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DEMOCRAT AND STAR.
BLOOMSaURG : .
Wednesday, AprilvlS, 1866.
t ANSWERS TO COEBESFONDENTS
S, W.C.of Fairmount Bp ring . Yonr tetter eon.
.tainmg the money hug come to IigbL AH right.
Mm Jaunt or Nescopee. Yo&r poetry is refus-
ed." Try again.
E. J. K. We recommend
the Merchants who ad-
vertis e m the ' Democrat Ac
ftor. . Bead our adver-
Bcsscamxa it woold be too much ' for at to pub
lish your notice in any way, excvpt as a'nadvtrtise
ment.' . ...
Timothy We have, on account of moving this
week, had no time todevoto tot a answering of
scientific questions. We will attend to them in fu
ture. , ;l '
merit in this' imne. He labors in please. ,
A load ol dry pine wood will bp thank
fully received, oo DrcrinJion.f this office
S. D. W. Robbina' advertisement if
'VViId Cberrr Bn'era." Tli?y are valuable
. t i t t
"" Se change of Cauwissa 11 R. Time Table
in this ieoe.
V Ferons addrceing tn by leiier, who hav
not been fatixfacioiily answered- by mai',
bocld te careful to read our ''answers 10
t -' i . . t -
' Thc citijwia ol fJioonii'bur.;, and Ihe
- poblic generally, are notified that it e price
of Ghoccriks have been redoced at El well'
tore, to It a it the late decline in 50IJ.
There will be preaching at the German
'Reformed Church, in this place, on next
Sabbath at 10i o'clock, A. M.and'J, 1'. M.
by the Ber. L. C. Sliive, ih newly elected
pastor. - " '
v . 1 1 : .
Those of our nubscrern .who do not
receive their paper thi week at the onal
time, will pleasa. bear wt:n u, as we la
bored under considerable disadvantage in
get oat Ibis noraber, alter having gdne
through with the much dreaded- task of
moving our office.
C. G. Barkley, Krq, of I31ooms.barg. is
a jsaodidate for the office of County
Superintendent of Commoa schools for
Colombia County, and respectfully folic
ita the support of the School Directors
'of the County at the Convention to be
held on thc first day of May next.
On last Sonday afternoon, R ev Jlr-Tus-tin,
paaior of the DaptiM Church, of lhi.
place, inmered two more converts. Many
persons during the winter, through the et
forts ot Mr. Totic,' and the eneijjy and
earue.-ined of bis congreaiion, have reen
led to experience religion, mot ol whom
nave joined the Bjpiist Church The Bp
list raee:in are very interesting.
' Tht follow ing' Jofiices Commifreioi.saTd
in the hands of ihe Recorder.
Jo'iah R. Frl'2, Alontgomery Cole, Wil
liam Bella., .JIathias M. Appleman, John
H. Heiler, William H. I'ti.ibold, ianniel
Dietterich,-' Luiher' A: Ganriau, Wiltian.
Rohrba'ch, Isaac K. Scb eppenheiser, An
drew J. K'ine.
Bail in brie thoufand dul'ars required
by act of Assembly ; unless otlierwif-e pe
cially ordered by Court, or a juJe in a-
v c naa ome oeauu
'nl ira!lir lltl VtPft.
There have not been as
mapy people in
town we noticed on previous days. Tie
cause of this no doubt, is to. le attributed ;
our very'' backward priti- which has pre
vented the larmers ' Irom plowing a
eatly as usual. We think they are a li tie
behind with their woik. But wttt a l ite
mors mtldfand pleasant we.lher they will
' catch op.
Wk are now snugly situated tn our new
office, ft Alain street, in the second story
of Shive' 'building, and are thoroughly pre
pared Co do all kinds of business apertain
ining to a printing office.
' Our ceW type has arrived, and is distrib
uted for e,' and r.ext issue we hope our
readers will be greeted with bright, legible,
reading matter. - Oar sign will be ccmpic
nous, oar entrance free anJ easy, and we
. earnestly solicit the calls and favors of the
Thk opposition to the Democracy daily
famish a must excellent reason to some
persoos for' belonging to the Democratic
party. They nominate broken down Dem
ocrats for ibe h'ghest offices in their gift.
Therefore, dear reader, if yoa are an' office
seeker, be a Democrat, and if you cannot
get office from the Democracy.the Kepab
licaca" will be tars lo give it to you aiter a
while, just because you bare been a Dem
ocrat. ; Your 'chances are just as good a
Geary's. '-'' '-
- i Tat cholera is aaain at onr doors, ad
the people of Thdadelphia and New York
are almost panic stricken on the sntject.
tt raged in 1832, again in 1849, and. reap
pears in 1866. Lei there te no public ex
cite ment on the subject. Fear, trouble, and
perplexities have always been loond to be
predisposing elements of iis attack. Let al
be rezuur in their naDit, temperate in eat-,
ing and drinking, avoid excitement, be
clestly in theirpersons and surrounding.,
think nothing of it and there is no danger
We learn, from the Danville In'cirtgtiKer, J
tht a eer'tons aociJont occurred in thai
plac8 oo Monday, tbe 9:h int., by the pre
tnatare discharge of a cannon, vJii!o .Sring
in honor of the overthrow ot the rebel
ayrhy, Capt. .George Lovi rraJ botlt. hi
hands terribly hatireJ ; an) Lieat- Ivod-erick-,
a'.'o, bad one haod badly injaretl, by
tb unexpected discharge.
Thi ia another warning, for men la be
rnore catefal and eanl'too in handling soch
icp!3fnnt?. on eaeh oecaion. To onr
'knowledge lliera i now a long list of im
itar accidents worthy-of the attention of
oar citiza.n whn take part ia soch d-'non-
cf !it. We know some;:...; cl
is u'.erary ati.
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY-
GREEABLY to the provisions of the Act of As
XX sembly, entitled an act to reduce the-Sfate debt,
c. passed the 3()lh day of April. 1844, the Treas
urer of the County of Columbia hereby fives notiae
to all persons concerned therein, that unless the
County, Koad. Scho l, Poor and State Tax. &c,. due
on the following real estate situate in the County of
Columbia, are paid before the day of sale, the whole
or such parts of each as will pay' the Charlies and
costs chargeable thereon, will be sold at the Court
House, in B'oomburg. Co of Columbia,' on tin lUli
of June, I8iit, being the second Monday, and tn bo
continued by adjournment from Hay to day for ar
rearages of taxes due said connty and the costs ac
crued on each respectively.
TENANTS. Dot , CtS
I8G2 87 David Deatt Beaver, 5(i
lc!U2Ac63 324 TMIiuttbctr " J171 JG
04 At t5
ldo2 ii 3of3C0 t.opgonberser.Fisher At
Miller. " 19 20
18li2 "'50 Joseph Naus, 2 40
f2ii5 30 . Manu.tla'dyteCrisweU ' 'J "J;l
Ca (14.03 372 John lc( alia 9rt 7d
David Nans "2 4!
Jolin Koona Benton 9 HI
Samuel C Kric.bnnm 2 fi2
1 l..t -
3 4 V
Kli2:ibeth l.nnger x 4 30
Xiixui H tl Noblu " 2 fit
l'lt.:r Sliullz "3 21
' Ih nnuh Tyke . pQ
ra"k i' t Sliullz' 3 'J-l
iMinl.l Sim tz "I ro
' Peter Kradley Conyiigham 3U
- Henry Kingsbury .. 57
Win l.iudeiiuiuiU 2 tt4
J V t.irk Centre 4:1
Jim V Strnlnncrer 3' I
Fter Appleeate dec'J Jackson r'J
H'-nry Applegate 2 77
Win fmssley Mailion Vti
II Kn-toiibaiider's heirs .Vurii 44
l'uter Kuiirht oi
J.ihji Cosper'a e?t Tine 23 97
I 'nl viu t.'hauiberlin J I j
Annuel Eek 37
tVilliam Whipple 1 57
Miles D Sutlura ejt SiiBarlo.if . ttO
JOHN J. STILEd, Treasurer.
