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ST A II OF THE NORTH
TtHM-S ABOUT TWK & COOTRY.
VVKDNESDAY NOV 15.1865.-
Communications Irom oor cortrioutor.
Filo, will appear in our n6Xl.
' Hon H. W. Tract, M C., will please ac
cept oar thanks for valuable public docu
ments recieved thi week.
Prospectus ol Clarks School Visitor can
bo seer, in another cotoraa. Read it. The
little work is interesting.
Lrgc additions are being weekly made
lo onr lit of subscribers To those friend
who are assisting us iti the mailer we are
ready to reciprocate the hdh.
Thank-givisc Dat. Governor Cchti has
appointed the 7th day of December next,
to be observed as Thanksgiving day in .this
State. Wb publish his proclamation ic
We are prepared to execute anj kind of
job, in our line, that may bo required iu this
section of the country, upon horl notice
ant) as neat us can be done in the county
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Thk Local Senate to ee rkviv ku. The
first meeting ol the present ses'ion of ihe
Local Senate will te held in' the Academy
oo Friday Evening, the 17th ;nst. The
public are cordially invited 10 attend.
Th firm of Waterman &. Beaver, of Dan
ville, have purchased the Fulaski Furnace,
itaated about three miles from the above
named place, and intend to start the little
rolling mill as toon as a sufficient quantity
of iron can be manufactured.
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Wa would direct attention to now a.ver-
tisement acdea to ine nsi oi c;ienu bie,
in this paper. Some vainab!e tracts and
messuages of land aro advertised.
llio majesty tha Revenue Assessor in
vites those whom he calls "the vanquished"
to come to him wi h their mouths in the
dust that they ''all might have a good laugh.
mjpihur " ilmnciieiice !1 tarj lofl ua
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Pharisee' accept the invitao! and take a
I ,-,a:.h,sl Dr in in Assort office t
-.rude' with the Dr. in ihejlirj ohue .
'.t , mrrTi. owd for sale
n rrfc.-uii l l
The youn' pup
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i fnlt htocded. and i 1 maiie un excenent ,
hnniini- tna. Far (LltltLr DBIiictt'SrS i Ti C Te
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at thi ofiice.
W were shown a turnip, a few days
irce which measures twentf-foor inches ,
' i Tht s.r ,r raUflit i
in ctrcomlerence. Ihis moi.er was ratseu
on me larm oi nvw 4. ii, h; :
In the early p trt of the present month,
no ts than three accidents oceurre.l in o ie
j .h.r.,.,.;!;!!.! rSul.in. ia ,
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considerable loss of pr.iper y, but fcrlunat
1 without the loss of a single life.
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v K are now ci wj i"r-" ,
r known as
'lii.Jian Summer," and
roon expect to button our overcoats fur a ,
piercing cold blat. Firmer!, and gardeners
should be busily engaged during thie weath
er making preparations for winter.
Lmai. Nicwi. Our friend throughout the
country will confer a faor by ending
account ol locl occurrences in thair dtiler
ent oeiahborhood. It i our desire to have
the Star contain not only a full report of
town iiewi, but of the country surrounding.
Etans &l Hartman aJveriise their large
fctock of clothing in this paper. They are
zteusive dealers in the clothing line.
Read their advertisement and become ac
quainted with their business, and then go to
their nore and boy what you desire iu this
PtcJoHrt, the editor who claims to be
the noldier'a friend, having recently been
appointed Reenae Assessor ol tfcia dis
trict requirea the tiervicet of a clerk ; ami
while in his paper he continue to call for
tbe appointment of soldiers to position, be
engages a home guard who never showed
bis bravery, except when, opon the return
of a company of volunteers from service,
be mustered sufficient courage to boldly
insult many of those veterans, who were
Democrats, by eingieg: "Down with the
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Tns Bloomsbnr? Brass Dand appeared on
Main S'reet, on Thursday evening last, and
gave its first poblic performance. They
played several popular airs very well, con
sidering the short lime they have practiced.
After they had ceased playing, tha assem
bled crowd expressed their approbation, by
giving three vociferous cheers.
New Hitort We bave long desired lo
ee a Histokt or thz War that is cot con
taminated with politics and seditions mat
tsr. Here we bave one written by Thomas
P. Kettkll, a talented and vrell-inown an
thor in literary circles. It is devoid of all
political sentiment and strictly historical in !
ftjle. Tbe publishers have evidently d3
aired to put forth a work that would come
within the reach and soil the tastes of all; as
ibey have spared no pains to make this a
first-class history, having carefoiiy revised
and corrected all mistakes and deficiencies
throoghout the whole work since the first,
impressions were lakent which was as early
as May 15th 1865, besides haviog entirely
excluded politics from its pages. The price
it reasonably low for so complete a work of
this kind. It is published in one volume,
"making it convenient for library and family
wS3. It a'o contain! qnite a number of
fcandaimely execnted ateel engnvings of
czt ttoet prominent Generals. We hope
car citizens wiif, generally, subscribe for
lh.;3 work, as the Agent iaa retorned Soldier
who barely escaped with bis life in rebel
The Botchers of .par town take, among
all the sharks of Elcomsborg, the lead in ex
orbitance.1 S'ameful and exorbitant as ilia
prices of groceries are. the value placed op
on beef, at retail, by onr botchers, is the
most extravagant. We are asked to pay 25
cents per pound for every elice of beef pur
chased, and if we wish to have a quarter,
17 cents is the demand.
