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MOGRT AND STAR,
3L-OCAI, -DEPARTMENT. ' "
. r B L QOM S ; B .URGj
XWcJrresday, June 13, 136G.
. 'AKSWESa TO CQKHZ3EOND ENTS
Joh T., of Ouangevillu. Your mat
'ter was attended to by u.s. ;
W. K. The report you speafc of is coa
:tradicted by -one who was present.
T.; T. Our columns are not open for a diV
'cussion of the merits and dements of partic
ular candidates. Let those thing: be settled
vnta. tne people, by themselves.
Ed We desire that all subscriptions to
the hSTAU op tue. North be immediately
seuieo. . . j w. 1. Jacoby.
SO Our reaiefs will notice the change in
hc taar kc Is. . We correct them weekly.
JEST Matthew Wynkoophaa been appoint
ed Collector, of State and County taxes, for
-this (Bloom) township. Good appointment
i ii m m m m i i
'tST Tie "Young Folks" of this place,
Siave fixed Upcfti rfcrt Saturday, for another
Pic-Nic. - -.
ii i - si j "a -
Z3" Pew Resting. The Pews of the
Bloomsburg German Reformed Church,
will be rented on Saturday afternoon, June
23d, at half past 3 o'clock, P. it.
JEST" The Commissions of J. W. Kitchen,
of Jackson township, atrl C. E. Margeruin,
of Catawissa township, Justices of the Peace,
are at the Recorder's offiee."
iES?" Read the death-bed confession of an
Army Chaplain, published on the outside of
this paper and if you doubt its application
or truthf alne33 let U3 hear from you.
The ' Treasurer's sales of unseated
land in this' county came off on Monday last,
at the Court House. There were few tracts
sold comparatively to the number advertised
S3-. Read th story on the outsiie of our
paper this week. There are a great many
people who can improve and take warning
from it. '
It will be fieett in to-day's issue that
Howe's great European Circus will exhibit at
this place, on Saturday the 23rd of J une.
Read the advertisement.
SO- Among the improvements going on
at this place, ws are pleased to notice, that
Jacob R. Groul & Co., are fitting up and
erecting a new brick kiln. Hereafter we
will have two brick yards at this place.
New Saloon. Our young townsman,
"William Gilmore, advertises his eew refresh
ment saloon in to-day's paper. Mr. G., has
a good location in a desirable part of the
town and with his experience and popular
ity ought to do welL
JC-sTThe best evidence we have, aside
from the communications we receive, that
our paper is appreciated by the people, is
the constant and steady increase of oar sub
scription list. . Our friends have our thanks
for their earnestness in the good cause.
We call attention to the new ad
vertisements in this week's issue of the Dem
ocrat axd Star. The public understand
very well in what journal to advertise their
goods, wares, Sc&, although we don't boast
and sputter about cur already large and in
We have been reque.itol to gire no
tice to the villains, who, on Saturday night
last, deliberately stole some of Howe's large
circus posters, to pay for or return them to
the "Forks Hotel," between this and the
23d inst., or they will be dealt with accord-
to law. " It will out."
2" The Poor House Commissioners ad
vertise in to-day's paper,for propositions from
persons who desire to sell land, suitable for
erecting buildings and employing thereon the
poor of those townships which accepted the
Bill authorizing the same. See their adver
. tS3- There will be an entertainment given
in the "Hartman Building," corner of Main
& Market streets by the ladies of the Presby
terian Church, beginning on Fiiday e vening,
the 15th inst , and continuing-on Saturday,
Monday, and Tuesday evenings, the 16th,
18th and 19th. The patronage of the public
is respectfully invited.
42?" The wealthy and influential from all
parts are flocking to the aid of Jefferson
Davis. We doubt very much whether the
twelve "loyal" thieves of the Freedmen's
Bureau, whose arrest President Johnson has
lately ordered, will find half the. sympathy
amony the union-loving people of this Gov
ernment as the late Confederate President.
' : JE2P In our "announcement coluran" it
will be observed, that we publish in this
week's issue the names of several good Dem
ocrats and worthy gentlemen for the office of
State Senator; and the names of three
gentlemen, besides those already announced
in our last, for the office of Associate J udge.
We say patronize the man who ad
vertises, in preference tt one who-doe3 not
The man who advertises bis stock of dry
goods, wares, Ac, makes more and cheaper
sales. - " Quick sales and small . profits" is
that man's motto. Therefore, we say, pa
tronize the him who invests a trifle in print
Ties Prog-uss of Medical Science.
One t!a- most valuable alterative and
toni remedies is the iodide of lime-, which
h preparedby Ebetoncheraists. This house
Vrt nnwaimbinecTffc with SarsanariTIn. -form
ing " ScursaparuZa with Iodide of Lime"
which h one of the most excellent remedies
whicBr- modem science has produced;. It is
advertised in our paper to-day.
J3" The spirit of improvement fa mani
festing itself, in North East Bloomsburg, in
xazzj instances. A Town Hall is leing
built, our young friend, William; Gil
ha3 fitted up a first class eatJnjr house
an-J cystar saloon, S. C. SrrrvE is erecting
a choprkj nill, and the Dehockax And
Stajs cC ars all late improvements in "this
e;T f -tawn;. Our enterprising neighl-crs
Zotovrai m-iit-t z en the alert cr thcynrill
One man in the Borough of Berwick
voted for the County Poor House. - The
Gazette takes occasion to make some- small
insinuations over the matter. That man had
a perfect right to think and vote, as he did,
without having a Borough editor making
mouths and pointing . his ." finger" at him
through the columnsof his paper. It don't
look Well to say the least. If he continues
to thus belittle himself our advice to that
man is : move out of the Borough to
some more pleasant and congenial climate.
CST Out readers, and Especially the farm
ing class, should carefuHy examine our agri
cultural column every week. If they will
read one column every week, and be careful
to become satisfied that they have adopted
out suggestions and modes of farming, &c.,
or something better, they will soon become
more deeply interested in their agricultural
pursuits, and their, increase of wealth, their
advancement and improvements will be felt
and noticed by all.