Trkastbkr's OrricK, )
Eluomaburg. April 11. 'CG.
Tit E IS Vll li li'S K A Ij K
OF UNSEATED LAiDS
FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY.
AGRKKABLY to the provisions of in Act of As-!
aemlily entitlnii an Act ilireiting the mod,. f j
s.'lling uii-eiti d lands far law and forotlier purpr- I
sea, passed 111. I3tli day of March lclo, and the lur- '
tht?r "i'1'P'ements thereto parsed on the il.iy of
March ISI7 and the 2.1tU March I 21. and Utli M;ri:h. 1
Ir47. tlie Tn-asurer of l ol ni.Ma dunty herely lves i
notice to all persons concerned llierein, that unless I
the County, Koad. e. hoid. Poor, li.mniy and Suae'
Taxes lur on the following tracts of unseated lauds
situate in Columbia County are paid before the tay
of sale, the whole or such parts of each tract as hi") ;
pay th-j taxes ami rusts rhargeiihle ther-ou. will be j
sold at tin; Court llou-e in the town of B;orislnirg, '
County of Cohjinlna on the Second Monday in June 1
licit, aud to continue by adjournment from u.iv to dav
for arrearngi-a of taxes due said Comity, and the
cols accrued on each tract respectively,
Nu.or Acsi Wakran rtES or owsERs Tivr d c
3!0 riias Miller
200 Catharine oyer
125 Lew is t iler
2ii) W in Siw art
2UJ John t;ralrl"part of 409 acres
Polonion Itower sr
, J .-sse Itowmaii
J icon Sitler '
Samuel 11 Smith
Joseph J tatkhous
John II Su't
Samuel J Healer
I I 34
' 3 01
Til onus tiarns
X.iili mil I Itroivn
I,ewis VVal ker
7'hos l.'iiHt.in W J Grcenou?!!'
Mary Ritstan-W J Gn;etio.i-h"
t of 170
4 oi i;u
l of .jjO
Thos Uusian slijicF iat Coal co I 2 lid
3" l in I
2 2 no
J'. h'istoii I'-eiuJey
l'0 teoige lickhaiu
3e4 - 1'honias Itiltzh liner
X-4 Kote,t Hi iztieiincr
! 3 4 William lnllon
2oO Amos w'ickeralia'ii
3 4 of l3o Paxton. K.ine 4t a-harplesa
of loO Benj.imi.i Combe ti K.-st"
i of I no Kenjaiiihi CiMiiilte'J Anspachjr"
t.JJc.3 1 r.'t Doiiiinick Crjiio
1- t,2 1 lot John Cow en
1 lot Georje Ready
2 lots H. nry Sn .rps
lot Pre.ucis Nuliler
Irf3 1 lot l ter Lawler
6 1-1 Pen-itl & BeneJUt
lu tlias Reea
57 J. S Brobst
7U Jasper A.tup
40 Jeremiah Fjncher.
SO Llijah U-ynolds & Co
140 William llurkalew
Hid Alexander Cramer.
2- i J V c R J Junes
15(1 " Thomas Lciik hs
A George Mack
112 Reese J Millard
3 Georg. P.-ler
34 Willi. nis Koubins
5 Amos Spade
113 At) rah ma Young
343 Paul Apple
433 Guy Bryan
434 Abraham Ileescr
1 12 i Samuel J Healer
33 Fnmuel Mbertsoii
14 Ellis t.ves
100 JohnA Funston
50 George Reese
2 1-2 - Daniel Montgomery
SO Nathaniel Campbell
30 Franklin McUrU -dee'd"
13 ' David Lee
31 ln.Tjari Parker Ac Co
U0 Philip tc John Wasncr
l"2of 200 Mary Myers V
1 2ofl 0 Thomas Rustan
I 2of I'm Daniel Reese
I 2of2o0 Mary Unstau
I 2of 210 Charlotte Ru tin
-2nf 2'M Jnn U ' vn olds
-2of 2ui Wiry Myers ttTtatcpaat coej co l 54
-2of luO Thoma Rustavi " J 3J
I 2of IJ0 Daniel Reese " 17 fl
I-iof-.'Dd Mary ..ustan 151
l-2ol 2is Charlotte Rustan Iri 51
l-2il 20(1 J,jhu RcvuoMs " u Id 54
22 Thomas Aten sr dee'd I 7i
175 Georg.; Xungesser 1 1 7s
147 Joshua Zimuieraian 4
3ot George Lati jere 3 LO
103 Brobst. Yetter St Schiniik 7 10
4 Wm Creay 51
5 Henry Miller's heirs 1 IM
09 Isaiah S human dee'd. 3 44
21 2 Daniel Montgomery 12
8 Samuel Crevelinj 44
30 Jacob (iaxenbdct) bU
XI Geene llei lley 1 4s".
3D Peter Melick ' . 1 0c
Peter Applegate ,
J. noes Lockkrd
Thomas Rend -li
George A Frick
20 i i.
Thomas liarnes jr
Gss' Est "
Alex St Joshua Iles
Robert Montouiety's est
Abraham Yon a; '
JOHN J. STILE?, Treasurer.
P-loomsCurg April II. tG. y t"
lAPPIN'G AND MINING PA-
per MjMs at Mil! Grovc7 wear Bloomsbnrs, Cotumhin
County, Pi.. I am. now prepnrd to fi'l all orders for
Wrapping, Dry Kl.-wting and'Water ProofPaper. on
shor t notice and fair prices. I have opened a ware
house in Wirken-Barr'. and appointed Joseph Brown
ol the firm of Brown, GrayJt Co., my a?rrt lo dispose
of my paper in Lnzernc County.
List of Causes for Trial at May
1 Stephen Baldy, Vs.-The Cata wigga WitTiamsport
and Krie Rail Road Company.
. 2 Wi'Iiam U Lance . vs Thomas Creveling.
3 Jolin U. Jacoby el al vs I.indly W Woole.
4 Jacob Harris vs Peter Jacoby.
5 Andrew J. Snyder vs. John Sheather.
P Jacob Hog?er vs William Slanghliach nnd wife.
7 Jacob Sim in an vs The Catawi?ea Kail Boad Co.
8 Hugh W. MrKeynolds va Peter Olipbanl,
' 9 Adam Deittcrich vs Jeremiah Jacoby.
10 George Longenbtrgcrs Executors et at va Hugh
W. McKeyiiods elal.
I I George A uerrmg vs Peter Miller.
12 Edward lleilner vs The Locu.t Mountain Coal 4.
Iron Co tt al. . .
13 Har.Kenborg for the use of 31. Chamberlin vs Si
las D-. Edgar.
J4 John Hinterliter vs John Jameson.
15 Jacob Rem ey vs i .'nlawissa Kail Koad Company
Hi Pnvid Lanh va Ttie School District of Mount
17 Jiiepli Fry vsCntharinc I.nng.
William Lamon vs Peier lluyman.
I 'J William l.aiiion vs John Vanpelt. ;
2i) 11 Miry P. Nusi- vs Uorotut) of ilerwick.
21 Ahraliam U. Swisher vs Hainuel ItimUy.
22 l- li Jones Jonea f Siilea C Abbott et at.
