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Penfylrihia i (testified to. be omr of Teat
A n. ntl r have a powerful nnAo-.
nce upon the faiore of the country at )aike.
i...f ma.ir( it will determ ine it-
.1 .-.i .nn:i nf.i866. ancf have an I
r Influence npoathe presidential election two
ve tnerear.er. i",
... i v i - . )Via'rnu-K or ( he
will profaDiy cst;iei":" ". , "
nexiU.S. Senator from thi Slate aniithu.
a fleet the legislation of Congress and Mhe
; restoration of peace to the land h is,
; therefore,- cf vital importance that every
fe Vxertioo should be made by every member
, of our party to secure the victory. Not
: only should every Iccat organization be pnt
to wcrk.tut every honorable measnn should
be adopted to etir op the apathetic and
'lukewarm, audio make new vote by con
version. It can only be through the ira
, rautable nd golden principles of Democra.
. cy thai the country can be redeemed from
' the thraldom of fanaticism, degrada-iou and
taxation. Outside the Democracy thcje are
n principles. - The rule of action of the
opposition is ever changing one thing to
: day something else to-morrow. Jus held
together merely by expedients the lvest
and most outrageous of all being the mod-
em, six-months ' political trick of negro
"'"suffrage.'1, To defeat this, and all o'her
"schemes of the Abolition-shoddy hordes
who live only to plunder and tyrannize, let
every Democrat arouse and gird on iho
rusty armor of his fathers in Democracy
f 'of Washington, of Jefferson, of Jackson,
' and march to battle nd to victory !
THE WEEKLY PATRIOT AND UNION.
-Asibe Central organ of theDmocrut c
" parly the Weekly Patriot and Union has
acquired a lar-e and more diffused circu
- lation than any other Democratic journal
in the Slate. It has heretofore occupied
an influential pokion as an able and in
riustrioua vorker in the eaoo of Democ-
'aey, and ita friends fray that it still contin
ues to be a valuable organ of the party
-It is not for us, however, to puff our own
work. If we have been faithful to the
l:anse.cf ihe party and tho country, we
Lope every Democrat will make it an ob
ject to extend our field of cperatinns, b?
adding to our list of subscribers. The low
price of the -Weekly in comparison with
. the amount of matter furnished, make it
one ef the cheapest of newspaper. We
- hope every good Democrat who reads this
4 wiil send his name and S2 50 for a copy lor
one year. If this is too much for those who
are very poor, let all such ' send us fif'y
cents each, and receive the Weekly Patriot
nd Union for the campaign. The follox
' ji.g are the terras :
. ' TERMS Tt. TEAH.
Single copies, fer annam,
- , . ' six months,
Clbbsof ten or more to one aJJresi
DfaiKO TBI CAMPAIGN.
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Clubs ol lea or more to one address 50 cts.
All orders should be addressed to the
' PATH 1 0 1 AIn U U Nlurx,
READING RAIL ROAD.
KOTEMBEIS 273 18G5.
GREAT Trunk lir.e frpm' the Nor'.Ii and
Norlli-west for Philadelphia, New
York, Trading, Pottsville, Tamaona, Ah
Und, Lebanon, Allentown, Ejston, fiic;
Trains leave Harrisbor for New York,
os follows. At 3 00, 7.25 'and 9 03, A. M.
and 1 4S and 9.00 P. M , arriirins at New
York at 5.40 and 10 00 A. M., and 3 40 and
10. ?5 1 A! , connecting with similar Trains
cm the Pennsylvania Rail Road : Sleeping
accompanying the 3.00 anf SUj A. il.
Trains', without chan3
Leave HarrMurg for Reading, Pottsvi!!e,
Ta!i;aqiia, Minersville, Ashland, I'ir.p
Grove, Allentown and Philadelphia, at 7 S5
A il. ar.d I 45 and 9 00 P. M.t Mopping at
Lebanon and all Way Stations; the 9 00
P. M. Traiif making no close connections
lor Poitsville nor Philadelphia. For Pott
vilTe, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via
- t?vhuyikiir and Susquehanna Rail Road,
U-ivb Harrisbora at 4 00 P.M.
Returning, leave New York at 9.00 A. M ,
12 CO noon, aud 8 CO P. 11. Philadelphia
at 8 00 A. M. and 3.30 r. M. ; roitsriiTe at
I 8. 30 A-. M. and 2.45 P. M, AMaiid at
! 6C(Jand 11.45 A. M and I 15 P.ll Tamaqua
i 7.35 A.M ar.d 1.40 P.M.
! Leave Pottsvill for Ha'risburi, via
j Sihuylkill and. Susquehanna Rail Road, at
45 A. 11.
1 5, Reading Accommodation Train: Leaves
I Reading .at 6 30 A. II. returning from Phil
I iultphia at 4 30--P- 11
j - Colombia Railroad Trains leave Read-
?wirj at 6 10 A. 11. and 6.15 P. M. for Ephra
I Us. Litiz, Lancaster, Colombia, &c.
1 " r- On Sundays : Leave New York at 8.00 P.
