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DEMOCRAT AND STAR
LO CAX. DEPARTMEN r.
Wednesday, February 28, I860.
Ai;3V7i:nS TO COERESPONnEN'TS.
J. II. We itiiiiV ! D-.fomi avie "ko 'ailed' by
inn ITkn-n ic HI ( rt,a egrn t-tiffr.ige. We
kituw I bat a Vtv yi-ars jijfo llu-y Were vi-rj active in
cru-xtffoirtv" K:i'w Nothing liy naina which
cjtuinffJ ety rare -xct native bora A uierican.
Y. S. Tho Kj pii.m y ramMs aro -iinposeil by wri
ters t.i I tve biN.it rrecU'il aliotit OOH year. 11, U. ' 5'hu
M beli'tved lliai iloatli not separate tlie
i t'a bi)!y ; an I li .). tli-'ir I'ttrciu) care
,Tt thi l'Iy f ntii e, l.y iMi:hatmiiig, conceal'
4 in rave, ami e.Haromli?, all J fjarc'nig it by
h slupenJou. slriutitr,r'.
V. H. T. TUc ntiinbi r c.f the Vtr rs of the alpha
bet, an ai low as si.xi-Hii. ui lbs lima of its intro
duction Into tireeee In Cadmus, utioiit 1319. It. C
f. A. K. Pspr mail i- from limicn rags waa first
i:iaiMirifturc J mi the b'-ci'ii'ing of the fifteenth cen-
II. H. O.- Do not. bj any means, onnsi-nt to a un
ion till your iu'en Jed hislinr is wil'injf to a.lv
the con so at of your parents; fur if you cannot com
mand that muHr respect b'.'fre marrying, you are
not ure ofnny aftcru-nril.-'.
Ma. U. VV. School ar not of lo.irrn iiivf-ntion.
Thirteen centuries bi-fora thacomiu i.f Christ, Jabez
through pure benevolpivcc and piety erci ti d school s
tor the inrtrurii"ii of youth lu lh knowledge of God
autl tire literature of his day.
P. 8. J. You rai served exactly right. You should
rtvpKcl b th parent and daughter mru for their
rcurif. We oud i hnti! k daughti-r of oura, and
drive the yoititf mutt from our houae s.':ould they be
have as you did.
Jv Uefore publishing your coiiiniiiniration we
would lice K'k-ow wliicli traitor you uicau. Stevkhs
i'f 1'ciiu'a. or iJtevchs of (in. '
Ma'nY of our Democratic friend par pose
tei ding the Democratic Stale Contention,
o i (be 5.1 of Match
Srtu.vcs Yeler 4 ay a well-known Abo
liiictisi tta beard to ny that President
Jthnfcn is aothe-GovenittUul.
lea on Seated Und returned to
iitisMOnerb ai.it unseated latul) ure una
tracts upon which the laxeiare i:ot paid
before the first of April next, will be adver
tised for tale.
Washington's Birthday, the 22d, waa
fill j commemorated in Bloomsburg. Flags
were fly in g- in all directions, fromavtath
public and private hooes.
' The heayy rain the latter part of last
week caused quite a freshet ia the Schuyl
kill and Susqcehanna rivers. The ice was
moving oat rapidly on Saiord-ty last,
Change. Iff this place on the lit of
March the esteemed Proprietor of the Ex
change Hotel. Ma. IV. B Koos.s re; ire, and
Mr. Casilo, from Milton takes his place.
When President Johnson's Veto Message
came out, the Republican editor concluded
to wait for "further developments.-' Well,
he got them in the President's speech, and
now what is he gcing to do about it t
i m 3 m $
Po61maters throughout (he counly will
Le a little careful and examine the title of
our paper, in -crder that no patron to the
Star may go away from, the office without
his paper the Democrat akd Star in lieu
of the paper be Jormerly received.
Nw Entkkprisk Samce! Bart, Esq ,
and Mr. Kramer, of Rohrsburo, have pur
chased the old Wertman stand with Mr.
Preston's entire stock of atore goods. It is
a good location for a country store and they'
re eminently qualified .to do a thriving
We refer our readers to the a-dverliemen
for the sale of personal property, by J. J.
Robbius and F. C. Eyer, found in another
column... The' very best stock of. horses,
wagons, bugie and harness will be Sjld
wi-.h a fair chance toxlo a thriving busiaess
in the Livery line.
Delegates to thc Statk Democratic Con.
veistion. Hon. William Ellio-t, of North
tDiteiland county, ia Sectorial Delegate;
pd WitLiAM Lamon, Eq., of Colorribia co.,
is Representative Delegate. They will sup
port Hon. Hester CLTSira, of Berks, for
The best advertising medium in this sec
tion of country is, Tn Coicmbm Democrat
and Star of tub North. Advertisers will
consult iheir own interests and send their
advertisements to thia office. We have a
laigei list of subscribers than any other
publisher in lh northern part of lira S:ate.
Thia will not be bad news to cilj adrertis
Tn Depublicnn still insists that the Cisor
ganizers" are in league with Sena:or Bccka
lew and the Democracy. How silly We
inform you that we have no Know Nothing
acd Loyal League midnight tbeives of Amer
ttih Libtrty to hunt and gather such men ia
the ranks of the Democracy'.- There is and
can be co symrathv in our oarir with such
and no chance Tor admission, unless they
wash themselves in the pure waters of the
' Democracy acd become clean.and honesty
confess that thej are tired of, and disgusted
with tbe absurd and outrageous principles
ofjbe Abolition party. . '
- We learn that many of the Radicals of
this place are publicly denouncing and
threatening theresideut for his bold, fear
less and .stalet?canlike..f peech. We don't
say, as they did when ce differed from the
views of their half President Lincoln, that
it is treason jhat they must be mobbed, ar
rested and imprisoned ; but we do cayif
they continoa their slang we will be oblig
ed to mantle their cteeks with shame by
calling ihetn to an account by their name.
EacocaAGisa From all -quarters the
President receives beany congratulations
and indorsements of bis speech. The gen
eral tone of ihetn are : "Yoa are right.
