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CAR OF THE NORTH
JTJsOO 51.17 K G, FA.
W'rdtesday Jlcrsing, December 35, ISS I.
W print the Star on Tuesday this wetk
in order lhat our'Printers can bare Christ
mas as a holiday.,
Thf ground is pretty completely covered
with snow. The sleighs have been seen to
try it. A 1 i t : I e more is neadaJ to make it
first-rate. The forindut:oa is excellent
The Ladies of Oranueville are not behind
thoseof other places in making op and send
ing arririesto our soldier'. They, a few
vdays ago, shipped a box of article. Jo the
army, the value of- w hich was reported to
be over one hundred dollars.
Thk Ladiks of Espy and Rohrsburg have
rtfetty generally responded to ihe appeals
made by the Sanitary Commision for our
Btck and wounded soldiers. The .lartie of
this place are very active in their efforts to
aid the army in every thing that will tend
to make them com for.able.
: ANOTHER CHANK IN A uTtS PknKy" PoST
OmcE. The "no party" par'y have remov
ed Mr. T. J. Weluvkr from the Post Office
at Welliverville, this county, and appointed
llr. J Hi Ale in bis place This is anoth
er "tec-penny" chance 1 The widows will
liave to look out next ! Heads off, is the
word with this "no party" party.
W announced some weeks since that we
intended to ihow op to our patrons before
long how -well the Star had been sustained
tlaring oor editorial career; but upftn doe
reflection over the matter, we have conclu
ded not to do it. We fear we could not say
ranch that would reflect very credibly upon
oar pafrons, hence drop the enhject.
New Post Master. We learn that- the
T'ost Office Department at Wahinnton has
effected a change in the Post Office at Cata
wissa, this county. ; Our frierd Mr I evi
Keiler, successor of Casper Rah, has been
removed and Mr. S D Regard appointed
in his stead Yot aright we know Mr. Kei
ler was a faithful and worthy officer, but
changes vill tike place in the best regulated
Howard's Express carries, gratuitously,
contributions for carrying on the "Coop
er Shop Refreshment Saloon, No. 1009,
Otsego St., Philada." This is a benevolent
organization to feed all Soldiers passing
throngh tha? city to the seat of war. They
have refreshed as man) as 7.000 in a day,
end ask aid Irom country friends in this
good work in the very lime when soldiers
most need good food.
, Jesse K. Pbtor, a primer formerly in our
rffice, and who wis a member of Captain
Craig's Company,in Col Geary's Regiment,
was captured wih Augustus Will ams ot
Hazleton, bv the rebe's, while watching a
boat along the Potomac. He with several
others had started out to steal horse ; all
had crossed but Pryor and Williams, who
were left to watch the boat, when a lot of
Cavalry came alone and captured them
They were out without any knowledge of
- DATH OK OSE OF THE 'lBON Gc.lRD Jl
the late battle at DrainesvWla one of the
Iron Guard,' met with hi death by beina
shot, the ball taking effect near ihe mouth.
The . onfortnnate person was Samcel C
Waltm, an active ycnng man and brave
soldier. The. corps arrived at this place on
Monday evening, and was interred iti the
Cemetery on Tuesday forenoon by tho hor
ma or war, the ' Home Gnards" participa
ting The remains were accompanied to
the berial grounds by a large concourse of
people. "Peace be to his ashes "
Jons G Fasr.ZE, Esq. ' Attorney at Lw
haying accepted the position of Deputy
Register and Recorder of the 'County of Co
lumbia ; has removed hi office into t e
room occupied by the Register and Recor
der in the Court Honse ; where he can al
ways be lonnd prepared to attend to the
business of his profession, and also to the
duties of his r!epojyf.hip.
CiT Persons havingbosir.ess wiih the Reg.
ister or Recorder moot come prepared to
pay the fees before the work can be done ;
No other coarse can be'adbpted by the Dep
nty, to whose care the entire business ol
ihe office has been transferred.
: A Hint to Advertisers. a bnlk winx'ow
in which to expose your wares, i a fery
pood inslitntion, because it attracts the
lention of the people to yonr place of brnTi
ress;bct an advertisement is much better
People wbo pass yonr place only ee yonr
frak window, but yoor advertisement pen.
etraes every street and alley in the p1aCe
The mountain wonld not come, to Mahomei
bo Mahomet went to the "monn'.ain. The
bulk window "will not go to the purchaser,
but the purchaser will go to the bulk win
t!owf il it i advertised in the newspaper.
It is a plain case, and few at this late diy
Jjuf what can see it. Those who have goods
faitab'e for holiday presents should let
the public bear from ihem where they are
and .what they have,
- Newspaper.-An exchange has well said:
" No: one person in a thousand estimate
the value of newspapers in times of war
Vie have heard pome people fay, 'what a
harvest for the ne wspaperi-;' they do not take
intoconsideratton that the proprietors scarce
y get back the money the paper costs on
which each issue is printed, and in these
r t;rnes additional expenses are sustained
vrhich are seldom incident to times of peace.
In ssch times, too, advertising instead of
increasing, falls ofT. The very life of a pa
per is aettti:ly,'taken away and, additional
bsrJena are tnapoed by tha large amount
rf gra'vtstions labor that, is asked by the
public in way o: calls for meetings, notices
Gf varioas societies militarj companies, ere.
