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TGINGS AS9UT T0T7?f & COUNTRY.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1865.
Thc constitutional amendment passed
the Connecticut Legislature unanimously.
Thc first dralt to (bis country since the
wt ol 1812, tock place at Hartford, Cono
necticot, September 10, 1862.
Thi authorities at Waahiuton hare
vielded to the universal demand for the
publicity of the trials for conspiracy and as
satgination now in progress in that city.
Ahono Mr. Lincoln' papers lias been
foonJ a package o( letters, marked in ; his
own hand-writing, "Assassination Letters."
The Members of the Columbia county
Agricultural Society, will bold a moeiing at
the Court Hoose, in the Grand Jury Room,
on Saturday next, for the purpose, of elect
ing officers for the ensuing year.
Cuavcco Acais Governor Cunin hating
been compelled, by the action of the Presi
dent, to change the time fixed as ti day o
.national mourning for the death of Presi
dent Lincoln, has followed his leader, and
now names June 1st, as the day for that
WeV Paid. Those who went as substi
tutes and volunteers a few months sgo will
make a handsome thing out of it. But few
of them .have smelt powder, and most ol
them will be mustered out of service in a
short time, and rein rn with their bounty
money in their pockets, laughing v thoe
who were so free to give but not to go.
Oil im Fatettk Countv. The Union
town Genius of Liberty sats that on Snarday
the 6ih inst., the pump in the oil well
hear Lynn's Mill, on Redstone creek, wa
put in operation, and in a few hours pump
ed from three to three and a-hdlf barrels ol
very superior oil, a sample of which can be
seen at our ofnc.
PkTkr Ekt, admr., advertises in this pa
per a tract of land for sale, situate in Jack
son township, on the East Branch of Green
Creek, where signs of Coal Oil have been
lately discovered, belonging to the esta'e of
Thomas W. Young, deceased. Those per
sons prospecting for Oil seem to be greatly
encouraged. The indications ara very fa
- Tut season far trout fishing has fairly
opened. Several of our citizens have been
op to the "head waters of Fishingcreek"
and returned with well filled basket of the
"speckled beaotie." Wm. G Hurlkt. Eq.,
aud Stickirr Sntdkr started oar on a fishing L
tour on Monday last.
i ' a m m
Watss -The water has fc-ee' let into the
N'i rth Branch Caual from Nanticoke dam
to Northumberland. We do net anticipate
a very lively trade on this 'section of the
"ditch," as the boats will have no connec
tion at either end. So far as through navi
gation is concerned, it is like Stevens' rail
road, that commenced nowhere and ended
in the woods." However, wo hope to see
the vessels about the canal bridge, weigh
anchor, and to hear the cheering lootings oi
the boatman's horn. Danville American.
. Mobil Community. We learned the other
day that the juil at this place was entirely
vacant not a prisoner being confined
This certainly tpeake well for the morality
ol our county, and we venture to say that
there are but lew counties in the. Stale that
can point to the moral fact that their "board
ing bouse" is empty. It is well for the
Sheriff of oar county that his jail is empty,
for he would lose money boarding prisoner
at the pay received in ttiis county.
ItfTtniSTiNO to Orrics holders Thefol
lowing resolution was offered by Andrew
Johnston in the honse of representatives,
March 13, 1858: "That rotation in office,
in the opinion of the house, is one of the
cardinal tenets in a republican form of gov
ernment, and ought never to be violated, on
any pretence whatever, and shonldle prac
- ticed upon by all admiuisiratiensegardless
ol their pany names"
Mirks of improvement are visible opoo
nearly every street in this place. Our ci:i
zens seem to have commenced in good
earnest this spring. ,
Mis Am ilia D. Webb is building a fine
addition to her brick bouse on Main S reet,
below Market, where she designs locating,
in a short time, her Fancy Store.
Jesse Shannon has carpenters busily en
gaged finishing op the new brick, situated a
few doors below Market SqQare, and which
will be completed in a few days.' It will
be opened by L Ruktak & Co as a Grocery
and Provision Store. Success to. them.
Thty can't help but do well.
Maj. Wm. B. Kooiss is makitg various
and important improvements in and about
Lis kotel. The Major is determined to have
things looking neat and in good order
around his pretsi'es. He is a capital land
lord. ' CouLxvi L Tate, the accomplished and
able editor of the Columbia Democrat, has
rebuilt, on his lot, in place of the one de
stroyed by fire, a handsome and commodi
ecs frame stable.
