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TIIIXGS AOBCT TOWN & CCWTRY.
ntaozi ssuiiG, pa.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1864.
, Tux Hal of defers, in Columbia Coanty,
will be esea ia this wee;s Stah. -
Ses Real . Estate of late Alcm Mabr,
dece'd, advertised for sale in another col
Ana. ;. :
Col. Ekt vp wounded ia the hand," in
"4 on of the late battles before Richmond.
; Hvi on bis way borne withlris Regln?nt,
i a consequence of the expiration bf their
term of enlistment. . . ' .
Tas MxaiBEkS belonging U the klsthb
Jlst Episcopal Cbnrch, of Catawisa,'inlerjd
' baring a Festival oa the 4ih of Jttljla that
place, for the-parpoJa of raising money 'to
meet a debt upon the paxsoag'e.
. - Tut tikUzs of alt tbe Drafted men In this
.- county, men who were drafted at Troy lat
Friday, are published, in this paper. Tbe
draft took placs rather suddta and caex
peeied for taany.
' Ox Monday cftsrnqon'l&st a fir.a t bower
passed over this vicinify. It continued to
raia bard forVbouf otie hour, changing our
streets into creeks for a time.
. , . i ,. .
Wc'leam it at Capt. Waters, of Uie'lron
Goardswas lately wo on tied la the ' lfg,' al
though not seriously.
' Thk Gruss Chop. The !aie"soaking rains
have bad a wonder'.-! efTdcl cpon tbe grow
ifig grassland should nohing happen to the
cropobr farmer w?H f nrs an immense
yield of superior bay : The grain fields also
look favorable. 1 '
T Comraiss'ior.er of tbe Draft baa fixed
the report day on die 231 inst , at this place,
jYsiead of at Trot. We understand that
the - Crafted, men of Montour count) are
-summoned to report at this place ahso.
Tbi Is ranch better than "iragiog Vho men
'tep into'Bradford county. .
4 ScfrcHiNO FKO.M'llnittjM si ism. --We reiret
to stJte i bat Hon. M. E. JacksonVi lying ill,
'a! bis residence in cor Borough. 'He Las
" taeb sttverfiy htilicied wiib rheoma'titro for
several wefls'past. with very Utile improve
tirii"iri ' bis condition. Berulci Gdzeltc.
'THrLca Uglt of the Republican has
rne to the'Babimore Convention, to heTp
'poi3inate'0i.D .Ass. Pue Shoddy ites. will
'U be thfr in fail force and vigor." Old
'yAbe ar.d ;Fretriont for it ; both trying to
'claiza lis toppctt of the u'dicala.
m Tji B'tpublkan g-oa.ts ofvrtfce idea that
hefSouldier's rote tb,is Fall is fgoog to be
'quite an acqaisiucn io the Abolition major
ity. TLo Soldiers who return home this
Fall, io consequence of their time being op,
viU not rota as .many expect they rnightif
' they yet fe'rasined in ihe service. They
will not be sekctsi and furioughed home for
1hejporpoe ofasting-s an Abolition vote,
as they were Fall, when SrinTOii boast
ed that be bad sent Cur in 30 CC3 rotes!. .
.Tiie AYiiTHia. Tbe . fickleness of.bur
spring weather as never mere remarka
bly exemplified than in the suddenness with
'which snnsbine and ohowers bs succeeded
'each other of late. Storm chases storm
across the sky, with delicious intervals of
sunshine. The sweet relreshing 6b'3wer,
which no grnally.beneSi v eRelat'ohV jjome
and depart 'if:i a suddenness that is extra
Saidinary even in oar changeful climate.
; Hcst'of oor readers 'who have friend
in the afmy should not forget to write .let
lers and send newspapers to, our esHant
fio Inters. They are always longing to bear
j ew from bom?, and a let;er, pr newspa-.j-er
tbeir borne newspaper, especially
i ever most welcome victor. Jost now
, - -
"ibete are hundreds of onr braVe boys f'ros-
tr ijetl cn beds ot pain, ia the hospitals at
Washington, Afexandrfa, .Pb'iladelpbia and
elfiwb-re. io whom, ibe time passes weari-lyifetjo-
would Jind great solars ia their
horse newspaper.' . .. .
' r-'-ri ? r " ' '
' ELCca Bcbh rTpne of onr exchange news.
apers says insects never touch the elder
o'b.. Tbe leaves of the elder, scattered
Vver cocarabers,.catbages, Muashest and
,b;her pUrrs satject to tha ravages, of in
secu, tTec:oa!!y ehjelJ lhems Tbe pjomb
ai other froi.ls may be saved by placing
'CD tbe branches and through them, benches
of e!dr leaves. It is said that aunts will
not .corriB about where elder leaves are
icai:srcxl. This ia easily tried, and if sac
csssfj!, df great importance. .
