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DEMOCRAT AHD STAR.
:: LOCAL. DEPARTMENT;
BLOOMSBURQ :
Wednesday, June 20, 1866.
; ANSWEB3TO CORBJJSPONDENTS
' ' ' f.: C. W.' -Yours of the 14th insf. , wis re
'ceived, and is satisfactory, but the original
letter could not be found. We suppose it
as destroyed with some refuse paper at the
tune we moved our office.
Orangeville Democrat. We desire
your real name before publishing your com
munication. Notwikh the intent of publish
ing it in connection with your letter, but to
Secure us from fraud or imposition. Your
statements, if correct, are worthy of some
attention. ; . .
Henrie, of Plymouth. You are an entire
rtranger to us; we would like to accommo
date you with our paper, but surely you
)ught to remit the money in-advance.
. George S. We are taught that the
clouds fly from about a quarter of a mile to
a mile high. . :
EST1 Dr. Jacob Schuyler advertises Lum
ber .Yard in this" issue.
JJ Our readers, who address us by letter,
should be careful to notice, each week, our
"answers to correspondents."
t2??C Phestox, merchant, of Rohrs
burg, 13 bound to keep time to the music,
and lead the trade. See his advertisement.
Sy Read J. K. Girton'a advertisement
and you will know where to go to buy goods
and groceries.
SF See advertisement of Ellis' Concen
trated Fertilizer, sold by A. S. Kester. It
is trS to make a large crop of Buckwheat,
if used according to directions;
13- The Poor House Commissioners are
receiving proposals for a farm for the main
tenance and employment of the poor of this
county. .
gfSr The Supervisor of Bloom township
L having the -water-course down Market
Staeet widened and snuglypaved with round
stone. A capital work and badly needed.
rST We understand that the Town Hall,
in this place, which will soon be finished,
will be dedicated to service by holding a Fair ;
and Festival, for the benefit of the German
. Reformed Church.
Our townsmen, Elisiia n. Biggs,
Joint Leacock, and others,are about mak
ing a contract , with parties for the paving
with flag stones, of the side walks in front of
their properties. Would that ever owner
of property on Main Street would follow their
example. "
EST" A; Hartman's Grocery Store is perfectly-
alive. with everything in the grocery
.4ine that is Preset," Choice and Attract
ive. Examine his goods and you will find
that they cannot be surpassed for Style,
Variety and Loicness of 'price.
A span of fine brown horses belong
ing to Jacob Arwinetook fright while tied
to a post in this place, and broke loose and
run-away, demolishing several panels of Sam
uel Mellick's yard fence, breaking the wagon
and so severely injuring one of the horses that
it is not expected to recover.
Sarsapariixa vrrrn Iodide of Lime.
There is no intelligent physician in the coun
try who will not approve of this medicinal
combination. It associates some of the most
Taluable agent3 known to modern science,
and is worthy the attention of invalids wher
ever it can be procured. It is advertised in
our paper to-day.
J The Stockholders of the "Blooms
burg Literary Institute" met on last Satur
day, in the Grand Jury Room, and after
transacting Some business, with considerable
discussion they adjourned, to meet at the
same place on next Friday, at 1 o'clock P.
M. The question of location is not yet de
cided. " , .
S Our Catawissa friend, John Gord
NER, favored us on Monday last, with eight
quarts of the largest, ripest and sweetest
rtrawberries we ever tasted in this town.
We have been in the habit of buying our
strawberries of parties in Bloom sburg, but
we must confess that Catawissa is ahead in
this article of fruit.
JST" Our readers will save themselves a
great deal of money, in the course of a year,
if their will be careful to natronize the basi-
. ness men who advertise. We speak from
experience in this town, and our friends will
find it so in the end. There are tricksters
in every kind of business who deceive for
awhile. Read our a'dvertiaements and you
will know where to go.
ifear what the local editor of the
Patriot and Union says of one of our young
m Columbia County Democrats:
Personal. We are g!a:l to notice upon
bur streets Col. Wellington II. Ent, of Co
lumbia County. Col. Ent is one of tho
ablest young men in the State, and wa3 one
of the most gallant soldiers of the late y. ar.