SSf Killed On Monday last near town,
a fine cow, owned by Stephen Knour, of
this place, by being run against by the cars
on the Lack, and Bloomsburg railroad, while
grazing along side the track. The Railroad
Company should be compelled to repair their
fenccg and Cattle-euards. This is one of
many fine cattle that have been killed by
cars on this road, and it is high time steps
were taken to prevent further destruction of
cattle by this road.
fiSF One point made in the out townships
against the County Poor House was, that
they would be taxed more in proportion to
their poor, for the purchasing of the Farm,
than Bloom township. By examining the
township assessment books it will be seen
that the land in Bloom township is valued
and assesssed nearly three times as high as
the land of other townships in the county.
So much for that argument
Advertising. Now-a-days nobody but
the slowest dried-up old fossil ever questions
the advantage of advertising. One might
with as much propriety doubt the evidence
of his own eyes and ears. The style and ex
tent of a business man's advertising is a sure
test of his energy and capacity, the quantity
and quality of his stock, and the amount of
business he transacts. Prentice, of the Lou
isville Journal, tenders this advice to the
public "Never buy goods of those who
don't advertise. They sell so little that they
have to sell dear. ' ' More truth than poetry
in the above.
The first pic-ttic for the season, of
this place, wa3 held by the "young folks"
on last Saturday afternoon in the grove, on
the banks of FL-hingcreek, near Irondale
Furnace. Wc understand that they had a
very pleasant time, with this exception,
some unruly boys intruded and robbed them
of their choicest refreshment?. This is not
the first time we have heard of this game
being pla-ed upon the innocent and unpro
tected girls, and we deem it h.gh time that
such rude boys be reported to the authorities,
so that they maybe taught a lesson ol civility
as well as law. We hooe their parents will
look to this.
5r- Dr. Silas E. Walton, of the Borough
of Berwick, has been appointed by Revenue
Assessor John, as one of hi3 Deputies. This,
( .1 - A -. A-
we suppose, is one oi tnosc appointments
the Columbian styles "wholly unnecessary."
The Doctor, of the Republican, ought to
know what is best for the "government,
himself included, although some people
think he does not, and regard him as noth
ing more than an "importunate shark I"
S& The RipuUican editor, down town,
expresses some fear that the "Copper John
son parry" might nominate his friend, ltOB
ERT F. Clauk, for Congress in this District ;
but says, "it will be an easy job to defeat
him."" This, we think, might be possible.
One tiling is certain, Mr. Clark could not,
four years ago, nor cannot now command
the Democratic vote of this District. But,
s.V,::!.l tins Kenubliean "disoreranizer, as
he is cfilled by his former political friends,
succeed in getting a nomination for Congress,
his defeat will be. brought about through
better and more influential source than the
t-Sf They seem to have forgotten that Mr.
Johnson, during his congressional career,
proposed just nine amendments to the Con
Pray, Mr. Editor, please inform your read
ers of the character of those "nine amend
ments;" the occasion upon which they were
proposed; date and page of the Congrc;
sional Globe containing them; that we may
all be able to find and examine the matter
for ourselves. When an editor makes an
assertion he is expected, when called upon,
to sustain it We will venture to say, -however,
that of all the amendments it is alleged
Mr. Johnson proposed, there is not one look
ing to the elevation of the black race above
that of the white. Place a pin there, if you
please. Bat give your readers the references
that they (the amendments) may be ex
amined. Burnt to Deaiti. We regret to chroni
cle the horrible case of Miss Christtanna
Hartzel, of this place, a girl about twelve
years of age, who was burnt to death on last
Monday afternoon, from the imprudent use
of coal oil. The facts, as we understand
them, are as follows : She was building fire
and to expediate the work she, like many
others, was pouring coal oil from a can on
the wood m tmr stove. arteT caving nt tne
kindlinc. The oil took fire, of course, and
in the twinkling of an eye flashed in the
tube ot the can. containing two quarts ot on,
which exploded, literally covering the unfor
tunate girl with oil and fire. It appears that
from fright and pain, she screamed, ran
out doors, and two or three times round the
house before any one came to her assistance:
then grasping the pump handle with so firm
a grip that the one individual who had ar
rived could not manage her.- By the time
her clothes were extricated and the flames
quenched t in her agony she had rent much of
her flesh in strings. She was kindly cared
for and skilfully treated, but with dreadful
pain and suffering- she died about 7 o clock
the sarnie evening.. Some carpet was burnt
and furniture injured; a small child was
snatched from the cradle and barely saved
from the scorching and almost inextinguish
able flames of burning oil'. This is only one
of many cases of this kind, butrsinte it is so,
Briercreek. .-. .-.v.
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The Poor House. In this column of to
day's paper will be seen the Official vote on the
Poor Hou?e question. But four townships
accepted the bill, just three more than we
had expected would accept it, the opposition
of the Berwick Gazette notwithstanding.
Since the election we have been informed by
quite a number of leading men in the non
accepting townships that, had they known
so many as four townships would have gone
into the new arrangement, they would not
have remained out It will be seen by the
returns that there was a very light vote
polled, and it being upon one of those ques
tions where dollars and tents were concerned-,
it is plainly to be understood how easily the
matter could be defeated by one or two men
in each township, through the circulation of
all kinds of reports intended to prejudice
the people against the . measure. The Ga
zette is entirely welcome to all the capital it
may have made, as it no doubt did much to
defeat the Poor House question, especially
in those townships whene it sends very few,
if any papers. It was not expected by us
that any township woull vote itself taxes,
but we are not so sure that they had not
better have done so, as ;re long they may be
obliged to pay taxes for the support of poor,
when they will hot have any of the benefits
of the Poor Ilouse. They will be, as they
are at present, without a proper place to
keep their paupers and compelled to levy
and collect taxes for their maintenapce.Thc
tax imposed upon them for .the purchasing
of a farm would have amounted to but a
trifle to each taxable individual in the count',
and the whole cost would have been paid in
a couple of years without any one having
reason to complain on account of his heavy
taxes for that purpose. After that being
done, we hold that there Would have been
no taxes for the support of poor ; that the
farm would have supported all the pauper
that icould go on it, and ths people entirely
exempt from poor taxes.
