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STAli OF THE NORTH
"THINGS ABOUT TOWN & TOOTRY.
.WEDNESDAY. 'MARCH 1.1865.
. Pbesiuekt Lincoln ha issued a procla
"nation cal'ing an extra Session of the Uni
"tecV States Senate, to be convened oa the
flooriliof March.at iwe'w o'clock.
W a n t r d. T w o hundred horses, for Cav
"tilry service, from fifteen to sixteen hand
fhigh and from' fie to six year old.
-Apply to Jacob Diehl, Bloomsburg;, Pa.
I The Confederate House of Rpres?ntatives
Rafted the Negro Soldier Bill, and it is pos
aible the Senate will pass it in a few days.
. . . . l . m m
Kentucky stiff standi firmly by the Un
ion and the old Constitution. On the 22d
iay of Feoroary, 1865, a vote was taken on
the ratification of the Constitutional .Intend
ment." The Senate rejected the amend
ment, by nine majority.
-Ti r i !d
- about nuy 01 our cguuus p..... ....
tiJ nla- on Mondav last, to tin to llarns-
burg to Jake the bounty offered by some
place not specified, and rolonteer lor one
"year. They were recruited by Capt. Jones
Mccn energy is used in endeavoring to
procure sufficient snb-criptions to offer a
bounty of lour hundred and fitly dollars, to
".olanters, to fiil oar quota under the 300.000
.Di.-cu.tino The efforts of a certain in
dividual in ihts place endeavoring to sell bis
on lor a substitute lasr week. For shame,
you toothless and loyal" patriot.
Salakt Raised. At a
School Directors of this c
one day last week at the Court House, it
was decided to raise the salary of Mr. Wm.
Batter, the County Snpeririiendent of Com.
tnon Schools, from $5t)0 to. S700 Danville
A itw post offire is established at Ce:i-
'irilia, Columbia county, . Peuna , and I
-Jonathan J. Hoagland appointed psstmas
T Lis office ) on ihe route No. 2729,
Asl.latid, Pa., to Catawissa, and wi I acccm
tnodaie with '.daily mail facilities upward
o? 1,200 residents of Centralis, and 1,200
more within a mile; several collieries now
lit operation, and others about being opened
in that neigbornood.
L. T. Sharflkss i j'jM now creHring some
e tenement at his store in the way ot sell
ii.goods. Receiving constantly, a he if
tiood from the ci:i? ol New York and
Philadelphia. He is prepared to compete
ilh the cheapest in the County. To :hoe
wanting Dr) (ioods, Groceries, Provii(n
-&c , we y go to L. T. Sharpies atl buj
tliem elea( We refer you to his circular
An o'kohn ot "War Democracy ' cries
oui io Mr. Lincoln against an tinj il quo a
in the coiiHcrp'ioo Even so did another
in ancient limes, cry oui paying, am
1 no. tl.ii. e own ass T ' ll onr ''War Dem
ocrat" t oi.llf put this question to Mr Lin.
coin his excellency, no lesn he is an awful
liar, will liankly answer ' yei."
W't are informed that the member? of
the Methodist Church of this place, cofiirib-
uied to the Missionary loud on
.f)j , t
evening last, an amount sufficient to a Imit
-a lile member te ihe Missionary Society.
r.d voted the honor to Gen. Sherman. We
imagine Gen. Sherman would beier appre
ciate their Ifiy dtii if it. should be demonstra
ted in a more practical manner, by should
ering a aifle and marching ondr his com
mand in the face of Confederate fire. '
AajHi'R's Homr. Magazine for March i
out. ft cannot fail to be popular while such
writer as T. S. Anhnr, Virginia F. Town
and, are editors ar.d other writers of equal
merit are its principal contributors. It is an
excellent number. Address T. S Arthur &
Co., Philadelphia. Term, 82.50 for tingle
cop'y ; 3 copies for $8 ; 5 copies and one to
getter up of club. S10.
Fin id. The ex local editor of the Record
tiftlu Timet, wai arrested in the streets of
Wilkes Barre a few days ago for fast riding.
"Served him right !" We'd like to know
what business art editor h with a ' fast
horse" anyhow. If 'Nellie" ueter "jump
ed bounty ,v be 'did" an "old aoldier"
that time. .Exeunt the local, singing "Nel
lie teas a lady, but last night she" got me
into a d -1 of a scrape. Go wny trouble.
