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SLAB OF THEN0RTH
There are rre.Hly two hundred names oa
the volunteer relief roll ol Lycoming county.
On account ol a press ol job work for the
pat week our paper does not contain its
usual variety of selected or editorial matter.
Bound, of the Senate, and Tate and Tutton
Ol ine (louse, uaie vui iuu iui uwnv
In ths ippointm knt ol a conservative
Democrat as .Secretary of. War, President
Lincoln has paid a nigh compliment to the
principles of the national Democratic party.
Ii is an acknowledgment pn bis part, that
the Union can not be restored nor the Gov
eminent administered on an abolition bas
is. - .
' We would again call attention to Henry
Zappinger'a establishment; he is a reliable
gentleman, and on watches, clocks, Jewelry
to. one of the most skilful workmen, that
can be found either in Ciiy or Country. He
bas also the agency of. and keeps for 6ale,
two kinds of sewing machines, one for ten
dollars, the other for twenty-five. The best
selection of spectacles, and the secret how
to get a suitable pair, will be found with
The ir news has not been much looked
after of late by us. We will endeavor to
keep op with what transpires in a few days.
II D iid V U w cat i w v ft ' f ' I
this place within the last few days. The
capture of Norfolk wai rumored which we
believe was afterwards contradicted. A
fight in Kentucky was reported with con
siderable loss on both sides, the rebels
coming off second best as usual.
Godst's Lior's Book for February is out.
It is astontsDtng wnai a quantity 01 piates,
colored and plain, and printed matter, God
cj gives per year for the small sum ol S3.
There is no periodical better suited for
home reading than Godey." We rrever see
anything in this publication but that would
tend to elevate and refine the m'md of the
reader. And one great desideratum is, that
t 1 "V J . - Vi n mI.a elri.aj
wniie wouey aims iu imoro, ut
to instruct bis reader. It would be a ben
efit to the Country if a copy of Godey were
taken in every family in the land
During the past year we beve introduced
to the notice of the medical profession of
Ms country the Pure Crystalized Chloride oj
PrOvvlmine a a
IlE3IEDYF0R RHEOIATIS3I !
And having received from many source,
both fr.ro physician ol the highest stand
ing and from patients, the most
Fluttering l fllmooiHN of l: ICal Vnlae
in the treatment of thu painful and obsti
nae dispase, we are induced to preent it
to the pubiic in a form READY FOR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hop will com-
i r . . l i CC '. . mil K
tnena iisen io nise wnu re miicuns
this afflicting complaint, and lo the medi
cal practitioner who may feel disposed to
test the powers of this valuable remedy.
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in the form
above spoken of, baa recently been exten
sively experimented wiih in the
and with MARKED SUCCESS (as will ap
pear from the published accounts in the
- CF It is carefully put up ready for im
mediate use, with full direction, and can
be ob'ained from all the druggists ai 75
cents per bottle, and at -wholesale of
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists,
Philadelphia, Jcne 26, 1861 ly.
NOTICE is hereby giving to all lesttees,
creditors and other persons interested
la the estates of the respective decedents
and mmori, that the follow'ng administra
tion and guardian accounts have been filed
in !he office of the Register of Colnmba
county, and will be presented, fol confirma
tion and allowance io the Orphan's Court,
to be held at Bloomsburg, in the ct rniy
aforesaid, on Wednesday the 4ih daj of Feb
ruary next, at 2 o'clock, in the afternoon.
1. Final account of David Allen, Survi
ving Executor of John Allen, late of Madi
son township, deceased.
2. Final account of Margaret Brass, ad
ministratrix of A. J. Brass, late ol Berwick,
3 Final account of George Appleman
Guardian of Effie Catharine Patterson,
dzoghter of Aaron Paterson deceased.
4. Final account of Jacob Hagenbucb,
Guardian of Amelia C. Bowman, late Ame
lia C Hedley, as filed by Jeremiah Hagen
buch, Executor of Jacob Hagenbucbjdec'd.
. 5. Final account of Johit J. Barkfey, ad
ministrator, of Iddings Barkley, iate of
Bloom township, deceased.
6. Final account of Evan Adam, the
administrator of William Adams, late of
Eriarcreak township, deceased.
7. First account of John Appleman, ad
ministrator of Baltis Appleman, late of
Hemlock township, deceased.
5. First account of Cyrus Be McHenry,
Oliver Co-anhovan and Wesley Wirt, ad
ministrators of John Covanhovan late of
Orange township, deceased.
9. Th:rd account of Peter Ent, one of
the Exera ors of Matthew McDowell, late
cf Scott township, deceased. "
10. Third account of Theodore McDow
ell, cne cf ths Executors of .Mattnew Mc
Do.v!l lass of Scott township, deceased.
11. First and final account of Daniel G
Eat, Exeeutorof Elizabeth Ent, late of Sjot
Eegisrer' OSce ) RegiUer.
f !ocmburg, Jac. 8, 1862.
