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STAR OF THE NORTH.
BLOOM SRUKO, PA.
Wednesday Bornlri?,' KoYcmlcr 6;.18GI
SfiCUL Conrl was held in this place on
Tuesday last, the whole tench presiding.
(- Register's notices ih list oi causes will
be found in this week's Star.
Wc publish a letter from one of the "Hur
ley Guards" in to day's paper.
, Thc potato rot still continue? in this eec
. lion without any interruption. Some of our
farmers will lose their whole crop.
Corn. If any ol our patrons will bring
o corn we will receive the same on sub
scription, and bo glad to get it.
Those candidates who have not paid ns
for printing tickets haJ better se p forward
and sae an exposition.
Wch ave filled up a ponioii ot our first
page i'.h news from the seat of war. it be
ing rather interesting we concluded to lay it
before our readers.
Thc new plank walk leading to the De
pot on Market Street, i a fine affairand
peaks well for those who carried the en
terprise through. Another mark of im
provement. VV Wirt, Esq , has his office now in the
upper room of Mr. Uuangst's new brick
building, just below the Americm JJotue,
where be will be happy to see his friends
Trie American Agriculturist has made its
appearance lor November. It i the be-t
and m -t reliable agricultural journal on
. oar exchange list. Send for it. One dol
lar a "year.
, Thank-giving The Governor of the Siate
' has announced Thnrsday, the 28th inst , to
be se apart as a day of Thanksgiving to
' Almighty God for his blessings to us during
the past year
Thi: sale of the personal property of the
late Col. Joseph Paxton, which was "going
off on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
last, wa adjourned, until Saturday next, the
,8th ot November. Quite a lot of grain will
be offered. Now is the time to'purchase.
W wodld be much obliged to some of
our patrons if they would bring as some
Buckw heat Hour on subscription to the Star.
This article has been brought us in abund
ance other seasons. What Is the trouble
this year? Plenty of it in th country.
Hollow Ev passed off in this place with
its csua! amount of door thumping. Sever
al cabbage patche in our viciriitj were
Tisited by the "mischievous." How Ions
the practice ot pulling and throwing of cab
bage stumps aginat dweiliugs will cotiliu
te no one can tell.
GoTifRNMKNr AGEsrs have been buying
lip hat this section, the last few days,
and shipping it to Harrisburg. Dr. Ram-ey
of thi place ard the adrr.r s of Col. Paxton.
deceased, have disposed of a sood ami
larg .j-iaittiiy f hay to those army aaents.
At what fuore we did not learn. Hay is
'plenty this season.
Hknr? C. Htmh, of this place, is en
deavoring 10 risa a military company for
the war. This gentleman has become pa
iriouc and is bound for a fight. Here is &
good opportunity for those to enlist who
wib to serve tlieir country in putting down
The sierra, on Saturday evening last,
b!e io the gab'e end of Elias Mendenhall's
brick store, in this place. The dams.'?
done to the bnilJuig is considerable The
thirl floor was broken down by the f.t!I ot
the brick. It is rather fonnnats that the
storm did not onroof the building.
0 Saturday at. the wife of Mr Appel,
"of this place, met wi;h an accident by hav
ing a horse and buggy pass over her body,
on third Street. The woman was consider
ably injured We iearu that the affair was
purely accidental. Too much caution can
not be exercised in driving our streets.
QriTe a large number of onr patrons have
'hot called upon ns since we commenced
the publication bl the Sar, for which we
are not much ooliged to them. There are
some to whom we have frequently sen:
bills, bat as yet have not paid ns a cent
We want to settle Dp all accounts as soon
as possible and start a fresh or not at all.
The time for the running of the down
pas-euger train on the Lackawanna and
Bloomsbnrg Railroad has been changed
since the 4;h inst. The train is "due at this
place at 10 o'clock and 7 minutes instead of
9 and some minutes as heretofore. A con
nection is now made with the Cattawissa
road at Rupert. Persons going to Harris-bur;-,
and wishing jo get through the same
day., since this change, will be obliged to go
"hj way of Reading. No connection is made
by the morning Lack, train at Noflhomber
-land ; passengers going down on the morn
ing will be compelled to remain there till
II o'clock and 40 in ic ores, P. M. This
change, to as, does not Appear to be very
Acceptable to the traveling public! ft may
do vey we!L The company are the judges.
" The Hurlet Guard is fast filling up, in
fcamp Crosmao. near Huntingdon, Pa.
Carr. Ficr; and private Thorstoh, are in
this vicinity recruiting. Capt. Fkick and
Lieut. Eur are first class men, and those
enlisting with thera may expect to be fairly
and honorably treated. They will da all in
their power for the pleasure and comfort ot
their men No one need hesitate a moment
if he has any intention to join the Hdrlt
Gcaed; This company should be readily
filled by Columbia copotians as this, may be
the list oppbrtuai y offered to raise a com
pany froro this county. We are tolerably
well represented in the army, but there is
no reason why we should net have more ol
a repreenta ion. In looking around us we
see score of young men who may never
lav e an opportunity of ' dbtzg their ccuntnr
S r-it itrvi: 3.' . " "
POE PUEIFTINQ THE BLOOD.
And Ft tha speed cure or the following complaint:
Kcrofnlaand Scrofulous Affections, such
Tnmora, Ulcere, !orea, Kruptioni,
Piuiplea, Pustules, Blotclica, llvlli,
lilaius, and all fcltlu Diseases.
Oakland, lud., 6th June, 1859.
J. C. Arts A Co. Cants i I feet it my duty to as
knuwleilga what your r-vraaijarilla has doue fur me.
IJaviiigr inherited a Scrofulous iufecttoo, I have euflWred
froiu it in Tartoua ways for years. Sometime it burst
out in Ulcers ou uir hands and arms; eoiuetiiuua it
titrated inward and diatrexaed me at the stomach. Two
years ago it broke out on my head and covered my scalp
aud ears with nue sore, which was painful and loathsome
beyond description. I tried many medicines and several
physician, but without much relief from, aay-tuhig. la
fact, the disorder grew worse. At length 1 was rejoiced
to read lu the Uospel Messenger that jou had prepared
an alterative (Saraupartlla), for 1 knew from your reputa
tion that auy tliiuir you made must be good. I sent to
Cincinuatiandgot it, aud used it till it cured uie. I took
it, as you advise, iu small doses of a teaspoonfnl over a
month, aud used almust tliree bottles. New and healthy
skin Boon began to form uuder the scab, which after a
while fell off. My skin is now clear, aud 1 know by my
fceliugs that the diaea-e hue gone from my system. You
cau well believe that I reel what 1 am saying when I tell
you, that I hold you to be one of the apostles of the age.
and reuiaiu ever gratefully. Yours, -
ALFUfcl) B. T ALLEY,
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas.
