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SATURDAY MOIWINQ, OCTOIJEIl 42, 10S3.
TIIE PRINTER'S WANT.
We woDt Cider. Oorn, PuraplunB,Gram,
Beef. Pork, Poultry and Monoy.
Alto, a, few loads of Pino Wood.
Bead our now Advertisements.
OnwaiThoStar of the Northhy
Mr. -Jacoby, has entered upon its eixth
Rev. Geo. W. Scott, of iDanville, will
preach in the Baptist church of this placo,
to-morrow, at 10 o'clock, a. tu., and 71
in iho ovoning.
The Agricultural Show of Columbia
koutity, held in Bloomslurg. last week,
was well attended. The receipts amount ,
"to over 8800 00. Tho List o! Pro.ni urns ,
awarded will appoar in next Democrat
Wc aro requested to announoe, that an
examination of Tcachors by tho Couuty
Superintendent of Columbia county, 'will
bo held in Light Street, for Scott township,
'on 'Monday, November 2nd 1803.
Tub Ladies connected with the Luth
eran Church, of Bloomsburg, received over
8300 00 at their refreshment tables, on
the Fair ground, during tho thrco days o(
tho exhibition, last week. The money is
to bo appropriate to puroheting a bell (or
A Teachers' Iiiktituto will bo held in
Orangovillo, commencing on next Mon
day, tho 2Gth to continue three days.
Several distinguished persons from abroad
are expected to be p-escnt and participate
in the exercises. Teachers, and others
from a distance, arc invited to at tout!.
On Sunday a week tho rebels attacked
the Democrats at Rappahannock station,
Virginia, and drove Gen. Meade, and hit
ormy of Democrats to tho Potomac bank,
inflicting heavy loss on both tides tho
republicans and abolitionists being
to Pennsylvania and Ohio to vote.
J. B. Patton, A. iM., Principal of the
Millvillo Seminary, will deliver a lecture
before the Light Street, School, on Satur
day evening, Oct 31st. The friendd of
education will profit by attending. Lee
ture to bo held in Presbyterian Church.
The conscription, as a means of rais
ing an army, has been a dead failure.
Out of over six hundred drafted in Colum
bia county, not'ltccvc men were mustered
into tho service. In other counties 'through
out tho State, it has worked about the
TnERK is many a truo heart in
North and South, that yearns for the re
establishment of the old government of
Washington and Jefferson. But the aboli
tionists of tho one section and the seces
sionists of the other, are continually tell
ing them that this they shall not havo.
Vallandioham Defeated. It it re
ported that tho contest in Ohio has resul
- ted in tho election of Brotigh by from 40,
000 to 70,000. From the returns it is
probable that Vallnndighntn is defeated in
the State by '10,000. What tho soldier
vote will be, depends altogether upon the
wishes of tho Abolition Administration.
Godey's Ladv's Book for November,
is already out, and contains, besides its
usual quantity of choice reading, fourteen
fancy dressed for Winter parties. Wo
cannot see how any Icily can do without
this monthly. Wo continue to send the
Lady's Book, in connection with tho Col
umbia Domocrat for $'.1,75 per year in
LoyaIjT v, in our country, is obedience
to tho oxprcs-cd will of tbo people, as it
is embodied in our wiitton form of Gov
ernment. Ho who is truo to tho Consti
tution is a loyal man.
Acquiescence in tho acts of nn adminis
tration, is not leyalty. Ho who counten
ances an officer of Government in viola
tions of the Constitution, is a disloyal man,
Now, that election is over, wo shall
have mora timo to devote to local matters,
and making the Democrat more acccpta-l
hie in tho family. Wo presumo the ladies '
will be pleased with this arrangement, and
wo promise them that tvb shall labor faith -;
, ,, , , , .1
fully to mako amends for OUT ECeilling .
, . e
neglect Ol that department Ot our paper
1 .1. tl,n ,li,.lo,l
U nUll.ll Ml JT H1U 1I1U1U Urtl livuiu,,
The election is over tho anxiety of
tho peoplo in a great nieaeuro has been
appeased, and although wo havo not re
turns sufficient to givo tho official majori
lis, yet enough has been received to know
that the Democratio ticket has been de
feated in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Cur
tin has been rc-clcotcd Governor of Pcnn-
ylvania for threo years from January
next. However much wo may regret tho
result, wo, as good loyal citizens, submit
to tbo majority withoul any threats of
raxvns a rebellion, hoping that tho party
in power will conduct tho affairs of this
New Goods. S. II, iUti,r,Ert. has
jutt received a Inrgo and beautiful assort
ment of Fall ami Winter Good. Thoso
in want of choice goods should givo iho
Ex-Sheriff a call.
RECEIPTS FOIl SEPTEMBER
Tho followinc payments havo been tnadn
. t I l'."Jlm-"lB imvb liiu mioo
In tUO LOltimOlU Demount office, during
t. . .l. e ci . . . -
uio uiouui ni ocpicmocr : -
John Hillings, Jr.,
Am. shoe Tip Co.. So
John II Wilson
W I, Mnck,Esl
John 1 Heller
Eft of Isaac Wagner
lion John Koous
Col J I' Trunk
(leo W Wclllvcr
Cst of Jcr K Mesa
Utt of Sol Eekrolh
John II Metier
John V Miller
It II llrnwn, M. II , S ou
l'rof. It H lllnghom 3 00
Columbus Acnilcmy 3 So
Judge Kunns I 10
James Edgar S 25
Itev II 8 Tub I (it 1 00
Gnllcib Gunthcr 1 no
1 IS Samuel Everett SO
4 Oil Jacob llillt 02
Daniel (lemcl 1 00
Stephen Pului 3 no
Valentine Krotstor 3 00
Itubi'rt Kitchen 3 So
Ea.of Gerthamtliddlo 3 on
M Moylc'ft 3 00
lion Win Co! ley 5 00
II W Tatrlck 1 00
SI C l.nuer 3 00
John Simmons 3 SO
Or. II II riesliutt 8 00
Greenwood Semlnnty 8 tio
A II llildiuo I 25
Win Grnhntn 1'tiO
Frederick Ilcrt 3 So
jnntuu n sticker
J J Ilnaglnnd
3 3S JcrteytownDomocraCy t 00
Jjm" i8i"'ey. Br.
i io American Tc.t 10. iu nu
I"! IK McCnllum 3 00
S 00 Etuu (iirtnn 1 00
1 TS Thomas Ryan 1 00
7 00 J I' Itunyan 3 00
3 00 Wm J Nephew SO
1 75 Catharine Shoemaker 1 00
1 SO IlinghaiiitonCoiii.ColSO GO
TS Gardner U llcmir.ings S 00
4 00 John minor 1 00
3oiin I, Mine,
w A Mino
Jamet Lake, Esq.,
Win II Shoemaker
J M Pry
Ulooni Dcm. Meeting
jeiifThankful, frionds, for your support.
It is yours to sustain and ours to maintain
a FREE PBESS." Keep the ball in mo
tiou and liberty will survive.
