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Columbia Democrat, 'fiair aunty jfms, j.orcto.oro a
1 Mrong Republican shod, and published by
ono of "Old Abos' pnjrinastcrs m tlio
Slier ill' Stoics.
SATURDAY MOHNIHO, AUGUST 29, 1863.
I'ton Curtin iu now stumping thoStato,
making boltl efforts lo contiuuo in power.
No uio, Andy, your doom is scaled.
G3LY Splendid portraits of Judgo Wood
ward, tlio Democratic
crnor, for sale by Col
cents each. Gall and buy
"J)Y virluo of sundry writs oT Venditioni -njoTHHis hereby given m nil irgntcsa, rroiiitor
J ;.Vroni. In tuo directed. Issued nut nr thn Cmul " J othor persons I lit rest , In tho r-sliiloa nf tlio
! anil V. COlllCa OUt this week and rrfilisr, In "r Common Pleas or Columbia county, will bo exposed rP JIV" docodoiiti ntwi iniunis, that Iho following
' m puunr -nn oil MUMMY, ni.ITliMllllR "Till IfRS, """"i"i"""" mm nunniinn nrcoums nave riem men
I hoist tlio tiaino of Sltoddv Ourlin ns lltn ".'"no o'clock p, m,, mihaOnurt llotiso in Uloomsburg, n the uluco ot tho Register t,r Columbia comity, nml
. "n'u "uuuujr vuriin as IUO iho following real estate tu will will bo presented lor conllriuntlniinml allowance tuthc
1 A ! .1 i f rl 1 II it . . . . . Mrnliriii f pt . tn l.n lift 1,1 ft I IIU ....1.... l .i. .
canuiuaio ior uovornor.
" Judge Woodward
is a citizen of unim
candidate for Gov Jail able Jlll'ISt, aild a
i&2. ipatriolie gentleman.'' 'tf
aii tnatoer ,nn ot or ground situatoiu tfStot.;
Ilrlnrcrcek township, Cnlumbln county, containing fivo next, at ii o clock In tlio afternoon cf said Jay I
acres, mora or less, bounded ns allows, to win On i , a........ nf avio.ir iinm... i u.
Iho west by Ilia main road, on thn north by a public i,!,Y,a,, I- to of ffis tnwnil In IrnM Ut ' f rc,Cr
road, on tlio vastund .null, ,y land. f I! mhen Miller, "o ACCUut o PileoTcT M Hm.A' ;,?, ' i- v. .
wlic-rcon tiro .reeled n g, frn.uu dwelling house. .! Adm'r" of Sanmel 8 Weaver to ,f i' .'l,)L?,Vfi;
stable, and a largo laiincry, all under roof ami enclosed, town.li "f I Ishlngcretk
wltlwunnlng water In Iho building, with tho nppurlo-, ,0K7lni Mint of Ooorgo A ilcam, adm'r. of no.
ou...... .ui-u.r. iuiu vi iimuiii umilSllip, ICC (1.
i. .iccouni in norauaui n. iiiininn. i;xr. lor Andrew
John fticla rather uneasy in regard
to tho many democratic meetings, that arc
held throughout tho county. yIIo donoun
eos them 'as copperhead gatherings. Poor
fellow, how wo pity him.
Peaches. This glorious and mot
luscimiB of our suminor fruits begiu to ap
pear quito plentifully, though complaint is
mado that they aro held at pretty stiff
prices. Wo presume thoro lias been no
failure this yoar in Jcrsoy or Delaware.
Ulcssings on thorn for their share in pro
ducing this goodly fruit.
JCS? Important readings will bo found
ou tlio first page of to-days' "Columbia
Democrat." Senator Duckalcw's letter to
tho Lycoming Democracy ; Letter from
tho Army of the Potoinao by Solrac, and
a letter from tho McOlellau Guards, by I Tho following payments have boon mado
Philadelphia Inquirer , June aotj.
AST "GOVEllNOK CUItTIN CAN
NO r SECURE THE SUPPORT Ob1
EITHER HIS OWN PARTiT OR HIS
OFL0E-II0LDEltS."-ifyceci of Alex,
under Cummin gs brfoic the llcjn blican
State Convention) Aitg,&, 1803.
Whoatf bus. 81
Kyo. . " "
00 Dried Peaches ii
7fl Lard lt
GO Tallow "
BO! II ay... " ton. 13
CO Chickens " pair
RECEIPTS FOR, JULY
O. D. Scott, E?q. They all domand at.
toution and will bo perused with interest
JC- The Atlantic Monthly, for Septem
ber, iias articles by lliggiuaon, Conway,
Pierce, Agassiz, Aldon, Mrs Hopkinson,
Senator Sumucr, aud others. It is hardly
worth while for us to characterize tho
tielcs more fullv, after mentioning
names of tho authors ; though some
them aro very pleasant reading.
to tho Columbia Demociut office, during
tho month of July :
J O Ajer k. Co.,
J 51 Try
Est of John Folk
EiTttllum. Gi:o. D. Scott, Esq., late
a member of tho "McClcllan Guards,''
publishes in to-day's Columbia Domocrat,
an interesting letter from "Camp Muhlcn
berg," in which, wo regret to say, there
aro a number of typographical errors. It
was printed during our absence from
home. The intelligent reader will readily
make tho needful corrections.
Spluulid Pati-hcs. Hjuam J. Ri:edkr,
Esq , of Catawissa towiibhip, has our sin
cere thanks for the presentation of a has
k t of early Yoik Poaches. They were
red-ripe and cfiuul in flavor to any wo
have ever eatou. Enquire RnEDEii, is a
thrifty Farmor aud a most uiccessful Hor
ticulturist, aud wo add with great pleasure,
41 sound Democrat.
list Peter VVMtonicht I 75
Col Jacob Kycr 1 00
John Lazarua ( CO
Daniel Mrllcury 'JUo
Uetof John Anilernon 8 ."ll
Dr. Thou llollowny,
af" Limit D howrnberg
.t. Juiiu Keller, J.s'.,
tUC Wllllnm l.awtnll.
p Hamuli lleuii y
OI 1 I'll;,,. Km,,,
John J Mcllcnry
J.'icub I,, Carey
J.nnu Mcllcnry, Kan., 1 HI
t! W Yniilo 1 !)
Mlrs 1! l'cterman
Joseph ,M. l'ntton
A J Albcrtsou
Abr'm Klino (Orange)
list I'etcr Applegata
Joscnh II Plmlon
Al r'ni Klliif (Mlllvllls) 3 00
Bainuel l'arks I on
Hut of II II Ilngcliind uno
llnvid 1'hillipH 3 75
a j i. vans. i;bi., m ou
HciSOlt takcl) In Ckcn'nllnn otnl tn l,n ar.,l ni llm n,nn.
crty of Henry Traugli.
tho satnotiuio and place, all that cor-
of irnunil. iltiinln In MidllnvllU. Mimin tmvn
hip. Columbia Countv. contnlnltnr alinnt two nrrr.
mora or lust, bounded nn fnllntv. tn tvlt! On thn tinrlh
by grounds of John Heller nnd Hnmucl Creany, mi tho
can by n slrcct, on the loiith by n lot of Charles Ilea,
am on tho wcl by lot of Charloa Wcrkhrljor, all of
which la uuJcr a good fenco and in a high atato ofcul.