Tetter and Salt Rite urn. Scald Head,
Rlugvvorn, Sore Kyes, Dropsy.
Dr.. rtohert M. Preble writes from Shm. N. Y., 12th
. Sept., iat. that Jie has cured, an inveterate case or
Vrpi:j, which threatuued to terminate fatally, by the
persevering use of our &arsanrilla. and alo a juiigerotis
, Malignant Erysipelas by large-doses of the same; aays
be cures the common Bruptinnt by it constantly.
Bronchocele, Goitre or Swelled Keek
Zetmlon Sloan of l'rect, Texas, writes : "Three bot
ties of yonr Saraaparilla cured me from a Oxkre m hid
eons swelling on the neck, which I had suffered froia
over two years." . , a
Le nrorrhcrs orWhlirs.OvSrUn Tumor,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Diseases.
J)r. J. IK 8. Channlng.-of New York City, writes; I
fnovt cheerfully comply with the requestor your agent in
savin I lutva found your 8aranarilla a mt excellent
alterative In the numerous complaints for which we
employ sitcti a remedy, lint eiecllly in Hmttte Pistaxt
of the Scrofulous dlniheis. I have enrrti many inveter
ate rases of Iucorrlinr.i by U, and mime where tlie Com
plaint wm caused by vrmitAm of the utertu. The ulcer
ation itself was snou cun-.l. Nolliina within ir.y kuowl
drn eimls It for theHe f. niHln dcrangi'ments."
Kilward S. Marrow, of Newl.iu v. Ala writes, "A dan
gerous eiruiai tumor on one of tho female in my family,
.which had defied all the remedies e could eniplov. has
at lenictli lieen completely cured l.y your Kxtract of Sar
npHilila. Our phyniciaii thotixht nothing but extirpa
tion could arford relif. but he adviwtit the trial of jour
aniaiaiilla as the last resort before cutting', an t 'it
proved effectual. After takim; your remedy eight weeks
no symptom of the disease remains,"
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.-
' . . i i. Nrw ORl.rs. 2M!i AHKiifct. 1W.
Da. J. C Atski S.'r, I cheerfully complywirh the re
uent of yonr agent, and report to you some of the effects
I have realized with your 6araparilla.
I have cured with it, in my practice, most of the com
plaints for which it is recommended, and have fnind its
pff-oTs truly wonderful in the cure of rVnereiil ami Nrr
runVW ri'tr.iff, Imr of my patients had Syphilitic ulcers
lu his throat, which were consuming his palate and the
top of his mouth.- Your Saraaparilla, steadily taken,
: cured him in five weeks. Another vaa attacked by sec
. oodary sympU'mis iu his nose, and the ulceration had
eaten away a Coheidorable part of it.so that I believe the
diaordr would soon reach his brain ami kill him. Hut it
yielded to my administration of your aniapariila: the
Ulceis healed, aud he is Well agaiu, not of course without
some disfiguration to ids face. A woman who had been
treated for the same disorder by Mercury was suffering
from tbia poison, iu her bones. They had become so sen
sitive to the weather that on a damp day ahe suffered e
eruciatiug pain in her joint and bones. he, too, was
cured entirely by yonr t-atnparilla iu a lew weeks. I
know from its formula, which your agent gave me, that
this Preparation from your lloratory iuimi le a great
rine.lv ; consequently, these truly remarkable results
Wllh it have not surprised me. -t
fraternally youra, Q. V. LARIMER, M. T,
Rhsnmatlim, Gont, L.lver Complaint.
Inpepksuf.nce, Prestou Co Va 6th July, 1"59.
Ta. J. C. Arm: Sir, I have been afflicted with a pnin
ftit chronic K'i'umat iM for a long time, which baffled the
skill of physicians, and stuck to me in spite of all the
remedies I couli Cud, until I tried your ?ar.aparilla. One
bottle cured me in two weeks, and restored my general
health so (n't- h that I am fur bettor than before 1 was
aiUit ked. I think it a wonderful medicine. J. FKKAM.
Jules Y. Getchell. or St. Lout, writes t "I have Wb
afflicted for years with an a'Jrctinno Uit. Liter, which
destroyed my hcnl'h. I tried every thing, and every thing
fiuied to relieve me; and I have ieen a broken-down man
f--r some years from no other cause than deningement of
fit .ii-er. Jly la-loved paetor, the Ilev. .Mr. Espy, advised
trie to try your Sarxaparilla, hvcauae he said he knew you,
nd any tlum; you made was worth trying. Ky the I. lead
ing of iid It It km curel me, and has so purified my blood
ea tfi make a new man of me. I feel young again. The
best tiiat can be said of you is not half good enough." .
Sch Irrns. Cancer Tumors, Knlargrmenti
I'lceratiou, Caries and .Exfoliation of
A great variety of case have been reported to ns where
rur of these formidable complaints have resulted front
the use of this remedy, but our space here will not admit
thetn. Some of them may he found in our American
-Almanac, which the aents tlow named are pleased to
fnruiab gratia to all who call for them.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Kits, Kpllep
my. Melancholy, Aieural(la
Many remarkable cures of thera affecti-ns hsva beea
niade by the alterative power of this medicine. It stimo
- lats the vital functious into vigorous action, and thus
evereomea disorders which would be supposed beyond its
reach. Such a remedy has long been required by the n
cteKities of the people, aud we are confident that this will
do fur them all that medicine can do.
jdyer's Cheny Pectoral,
FOR TBS RAPID CURB 07
Conthi, Colds, Inflnenxa, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis. Incipient Con
sumption, and for the Relief
of Consumptive Patients
In advanced Stages
.. . of the Disease. ....
This hi s remedy so ntirveiratly known to surpass any
other for the cure of throat and lung complaints, that tt
is useless hers to puhliah the eviler.ee of its virtues. Its
uuriralle-l excellence for coughs and colds, and Its truly
wonderful cures of pulmon.-u-y disease, have made It
known throughout the civilised nations of the earth.