"TOTICE is hereby given to dl person
interested, that the aceonru of DaviJ
avi?, Trustee of Peter Else, of Va ley
?rnsbipt. Montour cocn'.y, formerly Co
rr.tla ccanty, has been riled ia the Pro-
oxclZTtfa office cf Colombia csnnty, and
ill fce pie?en!ed to ths Coart of Common
-riiofl&ii county for confirmation and
:,-s c.i Vedaesday tte 5ih day of
rf f f r o
in zzd llariet S-,s.
N ORMAL SCHOO L
- AND . -
OtangtviHe, Columbia Coiihty Pennsylvania.
fpHE Third Term of the present Academ
ic year of the Orangevili Mate and
Female Academy, will commence on Tues
day, February 4th. 1862;
Prof. II. D. WALKHIt, A. II., Principal.
In the arrangement of Classes, the course
of study and instruction, and the examina
tion and graduation of pupil.', in this de
partment will conform to the State Normal
bchools of Pennsylvania and to the views
of the State Department of Pubiic Schools.
The Institution will be under the charge
of Prol. H. D. Walker, A. M., as Principal,
who as a Sctiolar.a Teacher and a Lecturer,
is too widely known to need ny; recom
mendation. The Trustees have spared
ueither pains nor expense lo secure the
service of a man in whose integrity and
ability they have entire confidence ; and
they are determined that the sohool in the
advantages which it proffets to the public
shall not be surpassed Dy any similar in
stitution in the Nate. Arrangements have
also been made to connect with the Insti
tution a COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE In
which the course of Instruction wiil be as
complete and thorough as in the best Com
mercial Colleges. S udenis, also who are
desirous, of pursuing Classical or select
studies will have, as in the Slate Normal
Schools, the needed lacilttiefi and instruc
tion. The preparatory and model school, un
der the direct charge of the Principal, will
comprise pupils whose age or attainments
do not quality them to pursue the studies
of the regular classes. In this department
there will be furnished to the teacher stu
dents who are qualified for it, an op
portuutly for practice in the Art of Teach
ing, and for learning how to organize,
arrange, and instruct a school, in such a
manner that under their direction our pub
lic shall become truly model Schools. Lec
tures on the Theory ami Practic oTeach
ir.g will be given to the Teacher students
weekly. Public Lectures wiil also be given
Tuition, per Session, of eleven weeks :
For the first grade 54 00; Second grade
S5.00; Third grade 86 00 ; Commercial
Department SI5, full course.
One half the Tuiiion is required to be
paid at the opening of each Session and
the o'.her half at the close; unlets by
agreement; no deduction made for ab
sence except in caes of continued illness.
Boarding and furnished rooms will be
given Student at two dollars per week.
There are aUo rooms to let for those who
widi to board themselves.
All the text books used in the Institution
can be had in the place at the usual selling
2 For further
particulars address the
J. S. Woods,
Board of Trustees.
By v'ntue of several writs of venditioni
exponas i.scpd out of the Coart of Common
plf-a.s ol Columbia county to me directed,
will be exposed :o public de, at the Court
Hojse on Monday the 2d dny of February ,
1862, at 2 o'clock in the a fit-moon, the fat
Jowit'i real estate to wit:
All that certain tract of land, Sitnaie in
Sngarloaf township, Columoia county,
bounded and descrioed a lollows io wil :
On the North by lands of Jacob Friiz. on
the East by lands of John Lewis and David
Lewis, on the Sooth by lands o.l Ezekiel
Cole, on ihe west by lands of E.ekiel Cola
and Andrew Laubach containing two hun
dred and lortv four acres be ihe same more
or less. About one hundred and forty acres
of which is cleared land, whereon are
erected a two story los dwelling bouse a
two story plank dwelling house a large
frairw bank tarn, a frame waon shed a
stone spring house, a stone out house, a
cider house and other out buildings, also
one other one and ahalf stojy frame dwell
ing house a frame barn and other out
buildings, alo a large number of fruit trees
with the appurtenances. Seized taken in
execution and to be sold as the properly ol
A1.SO, at the same lime and place, all
thai certain tract or parcel of land situate in
"u2arloal twp., Columbia county, contain
ing Seventy Three Acres, about 20 acres
clea-ed land, bounded and described as
follows, io wit : On the north by lands of
Miles Sutliff, on the south by lands ofl
Phelondry Herrington, on Ihe east by the
County line ot Luzerne an:f-Col. counties,
and on the west by T. Q. A. Stephens,
wfcereon are erected a one Story Log Dwel
ling House, log barn with the appnrte
nances. Seized tahea in execution and to
be sold as the property of Oreo Parks.
ALSO, At the same time and place, all
that certain lot of ground, situate in Espy
town, Scott township Columbia countv,Pa.
bounded on the north by Main Street of
said town, on the east by lot of B. G. Doan,
on the south by North Branch Canal, and
on the west by lot of Joi n Kressler, con
taining ono third of an Acre, be the same
more or less, whereon are erected a iwo
story frame dwelling boos with a kitchen
attatehed lo it. A frrne stable, a frame
carpenter shop and other outbuildings with
the appurtenances. Seize.d taken ia exe
cution and to be sold as the property of
J0S1AH H. FURMAN,
Bloomsburg, Jan. 15, 1862. .
