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Blotimsbprg, Wfdncsday, October ' 10, 1360.
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Resotved, That the convictions ot'the Dem
ocratic parly of" Pennsylvania 'remain un-j
shaken in the wisdom 'and !jiistice:ol tide
qnate protection ot iron, coal,vb'ol. an J o(
the great stapte& of onr country, based npou
the necessities' of a reasonable'revenrie sys-j
' tern of the General ' G vermhent ; and ap-
proving of the views of President' Buchanan
upon the subject of specific duae.-', we
' earnestly desire ouRep'resentatives in' Con-
ires? i o procure such ' modification of the
' existing laws as the nnwise legislation of
' the Republican party in 1857 render abso
lutely necessary to the prosperity of the
: great industrial ' iriWesls of the Stale of
Pennsylvania. Ped at the Reading Con
'ttntion, Mai th'2, 1H60.
'Of Valuable Real Estate.
,TY virtne of authority contained in the
last Will and Testament 61 Cornelius
Reinbold, late of Columbia enunty, decM ;
"the Executors of the taid Estate will expose
lo public a I, on the premises, on SAT
URDAY, OCTOBER 27TH, 1860, at 10
rf'clnck in the forenoon of said daj', the
Real Estate of the said deceased, compns
ins a tract of land containing
OSE ECADRED AXD TEX ACRES,
more or lens, on which are erected the nee
'essary buildings For the accommodation
of purchasers the said tract can be divided
into three parts, rfre
TWENTY FIVE ACRES,
all cleared land, with a very fine building
location and. excellent water. One other
CONTAINING THIRTY ACRES,
about twMtiy-five acres cleared, two fine
springs thereon, and a beautiful s;ie lor
th neces-ary bnildiri'j". One other
CONTAINING OVER FIFTY ACRES,
about seven acred timber 'and, whereon are
(2og ElwcIIing House.,
"Log Barn, and neces.-ary out building, and
an excellent Orchard of various kinds oi;
'trail, in fi e bearing condition, a stream of
water running through the land, and all in
a good stae i-f cultivation.
The above property lies in Locust town
ship, Columbia rrninty, adjoining Lewis
ReinboM Sini)ii Ellis, Jalm P. Levan,
peier Hliohd, Wriahi flushes and others,
within one ball mile from Nutnedia, and
ten wile Irom Ashland. Al-o :
THIRTY ACRES VF TIMBER LAND,
lying abor.t one mile we.-t ol the above
tract, which will be sold in lots to suit pur
chafe s. ft Terms and coudiuous made
"ituown on dav of sale, by
LEWIS K KIN BOLD,
September 19. 1S60.
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
'"I N pnruaiu e of an order of the Orphan's
Court ot CoinmSia county, on SATUR
DAY THE 27 TH DAY OF OCTOBER next,
at 10 o'dock in the forenoon, John G Quick,
'Guaiit an ol the minor children ol Lewis J. !
Bark ley, ei eased, who was one of the
heirs ol Klin2' Berkley, late of Bloom
'lownhip. in said count) . 'e-eased, w:ll ex
, -pose io "ale, by Public Vendue, upon the
premi-es, the ntnlni led o;i-se vemh part ol
A CERTAIN LOT OF GUCUaD,
in Bloouisburg, bounded on I tie sonth by
Alain street, on the vet by West street, on
the iioph t y an Alley, and on the earn by a
'lot of iroumi beloimttii: tf 'he Heirs 'of John
-Ballon. decM ; benijj in from Mxiy-sii feet,
aiid in depib tvo buiutred and lourieeti lee!
inel.ee, whereon are erected a
ISrii-k Dwelling liouc,
-and a FRAME DWELLING, and oiMbnild
inas Laie 'be Estate ot sni.l Lltin Ber
kley, situate in the township of Bloom and
JACOB EYFRLY. Clerk.
BlooKsbnr2. Sep'eniber 19. 186".
ALSO : At the same time and plane, the
Hairs ot the said 'hidings B.trktey, deceas--!,
will orf-r, and expose In public sale the
UKDIVIDKDS -X'SEVKNTHS ofthe above
tlesrribeil propeny. It is a very desirable
location for a private or public residence,
being a corner lot, and convenient to the
business part of town. Term- ami condi
tions made known on the day ot bale.
iJy ord-r of the Heirs.
