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are authorized to receive subscriptions and
advertising for the Star ej the North.
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
The Democratic Stata Convention for the
-nomination of ra candidate for Governor of
, 'Pennsylvania, will rneel in the hall of (he
House of Representatives, at Hxrrisbnrz, on
xvjonuay. me ocn io n; uay ox juarcn loot),
r 3 o'clock P. M. ,
The headquarters of this Committee are
in the Democratic Clob Rooms in Harris
b org, which are open day and evening-
-, Democrats visiting this city are invited to
call. -.. r., . .... , . , . - ... .
By order of -the 'Dem.Sfate-'Commitiee.
' " 'WILLI Ail A. WALLACE,
' 1 " ' . 'Chairman,
"Ben.'L- Torster, 5ec'y.
a f larritbnror. Jan 0 ISfifi
VVc owe our patrons, an apology for the
Issoinz of a half sheet this week, as well as
an explanation of the cause. C. V. Mc
Ketvy & co.of the Catawissa paper mill,
"by whjcb we have been supplied with pa-
pernor years, suspended, a fsw tlsys ago,
rmaking paper of the size required for the
"StibV -Immediately upon being informed
of lit, we 'went to Philadelphia and thye
'purcuastd a quantity of paper, sufficient to
last us some mouth.. It was shipped in
Mtma lo have been brought to us as early as
' Jnday or Saturday of ust week, but it has
not corns yet. - -
.For this reason we re compelled to do
taat whtcb we verymacb. regret, and which,
we believe has never been done by us, or
hose connected, with the Star formerly,
since the paper was established. We have
-barely ecoogh paper to Issue half sheet.
"Many interesting articles intended for this
nocAber, are of necessity, held over for next
.A. moreenergetic, more rrlialle or more
industrious man than Jude Mcrctr, we do
iiot know. While on the Bench he made
reputation as wide as our broad State,
and he pose?es the elements that are ral.
culated to give him a national repu'ation in
congress, lata Uisirtct will yet see the
day when it nil) not only realize the wis
dom of its selection bm feel proud of its
tUeptesentative. . ,
We clip the above remarks from the Re
publican of the 23'.b ini-t. They were pub
lished immediately after the passage of the
in trie House ct Kspre-entativi, strike
ing out rhe word ' white'' in a.'l ordinances
and acts in force in the DiMrici of Cofum
ti for ukich Mcrci'r voted. Tne Rrpnbli
can is therefore in favor of regro suffrage.
But as to the remarks. . Is it true that Mcr
cra is reliable ? No.-' Mercur is fahe to-
.Tits r promises ana aecia;a:tonsv, tie was
elected under representations, by himself
and by b'ts friends-, and by tha Republican
r i i . - . . .
,Ttas at ui s aistrrci, mat ne was oppoea to
n2 ro . strffra'p. and vi h nn :rtr:U
for an act lo'tve utquaJified privileges ol
.voting. to the-negro; he votes to make the
negro the political equal of 'the, whia man.
The Rtpublitan says this h a representative
o "feel proud of!" And these are the
iwements'- which the Rrpullican approve-;,
add aj, "are caknleted lo give him a
national repu'attoo in Congress." A na
tional reputation ? We - think a' r.ero a
fcluck and foul reputation is the truth.
- Cr'dlet, the mulatto er lawyer of ihe
Hosion-bar, who was condemned lately by
a military court at Charleston, S C , to one
years :mrrisooment in ort Pulaski, tor in-
riling the slaves to insurrection and taking
possession of lands and property, has been
vsleased on parole by order of Boes Stantoc."
Although thousands of white mm Lave
suffered months and years in prison for no
or the ey of the ecretary of Wm, or by
ny rnaos to excite bis sympathies in their
tiehalf, aoi a single IwUt of wool in any
part of the Union can be put In jeopardy
without bis notice, and the interposition of
bis succoring offices. Tbst shows the ad
vantage of being orthodoxically colored.
Peotlc or Columbia Cocntt remember
thai JUDGE 31 Lit CI U ihe Abolition
Member of Congress from this District
votes in the House of Representatives for
negro suffrage. Ramemberthat MERCCR.
is willing to make the negro ..the . equal of
the, white man. Remember that be vctes
to call tbe black man to the polls to vote
sie by sids. with yon ; to vote with you
and to vote against you.
During the performance of ihe ceremo
nies of baptism, at ihe Creek, on Sunday
efisrnoon, there was a great deal of dis
turbance made by intoxicated person. Two
of the fallows were promptly taken in hand
by Constable Evans and 'conducted to ihe
care of Sheriff Snyder. r Served them right.
