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DEMOCRAT AND STAR.
, X.QCAL DEPARTMENT.
: Wednesday, June 6,1 866.
E3u We desire that all subscriptions to
the Stab or the Noam be immediately
settled. - W. H. Jacobt.
X3" Senator Buckalew arrived home on
Saturday evening last, to remain a few days.
XSX- Oar thanks are due Senators C. R.
Buckalxw and Eoqak Cowan for public
rJ Our drawer contains several valuable
ccanrnxmications, 'which "we mQ continue to
publish as space permits.
The soldiers of Cumberland, Cam
bra and Perry counties have held Conven
tions endorsing Johnson and Clymer.
Potatoes are unusually scarce in this
town consequently they have advanced to an
Iter. L. C. Shive, will preach a tem
perance sermon at the German Reformed
Church on next Sunday evening.
tSy See advertisement of "Wool Factory'.'
in this issue. Our young friend, Henry II.
Sands, is reliable and accommodating, and
knows how to do business.
XSy Those of our readers who desire to
purchase a town lot, or lots, or valuable busi
ness stands, will be careful to read, in this
issue, the advertisement of William Robi
C. B. Brockwat, Esq., and Dr.
P. II. Freeze, of this place, are absent from
their respective offices, on a fLshing excur
'eion, to return on or about the 13th init.
sr Read communications in another
column, signed "Boots for Stationery," "A
Working Man," and "A Jackson Demo
crat." XsrBoys spare the birds, their nest?,
their eggs, and their young ones. It is now
against the law to destroy them and those
who do, subject themselves to the penalty.
tSy We are indebted to the editor of the
"The only reply we have to make to our
up town co temporary is, 'Answer a fool ac
cording to his tolly.' "
The above denotes the civility, politeness,
kind treatment, and good breeding, of our
down town co temporary. Does it not?
In another department of this paper
it will be observed that we have been au
thorized to announce the names of several
persons for the office of "Associate Judge,"
two persons for "Register and Recorder,"
one person for County Commissioner.
iST" The late hall storm, of the 27th ult,
knocked about five hundred lights out of the
windows of the College buildings at Lewis
burg. We learn that in that vicinity, hail
fell to the size of a hen's egg, completely
stripping trees and branches of leaves, and
ruining the grain and garden truck.
. Something New. We have known of
the Sarsaparula extract being combined with
iodide potassium, but never until now with
iodide of lime. The superior advantages of
this combination, for humors, bad blood, etc. ,
are palpable to all. This valuable remedy,
Sarsaparilla with iodide of lime, we adver
tise to-day. -
. S We are glad to know that some eight
thousand dollars have been subscribed for
the ereetion of Seminary buildings in this
place ; and that a magnificent site, of two
acres of ground, has been very liberally of
fered. There will be another meeting of the
stockholders and trustees on next Thursday
evening, and we hope our citizens will go
there with a full determination to make it a
tSy We are glad that we are to have a
Town Hall in this place, and we hope that
the builders will make the safety and con
venience of the public their foremost consid
erations. We suggest, as their enterprise is ,
in an especial sense, publicaswell as private,
that they let their plans become known be
fore they are decided upon, so as to avail
themselves of suggestions from many sources
which would not otherwise be accessible to
tT Our local elections are opening with
interest, and promise a spirited campaign
lively times with the people and the politi
ciansonly to terminate at the October
Election. The Member of the H. of
R., by U3age of the District, this season
goes to Montour county, and we leave its ad
judication with her noble young Democracy.
The questions of Congress, Senator, Associ
ate Judge, etc, are already exciting consid
erable interest, and we can only hope, may
culminate in the choice of our best men and
most earnest Democrats to office, in the
County and District Com.
527 The road bridge over the Susquehan
na at Harrisburg, connecting with the Cum
berland shore, was partially destroyed by
fire on Friday night last. The bridge is di
vided by an island in or near the centre.
The half on the eastern side was entirely
consumed, together with the toll-house. The
cost to re-build the bridge lias been estima
ted at $70,000. The cause of the fire is not
known. It was first discovered on the south
side at the fourth gpan.
C-jAt present there appears to be but
little in the way of building a branch Railroad
from Rupert up little Fishingcreek via Mill
vl2 to connect with the Money Creek Rail
road. The route is- unobjectionable and all
that is needed is for the, citizens along the
line to put their shoulders to the wheel.
Let it, by all means, be done.
Leers? Year. It i3 said by some of the
cll : tir.!-aHtant3 that this is the year for
tLe gcuenj appearance of the" locusts, and
wc Lave so-ne evidences that their predictions
are true In di rrfng a small piece of ground
a few days sinee, under an old plum tree, we
tr rrtLnd abest SCO cf these unwelcome
tL - v TLcy have awhitish-brown appear
l.C2, l :t vers extremely lively, and were
to liicir exit Irora noiher
E3 .June brings us warm ' and growing
weather, and with the late showers, has a
vivifying effect upon the grass and grain
JEs?" The Poor House question was voted
on yesterday, and from what we have been
able to learn, nearly all the townships went
aeainst it If the returns don't come in
right we presume the Commissioners will
2y Dr. Darrin is at the Exchange Hotel,
Bloomsburg,astonishing a constant throng of
patient3 by the rapidity with which he re
lieves them of their aches, pains and disa
bilities. He remains with us until June 10,
then he goes to Sunbury, at Weaver's Hotel,
until June 17, at United States Hotel, Mil
ton, from June 17, to 23d. We have not
space this week to print the certificates of
Martin Dailey, of Danville, who was troubled
with a pain in his breast and sides, shortness
of breath, Sec, cured with one treatment of
five minutes; of Harmon Snyder s little girl
cured of deafness of six years standingliv
ing in Rush township, Northumberland
county ; of Mrs. M. Preston, of Danville,
who had been afflicted with rheumatism for
the past ten years and who had to be helped
up stairs. She was cured entirely with two
treatments. Besides many others who have
been similarly afflicted and treated with
great success. We advise the afflicted to
Oar readers will peruse, with interest,
in this issue, the charge of Hon. Win. El well,
in the case of the Commonwealth vs. Thos.
J. Ingham, et ah, in reference to the Act of
Congress March 3, 1805, disfranchising de
serters. It will be seen that this is the second
ca.se in which Judge Elwell has been requir
ed to administer justice in reference to this
law. And it will also be noticed, that with
great propriety, impartiality, care and caution,
he has placed himself, in its investigation
and interpretation, firmly upon the record,
a3 a wise and learned Judge. All who" have
a proper respect for law, liberty, and right,
wUl point with pride to this well settled, and
as we think, impregnable determination of
the case. His consideration of the question
goes to show that he seriously attends, not
only to the public confidence restored in him,
but to all the requirements of the law.
