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SATOnDAY MOKNINO. IJOVEMBfJlt 14, 1063.
jjQjr On Tuoidny morning scattering
(lakes of snow fell around us, t!iu first of
Head tho now advertisements.
tfows and information can often bo obtain
ti through this channel of business.
tST Tho Star in an artiolo on tho witr
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acui, stw v.uu uu......u.u auLiu ui
tho interest ot tlio burden at S-'j8,U7U,uu.
Quiet a pile from a small county.
jRiy Rev. D. J. Waller, has been
icriously indisposed for tho last fow weeks.
Wo are pleased to loam that ho is oon-,
Talesccnt,and will soon bo ablo to officiito
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in his pastotial labors again.
sar Tho two negroes that broke jail a
few days ago at this placo, has not yet
been captured. So far thoy havo mado
cood their cooapo. A reward of twenty
dollars is offered by Sheriff Furman, for
-CST" Wo continuo to send letters by
mail to our subscribers, enclosing bills of
the amouut of their indebtedness for sub
scription and advertising, and trust they
will all) os many have, remit the amouut
by an.oarljr mail.
XiST The Republican in a local item
sajs, "notwithstanding tho war, wo havo
caver had better times." Fray Doctor,
tells us whero and in what way ho havo
better times" -than formerly. Wc 'can't
83y Tho Union Leagues held a meat-
lull 111 lliu uuuit liuu;u laab u uiil lii:.-
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Whetlior tuo members enlisted as soldiers
to put dowu tho rebellion, under the lato
Presidents proclamation or not, wc have
not been infortnod. But wo suppose that
they did, being surh loyal men.
S. G. Khn.nedy, E.-q., our young
fnond who latul) located in Bloomt,btirg,
has moved t.i Ilazleton, where ho hai
opened his Law Office uud is ready to
attend to the trausacliou of all legal busi
ness. See his card.
SJSr- The " Bloomsburg Local Seuatu"
wbioh was so well attended a few wiute'rs
ago, is now in operation again, aud tho
meetings aro held in the town Acudemy,
on Wednesday cveninc"-. Wo understand
tho members havo in
couibo of lectures for tho caniin
C- Es ShcnlfBiLLMnYnR, proprietor
of tho " Bloomsburg National Foundry1'
is doing an extensive business at his new
ontibiishment, near tlio railroad depot.
Wo adviso our friends in need of Cook or ,
Parlor Stoves or other castings to call on I
Mr. Billmcjer. HU wares are of the best)
quality, aud ho sells cheap. j
j&Sf Hunting has become quiet a bA-'
r.css with numerous citizens of our town,!
for tho past few weeks Babbits, SquirUI
and othor gamo must havo suffered, if we
are to judgo by the sportmeu that have
left town, accompanied by DogB, Guns and ,
amintinition. Three or four Foscs have!
been killed in tho couuty lately.
S6r Mr. Bacici.UY, our County Super
intendent, dasircs us to announce, that thu
next macting of tho "Columbia County
Teachers' Association" will bo held in
Bloomsburg, on Saturday, tho Mth day of
November, 1803, at 10 o'clock, a. n. A
general invitation is extended to teachers
and others to attend.
fiT" Our uiighhor of tho Berwick Gaz
ette, announces through his journal that
tho nest 'erm of our coutt will commence,
on tho Cth of December next. Tho Oth
comas on Suuday. Como Jerry, this
won't do, wc aro law aud Sunday abidiug
people hero. Maka your figure a 7, the
proper day of the opening of tho Columbia
EST "The oopjorhead leaders hero arc
dumbfounded at tho result of tho fall
clcctious," sajs tho Rrpubl can, and adds
"It took them by surprise 1 Truo Doctor,
it was a surpriso, to find tho result you
.so weakly boast of, to bo obtained by tho
most wicked and unheard of fraud, ever
practiced on tho people of a free country.
Tho .proof of which, will bo found in a
lengthy articlo on our first pago.
l&" Wo arc pleased to learn of the
honorablo promotion of young friend,
Tno's. S. DoEni,Eni to a Pirtt Lieutenancy
intno regular uutieu ctt,
LI,, IS lUO yuungr-uii sun ui uui luimv. j
lUWuSUJUUj viiaiitja it. uuuuiui usi-f v.
Williamsport, Pa. This merit of honor
to a bravo and gallant soldier, will be re
ceived witli satisfaction by Lieut. Boo
bier's numerous friends in Columbia co,
4- Our friend, W. Whit, Esq., hav
ing been cugngeii for tho better part of a
yarin fighting for "tho Union aa it was, I
and tho Constitution aa it is," has opened j
au ofHea in Mr. A. J. Sloan's building,!
opposito tho Court House, whero ho can'
at all times bo found, prepared to attend
to any thing in tho lino of his profession. I
Fersons having oxomption papers to pro- j
paro will do well to call on him, as, after i
i. - . . .. . i
nn experience! in tuo army, uo .uuowa to
to come oitont hnw tho thing is done.--
fiucoets to him.
'(C Rctiri"& " MCWlliMff COW
oc William Lamon, Esq., tUo
lrnal.l..l -fit... H I n ..
iwiium ui mu uuaru 01 uounty Com-
,n,Ioncra, r(!,:rci1 ffom offioo . g
urdtiy. Ho has served tho usual term of
tbrco years, having boon elected in 1800,
nnd lias mtttlo a very effioictit uud most
cnergotio officer. Mr. Lamo.n retires with
tho most unlimited confidonno of tho poo
plo in his favor and tho highest record of
his fidelity as a publio servant.
1 NOMAS J. VANDEIISLIOE, En., who
was elected in October without ormn-iiim, 1
e cut.i. in vjtioncr WlltlOUl oppoMtltlU,
suceeus iir. jv.imon. lie is a. cent oman
0f arK0 business cxDerienco. mah.r .in.
Iw i j
ment, and will mako an excellent officer.
lisquiro Vantlcrslieo, may bo proud of the
position lit) holds in tho great democratic 1
narkv nf Onlnm!,! nm.til.-1.. . I
L j , . ....... v.rnu.j Hllllllji UUUI1
1 f "u,u. . w'wya
nouiiiiaicu anu elected without opposition
I- and wo havo no doubt ho will houor the
position to which ho has been promoted
The Board, as now organized, consist
ofthu following.gctlcman, viz : Oiiakm:s
II. IIkss, Hour McIIesky, and Thomas
J. VANDr.nsi.icn, Esq 'rs, An excellent
All good men and sound
JGS51 When thosufferiug multitude, who
may escape tlio trials and pinoliings of tho
uard winter beforo us, by living through
it a3 best its terrible severities may per
mit, will they not yearn (or a revival of
tlio good old days of I'oaco and Plenty ? '
Will not tho two hundred thousand widows
in weeds, and half million of orphans in
rags, pray loud, and with mot pileous
beseeching, through tho gloomy days and
dark nigliti, for the comforts if not the
joys and gladness of the good old davs of
Peace and Plenty ? Where shall thoy
turn thcis imploring eyes ? Where shall
thoy direct their tearful petitions ? To
. it. n
t'Od, and tho American Congress
, . . , .7
any other quarter vested with power, they
can expect nothing but frowns and loud
demands for blood, blood, and still moro
blood ! God hardened the heart of
Pharoah, who went on to his destruction, j
whilt the chosen peoplo met with safe de
liverance, in our nay, ts there no I'lin,
, roah? Who aro the Egyptian hosts I
Is not our tied Sea the ocean of blood
through which wo are moving 1 There is
hope ! Peace aud Plenty will return.
