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STAR OF THE NORTH
TliiyCS AECCT CCtSTIlY.
WK ONES DAY, FEB 14. I?66.
W. call attention 10 rnW of Heal Estat
j order of lie Orphans' Conrl.
Ojt Sunday nftcrnoon, six ladies were blip
lived In Fisiiirpcrepk. ly thi R-v. J P
T".'ir irirhter of tle Baptist Church of
lata place. . ,.
Wit I lid irnip three or fonr inches of
sncw last wpek, which promised a renewal
of the sleighing, bet the warm weather
since, liar ranted a very fine slop and mud.
CocaT continued dnring the whole of last
week, and a number of causes on the ciril
list wne continued because of a want of
tima Tor trial.
Vf are obliged lo onr friends for the valu
able addi'iorc mde to oor subscription list
dorirg Court week. Keep rolling op.' We
will always te thankful for yocr favor?.
Oh the Cattawisa Railroad, recendy, two
cars loaded with Peiroleom, caught fire by
eccident.ar d Ihe whole mrs of oil was con
On motion, P. S. Hackenlerg, Seth H. lo
mm and Henry C. Berkstresser, F.qre., I
practicing attorneys of Schoylkill county,
were admitted to practice in Ihe several
Court? of Columbia county.
A Gmt Bai l, will be given at the Ex
change Holelon Thursday evening, the 15th ,
inst. This is expected to be a large party
it being the last to be given by the preser I
proprietor of the Hotel.
Thx Cu lisle Volunteer cmeio as last wee
in an entire new dress, and present a neat
appeannco. I. is edited and published by
Bratton & Kennedy, and is an able and well
Tvz. white coons (or so-called Repnbli
Cwna) of this Stale in'end holdine a conven
tion at Hjrrisbur.on the 7th of March next
for the pofpoa of nominating a candidate
for Gver or. O u devil wonders whether
Ihecandida'e w.ll be white or Llack.
Wc re:n!ar!y receive Imlay & Bcknel!'
IlvkXott Rrpor'er trim PVtladelprii-J. It
i very valnhb!e to bniues men who han
dle much money printers for example
nd we commend it to snih. The monthly
rojts $1 50 per year, and the semi-monthly
3 00. "
FOM the fifih otjanuiiry to the the third
of February, inctniw, fonr hundred and
ninety three person have been killed, and
a great number wounded, by the e.vp'osion
ot steam boiler, steamboats and locomo
tives, within the United S:ates, of which we
have reports. There may have been many
more which have not been reported.
Oi the o t.ide first pae of this paper
may be found the conversation of President
Johnsmt-with Fred Douglass, and others, ol
a nearo delegation that visited the Presi
denr foMhe purpose of bringing him out
on the nero ruffrace qn-s ion. He talks
plainly to the negroes and gives to them
Itood advice. His remarks upon negro
political eqi d'cy need no comment. Keed
VrMJt'K IS i Lis I he time has now arriv
ed wten some ol oor readers begin to
Chin of selling off their personal or real
slate, preparatory to a change of location
In ihe Sprira. To all such we won'd state
thai we are prepared at l e Star Office, I"
furnish them on shori notice with bills of
ny size, done in the very best style. The
rolamn of the Star are l.kewiie open io
II who may desire to avail themelres rf
its influence in Ihe way ol advertising.
ANV party that anderiake to degrade the
white man to a level with the negro, i
bound to become unpopular. You cannot
rleva'e the black man, that i an impossi
bility, and in order to place him npon an
equality with the whites, as the Abolition
party propose to do, you mot necessarily
degrade the white man. Would you be
willing to walk side by side with the regrr
t the polls, he holding a ballot in his hand
io kill yours? "Will the white people asrree
that the negro shall be ad mi ted into priva'e
rircles and npon social eqnility with them ?
Js it possible triat the white freemen of tl i
county will co-isennhat Ihe black man shU
nit in their jury boxes and decide npon civil
and criminal causes for ibem 1 We much
mistake onr own race if ihey will ever eon.
pent to anvibinz ol the kind. This is a
vkile m r.hi government, and villi governed
ly white men, the opposition of the Columbia
County neptiLliam and like machines to the
' Tm Black Republican negro parly have
placed ihemselvea in a bad predirament by
committing their par'y to black suffrage and
.black equality. The leadin; Republicans
in Cocgresa have come out squarely for ne
gro suffrage, both in speech and by ballot.