A FOUTUXIi FOR Mhl
niTtiErt'MKN on womexii
10 humbug, but an entirely new thing. Only three
1' months In this country I No clap-trap operation to
gull the public, but a genuine menej -making thing I
rend the circular of Instruction onco only, and yon will
understand It perfectly. A I ady has Just written to
mn (tint shf. 1 mnhlnir nm liipli n. I n.l .intlnra nn.n
daysl giving Instruction. In tl,, art. Thounnds of'
Soldiers are making money rapidly nt it. No person
has to be unedto natronise it It It n ililn thu tnfcp. '
inaio db urgeuio patronise it. H It a linn tnat takes
better than anything ever before offered. on can
make money with It.hnino or abroad on steamboats or
railroad cars, nnd in the Country or city. You will bo
pleased in rurtuing it, not only because it will yield n
hnndsnmn income, but also in consequence of tho gen
eral admiration which it elicits. It is pretty much all
profit, A mere frffle is necessary to start with.
There is scarcely one person out of thousands who
over pays any attention to advertisements of this kind
thinking they nro humbugs. Consequently those who
doieiid for instructions will have abtdod field to make
money In. There is a class of persons in this world
who think that because thoy havo been hunibngcd out
of n dollar or so, that everything that is advertised is a
humbug. Consequently they try nomoro. The person
who succeeds is the onn that keeps on trying until ho
hits something that pnys him.
This nrt cost nm one thousand dollars, nnd I expect
to make money out of it and all who purchase tho art
of me will do the tame. One. Hollar tent to mo will
insure the prompt return of a card of inttrurtions in
the art. The money will be returned to those not sat
isfied. WALTER T.TIXSLEY,
No. 1 Park Tlace, New York.
Oct. 54, 18G3-3mo.
rUUVOXARY COXfUXPTOIX.CUR.1BLE DISEASE.
TO CONSUMPTIVE Tho undersigned hnvlnghecn
restored to hcnlth in a few week, bynvery simple
remedy, nfur havpig tuffored several jears with a so
vere lung ntlectlnn, and that dread disease, consumption-
is anx-iuHsto make known to hia fellow-sufferers
tho means of cure.
To nil who de-ire it, lie will send a copy of the pre
scription used, free of charge! with the directions for
preparing nnd using tho same, which they w ill find a
sure euro fur consumption, nthma, bronchitis, Uc
The only crbject of tho advertiser in sending the pro.
scription is to benefit the ulllictcd, and spread informa
tion which lie conceives to bo Invaluable, nnd he hopes
every f ull'crer will try his remedy, as it Hi cost them
nothing, nnd may prove n blessing.
Parties wishing the v.escridriou will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON', Wllliameburgh,
Sept. 30, 1S(j3 lilt Kings County, Now York.
A Gentlemen, cured of Nevous De-
bilily, Incompetency, Premature Decay and Youthful
Erro'r, actuated by a iletirn to benefit others, wi'l be
happy to furnish to all who nerd it (free of charge) luo
recipe and directions for making the snnplo Remedy
uti'il in Ills case. Thoso wuhing to profit by his ex.
perieiice nnil postess n Valuable Remedy will receive
he same, by return mail, (carefully sealed) by addrcs
tiug JOHN ll.oGDf.N,
No, (,0 Nassau Street, N. Y.
New York, August 15, ISC3. 3in
"EDITOR Of DEMOCRAT, Dear Sir : With your
permission I wish you to say to the readers of your
nper that I will scud by return mail to all who wish
it, (free) n Recipe, with fu'l instructions for making
nml using a sinipie Vegrtnblo Halm, that will olfectu
ally remove, in 10 day i. pimples blotches, tan, freckles
anil all impurities of the skin, leaving the samo soft,
clear, smooth ana beautiful.
I ill also mail free In those bavins Raid Heads or
llnrii f.iecs, simple directions nnd information that will
enable them to start n full growth of Luxurinnt Hair,
Whiskers, or n Moustache, in less ihan 30 days, All
applications answered by return mail ithout charge.
THUS. K. CHAPMAN. Chemist,
jQly35, lfli3-3ni No. 831 llroadway. New York'
.MADAME PORTER'S CURATIVE 11ALSAM has
long tested the truth that there urn llr.t principle in
M..l,.in.i n them la III ri,'!irf. nn, ,l,ia MedlCillC it
nmpniindcd on principles suited to thu manifold na- 1
tore of Maul The cure of Colds is in keeping open
tho pores, anil creating a gemie internal wariniii, mm
this is caused ly the use of UiN Medicine. Its remedial
qualities nro based on its power to nslst Vho healthy
nnd vigorous circulation of blood through tho Inngs, il
enlivens the muscles und assists the skin to perform
its duties of regulating the heat o the system, nnd 111
gently thiowing off tho waste substance from tlio sur
face of Jho body, it is not n voilent remedy, but emol
llrnt. warming, searching nnd effective. Sold by all
driigfilsts nt 13 and 35 cents per bottle.
J uly SS. IPIi3-3ni
Unlformltyof Prices ! A New feature in nustiness
livery one Ills own Salesman I JOXL'S it CO. of Hie
CrcseiitOne I'lico Cmihing rltoro.N'o. 2U1 Marlietstreet
above Sixth, Philadelphia,
In udJitiou to having the lamest, most varied nnd
fithinuuble stock of Clothing in Philadelphia, made ex
pressly for retail sales, have constituted every one
hli nun K.iloiuaii. bv bavin? marked in llcures. 011 eaoli
atlicloat the verj'lowcst price It can bo Bold fur sothey
canaot pu.sibly viuy nil must buy aline,
The goods are will sponged and prepared and great
pains taken with the milking so that all can buy with
the full ussurancn ol gelling a good nrticle at tho very
Inti'itet nrlei, Al.n nliin'H nllli kof nieco eootls Oil lialld
of tho lutein style and best qualities, which will be made
to order, in tho most fashionable and ben mariner, '.'5
jovi:u tt co
iTuUsAlNS f STATI0XAUY.
2,500 tiras sttti Pens. 1300,000 juir Blank lacks
8SO.O0O y.mclapts. Slates, Ink, Curtain & Wrapping
paper, Pass books. I.end-l'encils. Gold-Pens, very Hue,
School books viiiling t.'nrds, &.C.. n large portion of
which it ftnek purchased before the rise in prices and
.HOW iVIIIIII, MJW FUIH....,
Win. G. PERRY.
S. II'. cor. lk. If Race Philadelphia,
Sloreh 7. l?3-3 moa.
FiusiiMCTii & iiiioxiinns.
).103,NOllTII THIIlD STREET
five door the low Race,
P. 0. HARRISON, M. Daf
)UI,D respectfully inform tho citizens o
bum. and vicinity, that 111! continue! tlio pr
" uriiii'ix-n AXlt SUHOERV.
nA Bii.i n Khiiro of nubile natronace.
OrriiB, on -Main Street, lint house below tho Couil
House, Woo nulling.
February 3. IfM-lf
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
JOHN K. OIJITOK,
Much if, leei,
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE 1
IN pursiiKiioe of an order of thq Orphans'
Uoutt of Columbia county, ouThiindny thctntli day
of October noxt, nt In o'clock In the forohoon Abraham
oung, unci Levi wrlghts, A il mln I strntar. &r., of Lint.