No person should atter.d at s'uch, or any
other meeting, except with, the intention of
Ok Sunday last, niue persons were im
mersed in the"' waters of Frshitig Creek,
Ltir men and five womei?, la e professors
of re'igton, v- bo have joined the Baptist
enristian chorcb, of rhi p'arr. ' '
hi vtte, .) the riego
a part of the . Law-making
power cf;lh? land. R-pnbl'caiis of Co
lumbia, can you approve of h:s course I
frsere u one black
- : . . !
men's paper iti Ccl
3 by a Fii'cmin.
ad nn m
BLACK! BIiACKl DLACII !
SlCriCUR 'voted for negro aoffrag'j in
the House of Representatives.,: .. ( .
Tlae; Shoddy majority, in toe Pennsyl
vania Secaia, passed -a resolution endorsing
the action of Congress to force negro suf
frage upon the people of the :District of
Columbia. ""' ' ""- . - " "
The Columbia County Republican approves
all this. Will the hoddv-Abolition voters
support these act i It they do, they cnust
agree to support that which will follow,
namely, NEGRO SUFFRAGE IN PENN
SYLVANIA. ; - "
'0h, isn't that Good I" said a lady on the
street, the other day, in our hearing. Our
attention beiog . attracted by so earnes: an
expression .we looked around, and we saw
a second lady holding her photograph,
which she said was taken a! Mr. Hkmp
tead's Nxw Gallery in Bloomsburg. It
was 'good ;' and we say, if you want a first
rale picture goto A. A. Hempstead, over
President Johssox says of the nesro
franchise question in the District of Col
umbia, that it is uncalled for, and calcula
ted to do great harm. He believes that it
will engender enmity, contention andjslrife
between the two race, and lead to a war
between them, which will result- in great
injury to both, and the certain extermination
ot the negro population.
,The Columbia Connty Republican sup
ports the couduct of Mercur in voting for
A 'qualified elector may hold office.
Mercur says the negroes shall be compe
tent to hold office.
At a ketixg of the citizens ol Mil I villa
arwi vicinity for the purpose of looking after
their interests in regard to a RailroaJ the
following resolutions were adopted.
Whereat, ihe Atlantic and Great Wertern
Rail Koad Company are looking for a
through rout Irom lie Great Weil to the
Ea.-lern Cilie and,
Whereas ; W believe the rout by way of
Little Fishing creek' is wontiy of etientiori,
it is therefore
Resolved to call a general meeting of all
persons interested, to be held at Millviilij on
Saturday.Feb. 3, 1866 at 2 o'clock '! M.,'lo
lake SLCh action a6 said meeting may direct
Jan. 23J 1866 A. P. HELLER, Pres.
E Evr., See.
The Old Guard ro
February number of this maa
ine is be-
fore us. It has a 6teel plate portrait of
Gen. Stonewall Jackson and a &ketch. The
leading article is on. tha late "Lord Pal
merston and his Policy." The features of
this cumber, however, are the ftr?t chap
ters ol an original and ihrifli.-ig romance
of the war. by a southern anther, enti led
"Bertha Seely, the Herqine of the Old Do
minion.7' Amon Ihe oiher articles may
be mentioned, l:Revievv of President John
son's Position "Pen Picture! ol -Puritanism,
chapter II.." and several pieces of
poe'ry. The Sliier' Table i als o full and
piquant a? usual. V.t i Eria, Rot ton &
ishers , ew lorlt. biogle copies
25 cents ; S3 00 p cr annum.
.M.vir. Demorest's rnotit'ilj magazine for
February, comes to us iil'ed with the most
beautirul fashion )latea nnd patterns ; con
taining, also, a gre.it deal of waiting mat
ter, enteitainirig and instructive. Muic,
Poems, &c. ko. All are buauliful and ele
antfy illuftrated, furnishiy? a maq;aziije
which 'u a league ahead of any of its. com
petitors - v
Terms. S3 CO per year with a beautiful
premium to earn subscriber.
Ljcies, desiring -a first class magaz re.
should sene immediately for Frank Leslie's!
It .always contains the latest fashions,
through agents at Paris and other foreign
cities.; it has the largest and best executed
engravings; it contains also, in each num
ber, full-sized cut patterns of some prevail
ing fashionable article of Ladies dress;
it a!so contains, patterns of useful and orna
mental needlework and braidings, together
with choice literary matter, tales, biogra
phies &.c. Fratk Leslie 537 Pearl St. N. Y.