Seized, taken In execution and to bu told aa tlio pro
perly of Wellington Fox
JOSIAH II. FUIIMA, Sheriff.
Illoomsliiifg, Aug. 22, I SCX j
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country as It was framed and established by tho Falli
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ity every public act that may tend to thn violation of
Iho letter ami spirit nflhat instrument of our liberties.
It prcfera and advocates tho
POLICY OF PEACE
Fricndsaud Relatives jlff- JfeW&
Hon D 1. Chapin 2 On, Culumbus Academy
fi&-Thankful, friends, for your support.
It is yours to sustain and ours to maintain
a FREE PRESS." Keop the ball in mo
tion and liberty will mirvive.
mm B.jfcZ&fcStfc?maiMWiireffTsTviniMgGMji i will isaawmni
Dildlnc. Into of Mount Pleasant lownsliln. ili-rM.
S. Account of Udivanlllartinan, guardian of Ucbocca
Low, lato Kebccctt fills, of Centro township.
0. Account of laalah llowcr, guarJIan of Scnlah
Siller, now Henlah Varner, of llrlarereck township.
7. First and flnal account of 8. II, Anderson, num'r.
of John Anderson, lato of Centra township, rlec'd.
8. Account of llllas Meudrulull, gunrdlaii of Thomas
C. Wester, of Mount 1'lons.iut township,
D. First nnd Onnl aecount of I'.llns Mnndcnhall,
guardian of John M Knorr, u minor cluld of Jacob
10. Account of Itlcbard Dcinott, adin'r. oi tlurah Ste
11. First and An.il necniiot of Jnlm Vost. r.vr. nr n,in. !
Ir.1 Mn.tl... in. r i'i.m i. ) ernei'. it urccs tlio n
io l'i,..,i r n.,i i, .',.:. ii-.. I iiiincioles ol llbcrlv. iuvloluto. ns of more sacred Im
nor. adn.'rs of Isaac Wagner, Into ,f Hemlock town- I'orlnncc than national grandeur or coiisolldnte.l power
1.1, Second and final account of l.owN Yctter. nr. of I !'"' !'" T'-'fUous of nutlonul impprt.inco It is tho
Daniel Klsller. lain of Cnttawlssn town. Iiln. .lerM. i tniuixtliluc lauipion oi tuo rigiiisoi ciuzeus, as guar
II. First mid final account of Louis Yeiler. l'.xr. of
Sebastian Honcr, Into of Locust township, dee'd,
15 Account of John llcndorshot, ndnrr. of John
Ik iilienignt, lato oi Mnuisnn townslilii, ileu'd.
16. ticcorxl account of I'etcr I.aubacu, llxr. of John
1 nubach, lato of llentnu lownslilp, dee'd.
17 Account of Joshua Hobblns. adm'r. of Peter Ap
plcgate, lato of Jackson township. dccV.
Illoomsburg, Aug, 8. 18C3. Ueglstcr.
tn a ruinous and exhausting system of War Insisting
upon the trulli ol trie principia embodied in tun He
(lnvrrniiicnt aro ilcriveil from the consent of tho env
crnci', it urges tlio preservation of tho fundamental
Tho armies of Mo&do and Lcc, aro in
t ho old pofition and thorn is no sign of
ohaiigti. Desertions aro taking plaoo by
hunilteds daily in both armies,
Tho Siege of Charleston Ib progressing
and Iho walls of Fort Sumter aro yielding
under tho trciuondous cannonading of out
forces. Tlio offuors and men aro con
lldcut of taking Charleston in u short
A despatch oamo stating that Sumter
has surrendered and that Gen, Giimora
WIimtr.AS, tho IIom. Wiluas Cwnt. President
Judgo of tho Court of Oyer nnd Terminer and (Jen
oral Jail Delivery. Court of (luartcr Hesslons of tho
i'enco ami Court of Common I'luus nnd Orphan's Court,
in thu 2l,tll Judicial District, composed of tho counties
of Columbia, Sullivan and Wyoming, aud tho lion. John
M'Ileynolds& Stephen ll.ildy.AssoclatuJuilgesof I'olum
bla couuty.liavc Issued their nrecent.bearliiii date tlio lllli
lay of May, in tho year of our Lord ono thousand eluht
All who havo friends nnd Itclattves In Iho Army or
Nivy rhiiuld tako osiecial carii that they bo amply sup
plied with Iheso Pills and Ointment ; nml where tho
hravo Hotdliira nu,l tiallors Inivo tiecloclod In nrovldo
clnrotlou of indepenco, Unit Iho Just powers of Iho themsolveswltli them, no bettor present tan bo sent I y as slicllinc ihu citV of Ctiarlestnn
tiiem ny meir i rieiius. iney n.i ocen protoa in on
tho t-oliller's never laliing rrleml In tlio Hour -l need,
COUOIISAND COI.D8 AFI'KOTINU TllOOPrf,
Will bo speodly relieved and cnortually cured by
using those ndmlrnblo medicines, and by p.iyiug proper
..l,a,.,ln,. ,.. fl In. lllri.Hni,a 1,1, I, itri, nltttl,..,! Ii. .. ,rl,
antecd under Iho Instruments by whirli Ihoy liavo di , 1 oi "r iiu.
cldcd to bo governed, It therefore boldly awows Its SICK HCADACIinrt AM) WANT or ArPLTlTL,
purpose to sustain tho Freedom of Speech nml of tho, INCIDI'.N I'AI, TO SOI.IHUI1S.
Press, with Hie view to protect Iho people from tho ) ,0,o feeling which so snildcn us usually nrK-from
encroaching dojinaa of tlieornts who contouiplato n trouble or nnnoynnces, t.listruite.l peispiralion, or eal
inodlllcntlon of thu dcmocrulli-. principles whleli tn tun aril drinking whntevr r Is unwholesome, thus dls
Ihisllniuli.ivo been sustained ngaliut eyerv cnort In titrlsliitr llm healtlirul acllon of tho lier and stoin.ii h
overthrow them. In all matters pertaining lo (loveru- . T., rgaus must ho relieved, If you de.lr,! tn bo well
ment Iho puiposo of tliia newspaper is In protect llsu J Tlial'ill. taken nccordiiiR t tlio prlutrcl iusrluctlous,
people from Inconsiderato anil ra.li legislatinu, nnd In I wm nUlcky prndiicu a healthy action iu both liver nml
holdour public servants to n strict accountability fori ,t0m,ich. and, ns u natural cojisi'iumcc, u clear head
their conduit while carrylngon the machinery nfpnncr am good nppetito.
WUAKNUsS OU DHIIILIVY INDUCIIO I1Y OVUIl
To this end Iho most careful attention will ho given tn
nil Federal and Legislative laws, nnd n 11 nil mid im
partial examination of every new poilticu1 proposition
may he expected as tho only means or protei ilnj thu
people from nn abridgement of their rights.