Accounts of a public character are charge
able la times of peace. The press, there
for?, to-day, is really donating more, in
proportion to its means than any other in- .
etirt;-n in the Ian J, end with, perhaps, the
::.. I arrreciatioa and the t mallest' thanks:
r? Y Virtue of a writ of Alias Levaria Facias
tome directed, issued out of the Court of
Common Pleas of. the county of Columbia,
Penn'a." will be exposed :o public Bale, at
the Court House, in Bloomsbutg, on
Tbarsday the Stliday of January,
1862, at one o'clock in the afternoon, the
lollowing property to w'u:
ALL THESE SIX CERTAIN TRACTS OF
LAND, situate in Braver township, County
ol Columbia, ard State of Pennsylvania, one
of them called, BALBEC,' bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit: beginning at a post
thence by land of J.is McNeal, north, 12 de
crees net three hundred and forty perches
to a chestnut oak, thence by I.uid of Win
Gray and Win. S'eedman, south, seventy
eight degrees west, one hundred and seven
ty nine perches to a post, thence by land of
Jeremiah Jackson, south,' twelve degrpes
east, four hundred arid ten parche to a
post; thence by land of Richard BrooK,
north seventy degrees east, seventy three
perches to a dogwood, north, twelve de
crees west, fitteen perches to a post; thence
north seventy e ght decree ea?t, eighty two
perches to a black oak; thence by an old
survey, north, twelve degrees west, twenty
five perches to a hickory, and north, thirty
two degrees est, thirty four perches to the
place ol beginning containing four hundred
and twelve acres and a t. alt, and allowance
of six per cent, for roids, &c
ANOTHER of thern called 'PALMYRA,
hpoinnina at a post, thence by land of
Robert Gray, north, twelve degrees wei,
lour hundred and ten perches to a post,
thence by land of Wm. . Steedman. south,
evenly eight degrees west, one hnndre I
and sixty perches to a post; thence by land
of John Brady, south, twelve dere east,
fojr hundre t and ten perches to a post, ant'
thence by land of John Wild arid Richard
Brook, north, seventy right degree east,
one hundred and sixty six parches to ihe
jiiace of beginning, containing lour hundred
and one acre and a quarter, and allowance
of ix per r ent, for road", &c.
ANOTHPR nfthem caHed STON'V. HALL,
beginning t a ot, thence by land of John
Brady, north, twelve decrees west, two hun
dred ai:d sixty three perches to a post, thence
by land of Charles Hall, so tth seventy eisjht
decrees wes-t- two honored and seventy one
perches to h chestnut; thence by hind ol
Catharine Longenterger, south, sixteen de
2re." and a quarter enst, two lundred anl
severity six perches lo a s'one, and ihence
by land of Deborah Stewart and Tlioma9
Brooks north, seventy eight degrees eai,
two tinnJred and forty nine perches to place
ot beginning, containing four hmrtbed and
thirty eight acres and a halt, and allowance
ot six per cent for road. &c, be the amfl
more or less, on which is erected a stone
house, and about half an acre of which i
cleared land There is !o a vein of S'one
Coal opened on thi tract and a Lug? Coal
Ur-?alrr erected thereon.
' ANOTHER ot them called Farmers Deligi t
beginning at a rn!S' thence by land ol Wri . 1
Steedman, north, sixteen degree ani three
quarters west, three hundred and leri per
che. to a S.ani-h oak, thence by land of
William Vetb, south, sevet.ty tour degrees
west, one hundred and sixty two pecies to
a black oak. thence by ImJ ol Tncmas S iy,
outh, sixteen degrees east, twenty parches
to a chestnut, .thence by laud ot Cha-. Ha'l,
south, eio-ht deg'ees and a half, ea-l, threr
hundred and six'y six perches to a post,
there by land ol John Brady, north, seven
ty eight degrees east: one hundred fc. thirty
perches lo an ah; north, twelve degrees
wes', eighty perches io a wiie oak, and
north, 8-venly eight degrees east, sixty per
ches to the place of beginning, containing
four hundred and eighteen acre and allow
ance of six per cent for road.
ANOTHER of them called TROV beginning
at a post, thence by land of Jererr.iah Jack
son north, twelve degree wi, four hun
dred and ten perche io a post, thence by
land of W. P. Brady, south, seventy eight
degrees west piehly percht: t a writ! o k,
south twelve degree eas', eighty pe'rhes to
an ah. ouih seventv eiuht degrees Aest,
one hui.dred ami itiirty perches to a pot.
tnence by land of John Reese, south eleven
decrees ea-t. l.o onlred and sixiv llr"
perche to a pot.
lhe!!ce bv l.ni'i of Tho
BfOk, north seventv eiuht degrpes east,
twenty perches to a rhesnnt oak, pnuth,
twelve Leress ea&t. forty one jterche to a
Black oak, thence by the same and land o'
J .tin Willi, iicrih sexenty eight degree ea t
me hundred and six perche I t a black oai.
and north, seventy e'ght degree eal,
e ghty perches to the place of beg'nning,
c nitaining four hundred arid twenty nine
acres and a quarter, and allowance of six
Of t cent, far roads,
And the o l.erof them called "MAINE.''
t-eginr.ing at a pos', ttience by land of Win
P. Brady, noitn. eight degree and a ha I
we-t, three hundreJ and sixty two ptrrhe-
o a chestnut tree, thence by land of Thns
Say aid Jesse Budd, south seventy four de
grees wesi, nn hundred and eighty eihi
perches to a poet, thence by land of Tho
Bella, south, fi'ty five degrees east, eight)
nine perches to a chestnut oak, thence by
the same and land ol John Longenberger.
south, one hundred and eighty eight peren
es to a chestnut oak, thence by land of the
said John Lonsenberger, south, seventy six
degrees and a quarter west, one hnndre I
and twenty four perches to a post, sou'h
six een degree an t a quarter east one hun
dred and lour perches io a che-tnut tree,
and thence by land of John Reej?e. north,
.-evenly eiht degrees eai, two hundred
and severity one perches to p'ace of begin
ning, containing three hundred and eighty
one acres and three quarter and allowance
of fix per cent for roads. and also, aU
that certain Rail Road with its several
branches extending from the mines of the
I and Iron Corpany in the
of Braver to ihe Caitawissa
the same has been surveed,
out and constructed by and in
I behalf uf the AlcCanley M luutam Railroad
Compare, and all the land. Stitions Statior.
Houses, Depo-P, Shops, Brdges, emhank
"'ems, chartered rights, privileges and lran
ch'fs app tain ing to iiie said Radroad
and now eii.,ctj in helonging to the
"aid Colombia coa and Iron Company
fifieioj.f(,r ...,,- and all the chartered
- - . U t . 1- , . "
anu imports rights of the respective Com
panies consolidated ia the Columbia Coal
rtnu ii.iii v-ompany with the appurtenances.
izet' 'ken in' enaction and io be sold
as the property 0( Jacob QO(!(.f lne hand
..i- -iiiiniwraior Daniel B. Lo se, with
notice terre tenam
. JOSIAH H. FURMAN,
SHB.rrFsOFricK, ) Sheriff.