JteST" Who has an idea of abandoning the
principles of the Democratic party and joining
hands with a little clique of men throughout
the State calling themselves Johnson Men ?
It w all nonsense to think of such thing1. This
might do for filly old women to talk about,
but it will never do for Democrats to indulge
any sifch thought. The Democratic party
has maintained its principles too long for
any one man or set of vien to undertake, with
a reasonable expectation of succeeding, to
sell it out at this late day. Our party is
stronger and purer to-day than it has been
for many years. It has become completely
"boiled down" and "worked off" iitthe past
few years. Any party that could live, main
tain itself intactin passing safuly through such
a hell a3 the Democratic party have passed
through during the ra-t four years, must
and can't help but triumph. Thoir princi
ples are right, and will yet guide the people
to the old Deniociatic landmarks, and rescue
the affaire of Government from out the
hands of designedly wicked and corrupt men.
3- The Editor' of tho Canfidd, Ohio,
lie it ild, says:
"Wheaton's Ircn Ointment. It ha3
been said that to 'get the itch is no disgrace,
but it U disgraceful to keep it. ' No one need
have the itch forty-eight hours if they will
use 'Wheaton's Ointment,' for it is a sure
cure I We saw it tried on the persons of sev
eral children and adults a few weeks since,
and the itching at once ceased, and in two
days not an eruption was visible. It is effect
ual in removing pimples, blotches, and es
pecially old sores. We used the Ointment
on one of our own children, and the effect
was magical. The itch, which has been so
prevalent about here, has not yielded to the
usual remedies for this complaint, and we are
glad that a remedy has been discovered that
is so effectual and yet so cheap. Read the
WWEAT.per bushel. 3 00
BY K. " 1 33
cor v. i no
BUCKWHEAT. 1 00
FLOUR per bbl. J4 IW
CI.OVERF.ED, 5 50
FLAX eREf 3 00
BUCKWHEAT Flour. 500
by th ton.
LARD, per lb.
In Montour township, on the3Iit nit., at the resi
dence of the bride' father, bjr Rev, J. R, Dhnni , At
best F. Voir, to Loma R Ibwixc.
At Berwick, on the 31st ult.. by Rev. W. B, Fox.
Mr. John C. Rimwicx, and Miss Mattis A. Lee, both
of Blnouishurg, Pa
On the xTth of May, 1886. tv W. II. Reinhold. Esq.
vl r Daniel Fetterroan. aud Min Elizabeth Miller,
both of Locust township, Columbia co miy.
In Money, on the 17th nit., by Rev. E. A. Hharettr,
MrCharles Revenolt. of I imetone township, and
Miia Clara Seidel. of Washmgtonville, Montour co.
At Hoghesville, on the tame day, by the name. Mr.
J. Kiunry Kiehel. and Miss Martba A., daughter of
James Laird. Esq.. of Lycoming county, Pa.
On the 24th ult , at Iota, by tbe Rev. B. P- King,
Mr . A Barclay Monroe, of Liverpool. Perry co., aud
Miaa C. Emma Lefictt, of lola.
On the iima day. by the tame, in Bnekborn. Mr.
Cyrai Gruber and Mi Rachel L. McMichael, both
of the above named place.
At the M. E. Parsonage, at (bit place, on tbe 3tb
ull., by Rev. R. E. Wilson Nathan J. Hess f Benton,
and ilary A. Bisbline, of Oranjeville.
At this place on the 23rd ult Ellie Boone, daugh
ter of Samuel V. and Nacey D. Boone, aged 3 years.
3 month, end 14 da V.
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
Ladies and gentlemen, if you wish to marry, ad
dress the ondersined, who will send you. without
moer and without price, valuable inlormtma i that
will enable you to marry happily. Irrespective of age,
wealth or beauty. This infi.rmaUon will eot yea
nothing, and if you wish to marry. I will ebeerfuly
ait you. All letters strictly confldential. The de
sired information seat by return wail. and no reward
aeaed. Address BARAH B. LAMBERT.
Grecnp Kings Co., New Yoi k.
June 6, 1 80S. 3.n.
Estate of George Ptil, late of Orangetoicn
LETTERS of administration on the estate of Geo
ffeil, late of Orange townstip. Columbia county,
have been granted, by the Register of said county, to
tfamuel fcverett, whi resides in OrBoteville. towng
ship and county aforesaid. All persons bavin
claims against the estate of the decedent are requfS
tep to present teem to the administrator for settle -meat,
and those indebted to the estate will mate
immediate payment t
F 7 . SAMUEL EVERETT, Aim'r.
Orange twp. Jane Ig66. r
ircn ! ITCH ! ITCH !
SCRATCH! SCRATCH! SCRATCH !
mil Cere Tb Itc& la IS Conrs.
Also enres SALT RHEUM. L'LCEP?. CHIL
BLA1XS. and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKI X. rtee
sa cents. For sale by all Drofsists- By sending 60
cents to WEISS St POTTERJIe Agents. 170 Wash
i nrton street, Boston, n will bo forwarded by mail,
fxee of posta-e, to any part of lUs United Stales.
Jane ft. Uc. ly. '
I '- -:-P'lir ' ' " " h'm TmTi ii r-'iTrTiriir -A-s--'-
Notice in Partition.
In tJu matter of the Estate of Fr&hriiJi
Hess, late of Suffnri'oqf toicnsfit'p, Colum
bia county, deceased :
To Jeremiah Hes. Tbotcas n. Aa He. Am..
da Kline. Frederick Hesn, Lucy Ann Baall. Maria,
8arah ,ad Belinda Hesn.wltohaTjfdr th -IrUusrdlin
Davie Lewis, Hannah Headerahot, Catharine Brisk,
Sarah Lewis, Elisabeth Hess, and Mary Hess, heirs
and legal representatives of Frederick Hess, deceiv
ed Yon and each of you will cake notice that an induct
will beheld at the late dwelling bouse of Frederick
Hers, deceased, in tbe totiahip of Sugar) oaf. county
of Colombia, on WEDNESDAY, TUB I1TH DAY of
JULt, lrttt. between hour of o'clock; A. M , and 4
o'clock P. M of oaid dav.i'or the pu'pose of making
partition of the real estate of the aaid deceased to
and among his children and legal represent uives if
tha same can be done witliont prejudice to or spoil
ing the whole, otherwise to value and appraise tbe
same according to law, al whic i time and place you
am required to attend if you think pmpr.
