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DEMOCRAT AND STAR
Wednesday, Llarch, 1866.
AKSVER3 TO COKHrSFON'DSNTS.
(cumnti.-We dt not drsm ttreally essential
for m-n to be a fraduate of a collogi or aniversity
lit what it called rtAssiCAi, depjet ijits in order to
corarnenca the study of medicine. It would be an
Jranta79J!li',.'J-ln'Iefitand "Liitin and Greek,
rand pernaps rremn hu victims " '- "
I ecial r.asnn w'iy over le'-ir yrrs snuuia ue
4.vr,t-rl te the stmlv of lantuiieej, . bich tcah no
philosophy, no truth that takes hold on to-day, but
make tlie 'student wai! thronph a Held f science
not apptirnbrr ttflhe p-ofeion he propose to fl
low. If you believe th" ftrofession will suit you.ani
you are otherwise l'alifl ed. wc advise you 10 try it.
Jacob R Don't be discnuraf ed at what your
eighbors nay ; we are all creatures of ciMumstan
eet jraaI try again. Pcrhopa if those who call
you a knave"; had one toatli the temptation and bur
lien you have they would Instantly jo down without
emo man'y effort of iohcrajit virtue ft appejrto
fee your lotto strive -jams' a sea of trouble.
- Ansis or Catawissa. We do not know enough
about ihi matter to answer you correctly . But the
Imcle fiict of hi having M. V., to hi name w uld
of no consequence in oar estimation. Jl may I QQ(fe JOOQ Wesley and Jonathan
n--Mul- Driver," "Mad Dog," or "Miserable iri . , . , , , , ,
vi,. However opinion i , ha, h Ue.thera Ld wardsj-Talent and GeD.U3;-Wa-rabond
or a rack. ordinary Prediction: Ghosts Orgm
vagabond or a aiack
' .Wanted. At this office, No. 33, "Cola.n
til Drmrcm'," dated Oct.. M, 1865.
0.i oor firt page wo 'publitb in full llie
speech of . President Johnson, delivered at
the White House on the C2J oil.
"SHQ'ipjsserri()n of Congress te a long
nee, it will require a great deal of whi'e
vr aching To mate a while man out ot VJ.'ys
I? is said, thai cur friend and fellow
townsman, James K Eyer, gi.es general
taiiafaction as an auctioneer.
!Inj kiu'a Hoop kiits, for ladip,nd chil
dren, adv. in thi issue Call at 28- Arch
St., Philadelphia, aud .'ti j'.niiiO stock ol
.- Ouh readt-r vt ill please bear In rn'tnd that
lereat:er, all txchenge?, Coniftinti:cation
add ttisinei4 ro'ice, shocld te addre.-sed
to the DtbCCRAi a Star.
Wt learn that the opinion' of if.e Court
in rtifefence to the Eer Grove School Dis
tricvha.x been filed, aud the new 'Distiict
On the 3d.o!t., as U.S. Sena'or Cowan
was mukina hi epeech he received a tele
graphic message from llarrisbur announ
cing itai the I'enna. State Senate had paa
d a reoIuiiou akitiz him lo reir.. Ii
noi have its desired eflect. He perform
ed hia du'y nobly.
Ths Repablican editor of this place,
couldn'i reiote the objections to the rreeu
rxaa'a Bureau Rill, contained in the Fres'.
rJem'a e:o rr.ecsage and mair.t3ic hia po.'
tion. Therefore he oed Snii-dtor TiantbuTa
j-eec!j Icr :he d:rl wurlr.
Ir is Raid by the oldest and bet weaUifr
pagers of ocr day; that eo many ralical I
change from warm to cold, as we have J
hkd ibis winter, has not been krown for a ;
Ier.o.! ol iixty years. Ti.ey !-o say tba1 .1
betokens a parching drought next summer.
Wt advise our readers to pay particular
attention while at chorch ftest Sabbath and
ee ho" many miniMere of tte gopel will
Itlory in the late doinps of their Provider,
tial Preside-it. 'A jsAui come to judg
ment." A pleasant theme for the palpi;
and the test they could do tea months ago
lo speak of their Abraham, and their Joshua.
Stick to Andy you nnlaiiuful Isreaures or
yoo will never see the promised land.
Thi: Republicans every where, are mak- t
In2 reat efforts to conceal, and hinder the
people from bearin3 and believing, the
1-cts as thev exist between the radicals in
Congress and the President, lest ihe light
should eo shine into tbeir minds as tote
the means of their conversion end salvation.
9atan acts likewise with Gjd and the gos
pel of Christ.
Tin Staiote which prohibits the selling
ol intoxicating liqnors lo minors ihoold fce
ricidly enlorced. IfrmB of our saloon- j
. . , , , i ii'1 "'. "cc-ii, ii.-vfT Dir-n irrauiru nvkinn n.'zisn r oi
KeepeM WOUIU ODey tniS law, tney WOIIIJ I Columbia rnnty. to the undersigned ; all pernns
have less cause to fear a heavy fine or Ihe
lock op ; besides adding grttaily to the re
spectability of the place, and" ' closing a
path which is o'.herw ise open for th cer
tain destruction of some of our most prom
iaing young men.
Wt tender our thanks to Senaior Backa
lew for important public document and
pecially for a copy ol his late able speech
in tb U. S. Senate.
We are abo indebted to UonWm. A
Wallace, of the Sate Senate, for a copy of (
bis powerful speech delivered in the State
Senate, on tte 23rd o!t.
-We wi'l publish Cockalew's speech as
pace will permit, commencmj lextweek.
.A Mcmcil Lecture, by Rev. J. S ein'melz
will be delivered at the German Reformed
Church on flexrChoreday evening. Doors
pen at 6J o'clock, P. M. Lecture begins
at 7$ P.M. Children's admission -15 cents ;
Adults 25 cents. Tbo.-e not previously sop
plied with tickets jan purchase them ai
at the doors. The proceeds to b appropri
ated, to a .Sunday School Library. Let
very lover of Christian principles assist in
the good work. From oar knowledge ol
11:. Steiatcetz we anticipate a rich treat.
Wi Call attention to the . fact, that oar
'enterprising friend Mr. A. Hartman, has, in
his new Grocery Store, on the Sooth side
ol Alain aireat, near the forks Hotel, an
extensive, splendid, and excelled assort
ment of New Good-. Mr. Hartman con
dcc!s his besiness in the best xsaunerf He
2 always at his post and ready 13 supply
tis css'.omeru with the best variety and at
ha lovs: pries possible. He Isbcts ia
;!2isaanJ all wiahin.? 19 pcrcbas will do
Last week's being the firi issoe of the
consolidated paper,- Columbia Dimochat
a.hd Star of- th North, we ask our sub
scriber to' be patient, if they did . doI re
ceive the first nomber. . We are satisfied
that an error was made bj somebody ; es
pecially in supplying our town subscTribers
We aimat accuracy and punctuality and
hope hereafier 10 bate no room for com
plaint. We make no personal mucks nei
ther in our office nor outride ot It : but
j from the complaints already made we are
. cegred 10 a greater energy to do Our patl i:t
YfTCRDAT we heard one of the boasted
inlelligent Repnblicans of this place , say.