These men have taken a bold stand, in the
face of the Presidents opposition, without
consulting other minds than their own, but
panning a coarse indirect hostility to the
great masses of the people north and south.
Their action io relation to forcing negro suf
frage upon the District of Columbia, against
the expressed will of the people at the bal
Jot-box, is revolutionary io its tendency and
the boldest exhibition of tyranny ever prac
ticed in this or any other couatry. This
h!inlr anfTrarra nnentinn cannot b zonular ;
' . . - n . r - -
the Freed man's Bureau bill is fraught with
danger sod ruinous lo the opposition a
pr.rtr; &vA thf-y having all these things to
defend and sus'ain, the Democracy ought
lo succeed oext fall.
W 123 22a a3
In prr.Tprre el rn order of the Orphans'
Court r Columbia, rennty on
'J UESDAY, THE iCih DAY OF MARCH
next, pt jO o'clot k in the forenoon,' Jeefe
AJeiju li, Grcrdian rf Clarissa Sitler, a mi
nor child ol John S-ller, late of Fratiklin
lp., in said rounty dee'd, will expose 10
pale, by TuNic Vendee, on the premises, a
certain house andlot, situate in the town
ship and rounty a'oresaid, sdjoininz lands
of Zip Otman Stephen Baldy and Michael
Meiisch, containing one halt' acre more or
less on which is erected a frame house and
stable with the appur'enances.
Late the estate of raid deceased, situate
in ihe t.wnt-liip of FranHil'n and county
aforesaid. JESSE COLEM A ,
Bloomsburg Fb..fl, 1866. Clerk.
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Ten percent ol two th:rds of the pur
chase money to be paid at the striking
down of the property. The balance of the
two thirds of the purchase money to be
I : 1 . c .: - f .1-
pain on me roniirrnanuii ui fi.
The one third of the purchase money lo
remain in ihe premises durins the lifetime
of Ihe widow, Catharine Loremun, the in
teresMo be paid to the saidCatnerine Lore
man annually, on the firs' day of April in
each and every year during her lifetime,
ami at her death the said one third lo be
paid lo the said Claiissa Sitter or her legal
representative. The widow's third to be
secured by bond and mortgage. The pur
chaser to pay for conveyancing and stamps
Bloom burg, Eb. 7, 1866.
A. J. EVANS'
Iecrly opposite Ihe Episcopal Civrch.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Y Mock is composed of fine clothins,
niedium and low priced adapted lo
j a!l condnions, tastes and wrnts. He has
the latest styles for the deason a fine as-
Overcoats and Cnllemen's Shaw s,
from low totha very bet-
Goods ate fofkiutwbfe end veil Made.
In addition to my slock of ready-made
cloihins, I have piece goofs for cus om
Iolhs, CasintcreB, &c, &c.
And havinc rf) of the fir.-t clas- cutters,
Crtarle- . Keichatd; formerly of Eaton,
I guarantee a'fit in all cases and give
MMiafiion. Also a variety of Woolen
and Linen S!iirts, Stock ingf, Neckiies Col
Lm." Stocks, flandke'r.thiefrt everything in
Hie gen'Imen's line of clothing.
A'o Hats, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and
I will eU at the lowest Market prices.
Pleae give me a call before pnrchain?
elrewhere. ANDREW J. EVANS.
Nov. 1 5;fi 1865.
THE VERY FLATTERING SUPPORT
heretofore iven to the late firm ot JAMES
S. McNINCH & CO., induces the under
-igned to enter npon the buines of
upon a omflwhat new p'n. The cre.Tit
-yftem has been an injury lo both boyer
and seller, and therefore
JA.T3KS S. I?ScI.CZI
oropoes to open on the 13'h day of
rnor.th of November, A. D. 1865
Tin: MOST COMPLETE JiXI)
EL c G.I $T STOCK OF
nVF.R OFFERED IN THIS COUNTY ;
consisting ol every variety and qcality of
staple and fancy good,
GROCERIES, iU E ENS W ARE, HARD
WARE, and ail -ort of articles kept in a country
store ; to be sold
SISIEA3 IFvEB OiiSIH
OR IN EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF
The whole business lo be conducted on
the system of pay as yon go; and at cheap
er rates than any other house. Call and
judge for yourselves. ,
JAMES S. McNINCH.
November 8, 1865.
IN BLOOMSBURG, PA.