In the Borough cf Danville, only ten mile
from here, and in a neighborhood not as
well supplied with stock cattle, the beet
beef is telling, in small quantities, at 20 cts.
per ponnd trade or 18 cts. cash. There the
first qualities of beef may - be bought in
abundance, by the quarter, at 10 cts. pound.
Our people should give some attention to
the imposition of botchers, and if oecessary
make arrangements to cause a redaction of
The capital landlord of the ' Berwick
House" came pretty nearly losing a pair of
new boots not long since. A coopld of
'tramps" stopping there over night, con
cluded, opon leaving, to frreza fast lo a
pair of the landlord's boot. They took
their leave with the boots, and succeeded
in geiting to Danville where tbey were
overtaken, and the property recovered. The
camps made their escape soon after their
capture and have not since been seen in
An I ndepr Bdent Democratic Dnily.
Weekly utiil semi-Weekly evpupcr.
After focr years of civil war forced cpon
the peopls of lhee United States by iha
i violurice of sectional parties, we now en
ter upon a ne w era of unity and of prog
ress. North and South, a oordial co-operation
of u!l honest men is needed to re
pair the waste of war, t.- establish our
Peace through the iriurrj ii cf sound con-f-tit
litiotraf principles i.i the administration
cf h" government, ar.-.i nur Unity bv guard
ing all thai makes Uftion desirable.
The great Democratic party, -those his
tory in the past is the history of private
prosperity, of tPtritorial extension, and of
puM.C order in America, Hands now, as it
j has ever stood, the Party of the Nation, J
superior to p!1 sectional pas?ion ir. its loy-i
ln of J
t.ie liberties of ihe individual citizen. Once
more its voice will b heard, once more ;
its aitnerents win De rallied to its time
tior.crcd s'andards in evry city and lovn
ot the Northern ai.d Eobtherri Sta;es.
To the prinrlples cf ihe great Democratic
Party of the N..t:on. The World has bon:
firm witnes thronghoat the ordeal of civil j
v.ar. It hill notf b. devoted to Hie not I
; its arduous la.-;; of aor.lt in' thnf r,r:n-i
les arduous la.-I; of applt in' thn-e prin-i
, r - n - - i -
ctpies n ine fo.atioa ol the many and'
' -'lfv quottons-fiaancial, social, poht- !
, . h f.om np0;, us w'i(h 'r'e,UM ,
i of peace. Faithful f the rel iraerssrs of !
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ei.iii)ri, 11 win I'fennmeu l1 v ine prm
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d blinded hv :hft rrr.rs.ir.Li
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That the prir.cir.lr:. of American Democ- I
racy should thus be ottered, with no weak
or nncertain voice, I: ere in the rea' metro
pjl'tta': cetit.-'r of American enierprise and
coirrnerce, is a matter of such irr.porta-.c3
10 citizen as must recommend Tha
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World to the co-operation :ind suppoa of
gn0l nian m all (-ectiens ot iii3 Union
af-rompiisa will contribute 'o make T!e
WorlJ r.-hat it is our resolve that 11 shall !
coi.t'.i.ue to be ihe Bs;t New-paper of ihe
"1 . I
uorrtpsicu: cnrresponoer.ts at every com- j
mercial and political center of both hemis j
p'-ers, who. ire ahvays in-;ruc;ed 10 make
i:,e ires; aru
1 irfimril! 11 rif
promptest use ot the tele-
rarif:, w.it Iceeji our readers fu!i inlorrrted
ill lli iluinnl flli.l ll'a nrnnuaj . I . .. I
in all parts of I ha globe.
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The Daily World afl.rd a complete com
pendium of, and commentary upon the
new ot every day.
The ?emi Weekly World is a lare quar
to sheet, same sze as Daily, coiitai'iin all
its nevs, corre-pondenee, edtforial, com
mercial and market i!e.,s, cattle market
aud provision leports, and a tresl and en
tertaining miscelirtri'v of literature. Pub
lished Tue-djy and Friday.
The We-kly World, a I ires quarto sheet
panr.e si;:e as Daily, has now the largest
circulation of any weekly journal publish
ed save one. Its extraordinary success
since its union with the New York Arus
has justified the most liberal expenditures,
which will make it unrivaled in interest
ard value to tanners. Published Wednes
day. 1. The market reports embrace the New
York, Albany, Bririton ami Cambridge
live clock market-; the New York coun
try produce and general produce markets ;
special and valuable hop intei!:;ence ; a
department ct ojdncuhural reading : an
ether composins an unrivalled ""hand I
book of current information for the farmer,
live stock or produce dealer, the country
2. Its reading for the family circle em
braces the freshest and best siones, poetry,
religious reading, etc.
3. lis digest ol Ihe news is not, like most
city weklifs, a mere waste basket of the
daily ; only matters of interest and impor
tance are chr.en Irom the daily, while the
mas of it contents are prepared especially
for ihe weekly.
In every post cfHce disfrtct thers should
be found some active, public spirited dem
ocrat, who will confer h benefit upon us,
his neighbors, and the cause, by making
a determined effort to form a cfub of fonr,
ten, twenty, or fifty for the Weekly World,
at oar greatly reduced rates.
GREAT REDUCTION IN TERMS.
O.ie copy rite year by nail, SlO 00
Ona copy one year, S 4 00
Focr copies ens yeaf, 10 (JO
Ten copies one year, 20 CO
One copy one year, S 2 00
Four copies one year, 7 oo
Ten copies, one year, 15 00
Twenty copies, one year, to one ad
dress, 25 60
Fifty copies, one year to one address JO 00
An extra copy of the Weekly ediiion
furnisheed to clubs of twenty or more.