"THt Good Sasijritax" is a beautiful '
steel engraving; " At the sweet'' is another !
fine picture. These are both to t found in ;
in Arthurs Home Magazine for February 7 j
and following these are the latest and ne.it- j
est patterns of edging '& insertion; thau i
fashions of Ladies and childrens' dresses -
'Carena'' a piece of music for the parlor is
itself worth the price of tt.e magazine, but
besides a!) this there is a great deal o! use
ful and interesting reading matter."
T. S. Arthur ii Co. 323, Walnut St. Phil
adelphia PI10 TO G RaPHS I PUG TCG RA rHS I !
A NEJF GJi LLEl Y IN BLOOMS-
fyHE undersigned take? pleasure in an
- rouncrns ihat he hBs opened a Gallery
in the larire Room over H inman's Store, in
Bloomsburg, Pa., for
and Kindred Art. He is
Pictures of all kinds.
prepared lo lake
flavins procured ih services of an ex
perienced Artiit from N sw York hft is pre.
pared lo do all kinds of Picture taking.
Call and see before going elsewhere.
A. A. HEMPsEAD.
Jar.ua ry 31, 1866 3m.
Lackawanna & tiloomsbnrs R. II.
f and after November 27, 1865, Passen.
ger Trains will run as follows
A. M. P. M.
5 50 .10.05
M. fc r
- - NORTHWARD.
Leave Northumber'd, 8 00
Rupert, ' 915 A. M.
" Kingston, ' 2.35 8.3o
Ar. Scranton. 5.43 ' 9.35
Trains leaving Kingston at 8 30 A.
Scramon, connect with Train arriving ait
New York at 5 20. Leaving Northumber
land at 8.00 A. M. and Kingston 2.30 P. M.
connect with train aniving at New York at
10 55. P. M.
Passsngers taking train Sonth frona
Scranton at 5 50 A. M. via Northumbe
land, teaclj Harrtsburg 12 30 P. M., Balti
more 5.30 P.M., Washington 10.00 P. M.
via Rupert reach Philadelphia at 7.00 P. M.
! II. A.. FONDA, Sop't. '
Kingston,. Nov. 25, 1S6J. -, -,. , .
. ; - 'v . of, 'v :"
The Financesof IhelonntjOf Colon
biay fra ihe 1st Day f Jan. a. li.
V 1865, to the i st Day of Jan. 1, D.
. .1866. )
"' HE Auditors elected lo settle and adjust
he public accounts of Columbia couti-.
ty, respectfully beg leave to report that they
have examined the same from ihe first dav
) of January A. D. 1865, io the first day of
janoary, a. u. isbO, and respectfully lay
Deiore tne nonoraDie Judges ot the Court
of Common Pleas of said county the fol
lowing statement and report agreeably to
the.22d section of the "Art ot General As
sembly of this Commonwealth, passed the
fourth day of April, A. D 1834."
Daniel McHenry, Treasurer of Columbia
County, in account with said countv
Jan. To amt. outstanding
lor 1865 &e, 56664 76
"To balance in hands
of Treasurer as oer
Iat Auditors' report 5563 20
To bal. on ten day
assessment 1864 23 60
May To cash of Jesse
Coleman Proth'y ja
ry fees and fines 21 00
do To cash of Jacob
Hutler,land red'med 3 i6
To cash of Joseph
Gbi2f r land redm'd 1 56
May. To cash of Wm.
Lam on land red'med 1 43
June. To cah of John
Karus land red'med 5 75
To amount -of coun-
ly'tax asessed for r8S5 '11133 03
Sep. To cah of Jer. Ja
coby lor Brier Creek
twp keeping C. Suit 150 00
do To cash ol Samuel
Kelchner for Brier
Creek twp keeping C
Suit 103 60
do To cash ofJas Freeze
shingles 20 00
do To ten day a3m't '65 18 "67
do cat-h of Michael
Brobst land red'med 13 80
Doc To cash of Jas Rog
ers old plank 1 00
do To cah of Jesse Cole
. man Jury fees & fines 13 CO
do To cash of J. G.
Freeze shingles 10 10
;Paid assessors for
spring military ass't '65 112 40
To cash ot military
J S Sanders notice of
appeals - 2 00
W H Jacnby notices 5 00
P John Blank book 5 00
Paid assessors for 9
asam'iof Dog tax '65 159 55
To cash of sundry
persons "redemption x
money 487 22
To cash ree'd for sun
dry taxes 231 86
By am't outsrar.d'iHg for
1955 and previous yrs 5347 24
" Exonerations allowed
collectors 316 33
" Commisj-icn allowed
collector 504 05
' arn'l county orJers re
deemed . v 12792 47
" Trea-uror's corrvmi.--.
sion on tl2449 80 at 4
per cent 497 99
-" am't paid 'ate Treas
urer tax on outstanding
bonds 8 25
Balance in hands of Treas
urer 284 61
DANIEL Mi HENRY, Treasurer of Col
umbia county in account wi;h tax on Dogs
To amount outstanding '
and uncollected for
lf64 and previous yrs 784 65
' am't due said fund as
per auditors report Jan
4, 1S65 3
" amt ass'd for 1865 1270
By amount outstanding &
" Exonerations allowed
" comtnisrson al I'd do
am't of sheep dam
aae order redeemed
Paid assessors for as
sessing doz lax for "65
on 5937 25 at 5 per ct
Auditor'' $ and cleiki.