Bloomsblr'i, March 1, 1SG0.
Overpaid accounts to COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT,
rendered by Levi L. Tate, to E. R. Ikeb r,
and to lye entered on JACOBY & Ikeleu's
Books, to the credit of said patrons :
Rev. Hartman, $1 50 I. Hagcnbuch. 1 00
Geo. F. Kindt, 2 00 Jer. Hess, 1 00
Samuel Creasy, 1 50 Wm. De Long, 2(H)
Wm.Krickbaum,l 75 Abram Coleuiai?,l 50
John R. Yohe, 1 75 Tins. M. Sutton, 1 00
A. C. Millard. 70 J. Mclleyuolds, 1 50
Phincas Smith", 1 20 Judge BaMy, 1 75
Aaron Hess, 1 00 James Roat, 2 0)
E. L. Kikendall, 50 J, D. Wilson, 2 (K)
Andrew Shuman.l 50 Jn Bilheimc, 2 00
Stephen Lchr, 1 00 I. M. Evans, 1 50
John Michael, 1 00 S.H. I les. ( west) 1 K)
Wm. Dreisbach, 50 G. Hurleyuiarf, 1 2t
James Keifer, 1 50 W. Hagenbuch, 75
Peter Helwie, 2 00 Hon. J. Evans, 1 25
E. L. Helwig, ?5 John P. Hess, 1 00
Jacob Idler, 1 25 Geo. Appleman, 2 00
C. II. Dietrerich.l 00 John T.- Evans, 1 (0
Michael Grover, 85 H. Smelhers, 100
Jno. J. Gcarhart, 50 Enos L. Adams, 1 50
.lrs. A. xuiiler, 2 UO Jjieut. JJrockway, to
John Hill, sr.,
cO A. J. Albcrton, 1 00
1 10 Sam'l W. Baker, 50
1 00 Jud?e Merrifield,l 00
1 50 Jno. F. Fowler, 1 50
90 Eenj. D. Winn, 1 00
40 Samuel Ale, 75
83 R. T. Foulk, 1 50
2 00 Aaron Smith, 1 00
1 50 Hon. Geo. Scott,! 00
Jer. Hagenbuch,! 00 Jas. K. Brugler, 1 00
IK Hagenbuch, 1 00 U.Li fchoemaker,2 2?s
Michael Brittain, 85 Mich'l Brennoh, I 50
Wm. Oman, 1 00 Jos. B. Knittle, 75
H. R. Grimes. 1 00 John Mordan, 1 92
B&. By TdcT of the Chairma'n, the Demo
cratic State Central Committee are requested
to meet at the St. Charles Hotel, Pittsburg,
on Tuesday July 3rd 1866, at 11. A. M,
A fine assortment : of blanks of adl
t?nd. now on band and forsaleatthisoffice.
ULUUMMH KG MAKKKT,
WHEAT.per banhel. 3 00
The Otacial Electron
For and Against a County
held on Tuesday, June 5th,
Benton v. . 3
. 3 00 BUTTER. - - 3d
1 50 F.ftfJH 20
I 10 POTATOES, i 73
1 CO DRIED ArPLES, 3 IW
U 00 HAMS - . 2-2
S 50 RATON, ... 14
30 HAY by the ton. 15 00
r. 300- LARD, per lb. is
FLOUR pr bbl.
BUCKWHEAT rioar. 300-
In Hemlock township, on Thursday, the
31st ult, by Thomas J. Vanderslice, Esqr.,
Mr. Sherman Hyliafd, of Bloomsburg, and
Miss Margaret Jacoby, of the former place.
In Buckhorn, on the 5th inst., by the
Rev. A. Hartman, Mr. Jesse Shoemaker,
and Miss Sarah Welliver, both cf Buckhorn,
In Lee countv, Elinois, on the 22d ult,
Mr. Abraham 11. Far vcr snd Miss Sarah
Jane Ixudy, both formerly of this county.-
In Bloomsburg. on the 3 1st ult., by Rev.
J. P. Tustin, Mr. Joseph Crawford and
Rebecca Fisher, all of this place.
On the 28th ult, Idelette, daughter of
Rev. P. W. and MaryMelliok, aged 3 years,
9 months and 3 days.
In Carroll County, Illinois, on the 22d
ult, Emma M.-daughter of Geo. W. and C.
Statton, formerly of this county, aged 1
year and 2 days.-
In Jackson township, Columbia county,
on Tuesday, the 29th ult, Mrs. Sarah Getty,
wife of Henry Getty, aged 74 years, 2 mos.
and 3 days.-
In OrangjeViIle, on Friday, the 1st inst,
Mrs. Elisabeth B.- Kisner, wife" of Jonas
Kisner, aged 61 years.
In Oranscvillc onThursdnv. the 7th inst.
Mrs. Mary Harman, consart, of George
Harmon,, aged about 67 yeais.
In Main townshin. on the 31st nit.. Sarah.
TR1 UM Pit ANT RETURN
- - - - of
Si 6. HOWE'S
EUROPEAN CIRCUS !
THE MOST COMPLETE RUaSTRI
A ESTABLISH MENT .
TflEWoai.il HAS fcVER SEEN.
ITS EN'ORMOUS COM PANT
ES'OUESTRIAV PERFORMERS OF
ENGLAND tc CONTINENTAL
n ij in b r i n n e k 1 1 y
MALE& FEMALE ARTISTS
Th puh'ic are Tripe r'lCuUj Infornv
ed that thin imitfenie Establishment
will "pen in
Saturday, June 23, '66.