For clubs of fifty the Seni-Weekly, m.d
for clubs of one hnnr.red the Daily, will be
sent to getter up ol a club.
Addition? may be made to clubs at any
time daring ihe year at the regular club
Changes from club lists can only be
made by request of the person receiving
the club packages. All such requests
most name the edition, pot-ofnce, and
state to which it has previously been sent,
and inclose twenty five cents to pay for
changing to seperate address. -
Orders for any of ihe editions of The
World may be sent by mail, and should
inclose Post office Money Order or Bank
draft for amount (less the discount). We
have no authorized traveling agents. Mon
ey sent by mail will ba at the risk of the
Lackawanna & Sleonsbnrg It. R-
TWO ASLY TKAHNS.
ON or.d ailer Monday, December 2G:h,
1864, Passenger Trains will ran as fol
STATIONS. MAIL. ' PASSENGTl.
Northumberland, 8.00 AM" 6 00pm
10 25 J? Ji
12 15 P M
6 40 "
l-.ca vc Southward.
I ! rribwrrr.
6 00 a rn 4 20 p m
G 30 5 00
C 15 5 45
7 00 5 30
7 55 6 41
8 35 7 30
9 05 8 2q
9 25 8 25
10 00 9 15
10 43 10 CO
6 30 pm 2 00 am
1 20 1 25
5 40 7 CO '
9 05 10 3 5
5 40 5 00
The thortest and most direct route to the
West and the Oil listeria 1
Tia'.ns cf the Philadelphia and Erie Rail
read laava Northumberland every mourn
ing for Erie, arriving there the afternoon of
ihe same day to connect with Trains t"r
Buffalo. Cleveland, Chicago, And ail other
J points West, connecting ai Corry with ail
Frains on tne Oil Creek uaiiroad.
Passi'njr-Ts for Train 3, can leave New
York via The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western R. R. at 9 00 A. M., thereby
reaching all poiir.s en this Road the same
II. A. FONDA, Sunt.
Kingston Dpc 20, 164.
corti?r Tenth and Che-t.iul Streets,
The most complete ad thrrocghly ap-
pin,ed business uommeiciai L-ouege in
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. 7 V"""
Legislative Charter, and the only one in
Ui)i!Pj States authored to confer Degrees
of Merit. Diplomas awarded to grac.uates
t n I i- a Cr T rr. i rrm I Prill f fif 11 ni'Pf II 4 MI nil.
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ra'e sea! by acthority of law
. - , -.i r i:t, l .. .i..
cation and extensive experience in business
atid affording unequalled alvar.taes lor the
thorough theoretical and practical educa
tion of yemng men for the aricus duties
and employment ol buine-s life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a sy'.m cf
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
ori-;nal ar;d pre-eminently practical, g:v
ins the sfident in the shortest time a com-
pletc insight into the routine, details ens
t-s ai L-rrr.3 of bu-iness n general, a?
cor.docted in the best reflated coramer-
cial arid financial establishments
j THEORETICAL UOOKEEEIMNG
Upon a new plan, with an original exposi-
tion of t.e science of accounts, arranged
and pnbli-hed by the proprrtor of this I.i
' stito'ion e.vtIuiveIy for his own use, eav
l in one-half the ordinary labor of iiia s.u
t!er;t. and tiiirs l.'im a complete know!-ed-e
cf ttie practice ol the best account-
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE.
Bookkeeping, Commercial Arithrneric, Pen
manship, Business Correspomlence,
Commercial Law, Lectures on Ba
titiess A flairs, Commercial
Customs. Form-, and Ac
tual Business Prac-
Algebra and the Higher Mathematics, Pho
nography, Orn3menia! Penmanship, the
Art of Delecting Counterfeit Money,
Ensineering, Surveying Naviga
tion and Teiesraplimg.
The arrangements for Telegraphing are
far in advance of anything of the kird
ever offered to the publie. A regular, Tel
e2raph L'ne is connected win lite In?titu
li'ui wish twenty brances iti various parts of
the city, where public bt:sir;e-s is iran-act-e.d.and
in which the students cf this Ins.i-
tution are permitted to practice. No regu
lar office practice can be had in any oilier
school oi instruction in the country, with
out which no o.ie can obtain a pr.siti in
a practical operator. Young men are cau
liot.ed against the deceptive presenta
tions of those wbo, without any such fa
cility's, pretend lo insert Telegraphing.
Thi instil Hiot. is now enjoying the lar
gest patronage ever bestowed upon any
cotrrr.ercial school in the State. 0-er five
hundred students were in attendance the
fust year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. The be:-t class of student
may invariably be found here, and ail its
associations are tirst clas-.
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
The it.stiiuiion i 1 cate.i in ;he mo i-fii-ral
part ot the city, and Us aceomo.t.i'ion.
for extent, elegance and convenience, are j
i'tsi:rpassed. - AM toe rooms nave uen
fifed iii in ihe very bst -tl with
BUSINESS OFFl'CES OR COUNTING
HOUSES, TELGRAFH OFFICES,
STATIONERY Si ORE
ai.d a regular
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with fir.eiy engraved liitiographic j
no e used as a circulating meuiam hi ine
Depart ment of Actual Business.