SS Hundreds nay, thousands aro
afil etcd with that distressing malady, tho
Dyspepsia, and would gladly avail them
selves of auy means of relief. Thu fol
lowing is highly recommended as a afi'ablo
cure : Tako a now axe, weighing about
four pounds, and put a whito hickory
handle in the ton of the axo, fill the
hole with gum camphor, aud seal it up.
Then tako the ase and cut vigorously at
a pile of cord wood, until tho heat of tho
band dissolves tho gum camphor deposited
in tho end of the handle.
C&y The pticc of printing papar lias
again advabced. Newspapers are now
pacing over one hundred and fifty per
cent, more for paper than formerly. If
this advance coutinues, (and wo euo no
prospect of any thing else,) it will bo ab
solutely necoaaury to raiso tho price of
subscription. No articles havo increased
moro in price than thoso used by uuws
papcrs, and readers must expect to pay
at least enough to prevent absoluto loss to
the publishers. j
i1 Many persons do not know tlw 1
counterfeit fifty cent postal currency from i
the genuine. There aro marks on tho
spurious that if observed, will at onco
show thu counterfeit. On tho counterfeit
tho final "I'V in the words " United
States Postage," over tho head of Wash
ington, is dropped, and the letter "S," in
the word "Treasurers," exlouds higher
up than tho other letters. Another tcH
is that, in tho spurious, tho ",'' in the
".void ''Depository," does not touch the
borderon the back of iho note.
ftdS" Miss A. D. Wnnn's Card, in our
columns, will elicit attention. Her Stock
of Goods aro very choice aud well selec
ted this lact is amply attcstod by the
host3 of Ladies who daily throng her
Jjancy btoro. n o coulu wisu tliero were
a few moro Ladies in Bloomsburg, of Miss
Webb's good tatto and judgment, who
know the proper appreciation of judicious
jR2f Twelve men wcro procured out of
over threo huudred drafted in Montour
county. Brower ot tuo American says,
one of tho number ''is a Bcpublican and
will mako a splendid soldier " Moutou
beats (Jolumbia in this rospect. xot a
sinulo Abolitionists to our Ktiowlcilo in
, Oo, bin count th.u waj (,nlfted,
They aro Mill bfro boastini' of
5? Wo havo boon requested to an
nouueo through out columns, that all who
wore drafttd in Columbia county, and
have not reported at Troy, and all who
havo Lecn furloughcd, will report on
tho lOih of December next, by order of
jCr Tho heavy rise in gold, end con
scquont advance of all commodities in all
noedful family supplies, have sliinul itcd a
demand on tho pait of the various traded
men and nrlizans throughout tho North for
a corresponding advance of wagos.
cyjrThe List of Causes, Jury Lists anil
She riff's Sales oppoar in tho Dmoorat,
A l'OlH tIM: FOR 1,1, !
n i t n i: u m n m o it wo m k n i i
TjTO liunilMiRt lit nn entirely new tiring, Only ihrco
month, in tli country I No clop-trap operation to
Bull tlio public, hut n genuine mono). making thing I
rcad the circular of Instruction onco only, end yon will
understand It perfectly, A Udy has just written to
mo Hint flic Is making nn high ni twenty dollars somo
day I giving Instructions In this art. Thoaaiid of
Hotdicrsnro making money rapidly at it. No person
linn to bo urged to patronize It. It la a thing that takes
belter thnn nnylhing ever boforo ofTered. You can
make money with 11 homo orabroad-nn steamboats or
raiirt.aiicars, and In tho country or city, You will bo
'lci,;Cl" rr.uing it, not only because it win Jicida
handsome Income, but alio In consequence of tho gen-
oral admiration which it elicits. It Is pretty much all
prom, a mere trifle is necessary to start with.
Thero Is scarcely one person out of thousands nhn
over pays any attention to ndvortisomonts of this kl n.l
thinking they are humbugs, Consequently Ihosowho
do send fur Instructions mil Imvn ,, I, r fin it fli lit In miln
l"0,l('J' '" '1'hern Is a class of persons In this world1
w think tl.it because thoy huvo been liuinbujcd nut
of a dollar o, so, that eve rylhlug that is advertised Is a Zll'VwZ Hal H liooi
humbug. Consequently they try noinote. Tho-persan i It will embMco two departments. TueoHLTiCAt. and
who succeeds Istheonn that keeps on In In" until ho 1' uiicai- In the former will bo taught tlioHponcrrlati
hits smnMliiim ih-it i.i.-. i.i... Hysioiiion'cniinianshlp.nthoroiishkuowloilgoorilook
nits somctlilng that paj s him. keeping, tho h-M n d most practical metliuda of com
I his art cost nig one thousand dollars, nnd I expect putlng Interest, I'crcintnge, Discount, llrokcr.igo, In
to mako money out of it-aud all Hlio piirchaso the att "-'ranee. Commission, I'quntloii of Payments, Duties,
of 1110 Will lln tho name. (Inn Ilnllnr .. ! .,,,,,.111
Insuro the prompt ntiiin of a card of Instructions in
theart. Thu nioiiey will be returned to tho-o not sat
Isl'd, WAI.TKR T.TIXSMIV, i
No. 1 Park Place, New York. I
Oct. 21, I8C3-tiio.
VVLMOXAUV COXiU.VI'TOI.Y, CUH.WLE DISEASE.
A CA1U). 1
TO rOXfiUMPTIVlH Thounderslgncd having been
restored to lieallh in ,i few weeks, bynvery slmplo
remedy, after having suffered several years with u so
vere lung nflcctinit, and thut dread disease, constimp.
lion- is nmioiH to make known to his fellow-sufferers
the means uf cure.
To all who deslro It, ho will send a copy of thu pie.
scrlption used, free of charge! with the dlreitlons for
preparing nnd using tlio same, which they w ill tlnd n
sure cure for consumption, asthma, bronchitis, &c
The only object of the advertiser in sending tho pre
scription is to hem 111 tho uflllcted, and spread informa
tion whlrh ho conceives lobe invaluable, nnd he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it 111 cost them
nothing, ninl may provo a blessing.
Parlies wishing tho prrirrldtiou will please address
Rev. HOWARD A. WILSON, Vllliauihurgh,
Pept. v'fi, leC3 -Jin Kings County. New York.
"UIK OONFKSSIONS AND EXPE-
RIIIVrnot'A NIIRVOCS INVALID.- rublished
fur tho benefit nnd as a caution to young men, anil
others, who i utter from Nervous Debility, Caily Decay,
nn.4 tlielr kilnlloil iitlnielll nnl uitii. llin Inenl.s of el f.
cure. Ily one who nas eured himself alter being a vie
tint of misplaced confidence in medical humbug an.!
nuackerv Ily tin losing a post-paid directed envelope,
single copies may b" hit I of tlio .lullior,
NATIMNint. M AYPAIK. Usij.,
Ileilford. Kiiil's lountv. Sew-York.
January 51. D03 ly.
, A Gi;ntli:mkn. cured of Nevous De
bility, tin ninpetciicy, Premature Decay and Youthful
l'rror, in tuateil by a di-sir.j to bi-nelU otheis, wi'l oo
happy to furiii-li to nil who need it (free of cliarue) tlie
recipe and direction fnr uiakln;; the biiupln Ri medy
usetl in Ills case. Tbnsu wi.hiuiMn prolii by his ex
pent'iire and possess n Valuable Remedy will receive
ho same, by return mail, (cap fully sealed; by uddres
ting JOHN II. ()(!I)i:.
No, t;u Nassau Street, N. Y.