JOHN J. BARKLEY, Anm'r.
IY virtue of a certain wr'u ot Leuiiri Fa
)cia$, to me directed, is-ued out ofthe
Court of Commoi Please, of Columbia
County, will be expoed to public t-ale, ai
the Court House, in Bloomsbura, on
Saturdt:$, the 20ih day of Odobar, 1860,
t two o'clock in the alternoon of aid day,
a certain TRACT OF LAND, sitcaie in
Piue, late Jladison township and Green
wood township, beginning at a p"st, thence
by land late ot Eii M-ndenhalI, Noith thir
iy two deg'ees, East one hundred and
ninety-five perches :o a pot, thence South
seventy-lonr degieea Ka, forty-two and
eight tenths durchea io a post, thence by
Irani Derr, ard Jonathan Laman, Smub
lorty-three and thrre-fourih degrees, West,
two hundred and eleven and one tenth
perches to the place of besioning, contain
ing TWENTY FIVE ACRES and ONE
HUNDRED AND FORTY SEVEN PER
CHES, strict measure.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
fold as the property of Isaac Tyler.
Sheriff's Office, - i Sheriff".
Bloomsbura, Sep. 26, 1860. J
fT'HE tnnder5vgned executors of Maihfw
McDowell, late of Scofl township, dee'd,
will expose to public sale at Lisht Street,
On Saturday The 20tli Day of Oct ober,
next, lh following property to wit:
A TRACT OF TIMBER LAND,
iuate in Otanae township, containing
about FOUR HUNDRED ACRES, adjoining
Jolin Achenbacn, Nathan Frafihensien and
others. Sid land will be sold in qnauties
to euit purchasers Also, a
riih the building and appurtenances there
to belongirs, situate to the village of Light
Jsreet, frou'ing on Main Street, adjoining
n alley, and lot of Jacob Gloesen on the
tior.h, an alley on the eau, and land of
- Daniel Melick on .be south, containing
Sbout one third of an acre. ALSO, at the
tame time and plarre the following ptTsonal
property to wit:
tne four horse and one three hors?, one
latent Culling Box, one Platform Scale,
nd a variety of other articles loo numerous
Sale to commence at 1 ocloCS p. m. paid
day, when due attendance and a reasonable
tredttwill te siver. by
THEO.McDOWEL ) r
PETER ENT, JjXr a'
Lisbl Stret, Ocu 3, 1850.
STOVE AND TIX-WARE SHOP.
THE undersisned would' inlorm te ciii
zen of Bloombur2 and vicinity, that he
has just received and offers lor sale one ol
the most extensive assortments of COOK
ING and FANCY oTOVES, ever introduced
into this market. The Christopher Colum
bus, James Robb nnd Globe are among the
first class cookina S:oves, all of which are
air-ltght and gas burners. His Parlor stoves
are handsome and the assortment varied
ALSO Particular attention is paid to Tin
Ware and House Spouting, upon short no
tice. All kinds of repairing will be done
with neatness and despatch. GF Country
produce taken in exchange for work.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 3, I860.
IVoticc in-Part itibn.
Real Estate cf Andrew Shoemaker, Lite of 3Lul
ion tmenshtp. deceased.
COLUMBIA COUNTY', SS :
The Commonwealth of Pennsyl-
!r o vania to Jacob Shoemaker. Abfa
j ham Shoemaker, Charles Shoe'm'a
- ker. Catharine Shoemaker, inter
married with Peter Housen, Elizabeth
Shoemaker intermarried with Peter Maxel,
Sarah Shoemakar intermarried with Joseph
Henifers hot, Mary Shoemaker intermarried
with Samuel Shaffer,and to all the heirs and
leo:l representatives of the eaid Andrew
Shoemaker, deceased greeting:
V'ou and each of you will take notice
that an inquest will be held to make parti
tion or valuation, as the case may require,
of the real estate ofthe above named An
drew Shoemaker, deceased, situate in
Madison township, Columbia County, on
the premises, on Thursday, the 22d day of
Viovember next. between the hours ot 10
o?eloiTk in the forenoon anc" '4 o'clock in
the aliernoon of snid day, at which time
and -place you may attend if you think
Witness the Honorable Warren J. Wood
want, Enquire, President of bur Orphan's
Court, at Bloomsburg, the 8th day of Sep
lemoer, A. D. eighteen hundred ari l sixty.