"We diJa'l mourn the dea h of our mar
tyred President in vain. Had we consid
ered him' human, as we shonld have done,'
and not lbs "government," we might bare
prevented lhi seconrMsmentation.
The Illustrated Purin'ological
Journal for March Coatwna Cor
nelius Vamlerbilt, Hon Ezra Cornell,
Prof. iuapes, Freuerika Dremer,Lavater,
Lps Casas. - Sir John Franklin, Capts
ol Uoal; Varieties-of bbeep. Iron, it.
uses ; Patting on a Dad Face; Tribula
tion Trcpid. and Sir. Hopeful; -The
Jew; Love and Lovers, the Philosophy
of Engagements ; an Excellent Number,
only 20 cents, 'or $"-2. 00 a year. Address
FOWLER & WELLS, 3 8 0 Broadway,
New York. 1
WHEAT.per bushel. 200
R V K. .. .. j 00
t ORV, HI
BUTTER. - 43
F.fiOS . -23
POTATOES. - 1 00
DK I ED AFPLEd, 3 00
HAMS - - . . 2l
BACDV, . . . H
'FLOUR per bbl. 12 DO
CI.OVEIt-KEU. 6 2j
BUCKWHEAT Flour. 300
II AY hy the ton. IS oo
CHICKEN'S, per pair. 5 J
PHILADELPHIA PLOUR & GRATN MARKET.
COKKKCTKD WCIKLT FOR TIIS "DilOCHT SDir.."
Wheat F!ur per harrel. Ettra ..
do flo do Family.
Wheat, White, per hushel
da Red, do
do Amber do
Corn Yellow, 4i
do Whit's d
Buckn heat Meal
. ! 5)
. .2 211
to a to
to 2 30
to 9 05
.2 pr 100 lbs.
11 A U K 1 E D.
In Catawissa, on the 22.1 nl:., at the resi
dence of Rev. U. C.Jnhn Miss Annie Fox,
of Millville, Green A-ood Iwp., to Mr. D.'A.
Creasy, of Light S reel, both of Columbia
( On the 22.1 oil., at ihe Imu-e of the bride'?
! faiher by ihe Rev. V. V. Eer Mr J. S. Mar
I vey and Mips Brfll I'arl, both of Faiimount
j iwp, Lczerne cn., l'a.
i At Town Hill, on the 1st int:, by Rer. E.
1 WaJwor;h, Mr. Charle M. D-.Ion, o!
Henion, lo M is . l'alrrietto R. Smith, ol
j Greenwood, both of this county.
I In Wel!iveravi !-, on the lt insi., by Tbos
J Welliver, Eiq.", Mr. Jacob Keilman to
Aiim Mary hyer both of Greenwood Co
umbia coxmlt id.
On Saturday evaninq on he 3d, cli., at
the residence of the bride' Mother t y Jo
fph Lillv Eq. Mr. Janips William, lo Mrs.
Mary Anna Vindrj both of Light ,S;reei Col
umt ia couu'y l'a.
In C(itre on the I3ih of Pecember If G5?
by Rdv. D S. Truck in miiltjr, Mr. Samuei
Speng and Mis TVancy Fowler, a ti of Cen-
By :he jhp it Espy on ih 17th u!t., 18
66 Mr. f.?wi H.s, tl Suijarloal, and Mar
.... A I.. ..I L f .
",,:4"' r'"r7. '
i eb. 22tl, at tlie rexidtnc of ihe brideV
father by Rpv. U. p- Kin, Mr. G.ro Mo
bride ami Jim S. M.ij-ie . Emory all of
New Columbus Pa.
At the same time and. place, by the Rev
Cha. Cleaver, Rob't F. Watts, ol Wilkes
barre. ant Miss M. Amanda Emory ol New
D I C I) .
In M ifTlm vii:, on the 8tF of Fetrusry,
l?bo, Mr. Liizabeth, wile of Christian Mil
lee, agei 75 years, 4 month, and 2 days
In Iiloomsbnr?. on the 3J ins, Mrs. Em-
elina !!, 7'horpa, crncfTt of Rer. John
onaa.iu i:ie asm year ni ner
,eave a -iMna ar,J l"feft- 'rn,:'
'":'" ' ir euu.ien u.piriuie.
But her loss is not limited to tho family
circle, for by ber am iableness and christian
J like spirit she won the respect and estppm
of a large circle of friends who a'sj deplore
her sudden death.
Estate of Christiaria Reichard decd.
. -I-. , .
f El rl.RS nfstTni;
Lj tiana ite ichard
Tmiuii-tration on the E.tate of Chris
..f I .(.) nf T . I . j n t n C.J Ii.
' i ' .. . .. A ' 1 L. i . - n .
Having claims against llie rst.-ite oi fie deceileiit are
requpsteii to present them to the undersienej, resid
ii)! insaidtowuship.wtthoiitdel.lv. an I all persons
indebted to make pay mcnt forthw ith.
J:JUN REIC1IA&D, AdnTr.
Feb. 2i .16C0. Cw. 31
Eilaie of Ctitharitr Dr vvihdhrtf Cat
mci'Sa firp.. deed. . O
TETTERS of administration, with the
will annexed, on the estate of Catha ine nrtim-h-eirr.
late of Ci la w i s a Iwp., dee'd have b'" n
prr,nt.d by the Railur f iolumhia cuiiiy, ! the
undr sir.i?iii'l ; all persons havim; claims or de
mands against Ihe estate of tle s.ii l rircrtl-iit are
r -luestHd t pre ent tham to the underined. resii! -in?
in paid twp , anl all psrsous iu l-bied to make
Adm'r, with will annexed,
' Feb V, -fi!;.-6w. $1
AUDITOR'S NO I ClE.
IN the matter of the account of John
ftaley and John K. Grotz, assijnees of Flias
Wertman of R'hrsbur?, in the county of Columbia.
The creditors of Elias Wertman. and ill other per
sons intrres tsd will tak-e notice that E II. Little has
hern Appoint ed l-y the Corl of Common Pleas of the
County of Ck unibia. Auditor to make distribution of
the balance in the hands rf John Hta'.ey and John K
Grotz. as'isnecs of Llias Wertman. The Au
ditor hereby fives notice that he will attend at his
nffics in Bloom.burr. n MONDAY THE 2TII DAY
MARCH, A. ir.. lf, for the norp se of attending to
the datn.'s of his a ointment. h"ii and where all
persons intiest"l in the said fjnd can atu-nd if
they sec proper and present their claims r be de
barred from coming iu for a share of the fun. I.