I New York, August 13, IMi3. llm
Uniiormltyof Trices ! A New reature in ttusslin'ss
Ilv, ry "no his onu Hilesinaii! JDNI.H I'O. of tho
CresentOnu Piiro Clothing fctore, No. 'JUlMnrketstrccl
abnie tiixth, Piiil.ididphi i,
In ad litiuii to having the largest, most varied nnd
fashionable stock oi'Cluthiug in Philadelphia mniloc x
nruMdv lor r.tail sales, have constitute,! tvery one
bis own saleuutu, by liaviug unrUod in luiires, oueanli i
nrti-leatthi- very lowest price it can be sol.t fur so they j
runiot iii'siblv vary ,111 inukt buy ulipe.
'Ih. L'oo.ls arc M-ll sponged and pri-paredniid great
pains t ikru with the ii'ikius so that ulli.ui buy with
the full assurain-a ot getting a goo-l nrtirlo at the ery
lovN hi priee. ,Mmi, a large stuck rfpi-ee goods on hand
of tin' latest etyle and bei-t (pialities, whiih wi I lie made
to order, in tin- inot fashionable and best manner, 23
per c, lit, hi low credit prices.
Remember the l.'resient, In Uarkctnbove Pixth street
o Ml. JuNllri & CO.
I D1TOR lir HUMOUR AT, Dear Bir : tVitli your
ermis-ioii I wish ou to say to Hie n aih'rs of your
iiperthat 1 uiU si'iiil by reluru mail lo all who wish
I, (.("renin Reel pis Willi fu'l instructions lor making
nun lining a simple YegtMublo i.alm. Ihat will ell'-du
oily remove, in lOdnys. pimpbs bh-trli. s. t.ni, freckles
mid all impurities of the skin, loaving the s.imo soil,
cb-ar. smoolh uiiu hLiiutifiil.
I ill also mail freetu thosn having Raid Heads or
Rare faces, siuiule ilirti lions and iiiformnlion ihat will
enable them to start u full growtli of Luxuriant Hair,
Whisker, or a Moustache, in less ihan days. All
applications arisncred by return mail ithiiut charge,
TllO-f. K. I IIAPMAN.CIieinitt,
July 25, IP03-'Jin No. Kll Rroadwjy, New York-
.MAIIAMC PORTER'S t L' it ATI VI! RAI.StM lias
long ti'st -,1 the truth that there aro firt priuriples in
.Muuiciiiu lis there is In tlvuuce, and this icdn mo is
coitipounded on pituiipl,; suited to the inanil'uld na
ture of .Man ! 'I lie euro of Colds is ill keeping open
the pores, ami creating a gentle internal warmth, and
this is caused b the usu of this Mt-ilidne. Its remedial
qualities are based nn its power to as 1st ihe liealihy
nnd Mgoroils mentation o bluod Ihrongh the lungs, il
i iiliveus the muscles an I nssists tho skin to perform
its duties of iegulnting the heat of liio system, and in
gently throning on" the waste substance fioui the sur
face of thu body. Il is not a voili nt remedy, but eniel
In-lit, warming, sean Inns and rilWtive. tiold by ull.
drugliisls at 13 and 'J5 ctiits per bottle.
J ul u'J, leo3- 3m
Columbus itlalc am! Female Acadoiay,
Anil Normal Institute.
rpHR next Term of this Institution will commence on
L Monday, the -' I day of November. Ir-ti.'t. It is very
Important that all Students should be pnser.t on tlu
first lay of the term, if possible
it. S. lllNtillA.M, A. ,M.. Principal.
New Columbus, Uu 31, Ir-UM.
EST If AY.
PiAMT, to the jiremlses r,f ike subscriber,
low iishin, Columbia county, on or about the first of
August last, n
of a black color, itli Mhito spots Tlio owner is re
j nested to orme nron"r.y. pay rliarges and tako him
away nlheriMseue will tie ditpo.cn of according to
llle directions of lliu law,
Centre twp., Nov 7, 16u3-Jt
ADMINI8TK ATOK'S NO I'lOE.
Estate of Piter less, dec'rl.
rlTTniti of ndtiiinistrntinn on tin Cstnte of Peter
a Hess, late of n-;arlnaf twp., Columbia rn., dee'd.
have been Planted by the Regisior of Columbia co., to
tho undersigned i a-. I persons having chums against tlio
state of tlio decedent are requofte.l lo presi lit t lions to
tlie Aduiiuisir.itor at his ro.idenee in saidlown -
shi ii. without de it v. and n I nerons inUeUieil to niato
pa) ment forihw itli.
1IENKY CHESS, Adm'r.
Nov. 7, 1113. (lv $J (111.
fPIIE peoplo of tlio county of Columbia
J. are n'spcrtfiilly. inl'uriucd tliut tlio uudcrsigne.1
lias fu. fule, nt the
REl'OR DEtVS OFFICE,
n, n,tu,niti,n nll, 1,1't'n .evri i--iipiprs'r
l,L.KfJJI ie ilv. . ...... ...... . ..........
To bo found nuywhero in tlio County, consisting nf
Note, Letter, l.egnl ami cop rnper, reus, nuiue-rs,
Pencils, Ink mid Envelopes ; .1LSO
NEW ANU SECOND-HAND BOOKS,
fimnrt. me lhhiorv. l'uetrv. Fiction.! ho-
PfSfL ology and the classics.
y of Helm's London publications.
win clt .elei'llnns can liomaile, nml Hooks
moks fiirnuiied to
Ne ,v otk Agents.
order I by special arrangement will
nnd fpciclies; nnd ropics of tlio I'uited Plates, and
Stato Conslliutioii . m larious stiles, always on hand.
joiln u. nu;ci:.
Uloonulmrg, Nov. 7, IPfiS
ADM IN isJTUATOR'S NOTICE
Estate cf Eiins. Pettier, dee'd,
LETTEIWofndiiilnl.tratlnii nn tlio Eslnto of Ellas
renlerdate of l'iIiingcreek twp. Columbia cu.,dc'd.,
hiiNUbccn granted by tlio Register of Columbia coto tlio
undi rsigued i ull persgns having ilaiiiisiigaiuslllie es
tate ul' Ihe dcredtut uru ri'ipu stc, I to present tlienito
the undersigned, at I is residence ill said Inwnsliip,
Without deluy, and all pcrwiis indebted tu make pay-
incut forthwith. , ,
JACOU I'EALUll, Adm'r.
Oct. 31. IcM-Cw 3?.
'mw bAmm mm
THOMAS DROWN, Rarb'.r.
IlLOOMSnU'RC, COLI'MBIA CO.. '.'A.
?nep in Oouit House Alls) nsat tht Dtnurtl Ofttcf
Fore mtirr i4, Itfr3
HPIIE next lorm of this Institution will
X comincnco November 10 1803.
Since llm Ute lira cnnsumlnglho Hoarding flail, now
brick buildings havo been erected and thooldonos en
tirely temrvnted. Thn ncwcli 'pel Is In tho coutcr build
lug, Is much larger than tho old one, nnd by slldo par
titions can bo inn do toinc.ttido all the lower (loorsoltho
twnnnw wlngsi nltm ether innklng tho largest nudl
enco room In Northern Pciiniylvnnlii.
Itfrltntlnli mitintf. lnitflil ri ami. dinlnn linll na tintl
as the buildings throughout havo been mndo in every
respect us ph nuiit dnd convenient as thoso of any
scunuiui inc couinry.
Tlio tadirs roach the chnncl. recitation rooms nnd din
ing hall without going Into iho open air.