JOHN SNYI Eli, Sheriff.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 26, I860.
jVOTICE is hereby given that leners ol
Administration on the Estate of George
Fetterrr.an, late ol Locust township, Colum
br. county, deceased, have been granted
by li e Register of said crunty, to Reuben
Fahringer and Joiifs Fetierman, both rest
ding in the township and county f aforet-aid .
All persons having -claim or demands
against t he etate ot the decedent are re
queued to make them known to the Ad
mini strators, and those indebted to the es
tate t came lorward and make payment
Locust. Sept. 19: 1860. Adtnrs.
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
Real Estate of Levi Deuel, late of Madison
township, Columbia county dee'd .
COLUMBIA COUNTY, SS :
THE Common wealih of Pennsyl-
!. ) vania to Levi P. Bei-el, Salfie R.
) Beisel, intermarried wiih Wil-
Ji'on, Robert M. Beisel, Henry Kent
Beisel, Narrissa Y. Bei-el, ar.t Suan J.
Beiel, and to all tlie heirs and legal repre
sentafives ofihe said'Levi Beis-l, deceasetl,
greeting : You and each of you will take
notice that an inquest will be held to make
partition or valuation, as the cae may re
qnir, of the real esta e of the above nam
ed I-evi Beisel, deceased, sisuate in the twp.
of Madison an I cr.nniy of Columbia, on
the premesis, on H'cdaeidjy, the 2sl day of
jovembcr next, between the hours ot 10
o'ciotk in the forenoon and 3 o'clock in the
aliernoon of said day, at which lime and
place y ou may, at.tend if yon think proper.
Witness tte Honorable Warren J. Wood
ward, Esq., President of our Orphan's
Court, at Bloomsburg, the Rdi day of Sep
tember, A. D. eisjhleen hundred and sixty.
JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff.
Biromsbnrg. Sept. 26, 1866.
iOW I VOlJlTTOIEr"
The undersigned w II sell between this
and the 20th ol O.oot er, his entire slock ot
HA TS L CAFS A T COST !
All thoe in want of a Good Hal or Cap, at
the lowest Manufacturer's price, will please
A NEW STOVE, with Pipe, for Bar
Ro"m or Office One larae LOOKING
GLASS. I have also, a TR UC K-WAGON.
for sale, nearly new, and of excellent workman-ship,
for either one or two hordes, any
body in want of such an article, will please
call and examine tor himelf. I will sell it
low for cash or short credit.
ALSO, all those that know themselves
indebted, will please call and make pay
ment and those having claims will present
ihein by the lime specified.
S B. ANEWALT.
Bloomsbnrg, Sept. 22d, I860.
ITI oyer's Ilrug Store.
fJHHE undersigned has jusireceired a lresh
Drns, Chemicals, Dyes tuffs,
AND NOTIONS GENERALLY
of the best quality, all of which he will sell
at greatly reduced prices Tor the CASH.
G2"" Also on Land an Improved Fruil Jar,
much superior and cheaper to anything
hitherto ohred in this market. Also a lot of
much cheaper than heretofore.
JOHN R. MOYER.
Bloomsburg, Angnt 23, i860. tf.
MEDICAL DE P A RTMENT,
Nintb Street, Below Locust,
'PIIE Session of 1860-61 will commence
-L October 8th, 1860, and continue until
Marcb. Examinations are cauducted daily
by the Members of the Faculty. Second
t'ourse Students are furnished wiih the
Hospital f':cket without charge. Five Cli
nics (including Diseases ot Women) are
held at the College every week. t Fees :
Matriculation, S5 ; One Full Course, $105 ;
Gradu atton, $30. Applications on the ben
eficiary should be sent before the begin
ning of the Session. Address,
LEWIS D. HARLOW, M.D., Dean.
September 5, i860.
A LL persons indebted to the undersigned
for Professional seitices up id April
lt, i860, are respectfully requested td call
and settle; either by Note or otherwise. -J.
C. RUTTER, M. D.
Eloomsbarg, Aug. 15, 1850.-tf.
f ii ii
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Philadelphia. Sept. 26, 1860.