THE UNDERSIGNED has jnt opened a
ne- Store in SCHIVE'S BUILDING MAIN
STREET. Bioornsborg, Pa., which he has
filled with a fir-l class assortment of
of all descriptions, and
GIlOCEiJIKS, HARDWARE AND
in the nsual variety.
Also FLOUR and FEED snppJied at the
lowest market prices. He rnpeclfull jr so
licits a fair share of patronage.
JAMES K. EYER.
Bloomsburg, NTov. 8, 1865 tf.
PHOTOGRAPHS I PIIOTCGRAP HSt t
A NE tr GA LLE If Y AT O QMS
BURG. fyHE undersigned lake pleasure in an-
i ouncini that he has opened a Gallery
in the lare Room over Hanman's Store, in
Bloomsbnrff, Pa., for PHOTOGRAPHIC
and Kindred Art. He is prepared to lake
Pictures ol all kinds.
Having procured the service of an ex
perienced Artii Jroni New York he i pre
pared lo do all kinds of Picture taking
Call and ee before going elsewhere.
A. A. HEMPSEAD.
January 31, 1868 3n.
lllVU agents everywhere lo sell
our improved ?20 Sewins Machines. Three
new kinds. Under and p,ier feed. War
ranted five years. Above salary or large
commissions paid. The ONLY machine
in the United States for!es than S40,w h ich
are fully licersed by Howe, Wheeler &
Wilson, Grover & Baker, Sinaer & Co., and
Bachelder. All other cheap Machines are
infringements and ihe seller or user are lia
ble to arreM, fine and imprisonment. Cir
culars free. Address, or cll npon Shaw &
Clark, Biddeford, Me. Dec. 20: "65--ly
ITCH ! ITCH ! ITCH !
Scrnlcli, Scratch, Scratch!
. Will Care the Itcn in 4S Hours.
ALSO cares Salt. Rheum, Ulcers, Chil
blains, and all Eruptions of the skin. Price
50 cents. For sate by all drosraists. -
By sending 60 cents to WEEKS & POT
TER, Sol- Agents, 170 Washington street,
Boston, Masai, it will be forwarded by mail,
free of pontage, to any pan of ihe United
Stales. . Sept. 27, 1865. 6m.
The Finances of (he lonnf y Of Colnni
Lia, from (lie 1st Day of Jan. A. I.
1865, (o Ihe 1st Pay of Jan. A. D,
a i J J
HjlflE Auditor elected lo settle and adjust
the public accounts of Columbia coun
ty, respectfully beg leae to report that they
have examined the same from the first day
) of January A. D. 186. lo the first day of
January, A. D. 1866, and respectfully lay
telore the Honorable Judges of Ihe Court
of Common Pleas of aid coon'y the fol
lowing statement and report agreeably lo
the 2id section of the "Act ol Genera! As
sembly of this Commonwealth, passed the
fourth day ol April, A. D , 1834."
Daniel Mc.Ueory, Treasurer of Columbia
County, in account with said countv
Jan. To ami. outstanding
for 1865 &c, $6664 76
To balance in hands
of Treasurer as per
last Auditors' report S563 20
To bal. on ten day
assessment 1861 23 60
May To cah of Jesse
Coleman rroih'y ju
ry fees and fines
do To cash of Jacob
To cash of Joejih
Geiger land rednrd
May. To cash of Wm.
Lamon land red'med
Jcne. To cash of John
Karn8 land red'med
To amount of coun
ty tax assessed for 1865 11133 SO
Sep. To cash of Jer-Ja
coby for 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
do To fen day asnat '65 18 87
do " cah of Michael
Brobst land red'med 13 80
Dec To ca-h of Jas Rog-
ers old pl.nk 1 00
do To cah of Je-e Cole
man Jury fees & fines 13 CO
do To cash of J. G.
Freeze shingle 10 10
Paid assessors for
spring military ass't '65 112 40
To csh ot military
fund viz :
J S Sarrders notice of
V H Jacoby notices
P John Blank book
Paid assessors for
asmof Dig tax '65
To cash ot sundry
To cash ree'd for sun
dry taxes 231 86
- 1910 3
By amV ouls'ar.ding for
1865 and previous yrs 5347 24
" Exonerations allowed
collectors 316 33
" Commission allowed
collectors 504 05
" am'l connty orders re
deemed 12792 47
" Treasurer's commit
sion on $12149 80 at 4
per cent " 497 99
" ara't paid slate Treas
urer tax on on'star.dtng
bonds . 8 25
Balance in hands of Treas
ure 284 61
DANIEL McHENRY, Treasurer of Col
umbia county in account with lax on Dogs.