TO YOUNG MEN who desire a PRAC
TICAL EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS, we
guarantee a course of instruction no where
eUe equalled, while the reputation and
sanding of the institution among business
men make its endorsement the best pass
pert to success and advancement. AH con
templating entering any commercial Ccl-I-ge,
are invited to send for an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR AND CATA
LOGUE containing complete interior views
of the College, and foil particulars of ihe
course ol instruction, terms, fcc.
L. FAIRBANKS, A Mf
T. C. SEARCH, Special Teacher and
Snpt. ol Office Business.
Nov. 1, 18651 yr
CURED of Nervous Debility, Premature
Decav, mid the effects of youthful in
jiscreLionj will be happy to furnish others
with the means of cure, tree cf charge.)
O HERE AS the-JIonorablo Wni. Ill r. 1 1 .
Piesideul Jutlce ol the Court of Oyer
and Terminer and General Jail Delivery,
Court of Qjarter Sessions of the Peace, an J
Court cf Common P.esand Orphans.Conrt,
in the SGlh Jccficial District, compose J of
the countiesr.f Columbia, Sullivan and Wy
oming, nrul the Hons. Stephett Baldy and
John McReynolds, Aosociale Judge- ot Co
lumbia CO., have isr-ued their precept, bear
ing date one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-five, and to me directed fcr noldins a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Juil delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms
bor;, in the county of Columbia, on the first
Monday, bein- the 4th day of Dec. next,
and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables of the
said County of Columbia, that they be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon of said day, with their
records, inquisitions and other remembran
ces to do thoie tnings which to their ofriee
appertain to be done. And these that aro
bound by recognizes, to prosecute against
ihe prisoners that are or may be in the Jail
of aid county ol Columbia, to be then and
there to prosecute ttien as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, agreeably to ihir notice, daed
at Bloornst nrg, the SOth day o 'Oct., in ihe
year of cur Lord one thousand tight httiulred
a:.d sixty-fifth atid in the eichty-r.imh e.ir
of the Independence of U.e United States of
America. (Goa sate t'te Coinrnonweulth.)
Sr.erin's Ofiice, ) S ierifl.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 1, 1S65. J
GRAND JURORS FOR DECEMBER
Ben ton William Apple man.
Brlarcreel: Stephen Mich hp I.
Bor. Berwick Paul Kiikendall
Beaver Simon S.'iclier.
Centre John J Ilagenbuch.
Hemlock Mathia Appleman, David
Armstrong, Reuben Bogart.
Jdckbon J'io. Mciietiry, jr., Elisha Rub
bins, I ram Derr.
Moritoar Lloyd Paxfon, Samuel Gi-iT.
MaJi.-or. Elisha B. Hartmaii, Alien Wat
son. Maine John A. Siiumaa.
Orans"- M. 1. Hayhursi, John Mfjarjpl.
Scott 1 homas v
J. Cob C'osseu.
Edger, Jacob Keiier.
Sucarlnaf Davi 1 Lewis, Simrtel Fri',7.
TRAVEKSE JURORS FOR DECEMBER)
Beaver Andrew isheman, John Shu
man. lier.ton Philip Sliultz, Cei)jamin Rozell,
Briarcreek Henry Dei tie rick.
Bloom Henry Ohl.
Catawissa Camper Rhan, John Ri'lsr.
Centre Pelr Delong, Geo. Low, Steph
en lliwon, Henry Shaffer.
Conyngfiam F. R. Wohlfortli.
Franklin Jeese Mensch, Jackson Clea
ver. Fishingcreek Charles Ash. Saavl Yost.
Greenwood Ernariuel Conner, Robert
Robouis, Josiah Klme, John Leggott, Wm
Hrmlrck Jacob H.-.rris. Reu. II. Guild.
Jackson I If nry Hi:r!e man
Locus: Aaron Lewi. Peter Bitner, Wes
ley Ferry, Hiram Cool. Peter Sen wank
'Montour Daniel Kashusr, John Deii-t-jrtik
Maine Daniel iN'us?-,
Jisor; William Kreamer.
Orange John Fi-her, Cjrus aiII?r.y,
Cornelius Bellas, Samuel Everett.
Iiorfri.igcreek John C. Meyers, Peter
Gearl'art. Josiah Rl;cd?s, Samuel liatick.
Sugarloaf Pailip Hess, George Moora.
Seott Uiiliam Garr.eo.i, Elias Ivr:
William M. Ent.
LIST OF CAUSES FOR DECEMBER
TERM. A. D. 1S55.
1. Rachel Morgan by h?r next fiienj Wm
M. Hmgland vs RlcharJ Morgan.
2. Wm. Longenbergsr 6c Ja. McAlarny
Ex", of Geo L' ger.berger dee'd et ai
vs Hr.gh W. McLeynoiJs et a!
Stephen Baldy vs
Cataw 1-sj, v. idtan
sport : Erie R R. Company.
4. EMail McMurt.ie Indorsee cf Aaron
J . . . . r
Wolf vs Christian Wolf
5 Jacob Harris vs Pe'er Jacoby.
G Russel P. Stucker vs Wm. Ikeler.
7. Jonas Fahringer Jr v Eman'l Asl.tm.
8. Wm. L. L-irce vs Ilarrnan G. Creveling.
9. Wm. L. Lance vsTho. Creveling et ai.
10. Jacob Bucks Exrs. vs Jes-o Buck.
11. Jacob Shurnaa s ilie Catawissa Rad
Amos W. Creamer vs i.ncch Ho
Hugh McReynolds v.- Peter Client.
