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hi All OF TUB NORTH
iJi-cc.iisniiJi- i3 -r
f.ert-stln.y'Ecrnir?, March 13ft, ISl'l
"Tub iPuniTKR." We bbve received the
February number of 4The Printer."' This
publication still maintain its 1wah standing
not only as typical of the improvement dai
ify made in ti e art of printing, tut ior it
original and well selected article Its terrus
are Si a year'in advance. '
Pa. Johs, ol the Republtao in this place,
my in hi lait issue that he 4 cannot agree
to furnish oufdowu town colemporary wi;h
brain?," in order thai we may rot mis-understand"
fom ot his wiss editorials ' In
this case the Dr. did not deviate from tb
truth, a we noer did consider he had cny
brains to tpaie.
First or April Changes. Subscribers
to the Star, who intend to change the. r
places of residence m or about she 1st ol
April, wiil please give us timely . notice
thereof always staling the place from, at
well as the place to, which they remove
This will enable us 10 continue the delivery
of thair papers, either by mad or by oar
carrier, wiihout interruption.
GodktS Ladt's Book This immensely
popular publication is out for April, wi.h
more than it- usual amount of interest. It
is the publication of the day, so acknowl
edged at home and abroad The ladies
cannot invest a email amonnt of change to
any better purpose thaH sending for Gomt.
This work is determined to be a hei d i d !
shoulders above ail others in spite' of the
dull times.' . f , i
To-morrow (Thursday) George L Shoe
maker of Buckhorn, will sell at public sale,
aiot of valuable personal proiretty. Such
hs horses cows, Vheep and shoals, with a
genera! assortment of farming uteri-ils.
This will be one ol the most extensive sales
of the season. He will also offer grain ot
all kinds lor sale. This is the place lor
Nixt Friday is electio da) ; the time
fixed for u to select our local officers to
frerve us the ensuing year. The office ol
Director. Constable Supervisor, and Cher
seer, are of no minor importance to the
ciiizei.t ol Boom township therefore see
tha' good reliable and fit men are chosen
Your greatest pairio s are , not always ti e
tefct men to hold office when j'islice is de
Frak Le-lie's Monthly is mon2 the
very most interesting publications of the
present day. The. present number, I. r
April, surjasfres all oilier that we hae
teen. Ii is n t splendid -number; con
tains such a large amount of .portraits of in
teresting characters, with short biographies
ol the same. Its terms we believe are $2 a
year, but we are certain it is not enough,
for so much useful knowledge. Published
at 19 City Ha!l, New York.
U'l learned a few days since of an acci
dent that happened in Fishinycreek twp.,
this county, on Thursday night, ot week Le
lore 1al, by the runni ig a-jriy ol a coup e
id norses aua'ched lo a sled, upe.'ing the
co-iveyauee and throwing oat the parly, by
which a number were seriously injured.
Op.e of :he injured par y Mr Euas Pkalkr
ilied soon alter. Hi funeral took p!ace
o the following Sathaih, when a large
concourse ot people were in attendance
U'a cannot te too cautious when Out sleigh
Th Danville Ltlttliencer say t'lat RobaM
tllitk.. a lorraer member of :ne Columbia
Jaard, and or.e ot the rc'urned Mexican
Volunteer, died in M.lton, on Sunday, the
Jhh iust. 1 1 i remains were brought to Dan
ville on 'Me following Tuesday for inter
ment. The aame paper records the death
of Daniel J. Dildine.a member of ihe VVash
irigtoaville Cavelry, whii died in the hospi
tal, in Kentucky, of typhoid fever. Hi re
mains were brought to his native town hip,
n Meutonr county. He was a young man
Tnnch respected and esteemed.
Thb GaaKD Armt aloug the Potomac has
at last made a eeneral move, with Mc
Clklun at the lead. The Uf serve Corps
have advanced towards the enemy, and ere
4ong we may expect to hear of ome pre ty
f harp work being done. The army of the
l'niomae is in good condition, fit for pervice.
They have been ery patient, in working
out their efficiency. Well equipj-eJ aud
well disciplined we may expeel them to do
all that McClellan will ask of them. They
-will make feces h take to double quick in a
rery fhort time. The army is making daily
niarcheson towards the acene of conflict if
cch a cene must and will come. We'll
wait patiently for the result which we irnst
mujaod will be in our favor.
There is a certain old hypocrite restdinz
in this place who has rot much else to do
bnt to traverse onr streets, from morning
till night, and vilify hi neighbors. To car
ry and manufacture newa of a malignant
character eema to 4be his pleasure and
pride. Occasionally he swells up and be
comes patriotic! When these spells come
over him. about etery other Democrat he
meets he imagiAes them secessionist, and
behind their backs he aneakingly denonn
res them as sacU Only a few days ago he
wa? heard to remark that there were fo
recession offices ia town I Ouljr think ol
it.' Two secession oflices in tovn ! Now,
he ceriainly did uol mean that the Star
otSce was secession ! Last Fail it was said
that the Vemccrut Office was fecession. bnt
we r.ever believed it, and the peop'e said tt
wa. not by electing the editor of the Dsm
ccrct to the Legislature. But this old logy
for antil ve known may Mill conlinae to
Thliik '.ha Democrat OiHce secession, and as
ho certainly does not mean the Star orlice
the other secession establishment, he must
have fixed in hi mind that ihe Republican
tuHce hi a secession estat lishment as, well
as th? Dawra!. Withil, this same old
by vocthv'j Ua'is tender aui a Ptalm ningt'.
, BEJUCriiATIC CAUCUS K0SlNES.