To amount outstanding
and uncolleced for
1P64 am! pteiionsyrs 784 65
am'l due said fund an
per auditors report Jan
" amt ass'd for 1865
By amoont outstanding &
" Exonerations allowed
" commission all'd do
41 am't of sheep dam
a2 orders redeemed
Paid afesessors for as
sessing dog lax for ;65
on $937 25 at 5 per cl
8 If 00
Auditor's and clerki.
Am't od auditors & cleric
W Wirt auditing Prolh'y
& Registers acct
Am't paid assessors lor
spring as-rr.'i 609 63
BRIDGE & ROAD VIEWS.
Am't paid sundry persons
David Savtge. bal on bridge
con ract :n Pine twp '64 122 00
W A Kile bridge in Sugar
loaf 700 00
David Savage bridge in
Benton 1100 00
Am't paid sundry persons
for repairs ' 1222 72
Am't paid for blank books
for Prothonotary & Re
corders offices ?D 40
: CONSTABLES' RETURNS.
Am't paid the several con
stables during the year 153 24
Am'l paid Moses Coffman 50 50
CLEANING COURT HOUSE.
Am't paii.1 sundry person 24 00
Am'l pd for repairs at Court
Hooe and Jail during ihe yr. 771 01
COMMISSIONERS & CLERK.
Am't pd RC Fruit Clerk 600 00
" Rohr McHenry Comm'r 1T6 61
"TJ VandeM.ce " 22 61
' Allen Mann " 176 61
" John F Fowler ' 18 00
. COMMISSIONERS' ATTORNEY.
Am'l pd VV Wirt Att'y 75 00
COM MON W EA LI H COSTS.
Am'l pd mnofv person
Am't pd E H L.ttle.
Am't pd for spring election 421 20
" General " 377 50
WILD CAT & FOX SCALPS.
Am'l pJ aoodry person 55 20
i Coal & Wood for Court
) House and Jail 16 60
Am'l pd for stationary for coua
Paid Lycoming Insurance Co
A m't paid Joseph Lilly, esq.,'
inquest- on body ot W.
John Doak. Esq., on
body of R. Hill,
H. L Freas, M. D. ex
amination of bod? of
M. C arles. at inq'st,
JR. Evans, M. 1). ex
amination of body of
VV. Reeser at inquest.
PRINCIPAL & INTEREST ON LOAN.
Am'l paid Francis Evans
in'el for 1864 on bond
against connty . 60
Ain't paid Francis Evans
do Francis Evans int'st 35
do paid Frank Barton, m
JURORS' WAGES & MILEAGE
Am't paid Jurors at the several
Am'l pd. J. R Evans M- D.
attendance on prisoners 6 00
do F. C. Harrison, " 2 00
Am't paid J. S "Sanders for
publishing notice of
appeal 2 00
do W. H. Jacoby lor print-
ing notices 5 00
do P John, blank book 5 00
Am'l paid W H Jacoby 201 00
do J S Sanders 125 00
do L L Tate 108 50
Am'l pd. E. S Penitentiary
for support of convicts 306 25
do paid Pa. State Lunatic
Hospital for support of
Paid Jesse Coleman Proth'y
Am?i paid D A Beckley, P M
Samuel Rimby Madison 14 00
D Pur-el Bloom 25 00
Jlugh Thnmpor Briarereek 30 00
Ar.thonv Weitzel Hemlock 20 CO
Samuel Bmeler do 63 00
Stephen McIIenrv "widow"
Jaefc'on " 125 00-
Samnel Trump Orange 50 00
Am't paid J G Freeze, re
cording Treasurer's bonds
Amrt pid PJohn for stamps
do S Snyder for boarding
prisoners 363 04
do conveyins J Coursan
and M Handelong to
E Penitentiary 90 50
Jo conveying Thos.StodJ
to E Penitentiary 70 00
Am't paid Solomon Key hard
surveying unsealed land
Am't paid sundry persons, to wit
Mt Pleasant do
Am't paid at the several courts
Am'l of road, school and
poor tax refunded to the
Whole am't of orders issued
for the year 1865
Deduct an.'t of sheep danri
as?e orders for the
borrowed money and
int'st on same
the ear 1865
We the miderj-ianed mi litOM of Colum
bia Contuy, beinii duly elected lo adjust
and settle the accounts ol ihe Treasurer
and Commissioners, do certify that we met
at the office ol ihe Commiioners in
Bloomsberg and carefully examined the
accounts and vouchers ot the same from
the first day of January, A. D., 1665. io
the first day of Jan., A. D. 18fc6, and find
ihm correct as tel forth in the foregoing
statement, and that we find a balance due
Colnmbia Connty of Two Hundred and
Eiahty Four Dollars and sixty-one cents,
(?284 61) from Daniel McHenry, Treasurer
of said County. Given under our hands,
this third day of Jannary, 1866.