B. II. LITTLE,
Cleomsburg. Feb, 24, 13C8-tv. Auditor.
BY Tirtne ot writ rf venditioni cxpnnos. to rne
di.ected. issued out of the Court oi Common
Pleas of Columbia county, will be exposed to Put)!ie
cme. ai tne UU KT MOt HK in Klrvoin shnrr on
MOIAY,THE S6TH DAY uF MAROII.at I o'cl'k'V'and xxckels them io pure.rmisical intonationatioo ami
ne aiidrnooi, of said nay. the following real es
tate to wit ;
A certain lot of UodVituate In the village of Cen
traha Columbia County, contains in width on Locust
Avenue, twenty-rive feet, and extending back one
hundred and forty feel to an alley, being the lot
marked with the number three in block. No. 118 in
th town of 'Centralia upon which is erected a twa
story Frame Store and Dwelling , with the appurte
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the
pjnerty.ot William Sterer.
W' SAMUEL SNYDCtt. Skeriff,
Sheriff's Oflice. J
Bloomsbarf. Fcb.FS. "63. -
liLA.NKSl BLANKS! 4
THE Mason ic Hamlin Cabinet Organs, forty dif
ferent styles, adapted to sacred and secular mufic.for
-0 to $ 00 each. Flr'TV-OXE GOLD or SILVER
MED VLiJ. or oth -r flft premiums, awarded theia.
Il.'ustrated Ca alogues free. Addre s, MA3UM At
HAM LIN, Boston, or M430.V BilOTHERd, NW
York. ' '
Jart. o; lcC6 Sep. 9. TO. ly. S.M.P.
Every young lady and gunileiuan in the United
Statts cau h.;ar ininelhing very inurli to their advan
tage by re urn mail (tree of charge.) by addressing the
uutlcriiigiietl, Tboiio b.ivioi? tea' of being hniubiigg
ed will oblija by ii 't nuticing this card. All others
will please address their obedient servant.
THO-i. r CHAPMAN. '
e3I Uroadway, New York.
Ftb. 5'; 1366 ly.S M P
'I'O Con-rMPTATivEs. The advertiser having been
JL re piore J to health in a lw weeks by a very im
ple remedy, after having suffered several years, with a
severe Inn; aiTection, and that dread disease. Con-sumpUou-is
anxious to mafcv known to his fullow
sutfsr'.'rs the means of cura ,
To all who desire it, he wi!l send a copy of the pre
scription used.freeol Charge. with the direction rr
preparing and using tht sam which they will fi t. I a
sorb ccrb for Consumption, Akthmy, Bronchitis. Colds
Coughs etc. The onlj object of the advertiser !
scuding the presciiption is to bent-fit the afflicted .nd
pre d information which heconreives to be invaluable
- nd he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, at it
will cost them nothing, and may prove a bles-itig.
Parties wishing the prescription, free, by return
uiaiU will please address
r Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsbnrg. King County.
Fch.23. 18G6. ly.,S.M. P. New-York.
a caKD hi inV,lii!-;
A Cle rgyman, while residing in So uth America as
a mi ss i ennry. discovered a safe and simple rrmedy
for the Cure of Njrvoua Weakness, Ear'y Decay
Diseases cf the UrinHry and Sitinal Oran?. and
tit e whole trait of disorders brought on by baneful
and vicious habits. Great numbers have been al
ready cured by this noble remedy. Tromptid by a
desire to b -ne fit the afflicted and unfortnnate, I will
send the recipe for preparing and using this medi.
rihe. in a sea'ed envelope, to any one who needs it
Fasa ov CnRoe.
Fleasc Inclose a post-paid envslope, addressed to
yourself. Ad tress.
JOSEPH T. IN. MAN,
Sttio D, DiBLfc Ilausc. Now-York City.
March 7. lJM. -3mi.
Eli 110 US OF YOU I'll.
A geni'eman who suffered for years from Nervous
Debitit.rrouiatiir? Decay, and all the effect of youth
ful indiscretion, will, fur the sake of suff-ring hj
manity, send free to all who need it, the recipe and
directions for maKing the simple remedy by which he
was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the adver
tisers erpcrience, can d so by addressing
JOMV B. K5 DEV.
Xo. H Chambers -1 , New York,
ret., $3 l?G:;.ly.S.M.F.
rPhc Grovesteen Piani Forte
i still retiiins its prerodence and great popularity,
and after underirniti: gradual Improvements for a pe
riod pf thirty years, is now prono.tn red by the musical
world to be unsurpassed an i even unequalled in rich
ness, volume and purity of tone, durability and chi-ap-lies.
Our new scale, trench action harp pedal, iron
frame, over strung bass, seven octavo rosewood pi
a no we arescllin ch -apT by from 5 1 01) to 3200
than the same stj te an. I finish are sold by any oilier
first-class makers in the country. Dialers and all in
want of good pianos are invited to scnJ for our De
seriptivc Cata'ocue, w hi" h contains photographs of
our di ffcreui styles, together with prices Xo one
should pur base a pi;no without seeing this Cata
logne Medial almost without number, have been
awardhl to the Orovesteea I'luio, and the Celebrated
World's air, though put in competition w ith others
frn'ii all parts o f Europe aud the U S?.. it took th?
,i .ic?t awa- d.
tbtiibii.hud Id3j Grovesteen Co,
41a BROADWAY. NEW -YORK.
July 23. ICS . U. II. 9. t Co.
An Iramcnsf Eraijraiion.
N immense emigration w ill pour down into the
Southern Stale, with the rlr atin .'f peace
Thousands of Southern refusee i, froa all the towns
au.lciti'-s of the North, will return home; thou
sands of Northern soldie a'will move in the same
direction, and S'-ttls. ia tlie closest bonds of union,
among their southern brMhern ; and, in oedince r.
the law-r demand and supply, thousands nf north
ern farmers, mechanics and laborers, wi I swell thf
luiphty vduiiK for the r -peon ling ai,3 rebuiMing the I
A-aste place or tlie "U nny soiiiii. in annripii i jh
rf this er.in.l diversion of llitr tide of emisruion.
and troiu the increasing demands upon tl-tin, t ie
-roprietnrs of UOS7 E I ICR'S CtLF.BR ATKD 3 I'OM
ACII BITTER1 are putting up additional thcusan Is
ot boxen of their universally poup iUr tonic and
We havethe testi nony ot soldl -rs. a ilors, travr1
ers. tr:tjiper-. min -rs. einiirraiits. rrfuirees, farmers
ans piani'.-rs. North aoJ So-vth. a cloud of witnes
ses. lh:it as a safe mid reli.ibte reine.li il agent, and ns
a protection a.tiift all the complaint incident to
etpoiir-, p-iv-ttion-1, change, of climate. ! let. water,
an.l habits of life, lloSrtl'TI.R'a I'-ITTLKS, useo
as directed, are worth their weight in Go:d, North
or "outh. CummiinicJifcid.