DOCTOR THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
send toall who wish it (free of charge)
the Recipe and full directions for making
and using a beautiful vegetable Balm, that
will effectually remove Pimple, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, &c, &c, leaving the skin
smooth, clean, and beautiful ; also full di
rections for using Pelatreao's celebrated
Stimulant, warranted lo mart a full growth
ol Whiskers, or a Mustache, in less than
thirty days. Either of the above can be
obtained by return mail, by addressing
with stamps for return poslage) DR.
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chem
ist, 831 Broadway New Yorlc.
January 15, 1862. 2m;. v
THE CONFESSIONS aid EXPERIENCE
of a SUFFERER, Published as a warn
ing, and lor the especial benefit of Young
Men and those -vho suffer with Nervous
Debilily, Loss of Memoiry, Premature De
cay, &c, &c, &c, by one who has cured
himself by sicaple means, after being put
io great expec.se and! inconvenience,
ihrough the use cf worthless medicines
prescribed by learned Doctors.
Sinn'e copies may be had of the author,
C. A. LAMBERT, Esq., Greenpoint, Long
Island, by enclosing a post-paid addressed
envelope. Address CHARLES A. LAM
BERT, Esq, Greenpoici,. Long Island,
ifW A Qii. - - - ' -
Jaaeary 15, 1862 2m.-
WHEREAS the Hon. Aaron K. Peck-'
ham, President Judge of the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
and Court of Common Pleas and Orphans'
Court, in the 26th Judicial District, compos,
ed of the counties of Columbia, Sullivan and
Wyoming, and the Hons. "Stephen Baldy and
John McReynolds, Associate Judges, ot Co
lumbia Co., have issued their precept, bear
ing date one thousand eighteen hundred anc
sixty one, and to me directed for holding i
Court of Oyer and Terminerand Genera
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions ol the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms
burg, in the county of Columbia, on the first
Monday beint the 3rd day) of February,
next, and io continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, tlm
Justices of the Peace and Constables ol th t
said County of Columbia, that they be the i
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon of said day, with their
records, inquisitions and other remembran
ces io do those inings which to their office
appertain to be done. And those that ar)
bound by recognizes, to prosecute againi t
the prisoners that are or may be in the Ja I
of said county ot Columbia, to be then an. I
there to prosecute then as shall be just. Ji -rors
are requested to be punctual in the j
attendance, agreeably lo irieir notice, dated
at Bloomsburg, the 28th day of Dec, in (he
year of our Lord one thousand eight hnndred
and sixty-one., and in ihe eighty-sixth year
of the Independence of the United Slates nf
America. (God save the Commonwealth.)
JOSIAH H. FURMAN,
Sheriff' Office, ) Sheriff.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 1, 1862. )
Grand Jurors for Feb. Term 1SG2.
Bloom E. Jackson Thornton, Stephen II.
Briarcreek J siah Thomas, Levi Rinar J,
Benton Jacob Welliver.
Fishiogcreek Joseph D. Runvan .
Greenwood Francis Eves, Ma'Lias Kline.
Hemlock Charles Neihart, Aaron Smith,
Locust George Mowry.
Mifflin Lewis Eckrotb, Charles Klin ga
man. Mairifc Wm Longenberger, Daniel Yett;r.
Montour John Quick.
Mount Pleasant John Ruckel.
Oranae Samuel Beidleman.
Suuarloaf William Hess, Emanuel Lau
bach, Samuel Fritz.
Jan. I, 1861
Travel's Jurors Tor Feb. 'G2.
Bloom Andrew S. Crossley, Martin Rup
ert, Leonard B. Rupert, Joseph Weaker,
Beaver Conrad Erwine, Moses Schlicher.
Briarcreek Aujus'us B. Pearce.
CattAwissa John Martz, John Ritter.
Centre James Warden.
Cotivnuham William Rohrback.
Franklin Jeremiah S. Fahri:ie.er,iWilli im
Greenwood Samnel Bogart, Jacob Evan.
Hemlock James Emmitt, Levi Wright.
Jackson Michael Remely.
Locust Peter Helwig, William Goodm inj
Maine Michael Grnver.
Mull i n John Heiler, John Ma!eller.
Ml. Pleacani-jHcob Goho, Erie lkler. .
Madison Conrad Kramer.
Orange Isaac Yocum, James Harman.
Pine fleorae Welliver.
Scot: James Lake, Ctiarles Fowler, Sarin-
Sugarloal William Mostsllar, Josiah Fiiiz
List of Causes Feb Term, I8C2.
1 Cyrus Harion vs Hiram O. FovIer e; al.
2 Soldaihiel Fi krom vs Eliza Ecktoi t.
3 Tov.iirfttjd W.Kahler, vs Datiit-1 iey
hard. 4 Andrew Creveling vs Andrew Mel ck,
5 Philip Wintersteen, vs Valentine Win
tersieen. 6 Isaiah Stmman, admr. vs Jacob L.