Few are the communities, or even families, anions them
who have not some personal experience of it effects
kinn living trophy in. their midt of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disa-der of the throat and Innpa,
As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and
as they know, too, the effects rs! this remedy, we need not
do more. than. to aasnre them thvt it haa now all the vir
tues that it did have when making the cures which havs
won so atrongly upon the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Sr. X C. AYEX & CO., Loirsll, Has.
, SHERIFF'S SALES.
JY virtue ol several writ ot Venditiont
- Exponas, to me diret;eil, itne-d uu ti
the Court of Cornmori Vlu of. Columbia
County, PenriM Ivania, will be expos'il in
public sale the Court House, ia Hl'-oni
bora, i n SATURDAY, THE 30th DAY OF
NOVEMBER, lf61, at one o tlot k in the)
afternoon, the folio ving properly io wit:
All that rertain Lot of Ground. siijae in
Liht Street, Scoit iownhip. Columbia
Ciioniy. fenn'a., bounded and dfwrile;t
follows, to wit: oi ih E.st t Main
Street of "aid town, on ihe Nortti by lt oi
Samuel Hagenbuch, ot Vie Wcm by an
AH") and on the South by an Alley, con
tainirig one ihird of an were, be the stre
more or less, wherenri are erecird a onf
and a half etnry frame dwellms house- a
Irame out kitchen a Isre Irame tatil stid
other oot buildings wiih the ap,)urteiirfiice-l
Seized, taken in enfrnnon ..and to be
sold as the proper) ot James Rauiz.
A L bO :
At the same time and place, all that certain-
lot or parcel of. around situate in E
pytown, Scott township. Columbia roomy,
Pennsylvania, boundsd and de'nibed aa
follows, to wit: on the South by Main street
of said town, on ihe Wet by lot belong
ing lo the Heirs of Elizabeth Creveling
dec'(?.,.on the Nonh by an Alley, and on
the East by a lot Dejougipz to the Estate
ol Fowler and Crevling. I bein2 the one
half of Lot No. 9 in 6aid town J Contain
ing fort) feet in front, and one hind red
and seventy -three and .one-fourth feet in
depth, whereon is erected, a I wo - story
frame dwelling house with the appurtenan
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of NsaMi-Ksmsy.
JOHN SNYDER, SkeriJJ.
Sheriff7 Office,.. . )
Bloomsburg, Oct. 30, 1881.
A SUPERIOR l OTTUN FOR QUILTlKG.
&c; for sale cheap at tho Cheap Cash Store
oi . . - - - .
L. T. SUARPLESS.
Bloomsbnrg, October 30, 1861.
Acer's Cfijitt- p.ni
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSKHOLOI
JOHNS & i:OSB,F,V7S
IMER1CAN I liMEN T GLUE
The Strnngesi Glue in the. World.
The Cheapest Glue in the World,
T he Most Durable Glue in the World.
The Only Reliable Glue it ihe World.
The Best Glue iu the World. -AMERICAN
Is the the only article of Ihe kind eter
; produced-whirr .
WILL WITHSTAND WATER.
11 WILL MEND VNOOD,
, Save; your broken Fnrni'ure.
IT WILL M END LEATHER, ...
Mend jour Hrtie8, Straps, Bells, boots i:c
I r WILL MEND GLASS,
Save the pieces of thai expensive Cut Glass
,, - Boitle. , ..
. IT. WILL MEND IVORY, :
Don't ihrow awy that broken ivery Fan, it
; i easily repaired. ,
, IT WILL MEND CHINA, ,
Your broken China Cups ami Saucers tan
be made, as .ood as new.
.IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That' piece knocked out oi your Mar Die
Mantle can be put oo as -tron as eve .
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN,
No matter,. il ihai brok n Pucher did not
. eosi but a shilling, a shilling saved is
, s . a thillini; entned.v
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER, .
That comI Alabaster Vae is broken iind
you can'i match it, mena it, it will nev
er ehow when put iouMher,
IT WILL MEND BONE, CORAL. LAVA.
AND IN bA C 1' EVERY THING BUT
Anv ar icle Certierued; with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE will nut ehow where
r . H is mended
B S2l a tr si o a S3
"Evetj Hot.reKeeper et,ulJ have a fnp
ily ot John & Crorley:8 Cement Glue
Atic Yoik Times.
"Ii is so ennvenjent to have in the
houee." Sew York Exm .
is ai w ay s. fPfcdy ; this commends il
o e v e ry .bod y .' 7 hulepeuden'.
"We have tried it, ami firi, it uijfal
in our houe as water." Wilkes' Spnt cfthe
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
S10;00 per year saved inevery lamily by
One, Bo of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 25 Cet.ts per Bo'de.
Puce 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cems per B.mle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bonle.
Price 25 Cents per Motile.
Very Liberal Keiiucllou to Wlnle
T E R At S CASH.
CFForSaleby all Druggists, and Store
keeper Lenerally ihroiiiihoni the conniry.
J Oil As Ac Ci:OSLKY,
78 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Libeny street. NEW YORK.
lm; ortant to Hon&e Owners.
Iiiil.orian' to Builders. ,
lit. i ortant to Rail Road Companies.
If iortani to Farnofr.
To all hor.i this m-iy concern , and it concerns
JOHNS 4- CHVSLEY'S
IM I ROVED. Gi l I A PER: HA.
Ttie Clieapect ai.-i tno-t ilu rattle liotnmg
IT IS F'RE AND WATER PROO?.
It can be applte.t io New anJ Old RkN of
AH kintU, s eep or flat, an '. in Slnnile
Knot ai'hotn removinj the Shif.yli-.
LHE COST ISONL. A r OUT ONE-THIRD
THT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
. AS DURABLE.
This article lias been thorongly t e-p t in
New York Cily and all part of Ihe Untied
s a e. Canada, West Indie and Central
id Sotnh America, on Build nm l all
kitiiU, urh - Facoties. Foundries Church
e-.. Rail Road Depot, Car, anil on Public
Huiltlinij- yenera II) t Government Build inn.
ic.. by ihe principal Builders, , Architect
4iid other, during ihe pai. (our yaf-, ami
'", proved to be tl.e CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use ; it i
in every repe-t a fiirej, water, we.iher and
IIME PROOF cove-ring for ROOFS OF
7h is the OSLY material manufutvred in
the United States whicn cmbine the very
e-eitat'le prorettiei of Elasticity und Dura
bility, wl ich are univereaiy a kuow'eded
t.. b-po.ed by GUTTA PERCH A and
Ao Jltat is nquirfd in making appli
cation. Thp expense of applying ii is triflms a- an
ordinary Roof can be covered and fin
isfiii the some day
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANYONE,
1 nd hr.i fiiiistieo lorm- a ptrfecth Fi-e
fiool svtificc Wit i at. eia 'c bujy ."which
cannot te njured b Heat, Cold orSiorm.s,
M.rn.kit g ol Roof Boards, nor any external
M on tut evr-r.