SAMUEL SNYDER, Aerf.
June 6, 188.- dw.
THE Mason t HamUa Cabinet Organs, forty di f
fereat styles, adapted to aacred and secular musicfltr
RjOtoStiOO each. FIFTY ONE COLD or SILVER
MEDALS, or other first premiums, awarded them.
IUustrated Ca alogues froe, Addre-a, MASOM fc.
HAMLIN. Doston, or MA SOX BROTUERS, Naw
Jan.e, 18BC Sep. a. "65. Iy. 8.M.P.
to" drunkards. "
A reformed inebriate woald bo nappy to communi
cate (free of charge) to as many of his fellow-bein:a
a will address him. very important and useful iu
formation, and plaee In thoir hands a sure cure ftr
the love of Strong Drink of aay kind. Thi Infor
mation is freely ottered by one whohaa narrowly es
caped a drunkard's grave. Address,
No. 9 Broad 8treet, New York.
March 83, 18C. 3m . '
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous
Debility.Premature Decay .and all the effects of youth
ful Indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering hu
manity, aend free to all who need it, the recipe and
directions for malting tbe atmple remedy by which h
waa cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the adver.
User's experience, can do ao by addressing
JOHN B. UGDEV.
No. 13 Chambers New-York.
Feb. 88 18Ca. ly. S.M.P.
STRANGE BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in tbe United
Slates can hear something very much to their advan
tage by remrn mall (free of charge.) by addressing the
undersigned. Those having fee's of being humbugg
ed will oblige by not noticing this card. All others
will please addreas their obedient servant,
TH03. F CHAPMAN.
831 Broadway, New York.
Fib. 23, 18f8-ly.S MP
And Catarrh, treated with the utmost success, by J.
ISAACS, M. D.. Oculist and Anrist (formerly of Ley.
den, Holland.) No. 519 P1NB Stitet. PHILAD'A
Testimonials, from the moat reliable aouroea in the
City and Country can be seen at bis office. Tbe med
ical faculty are invited to areompany their patients,
as he has no secrets in his piactice ARTIFICIAL
EYES, inserted without pais. No charge lor cxaw
iPution. f APril u 1806. ly,
A Clergyman, while res'iding in South Americans
a missionary, discovered a safe and simple remedy
for the Cure of Norvous Weakness, Early Decay,
Diseases cf the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and
tbe whole trait of disorders brought on by baneful
and vicious habits. Great numbers have been al
ready cured by this noblo remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit the afflicted and uofortnnate, I will
send tbe recipe for preparing and using this medi
cine, in a sea'ed envelope, to any one who needs it
Faaa or Chakoi.
e?leaie inclose a post-paid en velope, addressed to
yourself. Address. JOSEPH T. IN' MAN.
St.twm D. Bibli IIousi, New-York City.
Marih 7. lrt;o,-3rao,
AW EXTENSIVE SALE AND DISTRIBUTION
or Fianos. Melediana, 3oid and Silver Ware,
is now going on at the salesroom of REED Ac HitO.,
34t.ibeny Street. N.Y. These goods are sold at
'I WO DOLLAR? EACf , Reraruless of Value. Bnd
TWKSTV-f IVE Cents for one numbered Notice, or
ONE DOLLAR for BIX. TUe number of each No
tice corresponds with the number oil renin art cle of
goods, which wilt be sent on recei pt of i Tbe
money will be refunded if the goods ilo not give sat
itfartiun. Atnt make TKSi r Y-KI v E DOLLARS
PER W EEK. Send for a Circular,
Office: P. O. BOX . 51V.
34 Liberty St. NEV7 YORK.
May 9, 166: 3m.
TO Co!rtrTATivBs. The adeeriUer having been
restored to health in a few v.eck by a very sim
ple remedy .after having suffered several years, with a
eveap lung affection, and that dread disease. Con-sumptiou-is
anxious to make known to his fallow
sufferers the means of cure
To all who desire it.he w ill send a copy of the pre
scription used.ffree ol Charge. with the directions for
preparing and using the saino, which they will And a
scan ccai for Consumption, Atbmy, Broncbitis.Calds
Coughs- etc. Tbe out) objnet of the advertiser In
ending the rresciiption is to benefit tbe afflicts J, and
spre ,d information which hecmreives to be invaluable
nd he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it
will cost them nothing, and may prove a les-ing.
Parlies wishing the prescription, free, by return
mail, will please address Rev. E. A. WILSON,
YVillUmibnrg Kings County
Tek. 29, 16CC. ly. 8.M. P. fcew-York.
rphe Groreteen Piano Forte
1 still retains its precedence and great popularity,
aul after undergoing gradual improvements for a pe
riod pf thirty years. is now pronoiin Hid by tbe musical
world to be unsurpassed an1 ven unequalled in rich
ness,volume and purity of tone, durability and cheapness-
Our new scale, Erench action. barp pedal, iron
frame, over-strung bass, seven octavo rosewood pi
anos we sre selling cheaper ny from 1 100 to 2o0
than the same st)le and finish are sold by any other
first-class makers in the country. Dialers and ll in
want of good pianos are inviMd to send for our De
scriptive Catalogue, which contains photographs of
our different styles, together with prices No one
s hould pr haee a piano wi.hout seeing this ( eta
logue Medssl almost without number, have been
awardod to the Orovesteen flnno, and the Celebrated
World's t air. though put in competition with others
from all parts of Europe and the U tJ.. it look the
f Established 1S35 Crovestsen Co.,
L 49 BROAD W AY, NEW YORK.
July 29. 18J5 . H. U. ft. Jt Co.
ALL MAY MARRY H ArllLY, irrespective Of
t wealth, age. or beauty ; nnd the love of the op
oosite sex can be sained br tellowlng simple rule.
Wend a directed envelope and st.iibp to Madams LU
CILLE DEMARRE, Station D, Bible Street, New
THE GLORY OF" MAN 18 STRENGTH. A gentle
man who suffVred for years from Nervous and
Geniial Debility, Nightly Emissions, and Seminal
Weakness, the result of youthful indiscretion, and
came near ending his days in hopeless misery, wll,
for the sake of suffering man, senJ to any one afflict
ed, the simple mcsbs ued by him, which effected a
cure in a few weeks after thu failure ef numerous
medicines. Send a directed envelope and stamp and
it will cost you nothing Address.