7 James Sneilds, etalvs Jaiah Shurian
Richard B. Menagh vs John Gisaer.
Hugh Thompson, et al vs A. B. Pearce.
D-utiel F Seybert, vs A. B. Pearc.
II Henry Wells, vs George Kinley.Jr.
Wilson Aer, vs John Palion
Michael B. Brcwn, et al vs James J.
14 Clinton D. Herringet al vs Daniel F.
15 Michael Fojrle, s Peter Campbell.
16 Thomas C. Rotison, vs William Fau
sey. 17 Thomas C. Robison, vs William Fau-
Thomas C. Robison, vs William Fau-
19 Samuel Witaker, vs Margaret Smith.
20 Nathan Taylor, et al vs James Lke.
21 Frederick Dudy. vs Ludwig Gagen
22 Charles Tomlinson, vs the Executors
and heirs of A. B. Wilson's, admr.
23 Henry Traugh, vs.the West Branch In
24 Jacob Burnitig?r admr. vs John Ostnan.
25 Samuel J. Bealer, vs Abraham W.
Robbins et al.
26 Jacob Eyer vs Abraham Klize.
27 Abraham Klaze, vs Jcob Eyer.
28 Jesse W. Merrill, vs Henry Ale.
29 David W. Clark, et al vs Lackawanna
and Bloomsburz, R. R Co.
30 Frederick Nicely, vs Lackawanna and
Bloomsburg R. R. Co.
31. Daniel Kis'Jers Ex. vs Jacob Xistler,
31 John R. Merrill, vs Samuel W. Garri
son. 32 David Lee, et al vs Samuel L. Bettle.
33 Syjvester Pursel, vs Levi L. Tate.
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR LH ENSES.
NOTICFJa hereby given thai the follow
ing persons, in Columbia county, have
filed their petitions tr. the Court of Quarter
Sessions, of the' said county, for Tavern
License, in their respective townships,
which said petelions will be presented to
the said Court, on Monday, the 4lh day of
February, A. D. 1862, of which all persons
interested will take notice, and the Licence
will be granted on Wednesday the 5th day
of February next, at 2 o'clock p. m.
E. & A. P. Unangst, Tavern, Fishingcreek.
Jacob M. Fry, do. Greenwood.
John Leggott, do. Greenwood.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 15, 1862.
A HOUSE AND LOT.
fTHE undersigned will expose to publ
sale ip Bloomsburg, on Tuesdsy, it
4th day ot February. 1862, at 2 o'cltck
A B2ICK HOUSE AND LOT.,
situate on Centre Street, Bloomsburg. The
lot is in good condition, and well planted
with desirable fruit trees and shrubtery.
The housf is new, twenty eight by laven
teen feet, and well built. . s
The conditions of sale will be reasona
ble, and made known on day of sale by
ANDREW S. CROSSLE,
Or Peter Billmeyer, 4ucft ater. '
B'oomtburg, Jan. 15, 1S62.
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
. William G. Perry,
BoolcseUer, Blank Book Manufacturer, and
Dealer in Imported and American Station
ery, S. W. cor. Fourth and Race, Philada.
Diaries for 1862,
BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS, FOOLS CAP
Paper, Letter, Note, Bill, Sermon and Draw
ing Paper, Curtains and Wrappers, Envel
nnps. Pencils. Slates. Backgammon Boards.
Chess, Gold Pens, Photograph Albums,
Family Bibles, Hymns, Prayer Books,
American, English & French Inks, Pocket
Books, Writing Desks, &c. &c, all of which
are being sold at very low prices fot cah.
Wm. G. Perry, S. W. cor 4th & Race, Pbila.
A large assortment, selling at veYy low
prices for cash. Wm. ii. Perry,
S. W. cor Fourth & Race 'Stree's.
Buy Wm- iJt Perry's
Steel Pens, the best and chenpent in Ihe
market. Wm. G. Perry, S'ationer,
S. W. corner Fourth & Race sis.
Selling at a bargain. Purchasers buying
Books, Stationery and Holiday Goods for
cash, can purchase much below wholesale
prices at S. W. cor. Fourth & Race.
Wm. G. Perry,
Bookseller and Staiior.er.
I?iok IS i ml ins
Of every description executed in the best
style. Persons having books in quantity
;hat need binding, can have them bound
at Ihe present lime at very low rates. None
but experienced workmen are employed
in my establishment. Wm. G. PERRY,
Book hinder and Stationer,
S. VV. cor. Fount & Race Sts, Philada.
December 18, 18G!.-4m.
Are pure vegetable extracts. Theyicnre
all bilious disorders of the human system.
They resulale and invigorate the liver anil
kidneys; they give tone to the d geslive
orsians; they regulate the secretions, ex
cretions and exhalations, equalize the cir
culation, and purify the blood. Thus, all
bilious complaints some of which are
Torpid Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Chills and Fevers, Cootiveness or
Looseness are entirely controlled and
cured by these remedies.