I wig Voting Into of Madison tnwnthlp, In said county,
dcceaictl, will cxposo to by Public Vendue, on the
promises, a ceilalu inostuago and
PIECE OF LAND,
Rounded and dcterlboil m follows to wit I on tlio North
V,?I,l,.nf,!0,?ih. Yoi,n' ftni1 Kciior. on tim
L'utt by land o Abraham young, and others, on the
South by land of Jacob llcchtcl nnd on the West by
i...... -i- nAni.i i'-. ....... .. .. ...
lands of Daniel Lamest nnd Amos Heller, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or lest, whereon nio erected
TWO DWELLING HOUSES,
ONE nARN.Out buildings nnd older Improvements.
Late tho ettulo ofsnld deconsed, siliiato In tho town
ship of Madison, nml county aforesaid.
JACOB EYERLY, CLERK.
CJ'Tsitm or Sal. Ten per cent, of tho one forth of
the purchnto money to bo paid on tho day cf tale. One
fourth less thtin ten per cent, to bo paid nt tho conOr
matlon oftho tile, nnd the balanco In one year from
confirmation, with Interest from continuation.
Illoomsburg. October 10, le)03.
House and Lot
POR SAM3 C HIS A P.
THE undersigned offers io tell at prlvato talc, n do
tlrablo rad pleasant rctldcnco located In Mgbt
Street, Columbia Co., nbnut 'H inllei North orillooius
burg, nn Main Street, mid central in sold village. There
is erected upon said premises n good
FRANK MVELLI.YG HOUSE.
! With n Well'fltted Stom llomn llnrl.n.l.'.vlil.
!UL nn excellent well of water nt dm .innr
nun inn. uvrs uini mi iiur necessary conveniences, in
n high ttatc of cultivation. Tlio Ctoru llousnnnd Hand
arc of the first order, and present an excellent nnd
eligible opening for the Mercantile business, rhe
building has nil open glass front, under handsome own.
Ing nnd encircled by thriving shadn trees.
Said property Mil bo sold at a bargain, or exchanged
for a tuinll farm or othor real estate.
t .,. . . . - ALFRED MOOD.
Light Ftrcet, Aug. 29, lff,3.
ELI HOLD EN
INVITES the ntteiition of every rendo
this paper, which Includes iminv thnus
of his old patrons and niqurtlninnces-Tn
mutually largo nnd beautiful vnrltv
AMERICAN and IMPORTED WATCHES, CLOCKS
and elegant designs of JEwELRY. Silver Ware, &c
08 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA
March 7. 1S63- 13m
Wilson's Albany Seedlings.
J OO-OOO STIlON0: PLANTS,
of those fine new and productive vn-
rie,v Prcduclng Strawberries from 4 to 4, inches In
clJC,ln,fcrcll(.0, j cding over two hundred bushels to
nn acre. 1 will si II at the extreme low nricocf Sl.OOntr
I.illiil.ml n. blllin nn. tlimi.Nn.l ..In.... ' t
liundred, or $0,00 per thousand plants to any one ad
uri-ps, us inu I'uei iiinu ntr iiuuiiiiu is nere.
Orders should be sent immediately, Willi cash, or it
can be colleited at any 1 xprcss officii
Address JOHN 1 f RANK,
Sept 5, IfCI-lin. Scllns Grove, Pn.
Columbus illnlc and Fnnslc Academy,
It. S. UINHIIAM, A. M , Principal.
MRS. S. E. IIINUIIAM, Preceptress.
Til I', next Term of this Institution will commence nn
tho Third Monday of August Intl. Students will
find it nn ndvniitngo to be present at Hie commencement
ui nn- i erui. .
Tuition, from SI to SB per term.
E7" Hoard from SI 50 to SJ U0 par week. Good
rooms lor those wishing to board themselves,
for further particulars inquiru of thn Principa". or
D L.UIAPIN. Treasurer. '
or JOHN KOONS, Secretary.
New Columbus, Aug 8. 1SI13 '.'in I
Iiii'urmatiim is Wmilcd, I
Or the whereabouts o'f n liltlo boy, named Jamcs
.McGiiATit, aged about 14 years, fuir hair, sparu fig
ure and slightly frecktedln tli3 I'.ice. Said hoy is -up. '
posed to be engaged on the Canal, as a lln.it I'rlver,
probably bctw-ivu Pittston nnd Danville, or perhaps on
Iho West lliiir.rli Canal. A liberal reward will be paid
to anv person w ho will give information of his present
wherculiou's. to his MnHicr. tho uuili-rsigiied, nt Espy,
town, Columbia county, or to the Editor of this Journal,
Espytown, Aug. 2J, lEG3.-3w
Estate of Henry Umitli, iteceasul.
T UTTERS Testamentary on the estnto of Henry
ai ennui, iiuu ui itciunn iow'ii-uip, t;niiiiiiiua couiiiy,
deceased, he.ve been granted by the Registc r of Wills,
Actnthu iiiidersigned also re-iding hi said township,
nil persons having i minis agsinst tho i-slale of the de
cedent are requested to pri'scnt then to the executor i,l
his ri-sideuci in said township, without delay, nnd nil
persons Ihdelited to make payment forlhn ith
June 00, ier,3-0w. SI
ES I'll AY COW.
Came to tho premises of tho subscriber,
in Locust 'I ownship, in Columbia county, onTucs
day, September leu:i, a
IILACII & WHITE SPfi'lTEDCOW.
Tlic owner is requested to come forward, prove prop
erty.pay charges, and take her away, or tho will bo
disposed of according to law,
October 17, l?d3 Gt.
iVME into the promises of the under-
lied, residing in Locust township. Columbia
county (near Nuniidia.) about the luth if September
' last, a
SsQjm dark URixni.r. coir.
'wjrj supposed to bo about five years
ctT' 1 1 ow uer is requested to prove prope
charges and tnko hcrnwuy, or she will Lo disjiosed of
according to law.
Locust twp.. Oct. 3, ietl3 3w
Come into the premises of the un
dersiened. residing in Locust township.
(near Niiincdia,) on or about the Mil of Augut, n c-tbav
Cow, supposed to bo about U years old, briudle and
'1'lie owner is requested to provo property, pay
charges, and take her uway, or she will bu dispone. I of
us the law directs. JOHN I1II.L.1U. Jit.
Sept, ill, lcd3. 3w. SI
CAME to ths nremUcs of the undersigned, in Mon
tour township, I oliimbia couuty, about ten weeks
The owner of said Sheep nre rcques
ted To come forward, provo property,
pay charges and take them away.
otherwise they will be sold us the law directs.
Sept. 11, 1603- SI
CAMn into III c enrlosuro of tho subscriber, tomo
three inuiilhs since, in Jllllllii township, Columbia
Large Male Hog,
5(fi3ii supposed t weigh about 150 lbs., and i'ln
I4a(r6te pood condition, The owner is requestor to 1
provo properly, pay charges and take him away or ho
will bu told sccordmg to law. I
TI103. U. BWErrEMIISER
Aug. e. 1303.-3wSl.W
BLANK DEEDS &, MARRIAGE CER
A superior lot of tho abovo articles,
with ail other kind of Blanks, for sale at
the office of tho Columbia Democvat
LEATHER! LEATHER 1 !