Supervisors PHILIP KYER: ' ' -'
' ELIJAH SHUTT.- : '
School Directors LEONARD B RUPERT,
JOHN G. FREEZE
Poor Overseers Dr. GEORGE YOST,
Constables MARTIN C WOODWARD, '
Judaeof Election HIRAM C. HOWER,
Inspector GEORGE WEAVER
Assessor LEONARD B. RUPERT. . x
Auditor-JOHN K. GIRTON. .
The above named gentlemen are the reg
ular Ui.ion, Democratic caucus nominees,
asking for the support of the voters ot Bloom
township at the ballot box on Friday i.ext.
It is not necessary that we should "speak
separately of any ol these gentlemen as they
are well known to the citizens of O'-r town
ship; and it elected, we are authorized to
say, hey will periorm all the duties of
their respective offices, which in many in
stances hag not been done heretofore. It is
highly necessary that there should 'be a ie-
form in many of one local matters, and the
oidy way to accomplish that object is to give
the above ticket your entire and hearty sup
port T ie ticket is unexceptionable formed
of men possessing characters uniro peached
and qualifications unquestioned. It ought
Amsther Victort. Island No. 10 has
been taken by onr forces. This 'Island is
ten miles above new Madrid in the Missis
sippi river, and about fifty-five miles from
Cairo. The rebels are said to have been
fjom 15,000 to 20,000 s roug and their po
silioii at this Island a rtrong one. The place
was taken after a fight with all of the ena
mj'ii ammunition and transportation The
loss of lives on either side we, are not yet
Our army has gained another victory in
Arkansas, in which there were three rebel
Colonels captured The particulars of this
event has not yet reached us. Thus one
after another out army is crowning itsell
with victories, and those too of no minor
The rebel Jackson is still retreating in Vir
ginia. Our army will keep him at that on
til fey gel him out of the State. McCleN
lan's iorces are snre to give him some
trouble to keep o.l of their reach.
it'tv Arrival ol"
SPKLG AXD SU31MCK GOODS,
iNVI'ES at eniton in tns stock ol cheap
an I lasliionable clntbin at his since or
Main S reft, two doors above !be 'Anier
can House,' where he has a full assort
ment ol men and boy's wearing upparvl,
n.i hiding the inol fashionable
U 11 li S U O O D S ,
Box, Sack, Frock, Gnm, and Oil Cloth Coat
of all mtis and sizes, Pants ol ad colors
shawl-, Hri(es and fiiure vests, shirts, cra
vats, stork-, colUrs, handlerchiels, gloves,
suspen lr- and fancy aricle.
N B He will also make to order any ar
tide ol clo'hing at very t-hori notice and in
the bet ol n.uci.er. All his clothing is
mide to wear, and most of it is ol home
B'oomsbnrg, Man n 12, 1862.
DOCTOR THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
i.miJ to all who wih it (liee of ciir;ie)
the Rt-cipe and full directions lor in .i Kir.;:
and using a beautiful vegetable Blin, that
will etTectnally remove Pimple, Blotches,
ln, Freckie", &c , &c, leaving th skin
-month, cl-an, and beautiful ; al-o full li
ructions lor nsiua Pela'rean's celebrated
Snmnlatit, war'anled to start a full uroth
ol Whiskers, vr a Mus ache, in less than
thirty day. Either of tne aboe can !
obtained by return rr.ail, by addressins
fwith n'amp' for return po!laii) DR.
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chem
ist, 831 Broadway New Yorlt.
January 15, 1862. 2m.
Opposite the Court fioue and next door
THE nndcrsigt.ed,repecilully inform his
Iriend' and customer that he has opened
A Ktw Earber Shop.
fn Couit Hoae Alley, nxt door below
the Osfice ol the Columnta Demot-rat, where
he w ill be h?piy to watt upon all t-niomers,
and from Ion; experience and utrct attn
tion to bu-insf, he hopes to merit and re
reive a liberal share 01 public patfonae.
OTAIl things here 1 done iu decency and
in order." v THOMAS BROWN.
Bioomsbnri, March 5, 1862.
3IARUIiGE.-ITS LOVE AM)
hates, sorrows and anuer, hopes and
tears, regrets and joys; MANHOOD, how
lost, how restored; the nature, treatment
and radical cure of spermatorrhoea or sem
inal weakness j invcluntary emissions, sex
ual debility and impediments to marriage
generally; nervousness, coiinmplion, fit.,
mental anrl physical incapacity, resullinz
from SELF-ABUSE -are lully explained
in the MARRIAGE GUIDE, by WM.
YOUNG, M. D. Thi mol extraordinary
book should be in the hand of every young
person contemplating marriage, and every
man or woman who desires to limit the
number of their offspring lo their circum
stances. Every pain, disease and ache in
cidental to youth, maturity and old age, is
fully explained; every particle of knowl
edge mat should be known is here given,
it is full of engravings. In fact, it disclo
ses secrets that every one should know;
still it is a book that must be locked up,
and not lie about the house. It will be
enl to any one on receipt of twenty five
cents in ppecie or nostaje stamp. . Ad
dres Dr. WM. YOUNG, No. 416 SPRUCE
Street, above Fourth, Philadelphia.
AFFLICTED & UNFORTUNATE,
no matter what may be your disease, be
fore you place yonrself undei the care of
any of the notorious Q'inck-i native or for
ei2ti who adveitise in this or any other
paper, get a copy of Dr. Yonr."' book,
and read it carefully. It will be the means
of saving yon many a dollar, yoarbealth,
and posibly your life.
DR. YOUNG can be consulted on any
of the diseases described it. his publication
at hisoftice, No.416 SPRUCE Sireet.above
Office hours from 9 lo 3, daily. .