He is v!rmly devoted to Democratic pri aci-
Sles, and enthusiastic in his support of our
istinguished nominee, Hiester Clymer.
tLV Make your business suit to come to
town on next Saturday, and you can see the
great' street display of Howes' European
Circus . gratis. Our office is up stairs, on
Main Street, has an entire glass front, with
opening doors what a magnificent opportu
nity to pay the Printer and see the show. If,
kfter witnessing the exhibition on the streets,
you desire to pay fifty cents, and see the Cir
cus, we have rid objections, but really trunk
you had bettergive it to the poor Printer who
furnishes you with a new paper every week.
tT Dr. J, d. Harrison, of this town,
has placed his colt, ".Wild Warrior," in
charge of our friend Jackson Dteler, of Mt
Pleasant towns-hip, for the purpose of hav
ing ii used to tke various services of man.
We understand that the" Doctor has lately
been offered nine hundred and fifty dollars
for this blooded colL
Mr. Breler's" patience is well adapted to the
breaking of co!t3 and we know" him to have
inuch experience ia the business. Surely the
Doctor hza made a irhe move in cornrarttlns
tgL. We desire that all subscriptions to
the Star of the North be immediately
settled. . W. H. Jacob y.
BST" Our friends who are taking interest
in furnishing us with local news, will please
accept our thanks.
S?" By reference to our candidate column
it will be seen that the list ia still increas
ing; 3?" lt Had the election been held on the
poor house question," we have repeatedly
heard remarked, "two or three weeks ear
lier, half the townships or more would have
accepted the bill." How it came that a large
number of petitions, numerously signed by
citizens of the different townships, were sent
to the Legislature, praying for the passage
of the very law they rejected at the polls,
we can't understand ! Some of the very
men that placed their names to the petitions
were the most ardent opposcrs of the bill
when it came before the people !
rST" What has become of that old life
long Democrat who used to stand in the
Republican office and deal out, at retail and
wholesale rates, slander and abuse of the
Democratic party ? He came quite , handy
to the editor of that paper. Scarce an is
sue of his paper appeared that did not con
tain some invaluable information for his
poor, deluded readers. He used to tell how
the ranks of the Democracy were breaking
arid falling fast to pieces, and of how much
dissatisfaction existed in the party. Suppose
he fixup a life-long Republican, or in other
and more appropriate words, a life-long Ab
olitionist, and tell his readers what sad havoc
the Johnson men are making in his party,
how Andrew Johnson is making them "loy
al," and what their chances are for electing
No Prefix Geary Governor of this State.
. Gold is quoted at 170. This is not
now the result of inflated currency. Govern
ment is retrenching the circulation, and in
proportion gold and the currency should ap
proximate, but they do not ; why? It is ac
counted for in the fall of government securi
ties in Europe. It is said that $75,000,000
of five-twenties will be returned to this coun
try from Germany this month. , This will be
felt in the nominal rise in the price of gold.
while the bonds will remain pretty much as
now quoted, thus throwing the apparent de
preciation upon the currency. While the
government was in the full tide of greenback
printing, government bonds kept pace with
gotd, and paper depreciated. When gov
ernment ceased and promised retrenchment,
then gold fell and the ' circulating medium
rose. Now, if the current continues, there
will bea wider margin between gold and bonds,
and still a wider one between gold and the
currency.
27 "It is by no means a pleasant duty"
for the editor of the Republican, downtown,
to give up the office of Revenue Assessor.
That's what's the matter. It is no difficult
taak for him to abuse Andrew Johnson, for
he never liked him any too well. In the first
place, Mr. Johnson's past political record
ii too Democratic for the Republicans to ap
plaud ; and in the next place, his leniency
towards southern gentlemen is something
they cannot sanction. He has a mind of
his own, and docs not allow corrupt men to
do his thinking, which is more than could be
said of hi3 predecessor, who allowed himself
t be handled and shaped as the potter would
hi day. This is what troubles the Black
Abolitionists at this time. They cannot use
the President to destroy the Government,
the job they undertook while his predecessor
lived, but mu-t support his "policy," other
wise off goes their heads. " To oppose the
President is treason" and that, too, worries
them I
The Senipr editor of this paper offers for
sale an "order" given by Grovesteen & Co.",
of New York, to the amount of one hun
dred dollars, to be applied as part pay
ment on one of their three hundred dollar
Piano Fortes, which we will dispose of
upon the most reasonable conditions. This
firm has the reputation of making the best
instruments in this country. Their instru
ments received premiums at the World's
Fair held in England, the United States
Fair at Chicago, and the Great Exhibition
in New York, a few years since. They sell
at prices ranging from $300 to $."00. Any
person wishing to purchase a first-class Pi
an"), the most improved and beautiful, will
do well to purchase our "order" ou Grove
steen & Co., New. York.