Till', undersigned would nnnoiince, tint ho has on hand
nthis lint anil Cap Emporium, on .Main St.. Ulooms
burg, nn assortment of diirerent kind of leather, such ns
fine calf skins, morocco, (red and lilacs) and linings nil
cf which lin will sell cheaper than can be had elsewhere
in this market. Cull and excmino them lor yourselves.
NOTICE AND CAUTION.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against trcspast
ing upon Ihc premises of the iiiidertigned, in Maine
township, Columbia county, cither by ilstilng. hunting
gathering fruit, dcstroyiHg timber,
the pains and pennllie s of the La'
it otherwise, under
the pains and pennllie s of the Law s or Pennsylvania
,n such case, made and proved. oi,milli,Ki
WANTED- I nQty
ni.WO.000 feet of I J v
t..- !-..! rh (Iks htrHlP j . TiiflrKPt fir
Lumber of all
kiiidsfor wekh tlio highes7, market prices will bo paid
excuange lor noons. w i i. .in. mu
Jerseytonn, .May?, 1303.
SUNDS AND SIMHES.
BJ. WILLIAMS, No. lONoith Sixth street, PhlM'
do Iphia. manufacturer of
Venitia Rlinils and Window Shades.
C7" Thelargett and finest assortment in the city, at
tbo lowest prices, lilinai painien anu irimmsu .qusi
lo new. Store Shailti midland imerea.
April I, IBM.-tm
Bucljlcf Jf fijonsc,
i,, f -
n i" h,u f ... i - -
recently commenced to run a Conch to and from tho
Hall toad. In this manner unpleasant itelny In leaving
tho Depot fur the lintel will bo avoided, and much
nioro linio alTordcd guests for meals when leaving the
Intending that tho lltli:ilt,nn IIOUBfi shall bo really
a homo. like retort for the stranger nnd traveler wo ro
spectrally solicit o toiitliiuanco nf Inu pu lie patronage.
QKU. J. L'Ol.TdN.
Oct. 3, 18C3. l'roprictor.
rrMIl! examination of Teachers for Columbia county
JL will take placo lit tho following times ah,d placet i
. Centre at l'owlcrtvlllc, September 31 j Untawlna at
Cntawitta, Sept. 3i; llctwick llnr. Sept. S3 : Alllllin at
iMifllilivlllc, Bept.23 ; lleaverat Michael's Schnolhoutc,
Hcpt !i Mnlnoat Mnlnvlllo, Seiit.301 Uo.irliigcrcek
nt Mlddlo Hclioot hoiiro. Oft. I i Conyiiglinm nt lielitro
vlllc.Oct.3i l.ociitt at Niimldiii, Oct. 3; franklin nt
Clayton's School house, Oct. S; (Jrange.ntOrnngcvillo,
lUt. 7 ! l'lshinccrcck nt l'enlcr's School house, Oct. 8;
llenton nt llrnton, Oct. 0 ; Hugnrlnaf nt Colo's School
hoiltc.Oct HI; Scott at Unlit Street. Oct. ! Madison
nt Jcrseytnwn, Oct. 10! Hemlock nt Huck Unrn.tJrl.SUj
Montour ut Hletcrlck's School heme, Oct 31 s Mount
i icatnni nt join's' hciiooi nouse, (Kt, vu; lirinrcrecknt
iiiirg. uci. vo ; jncKsun ai uerr sacnuoi noutc. Oct. 3( ;
I'lnc at Wnrneriville. Oct. 30
Tho exercises nt all the abnva places to commence at
10 o'clock, A. M.
Teachers will plente be punctual in nttendnncc. Di
rectors nro rctpeciiuiiy requested in no present
ARLES (1. IIAUKLKY.
nioomtburg, Sept. 13, Ifc'OX
Jewelry awl Silver-Ware.
fpHE undcrtlgiicd would rctpeclfully Invito your at
X tcuiion to his well selected stock of film Gold nnd
Sliver Watches, fino (Jolil Jewelry, of every kind
and variety of styles-compritiiig all of the newest and
most beautiful designs.
Also, Solid Silver Ware, equal to Coin ami tho best
make of Silver rinlcd Wnro. Each article is warranted
to be ns represented.
ay Watches of Jcwlry carofally ropilrn d and sat
(Successors to fjtnuflt-r i llarley,)
No. C3J Market Sr., I'mt's.
Sept, S. 18C3 3m.
Mfc V.. W. Wynknnp will comrartico their tiert
Term of scliool October tho Ult 18ti3. They have
room for u few boarding Scholars, nnd aro prepared to
receive both primary nnd advanced Pupils-
Prices range according to tho studies. Nninely Al
phabet nnd Spelling, $J,IIOt Rending, $'J.'-'j; Geography
Writing nhd Wrllen Arithmetic, 91 '' Grniiiuiar and
nral Arithmetic, 3,00i History and rhilosophy, 3S0,
Algebin nnd Astronomy, 400.
Instruction given In Ornamental Transparent Paint
ings on glnss, alto In water colored nnd oil l'niiitiugi
IMoomsbiirg, Oct. lOlli, Ifif.3.-3t.
COMMISSION MERC II A N T
11LOOMSI1UIIG, COLUMniA CO., 1'A.
E7rAnTitcr.AR attention oiven to patent ntouTs.3
September 5, 180.1 3m.
DISSOLUTION OF PAHTNEKSMIP.
I rpHE partnership hcrctofure existing bstween the ti n
I ilrrsigned, merchandizing under the name nnd firm
I of JUillcr If Sutislttr, ill Jersejtnwii, was dissolved by
! mutual consent on I he 4th or September, lSti.1, All per
tons indebted lo tho late firm w III plc'.so call nnd set
tle. The Vooks, etc., will remain iu tho Storo, for a
short time Tor settlement,
I J N. MILL sit,
I Jc'rscytown, Sept. H. 1BG3 3m.
I ROSEMONT CEME I'lir.
i "27ic is j1Ioiic?j."
H Ail It not been fully demonstrated, that it is (irent fol
ly to wail until you havo a friend dead, before you
goto look after a place of burial : then nre oil lcat pre
pared to select, your mind being in u distracted state, you
will as likely g;l a bad Thfepc or bad size lot as good mid
desirable one. Rnxciuouul Cemetry cnnipauy offers n
great many nice located lots for sale ; nnd now whilst
you nnd your family are in health is the time to select a
lotnndut it in order, by calling on the undersigned you
can be accompanied to theground, examine them and as
, tertaln tho cost,
I. W.IIART.MAN, Trcbiurtr.
IHommsburg.Scpt.l.. Itiii.1. 3in
liJSSOI.lJTIOX OF I,A!tTKISKim
fTMIE co partnership heretofore rxiMhig between tho
X undersigned, trailing nnd Mcrchandir.liig in Vlnin
Villi', Columbia county, under tne lirni of Relirhard &.