Stand firm. Voa are standing on a rocfc
bed ycer positioa is impregnable. The
pf.i will sustain joa--' The pemocracy
thr3c?b?ot thd ccTJniry are declaring in his
Ursi" Sov'eril sValsri cf tdr.3
r.ave fceretcrcre seed wi'h ti.e.iadicalf.have
Soxt malicious persona fiend incarnate
arranged a plan to throw the cars of the
Catawissa Railroad off the track, a few
rods below the Maiavflle bridge, on the
night of the 26ih Inst., by ha means of
plank and blocks firmly fixed upon the rail.
At this place the track is. supported by a
stone wall saveral feet high resting upon
(be mountain side, and from the wall there
is a areep descent to the Catawissa Creek,
in all a distance of some eighty feet almost
perpendicular. The track-walker found
the fixture a'lhort time before ihe train
passed, and by removing it prevented the
consummation o! a moet destructive and
murderous intention. He who, through
malice toward the railroad compiny or
through any other feeling, could proceed to
calmly murder the passengers of the train
is beneath the dignity of the human race,
and if caught would scarcely escspe im
mediate execution by an iodiena".t people.
Thad Steves' black houte.keeper re
cently ca led at the office of the Lancaster
lnlelligeni.tr and threatened to cowhide the
editors for callina her ' Stevens' idol.'
Estate of John Jacoly, deceased.
Tetters of administration on the Estate
t of Benjamin F Jacnby, late of teott township,
dee'd. have been granted by tbe Register of Colum
bia CO.. to the undersigned.
All persons having claimJ ae.ii'ut the estate of the
decedent are requested to present them tr. tbe under
signed, without dol.'.y, aud all persou indebted to
make payment forthwith.
EEXJ. F. JACOBY.
Feb 23. jeC8-Ca$3 Adm r.
Estate of Christiana Reichard dec J.
LETTER S of administration on the F.stale of Chris
tiana Ke icliard, late of Madison twp .Columbia
family, dee'd, have been granted bv tho Register of
Columbia county, to the undersisrted ; all persons
having claims against tbe estate ot" ttie decedei.t are
requested to present ihcni to the undersigned, resid
ing in said township, without delay, and all persons
indebted t make payment forthwith.
JOHN RE1C1IA&D, Adm'r.
Feb, 2-J , 1SG6V-Gw. $2
' Admihistrafor's IVotic.-
Eitute of Catharine Dr umhtllcrrf Cat
aicissa twp., dee'd.
LETTERS of administration, with the
will annexed, on the estate of Catba ine Drum
heller, late of Caiawisiia twp.. dee'd have been
granted by the Register of Columbia county, to the
under iirejffued ; all persons having claims er de
mauds against Ihe estate of tbe sai 1 di cedent are
re-iieted t pre ent thutn to thc undcrsimcd. resid -ing
in said twp , and all persona iu'iubted to make
Adm r, with will annexed,
Feb. 28, irC3,-w. S I
Estate of John If, JIcss deed.
r etters of Administration on the estate
of John II Hess, late of Sugarloaf township. Co
lumbia county, dee'd have been granted by the Regis
ter of Columbia to, to the undersigned.
All persons having claims against the estate of tbe
decedent arj requested to present them to tb-i under
signed. witlMiut delay, and all persona indebted to
make payuiem forthwith,
Feb. 3, 13C6 6w S3
Administrator s RoUce.
Estate of Henry IL Fntz dee'd.
etters of Administration on tbe estate
iof Hcnrv H. Fritz, late of Fishingereek township
Columbia county, deceased, have been granted by
ti Hi...tpr t.f Columbia co. lo tbe undersigned - all
persons having claims against the estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them fJr settlement
andthose indebted to the estate will make imini
diate payment to the administrator.
JACOU II. FRITZ, Adm'r,
Feb. 3. 13J0-wS'J
AUDITOR'S NO I CIE.
IN the matter of the account of John
Staley and John K. Grotz, assignees of Elias
Wertman of Rohrsbury. in the county of Columbia.
The creditors of Elias Wertman. and ill other per
sons intere-tsd will take notice that E II. Little has
been appointed I y the Court of Common Pleas of the
Co-tnty of Columbia. Auditor to make distribution of
the balance in the hands of John Stitley aud John K
Grotz. as-igneea of tlias Wertman. The Au
ditor hereby gives notice that he will attend at his
office in Bloomsburg. on MONDAY TUB 26TI1 DAY
M A RCM. A. P.. leH'. for the purp se of attending to
tbe dnties t-f his ar.poii.tmeiit. when and where all
persons intoiested in the said fund can attend if
tin-y sen proper and present their claim r. be de
barred Iroiu coming iu for a share of lha f:in.l.
E. II. LITTLE.
Dlooiniburg Feb,54, 1SC3-4W. Auditor.
BY virtue ol writ cf venditioni exponos. to me
liiiccted. iasned out of the Court of Common
Pleas of Columbia county, wilt be exposed to Public
Sal, at the COCRT HOUSE, in Bloomsburg. on
MO DAY.TlIE J''TII HAY Or'MR;H.at I o'cl k
in the afternoon, of eaid day, tt3 following real es
tate to wit ;
A certain lot of land situate in the village of Cen
tralia Columbia County, contain? iu width on Locust
Annue, twenty-five feet, ami i ntending back one
hundred an t forty feel to an alley, beiug ihe lot
marked with the number three in block. No. 1H in
th town of Centralis upon which is erected a two
story Frama Store and" Dwelling , with the appurts
""flewSil. taken in. exeution and to be sold as the
nro-ieriy ol William it;frr.
' SAtUEL SXTDER. Sheriff,
Bloomsburg. peb.V, 'iJC.
PUBLIC SALE '
Valuable Personal Property
THE undersigned will offer at Public Sale, atthe
Foiks Hotel, in Bl jo m.ourg, Columbia County,
Pa ., on
Friday the Olh day of March. 1866,
the following Valuab'e Persona! Property via :
0a Three-Seated Philadelphia tab'
TDBEC TOP BUGGIES,
ON'E ROCKA WAY CARRIAGE, One New Boat
V agon. Two Spring Wagons.