Sj-Singular Suicide. -On Monday last,
near Light Street, Mr. George L. Johnson,
a man well known in this count)', committed
suicide by shooting himself with a pistol.
The facts given us, by a friend from the
place where it happened, are as follows : It
appears that he had considerable money
stolen from him at different times and places,
which caused him much trouble, and at times
lie seemed to suffer from a derangement of
the intellect, and on last Monday his wife
noticed, in his conduct, symptoms of insan
ity. He told his wife that he had found a
nice jKstol, and they went together up stairs
to find it, but failed, and both came down
stairs again. After going up stairs the third
time to look for the pistol he produced it
and said, "it is loaded," his wife insisting
t'aat he should discharge it out of the win
dow, or, let her. lie refused to comply with
her request, but said he would go down and
let one of the boys shoot it off. While going
down the steps he pointed the pistol to his
breast fired killing himself instantly.
EST The march of improvement is stead
ily going forward in this place : A. M. Ru
pert is building an extension to his already
large Tin and Stove Shop, on Main Street,
below Market.
Dr. Jacob ScnxrrLER is erecting an ad
dition to his new brick house, on the corner
of Fifth and Centre Streets.
Dr. H. C. Hower is putting in an entire
new glass front in his store room occupied
by Henry Glger, on Slain Street This im
provement will add much to the appearanee
of the building, besides make the store room
more pleasant.
Mr. PniNXAS Welsh is bui'MIf"? a frame
We see notice in the Harrisburg
Patriot and Union, that an informal meet
ing of the "boys in blue," from every county
of the State, favorable to tbe election of
Hiester Clymer, will be held in Harris
burg, on Thursday the 28th inst. At this
meeting arrangements will bo made for the
holding of a regular Clymer. Soldiers' Con
vention, at such time and place ns may seem
most suitable. A g3od turn-out is anticipated.
We would suggest the sending of a couple
of Delogates from this county. We have
a good representation of Soldiers in this
county and Clymer men at that. Let our
Colonels, Captain Lieutenants and Ser
geants, take the initiative steps in this
matter, and send representatives to the in
formal meeting on the 28th. The holding
of a Soldiers' Convention is a good idea and
should be carried out. It is to counteract
the Pittsburg concern held by the Gearyites.
Fairs and Festivals.
The . Ladies' Fair and Festival, lately held
at the Hartman Building, for the benefit of
the Presbyterian Church, was liberally pa
tronized. Undoubtedly the Presbyterians
were deserving of this generosity, as they
have not, for a long time, resorted to this
mode of receiving money for the support of
the church. Of late these church Fairs and
Festivals have become a raging epidemic in
our land, keeping church members, both
old and young, almost constantly employed,
notin the christ-like work of redeeming fallen
man, but inlnanufacfhring material for these
toy-shops, which go to grace the churches
and members with external gifts and baubles.
We hope the pastors of the different churches
of this place, will attend to this business,
and not let these church Fairs and Festivals
become one of those offensive subjects of
intemperance.
MARRIED.
At the Presbyterian Church, in Blooms
burg, on Wednesdav, the 13th inst., by Rev.
D. J. Waller, Mr. F. E. Barber, of Towan
H, Bradford County, to Miss II. Amelia
Robison, of the former place. No cards.
In Berwick, on the 21th of May, 1SGG. bv
Rev. A. R. Ilottenstcin. 31 r. John W. Mil
ler, to Miss Julia A. Hagenbuch, both of
Centre township, Columbia County.
At Orangeville, by Rev. Nathaniel Spear,
Mr. Moses McIIenry to Miss Elizabeth Mc
llenry, Loth of Fi-hingcreck.
''At the' house of D. A. Beck lev, on the
T.h inst., by Rev. R. K. Wil-on. Mr. Win.
II. Hunter and Miss Kate H. Beckley, all
of this place.
In Bloonisburg, on the 12th ult., by Rev.
J. R. Dim in, Mr. John Pugh and Miss
Dana Scott, both of Light Street, Columbia
County.
On the 2d int, by the same, Mr. Chas?
Mufiley and 3Iiss Catharine Brumstetlcr,
both of Light Street, this county.
DlED.
In Bloomsburg, on Friday morning, June
15th, 1806. Helen, youngest child of John
G. & Maggie W. Freeze, aeed 3 years and
14 days.