Thc Eloomsbcrg Local Senate, made at
special order for next Friday evediog to dis
cuss a resolution proposing tbe dinfranchise.
ment of Akdriw Johnson and' declaring
that he cannot onder the provisions of the
Contitution, become Vice President ol the
United States, for the reason that be is a
citizen of a seceded State, wbich was
ot "allowed 'to seed representatives to the
Electoral College. .. . v :
Tuc citizens of oor town were suddenly
aroused from their Sunday afternoon leis
vjre, ty the ringing of the Court House, bell
cn Sunday last. "Bell ringing' baring been
' formerly the manner of announcing aome
important newa, a Iarg crowd of people
were soon assembled. Some person, re
membering the report that Grant bad been
repulsed at Richmond, surmised that it was
a false report and we should now bear that
Shertnan'is occupation of Charlenoa was
Clipgea by the entry of Grant into Rich
iond. O'.bers were fearful and foresaw a
ltmity in the arajy tf the Potomac. All
. re aarprised to learn that the bell was
- t tt call together the vo'uuteern- recroit
y Capt. Jone, for the parpose of deci-
ihe iirrportntil question wheiher T'tbe
i-,. t '
WILL be exposed to PaMic Sale on the
premises of the subscriber, in Madi
son township, Columbia co. oa
MONDAY, 6TH OF MARCH, .1865,
at 10 o'clock, A. M.. the following per
sonal property, to wit :
FOUR MILCH f AY V
SIX HEAD OF
ONE SOW and EVKN PIGS,
Two set of sp.sjIp Harness, One
set of dooble driving Harness one pel of
Yankee IIarnes, one set ot Plow" Gear.,
TWO HORSE WAGON,
one tow Hore Spring Wagon, one open
Buggy, one two bore Cultivator, 1 one
Harrows, one two horse
gIe one s,eiffh two Bee S(.ap v,ieat,
B rck wheat, Corn, Oats, and Po aties by
the bushel, cornlodder in Ihe Bundle, .
si ay ix y tub: to a,
SMOKED SHOULDERS AND HAMS.
J J O USEIWL D FUR MTU RE,
Ji UKEJ1 ITS,
CHAIRS, BEDSTEADS, .
TABLES, WASH STANDS,
PARLOR AX I) KITCIIES
With pipe, ono Large
(ALSO, a lot of Queensware, a Rifle and
.... i I.i i ..: 1
nrlerms made knownon dv of sale
WM. SWITZ-ER, Auctioneer.
February 15. 1865.
An Elegant ioveltjr in ll'atche?.
THE cases of this watch, are an entirely
new invention, composed of six different
mals combined, rolled together and
. planished, prod uein g an exact imitation
,s carat gold, called Arcana, whu-ti
win always Keep n color, iney are as
beaniiful and durable as solid gold, and
.are afforded at one eighth the com. The
cae i beautifully designed, with Panel
and shield lor name, with Patent Push Pin,
and engraved in the exact siyle of the cele
brated Gold Hunting Levers and are real
ly handsome and desirable, and 'so exact
an imitation of gold, as to defy detection. '
The movement is oianuf.icure.l bv the !
well known St. Jimer Wa'ch Company of
Europe, anil are superbly hni-he. I, having
engraved rallets, fancy carted bridges
adjn.-iing regulator, with gold balanced,
and the improved ruby jewelled action
with the line dial and skeleton hand, and
is warranted a good tine keeper. These
wau-hes are of thr;e different s.e-. tfie
! -mal!et being for ladies and are all Hunt -J
I in.' Ca-es. A case of -ix, will On sent by
! mail or Ex:res lor $125.00. A finglrf one j
sent in an elegetit Morocco ca.-e lor f 25.60
w Hi readily sell lor three liin?s their cn-t. I
v n are me soie agents lor tins aicfi ia
ihe United Stales, and none re genuine
which do not bear onr Trade Mark.
DEVA-UGH & CO., Tmporjers,
15 Maiden Lane New York.
Feb 8, 1 855 3mo
11'- -.1.. I- r
PENNSYLVANIA AND RAH
T'lii- ureal line traverses
- atuf Northwest conntie" of Pennsylvania
the city ol Ere, on Lake Erie.