CLYE FAIR OF BOB-SEES,
Two S.tt rf Extra Plated Double Harness, Five
aU I'lafd Cingl narness,
SADDLES. BRIDLF.3. WHIPS, and all other things
belonging to the Livery business. .
C7- faleto commence at 10 o'clock, A. IT., when
condition, w,,. be ma,eknownbyoBBiNg
& F. C. EYER.
Btoomsbtr?. Feb. 23, ieCS-
Noa. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Courtlandt Stree
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY
This old-established and favorite reio'X of the Bu
ainess Community has been recently refitted, and is
" omplete in everything that can minister to the com
fort, of iti patron. Ladie. and fauulie. are .pccially
art carefully provided for. ...
It is centrally located in the ha'tness part of the ci ty
and is contiguous the principal.Laes cf steamboat
cars, omnibusse. ferries, tc.
fbe table is amply supplied with all the luxuries tr
the season, and is equal to Uiat of any other kotel in
111 i country. ' . , , .
Ample accommodation, are oflered lot upward ol
j- Do not believe runners, nackmen, and other,
.k, may say "the Western Hotel is full."
, D. D. WISiClIEdTER, PropricUr.
THOS. V. WINCHESTER.
Feb. 13. laca.
CHESTS tJT STREET,
Opposite old Independence Hall,
THE Mason tt Hamlin Cabinet Organs, forty dif
ferent style., adapted to .acred and secular musicfor
aS0to800 each. FIFTY-ONE GOLD or SILVER
MEDALS, or other first premium., awarded them.
Illustrated Catalogue, free, Addre.'., MASON ic
HAMLIN, Boston, or" MASON BROTHERS, New
Jan. 6. 1S6G.-Sep.9. '65. ly. S.M.P.
sha-hcs muT true.
Every young lady nd gentleman in the United
Slate, can bear something very much to their advan
tage by return mail (free of charge.) by addressing the
undersigned , Those having lea -, of being humbugg
ed will oblige by mt noticing this card. All others
will please address their obedient servant.
r THOl F CHAPMAN.
631 Broadway, New York.
Ft,b. 2. 1306 ly . S M P
TO CornrTATivss. The advertiser having been
restored to health in a few weeks by a very sim
ple remedy .after having suffered several years, with a
severe lung affection, anJ that drsad disease. Consumption-Is
anxious to make known to hi. fellow
sufferers the means uf cure
To all who desire it.he will send a copy of the pre
scription used.rfrecot Charge. with the directions for
preparing and usitig the same, which they will fi: J a
si-rb cuait for Consumption, Asthmy, Broocbitis.Colds
Coug.li. etc The only obj.;ct of the advertiser 1
ending the rresciiption is to benefit the atBicte.l, and
s pre ,d information which heconceives to be invaluable
nd he hope, every .ufforerwill try his remedy, as it
will cost them not hing. aud may prove a biesng.
Parties wishing ths prescription, free, by return
wail, will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsbnrg, Kings County.
Feb. 23, 13C6.-ly. S.M. P. New-York.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gent'eman who suffered for years from Nervous
Debility .Prematura Decay .and all the effects of youth
rut indiscretion, will, for the .ake of auff-ring hu.
dnanity. send free to all who need it, the recipe and
directions for making the simple remedy by wnicu ne
was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by tue auvcr.
wsei'a experience, can d ao by a ldressing
- - . JOHN B. OG DEV.
No. 13Chamber. it, New-York,
Feb, 23 13Gu.-ly. 3.M.P.
The Grovesteen Piano Forte
still retains lis precodonce and great popularity,
and after undergoing gradual improvements for a pe
riod pf thirty years, is now prono.m jed by the musical
world lo be unsurpassed an1 even unequalled in rich,
ness.volume and purity of tone.durability and cheap
ness. Our new .calc. trench action.barp pedal, iron
frame, over-.trung bass, seven octavo rosewood pi
anoswe are selling cheaper oy from $100 to $.'00
than Ihe same .tj le and finish are sold by any oiber
first-class maker, in thc country. Dealers and all in
want of good piano, are invited to send for our De
scriptive Catalogue, which contains photographs of
our different styles, together with prices No one
should pun base a piano without seeing thi. t ata
loguo- Meds.l almost without number, have been
. . ....... m-.un nn.l the Celebrated
award ou tome uio -- - -- ...i,,.-
W-rM's tair. though put ,n competition "h -ther.
from all parts o I Europe and the U it took tue
ftstabiiihed 1835 Grove.teea Co ,
499 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
July 29. 18C3 . H. H- S. Ic Co.
An Immense Emigration.
AN immense emigration wilt pour down into the
Southern State, witb the restoration .if peace
Thou.and.of Southern refugee., frou all the town,
and cities of the North, will return home; thou
.and.of Northern .oldie . will move in the same
direction, and .utile, ia the closest bonds of union,
among their southern brethern ; and, in obedience to
tbe laws of demand and supply, thousands of n Tib
em farmers, mechanics aud laborers, wi'.l swell ths
mighty volume for the r -peopling and rebuilding the
waste places of the ".u nny South." In anticipation
cf this grand diversion of the tide of emigr-ilion.
indlaui the increasing demands upon them, the
?ropri?iors of HOSI ETTER'S CELEBRATED S POM
ACII BITTERS are putting up additional thcusand.
ol boxen of thai' uuilly potipuUr tonic and
We have the teti non v of soldiers, sa ilors, travel
er, trappers, miners, entrants, refugees, farmers
ses. that as a safe anJ rcliobla remediil ajunt. aiid as
a protection againsi an me
riD..Fure. privation.. changes ofclimate. diet, water,
,nd habits of life. HOSTE lTfclt'J ItrrriCRS. u.ec
as directed, are v. orth their weight in (.old. North
or South. Communicated.
It i alo pro per to State that the Bitters are sold
excluively in lass.and never in any circumstances
by the gallon or barrel. Impostors and imitators are
abroad, and the only safeguard the public has airairt,!
them is to see lhat the Bitters they buy Have the en
graved label and note of hand of Messrs. Hostetter
It. Smith, and our p roprietary stamp over thc cork of
Feb. 23, teb0.-4t.
a E V PATENT.