EDGAR TEEMA1N, J'-fclb SuN.Y. City.
LOVELY GIRLS AND FESTIVE BOYS, send an
addressed envelope and 21 eents.and I will send
you some valaabl informatlcn that will plxsse you.
Address MARY MOORE, Wl Broadway, N. V.
May 10, 186ft ly.
1nE WORLD'S OPINION OF IIOSTETTER'S
Touching the Bitters, this grand fact is clear.
Their fume fills all tbe Wi-ntern Hemisphere,
Known in all lauds, wasbod by its oceans twain,
Health, hope and vigor follow in their train,
IIOSTETTER'S BITTERS sliare tbe common fate
Of all things good I tupostors imitate,
nf these beware discreetly use your eyes
From bom st h uses purcha ie your supplies.
THE GOVERNMENT INWOR3I MENT.
In order to guard agaiust dangerous impositions,
the public are requested to take eepeeial ute of the
beautiful engraved proprietary siamp.iomiigii woicn
the Government of the United Plates officially au
thenticates every bottle of IIOSTETTER'S BITTER.
'I bis shield, thrown by the Government over the
pioprietors and the public for Ibeir joint protection,
is placed conspicuously across the cork and over the
neck of each bottle, and cannot (ail to strike tbe eye
of the most casaal observer. Nothing that purports
to be Hosteller's Bitters can Im genuine unless the
tamp is titer. .
It is also proper to state that tbe Bitter are sold
exclusively in glase. and never under any circum
stance by the gallon) or th barrel. Importers a sd
imitators are abroad .and U only safeguard tbe pub
lie has against them is to see that the Bitters they
buy bear the engraved label and not of band of
Messrs. Boctetter If Smith, and stamp above men
tioned. May 16, lm,
qOAA laariTm Agents wanted
rr"Vforte tnlintf rtk'-s. Just out. Ad
drees O. T. 6AREY. Vny Buildis Bedford. Maine,
IMC 83. loto.-Jy. -
T I3T OP DEALERS
j OF COLUMBIA COUNTY,
For the year thousand eiia huedred and
vixty-aix, of Goods. Wares, Merchandise, Distiller.
Brewer. Restaurant and Elating iowi Keeper,
within the County of Columbia, lettimed sad clasei.
fled in accordance with ttw awveral acts of Assem
bly, avibe Appraiser of Menaauta Tax of said
fAllilBL tA nil
Venders. TtC)& Class.
Blonmshnre Iron Co. Bloom
O A Jacoby
Jacob Jllets o
F.y?r & M.-yer
J R .Wyer do
I. T Sharpies d
E P Lou
K VV Elwell
F Bebb o
J M Rupert d
HCktW Uertntan do
MrKelvy Nal & O do
I) A Beckl-y lo
Joseph SharpleS do
Peter Billmeyer do
A J Sloan do
P John o
S H JTiller
II H.llunsberger o
J K Ryei do
SO Shive do
Amo Krum do
J J Rot.hius do
J K Girtou do
A J Evans do
C C Marr do
A Hartuian do
R JMendenhall do
Henry Kleiiu do
A S lider 'o
Joseph Hendershot do
Lord Paxtoo do
fl tV Corrcll o
F I'o - do
Kliuelob at Walton Briarereek
John O Jacobv do
J Thomas Miller do
P M Trauga o
Wra Frees do
James JWSeesholts Berwick Bor.
CbKriea D Fowler d
Abraham Millt-r do
siller St Hughes do
J B Dorisnn do
laHR Bowers do
Bowman di Jackson do
Jackson &. Wooden do
F LShuman Beaver
Emanuel Froedmaa do
J J W Henry Benlou
H P EveriVl do
8 Heacock do
Ed Edson do
Cnnynghaaitwp 4 Bor of Centralis
Bhuman Ac Jlfillard do
I J 30
A H Former oo
J B Knitile Jt Gab t do
Willim Suyder do
D Cmn At Co do
Kestr Kerr Al Co do
Bedford 4c Tarry do
Person Wascr do
C Mendenhail 'o
John S'gliiiger do
Anderson It Rian do
G-o Huihaa at Son Catawlasa
8 D Reinard do
Win John do
J.ihn Sherplese do
J 8 Brubul do
MeXInch dt 8human do
V Rahn St Oo do
Creaay John do
DC et M E John do
J K Sharpies . do
Franklin Dolman do
Hamilton Fiahcr do
Jess nicks Centre
U II Fowler do
Fred Fry do
John Watts do
A Fet mcr do
Jacob Snoeal'tr do
Abraham Iiti'rich do
ftaui'l Dirtteritb do
E W M St U L Low do
O II Frene do
II Jt M Mcllenry Fishingcreek
U M Howell do
J C Runyan do
Bernard A mmcr nan dn
James N Jones
Wai.h l arr Franklin
J M Bote C men wood
I) & W Mat?rs
C W Eves dt Co
Bngart it Kn-nmt r
Schuyler St Black
sj o at W 11 ehoemakcr
W H Price
U J Camihi:l
I K Scliwi-ppanhciser
Creay 4c Browu
J II lietler
VV A brown
Jacob N PifT
P Margi ruin
Paxton c Harmon
Conner at Brother
J K Sands
HI nan at Millard
R W Bowman at Co
A U Stewart
H F Heigbard At Pro
C 8 Fowler
8 A Worinan
I et 1' Cr.veiing
tt W Crevelmg t Co
:8 Fowler Mill
H W Creasy Jt Co
Restaurants and Eenting Houses.
Jnl.n Chaaman Bor. Centralis. 7
Tbos O Conner
I nomas Garity
Stephen II or an
J F Calor
J W Hendershot
II M Hockman
J un Sheltds
John U Ronysn
VV m Orange
H J Clark
J B Kletler
Conner it Hio
J D Bice
I steal Muminey
Montour tJ p.
Oil miraani van mir fee I at crieved by the above
eisifiesii ncan have an opportunity of appealing
by calling upon the undersigned, at his oliice, m
Mainville. Pa., at any time up to the 15th dayof June,
and on the aaid 13th day of June A. D. lend, at the
Commissioner's OrHc ia Kloomsburg, after which
no appeal will be beard.
WILLIAM T. BHUMAN,
May 16, IS06.-41
a GENT8 WANTED FOR
THE LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF .
Gen. (Stonewall) Jackson,
By Prof. R. L. Dabney, D. D of Va.
The Sundard Biography o tbe immortal hero. The
only edition aiithorixed by bis widow. The author a
personal friend and Chief of Staff of tbe Christian
iSoldier. Carefully revised and corrected by General
R. B. Lee. We want an Agent in every county.
Send for cirentars and see our terms.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.
No 507 Minor Street, I biladelphia. Pa.
May 23, ifcod. 1m N P C
rZfli i'fcH YAlt! We w.i.t
tUUU aienin verv where lo ell
our Improved 820 Sewing Machines. Three new
Rinds, i;naer a iwc ...w
vears. Above salary or larxe commissions paid.
The ONUY macnines In tbe United States for less
than $10, whieo, are fully licensed by Howe.Wheel
i:r at Wi son. Grovr St Baker, Si nger St Co., and
Kachelder." All other cheap Machiaes are Infrmfe
loentsand the seller or user are liaWe to arrest, fine
and imprisonment. Circulars free. Address or rail
upon Shaw itClaik, Biddeford, Me., or Cbigigo 111.
December 20, leMly.
CHAS. Q. BARKLEY,
Atlorncj at Larr,
BL0031SBCRG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
WILL practice in the several Courts of Colombia
Coonty. All legal business latrurted to bis
tat shall recei prompt attention).
Ofte-On Main Mreet, Exchange Buildlnge. over
Bloomsbarg. April 13, 1384. -
nv a ttto t TOT X WTTtt f t
Of erj dflscripuoQ iot lt ib offiftf
Valuable Ileal Estate-
ia viurMiaiice of j order of the Orphane Court
Columbia county. Pa4n
SATUUDAY, TUE 9TII OP JUNE
xl, at 10 o'clock In th forewoow. Job Gordner it
Thomas Stackhoose, Kxecutora of Thomas Slack
house, late of Pine township, in eaid county, dec d,
will expose to sale, by public vendue, on the premi
se, a certain
TRACT OP LAND,
aituateTm Pine townahio, Columbia coonty, adjoin
tnc lands f 8ame Stackhouse and George Statk
hose, on the north ; Abraham Young and Robert
Rssel. n tne east Ksekiel Croasley and William
WcidvnhauHner, on the south and the County Line
0 the west ; containing
317 ACRES AND 150 PERCHES,
etrid eure, of whhh about one hundred berei ts
improved land ; there Is erected on the premises
ooe Story and half Dwelling Hort.se, two log Barn,
and an ap'e orchard ; late the estate of said de
cerned, situate la th township of Pine and county
aforesaid. JESSE COLEMAN. Clerk.
CONDITIONS OF SALE t Ten per cent, of
fourth of the purchase mny, to be paid by the pur--na-r
upon the striking down of the property ; owe
fourth of lb purchase mnney lcs ten per rent, t
be paid upon the confirmation of sale Nisi. The res
idue of the prfhaa money in oneyar from confir
mation Nii with interest. The purchaser to pay for
Dvd and Stamps.
John cordikr, 1 E,,..
TUOS. aJTACKIIOUSK, ( bx
I)R. W. II. WHITM0R,
HAS been la aneeaaafal praette for n number of
years, with the experience of the different ho
pilals in Europe, al a member of the Analyiral
Medical Inaiituut of New Yrk, rontt tuea to attend
to all proivsalonal eaaes at his office No. V'Jd Filbert
it. No patent Meoieines are Md or recommended ;
the remedies administered are thor which will nut
break town the constitution, but renovete the
tm from all injuries it has auatained from mineral
MiedMttes, and leave the lyslcut in a healthy aud
perl'eetly cured condition,
3. DVSPKPSIVthal ditralng dieease and fell
destroyer nf health and happinn. ndermlning the
cob tituti in tnl yeaily carrying thousands to un
timely graves, can most emphatically be cured,
4, Melancholy, Abberratlon. that etate ot Allna
tion and weakness of the mind which render per
sona Incapable l enjoying the pleasures or perform
ing the duties nf life,
I, RHKWst ATl,in any form or condition .r.hron
ia or aeiite. warranted curable.
A. El'II.KPSV, or railing sickness, all chroiilo ot
alubborn caaea of
1 1: ii am: if is r as i:
radicaMy renmved ; Ha t Rheum and every descrip
tion of ulcerations : Piles and scrofulous diseases
which heva baffled all previous mudtcal skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all disease,
(vs CoKsoumoa) ran be cured by wenring my Medi
cated Jackst. which is a protection t the lungs
against all changes of weather in all climates, bav
ins investigated for year the cause and character td
Intermittent (fever and ague) iu ail parts .r the
United States -will cure perinan. ntly nil rlirmiie or
aeute cases of ague and nervous pueastte la a few
Uneer Cared uilhont the kntre or D-awIng
Tape Worm, that dread to the Human Family for
year, ran l e removed with two or Hues doaea of
ny newly discovered remedy, warranted In all caaea.
Consultation In the Kugliah and Herman Languages
free of chargo. Will make vlells any distance, if
desired. May be addrssa by letter (conndentlkllv.)
and Medicine sent with proper directions to any
part ol the country.
OFFICB-No. C24 Filbert St. Phila.
April 4. inftfi.-ly.
The undersigned respectfully Informs the cifiane
nf Cionm-burg and Columbia county , that they kurp
all the dtflVrcnt numbers of stove coal anJ selected
lump coal for smithing purposes, on their wharf, ad
joining MrKelvy, Neul atCn's Furnace ; with a good
pair llufialo srale on Hie wharf.to weigh coal. hay and
straw .ike wise a borae and waeon. to deliver coal
to Diode who desire it. As we purchaae a targe
amount of coal, we Intent) lo keep a superior article,
and si ll at the very loweat priees. l'leae call and
examine fur your scives before purrhaiingeUewhn re.
J. W. II fclN DEkaViO T
THE undersigned will take, in exchange for Coal
and Groceries, the following named article
Wheat. Rye, Corn. Osta, Potatoes, Lard, Ham.Shnul
der.and siilu initat, llulter, Eggs, Hay. Ac , at the
hlghestcash prices, at his Grocery Store, adjoining
their coal yard. J. W. HE NDERSIlOT.