Nuss, dissolved on tho 15th of Juno, HQ3, by mu
tual coiibcut. The Hooks, Notes. Accounts, fee, of tho
late firm, nre now In the -hands of Mr. ReighnriMn the
Store, for Immediate settlement. All persons interes
ted w ill please call and settlo
GEO. P. REIC1URD,
Mnlxvllte, Aug. 8, 16G3 Ow S3 Ui).
mourn vEmm umiEd
Sccoftd St?ect, above Arch,
A. r. BLA1U, PROPRIf.TOR.
late of "f-urf Ilouie," Atlanta Uly.
Oct. 3, 1i3.
,F, K X 2 i
ATTORNEY AT L A W ,
Office in Court Ally, formerly occupied by Charles
nioomtburg, Dec. i. 1K3'.I.
M. & T. P. WATso.V
LIVERY STAHIjK '1T TAGHEl).
rt IKTII S.CDMD MT. IlKTWEES .VARKIT & ARCH, P fill,
Nov 9, IMia.
TIIK undertlgned, retpectfully in forms his old friends
and new customers, that he will continue thu
at the Old Stand in Jcrseytown, to which ho has added
.1 SELECT S70CA" 0' .Vfl' GOODS,
to which the attention of customers nnd the public is
iM J.N. MILLER.
Jcrseytnwn, Sept. li, 13G3-3m.
To Teachers. 1
T7" ANTED. Twelvo Male Teachers
'Y to tnko cbamo of the public schools of Union
township. Schuylkill county. Tho examination will
tifko placo nt llirgtown, on Wednesday, the Slst dny
of October. Ieu3, eonimencliig nt 10 o'clock, . M. 'Ihu
Schools will open on rho llrt Monday in November,
nnd continue tour months.
THOMAS UVAV, Sfcrfftr.
October 3, E(13 3w$l
PPLICATtONS will bo received by thn noard of
School Directors, at tho Acaucuiv in inoeinsourg,
TUN (10) Teachers, for the Winter Schools of
mi District, on Saturday, oept, Mill, leti3, nt 10
o'clock, A. .M., nt which time and placo the County
Superintendent will meet examining appiicuuis, etc,
i. J. UllOWKR, ScCy.
r.loomilmrg, Sept. 19. IS.
TWO good School Teachers inConyngliain township
Columbia county None but those Willi good cer,
ttnriucs need apply ! to such good tnlarlus will bo paid
Schools lo commence nbnut tho flrtt of September.
J. i. IIOAGLANII.&cfy.
Conynghnm twp Aug. 22. !B(i3-lw SI UOj
A Journeyman Blacksmith
IS wanted immediate! v. by the undersigned, at his
1 Shop in lluck Horn, Hemlock township, a good Jour
neyman lllacksuiilh, to whom constant employment
nnd liberal wages will bo given.
Ruck Horn, Aug P, I8C3-3V.31 DO.
BRICK FOR SALE I
THEiiddrrsigcd has on hand n lot of well Turned
llnrk of grin variety for talc. All persons who
with good brick should apply nt once.
E?- TERMS nCASII.
UOUERT II. ARTHUR,
nioomsburg, July 2.'. 1SC3-3I.
riCTURKS FOR ALBUMS
Over COOdllfiirent varieties selling from 'Sets to $175
Wm. G. PERRY, Publisher.
S. W. Cor. 4th k Race Philadelphia.
ALL persons indebted to the late firm ef Miller ,V
Eur, Merchants iu Ulooinsburg. nro hereby nott.
lied, that the Uooks. Notes und Accounts of smd Unit
nre in the Sturo for collection, and must be settled by
tho flrslof October, without rctpect to Ihnte concerned,
MILLER b. EVER.
Dleomtburg, Auguit U, l!M
18C3. ( 1803.
riillAdcIphi.1 ti Erlo rail road.
This great line traverses the Northern and North.
rXl'rlo """"J"""'" " ".y. '"."
'llha'sbeen leased l,r tho Pennsylvania nallrosd
opened inrnuKiiuui nn rinira jciicmi.
l In uofl for, PftMcnRcr an
'ftitc'nscr and Freight liiltlneta
Irom narriiiurg luiiriinvooii (5,1 rnrK)(177 tnllesjon
tho Eastern III vision, and from Sheflicld to Erio on tho
Western Division, (78 miles.)
time ar'FAtsxKncr. t'iuiks at mortiicmberland.
Mall Train leaves, East (I S3 A. M.
Hipress Train ' " HI S3 1. M.
Mall " West 4 83
ExprcsD " " 5 S3 A.M.
Cars run through with frustar bmh ways on thess
trains lirtwecn Philadelphia and Lock llnrnii, and
llnltimoro and Lock Haven. New and elegant Sleep.
lug Cars ntcompanlng thu Express Train both ways
between Wllllamtpott and llnltimoro, and Williams.
pott nnd Philadelphia.
1'or Information respecting Passenger business, an
ply nt tho H. I'.. Cor. 11th and Market flts.
And for freight biislucssnf the Company's Agents !
H. II, Kingston, Jr., Cor. lath nnd Market fits., I'hllV
J. W. Unynolds, Erie.
J M. Drill. Agent N.C. 71! II., nnltlinore.
It, II, Houston, (len'l. freight Agt , Philadelphia,
Lewis I.' lloupt, (len'l. Ticket Agt. Philadelphia.
Jotepli II. Polls, Ocii'l, Muiiagcr.Wlllioinspott.
Jnlinniy 17, iti)3.
I irbnirinui . Iilnn.rl... i,.ii...i
LilCKflWailiJa &, ClOO JllSUUrg Italll'OnU
fN AND AFTHR AnttL 20, 103. fASSENGEIt
RUN AS fCLLOWSl
MOVING fl'O OTII.
S30 A. JL 11.00 A. M
ti.40 Arrive 13.30 P M
4,:io P. M.
B.tW 1,43 P. M
M O V 1 N U
Arrlvo at Scriintuu.
U.lll f. M, 3.30
A Passenger Trnin nlsn1cnr Klnoinn nt h "n a. m
for c'crniitnn.tn connect with train for New York. Re
turning, icnvcs scrnnion on nrriral of Train from Novf
vork nt 4.VU r, m.
The Lackawanna nnd lllnomsliurg Railroad connects
wiin mo iioiiiwnre, i.ncKnwnnna nml i-stern Railroad
at Scrnnton, for New York and Inlcrmedlato points east
points both cast and wett-nrrlvini: nt Phlladclidilant
7,110 P.M. I
At Northumberland It cormr-cts with tho Philadelphia I
&ErieIl. R.nndN.C R.R. for nolnts west mid sAutli
rassengcrs nrrlting nt llnrrlsburg 4 50 P M. j Phil,
adclplila 10 P. M r.allimuru 10.V0 P. M.
GEO. 11. HUNT, Sup't
J. C. Wells, Oen'J 'iHeket Jlgeni.
Kingston Apilllf. Itoll.
AScnding1 Rai! Btond.
SUMMER ARRANGE M ENT.
-1 RE T TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH AND
' X Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Redding,
Pottsvllle, Lebanon. Allentown, Eaton.&c fcc.
Trains leavo llnrrlsburg for Philadelphia. New York
Reading. Potttvllle and all intermediate stations, at S
n. m., and - p. lis.