ARE THE ONLY INSTRUMENTS constructed on
a truly sc-ieutiflc principle. They have greater
trenglb,aod will remain longer in Ta.ia lhan any oth
er Piano. Hie construction is simple and n..tu -ai, all
the extraneous lumber m tbe body of tbe instrument
is dispensed with ; tho sound boar., are merely two
arched planks of I bin wood, like tne front and back of
a violin ; the strings are attached to a strong Iron
framc.n bich is separated and entirely indepeud nt of
Ihe case, thereby dispensing with tne old harp form of
stringing, by substituting straight bridges, preserving
at tbe ame time the Over itrung tass. of which Mr
Drioos is the Inventor. By these improvements we
gain much more vibratory power, at the same time
preserving all Us purity and richness of tone.
Tney have received the lushest lestimoaial. from
the Press, and all tbe principal artist, iu the country,
among which are ;
Harry Sanderson, I M.lJottsenalK,
Max Maretzek, S.Thai aer.
Theodore KisficlJ. Win. Masoa,
Herman Wollenhaupt, A. Bariti,
Francis H. Brown, M. Strackosch.
Win Henry Frv, Chat Kradel.
Mr. StiGESMCND TSaALBERG. the great pianiit.
says.: I have examined your new Piano-forte., and I
cordially approve ol its system or construction. Its
prmciple.by which great increase of Ti'uatiry power
is obtaineJ. being verysimple and perfectly philosoph
ical The tone i. grand and noble ; it ha. great ca
pacity for sustaining tbe sound or singing, and its vol
ume of tone or poweT I have never heard excelled in
depth, purity, and sympathetic sweetuess.
Wk. HENRY FBY. late musical critic of the N. Y.
Tiibune says. -I have examined your newly ir.venf
Piauo Fortes, They merit all the praise given to tbem
by Msssrs.Thalberg, Gottschalk, Mason and others..
As regards structure, tbsy are original and philosoph
ical :in pority, volume.and continuity of tone; in vo
cal versiinilitiide, that crowning excellence which
enables the pianist, to "ring" on the instrument.
Your Pianos ercr da-erve the highest rank. Your in
vention, in my opinion, i. destined to work radical
change, in trie manufacture of Piano, throughout tbe
WFroin tho N. Y. HeralJ. Sept. 6-Upon a careful ex
amination ol Drioo. Piano-Forte, we find thi results
obtained are a ve-y fine singing lone. great purity and
brilliancy throughout tbe entire instrument, nut ofteii
found in Pianos constructed upon the old plan.
The N. Y 'l imes, July li, .ays:-We bare now an
instrument without an equal. It can sing with a
smooth deliraey, perfectly unattainable oa any other
instrument : an ordinary player obtains with ne ex.r
lion, the fullness of a Grnd Piano Forte, and they
must supersede the old styles.
Gextlcme -Having thoroughly examined and test
ed the Piano-Fortes invented and patented by Mr. S.B.
Daises. I am ol the opinion that the tone resulting
from bisimprovementa.as exhibited in the instrments
under examination, in point of richness, depth and
brilliancy .equal, lhat of the best Grand Piano Fortes,
anJ ExcEELSthem in pure. musical intonationation and
actual tone, power thu. aproximating closer to what
I consider perfection in the instrument than has yet
been achieved by any other system of manufacture.
Wm HALL k SON,
543 Broadwar, New York.
Before purchasing,- .end for a descriptive catalogue,
Feb 17. ISM ly. JJB.
TTT11APF1NG AND MINING PA-
V PER- Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
cer Mill, at Mil! Grove, near Bloomsburg, Columbia
County Pa I am now prepared to ml all order, for
Wrapping, Dry Blasting and Water Proof Japer. on
.hort notice and fair prices. I have opened a ware
honse in Wllken-Barre. and appointed Joseph Brown
ol the firm ol Brown, Graylc Co.. my agent to dispose
of my paper ia Lu.erne -B0MA3 TBLEKCilt
tloomsbnrg, 8"pt. 16, 1365".
CHAS. Q. BARKLEY,
. Attorney at Law,
BL0031S8CRG, COLCBIBIA CO.. PA.
YTT7ILL practice in the seTeril Courts cf
Colombiacoonty. ah legal Dosine
intrusted to hia care abalJ receive prompt
This Snuff has thoroughly proves itself to be the
best article known for curing ths Catarrh Ccld in
the II rad and Headache. It has been found an ex
cellent temedy in many cace. of. Sore Eyes. Deaf
mess has been removed by it, and IlSAKiita has often
been grwntly improved by its use.
It i. frag run I and agreeably, and -
GIVES lMMtOIATK RELIEF
To the dull heavy pains can.edby diseases of the
Head. The sensation a'ter using it are delightful and
invigorating. It opens aud purges out all obururtions,
strengthens Hie glands, and gives a healthy actiou to
tbe parts affected.
More thaii Thirty Years'
Of Sale ami use of Da. Marshall's Catarrh and
Hkadachb Smrr, has proved its gr'at value for al
the common diseases of I he Head, and at this moment
it Hands higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the best physicians,
and i s U5ed with great rucce&s aud satisfaction eve
rywhere. Rtjad. the Ccrt ficates of Wholesale Drug
, gists in 1654.
The undersigned, having fo- many years been ac
quainted with Dr. M.RsaitN's Catabkh and Head
ache fMirr, and sold it in our wholesale trade cheer
fully slate, that we believe it lo be eq iil, in every re
fcpert to thn recommendations given of it for tlie cure
of Catarrhal All'oLtions, and Ih it it is decidedly the
best article we have ever knowu for all common dis
eases of thc Head.
Burr Ac Perry, Bostn,
Reed , Auxtiu Sc. Co
l'rown. I .a in son & Co "
Reed, Cutlwr ic C
Seth W Fowle,
Wilson. Fair bank Ic Co.
Ilenshaw, Edmand Ac Co
U U iiay. Portland. Me.
; Barnes Paik. Ac New Yoik
A B Ac D Sands,
Stephen Paul Ac Co
Israel Minor at Co
M'Kesson ic Hot. tuns "
A L Scovill fc. Co
V Ward. Cliie fc Co
Bush A. Gale,
For Sale bt all Druggists
Feb. 3. ldG6 ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's rQlmouic Wafers.