Case ot Drowsing.. An Interesting little
girl aged about four years ; daughter of
exthct. .Tbis is i. sad, sQictioa ti tbs
Sarent it being til dnly LChids-iDniille
The growing crops oj wbeat and rye are
- said to be ' more promising thronshoat the
country 4ban was anticipate d. The grass
crop, soon ready to cut, is unusually. heavy
and iLe promise of i:s -abundance has. aJ
tfidy Urougtit down the price of bay con--hiderably.
The yceng corn and oats look
. and promise well also. Tbe fruit crop was
noisr ecre .promising at this season.' In
fact tbe labors st tbe hnsbandmart seem to
fs tncssally blessed this . year, and tbo
country never looked mere beautiful.
GcNKSAt Dun of the Republican tries to
edi.r7 his reaJers in bis lat.on Geaeralship,
aa J talk3 a good dud about a ''base." As
much as be bai said about a 'base,'J the
cne 6;Iacted by McClellaa seems to suit
Gsn. Gract verr well- In fact Grant has
:ca'ia f,irrtx Mac's judgsmecj.
r that Gr?rf worried tiaaej, J
- all know
deal to ret tbrocb lb Wilderness
ss tHjsattt ta JlcCJellsa "tase'f epa?a
lie'M. f?3 w.Ri t'crcod ta this ; ha cocld act
"'ilc'd darbi t.ne, irit toot su.,sam-
r. Jzii. ciaags hti .;;s," tid.
rir.T c:3, ens cl.sa: i tj cae cf tba
John Bryant of this place fell into (ha canal
yesterday, about ii oxlc'c, and before tbe
body ccold be rescued, life jiaa become
band, and for sate, a'-1
Conr.Injtioa of tbd Uuiiei States," aad of
J tbe "Stats . of Pejinsylrania ta various
styles, at prices'to suit ; also, sundry other
cemocratic to'oks. documents, and speech
esj together with legal, note and cap v pa-
- per, pens, it k and enrelopes of all sizes
( and styles , us well as theological," poetical,
Historical and miscellaneous books, cheap.
. Mmc Dcusrest'l Illustrated' News pf Sal
orday last, contains quite ao! array of mili
tary talent. Ort tbefirt page is the likeness
of Bixjamiw F. BofiBRj whom- the Aboli
tionists admire above their God, and else
where, in the paper, will be seen , the pic-
turei oi Genefala'GaANT, MtADB. and others.
This number is highly illustrated. ' ; Price
54 OO'per j oar.-; t, ' ' . y
- Stantos telegraphed all ore? the country,
two weeks ago, that General ; Duller held
tbe key to Ricbmood. Cut.owing to Bai
ler's obliquity of Tision, 'we snppose he
seems to have been so nnsuccessfuT in
bomipg for the key Ace,hat be has turned
entirely toand,' and made tracks in an op
posUe directions from tbe "rebel" city.
It appears that Henry Ward Beecber and
other.jlepnt'lican Iriends of the nice young
man, Joseph Howatd.are orging xtpon Gen.
Dix tbe propriety of releaeing Howard," on
the grontid thai be was led into the forgery
of tbe proclamation by others.
AN,Y widow or parent, or -orphan, ' or
brotheror sister, of any soldier, sailor, or
Marine, killed, or who has died in the ser
vice of tbe (J. States, m bo desires ninety-six
dollars (J96).8,,, year Pension, Irora ono
hundred to elersa hundred and ninety-five
($11953 cash bounty, and all the arrears of
pa due him, should call at once or write
to JOSEPH E. DEVITT & COMPAiW, No.
427 WALNUT ST., THE MILITARY &
N A V A L AG E N C Y, PHILADELPHIA.
(.,Ais6, State, Pay, County, City, Ward or
other Bounty, &c, if there is any due.
Apply either in person oi by letter.
U. Si0?40 B0.DS.
Tbfe fepnds are issued ' under the Act
of uouress of March 8th, 1864, which
provides that all Bonds issued oeder this
'Act shall be EXEMPT. FROM TAXATION
by or, unOfir any state or municipal author
ity. Subscriptions to these Bonds .are re
ceived in 'United States notes or notes of
National B-nks. They. . are tTO . BE RE
DEEMED IN. COIN, at the pleasure of tbe
Govcrnrtent, at any period not less than
ten nor more than forty "years from their
da:e, and uo'il their redemption FIVE
PER CENT. INTEREST WILL BE PAID
IN CdlN, on Bonds of not over one bun
,dred dollars annually nnd, on all. other
Bonds semi-annually. The interest is pay
able on the first days of March and Sep
tember in each year. .
Subscribers will receive either Regis
tered or "Coupon Bonds, as they may pre
fer. Registered Bonds are recorded on he
books of the U. S- Treasurer, and can be
transferred only 'ba the owner's, order
Coupon .Bonds are payable to bearer, acd
are more convenient for commercial uses.
Subscribers to lhisloah will . hate tbe
option of having their Bonds draw inter est
ftpui March 1st, by paying the accrnei in
tersstin coin for in United .States notes,
cr the notes of National Baik?, adding fif
ty per cent, fur premium, or receive them
drawing interest from the date of subscrip
tion and deposit.- As ibese Bonds are .?