THE undersigned has opened a new Li
quor Store at Mifilinville, Colombia
county, and stocked it with a largeand ex
cellent assortment of
Oa ZZ D CE S2 S3
of ill kinds, to which he invites iho atten
tion of dealers. His Liqoors are of the
best brands, and one trial will satisfy all.
Mifilinville, June ii,' 1860.
Shop on the Sooth Side of Main Street, firs
qua re below Market.
S EWTN G MACHINE!
" PATENTED MARCH 9, 1858.
PRICE glO EACH. .
TESSRS. ZUPPINGER & ROBBINS, of
BloomBburg, having purchased the ex
clusive right of the above valuable I in pro
ved Cheaf Patent Sewing Machine, for
the County of Columbia, will be happy in
supply iheir friends with thearlicle for ihe
accommodation of themselves and families.;
The following are some of the superior
advantages this implement possesses, viz:
1. It sews from 400 to 600 tight stitches
2. Double thread Machines'a'ie from the
more complicated character of iheir mech
anism invariably managed and threaded
with more or les difficulty ; not so wiih
RAYMOND'S, a child can manage it ir. two
hours, and it is threaded easier than a com
inon needle., . ..
3. One of the most 'valuable features of
this Machine, is the smallhess and ihe
compactness of its mechanism. .
4. It can be attached to a board, fable or
Bland, in operaliri order, and removed in
less th'au half a minute.
5. It greatly economizes the thread, and
yet produces a searn, sufficiently strong for
any work lor which it is intended, a qual
ification not known to all kinds of Sewing
6. No human hand'ts capable of produ
cing a seam so regular and systematic.
The team is so strong i( well done, that the
st.-ongert material will tear before the
seam will give way. ... .
7. Among ihe array of Pa'eht Sewing
Machines, there are none so cheap and
durable as Raymond's Patent, but no Ma
chine is adapted to all kinds of work as
expe'ience has proven. There are perhaps
none so realy useful, doing such a varit'y
of wore for the immediate use of the fam
ily circle, and at such a moderate price' as
8. The operator can shape his seam 'just
as he pleases, waves, leaves and flowers,
etc., can be represented or imitated.
9. It is particularly adapteu to all kinds
of st i led if g such as gentlemen's shirts,
bosoms, ristbanJs, collars etc., and all
'kinds of ladies' sewing, including silks,
lawns, delaines, calicoes, dusters, etc., ex
cepting for men's heavy wear, this Machine
is raiher too light ol construction.
10. But we all admit, that the advantage
lo health, and principally to th vision or
eyesiahl. incuced by Ihe use of Sewing
Machines, surpas&es infinitely all oihar ad
vantages. ; 1. This Machine fastens the seam al
ways iiself, bui if the operator wishes it
unlastened or open, there is a way for it
loo, ihus you can have it fastened or not,
as )ou please, which is, sonieiime-;, espe
cially for beginners, a very favorable cir
cumstance. If ihe seam is lelt unfastened,
you can draw it out in three seconds and
save the thread.
For sale by ihe undersigned, at their re
spective residences, in Bloomsburg, who
will pui the Machine in operation and give
all ueceusary instruction.
DANIEL W. UOBBINS.
Bloomsbnru, July 11, 1860.
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LO, A L B A N Y.C LE V EL A N D, DE
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S. E. Corner Seventh and Chestnut Streets.
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Prof. JOHN S. HART, J. B. LIPPINCOTT,
MORRIS L. HALLOW FLL.
COUNTING HOUSE COURSE,
Crmprises Book Keeping for Mercantile,
Banking Railroad, and Manufacturing
Business with Pennmauship, Cal
culations, Correspondence, &c
&c, fully qualifying the Student for atcnal
business. Students receive individual In
struction. Diplomas are airarded to Graduates.
Pavs for Life Scholarship good in seven XloU
Iee; S-25for partial course.
fFor Catalojrue and Specimens of Wri
ting, Addret-s, inclosing two stamps,
BRYANT & STRATTON,
July 27, 1859. Pr-pad'a.
CHANG E'OF TIME.
5 UMMER A R R A NGEMENT.
Delaware, rackaivanna and
Western Hail EoaI.
ON and after Monday, May 28, i860,
trains will run as follows:
EXPRESS PASSENGER TRAINS,
The Accommodation Train bound east
on N. Y. & Erie Railroad arrives at Great
Bend at 6)38, and ihe Cincinnati E.vpres
at 6,03, a. m., and connects with (he Ex
press Train which leaves Great Bend for
New York and Philadelphia, at 7,1C a. m.