Bloomsburg, Dec, t l, issi i
For Fall and Winter,
lite-TV fttVPiVFn 17DrlT
JT A UbVUl 4 wri I
- FROM PHILADELPHIA
L. T. SHARPLES
CHEAP CASH STORE,
Great inducements to rah Ca.tomsrs
Bloomsburj, Oct. 16 16I. : '
A SUPERIOR COTTON FOK QUILTING.
&c: for eale cheap at the Cheap Cash Jbtore
f L. T. S1I AUPLESS.
Blocmsbur, October 30, I?5l.
1 Columbia Coa
! Rail Road as
1 located, laid
FOB PTJIUFYING THE BLOOD.
And for the speedy cure of the fallowing cornptnlnti:
Scrofula and SrrofnloiK AircMloiit.iuc a
Tumors, Ulcers, orci, Kruutiou i,
Plmplei, Pustules, lilotckes, lioil .
lilaiua, and all hkiit Ulseases.
Oakland, Ind.. 6th June, lS.r!.
J. C. Arm A Co. Gents t I feel it my duty to ir
ttnowlrilge -what your S-Hrnnpurilla hun done for lr .
Havin JnliPrVod a Scrofulous iufectinn. I hnve eufter -d
from it io various way for years.- Sometimes it tun it
out in Vlrers on my hands and arms; sometimes it
turned inward and dintrvmed me at the Ftomiith. X' 'o
years ao it hruke out on my head and covi-red my sc p
and ears w ith one sore, which was painful and loatltfoi le
beyond description. 1 tried many tnodicines and sevei itl
ploxiriiins. but without much relief from any thing- n
twt, the dinorder kiuw worse. At length I was rejoic d
to read in the Uospel MesaeiiKcr that you had prepar id
an altHiative (Sarsaparilla), for 1 knew from yonr repu a
tion that any thing you made must be good. 1 sent to
Cincinnati and got it, and used it till it cured me. 1 to k
it, as you advise, in small doses of a leaxpoourul ove- a
nioiitU, and used almost three bottles. New and healt iy
kin soon begun to form under the scab, which nfta'a
while R-ll vS. My skin in now clour, and 1 know by I iy
feelings that the disease htvi gone from my system. Y u
can well believe that I feel what I am saying when I I ill
you, that I hold yuti to be oue of the apostles of the a
and reiuaiu ever gratefully. Yours,
v - ALFKKD It. TALI.KT
St. Anthony's PIre. Ttoe or Kr yslpeta ,
Tetter anil Halt II Ileum, StnlJ ilea J,
ltltigworm, Sore Kjes, Dropsy.
. Dr. Itotiert 51. Prrblo writes from Salem, N. Y., 1 ;th
Pept lSia, that ho li.is cured an inveternto case of
Vropsy, which tliredtcned to terminate fatally, by tie
persevering use of our .- ai sapHrilla. and aho a tlnu.en us
Malignant Try iptl.iM by lari;e doses of the mine; ys
he enres the common t.'ruptiims by it constantly.
Drone hocele, Uoitre or Swelled Nee t.
7.Lbulou SI an rf I'nfpect, Texas, writes : "'i'lirne I ot
tlee of ynur Snrsauirilla cured me from a OuUre a 1 Id
eous swellinir on the neck, which I had uutlered fi in
over two yoars."
I.fnrnrrhirs or IVIi it e. Ovarian Tnm r,
I;terlne Ulceration, Frnmle Uiseaaei .
Dr. J. B. S. Channins- of New Ymk City, writes ; " I
tnost cheerfully roinily with the reiiiieHlof your ai;en '. Jn
b.i ing 1 have found your ciarsiiparilla a most exccll int
Iterative in the numerous complaints for which wa
employ such a remedy, but especially in fmale J'isei tfS
of tho Scrofulous diathesis. I have cured many itive r
ate cases of I.eucorrlioea by it, and some wtiere Ihe c m
plsint was caused by ulceration of tho t. The nl tr
ation itself was soon cured. Nothing within my km wl
eil.n eqnals it for these female derailments."
ixJwnrd S. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, " A i nn
renus ovarian tumor on one of the females i:i my fnn lly,
which had dotted all the remedies we could employ, tins
at length been completely cured ly yonr Kxtract of 5--saparilta.
Our physician thmmht nothing but exti pa
tion coubl afford relief, but lie advised the trial of j our
Sarsaparilla as the Inst resort before cutting;, an I it
proved effectual. After taking vnur remedy elht wi eks
no symptom of the disense reinains.
Srpliill and Mcrenrial Disense.
Nrw Oni.rA?s, JJMh AuRiist, 1k I.
Dr. J. C. Atfr : Sir, I cheerfully comply with tin le
anest of your aeonr. and report to you some of the ef ects
1 have realized with your r?.rsaparUla.
1 hnve cured witli it, in my practice, most or the om
ptaints for which it is recommended, and have fonu I its
effects truly wonderful in the cure of f'rnrrml and lr
turiot Iti fine. One of my patients had Syphilitic n cers
tu his throat, which were consuming his palate am tl;e
top of his mouth. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily ta ten,
cured him in live weeks. Another was attacked by sec
ondary symptoms in bis nose, and the ulceration hud
eaten away a considerable part of it, so that I hclievi toe
disorder would soon reach his brain and kill him. It it it
yielded to my admit) 1st ration of your Sarsaparilla: tho
tih-ers healed, and he Is well aain, not of course wit lout
Some dirtflnration to his face. A womau who liad K-en
treated for Ihe same disorder by merenry was suffi ring
from this poison in her txuies. 'J'hey had become so sen
sitive to the weather that on a damp day she sultere I ex
cruciating pain in tier joints and bones. She, too was
cured entirely by your i-arsnporilia in a few week I. I
know from its formula, which your agent gave me, that
this Preparation from your laboratory miiNt be a .Teat
remedy: consequently, these truly reiuaikable results
with it have not surprised me.
Fraternally yonrs, 0. Y. I.ARI5IER, 51. D.
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Com pi a nt.