! "' 11. Philadelphia 3 15 P. 11., Puirsviiie 8.00
' ' A.M., Tamaqua 8 00 A.M., HarrUbsrg 9 05
A. M., an? Readina at 1 00 A. II. for Har
psourg, ana u s.' n. m ir new iur. j
j Commutation. Aliieag, ea?on. -nooi
' and Excursion Tickets to aud from ail points
at reduced rates.
; Bagiage checked through 80 pounds
I " allowed each Passenger.
S G. A. NICuLLS,
j General Superin:eidenl.
1 Readiko Pa., Dec. 13, 1S65.
I : NEW GOODS!
Anolhci Arriral ol" Goojlf.
1 AT -
Ilat, Cap and Grocery
j grp CT T?T IT
' Aow is Four Time to Buy.
, HE. NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
1 1 1HE undersisned having just relumed
I from the Eastern cities with a lare
and fall assortments of f(t
in addition to a snneri ki-hhjJ.
ct stock of spring and summer
1 II ATS AND CAPS,
comprising every sort and quality, is now
prepared to sell a little cheaper than can
b- purchased else where.
H's Stock ol GROCERIES are not ur
f azsed in this marke', which lie offer
cheap for cash, or in exchange for GRAIN
Oil PRODUCE. - ' .
ALSO,-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
and LININGS to which he invites the. at
tention ot Shoa makers and the public.
Give fclari a caii At Stroup' Old Stand,
oa llaia Suee:.
JOHN K GIRTON.
Elooresborg, Nov'r 27 1864.
DR. J.R.EVANS, '
TLjsteian and Surgeon,
".TAViNG located permanently on Main
Slreet, BLOOMSSURG, Pa., wonld in
form the pu'uiic generally, that fan is pre
pared to a. tend to ail business faith fa lly and
punctually that may be intrusted to his care,
co terns coramerisora.e with ;he times.
C7 He pay strict attention to Surgery
a?we!l as Medicine. .
November 25; lS6J.-ly. . .
I-MVIi) LOiriJXDEKG. :
C L O T HI AG STORE,
r " ' "'rest,! wo door ftbf)re the Amer-.
' - "':'.!. - .... -. .
THE P ll(E XIX PECTORAL
' Your Cough.
Read the, alvijr-
''The Phcenix Pec
toral; or compound
Syrup of WildCherry and Seneka Snake
Root, will core the Diseases of the Throat
and Lungs, "Each as co'do, coughs, crocp,
Asthma, bronchitis, catarrh,sore throat,
hoarseness, whobping cough, &c.
, Its timely use will prevent PULMOARY
CONSUMPTION. And even where this
fearful disease is fully developed, it will
afford more relief than any other medicine.
J. Lawrence Getz, ex-Speaker of the
Pennsylvania House of Representatives,
says; "This cough remedy is now exten
sive used, and is of ihe highest value to
the community, its curative qualifies hav
ina been tested by thousands with the
most gratifying results. It ia carefully and
skillfully prepared frrm Wild Cherry Bark
and Seneka Snake Root, by Dr. Levi Ober
holtzer, a reputable physician of Phcenix
ville, Pa., and is sold by nearly all drug
gists and country storekeepers."
D. P. Crosby, ex Post Master. and ex
Burgess of Poltsiown, renifiea as follows:
FOTTSTOWN, Jan. 3, 1865.
This certifies that I have used the Prce
nix Pectoral in my fimily, and 1 recom
mend it to the Public as ihe very test
remedy for cough and cclds that I have
ever tried One of my children was taken
with a cold, accompanied with a crotipy
couh, so bad, indeed, that it could not
talk and scarcely breathe. Having heard
so much said about the PI tcnix Pectoral
I procured a bottle of if. The first dose
relieves the difficulty of breathing, and he
fore the child had taken one fonrdi of the
bottle it was entirely well. Every family
should have it in their house. .
Signed D. P CROSBY.
J. C Smith, drng-jit of New Haf--3 .oncks
conoty, Pa., in writing to Dr. Oce.i ol xer,
says: "A few days since I bought two
dozsn of your valuable couh remedy to
try, and find it very good, and a it is near
ly all gone I would like you to send ice a
gross of it.
"Ycur medicine gives better satisfaction
than any other I have in the Store. I am
egenl lor some of the most popular couh
preparations, but yours seems to be doing
the mod good.''
Toe foiiowins is an extract from a letter
from Hiram Ellis, merchant, r.ear Pelts,
town, Pa., "I have tried the Pi.cenix Pec
toral and find if to be the best cough med
irire extant. Ii meets vrith a more ready
sale than any other that I have ever had in
The proprietor of tf.is medicine has so
much oor.fiJet.ca in iis curative powers,
from the testimony of thousands who have
ued it, that the money will te paid back
to tr.y purchaser who is not satisfied with
It is so pleasant to tike that children cry
for it. Price THIRTY-FIVE CENTS; lar -e
Dottles ONE DOLLAR.
1; is intended for only one class of dis
ease, namely those cl tho THROAT and
P epared only by LEVI OSERIiOLTZER
M D., Pi csnixvil.'e, I?a., and sold ty s.11
Druggists and Storekeepers.
Johnson, Uoi.'oway, & Cowden, No. 23
North Sisih tlreel, Philadelphia, and
F. C. Wells & Co., 115 Franklin Street,
New York, General Wholesale Agent.