It i-also pro per to iimt tliat tlie Bitters ar sold
exclusively in iass. aud never in any cirruntrnc.-s
by th" gallon or barrel. Impostors antl itmutors are
niiroad. and the only safeguard the pntlic has aeairst
tiieui is to see that the loller they buy li'atii- en
erived label and note of hand of Messrs. liotetier
&. Smith, and our p roprietary stamp over the ccrk of
Feb. j-;. l.af.C -4t.
R E THE ONLY INSTRUMENT? constructed on
a truly tieniiftc principle. They h.ive creater
strength. and will r.-inaai long-r i Tc'i llian any .-th
er Piano. 1 he n-tiMruction 1 mmijiIh and n tu til, all
the eAtraneous lumber 111 the- body of ih in?t rtiuient
is dispensed w itli : the sounil boar Cs are merelj tvo
arched plank j of thin wood, like le front and buck if
a violin ; the striui are attached to a "trooa Iron
Iraine.vi hu h is -earat d an.l entiri ly independ n- of
the cae, thereby lpenlllg withtnc old li.irp f .f.ii T
stringing, by fubtitutiug slraishl bridges. l,rec,rvins
at tlie 5ame time the Uver ttrung IMv- of which Mr
DRtuOj is the Inventor. Hy thi;sJ improvements w e
gain much more vibratary pr.wer. at the same time
preserving all its purity ani ricbries of toue
-Tneyhave receivetl tlie liiche-t l-ftiino-iaU from
Hie I'res. and all the principal afiists in the country,
among which are ;
Harry Sanderson, 1. M. tJof'c'talk,
Max Maretzek. PThaluere,
Theodore Kisfl -I I. Win. Mason,
.Herman, Widlenhaiipt, A. Karili,
Francis H. Ilrown, M. Strackojrh,
Vm lleiirv Frv, t'ha- 'radtl.
Mr. SMi TH AI.BF.Ri'., th grat piani.t
says : I have examined your new Piano fortes, and I
cordially approve of its system of Construction. Iti
principle. by whirh great inereaseof vihrnt'ry power
is obtaine 1. being verysimple and perf- ctly pi.i osop t
ical. The tone is grand anil nolile : il h is great ca
pacity for utainiiig the sound or singing and its vol
ume of tone or power 1 have never a -ard excelled in
depth, pontv. and ynipathrtic sweenies.
VV m. HENRY FRY, late mu-ical critic of the N
Tiibune says: I have examined youruewly n.vcnt '.
Piano Fifrte. They merit all the praise given to then:
by Messrs. Thalberg. Cott.-chalK, Mason and other..
As regards structure, ; hsy are original and philosoph
ical ; in purity, volume. aud continuity of tone ; in vo
cal veriiimilitude, th;.t criflfcuing excedetice w hic'i
enables the pianists to "ring" on the instrument.
Your Pianos ercr do-erve the highsst r mk. Your in
vention, in my opinion, is destined to work radical
changes in the manufacture of Pianos throughout the
FromlhRN T. Herald, Sept. C-L"pon a careful ex
amination ot Origg Piano-i'orte, we find 'h resu't
oltainerL.are a ve y fine sinstng tone "reat purity an.l
brillianavr throughnui llie cnffVe instroiiiem. noloflcu
found 111 Pianos constructed upon the old plan.
The N. Y limes, July I j, says:-We have now an
in-trument without an equal. It can sing with 4
smooth deliracy. perfectly unattainable on any other
instrument : an ordinary player obtains with no .xor
tion, the fullness of a Ur .nd Piano Forte, andthey
must supersede theo'd -tyles.
Getlemk :-IIavin thoroughly examined and test
ed the Fiano-Fortea invented an.l patented by Mr. S.E.
Uatucs. I am ot tlie opinion tii.it the tone resultm. 1
Iroiu bis iuiprovemcnts.as exhibited in I be instrments
unner exaaimation. in point of ricbn.es, depth an i
brilliancy .equals that of the best Grand Piano Fortes,
actual toue. power thus aproxiiualing closer to what
I consider perfection to the. instrument than ha yet
been achieved by any other system of manufacture.
B. M.G OTTSCIIALK
Wm hall & son,
513 Broad wav, New York.
Before purchasing, send for a descriptive catalogue,
Feb 17. leTsS ly. JJB.
CoitVEYAftXIXtt, NEATLY A N if
, .P-PTLY DONE , b yC.G. BA R
This SpufT has thoroughly proved itself to he the
best article known for ruring the Catarrh. Coid ts
the Hear anil Headache. It has been found nn ex
cellent leniedy in many caces of Sore Eyes. Diaf
ncss has been removed by it, and U cabins has often
been grvntly improved by its use.
It ia fragrant and nereeabty. arid
To the doll heavy pains caused by diseases cf the
Head. The sensation a'ter usina it are deliehtful and
invigorating. It opens and purges nut all obstructions,
strengthens the glands, and gives a healthy actuu to
the parts affected.
More than Thirty Years'
Of Sale and usa of Dr. Marshall's Catarrh and
Headache S.ni rr, has proveil its pr 'at vSlui! for all
the common disease of t he Head, and at this moment
it stands higher than ever before.
It ia rcoin mended by many of the best physicians,
and i s used with great success and satisfaction eve
R.ad the Cert'ficates of Wholesale Drug
. gists in 1854.
The undersigned, having fo- many years been ac
quainted with Ur. M.rmiv.n's Catarrh an4 Hkad
achb r'Hvrr, ami sold it in our wholesale trade cheer
fully stale, that we elieve it to be tq i il. in every re-i-l
e l to the rc unruendations Viven of it for tin: cure
of Catarrhal AtTji tinn, and th it it is dt-rjileilly the
best article we have ever knowu lor all common dis
eases of the Head.
furr 4l Perry. Boston,
Reed. Austin & Co. '
lirown. I. .1111011 & Co "
Reed, I'utl.r t la
Seth W Fowle. "
Wilson. Fairbank k Co.
Heushaw, Edmands tc Co
11 IJ Hay. Portland. .Me.
) Barnes Park. & New Yoik
) A B St D Sands.
Stephen Paul At Co
srael IMmor l;n
Al'Kessou 4c Robbing "
A 1. covill &,Co
M Want. lose Ai Co
Ilu.h Ac Gale.
For Sale bv all Druggists
Feb. 3, IdoU ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
The original Medicine estilili,.ti-d in 1S37. and
first article o ihe kind ever introduced under th;
name of "Puli-n:c Wafers. ' in this or uoy oih-;r
country ; nit other Puliuo ii. Wafers are co iiuerl'ita.