It has been lesa-ed by the Pennsylvania
Rail Road Company, and is operated by
fU enlirrt length was opened for passen
ger and freight b nine, Oct. I7tfi, 1861.
Time of Pdssenger trains at Norih'd.
' Mail Train 10 16 P. M
hi mira Express Tram, II 27
L Haven, AcTiriodaiion, 14 27
VVilliamsport " " .5 25
Mail Train, 4 26 A. M.
Eimira Expre Train, 5 IS
Lock Haven Ac'modition 4 34
Wiiliarnport " 11 55
Passenger cars run through on Mail train
without change bodi ways between Phila
delphia Erie, and Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Mail T'ain
both ways between Pxila.lelphia and Lock
Haven, and on Eimira Epxress Traintoth
ways between Williarnsport and Baltimore.
For informaiion repttini Passenger
business apply a cor. 30th and Market Sis ,
Philadelphia. And for freight business of
the Corrpany's Agent.
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Mar
ket Street, Ph'daaelphia.
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. M Drill, Ag't. N. C. R. R.. Baltimore.
H H. HOUSTON.
General Freight Agt. Phil a.
General Ticket Agt. PhiPa.
JOS D. POTTS,
(jeneral Manager, Williarnsport.
Feb. 22, 1865.
A CARD TO- INVALIDS. A CLERGY-
man, while residing in South America
as a missionary, discovered a. sale ard sim
ple remedy for the cure ol Ntrvou Weik
ness, Early Decay, diseases of the Urinary
and Seminal Organs, and the whole train
of disorders brought on by banefol and vi
cious habits. Oreat oum bers have already
been cured by this noble remedy. Prompt
ed by a desire to benefit Ihe afflicted and
unfortunate, I will send ihe recipe for pre
paring and using this medicine, to any one
who ueeds it, in a sealed envelope free ol
charge. Please enclose a stamped envel
ope, addressed to yours3lf. Add res JO
SEPH T. INMAN, Station D, Bible House,
New York Cny. 1 52-ly
DR. J. R. LVAN,
Physician and Surgeon,
aAVING located permanently on Main
Street, BLOOMSBURG, Pa., woold in
form the public generally, that be is pre
pared to attend to all business faithfully and
punctually that may be intrusted to his care,
on terms cornme: arate with the times.
ti" He pays strict attention to Surgery
aswell as Mer!icinS6
November 25, 1 , 3-ly. . ... ,i
THE undersigned having been restored
to health in a few week,"by a very sim
pie remedy, after having suffered several
years, with a, severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, . Consumption i anx
ious to make known to his fellow sufferers
ihe means of cure. .
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the preset iptio ft used free of charge
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis",
ColJs, kc. The" only object of the adver
tiser.m sending tne Prescription to bene,
fit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to be invaluable ; an 1
he hopes eve(y sufferer will try his remedy
as it will cost tbem nothing, and prove a
Parlies wishing the prescription will
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kin??! Count), New York.
Feomarv 15 1865 '3mo.
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW
LITTLE ol everything relating to the
human system, male and female ; Ihe
causes and treatment of diseaes: the mar
nae customs ot the world; bow to marry
well and a ihousand things never publish
ed belore, read the revised and -enlarged
ediiion of "Medical Common Sense," a
curious book for curious people, and a
ool book for every one. 400 page-, 100
Ftlust rations. Price SI. 50. Contents tabl
sent tree to any address. B oks may ba
had at the book stores, or will be sent by
mail, poM paid on receipt ot tin prine
Address Dr. E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
1130 Broadway, New Yoik,
Feb. 1, 1865 6mo.
To Nerveous Sufferers.
A GENTLEMAN, enred of Nervon
Debility, Incompetency Premature Di-cay.
and Y-outhlul Error, actuated bj. a dei-ir
to benefit others, will be hppv to furnisri
to ail who neeJ il, (free ol charge,) the
recipe and diiection, for making ths sim-
j pie remedy used in his case. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the adverttfers bad ex
perience, and posse- a uure and valuable,
remedy, can do so by addre?-sin him at
once at his place of business. Ttie Recipe
aad full information of vital importance
will be cheerfully sent by return of mad.