THE NEWS DEPARTMENT
Is siumlled by a corns of rcpottcrs nnd correspondents
Unit is noi siirpnsied by any other Journal, nml the
telegraphic Intelligcnco will bo full, complete nnd re
hundred and slxtv-thren and tn mo directed for linldiiiirn ' linble. and from every point to which the electric wires
Court of Oyer uml Terminer and General Jnll delivery, i extend,
Oenernl Quarter Sessions of the Peace. Common l'leus
and Orphan's Court, In Uloomtburg, in tho county f
Columbia, ou the first Monday, (being tlio 7th day) of
September next, and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, In thoCorontr, tho Justices of
tho Peace and Constables of Hie said county of Columbia
that they bo then nml thcro in their proper person! nt
10 o'clock iu tin forenoon of said day with their records,
iniuisitlong and other remembrance to do thosj things
which to their olllccs appertain to l,e done. And thoso
Hint nro bound by recognizance, to prosecute nguiust tho
prisoners that nro or may bo in the Jail of said county o(
Columbia to bo then and Ihero to prosecute theuinsshali
liejil.-t. Jurors nro rcjucstcit to be punctual in their at
tendance, agreeably tn (heir notices. Dated at Illooms
burg, tlioCtli day of August, in tho year or our Lord ono
thuusaudcicht hundred nnd mlv three, runt in tlso oiuh-
ty ciglitl) year of tho Independence of tint United Stales
oi America. j, it. i uujiit.,
Aug. 8. iei',3. Shcrill'.
Printer's Fee -52 OOcaci-(tdvancc.
DULnOATH ELi:CT10N, SATURDAY, AUU.JDTII.
To the Democratic yAutora cf Columbia Count ij :
Friknds iSD l'tuoiv-CiiiziNS, Oriitcful for your for
nnr partiality mid generous confidence, I would re
spectlolly uiinounce, that I will bu n candldato before
tho Deuiocr.-itic i ounty Convention, for tlie nomination
us a candldato for
to represent tho Thirteenth Sen torlal District of Penn
sylvania,, coinpoMid of the counties of Columbia, .lion
tour, Northumberland anil Snyder.
And respectfully solicit your sulfrage.
Bloom township, July I, IS03.
Pek Joiiu, tho abolition quack of
"Smut Machine," is writtiug uudor
Biguaturc of a "soldier," attempting
defend a black abolition preacher
Oningcvillc. That dodge won't go.
toldicrs almost to a man, as well f
PfiOTIIOKOTARY AND CLERK OF THE COURTS.
1 To the Vcmocrat.ii tf Columbia.
lUC. v-,. aru authorized to announce, that JESSI1 COLE
(Im A'A, of Orange township, will boa candldato for the
H'l' otDco of Prothouotary uml Clerk of the several Courts
' lit f ?nlnt!,hi:i (?t,i,lilv. ullMnrl In 11,., ,lrrikinn itl t f.,, II,
fw.'itii. t'.xoitv I ',,vlli,
i Uraugo twp., July, 4. IcKt,
THOMAS J. VANDEIiMLICI!, i:q., of llcmlo:k twp.
wo aro authorized to anuouocu will bo a candidate this
imlu lnvnl men nf nnr ponntrv abhor and (M u" CO'NTV COM.M ISSlONIlll, subject to Iho de
truly lOjai men OI our country, uuiioi iuu t cl,i,lof lll0 Columbia County Democratic Convention.
detest this "m-nro fever," which
t!od on the brain of the clergy.
has SCt-! Hemlock t p., July 4, lt'GX
Cor,. FitEEZE has for sale, at tho Re
corder's Office, Bloomburg, Fifty Copies
of 'Shoppards's Constitutional Test Book,'
recommended by thu best judges and law
yers of tho country, for tho use of the
public, Different editions como at from
75 ccnt3, to SI, 25.
Ho has been iuducjd to send for them
bec.iusc they havo bcou so frequently in
quired after. They aic the samo edition
ho uses in his speeches. Call and buy one.
REGISTER Si RECORDER.
T1PON consultation with many friends in
ilitrerent parts of tin; County, I am Induced to offer
myself to thu DcmocraticCouveiitinn. aud subject to it
-II1UII, 119 U tilllUlUttlU 1U1 II1U i,,lll.u Ul
lleniilcr ii- Recorder.
in and for Iho county of Columbia ; and I hereby solicit
the favorable consideration of th'i Democrary at tho
Primary Delegate Lleitions lt will bo my aim toper
form tnu duties ef tho olllcc promptly, efficiently and
JOHN C. FULiESU
Illoomsburg. July 11, 1803.
EUati of Elius Vtrtmun) of Greenwood.
rpllll creditors nnd nil other persons interested In tho
.1 estalu nf Ellas Wettin.m, late of Urocnwoo.l town
ship, Columbia county, will tako notice that John K.
(irou ami John Staley, thu nsiguces, havo tiled their
first nccount in tlio I'rnthouotary's Office In the said
county, nnd that thu said nccount will bo prcM-ntcd lo
the Court of Common Pleas of said county, for allow
nnee aud confirmation on Wednesday, tho ninth duy of
epieiiiner iicai, oi winin an panics iuierc-;ied will
ALSO: Tlio ncrnunt of Win. Piatt, committee of
peron nnu estate oi Joiin rialt, it Lunatic.
ai.su : J no uueoiint oi nenry llclvvig nnd John
Unrii!. committeu of tlio nerson nn.l ,,Ht:,i i,r .i,ti,n
Urahain, alunatlcol' Uoarlngcreek tuwnship, Columbia
J.tcou kyurly, Proth'y.
Illoomsburg, Aug. 8, leC'J 4w.
A D M I N I S T R AT O RSNO 1 1 0 E '.
Eitalc of Frunklin McJiridc, dee'd.
I711T.KS of administration on the Cstatoof FrnnMiu
JMclttidu, lato of Hemlock twp., Columbia co ilec'd.
nnve In cn granted liy tho Register of Columbia co., to
tlio uudersisned : nil persons liavini! claims aaninst the
estate of tlio decedent are rcpic'stcd to present them to
tho Admiui.-trntors at their residence in saidtonn-
siiip witlmiit delay, and all persons indebted to make
iiuiill u.mcuuidu, Adin'r.
August 8, lt-03. Ow 00.
Estate of 11. 11. Upland, decl.
ETTEHS of administration on the
i Estato of II. II. Iloei'Iand. Into of Locust two .
Columbia county, deceased, liavo b-en granted by the
llegi lcr of Columbia county to the undersigned ; all
persnus having claims a -inst tho estato of tho dece
dent aro ro'iuestod to present them to tho ndiniiiihtriitor
ill III i rrfliutiiicu in sain iuv nsilip, l,lllinii lll'liiy, anil
ail persons indebted to make payment forthwith.
P K. HEP.UIHN, Adm'r,
August 8, le'K)-Cw. S2 00".
LIST VI! CAUSES
l'Olt SHl'TEMIll'Il 'lEUJt, 1803.