23 William Kyer vs Peter M. Beiber.
21 Greenweod To win nip vs Samuel Bogart.
25 Svlvestijf J. Faux vs Isaac White.
SH fylvester J Faux, vs Isaac White.
27 J. K. Anxpnch et al vs William P. Ityon.
2 li ii.ta'n Kiiapp vsThe tchnol District of Bloom
2'. Wrisht lluahea vs I'ttcr Miller.
:'.( Johi' ( Iliitlioe et ul v 1'nrviu Masters.
31 Jii allian Kniitlc vs Wriht Mushes.
32 Lewis Green v lnn-. While.
33 Mary E Green va Inaac Whi.e
"it P ter Kirshncr ttal va D.iuicl Kru'ii's admin-i.-trat.rs.
35 (Solomon eyhard vs The Township of Centre.
"I he follow ing npraiseiiients of real and peroonnl
I pronrrtv set anart to W idow, of d.--ili-iit liavi.
I bceu filed in the tihe of the Reenter of Coiuiuliia
county, under the Rule nf Court, and will be pre
! ac nt id tor absolute roll n.-uintioii, to ibe tlrplians'
' Court I" be held in I'looiiMbur". in and fir s-;i-l oun
j ty. on WK.DNKVS'DA V. THK'Jih tAV OK .1. I,
If.M. at 2 o'clock in the after. n of s;iid ilny. unlfss
exceptions to such confirmations ;lre pre viotialy filjd.
I of which all persons interested in aid tates will
1 Widow of Julio F
2 Widow t f Robert
Mastellcr, late of Madison
J. Lyons, lute of Pine twp.
3 Wid. w of Charles Eisenhart tat cf Cattawissa
twp., dee d.
4 Widow of John Copper late cf Pine twp.. deed.
5 Widow ofRosWej Smith late of Greenwood twp.
6 Widow of Charles
of Bloom twp.,
d ,7.jVido,v ofJuua tV Wcss Jate of Sugarloaf twp.
Widow of Henry II. Fritz tateof S;:garloaf twn
9 Widow of John Jacobv late of grott twp. dee'd.
10 Widow of Peter Delnng late of Centre tw.. dee'd
it Widow of Win. B. Welliverla-.c of Mad
12 Widow of Jacob
Johnson tate cf Orange twp..
, JOHN G. FRrZE, Register.
Bloomsbnrg; pril 4, IdCO tc
; Vf ot'ce '9 bercby givp'n fo all ?ritee3,
-A.1 creditors and .th"r persons interested in the es-
tates of the respective decedent and minors, that th
!. lowing Aiiinimairatmn and Guar, iau arpounts
have been fihul ia tin; otlce of the Register of Colum
bia Co.. an. I m ill be presented for confirmation and
allowance in the Orphan's Coir I, to be h:-ld in li:oni--biira.
in the county nforesaid. on W eiliie.r!;,y. the
9th day of May. J-oo. at 2 o cl'.CK in the afternoon of
1 First and final account of M. E. Jackson. Adm'r.
of John Slielihaiuiuer, laV: of 1 narcrvek towuiiip,
2 Second an 1 final arronnt of Wjliaii it Tlionns
Edwards admr's of Willi im Edward, late ot Biiar
creek township, deceased.
3 First and fina"- accouutof John Mirli a lin'r. of
IUuuali Fowler, late of Hriarcieck township dee'd.
4 First and litril account of R'libeu Miller, atm'r.
of Catharine Vcttcr, lato of Calawissa township
5 First nnd parli it account of P iinea and Isaac
5 mi Hi iiuiu'rs, ox Samuel Sun'.h, lute of Mittliii twp.
C Second and final account ff Thomas nnd Win.
Edwards, aduir'a of Aiim Margaret El wards, ate
of Uriarcreek township, dee'd, - .
7 Account of Benjamin Yohe, Guardian of Jaco b
Fry minor child of Aaron Fry l ite of Jtitliij twp ,
H Account rf l.rjne; Heacock and Hugh Fairrnan,
Executors of EdiUi Fairuiuu late of Greeuwood twp.
9 Second and final account of Jacob Garrison, nct
inii executor of Alexander Gurreuou late of Duuville
10 Second and final account of Johnson II Ikeler,
Executor of Andrew lkclcr, lute of Greenwood twp.
11 Ascount of Stephen Raldv, Guardian of Mary E.
IU -ck. r minor child of Wui, Blocker late of Hemlock
12 Account of Martha A. John and Caroline 3. De
w itt. Exerx's of George Jodn late of Scott twp de
ceased. 13 ccountof Amy Whifoight and vlarv Wliile
nitht ailm'rs of Peter Wliiteuiglil, late of Hemlock
tos llship dee'd.
It Arcouit of II nca McCollum, Ex r. of William
Mieep late of .Madison twp d. c'd.
15 Accii'int of Stephen Kiki'inlall Guardian of Jo.,
uank unuor ehila ot John Swank, late of Centre
Hi First account of Jaco! ami Washinston Veaaer,
ndmr's of John Yeag .r, sr. late of Locust twp. de
17 'I he first and final account of J. C. Pennington
adm'r of Christian l.aubjch, laHof B.-ntJn twp du
1 Account of Christian It ?ee.holtz, adm'r of Ma
garet Vetter. late of Catawissa twp. dee'd.
I '.' Fir-'t and final account rf Wiiliam Goodman &
John l-v.m fdnir's of liauiel Levanr. late of Roar
inircreik twp. dee'd.
20 Firt nnu fiaal aero-.iiit of J.hii . Funston. ad-mi'.i-tralui
cf David Vandine, lute of Madison twp.
Si Final accouutof Daniel Ernst, survivini execu
tor of .Mary P, iliils. late if Madison twp, dee'd.
22 Account of Montgomery C0I2. one of the execu
tors of William Cole, late of Benton twp. dee'd.
23 Account of Thomas ft. Cot! onr; of the exjeutors
of William Cote late of Benton twp. dee'd.
24 Account of B F. Hartinan, Guardian of Clara
Ai'pleuian iuor c .ild of Ballis Applcrrtau, late of
Hemlock twp. dee'd.
25 Account of U. F. Hirtnian adm'r of James Rals
ton late ol iduom twp. ih.c'd.
I 2;"ccnunt 1 f B. F. riartuiari adm'r of Wm
1 late of Blu'-ni ttvp. dee'd.
j 27 Account ofU. F. Ilartman, truste? alter pr.ico ed
nigs 111 rai lion ol I HiIiii ll ;l rliil.' dee d
2- First an I final acco nit M" Jolm X.-yhar l an I
Nathan Fleckemtein executors of Jacob Flcckeii-
te ne of urauieelwp. dee'd.
2J Final aecount of Lewis Larish and Jacob Met-
icK tx-jcut'ir of Andrew Lart-lr, tale of Scon twp.
3n First account 'f Aiigusfi. Everhart exeriitoi nf
the last will and testament of Jacob Everbart .ale of
Orani'e twp. dee'd.
31 First arcoont f Franklin Yocum adm'lofWio.
Yotllll lilt, ol li oa rinfr r. tf t ii. .t.f I
rt s.i' c ..a -c ir:-K.
R.-irhelderffer latt rf Blooui twp., dee'd
.. .ni.i a.,... .1. .v. Aie lldLl
33 Airount of B. F. Hartinan adui'r, of Mary Mas
tiler, latt of Madison twp. d.:c'd.
31 Account of B. F. llarMim adm'r witn tht wil I
annexed of Jouatiian Masletlcr late of Mxdison twp.