MDEPESPKMCE, Trenton Co., Ya.. Cth July, 1
Dr. J. C. Aral: Sir, 1 have been atllicted wiih a jain
fnl chronic Ji'irumiitmii fur a long time, which Lallle I tha
kill tf physicians, and stuck to me in spite of all tha
remedies could fmd, until 1 tried yonr Saraaparilla. One
bottle cured me in two weeks, and restored my pe aeial
health so much that I am far better than before was
attacked. I think it a wonderful inediiine. J. UK AM.
Jules Y. Oetcliett. of Ft. Louis, writes; "T have lecn
afflicted for years with an ajhxliau of the .ircr, "hirh
destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every bing
fitiled to relieve me; and I have been a broken dowi man
for some years from no other cause than dmingn sit of
Vie I.irfr. Jly beloved pastor, tho ltev. Sir. Kspy. ac vised
lne to try your Sarsaparilla, because he Kaid he kr.ev yon,
and any tbin you made was worth trying. ly the bless
ii g of Uod it lias cured lne, and has so purified my blood
as to make a new man of me. I fee! youni again. Tha
beet that can be said of yon is not half good enough "
Sehlrrns.Cancer Tvtmora, r.nlsrem tnt,
I' tccrnt ton, Carles and Kxloliwtio i of
A great vari'-ty of esse liavelwen reported to ns irhere
rnres of thf formidable couiplaiuts liave re'ultw from
I lie use of tlds remedy, but our space here wilt not admit
them. Some of them may lie found in our Ani?rican
Almanac, which the agents llow named are plea wd to
fornirfli gratis to all who call for them.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, Kp'lep
sy, Melancholy, Neuralgia
Many remarkable cure of thepe anectKms linv" been
made ly the alterative power of this medicine. It stimu
lates the vital fiiiiclions into vigorous action, an 1 thus
overcomes disorders which would be supposed liey md its
reach. Such a lemedy has long been required by he ne
cessities of the people, and wo are ronfidc-ut that tl is will
di for them all that mc'dicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoiral,
TOR TIIE RATID ctee op
Coughs, Coltta, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Itronrliitis, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the lteliel'
of Consumptive I'atlents
In advanced Stages
of the Disease.
This Is s rewidy so unlvei.-ally known to snrp i sny
other for the ctiro of throat and lung complaints, that it
is useless hera to publish the evidence of its virtu -s. Its
unrivalled excellence for rouphs and colds, and i A truly
wonderful cured of pnlmonary disease, have I lade it
known throughout the civilized nations of tin earth.
Few are the communities, or even families, amoi g them
who have not some personal experience of itslTects
some living trophy in their midt of its victory ver the
subtle and dangerons disonw-rs or tlie throat am. lungs.
As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorder, and
as they know, too. the effects of this remedy, we I eed not
do more than to aspire them that it has now all the vir
tues that it did have when making the cures whi ;h have
won so strongly opn the confidence of mankind
Prepared by Tr. J. C. AYEE & CO., Lowell , Mass.
r, iXIR PROPYLAMiMr.
During the jmt jear we fieve intindnred
to the noticB rf the rr;ediral profii(in of
this country the fure Crytalized Ch or'uh of
Propijlumine a a
KCS1EUT FOR RUEOXATI !
And hitvinit ret-ivrd trori many toutce,
both (rum pl-,sicians ol ttie tnatiet-i siand
ina an! from patient, the mnei
FlittiTinR Trtlmnnial of l: Krn i Valnf
in ib-. treatment of lfw painful ant' obfti
na'e disease, we are induced to prnent it
to ihe pnbiic in a form READY FOR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hop will com
mend itelf lo he who are PufTeridg wi'h
thi fifflic'in" complaint, anil to th medi
cal pradiiioner who may feel di.; osed lo
test the powers of thi valuable renmdy.
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in tie form
above ipoken of, has recently beet exten
sively experimented with in the
and with MARKED SUCCESS (a will ap
pear from the poblished accounts in ihe
CP It i carefnlly pni op ready for im
mediate ne, witfi full direction, and ran
Its obtained from all ihe drosgi la at 7f
cents per bottle, and at wholesale if
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufactnrina ChemMt,
Philadelphia, Jcne 26, 18611
CAUPCT WEAVIXU- '
MRS. Catharine Zuppinaer bejs Iae
to invite the attention of lie public
that f he is now prepared to produce any
width from thre quarters lo five quarters
nice and trong. She will endeat or to suit
Bloomsbor?, ov. 20, 1861. J- :
FOR S A I-B ! !
QEVFRAL desirable Building; Lots in
riocn.bnrs, lor le. LV RT
' J w w v -
DISSOLUTION CF PARTNERSHIP.
jVOTICE is hereby given that the cb-part-
' rership heretofore existing btween the
late firm of Mart & Em, at Lighl Street, is
this day, (Nov 25, 1861.) dissolved by mu
tual consent of the parties. The book,
&c, remain in the hand of Teter Ent, one
ol ihe member" of the firm, by whom all
claims Bgainst the Paid firm will be paid:
f.(l those indebted to ihe firm will please
call and make payment ol the same. .
. Lipht Streri, Fov. 27, 1861.
JMJW f?A?I.E?.l SIIO-,
In Court louse Jilley opposite the Ex
THE vrv'ersi;jied wonld respectfully in
lorm the citizens of Bloomsburg a ml the
public: oeneraily, lhat he has opened a
Opposite the Court House ami next ilor to
the effee of the Columbia Democa:,w here
iie is. prepared to execn'e Shaving, H.iir
fresi;in and Shampoonine, in ihe best of
manner, with despatch, and io eene;al pat
ihfacunii. GEORGE N.ADDISON.
Hloousbnrg, Nov. 27, 1?61.
THE nnriprsioneii will be in Bloomsburs
with FKESII OYSTERS,
I very WcdMersJay and Fiid iy,
Which he will sell at 31 cents per quart ;
90 eeuis per Can ; and 45 cents per Half
Can. EM AM' EL PETERS.
November 13, 1861 -loi.
4 NEW ASSORTMENT of walch and
clock mMerialu, of the right quality,
receiver!, which will be o lTered in all caees
on jood coiidilons.