Due at Scranton, 9,35 a. m.
EXPRESS PASSENGER TRAINS,
Passengers from N. York, leave
Pier No. 2, Nonh River, at
From Philadelphia, leave Wal
nut Street Wharf, at
Dee at Scranton,
Due at Scranton,
The Accommodation Train
7,30 a. m.
leave Scranton until after the arrival of the
Morning Train on the L. & B. Rail Road,
ihus giving passengers from the Wyoming
Valley a direct connection for the West by
the Morning Train.
For the accommodation of way travel on
the Southern Division, a Passenger Car will
be attached to the Express Freight Trains,
leaving Scranton, at 4 a. m.
Returning, will leave Junction at 3,40 a. m.
Due at Scranton, 2,50 a. m.
Passer.gers to and from New York change
cars at Junction to and from Philadelphia
via B D R R, leave or lake the cars at Hope.
For Pittston, Kingston, and Wilkesbarre,
take L. & B. R. R. cars at Scranton.
For Jessup, Archbald and Catbondale,
take Stages at Scranton.
Tfi Tickets sold and basgage checked
Through. JOHN BRIS31N, Sup't.
Wm. N. Jenks, Gen. Ticket Ageni.
June 13, 1S60.
Tiuware & Store Establishment.
ItftHE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in
forms bis old friends and customers,
that he has purchased his brother's interest
in the above establishment, and the con
cern will hereafter be conducted by himself
exclusively. He has just recolved and of
ss fers for sale the largest and most ex-
f3 tensive assortment of FANCY STOTVS
ever introduced into this market.
Stovepipe and-Tinware constantly on
hand and manufactured to order. All kinds
of repairing done, as usual, nn short notice.
The patronage of bid friends and new cus
tomers is respectlully solicited. , .
; A. M. RUPERT
Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1853. tf.
MEMORANDUM OF PREMIUMS
TO BE AWARDED AT THE
Mechanical Exhibition ol"
COLUMBIA 'CO U N T Y,
On Thursday, Friday & Saturday,
The 18:h, 19th, & 20ih olj October, IfeGO
By ' Order 'of the Executive Committee.
CLASS 1 HOUSES.
Best pair of Draft Horses,
Stallion between 3&4 ys. 5 00
do 2&3 ys. 3 00
Gel ling Colt, 2 years, 4 00
Mare do do
Brood Mare & Coll,
do du do
Horse Coll 1 year,
do do do
Mare, do do
Best single carriage horse,
Best 4 44 mure,
Judges Abner WeUch, Orange ; Enoch
Riltenhouse, Briar Creek ; Isaac Yetler,
CLASS 2 CATTLE
Best Bull 3 years and upwards 8 00
2 do do do 4 00
Best do 2 years old 5 00
Best do 1 year old 3 00
Best Cow, Devon or Durham, 8 00
2d do do do 4 00
Best do Native slock, 8 00
2d do do do 4 00
3d do do do 2 00
Best Devon or Durham Heifer, 4 00
2d do do do 2 00
Best Native slock 1 year 2 00
Beel Calf of any breed nnder 10 rao's 2 00
Best Yoke of Working Oxen '4 06
2d do do do ,3 00
Best pair of steers 6 00
2d do do 4 00
Best display of (Jattle owned and held
as farm stock by the exhibitor, com
bining ihe best properties in regard
to profitable breeding, feeding anil
. milking 10 00
2d do do 5 00
Judges. Reuben Wilson, Madison; Ma
thias Hartman, Cattawissa, John Mill, Cen
tie. CLSS 3-SHEEP.
Best blooded buck R 00
2d 44 3 00
best native '4 4 00
2d 44 44 3 00
besi blooded ewe !3 00
2d 44 41 2 00
best display of sheep 5 00
2d 44 " . 3 00
Judges. Thos. Crevelina, Scott ; Frank
lin Mi: Bride, Hemlocfe; Joshua Meuden
CLASS 4 SWINE.
best boar 3
2d 44 2
best brood sow 8
2d 44 2
best and heaviest 2 hogs 3
2d 4 4 ... 2
best lot of pis,6or more, under 10 ws 3 00
2d 4 4 . 2 CO
Judges Samuel Lazarus, Montonr ; V.