N.B. If your irearest drngii-t or store
keeper -Joes not keep this medicine do net
let t.im put you off v.ith some other medi
cine, because he makes more mor.ey on it,
bot send at once to one of the Agents for it.
June 21, 1863 6ai.
a.TA WISSa i-AILaOAIi. On antl alter
Monday, November 27, 1865, paten
ter t rains on the Catawissa Rairoal will
run as follows :
n. y rxp s.
1 50 a. m.
4 00 '
4 13 '
6 15 s
1.05 p .m
WilfiamspM, dep. 8 45 a. m
11 15 '
Q inkake jan
vi. PoMsville '
via. P. Clinton,
ERIE E.Y. ELMIKA MAIL.
New York, dep. 6.00 p. m. dep. 6.00 a. m.
Phila , " '
via. M. Chunk,"
via. P. Clinton, '
Cata wi.tsa, .
' .- ' - 1-';- .' "
3 30 i
1150 a.m. .. i2.45 pra
12.40 l 27
2 40 3.50
3.03 ' -4.20 '
3.50 ' 5 01
4.36 ' 5 44 '
. 5.10 ar. 6.15 '
5uperintenlent's office, Williamfport,
Nov. 23, 1865. GEORGE WEBB,
Lackawanna & iJIooEijbrjrg II. II.
ON and after November 27, 1865, Passen
ger Trains will run as follows :
A.M. P.M. P.M.
5 50 10.C5 , 4 50
6.55 11.15 6.20
9 15 8 53
9 50 9 30
10.30 10 15
Leave Northnraber'd, 8 00
Ar. Scranton, 5.45
Trains leaving Kincsto.i at 8 30 A
C . . - rr.
rrramon, connect witn A ram arnvnitr a;
New York at 5 20. Leaving N orthnrooer
land at 8.00 A. M. and Kingston 2.30 P. M.
connect with train ar. isin at New York at
10 55. P. M.
Passengers taking train South from
Scranton at 5 50 A. M. via Northurr.be
land, teach Harrisburg 12 30 P. M., Haiti -leave
5. SO P. M., Washington 10.00 P. M.
via Rupert reach Philadelphia at 7.00 P. M.
-HA FONDA. Sup't.
Kingeton, Nov 25, i86.
T ADIES and Gentlemen : If yon wis1) to
"marry you can do so addsesing me. I
will ssnd you, without money and without
pric, valuable information, "thaf will ena
hle you to marry happily and ppeedily,
irrespective of age, wealth or beauty. Tins
infornation will cost you nothi.ig and if
you wib to marry, I will cheerfully assist
you. All letters strictly confidential. The
desired information aent by return mail
and uo reward asked.- Please inclose posl,
age. or stamped envelope, addressed to
yourself. ' Address,
SARAH B. LAMBERT, "
Greenpomt, Kings Co. N. Y.
T ESPECTFULLY invites the attentionol
-"-the Public to his. extensive assortment
of Cabinet Furniture and C H A IUS,Q
which he will warrant made of good
materials ai;d in a workmanlike man.' i '
i:er. At his establishment can always be
found a good assortment of fashionable
furniture, which is cqnal in style snd fin
ish to that of Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at as low prices. He has on hand
pf I of differe:
flerent style and
prices, from S25 to S60. Divans Lounge,
Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs,
Rocking at:d easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parloi bureaus, sofa, card, fT?"
centre. and pier tab'es, detashn,'
cheffeniers.whatnois and enmode1
and alt kinds of fashionable work. His
Mock of bureaus, enclosed and common
wasr.standsjdress-tables, corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads,cane seat and common chairs is
the largest in this section ot the county.
He will also keep a good assortment ol
looking gi-isscs with fancy gilt and com
mon frames. He will also furnish spring
mat'rasses fitted to any sized bedstead,
which are superior lor durability and com
fort to any hed in use.
fFtiomsbiirir Nov. 4, 1R63.
Ay liitlrpiilPit I -mci ill -- Utiny,
W eekly udU emi-ty cekly .e.vi-iper.
After four years cf civil war, forced n;ion
the people of thee United States by the
violence of sectional parties, ws now en
ter upon a new era of unity and of prog
ress. North and South, a oordial co-operation
of ail honest man is needed to re
pair the ai'e of war, ti etatTi.-dt cur
Peace through the triumph cf sound con
stitutional principles in Ihe administration
of the crovernment, am? our Unity bv guird
intr all that makns Union deifjble.
The great Democratic party, Those "iis"
lory in the past is the history of private
prosperity, of territorial extension, and of
public order in America, stands now, fis it
has ever stood, the Party rf the Nation,
superior to all sectional passions ir. its loy
ally to the rights of cn-cnnal States and io
the liberties cf the individual citizen. Once
more its voice will he heard, once more
it adherents wiil be rallied to its time
honored standards in every city and tawn
of the Northern and Southern ita'es.
To the principles of ihe great Democratic
Party of tne Nation, The World has borne
firm witness-throul out the ordeal of civil
war. It hill row be deoteJ io the not
less arduous tar-k of apply ing thne prin
ciples to the solution of t'le many and
weighty questions financial, social, poht
ical which come npnn us with the return
of peace. Faithful to the real interests of
r.ll sections, it will be enslaved by the prej
udices and blinded by the prepossessions
of rone. .