5 The original Medicine estiblith-d in 1337. and
first article o' the kind ever introduced under Ills
name of "Pulmonic Wafers, in this or any other
country ; all other Pulmo.iic Wafers are counterfeits.
Thc genuine can be known by thc name BRYAN be
ing stamped on each Wafer.
These Wafers have been before the public for nearly
Thirty Years, und the immense ' atta-nod, not only
in America but in foreign countries, fjlly attest their
intrinsic vr'h. Tli" medical properties are superior
lo any other article offered for I he cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial affections, and tbe quantity contained in
each box is nearly double thai of the many worthless
Crjau's Pulmonic Wafers
cure Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat. Hoarseness. Asthma.
Catarrh. Bronchitis. Ditiicull Breathing, Setting f
Blood Pains iu the Chest. Incipient Consumption and
all diseases of the lungs. Not o ily aflordine temporary
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting cure aud are
warranted to give satisfaction in - every instance.-
They do n"t nauseate like, alcoholic compounds, aud
the medical prope.tics are combined in a f rin so
agreeable and pleasant to the taste, that a.iy child
will readily lake tbem. One dose will always afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists an 1 Public Speakers, the Wafers are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove the
most severe occasional boarsewss ; and iheir resular
use for a few day. will, at all times, increase th.; pjw
er and fl.-iibil'ty of the voice, irea'ly improving its
one. co'pass and clearnes.. for which purpose th-y
are regularly used by many professional vocalists .
The very great celebrity of this valuable remedy has
in- ii "d unprincipled persons to prepare base unit -lion,
which disappoint the jut expectations of the
purchaser, and injure thc character of tire genuine
See that the word "BRYAN," is stamped on each
Wafer, and also observe the fae simile of the signa
ture of the Proprietor. "JOil MO-E" on each wrap
per, to counivleit hich is fokoerv. (T7 Offending
parties will be dealt with to the full extent of the law.
Bhtar's Pi' i. music Wafers are for sate by al Drug
gists. JOB MOSES Sole Proprietor,?: Cortlandt St , N. Y.
Feb. 3. l-6b-ly.
THE GREAT EXliLISU REMEDY.
PROTECTED BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated Female Pills,
rreparedrom a prescription nf Sir J. Clark: M. D., Piy
jicias Uxraordiaoi tttke tyutt.
This inralniMe mcprine is unfailing in the clrr "f
all those painful and dangerous diseases to which lbs
female constitution is subject. It moderates all ex
cess and rt-niuves all obstructions, from whatever eaus.
and a speedy cure may be relied on
'10 MARRIED LADIES,
it is particularly suited. It wilt, in a short tirria. bring
on tbe monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Gleat Britain, to prevent countctfcils.
Tien Pill $ fkould t betaken by Female during tkt
F1HST THHEJl MOWHSof Preznunry. as tirij are tur
to bring on Miscarriage, but oi ay other time they ateeaf e
Every women know that the bloom nf health must
fade, with the slightest irregularity ur obstruction of
the menses. These Tills are truly the woman's friend
ia the hour of trial, snd th only sure , positive and
never failing cure and regulator f Suppression of na
ture from wha'ever cause So nnldlr.nl the feeblest
can take them with perfect security, yet so powerfu I in
their elects, that they may be safely called, a never
In all cases of Nervous and Spina! Affections. Pains
in the Back and Liuibs, Fatigue onsli'bl ererlion.Pal
pitalion of the Heart, Hysterics, and Whites, these
Pil's will eff -ct a cure when all other means have fail
ed ; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain
iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the
Futl directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
SOLD Bf ALL VJIUGGIS7S.
Sale General Agent for Ihe U nited Slate, and British
JOB MOES. 27 Cortland St.. New York.
N. B $ I 00 and 6 three cent postage stamps en
closed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottle,
containing 60 Pills, by return mail, securely sealed
from ail observation.
Feb. 3, 'titf. ly.
LIFli IIE ALTIl STiJ gtii.
LIFE HEALTH STKEAUT1I.
L I FE II E ALT II ST R EX CT II.
Hundreds and thousands annually riie prematnrely,
when, if they would give the Great French Remedy,
DR. JUAN DELAXARRfd
Celebrated Specific Pills,
Prepared by G srixciers Ic Dlt-tst, No. 214 Rue Lom
bard. Paris, from the prescription of I'r. Jnan licla
narre. Chief Physician of thu Hospital du Nird i-u
Lariboisiere a fair trial, taey oul,i find immediat!
relief, and. ii. a slmrttime, be fully restored lo Health
and Strength It is used in the practice of many emi
nent Freeh physicians, wilh unifonn'suceess, mid high
ly recommended as the only positive and -pecijie Rene
iyforall persons surt'ering Irom General or Sexu::l
Uebilily. all derangements of the Nervous Forces
Melanchely, Spermatorrhoea or Seminal tmission.al
Weakness arising from sexual Ex-Energy, Pbysica.1
Prostration, Nervousness. Weak- Spine, I Lowness of
Spirits, Dimness of Vision. Hysterics, Pain, iu the
Back and Limbs, Impotency, Ice
No I ing uage can convey an acquate idea of the im
mediate and almost miraculous change it occasions to
the debilitated end shattered system. In fact, it stands
unrivalled as an unfailing cure of the maladies above
Suff-r no more, but use The Great French Remedy ; it
will effect a cure where all others fail, and although
a powsrful remedy, contuiu. nothing hurtful tj tbe
most delicate constitution.
Pamphlets, containing full paiticular. and directions
for using, in English, French. Sp.ihisu and German, ac
company each box, and also set l tree lo any address
Price One Dollar per box ; Six botes for Five Dollar.
Sold by all Drugzists throughout the world ; or will
be sent by mail, securely sealed from all observation,
by inclosing specified price to any authorized agents.
BEIV.1RK OFCOUTElFFJTS A.YD IJU ITJt TJO.S.
Proprietors exclusive Age.ts for America, ViCUi O
MOSLS, cf CO., 27 CourlL.nd St. S ew York,
Authorised Agent, for Bloom.burg.