LIQUID CUTTA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Coa in-.' Melals ol ad Kind when ex
po-ed to he action of ihe Watner and
Fur Preserving and Jt'pairing Metal
Hoofs of all Kind it.
I hi is the only Cornpofiiion Known
wfiich will eucce-lully re.it extreme
change ol .climate-, for any letiih o; time
vhn applied io me'als, to which u a lheref
Iinrily, frmin a body equal io ihre; coat
tord)iit am:, co-ts r-nch le and will
LAS T I HREE TIMES AS LONJ;ar d
rom its elaticiiy i not if. jure I b ihe ron
iracion ol TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
-ii-eqiieiit upon eudden chatige of ttie
1- will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WE A I HER AND WILL NOT
Le.iky Tin and other Metal Roof can te
readdv repaired wi.h GUPTA PFRCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from funtier cor
roioii atiA leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water nghi R ot for ir.any years.
Thi Cement m peculiarly adaptet for the
pte-erva'ion of Iron Radma, Stover, Ran
es. Sale, Auricnllural Implement, &c,
aUo tor .eneral rpanuiatiirer 11-9
GUTTrf PEKCU CEMENT
Fur pr-erving and repairing Tin aru other
Metal Root or every description, irom its
great eUniciiy, is not injured by ibe con
iractiou and eipanxion ol MetaU, anc will
not crack in cold or .run. irt ' arm weather.
These .material are adapted lo all cli
mates, and we are prepared to supply or
der Irorn any t an of ihe -country., at short
noce, lor GUTTA PERCH A RQOFING m
rdl, ready prepared for u-e, and .GUTTA
PERCH A CEMENT in barrels, wi;h full
primed dir-'ctiona tor application. -
IVt ledl mnke libend and satufictory itrra?g'
menu with rj)"nt patties who, toould- ijke to
establish themselnes ma Locrauve aud Perma
nent bus.Hi.e. . , v ' .
OUR TERMS ARE CASH ...
We can give abundant prop! ofaM we
claim in favor of our improved . Roofing
Materials have applied them to several
thooKaud Roofs in New Yoik C:u ami vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
fFholesalr Warehouse 78 miliam St.,
Corner ot Liberty Siretii. NEv' .YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars ana Prices will
WILCOX 8c G1RB8'
Price with Ifemmer.and Feller,
$35 00. ,,
THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SUPE
RIORI TY PECULIARY ITS
..own. , ,
Stitching, Hemming, arid Filling with
a Single Thread.
It forms a neal, ever., and elastic senm,
which i- warranted not locip in wear, even
if ihe seam is pqt at frequent inierval, and
also under all circumstances "io ourvive the
wasti-iub " .... , ,; . ..
A Patented tdevice of-areai ir.ility io
learner, prevents the possibility of the ma
chine beii g run :n the wrong direction, or
ttie balance wheel wearina a lady's tlrt.
Another feature which deserve pin: n
lar at-eniion i Cv""THE WILCOX P.' KNT
N EEDLE. CANNOT BE SET V KONG
Two thotiSH i d Siilcbes, or two r lrf
wot k, can be done in one minute without
dropping a stitch, .
These Machiaes, so simple and accruaic
in their construction, super-ede. the of
the shuttle ; and with one thread pro. luce
all. Ihe practical results of the lo mread
machine;, and. more,! for these tell witnout
basiin, and hem the finest muslin mthoui
Although at about half the price of the
other fir! class machines, they will accom
plish double the sewing in a given i:m
"It is empnaticwJIy the good, low priced
Family Sewin4 Machine tha.1 the ( italic
hav long been wailing for." Boston Tran
"It is-. indeed a wonderful production, aid
and for lamdy ue especially, no oilt-r will
bear any comparison wi'h it." Paddd-I
phia Evening Jourm-d." -
'A mechanical wonder.' -Scientific Amer
MAmons the best and most serviceable
Sewing machines. Lighti and elegnil
finitihed, and so simple in its construction
that il seem almost impr-sible for it to get
out of repair." Pmsbnra Chionicl
"Ha combined with it own peculiar
merits all the really valuable improvement
of the higher priced tnacliiues." Penile) I
vanian. "This mochine, in (he opinior, of t
commi'lee, fills more nearly the require
ment of a perfect larniH niH'-hine Itian ;ny
on exhibnion.'' Kraukim Institute Exhibi
tion Report ol 1858.
"Taking imo consideration simplicity .
cheapness durability, and, doing ail work,
the cr-rnmiree were nnanimnu ii fan.r ot
the .Wilcox & Gibbs as a single Ihre? d ma
chine." Pennsylvania Slate Agriculuual
Society's Ueporl. , ,
."We must, in Jutice, evpres oijr confi
dence in the merit .of .ihe. Wilcox & Gibb
Sewing Machine. We consider that a reai
desideratum has been supplied by il, in
proving, beyond coubl, thai iwo ihreads are
not, as was supposed, necessary to a good
instrument." Christian AJvorata and Jour
nal, June 21, 1H60.
"We have one ol these machine iu use,
and think more highly of it ihan of any ol
the number we have tried.'' Richmond
The undefined, Missionary to Constan
tinople, has examined more than twenty
different kinds ol Sewing M, chine, H':d
after some six weeks' experience with
Wilcox & Gibb' Patent, he ha purchas-d
one of hem a the beM adap'ed to ihe
wants of his family, and a- 'he lib!e
to require tepair. CLIVER CRANE.
Bostot., Jnlv 3, 1860.
Tne timleisianertjflnring eighteen month
ha had in almost constant ne, in hi fam
ly,, Wilcox &Gibb Sewing Machine, up m
wbichha been, made . the cfuh-s cf hi
large famil -from mtialin to pilot cl-nh
ir.cltiding ihe. clothing required lor hi sev
eral boy; and in r.o case hae ihe seams
failed, although in" hard service. The ma
chine now in use in his famil, ha required
no re,air, and i in ail repeci, Weil ap
pOilileJ, efiicient and durable.