Reese, Centre ; G. A. Bowman, Mifflin.
CLASS 5 POULTRY,
best pair shanghai- 1
best and largest variety of fowls, 2
bet 4 ' ' turkeys 2
best 4 ' ' geeso 1
best lot pieon
be&t canarev bird
j,u)op. )r. Sirnon Cotner, Madison ;
Seth Bowman, Berwick; Dr. George Hay
CLASS 6 GRAIN AND GRASS SEEPS.
best bushel white wheat
4 Canadian white wheat
4 red chaff bearded
best and large-t variety of wheat
besi bushel oats
of any kind'
Jiu',t.)j. pt.l9r M. Traugh, Briarcreek ;
Philip Reese, Greenwood ; G. W. Dreis
CLASS 7 GREEN & DRIED FRUIT.
best lot winter apples not less $ bush. 1
, i i
fail ' ' 1
4 and largest variety of apples 2
' 4 pears 1
peaches not less than 1 dozen 1
lot of quinces, 1
' dried apples
4 4 peaches,
4 quarts of dried cherries,
4 qt of stoneJ 4
variety of cranes
and largest variety of dried fruit
white currant wine
4 and largest variety of wine
4 cherrv wine
Judges. Eli Mendenhall, Benton; Hiram
Reeder, Franklin ; The. J. Welliver, Mt.
CLASS 8 VEGETABLES.
best bushel mercer potatoes 1
and largest variety
4 2 pumpkins
4 and largest varieiy of pumpkins
4 2 cheese pumpkins
4 1 dozen beets,
4 1 dozen carrots
4 6 beads cabbage
2d 6 4 .
best 12 stalks cellery
4 6 heads cauliflower
4 6 raddish
4 12 mangoes
2d 4 4
best I peck lima beans
4 12 tomatoes
4 6 purple egg plants
1 ears green corn -'
abd largest variety of Vegetables
4 lot of turnips
Judges. Eli Creeling, Scott; Andrew
Freas, Centre; Eli Barton, bloom.
CLASS 9 HOME &. DAIRY PRODUCTS
best canned or preserved hue peaches 1 00
2d 4 4 4 50
best yellow I 00
best jar quince jelly
best ' apple'jelly
2d . 4 '
best spiced peaches ,
' and largest variety of' oanned or
' roll butter,
2d 4 4
best apple butter
tomato . 4
pastry apple pie
pastry peach pie
ar.d larg'si variety of cake pasliy 2 00
loaf of bread
lot of dnughnnis
lot of bisc u'n
pickles . ,
and largest variety of pickles, 1
sample cider vinegar
lot hard soap
' soil '
sample sweel cider
Judge- Dr. F..C. Hartison, Bloom; Mrs.
Dr. George Lot, Orame; Mrs. Slveler
Purul, Hemlock ; Mrs. Elias Dieterich,
Montour; Mrs. Alfred Creveling, Espjtown;
Mrs. Andrew Ikeler, Greenwood.
CLASS 10 HOME & HOUSEHOLD.
best two pieces cloth
4 4 linen check
4 4 ted quilt
best pair woolen blankets
2d 4 4 4
best sample rag carpet, not less than
4 pair woolen stockings
4 4 i hose
4 4 woolen milieus
. lentt tidy
2d 4 4 ,
Judges. E. P. Lutz, Bloom ; Mr. S B.
Dieiner, Cattawissa ; Mr. Jacob Melick,
Light Street ; Mrs. Silas E. Fowler, Fspy-
CLASS 11 LADIES WORK & FLOWERS.
bfel lancy toilet cover
best fancy lamp mat
21 4 4
best sample of shirt collars & bo&oms 1
4 knit shawl
4 artificial flower
4 complete tet embroidery l
2d 4 ' 4
be!t ornamental shell work
4 boquel ol flowers 1
2d 4 4
best and largest variety of flowers 1
4 4 4 4 ol millenary work 1
4 sample of worsted or zephyr w'k. 1
' embroidered slippers
best and greatest variety fancy needle
, work 1 00
Judges Col. L. L. Tate, Bloom ; Miss
Wilson, Berwick; Miss Ka'e Eyer, Caiu
wisa ; Miss Catharine Be z, Millville.