Anios W. Creamer vs Enoch Howell.
Adam Peitter'tc-h vs Jere. Jacoby.
Beni. Wertrnan vs ivliles A. Williams.
17. Grr.rgo A. Herring vs Peter iU.ler.
B F. RigharJ vs(,-eo l attcfson, et ai.
Aaron Bloom vs lieu ban Si ter.
Jacob Rernlv vs the Caiawi.-sa Raii
John Michael, jr , vs John JFicha?!, sr.
Buiiti, Raiguel, ii Co. vs L-vi Kutz.
Mathias Tronsue. vs ihe iwp. of Sott.
Anna Barbara Deighmilier, vs Henry
25. The Commonwealth cf Penn at the
relation of H. R. Kline, et ah, vs Wes
ley Bowman, ct al.
20. Adrnini.-irators of Joseph Paxton, dee'd
vs Wiliiani L Laree.
27. Hemlock t-.vp. rs Elias Deitterich.
. OLD DOCTOR I-UtH ANrS Dror.kard's
Cnre nerinaneni'v f radicates the la-ie f-r
s-rong drink, aiui cures the
wiril cue of '
Hri-rlron:;e.! ir. less than ti 'hi Wtilrs, ' .
Tlu.uatid of relo.n.e l inebriates now j
iivetoLU-s the day they were fortunate
e-.oo-h to cotnmence the u;e of tin valua-
tie remedy. I nee two dear a pat-sage.
w....Ca ,a . ' IQ c p r .- I
order, by JAMES S. LL I Lhu,
429 Broadway New York.
Sole Ag't lor the U. S.
August 9, 1S65. 2m.
Eslule cf Curislena Eisner, late of
Ma dis on towns h ip .
j. ETTERS testamentary on lha cstata of
Christena Kisner, late of Madison twp ,
Columbia county, have been granted by
the Reiter of said county, to Samuel
Kisner,aof Greenwood township. All per
sons having claims against the esta'e of
the decedent are requested to present them
for settlement lo ihe Executor ; and those
indebted to the ef tale will rnke payment
wiihoui delay. SAMUEL EISNER,
Oct. 13, 1KG5 S3. Lxecutor.
LADIES and Gentlemen: If you wish tit
marry you can do so .iddesing me. I
will seti'i y ou, without money and without
price, valuable information, that will ena
ble you lo marry happily and speedily,
irrespective of age, wealth or beauty. This
information will cost yon nothing, and if
you vri-h to marry, I will cheerfully as-ist
you. Alllei'.ers strictly confidential. The
desired information sent by return rnait
attd co reward asked. Please inclose posl-
PROSPECTUS. FOR 1800.
Splendid Airiiy of Talent.
In entering upon the third year of its ex
istence, the proprie'ors ot this new maga
zine beg leave lo ofler their thanks to the
ladies of America for tho liberal support
already extended 10 them. Few magazines
have boasted during their second year of a
list of r early Twenty-five thousand names.
The Lady's Frietid will continue to be
devoted as reretofcre to choice literature
and ihe illustration of the fasr.'nns. It will
contain the latest patterns of Cloak-, Cap,
bonnets, hestddrese, fancy work, em
broidery, &c , with receipts, mucic, and
other matters interesting lo ladies. The
mnc',i; alone is worth more than the cost
of the whole magaz'mp, the pieces being
selected by Prof. Getze from the eapacious
repository of that widely kno wn and enter
prising firm, Messrs. Lee & Walker.
The Lady' Friend i elite.', by Mrs.
Henry Peterson, m;if0"d by the follow
ing brilliant corps of contributors.
Florence Percy, Mf- Bella Z Spencer,
Mrs. L C. Moulton, Annie F K-nt
Mrs. M. F. Tucker, Frances H Sheffield,
ML-s El. C. Doi.neMy.Carrie E Meyer
J.iliaGiil. Ma'tie Dyer Bri'ls
Mrs. Eliza S. Tnrner.E Margaret tarr,
Frances Lee Pra'.t
Mis P. II. Phelps
Mrs M. C P)le
Emma B Pipley
Miss A L Muzzy,
Mrs II A Hevdon
Emiiie Lester Lesgh
Miss II S Corey
Mrs M A Deni-on
C;it!i M. Trowbridge,
Mary J. Allen
Virginia F TowuseridM iss A Foresiier,
Beatrice Colonna J. L. 1.
Mrs Mandrel HosmerCiara A't2n'a
Miss L W Tapoau Mrs Anna Bache
S;.rah J Ramsey
Mrs L. J. Rittetihouse
T J Chambers
Ivlary H Cox,
Addie E SuitoT
And other talented
Hfln M Pratt
Pf.ila II Chase
Edwin R Mr in
Caroline A Bell
Harris B-, rtie
Emma M Johnson
Minnie W May,
A beautiful Se! Fancy Ivigraving and
a superb colore J steel tahion pla'f wtil
illustrate every numtjer; besides well exe-
cuied wood cuts, ll;ll
ion-, fancy work, &.c.
rative ot tiie ian
SEWING MACHINE PREMIUM.