BOTH DAtAJfD ErEJflA'Q.
A Granil GratUitoQ Exhibition, con
iittinr 6f a
CORUEOUS STREET DISPLAT
More brillitnt than erer behrltl mnem
th! daya of chivnlry or the pplen1or
of th r'ii-M of tno. loth ot Gold, in
which will appear the
GRAND CHARIOT OF jEOI.US.
VViln M. V, EPG 1R8 OPERA BAND
J IIIUPTI'L' Tl M L'll fill
GIVING IOU in
THE OPEN STREETS,
and npon which will be formed a
Claspie Tableau Vlvant Thl Peri
Jiai'ti- Picture will be followed bjr
NEPTUNE'S SEA CHARIOT. THE
CHINESE CHARIOT OF CONFU
CUTS, the Maavive Cagea of Lion fc
other chariot!), carriage aid can of
exqui;te workmanabip, drawn by ths
lnagni(5'ceul atdd of
1 and aucceeded by the
WHnl.E TROUPE OF ARTISTS IN
Costume, including the
MOST BEAUTIFUL LAOT RIDERS
IN THE WORLD I
and a Ptud of
SHETLAND rOMIF.S lR XWINQTI-
The whole forming the mot dazzling
uigplay aver een on lata
WILD f FEROCIOUS
be rihibited at each performance
w bo will enter the
DEN OF LIONS,
and exhibit ii'i ajtoninhlnr mntntie
power ovrr the monarrha df the ilf -ert
and jungle by eauinr them t- to
tnrough a variety or tnriiiing evolu
tions. JA3IES DE MOTT,
Tbe f eat European Science and Char
The 6enownd Trincipal Trick Eider
Mr. T. WATSON,
The great Shakespearian EqueKtrian.
THE BELMONT POTHERS,
(Four in numlfr.)
The Great Gy lunasf ir.. Acrobat ic, and
LAZELLE & KING,
The accomplif ned Poiturers and Ac
The Wonderful Man Monkey and
The managers with pleasure point
Latly tbe Pet of the Parisian Pub'ic.
MISS LUCY WATSON,
L'E-tuentrinne Antiaie.frm the prin
crpal arenas of Errgliind. arrd late of
-Vfi MISS GRACE BELLAIR,
" The Accomplished American Female
tKJ M'LLE NATALIE BLANCH
I SENORA PAREPA, '
3b?iM The Beautiful Viennese, from the
4l IV A1 T I A 1 .1 ,nV A V
x dq tienowneo nivier. ueapc-r ana in
Ha ! 12.1 !
HERE WE ARE AGAIN !"
. SAM LONG,
Tbe Great American Jester and Side-
Ppritter. General tothte "Soy.
ejrins" of tte Union,
The Great trilinh Futnicut. 'hoe
jokes are as familiar to tbe Cockneys
o( Loudon as the sound of Bowbells.
3 ON NY MAC,
Who never dares to be as funny a lie
can be, fur fear of divaatrous.
Ill addition to these distinguished
names the Troupe comprises many
ntiiera, bede a
'I DOUBLE TROUPE
GYittlV ,Q TS,
Whose combined talents will be
brought into requisition in a grand
series of Acrobatic and Gly
mastic evolutions, cntit!ed
, THE KED-JUI ARABS.
Tbe beautiful Trained Horse,
Will be introduced by
MR. WILLIA3I ORGAN.
Mr. WALTER WATERMAN,
Will introduce and perform bis Troops
j of Bcautifiil - .
Tbe raute of the Grand, Procession
will be given nereatler.
rrsr 7". Children under lS yra
Nprin & Summer Jledicinc
IODIDE OF LIME,
G. W. PETTE3, BOSTON,
JAMES It. MWIOLS & CO.
Ma nufactu rin g Cliem ists,
MAN-UFAcTU'aE&S OF THE
ELIXIR PER UVIAN BARK-
Protoxide of iron,
"Which has become so favorably known as a
TOJflC JSJt'D RESTORA1 IVE,
By Tbysiciaoa and Invalids in all parta Of the'eoun.
The new preparation. "Sirsaparilla in combina
tion with Iixlide of Lime." presents one o'f thn most
prompt alterative agen.s. in a 'orm capable of exert
ing full action upon the system, and this in minute
and peasant doses. It isxo'nce'ded that the altera
tive, resolvent, or tonic effects of Iodine are exert
ed mo. ft decidedly wten associated with other alter
atives, in combination ; and the Sarsaparilla seems
to fulfill perfectly all (he favorable 'requisitions.
The first effect usually observed wheu
"SARSAPAR ILLA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
is taken. iaan Increase of appetite showing that it
ha tonic properties of a m.trked character. Its al
te'ratrve etfects are manifest in its ready combina
tion with tbe blood and tlssurs Pale, scrofulous
women and childre n Improve rapidly nnder its ue,
and the vital functions assume a nealthy condition.
It is admirably adapted to a large number of chron
ic or acute a SV-ctiona peculiar to children It is suit
ed to tOe'tn both by the mildness and efficiency of
medicinal effect and the pleasant, attractive form of
the remedy. It may be given for along period where
constitutional influences are desired, and no repug
nance, or disinclinat on to take the syrup, eucuuu-ti-red.
In White-Sweilings. Hrp Joiui Disease, and
Oisturtioos of the Spine.il should b given persist
ently, in moderate duhea. until relief Is obtained.
In the Spring of the Year, and during the
the accumulation of morbid matters in the system
seuis to become manifest and very tronblesomo Las
situdr, Headache. Boils, Cus'iveiiess, Loss of Appe
tite, Pains in the Joints, Indigestion, etc., are very
common. Nothing ever devised i better adapted to
exterminate OrdriVe off these affection than tliisnew
combination of SARS Al'AKILLA WITH lUOIUK
JV preparation like it, r tchiek approximates to ij as an
Alterative, or Blood Purifier,
ka ever brfort been placed witkin the rear. k of invalids.