A full board of thoroughly educated, experienced nnd
successful lenchcrt. n superior Chemical and I'hltnioph
lint Apparatus, n largo mid wi t! suleitcd Library, ft
valuable Ciiblnot together with all appliances ofn first
class Bcinlnary, ensuru the patrons or this Institution
all thcndvantiigcs they tan desire at school for their
sons and daughters,
I hnn who may wish to prepare the sclvo- for tench
I up will have nsgood udvaNtugcs hero as iitnny exclu
sively Normal Hchnol,
r.liitildo and spacious npnrtments having been fltted
nnd furnished for nOnnm tclal College, no pains will
. .. rf II Ml oe, I II-II1CI I IB. KC.,kCi
eratio g n Hank itli its Notes, Illlls, Drafts, Checks,
Deposit, Ticlcrts, A.C. &c.. Wholesale ami llitnll
stores; Post. Railroad nnd Blenniboat nfllces supplied
with all customary fixtures. Special attention will bo
given to lliisinrss Correspondence, Rules l.nvvs.Cilstoin
and Oiierations. ni.il noth Ins will be omitted which
may tend In the thnrtcst possible timo and in the best
manner in prepare siuuenis lor siintss In me uusiness
uiiin's nun employment oi in,'.
Tin rn will nlo b) established in thu College two
Telegraph tilllces fiirnWicJ with superior Instruments
und they will be rendered as complete in eety rospi ct
us tlio best oihci's In tho American Telegraph Compa
ny. Tlie teat her of this branch i n practical operator,
und will give alt necessary nttentlnii to his department
Such will bu tho fnr.llltle-.ror iit'piiring tho nrt of Tele
graphing that slU'lc'iil til l bucnui'j prailic.ll operators
111 a very short lline.
Ilv tniincitliig this department with the Acndemie
tho entire evpeuso foru Commercial cooro is reduced
ono-lia I' h.it is usually charged In schools exclusively
.oumorciai anu yet uiu nuvaiiiuges ncru nra unsur
Dlploir.as w ill ho awarded to those who satisfactorily
complete tho Course, and vn shall taku great plenturo
in nldin in all suiJi to sei ure situations in business.
Bv" r-'end fora Circular.
Appllcntinrs t'nr nduiifslon to the College or Hemlnary
or lor liirther particular in regard to either, may bu
nddresiod to It. NUI.MIX,
Oct. 31, ItfliD-Ov.'. KO'sto-i. Ta.
In the Orphans Court for the County of
Coltimbi'i, Estate of Uiorgc llartman,
late of Benton township, acccasal.
A LL persons interested will Inko notice, thnt the un-
I dersliiiied, iippoiuted Auditor by tho Orphans'
Court of Columbia county, to settlcRnit adjust Iho r.iteg
nd proportions of ilia b.ilanco or aseta m tho hands
r '0rgu M- llurtmnii, CaccuUt of Ceorgo llnrtninn,
deceased, to and among the respective ereilltors of tho
i deceased, ucenrdin; to the order i i-tablisltod bylaw,
,wlll niei t tlie patties interested at lioliett 1'. Clark's
ollice, in i'.loouisburi:. on Tuesilav th: '.'Hi of Noveni
her, ISbS, lor tho purposes of tils appointment, when
und hem all parlies Interested aro requested to pro
sent tluir claims, or be debarred from coming in torn
kliare uf such ussets.
ROnF.liT 1'. CLARK, Auditor.
IllooniFbiirg, Oct Ot, Icd.l- -lis J.
In the Orphan Court for tho County of
Columbia; Kbtatc ot John M. Bucka
lew, late of iMshingrrct'k twp., ilccM.
t hit piTsniifi iiitcreeU'il will tako notice, thnt the
t umlt r-ijiiii'il iippnint'il Aiulilor l) Hit' Urp huffs
Court of the toutity of Columbia, ou rxofptloni filed
to th'1 uicuunt of William lluckulru , tmu uf thu Dice
titor of .lulin M. Itui k:ilt, dfcM.. . ill inccl thu par
tics iiiltTLU'tl al thu KiOTiU-r - Uihru, in IIlouitiLhur
mi ciIhumIhv, thf twenty-filth ilti uf Novuinber,
A It IhI.'I l'..s lliu ii1lrt.i..ii nf 1 1 1 a .. n .i i 1 1 ( 1 1 1 i. li I It li11
a,;, i,c,ro'a parti. inuresteU aru re'iueatud lo at-
tend if tbuv Hunk nroo. r.
Illoonisburg, Oct. 51. let;3.- Wri.
In tlie Orphans' Court for the County of
Columbia, Estate of Solomon Swank,
lato of Beavcf towt'ship, dee'd.
A I.I, prisons ilitrntlid will take notice, that tho
n tlllilel slglieu iipjioiuien .Miwuor ny iiiu wrpoiins
Courl of tlO' coiiniy of Columbia, on exceptions tiled
to the ncioiiut ot Tiiinou Rllteuliouse, and RciiIkii
r-waiik. itilmti.istratnrKof Solomon Suuuk, dee'd., will
niei1! tlie parties interested at tlio Ricorder's Ollice, ill
lllooio'liurg, on Thursday, thu' In enty-sivtli day of
m- ber. letil. for tho iiiirnosu oi bis aiiiiotntiueut
wii'm and wiiereall patties interested are .-e'lue-ited I
to attend il they tntim proper.
U CSI.r.Y WHIT, Auction.
Mounisburg. Oct. SI, lc03.-11-4J.
In Iht Orphrii' Court for tin Ceunry of Columbia, JTs
(ci( of J'.dicin Holmes, late of h'Ukiiicrcc'i taic -ia in,
1.1. persons interested will take notice ihat th" un
dersigned nppuinteil Audilor by the Orphans' Court
of Columbia county, to repoit Uislribntlou of the bnl
ancc in tlie hands of Mary W, Holmes, administratrix
(ifCilvtiu llotmes. ileci aged, to and iitnoiu tlio respec
tive rfi ditorfi ot tho deieUcnt, according to ihe order
estnbli liod by law, will meet the parties interested at
the ollice of linb rt I'. Clark, in Illoonisburg, on Wed
nesday, the tweiity-llflli day of Noicmter, ItJfKI, for tho
purii'se rf ills appoinlineut, ulicn iintl i liere all parties
nteretsted are re-pnicd toiiresent tlieir claims, or ba do
barred i'uiui coming in for a share uf such assets
M 11 JACKSON, Auunon.
Illoomsb.irg, Oct. Jl, lcli3-dtS3.
AUI'ITOR S NOTICE.
In tho Orphans' Court for (he county of
Columbia i Eftnto of .lohu 1'iico, dec'tl.,
ALL. persons uill take nntire that the undersigned
appointed Auditor bv Hie Orphans' Court uf (Colum
bia county, to make distribution nf tlio balance In tho
hands uf I. cms Vett-r, Administrator of Jiliu Price,
dec il , will UHit tlie parlies interested ul Robert 1'.
Clarl: " Ulliee, in Itloouisb irg, on I L i:UA . Novem
ber 'JSlh IbIiU, at 1U o'clock, i ri.. for tho purpose of bis
appointment, when unit where ull persons interested
are requested to prt sunt their claims or be debarred
from coining in lor u share of such usuts.
RUIII RT F. CLARK, Auditor.
Illoonisburg. Oct. 31, lcC:i-4w$i.
A I). MI N I S TU AT U U' S NOT I CU.