Lxeirpt from Municipal or State
v t. TaiatioD,
their value :s Increased from one to three
per cent- per annum, according to Ihe rate
ot tax levies in various parts of tha coon-
.- . t . . . ., ,.
.. At the present rate of premium on gold
ibey pay - .. j vr.
OVER EIGHT PER CENT INTEREST
in currency, and are ot equal convenience
a a permacent or terrporary investment.
It & believedthat no securities ofler so
great inducements to lenders as the various
deiKMiptions of U S. Bonds. In ail other
"forms of indebtedness, the faith or ability
of private parties or elocL companies or
separate communities only. is pledged for
payment, while for tbe. debts cf.the United
Spates the vrbo'.o property, of tbe country
is boiden to secure the payment of botb
principal and interest in coin. . . L,
These 3cnds.jnav be subscrileJ foi in
sumsujm S30 np to. any magnitude, on
tbe same ierms,and are thus made equally
available to the smajlt.fl lender and lEe
largest capitalist. , They can be converted
into money at any moment, and the bolder
will have I be. benefit of the interest. k
. .It may be nseful.to Etate ia tbis connec
tion that ibe total Fande4 Debt of the
United Slates on. which interest is payible
in gold, on tbe 3d day of March., 1834, was
S761,965,CC0. Tbe interest oq this debt
for the comics; fiscal year will be $45,937-'
126, while the cDetoma rvence in old
fpl the ccrrent fiscal year, epdirg June
30th, 1864; has been so far at tbe rate of
over 8100,000.000 per annum. ., : , ,
It will be seen that even tbe present
gold re jenues of the Gorernment are large
ly in excess of tbe wants ot thejreaiary
for the payment of gold interest, while the
recent increase of tbe tariff will doubtless
raise the annq al receipts from customs on
the same ampant of importations, to S150,
OCO.,009 per anaam. : j -
Instructions to jhe National Banks act
ing as Joan agents were, not issued from
the United State Treasury until March 26,
but in the first three weeks of April the
subscriptions averaged more tbid TEN
MILLIONS A WEEK?. ;
Sabscriptions will be rece.ived'.by' all
which are depositaries of publid money,
RESPECTA BLE BANKS AND BANKERS
tbroughont tbe coonirr, (acting, as sgsats.
cf fee National, Deposiury ; Bank,) Ocfi
furnish' fc'rtber information otx application
afford; iYESY facilitt id str
scrisehs. v-;-' - -
i , beerta constantly on. ban
The campaign of Northern" Virginia ter
minated with ihfj.passaga of'the Pamunkey,
which transferred thrf'Federal army to the
Peninsula. .'Thaj army, is; in ItsVpresent po
sition aot from the successful execution . of
tbe original design,' bat from r Ibe adoption
of a new plan, which was adapted tto the
events aad emergencies developed by the
campaign. : The former failed cot alone in
the discomfitur? of ' Geneals Butler and
Sigel, but even' the. maia . army has been
forced to diverge Irora the'.me on which its
commander', 'proposed to fight it out, if ii
look all, Summer.",, General Lea's army
was so strongly posted between the North
and the South 'Anna thrt an assault, it was
though, would' prove disastrous. So, the
Federal General, with belter judgment jlhan
he. used at Spoitsylvania, prudently with
drew from General Lee's front and cnadt
tbe only' othe'movenient possible for' him
to make., 'This carried him across, ile Pa
marikey , and the Peninsula, therefore, Is
now tbe grand field of operations. ..
It is the opinion of able rniiiury men in
thp north, that the Confederate Capital can
be successfully assailed on this Hue, but a
different opinion is eiiteUined by the Con
federates, who claim that it can be success
fully defended from any or all directions.
This confidence, however, may be based on
hope a welfas pa Jhe elabotato and atrag
fortifida'.iops wbtcb eaviroa that city. 3ut
th3 faa of Richmond wiii probably be de
eded by the ueld operations of armies io
its front, and not by siege., . (
'General Grant's army at present menaces
il from the northeast, but bis .maneuvers to
effect a junction with the main army of Gen.
Butler is likely to' piace his army precisely
on the line which was held by Geueral Mc
Clellaa two years ago. The opposing ar
mies relatively, in numbers, are now 'as
they were in the first Peninsula campaign.
General Lee bad then less thaii'sixtv tho'us
eneral McClellan pearly one. hun
dred thousand men. General Grant, it ia
said, command. upward . of Two hondred
thousand, while General Lee hias from one
huudred.lo one hundred and twenty thous
and. The advantage in position of the Con
federates, of course neutralize tbe prepon
derance of the Federal force to a very con'
siderable extent. Admonished by the non
fulfillment of the prophecies of .the astute
Mr. Seward, and the somewhat premature
announcement of General Grant ' at Spotj-
.sylrania, thai bo believed, that the rebels
bad found the last ditch,, we .will not .pre
dict results, bpi will record them when ihey
How his Uxioa is to bc Rkstored The
New Orleans corre-poiulent 'of the New
York Tribune thus sties an unpalatable
truth'; , ,4v t
"If our friends at tha north cbobss to
amuse. themselves with the idea that Louis
iana is reclaimed and again loyal, we ought
not to complain of so cheap an entertain
ment. In truth, under the mild sway of
Governor Hahn, who was elected by sev
eral thousand 'majorilt, there is so much of
Louisiana in ibe Union as is. covered by
our pickets.. Outside of Aew Orleans, no
Union officer or citizen can rids alone in
safety two miles by the Mississippi, except
were our organized soldiery move." :
That is the way War will restore the Uuion.