New York exptets leaves flnrrishttrg at 0.13 a. in.,
arriving nt New York nt '.) 15 the same morning.
fares from llnrrlsburg i To Now York 15 15; to
Philadelphia $3 3J and $J e'J. Ilaggago checked
Returning, leave New York at 0 a m., 12 noon, nnd 7
p. in., (Pittsburg Express). Leave Philadelphia atf.15
a. in., nnd 3.30 p m.
Slceplng-ars In the New York express trains, through
to nud from Pittsburgh without change.
Passengers by IhoCntawitsa Railroad Ir-nvoTamaqun
at cj.5tl a in., and 4 15 p in., for Philadelphia, New York
and nil Way Points.
Train" leavo Puttsvillc nt 9.13 a. m. , and 3.30 p.m.,
for i'hllailelphln, llarrisbiirg and New York.
An Accommodation patsenger trnin Icovcs Rending
at u. (Ma. in , irud returns from PliiJuilelplriant5.ijup.ni,
Ci' All tlio above trains run dally, Sundays excepted,
A Sunday train leaves Potlsvillo at 7,30 a.m., and
Philadelphia ut 3.15 p. m.
Commutation, inileusu, season, and excursion tickets
at reduced rates to aud-from all points.
G. A. NICOLLS,
Mnv S3. 1PM. flrnrrn! Supcrinttnditt.
Wm. 13. DKDBURY'S
PIJ1NO-FOR TEESTABLlsmiEft T
No. 421 Urnomo Steot, New Yonrc.
Tin subscriber respectfully invites the attention of
liis friends and the public generally to his Piano-f orio I
J-rtalrlifhinunt ut iNo,-,.1" ltroomc street, tonar of Crosby
I laving itli'lran his interest, Plnck nnd material
from tho late n rni ot" lite llrartsburry," which firm
waa dissu'.vtiJ onthe:iInt January, ut.. ami having
purchased tho ciitiru stock of IMano Fortes nnd Ii tuni
rurto .Mati'rial owned by his brother, IMward O,
Uradbury, in the said firm, he U now prennrped to
n'lpply iho increased domand for his celebrated 1'iano
rorlen. I.inployinc; tho iun.t fkil'ln) imd experienced
workmen, with a larco stuck ot'tlie bust nnd uinl thor
ntielily si-noned material and an nbundnnre of cajrital
ho li. is taken iu hand the personal BiipeniHon of tlio
thn wliolebusiiiis-t of mn nulaet u rins h is jnst n iticnt ? nnd
isi'ii,ililedtoturiiiMtPiano.fortes of unequalled 10110
llltAUUUltVS NfAV SCALi: PIANO TORTC.
In the nrraiitieinenl of our new scale, drawn nud prt
pared with tlio ntmuM care, expressly for our new!
instruments, wo havo add-id every iuiproveiuent iviiicli 1
1 1111 in any way tend lo thn perfection of the Piano
forte, nth! wo can confidently listen, that for delicacy
of touch, vo'jiiio, purity, brilliancy arid sweetness cf I
tono, combined with that strength ntM solidity Jf framo 1
ncccs4ury to durability, thesu instruuiciits aru line ;
'Sj.reotii ANn IlE'CTV" is our mono, and r.e invito
the closest criticism of tlie best unbiased Jiidgcsln the
C7" Every instrument warranted for Ave year.
WM. IJ. IIKADIIUItV,
427 llroomo St., cor. of Closby, New York.
Marcli 14, leti3. 3m
RfEiW PAKCY OMMS.
"'HE subscriber has just received a lot
uoMury irimiiiings ana aciv uoous, such as
S S3 P H V iil S 0
WKTAW WO, 5 e,
AND OTHER NOTION'S.
E7" Wheeler iiAVilson's Sewinj Machines for sale.
Also Sunday School Hooks mid tlibles.
Also Sirs. Allen's Hair Restorer, whicli will give to
gray its natural color.
A. D. wniiti.
Next Door below Court House,
nioomtburg. May .10, !tG3.
BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKEYS,
GINS, AND LiaUOP.S, GENERALLY.
No, 328 Walnut Sts., between 3i )' 4th
C. II. HENRY. Traveling Agent and Salesman.
C7" Orders lUti'pcTrrc,LV Bolicites.
Novembsr Hi, I 0S. y.
WILLIAM G. PERKY,
pOOK-SELLER, Stationer, Book-
1 binders, lllauk book mnniil'.iclurer. mid Dcalef in
Imported and American Stationery.
ruiiiu v est cor. -itii u iiBce m,. I'liiiaaeipnia.
Persons visiting tho city, or sending orders will do
well tn tako a memorandum of tlio nliov.i Addrntn
The stock is largo and well nssorted, Pricci .era.
PuoioURArii Aldums, Selling from bOctstoS'Jj each, i
The new est styles nnd largest assortment in the City,
Win. U. PERKY, Publisher,
S. W. cor. 4lh Si Race itr., Philadelphia
PETER YOIIE ct SON,
HAVE recently opened a BOOT AND SHOE SllOf
In LIGHT tCntLET, Columbia county, Pa., and ntr
prepared to do ths best work on Iho rhorlctt notice ut .
ut tin' lowest prises. Give lliciu a call.
April 11. IroJ.
I will bo in Jcrseytown on tho Election
day, October l-ttli. All persons tnitibtud to
try Note or uouK ncconnt, ato caructtly nque
meet me on inai nay nnu pay tneir respecuv
rills nonce will positively do uio net.
Sept 10. 1803.
C02 Market St., Philadelphia
JMPORTEE of Toys, Pipes nnd fancy Artirles.
J The largerl variety of Pipes. Toys, llaskcts un
I'ANCV GOODS TO IIP, POUND IN UlE CITY.
Pleas call and Exalmne, 1
Morch7, 1803 '
MlMTARV IlUiSlSCSI ATTENDEn It) PROMPTLY.
OFFICE Iii Court House Alley, under Democrat OJJiet
Auguit '."J, leU3 tin,
5,000 Reams writing Paper, including of note, Letto
i'nohcap, Sermon, Hill, & Drawing papers selling a
low rmcEt for rnsli,
Wm. G. PERRY, Stationary.
j f. W.ccr.ilh, tc Race rhilidelphia.
k(iii:i(K'k ru.moMc si'iicr
0 O N 8 U M P T I O jtf .
FCIILhCKB 1UJ.MCNIC iSTIlUr
SCIILNCK'fl PULMONIC BYRt'P
C O N S U M 1' T I O N.
ECIIENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP
Wil t, CCRt
StHr..NCK'fi HEA WEED TONIC
HCIIENCK'B SEA WEED TONI6
BCIIENCK S HEAVEED TONIO
eCHENCIfS sIlAVVTED TONIO
D Y S P E P S I A.
FCIIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
SCIIENCK'3 MANDRAKE TILLS
8CIir.NCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
LIVER COMPLAIN fS.
DR J. II. SCIIESCK has n largo suit ofroom.atNo
H? ,lnnd St,;e, ,Nqw v'."k-w,,oro ,le ,CBn he found every
',u" W' nn;m; ,3 I!; m.. and at No.3J Notth
HIJ.,h .ti,!e, Philadelphia, Pa , every Saturday.