Am't pd auditors & cleric 48
W Wirt auditing Proth'y
i: Registers acct
Am't paid assors for
BRIDGES ROAD VIEWS.
Am' pi!4mrT ProvTRA
David Savage bal on bridge.
1 on ract :n 1 tnt
W A Kile bridge
iwp '64 122 00
loaf 700 00
David Savage bridge in -Benton
Ara'i paid sundry persons
Am't paid for blank books
for Proihonotary & Re
Am't paid tne several con
stables during the jear
Am't paid Moses CofTman
CLEANING COURT HOUSE.
Am't paid sundry persons
Am'i pd for repairs al Court
House and Jail during the yr. 771
COMMISSIONERS & CLERK.
Am't pd UC Fruit Clerk 600 00
" Rohr McHenry Comm'r 176 61
" T J Vanderslice
'' Allen Mann
" John F Fowlar
Am't pd W Wirt Att'y - ?5
Am't pdiuntlry persons 322
- DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
Am't pd E H Little
Am't pd for spring election 421 20
" . " General " 377 50
WILD CAT & FOX SCALPS.
Am't pd sundry persons 55 SO
.T . -r , FUEL. . -
Coaf& Wood for Cosrt
Houie aji'UJan ; ' " " ' j65 0
INCIDENTAL EXPENSES' t
Am'! pd for stationary for cout " 70 55
Paid T.ycomitig'lnsurance Co '19 32
Am'i paid Joseph Lilly, esq.,
inquest on' body of W.
Reeser, - 10 "38
do John Doak. E-q., on
body of R. Hill, 12 5
do H. L Freas, M. D. ex
amination of boJy of
M. C arles. at inq'st, 1009
do J. R. Evans, M.'D. ex
amination of body of
W. Reeser at inque&t. 15 CD
PRINCIPAL & INTEREST ON LOAN.
Am't paid Francis Evans
. in'ot for 1864 on bond
against county 60 00
Am't paid Francis Evan?
bond 1000 00
do Francis Evans int'st 35 CO
do paid Frank Barton,
bounty 25 00
JURORS' WAGES & MILEAGE.
Am't paid Jurors a: the severc.lj
courts 1?76 67
Arn't pd. J. R Evans M. D.
attendance on.piisoners. 6 CO
do F.:C. Harrison, . 2 00
Mm n A.
Am't paid J. S Sanders for . .
publishing notice of
appeals 2 00
do W. H. Jacoby for print
ing notices 5 00
do P. John, blank book 5 00
J Am 'l paid W HxJaroby
- I too J
oo ' Jo manners
do L L Tate
Am'l pd. E. S Penitentiary
for 6uppon of convicts 306 25
do paid Pa. S ate Lunatic
Hospital for support of
C Suit, 76 20
. . FROTH ONOTARY.. ;
Paid "JesSe'Cole man Proth'y
Am't paid D A Beckley, P M
SamoefRimby Madison 14 CO
D Purel Bloom 25 00
Hush Thompsor. Briarcreek 30 00
Ar.thonv Weitzel Hemlock 20 00
Samuel Brnaler ' do 63 .00
Stephen McIIenrv "widow"
Jackson " 125 00
Samuel Trump Orange 50 00
Am't paid J G Freeze, re
cording Treasurer's bonds
and 6tam?s 1
Am'l paid P John for stamps .
do S Snyder fa: boarding
prisoners tS3 01
do conveying J Coursan
and M Handelong to
E Penitentiary 90 50
do oonveving Tbos.lStodd
to E Penitentiary . 0 00
Am't paid Solomon Neyhard
- SHEEP DAMAGE.