That the principles cf American Democ
racy should t.ius be uttered, with no weak
or uncertain voice, hers in the great me;ro
polita'i center of American enterprise and
corr.merce, is a matter of such importance
to every citizen as mnst recommend The
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ol the doing- and the progress of mankind
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The Weekly World, a larce q-nrto s!;est
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ed save one. ls extraordinary success
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ha justified the most libera! expenditures,
which will make it unrivaled in interes'.
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try produce and general produee markets ;
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In every pns office dis'rir" there shouid
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dressed to THE WORLD,
35 Park Row, N. V.
October 23, 186A. v J ' r
Vlioesnle and Uclail.
rpHE subscriber" would announce to the
J- citizens ol Bloomsburs and vicinity,
that he is felling .LIQUORS in large and
mall quantities., and 'at different prices, at
his New Sioreon Main street, n
riorihsiile, two doors south of iyTp
Iroir street, Bloonisburg. His VrJ :rp!:f
stock ol Foreign and Dffmcs.tic cK'j- ,.I.V
consis'sof Cognac and Rochelle. Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
Old Rye, gray with agq, fine Old Bourbon.
Old Folks Whiskey, aud any quauity of
common. He also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines'; and last but not lea?t, a
quantity of good double e.ytr? BROWN
STOUT ; all cf which he wili sell at the
lowest cas prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to give his liquor a trinl.
D. W. ROBBINS, Ag t.
Bloomsburg, May I, 1861.
JYcio Stock of Clothing.
Sliriiacr asscl uiaiisicr Goods.
TNV1TES attention to his" stock of cheap
A and fashionable Clothing at bis Store, on
M.UX STREET, JJ L O OMSE UR G ,
two doors above the .Imtrican Iluitae,
where he hns jrn-t received from New York
iitid Philadelphia, a full as-ortment of
including Ihe most fa!;ipnr.b!e, ilnrable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
Rox, t'ack, Frock t Gum and Oil Clot.
Coals, and Pants,
of p.ll errt?, sizes, and color?. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter Shawl; striped, figured and
plain Vests, shirt", cravats, stock--, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders ai d fancy
N R. He has constantly on ban I a large
and well selected assortment of Cloiiis and
Votings, which he is prepared to trake v.p
to orJer, into any kind of cio hirig on very
short notice and in the best of manner.
All his clothing is mads to wear ami most
of it is of home manufacture.
Ol every Description, Fine, atul
His Case of Jewelry is not Mirpn
e.J in ihis
place. Ca'l and examine Ims get-erril a--sorlrrent
ol C'othin2, Wa'cf e-, lewc'.ry,
&c. &c. PAVID LOWENREiiG.
Bloomtbnrjr, April 20, IS65.
F,all& JVintcr Goods.
'IMIE subscriber has just relnrned from
-- Ihe cities with another large and .elect
Fall and Winter Goods,
purchaed at Philadelphia anil New York,
at the lowest figure, and which he is deter
mined to sei! on as modera!e terms a can
be procured elsewhere in fJioo;nsbu rg.
His stock compris
EJEIE'6 DRESS CCOLS
of tl-e chcicest s'yles and latest fashions
together with a lare assrirtment of
DilY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
AND VESTING S.
QUEENSW ARE, C E I) A Ii W A H F. ,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON.
j ROOTS 4- SHOES, HATS fy V VS c.
I In short, everything usually kept in ,(n;n
I try stores, to which fie invites the attention
! cf the public generally.
j The highest orice will b? paid forcoun
I try produce, in exchange fo' noods.
! STEPHEN H. MILLER,
j Bionmsbnr!!, Nov. 22, 1S65.
C 5 STOKE
At Stroup's Old Stand, on Maui Slrctf.
THE undersigned, having opened, the
S'.cre formerly occupied by David S:rnup
as a Grocery, rd lutnihfii it with a large
and varied assortment of excellent
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
most respectfully ' invites the pa ro:;age of
the citizens of Hloomsburg and vicinity.
He is prepared to sell at wholesale and
retail, upon the mo! reasonable terms.
Merchants, Hotel keepers, and Grocery
men, "would do well io give hi.n a call.
UiAII kinds of Chewing and Smokinc
Tobacco, in large and small quantities, con
stantly on hand for sale.
If. H. I1UNSBERGER.
Bloom-bur:;, Sept. 13, 1865.
AM IMPor.TK!! OF
yy 'alettes, J wrli y .: f-'rt-ncli I imeIiecfs
AISO. 3IAlFACTCaKT OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
GOLD. SIL I'Ett If STELL SPLCTJCLES,
iYo. 1031 Marktt Street, below Ehvnth.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry neatly re
paired at'the shortest notice.
Gilding snd Plaiing, of all descriptions,
dotte neatly io order.
H?" N. IS. Masonic, Odd Fellow's find
other emblematic Marks, made, arid En
graved to orJer.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FRE.CIf, E.XGUSl $ AMERI
CAS CLO( KS,
TAB LI A5 rorKFIT (t'TLi:r V,
FOR SALE AND MADE ll ORDER.
No. li'-3l Market S reet, 3 1 door belov
Eleiemtij North side.