CLASS 12 FLOUR,
best san-ple wheat flour, 50 lbs. or
more 3 00
2d ' 4 4 2 00
best buckwheat ' 2 00
2d 4 1 4 1 00
bt s' rorn meal 1 Oo
Judges. James Master, Pine : Eli Men
denhall, Rohr--burg ; B. Stohner, Bloom.
CLAS 12 AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
MENTS. best plough, 2 00
4 ihreshinc machine 2 00
horse rake 1 00
4 lime and suano spreader 1 00
1 portAble cider mil 1 00
4 wine press 2 00
4 washing machine 1 00
4 collection of asricultural imple
ments and tools the property of Ihe
exhibitor, who must be a farmer 10 00
Judges. Ellwood Hughes, Centre ; Win.
HowHl, Mount Pleasant ; John Dieiericb,
CLASS 14 WAGONS & CARRIACES.
bei shifting top bugay 3 00
2d 4 1 ' 1 00
best open buggy 3 00
2d 4 4 1 00
best iwo borse carriage 3 00
2d 4 4 4 1 00
be.t sleigh 2 00
2d 4 1 00
best display of wagons and carriages 4 00
4 child' carriage 1 00
4 farm waon 2 00
Jinls lvester Pur-el, Hemlock ; J
D. Mcllenry, Fishiugcreek ; I r. ohn K.
CLASS 15-MANUFACTUR'D ARTICLES
best set slna'e carriage harness
4 4 double 4 4
4 2 sides sola leather
4 2 sides upper
4 specimen smith work
4 and greatest variety of smith work
for larrn use
4 pair fine boots
4 4 coarse 4
4 set Windsor chairs $ dozn
4 4 spring seat chair J dozen
4 rocking chair
4 bed stead
4 hat rack ,
display of cabinet work
Judae Enos Fowler, Briarcreek; W.
H. Wooden, Berwick ; Jackson Thomas,
CLASS 1 6 -M A N U FA CTUR' D ARTICLES.
best parlor stove 2 00
4 cooking siove and fixtures 2 00
4 and greatest variety of tin ware 3 00
4 sample portable fence 3 00
Judges. John Lndwis, Bloom; John
II an man, Hemlock; Marshal Kinney, Scott.
CLASS 17-MANUFACTUR'D ARTICLES.
best artificial teeth
4 sewing machine
1 besi model farm gate
4 one dozen brick
earthen pud qneensware
Discretionary premiums will be allowed
under this class.
Judges. Dr. G. W. Lotl, Orange ; John
R. Moyer, Bloom ; John H. Vanderslice,
CLASS 18 BEES & HIVES.
be6t observatory bee hive
4 sample honey.
Judaes John M Barton, Hejfilock ; Eli
Creveling, Centre ; Joseph Lilly, Scott.
best 6atnple leaf tobacco 6 stalks 1 0o
4 4 brobto corn 50
Judges. John M. Barton, Eli Creveling,
CLASS 20-M1SCELLANEOUS ARTICLES
Judges Dr. P. John, Bloom ; Hon. G. H.
Willits, Montour : Peter En. Cenire.
) CLASS 21 TRIAL Or HUKSLS.
best trotting horse or mare in Harness 25 00
best pair trotting horses or mares 15 00
2d 4 4; 80)
Judges. George ' Marlz, Liht Street ;
Dr. W. McReynolds, Hemlock ; Jonas Hay
man, Green wood. , .
22-TRIAL OF MEN.
bpst and fastest runner
2d 4 4 .
best ami fastest walker
2d 4 4
Judges. Dr. J Ramvar. B!.onm i; George
Weaver. Bloom ; Wm. Neal, Bloom.
best three acres of porn
2d 4 t, 4
best three acres wheat
2d 4 4
bei three acres 6ats
4 J 4 potatoes
2d i 4
bf-t i acre turnips
2 1 $ tobacco i . .
. 5 0.0
Competitors for Premium for the above
Agricultural production must produce a full
statement of ihe .mode of cubivution, and
kind ol seed r used. . J tie ground to be in
one contiguiom piece, to be measured by
a Surveyor who's'iall make affidavit to the
correc'nesi of the measurement of the laud.
Ttie number of bushels must also be certi
fied io by some other person who helped
to measure the same. Tlie exhibitor must
also exhibit a sample of such , varieiy, not
less than half a bu.hel, at the next Annual
COM PETITION WITHOUT the COUNTY.