Add.ess JOHN B. OGDKN.
No. 60 Na-sati S'reet, New Yorfc.
P. S Nervous Sufferer of bmh exes
will find this informaiion valuable:
Dec 7, 1864 3mo.
X n other Arrival of Mood.
Hat, Cap and Grocer)
3 0 0E o
Now i Your Time to Buy.
HE NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
' rlulK undersigned nnving jii remrn
the Ea-tern cilie with a larjie
and full asoriments of fG R OfrTjTF'
in addition to a -nper' " '
or STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
a HATS AND CAPS,
comprising every soit and quality, s now
prepared to sell a little cheaper than can
b- p-ircha-eil elsewhere.
H'sSiock cd GROt:E:IES are not sur-
parsed in this inaike', winch he otler
cheap forcit-h, or in eAhanae for GKA1.N
OR PRODUCE. .
ALSO,-A ti.in lot of KIDS, M0R0CC0ES.
a-.' LININGS ft which he invites ihe at
ten'iou ol Siioma kers atid Ihe joMic.
Give him a call At Slroup's Oid Stand,
on Maiu Street.
JOHN K GIRTON.
BIoon:bure. Nov'r 27 164. '
or,iGiL, ce.mtm: & rlliidlc,
FOR THE GROWTH. HEAUTY AND
PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR.
Price, 75 eta. per hotllc.
This preparation can show
living evidences of its excel
Photograph and read certifi
cate ol Mrs. V m. button
hair five leet and one. inch in
lengih used Reeve' Arnbro
- sia about twenty monihs.
Photograph and certificate of
Mr. L M. Neil hair five ft.
length used the Ambrosia.
Thonsand are ning th'n
preparation and offering wil
These potographs, taken from life, have
been awarded to extend the knowledge of
the merits of this wonderful discovery.
Hundreds have seen these ladies and heard
the facts, from their own lip.
3Irs. 3Iaxreir Testimonial.
A'evr York. Dec 23. 1S62.
Knowing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia produced a beautiful head of hair
for Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brook lf"n,
New York, 1 was induced,, thereby, to use
it thoroughly. I needed something for my
hair, it being short and thin had used one
half-dozen bottles when I could plainly
notice an increase in its length, strength,
and beauty. An experience of about twy
years has proved a complete success. Mo
hair is now by measurement, four feet ten
inches in length, nearly reaching the floor.
have allowed my photograph to proclaim
tbe merits of Reeves' Ambrosia 10 the
MRS. WALLACE E MAXWELL.
entenprising Druggists have
these Photographs and keep for
sale, REEVES? AMBROSE! at lb
Cents per Bottle.
Druggits who may not have our prepa
ration, will send for it il applied to Prin
cipal Depot, 62 Fulton Street, New York.
Messrs French, R-charJs, & Co. of Phil
adelphia, General Agents lor Pennsy Ivania.
Nov. 30. 1864. 6 mos.
Consumptive Vufierers will receive a
valuable prescription lor the cure of Con
samption, Asthma, Brotxhitis. and al!
throat and Lung affection, Oree of charge.)
by sending their address to Rev.EDW ARD
A. WILSON, WilliamcbU'g, Kings county,
Sept. 21. 1864 --m
DAVID L0VFE3DEEG, ,
National Foundry .
nldothsbur?, Columbia Co.,
'De siibribjr, proprietor of the above
- named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive orders for all kinds of
machinery, for COLLERIES, BLAST FUR
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THJIESHIMG MACHINES. &c, &c.
He is also prepared to make Siovec, all
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extansive facilities and practical
workman, watfant him in receiving ihe
largest contracts op the most reasonable
0" Grain of all kinds will be taken in'
exchange for casting'.
rFThi efiablihment is located near
'he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9. 1863
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Warranted with or without cog-wheels
. . c t . . '
TT look th hrs' premium at iiuy-sewn
Slat- and County Fairs in 1863, and i.
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England, Canada, and Australia Agents
wanted in every town, and in all parts ol
the world. Energetic Agents cm make
i.nm thf. to len Dollars per day.
y ,m,,e. Wringers sent Express paiJ on
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Vrt fi 5(, xf0. t 57 50. No
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m . a t
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THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO ,
No. 13 Plti S 'eet, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
A H. FKANCISCUfc, Agent,
What Errryhoihj Knows, viz:
That iron well galvanized will not rust.