Fice a 'Humbug ! . ..
MATfilMONIAL. Il you wish to marry
address the undersigned, who will send yon
"without money and,. without price," valu
able information that ivill enable, yo'j ta
marry happy jnd speedily, no matter .npw
old bow ugly or bow, poor. This Is a relia
ble affair The information will cost oa
nothing; arid if you wish to marry, I will
cheerfully assist you. All letters strictly
confidential. The desired information sent
by return-, mail, and no qoeption asked.
Address, SARAH B.. LAMBEfl.r,
Grjenpoint, Kings co. N. Y.
June 1, 1864. 4w.
CANDIDATE FOfi SJJCH1FF.
jTJHARLES H, HESS, of Mifflin township,
are authorized io announce, will be
a candidate for the office of SHFUUrF of
Columbia County, at the approaching ien
etal election, subject to the decision of the
Colombia couniv demort'ic convention.
Mirtlj, June 1, 1864. $2 pd.
. . ; IGISjLATIYE. ,
7b the Democratic Electors of Columbia eour.tii
FiutNOs asp Fellow Citizens : The
indersrued, acknowledging with gratitude
pat evidences ,of yonr generous confi
deiic'e,.wcuid repec:lully announce 'r that
at the snlicitation of many valued. Demo
crat, he-will be a Candicfaie for tbe LEG
ISLATURE in the. District composed of the
coontieStpf Columbia and Montour, at the
ensuing General . Ejection, in accordance
with tho usages ofthe District Electors, and
being governed alone by the decision of
thi?, Columbia County Demn.Tr.itii Con
vention. . LEVI L. TATE.
iiloomsborg, Mav IS, 1864. 2. pd.
Candidate for Assesuy.
At the solicitation of many friends," 1
would announce to. the voters of Coinmtia
Coonty. thai I will be a candidate for
ASSEMBLY, at the approaching general
election, sobject to the decision of Ihe Co
lumbia county Democratic Convention
' ' Wm. H. JACOBY.
Bloo-nsburg, May II, 1864.
MARTIN AAMMERMAN, of Fishing
creek township, we, are authorized to
annotfncewill be a candidate-lor the office
of SHERIFF, at tbe approaching General
Election, subject to ihe decision of ihe Co
lumbia county Democratic convention.
May 4, 1864. 52.. pd. -
Candidate for SlicrifC
J AMUEL SNYDER, bf Mifiiin township,
53 we are antherized to i anbopiice, will be
a candidate for SHERIFF.jit the approach
ing General .Election subject to tba decis
ion of the Coluaibiaf county Demociatic
Convention. May 4, 1864. 82-tPd.
CANDIDATE FQH COJUMrsSiONEir.
We ate authorized to annocrnce thai Alle
Mam, of Beaver twp., Colba-bia county,
thtouh tbe solicitation of bis Democratic
friend, has heeft-induced ;: biTer himself
as afa'sdidate for' Cputt Co.ifMtsaiosiB,
at tba spproacbisg generaj-.elsction, sdIk
ject to kbe decisioo of the Democratic
. Count v Convention. '
reTtr,::y 5, 18S4. 2.d;
. MARRIED. . - . . f
: In Bloomshurgrfdn the S.U-olU by.' Rev.
J. U. Dirum, Mr, Abnkr W, kQmbica and
J1 Mis Mai;i Frt", all of thi piaci.
On the 28th of April, 1864, by rtev. i. vv.
Cornelius. Beldin SneMce. f jLuMme coon-
ly, Penna., Captain IstdPennevlvania ArtiU
lery, ann varouae . vyincian, ui auii,
Motitonr county. . V'- ' ' -
In Greenwocd-townshiP. Columbia coun
ty, on Wednesday las'- Mr. Jas. Daaorr,
of consnmpiion, aged about' 33 years.
In Holtenbackoatbe.;h.,of April, .of
diptberia, Eliza Ann, daughter of Jacob and
Sally Ann Hess, eged 8 years, 5 months
and 14 days. v, r- . '
In Berwick, on Monday May 2Slh Ash el
DicxtHfCS1, ajjed aboat 46 year.
'Death removed fror;the familv circle,
cn the.a6ihof May, lb fit,: ia MiflTnivil'e,
Culumtia county, Ta , litile.;P,TTi'. C,.
daughter o PrD. H. and A,; B-iMoNtooM-sit,
aged 7 years 2. months add 20 days.
. . - OBITUARY .