1 Philip Wlntcrs-teen vs Valentino Wintcrkteeii.
2 Henry Wells vs George Kluley, Jr
3 Jacob Eyer vs Abraham Klase.
4 Abraham Klaso vs Jorob Uycr.
5 Dayid Leo et al vs Samuil I. Ilclllo
0 Daniel FSeybert vsJosei)i Censil.
7 Elijah MeMtirtric ct al vs Christian Wolf.
H John II. Drown ct a! vs Leonard II Rupert.
II Sauiuei llitlenbeuder vs Silas I) ledger.
10 JiiiiRs Harding vs Kilns ilccie.
11 Lnul'a (iowuu vs Elizabeth Ddlius.
12 Jacob Harris vs Peter JacVby.
13 Jacob Rood vsTilmaii Nngle.
14 Ceorgo Hughes el ul vs J Vl'riswell et al.
15 Daniel Ueinboldvs .Michael Hrover.
10 llussel P. Stoker vs Win Ikelcr.
17 W A Kline vs W llutTinaii el al.
IS Rebecca Vandersiiecvs (ieorgo Hudson,
hi N 1. Catlipbell vs Samuel Johnson
20 David J Waller vs Wm J llnncuhuili.
.21 franklin l.ongcnbcrger. Adm'r. vs Christian Wolf
22 D F Seybert vs neiiben Nicely.
23 II F Iteighnrd 4c lJro. vs Silas I) Edgar.
21 David J Carey vs Martz t EnL
23 W A Klino vs G W lloirman.
20 Joseph F Long vs Isaac 1) Ration.
27 Moos I. Adams vs I) F Seybert ct al.
20 Charles II lless et al Vs Stephen Wolf.
30 Joseph llarlmanvs Reuben I. ins.
31 John digger vs Richard II Menagh.
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exnmlno tho views which will bo found In this depart
ment of thn Journal.
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pure In Its moral influence, ennobling iu its rhar.utor.
and satisfactory to thai largo class in tlio community
iiu desiro tn seo the Public Press treat oil public ques'
lions with arguments expressed in courtesy und candor
though, nt tho same tunc, with tho spirit duo thu
Ry rcfemice totho terms ortlio New York Weekly
News it will bo noticed Hint it is by far tho cheapest
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prietor, No. 10 I ily Hall Square, N. Y.
;tcw i urn, August i a, icui. ii.
ADMINISTR ATOR'S N OTICE.
Estu'c of Peter Whittnight , deceased.
LETTER'S of Administration on the
Estato of Peter Whiteniaht, lato of Hemlock twp
Columbia co.. Pa., deceased, havo been granted by Hie
Register of Columbia co., to Arusy Wl-.itenight, Mary
Wltitciihiht, of lli-mlock township, Columbia county,
persons hau-jg claims against thu estate cf the dee'd.,
lire requested to present theni In thu Administrators at
their residence in said township, without delay, aud
nil persons indebted to make payment forthwith.
Hemlock twy., July 4, 1EG3-Cw.
Eftule oj Henry Smith, deceased.
Iv.Noitu, has located in
mediately under our office, and announces
bis card in tho ''Columbia Democrat."
Having returned, a second time, from tho
service of his country, Maj. K., offers his
services to tho public in tho capacity of
Counsellor at Law and Bounty Agency
claimi. Wo wish our vounsr. friend lots of
olicnts and great success in tho prosccu- COUNTY TREASURER.
...i...f.i,nwn,i. M,s. rw,,,,l,mn,1 r-n. M ENilY BITTEN RENDER. Esn., of
J I Fishingcreck twp., wo are authorized to umiouucs
i'i no u cauuiuaio tor
Ticusiircr of Columbia County,
nt tlio approaching; Eiec ion. subject to tho action of
To the Democracy of Colur.-ibia county .
PROFOUNDLY grateful to jou for
your repeated c idences of coutfdciire in my capa
city ! at the solicitation of many old friends, 1 am imlu
ced to offer myself tn tho Democratic Countv Conven
tion.auil subject tails action, us a candidate for tho
I'rothonotury aad Clerk of the Courts,
tn and for tho County of Columbia Should I bo
nominated, I pledge myself to execute tho duties of the
vllicu to thu best of my ability.
Illoomsburg, July II, P3ii3,
T)ANIEL McIIENRY,Es( , of Fishing-
creek township, wo are authoriroil to announce,
will bo a candidate for
Tnasura of Columbia County,
nt tho approaching Median, subject to tho usages of
tho Columbia County Democratic Convention,
, July Jl. 1:103.
T I'.T'l'ERS Testamentary
lj Smith, late of lPtntou township,
thu estate of Henry
deceased, havo been granted by Ihu Register of Wills,
i.'C totho undersigned nUo residing iusnld township,
all persons having claims against tho estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them to the executor i.l
his re-iideuee in said township, without delay, and all
persons ihdebted to lunkc pu, ment furthn ith.
Juno , 1603-Gw. $.!
Estate of Henry Wunich, die' 4.
IETTERS of administration on the cs
istato of llenrv Wnnieh, lato of lllooni lownshlp,
I'oluuibia cu'liity, deceased, have bcn granted by tho
Register of said county to thu tlio undersigned who ro
sides in tho -uiuo township i nil persons having claims
against tho estato of the decedent aru requested to pru
scut them to lliundiniuistrator nt his residence with
out delay, and all persons Indebted to mako payment
JACOB WAN1CI1. Adin'r.
r, , n,.,: i,,,, in .,, I llm Columbia County Democratic Convention,
jy Governor Lurtin is about to stump July Ui igc3
the State, taking Erio as the starting point.
On tho 13th of Octobor next, ho will find
himself landed at tho head waters of Salt
River, or there ia no truth in the predic
tions of somo of his partizans who wcro
delegates in tho lato Abolition Convention
at Pittsburgh, One delogato said "it was
doubtful about electing Curtin j" another
npWO good School Teachers inConynghaiu township,
I Columbia county Nono but those with good cer
tiorates need upply j to such good salaries ill bo paid
Schools In commence about tho first of September.
J. J. IIOAULAND, icctn.
Conynghnui trp Aug. 22, 1SU3-3W 61 00.
Juno 20, 1803-Cw. 2
Estite of Sarah Stevenson, dee'd.
TETTERS of adminisiralion on tho
j I'sinin at Sarah Stcrnion. lato of the Etalo fNcv
jersey, the properly lying in Columbia co., Pa., deceis-
1 n,l hnrn heeii eriuited bv the Ren ster of Columbia eo,
i,, liisiinrd llsmnii. of Mndlson township. Columbia
county, persons having claims against tho estate of
tlio ileceascu aro requesieu in pru-eiu iiieni iu iuoiiui-
miuislratnr at nis resiuenco in saiu mwutiiip, m mini
I delay, and all persuns Indebted lo mnko payment forth
I '' lUCHARD nEMOTl'iAdm
Juno 20, ie03-Gv 2 00.
Iiiforin;i!ioii is Wanted,
OF tho wherenbouts of a little boy, named Jmss
AIlOraih, aged about 14 years, fair hair, sparu lis-
l ollnl..!.. r....l lil 1 1, ,l,i, lr S.li.l ..JV . ,1,11.
sn!d. "tho oulv War to StlCCecd was With a posed to be engaged on tho Canal, as a llo.it Driver,
' ' . . a ,tt .- probably belweeii Piltst
new man." Cummitigs saiu, "iurun
could not secure the suppoit of either hit
own party or his office hollers," What is
to becomo of him but to go up Salt River?