20. 1865 ,
nilW WALL 1'Ai'Li: !
The under-ignett has just received at his
rooms, one door below Lu'z's Drug Store,
a new supply of WALL PAPER, WINS
DOW CURTAINS & FIXTURES. CORDS
AND TASSELS, lor pictures all of which
he will sell CHEAP FOR CASH.
His stock of goods surpasses any hereto
fore brought to this market.
E. J. THORNTON.
Eloomsburs, Oct. 4, 1865.
A MNHrril J AGENTS wanted
lor six entirely new articles, inst
out. Address O. T. CAREY, City Building
Biddeford, Me. Dc.20 !65 ly.
II C IIOIVUR,-
SUKGEOK J)E T I'S T.
' ES PEG-FULLY offers his
frjY -"- professional ervics to the
--XT.T ladies & gentlemen of Blooms
burs atid vicinity. He is prepared to attend
to all the various operations in Den;itry,
and is provided wnh the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tured and oil operations on teeth carefully
A superior article of To2'h Powders, al
ways on baud. All operations on the teeih
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. VAN F.VRIE. HORTON c CO.,
16 Nassau Street, N. Y.
JYa I i o n a I ZAmn dry.
KIoom-slHirsTs CoIuniL-ia c.
rghe sulwibjr, proprietor of the bove
named extensive establishment, i now
prepared to receive r-rders for all hinds rd
machinery. forCOLLEIHES. BLAST IT R
N AC ES STATIONARY ENGINES, J1ILL
THRESH IMG MACHINES, &c. Sec.
He is also prepared to make S oves, ail
ize an.I patterns, Plow-irons. ;,:d every
fiing usually made in rirstcla-s Foundrie..
His extanivn facilities an. I pracli.-ai
workman, warrant riim in receiving the
largest contracts op the most reasonable
rs Gra'n of all kinds w ill be taken in
exchan-je for castinss.
VZF Thi" e-tabli-fimen' is located near
'he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
IVnliois.tl Claim Agexi
HARVY Gc COLLINS
rr,.i:r to facilitate the Promr.i a'i.i-t
mem oi i.onri'y, arrears oi pay, I't i.-! ,i
and other claims ilun srddiers and "titer
persons from tl-e Gjvernnien vf the U. S .
the under(gied has made -arrange tncnt
with the above firm whose evpettertce and
close proximity to, and daily intercourse
wish, li e Department, as well a- the early
knowledge acquired by them cf the deri--ion,
lrerpientiy being made, ena'de ti.em
to pro-ccute claims more effectually ttian
Attorneys at a distance can po.-sibiy i;o
All persons entitled to claims cl t!i3 above
description can have ihem properly aster d
ed to by calling on rr.e and entrusting them
to my care. y. WIRT.
Agent for Harvv & Col. ins.
Bloomsburg, Auaust 10, 1S61.
ON MAIN STREET,- BLOOMSIiURG.
iTZorc I'rcsli Cioctl.
Ji'sl received at Henry Hirer's SVew
Store M O L A S S E: S. S U O A J W ,
r i .
i LAS', UurFCK, KICE.SI'ICCS,
FISH. SALT. UAISIN,
CANDIES, NOTINNs, Toys,
FEED AM) PR0VISI0XS,
Together with a great variety of roMon?
&c , too numerous to mention.
BETTER EGGS. ME T,
and Traduce generally, taken 'in excha'-ee
for coods. Tfie best market price wiil be
allowed. Give him a call.
iCTThe h'i2het market prices raid for
all kind of COUNTRY FURS.
Bloomsburg, January 3, 1866.
COXTKY A XG.N EAT LYAN"D
PROMPTLY DONE, by C. G. BARK
LEY, Attorney at Law, Bloomsburg, Pe
Northern Central Railway. I
T I M E TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and fron the
North ai d West Branch of tte Susqueha.n
na, E'mira, and all of Northern New York.
On and afier Moudav, May 28th, 1E65
tfie Passenger Train- of the Nnnh Cetitrai
Railway will arrive and depart from Sun
bury, Harrisburc nod Unl'imore, as follows:
Mai! Train leaves Sunbury dntly
except Sundays, at 10.50 am.
Leaves'llairisborg, 1.30 p. rn
Arrives "at Baltimore, 5.30 41
Express Train leaves Sunbcry doily
excejit Sundays, Kt 1 1 40 p.m.
Leave llarrib;rg,excepl Monday 2.50 a.m.
Arrives at Haltnnore daily except
Accotnmodatiop leaves Harrisb'rs 7.45 a.m.
Suiibttr MPc. leaves Sutibur) daily
except Stimlasal 7 30 a.m
Arv;s ai Harrisb'" except S'jndajs 10.15
Mail Trail leaves Baitimore daily
except Sundays at 9.20 a rri.
Leaves llarnsburg, 1.45 pm
Arrives at Sunbury, 4.20 p m.
Expiess Trains Baliirnore daily, 10.00 "
Arrives at iia'ri-bur, 2.20 a.m
Leaves Harri.-b'r except Monday .2.40 "
Arrives at Sunbury, 5.15 "
Erie Express leaves Baltimore ex
cept Sundays at . 8 00 p.m.