Am't paid sundry persons, to wit
Tloom town-chip 22 00
Benton do 6 00
Beaver do 50 00
Briarcreek do 36 00
Centre do 120 75
Fishingcreek do 45 00
Jackson do 93 00
Locust do . 18 0C
Madion do ' ' 16 50
Mifflin do 18 0C
Maine do 31 00
Mt Pleasant Jo 31 00
Orange do 38 00
Sogailoaf. .'do 11 00
Scott do 99 00
Am1l paid at the several courts
Am'l of road, school and
poor lax refunded ip the
72 5 0
Whole am't ol orders issued
for the year 1S65
Deduct aru't of sheep dam
age orders lor the
do borrowed money a:t;
inl'st on same
do militia expenses
the year 1 fc65
SI 1153 23
We ihe undersigned auditors of Colum
bia County, being duly elected lo adjust
and hp '! the accounts of the Treasurer
and Commissioners, do certify lhat we met
at ihe office ol the Commiioners in
Bloomsbnrs and carefully examined the
accounts and vouchers ot Ihe same from
thefirslday of January, A. D., 1865, to
the first day of Jan., A. D. 1866, and find
them correct as bet forth in Ihe foregoing
statement, and that we find a balance due
Colombia County of Two Hundred and
Eighty Four Dollars and sixty-one cents.
(S284 61) from Daniel McHenry, Treasurer
of said County.. Given under our hands,
this third day of January, 1866.
DANIEL SNYDER, ) Co-Jniy
L. B. RUPERT, Auditoit.
We, the undersigned, Commissioners of
Columbia County, do certify that tbe lore
going is a correct statement of the ac
counts of said county for the year A. D.,
1865. Witness our bands, January third
A. D. 1866.
THOS. J. VANDERSL1CE, ) Coram'rs of
ALLEN MANN,' j Col. Co.
Attest R. C. FRUIT."
FINANCES OF COLUMBIA COUyTY
Balance due from col
lectors S5347 24
Deduct exonerations &
commissions 1200 00
Bat. doe Co. from Treas.
Deduct orders unre
deemed tor 1864 and
Deduct orders unre
deemed for 1865
Deduct balance due.
D Savage on bridge
contract in Benton
Deduct balance due
W. A Kile,bridge con
tract in Sugatloaf
69 8J -
754" 00 ' .
680 50 1553 96
Balance "id favor of county 11877
STATEMENT OF DOG TAX
Bal. due from collectors S8I9 00 :
Deduct exonerations '&
De'ducf orders unre
deemed for 1864 and
113 00 ?22H 50
'Bal. in favor of said fund
Bloomsburg, Jan. 3, 1866.
T"y viriue ol several writs of venditioni
- -exponas and Fi. Fa. lo me directed, is
sued oitcof the Court of 'Common Pleas of
Co him bra county, will be exposed to public
sale, at ihe'CCURT HOUSE, in Blooms
burs, on MONDAY, THE Sth DAY OF
FEBRUARY, 1866 at 1 o'clock in the af
ternoon of said day, the following real
ebtate to'wit :
A certain tract or piece of land lituale in
Fishincreek township, Columbia connty,
bounded and described as follows to wit :
On the west by land of Adam Bellas, on
the North by, 'and of Jonas Doty, on ihe
south by land of George Heath, late -bought
of Appieman. on the east by land of John
Boston, containing about forty five acres
morp or less, whereon are erected a frame
dwelling house and a frame barn with the
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of Jacob Yaple.
A certain lot or piece of ground situate
in ihe town of Benton, Columbia county,
containing; one fourth of an acre, bouuded
as follows : Cn the north by lot of Adam
Lutz.on ihe eist by public road, on the
south by lotof Clamuel McHenry and on
ihe west by an al'ey ; whereon is erected
a large frame Cabinet shop and a frame
6table with the appurtenances.
Seized, laken in execution and. to be
sold as the property of Samuel C.'Krick
The undivided one-ninth part of all that
certain tract of land situate in Mifflin twp .
Colombia county, containing one hundred
and filteen acres, bcuned on the west by
lands of Leonard Kirkendall, on the north
and east by lands of Cornelius Kirkendal!
and on the south by lands of Abrani Mos
teller, whereon is erected e log hru.-e and
a frame barn wi;h the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be soli,
as the properly ol Abel HerlocJier.
A lot of ground situate in 1?outh Blooms
bur?, Col. county, adjoining a lot of Wm
Bidleman on the soutn, Railroad street on
the we?t. a lot of Mrs Margaret Dawson on
the north and Blockberry alley on the east
being thirty feet wide and one hundred and
fi fly-five feet deep more or less, whereon
is erected a plank dwelling house with the
Seized, taken in execution and in be
sold as the property ol TneobalJ M. Daw
A certain tract or piece of land Vnuate.
in Beaver lowe-hip, Columbia county, con
taining one hundred atid twetrty-fi ve acres
bounded on the south by laniis of Tench
Coxe and lands of Erick aid Shuma.i also
the Cattawissa Rail Road, on the west by
land of David Brown, on the north by latins
of Henry Harriger. oa.th east by lands of
John Fry, with ihe appurtenances.