In ordpr to enable ladies to procure a fi rsi
quality Sewing Machine at very little out
lay, vve tr:akc the following liberal offer.:
We will give one of WHEELER & WIL
VO.NS Celebrated Sewing Machines, the
regular price of which is FIFTY-FIVE
DOLLARS, on the following terms :
I. Twenty copies of the Lady's Friend,
one vear, and the Sewing Machine, S70 00
II. Thirty copies, one year, and the
S-wing Machine, 3 CO
III. Forty co, lies, one year, and the
Sewing Machine, 1C0 00
In the first of the above club, a lady
can gel twenty subscriber at ihe ruul.ir
price of two dollars an I fifty cents a copy,
ai.d then t y sending c:i the-e subscriptions
and Twenty Dallars In addit'tos, will get a
Machine lls.it he cannot buy
my where for
its than Liity-five t'ol.ars
If f!ifi 1,'PtS
thirty Sub-cribers and
sver.ty five Dollars
add ten dollars to
mk will or.lv have (.
Wiiilc il she gets
i.r y fiib-
Ecribcrs at the regr.hr
rr.ee, ti.e .
her machine fcr notnit g.
Tiie Magazine wtil be cr. o Jl.Teiei.t
pc-t ofTtttes iT desired. The r.atre? and
-rrncy thou!.', be forwarded ss r.ipid.'y a3
obtained, iti order I b at the subscribers mrty
begin to receive their magazines at ones,
a id not becomo di.-.-ati-fied with '.ltd delay.
When ths who!? amount cf rrortey is re
ceive.!, V.3 Sewing Machine will Le duly
The Clubs may bo partly composed of
subscribers to the 'SutarJa) Eve;.n,g Pom'
In a:i cures .!.? Machine sent will be the
regular Wheeler oc WiI-o::! No. 3 Ma-hivs.
them in New York, bo:.eJ, and
forwarded free of cos
with the exception
TERMS: Onr tsrtns ars the sr. me a
those of ii:at well known weekly paper the
Saturday Evening Post in order lliat the
Clubs may be made up of the piper and
magazine cor.j nntly when il is to dctelred
and a:o as follows :
One copy o::e year,
Two copies one year,
Four ccpies cr.e year,
Eight copies one year,
and one to get-
ler up ol cbib,
Twenty rrj ies one year, and cne to
getter up cf club. 35 00
One copy ot the Lady's Friend and
one of the Post, 4 00
Single numbers of the Lady's Friend
(postage paul by u) twenty-five cents.
S josc nber in Bri i-h Norih America
niu-t remit twelve ret is in addition tr. trie
anmal subscription, a- we have lo repay
the Uuiiad Stales po-'age.
The contents ct the L-idy' Frie-.l r.rd of
the Fojt will always ; "ntir-lv difT--rent.
Address, DEACON Si PETERSON,
No. 319 Walnut si., Ph iladelp'.i i.
Speri n.en copies wid be sent to these
desirous of 2pituig u, Clubs, cr. the reccip
of fiheen c-n s.
October IS, I?6..
THE VERY FLA ITER1NG UPFORT
fi-'ft-tfti"- givfi i.i i.v.e I ite finn cl JAM r.
Mi-.NINCH U CO., indnces tlie under-
signed to .y. er upon the batus of
o a fomwliat Iiew pUn. The crei!lI
h b j to both buyer
and eelier, and iheretj-e
t- t- r r
JA.'ilib te- .TaCit i3i 1 L
propo-es lo open on the 13Ti Jay of tne
month cf November, A. D. 1S65, in
THE MOST COMPLETE .INI)
ELEGANT STOCK OP
EVER OFFERED IN THIS COUNTY;
consisting of every variety and quality of
staple and fancy good-,
GROCERIES. C.UEENSWARE, HARD
WARE, and ail son of arndes kept in a country
More ; i te sold
OR IN EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF
Hit: whole business to be conducted on
the sy stem of pay as you go; and ai rheap
er rales ihau any other house. Call and
iudge for yourselves.
J " JAMES S. McNINCH.
November 8, 1S65.
, MORO PHILLIPS'
Super-Phosphate of Lime. Bough
iSon-s Raw Done Phosphate, in large
, f , , - - -1, ,., I, 1 m " TV' I -
Terrible Excitement !
IN LIGHT STREET,
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
On cco!Uit cfl Hie T'cir
Arrival of S'AII & Winter
GREJl T RED UCTION IN PRICES
ETAS just received from the eastern cities
-"-2- and is now opening at the old eland
a splendid assort n;enl of
ly-L s is cs Da ea m cL 2. ea ess a
which will be sold eheap for
CASH Oil COUNTKY PRODUCK I
His stock consits of Ladies Dres Goods,
choicest styles and latest fashions.
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS, &C.
COTTON A DES,
IvENTUCK Y JEANS
Q U E ENS WA lUlf " ' 53
COOTS 1M SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage cf his old friends, and
the public generally, is ie? p2c:fo!y to
The hiliest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER EICT.
L'i'h' Street. O:'. 4, 1SK5.
Jtii I lev's Store.
rsMIE subscriber has just returned from
the cities with another large and eieet
Fall and Winter Goods,
purchased 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 Mock comprises
LJl DIE'S DRESS GOODS
of ihe c!tcicet .ylfs and lalesi fashions,
together with a large assonmeiii of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
AND V LISTINGS.
QUEHNS W A RE. CE D A IL V A Ii E,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON
BOOTS SHOES, HATS CAPS.J-c.
In shoit. everyilnng usually kept in conn
try stores, to which tie invites the attention
ol the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for coun
try produce, in exchange for good.
STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg. O; t. II, 165.