The genuine can be known by the name BRYAN be
ing stamped on each WafcK
These Wafers have been before the public for nearly
Thirty Years, and the immense ale atta ned, not only
in America but in fori-ixu eo. mines, fully attest tlteir
intrinsic wr'h. Tin medic.il pror,art are superior
i.iany ijliiriiFiitU ufT.'r.J i'.?rllii! cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial atf.'ctions. an I tlie q lantitv contained in
eacli box is nearly double that of llie many wor.hles
Ilrj au s Fulraooic Wafi rs
cure Coughs, Colds. Sore Throat. Uonrseaess. AMhnia.
atarrh. Bronchitis. Difficult Breathing, ripitiinj of
Mood Pains iu the Chest. Im ipient Consumption ami
all iis:ases ol the lungs. Not o ily aflordint; temprirary
relieT, lint eir-cting a rapid aud la.--tina cure iind are
warranted t. (five sati-laction in every instance.
They do n-t nauseate like alcoholic compounds, and
the medical prope.lies ar- combined in a form so
aareealde and pleasant to the late. Ibal a.iy child
will readily lake lueiti One dose will always afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists and Tuhlic Speakers, the Waf. rs are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove llie
most severe occasional hoars'Hieg.s ; an J their resuUr
ue for a few days ill, at ail times, increase th : pow
er and fl.-xibil'ty of th voiee. prea'ly improving its
ue. coo.pass and rernes. for w hich purpose they
are regularly used by many prol'essi loal vocal i.-U
The very great celebrity of this valuable remedy has
in. need unpriocipied persons to prepare base -intuition,
which disappoint the jiil expectations of tlie
purehaser, and injure the character of the geuuiue
See that the word "BRYAN." is stamped on each
Wafer, and al'O observe llie f.ie simile of tliu signa
ture tf the Proprietor. "JOtl MOse-"oii each wrap
per, to countet. it wlitrh is forgery. oirendins
parties will be dealt with to ihe full extent of the law.
Urya-'s PctMosic Winiii arc for sa.e by a. I Drug
gists. Jult MOSES Sol j Proprietor, 27 Cortlandt St, N. Y
Feb. 3, Htiti ly.
THE GREAT EM.MSII It 31 LI) V.
PROTECTED BY ROY A I. LETTERS PATENT.
SIR jameTTt. vrke s
Celebrated Female Pills.
rrepsred front a prescription nf Sir J. Clarke. JIT. D., Phf
licui LLiiTtiirdinaoy lo if: lucen.
Tin ir:va'u;itile nepi. in - it unfiling 1:1 tlie-cure of
all iloe painful and ilang- roiij iln.ai-( to wbuli the
female cin?til:itio.i is m!j.-i:t. It moilcr ites all ex
cess ami removes all obstructions, from n hatever cuuso
a .id a kpeedy cure m.iy be relied on
7 0 MARRIED LADIES,
it is particularly suited, ft will, in a short time, bring
on the uionilily period Milh regularity.
E'ich Imiiie, pric une llollar, hears ttie flovern inert
Stamp of lilt. I Uritain. to prevent couulctfcilf ,
Tltr'r PiUn ..ioW'.f no' fnlei, by FtmoUs daring Ihe
flhST THRKK MtiA'l IIS of Prcjranry. a, iA, art tmre
to hrin on Muramagt, bit at sy other time tit' 11 art nafe
Eveiy women knows tliat the tili.nm of heultli mu,i
faje, with the slightest irregolaritv ..r obrlrurtion of
the menses. These Piils are truly the worn in's fri.'nd I
iu the hour r fl.-i.il. sud the only sure, posi'iv.? and
never f.nline rure and regulator "f -'uppresi"ii .f n.i '
Lire from w ba ever cause S uo Id ln.it the feeMe-t j
can t-ike llieut with p'!rl'.:ct securitr. yet so powerfu I ia
their e fects. that tuey may be safety Ci,ieil, a never i
Iu all rases -f Nervous and Spinal AfT-rtinf Pains j
in tlir Pack and I.imtis, l.iticue oali-lit i jert on.l'al I
p tilionof 'he Ilfrt, Hysfiic. nli, While-, the-c (
Pit s will cfT ct a cure hen all other ineun have f;ii.- j
nl ; and a!thou:h a powerfjl remei'v. Jo lo t ro, I n J
iron, calomel, anliumny. or auylliiug hurtful to the
Fu I directions in tha pimpht'-t around each package,
which should b careinUv pres-rved
Si-LILBY JiLL IHtUGOISTS.
Sole General Aent for the IjBjted Stales and Rrilih
J in MOSW. C7 Cortland Ft . New York.
N. B - Jl 00 andG three cent postj,. stamps en.
closed to any authoriZ -d A ;nt. will ensure a b .ttle,
roiiuinitic 5d Pills, bv r'-lurn mail, k.curly sealed
from a'l olii:ivatiou
rVo. 3, "i.o. -ly.
Mr . ilLALI U M tiEAti Ml
LITE 1! EAL I'll SIR E.(sTil.
Lin: IIEILIII MitLM III.
Hundreds and thousands annually cie prematurely,
when, if they would give the Ureal French Remedy,
DR. JUAN DELAJLARKE-d
Cclcbrati'd Sprcific I'iil.y
Prepared by CRisctERa Ac Di-r "tT, iM Rue Lom
bard. Paris, front the prescription of Dr. Jn.i'i I'ela
niarre. Chief Phvsiri.n. of the Hospital du Nurd m
Larinoisiereafairiri.il. Ih'y sinl tmd im.neiliaie
relief, and. il. a slmrllime, he fu'ly restored to Health
and S'rmgtk It is used in the practice of many enu
in nt Fie. li physicians, with uniform success, and hu'li
ly recommended as the ooly positive and pct'jie heme
dg for all persons sutf-rins Ir.'in (General or S. iu.il
Debility, all iteranaeuients cf the Nervous Forc
lelMnc"hMy, permatorrhopa or Seminal t mi ssious.a l
Weakness arising from sexual Ex Energy, Physical
rrostralion. Nervousness, Weak Spine. t l.owne-s of
-"'pLrits. Dimness of Viioa, Hysterics, Fains in the
Back a nd l-linlx. Impotency, tte
No I mguae can convey an aequate idea of the im
mediate and almost miraculous ch.i nge it o-ra-ioiis ir
the detiitit itel end shattered sy.iem. In fai t, il taulls
unrivalled as an unfailing cure ot the maladies above
mem i; tied.
Suffer no ni re. but use 7"i Great French Remr.lf ; it
w 1 1 rlT- rt a cure where all others f..ll. n-.ui alihoitzh
a pow.iful remedy, ronriius nothing hurtful to the
uiort d.-lirale constitution
Painphl. Is. rontoinim; full paiticulars an 1 directions
for using, in English. French. Sp.ihish and Urrmau. ac
company eai h box, aud also scat tree to any address
Price One Dollar per box; Six boxes for Tive Dollars
Sold by all Drusirists throughout the world : or ill
be srnt by mail, securely -sealed frum ali observation,
by inrloslug specified price to any authorized int"im.