EST Tho Stato Agricultural Fair will
take placo nt Norristowu, Montogomcry
county, on the 29th and 30lh days of Sep
tember, and tho 1st aud 2d days of Octo
ber, 1803. Tho most liberal arrange
ments have been mado with Railroad Com
panies, and somo of tho most important
roads have agreed to carry freight free.
Excursion tickets will bo issued at reduced
rates. The premium list is very heavy,
and tho locality accessiblo by tho Norris
: town aud Philadelphia llailroad, and also
bv tho Boading Railroad, l'or premium
lift aud particular, address to A. B.
Longaker, Seciotary, Norristowu, Pa,
i'illstoii and Danville, or perhaps nn
tho West lliuneh Canal. A liberal reward will bo paid
to nay person w ho will give information of Ills present
whereabouts, lo his Mother, Iho undersigned, at Uspy
town, Columbia county, or totho Editor of this Journal, ,
nt Rluuiusburg. . i
Etpytown, AHg. 22, 1FC3.-3W
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ,
Estate of Uenncville K. Folk, dee'd,
n p'l'TERS at administration on tho Estate of Henna
;Lvillo K. FolK.latc of llomlock twp Columbia co.,irc'if.,
liavcbeeu granted by llm Register of Columbia to., to tho
undersigned ; all persons having claims ngniiist thu es
tato of thu decedent are requested to present llicmlo
tlio undersigned, nt I Is residence In said township,
without delay, nud all persons indebted to make pay
JACOU HAItlUS, .Wia'r. ,
Aug. 21, UC3-CW S.'-
Estate of Alexander AJ cars, deceased,
rETTl'.USof iluiinistrnlion nntlio IMatrsof Alexan
j iter Mcars, Into of Locust township, Columbia coun
tv, deceased, havo been grunted by iho Register of Co
lumbia county, to tho iimleisigued, residing In Locust
township Columbia county, all persons having claims
against tho llslulu of Iho decedent are rcquostod to pre
sent Hi mi lo the Administrators, without delay, and all
persons indebted lo inaku payment forthwith.
PI'.TKR K- III.III1I.IN,
JOHN YEAUER, Jr.,
Auj, '.1, U&3.-6.V $3 00' tiut'iJ
THTTURS Testamentary on tho estate of Solomon
.iEckroth lato of Ik-aver township, Columbia cnituiy,
deceased, havo been granted by :ho Register of Wills
ic., to tho uudorsigued also residing in said Reaver
township; nil persons having clnims nguiust Ihu es
tate nf the deeendeiit nro requested to present them to
tho Executor ut his residence in said township, with
out delay, und all persons indebted to mako payment
r"r,"lvU"- pi;ti;r eckroth.
Juno 13, lc'C3-Cts, Executor.
Fou Sei'temheu Term, 18G3,
lllooni Charles O. Rarklcy.
Ilenton Stott U. Colley.
I.erwlck llnrough Michael l'nintz. Oen. A, Renin.-
Ilriar Creek Ceorgo M. liower, Epliruim Evans.
Centre David K.Sloan, Ihilip Miller.
Catawi'sn Josepn llriisih, Nathan III luig.
Con) ngliam John R. Klino, Jr.
Franklin Reuben Kniltle.
Greenwood-Samuel 11 Albertson.
Hemlock William Ejcrly.
Locust John. Meiisch, William Ilulwig.
Montour Umaniiel Lazarus.
Madison Jacob (iitto.i.
Mnins Wnshlnston 1'iihrr. William Miller.
Orange James Ii, llarniau.
Pine Hiram slitiltz.
Sugarloaf Alexander lless.
' TRAVERSE JURORS.
For Sei'tljiiseii 'J'erm, 1803.
nioom Hiram C liower.
Ilenton Da id Yoriim. Samuel lless. Jolin C Doty
Ilrinr Creek Joseph 1. anion. Adam Suit.
Heater Peter Eckront, Joel Hrcrihrnder.
Ilirwick Rorouh lsaiali Itower.Sfth II llowmau.
I'atawiasa .llayberry Hughes, Abol'ihonias.
Franklin Isaac Hcmtershnt.
Fisliiug Creek William Whitenight.
Creenwood William U, Patterson, Samuel Kisncr,
Robert Jlobbitia, Culeb Jloore. John lllack.
Hemlock Dr. Josepli It Evans, Jackson Lcidy, Wm,
Jackson Daniel Poust,
Locust Solomon Yengor, Win Erwine, Ellas Hclwi
John Ycager, Hcnrv Oablo.
Maine Samuel Fisher.
Madison John Fruit, Sr.. John fctcllcr, Ilcthuol
Mitilin John II Ilettler, Isaac Snyder, Sam'l l.uir.
Orange-Alex. Hughes, David Aihonbjch, Daniel
Pine Israel Heath.
Roaring Creek Jefferson Wintcrstcen, Adam Uabl.i
Scott Daniel Snyder, Henry W. Creasy, refer Ent,
Sugarloaf Samuel Kitchen.
Will soon disappear by tho iiseofthcsa Invaluable
Pills, nnd tho Soldier will quickly acquire additional
strength. Never let tlio Rowels bo cither confined or
unduly ncled upon. It may seem slraugo, that llol
lowav's Pills should bo recommended fur Dysentery
nnd ('lux. many persons supposing Unit they would
Increase tho relaxation. This is n great mistake. for
these Pills will correct thu liver aud stemnch, nnd thus
remove nil tho ncrld Humors rrom tho system, This
medicine will civo tone and vigor to the wliulu organic
system, however deranged, whllu healtli ami strength
loiiow us a mailer oi course. Aoiuiug win stop me re
laxation ul' ihu Howes so suru as this famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS, ATTENTION I INDISCRETIONS OF
Soros and Ulcers, Welches and Swellings, can with
certainty be radically cured, if the Pills aro taken night
and morning, and Diytment be freely used ns stated in
the printed instruction". If treated in any other man
ner, they dry up Itl cue part Inbreak out iu another
It herens this Ointment will remove tlio humors from
tho sy-tem.nud leave the Patient a vigorous and healthy
man. It will require n littlu perseverance iu bad ca
ses to insure n lasting cure.
FOR WOUNDS F.ITIIIilt OCCASION:!) RY THU
UAYONCT. SAItltn, OR TUB UULI.ET, fcOSHi
To which every Soldier and Sailor nro liable, there
nro no medincs so safe, sure, and convenient, ns llol
iowny's Pills and Ointment, 'i lie wounded nml almost
ilyiui! sufferer might have ills wounds dressed imme
diately. If ha would only provide himself with, this
matchless Ointment, winch should be thrust into the
wound aud smenred all tound it. then covered witli a
nl cu of linen from his kli.ttisark and comuressed with
u handkerchief, Talking, night nml motnlnir. Dor a
Pills-m cool the system und Prevent inflamalion.