Eebruarv 26, JS62 y,
Kctice of a Justice of the Peace
F the few subscriptions remainhg unpaid
to "he fund of ihe "Iron Guards" ara not
settled on or before ihe first day of Februa
ry 1 am ititrneted to commence suit, and
corts must follow in ecn individual case.
J M.Cbembetlin, J. P.
Ayer's Cherry PectoraL
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Irt yon stele. Teeble, an
i comutiutngt Are yon out o:
order, with roar jsten di
raiijwA, sud yotu" feelings ub j.-.
Coiut'urtubler , Then jrmi
torn cue often the prelude 1 1
sorious illness. Sumo fit ct
sickness la creeping npon yot ,
and aboutd be averted by -1
timely use 'Of the right Tea
edy. Take Ayer"s till, an I .
cleanse out the disordered hi
mors purify the blood, an I
let the fluids move on unol
i i.t ...I. -
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I They stimulate the functioi I
i of the body Into vigorous a s
tlvity, purity we system iroi i
the obstructions which mate
disease. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and ol
ttructs its natural functions. These, if not relieve! , .
reart upon themselves and the surrounding organs, pr
ducing general (rgravation, infferiog, and diseaaw
Wliile in tliis condition, oppressed by the derangement I,
take Ayer's fills, and see how directly they restore tl
natural action or the system, and with it the buoyai t
fueling of health again. What is trne and so apparent i a
tills trivial aud common complcant. Is also true In mai jr
Of the deep-sauted and dangerous distempers. The san
purgative effect expels thera. Caused by similar obstra
tlons and deraugements of the natural fnuctions of tl
tjoIv, they are rapidly, and many of tbem sfirely, cup d
l.y the same means. None who know the vlrtnes or the ie
fills, will neglect to employ them when sufferiiig fro n -the
disorders they cure. "
Stntements Trom leaainj pnysicians m om
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Ds. Ats: Your Fills are the paragon of all that is
great in medicine. They have cured my little daughl er
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incurable for years. Her mother has been ion grfc v
oufcly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin a id
in hr hair. After our child wa cared, she also tr.ed
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As a Family Physic.
From Dr. . T. Chrtioright, f't Orteant.
Tonr Tills are the prince of purges. Their excelli tit
xinalitles surpass any cathartic we possess. They ire
mild, but very certain and effcctual In their action on he
bowels, which makes them Invaluable to us In the da ily
treatment of disease.
lIedcUe,SlcUlIeadclie,Ii'oul Stomal h.
' tYon Dr. Eduxtri Boyd, Baltimore.
DearHbo. Am: Icannot answer you vxltai complal ota
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PrrrSBOTO, Pa., May 1, 185 i.
Tm. 3. C Arm. Sir: T have been repeatedly eurei of
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of yonr Pills. It seems to arise from a font atom ich,
which they cleanse at once. . "
Yours with great respect, EI). VT. pnEM. !,
Clerk trf SUamer Clot ton.
Bilious Disorders Llrer CSMpUla a.
From Dr. Theodore Bell, of Kne York City.
Not only are yonr Pills admirably adapted to thetr mr
poee as an aperient, but I find their twneficinl effects pon
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piaiutt than any cue remedy I can mention. I since rely
' rejoice that we have at length a purgiUlve which la for-
thy Uie cou nuance f the pruiesnou ana Uie people.
DrrABTMisT or ths Imtkfior, I
Washington, D. C, 7th Feb., 1856. f
Sti I have used your Pills in my general and has tul
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of that organ, lndi-ed, I have seldom fonnd a ca e of
biliuut dieu$e so obstinate that it did not readily yi Id to
them. iraterually yours, ALONZO BALU M. .,
lliyiician of the Murine llvtiklaL
Dyaenterjr, Diarrhoea, Relax, Woriu.
From Dr. J. a. JBreen, of CUiaigo.
Tonr Pitts have had a long trial in my practice, nd I
bold them in esteem as one of the best aperieuts I have
ever found. Their aiUetetive effect upon the liver n akea
them an excellent remedy, when given in small doe for
hilmut dyteuterji and diarrhoea. Thetr stigar-co iting
makes them very acceptable and convenient lor tb t use
of woiueu aud children.
Dyspepsia, Imparity of the Bloc I.
From lUv. J. H Uimtt, IXittor of Advent Ctturcli, h tfn.
Da. ATitt: I have need your Pills with extraord nary
success iu Biy fHUilly and among those I am called ti .visit
iu distrees. To regulate ttie organs of digestiof and
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my friends. Yours, J. V. IIIM ZS.
Wamaw, Wyoming Co., N. Oct 24, 11 55.
DA Pni : I am using your Cathartic Pills in my prac
tice, and Cud them au excellent pnrgative to dean ie the
evatein aud vuriu the fountain of Vie hlond.
1 JOHN O. MEACIIAM, W.D.
Constlpat!n,Coatlveness, Suppress Ion,
llhtuuiatlim, Gont, KeuralgU, Drop
my, Paralysis, Flta, etc.
From Dr. J. 1 Vaughn, Muulreut, Canada ;
Too much ran not I aald or your Pills for the c ira of
eottivenau Jfottien of our fraternity have fcand tbem
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that complaint, which, although bad enough In it elf, Is
the progenitor of others that are worse. I belle re co
tireuat to originate In the liver, but your Tills affe : that
organ and care the disease.
From Mrt. E Stuart, Fhytieian and ifidrtfe, B tton.
I find one or two large donee of your rills, taken at th
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noother to ttiy iislients.
From Ihe Rev. Dr. Ilavl u, of the VeVaditt Epi. t "hurch.
Pclaski Hocss. Savannah, Ga., Jan. t, 1856.
IIosorfd Sir : I should be nnirrateful for th relief
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Sexats Cbaxbzx, Baton Itonge, I.. 5 Pec 1865.