BfAVARK Oh COU.l t:KFFJT .i.YD I.MITJI I lO.W
Proprietors exclusive Agests for America, (jHCiH Q
JUOHt-S. 4- CO., 27 Courlt. nd St. New York,
Authorized Agents fur Bloomsuuri.
k.YER Se MOT FX,
Danv'lle, W. L.1YCOCK.
Feb. 3. 18f.6.-ly.
Estite of Mary Schicepprnliiser, dee'd.
LE'PTERS of Admini'tFation on the
Estate of Mary Sell weppenhiser, late of Mif3m twp.,
Columbia county, de c'd. b ive been granted by the Reg
ister of Columbia co.. to the undersigned. ,
Ail persons having claitus ag iiusl the estate ol the
decedent are requested to present th wo to the Adiuin
tr.i.or ui'hnut delay, aud all persons iudebled to
wake payment forthwith.
JOHN AT EN.
February, 10, MS-6WS3 Adm'r.
. AUDITORS NOTICE.
Estate of Ludicig Young, deceased.
THE andersiirned. Auditor appointed by the Orphans
Court of Columbia county, to make distribution of
t fund in the hands of Levi Writfhts and .A bra in
Young. dm'rs.of l.udwig Yorjug. dee'd amnugtiie
heirs wit. tied to the s.nipr, in the order established by
law. wilt ait- nd at his nth e. iu Klo.vm.burg. on
MONDAY, the 2ttn iay f MAK II next, at III
o'clock AaWI . of said day. for 'be purpose of making
the distribution. All person, having claims or de
mands againrt the estate of the decedent . are notified
to present them to the Auditor on that day. or be de
barred from coming ia for a share of the fund.
. Cakh .zi; .
Gold and Silver.
Awful Sacrifice !
t OOO OOODollas worth of Gold Pilver Watches,
Splendid Jewelry. French Clocks, Diamond Rings.
Pianos, Mclodeons, Bewinif Machines, Silver Ware,
ate. 4.C. to be disposed of at I WO DOLLARS, each
article, without regard to Value 1
GRAND IMTKRN VI'lONAI. MEETING OF MU-
EAC1UKKKSOF WATCHES & JEWELHY.
The follow ing has been resolved, that In consequence
.f the great stagnation of Trade, and in order to re
lieve fiom pecuniary euibarratsuivuls occasioned by
a distressing War. and It avoid
B A S K R U P T G Y,
$2. BOO 000 worth of goods from their stock, niut be
sold in the course of Six months, at
and for that purposi, they have unanimously elected
DE THEY &i CO.,
3-1 Liberty Street
As Their Exclusive Agents
"The articles to sell at TWO DOLLARS ea. h.
No matter how colj ic may be, consists
of Spli.ndid Hunting case Gld and Silver Watches.
French Clocks RniM set with Diamonds, Rubies
Pearls and other p-ccious Stones (Solitaire aud in
clH'ters) Ladies' Bets of Jewelry Comprising I'ms It.
Ear-rings of the uiofft fashionable and recherche Btylu
Guld and Enameled Bracelets, Studs ond Sleeve But
luns. Chains af of descriptions -c. &c, MlverHare,
(extta plated) comprising Castors. Butter lii-h, beau
tiful y 1 based a nd eugrnved, 'I'able 4t iea fpoous.&c
icr.. Pianos J.elodeoua St Sewing Machines nf the
The' pri'Vot'each article varying from SIX to EIGHT
HOW IV E LL PROCEED,
Wc have adeptod the plan of the sale now so popu
lar of rliuriliua a uniform price anil this wilPin varia
bly be $- for each article repardles of value. 'I hee-x
p, uses of conducting cur Agency are paid by the sale
of certihistes.or coupons r:presnting the vari eus nr.
tictes. 'I hese certificates are sold at FIFTY CENTd
each or 0 I or Si "0 and each certificate will show the
holder ihe par tlrlar article he or she is entitled toon
payment of an additional 6-MU.
THE EXPKNE F FRF.IGHT AVI PACKING PI- '
AOS OR SE'VNG .M At.'M I . E WILL BE P I D
bY TUti I'ARTIKS WHOARh EXTITLEU
. .AGENTS TlTlT WANTED
SB every part "f the United Stiites and Provie an 1
a'l snch v y liberal inducements will be off -red,
and 011 application a circular of terms will be for
warded. We pref.;r money ent in Post Otfire orders
where thry ran be obtained or by Bank Drafts to our
order Please write your Name, 1 own, County nd
State plainly and nd.lr-1 nllnrd-rs to
DE TREY & CO..
AGENTS FOR MANUFACTURERS.
34 Liberty St., .New York.
Feb 17, leOo.-Om JJB
InH. ELVFI.I, l aving bouM L
- Rnnyon's PROVISION STOUB.
now prepared to ell Grocrie xt Whole
sale or Reiail, a Chap a ihe Chea.t.
ui;i:i2 you ca. FsrD
EPII. W. ELAV ELL.
nioom-bnrrr, E-b. 14, T5 f .
IN BLOOMSBURG, PA.
I HE UNDERSIGNED ha j-.i Oiienl
CHIVK"S BUILDING MAIN
STREET. B o inisbiuj, l'a., wliit-h h liar
rille I w i:h.a fir t l le-as-ort.'tn'nt of
of 11 i!esftipti"ti. ant
GRCCEIK, III.DUARE AXD
in ih ooal variety.
A:o FLOUR -n l FEED Mipr!ifl at t'
Invte-t ma ki price- Hf re-pet'tlolly to
hcu a I..ir stiare of pa"rnni.
JAMES K. EYER
Rlnn.'obtirj, Ni'V 8, 1M55 if.
'IIE iimtT-'i:ti't would re -rTi full y an
" iiiMinf1 io il;e cinzeii ol Rlootrisbur.
nl th" iHii lif pnerally, that he is ru'itiinj
A 031 X ! BUS LI X K rtSQzZ--
between this place iiiul Vj2tV'Tj--'l
Ihe d. Herein Kail Road At .f,T
Depn's, daily. (S.jm lay- e.vnpieJ) tn ron
tiHCt vvnfi iti severil Triiiis in South
ad VYfl on the C'awisa&. Wiiliamspori
Rail Road, and with lhoe ;oitio Nor'h anil
South evi the Lack, ci I31oom(hurg lioad.
His OMNI RUSES sre in o0ttf condition
commoilious a'id cotrilotrabie, and ctiarue
reastmab'e. CP Person w i-ifi in r to meei
or see their friend depart, can lie accom
modri'ed, upon reaonat)!e rliiite, by lev
ing tiinelv no'iee at anv of ifie Hotels.
JAC03 L. GIR10N, Proprietor.
R!oomburir, April 27, 1861.
- .lN hWI.uJvj
Junce o the I'race,
Licensctd Convayancer, Sgrivoier, and
Office Heaver Valley, Pa.