Arrive at I lalrisburg, 12.55 a.m.
Leavee llarri-bur, 1.15
Ariives.at Sunbury. 4 10
Siinbnry Accom. leaves Uarrifburi;
Daily execj t Sundays at 4.25 p.m
Arrive.- at Sunbury at 7 10 '
For furlner particulars appiv at the ofTioe.
I N DUBARRY, Supt.
Harr'tshnrjr, July 10. 18C5.
PHILADELPHIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD
This ir(fai hue traverses the Northern
and Ncrih w-t entit'tie cf Pennsylvania to
thecily td Erie, on Lake Erie
It !ih b iti l-a-ed by the V
Ynnsy lvania I
iiuu Ko.iJ Irompany, ana is o
Time cf Paseri2cr trains at Iv.u'.h'd.
lft!:iyc ::. I ward.
Erie Mail Train 5 40 P.
Krie E.vprc-s Train. 3 30 A.
Eimira !'.). r?s- i'rain, 11 25 P.
Eitnira Mad Tr.n", 10 25 A
Erirt Mad Train, 3 15 A.
Kne Exjue Train, 2 40 P
Ermra Expre-s Train, v 30 A.
E'inira Muit Tiai i -i Si P.
Pa.-sener car- run through rn tiie Erie j
M ill il'd E.Xprrts tr.T.-ei
'ti .ine :
ho h uas bet.ve,-: iii I o 'I till I :l a IHi
NEW YORK t ON NEC HON. j
Lave New York at 6 00 P. M., arrive ;
at Ette 3 t.7 A. M. -
Leave Erie at I 5 P. M , arrive Jt New i
York 1 15 P. M.
E'e :ar' r h-ep-n.
('.it- on ri Ni
i ' I I i n I :
j for i- lo-ma I i
S ! si .e a ; : ; ' i v at '
! baila ieb.rua. Ami
; '.e ( on na n 't- A w
an I Mark ei S s
F;e.th; L u-iiiOss cl
I S. IJ. ivi-'sl,,!., ,lr
C?t. 1 3 h and Ma:.
' kct Street. Pnilaelphia.
J. W. Reynold.-, l-.r.e
V Brown, A-"i. N. C. R. R.. Baltimore.
11 il HOUS I ON.
General Freight A t. Piiil a.
II W. G WINNER,
Ceneral Ticket A-t. Phii'd.
A. L. TYLER, !
Gerreral Sup'1, Williamsporl.
Dec G, 13u5. !
1IE urtdersiened would re-pectfoiiy r
iionp.'-e io the citizens of Bloomst nrg,
and t he (uihlie. neio-rally, that he is rnnittg
between this place and j?rj
t!ie d.tierenl 11 nl Road r-,-.ir irterr?222a
Dcpols, daily. (Su-.day excepted) to con
nect with the several Trains enmg Suutii
and We-t on tite Catawia& Wi!liamport
U;iil Road, anil with thoe scisia North and
S tutl. on Hie Lnel;. & Bloomsburg Rrtad.
His OMN I iJUSEs frc in uood condiiinn,
commodious an ! comlotrable, and charges
reascnab'e. Persons wislii.ig to meet
or 'pe iheir friends depart, can be accmr.
mod ;ed, upon reasonable charges, by leav
i: -g ti.-neh n- ii-e at any of the llwti-is.
JACOR L. GIRTON, Proprietor.
Brior:i-Lo;rr, April 27, 1SG1.
Z! Gj vr C
riitt tr :gn liicer.t lintel, siti.a'e
central portion of the town, and ri-
! posjte the Court lbiue, In? been thoroui-hlv
repaired and ret ununited, and the Proprietor
is no prepared lo accom moda:e travelers
team-lers, drnvers and boarders in the most
' plea-ant and agreeable manner. His table
will be sup; died with the beet tle matket
i u.i .1.. , n:.- w ii ii J..I iiitf citoicesi liquors,
j Alientise ostlr-rs will always be on liandj
and his siablin- i- the most e.tnsive in
j It'is sc inn t.l cnnr.try. Omnibuses wil
laiw.tjs.'te in readme-!, lo convey pasen
' g'-'fs to and Ir: t:s the Railroad Depots'.
i it t ,.,1 i. ; n . . .. : . i. . i - . i. . .
WM. S. KOONS.
r.Junm-bnrs, .Iidv 4. lTO.
tLiiiL s Ioc v:r5iio:;.
A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY.
1 iio -.-li.-.r v. id fominertce its te
"""- v.it:. tl... J.ti.ttary number, JSu'6.
Iin- i the f.!v Day Sch-vc! Periodic!
i'diirj c ; L V. V EN I Y - F I YE CENTS A
New t i.
f.;r:T, cant ifnlly iiiustra'ed.
w Jcatt.r-' : Readiiics, Mn-ic,
f . i r .
es, Mones-.TuzzIes. Em-
wt , uotn ttie very tr-t
iter h ts ihf Lircrfst circuiaiion cl
i ir..:l Journal published. Now
:-y F.J -tc:,;
is 1 1 c tirr e
d i;e pnbi
rf til? (.-:-
s.:cr. i i order to reach nil parts '
!rv, wiil s?;ij th. Visitor one ',
vct.r. I- Ul.fl, I ) oi.e person (who will act j
is f-e;;!) a: a: j Post Qice in the United
wn:t f.v.' rpr" fnr rar!;fi:
J W. DA UGUADA Y, Publi-her.
l3i S Ci c-tnut Street. PhiiaJeitLia.