Removes the morbid and bilions deposits
from the stomach and bowels, regulates the
liver and kidneys, removing every obstruc
tion, restore a natural and healthy action
in the vital organs. It is a superior
Much better than Pills, and much "easier to
1 21 k 6
DARLING'S LIFE BITTERS
I a superior tonic anddiurtic ; excellent in
ca-es of loss of appetite, flatulency, female
weakness, irreau'larities, pain in the side
and bowels, blind, protruding and bleeding
pile, and seneral debility.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY :
Jas. L. Crumley, merchant, 184 Fulton
street, New York, wri'e, August 18, 1860 :
"I have been afflicted with piles, accom
panied with bleeding, the last three years ;
LIVE IS KEGULATOR
And now consider myself entirely cured."
Hon.Jonn A. Cross writes, "Brooklyn,
March 15, 1860. In the spring of 1859 1
look a severe cold, which induced a violeul
fever. I took two doses ol
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
It broke tip my cold and fever at once.
Previous to this a lack, I had been Iroubled
with dyspepsia several months; I have felt
no'hins of it since."
Otis Studley, Eq., 128 East 28ih Street,
N. Y., writes "August 13, i860 I had
a difficulty with Kidney Complain! three
years,, with constant pain in the small cf my
back. I had Used most all kind of medi
cines, but found no permanent relief until I
Ue DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
and Life Hitter.
I pae cloned blood by the urethra.-
I am now entirely cured, and take pleasure
in recommending these remedies."
Mr. C. Tebow, 11 CriMopher Street, N.
Y., wrilles : "Feb. 20. I860. 1 have been
subject to attacks ol Asthma the last twenty
years. I have never found anything equal
10 DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
in affording immediate relief. I: is a thor
ough Liver and bilious remedy."
Mrs. Young, of Brooklyn, wriies. "Feb.
28, 1860 In May last I had a severe at
tack of Piles, which confined rae lo
house. I took one bottle of
Darling's Life Hitters
and was entirely cured. I have had
D. Westervell, Esq., of South 5th, near
8th Street, Williamsbnrg, L. I., write
''August 5, 1860 Having been iroubled
with difficulty in Ihe Liver, and subject to
bilious attacks, 1 was advised by a triend
10 "DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so, and found it io operale admi'ably,
removing the bile and arousing the liver lo
activitv. I have also ned ir as a
' FAMILY MEDICINE.
When our children are out of sorts, we
give them a few drops and it sets litem all
right. I find it meets the general wants of
the stomach and bowels when disordered."
Reader, if yon need either or both of
the most excellent Remedies, inquire for
them at the stores; if you do not find them
take no other, but incloe One Dollar in a
letter, and on receipt of the money, the
Remedy or Remedies will be sent accord
ing io your directions, by mail or express,
post paid. Address,
DAN'L 8. DARLING,
102 Nassau St.. New York.
Put np in 50 cent and Si Bottles each.
November 6, 1861.-6m.
SEL.LIIv OFF AT COST.
A FEW COATS, Pants and Vests, Shawls
Boys' boots, &c, will be sold off at cost,
by L.T. SHARPLESS.
Notwithstanding the enormous prices
which Cotton Goods. Cocaries, &c, de
mand, I am determined to show the supe
riority of the CASH AND READY PAY
SY'STEM, bj selling goods at lower profits
than eer before.
JUST RECEIVED Iol of Hcop Skirts,
with the famous Enreka attachment, the
utility of which will be read ly seen upon
A LOT OFCALlCOES,neal styles, which
will be sold at prices" varying from 10 to
13 cts. '
' LADIES' MOROCCO HEELED SHOES
ALSO, the Balmoral Skirts, a conveni
ence which every lady should possess.
GROCERIES will be sold at the lowest
prcSts. with ail oiher coods, at
L. T. SHARPLESS',
Cheap Cash S:ore.
Bloomsborg, Jan- 15, 1862. v
SOMETHING FOR TOE TIMES I
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD! J
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE
The Strongest Glue in Ihe World.
The Cheapest Glue in the World.
The Most Durable Glue.in the World.
The Only Reliable Glue in ihe World.
The Bsi Glue in the World.
AMERICAN CEMENT CLUE
Is the the only article of the kind ever
WILL WITHSTAND WATER.
11 WILL MEND WOOD,
Save vour broken Furniture.
IT WILL MEND LEATHER,
Mend jour H-unese. Straps, Belts, :boots Ike.
IT WILL MEND GLASS,
Save the pieces of thai expensive Cut Glass
IT WILL MEND IVORY,
Don't throw away that broken ivery Fan, it
is easily repaired.
IT WILL MEND CHINA,
Your broken China Cups ami Saucers can
be made tis good as rew.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That piece knocked wl of your Marble
Mantle can be pnt on as trnni as ever.
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN,
No matter if that brok n Pitcher did no
cosi but a shilling, a shilling saved is
a shilling eained.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER,
That costly Alabaster Vase is broken and
you can't match ii, mend it, it will nev
er show when pot loaether.