Key. D. J. Waller is putting the finish
jcg stroke to his large and magnificent man
aios sitsated near the Lack.& Bloomsburg
It. R- Di'pct.' He will have, when com
pleted, th finest residence in this coanlt.
Da J R. Evans if repainting bis dwelling
on Main Street, which adds, greatly to i'b
Jtssz SiiANNOs, supervisor, is busily at
work cieanin up and repairing the Rtreets
and walks. This i a step is the rig'1 d"
rtrlicn, ai d ia season, as the streets and
a!!sy rrera tscornir terribly filthy.
la Cafl T'osrisbar several Dew houses
The Editor of the Kepuotican in Dis last
t . . . .. ...
mob law and violence."
inis assertion we i
choose to take exceptions to ; from the very
iact that we havij been as careful a reader,
probably,' as he has on his list, and have
seen very little, if any,, opposition to "mob
violence," in his paper since its publication.
We think there are others of. his readers
who will bear lis out in saying that As has
not written an article "deprecating mob law
and violence" or. the past four years, if
previous. In the fall ol 1862, when his
brethren mobbed William Etlr, ol Green
wood, in this town, for expressing an hon
est cfiflerence of opinion, how much did
his columns teem with articles "deprecating
mob law and violence?" This man was
nearly pummelled to death for taking a po
sition that this same Republican party took
last Spring, not quite (our years since, viz :
against laying a tax for the purpose of rais.
ing volunteers. At that time, too, there
was no legislation on the subject and the
Commissioners, or any other power in the
County, had no authority to levy and col
lect a tax for bounty purposes. This man
Ever was nearly killed for being right, and
Dr. John's papur had not one word to say
against it. Still further along in the case :
The principal actors in this riot were ar
rested and bennd over in the name of the
Commonwealth lo answer, and upon trial
were convicted of riot, assault and battery,
&c. They had a fair trial, before a civil
court, the evidence in the case being'fairly
sifted, and received sentence accordingly.
We shall refrain from giving names in this
matter, as the people generally know who
they were, but limply cite the, editor oi the
Republican to the cas9. Now, how earnestly
did he "deprecate mob law and violence"
through the columns of his paper when
this tning happened ? Nat at all. But on
the other hand, arguedihat the rioters were
unfairly dealt w,th, the jury prejudiced, and
that they deserved pardon at the hands of
Governor Cortijt, which was at once
granted, the Doctor's name being most
prominent on trie petition.
When mobs were about to be incited for
the purpose of destroying the Democratic
offices in this place, we failed to see in his
paper one word deprecating mob law and
violence." Since the breaking out of thin
civil war, between the North and South,
;fcere have been many Democratic p'ese
demolished, in tiis State, tor opinion's sake,
besides, a large number of our public men
have been mobbed, beaten and abused in a
most shameful manner ; yet not one word
have we been able to discover in his paper
deprecaiing mcb law and violence." Ever
since tbe advent of the Republican parly
into power moro or le?s mobbing has been
going on. The principles ol this parly seem
to have educated the people to this kind of
spirit and feeling.
It if a late day for thi Republican editor
to come round aid declare that he ''always
deprccaied mob law and vkWence," when
such is ttof the fact, and we challenge him
to give extracts from his pen, even five or
six years bick, sive in tne case of egging
or taring of some notorions Abolitionist who
was down South trying to work op an in
surrection, and operating as an incendiary,
among tbe !ve.i.
In The Greenwood School Directors' case,
which had a hearing before Jidge Elwell
oo lat Saturday a week, it was decided that
a new election (honld be bold on Friday,
ths second day of June.' .The Election
board held that some of the tickets were
not properly designated and upon that
grouna refused to take them into the couut.
The Democrats voted for JohnLeggott and
Samuel Bofari, with the words "three
years" written opposite their names, aud
William Lawton, wi h "one year" after his
name. The Republicans voted for A. P.
Heller, Joseph Hiyman, and A. P. Young.
All three names were written upon one
ticket, (with a few exceptions) and the
words ''one year ' following the last name.