Will attend lo takino acknowledgement.
Wr te Deeds MrtaoPMt Le t-e. Bond
Note, An'fi-meiiis. &c. SurveyniT atten
.(e-l to with iU-j.at. h. Charges moderate.
Jan. 10, 1866. 4rno.
Li. IL rtTOIINER,
BAKLU AXD C0.FE( TIOALIl
HAS always on hand and lor fald Fresh
BREAD, CAKES, and PIES ;
Freuch aud Domestic Confections
in crea' and splendid variety; Nuts Fruii.-,
and everything u.-ually found iu a first
cla-s confectionery More.
He would call e.pecial attention to bis
newlv received 'nfl of
PICKLED tKCin, A SD JELLIES.
Having recently fitted up a new and
on thejlmt floor, two doors wet of Eyer
& M oyer's Drug store, he is prepared to
wait upon hi many cj-inmers with FIRST
CLASS FRESH OYSTERS a cheap as the
cheapest, lid will supply Bills, Parlies,
and Familiea, w'.th OyMert, Coufectiouery ,
&c. al rea-onat-le rates.
Bioom-bura, Dec. 20, 1865.
The ur.deri-ioned will r- . ...
mafl1 . r..e lor CLOVERSEED.
Terrible Excitement !
IN LIGHT STREET,
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
On Account of the IVcw
Arrival of I ALL Sc Winter
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
FTAS just received from the eastern cilies
and is now opening at the old stand
a splendid assortment of
ce lt- Da si m H 2. ea 9
which will be col. I chep for -
CASH Oil COUNTRY PRODUCE !
His stock consists of Ladies Drew Goods,
chnire.i stlet arid latest fashions.
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS, &C.
COTTON A DES
QUEEN SWA RE,
CEDAR W AilE,
COOTS AND SIIOCS, H ATS and CATS,
lyt horl everlhiiig usually kept ia 4
The patronage of his old friend, and
ihe public generally, is respectfully to
The Mshet market price paid for coun
try produce. PKTKR EXT.
L'-jhi Sireet, Oct. 4, 1865.
IlEPlIiljic OF MEXICO.
Ticenfij-ycar Con pm Iiond$ in Sums
o'.50, S100, 500, and Sl,OC0.
Interest SeTfn Per Tent., Payable In
The lily of flew York.
Principal and Interest Payable in GOLD.
510 000.000 to he hold at SIXTY CEN TS
ON THE DOLLAR,
in U. S. Currency, thus yi?IJifi an interest
of Twelve per cent, in Gold, or Seventeen
per ten, in Currency, at the present rate
of premium on gold.
The firt year's interest already pro-
V . I
TI1E X05T DFSlRjTiLE INVESTMENT
Immense tract of Mining and Aericul
lural hifidc; . si.vty per rem of port dues,
impOfi. anJ iHtes.in ihp Stales ol Tarnauli
pa and San Luis I'otoei ; and the pli'Jhied
tniih ol the patti State.- and the General
Government are all pledged for the redemp
tion of hee Bonds, and payment of inter
est. The Security is Aisiplr.
&30 in U. S Currency will buy a 7 pei
rent Gold Bond of S50.
$f0 in V- S. Currency wi'.l buy a 7 per
cent. Gold R'jr.d rf S10P.
S300 in U S. Currency Tvii.bny.a 7 per
cei.i (iuld Itond of S500. -
in V. S. Currency will buy a 7 per
ceti i. Gold Rnnd of S1000.
Let every lover ol Republican Institution"
buy at lea.l
Circnlars lorwarded and subscriptions re
JOHN W; C0RLIF.S k CO.,
ant! J. N. TIFFT, Financial Auent
! of ihe Republic of Mexico, 57, Rioadway,
! New York.
V" Subi-criptior.s alo receiveil by Banks
and Rtnkers otfr,er jRy throughout the Unit
Nov 8. 165.
Horso anfl CatUe Powflers.
TTTt Thiw preparation,
. ' -.a ? i, . . ..... 4 v .
own, win uior
and cleansing th.
stomach aod intei-tin-s.
It is a sore pre
ventive of all dis-
this animal, s-ich as LCNG FEYEii, GLAMJERS,
-. -. . . . . ... ... . j.
I t. 1.1. I' W A- -PW
Trw ir i- i r r c .
T K M P K R . FK
I.OS OF appi;-
t:tk and vital
use improves the
rniserable skeleton into a fine-looking and spirited
To keener of Cows tt.t. tti,,i-w ..
- i -- - - ..... ... -..iu,ii.ii ia iinaiuditi
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
oi me mine, it lias
been proven by ac
tual experiment to
Increase the quan
tity of rui'.k and
cream twenty per
cent, and tuake the
b titter firm and
K VtTPft Tn r t f mi ' n r.
cattk-, it (fives them
3 their li i d e , and
makes them thrive
In all diseases of Swine, such a Couehs, Oceri la
the Lungs, Liver,
&C, this artirle
acts as a specific.
By putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 6 Paperi for $1.
S. u.. ITOTJTZ & BBO.i
WHOLESALE DF.IH AND MEDICI5E DEPOT.
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeeper! througa,-
cut the United States.
C7 For sale at tlie Drus Store of
EYER ij- MOVER,
Bloomsbury. Jan. 6. IrGfi. l'2mo.
ITCH 1 ITCH ITCH !
.Scratch, Scralcii, Scratch!
IV HE A TOW S OIXTMENTr
U ill Care tbe Itcb in IS Hours.
xALSO cores Salt Rheom, Ulcer. Chtl
hlaina, and all Eruptions of the fdtia. Price
50 cents. For ?a!e by all rlrn22i8!.
By sending 60 cents to WEEKS & POT
TER, Sole Agents, 1?0 Washington rtreei,
Boston, Mas., ii will be forwarded by mail
tree of postage, to any part of ihe Uni'sd
CLOTHING S'fOR E,
r. jemj . . ft m ' - '
READING RAIL ROAD.
TNOVF.HKEU 27. IS 05.
GREAT Trunk line from the North nd.
Nortbwest for Philadelphia, New-
. . ... 1 1 m . - s . t
Vorkr, lieaJing, roinFiue, jaraaqna, abb
land, Lebanon, Allentown, Kaeton. &c, &c.
jraillajcave lidiiisuuij; ni aov auib,
as follow. At 3.00, 7.25. and 9.05 A. M.
m - - . - , . 1, . . K
ana .--ia anu y.uu r. iu , arriving hi iabw
Vnrtr at A O and 1 f I 00 A. 7il.. and S JO and
10. ?5 P. Al , coiineclini; with similar Train
on the Pennfj Ivania Kail Road ; Sleeping
Cars accompanying the 3.00 and 9.05 A.M.