Ya ii Gnal httndry.
nioossivbnrj Coltimijia Co.,
TJT'.nc fuLsrRjjr. proprietr.r cf the above
-- named citensive establ'shmpnt, is now
prepared to receive rrders lor rll kind
mar h:r.ery, for COI.LERI ES, BLAST F
NAf FS STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESH IMG MACHINES, &c, Ls.
lie is also preparaJ lo maka Stoves, a!i
sizoa an I paiterns, Plow-irons, r.rt J every
thing untal'y rr.a'Je in tir?:-c!ass Foundries
H'S ex:ar.-iv3 ta-jilities and practical
.vnri: in n, wasront him in receiving site
Lirgest t'watrac'.d on the most reasonable
I G.vn of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
CT" Tim PsMblisjimerd is located r.ear
tlte Lackawanna Railroad D.'poi.
Ri.-o-n-bnrz, Sept. 9. 1PR3.
THE Courtly Cctrmis-ioriers will receive
proposal? at the the house of John L Hurst,
in Slabiow.t, Columbia County, Letween
;hn hours r f 10 A M. and V. M.. on SAT
URDAY, THE 2d DAY OF DECEMBER,
n-Jit, lor building an Arch Covered Bridge,
over Roari.igcr ek, near G. W. Parr's Mui.
in Franklin township. Said bridge to Le
)7 iee; between abut merits; width 16 leet
The abu'mern- :ife already built, except al
tering tr.ee for Skewback. Pint and ope
c.tii-aticn can 1 1 sven on ihe itay Mid place
d let.ir.g'. By ordsr cf lha Com'r
IL C. FRUIT,
BloomsJarg. Nov. 3, IS'jj.
C ie r i
rs a . . ml t- T1
ti BLOOMSBURG, PA.
THE UNDERSIGNED ha- ju-t opened a
ii- Store in SCH1YES BUiLDING MAIN
STREET, liioor.i sbu r?, P.i., w'tic h he ba3
liileJ with a I'.r-t ti iss assortment of
23 sJGl 'JD CD 522 o
of ..II descriptions, and
GIIOCEiliiCS EiARDVARi: A?iD
in the n-uil v.uiety.
Also FLOUR and FEED supplied at the
lowest inurket prices. lie re-pectlully so
licits a fair shau ol patronage.
JAMES K. EYER.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 8, 180j -ti.
CERTIFICATE No 514, dated August
6;h, 1359, for Six Shares of the Preferred
S ock cl the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg
Ratiioad Company isued to me, having
bf-en lo.-t, this is to canlion all persons
against purchasing the same, as I hfcve ap
plied for a new certificate.
CORN ELI US J. SPRAGUE,
Dos 2637, N. Y. City
Nov. 1, 1865 4 w.
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY,
Bounties, Back-pen, Pensions, -c.,
Special attention paid to matters arising
undt-r ill-; Internal Revenue Liws.
OFFICE, Fourtn door be!o' American
House.'' MOOMSBURG, Pa.
November R. 18(55.
Notice lo 'A'respasscrs.
THE Jnndersigred, farmers and land
owners, Jof Orange township, Columbia
county, do hereby caution all persons
againet hunting or in anywise trespassing
on their lands, thus making themselves
subject to the penalties of the law, which
TIIE PIKE NIX i v
C''rt w vow i
The Phonix Pei
w1' t-- iora!;or compoari
Syrop of WildCherry end eneka bnaL
Root, will cure lite Diseases ot ihe Ihro
Lund Lungs, such as colds, coughs, croorf
rAcihma. t.rnncli il i. ratarrb. sore ihrn.
hoarseness, whooping coug h, &e.
Its timely osj wiil prevent PUL&l6AR
CONSUMPTION. And even where ibJ
fearful disease is fully developed, it wi
afford more relief than a::v other medicind
J. Lawrence Geiz, ex-Speaker of th
Pennsylvania House of Representative
ays . "This cough reined) is now esten
sive uued, ana i oi the liignerl value t
the community, its curative qualities hav
ing been tested by tl.ou-and with ll.
most cratifying resuhs. It n carefully an
skillfully prepared trcm Wild Cherry Bar
and Seneka Snake Root, by Dr. Levi Ober
holtzer, a reputable physiciin of Phc?nix
ville, Pa., atid is sold by neary all drcf
gism and country hioekepero.',
u l. urosuy, ex-tosi ivu-ter and ex
Buigees of Potts own, ceriifi8 as f dlows
POTTS I OWN, Jan. 3, 1865.
tii . n .i i i. i ...
i ;ns ceri ii'- ir'Ei i nave useo me cb
nix Pectoral in my family, arid I recom
mend it to the Public, as iho very bes
remedy for cough end cr.kln that I havJ
ever tried One ol my efiildreu was :kei
( s -.
wi'n a cola, accompani-'U wuti a crouni!
coujh, so tad, indeed, ihat ii could no
talk and scarcely breathe. Hiving heart
so much said about the Fhcb .ix Peclora
S..I r rw - . r-
i procureu a onuie oi it. ine tirst dose
relieves the difficulty of breadiing, and be
fcr the child had taken otia four'h of thi
bottle it was entirely well. Every family
tr.ouui nave n in meir uonse.