This ticket the board ru'ed out, on the
ground, we believe, that two of the names
were not designated or that they were all
marked for one t ear. As we stated before
the election was set aside and a new
A severe Storm On Thursday last a
ery severe gale, accompanied by a very
heavy fall of rain , swept over part ot Phil
adelphia, doing considerable damage. The
greatest destruction to property and injury
to persons occurred in the Nineteenth ward,
where twenty-three dwellings were either
partially des:royd or completelyrazed to
the ground. They were nearly all three
story houses. Several of the inmates were
serioasly injured by being struck while
making their escape, with the falling brick
and timbers. Their furniture ia ranch dam
aged il not entirely ruined ; thus leaving
these families ii as bad a situation as
though the) had been visited by a fire.
This was the most severe gale Philadelphia
has been visited by for a long.
The Di thict Attorjvet ol Franklin co.,
Pa , has prepared bills of indictment
against Grn. Mi:Causland, Harry Gilmore
and other rebel ofneers, for pWlage, arson
and murder, committed in Franklin county,
dnrinz the invasien that resulted in the
burning of Cbaoueraburg. If true bills are
found, Governor Curtin will, demand these
men ol the Governor f Virginia.
Phrewological Jocrsal. Tbe May No.
of this Journal has been on our table over a
week, and through some oversight it has
not yet been noticed by as for this month.
It has catered upon its forty-first volume
with a subsciiplion list of twenty five thous
and names. Its typographical appearance
is neat ; and each number is profjsely il
lustrated. Address Fowler & Wells, 389
Broadway, New York.
New Cois. Ths United States Mint has
commenced the coinsge of the recently
authorized Three Cent piece. It is about
the size of an English sixpence the color of
lead, aad much r that dull appearance.
U is a mixtnre of copper and nickel, and
we shanld think econ larnisb. his,
however a great lntproveseni on tbe three
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
lnesateoi tno nm series oi fauu.uuu,-
UOOol tne 7-30 L.oan was rompieteci on me
31st of March, 1865. The sale of the sec
ond 6eries of Three Hundred Millions, pay
able three years from the 15th day of June,
1865., was began on the. 1st of April. In
the short space of thirty days, over One Hun
dred Millions of this series have been sold
leaving this day less than Two Hundred
Millions to be disposed of. Tbe interest is
payable semi-annually in currency on the
l5ib of December and"" 15th of June by
Coupons attached to each note, which are
readily cashed anywhere. It amounts to
One cent per day on a 50 note.
Two cents " " " $100
Ten " " ",f " $500
20 " " " " 81000
SI " " " " $5000
More and 3Iore Pesirable.
The Rebellion is suppressed, and the
Government has already adopted measures
to reduce expenditures as rapidly as possi
ble to a peace footing, thus withdrawing
from market as borrower and purchaser.
This is the ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
now offered by the Government, and . con
stitutes the GRFAI POPULAR LOAN OF
The Seven-Thirty Notes are convertible
on the r matcrity, at the option of the
IJ. S. 5-20 Six per cent.
Which are always worth a premium.
FSIILE rROM TAXiTUX.
The 7 30 Notes cannot be taxed b Townsr J
Cities. Counties or States, end the interest
is not taxed unless on a surplus of the own
er's income exceeding eix hundred dollars
a year. This fact increase their value
Irom one to three percent, per annum, ac
cording to the late levied on other property,
Less than 200,000,000 of the Loan au
thorized by the last Congress are now on
the market. This amount at the rate it is
being absorbed, will all be subscribed for
within two months, when the notes will
undoubtedly command a premium as has
uniformly been the caso on closing the
subscription to other Loans, It now seems
probable thai no considerable amount beyond the
present series will hi offered lo Ik? public.
In order that citizens of every town and
section of the country may be afforded fa
cilities for taking the loan, the National
Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers
throughout the country have generally
agreed to receive subscriptions at par.
Subscribers will select their own 'agents,
in whom tbey have confidence, and who
only are to be ref ponsible for the delivery
of the notes for which thev receive orders.
Subscription Agent, Phi lade Ijdiia.
Subscriptions will -be received by ihe
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMS
BURG. AND THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF BERWICK.
May 10, 1S65 3mo.
IN pnreuanee of an order of tbe Orphans'
Court of Columbia county, on
Saturday the 3d Day of Xnnp, IS65,
at ten o'clock, in the forenoon. Peter Em,
Administrator of Thomas W. Young, la:e
of Jackson township, in said county, deci,
will expose to sale by public vendue, oti
the premises, a cer'ain
TRACT OF LAND,
Si'oate in Jackson township, Columbia co.,
adjoining land of Ezekiel Cole. John Fritz,
Jo.-noa Savage, Wm. Parks, Wm. Brink,
and otbei lands of said deceased, contain-
and one hundred and thirty-two perches,
s'.rict. measure. Whereon is erected a
Alonl twenty-five Acres cfsaid tract are
cleared, and the balance if heavily wood
ed with moFt excellent Pine, Oak and
Hemlock timber. It is called the beet
timber land in the neighborhood.