That a umple machine i be'ter than a
1 hat a v rinsPr tioniu
be sell adn-ti'ig, durable, and erdcient.
That Thumb .-crews and Fastenings cause
!-lav i"l trouble to regulate and keep in
. order. I hat wood
will swell, shrink and ..plil. 1 rial wood
beanie- for the idiaft to run in will wear
out. That the IVimri Writer, w i.h or
w ithout cog-w heels, w il! not Ie.M the eld he.
Ttirit cog wheel relators ;ire not e.en
lial. Tt.at ihe Pniiiani Wringer has ail the
advantage, and not one of Die disrdvan
above named. That all who have
testeJ it, pronounce it the b st Wringer
ever made. Thai it w ill wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might fiil lhn paper with testimoni
al, but in-ert only a lew to convince the
fkeptical. if sr.c'i there be; and we say 10
all, ten Pninam's Wiinger. Test it thor
ouhU wi'h iy a'd all others, and if noi
eidirelv -at i-facl ory reti.ri. it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Genden.en I Ui.oW trnin practical
eperiei ( t'ia' iron well galvanized With
z nc ill t: 1 oxidize r-r ri-t jmrt'de.
!i Nr. 10 Wrn'iifr i itar fieifect a
(,--i; -ic id I C'ti c'jr'"it!i nriimmsiul
I' to !.f t'. t-e-' in Or.e.
JOHN W. WHEELER,
Cleveland, O ijO.
Many years ex.-erience in the galvaniz
ing buiress, enable me to endorse the
aboe statement in all particulars
JNO C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 Beenman St.
New York, January, 1864.
We have ieted Putnam's Clothes Wring
er by praciutl working, and know that it
will do. It is cheap, it is simple, it requires
no room whether at work or at rei; a child
can operate it It does it duty thoroughly.
It saves time and it save wear and tear.
We earnevly advice all who have much
wa-hing to do, with all intelligent peron
who may ha ve an v, to buy this Wringer.
It will pay lor iteif m a vear a. mot.
July 6, 1864 ly.
Ealing and Drinking
THE subscriber lecpectfclly gives no .
lice to die public that he has at his Saloon,
on Main Street, constancy on hand
either in the shell or by the CAN, to suit
hi-Customer. Families can be supplied
by ihe can or by the qnart upon short no
tire He .1U0 keep on hand XX Ale, Si-,
der and mineral.
Give him a call
Bloonbnrg, Nov. 23, I8C4.
Estate of James Mciride, late of Jem
lock townthip, deceased.
LETTERS of Administration on the es
tate ol Jaine McBride. late ol Hernlt ck
two., Columbia county Pa , have been
granted rv re Reier of sail county to
Hnjjh D McBrtde, rending in ihetwp . arid
coiinty atoMcaid. All persons having
rianri ajainst .he ecta'e of the decedent
are requested 10 present tneni for settle
Tie . I 10 the aJm initrator without delay,
and all percous indebted to the decedent
shjit make pay merit imme-Mateley to the
HUGH D. Mc BRIDE, Adtfr.
Hemlock, Jan. 4, 1865 6 S2.
"CLANKS I CLANKS L BLAiVKS ! t
EX ECUTIONS, SUBPOENAS,
JYew Clothing t ore.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
fflHE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the pebhe genefaHy,
that he has just received from the Eastern
Cit ie-, a large assortment of
ESnsra. axe) etJSGSSEia
Freeh from the seat of Fashion, of all
sorts, sizes and quantities, which will be
sold cheap for cash or country produce.
II ATS iV CAPS
COOTS AM) SHOES. g
Together with a variety of no
lions and things too troublesome to rinmer
ate, to w hicU he invites the a tetilion ol pur
chaer. ulio prepared ta make tts
clothing to order, on reasonable lermp,
and up to the latest fashions.
Call aud examine our slock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsburg, April 27. 1864.
OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
fjHE subscriber ha just returned from
the cities with another laige and select
Fall and Winter Goods,
I pnrchae. I at Philadelphia and New York,
' at the lowest figure, and which he is deter
mined 10 sell on as moderate terms as can
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi stock compii-es
L.1DIES' DRESS GOODS:,
of the ch(ice-l style and latest fashions,
loieiher with, a lnrse as-ortment of
DRY -GOODS. MUSLINS, CLOTHS',
QU E EN S W ARE, C E I) A K W ARE,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON.