Jllooiu.burg, April 2.V. Hiifl. ly.
pi UI111A1I VOii
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
Goods to compare with stringency of tha Mnney
Mariet, Look and compare prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. J not rail at the favorite bimines
stand of McNincli fc diiunmn. .and you will bo met
by the obliging Pr( printers or their Clerks nnd shown
through their great V.iriety More free of clinrge, of
course, they will glvo you a fair chaure to -pend your
loose chunge. they trust much more profitably than
it can be spent elsewhere. Their
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
this Spring I much larger in all iti varieties than
uul. Thl- Ladies Dress Goods areof the nicest
styles In Market. They have a fine assortiueul of
flats, Gnp, Iloott and Shot,
Summer Cloths, t'alnctt, Caimers and Vestlngs,
and numerous articles common to such eta6:ili
mcuts, besides a general assortment cf
Queensware and Groceries, all al greatly reduce I
price. They wuh lo conduct their busiuvsaon tlio
"PAY AS YOU GO"
and they mink they can afford to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for many pnt favors, and
ak the future patronage of their fotmer customers
anJ the public nerally.
McMXCH St 811 CM AN.
Msy lit, isflo, tf.
KEVF kD BKUTirrL vtobk,
THE PICTOflUL BOOR OF
OF Till REBILLION 1
Heroic, Patriotic Political Romantic Humorous it
fpllndid!f JUuiiriUd -!( err 300 a. rirltaltt d
This work for genial bunmr. tender pathos, start
ling interest, and attractive beauty, stand peerless
and alone anng all its ronipeiiiors. The Valiant
and Srave Heart',!, the rictureaque and lira malic
the Witty and Marvelloe. the Tender and Calh-tie.
The Rnll of Fame and Story, Camp. Pi bet, Ppy,
Scoot, nivonac, and siege; Sisrtling uririer. Wo.
detful Escape. Famous Words and Heeds ofWn
oan. and the whole Panorama of the War here thrll
tingly ahd starilingly portrayed In a masterly man
ner. at once bistrlral and somatic, rendering il the
niot ample. brilliant and readable book that the war
bis railed forth
Disabled officers and soldiers, teachers, ennrgstie
young men. and all In waul of profitable rmploy.
meat, w i.l And Ihi the bet chance to make money
ever yet offered. Send for circulars and see our
National I'ubli-hlng C:
No, 57 Minor Street
April 23, IPto.-Srn.
TVriUaS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
"Pure Medicines, at John R. Mnyer's Drugstore,
corner of Main and Market Streets. A good assort
Medicines. Paints. Oils and Vsrnlsbo. always on
haed, and will be sold cheaper Hi at any other
Un t 8'ore I" ewn.
Presmptiong carefully compounded at Moyer s
DrAyrsand Jaynes Medlcincg sold at Moyer's Drug
e'w"-hrt's Tr Cordial. Baker Cod Livsr Oil.
Winslow's Sotdhlng Syrup, sold at A oyer's Drug
8tFor'any reliable patent medtcinsi, call at Moyer's
Drug Store. , . . . ,
leather of all kinds, wholesale and retail, at J. R.
Moyer's lrug Store, Bloomburg, Pa.
May . irstio. tf.
IlsEU S tUEAP GBOtEHf
On Main Street. Bloomborg. ,
A larce and omplete aortment of OROCF.RIctS
rnnetantly on hand. His flock is composed chief!
ot tue loimwiiig i ,,;.-
UPPn a NT) PROVISIONS.
rcmaistinr of. FLOUR. S?J'2Vi
HAMS, SHOULDER. CHEME. IICTTER, B,
together with a great many other articles, usually
kept in a first-class Or eery tHre.
Country produce geuerailT will
chaece fr aay articles found la his Store.
O- The highest market prkea i for
kind. couVtr fur. ulJ(r QWtt
. ElcojBsburg, Feb. 22. HU.
OP SAETED LAWDS
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY
flXSZ ibe 3mh day of April 1844. the TVeae
nrer of the County of Columbia hereby gives notice
t o all persons concerned therein, that nleea the
county, noan, ocnn i, i m, . .
on the following real estate eitjate in the tounty of
Columbia, are paid herore toe oay
or such parts of each as W
costs chargeable thereon, will be sold " "?r
Hooee, in B'oombur. Co of Columbia, oh the H
of June, 180ft, being the second Monday,
wnlinuedby ..ijoornment from day to , day I tor
reareges of taxes duo eaid eoonty and the costs ac
..,ii ni Mrk reneetivelv.
- - w .
T M liUbbell
mi it 3 32
DJul -3of3B l.ortgeno!rger,Flfter As
J I lot
IHttM I lot
tJkiO I lot
Iti 1 l.,t
r.ttt m a
im 1 1. ft
t.8.5.4 3 loo
IKliS I lot
3&(i4 1 lot
Mann,Bady t Criawell
John Kos iv
Kamiiel C KriUm
Pvter Shu It t
Imnfel eou U
J W t lark
J ho P eUmhmervr
IVter Appleeate dee'd
Wm f .meleV
I ( WS
H Kotenbaiiler's heirs
John Coeper'n eat
fal vio Chamoerlln
Miles D SuttifT et
JOHN J. STILE3, Treasurer
Illoomaburg. April 11. tie. (
OF UQSEA7E0 LAIRDS
FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY.