M. M. TllAUGH,
ATTO tl KIT-A T-L, W,
BL O OMSB UR G, Ru
Will pra ctico in lha ccvrral Courts of Columbia
and aijnjninc counties.
Xf All Colleciioai proucptly atlea la J to.
June 20. ISUo. .
UMBER ! LU3IBER !
A new Lumber Yard in Bloomahurg,
THE unifersifned would respectfully inform thnse
in want of lumber that he contjoues to manufac
ture and keeps on hand t good supply or building
andfencinsm.tori.il, at l is c-Muenrr, a short dis
tance north of the depot, ivbicli he nff 'rs for sal at
ren onable rates. JACOB eCIICYLElJ..
Bluoniftburg, June SO, I -(6.
Ii
LOOMSBUKU FANCY TllIMMISG
AND BOOK STORE,
Second dcor below Hartruaa's Main Street.
Just received a tie w stock of
ZKfH V BS, WOOLEN AND COT
TON YABNS, CORSETS.
I. ACES, EMBKOIDESItS,
MUSLIN, EDGIIIGS, DRLr-d
TRIMMINGS,
aud every variety of articles usually kept ia a
FAX CY STO K 12.
A'snScimol Books. Uyu n Books, Bibles, Sunday
School Bonks, and a large It t of
31 ISC ELL A XE O US B 0 OKS,
Account and Memorandum Books, Blank Deeds.
Bonds and Mortgages, and a general and well-selected
assort meLt of I'apt r, Envelopes, &e.
A. D. WEBC.
Blooini-burg, June 23. 185. -'.f
G
REAT ATTRACTION
AT
carrr
ttKOCfiKY STOK12.
THE undersigned Ims leave to announce to the
cilizono ( It loom h 11 I K and tin surrounding
country that he keeps rontlan ily on hand at his old
stand, on th soulii east corner of Main and Iron sts.,
a pr.'uie lot of
GREEN A XD BLA CK TEA S,
Coff.;e. Su?ar. Syrups. Tobacco. Cigars. Dried Fruit,
Coal Oil. snuff. Spices, Butter. Erss. I.ard
Cheese, Dried Beef, Crackers. Drugs. Parlor .
and Hand Lamps, faints of all kinds,
aud paint brukhes. Dye fluffs. I)r
tiooils. Calicoes, Cloths for boy's
wear. oaps, Plour, Chop, .
Queensware, lass. Put
ty. Salt. Fish. Meat,
Candies Bickets,
Brooms,
Hosiery, Books, Writing Paper. Ink,. TUrdVare,
rocket Knives. C'w.nbs. sic. ttc. ice.
fie keeps in fact everything opperiamiug to a Crst
class
Grocery anil Variety Store.
He is determined nol to be undersold. All kinds of
produce taken at the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
Having jutl received anew tor.k. the peop le are
earnestly invited to call and sati fy themselves. H-v
strict attention to business, be hopes not only to rts
lain his pa;rona?: but to i.icr ;ae iu He feels thank,
ful for past favors, and with many years experience
in the business, he feels confident he can reuder sat
isfaction to all who fav or him wit h their pat r ounce.
JOHN K tilhTOX,
Bl lomsburg. June 29, lStiG.
JUBLIC SALE
OF
Valuable Ileal Estate.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Columbia county, l'a on
SATl'ttOAY.TllE 30MI OF JUNE. 1800,
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. John Gordner and Thos.
tackboue, Eiecutors of Thomas rlackhoiir, Lite
of Pine townfbip. in said county, deceased, will ex
pose to sale, by public vt-ndu ;, at the public tiodse of
Jubn Leggot, in tola, a certain
TRACT OF LAND,
situate in Tine township. Columbia county, adjoin
iMjt lands 'of Ifamuel flackhnune and George Hack
hvu?e ou the north, Abraham Young and Robert Rus
sel on the east. Eaelnel Crotsley and Wm. Widen
hammer on tbe south, and the county line on tbe
west, containing
317 ACRES AND 150 PERCHES,
strict measure, of which about one hundred acres it
improved land ; there is erected id the premises a
ore story and a half Dwelling Houfe, two Log Barns,
aad an apple orchard ; late thu estate of said deceas
ed, situate in the town shin o Pine and county
aforesaid. JESS1I COLEMAN, Clerk.