IT '"ILL MEND BONE, CORAL. LAVA,
AND IN FACT EVERY THING BUT
Any article Cemented with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE will not how wtiere
it is mended.
"Every Housekeeper should have a sup
ply of John & Crowley's Cement Glue."
Aew Yoik Times.
"It is so convenient lo have in the
house." Rew York Ezm ess.
"It is always ready ; this commends it
(0 every body.': Independent.
"We have iried it, and find it as uTiil
in our house as water." Wilkes1 Sprit of the
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
$10.00 per year saved in every lamily by
One Bottle of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 25 Cer.!s per Bottle.
Price 25 Cenis per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Botde.
Price 25 Cents per Boiile.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reduction to Whole
TERM SsC ASH.
BTFnr Sale by all Druggists, and Store
keepers enerally ihronuhoul ihe conniry.
JOSIiS A; CKOSLIiY,
78 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Liberty street. NEW YORK.
Important to Houe Owners,
liiiportant lo Builders.
Itr.pottant to Rail Road Companies.
Inriporlani to Farmers.
To all whom this may concern, and H concerns
JOHXS $ "CltOSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUI TA PERCH A.
The Cheapen ai.d most durable lioorimg
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New and Old Roofs of
All kinds, steep or flat, anl lo Shingle
Roofs without removing the Shir.cle.
THE COST IS ONLY AIOUT ONE-THIRD
TIIYT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
This article has been ihorongly tested in
New York City ami all parts ofi ihe United
Slates, Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on Building of all
kind, such as Factories, FoundriesChurch
es. Rail Road Depots, Cars, and on Public
Building generally, Government Buildings,
&c, by the principal Builders, Architects
and other, during the past four years, and
has proved lo be the CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in ue ; it U
in every respect a fiire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
7A is the OXLY material manufactured in
the United States which combine ihe very
desirable properties of Elasticity and Dura'
hdity, which are universally acknowledged
to b- possessed by GUTTA PERCHA and
iVo Heat is required in making appli
cation. The expense of ppl ing il is triflinz, as an
ordinary Roof can be covered and fin.
ished the some day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY' ANY ONE,
nd when finished lorm a perfectly Fi-e
Proof surface .with an ela''c body, which
cannot be injured Dv Heat, Cold or Storms,
Shrinking of Roof Boards, uor any external
acti on vt ha'evsr.
LIQUID CUTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
For Coaiins Metals of all Kinds when ex
posed to the action of the Weather and
For Preserving and Impairing Mttal
Hoof 3 of all Kinds,
This is the only Composition Known
which will successfully resist extreme
changes of climate, for any length of time,
when applied to me'als, to which it adheres
firmly, lorming a body equal lo three coats
of ordinary paint, costs much less, and will
LAST THREE TIMES AS LONG ; and
from iis elasticily is not injured by ihe con
traction of TIN and other M ETAL ROOFS,
consequent upon sudden changes of the
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Metal Rools can te
readily repaired with GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, acd prevented from further cor
rosion ana leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water tight Roof for many years.
This Cement is peculiarly adapted fir ihe
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sales, Agricultural Implements, &c,
also for cenetal manufacturers ii'-e.
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs or every description, from its
great elasticity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion ot petals, anc will
not crack in cold or run in warm weather.
These materials are adapted to all cli
mates, and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom any part of ihe conntry, at short
notice, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
rolls, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, with full
printed directions tor application.
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrange
ments with responsible pn ties who would hke lo
establish themselnes ma Lucrative 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 Roof in New Yoik City and vi
cinity. JOHNS &CKOSLEY,
IFholesale Warehouse 78 fFilicn St.,
Corner ol Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Price will
be famished on application.
October 16, 1861. ly.
AND COLUMBIA COtTNTT
AT MILLVILLE, PENN'A.
In porta nt Additions 1 Improvement?
A omnia Term to ommertee august IU
rpHlS Institution which has been in sur
-L cessful operation for the past len yearr,
is about Undergoing a very important rer -ovaiion,
in order to place it on a mote sta
ble basis than ever, and present facilities
which are not surpassed by ordinary Acad
emies in Northern Pennsylvania. Among
ihe improvements will be a large three
storied building which will give much ad
ditional room and gieater conveniences for
boarders ; a commodious hail for a lecture
room and public exercises, convenient class
'rooms, a library aftd reading room contain
ing a cabinet of minerals and euriosities,
bath room, &c. An experienced and
ihorocuhly qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be al the head of th Board of
Instroclion, bin the Principal will have the
general superintendence of the institution
and assume a share of the duties of teach
ing. Regular lertujes will be delivered
upon various scientific subjects, as well as
upon the theory and practice ol teaching,
and a Normal Class of young men and
women who wish to qualify themselves ior
teachers' profession, will receive eepCCial
attention and assistance.
The course of Instruction in ihe school
will be ihorough and systematic, calculated
In embrace the various branches of a prac
tical education. Ample provision will be
made for the study of the higher Mathe
matics, the elucidation of Physics, and the
Natural Sciences, by means of suitable ap
paratus, ur.d for ihe study ol the latin,
Greek, and German languages, to enable
students to qualify themselves for commer
cial and scientific pursuit, or to enter any
class at college.