, nitr.RARLY to Hie provision of in Act of A a-
A senibly entitled an Ar dlretling the nioH.i nf
selling uneoated lanj Tor
KKed the 13th day
taxes and for other nnr no
ddy of March 1015, and the fur-
iher epplements thereto pasel on the dthdaynf
Mnrch IQI? and tbe U.ilh Mamil lai. anduth Mnrrh,
1-47, the Treasurer of Columbia County hereby gives
notice to all persons concerned therein, that unless
the County, Road, rVhnl, Poor. Bjunty end Htale
Taxes dee on tbe following tracts of unsettled lands
situate In Columbia County are paid before thn day
of sale, the w hole or such parts of eitrh tract as wi t
pay tha taxes and ests rhargeable tii-renn, will be
sold al Ihx Court House in the town of Rlnoiiisbtirg,
County of Columbia un llin Heoond Monday in June
next, etui toeontinue bv adjournment from nay lo day
for arrearngi a of taxes due said Oeniy. and thn
cols accrued on tacli tract respectively,
No. orAckxs VvakRaatxas on WNaas Twp
300 Rlias Miller
'jtKI Catharine Nfoyor
5 Lewi rilgrr
rt - Johu t;rseff '-part of 409 arret',
i of 170
rolrtiiinn Mower er
Reiibiui IU i di
1 f A
J icoli Hitt.-r
Samuel 11 riliilth
John II Suit
Ha in uu I J Heater
I DO IH)
John Young '
7ho r.unlan "W J Oreennuth"
Mury Uuiliiu -W J Urcetiouith'
Thos ItUKlun Kf ksor tkA Conl CO 12 CO
MaryKustan , " " 3D DO
Joh'ivton lleasley 13(1 4l
tieoige IllrXliam 1) (50
Thomns Hiltxhi'imnr 130 40
Roliett lliltxlieimer H'j
William elmnnon Ct4 HH
Aino VVirlnrli il W I S'.t
i'axton. KliiH t flmrplraa (Ml
3 4 cf 130
1 of 1(H) lie ii I ami. i t'oiube U Ileal-' 1-1 M
I of I till Retijamln Coombe "J Anspachjr'' 13 30
h-.'.(!:l I tot Douilnlck Cranu 30
iM.'i I tot John Cow nil 47
' I lot Heorce Rnady 'M
" 9 lots Henry Sharps Ml
I lot Francis Nuliler 94
1HC3 1 lul Piter Lawlcr VJ
0 I-1 Hewitt tt n.neJIcl 2 M
10 Lllns Hues Id
.17 J. ft Brnht 4 14
70 Jaiper Aaup A U"
40 Jcrrmlnh Flmher. Ti
ts) Llijuh Reynolds it Co i 70
110 William Rurlatew II 03
ItHI Alnjtn.lcr Cramer. 3 M
Si J N it It J Jons 9 44
150 Thomas Lem. ne Do
4 A Ueorge Mack Id
113 Reese J Millard on
3 Oenrg-e Pokier 30
34 Willi m. Rnbblut 9tl
r." Ainu l(iaile 1 54
11.1 Abr;ihaiu Young 9 PI
3CI Paul Apple II 13
4:i3 Guy Bryan 14 07
4:U Abraham Reeser " 14 07
1 IK i Puiuuel J Bca'cr i
33 r.muel Mliirt.eii W
14 F.llis Kves I 'J
I r0 Ji1hi;a Kunsion W
30 (.eorse Reeae 74
U13 liaiiiol Montgomery id
It CM 1 OCK
AO Nslhaniel C'nmpbell 1 1 SI
30 r'rankliu Mcllride "ttec.'J" b jt7
13 Pavld Lee M
31 llenajah Parker A Co 114
ltd 1'Uilip et John Wiigm'f 1 CO
900 Tbnmaa Bitiiiigton 37 07
31 tramuei J. htt 5 P"
3j $ "
l of 3t Msry Myers MV J Greenongh
I f l 0 Thomas fciiMuO. ' "
.Sf 100 Daniel Reese " "
I Uoftoo Marr lusisii " "
" 17 r3
" t f4
A M i t tt A. coal co li 64
' 0 3
.. .. 17 ;i
" ' l 54
I 9.ff aj Charlotte Rutan
-i-f a) John R'-viuddS
t.'jnf tsw Mtry Myers ny
I 9,0 lt0 Daniel Reese "
l-4f voo Mary Mutan "
l-voi h) Charlotte Ruslati "
l-5lif 800 John- Reynolds "
1 Thomas Aten er dee'd
i:3 (leorge Nungcsser
147 Joshua iiniiier man
3vu tieorge Lall Mere
100 rtrnhst. Yrtter Jt fclimltk
4 Wm cresy
5 Henry Miner's heirs
tJ lalah human dee d
Dah 1st Montgomery
f amoel C'revsling
Jaeeb llagetibucil est
Gvorg A Frick
Thomas Barnes jr
Ales St Joh Hes
Robert Montgomery's est
juna . -
DlwoiDSburg April ll.tVI.
WRAPPING AND MINING PA
PER. Having Uoioegbty e-erhask4 my Pa
per Mills at Mill Orov. oear B.r, Co-ba
6oty, Pa- I now prepared vs til all ovdere for
Wrapping. Dry Blasting 4 Water Proof Pap f.a
Jior t Wotl aid fair p-. 1 ff iuiZZ
ho l WUkea-Barre, aod appoiassd PV?
It th ftraa at Hrown. Gray xaf
f my P.perl. C-tAi TlWCff.
tioomrteig.aWpt. I. 1S.
I MEW 310 VE Tl SiF.
MI ClER'S 'BTOR Ely Cf jOOM SB tTR G', FA.
TSfe uhdoraigneo has jtmflueu kn 4
in this plae. where he i prepared t wake P e
ing witn utatiin' n"a "P Y Vj iva r
.enable term. He also keeps h eMB8
various patterns and styles, whtcn. bo.wih -f
terms to edit purchasers. . .
01 ft hiw a call. He is f wethanie hl
ming of te '"acob MBfS. -
bloomsburg, May i.-!y.
ISS LtZZfcJ PJSTBRMAN
v,..i.J luabm. Ia (he ladles ot BlOombnr n n
, . .A.
th"hubl)v. tentrally that she has Jdtt received Irorn
tbe eastern title her
M-I"b nut Miiuiuer
eooiUtlng of alt hrtlcW umiUy foohd 10 first ..
Millinery Btoree. Her ds are of the best nhkhty
and among the most handsome nnd eheapesl to th
morket Call and examine them for vourselvo. .
Nobody should purchase elsewhere before examin
log Miss Peterinait 'a stock ol goods. Bonnet saad
lo order, on the bortel notieek Of repaired.
Btore on Mam street. 3d dub below the Horn Of
Mendenhail It Rupert. '
Bloomeburg, May 9, 1864.-tf. . .
f TOT FOR ItUNS BERG ER'8
In KLOOMPBURd. ail yon who desire nSHp-rer
article ol ehewing or smoking tbbacro. Hie tigeri
art; made up of the Sheet quality ol tobaeeo, "iy
body in town knows Where to go to gel a good aril
rlo. He w ill sell el retail or wholesale to suit toe
purchaser, he le not particular, enopaeepers un
landlords gcnetaliy would do belter by purchasing;
of him than of the peddler and hucksters that trav
el llrough the country. They run no risk 01 eeing
cheated in what they boy. Palroniae regular liheo
if you wish lo gel the wor.n or your money.
f7 More on Main Blrvek.a few doors below t he
"American House." 4
II, U. HUSBBER8BR,
May 0, IflfC-im,
i:I) , Columbia Co. Pit.