. LYER le MOTFR,
Danv'lle, W. LArCOCK.
Feb. 3. ISiio. ly.
Estate of Mary JSchtcepprnhiser , decl.
LETTERS of Administration on the
Estate of Mary Schwepponhir. late of Mifflin twp.,
Columbia county, det d. bave been granted by the Reg
ister of Columbia eo.. to the undersigned.
All persons having claims against ihe estate of the
decedent are req tested to present litem to tlie Aduiin
traier without delay, and all persons indebted to
wake payment lortnwitn.
February, 10, Xfl 6w$3
Estate ofLudwig Young, deceased.
THE undersigned. Auditor appointed by the Orphan.
Court of Columbia coorrty, to make distribution of
the fund in tbe hand, of Levi Wright, and Abram
Young. AdoTrs, of Ludwig Youag. dee'd. among tbe
heir. ent. tied to the same, in the order established by
I, w W attend at hi. offu-e, ih Bloom.burg, on
MONDAY, the 2Ctt day cf MARCH next, at lu
'clock A. M. of .aid day, for the purpose of making
the distribution. All peTFOttg. Having claim, or de
mands against tbe estate of tbe decedent . ar. notified
to present them to the A adit or ott that day, ng t t-
V u .nA r rr-iv in f-r a r- cf hm f'""?.
- v - -tef'f-1'
Gold and (Silver.
Awful Sacrifice !
non nnn nnii mnh r.r n-A ic s;ti.r Wstehe.:
i Splendid. Jewelry. French Clocks, Diamond Rings.
' . . - : , m . . t, , IV'Jt..
I ianosr jniuuetni, rewinr iiiarninri.-ciivcr
tc. cc. to be disposed of at '1 WO DOLLARS, each
article, without regard to Value I
GRAND INTERNATIONAL MEETING OF M NU-
FClXKEKSOF WATCHES tc JEWELRY.
The following has been resolved, that in consequence
of the great Stagnation of Trade, and in order to re
lieve fioui pecuniary embarrassment, occasioned by
a distressing War. and tJ avoid
B A ir K 11 U P T C T,
33,000.000 worth of goods from their stock, muil he
sold in the course of Six months, at
and for that purpose, they'.bave unanimously elected
DE TREY & CO,,
34 Liberty Street
As Their Exclusive Agents
As a preliminary they would remark that they man
ufacture aud sell no bras, watches or imitation of
The article, to sell at TWO DOLLARS each.
No matter how costlj it may be, consists
of Splendid Hunting cane Geld and Silver Watches,
French Clocks Kings set with Diamonds, Rubies
Pearls and other precious Slones (Solitaire and in
clu ters) Ladies' Sets of Jewelry comprising Pins 4c
Ear-rings of the iiiont fashionable and recherche stylo
Gold and EnameleJ Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve But
Ions, Chains af ofdescriptious Ice. Ice, Silver Ware,
(extra plated) comprising Castors, Butter Dih, beau
tiful y based a nd engn.ved. Table 4c' lea Spoons, &.c
Air., Piano. Jt-elodeons Ic Sewing Machines f the
The price of each article varying from SIX lo EIGHT
HOW WE J1ALL FROCEED,
We have adopted the plan of tbe sale now so popu
lar of charging a uniform price and this willfin varia
bly be $ i lor each article regardless of value. The e-X
peiises of conducting our Agency are paid by Ihe sale
of aertihcates.or coupons representing the varieus ar.
tides. These certificates are sold at FIFTY CENTS
each or SI or S-! "O aud each certificate tvilf show the
holder the par ticlar article he or she is entitled loon
payment of an additional $-.00.
THE EXPENSES OF FREIGHT ANIJ PACKING PI
ANOS OK SEVNU MACHINES WILL BE PAID
BY THE PARTIES WHO AR1 EM'ITLEa
AGENTS ARC WANTED
In every part of th United Slates and Proviee and
a' I snth veiy libera inducement, will be off-red,
and on app'icalion a circular of term, will be for
warded. We prefer money sent in Post Office orders
where ihry ran be obtained or by Bank Drafts to dis
order. Please write your Name, Town, Couuly FnJ
Stale plainly aud addr'ss all orders to
DH TREY & CO..
34 Liberty St., New York,
Feb. 17. ieC6.-0m JJB
EI.Wri.il, having botiL'M L
liunj-on' IMloriSIO.X STOIIK, if.
mow prepared lo pell Groceries at Whole
sale or Retail, a Cheap a- the Cheapest.
IIEEIE YOU CAI rilVI
KI'H. W. EI.WELL.
Bloomhbor-r, Ib. 14, '65 tf.
IN BLOOMSBURG, PA.
THE UNDERSIGNED ha jnn opened a
new Store in SCHIVE'S 3UILDING MAIN
STREET. Bloomsburg, Pa., which he has
filled with a fir-l class assortment of
of all descriptions, anJ
GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND
in ihe uual variety.
Also FLOUR anvl FEED supplied atthe
lowest market prices. He respectfully so
licits a fair share ot patronaue.
JAMES K. EVER.
Blomobur?, Nov. 8, 1865 tf.
OMNI BUS LINE.
fMlE undersigned would respectfully an
iiounce lo the citizens o( Bloomsburg,
ar.fl the public generally, that he is runtiin?
AllO.ALMUUS LIN L
between this place and
the d.fierent Rail Road
Depots, daily, (Sundays excepted) to con
nect with the several Trains aoiii South
and Wesl on the Cataw issa & Williamsport
Rail Road, and with those goins; North and
Sonih on ihe L--ck. & Bloomsburg Road.
His OMNIBUSES pre in good condition,
commodious and cotnfotrable, and charger
reasonable. Ci7 Perons wishing to meet
or see their friends depart, can be accom
modated, upon reasonable charges, by lea?
in" timely notice ai any of the Hotels.
JACOB L. GlRTON, Proprietor.
Bloomsburg, April 27, 1861.
Justice of the Pence,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
Oflicc Beaver Valley, Pa.
Will attend to taking acknowledgements,
Write Deetls, Mortgages, Lease-, Bonds,
Notes, Ag'eements, &c. Surveying atten
ded to with despatch. Charges moderate.