This tract is made mora valuable from
the fact that it is situate on the East branch
of GREEN CREEK where there are strong
evidences of COAL OIL, and where part'es
are already prospecting with every encour
agement ot finding n abundance of oil.
Late the estate of fiid deceased, situate
in the township of Jackson and county
. JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk.
Bloomsburg, May 5, 1S65.
CONDITIONS: Ten per cent, or oie
fourth of the pnrchass money to be paid
djwn on the day of sale; the one-fourth,
less the ten percent., on the final confirm
ation; and the balance in one year from
confirmation nii, with interest from said
confirmation. With good security for tbe
payment of the purchase money.
PETER ENT, Admr.
May 10, 1865.
Estate of Silas Jacktun. late of Sugarloaf lvp.t
Columbia county, dec d.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Silas Jackson, Uite of Sugarloaf town
ship, Colombia county, deceased, have
been granted by the Register of said coun
ty to DAVID LEWIS residing in Sugarloaf
township, Columbia co. All persons hav
ing claims against the estate ol the dece
dent are requested to present them for set
tlement, and those indebted to the estate
are requested to make immediate payment.
DAVID LEWIS, Executor.
May 10, 1865. pd. S3.
CHAS. G. BARKLEY,
Attorney at Jjnw,
DLOOHISBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of
Columbia connty. All legal business
intrusted to his care shall receive prompt
O F F I C E, On Main Street, Exchange
Buildings, over Miller's Stoie.
OLD THINGS MADE NEW-
A PAMPHLET directing bow to speedily
restore eight and give up spectacles,
without aid ot doctor or medicine. Sent
by mail, free, 00 receipt af 10 cents. Ad
dress, E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
1 135 Brdwav. Nw Yorfr,
Agricultural Ihemical Co.'s
THE Fertilizers prepared by the Agri
cultural Chemical Co., (a Company char
tered by the legislature cjt Pennsylvania
with a capital of S250.000.) have been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, lor the Farmer, Gar
dener and Fruit grower, of all concentarted
rranures now oifered in any maikr.l. The
Coropaii 's list embraces the follow ing
This Fertilizer is composed ol night
soil and the fertilizing rgents of urir.e;
combined chemically and mechanically
with other valuable fertilizing agents and
. It is reduced to a pulverulent condition ;
rady for immediate use, and without loss
nfits highly nitrogenous fertilizing proper
ties. lis universal applicability to all crops
and soils, and its durability and active
qualities, are well known to be all that.'ag
riculturists can desire.
The Fertilizer is largely composed of
animal matter, such as .meat, bone, fib,
leather, and wool, together with chemicals
and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
the mas6, and retain the nitrogenous ele
ments. It is o very valuable fertilizer for field
crops generally, and especially lor potatoes
and garden purposes.
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheap--ness,
have made it very popular witn all
who have used it.
This highly phosphate fertilizer is par
ticularly adapted for the cultivation of trees
fruits, lawns and flowers. It will promote
very vigorous.and healthy growth ot v ood
fruit, and largely increase the quantity and
perfect the maturity of the fruit. For hot
hose and household plants and flowers, it
will be found an indispensible article to se
cure their greatest perfection. It will pre
vent and cure diseased condition of the
peach and grape, and ie excellent for grass
and lawns. .
It is composed of such elements as make
it adapted to the srowln- f a" kinds of
crops in all kinds of soil.
The tormtila or method of combining its
constituent fertilizing ingredients has re
ceived the highest approval of eminent
chemists and scientific agriculturists.
- -PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Chemical Company
manui'actnre a Phophate of Lime in accor
dance with a new and valuable lorrau'.a by
which a very superior article is produced,
as to be afforded at a les price than other
manufacturers charge. Practical tests have,
proved that its value, as a fertilizer, is
equal to the best Phosphate of Lime in Jthe
TERMS CASH. All Orders of a Ton or
more, will be delivered at the Railroad
Stations and the Wharves of Shipment, free
of cartage. Cartage will be charged on all
orders of 6 barrel or It-ss
One doIar per Tor. allowance for cartnge
will be made on all sales delivered at the
Works of the Company on Catiil Wharf.