35 Aceottnt of Oliver Evans i.lm'r of Jesse Williams
lale of Koaringereek twp, dee'd.
3(5 Account f 'diver Evans adm'r. of Jesse Wil
liams, w ho was Guardian of Benson Miller, minor
child of Win. T, Miller of Roaringcreek twp., dee'd.
37 Account of Wm. H, Woo.lin. and Alexander
I lioiiiison, ex'rs of tl ugh Thompson, late of Berw ick
3H Account of Ji hn Wenner a Im'r of Reub?n Sav
age, latt of Fishingcreek twp. dee'd.
.T.i Arrount orG. II. Fowler, G rtrtiin of XV, R.
Smith of Mililm twp.
JOHN G. FREEZE, Register,
rtooiiisburg. April 4. l-"it- tc.
Aolice in BHvorcc.
It the Common P.'e'rf Colmhii Covn'y.
Car'dmo Snyder, ) And now. to- wit : April. I l.l.-is.
by her next friend an alias Subpoenn ia nivorce
Adam Wi'helin, bavu.g l;tn returned and re
V-. I spondent n.-t having been
Lnfiypfte Snyder. J found in Ih t County, upon mo
tion of E. 11. Baldy. Attorney for Libelant. Court
ernnt a rule upon Kesunndeiu t. ?1hw wny a Di
vorce a vincxi-o MATRfMoiii should nl be decreed i i
the above stated case, returnable to the sai i Court o(
Common p'eas, on Monday. fay.7. l-'i'.ti
SAM EKL SNYDER, SUeri fL
Wnomsbur;. April II, Woo.-bw.
IVolicc in IHToree.
In the Common P!e is of Columbia Comty.
Charles Wolfum i AND. w to wit: Apr. II. l?o(i,
r jan aii is Supoena in divorece hav-
Sarah Wolfrnm. ing been ret.irned and Respond
entrot having been fodnd in the Connty, up. n mo
tion of W. II. Abbot. Attorney for Libelianl. Court
grant a rile upon Kesp.wident ta show cause why
Divorce a vtscct-o matrimom sho ild not be decreed
In t h above Mated rase, returnable tn the said Court
of Common Pleas, on Monday. May 7, ..,
S ML" KL SNYDER, SUerifi".
Cloomsburg, April 1 1 '66, 6w
BLANKS ! ' BLANKS i
Office over Harlmnn's Store, oppoiite Pott Office
Bloomsburg, April 4, ISGG. tf.
Located at B hemsbur g , Columbia county, Pa
rpO spread abroad the influence of Education, and
J train up youth to intel'iience, is, of coarse, the
prime o'lject for which every school is establrshed.
There are ninny waya in which this object is sought
to he obtained." Wn deem that the moi-t proper and
sue. s-fnl, however, which aims at the develop .
ment of all thi natural talents of the pupil; which
calls into irtive ue every faculty of the mind, and
exercises ail. its powers to their utmost rapacity ;
for, by to doing, the whole mind it strengthened,
aud that jusleiiipoise among all the powers, which
ia so essential tu complete success, is maintained.
The founders of this Institution irt t ml lh.it it
shall be second to none in the facilities it allords
yoiing men, for acquiring a thorouh Commercial
anil biiHiuess educatmn.or iu preparing for any class
in College ;orinthu advantages it ailords ynuug
I adles lor acquiring a Utilul and Uriiamental Education-
BOARD OF INSTBUCTI0N.
HF.NilV CARVER. A. M., Principal.
Kcv. J. R. 1)1 HM .A. M Prof of Anc't
Miss SAB AH CARVER. Preceptress.
The First Term will commence April ICtli Second
,Term Monday, September 3d, L-GG
Tuition per term of II wekks. Common
Iliuher t iiH'isn, Aiuiont and Modern
p ii age a SI I'. 00
Lessons on Piano
I'iiiiiling, Dr.i nui.'. Wax Frijt and Flowers. Ate ,us
reasonable as in other ti.'-t cass liislilulioii.
Ei.well, Rev. II V. ItecKLicr,
C. li. PaxtuM,
Rev. K K. Wilson,
i. W. Martha.
Rev D. J
r.loonuburg, April 4, Idui, 3t
THE Mascn 2c Hamlin Cabinet Organs, forty dif
ferent styles, adapted to sacred and secular music. fo
$-ilto9iO0 each. FIFTV-ONn GOLD or SILVER
MEDtLS, or olle'r first premiums, awarded them.
Illustrated Ca alogues free, Addre. s, MASON .4t
HAV1LIX, Boston, or MASON BiOT!IEK3, New
J.in. O, 13C(J Sep. 9. '05 1y. S.M.P.
Every young lady and gentleman in the United
States can hear something very much to their a lvan
tace by re urn mail (iree of charge.) by adilres sine the
undersigned. Those having f.;a s of being humbugg
ed wilt oblige by 11 't noticing this card. All others
will please address their obedient servant.
THO-i. F CHAPMAN.
31 Hroadwa7 New York.
Feb. 2-', laiifisaly.S M I
A reformed im bi iatv would be happy to conimn ni
rate (free of charge) to as many of his fellow-beings
as will address biui. very important and useful iu
formation, and place in their hinds a sure cure for
the love of Strong Drink of any kind. This infor
mation is freely oftVre.l by one who has narrowly es
caped a drunkard 's grave. Address,
S?ESH B. II END I'KijilN,
No. a Broad Street, New York.
March 2i l.-fG. 3in.
Cos-r.Mi'TATivKS Tne advertiser having been
restored to health in few weeks by a very sim
ple remedy. after having sutf :rd several years with a
severe lung affection, and that dread disease. Consumption-
is anxious to make known to his fellow
autrerers the means of cure
To nil who desire it.Iie wi!l sen 1 a copy of the pre
scription used.ffreeot Charge w ith the directions for
preparing and using tin: saiir.., which they will find a
scrb etas for t ousuiiiption.Ahmy, Broncbitis.Colds
Coughs etc. Hi') only object of the advertiser I i
sending the f resciiption is to benefit the afflicted, and
spre d information which h'-conrei ves to be invaluable
nd he hopes every sutTcrer wi'l try bis remedy, as it
will cost thsm not uing. and may prove a bjes-ing.
Parties wishing the prescriptiM. fre-, by return
mail, will please address
Rev. EUWARD A. WILFOV,
Williamsburg Kings Count v
FeU. 2 l.J0C. ly. a.l. P. New-York.
LMItl) I II I.NV VLII.
A Clereyman. hile roi
a n.isionary. discovered
for the Cure of Njrvous
li.iing in South America as
a safe and simple remedy
Weakness. E.ir!y Decay.
j Diseases f the Urinary an I Seminal Or-'an. nnd
the whole trail if disorders brought on by baneful
I and vicious hat.its. Great nuiiitiers have been al-
ready cured by this noble remedy. Prompt-id by a
j desire to b iieflt the a:.Tirt'?d and iMfjrtmi.it , I will
j send the recipe for preparing an I usiih; this medi
I cine, in a se.i ed eu velope, to any one w ho needs it
I Frih or Charge.
Please inclose a post-paid envelope, addressed to
JOSEPH T. l.NMAV,
Sttio D, Hibh. Hojst. New-York City.
March 7. Idti, -3m-, j
Eli 110 IIS OF YOUTH.