DANIEL SNYDER, i Countv
L. B.RUPERT, 1 AuJiloif.
Attest DANIEL LEE.
We, the nndersigned, Commissioners of
Columbia County, do certify that the tore
goins i a coirect statement of the ac
couuTs of said county for the year A. p.,
186V Witness our hands, January third
A. D. 1866.
THOS. J. VANDERSL1CE, ) Conam'rs of
ALLEN MANN, ) Cot. Co.
Jtiesl R C. FRUIT.
FINANCES OF COLUMBIA COUNTY
Balance due from col
lectors S5347 24
Deduct exonerations &
Bal. due Co. from Treas.
Deduct orders unre
deemed tor 1864 and
Deduct orders unre
deemed for 1865
Deduit balance due
D Savage on bridge
contract in Benton
Deduct balance due
W A Kile, bridge con
tract in Sogarloaf
6R0 50 SI 553 96
Balance in favor of county
STATEMENT OF DOG TAX
Bal. due from collectors $819 00
Deduct exonerations &
commissions 150 00
$669 00 f
Deduct orders unre
deemed for 1864 and
SI 15 50
113 00 S228 50
Bal. in favor of said fund
Bloomsburg, Jan. 3,
Terrible Excitement !
IN LIGHT STREET,
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
On Account of the ZVcw
Arrivnl of FAI.,I & Winter
C!2i CO CE !D b23 0
GREA TREDUC TWN IN PRICES
f"TAS just received from the eastern cities
and is now opening at the old stand
a splendid assortment of
nr cs Da si en c!L 2. Z2 cts &
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE 1
His stock consists of Ladies Dres Goods,
choicest styles and latest fashions,
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS, &C.
COTTON A PES,
KENTUCKY JEANS, .
COOTS AM) SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short every thing usually kept in a
Th patronage of his old friends, and
the public generally," is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Lght S'reet, Oct. 4, 1865.
B. ii. gTOHNEK,
BAKER A5 TOXFECTIOXER
nAS always on hand snd for sale Fresh
BREAD, CAKES, ar.d PIES ;
French and Domestic foufcCUoas
in great and splendid variety ; Nuts Fruit1,
and everything usually found in a first
class confectionery nore.
He would call especial attention to his
nwy received stock of
ViCKLED FRUITS, AND JELLIES.
ilaving recei:?ly fined up a new and
on the tmt floor, two doors tid t Eycr
& Moyer's Drug store he is prepafjd o
wait npon iiis m?.ry cj;tomers with F1RT
CLASS FRESH OYSTERS as cheap as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parlies,
and Families, wiih Oys'ers, Confectionery,
&c., at reasonable rate?.
Bloom sburz, Dee. 20, 1865.
WYOMISG IiSlKAS(E C0.MPAXT,
OJfice over the Jftoming Bank,
CAPITAL AM) SURPLUS, 150,000.
FF Will insurp against loss or damage
by Fire on properly in town or country, at
DIRECTORS, G. M Hollenback, John
Reichard, Samuel Wadham, D L Shoe
maker, Daniel G. Driesbach, R. C. Smiih.
R. D. Laeoe, G. P. Steele, W. W. Keicham
Charles Dorrance, W. S. Ross, George M
G. M. HOLLENBACH. Pres't
I). L. SHOEMAKER, V. Pres'l.
R. C. SMITH, Secretary,
W. G. STERLING, Tr-asnrer.
L H. CONOVER, Agent,
Beach Haveu, Pa.
December 2d, 1865. ly.
Ju-tice ot the Pence,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
Office Beaver Valley, Pa.
Will attend to taking acknowledgements,
Write Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Bonds,
Notes, Agreements, &c. Surveying atten
ded to with despatch. Charges moderate.