The undersigned having heitome sole proprietor nf
this Well known and conveniently locaUd stand,
rvKpecirutly Inforhis hl friend, knit the publie id
general, that he haa put hi hou-e in complete order
f ir the Mcrominndsilnn of boarders, and for the recep
tion and entertainment of travellers who may feel
liopoped to favor it with Iheir euetom. Noexpeuse
has been spared in preparing this Hotel for the inter -tainmeni
of guest, nnd nothing shall be wanting, bit
his p -rt. to ministsr to their personal eomfOrt. The
location. well as the building, is n good one, and
all togethet is amply arranged to pleaae the puMio
Kepy. April 11, teoo.-if.
Hie undrllgned offVn kt Private gale or exchange
for town property, a TRACT OF LAND situate lit
Orange township, midway between Light Street and
Oiangevilto, containing about,
it I In a food stbte of cultivation. 1 hera le good
HulJfK ami other out-bulldings on the premises
also a strnnm of running water at the door.
There is aleo a good RAW MILL with 10 rent fall
Water power on the tract Adt'rese John O. Albert
son on the premixes, or tag undersigned blPOlk ville,
Columbia county. Pa.
2 7 Juiiuciliate poct'tioh given of the land and
M'"' D. L. EVER 11 ART.
Oratlfj Tw'li. Majr 9. H'C-tf
I have opened new P-lore at th old stand of Da
vid Hiroup, 011 Main street. Bloomsburf , and Will
keep on hand a fonsral assortment ef
Such at Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Tin-ward,
Hardware, Cedar and Willow Ware, Drugs,
Confectionary, Class-Ware, Tonacco . Hats at
Phots, Flour, Call, Fish and Meat lall of
wbinb I prnporu selling kt a vary low figure for -cah
tr Call and aae. C. C. MAR ft.
bloomaburg, April Hi, H0 tf.
D EPINEUIL & EVAN 3,
1 1 1 atj g 1 a ? ana 111111 Duuivrsi
No. 4:15 WALNUT BTREETh PHibabkLMtU.
PATENTS sollcite'd-Consuttatlons on Engineering
iiraughtlhg and Sketches, Models and Machinery
ofall kinds haps ami skilfully attended to. Hpedal
attention given to It EJKCTEt) CAfKa and lNTliU
FERUMCK4. Authentic Copies of all Documeuts
from Patent Ofiire procured.
N. II. Save youratlves Useless trouble and trav
eling expenses.a there is no actual ueed for person
al Interview with u. All business with thus Ofli
res can be tratiactnd in writing. For farther In for.
mation direr.t as above, with stamp enclosed fur Cir
cular with references.
April 18, loot), ly, J W.
TIIR undersigned respectfully announces to lh
public that be keeps constuntty on hand, at bis
old stand, one door below Lutx's tirug Store,
Oil rtoth. and Paper Wiadow Shades, Cords, Tts
sets and Fixtures, for Pictures., of tbe very
latest styles, aad is prepared. to do all kind of paper
hanging ta order.
Elootn.'burg. April i iPOO.-lf
Ettate of Eloaxer IL ffrss, late of Centre
twp. f dec' d.
rETTERR of administration htv been granted
by Hie Srlster of Columbia co., lo Charles II.
Hess, of MiOlin township : All persons haviagelaira
against the etate of tbe decedent, are requested to
make them known to tbe administrator without de
lay t and those IndebtetL-to the estate will mak im
mediate payment lo
Cll 4RLE3 ti. HE3i, Aim'r.
May 10. lBC0.-flw.
lh undesigned rp.peflfully gflnotineei that he
ha reflated a shop, in Court House alley, oppoaltd
the Eichxhf Hotel, where he is preptred io coil
duet the barriering bttins In all ill branches.
Thwart of coloring whisker and moustache! I
practiced by him most skillfully, lie also clean
clothing, making them look nearly as goods new,
upon the mo. 1 reasonable terms. Give him a trial.
d7" HiirTohieof ihcvery best quality. ud fog
clean og hair, kept constantly en hind, and for l
Dloomsburg, April t3, IP6u If.
J 00.000 SHINGLES & A LAR0H
LOT OP FENCING BOARDS f OK
sale. The nle rslgnsd offer for sale bp on tad
most rvaeonahle terms, at hi place of business, in
IlKNTOtt, COLUMBIA COUMTY. on hundred thou
sand shingle and a large lot Of fencing boards, 0 f
tbe very best quality, both pine And hemlock.
i. J. MallJSKRY.
Heiilon, Hay 9, loOC.
tt W. CRKA8Y 4 CO, at t.lihl Itfssi. de.ire
to purchase 3a Ann fni at wed lliii,gle, S4 inehe
long; 100.0(0 WHlTB PINB 1CAN fLlMfl,. In feet
long each. 34. 4i4, 45, it 4 x 6 5f ,000 1 l-fl k
inch PIN PLANK, all of good quality,
II W.CRKASY kQO,
Light iireet, May 9, 180Q4L
The high price rf PotxWei wf aftti t llefl i
CONCENTRATED PERT1LIZEB. .
used along the row of hill, ahd eovereJ wheii U
llvetiHg: tn like manner eera. ile'"r' wr
WILLIAM KI.LISA CO- ChemUii.e. 711 1
lit. Market Slreel . Philadelphia. nd fof sale by
A. S. RENTER, -?"
1 (Hi ilf-TO,
May 10, 1e3ov , ,
Fahw rtti'nivA'rfi salk.
THK subscriber offer at PrivaW ISale, farm 1 sit
uated in OranreTwp.. Col. to. Pa, II miles from
Rohrsbnrg and 3 from lVaLi"ei.78,47.gt-.T
ONE HUNDRED AND StX ACRES,
Hixty of which Is cleared and well imprTf'
balance is well timbered. There ire on the Jrreftrite
eommodio new buildings "
large young PP' d peach otehd,Of Wi yr
,r.wth. beginning to boar. tLbAl(0 kMttiiL)
OtHt March 83, i860 . .. .
.f t rl
UK Jt ii LVAiMri
HAVING located permanenijy 60 MiiH
gtei.1, BLOOMSBURCr, Pi., would iJ
lorn thdpnblie gene ra'ly thai be1 i prep?s.rd! W
attend to all baines faithfally and puetha! f tha
nwy bo intrusted to bigeare e termd ooatmehm
raw with thtiadg, . ; ..
G Upayrtrie .(eHo ( fottff.i4 i