PHILADELPHIA. PA. !
DISEASES cd the Urinary and Sexnr.!
Svstet.Ts i e-.v and reliable treaTftit. AI- !
su Hie PKIHAL CH AMRER, an Eay of;
W nr.ii g -.nd Ir.strucitrn, sent in sea'ed '
envelcp-s. f.-.-e of charge'. Addres-,- Dr. !
J. FK'SLLJN HOUGHTON, Howard Associ- I
a'i ::, No. 2, Sui.th Ninth S'rcel Philadel- I
p.hia, P;t. I
!!. Ja.fi3 ly.
Sitper-Ph:sp!tate of Lime. Bavgh
Sons' Raw Hone Phoaphate, in large
and small quantities, and Pure War
ranted Lake Salt, at wholesale retail
for tale lh J. II. HAR MAN,
July 31, ISS5. Rupert Station.
. .. v ' i i 1 t i. x iS
. r4 p ? b5
J L U I D S ST R A C T . B.Ut U 0 .
A pocUlT3 :ir..l Ti-JJi.-.s r.oiQ.-tty fi..- UOi o t!v
r.lioitcr, I'.S.'.nJ, r.rutl .r.J Rronf-tiJ cvortlt
-Tti!rn ttic retort: r.-itH Ir.'o liCclrL-? r.ctlMi, by rtlcS .
'.nr-cnr)t r.rc rclncftl, rs vcU its p-.ln V- H.:icnujuilv
tad zv& rr..-3, Tror:-.-- !r:l cM:i
fiELf'DOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
tcr veikus urinlnj; from Excosaes, lla'ilu of Picslji
t!on, tariy Iuicroitor., H'.lenito.: -rUu tSo fcUonkr.
Im.Lpollton to Eicrtlca,
Loes cf ToT-cr, ,
Disutility cf HreoVWcav
ia tto Dc
FluihlDg or tha Borty,
Ercptloaa of lie Jico,
Jxs ot J.'eraory,
Horror of Elscnsc,
DiT.iie.ss of Yifctoa,
jDrynois of tljo PVJb,
TTclversul I a.Hbi!.ae,
These fymptorus. If altowed to go on (vlucb tliU Mxa
c'ao tnvartably removes;. Boon follow .
FATUITY, EPILEPTIC I1T3, &c.
In one of wbich the patient may expire. "Wio tan uf
they oro sot hcqnemlj followed by those "dtrefal cllv
XTTSATITT ASD COStTMPTTO:; f
1'a.nj nro cwuro of tho ennse of th'tx 6affcrlag.liot none
K'iYl cor.fcus. Tbe records of Uie lss.vnc tsyltms rod tta
ciotaacto'y do!;t!j3 ty ffonaamptloa ber cjoplo wltncE t
the truth cf iiso r.Ercr'JoX "
l!ie Ccr.s'.;'.r.tfc3, oacc sJcctcd l?yori;Bntc wcakneac,
re.; -'.res ihe :Ju of n:rl!cluc i'jt'renstlien acdlnvlROrats
;tic -.Titem, vra'cS RI-LMfcOLD'3 TRACT OF ECCHTJ
tcvdifla'ov A trial will couviiiCO Ue cjost scepttcU
Tntr.iiPT ftTcctio-18 recuLcr lo FctiirIc. fb Zjrrtxrf
j Xtxur Is uccjiicd by ar.y oihcr rerccdy, aud far !
j corpluints lncidct.t lo Ltio cz, or In
DECLIXK OU CUAJTCrE OF LTFC, ,
tZT 2To Tauxily should te -without lti
i TaTcoco rat;am, Mcrcary, or cnptoaiait si&dlctBe for
j wipleaaaut aud 'Ungeroai dlicascs.
j iiZLUBGLii'S EX7iACT BUCHU
Cures Secret Eisrascs
: In til their stages lluto cti-cust, il:t!o or oo cOiacje o
Clet, io lsooDTCutccce, and y.O Zj-POSCIiE.
1.4 -J M
rr XTRACT OUCH U
; ror oil asctlocs and diiiErts cf tbc-.o orriLi, ietbar '
F.zisTiicu Et; liALK on fe::a":-..