The conntry location of this Seminary in
a pleasant villa'je,in a healthy and flourish
ing neighborhood, well known for the ele
vated totie of its moral sentiment, and
wheie'lhe pupils are not surrounded by
ihose demoralizing influences, and temp
tations found in our cities, larger (owns and
many other localities, with no outside in
fluences to divert their attention Irom liter
ature and ihe work of mental culture, pre
sents attractions and inducements to con
siderate parer,t emulous students, seldom
found surrounding large school- and acad
emies. The Literary Society alo, ore oTlhe old
est and best conducted in this section of
cooti'ty, prepems an auracuve feaiure and
useful auxiliary, to a practical education.
The improvements will te under ihe
immediate charge of an efficient Board ol
Trustees, appointed by the Seminary Com
pany, and will be completed in lime for
the Autumn term, to commence the 12lh
of August next.
While thankful for pal patronage we
wish to merii a continuance of similar fa
vors, and as we intend lo include a higher
grade and wider range of instruction, we
respectfully solicit a careful examination
into our facilities aod claims.
Boarding, washing, tuition, !ihl and
incidental expenses, for one quarter of
eleven weeks, will be Thirty Dol.jrs, one
half payable in advance the other half
and all tuition bills will be expected prompt
ly at the expiration of each quarter.
Boarding, with furnished rooms, one
Tuition in common English branhces 5,00
( 'C i( ( ((
including Mathematics and Book-
Keeping by Double Entry 6;00
Tuition in Latin, Greek, and German
extra l 00
Washing, Lights and incidental ex
penses, one quarter, 3,00
Those who desire to procure scholarships
or aitet.d by ihe year, will be accommoda
ted at a reasonable discount, and students
wishing to secure rooms should make sea
For further particulars addr
WM. BURGESS, Principal
Georg Masters, J. K. Eves, )
Dr. A. P Heller. Ellis Eves, Trustees.
Bknjamin K. Eves, )
Millville, May 29. 1861.
st. laoui hotel,
CCESTNCT STREET, ABOVE THIRD
IN ihe in.mediaie neiufi bo r hood of Ihe Jab
bintr Ilonce-on Market Third, and Chest
nut Streets, the B.nks, PoM, Office, Mer
chants' Exchanff'. &c, &c
notRD ri:it iay $150.
Accommodiion when required on the EU
ROPEAN PLAN: Rooms from 50 cents
and upward, per dav, and meal al a Fikst
Class Retcrant attached to the Hotel.
Price according lo the Bills ol Far.
I tie liy Cars tak I'HsveiiserK from any
sintion 'I o or f;io-e to the Hotel.
O English, French, German and Spanish
July 17, 18G1.
FALL & WIIYTUIIGOODS.
TTAS Just received from Philadelphia,
and is now opening a Ihe old stand
lataly occupied by Manz and Ent.. a splen
did assortment ol merchandize, which will
be sold cheap for
CASII 0U COUNTRY PRODUCE
His stock sonsists of Ladies' Dress Goods,
choicet stvles and latest fashions.
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,
CEDAR WARE, HOLLO W-WARE,
IRON, NAILS AND SPIKES
BOO IS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, &C. &C.
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of old friends, and the
public generally, is respectfully solicited.
The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Dec. 18, 1861.
I SPECIAL NOTICE.
TO CON SUMPT IVES.
The Advertiser, having been resiored to
health in a very few weeks by a very sim
ple remedy after having suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to
make known to his lellow-sufferers the
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used, (free ot charge,)
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, whicb they will find a 6are cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
The omy object of ihe advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is to benefit the affl.'c
ted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will
v Rev. EDWARD WILSON,
WiIIiambur?, Kings co., N. Y.
October 30, 1861, J re.
LIFE PILLS & PIIOESIX BITTERS
HHHESE MEDICINES have now been be
fore the public ior a period of Thirty
Years, and during that time have maintained
a high chaiacter in almost every part of the
Globe, for their extraordinary and imme
diate power of restoring perfect health 10.
persons suffering under nearly every kind
nf disease to which the human frame it
The following are among the distreasing
variety of human diseases in which the
vegetabl.1: life mfoiciseS
Aie well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing
the first and second stomacher, and crea
ting a flaw of pure, healthy bile, instead of
the stale and acrid kind: Flatulency, Loss
ol Appetite Heartburn, Headache, Restless
ness, lll-Ternper. Anxiety, Languor, and
Melancholy, which are ihegeneia) symp
toms of D spepsia, v ill vanish, as a nat
tural consequence of its cure.
COSTIVENESS, by t leansins b whole
length of the ititetir;es with a so1 venv pro
cess, and w iihout v iolmce; all Violent pur
ges leave the bowels costive within two
FEVERS of all kinds, bv restorirtz the
blood to a regular circulation) through the
process of respiration in surti rases, and
tne thorough solution of all inn6tinal ob
struction in others.