Indeed, it is an entirely Ntw and scitNTiric combina
tion, in no respect rest-moling auytbing bilhet to em
ployed. The opinion of medical men concerning it. the de
scription of it chemical character, therapeutic val
ue, manner of ue, etc., are given in a rircul-tr,
wTiich can be had at the store of any and all first
C7" Sold in Bloomsburg, wholesale an retail, by
Eyer St Myer, and all Druggists
June 6, l not. 6m.
J) EAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Estate of William Robisdn, deceased,
3 Valuable Mlusinos Sfamis,
On Main Street. Bloomtburg, adjoining the Court
House and nearly opposite trie Excbauge Hotel,
TWO SMALL HOUSES AND LOTS,
on Ridge Alley, known as the "Spring I ots "
ONE HOUSE AND LOT.
on Ror Street. Also TIMBER LAND in Jay town,
ship. Elk county,
ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED ACRES,
well timbered with White Pine and Hemlock, ojd
1 be above property will be offered at
until the 1st of AUGUST next, on which day, if not
sold, will be offere I at
on the premises, near the Court House, at 10 o'clock
(E7 Apply to the subscribers, or to Miss Isabella
Robison, liloonifibiirg. Pa.
ALX. KtiKIsoN. Maucb Chunk. 1 ..
A PARDEE, llazletun. t "
June 6. I"C6. is
RY virtue of sundry writs of Vtdtii!i F.rponnt
ami p'ieri faciei lo me directed, if sued out of tbe
C sort of Common fluas of Columbia County, will
be fipitd to ffiihlir a e, at tti- Court House, in
Bloom -.-burg, on Turs:a. tbu iotti rtayof Jun, I..iii,
at I oVIr-ck. In ihr afternoon the fallowing uSscrib-
ea leai estai'i to wit ;
A certain tract of land. s:tnal i ". Sunrlonf town -
h'p. Cdltrinhia .'oiintr- containing SEVENTY -SIX
A.KP.- in. ire tr Its, bounded on the south by tand
of J'Ii!ia Hess, on the we.t by lands of luvid K'rh
rr. on the noriti by lamln of Jeremiah Hess, and on
the east by lands i f Jaioes Rooerls, whereon is
erected an old log barn with the appurtenance.
Seized. ta.en in execution and to be sold as the
property of James fickle in tbe bands of bis admin
istratrix Jane Sickles.
A certain farm and tract of land situate in Cataw Is
a twp.. Columbia county, bounded on the Fnuth by
lnn1s of nAnel Millard, and other lauds of J. P.
f'in."er. on the went by land of Solomon ll-lwig. on
h- North hy land f Benjamin Beiber and others,
and on the rrl by Isn't of Tench Coxe's heirs, con
tainiue EIGHTY- NINE A'RES, and one hundred
and twenty-nine per he, wbereon is erected a log
barn ; about sixty acres of which is impr.ed land
O'ne other farm and tract of 'and sit lale partly in
Caia rt insa and partly in Franklin twps., Columbia
County, bounded on the east by land of John Sco t
and on the east bv land of Jchil fcott and l.ind of
Mary lleaeock.cn the weetby land of Mary Hcarock,
and land of Hiram J. Reader, and on the North by a
public road and land '( Hiram J. Reader ; containing
SfcVENTY SIX ACRES and one hundred and five
perches whereon i ereded a two rtort bride dwell
ing houje a l"e barn an apple and peach orchard,
and all improved land.
One other lot of land situate fartly in Catawi'sa,
and parfv in r ranklfn twpK.,CliiuiKia ruunty, bound
ed on tbe outh hy land of John Richards, on the
West and North by land of Mary l!anck. and on
the East by land of John trctt, coiitaimug FIFTEEN
ACRES, ull improved land but u nbuut buildings,
with the appurtenances.
Seized taken in execution and to be so'd as iTie
properly of Jeremiah P. Fin-her and Ahel Thoma.
SAMUEL SNYDER, Sheriff.
May 30. IfCfi t.
VAL UA BLE REA L EST A TE.
The undersigned wilt offer at public sale at Benja
min Goulder's, near the premises of the property. on
Saturday June lCHi. 1 806,
at I o'clock, P. M., the following valuable real estate
to w it :
85 Acres and 103 Perches,
GOOD TIMBER LAND, principally pine and oak
timber, sifu'ate in Fishingcreek township. Columbia
county, about one inie east of Stillwater, adjoining
lands of Benjamin Hess. Reuben Hess. John Mc
Mi hael , lienjainin Goulder. and Reece Millard.
Th'er is a public road running through the said
tract Cf timber land, leading from Stillw'ater in the
tat Road and within three quarters of a mile f om
a good Saw-Mill and Gnrt Mill. Botb.the timber
for lumbering and other purposes, and lh soil for1
farming, are of the very best quality.
7" Conditions will be made kmwn on day or
sale, when attendance will b given, by
WILLIAM g HUG ARS.
Fithingcreck, May 23, l86o.
EPf?. ELWEEL. having bouchl L. Hunyon's PRO
VISION STORE is now prepared to ell Grocer
ies at Whole sale or Retail, as Cftcap as the Ceap
est. iiiiitE you cxw fihd
SUGARS, TKAS. COFFERS.
STARCH. SODA CORN SI AKCH.
DRIED FRDIT CANNED FRUIT,
VOODEN-WARE, FLOUR. FISH,
BEANS. ONIONS, &c, &c.
EPH. W. ELVVELL.
Bloomsburg Eeb 14. 1966.
loftce in Partition.
In tlie matter of the Estate of Frederick
Hess, late of Sugarloaf totrmship, Colum
, bin county, deceased :
To Jaremiah Hess, Thomas Hess, Asa Hess. Aman
da Kline. Frederick Hess, l.nry Ann Sbultz Maria.