Petueithoo was'i.miM aad lovely,
. Gentle as ihe summer breeze,
rieasant a the air of evening
Whert it floats ampiig the trees.
Death has claimed our little P;iie,
,: Set bis seal upo. her brow ; v
And her eye that shone o briabtly,
Shije.jLn heaTtt w.Uh Jesus now. .
Dearest Pettie thou, hast left as,
i Here Ihy lues we deeply feel,
But His God that bath bereft us,
lie can all pur sorrow heal.
' Peu:e, our dear and loved one,-
Thou art ever free from' pain ;.
Tie angals called theeJcets welcomed,
- Farewell,- ws shll meet aaain.
TVOTICE is givea- th.t the members of
tbe M.'E. Qnurch of Callawiaa, de
sign hcldmg FESTIVAL, ai their Church,
on the 4tb of July next ; (he proceed i to s,o
towards paying oil a debt ablest th Par.
,fco:tage. DiNNtaj, SuprcR", Ick Ckeam, &c,
.will be served up on the occai&on. Also,
aa address will be delivered.
June 8, 1864.
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VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Or
phans' Court of Columbia Count, on
Saturday, the second day of July next, at
10 o'clock it) tha forenoon j 'Peter Ent ad
mifiistrator of Alem Marr, late of Scott
lpwushin,in said county deceased, will
expose. to ale by Public Vendue, oa the
premises.-a certain . -
? TRACT OF LAND, :
Sitnate in Scott township, in said Cf?
cannty, beginning at tha north corner aoi
of Celeb Barton's farm, being on the ,TA -T
nonti line of Purpart No. ) an(? Jying East
of Caleb Barton and Elias Krurc, and aJ
joining John Robinson or the soinh,. and
Harmon Kline and Jacob Keller on ihe east,
and containing ..-.;
and ,twcn: perches, strict mafeiire. Late
the E.-tate of said deceased, 6itca'e in the
township of Scoll. and county aforesaid.
r, Jesse CoLniiN, Clerk. ,
TERM?. One fourth of the purchase
money, io be. paid on confirmation of sale,
and balance in ope year from confirmation
with interest from confirmation, bv Court.
, , r . PETE RENT, AJat'r
Elooinsbcrg, June 8, 1564.;
JYcto Sidch bj Clothing.
Spring and Summer floods.
1 NV1I ES at entirn to hia stoctt oT,, cheap
and lashjonable Clothiae at his Store, on
ALMS' STREET. 'JSL003ISB URG,
two door's above the JlmtricaiX House,
where he ha jrt rcrcived from New Vers
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
ITScn and ISoy's Clothing',
including the mai fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODScotisistiiig of
Box, A'ccJt, Frock, Gum end Oil Cloth
Coaii, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished ru's alceaHy Ht-t .?:?ck pf Fall
and Winter Shawl; striped, figured and
p'airi Veis,.uirts, ctarats, slocki-, collarf,
hni Jkarchiels, gloves, snspcders and fancy
article., i- , -' ,.-.. ... ..
H.U He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assorfment.of C'o'b" and
Veaiings, which he is prepared to make np
;q order, into. any k,iod of clothing on very
shqri notice and in the best of manner.
. A" bis clothing is made to wear and most
of ii i of.home manufacture.
. A N J)
OI every. Description Fine and Cheap.
His Caee of Jewelry is not surpassed in ife4S
place. Call .aad examine his general as-,
soriment of Ulothirrg, Watches, Jevc!:y,
ice. kc. . DAVID LOW EN BERG.
Bloomsborg, April 20, 1864..
:JVE W GOODS!
RE VOL UtlON iy 111 Gil PRICES
NEW ARRIVAL OF, ,
AT PETER ENTS STORE IN".
LIGHT STREETi COL. CO.
i ; ' ' - ' . .-, i-
HAS just received from the eastern cities
and is now opening at the old staBd
a splendid assortmerit of. .,.
which will be sold cheap f"or t , , : ,
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE I
His slock consists of Ladies Dress doods,
choicest styles and latest fashions
, - i,. '. ; , HOSIERY
SlLttS, SHAWLS, CARPETS, &C.
Kcady-Made Clothing, ,
; .. .. CASSIMERES.
THltEAD, &C. ? j f
uardw,are. - .
i , ; 1' ' DRUGS,
COOTS AND SHOES, DATS and CAPS,
in abort everything usually kept ia a
The patronage of his old .fwenl, and
ihe public generally, is respectfully so
licited. ' - ' ; ' : '.
The highest market price palf for coon
try produce. FETER EKTv
Light Street, May 1,1864.
ThcnirbK PurGhajiCi' Always
Select Cash Houses !
fir my 'of the JPoiomac,
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
' IS'MAlilNG' PREPARATIONS
CArTURE OF RICHMOND, VA.,
AND END THE REBELLION,
' : i . '
Lloyil T. Sharpless
IS SIIOV.'INaTliE SUPERIORITY
CA S M
THAN CAN BE BOUGHT
IE Hj S IS W 311 IS ffi'iS'j
GETTING GOODS CONSTANTLY
i '" ... ; ! '
FROM THE EASTERN CITIES,
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA,
1XD I S
TJlSPdSING OF THEM RAPIDLY
at extremely low
Jit 20cri. 23cj. 25c. ZQcts. and 27cts.