Estate of John Whitenight, tUc'l,
KTTKI1S of administration on tho cs-
ypt.Ue ot'Juliii U'liiteiiielit Into of Dlnonl township
I'olumbi.i cuuuty. deci useil, havu been Krantcd by the
ltegist-rif said enmity In thu tha underngned iilm ro
sides ill tin -aniu t w il i-l: i i ; all pcrsuns having cliiiius
iuaiiist the oMnlu of the Uece.tei.t aro ree,ueBtcd tu pro
' sent them to the iidmlniHriitnr at ills residence witli
1 out ueiny, anu an per.ous iiiui-uieu w iiiuku iiuyiiie-u ,
Oct. 10, IP03-
" ESTRAY COW.
(Iame lo tho prt'itiisc? of tho puliscriber,
J tn.Lricusi t unsliip, I'liluinblai'Diiiity, on or about
Iho I3lh of hi 1 1 u bi r l;it
DAUK DUIXDI.i: COI',
blind in one (), The owner is reipiostid to conic
I forw.ird, prove pn-porty, pay ehargeB nnd tako lur
t nwuy, oiiierwise tlio mil be uisiioped oi' us the taw di
' reels. DAMIIL IIOVLU.
Ortnber -I. 1H..,-.IW91
Pame to the premises of tlio sulifcribfir,
Vy m Sugurloaf township, (
Columbia county, about
the lir.l of June last.
It E D
nr. ie FEU.
supposed to be about tun vcars old, Willi n slit in tho
I right ear n n.l n piece out under tell car.
I'liu owner is
,e"iuete.i to proyo pruperty, pay charges,
uw.iy, or she will bj dt.pneoi ot aecuriiiug
i ' niv
und Like her
1,ME to tlio premises of tho subscriber,
, (vmro township, Coluinbiii county, on or about
liio inlddlo of September last, a
tlio mlddlo of Scptemb
1IL.1CKAXD milTE SP01TED HULL,
supposed to bo ubuut ouu year old. Tho owner is re
qui . ted to prove prop' -tv, pav charges and take him
uway, cr hew ill bo du . , of uee, n iug to law.
L'entro twp . Oct 21. I n.l. 3wl
j'S1 i.xy now.
Ctnmo to tho pr uiiscs of tlio subscriber,
In Locust Tow n.l p, in Columbia county, on Tues
day, September '."Jill, I 3, a
iilack & w ri i; sporriu) cow.
Tho owner is rcqiiesi d to coma forward, prove prep
crty. pay charges, mu iku her nway. or iho will bo
dlspused of according , - law.
C IRISTI AN SMALL.
October 17, 1603 CI.
H-ItlSHJ10.il eS, IIHOTI11JHM.
T 0 B A 0 0 0 D E A L E 11 ?
AO,103,NOll TU TUIItU STUIiflST
Fit c uoorsbolow Hare .
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
IN rURBUANOn of an order f tho Orphans' Court of
1 Columbia county, nn Saturday, tho twenty eighth
day of November noxl, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon,
rcteri:nt, administrator or Alein Msrr, lata tiftlcott
township, in said county, deceased, will exnoso Co aslo
by Public Venduo, on tho premises, a certain
Tract of Land,
Situate In ticett township, In rai l county,
til Ginning nl tho north corner ofCaleb llar-
loirs inrni, Doing on ino norm nuo
01 i iirpari no, j, ami lying uasi 01
Caleb ilnitnn and I. lias Krum, nnd
adjoining John Uoblson on tho
south, nr.. I Harmon Klluo and Jacob Keller on tho enit,
and twenty perches, strict measure. I.ato tho Kstato
of said deceasnd, situato ill thu township of Hsott nnd
Jacob IlrtntT. Clerk,
TP.RMS.-Ono fourth of tlio purrhnso iiioncy to bo
paid on confirmation of sale, and balance In one year
from ctiiillrmutloii, with Interest from confirmation by
the Court. l'llTllll UNT, Administrator.
Illoomsburg, Octobsr 31, 1BU3.
Orphans' Court Safe
IN pursuance of an ordr of tlio Orphans' Court of
Columbia county, un
Saturday, the. Mist of Novcmlcr, 1603,
t lllo'clork In the forenoon, Amsy Whilenlght and
Mnry Wliilcnlght. iidmiiilitrntcrs.ic.of Peter Whlto
nk'lit, late of Hemlock lownsliip, In said county, ilec'd.,
will cxposo to sale, by public vendue, on the premises,
i PIECE OK LAND,
I and Real llstate, bounded and described as follows, to
wit: -on tlio North by Ian I or lieorgu w iiiieingin, on
the Uast by laud ot Mntliias Whitoiilght, on Iho tiouth
l.y land of Poswell t'elk, ami oil lha West by laud of
CONTAINING EIGHTEEN AGUES.
I.ato tho estate of said deceased, sllu-ito In thctowv
ship of Hemlock, and county aforesaid.
. JACOI1 UYl'.U LY, CUrk.
TIlllM.- OP SAI.r. : Tenper rent, of tlio one-fourth
of tlio purrhnso money to bn paid on dnyorsalui one.
foiirthless thu ten per cent, at the confirmation of thu
sale, mid the baiuuco m onu year from conllrmutiun
witli Interest from confirmation.
October 'i I, liKI.
First Great Arrival.
Tlio ltndersignrd, has, Just replenished his Stora
Houscin Oraugovllle, with a well-selected asssrotuiont
f PALL & WINTER GOOI'S
Consisting in part of Cloths, Silks, Muslins, Cnssl
inere.diiighaiiis, Callrnes, Shawls, Hosieries, Carpets
and I.aiiiis' 1'amv Dblss C.oods, generally, from 11 tu
7jctsaud Prints from IJ( toijets.
IEADY MADK CLOTliijSG
Hats, Roots &. Shoes JlJckcrcl Alulaasscs, Sugar &.
With all oilier artlles. usually kent ill couutry St res,
to which ho Invites tho early intention nf old und lew
customers. Having been nt the City in the right lime
hiHieht low nod putd casli tie w in lie nine to com :ete
with llle he-t, and sell fur small prohts and pr( ipt
pay. His friends aru luviicu to pop in anu sen iho
Ornngeville, Nov 7, 18C3.
Hon. Wilson McCandlcss, Judgo nf tho United State
Circuit Court, President.
Corner Penn and St. Clair Street, PITTSBURGH, I'A
THE I.AROr.ST. CIIAPRST AND RRST.
tfi; nn nuvs fnrn foil Coiiuiicrcial Course.
r5" No cVlia tliingps fos- Jlnnufacturcrs. Steamboat,.
Rn'ilroad nnd Ilink llo ik-Kceplng.
.Ministers' sons nt Halt price. Biuucuts enter ana re
.!.., n, mil 1 1,,,.
'this institution i conducted by cipcriencod Tench
nr o,l iirnriicnl Accountants, w ho ori paro young men
fur active business, nt tho least expense and shortest
time, for thu most lucialivii una icspuusiuio niuaiions.
nininn.g, Draiited for moiit only. Hence the universal
iireferenco for graduates of this college, by business
""i.'.r A rnWI.t.V. the best Penman in thu Union
wlio holds the largest number of tlrst piumiums, and
nver nl I comnetilors. leai lies rapid business writing,
Cirovi.aus oo itaining full intorniaiion sent mm on
application to Iho Principals. ,, . , ,
1H .ii:'Kins i SMITH. Principal.
0T7" Attend where the Sons and CUrks of llusiiies3
.Men anil liatmers grauiiaiu.
April ID, ItjO'J-ly. April I, 18C3.