Agricultural Chemical Company's Works,
At Cand iVkirf on the Delaware.
Office, 41 2i Arch St. Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. FITTS, General A-;ent.
The Company's Pampr, let Circular, em
brai in! fall directions fo tiring the above
Fertilizers, sent by mail, free, when re
quested. Marcn, 8 1S63 6mo.
YtATCBES. CHAKSj MSGS. &C.
G. S. HASKINS i CO.,
3G lieekman Street, Ntw Yark.
offer the followins inducements to
Buyers of Valxzalilc
Having been fcr a ln time er.saged
the Packet business, and established cur
reputation for prompti.ess and reliability,
and possessing great facilities for selling
Jewelry 111 thi way, we are confident that
we can give satisfaction to all who feel
disposed to patronize cs.
S650,000 WORTH OF WATCHES, DIA-
paond Pins, Chains, k?., to be sold for U:.e
Dollar each, without regard to value, and
not to be paid for until you know what you
are to receive.
JUST LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING LIST
OF ARTICLES TO BE SOLD FOR ONE
DOLLAR EACH I
175 Watches (handtomely enoravcd and
warranted perfect time keepers), varying
in prices from S20 00 to 2120 00 each."
225 Ladies' watches, solid gcid hunting
cases, 55 00 each.
250 Geudemea's silver watches" 15 00
to 20 0(J each.
6,000 Latest style vest and neck chains.
4 5C to 30 00 each-
5.000 Gent's" California Diamond Pins,
2 50 to 25 00 each.
4.000 California diamond, ear dropaJ 2 00
to 15 CO each.
3 000 Miniature . and enamelled gnt:s
tcarf pins, new styles, 5 00 to 15 CO each.
2,000 Masonic and emblem pins, 3 00 to
10 00 each.
2. 500 Gold band bracelets, engraved and
plain, 3 CO to 20 00 each.
3,000 Jet and Moe&ic brooches, 3 00 to
70 00 each.
2,000 Camo brnnche?, rich patterns, very
tasty, 3 CO to 60 00 each.
4 5(!0 Florentine and Lava pins, the ra'al
article, 4 CO to 10 00 each.
3 500 Lava and Flor,et4tice ear drops,
3 00 to 10 00 each.
S.O00 Coral ear drops, 4 00 lo 6 00 each.
2.000 Ladies' Chaielaine chains, j-;t and
gold, 15 00 tc 20 00 each.
6.000 Gem's pins, a fcplendid assortment,
2 00 to 15 00 each.
4,000 Solitaire sleeve buttons, entirely new
styles, 2 00 lo 5 00 each.
3 000 Studs and sleeve buttons, in sets,
verv rich, 3 00 to 15 00 each. .
5 000 Sleeve buttons, plain, enamelled
an! engraved, 2 00 to 8 00 each.
10,000 Plain and handsomely engraved
rincs, 2 50 to 10 00 each.
8,000 Spring lockets, double case, ilchly
engraved, 2 00 to 15 00 each.
15,000 Sets ladies' jewelry, new and latest
styles, 6 00 to 12 00 each.
2.000 Gold pens, and handsome, silver
cases, 5 00 to 10 00 each.
This entire list of beautiful and valuable
goods will be sold for O.ie Dollar-Ech?
Certificates of all the above articles will be
placed in envelopes, and seated. These
envelopes are seat by mail, as orJered,
without regard to choice. On the receipt
of th Certificate you wilt see what you
are to have, and then it is at your option lo
send one dollar and take the article, or not.
Five Certificates can be ordered for SI;
eleven for S2; thirty-five lor S5; sixty-five
for S10; and one hundred for S15. We
will send a single Ccrtifioate on the receipt
of 25 cents.
G. S. HASKINS & Co.,
Box 4270. 36 Beekman St., N. Y.
Bloomsburg, April 5th, 1865.
Y1' . t ; ,k":'1
GRCVESTEN 8c CO.
FIAIO-F0RTK ilS X T FF A CTl RE K N ,
THE attention of the pnblic and the trade is invited to our New Scale 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano-Fortes, which for volume and purity of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto
offered in this market. They contain all the modern improvements, French, Grand
Action, Harp Pedal. Iron Frame, Over-Sirona Bass. &c, and each instrument being made
under the personal supervision ol Mr J. H. GROVESTEEN, who has had a practical ex
rerience of over 30 years in their manufacture, is fully warrented in every particular.