Sarah .and Belinda Hess. who havo for th ir Guard ian
David Lewis, Hannah Hendershot, Catharine Brink.
Sarah Lewis, Elizabeth Hess, and Mary Hess, heirs
and legal representative of Frederick Hess, deceas
ed. Yon and each of yon will take notice that an inquest
will be held at the late dwelling house of Frederick
Hess, deceased, in the township of Sugarloaf. county
of Columbia, on WEDNESDAY. THE I1TH DAY of
JUL . between hours of 9 o'clock. A. M , and 4
o'clock P. M.. or said da v. for tha pu'pose of making
partition f the real estate of tbe said deceased to
and among bis children and legal representatives if
the sasse can be done without prejudice to or spoil
ing the whole, otherwise to value and appraise tbe
same according ta law, at wnici 1 1 in e a n u p i a c ev o'l.
DR. W. II. AVHITMOR,
HAS been in nccesafnl practice xor a nnmosr oi
years, with the experience of tbe different hos
pitals in Europe, also member of the Analytical
Medical Institute of New Yrrk. continues to attend
to all professional cases at bis office No. 823 Filbert
a. Nn nstent Medicines are used or recommended :
the remedies cdministered are those which will not
break cown the constitution, but renovate tne sys
tem from all iniuriea it has sustained from, mineral
medicines, and leave tbe system in a healthy and
perfectly cured condition, , . .
J. uiarcrsM.mii uisireim u,Bt",n:
destrover of health and happiness, undermining the
ron tituti n t.nd veailv carrying thousands to un-
iimely graves, can most emphatically be cured.
4, ftlelancnoiy, Aooerration. inai siaie oi ruina
tion snd weakness oftho mind which renders per-
"sonkincapable.it enjoying the pleasures or perform
ing tne duties oi nie,
5. RHEUM ATIiM.ln anv firm or condition.chron
'la or acute, warranted curable.
6. EPILEPSY, or falling sickness, all chronic ot
stubborn cases of
radically removed ; Sa t Rfceum and every descrip-
lion r ulcerations : riles and acromions aiseases
whirh ham hnfflert nil n'revions medical skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all disease.
lyes Cohsomtio!") can be cured, by, wearing my nieni-
catea jacket, w men is a proteciion u ine iiiuis
against all changes of weather in ail climatess hav
ing tuvciitiented for year the cause and charactar ol
iiilermit;entsTJever and ague) in all parta or the
United States -will cure oermantutl v all chronic or
acute cases of ague and nervous oiseakcs in a few
laocer Cured without .the knife or Drawing
Tape Worm, that dread to the Human Family for
years, can le removed with two or thjea does of
my newly discovered remedy, warranted in all cases.
Consultation in the F-ngtistt and German Languages
iree oi cuarge. win mass visits any oistance. it
desired. May be addrpsse by letter (confidential! v.)
and Medicine . sent with proper directious to hny
part ot the country.
vjr r itci ti o, v-ia r UDertsi. 1'liila.
April 4. I8n(5ly.
The umlersigne'I respectfully informs the citizens
of bloomsburg and Columbia county , that they keep
nil the different numbers of stove coal anj selected
lump coal for smithing purposes, on their wharf, ad
joining McKelvv, Neal tCo's Furnace ; with a good
pair buffalo scales on the wnart.to weign coal, nay ami
straw .ike wise a horse and wagon, to deliver coal
to tftose who desire it. As we purchase a large
amount of coal, we Intend lo keep a superior article.
and sell at the vervloweHlpric.es. Pleae call and
examine for your selves before pOrchaving elsewhere.
j. vv. uiiiN ur-iiS'iur.
THE undersigned will take, in exchange Tor Coal
and Groceries, the following named articles :
Wheat. Kve.Corn.Osta. Potatoes, Lard. Hani. Shou!
der.and aids meat. Butter. Egg. Hay. See, at the
highest cash prices, at his Grocery Htore, adjoining
th'-ir coal yard. J. W. HENDERSHUT.
KlootiitOurg, April 2.', Irttifi. ly.
1 URltAH FOR
THIS WAY FOR BARGAIN
Goods to compare with stringency of the tney
MarNet. l-iook and compare prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Just rail at the favorite business
stand of McMinch & Sh uman. and you will be met
by the oblizlnc Proprietors or their Clerks and shown
l lirough their great variety tore free of charge, of
course, they will jjl ve you a fair chance to .peud your
loose change, they trust much mote profitably inan
it can be spunt elsewhere. Their
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
this Spring is much larger in all Its varieties than
usutl. Thi-lr Ladies Dress Goods are of the nicest
styles n Market. 1 hey have a fine assortment of
Hals, Caps, Hoots and Shoes
Summer Cloths, Casinetf. Caasimersand Vestings
and numerous ariiclrs common m such establish
ments, betides a general assortment of
Queensware and Groceries, all at greatly reduce I
prices. They wuh to conduit iheir business on the
"PAY AS YOU GO"
and they think they can afford to sell very cheap.
They return their thankk for many past favors, and
ak the future patronage of their former customers
uii uic puuuc g LCItll.
McNIN'Cli c SIIUMAN
PiLlY AD BKUTirCL irORK,
THE rid OKl AL BOOS. OF
OF THE REBELLION :
Heroic. Patriotic Political Bomantic. Humorous 4.
Splendidly Illuttroxei teitA ozrr 300 fine Portraits and
This. work for genial humor, tender pathos, start
ling int-rest, arH attractive beauty, stand peerless
and alone aunng all its competitors. Tne Valiant
and Brave Heart-d, the Picturesque and 0ramatic
thi Witty and Marvelous, the Tender and Pathetic.
The ttoll of Fame and Story, Camp, Pi ket, Spy,
Sccut. Bivodac, and si-ge: Startling urprisers.Won.
deiful Escapes. Famous Words and Deeds of Wo
man, and tbe whole Panorama of the War here thri!