Scizd, taken in execution and 10 be sold
as the properly of 'Lewis FiL'r
SAMUEL SNYDER, Sheriff.
Sheriff7 Cffici,. .'.
Bloomhburg, Jan. 3, 1866'
WIDO U S' A Pi'lUISEE EXTS.
NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION.
THE following appraisements of real and
personal properly s el apart to Widows of
Decedents have been filed in the office ol
the Register ol Columbia county, under the
Rules of Coirrt, and will be presented fo
absolute confirmation to ihe Orphan's Court
to be held in Bloomsburg in and for said
county, on Wednesday, the 7th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1866, at 2 a'clock in the after
noon of said day ; unless exceptions to
each confirmation are previously fi'ed, of
which all persons i me retted in said estate
will take notice.
1 Widow of Jacob IJoais, la'.e of Beavei
2 Widow of Dr. James A. Wil-on, late
of Berwick Borough dae'd.
3 Widow of Michael Fry. late of Mifflin
4 Widow of Wm. M. Roberts, laie of
Jackson twp, dee'd.
5 Widow of Goreoa R. Goff, lata of
Bloom iwp, deo'd.
6 Widow of Wm. Gillaspy, late of Hem
lock Iwp, Jec'd.
7 Widow of Valentine Whitenight, laie
Hemlock iwp, dee'd.
8 Widow ol Elias Dietuich, Sate of Men
war twp, dee'd.
JOHN G. EREE2E, Register.
Jan. 10. 1S66.
Jutice ot the Peace,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
Office Beaver Valley, Pa.
Will attend to taking acknowledgements,
Write Deeds, Mortgages, Lea-e, Houds,
Notes, Agreements, &c. Surveying atten
ded to with despatch. Charges moderate.
Jan. 10, 1866. 4mo.
55. II. STOIINER,
r.AKi:i: and confectioner
HAS always on hand and for sale Fresh
BREAD, CAKES, and PIES ;
French and Domestic Confections
in great and splendid variety; Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually found in a first
class confectionery store.
He would call especial attention to his
newly received stock of
PICKLED FRUITS, ASD JELLIES.
Having recently fitted op a new and
on the first floor, two doors west of Eyer
& Moyer's Drug 6tore, he is prepared Jo
wait upon his many customers with FIRST
CLASS FRESH OYSTERS as cheap as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parties,
and Families, with Oysters, Confectionery,
&.c, at reasonable rates.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 20, 1865.
The undersigned will pay ihe highest
market prices lor CLOVERSEED.
Rupert, Pa. 3mo.
OLD THINGS MADE NEW-
A PAMPHLET directing how to speedily
restore sight and give up spectacles,
without aid of doctor or medicine. Sent
by mail, free, on receipt af 10 cents. Ad
drsss, r E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
. 1130-Broadway, New York.
N. E 'corner Tenth and C.hestuut-Streets
The most complete and thoroughly ap
pointed Business 'Commercial College in
The only on3 in ihe City possessing a
'Legii-laiive Charier, and rhe Onlv one in
United States authorized to confer 'Degreess
of Merit. 'Diplomas awarded to graouates
in the CommerciarCouise'under its corpo
rate seal by authority of law.
'Conducted by gentlemen of liberal edu
cation and extensive experience in busines.i
and affording unequalled advantages for the
thorough theoretical and practical educa
tion ol young men for the various duties
and employment ol business life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a system of
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original and pre-eminenlly practical, giv
ing tlie st'idcnt in the shortest time a com
plete insight into the routine, details cus
toms and forms of business in general, a
conducted in the best regulafpd commer
cial and finarcial'esiablishmeiits
!Upon fe. new plan, with an original Cxposl
tion of the science 'of accounts, srranged
and publi'hei' by the propretor of this In
sii',011011 exclusively for his own 'Cse, sav
ing one-half the ordinary labor of (lis stu
dent, and givir.g him a complete knowl
edge of the practice of Ihe best account
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE.
Bookkeeping. Commercial Arithmetic, Pen
maoship, Business Correspondence,
Commercial Law, Lectures on Bu
siness Affairs, Commercial
Customs. Forms, and Ac
tual Business Prac
tire. - SPECIAL BRANCHES.
A!z-bra and th Higher Mathematics. Pho
nography, Ornamental Penmanship, the
Art of Detecurifl Counterfeit Money,
Engtneeriru, Surveying Naviga
tion and Telearaphin.