E.W1LIS1I, CL.1SSiair.AXD COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
T. M. POTTS, PniNcirer.,
.ValJIrmitiM. Ilool. Keeping and .Vaturol
J. D. FATTON, A. M ,
Elocution. Literature, and. Undent and Modern Languages
The Scholastic year is divided into four 'pialtcrs nf
eleven eeks cikIi. commencing as follows: un tlio
second Monday in Aucust.tho llrst Monday in November
the third Monday in January, and liio second -Monday
Per mutter for Itonrdiug and Tuition In Hnjili It, ranpo
from $JJ UDto 831 UU. Languages, Mumc and Draw
ill!! are extra. , , .,
I'or Circulars or further particulars, address the
Principal at Mli.l.Vll.l.i:, COI.UMIHA CO., I'A.
October U, ieo3 ly.
Estate of Alc.vanikr M(tirs,dcccascil.
LETTEltrfof Adiuinistratinn on tho IMute of Aleian
i'or .Hears, late of Locust towiisliip.l'oluiubiii coun
ty, deceased, havo been granted by tho Itegister of Cu-
III 1110 UllllVJI Pl-tn , i..i",h ', .."tur.
lownsiiip ei'ii ou i ,lr '"".' . ' ' ,J . . r ,.
..nr.nM, n,.tr-l,t,,,l ta llioko DUVIlie I) t flirtil W itil.
r "I'ETEtt K. llllltllElN,
JOHN YEAOElt, Jr.,
Aug.ca, ura-cwSi oo.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ,
Estate of Jcrtmlih K Ileus, dccl. !
Lcttoi'3 of adminiitrution tic bonis non on I
on Iho estate or Jereiuinli K. Iless, l.ite of Centre
township, Columbia county, deceased, have been gran- i
te.l by tho ltegister ot' said county to tho iiiulcrsiunid I
al persons li.n nig claims again. t tlio estato of tho He
eedeui are renuested lo tiri'i,ent them to the Ailminis- I
trnlors without del.iy, and nil persons indebted to inaku
Ol OIlOn K. lirSri, Centre,
jour.' w. nr,isi:it.h!cott,
Administrator da lononis net.
Hept. II, ier.3,-0w$J
fttf TNVITES tho attention of every readorof
Vt.n. 1 this paper, winch includes many thousand
fI Aof lii. old patrons nnd m quiiliitances T" Ins
&JjeUuiiiiiially large ami beauliful vurity of
AMERICAN uud IMPORTED WA'ICIIES, CLOCKS
and elegant designs of JEwEI.RY. Silver Ware, lie,
703 Mnrtct Street, PHILADELPHIA.
Mauh leb3- I'.'m
Attorney at Law,
Hazlctun, Luzerne co,, Pa.
IUrrrsn to lion. JoUn Walls, Lewisburg, Pa.
William Cameron, President of tlio Luwisbuig Bind.
1 11. Paeker, President of tlio Northumberland Hunk.
Illoonisburg, Juao 27, lHt)3.-ly.
BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKEYS,
GINS, AND LIQUORS, GENERALLY.
A'o. 3'J6 JFalnul Sits., between Ot ) -ith
C. II. HENRY. Traveling Agent and Salsstuan.
KT-Orduis REsri:rTrULi.Y Solicited.
November '.'.'. I tsi.2. y.
502 Mnrket St., Philadelphia
flMPORTEItof Toys, Pipes nnd fancy Article.
9 Tho larger! vanity H Pipes, 'Io)s, llaskets an
I'ANCY 0O0IISTO HE I'OONH IN ill II CITY.
Picas cull and Examine,
iTANTED- AA rAASHlNGLKS
50d,nn,) fet of IVv.'v-' Lumber of all
nils for weich Hip highes7, niarkfl prices will be rsid
ni5(M,nn,) fet of
kinds for weich t
ichange lor coodf
Jsruvtown, Mayv, Hr3,
A HIGHLY CON0PNTRATE1)
A PURE TOJSJC.
Dlt. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa.
WIl.l. rlTectunlly euro Mvcr Cofti'plftldt, Dyspepsia.
Jsundlcc, Chronic or Nervous heblllty, Diseasoa
nf the Kidneys, and nil diseases ariileg from a dliur
dsred l.tvor or Btoinsch,
tion, Inward Piles,
Fulness of Itlood tnths
Head, Acidity of Ihe Htoiuach
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust f"r Kood,
rulnesi of weight In thu Stomach. Hour
Eructatlons.S'inklngor Fluttering nt tho lit
of the Binmach, Swimming of th Head, Hur.
rled and Dilllcult Ilreitblng, fluttering at tha
dealt, Choking or rtulfocatlng t-'onsatlntu when in a
lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or.Wobs
biifuru tho sight, I'erer ond Dull Pain In
tho Head, Deficiency of Vcrsplrallon,
Ycllownets nftlioHkin and tlyes,
l'l in in tho Side, Ruck, Chest
Limbs, kc, Suddeh Flushes
cf llctit. Iliimlng in I In
I'lcsh, Cnnstntit llu
ailnliigsofevil, Il depression
r of spirits.
And will positively prevent Vellow l'ever.- Rllltous
Fever, tc. 'I 11 y c nlnln no Alcohol or bad Whiskey,
They will euro the above diseases in ulnety nlno
cases out of a hundred.
Induced by the extensive sato and universal popu
larity of lloollaml's Herman Hitters, (purely vegeta
ble,) hosts of Ignorant Uuacks and uiiscrupulcns ail
venturers, have opened upon sufl'iring humanity the
flood gates of Nostrums in tlio shape or poor wlitsKey,
llcly compounded with injurious drugs, and chris
tened Tonu s, iitouiacliles and lllttors.
Howarc or the Inuiimarnblo array of Alr.nnoli prep
pactions In plctliorii bottles und big bellied kegs, un
der the modest uppi Ration of Hitters; which Instead
of curing, only aggravate disease, and leavu llm disap
pointed tuner in uuspair.
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS !
Are not a new and untried article, hut havo stood
ho test of fifteen vcars trial by tho American nubile '.
and their reputation and sale, aro not rivalled by uny
v 1 ho proprietors havo thousands of lsttors faoui tho
Testifying nf their own personal knowledge, to lb
beneficial effects and medical virtues cftheso Hitters.
Do you want tomtthing to ttrtnglhm you
Do you trant a pood apptllttt
Do you leant lo build vv yrvl- Conttiution f
Do you it to feci r
Do ion uant to get rid of nirvontnm J
Do you vant energy J
Do you Knnttoslcrp tcellt
Do you want a Irhk and vigorous ftclinc t
If you du, use llOOl'i.AND'rf (JKRVAN BITTRIta.
Vrom p. J. Kevlon Uroirn, D. D., Editor of t As iwnctr
clopcdia of Ilcligtous Jinotclejgc.
Althnttsli not disnnscd to favor or reco limend Patent
Aledicincs in geii"ral, through distrust nf their incro-
dicnts and cifects ; I yet know of no sullicieiit reasons
why a man may not testify to the benefit he believes
himself to have received from any slinnlo nrenaration.
in tlio hone that ho may thus contribute tuthc bcni.ni of
1 do this tho moro icndily In rernid to Ileoll.ind a
German Hitters, prepared by Dr. I.', Al. Jackson, of this
city, because I was prejudiced against tl.nin for many
years, under lie impression Unit they were chiefly an
ul oliolic mixture. I am indebted to my friend Robert
e hoc-maker, I.sq., for tho removal ur this prejudice by
proper tests, und fur onrouragement to try them, when
su tiering from great nnd Inui! continued debility. Tho
usu of threo bottles of the-u Hitters, at the beginning
of tlie present year, was tullow.u by evident relict,
nml restoration to a ncgree or unmiy ninl mental vigor
which I had not felt fnr six months before, and had at
most despaired of regaining. I therefore thank Cod
and my friend for directiug mo to the use of them.