Brotcnanrl Bleached, at 20, 22, 24. 28,
32, 34, 38, 42, and SOcfa.
Alonaccas Lm!re9, DeLalies, Cha!list
Sugnrt, Syrups, Coffee, Kent s, East
India ChJF-C at 25cls, a svperi
cr article highly recom
By the i and III. at 12, 14 and 16
The "Largest Lot of Queens
ware Ever brought to
COMMON .V GRANITE WARE,
which tvillb'e sold at LOW PRlCEs!
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, Uoop Skirts.
BRADLEY'S KEIF HOOP
The Duplex, Eliptic Spring Steel Skeleton
so well known among live Fir Sex
Jur beauty and durability.
Moots $ Shoes !
' : ' '
, In endless variety for men and vromen,
and children.--Gaiters of all kinds.
Balmoral, Side, Lace and Congress double
and single soled.
. The Celebrated. Gutta Per'ch'a Soled
Skoeafor Women and Children.
Gents French $ American Calf Boots
and Balmorals- Gents Ltce boots from
t CO to $4.00.
CASH Paid for Hotter and
JLard. tSrain and other
Produce taken iu
-k . - t . - '
Buying find Selling for Cash le ispre
pared to sell Goods on Lower
Profits than tehen doing
a Credit Business
CALL AND EXAMINE THE GOODS,'
Elotmsburg, April Z0, 18642m.
&S-l'Tr i-r, ioct. lf.j
GROVER 8c BAKER'S
- "ffLrBRATrD EI.A8TIO STITCH
SKWIWCJ Hl.lCIIIIVK? '
Were awarded the highest Premiums over
all Competitors, at the following State
nnd County Fair? of 1863. .
NEW YORK STATE FAIR.
First Preiniiim for family Machine.
FirM Premium for Manufaeiuring Machine
Fir't Premium for Machine Work
INDIANA STATE FAIR.
Firt Premium for Machine for all purposes
Firet Premium for Machine Work
VERMONT STATE FAIR.
Fir.t Premium for. Family Machine. ' "
FirM Premium for Manufacturing Ma chins
Firi Premium for Machine Work
OHIO STATE i FAIR. A ?.
First Premium for Machine Work
IOWA STATE FAIK.
First Premium for -Family Machine
First Pre mi am for.Mannractutin eMachine
Firt Premium for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE EAIR. f '
First Premium for Machine for all purposes
Firrt Prem ium fof Alichine Work
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
Frsf Premium for Marhine for all purposes
Frisl Premium Lor Mar-hint Work,
M1CA1GAN STATE FAIR, f -
First Prmm' forMaiiufacluring Machine
F:rH Premium for Family Machine
First Premium' for Mn'chtrn Work
PF.NN'A STATE FAlti
Fiil Premium. forMnufactortng Machine
Frist Premium for Machine Work
First Premium for Family Machine
Firet Premioro for: Machine Work .
CHirrENDEN CO. Vt. AGR'L SOC.
rim Premium for Family Machine'.
First Premium for Manufacturing Macl ine
Firm Premium- for Machine Woik.
FRANKLIN CO N Y, FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine.
First Premiom for Manufacturing Machine
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Vi. AG'L SOC.
Firsi Premium for'Family Machine i
First Premium lor Manufacturing Machine
FirM Premium for'Machine Work
HAMPDEN COMaM AG'L. SOC.
Diploma for Family Machine.
Diploma for Machine Work.
WASHINGTON CO, N Y FAIR. -First
P.emmni for Family Machine
QUEENS CO N Y. FAIR ;
First Premium for Family Machine '
Firol Prenuum for Manufacturing Macbias
Firot Premium for Machine Work
SARATOGA CO N Y, FAIR. - ? ,
Firm Premium for Family Machina
MECHANICSMNSTirUTE Pa. FAIR."'
Firl Premium for Machine for all purposes
First Premium for Machine Work
GREENFIELD O, UNION FAIR.
First Premhjm for Family1 Machine
First Premium lor Machine Work.
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR. ;
Firsi Premiom for FMrrvly Machine
First Premium for Machine.
MONTGOMERY CO Pa , FAIR. '-'
Fi.st Premium for Machine fbr a!l purposss
Firt Premii:m lor Machine Work.
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cal TAIR. ' ''
First Premiom for Family Machine
Fiffct Psernium for 5lachine Wrrt.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT Cal FAIR. '
First Premium for Family Machine
Firet Premium for Machine Work-.- ' "
"?"The above comprises all ihe Fairs
at which ihe Crover & Baker Machines
were exhibited this year. v
Salcs-roomi', 433 oroadwny, New lork.
730 Chesttut St., Philadelphia.
March 23, 1864 ly. ,. '
Estate cf Samuel Adams, deceased.