COJfDITlOjfS OF SALE : Ten per cent of one
fourth of the parchase money to be paid by the pur
chaser upon the strikingon of the property ; one
fourth of the purchase moner less ten per cent., to
be paid Wpoa the confirmation f sale Nisi. The res
idue of the purchase no y ia one year f romconlir
matiun Nisi with inteiest.
mm
ft
TRIUMPHANT RETURN
OF
S. B. HOWE'S
GREAT
EUROPEAN CIRCUS !
THE MOST COVpr.RTB ET'fASTRI
an establishment
the Would uaslver seex.
Compriine within
ITS ENORMOUS COMPANY
ALL THE sREiT
ESO.HESTRI AN PERFORMERS OF
ENGLAND tc t'oVTlNENTAL
EUROPE,
numbering nearly
ONE HUNDRED
31 ALE & FEMALE ARTl STS
The puh'ie are respertfuMy inform
ed that this immense EsLab'isluiient
will open in
BLOOM SBURG,
Saturday, June 23, '66.
GRAND EXHIBITIONS '
BOTH V.I Y AA'D KrEJVA Q.
A Grand Gratuitous Exhibition, con
siFtinsof a
GORGEOUS STREET DISPLAY
AND
MAGMFICKNT PAGEANT.
More brilliant than ever beheld since
the days of chivalry or the splendors
of ihe t'i-ld of tbe Cloth of Gold, in
which will appear the
GRAND CHARIOT OF POLL'S.
With M. V. EDGAR'S OPERA BAND
followed by the
MASSIVE TABLEAU CAR,
COitVEYrKO A
THE OPEN STREETS,
and upon which will be formed a
Classic Tableau VIvanL This Peri
paieti- Tirture w ill he followed hv
NEPTt'NK'S SF. CHARIOT. TUB
CHINESE CHARIOT OF CONFU
CIUS, the Massive Cages of Lions fc
other chariots, carriazes aid ears of
ex'i'iis'tn workmanship, drawn by the
magnified.! stud of
FOREIGN HORSES,
m
and succcedeJ by the
WHOLE TROUPE OF ARTISTS IN
Costume, including the
MOST BEAUTIFUL LADY RIDERS
IX THE WORLD I
and a stud of
SHETLAND POMES PRXWINGTI-
u TAM vi Cll A K to t .
The whole forming the most dazzling
display ever seen on mis
Continent.
CROCKETS DEN
OF
WILD J- FEROCIOUS
JLIOXS !
LT' T -T' -4 1
Will be exhibited at each performance
MR. PIERCE,
who will enter the
DEN OF LIONS,
and exhibit his astnnishinr mannetic
power over the monarchs df the. des
ert and jungle by causing them to go
through a variety of thrilling evolu
tions. JAMES DE MOTT,
The gteat European Science and Char
ter Eider
CHARLES REED,
The Renowned Principal Trick Rider
and Suiunicrsauliidt,
Mr. T. WATSON",
The great Shakespearian Equestrian.
THE BELMONT r.OlHERS,
(Tour in nnnibef .)
The Great Gymnastic. Acrobatic, and
Anbalhroulic Performers
LAZELLE & KING,
Tha accoinp!ihed Posturers and Ac
robats.
LITTLE MAC.
The Wonderful Man Monkey and
Loinic Kider.
Ainonethe
BEAUTIFUL
LADY RIDERS,
The managers with pleasure point
M'LLE JOSEPHINE,
Lately the Pet of the Parisian Pub'ic.
MISS LUCY WATSON,
L'E-iiiestrinne Angiaise.frora the prin
cipal arenas of Ensland. and late of
Ast'cy's Amphitheatre,
TgH MISS GRACE BELLA1R,
W4 n,e Accomplished American Ft male
Rider.
M'LLE NATALIE BLANCHE
'r i The Australian tquei-trienne.
A I SEXORA PAKEPA,
-HThe Beautiful ennese. from the
Cirque l. Mark. Venice-
'iM wm. hallowav,
The Renowned linler. I.eaper ana ln
nuuieiabl; Sumuiertault
Thrower.
S3 a ! Ha !
"UEKEWE ARE AGAIN !"
SAM LONG,
The Great American Jester and Side
, . 1 JJ Ut.t 1 Ul.ll-.ini " w . .
y-,) tieigiis of the union.