The Grovesteen Piano-Forte Received the Highest award of Merit over all others
at thc Celebrated World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments from the best makers of London, Paris Germany,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and also at the American Institute for
five successive years, the gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen at our
ware-roon. By the introduction of improvements we make a still more perlecl Piano
Forte, and by manufacturing largely, with a strictly cash sjstero, are enabled to o tier
thee instruments at prices which will preclude all competition. .,,- M
PRICES : No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewoot. plain case 5275. rio. ,
Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding $300. No. 3, Seven Oc-ave,
round Corners, Rosewood Loui XIV style S325, a lac isirnile of jhe a!'
1VET CASH, 1IV CURRENT FUNDS.
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
July 13, 1864. ly. '
e'ctmhi clotuks uuisger.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
HF.LF.Jl V JUSTING WRINGER.
No Wood-Work to swell or split No
Thumb-screvs to .gel out of order -Warrantedwith
or without cog-wheels
XT look the first premium at fifty-seven
State and Count Fairs in 1863, and is
without any exception, the best Wriuger
ever made. Patented in the United States,
England, Canada, and Australia. Agents
wanted in every town, and in all pans of
the world. Energetic Agents can make
from three to ten"Dotlars per day.
Sample Wringers sent Express paid on
rpceipt of price.
No. 2, 56 50. No. 1, S7 50. No. F, S8.50.
No. A, S9.50. Manufactured ant sold,
wholesale ami retail, by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO ,
No. 13 Piatt S:'ei, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
A. H. FRANCISCUS, Agen',
- -What Everybody Knows, viz:
That, iron well galvanized will not rust.
That a simple mar'tine i better lhaa a
complicated one. That a Wringer shcnld
be self-adjusting, durable, and efficient.
That Thumb screws and Fastenings catie
dlay and trouble to reaulate and keep in
order. That wood soaked in hot water
will swell, shrink and split. 1 hat wood
bearings foi the shall to run in will wear
out. That the Putnam Wrii.ger, with or
without co:! wheels, will not tear the clothes.
That ma wheel regulators are not esrn
tial.. That the Putnara Wrinser has all the
a-lvantnges, and not ere of the disadvan
tages above named. That all who have
lestP.d it. nrononr.ee it the b'ft Wringer
ever ma('t. Thai it will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might fill thfl paper with testimoni
als, but insert only a few to convince the
skeptical, if such there be; and we say 10
all, lest Putnam's Wiinger. Test it thor
oughly with any and all others, and if not
entirety satisfactory, return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Gentlemen I know from practical
eieriei.ce that imn well galvanized with
lin,. vill nni oridize or rust one particle.
The Putnam Wrini'er is as near perfect as
pcsible, and 1 can cheerluiiy recorumeuu
it to be Ihe best in use.
JOHN' W. WHEELER,
Ma"3F year? experience in the galvaniz
ing business, ersU? mc to endorse the
above statement i". all parttenl:r.
JNO C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 Beekman St.
New York, January, 1864.
We have tested Putnam's Clothps Wring
er by practical working, and know that it
wijl do. It is che:ip, it is simple, it requires
no room whether at work or at rest; a child
can operate it It does its duty thoroughly.
Itsaves lime and it saves wear and tear.
We earnestly advise all who have much
washing 10 do, with all intelligent persons
who may have any, 10 buy this Wringer.
It will t'ay lor itself in a year a most.
Juiy 6, 1864, ly.
H. II. STGKNER,
E.IKE;: AM) C0XFECTI0NK11
nAS always on hand and for sale Fresh
BREAD, CAKES, and PIES;
Freuchaud Domestic Ccufecticns
in great and splendid variety ; Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually found in a first
class confectionery store.
He would call especia attention lo his
newly received stock of
" PICKLED fRUlTS, AND JELLIES.
Hviog recently fitted up anew and
, Ice Cream Saloon,
on the first floor, two doors weot of Eyer
& Moyer's Drng store, he is prepared Jo
wait upon hi many customers with FIRST
CLASS ICE-CREAM as chep as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parties,
and Ticnics with Ice Cream, Confectionery,
&.c. at reasonable rate.
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1S65.