The arrangement lor Telegraphing are
far in advdnce of anylhina of the kird
ever offered to the public. A regular Tel
esraph Lme is connected wiin the Institu
tion with twenty brance in various parts of
the city, where publir- business is transact
ed, and in which the -students of this Insti
tution are permitted to practice. No regu
lar office praorice can be had m any o'her
school ol instruction in Ihe rountry. with
out which no one can obtain a position as
a practical operator. Yonn men are cau
tiot.eJ asain-t the deceptive representa
tion of those who, without any 6iich fa
ciii;i6, pretend to teach Telegraphing.
This institution is now enjoying lb
gest patronase ever betoed u,on
commercial school in ihe 'State. G.er
hundred stodenis were in attendance
first )ear,diid over seven hundred during
the pat year. The best class o students
may irtyariably be found here, and all its.
associauotn are first rls.
LOCA1 ION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
The ii.siiiniion i located in themo cen
tral part ot :h'e city, and its accomodations,
for extent, elegance and convenience, are
unsurpassed. All the fooms have b?en
fitted up in the very best style wiih
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COUNTING
HOUSES, TELGRA Pll OFFICES,
and a r"-iT"" "-
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic
-ro es used as a circulating jnodium" in the
Departmpnl of Actual Business.
TO YOUNG MEN who desire a PRAC
TICAL EDUCATION FOR EL?S1NES, we
guarantee a course of itiMructio'i no wh?re
el2 equalled, while Ihe repolainn ari.1
standii g ol the institution among business
men make its endorsement the t e-t pass
port to success and advancement. Ail con
templaiina entering any commercial Col
l2e. are invited to pend for an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR AND CATA
LOGUE contain ins complete interior view
ed the College, and full particulars cf the
coure ot in-:rucirn, terms, kc.
L. FAIRBANKS, A M ,
T. C. SEARCH, Special Ttacer and
Supt. ol Oiftre Businers.
Nov. 1, 1S35 1 jr.
"MEXlCOTUKflCO ' !
RCrtCLIC OF MEXICO.
Twenty-year Coupon Bonds in Sums
cf ' $50, S100, S3C0, and S1,000.
Inlercsl Sevrn Per Cent., Payable in
TIic City of New Yrk.
Principal and Interest l'uable in GOLD.
Sl0,000,ey0- 10 be Sold at SIXTY CENTS
ON THE DOLLAR,
in U. S. Currency, thus yielding an interest
of Twelve per cent, in Gold, or Seventeen
per cent, in Currency, al the present rate
of premium on gol.1.
Ibe first year's interest already pro
vided. THE MOST DESIRABLE 1 V f'ES TMENT
Immense tracts of Mining and Aericul
tural lands; sixty per ce:i. of port dues,
imposts and taxes, in the States ol Tamauli
pas and San LnisPotosi; and the plizhted
faith ol thy said States and ihe General
Government are all pledged for the redemp
tion of ;hese Bonds and payment of inter
est. The Securily is Ample.
S30 111 U. S Currency , wid buy a 7 per
cent Gold Bond of $50.
SCO in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per
cent. Gold Bond of $100.
S300 in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per
cent Gold Bond of S500.
S600 in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 pet
ceni. Gold Bond of SI000.
Let every lover of Republican Institutions
buy at least
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions re
JOHN W. CORLIES & CO.,
and J. N. TIFFT, Financial Agent
of the Republic of Mexico, 57, Broadway,
CsT Subscriptions also received by Banks
and Bankers generally througnout the Unit
Nov. 8, 1865.
Estate of Jacob Mills, deceased.
THE UNDERSIGNED, apDoined Audit
or by the Orphans' Court of Columbia Co.
lo make distribution of the balance in tbe
hands of John Smiib, one of the Executors
of Jacob Mills late of Madison' township,
Columbia county, dee'd, among the Lega
tees of Testator, will attend at his office in
Bloom sburs in said connty,on SATURDAY
THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF JAN.
1866, at 10 o'clock of said day lo make the
distribution, when and where all persons
interested will attend if they see proper, of
be de barred Trom coming in for a share or
tha fund. -' ROBERT F CLARKr Aad'r. 1
WIOMLXG INSUBAME COMPART,
OJJict over the IVyomin g Bank.
CAPITAL AXD bCRPLCS, 120,C0.
CP Will insure seain-i lo- or dama-j
i Fire. onproprty in town or couuiry, nt
DIRECTORS.O. M Hollenbscx, John
Reiohard, Samuel Wilh.m, D L Shoe
maker, Daniel t. Dnesb tch, R. C. Srni S
R. D.'Laroe.'G. P.Se-lf W, W. Ketchup
'Charles 'Dorrante, VV.'S.R os, George M
G. M- IIOM.ENBA'CH. Pres't.
I). .. SHOEM AKKR, V. Pre$U.