A gent'eman who suffered for years from Nervous
IKbility.Preniatur? Decay, and all the ellects of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of guM' riug liu
inanity, send free to all who need it, thc recipe itnd
directions for malting tbe simple remedy by which lie
was cured. " Suffrer3 wishing to profit by the adver.
lisci's tiperieuee, can do so by addressing
JOHN B. OGDEV,
No. 13 Chambers ,t. New York,
Feb, 25' ISO'', ly. S.M.P.
lhe Grovesteen Fian") Forte
1 still retains its precodence a id great popularity,
and after tin leroing gradual improvements f t a pe
riod pf thirty years is now protio in ;eil by the musical
world lo be uiij.'.trp:.ss.'d a:i I iv.mi une'j lal'.ed in fic!l
t;es,vu!'iiiie and p:irity of tone. durability and ch'-ap-neis.
Our r.rw sc .te. Er.-sich action. harp p-ri.tl, ir.in
frame, oyer strung buss, sevc n c tarci t"--: .oil pi
aiios we are selling cheaper by from .? l i S-'ud
than the same stile an t finish are sold by any other
first-class makers in the country. Dealers and all in
want of good pianos are invited to send for our De
scriptive Catalogue, w hich contains photographs of
our different stjles, together with prices
oliould pur. hase a piano without seeing this Cata
imrun. Medasl a most w itnoui. nuuiuer, nave oeen
.awardod to the Grovesteen riano, and the Celebrated
erM's i air, thoiiuh put in competition with others
from all parts ot Europe and the C S.. it took the
histhew awai d.
Esub.ihed IcXi Grcvesteen Co ,
4-M FROADWAY. NEW YORK.
July 23. 113 . H. It- 8. & Co.
l OLUT PKCCUI.n iO.X.
WHEREAS, the llos. William Elwki.l, President
judzc of the Court of Oyer and Ter.iiiner and Gen
erat Jail"l livery. Court of Uuarter Sessions of tlie
Peace and Court of Common Pleas and Orphan's (.! rt
in the 2; th Judicial District, composed of the rouities
of Columbia. Sullivan and Wyoiiiinn.and tbe Hon. John
MTleyno.s& Stephen Baldy, Asso'ate Judges of t.'olnui
iiia county .have issued their precpt.bearing..!atij tin- 7
day of May in ihe year of our Lord one thousaii A eisht
hdtidred and sixtyix, and to me directed for hoi Una a
Court ofOyer am"; Terminer and ;.;neral Jail delivery.
General Ouatter Sessions of tlie Peace, Common Pleas I
and; Orphan's Court, iu Bioomsbnrg, in tha county 'f
Columbia, on Hie first Monday, 'being tae th day; of
May aext, M rnnlinti? one w eek.
Xotice is h-reliy given, to th.; Coroner, the Justices
of the Peace an I Constables of the s.iid county of Col
ucibirt that f In-v be then and there in their proper per
son at 10 o'cloi k in th ; fortnoc-n of said day with tueir
records, in iuiaitioii and olhvr reiiiemhraiice to do
those thmL's with to their tdiices appertain to If. don,..
And thosulhat ar.: bound by iecoinz:ince, to prosecute
iuain.,t the prisoners that are or may be in the. Jail of
said rotiTitv of Ci tumtiia to b2 then aud there to prose-
eute them as shall be jnt.v Jurors are re.ju. sted to be
punctual in theii atveiidauce.agree.nbly to tln ir tu tices.
--v l Dated at r.loomsbure.the 1Kb day ol April
L, S. in the year of our Lord one thousand c iiitit
-v-w- ) hundred and sixty-six. and in the ninetieth
vear of live lmlepeiidence of the United Slates of
America. ( Got histfik Comiowfalth. )
. SAMUEL tSNYDLll, Sheriff".
Bloomsburg, April 11, lr)oG.
: DR. J.'R. FfViVNsi
Physician aad Surgeo:?,
OAVING fora ed permanently on Main
Street, BLOOMS BURG. Pa., v;uiU in
form tbe public generally, fnat.he is'preprared to
st tend to all bjsine.s failhfiilly and punctually that
may be intrusted to his carer on terms commeusa
rat; wilhhe times,-
Zr He pays strict aitcntio-n la S tr;ery as well
Applications for License.
NOTCE is hereby civen, that the fol
lowing named persons have made application
to the Proihonotnry of Columbia county, for Tavern
licenses, to be granted atthe May Term of Court :
John F. Caslow
George W. Mauger
L. I). Mendenhall
1 iliver A Jacoby
John J. utiles
' Mi Nor Gllehrist
( C. Slyiiinan Sc. Hon
C. F. Mann
John Sharpless & Co
Henry I Clark
Jacob R Kistler,
J ohn G rover,
John L. Kline
s-'tepliens Sc. Uiebcr
Daniel T. McKiernan
A W Creamer
W. A. Kline
K. i 'onnr
A. K. Smith
Jacob M irhajel
Israe I Muininey
Philip U. Kele
John fSavaaa " "
JE?i;E COLEMAN Profhonotary.
r.lootnsburg. April 4, lfW.
'flT TUB M'lIOOL DIKKCTOKS OF
ext EE men : In pursuance of an act
of the Legislature, enacted dorme tlie session
of HWi, nniendatnrr of the forty-third section ff the !
art of Mh May, IS you dre hvreby notifieil to meet I
in I 'on vent ion . at the Court House, iu IlloOmsbure, I
on the first Tuesday in May. A. D., lJWi, heine the j
first day of the mouth. a 1 o'clock in the afternoon,
nnd select, viva vo k by a n.njoriiy of the whole
number of directors present, one person of liteiary
ami scientific acquirements, nn.l of skill and expe
rience in the art ofu-acliing, lis County Huper inteii .1
1 nt, for the three surcee.iir.g years; determine the
iimciint o f compensation for the same ; and certify
the resu It to the State Su eritileiulent, at llarrisburg,
ns reipiired by the thirty ninth and fortieth sections
of said act, C. (J. BARKLEY.
County Paperiiitciioent of Co). Co,
r.oonisliurg, April 4. lsiiO.
323. H00?SiUnT3, S2S.
MAKtrrACTfBED anif Sold
WHOLESALE & HKTAIL,
No 023 AUCII Street,' Piiilad'a.
The most complete assortment of La lies' Mises
ami Children's lfOJi SKIRTS in this t 'i ty ; gotten
u"3 expressly to meet the wam r of first oi.ass
Trade ; embracing the newest and most ile-iral.le
Styli's and J'izes of "Tre Trails " of every lehyth
from 2 J 4 to 4 yds. round. 20 tn 50 Sprinss. at 2
to $5 no. Plain Skirts, all lenirlhs, from 24 to 3 yds.
round the bottom at 1 4Jtn ? ! 15.
Our line of "Miaes' and Children's PKIR'IS. nre
proverTiially beyond nil competition fjr variety of
styles mi l sixes -as well as 'or tinisU and duriloli
ty ; var) inir from 31o 33 inches in length, i. to 42
liiH2s a' 35 cents to 2 25. All Skills of"fCll
J,WN vtAKE." are Wahkated togive Satisfaction ;
but Hct kone as i-rcit, unlessthey ha ve, - II op k ill's
Hoop :-Wirt Manufactory, .No. 52-t Arch Srtr :ef '
Stamped on ea.-h 'lab I
Also constantly on hand. 'noon Skih rs, Manufar
tute.l in New York, and the Eastern ftafa, which
We s"ll at very 'ow Pric.os. A lot of cheiiii Skirts
15 -prii!Cs.h5ceiits ; 20 sprins. SI 0035 springs.
51 15 Ho -1. lines, ? I 25 and 40 springs SI 50.
ZT irt- made to d.T nnd Repaired.
n y Terms Rash. Ons Price Oslv 1
March 7. 1-4'ili. 4mos,
uilUSkl HOW LOST, HOW RF.STOHF.P.