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Jtlteumotie Gvuin painful disease that had aftli :td me
for years. VINCENT SLIIELL.
- jTsTMost or ths Pills In market contain Kercury,
which, although a valuable remedy la skilful fc snds, is
dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conse
quences that frequently follow its incautious use . These
contain no mercury or mineral substance whatev ir.
Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes f ar $1.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES &, CO.. Lowell . Mais.
Sold ty li. P. I.niz. J R. Moypr, and O.
M Haneubucb, B!oombur?, and by one
dealer in eirrv town in the State.
April 6, 1861 -ly.
(Latk Whitk Swan)
Kace Street, above 3d Philadelphia.
T. V. ROAUES, Pioprutor.
Terms; S 1.2.1 per day,
rpO the old customers of this well known
J- House,. I desire to say, that I have
renovated, improved and newly furnished
the sa.ne, Btid that 1 refpectlully solicit
a continuance of their patrona-ze.
Strangers, travelers and visitors I cor
dially invite to the hospitality, of tie "Na
tional" to come and eee and jn Ige lor
tlieni"elves of lis advantages and rn'-rtM.
The loratioH is central, and convenient
for Merchants and business men generally.
We will always endeavor to Midy ihe
wants and comforts of our uest., and with
our Ions experience coupled with our at
tentive and obliging assistants, -ve feel
prepared o keep a good Hotel, at d hope
to sive general satisfaction.
3 T. V. RODES.
Philad., Jan. 1st, 1862.
ffi HE CONFESSIONS and EXPEDIENCE
1 of a SUFFERER, Pobiishe.l as a warn
ing, and lor the especial benefit o,' Young
Men and thos- who euffer with Servous
Debility, Loss of Memory, Preina ur De
cay, &c , &c, &c, by one who ha cured
himself by simple means, aOer b-iing put
to great expense and incon vi.nient'e,
through the use of wor'hless medicines
prescribed by learned Doctors.
- Single copies may be had of th: author,
C. A. LAMBERT, Esq., Greenpoit t, Long
Inland, by enclosing a post-paid aldrned
en ve lope. AdJresa CHARLES A, LAM
BERT. Esq, Greenpoint, Long Island,
New York. !r
January 15, 1862 2m.
R0TICE TO LAND OWN CIS.
.THE undersigned, Treasurer of Columbia
County, vvouli give notice to all tt ose ow
ing him tbeir taxes on unseated. Itnds, for
the years 1860 and 1861, that thsy ' roost
come forward and pay the same, be tween
this and the first of April,' other ist the
bind will be advertised and sold. A word
to the wise is sufficient (ic. 1'"
' JAS. McNINCH.
Treasurer's 0;fice, : ) Tuimrer:
Bloomsburg, Fob. 19, l?6l j
0 $ THR FINANCES F.lTHE J COTjNT y
OF TOLUMBIA Pa., FROM THE FIRST
OA Yi f JANUARY, 1861, to THE FIRST
DAY OF JANUARY, 1862,
fpHK Audfiors elected to settle and adjat
the public acconnts of Colombia county
have exatnined the ame 'from the 1st day
of Jannary, 1861, to the t dav of January
1862, and respectfully lav lefre the Hon
orable the JndgflH of the tTonrt of Common
Pleas, the following Maieinent antl report,
screeably to the 22d Section of the "Art ol
the fJen-ral Asspmhly ol this Comm"i
wpulth, p .tssed the 4ih day of April, A. D.,
JOHN JA. FUNSTON Tranrpr of Columbia
county, in accounl with said county :
Jn. 18fil, To tt xes ontstandinsr, f 7l43 37
do do cash io Treasurnr's hands 2055,48
J.r.. 7th, To cash ol J. J. Karn, land
Fb. Vh, To cash of S. F. Headley,
Fb. 6, To cash of W Cole, old iron,
Feh. 9, To cafeh.of J. Galbraith, laud
June, Am'tof Co. tax asc'.l for 1861, 8789,48
do do Mate tax asM tor lPOi, e4Ut,
do Am'tTcash ree'd lrom miluary
Oct. To ten day nssemer.t,
Nov. 12, To cash of A. Ldley, J. P.,
on sal of an esttay,
Njv. 12 To cash received fortte of
Drc. 18, lmert on Note of S N"V-
hard, ailm'r of B. Hayman. deu'd,
Dec. To Note of B. Hayman'a adm'r,
To interest of the tame,
By ami otitc'anding for 1851 and pre
vious j ear?,
By exonerations allowed collector 263.25
By commissions, do do 80.87
By order redeemrd. ' 9134.70
By Treasurer's com. on f9000,00, 360 00
By balance on ihe abatement a ppr
Auditor tienl'a R-port, daied Mar.
28th, 1861, 26,03
By ami of S'ate tax paid Slate Treas
urer Julv 24ih, 1861, 8290,13
By cash in bauds of Treas. doe co., 421.03
pafo'ors pay, spring apesment,
do do trieniel assessment.
Am't paid r.oiin'y Aur Scitv.
urn inn; A'n n.KKK.
Anrt paii' Andiif.r. and Clerk,
Am't paid V. Win for audnintf Pro
lhouotar)'s and Register's ae'.8,
BRIDGE-ANT ROAD VIEWS.
Am't paid sundry prnn. SI 10,00
Am't paid sondry per-on Mk book, S97 63
riiJAUU or uciiir.
Am't pa'ul Rosauna Shaler,
do Elizabeth Smellier",
do Mrs. Ka e Mahoney
do Margaret Mc-Girr.
co Mary J. Thornton,
do Mr. Patterson,
c'o Mrs. Diehl,
do Mr. Talor,
do Mrs. Fowler,
do Mrs. Mary Jane Manning;,
do Mrs. Etlr,
do Rosalinda Warner,
tn Sarah SimOtl.
Paid S BalJy kJ. Evans, B of Relif, 6.(0
mout.t paid Mindrv nprotf. t396,23
Amount paid the several couris S86.30
Am't o'd court t rier during th var S51,f0
CLEANING COURT HOUSE.
P'd Ann Loti2, cleaning coon bouee 817,00
Am't paid lor repairs done to county
t,uildim dnrinir lh year. Si 13,09
JUROPS WAGES AND MILEAGE.
Paid Juror at th several cnoris, S853.26
r iu. a i.j.
Win. H. Jacoby,
Levi L Taie,
A. B. Tat,
Prtid Eastern S a'e Penitentiary.
Paid Jacob Eyerly,
Amount paid Palemou John.
Paid William toie, Bemon,
Jane IVieep, iitduirru,
Mrs. M Barion, Bbiom,
John Melu k, do
Peter Melu k, do
Jacob Stetler's heir. Madison,
Wei-ley Bowman, Oianft,
Jacob Ash, Btsnton.
Aaron Kesier, jr., Mt. Pleasant,
John Smith, Benton,
Deunio pr.-el, Bloom,
Gros" oiKuhii, do
Stephen Kuiin do
John Walls, Greenwood,
Mrs. S. A. Peirikio, Bloom,
i Ami paid John Ent on conuact,
do David aavage,
Ami paid sundry per-on lor repairs, ?279,22
COMMISSIONERS AND CLERK
George M.tler, 5 ,'XX
Jceph R. P-.ton, M.OO
Wrilliarn Lamon, 1 , "X
Charles H. Hess, 3.50
liobe.t C. Fruit, Cleik, ' -"'"""
Am't paid John G Freeze, Att'y. S60.0G
Ami raid E. H. Little. U.t. Aii'y, s,oo
- ELECTION EXPENSES.
Spring election sweariug officers e'e 408.05
Special election, 295 90
t f QO
FOX AND WILD CAT SCALPS.
Amount paid sundry person-, 8106,97
Amount paid for coal and wood, 548,33
Amount paid sundry persons, 537,01
Am't paid Lycoroina Insurance co.S25.77
Amt paid sundry persons for holding
inquests during the year, 333,04
REGISTER & RECORDER.
Paid D. Lee, recording Treas bond, SP.00
,n do for cooving alphabet to
Mmi Book. 50,f0
A m'r n ai d John Snyder for conveying
Tlatk Price et. al. to Penitentiary $281 00
P'd J. Snvder board &c. for prioners 345,83
Paid Josiah H. Fcrmatj lor boarding
. SURVEYOR. -Paid
Solomon Neyhaid for Surveying.
and making map for county, S594f27
Paid P. W. Shafer, suiTeying co. Ime
between Co!..&Scbriylfci!l conntiea 75.00
- STATE ROAD AND CO. LINE.
Paid J is. Masters rnuuiri Siate road ,
through Pir townlrtp, ., , 51,50
Paid George Mack at. running co.
line betweeo Columbia & Luzerne, 30,00
Amcunt paid at the sevral courtf,
Ami of road and poor taxes returned
Amount to John ft on.!,
Whole ami of order? isoed 186 1,
Deduct ami of taxes refunded,
Ex penditnreB for thn iar 1861,
We, the underlined At.diior of the cc
of Columbia bei'ijr t'uly elecK'dto adjust and
!.tile the at'couuis of ihe Treaurt-r and
Co'rimi"storif r, have carefnliy 'xarniiied
the aocouttis and vouchers of the same. from
the Grst day of Jn.iury, A D . 1861, to the
fitt-t day ot January, A. D., 186, do rerlil)
that we find them correct a set 'forih io
Ihe foresoinj staiement, and that we find
a balance due Columbia conntv of FOUU
HUNDRED &TWEFTY-ONE DOLLARS
AND THREE CENTS, Irom John A. Funs
ton, Treasurer ol said county. .
Given under our hands thi seventh day ol
January, A. D , 1862.
GEO KG E M HOWELL, ) plw
JOS. . KMl'Tf.K, " V '
JOHN F. FOWLER, ) A,,d,lors
AireitDAKlFAs LEE, Clerk.
10 73 Wrt, t he miileri-ianed Commissioner of
yg ! Coltitn bia county, do cert'fv that the fo'e
' , I ijoinir ii a correct statement o' the acc.ou;,y
i r . . 1 - r. .i..- . 100 t
ui shui coiiiuy nr iii irai ioi.
In testimony whereol we have hereunto
M niir hands this eeventfi day of January
A. D. U62
JOSEPH R. PATTON ) Comm'a
Wll LI AM LAMON, ot
CHARLES H. HESS ) Ccd Co.
Attest C. FRUIT, Cet.
Approved by the Conn, Feb. 4th 1862.
STEPHEN BALDY. ) A-oeiaie
JOHN M-REYNOLDS J Jiidges.
Commi-sioners Oifioe, )
Bloomsbura, Fb. 5, 1862.
Hilliam G. Perry,
Bookseller, Blank Book ManuU rer and
Dealer iu Imported and Amer ican Station
ery, and Photograph Alburns, S. W. cor.
Fourth and Rare, PhiUda.
lilank Accou.it Hooks,
FOLS-CAP PAPER, LETTER, NOTE,
Bill, -Sermon and Drawing Paper, Curtains
and Wtappina papers, Envelopep, Pencils.
Slates, Back ira mm on Boards. Chess Gold
Pens Family Bible, Hjmn, Prayer Book
A meriran, En li-h & French Inks, Pocket
Books Writinu De-ks, kc. &c , all of wt.ich
are t einu old at very low prices fot cah.
Wm. G. Petry, S. W. cor 4ih &. Race, Phila.
Blank Bucks of the. Best Quality,
can be boiirt at low lice s. in verv vari
eiy of Mjle of binding, 1 Wm. G. Perry's
Arconni Book Maniii'actory, S. W. cor. 4ih
and Race Sireeis, Philata.
A !arc assortment t-elltn at very Ijw
prices for cash.
Win. G. Perry,
S. W. cor Fourdi Si Race Sire'
Itiiy Win. . Terry's
Steel Pens, the best and cheapest in the
market Wm. G. Perry, S'siinner,
S. W. corner Fourth & Race m.
Selling at a bargain. Puicnaers buying
Books, and Stationery for cash, car. pur
chase much below w holesale prices at S
W. cor. Fourth & Race.
Wm. G Perry,
Bookseller and Statior.er.
Of every det-rription executed in the tpst
stvle. Feri-ons having PooKs in quantity
;hat need binding, can have them bound
al the present time at very low rates. None
but experienced workmen are employed
iu my establishment. m.i- I hutii,
Book Hinder and Stationer,
S. W.Vor Fourth & Race Sts, Philada
December IS, 1861 -4m.
During the past year we hee introduced
to the notice ol the medical profession o
his country the Pure Ctyitalited Chloride cj
Prowylumint. a a
KENEDY TOR RIIEttIATIS.lI !
And having received Irom many sources,
both from plijMcians of the highest stand
ng and from patients, the most
nattering I csiiuioiilals of r. Ie:l Vnlne
in the treatment ol this painful and obst'i-
na'e disease, we are induced to present it
to the pnbito in a lorm READY FOR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hope will com
mend itself to hise who are suffering with
this atTlic.iiig complaint, and to the medi
cal practitioner who may feel disposed to
lest the powers of this valuable remedy.
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in the form
above spoken of, has recently been extpu
sively experimented with in the
Feimsy Ira nia Hospital,
and with MARKED SUCCESS (as will ap
pear from the published accounts in the
X3T It is carefully put up ready for im
mediate use, with full directions, and can
be obtained from all the drugiti at 75
cents per botlle. and at - holesale of
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggifts and Manufacturing Chemists,
Philadelphia. Jcne 2r. 1861 Iv.
P HOLOGRAPHY IN ALL I I'S Branches
executed in the best stle known in the
art, at C. (! CRANKS GALLERY,. 532
Arch Street, East of Sixth, Philadelphia.
CFLile Size in Oil and Pastil,
C?Ambrol pes, Daguerreotypes, &c.
For Cases, Medallious, Pins, Rings, &c.
Estate vf Christopher IMter, lite of Rlifjli
townsh'p, Cot ca., deceased.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Christopher Heller, laie of Mifflin twp..
Colombia county, deceased, have been
granted by ihe Register of Columbia conn
Ty, to Samuel HelUr, residing in Hollen
huilr tnwnshin. Luxerne 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 to th niidersiuned.
SAMUEL HELLER, Exttitior.
Janosry p; 1862. Cm.
N O Ft M A L S C H O O L
( OMMEIICIAL IXSTITUTG . ;
Omngtvi le, Culumlia County, Pennsyly ihia
flVj-IE Third Term ft the present 'Acad em
ic year of the Oraneville Male and
Female Academy, wiil commence on Tues
day, Fet.rut.ry 4th. 1862 ;
Irr. II. I. WAMiin, A.M., Principal.
In the arraiiJemeni nf Ciarses, ih course
ol t-tndy and tnsirociioii. and the examina
tion and yra-'uHliori ol pupiU, ' 'h'- d--
(larlmet-i will conlorrn o the S .iie Ntirma!
chool of "Pf'niiBydvaiiirf anil :o ttie vw
of th S'ate Depafim'Mi' ot Put. 'tie. S h uA
I tie lu-titniioii will b nn.lor the ctir:
ol Prol. H. D. Walker, A. M., d Principal,
who as a -cliotar,a 1 eaidier anil a Lecturer,
is too widely ki.'own lo need 'any :recm'il
metnlatio'i. The Tru-lees fiave Kpar-d
neither pains nor expanse to secure, the
service ol a man in "v-hose int-uriiy prd
abiluy they have eriiire cotifi ience ; and
they are determined that the i-ohool in ttie
advantages vhich it proffer to the public
hall not tie mrpaed ty any fimilir in
siitntion in ttie State. Arrangement' have
also been rnade to connei't with itie lnsii
ttvion a COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE In
which (lie coiire of Iti'trncliori taiil be a
conilete and thorough a in lite best Com
metcial Co!leire. S u lents aUo who are
desirous ol purtning Classical or belect
piudieti will ttave, as in tli S ate Norni.il
'.i-hoo!st the needed lacililies and iniruc
t The preparatory and model schools, un
der the direct charge ol Ihe Piincipal, will
comprise pupils whose age or attainment
do not qualily them lo pursue the studies
of the regular cla-se?i. In this department
there will be lurnitied to the teacher stu
dents who are qualified (or i', an op
ponunity for practice in the An ol Tea en
in;!, and lor learning ho.v to oruaniz.
arrange, and im-truct a f.clinul, in such a
nianner that under tlieir ilirecti'n onr pub
lic shall be-ome truly mode! Sctiools. Lec-
tnree" on ihe 1 heory ant frao'.ieol I each
ins will be given to the Teacher i-iudent
weeklv Public Lecturws will aUo be ivtrn
IP CE CL S3 S3
Tuiiion per Sep.yiou, of eleven weks :
For the first grade S4 00 ; Second grade
S5 00 ; ill ird graoe 6 00; Commercial
Department $15. lull course.
Oue half the 1 union is reqn.red to pe
paid at the opening of each Sescion and
the other half at Ihe close : unless re
agieernent ; ro deiJu;iio:i mace tor aD
a nee except in ca-es of continued illnes.
BoaUiing and lurnihed rooms will be
given Students at two dollars per week..
The-e are al-o rooms to let lor those who
wish to board themselves.
All ttie lexi books ui-ed in the Institution
can be had in the place at the usual ebbing
error turtner particulars aitdrss tt.e
E. Lazarus, James Patterson,
C. Bittenbender, Wesley Bowman,
J.S. Wood, Samuel Achenbuch,
William Fri:z, Bourd of Trustees.
Orangeville, Jan. 15. 1S62.
THE GREAT CAUSE OF
ii u ii x iv i s e: n y .
Just PttLlithed in a Staled Envelop ul.
'rire 6 i e :
A LKC l"URc. BY DR. CULVER
WJ V.A , ON THE CAUSE AND
CURE, of Sp.nn itorrl.o? i. Con
sumption, Al'-nlal and Puysical Debiiity,
Nervctisiietis. Epilepsy ; Impared Nutrti.s
of the Bo Is: Latitude: Weakness of the
Limb atid tt.e back; Iiidipoition and In
capacity for Mndy and Labor- Dij!!iipso1
Apprehension; Lc.-s o'.Memor) ; AverMon
to Society: Love of Sdiiud: Tun titty,
Self Distrust; Dizziness; Headache: Affec
tion rf Ihe Eyss: Pimples on the Face,
Involmtarv E'ntssions, acd sexual Incana
cit ; the consequences ol oudilul Iiidis-
creiior., &:., &c.
VsT I tns admirable Lectoreclearly proves
that .1 e above ennmera'ed, often slf af
dieted, evils may be removed with h;s
medicine and without dangerous surgical
operations, and should be read by eery
youth and every man in the Und.
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
ealed e ivelope, on the receipi of six ceiiis,
or two postage stamps, bv a.ldres-in
l)Ii CHAS. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowery, N. Y. l'ost Odioe box 4586. .
January 29, 1862-ly.
(OF JERSEYTOWN, PA )
'fHE snb-criber would respecllnlly ap--
prie Ins IrieinN and the pnblio gener
ally, that he has established Uie
it t ntcnv
in Jerseyiown, Colun.lia county. Pa. Tite
above house ha lately teen refitted and
under2on a thorough repairing by the pro
prietor. II is lully prepared to entertain
ihe travelling cutotn as well a the Incl
with genera! satistact'mn. Hi TABLE and
BAR,are well supplied and wi'l he careful
ly t,uperin:eitded. And hrs STABLE is am
ply and well sto ked. in charge of careful
grooms, will always be properly attended.
CfF He invites a share of the public cus
torn, and pledges hi best efforts, to help
his iiuests feel at home.
Jerseytown. Jan 8, 1862.
SUI'I'IIYft OI F AT COST.
A FEW COATS, Pant and Vests. Shawls
Buys' boots, &c, will be sold ff at cos,
by L. T. SHARP LESS
Notw ithMaridins the enormous price
which Cotton Goods. G.oceries. &o.5 de
maud i am determined lo show the sope
riori.y of the CASH AND READY PAY
SYSTEM. h selling coods at lower profits
" - J u
than eer before. .
JUST RECEIVED .A lot rf Hoop Skin,
with ihe lam'iis Enreka attachment, th
utility of which will be read ly seen upon
A LOT OFCALICOES.neat style", which
will be sold al prices varying from 10 to
LADIES' MOROCCO HEELED SHOES
ALOj the Balmoral Skirts, a convert
ence which every lady should possess.
(JR0CER1ES will be sold al the lowest
profits, with all odter eoods, at
L. T. SHARPLESS",
Cheap Cah S.ore.
Bloomfborg. Jan- 15, 1S62.
A SUPERIOR COTTON FOR QUILTING.
&c: lor aale cheap at the Cheap Cash Store
; L, T. SII.RPLESS.
Bloomsbnfj, October 30, 186 1.
F O II S A K !
C! EVER AL desirable Building Lots
Bloomsbnrsr, for sale-. Inqoire nf
June 20, 1860-lL . W. WIRT.
Important lo House Owner. . .
1 ripor'aiit to Builders. .
liopottatit to Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmers. . .
To all whom t his may concern, and ii eonc$rn$
, everv bndy.
; JOHNS 4- "CUOSLEY'S .
IMH.OVICl) GUN A FEltCHA. '
Tne Cheapen ai.il rno-.t durable liooriing
IT IS FIRE AND WATER 'ROOT.
It can be applies! lo New and Oid Rijfs of
AH kinds, s'eep or flat, and to Sinugle.
Roofs i'hoci removinj th Shig'es.
THE f OS T IS ONLY Af-OUT ONE-THIRD
TIU1 OF TIN, AND IT IS TWICE
Tit i - aricle t,jt een itioron;ty ?efd
New York City and all pan of ihe United '.
S :i e, Canada. West jnities and C2n:rl
arid Soi,th Airierica, on Building ol h It
kind, siH-h as Fac oiies. Foundr-s Chnreit
9. Rail Road Depots. Car-, ami on Putim
Kuildiiig "enerally, Grvemineiit Bnihliii",
&c., by the principal Builder, A'n hi'ern
anil f-lhers, during the past.fnnr ear. aid
hs proved to be ihe CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE iiOOFING m ne ; it is'
in every respect a fiire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF coveting for RCOFS OF
Jin is the OSLY matcrid tuaniifictured in
the United Stales which combine i'h very
denable proteitf of Ei'sticily and Dura
bility, which are universally ark nowledue.l
to fe po-sessed by GUI TA PEliCHA and
iYo Ileal in required in inuhing appli
cation. The expert? of appl ing it is t i R vs. i nd
ordinary R'jof can be covered and fi i.
ishe.il the some day.
IT CAN. BE APPLIED BV ANYON'E.
undwhen fii.ished lotms a pufectly Fre
Proof sutfice with ar eU-t -c. body. hich
cannot le ii jnreil n He!, Cold or Storms,
Shrink ng ol Roof Boards, nor any external
a.;ti on ha'evnr.
LIQUID CUTIA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Coaiiu Metals ol ad Kinds when ex
posed to the action of the Weather and
Ir Preserving and K pairing Mrt al
Hoof 3 of all Kindt,
Thi -is ihe only Composition Known
which will Micee-lul!y resist extreme
changes of Hi male, lor any leneth ot time, "
when apdiPd to me'als, to whicb it adheres
firmly, tcrnnnj a body equal to three coats '
if crdhiarv pain', cots nuch fes and will :
LAS T JHREE TIMES AS LONG ; feml
Irom its elatioiiy i not injured by he con- "
traction ol TIN and other METAL UOOFS,
cin-equetit upon sudJen changes t tho
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN .
I N W ARM WEA'I HER AND W I LL N O I
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can la
readily repaired with GUITA PERCH A
CEMENT, ar d prevented from farther cor
t ro-iosi an leaking, thereby ensuruig a per-
lectly water light R iof for many years.
Thi Cement is peculiarly adapted r tbe
preservation of Iron Railoijis, Stoves, Ran
ites, Sa!es, Auricultural I tnpleiX-enl, &e,
also tor -enerai inanulac.tnrers n-e
GUTTui PERCI1.1 CEMEST
For preserving aud repairing Tin and other
Meial R'lol or every description, fro-'ii its
reat eU-ticiiy, is not injured by Ihe con
traction and expansion ot Metals, atic wilt
not crack in cold or rt.n in varin weather.
These ma'erials are adapted to all cli
ma es, and we are prepared to supply or
der trom anv i art of it e rnrjnlry. al short
i.o-ce, for GUITA PERCH A ROOFING io
n il-, ready prepared lor Use, and GUTTA
PERCH A CEMENT in t arrels, with fall
printed diri-tion tor appbr .firrj.
If u' mnkelifiei ul and tutt-fictc-i y at range
tntnn with ttKpnvte p-uties ten.) tcoidd Hke lo
ctatsiifk thcmteliie "i i LnciaMve and PeiQja
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
V'e can give abundar-.t proof of all v
claim in tavor of (itir tinproved UoOng
Muerial. have applied tnem to evtral
thousand Rools in IVew York C:t? ami i
cin.ty. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
Su'e ilarmlact urer.
H'holtsal Wan house TS IViUinm St.
Comerol L-berty Nrefct. NEW YORK.
Full desciipii ve Circulars and Prices Mill
be f.irni-hed on application. -
Oc ober 16, 1h61 ly.
ST. IaOUI? HOTEL,.
CIICsTMT STI1KKT, ABOVE THIRD
IN the immediate neighborhood of the Job
t ine House on Market Thir l, and Chest
nut S ree s, the Bnks, Posl Odice, Mer
chains' Evchti-je, &c.
ItOiKO I'l K 21Y $150.
Aecommiidauon when required on ttie EU
ROPEAN PLAN; Rooms from 50 cents
and upward-, per dav, and meal at a First
Ci.aks R. i chant attached to Tint Hotel.
Price according to the Bilt ol Fr-.
I he ty fsr tak- I'lisenger Irom tknf
ri ton I i :ise In l he llite.
ri Etiulish, French, German and Spatiibh
July 17. 19GI.
FALL t WliTK GOODS.
PETE It ENT
DAS Just received bom Philadelphia,
atid i now opening a the old stand
latalv occupied by Manx and Ent a splen
did artment ol merchandize, which will
be sold cheap for
CASH Ott eorxTRY r.iosucE.
Hi stock Mvi-i-: of IaJ'es' Dres Goods,
ctto'ce-t styles p nrf la'esl fashions.
PRY GOODS (iROC FRIES,
HARD-WARE, QEENS-WA RK.
CEDAR WARE. HOLLOW-WASEi,
IRON NAH AND SPIKES
BUOIS AND SHOES.
II ATS AND CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, &C. &C.
In hori everything usually kept ia a
1 he patronage of old friend, and tha
public generally, is respecllnlly solicited.
The titgnet marxet price pam ior rouu
try produce. PETER ENT.
Lijhl S: reel, Dec 18, 186 1 -
TO CONSU M P T I V ES.
The Adveriser. havit g been res'oreJ id
health in a very fw week by a very sim
pie remeCy aber having sotfered sereral
year with a severe Iudj! affection, arid ha
dread disease, Consumption is anxious lu
make known to his lel!ow-ulfeier th
mean of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a ropv
of the pre-cription used, (free id charg.)
with lie directiuns for preparin and ota4
the same, which they will find a snre core
for Consumption, As'hma, Bronchitis, &c.
The oiny ot jert of the mlveniser in send
ma the Pre.-r.pt'0:i t 0 ben'tit ih afl.c
led, an ' ,.iedl it.!ormatiOi which h con-
reives tob iiivahtable, ami he hopes every
sufferer wid try tns remedy, ? it wuieoct
tl.eoi iiottmii, and mat prove a blessing.
Parties viisi:ii! U.e rsscripUon wiU
1 Rev. EDWARD WILSON.'
WUbambcrsr, K'Ji co-, N. Y. "
October 3. IK61. '4 n. ' '
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.