R C. SMITH, Secretary,
W. G. "STERLING, Treasurer
L 'ti. CONOVFR. Aiert.
Beucti Ilaveu, Pa.
December 2d, 1863 lyl
Estate of John Peoterjufe of Fihm;titik o7.
Arp, CoTirtnhia county, uee'd.
f ETTERS of aJminj-tration on tbe
-itts.te of John Pealer late of Fishinacr!k
township Columbia county, have beeh
granreJ by the 'Uesister ot said countv, ifc
Solomon Bus. Persons having claim's
againM the estate of ihe decedent are re
quesr'ed to preterit them to ibe administra
tor for seiiienJt;;)', and those indebted to
(he estate will make payment forthwith to
Jan. 17 166 6w.
APPLICANTS FOR T.Wl.RX LICENSE
The foHowiufi perf-ons have made appli
cation to the PothotiUnrv of Columbia
county, for tavern u-en..s, to be
at ihe February term ol Court ?
John L2'-'Ot, 'Grerowod,
Michat-I Schulfy, C-iiiyngtiam,
Hiram Srreihers. Borough of Kerwirl,
JESSE COLEMAN, iV-thono ary.
Bloomsburg, Jn. 10, IroS.
ierrible Excitement ?
IN LIGHT STREET.
AT PETER ENT'S STORK,
n Account the ISeKr
A r i i ra I o f FA I. Is Ac Win!
GIWA T BED ucriox IX PRICES
TTAS just received from he eastern cities
and is now opening m jte old stand
a splendid assortment of
SCI ar c3 ea m a za is ft
which will be ol,t chep for
CASH OR COUNTRY PROOUCF.'l
His stock consi-15 of La.lies DreM Goods,
choirest stales aud latest fashions.
C IN G H A MS.
SILKS, SHAWLS. CARPETS.
Keacly-.TlasIc C lthiti-,
COTTON A HKS
I queens ware,
D00TS AM) SHOES, 'l!TS aL-d CAPS,
in snort ever)ttuiig
co a '1 try tir.
usuifly ke;i in
Tfie pironie of his
the p'tblic gr::-ruM, is
c.'i- friepi's, and
The l.i;,ie.t market
L'ghi S:reet, Oct. 4,
price 'paid for emnj-
I'jIi kr i:xr.
MAIN STREET, ELOOMSBUR.
ITI ore I''i'c!i Good.
Jwt rereirn! at Ilcrtrt Oizer's
Store: MOLASSES, SU(J RS.
TEAS, COFFEE, RICE, SPICES,
CANDIES, NOTIKNi, Tovs.
FEED AND PROVISIONS,
Together with a sreat variety of notions
&c , loo nunerou to mention.
BUTTER EGGS. MEKT,
ard Produce sencrally, taten in excharc
for jioods. The test market price wiil b
allowed. Give him a call.
JC!7The highe-t market prices paid for
all kinds of COUNTRY FURS
Bloomsburg, January 3, 1VS6
CHARLES B. BII0CKWAY,
Bounties, Hack-pay. Fensions, -c,
Special attention paid Id matter arising
undr the Internal Revenue Laws.
OFFICE, one door we; of the Court
House." BLOOMSBURG, Pa.
January 17, 1866.
ITCH 1 ITCH ! ITCU I
Scratch, Scratch, Scratch!
IFIIEATOiVS OIXTMEXT, .
YViil Core the Itcb in 43 Hours.
ALSO cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chil
blains, and all Eruptions of the skin. Price
50 cents. For sale by all drussists.
By sending 60 cents to WEEKS & POT
TER, Sole Agents, 170 Washington street
Boston, Mass.. it will be forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of ihe United
Stales. Sept. 27, 1865. 6m.
T A DIES and Gentlemen : If you wish to
- marry you can do so addressing me. I
will send you, without money and without
price, valuable information, that will ena
ble you lo marry happily and speedily,
irrespective of age, wealth or beauty. Tbis
information will cost yoa nothing and if
you wish to marry, I witl cheerfully assist
you. All letters strictly confidential: ;Tbe
desired information sent by return rotit
and uo reward asked. .Please inclose poI,
age or stamped envelope, addressed to
SARAH B. LAMBERT,
Green point, Kings Co. N. Y.
A 31S) Til I AGENTS . wanted
tor six entirely new articles, just
out. Address O. T. GAREY, City Building
Biddeford, Me. Dee.20 '6b iy.
OXTEYAffCIXG, NEATLY AND
PROMPTLY DONE, by C.G.'BARK-
ILZY, Auoroay al Li w,; Bloomsburg, Pa.