TVuiitQ UMlhnnt rh anert
Leave Harribur? for Keadinj, Pottgville,-
latnaqna, JVlinersville, Ataur.a, rir.e
Grove. Alleninivn nn.l .Philadelnliia. al 7 25
, . - - ..... i , - -
A. M. ar.d 1 45 and 9 CO P. Flopping at
Leranon and all Way Stations; the 9 UU,
P. M. Trairf mskinrr nr i-'.naa conneflinna
for Ponsville nor Pailadelphia. For Poila-
.. : 1 1 - w- l ii. n it .
vine, suuuytK.ui rtaven anu Aoourn, via
otnuyiKiii ana Busquehann Kail KoaJ,
leave Harriebur2 at 4 00 P. 1 .
Reluming, leave New Yoik at 9.00 A. M -
i no noon, aud 8.00 P. M. Philadelphia
at 8 00 A. M. and-3.30 P M ; PoitTiIle t
8.30 A. M. and 2.45 J' M AshlanH i
600 and 11.45 A.M and 115 PJH. Tarn bqq
.. T It t M 1 .n. V .
ai t.O'i t ii hi.ij I.HtJ I'.JJ.
Leave Poiteville for Havisbor?, t!
Schuylkill and Surquehanoa Rail fioad. at
Reading Accommodation Train: Leaves
lieadin-; ai 6 30 A. ft., leturning from Phil,
adelphia at 4 30 P. M.
Cohmbia Railroad Train feare Read
ing at 6 10 A. M. and 6.15 P. M. for Ephra
la, Litiz, Lancaster. Columbia. &e.
On Oundavs : Leave Npw V,,rt at fi nn P
M. Philadelphia 3-15 P. M., Potleville 8.00
a.m., Aamaqtia 8 U0 A.M., HarrUbcrg 9 05
A. M., anr Readins at 1 00 A. M. for Har
rieburz, and 10 52 A. M f,.r Mau vrb
Commutation, ftlilear. Sxumn ;,,hi
and Excursion 1 ickeU to and from all pointa
r- t ul n i,nl
Uagaaae checked throush; 80 noandi
abowed ejeh Passenger.
G. A. NICuLLS,
Reading Pa., Dec. 13, 1865.
Valuable Personal Property
rrmr ....i : , ...
. .,u u.iUriinCi, wlll onr at Public Kale aith.
Friday the Dlh day of March. I860.
the following Valuab'e Personal Property via
One Three Seated Philadelphia Cab,
TOREK TOP BCGGIKS,
ZT -2yA 1 ARKIACE, One Nair Boat
. - i 5 "igons,
OIE TAIR OF XOR-SLES,
if!3B3S BRAILS 151)33-3,5;
QAnnr vm d r, r . r. .m..... ....
nn.. uur.j, ri u s, and all otber thincs t
beloneing to the Livery business. T
C7" tale to comuieuce al IU o'clock, A II.. w ben
".iuiuuu, 9in ua uiaoc inown ry
J. J. ROBBINS
& F. C. EYER.
filoomsbjrg. Feb. 2-3, 13HG.
Estate of John JF. IIcss. deed.
I" etfera of Administration, on the etUtef
cr Jolin H Hess, late ofSufrarloaf townsbip, Co
lunibia county, (lee'd. have been granted by the kecis
t,.r il" Columbia. IO. fnlh. Iinftr.ifrn..
All pi rsons haviiic cliiiius aitKinst the estate of thai
"Kcmi" - i.;'ir,irii in (Mriifui ineiii io . unaer
U'n d. wiltiuiit ilolay. and all per.oni iadeb'.ed to
- i. - -. . U . :.u " H
Fvb. 3. 15C8 f $3
Aflminitrator's 7. o lice.
Estate of Henry II. Fitz, dedd.
ctters of Administration on tbe esftta
.of Ilenrv II. Fritz, tare of Fishinvrrk i.irJ
Cnliiiiiliia county, fltreasurl, have been (ranted by
the Ki jristrr .f Columbia co. to tbe nnrlersicned all
tproii na'iriw rlaitus ni'.intif ih. nf th. Ami
ccdotit are requested to present tbem fjr settlniCliC
an.lthoe indeltted to ln etue will mak. Innim.)
diatu payment to the administrator.
JACOU 11. FBITZ, Adm'r.
Feb. 3. lW-Cw$:
7'R.PI,L0 AND MINING PAH
T ? PER. Having thoroncbly overhauled my Pa
per Mills at Mil! Grove, near bloomsburg. C'oluuibisf
Co:inty, Pa., I am now prepared tJ till all orders foe
t rappme, ITT lilastmt and Water frof Paper, on
short uotie and fair puces. I have opened a ware
house in Wit ken- liarre. and appointed Joseph Brown
oi th firm ol itrowu. Cray St to my afcnl todispoaw
oi my papvr a Luxeroc countv.
Bioomsburg. pt. 16, I30J.
CHAS. G. BARKLEY,
Attorney at Lair,
BLOCMSCIHG, teLl MBIA CO., PA.
17 ILL practice in the feverul Couru o
" Lolutnbia county. All legal bUMnea;
intm-ted to liia card abali rceive promp
O F F I C E, On Main Street, Exe!ian
iiuildinz, over Miller's it: jc.
April 13. 1H6 4.
A. J. EVANS' .
Xearly opposite the Episcojyal Church,
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Y 6'ock is composed of fine clothing
medium and lc- pricedadapted Iri
all condiiiwtis, tastes and wrnis. He naif
the latent .-tyles for tbe teason a fine a-l
or nienl of .
Overcoats and Gentlemen's Shavls.
from low to the very best.
His Goods are lathionoble and Vsell 31ui
In addition to my Mock of reai'v-mada.
c'oihinri, I have piece goods for custom
CloUis, Casinicres, Sec, Sec.
And having oil of the firt clasa cutters,
Charles) h Ileichard, formerly of Easton,
I guarantee a fit in all rses and gi
ati.-la'tion. AUo a variety of Woo!tJ
and Li-jen Shins, Stockings, Neckiie. CoV'
lars, Stocks, Handkerchief everything iC"3:
the gendeineuV line of clothing. p4r
Aio Hats, Boots and Shoe, T.cr ks an 4 -'
Carpel bg. Jltl
I will ell al the lowest Market pi I erA-
Pleae site me a rail before nnrchasinr'
elsewhere. ANDREW J. EVANS,
Nov. 15lli 1865.
Physician ani Snrieon.
HAVING loca-ed rrnaneriily on Maid
SlrPt. RLOO'.DI'Df D.. u
form the public senerallr. that he is ore
pared lo a ten i to all business faithfully nrt
punctually ;nai may te intrusted lo his care
an term commensura:s with ihe times.
t V He pave tr'si atlemioo to Soraerr
n ... n 1 1 . .
November 25, lS63.-ly.
JOHN C. YEAGEK& Co..
MAN! FACTUP R fx VIIOLE3AL DEALER If
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS ANI
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, )
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