Bloomburs, April ?5, 1861.
The Ad verier, having been restored lo
heal in a very fw week by a very pim
pie rfrrpCy al'er having nif!rJ several
yenr with a severe I u I i afl-'ctio' anil that
ilreail diea.ae, Conurnpiion is anvioiM to
make known to hi h'l!ow-si)tferer the
rrfuns of cure.
T all who ile'ire it; he will pend a copy
of the prei riptinri oed, (lre t rnrf.)
with ihe direciions for preparing and uina
the fame, which ihey will fi'i'l a sure cure
tor Consumption, Asthma, Bronchiti, &c.
The oniy tt jr? l r.f ihe aitvrtier in -eml
in; the I'rfu ript'on is to benpfit the iiffl c
leil, am! tiprpail inlormatiO'i which he con
reive lo bf iti valuable, and lie hop every
riilfpier v i't iry hi remedy, ii wdlcor-t
ilin; iKii'iii'a, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wii-iiin ihe j,r9cript ion will
Rpv. EDWARD WILSON,
Wi!liambius, Knigs t-o., N. V.
Otobpr 3o, IX6I, '6-n.
JmX iS 4m i 4 g
Are pure vegetable extracts. They cure
all lulion- disorders of the human system.
They resnlate and ir.visorate the liver and
kidr.ers: thev give tone lo the d pestive
ors-tr" ; 'they regulate Ihe secretions," ex
cretionand exhalations, eqoahze the cir
i-niatioo, and pnrilv ihe Mood. Thti, all
hiliocs complaint some of which are
I'crpid l iver, Si k Headache, Dyspepsia,
Pile-, ChiiU and Fevers, Co-tivene8 or
Looxenei-e are entirely controlled and
cured by then? remedies.
Rpmoves the morbid and bilions depoiN
Irom the stcmaco and bow els, regulate the
liver ar.d k'diiey. rerr'Ovirie everv ottrne
tion, restores a pattiral and hea'thy action
in ihe vumI rraris It is a superior
.Much betlr than PilN, and much easier to
DARLING'S LIFE BITTERS
I a superior lor.ic and dinrlic ; excellent io
ra-e cf lo-s of appetite, flafoleoey. female
weakness, irrenlarities, pain in die ide
and bowel, Mind, protruding and bleedin
;ile, and oeneral dehili'v.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY :
Jas. L. Crumley, merchant, 1 Fulton
street, New York, wrie, Atii ot IS, 1P60:
"I have been afflicted wi:h ile. rcnm
piiiiied with bleeding, the last three years :
A i.l tikitr f 1 1 itl h s ri -c s 1 1 still 1 1 1 1 f i fkwl J '
niltl III " S.f.TVI I J 1 'Sl-. .
lion Jonn A. Cross write, ''Brooklyn,
Man-h 15, I860. In the sprma ot 159 1
took severe cold, which induced a violent
(ever. I took two dose ol
DAUI.ING:S LIVER REGULATOR.
Il broke tip my cold and lever at once.
Pievious to this a lack, I had been troubled
wiih dyspepsia several months ; I have fell
nothing ot it since."
Oti Smdlev, Eq., 128 Easl 2RtIi Street,
N.Y., write "Auiusi 13, 1860 I had
a difficulty with Kidney Complaint three
years, witii constant pain in the small cl'my
back. I bad used most ail kind ol medi
cines, but found no per.iiurient relief until I
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
:ml lAt'c Hillrrsi,
I passed clotted blood by the urethra.
I am now entirely cured, ami take pleasuie
in reoommendnin these remedies."
Mr. C. Tebow, 11 Cristopher Street, N.
Y., wriite : "Feb. 20, I860. I have been
subject lo attacks of Asthma ihe last twenty
years. I have never found anything equal
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
in alfordina immediate relief. It is a thor
ough Liver and bilious remedy."
Mrs Younjr, of Brooklyn, writes. "Feb.
28, 1860 In Msy last I had a severe at
tack of Piles, which confined me to the
houe. I took one bottle ot
Darling's lAVc Hitters
and was entirely cured. I have had no
D. Westerveli, Esq., of South fih, near
8lh Street, Williamsburg, L. I., writes
' Augur: 6, 1860 Having bren troubled
wiih difficulty in the Liver, and subject to
bilious attacks, 1 was advised by a inatid
10 "DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so, and found il to operate admi'ably,
removing the bile and arousing the liver to
activitv. I have also used i' a a
When our children are out of sor's, we
give them a fev drops and it sets them alt
ri tit." I find it meets the general wants Of
the stomach and bowels when disordered. "
Reader, if yoa need either or both of
the most excellent Remedies, inquire for
them at the stores ; if you do not find them
lake no other, bo t inclose One Dollar in a
letter, and on receipt of the money, the
Remedy or Remedies will be sent accord
ing lo your directions, by mail or express,
post paid. Address,
DAN'L S. DARLLXG,
102 Nassau St., New York.
Put tip in 50 cent and $1 Bottles each.
No rernber fi,186I.-6rTt. - r '
EOMETIIIXG FOR THE TIMES t
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD!
JOHNS & CROSIsFiV'S
AMEUICAN CEMENT GLUE
The Strongest (ilne in the World.
The Cheapest Glue in the World
The Most Durable Glue in the World.
Ttie Only Reliable Glue in the World.
The Bfi Glue in irfe World.
AMERICAN CEMENT CLUE
li the the only article of the kind ever
WILL WITHSTAND WATER.
il WILL MEND WOOD,
Save your broken Furniture.
IT WILL MEND LEATHER, . .
Mend yonr Hume, Straps, Bim, boots &c
IT WILL MEND GLASS,
Save Ihe pieces of thai expensive Cut Glap
IT WILL MEND IVORY,'
Don't throw away that broken ivery Fan, it
i ef ily repaired.
IT WILL MEND CHINA,
Your broken Ctiina Cups ami Saucer can
be made as good a rew.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That piece knocked out ot yonr Marble
Mantle can be pot on a Mroii an ever.