THE undersigned desires to call atten
tion of the public to his facilities of obtain
ing Pensions, Bounties (Local anA Govern
ment) Bounty Lands for Soldiers,
Settlement of officer's Accountb, kc. Dis
charged Sol Tiers 01 their heir can get iheir
though generally they have ieceived part.
No charges for information, lior uuless
Office wi-h E. H. Little Esq., in white
frame building below Exchange Hotel.
C. B. BROCK WAY.
ti - r'7r!!"T".jrr f"T'mMi r
f J. V.
.JYew Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
fflHE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally,
that he has just received from the Eastern
Cities, a large assortment of
Fresh from the seat of Fashion, of all
sorts, sizes and quantities, which will be
sold cheap lor cash or country produce.
.z HATS A: CAPS
W BOOTS AXD SII0ES.y5
4 Together with a variety of no
lions and things too troublesome to numer
ate, to which he invites the attention of pur
chaser. He is also prepared to make us
clothing to order, on reasonable termp,
and up lo the latest fashions.
Ct"Calt and examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Rloornsbnrg, April 27, 1864.
O?3 it as? cs Da iraa-araiU
OF FALL AM) WINTER GOODS.
rgHE subscriber has just retnrned from
the cities with another large and select
Fall and Winter Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
si the lowest figure, and which he is deter
mined to sell on as moderate terms a? can
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi stock comprises
. DIES' DRESS GOODS,
of the chcicest styles and latest fashions,
toother with a large assortment of
DUY-GOODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS, IRON.
HOOTS 4-SHOES, HATS CAPS.c.
In short, everything usually kept in conn
try stores, to which he inv des he attention
of the public generally.
The highest" price will be paid for coun
try produce, in exchange for goods.
STEPHEN . H. MILLER.
Bioomsbutg, Oct. 12, 1864.
JAMES ROBINSON, &
Clock am! Watch tfalter
AND IMPORTER OF
AVntcbes, Jevreiry &Frettch Time-Pieces
ALSO. MANUFACTURER OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
GOLD SILVER STEEL SPECTACLES.
No. 1031 Market Street, below Elevuth.
PAILA DELPHI A.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry neatly r
paired at the-shortest notice.
Gildinc and Plating, of all descriptions,
done neatly to order.
f5 N. B. Masonic, Odd Fellow's and
other emblematic Marks, made aud En
graved to orJer.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FE&K Ol12 St A Ait Sir
3 1, ASSIES,
FRENCH, ENGLISH J1MERI-r-CA'
nr. nf K.
TACLE AND rSCKCT CUTLERY,
7: X Trj fr Tri-t For salt
AND MADE TU ORDER.
No. 1031 Market S reet, 3 J door below
Eleventh, North side.
March 26, 1865.
II Ii .11 E ilt T S A IAIO X
II. C. Christmas,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citi
zens of Bloomsburg and vicinity that
he lias just opened a new RefreshmentSa
loon and Confectionery Store, on Main-st.,
second door below the "American House,"
where he intends supplying all who may
give him their custom with FRESH OYS
TERS, Clam Soup, Sardines, Boiled Egs,
Ham, Tripe Pigs' Feet, Dried Heirina, &c.
He will alo keep on hand a superior ar
tide of DBA VG HT A LE, Porter, Lagerbeer,
and Sarsaparilla : together with a good as
sortment of Candies, Sweetmeats, Cakes,
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco. In connec
tion with this saloon he has fitted cp a La
dies' Department, where all who may de
tire can call for Oysters and Refreshments
and -will be free from all annoyances an
indecencies lhat ladies are 100 often ex
posed to in some of our best restaurants.
Don't fail to oive him a call.
H. C CHRISTMAN, Proprietor
Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 1864.
COKVKYAIVl'IKG, NEATLY AND
PROMPTLY DONE, by C. G. BARK-
II I ooiasbiirfr, Columbia Co.,
HMne suVfibjr, proprietor of the above
named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive orders), for .alt kinds of
machinery, for COLLER1ES, BLAST FUR
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESHIMG MACHINES, &c, &.c. ,
He is also prepared to make Sloven, all
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extansive facilities and practical
workman, warrant him in receiving the
largest contracts 611 the most reasonable
Crs Grain of all kinds will be takea ia
exchange for castings.
Ih? This establishmeni is located .Bear
'he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsbnra:, Sept. 9. 1863.
PENNSYLVANIA & ERIE RAILROAD
This great line traverse the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to
ihe city of Ere, on Lake Erie.