, llv keeps n large supply
Keeps n inrge supply oi meniciiies nt Ills rooms,
"lilc.ltc.in b had nt nil times. Those wlthjng ndylce
"r nn cxanllnatlnn of the I.ungs will do well tocallon
or nil examination oi me i.ungs win do well tocallon
him us above. He makes no charge for advice, but fr
a thorough i xainlnatlon with the Rctplroinetor, his
pnro is 9.1.
Many persons nre ofroidto have their lungs examin
ed by llr. Schcnck for fear they will be Mind incurable
and by th it means it is put off until It Is too late. How
much better it would lis to know thelrcondltloii at once,
as by abiiudsiico of evidence, Dr. S. has shown sufficient
certificates in this city that he has cured advauccd
stanfls of Consumption.
Iir, Schench's Principal Office Is No. 30 North Sixth
street, Philadelphia, where letters for advice should bo
Price of tho Pulmonic Syrup and Sea Weed Tonic
each SI per bottle, or S' tho half doien. Mandrake
Pills, i!5 cent" per box.
ID" for sale by all Druggists auJ Storekeepers.
October 3, lEb3.-3ui.
THE FMILY SOAP MAKER.
THE public ire cautioned against the spurious artic
les of lye for making sonn.A-c.. now offered for sale.
The omy genuine nnd patented lye is Hint made by Iho
I i'enns)lviiuli salt manufacturing company, their irndc
! mark for it bcing'"Saponif.cr or cunccntrnted lye."
, '1 hegreat success of this article has led unprinclpated
, panics to endeavor to imitate it, In violation of thu
All manufacturers bUKrsor sellers of tho spurious
lyes, aro henby notified that the company have em
ployed ns llicir Attorneys,
George Harding. Esq., of Phila., and
William Dakowell, Esq , of Pittsburg.
And that all manufacture!, users or sellers of lye,
in violation (if the rights of the Company, will be pies
ecuiuu ui unce.
or concentrated lye, is for sale by all Draggists, Gro
cats and Country Stores.
TAKh. NOTICE !
The United States Circuit Court, Western district of
Pennsylvania. No. 1 of May term, in 1W,'. in suit of
the I'eniifjlvanm salt manufacturing company, vs.
Thos. (I, Chasedecreed 10 the Co'i puny on November
15, leCJ, the llxiluilrc right granted by n pateutownd
by lliein for the taponillcr. Patent dated October Si,
lc5b. Perpetual Injunction nwarded.
aAil.'u' lifl A bMniK' A U'-.s" lUi IVIfrt Uit
O U lUJiUJUI JJJ u uuja JJa uw
127 W'alnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt St. and Duquense Way, Pittsburg.
Aug. 15, lcu3,3m.
Greenwood Seminary ,
F.xaLisn, classical axd commercial school
FOR BOTH SEXES.
T. M. rOTTS, PRisctrxi,
jVali'.'mmics. Bool Kicping and Xatvral Sciences.
J. B. PATTON, A. K ,
Elocutio n. Literature, and Ancient and Modern Languages.
The Scholastic year Is divided into four quarters of
eleven weeks each, commencing ns follows : On the
second Monday in August.the first Monday in November
the third Monday in January, and the second Monday
Per quarter for Hoarding nud 'I uilion in Engljth, range
from $211 Ut) to $31 UH. Languages, Muic and Draw
ing nro extra.
IC7 for Circulars or further particulars, address the
Principal at MII.LV1I.LC, COl.U.MIIIA CO., PA.
October 3, le(i:i ly.
BLOOMSHURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
THE subscriber, proprietor of the above named ex
tensive cbtablikhment, is now prepnrcd to receive
All Kinds of Machinery,
for Collcries, niatt furnaces, Stationary Engines, Mills
THRESHING MACHINES. &0 . &C.
lie is also prepared to mako Sloven, n't sires and
patterns, plow-irons, and everything usually inado in
lirrt-clnss foundries. ,
His extensive lacilities nnd practical worKinen, war
juntt him in rcceiv ing the largest contracts on the
runt reasonable! terms.
Ey Gruiu of all kinds will be taken in exchanto for
U3"This establishment Is loca.ed near the Lackawan
na .y llloomsburg Railroad llepnt.
IlUoniiburg, Sept. 12, 15C3.
.-,,... , J,ron,, 1'mhU 1n
J IlltlOriUlii IO 1 CTSOllS ItUOie 10
the countia ) Riudonl, Columbia,
Sullivan, Montour ty ivyomvi:
Dojiiii wish to have your Ercttiption Papers cor Market train, u iUl a passenger rar attachd. Isava
reclif mado out i Do you wlih lo obuln reliable in- Philadelphia nt 1 P. M.. for Heading und ull way Hn
foruiiitieii in regald to yourclaiinsfnr exeuiplion ( Ho tious leaves Heading ut 14. noon, and Uowninglown
you wish in employ an experienced person tu aid in nt 1 I', . for Philadelphia ami ull wny station,
procuring your excinptious ( If ynu do, cull on me ut All the abuvn Ir.Uue run daily. Sunday exc pted.
thoorHcu of Justicn riercu. iu Troy. Bradford county. 1 t-unday tisiua le.ivoPiiltsville ut 7,3d A M euJ Phila-
I D,, nil anil uiier v eiiiiesuu) n,-n. iuui ir.u.
i t.liull luivu tho servic-s of l.xiiericuced Persons to ,
assist me, so that claimants can have their businets .
attended without any delay, i barges niodernte. j
II. W. PATRICK. !
October 3, 1863.
Tne Old Guahd
Monthly Journal, devoted to tho Pi
J. ciples of 1770 and 1787. Designed to unmask
,,.,,...,;,. .,. ,.,i ,.,. i i-,i,. nfini.
ITtiiniaiion. Iletiiiitliui and Crimes uflhis
And to defend the doctrines of Slates Rights, and n
Constitutional Liborty, as held by our Revolutionary
Published by C. CIIAUNCEY ft L' II 11 fc Co , HQ Nas
sail street, New York.
Price. Singlo numbers 15 cents, forwarded by
mail or express loull parts of tho I'nit'd States at $1
n yeur. In advance. Any person sending ten subscri
bers will receive an ndditlantl cupy for ens yeur.
July 11, lc03,
P II 1 L A D H L P II I A.
HOWELL & P.OURKE.
Comet fourth nnd Market Streets. Philadelphia, havo
now iu sloth, a fine variety of
WA I. A PAPER S,
Got up ciptstly for their Spring Trade.
WINDOW PAPER Of EVERY GRADE.
o which they Invito tho attention of Storekeeper.
tCr- In their ri'tnllepartment. will bu found tho
choicest styles of the don.
March 7 13 3 nios.seas
BLANKS! BLANKS'. 1
Of every description, for sale nt this office
The War ftfews
The news from Charleston, during lha
past few days, is full of interest not ro
cheering of eueccs. Thn correfpondent of
tho Z'rt'4tfic and other New York poperfl,
ccm to indieato a danger of the harbor
fignin falling into the full possession of tho
From Tcnnffsco, tho news lias dii
turbed look, from tho active forward
movement of the enemy and tho retro
grade of the Fedaral force.