J. NEWTON UROW.V.
Philadelphia, June 21, ISG1.
There Are many prrparatfoits told vnthr tht name of
Miters jmttn quart bottle . compounded of the cfteayest
vhhketj or common, rum. costing from to -1U cmts jier
gallon the taste dhguiied by .inue or Coriander Seed.
Tliiarlussof Hnter has cotisL-d nml will eoiitjmiQ
to cause, as long ns thoy (..in be sold, hundreds tu dia
lliu dontli of the tlrunkanl Hv their uso the system ti
ki'pi cu utlriually mulcr thu intluciicu of alcoholic stim
uliiiiH uf tho worst Kind, tlu desire for J.i'pior U crea
td and kept up, and tho reniilt is all tho horrors at
teniiant npun a drunkards lift; and death.
Vor thot-e who desire and will have a Unior Hitters,
wo publish the following receipt, lift one huttlo of
llou'laiiil'a Oermaii liiiHTs and mix w.tli three quarti
if good brandy or wliukcy, nnl tho result will boa
preparation that will far exrnl in inudical virtues and
tiuo exccllanco any of t!io iiumeroua Li-j'ior Ki'turn in
the iiiar'riLt. and will cost -utah k-ss. You will havu
ult tho irtitcb of Mnnit.ind's Uiilura in connection with
a good nrticlc of Liquor, at a nnuh lesj pricj than
these inferior preparations will coit ou.
AND THE rniENES OP SOLDIERS.
W'cc.ill attention to oil hnvin; relations or friends
in the nrmy to the fuel that 'HOOI't.AMl'S German
Hitters" will cure nine-leuihs of tho dii ases induced
uy axposures ami privaiinns iiiciiieui 10 cnuip me. in
i the lifts, pablisliod nunost daily in the newspapers, on
I the arrival oi tlio sick, it wjll bo noticed that it very
liireo nronortijii nre Mifl'eriui! di bilitv. Evi ry case of
that kind can bo readily cured by Iloolland's Ccinian
litters. Diseases resulting from disorders of the i i-get-tivo
ormins are speeilily retlioved. Wo have no
hesitation ill stating that, if llieso lllttors wcro freely
ued umnng our soldiers, hundreds of lives might bo
savcil lliai oinernisu win u : h si.
Wo call particular attention to the following remark .
able nnd w ell authenticated cure of one of tho nation's
heroes, whoso life, to use his own language, "Ills been i
saved by tlio Hitters." ,
1'int.AOFiriiu, August 23, 1PC2. '
Messrs. Jones!? .'runs. Well, gtnilemen, your Hoof,
land's t.i rman Hitters lrts saved my life. There is no
inlKtnk in tins. Ills vouched tor by nu'.nlieiB of my
my case. I am, and haiu been foe the ast tour years,
I the exposure attendant upon my nrdnrousdulics, I was
uttaiked in November last with inllumuiatiun of tl-.o
! InliL'S. mill wns I'or sne-fiilv.tu'0 ilnvu in thf hiibttil:,!.
was then removed trout tlio Wiuto House, and sent
to tins city on buitrd tlie Steamer "tu e nf .Maine,"
from who li I landed ou tlio Srtli of June, tiinco Hint
lime I h.tvo lieru about us low as any one roiild bo and
still retain a spark of vitality. I'or n week or moro I
was scarcely able to swallow anything, and if I 'Hi
force n morsel down, it was immediately thrown up
I could net even harp a glass of water on my stomach,
Life ciuild not lu.l uniler these circumstances ; and, nc- '
cnrdiugly, the- physicians who hud been wurKIng laitli
fully, Ihuiigh iiiisiiecei.s''ully. to resrito We from the
grasp of Hi dread At'ln r. Iiankly told too they could
do no iiioi o for me. nnd ad i'd mu to see a clergyman,
und make such disposition of my limited funds as Lett ,
sillteil me. .li liCMuaintaiice i nu viiueu mu ui mu
hospital, Mr. t rederuk pteinbron, of tiixih below Arelt
ndvised me, us a forlorn hope, to try nur Hit
ters. and kindlv nrocured a bottle, from th'i timo
coiiimelleeil taking incm run gioomjr snauiiw ot i eaiu
receded, uud 1 am now, thank God for it, getting In tier.
Though I have taken but two bottles, I li.ivo gained
ten pounds, and 1 feel sanguine of being permitted lo
rejoin my wifu nml daughter, from whom I huv heard
not li i n a lor eighteen months: for, gentlemen, lain a
loi.il Virginian, from the t u nuty of i'ront ltoyul. To
tour valuable Hitters I owe- the certainty of life wnlcll
has t.iki u tho place of vague fears to your Hitters
will I owe lh. glorious privilege uf again clasping to
my bu.-iui tk.'se who are dearest to mo in Uf'.
Very truly yours,
' IiAAU HA LONE.
We fully concur in the truth of tho at.nvo statement
asweha l dtspaircd of seeing our comrade, Mr. Ma
lnuo. re.tured to health
John Cuddle-bark, 1st New Yotk Ilntory.
li or pi A Ackley, Co. O., lull Maine,
Lewis Chcit.ilier, U2d New York,
). E. Spi-nccr, 1st Artillery. Ilattery V.
II. I'nsewcll, Co II, 3d Vermont,
Henry H. Jerome, Cu. It, do,
Henry T. Muclloiiald.i'n C. t ill Maine,
Juliii I". Ward, Co. E ,5lh Maine,
Heiman Koch. Co. II., "'.'d Mew York,
Nathaniel 11. Thomas, Cu. I", Mill I'crin ,
Andrew J. Kimball, Co. A.. 3d Vermont,
JohuJellkins.Co.il. lUUth Pi un.
lr sill u ex- ui un 1,111 u,
Seo that th .ignnturo of "C. M. JACKSON," Is on
tho Wairrtn of each bottle.
I'ltici: PI.R uorn.K :s i-unts.
ou il alt no., run 41 t.
Should Jour nearest druggist not hate tho article,
do not b'i put i ll' by any of tlie imnxie ting prepara
tions that miy bu nirurcd in its pl.icu. but aeiidtuus,
aud we will torwnrd, securely packed, by oxpruss.
Principal Office and Manufactory,
No. 6!5 1 Ai'di Strce.
Jones & Evans,
(Succoasors to C. M. JACKSON & Co.,)
rt-FOR SALE bv Prugsl'l and Ueitsrs in rvcry
tcn In Ihe United HI-sms.
Til 12 CONSCRIPTION.
On t'ho 'th ins... iho Supremo Court,
setting ot Pittsburgh, delivered its opinion
against tho constitutionality of tho Conr
scription Law. Judgo Lowrio's opinion fa
ablo nnd unanswerable. Wo will publish
it next week.
PROM THE ARMY OP THU POTO-
Washington, Nov. 11. A nontloman
Ml t tm Arnitf of tho Potomao yester
day afternoon, eaya that tho positions of
tho opposing forcea wcro believed to bo
such that our reconuoissancoa may at any
time load to a general engagement.
StJDDIiN DEATH IN READING.
Mr. J. It. Priestly, cashier of tho Hank
of Northumberland, died suddenly at tho
passenger depot at Reading, Pa., on Tues
day morning last.