The Colombia County Agricoltural Soci
ety makes ihe field of cr mpetiiion co-extensive
wiih oilier counties in the State, and
cordially invites the citizens of other soci
eties to compeFe With us, for our premiums
at the coniinu Fair.
HAY AND STRAW
will be furnished free for all rnimats enter-
i ed lor premiums, and grain will be furnish
ed at jjst cost for those who desire lo pur
INSTRUCTIONS TO JUDGES.
1. The Judges will have the discretionary
power to withhold the premiums if the ar
ticle exhibited ii not worihy a premium.
2. The members of the various Commit
tees, will make it a point to be on the
"round as early. as possible, on the second
day and not later than 10 o'clock,at whicli
time their names will be called from the
stand, and they will be expected to proceed
3. The Chairmen of ihe different Com
mittees are requested to hand in iheir report
as early as possdb'e. The Premiums will
be awarded by the President on Saturday
morning, the 20th, at 9 oVIock, a. m.
1. All articles lor competition mut be
on the ground by 12 o'clock, mM on. Thurs
day Ihe 18th.
2 All articles exhibited must remain qp.
the ground until 4 o'clock, p. rn., on Friday
the 19th, and on all occasion will be re
turned to. the exhibitor when called for.
3. Cunfioii .-All articles exhibited, wheth
er eatabies or not, must b? respected at
private property, and any person detected
in purloining or injuring them will be dealt
wiih according to law, ...
4 . .Ail articles offered for competition,
mmi be owned by the competitors ; all
fruits, vegetables, flowers, Sec., must be the
growth of ihe competitors, and ail manu
factured articles must have been made by
All shows, flying horse exhibitions, as
well as tlie sale of spirituous liquors, lager
beer and ale will positively be prohibited.
Application for refreshment stands or res
lauranis, must be made to the special com
mittee elected for that puipose.
The amount required for membership to
the Society is One Dcllar, (according to ihe
alteration in the constitution made at the
yearly meeting. For this a certiricaje will
be given, signed by the President and Sec
retary. Certificates may be obtained at any
lime after the first of October at Ike office
of ihe Secretary or President, and at any
of the stores in Bioomsburg.
DR. J. RAMSAY. President-
A. J. Sloan, Secretary. .
Bloomsburg, August 22, 1830.
LARGE STOCK Aa'D L01V PRICES.
V7e have aain been to the ci'y, and re-
turned wiih a large stock of Goods for
the season, which we are prepared to sell
at a low figure for ready pay. Our stock
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, Willow-ware,
BOOTS AND SHOE Si
Groceries, Nails, Iron, Fi-h, Salt, . Plas!er,
Fluid, Campfiene Oil, White LeaJ by the
Keg, cheap, &c, &e.
II. C. S: I. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomsburg, April 25, 1660.
Wholesale and fc(ail.
THE subscriber would announce to, the
citizens ol Bloomsburg and vicinity,
that he i-selling LIQUORS in large and
small quantities, and at different prices, at
his isew More, on jiam street,
north side, t wo di or sout4! of
Iron streei, Bloomsburg. His
siocit oi foreign ana uomesuo
consists ol Cognac and Rochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. Ha
has a large assortment of
Old Rye. gray wish age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and aay quantity of
common, Ke aNo has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pague Wines; and lat but not leat. a
qnanii'y ot good double extra BROWN
STOUT; al! of which he will sell at the
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
felly solicited to Hive his liquor a trial.
D. W. ROBBINS, Agt.
Bloomsburg, July 11, 1860.
Flour and Teed Delivered !
cm;api:k thax tlie cheapest !
'THE undersigned ha made arringe---
merits that will enable him to deliver
Flour and Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per
cent, cheaper than any body else in town.
Hi prices arj as follows:
Flour &7 25; Corn and Oils Chop SI 55;
Corn and Rye Chop SI 65 ; Bran SI 10 ;
I respectfully solicit a shsre of the public
patronage. MOSES COFFMAN.
Bloomsburg, June 14,1660.
On Main street, two doors above the "Amer
ican Hotel." .
JOSEPH SHARPLESS. .
FOUNDER AND MA CHINE ST,
Buildings on the alley between !h$ 44Ez
"J-ange" and "Atnericaa Hoase.