Ju published, a new edition of DR. CULVER
WELL'S Celebrated Essy on the Kadicai. cubk
(without medicin-) of Spkrmatorriioi." or seminal
Weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impoteki v.
ri t.-il and Phjsical Incapacity. . in pod imeiits to
Marnase, tc. ; als Consu.mp rtos. Epilepsy, and
Fits. m.luc"d by self-indulgence or sexual extrava
gance, . Price, in a sealed envelope, only C cnnt.
The celebrated author in this admir-ble essay
rl. arly demou tates. fioin a thirty year's success
ful pra.-lice. that tin- alarmi ng coiiseqiienci-s of ! f
abuse mav be radically cured w ithout the danger
oe use til internal medicine or the application r.f
the kmfj pointi ns out a mode of cure al once sim
ple, certain, and elf. dual, by menus of which every
sutf-r'T, no matter what his condition tin be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
r This Lecture should be in iliu nanus 't every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal in a plant envelop", to any ad
dr"s. post paid, on receipt of sx cents, or l-.vo
posing? stamps. Address the publishers,
I'll AS. J. C. KLINE t CO.
177 Bowery, New York, Post Office box 4,5V-0.
Varr. b 14, li-tn ly.
I.'STtCES of the Peace and ether persons having
in th-ir han Is for coiie, tion any cla.ois. ut any
money, cl Ilecti d tor or on arco'l t of claims ate of
John F. Frank, now a-sii'iied t' Thomas Sf lleren
ileen, are herel.y noliliod to make rjttleuienl and im
mediate pa liiel.t, to
JOHN G, FREEZE,
Attorney fr Assignee,
rioomsbiir?, .March 2i, icl.ti.
Estate cf Jnci Scfiicepprnhriscr late of
Alijjl n twp. dee'd. I
LETTERS te-taraentary on tlie E- j
tateof Jacob Schwrppenheisrr. late cf Miffiin j
tow nship have been grated by the Register and Re
corder, to Abraham S h w cppeiiheise r and Iaac I
Schwrppenheiser. of Mifflin towiirhip. All persons
kiuiwiui: theinse Ives indebted to sai I estate are re- 1
luested to make immedia'e navmeiit. and t!iose hav- I
tni: claims w ill pr sent th-m duly authenticated for
r.RAH AM PIT! WEPPEXII EI3ER,
ISAAC SCllWEl'l ENHEIEK.
Mmch 21, l.-Lli.-bw, Executors,
aV ll W SKIRT IOR 1 SCG
The Great Invemion of the Age in
II OOP SKIRTS.
J. V BRADLEY'S New Patect DITLFX EI.LEPTIC
'or double) tl'UlN'J M-Cilil'.
THIS IV VENT I' N consists cf D iflei (or two) F.
liptic I'ure It- fined Steel Springs, ingeniously Braided
'I itfhtly and Firmly together. ed2e to ed-e, making
the TouiMicst. most Flexible. Elastic and durab e
Sprinsr ever used. They seldom bi n. I or break, like
the S?iiEle Springs and conse.pieiit ly preserve tin ir
perfect and heautiful shape more than twice as long
as any Single Spring Skirt that ever Has or Can be
'J IIE wonderful flexibility andgreat comfort nnd
j.l-a-ure to any Lady wearmirlhe D.ipiex Eiiiti' Ssirt
w ill be experienced i rti-'iil arl y in all crowded As
reinMies. tiperas. Carriascs, Katlr.m.l t'Hrs. Church
I'm?, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress,
as the Skitt can be folded w hen in use to occupy a
small place as easily and conveniently as a S.lk or
A La. ly havine Enjoyed th? Pleasure, Comfort ami
Great Convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic
Steel Spring Skirt for a singl- day will Never afler
w ar.'s willini'ly dispense with th-ir use. For Chil
dren. Misses and oting Ladies liny are superior to
THE HOOPS are covered with 2 ply double twisted
thiead and will wear t ice as Ion as the Single jarit
envring which is used on all Single Sfel Hoop Skirts
'!'!! llnee bottom rods on every Skirt are also Double
Steel. and tw ice or do.ibli: covered to prevent the cov
ering from w uriug off the rods when dragging down
stairs, stone steps, etc , elc.w hich they are constant
ly subject w hen in use.
All are made of the new and elegant Corded Tapes,
and are the best quality in "very pari, givine t. the
wearer the mo-t graceful an 1 perfect shape. possible,
and nre unquestionably the lishle.t. most desirable,
comf.irt.ible a nd economical Skirt ever made,
WESTS BRADLEY GARY. I'ROPR t STORS of
the Invention, and SOLE M A Xt FAC'l Lit I US, '.'7
I II AMBLKS, and "J Sc. fl REa DE STltbE 1 S, New
Y'oik. FOR SALE in ah first rtas Ptoies in this City, and
throughout Ihe rmt.'d S'.ates au.l C.ianaila.Ilivana d.!
Cuba. M .xieo, South America, and theWest In. lies
luquite lr the Duplex Elliptic (or double)
March 21, 1-l.d. 3m, A tC,
ATTOK.VEY - AT - EAW,
HLOOMSBURG, Pa. "
OJJi -e opposite To-f rfftce, over Ilartman a itvre
Back I'ay, iounty, Pensions and Gov
frnmcnt claims promptly collecltd.
Biaoinsburg. Apr. 4. 'fid
TO XSECKmTH. Ii-
luminous, t'oai, for Smithing purposes, of good
quality, for sale Ly
rAXTON At HARM AN,
April 11. C6, tm.
f O V E Y A X C I N G. neatly an 1 promptly done, by
Montour and Colorada
CAPITAL STOCK,0- - - - $500,000.
100, 000 SliaresPar Value $5,
Hoa. W. II. JACOBY, I'res't,
Of Bloemsbiirg, Pa.
D. 31. SWARH, Vicc-l'rej't.
rm. II. SUisTZBACH, Sec'j.
Wm. CLn:, Geu. Director, Colorado,
Hon. VV. II. Jacoby, Bloo m-biirg Pa.
S. J. Hrf. arlv, DanTi Ik, Pa.
J. II. Campbell, " t'
K. Kiehl. Philadelphia, P.
H. L SrLTBcn, u
John WoonsiDE, "
7 his Company is oranixed under a aperinl Char,
ter of the Stole ot Petinsv 'vaiua. owning one thou
sand feet on the Barker lde. aud two hundred on the
Iturecu 'oiinty lode, either of them within hatla
mile of central City. Gi pin County, Colorad.i. The
property on the Barker loda consist, of the discov
ery claim, two hundred feet, and eight claims ad
joining on the east of one hundred feet each, making I
one thousand consecutive t.rct. I ins iouu is woraeu
for three thousand feet in leneth. on every claim
the ave'aee width of the vein or crevice is seven
l"';et. This lode will average in ri- hness with any in
I the Territory. The Bureau County lode cotisfsls of
the disrovi ry claim, of one hundred feet, according
to the laws of Ici.3. and No. 1, ea t from discovery.
Thin lode shows a crevice, as far as worked, of fotrr
feet. Th e last quarts, crushed from it ill a stamp
mill, yielded one hundred and sixty dollars a cord.
In connection wiiti the Barker lode, is an eighteen
siaiiiu mill, with power and capacity to crush from
twelve to fifteen cords a week-. The orefiomthe
Barker lode can be in ined, hauled and rruslied at
the mill at t he rate or forty five d dlars a cord. 'I he
ore. If selected, will yunl from one-h'iil dred-and-fifty
to two hundred dollars nn.l upwards, per cord.