Jan. 10, 1866. 4mo.
. 1)11. J. U.EVANS,
Physician and Surgeon.
AVIN'G loca'ed permanently on Main
Street, BLOOMSBURG. Pa., would in
form the public generally, lhat he m pre
pared to a' tend to all bti-iness faithfully and
punctually that may be intrusted lo his care,
on terms commenura;e with the time.
rjT He pays str'.ct attention to Surgery
asvsell as Medicine.
November 25, 186S -ly.
ITCU 1 ITCH ! ITC H !
Scratch, Scratch, Scratch !
WHEA TON S OL tSjEN T,
Will Coie tbe Itcb in 4S Hours.
ALSO cures Salt Rheum, Uleers, Chil
blains, and alt Eruptions of the s-kia. Price
50 cents. For ea'.e by all druggis's.
By sending 60 cents lo WEEKS & TOT
TER, Sole Agents, 170 Washington street,
Boston, MasB., it will be tor warded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the United
States. Sept. 27, 1863. 6m.
, Th undersigned will pay the highest
market prices for CLOVbKobhU.
- ii, ii, ii in i i m . i 1 1 m n..i . .. i i. 11,1. r
Terrible Excitement !
IN LIGHT STREET,
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
On Account or the IVcw
Arriral of FALL & Winter
GREAT REDUCTION 1XFR1CES
ITAS just received from the eastern cities
and is now opening at the old Hand
a splendid assortment of
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODLTE !
LLis 6tock consists of Ladies Dreivii Goods,
choicest stpt and latest fashions.
li ING If A MS,
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS,
BOOTS AXD SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of his old friends, and
the public generally, ia respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for conn
try produce. PETER ENT.
Lght Sireet, Oct. 4, 1865.
MEXICO ! ME XICO !
RErCllUC OF MEXICO.
Ttccnft-tcar Coupon Bonds in Sums
o'$50, SIC0, $500, airf" $1,000.
Interest Sevpn Per fent., Payable iu
Tbe City of Xcw York.
Principal and Interest Payable in GOLD.
10.000,000 lo be Sold at SIXTY CENTS
ON TH ft liULLAK,
in U.S. Currency, thus yielding an interest
of Twelve per cenl. in Gold, or Seventeen
per cent, in Currency, al the present rate
of premium on gold.
The first year's interest already pro
THE XOST DESIRABLE IX VESTMENT
Immense tracts of Mining and Agricul
tural lands; sixty per cent, of port dues,
imposts and laxes.in the States ol Tamauli
pas and San Luis Potosi ; and the plighted
iaiih oi the said States and the General
Government are all pledged for the redemp
tion of iheee Bonds and payment cf inter
est. The Security Is A tuple.
S30 in U. S Currency will buy a 7 per
cetti Gold Bond of &50.
60 in U.S. Currency wi'.l buy a 7 per
cent. Gold Bot.d of ilOO.
S300 in U S. Cnrrenry n il! bay a 7 per
cent Gold Bond of S500.
SfiOO iu U. S. Currency will Luy a 7 per
cenl. Gtld Bond of S1C00.
Let every lover ol Republican Institutions
buy at least
Circulars JorivarJed aud subscripiions re
JOHN W. CORLIES &. CO.,
and J. N. TIFFT, Financial Agent
of the Republic of Mexico, 57, Broadway,
GT Subscriptions also received by Banks
and B inkers generally throughout the Unit
Nov 8, 1565.
A. J. EVANS'
iearly opposite the Episcopal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Y stock is composed of fine clo'.hing,
medicm and low priced -adapted to
all conditions, tastes and wr.nts. He has
the latest styles for the teason a fine as
Overcoats and Gentlemen's Sbawls,
from low to tha very be.-t.
His Goods ate luthiunuUe and well ALtde.
In addition to my slock of ready-made
clothing, I have piece gooJs for custom
Cloths. Ca&Miiierc., &c, Ac.
Antl having one of the fir-t clas? cutters,
Chailes L Reichaid, formerly of Easton,
I guarantee a fit in all cases and tjive
sati-laction. Also a variety of Woolen
and Linen Shins, Stockings, Neckties. Col
lars, Stocks, Handkerchief everything in
the gentletnerj'8 line of clothing.
A'io Hats, Boots and Shoes, T.ur ks and
1 will sell at the lowe.-t Market (it -es.
Pleave give tne a call before purchasing
elsewhere. ANDREW J. EVANS.
Nov. 15:h 1965.
. If. STOIINER,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER
nAS always on hand and lor sale Fresh
BREAD, CAKES, and PIES;
French and Domestic Confections
in orea' and splendid variety ; Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually fonud iu a first
class cotitectionery More.
He would call especial alteulion to tm
newlv received s'oek of
PICKLED fRUITS, AX D JELLIES.
Having , recently fitted up anew aud
on the fir.l floor, two doors west of Eyer
& Moyer's Drug store, .he is prepared to
wait upon his many customers with FIRST
rr i vn F.SH OYSTERS as cheap as ihe
v L.taiw'v - s
cheapest. Ha will supply Balls, Parlies.
and Families, with Uys:ers, L-oniectionerj ,
&c. at reasonable rates.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 20, 1865.
41 Ofl lER YEAR! We warn
qLuUv agenis everywhere to sell
;ur improvedS20 Sewing Machines. Three
new kinds. Uuder and upper feed. Wai
ranted five years. Above salary or large
c onrnuisj-ions paid. The ONLY machines
n the United States for less than S 10, which
are fully licensed by Howe, Wheeler &
Wilson, Grover Si Baker, Singer & Co., and
Bachelder. All othr cheap Machines are
infringements and the seller or user are lia
ble to arre.t, fine and imprisonment. Cir
culars free- Address, or call upon Shaw &
Clark, Biddeford, Me. Dec. 20, '65 ly
C LO THING STORE,
I READING RAIL ROAD, ,
WINTER Alt It ANGE3I ENT. .
NOVEMBER 27 18GS.
GREAT Tronic line from the .North ni
Nortb-we6t foryPbiladelphia, New-.