Jan. 10, 1866. 4mo.
Bounties, Back-pay, Pensions, 4"C,
Special attention paid to matters arising
under (he Internal Revenue Laws.
OFFICE, one door west of the Court
House." BLOOMSBURG, Pa.
January 17, 1866.
The undersigned will pay the highest
niarket prices tor CLOVER3EED.
Rupert, Pa. 3rno.
" " oLrTTliS'GsiAWmv
j A PAMPHLET directing how to speedily
j re-tore sight and give up spectacles,
i wi hiut aid ol tloctor or medicine. Sent
j by mail, free, on receipt af 10 cents. Ad
I dress, E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
1130 Broadway, New York.
"! ? ONTGOM ERY WILLIAMS respectful--'-
ly announces lo the public generally
that he is manufacturing CORN BROOMS,
lor sale, wholesale or retail, in Wilkes
Barre. lie is prepared to furnish merchan s
and others with a eood article of Broom,
at reasonable prices Perons having ma
terial tha they desire made up upon shares
can send il to him. Hi work will compare
favorably with any mad np in the Sia'e.
THE BES1 OF THE MON I H LIES
THE LADY'S FRIEND devoted to FASH
ION and LITERATURE. Beautiful St-el
Engravings. Splendid uonble-siz co'.yred
fashim plates. The latest pa tf-rn- of
Dresses, Cloaks, Bonne's, Embroidery, &.e.
Household Receipt. Music, &c. WHEEL
ER & VTLSON:S Sewing Machines given
as Premiums. Send 15 cents for a san:o!e
copy io DEACON & PETERSON, 319
Walnut Street, Philadelphia
N. E corner Tenth and Ch esinut Street
ThemoRt complete and thoroughly ap
pointed Business Commetcial College in
The only on3 in Ihe City possessing a
Legislative Charter, and the otilv one in
United Slates authorized to confer Degreess
of Merit. Diplomas awarded to graooates
in the Commercial Course under its corpo
ra'e seal by acihoriiy of law.
Conducted by gentlemen of liberal edu
cation and extensive experience in business
and affording uneqnalled advantages for the
thorough theoretical and practical educa
tion of young men for the various duties
and employment ol business life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a system of
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original nnd pre-eminently practical, giv
ing the strident in the shortest time a com
plete insight into lht routine, details cus
toms and forms of business in general, as
conducted in the best regulatpd commer
cial and financial establishments
Upon a new plan, with an original exposi
tion of the science of accounts, arranged
and published by the propretor of this In
stitution exclusively for his own use, sav
ing one-half the ordinary labor of (lis stu
dent, and giving; him a complete knowl
edge of the practice oi the best account
ants. THE COMMERCIAL COURSE.
Bookkeeping, Commercial Arithmetic, Pen
manship, Business Correspondence,
Commercial Law, Lectures on Bu
siness Affairs, Commercial
Customs. Forms, and Ac
tual Business Prac
tice. SPECIAL BRANCHES.
Algebra and the Higher Mathematics. Tho
noraphy, Ornamental Penmanship, the
Art of Detecting Counterfeit Money,
Engineering, Surveying Naviga--tion
The arrangements for Telegraphing are
far in advance of anything of the kind
ever otTered to the public. A regular Tel-
! egraph Line is connected witn the Institu
tion with twenty brances in various parl3 of
Ihe city, where public business is transact
ed, and in which Ihe 6'udents of this Insti
tution are permitted to practice. No regu
lar office practice can be had in any other
school ol instruction in the country, with
out which no one can obtain a position as
a practical operator. Youn? men are cau
lioteJ again! the deceptive representa
tions of those who, without any such fa-ciliti-s,
pretend to teach Telegraphing.
This institution is now enjoying the
pCt patronage ever bestowed upon
corr.nerrial school in the State. Over
hundred s;ui,rtis were in attendance
first year, and over .sven hundred during
the past year. The best das of siudents
may invariably be found herfi and all its
associations are first clasa.
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
The it.stiin:ion i located in ihe mof-t cen
tral pJrt of the city, and iis arcomoda:ions,
for extent, elegance arid convenience, ar
nnsnrpassed. All the rooms have been
fii:d np in the very best style with
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COUNTING
HOCSES, TELGRAPH OFFICES,
STATIONERY STORE, .