IT WILL MEND T0RCELA1N,
No ma'ter it lhat brok ri Pitcher did no
cost but a frhillins, a chilling saved is
a fhiMinz earned.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER,
That cos-ily Alaaier Vae is broken and
you can't riuttcti it, menu il. it will nev
er show when pui 1oethr.
IT WILL MEND BONK. CORAL. LAVA,
AND IN EACr EVER V THING BUT
Any ar-ich Cemented with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE will nm show vWiere
it if mended.
"Every Hcnrekeepei houlJ have a nip
ply ol J hn & Croeley'a Cement Glue."
Acta Yoik Times.
"It is so ronvenient to have in the
h o iii-e. " A'f ip York Exit en.
'lIt is aif) rend) ; rtiis commends ii
to every body.'' Iudepenrlen'.
"We have tried it, and find it as tiefnl
in onr houce as water," Wilke Sprit of the
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
210.00 per j ear saved in every Utility by
One Bottle of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
' Price 25 Cer.'.s per Bo'il-s.
Price 25 Cents per B ml.
Prifje 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cent per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bo!iI.
Price 25 Cen's per Boole.
Very Liberal Hednrlion to Whole
1 1' For Sa'e by all Dniai'ir't, and Store
keepers aenerwllv throi)hnni irm romnry
(Sole M 4iinlacmrtr.)
7h WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Liberty street. NEW YORK'.
Important to Hni-e O vner.
I rtporiHiit io Builder.
Important 'o Bad Road Companies.
Important to Farmers.
To ell whom this mny come n . ond il concerns
JOIIXS V "C'ROSLET'S
IM I ROVED GUI I A PERCH A.
Trie Ctieapesi and most durable Kuolin g
in oe i
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied io New and Ol I Riol of
A!! kind, sieep or flat, an 1 lo Shingle
Rrots ni'hnt'l reofOvmj; the Shirg!.
THE ( OST IS ONLY A I-OUT ONE-THIRD
TH T OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
This ar'ic! t,a, been ihooay tPSt'd in
New York City and all parts 01 ihe United
S'ate, Canada, West Indie and Central
and South America, on Buildings of all
kind, snch as Factories, Foundries Church
es. Rail Road Dppoi. Car, and on Public
Budding- generally, Government Buildings.
&c. by dte prinrvpal Builders, Archiiect
and otl.er, during the pa' f"r vear. and
has proved to be the CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use ; it i
in every respect a fiir, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
7h is tie OSLY material manvftclurel in
fhp United Sliitlt which rim bines the vtv I
(Vstrable pro. erties if EhsticHy urd Dnra
1'itity, wh ich are universally r U ri.w'ed eil
to ti- po-ssse,' by GU 1 TA PERCHAan l
iN'o Ileut is required in making appli
cation. The evpense of apph ing it is trifling". a r
oidiuary Roof can be covered and fin
ished the some day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANY ONE.
I'.ndwh-.i finished form a pnfictly Fi-e
Proof surf tee with rt ela' e -hotly, which
cannot be ii j-ired b Heat. Colli or Storms,
Shrinking: of Roof Boards, nor any extein'sl
a.;ti on v ha eir.
LHH'ID CUTIA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Coaling Methls ol all Kinds when ex
posed lo the action of ttie Weather and
For Preserviut and Impairing, Mtfal
Itnof i of all Kinh,
Thi is the only Composition Known
which will successfully resist extreme
change of climate, for anv length of time,
w hen applied to me'als, lo which it adheres
hrmlv, lorming a body equal to three coat
of ordinary paint, cots innch les and will
LAS P THREE TIMES AS LONG ; and
from ils elaticiiy is not injured by Ihe con
traction of TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
consequent upon sudden changes of the
1. will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEA 1 HER AND WILL NOP
Leaky Tin pnd other Metnl Roof can re
rea.ldy repaired wiih GUTTA PERCH A
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor
rosion aucv leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water light Roof for many years.
This Cement is peculiarly adapted for ihe
preservation of Iron Railing, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sales, Agricultural Implements, Ate,
also lor "eneral manufacturers n-e
GUTTA PERCIU CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Meial Roots or every description, from its
great elasiicity, is not injured by the con
iraction and expansion ot Metals, anC will
not crack in cold or run in iann weather, j
These material are adapted to all cli
mates, and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom anv part of ttie country, at short
no-ice, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
roll, ready prepared tor use, and GUPTA
PERCH A CEMENT in barrels, wi.h full
primed directions tor application.
Ji GENTS WANTED.
We will make liberal and satirfictory arrange
menu with resptmsifde p-n lies who would like to
estahlii-h thcmselnes a Lncrauve and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH
We can give abundant prool of all we
claim in favor of our improved Roofing
Materials, have applied them to several
thousand Roofs in New Yoik City and vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
JFholesah Warehouse 1-lVWiam St.,
Corner ol Liberty Strebl. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be furnished on application,
ilhl-erj JlUXx , -
AND COLUMBU COI'NTT
.. AT M1LLVILLE, PENN'A.
In porta nt Additions 1 In prdvecienl?
Atitnmn Term to ttimnence Augnl 1?.
TTHJS Institution which has been ia snr
J- cessful operation far the past len yean ,
is about undergoina a very important rer
ovation, in order to place it on a more sta
ble baei than ever, and present iHcilitie
which are not surpassed by ordinary Acad
emies in Northern Pennsylvania. Among
Ihe improvement will be a large ihrpp.
storied budding which will give much ad
ditional room and uieater conveniences lor
boarders; a commodious hall lor a lecture
room and public exercie, convenient clxsx
room, a library and reading room contain
ins a i-abinei ot minerals and e u ri r. i i e-,
balh room, &c. An experienced and
ihoronshly qual.fied classical teacher and
lecturer will be at ihe head ol the Board of
Instruction, bin the Principal will have ihe
general superintender.ee of the institution
an.l nMODfl a share ol the duties of teach
inn. Regular leciujen will be dliveied
j upon various scientific subjects, as well a
upon me jneory huh praruce ot ieactsi2.
and a Normal Class of yoorj men and
women who wih to qualify themselves ior
teichers' profsion, will receive especial
attention am. asisiRtice.