JACOB CHIC KERING, Boston,
ty Send lor a Circtilar.j
j.t)lbi iVlLi OX, ManuMcinrer.
-No. 50S Broadway, New York,
Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
Augus: 28, 1861 ly.
, IirLE OX TIIE IIEIHS
OF GEO FETTER MAN, or , DECD.
COLUMBIA COUN I Y, SS:
The Commonwealth of Penn
"vC s Ivania to Jo-hua Fetierrrtn.
ffLZ Solomon Fetrman, K-'-ry Fei
"&iJ$ lrman, George Feiierman, Jn-
'7ff!fZ Fet'ermar!, Jona Fetbr-M..
Reuben Fenermari. reiding in Linn t orn tc
Iowa, Catharine inrermarried with Henry j
Harrier, a rah intermarnec With .V. tlliam
Yeagtr, and Elizabeth intermarrie I wtl
Hamilton Fisher, children and heir- o'
(Jeorge Fet erman sen , late of Lik.-u.-i iovh
ship, in said county deceaed.
,Von and each of you are hereby ci'eit
and contmanJed 10 be and appear in yonr
proper eron? before the Judge of the Or
phans' Court, at our. Orphan' Court, lo t e
held at Bloomsburg on the fust Monoay ol
December next, then and there to accent
or relnse to take the real estate of tSc said
George Fettertnan, sei., deceased, at the
valuation placed upon it bv an inques' duly
awarded by the said Coort, and remrue-t by
the Sheriff, or show cause why ihe same
ohotild not be sold, and hereof fail not.
Wi'ness the Honorable Warren J. Wood
wan!, Enquire, Pre-ideni of our w:tM Court
ai Bloomsburg, the 17th dav cf September
A. D. one thousand eight hundred and sixiy
one. Jacob Eyerly, Cl'k O. C.
: . JOHN SNYDER, Shenff.
Bloomsbnrg. October 9 1861.
I'ew Arriv.il f
FALL A XI) WINTER GOODS,
T NVHES at ention to his stock, ol cheap
and fashionable clothing at his, store or
Main S'ree.1, Jvo doors-above the 'Amer
ican House,' where he has a full assort
ment il men and boy's wearing apparel,
including the mo-t fashionable
D K CSS (iOOHS,
Box, Sack, Frock, Gum, and Oil Cloih Coat
of all sorts and sizes, Pants oi all colors
shawl, stripes and figure vests, shirts, cra
Tais, stock,, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves,
suspender and fancy article. . .... ,
N B. He will also make to order any ar
ticle ol clo bing at very short notice and in
the best .of. manner. .. AIL his clothing is
made to wear, and most of it is ot home
., . , , -.dAVID LOWENBERG.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 25, 186 1.
For Fall arid Winter,
JUST RECEIVED FRESH , .
AND FOR SALE AT
L. T. SHAPl-ESS'1
CtlEAP CASH STORE,
AND - COLUMBIA COPNTT' ' k
. c " 1 . ?
Ik portant Additions & Ittiproremeat5
Antiinin leimi'3 oin nier.ee Aogtit l?v
r'lHJS Instinnion which tias been in sur
A cess'ul operaiioi fjr the past ten yean :
is about uiideritoing a very imj orisnt rer
ovation, in order lo place it on- a more sta
ble basis tha. evor, and present fariiiii
whicti are not surpassed by ordinary Acad
emies in sorihetn Penn Ivama.- Amnna
Ihe iniptovenienl- will be a lars;t 'three
storied tuilln.a wfiich will yive much ad
ditional room ami aieaier i-otiveniences lor
boarders ; a commodious hail for a lecture
room and public --xercise, coitienieui class
room, a library and reading room comam
ins? a cabinet of minerals and eurinsiiie,
bath room, &:. An experienced and
ihoroi:hly qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be ai ihe head of the Board of
Instruction, but the Principal will have? the
enerl -nperinteiidet.ee of the iiititnt ion
an t a--ume a share of ihe duties of leach
in". Regular lerlnjee will be deljveted
niioti variou -cimificr subject, as weil a
Upon ih theory ant orar lice ol teaclnii".
and a Normal Clas- of y o n i m men and j
women who wi-ti lo qualify ihemsv-lves inr
iechersf profe-eion, will receive e-pecial
ht''eii ion ami a isiance.
Tr c"iirH ol lnstru(tion in 'he srhod
Will be thoriniuh ami sy ete it-al tc. calcnla'ed
In embrace the varmn t rancheol a prac
tical education. Am,.le provision will t e
mad for the study of t'.e flintier Math-rnatic-.
I"e elii'-iila' ion of I'ny-ics, mil tt.e
Nan ral S ieiM-c-? t.y nnri of sui'arlf ap
para'tis, -r d lor ihf g.nily r?t t'x Inttn,
(jierk nd German langUd, to enatde
sb-deiit to q'l 'I'H tieinselvep lor commer
cial mii I si'ieiiific pur-uis. or 10 enter any
rla- at college.
The c'Otinlrv lofanon of this Seminary in I
a pie --4ft I village. in a Wealthy and flourish
1 1 1 i neijiiit(-r'iood, well known for Ihe ele
va'el lone ol ns moral sersiiment, and
wrce 'lte pupil are tot sn rroimiet by
hn-e ileniri'al y.'l'H influ-r,cet and I'-nip-taii'
" touiid in our ri -i-i. rr low i.(s hwI
ma'-V o'ber I .rx'i;ie- with no nnt-i.le n.
flijei.ee- to diver' fieir .men ion Irom li'er
aMire and ihe trk of mnlal cultti'e, j-r-sent-
a'l'.fi. ins. amf i n I uce -h e n i s to con
sntera'e i art-M eoiii'oii sin -ieni-. se! m
toii',11 ;!irrottn!;ttg lare stdiool- ahd acad
e r i ; e .
The J i:er'y S"cieiy al-o. ore r.f th c. I , I -e-'
ami ( e-t etui in'ied m t,j- -eciion ol
co'iii rv. prese',1- an a 'racnve lea'urtt and
ii -!nl aiixn'a'V. to a practical e tnca'ion.
T'im improvement, will be under the
imniedia'e charge of an efficient Knard ot
Trustee, appointed by iie Seminary .Com
pally and will he corriideted in lints lor
he Autumn lnr!, io commence ths I2tti
of A OiMiH! next.