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supDlied with finei'j" engraved lithographic
noes used as a circuiting medium in the
Department of Actual L'u.sine?l"-
TO YOUNG MEN who d.'.'" PRAC
TICAL EDUCATION FOR BUs7NEsi we
guarantee a course of instruction n where
eUe equalled, while the reputation ar,d
standing of the institution among busine5
men make its endor.-emeut the beat pass
port to success and advancement. All con
templating entering any commercial Coi
lie, are invited to send for an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR AND CATA
LOGUE remaining complete interior views
of the College, and full particulars of the
course of instruction, term, fcc
L. FAIRBANKS, AM,
T. C. SEARCH, Special Teacher and
Supt. ol Office RuMnecS.
Nov. 1, 18651 yr.
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Tu-cnly-ycnr Coupon Bonds in Su?ns
of $50, S100, 500, and $1,000.
Interest SeTn Per Tent., Payable in
The City or New Yerk.
Principal and Interest Payable in GOLD.
$10,000,000 to 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 rats
of premium on gold.
The first year's interest already pro
vidtH. THE MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
Immense tracts of Mining and Aqricul
(oral lands; sixty per rent, of port dues,
imposts and laves, in the Stales ol Tamanli
pas and San LuisPotosi; anJ the plighted
faith of the said States ar.d the General
Government are all pledged for the redemp
tion of these Bonds and pay ment of inter
est. The Srcixriiy is Ample.
30 in U. S Currency will buy a 7 per
cent Gold Bond ol S50.
60 in U.S. Currency will buy a 7 per
cent. Gol f Bor.d of 10i.
S300 in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per
cent Gold Bond of $500.
S60u in U.S. Currency will buy a 7 per
cent. Gold Bond of SI 000.
Let every lover of Republican Institutions
buy at least
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions re
JOHN W. CORLIES & CO.,
and J. N. TIF FT, Fmaucial Agent
of he Republic of Mexico, 57, Rro,jway)
fc Subscriptions bWo rece;,feti by Banks
and Bt.kers gne'dlly thragrioux Unit
Nov 8. 1S65.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. .
Etate of John Peolerjate of Fishinsftrcek town
skip, Columbia couniy, oec'd.
LETTERS of adminUtration on the es
ta'e of John Pealer late ol Fts'iner,ek
township Columbia county, have been
sramed by the Re2i-tr of said counlv, to
Solomon Buss. Persons having claims
against ihe estate of the decedent are re
quested to present them to ihe administra
tor for settlement, and those indebted to
'.he estate will make payment forthwith to
Jaru 17, l6fi 6w. Adm'r-
Northern Central Xai5iroF
T 1MB T A B L E.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and froit the
lorth and West Branch of the Sosqoelao
no Elmira. and all of Northern New York.
On nnd after Monday, May 28th, 18459,
the jVsnS" 'rrin nf ,ne Norib Central
Railway ' arr,,re and depart from Son
burv H.rrubind Baltimore, as follow-,
Dury , ' TIIWARD.
Mai! Train leave Sudbury daiff . !
except Sundays, t 10.40 am,
Leaves Hatrisborg. . l-30p.ro.
Arrives at Ballimr?- S-30
Express Train leaves Sulfur? daiff
except Sundays, at JMOpjn,
Leaves Harrisb'rg.except Momy 0 a.m..
Arrives at Baltimore daly exce"'
Monday, at 7.00 a.mv
Accommodation leaves Harrisb'rg' 7.45.a.m.
Sunboiy Aec. leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays at 7 30 a.m.
Arv's at Harrisb'e except Sundays 10.15 11
NOR Til IV A R I) .
Mail Trail leaves Baltimore daily
except Sundays at T,20 a m.
Leaves Harrisburg, 1.45 p.m.
Arrives at Sunbnry, 4.20 p m.
Expiess Trains Baltimore daily, 10.00 "
Arrives at Harrit-burg, 2.20 a.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg except Monday .2.40
Arrives at Sunbury, 5.15 .
Erie Express leaves Baltimore ex
cept Sundays at P 00 p.m.
Arrives at Harrisburg, 12.55 i.
Leaves Ilarrisburg, 1.15 '
Arrives at Sunbury, 4 lo
Sunbury Accom. leaves Hafrlrburg
Daily except Sundays at 4.25 p.m.
Arrives at Sunbury at 7 10 '
For further particulars apply at ihe office
I. N DUBARRY, Supt.
Harnsbors, July 10, 185.