The course of Instruction itl the school
will be thorough and systematic, calculated
to embrace the various tranchesot a prac
tical education.. Ample provision will be
made for the study ot the higher Mathe-
ma'tcs. the elucidation of Physics, ami the
Natural Scieric-s, by means of suitable ap
paratus, ard for the siudy ot the latin,
Greek, and German languazes, to, enable
student to quality themselves for commer
cial and sciermtic pursuus, or to enter any
la at college.
The rontilry location of this Seminary in
a ple!anl vil!ai.e,in a healthy and flnurih-
, l etsoutnw., auw., ior me eie-
1 t Ii i . 1 1
fltrti iwiic n 113 uiyini Btriiiiiurill, anu
where the pupil are r.ot surrounded by
those demoralizing influences, and temp
tations found in our ci ies, larger (owns and
many other localities, with no -outside in
fluences to divert treir atien'ion Irom liter
ature and the work of mental culiure, pre
sent attractions and inducements to con
siderate parent emulous student, seldom
fonr.d surrounding large schools and acad
emies. The Li'erary Society al-o, ore of the old
est and bc-t conducted in this section of
comi'ry. presents an attractive feature and
tiselnl auxil'ary. to a practical e location.
The improvements will be under the
immediate charge of an efficient Board nl
Trustees, apoinnied by the S-minary Com
pany, srnd will to completer! i i time for
he Antnmn term, to commence the 12 h
of August next.
While thankful for pa patronage we
wij. to merit a continuance ot similarly
vor. and as we intend to include a higher
grade anil wider range r.f ins. ruciop, see
re-pe'!lnl!y solicit a carefnl examination
into out facilities and claims.
Boarding, washing, tuition, lights and
incidental expenses, for one quarter of
eleven week, will be Thir'y Dolurs, one
half pat ah'e in advance the o;her half
and all tuition bill will be expected prompt
It at t te expiration ot each quarter.
B tarding, with furnished room", one
I union in common hnglih branhces
t. u .i k i it
inc luding Mathematics and Book
Keej ing by Double Entry
Tuition in La'in, Greek, and German
Washing, Light. and incidental ex
p-Mi-e-, one q.iafter.
Thoe who lsire to proenre scbolarhips
or attend by the year, will be accommoda
ted at a reasonable discount, and students
wishiii! to secure rooms shoulJ make sea
For fiiriner part. cnlar addre
WM. BURGESS, PrincHal
Gforgf MtTitR, J. K. Evrs. )
Dr. A. P Heller. F.t.t.t Eves, Trustees
BrNJAMIN K. F.VK, )
MMlvili. Mat C9.
ST. i.oum ho i i:r,,
H1IMMT STREET. AD0VE TIIIRD
IN 'he in'ri.eiiia'M neiehboibnod ol ttie Jo'i
t ii.y House on Maikei 'Third, and Chest
nut Stree', the Bnks, Post Orfiee, Mer
chailis' Exchange. &it.. &C
iiouii) iM.ii i iy $1 nn.
Accorn in iida' ion when required on ihe EU
IIOI'F.AN PLAN: Rooms from 50 cent
and upward, per dt,ai'd meals ai a First
("LA Re-HRANT ATTACHED IO THE HOTEL
Price a'-cor lttiii to lne Bdi- ol Fre.
I tie lly ii r lk' l'nn iipi from any
Mniidii lo i i;iii.f loitie lloiil.
Tr" Enuiish, French, German and Spanish
July 17. Ir.t.
F5AS Just received frcn Philada l.ihia,
and i no opening at Ihe old sianii
latalv occupied In Mar z and Ent a splen
did Hsi.r:ii;eiit ol merchandize, which will
be sold c'e ap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
H' stock souststs ol Ladie' I)res (ioods,
cljoicei stv'esnnd la'est fashions.
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, Q E E N S -. V A R E .
CEDAR WARE. HOLLOW-WARE
IRON, NAH AND SPIKES
BOO IS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTH IN (J, &C. fcC.
In short everything usually kept in a
coun try store.
The patronage of old friend, and the
public generally, i respectfully solicited.
The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER EN P.
Liht Street, Dec. 18, 1861
fY virtue of a writ of Ixviria Foci is lo
- ir.e direcltd, issued out ot the Court ot
Common Pleas ol Columbia county, IVnna.,
will be exposed to public sa'e, at the Court
House in Boomshnr, on WEDNESDAY
I HE 8th DAY OF JANUARY, 1862, at one
o'clock in the adertioon, the following prop
erly, lo wit :
AH those five town lo's in the town rI
Uublevipe, in Beaver Vaey, Columbia
coiiuiy and State of Pennsylvania at I lie
foot of the McCauley Mountain, said lots
beiiti! numbered in ihe Mirvey or draft of
said town, a lot'Nns. one, two, three, ftuir
atd five, lying coniignoiis, t-ituate on tlie
North Eh-I cor'ier of sixth and McCauley
Strsets,,and i;i Plot number one, the said
five lots Iroming nto hundred and fifiy "fl
on said McCauley street, and exte-j" 1,1
depth one hundred and iwentv ive eeU ..
Seized taken in execuf""' "'
t,f Jtfichael Graham add
as the ptopeily
Catharine Graham. .,....
JOSI A H'H. FURMAN.
SberifTs OtTiee, Sheriff
LIFE) PILLS & PHOENIX BITTERS.
HMHESE MEDICINES hare now been te-
fore the public for a period of Thirty
Years, and during that time have maintained
a high rhamcier in almost every part of the
Ulobe foi tt.eir extraordinary and immli
diate power ol restoring peifecl health to
persons ..uflerme under nearly every kind
nf,iieaseio which the human frame ia
liable. The fo'!fuviri2 among: the distressing
vsrieiy of human diseases in which the ,
Vi:ul:T4iii.i. Lifc JitDic iCS
Ap well knorn to be infallible.
DVSPEPSI , by thoroughly cleansing
ihe first ad ierond stomaches, and crea
tine a flow of ptre, hea'.'.ny bile, instead of
the i-iale ami hind kn it: rlamlenc") lxss
ol A p pel he Heartburn, Headnclie, ReSilesa
pes-. Ill-Ternper Anxiety. Lanenor, Hnd
Melancholy, whu-h are ihe general symp
tom of DtspepM, v i I vanish, a a ol
lural coiiseqiienee of its cure.