Imgly ahd startlingly portrayed ina masterly man
ner. at once historical and romatic, rendering it tho
must ample. brilliant and readable book that the war
has called for'h.
Disabled others and soldiers, tearhcrs. energutic
young men. and all in want of profitable employ
ment. w i.l find thi the best cliaoce to make money
ever yet oiWed. Send for circulars and see our
Aatioiial Publishing Co.
No, 507 Minor Street
April 25. IM.6. 3m.
RUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Medicines, at John R, Irloyer's Drugstore
corner of Main and Market Street. A good assort
PI IRE DRICJS,
Medicines. Taints. Oils and Varnishos. always on
hand , and wil I be sold cheaper than at any other
Ilu g Stor in iwn.
Prescriptions c.refuily compounded at Moyet's
A v er and Jayncs Medicines sold at Moyer's Drug
tVi-hart"s Tar Cordial. Bak?r's Cod Liver O.I,
Winslow's Soothing sfyrup, sold at foyer's Drug
For any reliable patent medicines, call at Meyer's
Leather of all kinds, wholesale and retail, at J. B.
Moyer's Irug Store, Bloom-burg, Pa.
Iti ay 2, leoii. tf.
ItiEU'S IIIEAP GUOILIU
On Main Street. Bloomrbu6.
A l.arge and f omplete assortment of GROCERIFS
rom-lanily on hand., His Mock is composed chiefly
of tbe following articles :
Bice, Hp ice ,
FEED AND PROVISIONS,
ecnsiling of. FLOUR. CHOP. INDIAN MEAL.
HAMS, SHOULDERS, CHEESE, BUTTER., k. EGGS,
together w itb-a grea many other articles, usually
kept in a first-class Grocery Store.
Country produce generally will be taken in ex
change for any articles found in his Store.
C7 The highest market prices will be paid for all
kinds of COUNTRY FUSS. ... t
HEN3.Y GIG ER.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 5b2, 1S68.
GENTsJ WANTEtt FOa
THE LIFE AtfD CAMPAIGNS OF
CJcn. (Atoncwal!) jaclVsoii.
By Prof. R, L. Dabnejr, D. D.. of Va.
The Stanisrd Biography o the immorUl hero. The
only edition authorised by his widow. The author a
personal friend and Chief of Staff of the Chri.tian
Soldier. Carefully revised and corrected by General
K. E. Lee. We want an Agent in every county.
Send for circulars and see our terni.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.
No 507 Minor Street, I biladelpbia- Pa.
5Iay 23, IK.- 1m N PC
&1 Wi) rt:R AI
JLJW azenta every
I UK V4K! We want
wher lo nf
onr improved $40 Sewing Machines. Three new
kinds. Under and upper feed. Warranted five
years. Above salary or large commissions paid.
The ONU Y maenines in the United States for less
than $40, wliicti are fully licensed by Howe. Wheel
er A. Wilson, (irover tc Baker. Si nger Ac Co., and
Kacbelder. All other cheap Machines are Infringe
inenlsand the seller or user are liable to arrest, fine
and imprisonment. Circulars free. Address or rail
upon Shaw Sc. t'laik, Biddeford, Me., or Chicago 111.
Deeember 20, Ifctii. ly.
T7'RAPPING AND MINING PA-
ft PER. Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
per Kills at Mil! Grove, near Bloomrbnrg. Columbia
County, Pa- I am now prepared to fill all orders for
Wrapping, Dry Blasting ana Water Proof Paper, on
abort notice and fair prices. I have opened a ware
boose in Wllken Barre, and appointed Joseph Brown
ot the firm of Krnwn, 5rvt I'ojvv s-tto r?iTo-ij
EW STOVE AND TlN" SHOP.
THE uadarslsned has lost fiiud op, an4 , opettai.
his new , i
STnVR AWD TI1V SXIOP.
. . A ... 4. A lo -n.ke no new
in mis pi ace. wucrs u K1 - k-' - --- t - .
TIN WARE of all kinds in his line, and do repair
ing with neatness and disp iteh P0V,,'
aonablc terms. He also keeps i -- .8TOVE9 1
various patterns and styles, which he wll sell "po"
terms to suit purchasers. ... i. '
h;m . r.ii He is a tooJ mechanic, and
servinf of the pubuc p.txon.g ...
Bloomsburg, May 9. 1868. ly.
ISS ttlZZE PETERMAN,
! ' .1 U.IIm Al ainnmvllHrf IAS
WOUId announce HI mu ioc- . . , .1
the publle.fenerally. that she baa just teceived from
the eastern ci'ies ncr
Mi in? ami summer
Slock ef , . .
nsistirtg of all articf s usually found in first class
iiinm kmrni Hrr sooils are of the best quality
and among the most handsome and cheapest in tha
ini.rket c'all and examine tbeiu for yoursslt's,
Nobody should purchase elsewhere b"forfj eisiriin.
ing Miss Feteriuiu's snck o goods Boone's made
to order, on the shorten not ice. or repaired.
Store on Mam street. 3d dvor below we siora w
Metidenhall Rupert. .
Bloomsburg, May S, I3L0.-11.
JJO ! FOR IIUNSCERGER-S
TUISAUJUtl i fisV-Ki
in BLOOMSB'URG. all you who desVre a snp rlor
article of chewing or smoking tobacco. His cigars
are made up of the finest quality ot tobacco., Every
body in town knows where to go to get a good arii
clc. He will sell at retail or wholesale to 'it 'be
nurchaser.hr. is not i-articular. Hliopkeepers nd
cnemea in wnai iney uuy. rauouii- icjum unci
if you wish to get the wor.h of your money.
(IT-. More on Main Street, a few doors belowth
-American iTo'lse." - -
H, H. ilUnOObKO b K.
May 9. I8r6.3m.
ESPY HOT EIj,
IIy, Columbia Co. Pa.