As the hropeity has all tint improvements iiec.eg-
sary for the workinj; f the several lodes, the first
i dividend will be paid in the ensuing July, and regu
i ITTly thereafter, at frinii lour to live per cent, quar
; terly, ia coin, unless in case of unavoidable acci
! There are no snlirred officers except the Sccrc.
i tar ; and the Treasurer will be required to eive nui
' pie security for the faithful performance of his trust,
j '1 here is only a limited amo int of slock lor sal at
the price of $5 per share, which can be obtained at
! the nthce of the Company, where Certificates will be
issued and all information given
Office, Ao. 2G .Merchants' Exchangr-,
Marc!) M, li-CG,
dr. w. ii. wnmiOR,
AS been in successful practice for a number of
pital-i'i i;iirop ., al.-o a meinher of Ihe. Anaiyical
Medical Institute of New V rk. ronti lues to attend
' to all professional ca-es at his office No. i'ii Filbert
Street, Phil idi Ipbia.
' 2. No patent .Tjertiornes arc ued or recommended ;
the rennsdies ad ninistered are tho-e which will not
break rown the constitution.' but renovate the sy
tem from all injuries it has sustained fr nn mineral
medicines, an I leave the sycm in a beallhy and
perfectly ciir'd condition,
3. UYSPEPSI V that distressing disease and fell
destroyer of health and happine-s. undermining the
ron-1 ituti in in 1 yeaily carrying thnusands to un
timely craves, can mn, euipha.ically be cured.
4. Melancholy. A h her rati on. that slate ot Allna
tion arid weakness of Ihe mind which renders per -Fun,
incapai.le ,t enjoying the pleasures or perform
iiiL' the duties of life,
! 5, RH EC vt ATI vl, in any form cr condilion.rhrnn
ia or acute, warranted curable.
0, EPILEJ'SV. or falling sickness, atl chronic or
stuf boru case of
F i: M A I. KM S A S IS S
radica'Iy removed ; ?a"t Rl.eum and every descrip
tion of ulcerations : Piles and scrofulous diseases
w hich have ha tiled all previous medical skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all diseases,
(yes Cosl'mption; can be cured by wearing my Medi
cated Jacket, which is a protection to the lungs
1 against all chnpes of weather in all eliitmtess hav
ioL' investigated for year the cause and character ot
intermittent' (fever and ague) in nil parts of the
United States. w j II cure perman. (it I y all chronic or
acute cases of ague and nervous pisea.es in a few
C .nicer Cured without thc knife or Drawln;
Tape Worm, that dread to the Ilemnn Family for
years, can te removed wiih two or Muee aoses of
my in w ly dii-covt red remedy, warranted in all cus.'s,
l niisiillation iu the English and Gerunm Languages
free of charge Will make visits any distance, if
desired May headdress by letter (confidential! v.)
and Metticme sent with proper directions lobny
part ot lb ; count r v.
OFFICE-?' o, 02i FiltwrtSt. Phili.
r MEXICO ! MEXICO!-
KEPCBLIC OF 3ILXIC0.
Twenty-near Covpm Honda in Sums
o'50, 500, a til $1,000.
Interest Sev n Per ( tut., Payable in
Tltc fiiy of ew Yrk.
Trincipa' and inf-rest Payable iu GOLD. 510. "01
lino to f- sol.' at Sixty Cents an the Dollar i i U. S
Currency, thus tieiding an interest ofl'wylve p?
cent, .n Gold, or .'". vent- en p-r rent, in Currency, a
the present rate of preini'iiii oil gold.
The first yeur's ir.lt rJ.,t already provided.
The mcst .'oh aLle Inves'ment tvci Ojfetel.
Immense trarts of Mrnjrg an I Arirnltural lands ;
sixty per cent of port dues, i ope-is add t'ixe, in
the States o: Tnmaulip is end S.m Luis Potosi ; and
the plii'lued faithn f the said State-' and the Gencjal
Government ar1' nil pledg-d for the redemption of
lliec Bonds and payineiilof int.; est.
The Sfcurilv is
9 lo in l s. Currency vill buy a i per cent Gold
P.oli.l Cl ' ill.
50 1 i.i C S. Currency will buy a per cent. Gold I
L.i'i oi mil .
53.W iu L" . S; Currency w il 1 buy a 7 per rent Gold
Bond of S.i"0.
i.no in I . S. Currency w ill buy a 7 per cent. Gold
l'.oi,d of g Kind.
Let tvery lover of Republican Institutions buy at
.E HOA I).
Circulars forwarded and subscripli ns receiv vl by
JilHX W. -OULIES cV Co.
nnd J. JJ.TIFIT. Finanrial AsHit
of tin R'puli'i: f f.-xico.57. I'.raiwn ,X;w Vo k
H '7 Sub-criiiiotis alsi received by B..ns aud,
Bankers g.-u.-raliy turougli jut the United St.,tjs.
N n v . S , 1-05.
I S s G
A I It
This irreat line traverses the Northern an I North
west counties of Pennsylvania to lite city of Erie, on
It has lieen leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and is operated by them.
TIME Of PASSENCfcR 1 RAINS AT NORTIIC M BKR L A S D.
AAL LAST WARD.
Erie Vail Trail. II 25 P. M
Erie Express Train, 3 45 A M
Lluiira Mail Train. JO 25 A jv
Erie Mail Train. 5 00 A M
Erie Express I rain. 7 14 P M
Elmiru Mail 't rain, 4 35 P M
Passvnzers Cars run through on the Erie Mail and
Express Trains w ithoul cuanui both ways between
Philadelphia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at'.Ukl P.M. ai rive atErieO. 15 A.M.
Leave Erie nt 1.55 P.M. arrive at New Vork3,4o I'M.
E'ecanl Sleeping Cars on all Ni-ht Trains.
For information respecting Passenger business, ap
ply at tlie Cor. 3i!lh and Market St. Philadelphia ', .
Ami f'r Freight business of the Company's Aleuts
S. ii. Kingston, Jr.. C'or.l3th and Market Sis., Phii'a.
J. W. Reynolds. Eri;.
Will jam 'tlrown. Asent N. C. R: R., Baltimore.
II. II. Houston, G-'ii'l. Freight Act . Philadelphia,
11. W. liwiiiner. Gen'l. Ticket Act. Philadelphia.
A. L. TYLER. Gen'l. Sup't. Williamsport.
March 21, l-'.i.
riMIE undersirne.l will sell cheap for cash quite a
L lot ot teconti handed I'miting materials, consist
ing of the follow ing articles :
One Wa!!iiiiston Pres,
(Platen, 2."iX3r) 1 Larje Composing Stone, (.good a
new) Stands, tans. Gallics, Ate. Ate.
The Press doc g.evl work, a ill can b' hi I cheap
as we have uo use fur it.
, JACOBY At IKELER.
Bloomshu';. March 14. IcGO.
CHAS. G. BTARKLE Y,
Attorney at Eavr.
BL003ISCLUG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
ILL practice in the several Conrtnf Colirmbia
eaie shall recei ve prompt alien lion.
Office -On VI am .Mreel, liXchanse Buildings, over
MY HAPPY HOME.
TIIE OLD HOMESTEAD
Wild Cherry Bitters
Are perfectly pure and contain no poison or box
loin substance. They re compounded upon scien
tific principles, and are adapted to the old and the
Yoiine, the Strong and the Weak, and are destined
to be found in every city, town and hamlet ia the
civilized world. They speedily cure
Jaundice, Dyxprpaia, all form$ cf In
digestion, Sour Stomach, Minima
turn, Scrn'vla, and all
IMPURITIES OP THE BLOOD,
Dropsy, Nervous Affections. Kidney Diseases, Liv
er Complaints. General Prostraliou.and Ner.