Every Soldier's Knapsack and Seaman's Chest should
tie provided Willi tnesu vniuauie iiemcuiea.
SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY.
Summer Time Table.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to nnd from tho North and
West llraneh of tho Susquehanna, Eluiira, aud all of
Northern New York,
ON and nftcr Monday, April SOlh I?G3'th" Passenger
Trains nf the North Central Rnilwav will arrive at
ami depart from Sunbury, Hnrrisburg, and lialtimoro
as follow s, viz :
Mail Train leaves Sunbury daily (except
M leaves Ilarrisburg,
" arrives ut Haltimorc,
Express Truin leaves Sunbury daily (except
' loaves Ilarrisburg (except
" arrives at llaltiuioro daily (ox
Ilarrisburg Accommodation leaves Ilarrisburg.
OAUTION! None nro genuine unless the words
"llolloways, New York nnd London " are discernablo
as a Water-mark tn every leaf of thu book of directions
around each pot or box ; the same may plainly seen by
hulilinz tlie loaf to tlio licht. A handsome reward will
ho given tn uiiyoun rendering such Information os may
lean in me ueieciiou oi any oariy or parties counter
feiting the medicines or vcuuiug Hie same, knowing
them to hi spurious.
'Soldnt manufactory ot Professor llollowny, to
Miadeii Lane. New York, and by all respectable Drug
islsnnd Dealers In .Medicine, throughout tlio civilised
wu.-ld, in boxes at2o cents, nud SI each.
ttj-'l hero Is considciablc saving by taken the larger
N. II. Directions for the gul, lance of patients In every
disorder are affixed to eaeli box.
June 20, 1P03, y.
OPTICIAN, FBOM PHILADELPHIA
1 fspectfuli y informs the good citizens of
.K)llloomsburgHiid tiilnlty that ha has opened a
Room at the Exeh.mgo Hotel, whrro he offers for silo
Of every variety, size and quality. A new invention
of Spectacles, fir distant nr rinse rending, with gold
snvci, sleel, nun lorililse-slieil rrninea and h new and
improved nssoituieut nt perlfninl and parabola ground
lllnt (llasses of his own manufacture, lie would par.
liculnrlr call Iho nttentiuu of Ihu public In his tpeclsc.
Ics for Neur Sighted Persons, and Tor perrons who havo
li'en operated upon for the tatnrael of the eye, and to
Ills now kind nl (llasvs and CouscrvoH of the sight,
made of the flint and tizuie (llasses. (,'ood Classes may
be krnwii by their shape, exalt centre, shirp nnd high
ly poli-hed surface, The qualities are to bo found la u
high degroa iu his (ilnss-is.
Very beet nrnzllllan rebblo and Rock Crystal, so un
iversally proved to bo far supener to any other disss.
ALSO, Microscopes. Snv and Qulzr.lnn Classes of
cuery slve nnd quality, Telescopes, Magnifying and
Opera (llasses, with different powers, together with
every variety ol articles Hi Hie Optical Hue
Cy optical and oilier Instruments nnd (Dlatses care
fully repaired ut short notice. He can nlways select
masses in sun tuo vision ol the person, as he sees
litem, upon tin- first trial. Ho will remain in this nlacu
during Seplcmbcr Court, and tkoo In want of the above
nrtieies will pieaso givelilui a call. The very best eye
water anil tin- best Hunting Classes always for sale.
Augtxt 13. I;0;i.
New Clothing Store.
LATEST SYLES 0AEAP GOODS
TIIH undersigned respectfully Informs Ins friends
and tho public generally, that lie. has Just tecciveiU
from the Uaslern cities, a largo assortment of
10.10 n. in.
1.15 p in.
2 00 a. l.i.
N O K T II W Ml D,
M nil Train leaves Baltimore daily fexccnl
Sunday.) 0.15 a. in.
" leaves Ilarrisburg 1.13 p. in.
arrives at Sunbury. 4.05 "
Hxpress Tinins lialtimoro daily, 2.13 "
41 arrives at Ilarrisburg, 1.3.", a. in.
' loaves llarrisburg(except Monday) 3.00 "
" arrives at Sunbury, 5,'ld '
For further information upplv nt the Office.
'I. N. UollARRY.Surt.
Ilarrisburg, Aug. 8, 1S03.
OF ALEM MARR.
In tho Orphan's Court of said county, inter alia, it is
thus contained '
Writ of Partition mid valuation of tho Real Crtate of
Alcm Marr, deceased,
And now, May 7th, 16i:l, return of Inquest continued
absolutely, and on motion of John (!. Freeze, theCourt
grant a rule on Chester C. Marr, William .Marr, Chas.
Marr. Nelson Marr, Hiram S, .Marr, Rachel Uverharl,
lato Rachel Marr. and 11, irriei Van Liew. lato Harriet
.Marr. children ofAlem Marr. lato of Scott township
in Coiumbia county, deceased, to upptar at an Orphans'
Court, to ho held ut Illoomsburg, In aud fur tho county
of Columbia, on Ihu first Monday to wit: Tlio th day
of September next, and arctpt or refuse thu several
purparts of the said estate at the valuation placed upon
CHITON'S CHEAP HAT STORE
AsBolhe r Aiiv.il ofi' oorts.
JVow is Your Time to Buy.
I NOW SELL CHCAPEU THAN HVElt,
Till; uiiderslsucd haviiiL' buueht out the firoccry o
J Hnvid Strouu, has removed his Hat and Cap Store
up io eiroup s out stand, wuero in uuuuiuii io a supe
rior assortment of
SftlllW AKD SUMMER
2 Hats and Caps, lf
Comprising every sort, siiu and quality, which will be
sum at unusually low prices, lit- win continue tiio Cm
eery and Notion business as carried oil by Mr. Slronp
Also-A fine lot of KIDS, MOHOi.L'OSnud I.ini.os tu
which he invites thu ut ention of Shoemakers and the
JOHN i; CHITON,
Illoomsburg, Mny 30, 1803
THE FMILY SOAP MAKER.
THE public ire cautioned ii"ainsl the snurioua artic
les oflvc for making soap, &c now offered for sale.
Tho only genuine and patented lyois Unit made by tlie
rcnii5)ivnnia sail inauuiaciuilug company, tneir trade
mark for il being "Saponiner or concentrated lye."
Tho great success of tills article has led unprincipaled
parties tn endeavor to imitate it, in violation of Hie
aii maniiiaciitrcrs, nuiersor sellers oi tnc spurious
lyes, are Hereby noiineil mat tnu company Have em
ployed as their Attorneys,
George Harding. Esq., of I'hila'., and
William Bakcwcll, Esq , of Pittsburg.
And that nil manufacturers, users or sellers nf lye,
in violation nf me riiihts of the Computi) , will bo pros
ecu ted at once.
or concentrated lye, is for sale by
ccrs nud Country Stores.
Fresh from the seat of fashion, of oil sorts, lo s
qualities, which will bo suld cheap for cash or
11 ATS 4i CAPS HOOTS i. SIIOT.S.
roecthcr with n variety of notions and thinrra too
troublesoue to enumerate, to which ho Invites the at
tention ol purchasers Call and examine.