While i hank I ii I for pa-t pa'ronaie we
wih to nieri- a coniinuttce of similar fa
vors, stid a e intend to include a fiigner
ijra.le and wi ler ratine of in rudioi.-, we
re-pec'fn'iy licit a careful examination
ii. to our la'.ilius ar.,t cUim.
Hoardina, xva-hmi', tmiion. !irht ar;d
mcit'-iital expen-e-, for one quarter of
eleven week, will b Thir-y !)! jr-. one
ball I'ava-e i'1 ttdvunce if, orl.er fill
ar:i' alltl.it'Ofi b I ! is v ill b- e )t ner 'e(f (fmi pi -
U fc' t id expiation ot cac:i qn.trter.
ti aniina. with fun;ihed room, one
qivirter . 522.0(1
Tut'ion in (iiiMiion Enjli-fi branhceo 5,10
. ( i .1.4 :
iccludins Mathematic a-id Hook-
Keepiilil bv 0 llhe EfiTV 6 00
Tninoi. in I. arm, Greek, and German
evtr , 1 00
V .i-t: til-, f. vht- and incidental ex-
p. ti -e ' lie q i irer 3,00
Thoe who ife-ire io procure cholarntp
or a'lei it b die ear. W'll b accomoin la
led at a reasonable ili-couct, and -indents
wihmi! to secure rooms elionlJ make, -ea
-onat-ie ap, uicatioti
For tUllSer pa" iilarw ad.lfe
Wil. BUKi.ES. Principal
Mil. vide, Penn'a.
(iroi.fjp M-Tr.H., J K Kvw;s. i
I): A P Hmi.fr Ki i.i Evks, Trus'ees
IU NjAVi-s K Ev.:. )
M l;. iiie? M , 29. 1861.
m:w miii'.wl low.
St von and 1 Iirer-Tf tit lis Per Cfct.
T it a , v - L' i: v i s i; -
"olV lit- idy t.'i Oeliveiy itl he dre
J A Y COOK 1: & CO.,
No. 1 1 4 S.. nth Tl ird S:reet Philadelphia
Puri miiI to in -i met ion- from the jcr .
tarv o' 'he TreaS'trv. tr" Sn-ert i'io i tir k
to ihe NEW FATIONAL LOAN of '.e,Mi.
'V Noie. t'ewrmi: in'ere-i a '' e rate ii
vve-i and itiree-ienlhs per cnt. per atmun ,
wiil 'fii sui e i-t '' v .rhce.
No u' s Tiiii;n s; ueet.
i nt il fiirt'" r noX'ce. ir.nn H . M. iiii 6 P
M at .1 on Mon 'a til 'J P. M.
Th- e nir - will fie ot ' e I'erw rr i !
nt FIFTY DOI.LMiS. ONE HI'NT)!IK!)
lOLL.R FIVE ULNDIiKD ldi.l.Ai.S
OK ill'-l'.SiMi I)iI.L-RS ..r.-d KIVK
Tlli'L'AM I'Ol.l.AKS. ,f.. are. a;i .t,.,.
19 It c A'i!!-''. 1 Sri I , Hal le irt o d it.
three er-, t r cniivrr ible into a i'i;!t
year-' six percei.t. lorn a the o ion i
the hod'e'.. E-t-'h l ie -ury X i- tia- int-"-et
COU(i"li- .it'.:'-!u" l vl.n- can b o.i! tl
and collecte I in z;ld a he I i eer -i
muritri-. hii 1 ai th- rae (it .ne cent per dax
on evch fl' y l llar. .
Pyrreii! d snl-crip'.i'Mi may be mad
jo Gold o ("lieek, or note cd any ct the
. Parties at a dis'ai.ce cn remit t v their
freinds throuth die mail or by ex. -re--,
or itHouh Kank and th- Tre-ury ioie
will be tri rnettiateh d-!ivered. or -ent b
each subciibcr as they may severally di
rec.f. , . .
Parlies remmiitiui! mo' atll th in'ere)-t
from, the 15t'i ol August, 'he dte ol all the
note?,- lo the day Ihe remitiaece reacfie
Ph.i'adely tiia, "at ihe rate of one cent per
per day on each fifty dollar.
- Apply to nr addre-a
JAY COOK . SUBSCRIPTION AGENT.
Care of JaV COOKE & CO., Banker.
No. 1 14 S "i-fi Third Mreet Ptn Udelphta
October 9. 1861. lm.
. Auditor' totice.
Estate of Thnnis Conner, deceased.
THE nniter-ij'.ed. ajipoiiite.! t the ()r
phair Conri.cif C.duu.t-ia county, an audi
tor to distribute 'h- fun. Is m the bam: ot
John Conner, Trustee &c. ol Thoma Coi
ner Uie of (ireen wocul tow n-hip, in said
County, decease. f, io ami anions the heir
and .legal representatives of said deeeden1
according to ia: will attend at hi ottice
in Bloomburj. lo perioim iheduneb 3f hi
appointment, nrj Fuday .ihe 8ift day oi
Nvveruber A. D. I-H6I. And all person
having any claim on tiie said fund are re
quested to make known ihe savie io ihe
Aadttor on said day, r ne -forever debar
ted Irom com; JiVrsjKjtM " '"
S-XSca LTT tSijlS3
LIFE TILLS & rilOEXIX BITTERS.
t 'H ESE'M EDICI NES have now been be-
fr.re di i-ub'ic lor a period of Ihirjy
Years,- and during that time have rnain'ained
a high chatacier in almo-t every pari ol the
Globe, fot their extraordinary and imme
diate power ol restoring perlecl health to
person Mirlerins 'under nearly every' kind
of di-ease to which the human frame is
The following ate arnnn the distressing
.va riety of b u no an 1ieaeii in wfiich the
A'e well ktiOAii 10 be infallible.
IlYSPEPSlA, by thoroughly cleansing
ihe first and second sioniHches, and -r-a-ting
a flow of pure", healthy bile, instead ol
th-'etaie i and a;rid kind: Flatulrtri, Los
of Appetite Heartburn, Headache, Ilesiless
iipi, II I-Temper. Arixieiy, Languor, ami
Melancholy, which are ihe "eneial symp
i' ni of f)spepia, v id vanith, a a nm
lural coi seqoeiife of i's cure.