1 ETTERS cf Administration on the es
ta'e of Sannel Adams, late of Locnot
township, Columbia county, deceased,
hrve been granted by the Register of said
ronrity, to1 Leonard Adams a4i Mayberry
Hughes, both; reiding in. the,. township
and lonnty aforesaid. All persons bavins,
claims ainit 'the estate df tbs decedent
are requested' to' presenrihern" for set lis
merit to the administrators, and those in
debted to ihe esrate will make payment to
them without delay. ,:''- . .
LEONARD ADAMS, 1
MA BERRY HUGHES
-i a a va ass
Locus! twp., April 20, 1864. 6w. ?2.
Administrator's IVoticc. .
Estate of Daniel ,S. McUcnry, dee'd.
LETTERS testamenury on the Estate of
Dani!,S. .Mrll.eniv. late ot Jackson
o'wnhlp, Columbia County, deceafeJ,
have been granted by the Register of said
cauniy, to Rohr Mcllenry. residing in the
township of: Benton, Columbia coonlj'.
All persons having claims againt-t the es
tate ot.ttt-e . decedent are requested to pre
sent them duly authenticated io ihe admin
istrator for. settlement at.d those indebted
to tbe estate are required to make payment
to him forthwith. ;
ROHR Mc HENRY, Adrrr.
Denton twp., April 20, ZZl. 6w. 82.
JYcio Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
rjpHE undersigned respectfully, informs
-- his friends and the public generally,
that be has just received from (be Eastern
Cities, a large, assortment of ,
Fresh from the seat of Fashion, of eH
sort?, sizes and quantities, which will be
sold cheap for cash or country produce.
W BOOTS AXD SUOES.g
iLr-. Together with a variety ot no
lions am! thins too troublesome to numer
ate, to which be invites the attention of pcr
chaer. . , . . .-
t. EST"; Ht is also prepared tn inaJte up
Clothing to vrder, on reasonable terms
and vp to the latest fashions. , '
QCail and examine our stork of eods.
. .. ANDREVy J. EVANS.
Bloomsborg, April 27, I8"d4. -
PHILADELPHIA, PA. :;,!
' DISEASES of irre NervooH, Seralual,
Urioary and Siual Systems nw ard Re
liable ireament in Reports of the. HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION Sent Cy mail i
sealed leiler' envelope free bf charae.
Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTOf,
Howard Association, No. 2 Saolh Ninth
Street Pb:iadeUphia4, Pa.
Dei. to, i8S ry.
'REABIiYG RAIL ROAD.
IREAT Trunk line from tha Nnr:h end,
North-west for Philadelphia,, -New--York,
Reading. Pcticille, Lebanon, Allea
town, Katon, &c. &c.
- 'Trains leave Hrribnrg for Philadelphia
New York, Reading, P 'tsy.illrt, nnd all in
termediaie Sta;ion's,'al 8 A.M. 'and 2 p. M.
"Nhw York Expren lee Hrrihdrs at
6. id a. k. auiving t New York at 1 45; the
same ilay. ' . .
Asperial accorrn fation "P issenge . tain .
leaves Rearitng at 7 15 A. M .and marna
from Harribuig ut P M..
Fares irom HarrisUurx : to New. York"
C5 15 ; to Philadelphia i3 35 and 2,80.-r-Bai?2-S'
ciiecked throosh. -.
Reiurnihi! leave New York at 6 A. M. l2
Noon, and V P. M. (riit-hnrah .Express,
arriving at Harrisburg at 2 A M.) Lea
Philade'phia ai 8. 15 A. M ami 3. 30 P M.
Sleeping rur in the New : York Express
Trains, through to and liurd P'ttsburgb
without chanse. ,
!' Passengers by the; "Catttwia Hail Road
leai-e Tiimq ia at:8 50 A M and 2. 10 P.
M. for Philadelphia, New York, and all
Trains leave Fottsvilie at 9. 15 A. M. and
2.. 30 P.M. for Philadelphia, Harrihburg
and New York.
An accomodation Pisen7er train leaves
Reading at 6. 00 A. M. and returns from
Philadelphia at 5. 00 P.M.
All.ihethe above, uains run daily,
A Sunday train leaves poitsville at 7.30
A. M. and Philadelphia al 3. i5 P. M.
Commutation, Mileaiz, Seaon and Ex
cursion Tickets, al reduced rales to,, and
from all points. '. '
80 Pounds Bag-ae allowed each Pas
. G. A. NICuLLS,
May 2, 1864
Lack a aud Lloomsburg Railroad. -
ON AND AFTEIi JAN
is. liet, PXS
RUN AS FOL-
SENGER TRAINS WILL
f4.20 P M
' 8 35
9 55 ' ' . .
Arrive at NorthM'
Leave' North 'd'
' Rnpert, "' '
8 00 A.