& ERIE RAIL ROAD
his great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties cf Pennsylvania to
the city of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania
Rail Road Company, and is operated by
Time of Passenger trains at North'd.
Erie Mail Train 5 40 P. M.
Erie Express Train, 3 30 A. M.
Elmira Express Train, 11 25 P. M
Elmira Mail Train, 10 25 A M.
Erie Mail Train, 3 15 A. M.
Erie Express Train, 2 40 P.M.
Elmira Expres Train, 6 30 A. M.
Elmira Mail Train 4 35 P. M.
Passenger cars run through on Ihe Erie
Mail and Express trains without change
b&tli ways between Philsdclohia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave N ew York at 6 00 P. M., arrive
at Erie 3 37 A. M.
Leave Erie at 1 Z5 P. M., arrive at New
York 1 15 P. M.
NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN ERIE
AND NEW YORK
Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Night trains.
For information respecting Passenger
business apply at cor. 30ih and Mark et Sis..
Philadelphia. And for Freight business of
the Company's Agents.
S. B Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13tb and Mae
ket Street. Philadelphia.
J. VV. Reynolds, Kris.
VV Brown, Aa'i. N. C. R. R.. Baltimore,
H H. HOUSTON.
General FreiahtAgt. Thil a.
W. G WINNER,
General Ticket Agt. Pbil'j.
A. L. TYLER,
General Sop't, Williamspori.
Dec o, toast. -
OMNI BUS LINE.
J'HE undersigned would respectfully an-
nounce to ihe citizens of Bloomsburg,
and the public generally, iLat he is running
An OMNIBUS LINE
between this place and
the different Rail Road
jpos, daily, (Sundays excepted) to eou
nect xT rt?l the several Train? going South
and West On the Catawissa & Williamsport
Kail Road, an"' wtth those going North and
South on the Laclr. & Bloomsbofg Road.
His OMNIBUSES ire jn good condition,
commodious and corfotrabl, and charges
reasonab'e. T3T Persons wishing to meet
or see their friends depart, can be accom
modated, upon reasonable charges, by leav
ing timely no'ice at snv of ihe Hotels.
JACOB L. GIRTON, Proprietor.
Eloom.bnrg, April 27, 1864.
WM.D K00XS Proprietor.
w iit.i . r v a "
i rrasrninceni uoiei, situate in me
cemrai puruoii i ine town, and op
posite the Court House, his been thoroughly
repaired and refurnished, and the Proprietor
is now prepared to accommodate travelersJ
teamsters, drovers and boarders in the mosi
pleasant and agreeable manner. Hiaiabll
will be supplied with the best the market;
aflnrds,and hts Bar with the choicest liqnors
AHPniise osuers win always be on handJ
anu nis siaunua is me most extensive in
this se ion ol country. Omnibuses wi
aiwayscie in reattiness io convey passed
gers io ana irom tne Ka it road Depots.
WM. 3. K0ONS.
Bloomsburg, July 4, 1860.
ILAUK'S M1100L VISITOR,
A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY.
The Visitor will commence it.tenlH
volume with the January nnmter, 1866
This i ihe only Day School Periodical
Magazine form, teantifnlly illostraled
New type, ne-.y features ; Reading. Music
peeches. Dialogues, StoriePuzzlea,. Emd
mas, Rehoses, &c, from the very be4
he Visitor has the largest circulation rJ
any 'iJucatior.al Journal published. No4
is ','e time to form clubs.
The publisher, in order to reach all par!
'.u the country, will send the visitor on
ear, fKCh, to one person iwuo will ad
agent) at any Post Otr.ee in ihe Unu
Address, with five cents for particular!,
J. W. DAUGHADAY, Publisher.
13U8 Ohe-tnut Street, Philadelphia. FM
DISEASES of the Uriuary and Sexul
Systems new and reliable nea'ment. A
o the BKIDAL. iJHAaiBhll.iD Kssay
W ar.ing and 1 iistrnciion, sent in sea'
envelopes, free ot charge. Address, I
J. SKILI.lN HOUGHTON, Howard Assrv
ation, No. 2, South Ninth S'reet Phiiad.
June 21, Ig65 ly.
Super-pfiosphale of Lime. Bauzfd
Sons' Raw Bone Phosphate, in Tar
and small quantities and Pure Wi
ranted Lake Salt, at wholesale & ret
for sale b; , J. II. II ARMANI
July 31. 1 8 to. Rupert Stati