A J LVAB3.
Rloom.hiirg, May 2, 1S63.
all Draggists, Cro-
TAKh NOTICE !
Tho United Slates Circuit Court, Western district of
Pennsylvania, No, 1 of Mav term, iu ICI,2. in suit of
the Pennsylvania snlt manufacturing company, vs.
Thus. O, Chase decreed to tho Co,i pany on November
15, 1H,2, the Exilusivo right granted by a patent ow ml
by them fur thu Snponiller. Patent dated October 21,
ldSb. Perpetual injunction awarded.
127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt St. and Dtiqucnsc Way, Pittsburg.
Aug. 15, lSC:t, 3ni.
Jloio Lost! Iloio lh stored! !
Just published iu a tealcd Envelope : Price (1 ila.yj
A Ledum on the Nature, Treatment, nnd Radical
Cur? nf Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weakness,
Srxuel Debility, Nervousness, an I Involuntary I. mis
sinus, inducing Impotcncy, Consumption, and .Mental
Physical Debility, by Robert J. Culverwell, M. 1).
Tlio impjrtanl fact that tho awful consequences of
fiflf.!,lm.a mv ll,. etl'.-ti.-ill v r.,,,iriis,..l wtllinnt nitiipiinl
tho said purparts by the iiiquost or show cause why thu I medicines or the dangerous application of caustics, in
same should not bo sold mireeably to tho act ol As- I struiu-intj. medical houules. and oilier empirical devi
SPECIAL NOTI 'E.
ALL persons indebted to thn late firm ef Miller $
J-.Vr, .Merchants in Illoomsburg. uru hereby noti
fied, that thu Rooks, Notes und Ai counts r.f said firm
nro iu tho Store for collection, nud mutt bo settled bv
thu first of October, without respect tn those concerned,
Mil. Llllt Si HYER.
Illoomsburg, August 15, lr?G3
A Journeyman Blacksmith
IS wanted immediately, by tho tindersignad, ut his
Shop in Ruck Horn, Hemlock township, a good Jour
neyman lllacksinllh, tn whom constant employment
nu t liberal wages will bo given.
AMOS 11. HAUTMAN.
Ruck Horn, Aug, 8, 1803-3wSI 00.
IFoi Sale Uiicnl A first rate Book
Case nud Secretary coinldn i d-apply to J. C. I'KUUZU.
Illoomsburg, August 13, lb03.
scmblv iu such cases mado and provided. Personal
notice ,'f the. rule to bo served upon ull the parties re
siding iu thu county, and six weeks publication of tlio
ruls prior to the return day thereof, to bo published iu
Olio of the newspapers published iu Hloumsbiirg, ill said
county ; a paper containing tlie publication to bo sent
to each of the parties out of tlio county, each week du
ring the publication of the same where thu residence
Ily tlio Court.
Certified from the Records, Mny 10. 1C3.
JACOB I'.VIlilLY, Cl'k of O. O.
Per Miiiub-L F P.vculy, Ass't.
The parties abovu named wilt take neticuof the above
rulo. J. II. FUR.MAN. ihtriff.
Sheriff's Office, Uloomsburg, I
July 11, ltia.-M. j
cos. Is horu clearly demonstrate, 1, and tho entirely mu
ni),! highly successful treatment as adopted by tho cel.
i liratt-d author, fully explained, by menus cf whirli
every ono is enabled to euro himself perfectly, and at
thu least possible cost, thereby avoiding all thu adver
tised nostrums of the-day, This letturu will prove a
boon to tliojsands und thousands,
CHAS. .1. I!. KLIN 1-1, & Co;
137 nroadway, New York, Post Office box, 45?0.
Aug, 15. IfcKI. (Nov. I, ISfiJ )
CI A. Ml, into Hie euclnsuro ot tlio subscriber, soniu .
' three months rincv, in .Mi til in township, Columbia 1
Large Male Hog,
jijTJC supposed l weigh about 150 lbs., and is in
good condition. The owner is requested to
prove property, pay i barges nnd tako him away or ho
will bo sol. 1 according to law.
THOS. U. BWEPPENillSEIl
Aug. 8, Is03.-3S1.00
MISS ELEONOI1A J. LESOHER,
WILL open a Select School in tho Rasemcnt of Iho
Reformed Church, in Uloomsburg, on Monday,
thu Tenth of August, Ic03. Tliu School will bo divided
into llireo classes, vu :
I'lltMAHY Including children Just commencing, price
per Uuarter of 11 weeks, $2 00.
ATJ.7I.W.7)m;-Inc!udlng Rending, Writing, Spell
ing, and tlioso commencing (ieography, Crnminar,
and Written and Mental Arithmetic, price per
Uuurter, S3 00,
ffi'KK Including Reading, Writing, Spelling, Oram
mar, (ieography, History of the United States, und
Written mid .eutal Arithmetic, $1 00.
Lessons in the Ornamental branches, viz: Italian
and (ircciau Oil Painting, Drawing, Needlc-work, etc..
E S3IVTEST K'Sr.
II. C. HOWE lt,
RFSPnCTl'ULLY offers his profess
ional services totho ladies and gentle
men of I'doonisburg nud vicinity. Ho is
lirenared In attend tn all thn various
operations in the line of his profession, and is provided
withtho latest improved POUCIX.1IA TEKTJt; which
will bo inserted on gold, plutinn, silver and rubber base
tolookwell us the natural teeth
.Mineral platound block teeth manufactured nnd nil
operations on teeth, carefully nud properly attended in.
Residence and office a few doors ubovo the Court
House, same sido.
Uloomsburg, June 0. lfc(!3,
jgs. UMBRELLAS, SUN UMBREL
LAS and PARASOLS,
Nos. 2 k 4 N. 4th St., PHILA'D.
March 7, 1603 3m.
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Usurpation, Despotism und Crimes nf this
And to defend tho doctrines of Slates Rights, and o
Constitutional Liberty, as held by our Revolutionary
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ruiia. .viaii, rnss icupcri iu ur am.
Arriv ing at Pliila, at 7 pin.
l'hliii Express Pass Rupert 12,50 am.
Arriviugnt Phlhi at 1,51 pm,
and at New York at 5.45 , pm.
Niagara Uxpress. Puss Rupert 10.55 put
nrriving at Wllliamsport at 1.15 am.
Hlmira .Mail pass Unpen 3,35 pin,
arriving at Williainrporl at 5,53 pin.
(Signed) 11. STANLEY UOODWlr.,
J. 1-. S.Vtn. L N. MOVtK.
New Drug Store,
WHOESALE Ss RETAIL.
THE undersigned would inform their friends and tho
public gcnernlly.thal they havo taken tho stand for
merly occupied by Geo. M. Hageubuch, iu the Exchange
Untitling, on Maui street, in Uloomsburg. where lie has
just received a full supply of
Drug!!!, Medicines, E'aiuls, Oils,
Which will bo sold on moderate tonus for ready pay.
Also, NOTIONS generally, of every variety, sortund
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, at
ull limes and on short notice.