York, Reading, PottsIle, Tamaqua, Ae5r'
land, Lebanon, AI'enV,woiai,oni &cr&ev.
Trains leave Harribbdrg for New, York,
as follows. At 3.00, 7 25 and 9.05 A. M.
and 1 43 and 9.00 P. M , arriving at rVdw
York at 5.40 and lo 00 A. M., and 3.40 and
10.35 P.M , connecting with similar Train),
on ihe Pennsylvania Rail Road ; Sleeping
Cars accompanying the 3.00 and 9.05 A.M.
Trains, without change.
Leave Harrisborg for Reading, Poltsvilla,
ramaqna, Minersville, AshUr.d; ' Pine .
Grove, Allentown and -.Philadelphia, at 7.25
A. M. and 1 45 and 9 00 P. M., stopping at
Lebanon and all Way Stations; the 9 00
P. M. Train making no close connection
lor Pottsville nor Philadelphia. For Pott,
ville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via
Sbhuylkill and Susquehanna Rail Road,
leave llarrisburg at 4 CO P. M.
Returning, leave New York at 9.0Q A. M ,
12 00 noon, aud 8 00 P. M. Philadelphia
at 8 00 A. M. and 3.30 P. M. ; Pottsville at
8.30 A. M. and 2.45-P.M., Ashland at
6 00 and 11.45 A.M. and 1 15 P.M Tamaqua
at 7.35 A M ar.d 1.40 P.M.
Leave Pottsville for Ha'rihbor, via
Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail Road, at
45 A. M. .
Reading Acccmmodaiion Train: Learee
Reading at 6 30 A. M. returning from Phil
adelphia at 4 30 P. M.
Colombia Railroad Train leave Read
ing ai 6 to A, M. and 6.15 P. M. for Epbra
U, Litiz, Lancaster, Columbia, &c.
On Sundays: Leave New York at 8.00 P.
M. Philadelphia 3 15 P. M., Poifsville 8.00
A.M., Tamaqua 8 CO A.M., Harrisburg 9 05
A. M., and Readinz at I 00 A. M. for Har-
noi-uiy, unu in ax i. in tor xew iorlc.
Commutatmn, Mileage, Season, School
and Excursion TickeU to and from all points
at reduced rates.
Baggage checked through; 80 ponndi
allowed each Passenger.
G. A. NICOLLS,
Reading Pa., Dec. 13, 1865.
fjATAWISSA RAILROAD. On and after
Monday, November 27, 1865, passen-'
cer trains on the Catawifsa Railroad will
run as follows :
EOL'TH WARD BOL'KD.'
. . . rillLA. MAIL K, t urt.
isnamsp l, dep. 8 45 a. m. dep. 1 50 a. m.
... u III. j , J II
Milton, 10 00
2 Cfi t
4 13 '
via. Po:tsvil!e '
via. P. Clinton, ar. 7.Q0 '
Phila , H
via.M Chunk, 7.53 '
New Yo'k, 10.35
i.05 p .m
ir- v , u,, uei,. o.yy p. ,n jjgp g CQ a m
i ii ii a
via. M. Chunk,
via. P. Clinton,
Quakake Jan. '
3 30 '
1 1 r.0 o. m.
12.45 p tri."
WiliiamsDoit. ar. 5.10
Superintendent's office, Wi!liam$iort. Ta '
Lackawanna & liboasbnrs R. fi.
rN and after November 27, 1865, Passen
w gei Trains uill run as follows :
A.M.. ' P.M.
5 t0 10.05
6 55 n.15
Leave Norlhumber'j, 8 00 .
Kopert,, 9 15
Ar. Scraulon, 5.45
Trains leaving. Kingston ai .in a .t r-
Scranion, connect wuh Train arriving at
New York at 5 20. Leaving Northnmber
Und at 8 00 A. M. and Kingston 2.30 P.M.
connect w-.ih train aiiiving at New Ycrk tu
10 o5. P. M. -
Passangers taking train Soulh from
Scranton al 5 50 A. Al. via Norlhumbe
and, ieach Uamsburj 12 30 P.M., Balti
leave 5.3Q p. M., Washington 10.00 P. M.
via Ruper; reach Philadelphia at7.00P. M.
H- A FONDA, Sop'L
Kitigston, Nov 25, i8C5. '
I SCa.. 1865.
PHILADELPHIA & ERIE HAIL ROAD
ThJS yreat line traverses the Northern
and Northw est counties of Pennsylvania to -the
city of Erie, on Lake Erie.
U has bee.-i leased by the 'Pennsylvania
Rail Road Company, and is operated by
them. Time of Passenger (rains at Nortt'd.
Erie Mat! 1'ra'Mi 5 40 P M
Erie Express Train, 3 30 A M
r.lmir.l ktr,roc Triitn m- r - .
Llmira Mail Train, 10 25 A M.
i.' ic iiiiii 1 ram,
Erie Express Train,
Kjmira Exj-.jeiss Train,
r.ne Mail irain, a m t
2'40 P. M.
5 30 A. M.
itniti Mail Trui 1 , 4 35 P. M
Passenger cars run through cn the Erie
Mail and Express trains without chAng-s
6oih ways between Philsdeluhia aud Erfe.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New Y'ork at 6 00 P. M.. arrive
at Erie 3 37 A. M.
Leave Erie at 1 15 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 train?.
For information respecting . Passenger
business apply at cor. 30th and Mark el Sis.,
Philadelphia. And for Freight business of
ihe Corrpany's Agents.
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13ibx&nd Mar
ket Street. Philadelphia.
J. W. Reynold, Erie.
W Brown, Aa'i. N. C. R. R.. Balt'imcr"
H. H. HOUSTON.
General Freight dgt. fbll t.
H. W. G WINNER,
Ceneral Ticket Agt. PblP.
a: L. TYLER, - -
General Sup'i, Willi- 44 - '
Dec. 6, 1863. ' mgpOt.
aq( a maar rii I 'GJ?-- ,
tor six entirely nm c rtTS Witltoi
out. Address O.T.-p -w article fag.
Biddeford, Me. -EY, Ciiy Bai'fdW
' ' " Dac. 2f '65 tJr