Rosecrans position is undoubtedly strong;
though seriously threatened by the power
(ul combinations of the cnomy,tn'all tidoi.
Wcs hall not bo furpriacd to hear of anoth
er sanguinary etrugglo in that department.
The news from Virginia is encouraging
at present, bow long it will remain so, in
another question. Gen, Mcado who hair
been retreating from tho Rappahannook
towards Washington, took battlo position
near the old Dull Run ground on Wed
nesday. Gen. Leo cava battle, which
resulted in tho succcrs of our ormy, but
not without heavy losses.
Gen. RoSecrans, has been upercodetl
by Gen. Grant.
Kcxv i'ork Weekly IVews.
THE NEW YOIli: WEEKLY NEWS Is unrlnluT
In Us ability and enterprise as a public Journal, and In
every Department is must efficiently condnctod, toa
to form a weekly record of events political, commercial
financial and literary thruugliuul tlio world. In ad
dition to this It contains all the Domestic InUlllgcnca
of i nch week and full reports of every matter of pub
lic interest. As a Political Journal the Wecttly News
will be found on the tide of the Constitution of the
country as It was framed and cttabllshed by the fath
ers cf the Republic, and will scan with ara and fidcl
ity every public act that may tend tu ths violation of
the letter and spirit of that instrument of our libsrtlos.
It prefers and advocates th"
, POLI0Y OF PEACE
to hildcf iB and exhausting system of .War InMitlos
upon the truth of the principle embodied In the De
claration of Indcpenco, that the juit powers of tb
Government are derived from the consent of tho gov
erned, it urges the preservation of the fundamental
piinclples of liberty, inviolate, as of more encred 1m
portanco than national grandenr or consolidated power
under despotic rule, without (he pale of established
Ian-, On ull questions ot national importance it is thn
indexible champion of the rights of citizens, as guar
anteed under the instruments by which they have de
cided to be governed, It therefore boldly awows It
purpose to sustain the freedom of Speech and of the
Press, with the view to protect the people, from the
encroaching dntmas of theorists who contemplate a
modification of the democratic principles which to
this time hnve been suttnincd ngaiuit cverv court to
overthrow them. In all matters pertaining lo Govern
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Reading Rail 11
GREAT TRUN'IC LINE fllOM PIIILALELPIIIATO
1 HI lNTEUOlll Of PENNSYLVANIA, THU
SCHUYLKILL. SIlriClUEIIANNA. CU.MUEU
LAN II AND WYOMING VALLEYS,
TIIE NORTH, NOIil HWUMT AND
Leave the company's depot ut thritecnth and Calloir.
hill streets, Philadelphia nt Ihu following hours:
At 8.15 A. M. for Rending, Lebanon, Hnrrlsburr.
Pottsvllle, Pincgrovo.Tnmtiqiia.uiibiiTy. Willlanisprt
Kliniia, Rochester. Niagaru, f alls. Uull'alo. Allrntowu.
Wllkesbarre, Pittston, York, Carlisle, Ohambcrsburg,
This train connects nt READING with Last Pcnn.
sylvania Itiiilrond trains for Allentown, ;c, and with
ilm l.ehaium Vnlley. train for Hiirrltburg. &.c..:at
I PORT t'LlNTUN with Cntawi-t.i Railroad trains lor
I Wilkesbarre. Willmuityinrt. Lock Haven. Elniira, Ice.,
i ii Aititisilttlic with -.'orlhriii Central. Cuinbirland
Vnlley. and Schuvlklll nud Susquehanna trains for
NorlhuinbJiland, li illiamrporl. York, t.lumbersburg.
. Leaves rhlldelphu at 3,30 P. M for Reading rotti
ville. Pinegrme. Ilnrriliur, Air.. roiiiic-cliou at llurria
burg wilh Pr.iitlvnni.i CVntial Kuilroud trains for
l'UUl'Urg .c, Niirlhrcn leiitral liullrcad trains lor
Sunbiiry, Nurthumh rland. Elniira fcc, and ut Por
Clintou with Cutavvi-t-a Itoilroau trains for Miltoa
Williaiusport, Elniira lliifl'iln fcc.
Lt avss Rending at 0.30 A M.. stopping at ill way
stations ; arrives in I'nil nlelpliia nt y.vu A M
Returning- leaves Philadelphia at I.CU P, M. ; ariires
i in Ili-ttJin? ut 7,;iu r i.
Trains lor Pliila lelpliii leavo Hamster L A. y
I , I, II ,t I-. A VI n...n -! Ir. . ill
' UI1H I .1,1 ... .,,. ... ...IU j, I I
i 1.50 P. M. Aflerniioii trains leuve llnrrlsburg m v' "0
I . nnd Potuvillual'J.lld P- M. arilviiit; nt l'liilse,. 1
nt T.IHI 1'. .M.
nclpllia ul .l.n l il
CIIESTull VALLEY RAII.ItOM)
PassHiccr from Dow ninilown and Intermediate
j poihlsiake tho s. 15 A M anil 4,0 p M trains from Phil.
nilclpliia, returiiing IrJUl Duwiiluglown nt 7,00 A M
' nnd 12.30 noon
NEW YORK EXPRESS POR PITTSUL'RG AND
i Leaves Nrw York, nt 7 P M, pasblng Feaiing at
1 13, li, midnight, and conn-ctliig l llarrUburg with
I Pennsylvania Railroad I xp.ess i.un fur Put-burg
Relurniiiu. i xprcss Trnin leaves narri-burg ail arrl
' vul oi'l'eiilnjhanla I iprcss fnuii Pillsliurg a .1,15 A
M, puktiug Reading '.i M nud airiiug ut New
York ul M.3U A M. Sleeping run accompany Ihftu
i trains through, biltvseii Jersey City ami Piusburg wilh
Mail trains for New ork IcnvQ Hr.riisburg at 8 AM
and 2,00 P M. Mail trains icr llurrisbiirg leave New
York nth A M and 12 noon.
SCIIL't I.KII.I. ALLEY RAILROAD.
Trains leavo Puttsvillu at 7.15 A ti nnd 3.30 P V,
returning frouiTuscaroru at S.U5 A M. and 4,45 V M.
SCIIIULKILL AND SITfCI.'EllA.NN'A R IL
Trnint leave Auburn ul 3.IJ A tl for Pirtegrevo and
Ilnriitburg, nnd nt U,40 A M. and 7 P 51 for pinegrovu
I only i returning from I arrWuurg al 1,30 P 51 and from.
1 Piuegruvc at B A 51 and -I and 5 P M,
I Through first clast tickets and emigrant tickets to all
i the principle, piiinwlit the Noilh ani Wvtt and Can
das. I The following tickets aro obtainable only at ths iifilcet
nfS. Uradford, Treasurer. Nn. 227 south l'urtll st,
I liiludelpliia, r of G. A Nicnllt, Cemtral aupv-rinteini
1 At 25 percent, discount, between any peinti deslrsd.
tor faMilies nud firms,
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Good fofaiOiulle,beiweet . iiilst.-. l t,ajv5ic4i
for families and'flrns. .4
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