The Lile Medicines have been known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in hall that time, by
removing local iuflamation from lh mus
cles and ligaments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
strengthing the kidney and-.bladder; they,
operate most delightfully on these impor
lar.t organs, and hence have ever been
found a certain remedy for the Wo ret cases
AUo WORMS, by dislodging from the
turnings of the bowels the slimy matier to
which these ereatnres adheft.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERTEA
SORES, by ihe perfect punty w hich teseh
LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and
al! the hnmors.
SCORRUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD
COMPLEXIONS, by their alterative effact
upon ihe fluids that feed the bkin, and the.
moibid stale of which occasions all wip-ti-e
complaints, sallow, docdj and other
The use tof ihet-e Pill for a very friort
tim will effect an entire cure of SALT,
RHEUM, and a striking improvement ill
the clearness of the skin. Common Colds
and Influenza will always be cured by one
dost, or by t wo ir. ihe worst ca-es.
PILES The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cured ol Piles, 35 yearn
standing by the ute of the Life Mtd'.cinea
FEVER AND AGUE. For'ibi scourge
of the Western country, these Medicines,
will be lound a sa!e, epeedy . and cenain
remedy. Other medicines leave the sys
tem subject to a return of the disease a
enre by these Medicines is permanent
TRY THEM, be Satisfied and be Cured
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS General Debi'ity, Loss of ap
peii e, and diseases of Females ihe Med
icines have been nsed with ine most ben
eficial results in cases of thi description:
Kiiias Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst form
yields io ihe mild yet powerful action of
these rernaikable Medicine'?". Night Sweat
Nervous debility, Nervous Complaint of
all kinds. Palpitation of Ihe Heart, Pain
ten' Colic, are speedily cnr"d
M ERCURIAL DISEASES.-Persons whose
constitutions have become impaired by the
injodiciou Ui-e of Mercury, will find these
Medicines a perfect cure, as they never
fail to eiadn-a'e Irom ihe system, all the
erTtct!- of Me-cury, infinitely sooner than
the mo-t powerful preparationl.of Sarsapa
rilla. Piepared aud sold by
W. B. MOFFAT,
335 Brodwav, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGOISTS.
April lY, 1861-ly.
ier Arrival ol
FALL AXD WIXTEIl G00D3,
T NVM ES.af ention to his stock of cheap
and fashionable clothing at his fetore ors
Main Street, two doors above, '.he 'Amer
ican House,' where be has a foil assort
ment of men and boy1 wearing apparel,
including the tnol fashionable
i i: c s s g irx d s,
Box, Sack, Frock, Gum, and Oil Cloth Coat
of all M-rts and sizes, Pants Of all colors
shawl, stripes and fianre vests, shirts, era
vats, stock", co'Urs, handkerchiefs, gloves,
sospender- and fancy anicles.
N B. He will also make to order any ar
ticle' ol clo hiog at very short notice and in
the bet0of manner. All his clotb:ng is
made in war,.and mostjof it is of home
m CAVID LOWENBERJ.
Bloomfcburg, Sept. 25, 1861.
Sheriffs Sale. '
fY virtue ol a writ of Venditioni Exponas
to me directed, issued out of ibe Court
oQCommon Pleas of Co'ombia county, Pa t
w'll be exposed lo public Sale at the Court
House in Bloorr.sbnrg, or. Saturday the 25A
day of January. 1862, at 1 o'clock in Ihe
Hfenioon,the following property lo wit :
All that certain lot of land situate in the
town of 'Espy, Scol! township, Columbia
cjunt) , Pa , Lot No. 22 ia plot of said town,
bounded on the North by Miin Street of
said town, on the East by an Alley, on the
south D an AlleV and on the West by lot
of Nehemiah Richari, containing sixty feet
in froct, and one hundred and eighty feet
in deptn, whereon are erected a large lo
Story Frame Dwelling House, a Frame Sta
ble, a Frame Pig Pen, and other outbuild
ings with the appurtenances.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
a9 the property of Philip F. Deitierich.
JOSIAH H. FURMAN, Shenfl.
Sheriff s Office,
Bloomsburg, January 1, 1862 J
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
' HE co-partnership heretofore existing
- between ihe firm of Stohncr & Fox,
proprietors cf the Bakery and Confectione
ry Establishment a: this place, is this day,
the 28ibpf December, 1861, dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will be
continued by the senior member of the firm
by whom k.11 claims against the firm will
be paid, and thote indebted to the firm will
nleaee come lorward and settl the same.
Bloomsburs, Jan. M. 1862-
Eitate of Christopher Hel'er. late of Mifflin,
townshtp, Col co., deceased.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Christopher Heller, late of Mifflin twp.,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted by the Register ol Columbia coun
try, to Samuel Heller, residing in Hollen
back township, Luzerne county. All per
sons indebted-to said estate are requested
to call and make immediate payment, and
those having claims or demands will pre
sent them prcpeily authenticated for settle
ment lo tha undersigned.
SAMUEL HELLER, Exrveot.
January 8, 1862 6t.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral