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ST All OF THE N0RTnl.,.?7,lT,Tr3r,ir?h'i.
WrdnciJay-MorniB?, Aug. Hlh, b62.
ireinccraiic f ouniy CoTctia.
Pk'OllCE is lie re by liven, that the Demo
Ca'ic Electors in ami lor the several
rorn;!is ami Election District of Colum
bia county, wi'd meet at their respective
placenol bedding said F.lectimis
On Suiu'rilay. tht 2-id day of August,
lietw en the hour of 3 amt7 o'clock P. M ,
of said day, tor ihe purposed choosing
two f 'el-'aie from ench K.lection District,
m meet in COUNTY CONVENTION, at the
Court Hnu'e, in Bl oiri-bnrjj
On Monday the 25t day rf kugvsf.
At one o'clock P. M , of sail day. for the
purpose of making the usual Democratic
tiominafious to be sn p ported, by ihe Fier
ier ol Columbia ouiity ai the ensuingGen
era! Election, am1 lor the lransac'..ou of
other bivine pertaining to the interests ol
the Democratic party.
W. 11. JACORY, Ch-nrmm.
ROHR McH KNRV,
A. J, Al.BKKTSOtf,
J. R RoBBIN,
John M. Nu.
DtmcctntU Standing Committee
Tp . Sn KBirF ad veri tses several tracts of
land in -his week's paper to be sold on Mod. ,
.lay the 1st ol September nex'.
Th Editors of the Harrisburg Patriot !f j
lriiit, have been pent to Fort Nclleniy,
charged with . issuing a reditious hand bill.
- O Monday . mortii2 last several ynuim
men. left this coumy for Harrisbur, to join
t'e companies from this place nd Caiia-
True two Companies thai left ibi county
"for I.arrishnr, l ijst week, have been ac- ;
-ept-d and are s-.vorn ifito the service of ihe
United States. - S
Dn't forget the yo-na ladies Ice cream
- Festival oil Thnr."l.y eveninz i'l this place
The proceeds to be applied to llit tick a:nl
wou'iled in t!ie arm v.
Tmk ir mee;inir in E-pv lat week Lad
u.e fooc inert IO ..un m.t q..e a ,.u.: rr ,
f viilunteers who have gore in the enmpa- i
ty that left this place on Friday last. j
A koblk Company, ot o:;e hundred men j
front Wyoming couiitr,pa'iseil by this plac. i
on I'Vi ay inornin? Iat, lor the seat ol war. i
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itinispeaus wen iur utile yuni'i uuuu-
Gicoi-Gc Mack. Eq , ol Espy, was shame
fnMy assaulted on Monday last tit thai town ;
by tome hot headed Republican. We on 3 FirM and fv.al rco'inl of Chas. Ma
defMand'Jodae Mack intei-d- havin2 il-e ; lf"! er dru'r t Lejvis Smi h late of Krier
maver brnhi before ih Court of Justice j "f 'Jc'nL of Geo H-.'.es and ot'i-
CoNceist.-The tiiiiti-mi Brothers, accom- ' e" Hdmini.tra ors ol ihe eaie ot Jo-epti
. , . t , ... . . i Paston lale of Crtawissa twp , dfc'd.
rar led by H. M. Rogers, the d.s u.-gnt.he.l ; b U.,.0lll, of Vm. Cox l-i!;is Executor of
vocalist, will aive a co cert in t! e Court z e t, Murriy late ot I).rry twp.,dec'd.
Ho'ise, in this ptac, on vhis ( W edresda ) 6. At i-outn of Robett D.ivistin Adm'r. ol
evwninz.The I3ih uist. Our ciuzeiis have I- F- Test" li,le nf Ca tawissa tup., dec d
... , r . ,i .. ( 7f Final account ol DaviJ Davis & Paul
had the p eanre of hearing this troupe of , , , iC . c . ., , . r..
' r I Lt-iity xei utor. oi barah techier lnle of the
ii..,:Hrs on a prevum occasion, and the fa poruuJ., wj Danville dee'd.
vortlila npini-.m lormed ot thesn at that time- j 8. KirM atnl fi'ial arcount of Joe,!) W
will be m inifiit ny a liberal pa;r !;t4e ex- I Re-e nlmr ol benjamin W. Reete jate ol
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tenJed thm on their re'nrn. The) will
yiva but one exhibition in this place Ad
mittance 25 cents, children 15 ceuls lick
ets will he sold at i!:e door.
Col W. W. RnKtcTis breathed l is last ; j ol! tO A (lhip dee'd.
on Sunday mnrniuy la-t, at his tdther's re 1 11 Arvotnt ot David Kriller, Guardian
iilence in Orange viil He had been ill for ! ol fieo. W. and Biiiville Krister minor son
, i.i ii- : o! Mm.'tn Kriyln-r late ol Locust two. decM
many mitrts and had reignel Ins cm- . t n ii-
J 1 12. Iiietiiiai account ol 1 e'er Hippen-
iiiand ol the 6;h Rki., I enna. l.e-erve-, in . MJej j.,n!, Htj-pensieel a lmi t-s rator
consequence of hi bad heat It. He wa a ; Conrad Htppeu.-lrel late of Brtarcreek
young man (probably 25 vear of a :e with decrd.
a fair prospect of urr tii.rmcion had j i?; T.-e firM final accoonl of Jonaihan
r . .... WiUon iilm r of Arnold heHer la!e of
It in hie been spareo; and hadj.t be. time ! Grn.t, tl , own.hip decr'd.
laitly lixed in a poition of life he S' ntci b I 14, rhr final acrouut ol Wm. G. Q i'k k
admired. He was the youngest Pfitna. j an. I Jinn G. Qnck, adm'rs ot Jobu H.
O loi.l in the army and rjnked amt ug the , Q" k 'v""ur twP de'd
. .... 1 15. The fi tat acr-oout or Cynn 15. Reere
hri ir. poijnf abjiiT. j a Im r -d V. u.aii Ueece I i'e of Hamioek
Thk Thi i ComTTnv 1 Recruiting is tfo- '; vii-hiji dec d.
It'. Firsi and trial account 01 John K:ca
in:;on fcnely lor the new company arIi S-mnej Kiciiar, aW f Midi-
loiraing ip. tins place wnn mr prospects j
of raising it in a short time. Ii needs t ut -ID I
irrin. It is the design to raise this compa-
nj !or the nine month'i service if possible, j
There are qui e a number of ihe most infl. ;
er.tial men givitfg the wiiole matter their
aid and support. The company will be
raised in order that a draft in this county
may be avoided. The raising of this com
I a ny will comi'lete our quota and nothii.g
more." Those desiring to enlist, rather than I
hold on for a draft will apply immediately
. . r. l i u ,f u l i
to LieuU Rush, Berwick, or W. H. Jaeoby, ;
For lurther particulars see ,
" An nfTair took place in our unusually qni- I
e; town on Saturday last, the particular of
which we should very rrnch dislike to pnb I
... w r .v, k a 1
lish in fu 1. U e have reference to the bad
treatment applied to ni.liatn r,yeT, a loyai .
a:id respectable citizen of this county. It
i said upon his making the, remark" that he
iidorsed the action of our county Commis
sioners, in relation io the matter of pay ing
a bounty to the volunteers of this county,
t'ce crowd in" hearing became indignant and
much excited, when a large nnmber of peo
ple gathered around him, some calling
lor a rcpe," while other appeared anxious
tu ''pitch into him." The excitement hav
i ig arrived at a very high temperature Mr.
JCyer attempted to make his escape, and
tianaed to go nearly a square, where he
entered Mr. Girton's Hal Store when the
infuriated crowd followed him and by forca
ttKsk him from ia store in the street and en
deavored to meKe him hurrah for the Union.
Mr. Ever received some hard punches and
t oht squeezing, and it was with great diffi
t . -
cuSty that he was rescued from the hands
nf the mob, by some cf onr peacell' and
I'iw abiding ciiien. There is law for all
things, and il thi? man raid or did anj thing
t isloyal or treasonable, we slill Lave a tri
t unal before which he should have been
jiropeHy arraigned. That i the right way
j-roceed. We are onpoed-to all mob
w, ivt if cr.ee inangti rated lSet is no or.e
fan see the etd. . Sr.ch actions will not an-
cr in a comtTiunity hke this. .
cu unuei ma uim can ui .juu.""1 , n.n ......
county for Harrisburg, on . Friday 1 morning
last. One of the companies was raised in
and about Caitawtsar and the other in
Bloornsburg antl the "back townships."
Both companies, We learn, had their full
complement . of nien. The company from
this place was captained by Mr.'M M,
Witmotcr, a student at law in the office
ol R F. Clark, and th . Cattawissa com
pany had chosen for its commander, Gto.
John ol their town and brother to the llev.
David C. John ol this place. Columbia
county has doubled her quota under the firt
call, and is still icady lor-any emergency.
Thee companies were made up of some of
the first and mot prominent young man ol
the county. Success attend them.
, Photcgkaphs Jand Ambsottpes Oar
townsman Henry Rosenstock.is doing mo-t
excellent work in his line of Photographing
and AiiibToty ping. His pictures are not ex
celled b) any, lar or near, in accuracy, du
rability and neatness ; besides the price is
within the reach of every body. Ha is do
ing a good business, and is prepared to do
just twice ihe amount of work. Give him a
call. He is a perfect gentleman and natu
Ocr Rkpiv VV'e have ;iO reply to the
contemptible insinuations of the editor ol
the Repibhcan,excepl to state that Postmast
er can well afford to be ''ready for a draft."
tr -I . . r -.1 t r l -
,ae uoclor a P1''01 ! n" 18 80
X'oua to do something for the families of
the volunteers, we surest he subscribe at
eaiX half the profiisof the Post Office. Will
he do it. Bewick G-ZfVe.
REVIEW OF THE MARKET,
CA RKFC LI. Y CORRECTED WEEKLY
WHEAT, SI J 2
pfoUR pf. bbl 6 50
DR'D APPLES, 1 (0
i::gisi isu's notices
NOTICE i hereby "iven f all :;U
creitiMir and ttther person i!-ter-ied in
tnt e.-tHt-.' tl tne resp-ctive ilecedenis mid
tumors, that Itie ioliowmz al in ir.is! r- t ion
nu t ;nariiiu account nave necn nii'J in
l e ()f h(? ,.u,er o Columbia co.,
am w ,i oe presen el for confirmation and
alio .vatic to the O-phan's Court, to be
hel.l at 15 o 'rnsbiirg. in the county aforo-
aHl, on Wednesday ihe 3d day of Sep;em
t er next at 2 . o'clock in the afternoon ol
' -'V- , ,
I. h Kst and ii al account of tifO. hlech-
er & Peter M Karshner Esecutors of Henry
Kr,m late olMi:ionr lownliip dec'il.
2. The ac'cun' of Alem B. Whi e exee
j u or ol Jo.-ep;i Whi e la e of Pine twp,
teenjM.oo ...wH.i.t uc ...
9. Fir si and hn.il arcoun' of John H.
j fielder executor ol Peier Hertocher la e ol
M ril.n tvvp., dee'd.
10 The first a:d fi-tal account of John
S i.iih aifn'r of Peter Crawlord late ol Mad-
sun ,0lMIhip, oec.tt.
DANIEL LEE, Regis-er.
B!oombtir An-2 6 h 1862.
Yalrabic Real Lsate
In pursuance of an order ol ihe Orphan's
Court ol Columbia county, on Saturday the
23 I day ot AnsuM next, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, John M. Chembeilin, Aitm'r
( of Noah S Prentiss, late of Ulotnn town
ship, in said connty , deceased, will expose
to sale, by Public Vendue, upon the prem
ises. a certain lot of ground, siitiate it:
. . k f
nioofIburg Co'nmnia county) and on the
North side ot ihe public road leading from
f oomsburg to Epytown, fro;iing on ihe
J.auj r, a )j a,ij1injr,a a 0f the decedent
0-i the Eai a lot of Alice Snyder on the
west, and at. alley on the north, cor.iaiuiug
in lroni on the public road aforesaid sixty
'" . .. . .
rune feet, and exiending along the line ol
j;,. Snyder's lot one hundred and ninety-
fiveleet I an alley, thence along said !
Ie in a South Ka-l direction eighty nine
leei lo a post, thence South wetwardly
cne hundred and fifty five feet to the public
road. : Whereon is erected a large two
story frame . honse a large Brick stable
and other oni building..
Late ihe Estate of said deceased, situate
in the lownsliiu of Bloom and conmv afore
aid. JACOB EYERLY,
Bloomi burg, Jul 23, 18C2.
TERMS OF S AI E. One fourth of the
pnrcfiase niony to be paid on the cor.fir
in&tion ol the sale, three fourths in one
tear from the confirmation, with intere-t
Irom the coDfirmati' n, ten per cent of the
one fourth to be pid at the time of striking
down the properly
J M. CHEMBERL1N, Adm'r.'
I00MS in the Tbird Story ot tne Ex-chatig-e
Block, (entrance above the
Rook S ore,) Bloornsburg, Columbia coun
Bloornsburg, Nov. 23, 1859-ly.
E. II. LITTLE.
, ITa. '
Oillce in Court Alley ; formerly occupied by
Chatles IL Buckalew.
December 28 y9.-tf. : '
Letter A' Faraily Sewing BlachiDfi
With all the Recent Improvements.
Is the best and cheapest and most beauti
ful of all Sewina Machines. This Machine
will sew anything, from the running of a
luck in Tarletan to the making o! an over
coat; anything libra. Pilot or Beaver cloth
down to Ihe softest Gaue or Gossamer
Tissue, and is ever ready to do its work e
perfection. It can fell, hem, bind, gather,
tui k, quilt, and has capacity lor a great vi
riety ol ornamental work. This i not the
only Machine lhat can fell, hem, bind, ai d
so forth, but it will do so better than at y
other machine. The Letter "A" Family
Sewing Machine may be had in iireut vari
ety ol cabinet caes. The Folding Case,
which is now becoming so popular, is, as
u name implies. 01 e that can be loldnd
into a box or case, which, when opened,
makes a beauiilul. substart'ial, eubstaminl,
and spacious table for ihe work 10 ri st
upon. Ttte ca-es are oi" every imaginat le
desian; plain' as-the wood grew in its native
forest, or us elaborately finished as art can
nnike them. ' '
Ttie Blanch Ofilces are well supplied w'th
silk twisi, thread, tu'edles, oil , etc , of lie
very bet quality.
Send for a copy of Singfh & Co 's Gazette.
I. M SINGER & CO.,
4o8 Broa-tway. N. V.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 810 Cuhhuui St
N. S. Tiualey, Atient. in E.,iy, Pa. '
John Sljarpless, A4ent, 111 Catiawisa
)a y 23, 1862 -ly.
$150 BEST PIANOS. $150
GROVES IE EN Si HALE, having re
moved io their new warerooms,"
1T0. 47(S E3.0AD7rAlr,
are now prej ared to ofTVr the public a mag
in fie" in new scale full
7 Octave UoscwoAd Piano,
containing all improvements known in this
country or Europe, over-strung buss,
French grand action, liarp pedal, full iron
W arranted for 5 Years.
Rich moulding cases.
$175 TO $200,
all warrini ted made ol ttte be?l
materia!. anl to staiin netter man
for S400 or S500 by the old
lest Jnr gfcs
manutarture. We invito
to exatnine and fy these new in Mm mem,
and we htand ready at all times to test ll em
vk itli an others manufactured i:t tin-ccuii-
r' GR0VESTEES & IllLE,
478 Bi oadwiij, I'cv,.York.
June 4 h 1862. 3m
HEADING RAIL ROAD.
HJLMER A Uli AlGt ,21 OT. .
rf-i UF.AT Trunk l Hie fmm the North -and
North-west for Ptiiladelphia,
York. Ri-ad.nir. Pottswille Lebanon,
town. Easion, &c,
Trains leave Harri-t urg for Philadelphia
New York, Reading, Pottsville, ami ai iu-term-diate
Sta.ions. at 8 a. m. and 1.40 . M.
New York Expies leave Harribut a at
1.25 m. airlviug ai New Yoik at 8.2 the,
same in or niug.
Fares lto:n Harrisbn'i : to New York
5 GO, to Pniladelphia S325 and 2,70.
Ba2!age checked throimh.
Rtf'Uririna leave New York at 6 A V. . i2
Noon, and 8 P. M. (Piii-bnrtih E.xpr-s )
Leave Philadelphia at 8 A. M and 3. 5 P
Sleeping c; rs in the Nw York Lrf-s
Trams, through to and Irom Putsburgh
P.iseuers by the Catiaw i-"" Ri! ;vcad
leave Port Clinton at 4.45 A M tor P tila
deldiia and all intern e lia e iit'Oti", and
at 3 00 P. M. lor Ptnla lel,)hia, Ne York,
mid all Way Poini.
Trains leae Pottsville at 9 A. M.' and
2.15 P. M. b r Ptiiladelphia and New Vork,
and a; 5.3U P. M. for Auburn ami Port
Clinton only, cmuieciing lor Pme (irove
and with the Cattawissa Rail Road.
An accomodation Pa-sener train h-aves
Reading at fi A. M. and returns trum Phila
delphia at 5 P M.
tT All the the above nains tun daily,
Sui ilavs excepted.
A Sunday train leaves PotthviHe at 7.30
A M. and phi adflttiia at 3.i5 P. M.
Compulation, Mi!eai:,, ea-on am: Ex
curcior Tickets, at reduced rates to and
Iro in ail points.
(J. A. NlCuLI.5 ,
General buperin encint.
June 4th F62
AUDITORS NOTICE ,
CREDITORS, and other per-on irteie j
ted. will t .ke notice (hat Ihe i ndcr- j
signed. Auditor appointed by the Orphan's
Court of Columbia county, to settli and j
adjusi ihe rates tmd proport ions r f the (
a-sets cf the E-late of Rr-njarotn, Ilayman, j
dee'd., in the hmis of SoIoikoh Ntyttsrd ;
hi admini-tra.or. l ami among the credt- ;
tor of the said deceased, according lo law,
will attend to the discharge of hi duties,
at hisr fhee, in BIooniaburg,in said rtunty,
on Sa'urJav. the Sixteenth day of Angu-t,
A. !1 mist thousand eiyht hnndr d a
sixty-two,at ten o'clock, A M. .th s con
firmation ol the tirM Auditor's Report hav
ing been taken oft by ihe said Cour ,
ihe said leoorl re-rom m itte I to 'lit
Auditor. when aid where all jer
interested are reqne fii in prese.it
lo prese.it ineir
claim i' the Aininor, or
be debarre I from
comiti" in tor a snare 01 me sii -ri.-.
W. WIRT, Atildor.
Bloomsbnrg, Jidy 16 '62. 4t.
? HEKEAS the Hon. Aaron K. Peck
' ham. Pre-ident Judge ol the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jai Deltv
ery, Cmirt of Quarter Se--ions ol the Peace
and Court of Common Pieas and Orphans'
Cnnrt, in the 26th Judicial District, compos
ed ol the counties ol Columbia, Sulli an and
Wiomin". and the Hons. Stephen Balcty and
John McKejnolds, Associale Judges, ol Co.-J
lurnbia Co., have ih-ued their preceii, oear-
icgda e one thousand eight hundred and
sixty one, and to ire directed lor h dding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery , Quarter Sessions ol thd Peace,
CornrPlean and Orphans' Court, in Bloorns
burg, in the county of Columbia, on the first
Monday (bein the 1st day) of Se;t., next
and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Con ner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables ot the
said County of Columbia, that they be then
and there lit their proper persons i t 10 o -clock
iii I ht forenoon ol said day, wjlh their
records, inquisitions and other remembran
ces to do those things w hich to the r offices
appertain to-be done.- And those .that are
bound by recognizes, lo prosecuh against
the prisoners that are or may be ii the Jail
of said county ol Columbia, lo be then and
there to prosecute then as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be .punctual .in thei
attendance, agreeably to their notije, dated
at Bloomsbnrg, 21st day of July, in the
year ofoor Lord one thousand eighl hundred
and sixiv-one and in the eightv-sixlh year
of the independence of the United States of
America. (Gort save ttte Lnmmnnweaiin.j
. JOSIAH 11. FUR MAN, ;
- .- 'SherifTii Office, l her:fT.
Ploorasburg, July.3l, 1862. J J
LARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE
CEIVED, 4 T the Store of Daniel McIIenry, in Still
water, Columbia county.
The undersigned would respectfully in
vite the citizens of Fit-hing Creek and the
surrounding conniry, io his large; and ex
tensive stock ol Goods, 'just received from
the cities of New York and Ptiiladelphia,
all of which he will sell cheaper lhaii here
tolore. His assortment consists of
Cloths. - '
. ..Muslins,' .
Hats ami Caps, of
ihe latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the
most approved make ; also, a lot of excel
lent iUaIy-3IaH" Clothing.
together wim a g od assortment ol Ves
ting. Hi store i well filled with Goods
ot every description. His ;
132. QD 13 S22 12 CSJ S3
are not surpassed by any Stote in the coun
try. His Hardware Department has not
SCYTHES, RAKES. HOES, SHOVELS
&c, are con-tanily kept on ham! ; alo,
Slike and Nad ; in short, everything us
ually lound in First-Class Stores.
DANIEL Mc HENRY.
Stillwater, May 14, JS62.
rpHE Spring Term of this Inf-tiiniion wi
-I commence on the 7ih of April next.
The Principal will be assisted by able
instructors, and as ample facilities will be
afforded to qualify S'udents lor leai hirg,
lor bo ines or for a more extensive course
in Itterniure, a liberal shaie of partronage
i aant solicited.
Pupil who do not come frnrnr home, or
tire not ut under the charge O.' near rela
tives, iniii-i board at the Seminary, and be
subject, io the rgula;tnmi ihereot. They
irmsi provide their own loweN and have
each arttclt of c!othin! distinctly marked.
Eleven week corstitute a quarter and
there will be a vacation ol about six weeks
in rr. id summer.
Bordi"t, washing and Tuition( with
furnished rooms, will be S25 per quarter,
or.e hall payable; in advance.
Tuition alone in Common branches, $5 00
" iucludius advance Algebra
mathematics history &e. 6 CO
4' in Latin, German or French
eat h extra 1 00
For lurthvr pur icnlar address
WM. BURGESS, Principal.
Millville, Col co., Feb. 26, 1862.
QUARTERLY BlIilliOR of FASHIONS,
TMIE Summer Number will contain four
large and splendid Fashion Plates, three
Full Sized Patterns, cornpris.ng ihe new
Frerit h Waist, and elegant sleeve, and a
Mis.-e Sack, loi-eihe' with nearly 100 en
gravings ot ali the novelties for Summer
bonnets, Cloaks, Trimmings. Chililren's
Dresi-es, et: , Valuable information to Mil
liner, iress makers, mothers, and ladies
generally. presBuiing the largest and best
Fashion Magazine in Ihe World, published
47j Broadwa.and sold every w here at 25
cents, or sent by mail pest Iree. on receipt
ot the amount, Yearly SI wi It the follow
ing valuable premium.
Each yearly subscriber will be entitled
to the selection of 50 cent worth ol plain
patterns, Iron, the designs in the book, or
Irom the show room, or they may be order
ed and se tt by mail any lime during the
year, by paving Ihe postage.
ftp" Splendid inducements to Canvassers.
The Mimmer number will be ready on or
about the 1st of May.
April 30th, 1852.
Ill ltlttll FOR tiii: I MO,
And I.. I'. sli;ipless " lieHp t ash More."
NEW GOODS 1 GREAT BARGAINS I
THE under-igred is just receiving a r.ew
snpt Ir of goods, fresh fiom the cities ol
New York and Phil'a. and is prepaied to
sell :hem at Reduced Prices.
Calicoes from .7c to 12$!:, the best at I2je
sonift of whii h cost 15c. Dress G mils :
Challis, Lavellas, Ginghams, Muslins, Ken
tucky Jeans, boy's Cassimeres, &c, &c,
Ladies' Shoes and Gailors. in great vari
rietv of t) le rod quality. A good heeled
Gaiter for 62$;-, and an excellert Congress
for Si 00 A kid heeled Lace Boot lor Si
Brit upward ALSO, the High Cut Palmo
ral Lace Bunt lor ladies. Ladies' and Chil
dren,' Skirts, Linen HandkerchieSs, &c, at
a very l'w figure.
Best Stone Ware Sets S4.00, &c. Hominy,
Dried Peaches, Mackerel, Chees, Lemons,
en. Goml Srnp Molasse from 50 to fiOc
a gallon. Sugars, lower than rerently sol I,
from 8c to 13c, the lafer price for "best
white. Coal Oil as low as any where.
tAn examination of ihe goods is soli
cited. Come and see for yourselves, that
the Cash System is preferable to any other.
Grain and country produce taken in ex
change for Goods by
I.. T. SHARPLESS.
BloomsWv'. March 26, 1862.
SPRING AND SUMMER
JIT PETER ENTS S TOR El
In Light Ltreet, Columbia county, Per.na.
FT AS just received from Philadelphia,
and is now opening at the old statu,
lately occupied by Martz & Ent. a splen
did assortment of MERCHANDIZE, which
will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNRY PRODUCE !
His stock consists of Ladies Dress Goods
choicest styles and latest fashions.
COTTON A. DES,
THREAD, &C ,
r.tarware. Hardware. Medicines. Drugs,
Oils, Paints, &c, Boots and Shoes, Hats
In short everything usually kept in a
country store. ' '
The patronage of old friends, and the
public public generally, is respectfully so
licited. , .
The highest market rrtce paid for coun
try produce. - ' PETER ENT.
Ligh! Street, May 7, I8i2.
hHOES in variety at the cheap cash Store
& of - L. T. SHARPLESS.
Look to your Interests ! I
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
fMIE subscribers have just returned from
- the City with another large and select
assort rneut of
Spring and Summer Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowest
figure, and which thy are determined to
sell on as moderate terms as can be pro
cured elsewhere in Bloomsburg. Their
stock comprises ;
I-iadies Dress Goods,
of the choicest styles and latent iHshionu.
DRY GOOD S,
C2 u a? a S3 a
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, Hol
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, &c , &e. : In short, everything
usually kept in country stores to which tSey
invites the public generally. The highest
prk-e paid for country prod-ice.
MILLER & EYER.
RlnomsbtH2. April 30, 1862.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
'HE undersigned Would most respect-
lully announce to the citizens of Blooms
burg and vicinity that she has just receiv
ed from the eastern cities her
Spriug & Summer Millinery Goods,
all of which she is prepared io make
and sell at a very reasonably low fig-f
tire. Her asortmMit ol tood are a
liitle superior in point of durability as well
a iastefuluess, to any offered in ihis section.
She returns thanks for the libeial patron
age she has received, and lespecifully so
licits a continuance of the same
MARY BARK LEY.
Rloomsbnr?, April 23 1862.
A i , w ISA i: 15 1: i: s u o v.
Opposite the Court Home end next door to
THE nndcrsigr;ed,rM"pectlully inform his
friends and customers that he has ope rind
A Nf w Barber Shop.
In Crunt Hourt Alley, nxt door below
the Olfice ol the Columbia Democrat, where
he ill be hrpiy to wait uiion all customers,
and from long experience and strct aiten
(ion to bn-itiess, he hopes to merit a'id re
ceive a liberal shar of public p'ronaae.
P?"AIJ ihings here ' done in decenc," and
in order." ' THOMAS BROWN.
Rloomsburg, March 5, 1S62.
G ii 1 1 a Ferclia lllackins:
"fOR Boot, Shftes, Harness, Carriages,
A and Mi'.i.ary Leather Work.
This new and excellent article excels
eveaything ever before in nse, for beauti
fving and softening the Leather. It makes
u polish like patent leather ; wnl not rub
off with water, nor stain the finest white
s.lk, and makes leather perfectly water
proof. Twice a month applied on boots
and shoes, and once a mouth for harness
ta c f?.i.. ... If I ho lalttaf Koortme . I i r'u
it nff vvi.h ,U,n wuter and llrt imiUh I
will re apt car. Warran-ed as represented,
Directions lor ti'O. Apply a tew urnps
on a sponge, rub it slowly over Ihe leather,
a;:d the onlish is complete.
PRICE 37 CEFTS PFR BOTTLE
CsT For sale by L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloornsburg, May 14, 1862.
GR IM) Jl RORSSEi'T. TERM, 1862.
Benton John D h'ine, P. N. IVlooie,
Beaver Samuel Cox,
B'iarcreek J. C. Smith,
Centre Andrew Freas,
Cattawis-a Dr. J. W. Robbins, Dan'i Rein
bold. Jacob Crea-y,
Convngham Wm. L. Kline,
Franklin J S. Fahringer
F'tshirigcreek, Emandus Unangst, Davit
Jackson Joshua Savage,
Locust John L. Hurst,
Mat'ison James Welliver. Uriah Mills,
M.tilni D. A. Hess H. C. He.-s.
Mi. Pleasant I.ei Garrett,
Maine J icob Gil Mtng,
iJn,e Abraham Hemlock. John l.ockhart,
Thomas AlcBrice, Elijah Fullmer.
Bloom Michael Wal.er, Joseph Barkley,
Borough Berw ick Jesse Bowman, Hudsen
Centre Win. ShafTei, II W. Ha3ent uch,
Caltawisa Gej. Scott, Casper Rahn, Dan
Fis'iingcreek Martin Am merman,
Frank Im Benj. P. Fortner,
(ireettwood Isaac De.witt, senr.
.r,,,,! Ueuten Fahringer, John Davi,
John Kline David Herbein, Joiin Haruer.
Madison, Yaleiiiine Welliver, Mathias,
iloore, Shepherd Kenyan, Richard De-
Mt Pleasant Wm. Miller, Wro Kitchen,
Mnntom Peter Ileimbach,
Mifflin K. H. Hess,
Maine Jacob Shugar, Wm.T. Shuman,
Orange Alfred Howell,
Pine Ezra Runt an, John Wintersteen.
v;t.ott Thomas W. Edgar, Elias Kline, C.
Nuss, Sam'l Hagenbuch.
Rioom.burg, July 23, 1862.
List of Causes for Sept. Term, 1862.
1 Andrew Criveling vs. Andrew Meilick
2 Philip Wintersteen vs Valentine Winter-
- ndl V Sovbeit et al. vs Augustus B.
1'enrcH et al.
4 Dan ! F. Sej bert vs Augustus li. Peatc
- - I
Henry Welles jr. vs George Kn.iey jr.
Simnel J Bealer vs Abraham W. Uob
bin et a!.
Jacob F.yer vs Abraham Kiae.
Abraham Klase vs Jacob Eyer
David Lee et al vs Samuel L. Benle.
Daniel F SeybertvsJosephGen.il.
Kliiah McMurtrie et al vs Chrtsi'n Wolf,
Frederick MarkroH vs John Un bison.
Wm.Coxetal vs William Holdren.
William E. Cise vs Centre township,
H B. Freas vs Joshua Fellermari et al
ii ii Pra n loshua Fettermatt ei al.
John H. Brown et al s Leonard B. Ru
lter M. Trangh vs Aaron Clayton.
Samuel IJittenben.ler vs Silas I). Edgar
Mat.tnn Hicks et al s Oliver Lynn ei.i
Hit" has et al. vs J. V. Criwell
22 James Harding vs E!ia Reese.
23 Lewi Larish vs Robert Hagenbuch.
24 Susanna Larish va Roben Hagenbuch.
25 Andrew Larish's Executois vs. Robert
26 Peter Hoffman's Exec'rs v Di d fox.
27 N. B. Creasy v Henry C. Freas.
28 Enoch Everett vs Mont. Kline et al.
29 Win. L. Parka vs t.usna uaumi".
Prothor-otary's Office. I.Pioihy
Rloomsborg July 23. 1862. J
Ayer's Cherry PectoraL
Important to House Owners.
I.nporlant to Builders.
linnnrfsirif In Rail Rnu.l Cn m na n t s a
Importani to Farmer. l
T tit . i : " - r"
i o au wnom inn may concetti, ami Uuonceait:
every body. v v
IMPROVED GUI I A PERCH A.
The Cheapest and most duble Roofiiii"
in use . ,
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF; '"
It can be applied to New and Old Roof ol
All kinds, steep or flat, and t,i ShuTsIe :'
RoofS without removing the Sfih ilfs '
TH K COST IS ONLY A BOUT ONE-THflTD
TH VT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE '
Thi article has been ihoropoiy iep,t ilr
New York City and all parin' of " Ue irnited
Slates, Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on' Buildings of T
kinds, such as Factories,. FoiridriesChurch'-.
es. Rail Road Depols, Cars, and d.i Public"
Building-generally, Government Building
&c, by ihe principal Builder, 'Architects
and others, during the pasi four yetvfV and
has proved to be the CHEAPEST' and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING m usey it is
in every respect a Hire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF, covering for ROOFS OF
ALL KINDS. -.
Thins the ONLY wate'rinihinnafictureii ifi
the United Statet which combines ihe-very
esirabre properties of Kinsicily und Dura
bility, which are universally acknowledged
to bepossessei? by GUTTAPERCHA and
INDIA RUBBER. ' - -
No Heat is required in mahinganpli-
cation. " Jr . '
The expense of applying it is'tiiffnrog wi(L
ordinary Roof can be covere d, and jfiti.
ishetl the some day. .'
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY AN'Y ONE,
und when finished forms a perfect t'-jFi'e
Pi oof stnftce with an elaMc body, whjcji
cannot be injnred Dy Heal, Cold or Storms
Shrinking of lloof Boards, nor any external
LIQUID CUTTA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Coating Metals of all Kinds when ex
. posed to the action of ihe Weather ami
lor Treserviuir and Jit pairing Mttal
Hoof 3 of all Kinds,
Thi is the only Composition k'nmrn
which will Piifcessfullv rei.i iurp.na !
filiUliilAd - T . . I m . 1 . . . . f . .- . . . 1 .
" " .'"MIC', i ii lengin oi nme
when applied lo me'als, lo which ii adheres
firmly, lorming a body equal io three coats
of ordinary paint, costs much le-s and will
LAST THREE TIMES AS LONG ; and
Irom its ela-ti-ily is not injured by the com
iraciion of TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
consequent upon tuddeu change of the
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Metal RoM can
readily repaired with GU PTA PERCH A
CEMENT, atd prevented from further cor
rosion an leaking, t'tereby ensuring a per
fectly water light Roof or many year.
Tni Cement is peculiarly adapted for the
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sates, Agricultural Implement, &c ,
also for ceneral manufacturers n-e
GUTT.i PERCH A CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Meul Rools every description, Irom i.s
fat l--l"'y, "Ol injured by the CO.l
jactton and expansion ol JV.e.als, anc wil!
II. .i f. ill lum vi gull III w UI III woatucr.
These material are adapted to all cli
ma es, and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom any part of Ihe country, at short
no'ice, lorGUTPA PERCHA ROOFING in
mil, ready prepared for use, and CUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, wi;h fu!l
primed dirertions for application.
JVe will mnketiheral and tatifictory nrrange
menis xrith repniUle p'tilien who would Wee to
establish them.!ites 'na Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant prool of all we
claim in favor of onr improved Rooting
Materials, have applied them to sett ral
thousand Roofs in New York City and vi
cinity. JOHNS '& CKOSLEY,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 William St.,
Cornerol Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices wiil
be f.irni-hed on application.
Oc ober 16. 1S6 1 ly.
UEAITI FI L f OSIPLEXIO.V.
rvOCTOR THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
send loall who v ish it (free of charge)
the Recipe and full directions for utrtkir.g
and using a beautiful vegetable Bairn, that
will effectually remove Pimple, Blotches,
lan htet kles, Kc, &c, leaving the skin
smooth, clean, and beauiilul ; also full di
rections lor using Pelatreao's celebrated
Stimulant, war'atited to start a full growth
ol Whiskers, t r a Mustache, in less than
thirty day. Either of the above can be
obtained by return mail, by addressing
i"with s'a'np. for return postage) DR.
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chem
ist, 831 Broadway New YorK.
January 15, 1862. 2m.
l H E CONFESSIONS and EXPERIENCE
of a SUFFERER, Published as a warn
itjg, and lor the epecial benefit of Young
M-ii and those who 6uffer with Nervous
Debility, Loss of Memory, Premtture Dt
cay, ficc , &c, by one who ha cured
himself by simple means, afer being put
to great expense and inconvenience
through the use of worhteM, medicine
prescribed l y learned Doctors.
Single routes may be had of the anthor,
C. A. LAM BERT, Esq . Greenpoint. Long
Island, by enclosing a po-i-pHiJ addressed !
envelop. Ad IresS CHARLES A. LAM
BERT E-q , Greenpoint, Long Island,
January 15, 1862 2m.
Kollock's Dandelion CoCVe.
THIS prejiaration, made from the best
Jva Corlee. i recommended by physicians
a a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE
for General Debility, D spep-ia. amt all
biliotis disorder. Thousand who have j
been compellett to abamlon ihe use ot col
tee will ue this without injurious etr-ct.
One can contains the sin-tig;ri ol two
pounds of ordinary roflee. Price 25 cents.
The purest and besi BAKING POWDER
known, for making light, sweet a'.d nutri
tious Bread and c.ike. Price 15 cents.
M inufacturs i hy
M H. K0LL0CK Chemist,
Corner of Broad and Chestnut Streets.
Z5T And Doldbyall Druggists and Groctrt.Al
February 26, 1S62- ly.
ESTATE OF ALEM MARR, DECD.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Alem Marr, late of Scott tp , Colum
bia county, deceased, have been granted
oy the Register of said county to Peter Eni,
residing in Light Street, township an I conn
ty aforesaid. All persons having claims or
demands against the estate of the uecei'ent
r requested to present them duly authen
ticated to the administrator for settlement,
and those indebted to the estate will make
payment forthwith to
PETER ENT, a im r.
Scott, May 2th, 1862.
I FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
, ISIi2aOVH:y PILLS
' AM who have f. rieniiaaj,f Relativesi in
the Aur.y or Nay sonH lake especial
re,i-hal they be amply supplied with these, .
riH. atid. Uitiimni ; "and . where .the
brave Soldier anJ Sailors, have, neglected -
lo provide them-ehes wiib thei. no. better'
prient'can be ieiit ihem by- Ueir Iriends
' ritey have been proved to be the Soldiers' "
n-er.lail ng-lr-end in t-'to bonr f nee,d.
COUGHS 'AND --CCLI S A I FECTING i
' '- TROOl S: . "
Wi'l be'relieved and effeclBally rored' bv' -usiftg
triere-admlra"ble. medicines, vaJ ty ;
. pay nig proper attention io ihe Direciiomi
wnii-rr are atmcneiT to each -t'oi ir Box;;.:..
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT O AP1!
PE'1 11 E, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS." .
Those feelings which Vo sadden u,usrVal
ly aiise Irom front le: 6r; annoyances, ob
structed perspiration, or ea'ing and drink "
tng ha'ever is unwholesome,; ;tbus;Jii
turbing the heKlihfut action of the liver and
stomach - Tliee-rgao TinM be. rel;'eed,
if yon deir io. be welk - The. Pill, taking .
according Ha the., ; printed t instructions, .wijl v
quickly produce a healthy action in boirj
ItyeratKCstornachj auJ as, a natural conse
quence. a clea( head and' gooi ap'pedte. ' '
WEAIvN Esi . OR TJEBfLITY 1 NDUCE D1
. , ..atovER fatigue:" . -
'Will poorr d'tsappear. by; ifie use. of lb
invatnaoie pi)lsand.it soldier. will quick
ly a.-qurre,ladditjoua) t,treotn .- ..Never , let
the bowels., bn ;tl-r cotifiued or unduly
i acted upon.' . Jt mav set.n),sUat7ue that Hof- '
low ay's Pills .should be recommended for
ft.. I r I - - "
wyseniary ari-t riux, many. persons uppo-
'hey wouui lucrea-e ibe relaxa-"
,n:' a great rrnsiake, lor these.
I ill- Mill corrtct Ihe Inei and stoma. Il
and ihtis remote all the aend humors' from'
the steri.. Tt;is ne.itcitie will give lot.?'
and vigor to the whnle organic ss'em how
ever deranged, while health', an i' rtreiigtli.
Itdlow as a matter of course. Nothing, will
slop the relaxation of iLe bowels so s0ie
lln-famous medicine. '
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION ! IN DIS
CRETION OF YOUIH.
Sore ar.d Ulcers, Blotches and Swellii'g
can with certHinty te radically cured if fbi
piil are ifken night and morning and itte
Oinimeni be freely ued as sated iu I'm
prin'ed iti-tructiotts Iftrea'ed in any oth
er mn'irier they dry op in one part lo break
out in another. Wnera this Ointment
will remove ihe humors from the system
and leave the Patient a vigorous and heal
thy man. It will require a little per-ete-rance
in bad caes io insure a lasting core.
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCAS10NKH
BY THE BAYONET, SABRE OR THE
BULLET, SORES OR BRUISES.
To which every Soldier and Sailor arc li
able, there are no medicines so safe, iore.
and convenient a Hollo ay's Pills aid
Ointment. The poor wounded and alinn-t
dving sufferer might have hi wound-
dres-ed immediately, it he would only pu
vide him-ell wiih tni matchless Ointineni
which should be ihru-l into the uoi.ti.t
and smeared all round il. then covered ui tt
a piece of linen ftotn his knapsack at d
compressed with a handkercheif. Taking
night and morning 6 or 8 pt!l, to cool t1
ss'em and prevent inilamation.
Every Sol. Iter's Knap-ack and Sea.tat'
Chet slouU be provided wiih these valua
CAUTION ! Nor.e are ppnnine nnle-
t?e word ''H'dloway, New York and Lon
don are d iscernable a a Water-matk i'i
every leaf of the bonk of directions aroii" 1
each pot or box : ihe same may be plnn.iv
seen bv hol.'ing the leaf to the light. A
handsorre reward will tie given to ay one
rendering such information as may lead i t
the ileteetion ol any party or parties ci'tm
teritn:g the medicine m vendiiig i: o.
same, knowing ihem to be spurion.
SnId at th Manufactory of Professor
Hol.owa, 80 Maiden Lane, New Yo.k,ai. 1
by a!l raspp.-able Druggist and Dealers i-i
.iledicine, throughout t'ie civilized world
in boxea-t twenty five cents, sixty two
fen's aril one doll-.r t i-h.
"TV There i consi derabl'sav'g by la
king the larger sizes
N B Directions for ti e guidance rf pa
tients in every disorder are affixed to each
April 9th IS62. ly.
ill A R I SOX H3l i:,
(OF JERSEY I'O WN, PA)
7 "HE std'-crier would respectfully rp
pre his Iriends and the public gener
ally, thai he has e-iablisheJ the
i.i J-rseytown, Columbia county. Pa. Tlin
above house has lately been refilled and
undergone a thorough repairing by the pro
prietor. He is fully prepared to entertain
me travelling cu-'om a welt a the local
with general sati-lactioti. Hi TABLE and
1 BAU,are well supplied am? wid be careful
ly superintended. And tits slit bur. is am
ply and well storked, in charge ol careful
grooms, will always be properly attended.
CF" He in iiee a share of the public cu
tom, and pledges his best r rlorl. to help
hiuesls (eel at hnm.
SAMUEL RIM BY.
Jerseytown. Jan l.8G2.
WIIL Tins t ra a lJiifrt?
Jtf BK ULU T
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
AND FRIDAY, SKIT. 2d 3d, 4th & b h-t
Arrnngements ttave beer made m secnte
tl u riues' as-emMaeof imported, bloruled
amt native bre I hor-es, ihat has ever been
collected in 'his coun'ry.
IV The List of rrmiums will be large,
ranging as nign as 200.
Liberal arraiigeinenis will be made with
ihe different railroad companies.
Wilhamspott sbua'ed i:i lae magnificent
valley of ihe Si'sqnehanna, and accessibli
by Railroad Irom all parts of Hie U. States,
is eminently well suited for this exhibition.
Fuller particulars will shortly be given.
Managers D. K. Jac kman. P. Herdie,
Edward Lyon, J. N. Bag. Henry Drinker,
G F. Msou, Col. S. G. Hathway, J. H.
Cowilen, Wm. Colder.
A E. KNAPP. Pre 'i.
W. F. Logan. Chiel Mar-hall; H. E- Tay
lor, Trea-urer: George M. DePui, Sec'y.
June 25, 1862.
Ayefs Cathartic Pills.