Il has been leased by the Pennsylvania.
Rail Road Company, and is operaied by
lis entire length was opened for pastes.
ger and freight business, Oct. I7ih, 1864.
Time of Passenger trains at Norlh'd .
Mail Train 10 16 P. ii.
Elmira Express Train, 11 27
L. Hiven, Ac'modaiion, 14 27 A. 11.
Mail Train, 4 26 A.aLL
Elmira Expres Train, i 18 "
Lock Haven Ac'modation 4 34 P. M.
. Passenger cars run through on Mail train
without change both ways between Phila
delphia Erie, and Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Mail T'tia
both ways between Philadelphia and Lack
Haven, and on Elmira Epxress Train btfc
ways between Williarasporl and Baltimore.
For information respecting Passenger
business apply at cor. 30 h and Market Sis..
Philadelphia. And for Freight bosiness.M
the Corrpany's Agent.
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Must
ket Street, Philadelphia.
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. M Drill, As't. N. C R. R.. Baltimere
H H. HOUSTON.
1 General Freight A 51. Phil a
H W. G WINNER,
General Ticket Agt. Phil'a.
JOS. D. POTTS,
General Manager, Williamtpart.
Feb. 22, 1865.
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
More Fresh Goods.
Just received at Henry Giger's Ntw
Store: -MOLASSES, SUGARS.
TEAS, COFFEE, RICE.SPICES,
FISH, SALT. RAISIN,
CANDIES, NOTINNs, Tors,
FEED AND PROYISIOXS,
Together with a great variety of notions
&c , too numerous to mention.
B UTTER, EGGS, MEJl T.
and Produce generally,, taken in exchange
for goods. The best market price will be
allowed. Give him a call.
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1865.
National Claim Agency,
HAR.VY 80 COLLINS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
TN order to facilitate the prompt adjusts
ment of Bounty, arrears of pay, Pen-ion
and other claims due soldiers and other
persons from the Government of the U. S.t
the undersigned has made arrangement
with the above firm whose experience and
cloe proximity to, and daily ir.tercoorse
with, the Department, as well a the early
knowledge acquired by ihem of the decis
ions frequently being made, enable then
to prosecute claims more effectually thia
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do.
All persons entitled to claims of the above
description can have ihem properly attend
ed to by calling on me and entrusting them
to my care. ' W.. WIRT,
Agent for Harvy & Collins.
Bloomsburg, August 10, 1864.
Estate of Geo. John, deceased-, Scott Toxcnshty.
f ET7ERS Testamentary on the Estate of
George John, late of Scott township,
Columbia county, deceased, have been,
"ranted by the Register of said County, to
Martha Ann John and Garoline S. Dewitt,
residing in said township. All persons
having claims against the estate of tbe de
cedent are requested to present them for
settlement, and those indebted to Ihe
slate will make payment forthwith to
MARTHA ANN JOHN )
April 5, 1865 S3.
To Nerveous Sufferers.
' A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous
Debility, Incompetency Premature Decay,
and Youthful Error, actuated by a desire
to benefit others, will be happy to furnis
to all who need it, (free of charge,) the
recipe and direction, for making the sim
ple remedy used in his case. Snfferers
wishing to profit by the advertisers bad ex
perience, and possess a sure and valuable
remedy, can do bo by addressing him at
once at his place of business. The Recipe
and full information of vital importance
will be cheerfully sent by remrn of mail.
Address- JOHN B. OG D EN.
No 60 Nassau Street, New York.
P. S. Nervous Sufferers of both sexea
will find this information Invaluable.
April 12, 1865 3mo.
The Spring Session of my School will
open on Tuesday the 1 8th inl., in the
Basement of the German Reformed Church.
All the branches oi a liberal English Edu
cation will be tanght. Prices will range
Irom S3 to S6 per quarter of eleven weeks.
Instructions will be given in any of the
fancy branches, and also on the Forte Piano
ELE0N0RA I. LESCHER.
Bloomsbuig, April 5th, 1865.
The Bridal Chamber. ,
A note of warning and advice to those
suQeriug with Seminal Weakness, General
Debility, or Premature Decay, from what
ever cause produced. Read, ponder, and
reflect! Be wi&e in lime.
Sent FREE to any address, for the bene
fit of the afflicted. Sent by return mail.
JAMES S. BUTLER.
429 Broadway, New York.