RIOT IN COAL REGIONS.-POUR
A riot broke out in tho coal region near
Mauoh Churoh, Carbon county, on Fri
day last tho Oth ult., in consequence of
tho inloreoment of tlio Craft. It is repor
ted that four man wera killed, atnoi rr
whom vVai Mr. 0. K. Smith, of tho firm
of Hull, Corlies Si Co., of Philadelphia.
Uov. Uurtin was compelled to lorwaru a
military force to quell tho disturbar.ee.
i, r. iris. l n. SoYk
New Drug Stohl,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
rplin undersigned would Inform their friends and tlw
X public generally, Ihat they have taken the stand for
merly occupied by Ceo. M. Ilagenbiich, iutlic Exchango
lluilding, nn Main street, In Illooiosburi', hero ho haa
Just received a full supply of
Iftrugft, iTEetticitics, E.iiiila ab,
Which will bo sold on moderate terms for ready pay.
Also, NOTION'a generally, of every variety, sortund
I'liysiclans' prescriptions carefully compounded, at
all times nnd on short notice.
Ct- Confectionary of tho best selections, anilr'oda
Water in season,
C.7 A sharo of tho public custom Is respectfully so
licited. EYER & MOVER.
moon-.sburg, April II, 1603.
MISS ELEONORA J, LESCHER,
WILL commence tho Second Quarter of her Heltet
School in the liasemcnt of the Reformed Church
in nioomsbure. on MONDAY, SUCOND OP NOVEM
HEIt, 1603. Tlie School will be divided into three dais
I'HIMARY Including children Just commencing, prico
per Uuartcr of II weeks, $1 OJ.
IXTEltMEDIATE-Ucm'lng Heading, Wilting, Spell
ing, and thoso commencing Geography, Grammar,
and Written and Menial Arithmetic, prico per
auarter, S3 00.
IIIOIIER Including Reading, Writing, Spelling, Gram
mar, Georraphy, History of tin; United Stale!, and
Written und eiitul Arithmetic, $4 00.
Lesions In tho Ornamental branches, viz: Italian
and Grecian Oil Painting, Drawing, N'eedle-work, etc.t
at extra charges.
Persons wishing to have Hair-Work done, such as
Hob nnd Guard Chains, Rings, er Ear-Drops, can bo
nioomsburg. Ta.. Oct, 24. lEG3-gm. r
w a w a ih s s ?
Jewtlry awl Siloer-lf arc.
rjMIE undersigned would respectfully Invito yo-ir nt
X tention lo ills well selected stock of Tine Gold and
Silver Watches. I'mo Oold Jewelry, of every kind
and variety of styles comprising all uf the newest and
most benutiful designs.
Also, rio.lid Silver Ware, equal to Coin-nnd the. best
make of Silver Plated Ware. Each article is warrami
to bo ns represented. ,
K7 Watches of Jowiry carefully ropai red and sat.
(Successors to Staulfrr tc. tlnrley,)
No. 022 Market Sr., i'niL'i.
Sept. S, im 3m.
ROSE MONT CEMETRY.
" Time is JUoney."
HAS it not been fully demonstrated, that It Is great fol
ly to wait until you havu a friend dead, before you
goto look after a place of burial ; then are you least pre
pared to select, j our mind being in a distracted state.ynu
wit) as likely get a bad shape or bad size lotas good and
tleslrabte otic. Uosomouut Cemelry company oilers n
great many nice located lots for sale ; and now whilst
you and your family are in health is tlio time to select 1
Ibtand put it in order, by calling on tlio undersigned you
call be accompanied to the ground, examine them ond as
. I.W.1IARTMA.V, Treaiursr.
Illomiusburg.Sept. 12. 1S03. 3m.
$1AT JO $ A3- OTEi,
(Lato Whito Swan,)
RACE STREET, ABOVE THIRD'
D. 0. SIEGlUSrT l'ftoriucTon.
Eonnertt from Eagle Hotel Lebanon, Pa'
joa. iio'usum, clkrk,
Slarelt 2'J, ISC3 12m.
Etntc of Ilenrti Smith, tlcceascil.
TETTERS Testamentary otj' tho estate of Henry
j Pmitli. lato of Uenton town-hip, Columbia county,
derensed, have icon granted by tlio Register of Wills,
&c., to tho undersigned also residing in said town.hip,
nil persons having claims ngsinst tho estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them to the executor tt
Ins residence in said township, without delny, nnd all
persons indebted to make payment forthw itli,
June 20, leM-Cw. $2
DISSOLUTION OF I'ARTNERSHIl1,
rpllE partnership heretofore existing b.tucen tlie un
J. dersigiied, im rchaiidiziiig under the mime and firm
of Miller if Sirishcr. in Jersejtown, was dissolved by
mutual consent on the 4th of September, 1PKI, AH per
sons indebted to the la'.e. firm w ill plcisn cull nud set-,
tie. 'I ho Uooks, ic., will remain in tho Storo, for tt
slioil time fur settlement.
J. N MII.I.RR,
Jerselnwn, Sept. 12. ISC3 3m.
- I ,,,,,, i..,..j ,.,,rt,,iii.,m ,mm,.
I I . ..'...:'"..'."'.. . ' VV.'.' ' . .
. . uiiu un,. curinmi r.. L7 mi nil 11111 rmiiiiiuj lilts
J. and new cuetouur. tVial ho will cotiliuuj tlio
ut thj Old Etand in Jjrseytown. lo which he lias nddod
.1 SELECT S7O0A-OI-' XEIV OUOIJS,
tnwhlch thd attention of customers and Ou publiois
Jerseytown, Sr pt; li, lBC3-3m.
USSSOl.UTiOX OF PAUTNKUMi:!'.
' rPllE CO 111 rtn.'l-eliin ur, tnf.iri. r t Iht f llff lift W OCIl th(S
, X undcrb'.sueil. trudins ami Mercliandilni: in im-
- , ville. Co i',mhia county, under tnu linn of It, Ishard te
is, w iiissiilv.-.l on Din l.tili nf June. Irn.l. bv inn.
tual ro' .sent. The Hooks, Notes. Accounts, ic, uf tho
late lir ni.nro now in tlie hands of .Mr. Reighurd, in tha
Storo , tor immediate settlement. All persons interes
ted r.viil please call and settle
or.o. P. ttEICII VRD.
Maiuvlllc, Aug. P, leKI-Gw ?i Oil.
BLINDS AND SIMDES.
B. WILLIAMS, No. 10 North Sixth ettcet, Tblla-
dclphia. manufacturer of
Venitia Minds and Window Shades.
IT" Tho largest and finest assnumont in irw city. (
tho lowett prices, blinds paintod ami trii.uucd cqifat
to new, Mnre Phases mado and lettcied.
April 4, leli3.-liu
NOTICE AND CAUTION.
ALL persons are hereby c.iutloned.against trespass
int upon tho uremlacs of tlie iindersigned, in MiiIko
townthlp, Columbia county, either by fishing, bunting
gathering fruit, destroying timber, rr otherwise, under
lliu pains and penalties of the Laws of l'cniis)lam i
in such cases inado and provided.
August 99, lf6.1-3wl
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
A largo assortment of choice Plgars, Tnhncrn. I'lpsi
I'ruits, Coufectioitery nud Notions gene tally, truri'i
rr witli u full stock of HATS and CAPS, constantly on
hand and for sale cheap, at tho "Rlnoimburg Hut Cap
JOHN U. Gilt Tun,
R( omiburj, Marrh 1C. Uf