' 8 40
3 35 :
12 12 P
Arrive at S ranton, 12
Freight k Piisi.enger ieaves, C'oowsbarg,
10 15 AM ,
Pa.i-erger taking the Mail Train Sooth
cori'Ct with the Express train from Nor
thumberLnd, arriving' sit . llarrlsburg at
?. 30 A. M . Bhi.TiPre, 7,CC A. M. and at
Phil'a. at7,C5 A.M. Thei'Mair Train frotti
North'dj leaves ir.rne(Jiare1y after the Ex
press train Irom Harrisburg at and Balti
more, allowing Pa'sencers leaving Phila
delphia, at 10. 40 P. M." reach" points
on this road ilnring the nesl I'nrenoou. "
New and eleaunt 'Sleeping "cars accorrf
pany ihe night trains 'esch way betweea
Nor'humberland and Baltimore, and Nor-
ibumberland and rhilade!r-K'!l- ' ;
H:- A. FUNDA, SopU
J. C. Wells, Cen t Ticket Agtnt
Kingston, Feb. 3, ,864... . t. ;
Frlt Cln- l-'urm'-r's. MM;.tziue
1861, The Pennsylvania:. . 18GI.
I'ARMEtt &. WAKDENEK,
DEVCTCD TO -"
AGRICULTURE, HOR TICULTURE
AND RURAL AFFAIRS,
F.DITED AND PUBLISHED BY '
WILLI AM S. I0CNG.&C0.S
52 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia..
Ternii-. - One Dollar a year.
The Sitth Yolume commencen with Jan
uarv rtomber.' 5 '''.'
HAVING obtained the services of emi
nent and piaeiical Atiri!'ul:iiri!t, Horti.
lolturists. S'ock Breeders and Met keepers,
we conQdenily ofler trs current Volume at
one of tb be ever isrutd for ongintiiiy,
'prarttcal thoucht and lelidDie lulormation,
Feb. 24. 164- ,
OMNIBUS LINE. "
rjtHE undTijjnd would respectfully aft
tiounce to it-.e citizens of Bloorobcrg,
and the putdlr generally, that he is running
. ....... t . t . . .bkv J
DCleeii tins anil TTyiZVJSM
the different R-.;! Road dsSfeJSoC
Depot?, daily, (Sundays excepted to con
nect witn ihe seypr! ; Trains coing Sontli
and West on the Caiv?1ssa & Wiliiamsport
Rail Road, an; I. w!:W-th c.e going North and
Son. tA the Lack." uc Bloomshnrsf Road.
His OMNIBUSES rre;in uornl condition,
conrrr?di'3aa and c'cirfcnable. and charges
reasonable. Persons wishing to nwt
or see I heir f.ienrt depart, can be accom-
! moiiatsa, uporr re?o:iat.:e rhar3e, by ieav
ins timely noi'we at anv of the Hotels.
' ;'JAC0H L GIRTON. Prcprietor.
Bloorn.borg, April 27, 1864.
' ' AmiXISTRATOU'StXOTICl
Ezli'e cf Juaiei it. UJ-m, tj Gteeuieoodtwp.,.
' . Columbia County, dee'd.
TVOTICE is hereby given tnat letters of
Admin iytration on the estate of Jarni
B. Gibson, of Gfenwiwl township, Colom
bia cj:;tyf riee'ed, hv been graded by
the Register of ftiu! coi-ir.y, to Abraham
Yonn, Eq., resi,f.i4 in Ben on tewnsbij',
and county a?ve0.tiJ. All persons having
claims. aaamM Ihe estata c.t it decedea
sire r3qne.Med ia prrent them for seule
men!, and (hose indebted to ibo eMaie tll
make irnmadia'e nn naeni.' - .'
AtiliMlAil YOUNG. Admr.
' Perton iwp.. April 13, 1864 2. i
LETTERS of ad tnisistration on the e
tele i'i Su-n Harp, late Susan Peier--nian,
Suuarloaf towuhip. Cdu .Trbia caaii
iv, decease.1, hav been graced by 103
Reifter of said coon'y.to Abrhm Youn-jj
wtio resides in Beiito la-A'.Eb' ("oI:inibi
eounty. AU ps rsoo bavins. cbir" or de
mands, against te wn:e of tif t'ecedm
are roq;ieaed io jre.-e:!t hcrc '0 the on
deriined for SMtlement stnd "aosr4hdefci
ed io the eMate ars.. required :j pake iui
meJia;5 l-cy ment, is I k ,
Beninn. V.jv 1 inr.t. fit i K . K
XOrTcp TO THE TAX COLLECTORS:
TVOTICE is erev ui"- lo'iff Olleelors
Aof Staie,' Cfui.v,-' d: Pi: Tax. aftd
Mil.tia jpiaef, 1 M npmtl Dulicatee -tut
1863 and pr.-rloas eais.' ihai Uiey are
st'ictly required to srt!.e atH par tf lb
Coaoty Trte.cUlt"!,:!! 'iaturdaV lhT 2?tt of
Iilay ir.st , or; for Ifieir irawi'liats?
cntiertioti will be plt--f in ibe bands of
iheSbena. U ,
T. t VANDERSUCE,
KodaisBurj, My 18, IMl ,