Signed D. P CROSBY,
J. L'. S.-riiih, druggist of New IIope.BuckJ
conuty, "a., n wr ung to Dr. Oberhohzor
sayst "A few days sicce I bought two
dozen of our valuublj cough remedy tj
try, antl fir.d it very good, and as it ii near-l
ly all gone 1 vvoul-J bkj j ou lo tend ica 4
gross of it
"Vcur medicine tives betier satiefactio
than any o'hr I have in tiie Snore. I anJ
agent lor some of ihe m:?t popular ex-;
preparations, but yours teems lo be doinj
the most gojd."
fromH;ram Ellis, merchant, near Fcitis4
m iuii" " "I., n w-maw 4UIA Ci lltC
town, Pa., "I have tried the Piiconix PeoJ
toral and find it to be ihe best cough mad
ieine extant. Il meets with a more read
sale than any other that I have ever hid inS
The proprietor of this medicine ha ir
much confidence in its curative power
from the testimony of thousands who have
li-ed it, that the money will te paid back
to any purchaser who is iiot satisfied with
It is so p!eaant lo take that children cry
for it. Price THIRTY-FIVE CENTS; large?
Belies ONE DOLLAR L.
Ii4ts intended for only one class of di-f T
ease. namely those ot lha THROAT cd"r" "
FrepareJ only by LEVI 03ERHOL7ZERI
M D . Pi rnrnirp:lli i'-.i. an! t!.t l!
-J - - - - I - 7 .. wau J I
uruggists aiiu Moreuespers.
John-on. Holloway, & Cowden, No. 23
rorth sixth Mreet. rhiladetphia, and
F. C. Wells & Co., 115 Frankhn Street,
iew i ork. (jeneral hotesale Agent.
N. Ii. If your r.eareet droggisi or store
keeper does net keep this medicine do not
let tiini put yuu off wiih seme other tnedi-
cine, becau! he makes mors money on ii.I
b:i ser.d at or.ee to one oi' the Agents for it.
June 2!, 1SS5. Cm.
Vv iTClIE?. C2m, asxes, &c.
HASKIf-JS o CO.,
n-::i I net, Jiew lark.
U.o icllowing inducernf'tita . ti
IJ nyors ol Valnablc
Ha vir.g been f cr a longtime ei.gagd
the Packet tur-inefs. and established our
reputation fi prompt! ess snd reiiabiliry,
and possessing gri-at facilities for seiliu;
Jewelry m thi way, we are confident that
we can give sati-iadion lo ail who letl
disposed lo rnirontzp ns
650 GOO WORTH OF WATCHES, DIA
moud Fins, Chains, &.z.t to be sold for Ona
Dollar each, without regard to value, and
r.ot to be paid for until jou know what you
r.re to receive.
JUST LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING LIST
OF ARTICLES TO 3E SOLD FOR ONE
175 Watches (barJscmely engraved and
warrai.'fd pprfct i i in 3 keepers), varying
in prices from SiO 00 lo S120 03 each."
225 Ladies' watches, solid gold hunting
ca?es, S:55 CO each.
2LD Gen lemen'd silver watches 15 00
to 20 0U each.
6, ( CD Latest styla vest and t.eck chains,
4 i-C to 20 CO each.
5.003 Gent's California Diamond Pini,
2 50 to 25 CO e?ch-
4 ,C0t) Cal.tr.roia diamond ear drops, 2 00
to 5 5 CO e.:ch.
3 Ol'O Mitiiatura and enamelled gent's
tctm j in; new styles, 5 CO lo 15 CO each.
2, C00 M i-onic and emblem pins, 3 00 to
10 CO each.
2 li'Q G ld band bracelets, engraved and
plain. 3 CO to 20 00 each.
3 iOO Jet and Mosaic brcoche?, 3 CO lo
70 (.0 each.
2.000 Cameo brooches, rich pattern, very
idMy3 00 to CO 00 each.
4 5;.0 Flcrrn'ir.e ar.J Lava pins, the rel
art cle, 4 00 to 10 00 each.
3 500 Lava and Florentine ear dropi,
3 CO to 10 CD euch.
S'!U) Coral ear drops, 4 00 to C 00 each.
2,0(.0 Ladies' Chatelaine chain?, j-t and
gr.ld, 15 00 lo 20 00 each.
0.000 Get'i's pins, a splendid assortment,
2 CO to 15 CO each.
4,000 Solitaire sleeve butlons,entiiely new
! s'vls, 2 no to 5 CO each.
3 COO Studs and sleeve buttons, in seti,
very rich, 3 00 to 15 CO each.
5 000 Sleeve buitcns, plain, enamelled
anil engraved, 2 00 to 8 00 each.
10,000 'Plain and handsomely engraved
lings. 2 50 to 10 00 each.
8.000 Spring lockets, double case, i ich'y
engraved, 2 00 to 15 00 each.
15,000 Sets ladies' j-weiry, new and latett
sty les, 6 00 to 12 00 each.
2.000 Gold pens, and handsome ii!vr
ca-es, 5 00 to 10 00 each.
This entire li-t ol beautiful and valuable
goods will be sold for One Dollar E-ich. -Certificates
of sll the above articles will be
placed in envelope", and sealad. J"hee
envelopes ae sent by mail, as -r!ered,
without regard to choice. Oo the receipt
of th Certificate you will see what you
are to have, and then i; is at youroptiou io
send one dollar and taku the article, or not.
Five Certificates can be ordered for S-;
eleven for S2; thirty-fire lor 55; Mty-fi
for SlO; and one hundred for S15. W
will send a single Certificate on the receipt
of 25 cents.
G. S. HASKINS & Co .
Dox 4270. 36 Beekman St.. N Y.
BJoom-bnrg, April 5th-. if65. '