COSI IVENESS. by i leansina ihe whole
length ol the n te-'ines wilh a so1 venv p ro-cc-s,
antt without v iolencej all violent pur
e leave the bowels costive within two
FEVERS oT all kinds, by reforms the
blood l a regular circulation, through the
proces ct respiration-i n - stH'h I'ases. and
Hie thorough sclutiuu of nil intesiinal ob
sin ciior: in o'tier..
Tl e LiV Alei'icine have been known to
cure lifl F.UM ATlISM pe-rmanetnly it. three
weekn. and (iOU T in f all that time, by
rerMviii! oi ;i! n f imat On Irom the mun
cej nt,,) I i : m rn f i i ol ihe joint.
DROP IKS (,f ai kinils, by freeius and
-lrenj.'iiiiii'" ;t e kiiiiie and bladder; they
operate mo-t vfclitiifuily on thesrf imj, or
lar.t oran-. ard hence have ever be,iii
lomi'l certain remedy for Ifis worst Caeee
Al-o WORMS, by dislodging from the
lurn-iiOM ol ihe bowels the Mimy matter to
which the-e :r attire- ajhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES. h tfie perfect pumv wnich these
I.I FE MEDICINES g.VB io t'lie blood, and
hi! t he liu 'nor.
. SCORHl'TIC ERUPTIONS an I BAD
COM PI EX IONS, bv tl t-ir iterative effeel
lij mi t e linn's that leeil 'he kln. Sihd Ihe
n.'Oibiil ,ate ol which occasions' all ernp
'i' e i-i rn;:lainte. sallow , cloudy aud cVft
d!-f2r-eat;e con i pie x rn -.
T t.c ne of rfe-e p.il- for a ver" sliT'
t t: v i; effect an entire cure of SALT
RIIEt'M, ant' a s'rikmc improvemeet m
h churiie- ol the skin l.omrr.on Colti
and Infltiei za will always be cured by one
he. or by two it. the won ca-es.
PILES The original proprietor of tbe.-e
Mwdicitics, wa cured ol Piles, 35 year
p'aix'.ins: by the use of the Life Medicines
alone. - -' ; - i
FEVER AND AGUE. For tbi scoor2e
of (tie Western conniry ihesn Medicine
will be I nund a sa!p, speedy and ceiiaii
remedy. O' her rnedicint' leave theey
em suljefi io a relnrti of the dia-e a
cfe bv 'he Medu-me is permanent
TRY THEM, t e Sa-trfie f and b- Cnre.f
BILIOUS FEVERS aND LIVER COM
PLAINTS fiencral Debi'ify. Lo of au
peii;e, ami Ii-ease of Fenia i he Me;l
icines fiave (jfctn;p.l wuii tfie mn.-t t-et-eticiiil
reeiiiis in ca-es of thi- decrip ion'
Kiuus Enl, and Scrofula, in it wor-i forme
viel.U io Hie trull ei powerful act ion of
he-e ren:aik:ib! Meriirines. Niuht Swea's
N'-rvoii- tfebilnv, Nervoi.s Complaint- of
all kind. Palpi'a'imi ot if e Heart, Painter-'
C'"l c. ure .iee.ii enred.
ME1U UREAL I ' 1 s E A S Ir. S . -P e r s o r. w h o -e
con-liuitmt.- I ae b'C'mt impaireii bv the
tnjn l iciim ne o' Mercury , will fir .f the.-e
Medicine-a etfeci cure, as ihey never
fail to era lica e irom the sstem,all the
effeci-ol Me ciity. ii -finitely sooner than
he ;i;o-i powerful preparation of Sarapa
'i!a. Prepared anil -old t v -
W. B MOFFAT,
- 335 Brnrlwav; New York.
FOR SAIJ. B,' ALL DKUGGIsTS.
A; r il 17 l"6l-iy.
CF ALL KINDS,
at J. .t. r;uvi:i:?.s
("hcapcr than Kvcr.
May 11, 10(1.
iMH. l.tVOl-K, IMCtH'ltllrmt.
YOMIMi. LCZEHNE COUMV, PENN
rHK Pro;.rietnr re-pec I'n'ly inform hi-ii-
trtein'.s ai ti the pnt-ltr ei!er;i!.'v tht he
a taken charge o! the Wyoming HwC. in
:iaje ol v tun 1 1 : z , near Hie Uatlr'tad
Dejioi t ltt:-t plitre, an I Its- fined il out so
lo enterain t-olh trtnsieni ar.'d per ma
i e;l visitor to a -'J.iat-le and cryn for; ble
tiani.er. Hi- ronrn are spaciou. atn! air,
it d not only i-ah'n lale.l to add lo i;e i-mive-tf-iice
.Hi,! cortlnri ol t.e iraveliri2 irom m ti
ny, l'i)t al-o to ih"e who wo-ihl eek a
,.ie;,Hf.t -itmrner reorl wiih la'riilles.
HIS TA BLE u til t e supplied with t he b-t
' e market can afjor.t ; ami hi I'aR will be
ift-t-er) witri tie pnres' liquor- that can
be if.i.ii e.! i ne pr(i;-rieior ill vr ln-"X'-!ii-ivf
n iHiitinn io ihe eomlort and con
ieli c-ce r Jn ilie-l. ai;;1 is 'eiermi'ied
... make ihe WYOMING HOUSE rank a
n.onu the fir-t hotels ill ti e St t'e.
Tne I'rn -ne or tiojp that from hi expe
riei.ee in the t'n-jtie.-s, n-l by nnremi'lin j
ii."iiiio i on fii nan, combined wiih h jmli
cioi selection o! tfie inrisl caretnl and otdi;
inj servat!'-, tie may be entitled to the fa
vi.raMe consideration i'. the public, and re
ceive a liDeral share of their patronage.
CV" Plea.-e give him a c!l. ami jndje for
inirselve- April 2. IS59. i
- T - . - , j ,
B K00XS Proprie i or.
in ii'iti ::;, IM
fPHlS rpa2"ificent Hotel, situate in the
L central portion of the town, and op
posite the Conr' House, hi? been ihorotmhlv
repaired and refurnished, ami the Proprietor
t- now prepared io accommoilaie traveler,
teamster, drovers and hoanter in 'he rrtoi
plea-aui and njreeable manner Hi table
will be supplied with the best the market
afford. and t is H.ir wiih the choicest hqnrns.