ET" Confeetioiieiy of the best selections, and Sods
Water Iu season.
L.7 A share of the public- custom is respectfully so
licited. EYER. Sc. MOYER.
Uloomsburg. April 11L180X
i& q lbj ;e; a :s? !S Jk y ft 9
Printer, HooKbiniler & Bankbook
MANU FA O TU RER;
Wholes he and Ru rtL Dexleu in
PRINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PATERH
AI1KNT SOU tUH CATXWISSX l'SI-EK M1LCS.
Main Street, first doorbclow tho Public Spuarc,
Nov. 23, JEC1 lSiu.
PETER YOllE & SON,
HAVi: recently opened u HOOT AND SI10U SHOf,
In LIGHT STRl'.UT. Columbia county, P.i., and nif
prepar.-.l to do tho best work cm tho shortest notice nl i'
at tlie lowest prit-cs. Give llieui a call.
April 11. IrO'J.
r'nlllllllllt nialfl .'lllli It'cmaln Ap.nilPHIV. 1 ut extra charzus,
' Pi'pdnns wishlni tn have Hair-Work done, slirh as
II. S. IHNGHAM. A. M.. rnnciiinl.
MRS. S. E. IHNGHAM, Preceptress.
rjMIU next Term nf this Institution will ceminrHce nn
JL tho Thlr I Monday of August Inst. Students will
find it uu ii'1'- o' ago tu bo preixul at Iho commencement
ol' tho Term
Tuition, I -i ?lto 511 per term,
K7 Uoar - uoiu 81 50 to $i uo per vveok, Good
rooms for II so wishing to board themselves,
l'orfurth r particulars inquire, of the Priucipa', or
1) L.CIIAPIN, Treasurer,
or JOIIN KOONS, Secretary.
New Colu nbus, Aug 8. d03. Sin
LEATHER 1 LEATHER I !
THE undersigned would announce, that ho has on hand
atiiisllalaudCap Emporium, ou Main St., Illooms
burg, an assortment of different kind of leather, such as
lliiu calf skins, morocco, (red nudblncKjnud linings, nil
rf which he will sell cheaper than can be had elsewhere
in tins market. Call und eicmliii) them for yourselves.
UloonisburSiMay 21, 18b:.
DISSOLUTION OF 1,AI.TNII.S1IH
TIIH co partnership herituforu existing between tho
undersigned, trading and Merchandizing in .Main
ville, Coiui, on county, under tuo linn of lii ljliard &
Nuss, was isaolved on tho 15th of Juno, li-ii.t, by niii
tual consei t. The Hooks, Notes. Accounts, &c.,of the
lata ll rui, u - now in tho hands of .Mr. Rclghard, in thu
Store, fori niicdiatu settlement. All persons interes
ted will pi -to cull and setllo.
GEO. P. ItUIIIII -tltl),
Mamvlll Au?. 8, Ie83-f)jv t: no.
Hob and Guard Chains, Rings, or Ear-Drops, can bu
llluonisburs. Pa.. Aug. 8, 18C3-2m
BRICK FOR SALE I
aMinuddersigncd has on hand a lot of well llurned
. Hrick of greut variety for sale. All persons who
wish cod brick should apply ut once.
U TERMS CASH.
ROllEKT I). ARTHUR.
Illoomsburg, July, 25. 18C3-3t.
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
A largo assortment of choice Cigars, Tobacrn, Pipes'
Fruits, Confectionery und Notions L'onerally.togeth
er witli a full stock oniATSand CAPS, constantly ou
hand nud fur sale cheap, at the 'Uloomsburg Hat &Cap
JOHN K. CJUTOiV,
Uoomsburg. March IE, ItCl.
STILZ et HARTLEY,
Consolidation Hank Hullding,
320 North Third Street between
PHIL A DP. L
600,000 quires Blank (eels
Juno 20, 1803-ly,
'II I A.
HOW TO AVOID THE DRAFT.
f rJlU undersigned wants a few more good Agents I
L canvass Columbia, Luzerne and Montour coumie
1 canvass Columliia. Luzerne and .Mainour counties.
for tlie Susquehanna Nurseries located al Sclinggrove,
Snydercouniy.ru. .vuo tor tins purpose no wilt ac
cept of a few volunteer Agents to "fill tho quota," All
necessary Information, books, papers fcc , can bo had
by uddrcssing J. F. FUANIv,
(Lato White Swan,)
RACE STREET, ABOVU THIRD
D. 0. SIEGRIST7 PnorniETOn.
Formerly f I om Eagle Hotel Lebanon, Pa
T, V. RIIOADS, Clkkk,
Maroll 20, 18G3-12U1,
BLANK DEEDS et AIUUAGE CER
A superior lot of tho abovo articles,
Seiniscrnve. Pu. vritli nil other kind of Blanks, for sain nt
WXmW 8t".M."ia,"1' ' tho ofiico of tho Columbia Democrat
3 snnfJi-iiss Sir, l Pin.
850,000 Enccloptd, Slates, Ink, Curtain &. Wrapping
paper. Pass hooks, l.ead-1'eiicils. uoui-rens, very nne.
School books visiting Cards, &.C.. a large portion nf
which is stock purchased before the rise in prices and
nuw selling low ron cash.
Wm. G. PERRY.
S. II'. cor. ith, .y Ilace Philadelphia.
March 7. 1F03-3 inns,
STOVE AND TIN-WAKE SHOP.
, rpHE undersigned would inform thn citizens o
ftsJl I Uloomsburg aud vicinity, that lie has just ra
JEG eivnd nnd otrersforsnluonoofthomostexti-nsivei
us.nrtiuents of COOKING and FANCY Si'OVHS
vcr introduced into this market. The Christopher Ct
umbos, James Kohl, and Globe are a iiumg Iho first clas
cooking Hovcs.all of which aru air-tight and gas burner.
His Parlor stoves are handsome und the assortment vs
ricd. ALSO-Pnrticular attention is paid tn Tin-Wan.
nud House Spouting, upon short nutire. All kinds ut
repairing will b3 ifono with neatness und despatch.
Country produce taken in exchariofor woHj.
P.loomsbtirg. Mny 10, IS02
P II I L A D E L P II I A.
HOWF.LI, & IIOURKH.
Corner Fourlli and Market Streets. I'liilndelphia, Lava,
now- iu stock, n fine variety of
WAL I. FA FEB S,
Got up oxpeasly for tluir Spring Trade.
WINDOW PAl'LU OF EVERY GRADU.
0 which Ihey invito the nltenliun of Storekeepers.
C7- In their rctnllepartuieut, will bo found tha
choicest styles of the don.
Murch 7 ld03 3 mus.scas
1 F. 0. HARRISON, M. D. '
WOULD respectfully Inform tho citizens of Woo.
burg, and vicinity, llmtliu contiiius-stle practice
JilKDICim: JIXU SVHUKHY,
nd solicits a shara of public patronage.
OrncK on Main Street, first Uuusq bt(ow the Coutt
February 3, U53 tf,
k. 3a X. X T: "3fT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offlco in Court Ally, formerly occupied by Ohulsi U
Dlooiurbutg, Use, 4, lt5v.
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