HOOTS SHOES, HATS$-CAPS.4-c.
In t-horl, every thing usuaJiy ke;t in coun
try c tores. 1 o which he inv dec he atte;ition
ol ll public gettfrally.
The highe-i piice will be paid for coun
try pri'duce. in exdianue for good.
STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Blooiiifburg, Oct 12, 1864.
kef c:ebj.ts eat sa eooat
II. C Christman,
RESPECTFULLY announce. to the cili
zen of Bloomcbnrg and vicinity that
he has just opened a new Rejrechinent Sa
loon and Confectionery S ore, on Main-st ,
cecond door below the ''American House,"
where he intends supplying all who may
give him their custom with FRESH OYS
TERS, Claru Soup, Sardines, Boded Eggs,
Ham. Tripe Pigs' Feet, Dried Heirinu, &c.
He will aUo keep on hand a superior ar
ticle of DRAUGHT ALE, Porter Lagerbeer,
and Sarcaparilla : together with a good as
sonnient of CanJies, Sweetmeats, Cakes,
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco. In connec
lion with thi saloon he hac fitid up a La
dies' Department, where all who n.ay de
sire can call lor Oysters and Refreshment
and will be free from ail annoyances, an
indecencies that ladies are too often ex
posed 10 in some of our best redaurants
Don't fail to give him a call.
H. C CHRISTMAN. Proprietor.
- Bloomburg, Ocm. 12, 1864.
Estate of Jqcob Kiitdig lute of Fishing-
tretk. ttcp-, dtceaad.
L FETTERS ol admnnsiration on the es.
;ai ol Jacob Kindig late ot Fishiugceek
twpj Columbia county, deceased, nave
been grained by the RegiieT of Columbia
cuoniy, to John Wenner, teciding in town
ship and county aforesaid. All perons
having claims again-l the estate of Ihe tfe
cedent are reo.nested to preseni them to
the under-igiied without delay, jnd all p r
sons indebted to make payment lorthwih
JOHN WENNER, Adrn'r.
Ei-hgcreek, Nov. 9, U64 Iw 5r2,
AaltonnI laim Agency,
HARVY St COLLINS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
IN order to facilitate the prompt adjuct
ment of Bounty, arrears of pay, Pension
and other claims du soldiers and other
perons Irom the Government of the U. S ,
the unvlerc igned lias made arrangement
with the aoove firm whose experience and
close proximity to, and daily intercoore
with, ihe Department, as welt as the early
knowledge acquired by them of the decis
ions frequently being made, enable then
to pro-ecute. claims more'eflectualiy than
Attorneys at a dictance can possibly do.
AH persons entitled to claims o! lha above
description can have them properly attend
ed to by calling on me aod entrusting them
to my care; W. WIRT.
GROVER 80 BAKERS .
CK'LPBRATfD KI.ASTIC STITfH
S E W I N in HI 1 C II I A ES
Were awarded the highest Premiums over
all Competitors. t the loilowing Slain
aid County Fir of 1863.
NEW YORK STATE FAIR.
First Pieiniu'mTo'r Tn'rtiity Machine.
Firl Premium fo: Manufa'cturing MachiiM
FiM Premium for Ma-cl iue Work
INDIANA STAT: FAIR.
Firct Premium lor Machine for allpurpoae
First Premium for Machine VVark , ,
VERMONT STATE FAIR. '
Fir. 1 Premium fpr Family Machine.
Firct Premium for Manufacturing Machiisi.
First Premium for Machine "Work
OHIO STATE FAIR. .
Firi Premium for Machine Work
IOWA STATE FA Hi.
First Premium for Faintly Marhih-
First Premium for Manuractuting Mchfrre
Firt Preminm for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE EATR.
First Premitrtn 1or Mac"hrne for h II pupoaas
First Premium for Alachine Work
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
Frst Premium for Machine fnr ell porpoe
Frii Premium for Machine Work,
M ICAIGAN STATE FAIR. .