I'ue undersigned, having become sole proprietor if
I this well known and conveniently located stsnd.
respectfully informs hi friend, and tbe public in
general, that he has put his bouse in complete order
for the acromiiic-datinn of boarders, and for the recep
tion and entertainment of travellers who may feel
disposed to favor it with tbeir cutom. Nn expense
has been spared in preparing this Hotel for the enter -
teintnenl ot guests, and notnmg shall be wanting, on
his p irt. to minister to tb,cir personal comfoiL The
loeation. as well as the building, is a good one, an4
all together is amply arranged to please the public.
Espy. April 11, I8G6. if.
T PRIVATE SALE.
Tlie nnderisigned rfIVrs at Private Sale or exchange
for town property, a TR CT OF LAND situate in
Orange township, midway between Light Street and
Oiangeville, containing about,
it is in a good state of cultivation. 1 tiere is a rood
HOUsb and other, out-buildings on tbe premises ;
also a stream of running water at tbe door.
There is also a good aW MILL with 19 feet fait
water power on tbe tract Adrress John C. Albert
son on tbe premises, or the undersigned atPolkville,
Columbia county. Pa. ,
O" mmediate possession given of ths land and
, D. L. EVERHART.
Orang . Twp. May 9. 18' 6,-tf
C. C. iWAUtt'
wj qmj s-r m m HhP IB
I have opened a new Store at tbe old stand of Da
vid Siroup. on Main street. Bloomsburg, and will
keep on baud a general assortment ef .
Such as Dry Goods. Notions. Groceries, Tin-ware,
Hardware. Cedar and Willow Ware, Drags,
Confectionary. Glass-Ware, Tobacco Hats at
Shoes, Flour, Salt. Fish and Meat : all of
which 1 propose selling at a very low figure far
rarb or produce,
tir Call and see. C. C.MARR.
Bloomsburg, April 18. IP6Q tf.
D EPINEUIL & EVANS.
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors.
No. 435 WALNUT STREET Phu-adeutha.
PATENTS solicited Consultations on EnjineerJng
Draughting and Sketches. Models and Machinery
of all kinds nidi and skllr'ullv attended to. Special
aitention given to KEJtCTED CASES and INTER
FERENCE?. Authentic Copies of all Documents
from Patent trice procured.
N- B. Save yourselves useless trouble and trav
eling expenses a there is no actuai ueed for person,
al interview with us. All busiuea with these Offi
ces can be transacted in writiuc For further tnfor.
mation direct as above, with stamp enclosed for Cir
cular with relcrences. .
April It?, 1806.-ly. J VV. .
THE nndcrsfencd respertfully announces to tbe
public that he keeps constantly on band.albiS
old stand, one door below Lutz's Drug Store.
Oil Cloth, and Paper Window Shades, Cords, Tas
sels and Fixtures, for Pictures., etc.. ot the very
latest njles. and is prepared. to do all kinds of paper
hangins to rrder.
E. J. THORTON:
Ploom.-borg, April 4 1666. tf
Estate of Eleazer H. Hess, late of Centre,
IETTER3 of administration have been granted
by th Rgiter of Columbia ro , to Charles H.
Hesj. of Mifflin township : All persona having claims
against the estate of the decedent, are requested to
make them known to tbe administrator without de
lay ; and those indebted to the estste will make im
mediate paymeut lo
CHARLES U. UZAS.Aim'r.
May 10. 1SC6.-6W.
The under. icned respectfully annonnees that be
has refiitted a shop, in Court House alley, opposite
the Exchange Hoel. where he is prepared lo con
duct the barbering buins In all its branch ea.
The art of coloring whiskers and moustacaes is
practiced by him most, skillfully. He also cleans
clothing, making tbem look: nearly as good as new,
upon the most reasonable terms. Give htm a trial.
!I7 Hair Tonic oi" the very best quality. ued for
clean ng hair, kept conaunlty on hand, and for sale
Bloomsburg. April tS. 1663. tf. - -
j 00,000 SHINGLES & A LA.RGE
LOT OF FENCING BOARDS FOlt
sals. Tbe undersigned pITti for sale upon the
most raonabl term, at his place of business, in
BENTON. COLUMBIA COUNTY, one hundred thou
sand shingles and a-larce lot of fencing boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlock.
J. J. McHENRY.
Benton. May 9, IP66.
The high price of Potatoes warrants a liberal nee
used along the rows or bills, and covered when cnl
tivatinr ; in like manner on corn. Prepared by
WILLIAM EI.L1SA .CO. Chemists," Nos.734 and
7.KJ. Market Street , thiladelphia. and for sale by
A. 6. RENTER. -Vent,
, Bloomsburg. Pa.
May 16. 1:6a. 5m.
FAUMat PRIVATE SALL.
T'HE subscriber offera at Private Sale, a Farm sit
uated in Orange Twp.. Col. co. Pa. J I miles from
Rohrsburg and 3 from Orangeville. containing
ONE HUNDRED AND SIX ACRES,
Sixty of which is cleared and -well improved, tbe
balance is well timbered. There are on the premise .
commodious new buildings a good orchard and a
large young apple and peach orchard, of six yara
growth, beginuing to bear. '
6 ELEANOR KEELER.
6range twp. March 24, 1S66 -
DK. J.R. EVANSi
Physician and SQrgeoo,
nAVINf? lo.rated pprmnert.tly on Main
Street, BLOOMSBURG.. Pi., woold in
form' tbe public generally, that he ispreprared to
attend to all business faithfully and punctually that
may be intrusted to his care, on terms commensa
rate with the times.
H7 He pays strict attention to Surgery as well
Nor .25. 1 863. ly. .
CHAS. Q. BARKLEY,
Allorney at Law,"
DLOOMSBCIIG, COLCMBIA CO.VPA.
Wwvs Y ' s V a s -kS.w v bi as vwaii ss vt W la sjuvitji
County. All legal basinaes intrusted to his