Altentise ostler- wiil always bi on hand
and hi- stablini; i- the mol extensive in
itii section ,of country Omnibuses wtli
alway be in readme- io convey passefi
gets to and Irom the Railroad Depot.
WM. 3. KOONS.
B'.oomsburo, July 4, 1K60.
VOUNG Vine ol two vears, bl 'MillerV
C u r a h n d ' with batiMhi rojojjiiafl.
CSli-gd cQ S3 3
IIEALTU AND ITS PLEASURES,
; ; . or
Dieae With Its Adonic (
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
m ri i tl. s- r . a
"71 I'-.-a :r; r'.M,
HOLLOW A Y ' S I I L, Ja JS.
What is more learhil i. M rt a breaking
down of the nervous , rn ? To te exci
table or riervon in a small (lessee io mowt
distressing, for wp.ere can a remedy te
found! There is oije ;-.lrii,k bet lmle
wine, beer or spirits, or far better, rone
lake r,o coffee:, weak tea being preferabe
ei all ihe fresh air you can take three or
four Pill every nih'; eat plenty of eolida,
avoiding the ue of elopH ; an(i if these gold
en rule are followed, you wj' be happy
in mind and strong in body, and forget to
have any nerves.
mothers and daughters. :
If there is etie' irrmj; more than anothe
for whictt ihese Pil!4 are' eo famous il ia
"heir pnrifyins properties, especially tf,ir
power if cleariins the blood from all im
purities, and remotin? itanoeroiis and u
perded secretions. Universally adopted tt
the one r.'tand remedy lor female complaint
thev never fail, never weaken the . system
and always bring about w hat is required. '
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
These feelings which so madden nsare ro
frequently arise from annoyance and troub
le, from obstructed perspiration, or from,
ea'ins and drinkina what is or.fit for us
inn di-orderina the liver and stomach'
These oran must b regulated if you wist
io be wpll. The Pill-, i! uken according
lo tiie printed instruction, will quickly re--tor-
a healthy an; ion io both fiver and
stomach, whence follow as a nnral contan
secpjei.ee, a coed appetite and a clear head,
in lie East and Wet Indie sea ice ly apy
oiher medicine is ever used for ineee dis
order. . ; ! ; '
DISORDERS OF TriE KIDNEYS.
In ail disease aflectiujr these oriran,
whether they secrete too much or loo little
water; or whettter Ihey be afflicted wiih
sione or "ravel, or with aches and pain)
settled in ihe loins over the regions of the
kidneya, these Pills should bo taken accor
ding to -he printed instructions-directions,
and the Oi' imt-rif should be well rubbed
into the small of the back ai bed time. This
treatment will give almosi im n.edtite relief
when all other means have faded.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER..
No medicine will so effectually improve
'he tone o! the stomach as these Pili j the'y
ren ove ail acidity, occasioned either by
inteniperar.ee or improper diet. ' They
reach ihe liver and redoce it lo a healthy
action; they are wonderfnliy efficacious tb
ca-e of spam in fact they never fail in
etilino all ili-ori'ers of the Ii fr and siomctv,
Iluilmmy' f id are the best remedy knmcn in
the -jcorli jor the fol'oicin dnenses.
Avtf ins'. Jaundice,
l'.:l;ion Complaints, Liver Com
iit;tM.es on the plaints,
Con-'ipaiion of tha
Cons urn plion,
ties, Fevpr of all
- Urine, ,
S:r.e and (ra ve!. ' .
Worms ol all kinds
t'TI(iV II None are senoine nnlesi
t e word " Ho'lnwav. New York nd Lon
don' are di-cern-ble a a Water-marh in
every leaf of the l ook of direciioTs around
ech poi or hot ; the me may be plainly
-een hv holding the ler.f to the light. Ahand--ome
reward will be aiven ta srty on
reiidrina such information may lead" tr
the ie;fiion of any party or ps-tier covin-t-rfeim.
the medtcin-s or vcntling the
-arr.e. knowing them lo be Ppurioc. ' "
Sold a" Lie Marinfactorr cf Profe'Sor
HolhiA-ay, 80 Manten Lano Ne w' Yof k,anii
(v all re-pec able D:ugm'is and Dealers it
Medicine, trirnnghoiit the civdized world,
in boxe at 25 cenis, 62 cents and Si each
F" There is considerable saving by ta
king ite larjer sijs;
N 15 Direction for the guidance of p a
'tents in every disorder are aiTued to eacJl
October 17. iBfiO.
.t. roriK iioiiiL, ...
nnT.CT STI.I-: et, above thied
IN 'he in ri e.fia'ev i eii;htorfiood of Ihe Jab
bifoj II' nsf-' ii n.trket Third, and Chest-
li n t Strop-S. ;he ,nk
-j t M-l W ... 1- C , tjl Ol
Cfiailis' Exchange. &,
IlOtlcn i'l.R I4Y $150.
Arn.'iniriM! inp when re(jiiirei) on (he EU-
IIOPKAN PLAN; Rooms from 50 cents,
.mil iiptvar.1.. perdv,atnt meals ai a FibT
Class Rr-TCBANT ATTACHKD TO THE HoTKL.
price a-cor.!mJ to the Bill of Fare.
I tie il y I'nr take lMsenser (rorn any
--ni ton i it ir (;io-e loihp llciic l.
ri'Enclisti, French, German and Spanish,
Lt't 17 1 -Gl . -
SPilNU .INI) SUMMER
QcrD cobles 3 l
A R T Z '& K i T
ffTAVE jut received from PhMadelphra
- spliitidtd assortment of merchandise,
Purchased at the lowest figure, and which
ihey are de'ermined lo sell for '
Cash or Country Produce,
on as moderate lerms as can be procured
elsewhere in Liuhi Sieet. Theii Slock con
sists ot LADIES' DRESS GOODS, choicest
-t)leaiid latest fahioc.
twr goods, groceries,
HAUim AUE, QUE ENS WARE. CEDAR
ir.1RR, JO L L O II'. WARE.
Iron, anil Spikes,
BOOT- ANT SHOES. HATS AND CAPS.
heady-Made clotuixc, Jtc. &C.;.
In short ever tiling u-nal'y kept in a coun
try Store. They respectfully invite their
ol I Inend, and the public seuerally.io call
ami examine thair tvtock before purchasing
fVThtf highest price paid for coantry
- MARTZ& ENT.
Liqrht S!reet,July 3.1, 1561.
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Miinufucture r r-ff" r nihil
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