( OS I I V EN ESS. bv i lesnsina ihe w hole
length of the intestines witti a ao'vem pro
cess, and w iihooi v iob-nce; all violent pur
ses leave the bowels coeiive wilhin two
FEVERS or all kinds, resoriP2 th
blond to a repnlar ci r ulation, ttironh the
process of respiration i n Mich cases, and
toe thorough solmiun ol all intertinal cb
Mruotioc in others. , r-
The Lile Medieines hav be" known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and tiOUT in hall lhat time, by
removing local ii,fl imat'on frm ihe mus
cles and ligaments of the nints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, bv freein2 and
lrenjthtnsf the kiiinejs and Madder; they
operate rnO"t delightfully on these impor
tan t organs, and hence have ever been
found a certain remedy for Ihe worst cases
Al.-o W0BMS, by dislodinsj from the
turning of ibe bowels the slimy matter to
which these creatures adhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and iNVETERTEV
1 ' '
SOKES, bv ihe perfect pun-v wnicb teseli
LIFE MEDICINES give io tLe blood, and
al! the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and RAD
COMPLEXIONS, bv their alterative emscf
upon the fluids that feed ihe akin, and the
morbid state of which occasions all erup-
ti'-e complaints, sallow, cloudy and other
The use of these Pill for a vety shri.
tim will effect an entire cure of SALT
RHEUM, and a striking improvement in
the clernes ot the skin Common Cold
and Influenza will always be cmed by one
dose, or by I wo ir. Ihe wort ca-es.
PILES The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cored of Piles, 35 yers
Manning by the use of the Life Medicine
FEVER AND AGUE. For ihis sronrge
of the Western country, these Medicines
will be found a safe, speedy, and ceitsit
remedy. Other medicines leave the sys
tem ul j-ct to a return of the disease a
enrebv these Medicines is permanent
TRY THEM, be Satisfied and be Cored
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS General Debi'ity, Loss of a p.
peti e, and Diseases of Female ihe Med
ici'tes hase been used with ifip most ben
efici! results in cases of this description!
Kiii2 Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst form
yields io the mild vet powerful action of
these remaikable Medicines. Night Sweat
Nervou- debility, Nervous Complaints of
al! kind-. Palpitation of Jhe Heart, Pain
ter' Colic, are sneedily s-ured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES.-Porson.wri 0
constitutions have becom impajrt-d by the
injidiciou use ol Mercury, will rind thesst
Medicines a perfect cure, s ihy never
fsil to eradicate from the system, all tf
efftcis of Me-cury, infinitely ooouer than
the inosi powerful preparations of Sarsapai
r'tlfa. Prepared and sold hv
W. B. MOFFAT,
335 Brodwav, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
April 17. If 61-1 y.
04NIH. ,AVM)i:K, I'Uol'ItlKTd't.
WYOMING, LUZERNE COUNTY, PENN.
fJflHE Proprietor respectfully informs hia
jL fnends and ihe public enerally that he
has taken charge of the Wyoming Home, in
the tillage ol Wyoming, ne.ir the Rulroad
Depot of that place, an I has fitted it out so
as to entertain both transient and perma
nent visitor in a suitable and comfortable
manner. His rooms are spacious and airy
aiiii nin unit i auw idiru n aoo i ins innva.
nience and romfori ol the traveling commu
lity, hu alo to those who would seek a
pleasant summer resori with families.
HIS TA RLE will be supplied with the best
he market can afford ; end hi BA R wul hjf
I l,r likllf l wiih the onros! Ilmmi. K 1 1 rm
be obtained. The proprietor will give fns
exclusive attention to ihe comfort and con
vemence ol his inests. and is determined
to make the WYOMING HOUSE rank a-
moii" the firs! hotels in the M tie.
The Proorie'or hopes that from hi oxpe
rienee in the business, and by unremitting
altentio i on hi part, combined with a jtnl,.
cious selection ol the mosl carefnl and oblig
ing servant, lie may be entitled to the fa
vorable consideration of ihe public, and re
ceive a lit-errtl share of their patronage.
iT Please cive him a call, and indo-e
IIENRT ZrPI'IXCER S
WATCH MAKER SHOP.
rIMlE urulersigned would; respect-j
tuny iniorm the public, thai he
" !" l'i.iiidr aueniior. tn
s . 1 n I 111 II tla 1 rx S.... I .
his Misiness line.'especiall v to all kin.i-f-.f
j watches. chronorr.eters,cliKks, jewelry &c.
I k.".. Jewelry, clocks and watches. aIw
v --, -no no rir, guarartieeo. He I
not dear, as some say, unless it is an tJ
pensive job, and then all are dear. Cori
and jud2e for yosrself. He keeps gof
selection of spectacle-, al-o specticle alJ
e without frames io fit atjy friirnB
to suit ar.y ace. Any thins-, lhat can!
done in this line in the c'ny can also
done in some of the shops of Bioom-ri
and frequently be terand lower. We
the same menus, ir.ore spacious shopf
at a more moderate rent than those J
cities. Come and convince vonr,e. t
fcutar a'lention paid to
'clocks or clironomeiersr2?
to all kiius
uj emier clocks or 'mc;
nr. Alii L'PPI.VfTica.
n oomsMircr, rNov. 20, 1661.
Irtv Arrival of
FALL AM) IVI.MEK GOODS,
t r 1 1 1. Hi eiiiioo lotus Muck of cheap
.an.l tashionahle clothing a' his store .P?
Main Sireei, two doors above the i-ort-ican
House.' where he has ' gpp.rel,
merit of men and l,ny,,nb",e
including the mo. f i - A wa fit
I I V "" 9&1
t. ,. tock,(inm, and OilCioi Coat
BX;,?-?f.s and sizes, Pants of 1 Ar
'awl, stripes and fisnre vests, shir'N cra
ts, stock, collar, handkerchief, g?oveN
suspender and fancy arsicles.
N B He will also make to ate' nJ '
tide ol ciodiing at very short nit"' "IJ V
the best of mstmer. Al bis cU"r. ngj
made to wear, and mni of it " ol b