Tmrrx;l.atcTer ta.:orlsl!ia:,.ns.nd nonnUttr ho-rtoejj
ftntn;. llecutcsc t'iiO organs reral.s lLa iic4
""'"''kZLJTZCLS ZX7P.ACT 2UCKU
J3 tho Orsr.t Di'irrtic. '
cd tttirertitn toti-c C; i.c:u iC'.'. 1j aU i?.'s-jtt
tot vlZch Ji Is rcccdar-iti:'.
t. ' V
FLUID EXTRACT S ARSAP ARILLA,
i'r T'.Tjng ln n'oort, niotn r.'it rhron''; i-5Wil
1 ft t.3.; trMrg f--.:a ?i ! r. ct tto TV"f.
r.". ! t j c-jt i ifl'j c t r..'.:--t Jjo-"n rv-r.ci To; t-
-tr.:? c: f f'::'. I.r-;. ftt ft-.sK-.;. Vi'.-.it a-
r-rj'.;!!!-? ; v ? T-wi, I l-c-.V.!'r; "f '-i Tb-v i4
is! stl bc: l.i uj ::cu of Cuv fiia.
cf :.r -rcrr'. t"r -r .'. -l-at a.T.;t rrir.f.a ; - lii f.o-i JT
r -rrontiin :Tt in ire TVx-fi. ' f a'.t n i ,.v
covcrlc l:at fta-vc- ota r-.o-.li to purg j i: oat. nrr.
t::zii.z.. It c"r-EC3 r.?::' r?T.ovs:r3 rioad.trii"
It vi.jr-v f f t ci'.ili tuto it.c nyacci. mid pa.-;e oct tb
b -:r.r. m v Lich ir.nio tU:cu.-.f. It e'tuiulaics tbe l-silt)r
f'Z"-r ' t o'l.'-.trd c -rr.sU.e iltisrlermbttfrc
ci. 7 ,.r::"..:'.ii it. j Mco ;. -.t'.i b reni:ij- !tat eoritd 1
r..".: ; 'a !;., V-cci? sucjt for, red ko. for the Cr;
t:.- -.1 :.c : .--.-t o-i-n t w Mclv they can dtal. Cr
2 f ctitl-jrcvrttJcftlestosti-.i-B-luti-rrfU-L
.1 ti;r oi it ijj?io lot'.lo Trill ahoir to thii'.dti;:rl !
twit ? !;tursBT5ri,aseiig an-ihlrg they bsvo ever tr-ke
Tri t;!;!eroou fs'. r-t Iba r-xtrvit tr Sansrrlil ad'lf 1
to & w.'.-r sr-iil to th") Un'.-on Tlct iTlnS. n:l
' -,' ':;;; ;(.. ..1 1 -j a jiV.on of tte trvp cf rura
HELrci.D's rcsi: wash,
; AncxrUtcnt Utter, for (Itwaaci trlaicg from hWM- o
dtbslpa'.ton, r.'zt', ii conuectlcn lrltb ttic EzlracU Ituchl
a: U ?ar.-.prrt:"ia. sab diseases as recomTncnfieA. Evl
co' co cf tb; :.;ort rero.ilble and reliable cbaracter irlll
acre.?-;?--;- itc ;iicd:c!n- v. .M50 explicit directions tnr
n -. r S:. . :- r n. t..'i "tTj-f wltr.esscs.snu nj-y-uiC
'''.' :'-l'cl:c.l .-crtiUrtiCi aud rccomicttt
''t n.-f! from tb3 bigUnt sourctt.
i lcrpjirn, Stttcfmen, Ac.
I ...ir;..t..:i-6 ncicri js-jr;ra io ucir Fuciictiioa ii
x:-.r n :T. (;.-.;-.; r, : , C"C! zc'. i'.n tUIs from the ftct that bl
: n: .';tc; rir.U r.j : t.-.yji il rrp-jraltos, and lo not noo-t
I to tu ji: c t):...:; u,p bv- ct-rl.iicaies.
c 'ai rorlc Columa. shoal 4
'.nr'o. Hire, rc.-Jctilc, taT'"g Fact f:r Vs beds.
ii: f.j f .i'.&r, aa-J Tmil. a'ona fr ill C&plUL
r r'.-r.-l rirparltla U i a Mood Pnrl2er;ciy Txtrae
Ir, ti 1 tLrvilc. ir..l w t'.I act t3 such in ell case,
r t'j r..e prcj-arcJ cn j,j.-cl rc:eriU5o principle im
:-' r.r.'i tic t!.c mo:t r-. -.t-e aicaanrei of cltber thai
- ci tr. A rci.tv i-d cocc!us!to teet rlll bo acoa..
-: - -. iC t: e'.-i rcpcr;'c3 wl: taoso set forlMo ti fol-
1 t rr.-r..-.--cf tho retted States. -
T i: r Lr-.VEii' vi'.iiatvo Tro:i.3 on the rraeUco
r -ii'--.-'-!rt.,:'T tie ceWretea Dr.Puraic, THO.
T. r !. :.:I::: raic'l y f r.Ei-nAiM McDowxtx, ft ete-Ii.-:.,.:..a
tr.J ?:exier cf tho Eojal Coltcftof
r.t"s'..ud la tUft TraceecUooa t
V.'.r..' a-..' C'"cc:.'j J --..rnr.1.
r i:.-.-, j- :-, T. !'. : T f ti? 1., ;;; Cc'-.ejecf SurgftOBJ.
EouU :ti- J:.rl -...Vot. Mazdas.
l.'-trs f ,r l:.ionra:iwr,, ta c&iitderu:e. to
1 ri T1-'"
l-'i'.j.; iiud Casj.nical Warebout
CD; ht'ADWAY, KE77 Y0E.E, aiA.
ri5.:x-bo! :i'a ?ld:o&l Depot. - ;
IZililu Si., FiTILAEHLPELI.
i3 r:vA -;e of couNTKRFnrrcL
on ay I. iiuoLD'si