At a Morning Appetizer no other Tonic orRtimU
la nt m the universe run equal them. For disorder
ed digest,n. imperfect circulation of the blood, and
eshausted vital energy they give permanent ard
prompt relief. e "
For C,,ehs and Cotds they are strperJor to any
,Mf7o i?"1,1' ThJf l-anae the stomach and
,' .y : bc'J,d- nc""B ly upon the Liver, tbe
.'.d ":.ehVv,f..:',:a"e : ,Uey oo,, u iounj
and nnr-r'""f ,'d'M,tnrr ''elicate Females
?il ? ' n''"lt"'". d those who feel a loss of
strength, o, a want of ambiooii. these bittera will
;i;'"ntJ":Ull',leTala"- "e trial will t7a-
Manufactured and sold by
T. B, BLINOFREAND tCO..
and sold by all Druggists and' Merchants gener'av'
1. W. BOBBINS, Agent.
u i'-wi Rloomsburg, ra.
March 2,lrCfl, 3m
PHILLIPS PITER PHtiSPflATE LI VIE. Seymours
Patent Gr.nn and Piiosphata Drill, UurueUs Re
volving Hay RaXcs and Hand Hnket for sale by
I'AJCTON Sl I1ARMO.V,
" We claim for Philips Super Phosphate that it con
tain, less mm sin re .is more uniform in quality, con
tains none agricultural value, than any other in the
murk, i, und introduce the article to farmers iu gen
eral as a (tuple and standard aiticle inteiidinj to
make it a permanent trade.
PAXTON & HARMON.
April 4, 1?0G.
S90A Agents wanted
t for sir entire!; new artit'', just out. Ad
dress O. T. GAREY. City Buildinft Bedford. Maine.
Dec. 23, 1H;5. ly.
Estate of Andrew Solomon late of Frank
Un twp., deed.
"jV'otice is hereby rjiven.that Letters of
1 1 A dininitratii n on the estate of Andrew Solomon
late of Fruiinliii low nship. Col. co, dee'd, have bee
g-antedhy the Recirter of Columbia e.ninty. to the un -riersiened
; all persons having claims or demands
again t the estate of the aid decedent are requested
l.i present them t tlie A-durinrslrator, residing in said
township, without delay, and all persons indebted
o make payment forthwith.
LEWIS YETTER, Adm'r.
Bloorntburg. Aptil 4. ItifiG (.t
Estate of Peter Belong, lute of Centre
rET TER3 of Administration on the estate ofPeter
-J Delong. lateof Centre togb)p, Columbia CO.,
deceased, have bee i g ranted by Register of Colum
bia county, to tbe undersitrned ; all persons having
claims asainst the estate of tlie decedent are re
quested to present them for settlement, and those
indented to tiirj estate will make immediate payment
to the Adiuiuiatralor.
HENRY DELONG, Adm'r.
March, 7, I8GC Gwr fjj '
S. H. DE WOLF,
No. 202 North Second Sl ,
One door above Race ?treet,v
Z7" Clothing made to order at the shortest notice
March 2. 1-Cii.
FAIS.TInl PRIVATE SALE.
rpHE subscriber off rs at Private Pale, a Farm sit
I tinted in O'anne Tw p.. Col. co. Pa. li miles from
Rohrsburg and 3 from raiigeville, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND SIX ACRES,
Sixty r.f which is cleared and well improved, the
balance is well timbered. There are on the preuiMtes'
commodioas new buildings a good orchard and a
large young apple aud peach orchard, of six yars
growth, beginning to bear.
Orange twp. Marh ISfiO
Estate of Elj ih Kline, Int e of Ben fori
Tvic a ship deceased.
NOTICE is hereby siven that the undersignee" ap
pointed aa Auditor to distrii ute the bafnnee in
the hands of Josiah Kline adminirtratnr of Elijah
Kline, late of B.-ntoii township dee'd , to and among
l ae creditors in the rates and proportions allowed
bylaw, wj sit at the Recorder's olfiee in Blooins
burg. en FKIIiAY. APKIL 2o h. at I" o'clock A.M.
f r the purpose of performing the dulios of bis a p
poinimeiit All persons having any claim, against said estate
nre hereby notified to present the same lo the audi
tor, or be foiever debarred from coming in on said
"""' JOHN G. FREEZE, Auditor,
March 2l.l-W.4iv 2 50.
Uerwick Gazette copy,
aTiTi I.ISTR ATO K'S .0TI C tT.
Estate o JAtx M. Yost, cf Locwl township,
LETTER? of Administration on the estate of John
M. Yost, lateof Locust twp., .fee d., have been
granted by the Register of Columbia-county, to tie
undersigned; all p rsons havina clrims a:air..t the
c-tate are requested to present them for settlement,
and all persons knowing themselves' indebted to
make payment forthwith.' HENRY YOST.
Locust twp., March 7. I?if. Adm'r.
AlKiixiif rater's lYoticc
Estate of J -ob Ii"pp, of Locust twp , dee'd.
I etters of Administration on the etato
of Jacob Rupp. late of Loctrst town.hip, Cr
linnbni county, dee'd have bpen granted by the Regis
ter of Columbia io.. to the undersiened.
All person having claims against tbe estate of th
d')celeiit ar-' requested to present them to th under
signed, without delay, and all persons iudtb ed t
make p.iymem fortiiwilh.
Apr 4, 'Ct.-Ct S3. Adm'r.
Wit. C. HKNS7.EY,
GKO. W. CARItHTIt.
g. xr. crpe.ti:r, HEXSZEY & CO
737 Marskt Sr. one door below 8th, Philadelphia.
DRL'GS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINTS OILS. GLASS. V ARNISHES, DYES'.
An 1 every other article appertaining loth
business, of the best natality, and at the
lowetl Market Kales.
March 23, 1?G0.
Estate of William Ii. Welliver deed.
LETTERS ol Ailmioir-tration on tie
Estate of William B. Wel!iver, lale of Madison twp
Columbia county .dee'd, bivc been granted by the Reg
ister of Columbia co., to the undersigned.
All persons having clwrns against the estate of the
decedent, and all persosis indebted, are re-jested to
present them tn the A dsainiratMr, mi Sat iray, the
2 -tli day of April, ltiO, a Samuel Ruubey's Ilolel ia
THEODORE P. WELUVER. Adm'r.
March. 14, 'oti-owfj
nit WAIL 55
CHEAP FOR CASH !
TUr. largest Stock of well-made Tin Wars in the
Slate. constauily on band. Merchunt and Deal
ers are in v iled to give us a ra't before purchasing
elsewhrre, M ELLOY tc SMI I II.
721 Market St, between 7th and rth.
March 23, l?Cfl,-lm JCA.C
OMNI BUS LINE.
THE undersigned would respeclfally anncmnce to
the citizens of Blooroshurg, and Ihe public jen-
an O.MXIBUS LINE, be
tween tt.i l lace and me mi- ."LTjSrv:
ferent It il Uoad Depot, dai- Jy
contitct w ith the several Trains going South a West
on the Catawtssa and William. prt Bail Road, andc
w ith those ginf Worth and South on the Lack, At.
HisOMXIUt'r5-E3 are in good condition. souuno
dious and c.fnifortable, and cbari.es reasonable.
Zy Persons wisJaisg to meet er see tbeir friends
i aepari, can nti accomiiiuu iru, u(iwn munr um
j charges by leaving tiuiely notice at any of the Ho
JACOB L. GIRT0N,