First Premicm for Manufacturing MttMrrt
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
PENN'A STATE FAIR
First Premium for Mwm fail n ring Machine
Frist Premium Tor Machine Worn
OREGON STATE FAIR.
Fust Premium for Family Machine
Firt Premium for Machine Work
CHITTENDEN CO. Vt. AGR1, C. '
r'irft Premium lor Family Machine
First Premium for Manalr.crVTnr Macl I6e
First Premium for.Machine Work
FRANKLIN C6 N Y, FAIR.
First Premium lor Family Machine.
Fir-i Premium for Manufacturing Machine
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Vi. AGL SOC.
First Premium for Family Machine
Firt Premium or Manufacturing Machine
Fir-t Premium for Macnine Work
HAMPDEN CO, Mass AGT,. SOC.
Diploma lor Family Machine.
Diploma for Mac'n in Work.
WASHINGTON CO, N Y FAIR.
Firsl Premium Tor Family Mavhiss
QUEENS CO N Y. FAIR
First Premium for Family Much'irfe
Firct Premium for Man ufaciuring MacfiU e
First Premium for Machine Work
SARATOGA CON Y, FAIR.
First Premium lor Family Machine
MECILVNICS' INSTITUTE Pa. FAIR.
First Premium for Machine for all pur,oa)
First Premium lor Machine Worit
GEREN FIELD O, UNION FAIR..
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
CLINTON CO. T, FAIR.
First Pre mi 11 hi for Family Murlune
Firct Premium for Machine.
MONTGOMERY. CO Pa, FAIR.
Fi st Premium for Machine for all purp
Firi Premium lor Mat-hire Work.
SAN JOAOl'IN CO'Cal FAIR.
Fifoi Premium for Family Mat-Vine
Fir-i Piemmm for Machine Work
SN JOSE DlSTRICr Cal FAIR.
Fir.-t 1'reiniiim for Family Machine
Fir-t Preniiutn fr Machine Work
C3'The above comprises all the Fi)
al which the Grover & Bilker Machn.cs
were exhibiteil this vear.
Sale rooms, 495 Broadway, New York.
730 Chesimit St., Philadelphia.
March 23, 1864 ly.
THE Greatest Improvement yet in h-
Sewing Machine Art. A enricsfty Vi1. 1
Please stend for circular with Mtmpl -4
Thee Improved Machine cavr n .
hundred per cent of thread anrl filk. Md
make the lock-siitch alike on both fidc-
They require no instructions to op ri
perfectly, except the 'ptind direc-tirr
No change in sewing from oue kind f
gootts to aunt her.
And no taking apari lo clean or oil.
Our New Mauulactory ij now comp.ej;
with all its machinery and tools eiiif.T
new, and is already rapiHly tnrniiig t
Machine, wl ich tor beauty and perf-t-f - m
o finish are not snrassed by any maholn "
tire in the world.
N. B. Should any Machine pJ'ov cin
i-factory, it can be teiurtieJ and n.hcy
Agent wanted inronntie not canVa-e I
by our owrv Ajnt
FINK LE & LYON S. M. to.
No. 53 Broadway, New York.
April 2o. 1!U. ly
Aotioe to Trespassers.
THE following farmers and landowner,
of Orange and Cen;re lownhips, Columht
county, do hereby caution all perco
agains' hunting or 411 anywise trespassi-i
on their lands, thus making l)iemsel-
siil jeci to the penalties of tbe law wa-:
will be rtiosl ctringetitly enforced - ,
David E Haymeti, Stephen Hill,
Samuel Heidle; , Frrfhy I!ayrrtart
Simon Liwrv, Reuben Si'ler, '. ,
AH of Oiange townships.
Benj. Stiner, Wm Beck)
Frederick Beck, Adam Hill,
Wm Wit miie, Geo Witmtrrt,
Joseph Ruckle, all of Centre twti.
Orange, Nov. 16, 1864.
rIMlK nnderigned having conriecied fiin
sell with establi-hed Agencies 10 W- -inston
and Philadelphia is prepared t
attend lo ihe colieciiau of Back pay,
and all other equitable claims againut th
Government. His experience and bnsine
connections enable bim to attend to menu
with the least possible delay. No charge .
made unless tbe claims are secured.
Office wiih E. H. LiMl, Ec Couk
House Alley, S!c0mbrg,Pa.
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