U. W 1LLLA31H,
The Great Writish r unniciis, whose
jokes are as familiar to tbe Cockneys
ut L.ouuon asine souun 01 ouwutiu
JONXY MAC,
K- Who never dares to be as funnv as he
cau be, tor tear 01 aisasirous
cou sequences-
In addition to the.e distinguished
names the Troupe comprises uiauy
otoers. bes-ide-i a
DOUBLE TROUPE
fcVWXASTSs
Whose combined talents will be
brought into requisition in a irand
series of Acrobatic and Gly
maslic evolutions, emitted
THE KEIMUIf", ARABS.
The beautiful Trained Horse.
'CANARY"
Will be introduced by
MR. WILLIAM ORGAN.
Mr: WALTER WATERMAN,
Will introduce and perform hisTroupe
of K'-nutifi'l
a..-, l TRICK P'J.MES,
v fc. r t i np ronie 01 tne oranu i ute.iuu
iS will be civeh bereaiier.
A 1
rpHENEW
Mrin Sc Summer Jledicinc.
COMBINED WITH
IODIDE OF LIME,
PREPARED FOR
G. W. PETTE3. BOSTOX.
By "
JAMES It. NICHOLS & CO.
M i u vfactu ring Ci on isls,
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
ELIXIR PERUVIAN BARK
WITH
Protoxide of Iron,
Which has become so favorably known as a
TOJWC jJYf RESiVRATirE.
By Physicians and Invalids in all parts of the coun
try.
The new preparation. "Sarsaparilla In combina
tion with Iodide of Lunq, presents one of the most
prompt alterative agents, in a form capable of exert
ing full action upon the system, and this in minute
and pleasant doses. It is conceded that the altera
tive, resolvent, or tonic etlL-cls ut iodine are exert
ed most decidedly w,.en ntisoniitcd with other alter-
anves. in coinbiHution ; and the Sarsapartlla secnib
to fulfill perfectly all the favorable requisitions.
1 he hrst riiect usually observed wlivjn
"SARSAPAK ILLA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
is taken, i.-i an Increase of appetite showinc that it
has tonic properties of a marked character. Its al
leratrve elfects are maniTest iu its ready combina
tion with the blood oci-l tissues Pule, scrofulous
women and children improve rapidly under its use,
and the vital functions assume a nealthv condition.
It is admirably adapted to a larce number of chron
ic or acute alTi ilions peculiar to children It is suit
ed to them both by the mildness and efficiency of
medicinal elT.:rl and the pleasant, altrarlive form of
the remedy. It may be given for a Ion period where
constitutional influences are deired, and no repug
nance, or ilisiiiclinat on to take lite syrup, encoun
tered, lu White-siwelliiiEs. llio-Joint Disease, and
distortions of the Spiue.it should b; given persist
ently, in moderate dotes, until reliet is obtained.
Ill the Spring of the Year, and during the
Warm Heather,
the accumulation of morbid matters in tbe system
seems to become manifest and very troublesome Las
situde, Ilcanache, Boils, Costiveuess, Loss of Appe
tite, Pjiiis in the Joints, Indigestion, etc.. are very
common. Nothing ever devised is better adapted to
exterminate or drive otfthese affections than tins ne w
combination of SA RS Al'ARILLA Wll'H IODIDE
OF LIMB.
JY0 preparation like it, or tchuk approximates to i;.c an
Altera tire, or Blood Purifier,
hat erer before been placed tritiiu the reach of invalids.
liUeeu. ii is an entirely new and scientific combina
tion, in no refjecl resembling anything hilbuilo eui-
ploveu.
I he opinion of medical men concerning it the de
scription of its chemical character, therapeutic val
ue, manner of use, etc., are given i.i a circulir.
which can be had at the sl.ro of ai.y and all tirst-
clats DriJKi.iU.
ZD" oid in Bloonisburg. wholesale ant' retail, bv
Ey. r M.-yer, and all Druggists
June t, InoL. Um.
Jj EAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Estate of William Robison, deceased,
li Valuable ii$.i.e.s Stands,
On Main Street. Bloomtburg, adjoining the Court
House ana nearly opposite the Exchange Hotel,
TWO SMALL HOUSES AND LOTS,
on Ridge Alley, known as the "Spring i ots
ONE HOUSE AND LOT.
on Rock Street. Also TIMBER LAND in Jay town
ship. Elk cunty.
ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED ACRES,
well timbered with White Piue and Heailock, gojd
rarimiig land .
lha above property will be offered at
PRIVATE SALE,'
until the 1st of AUGUST next, on which day, if not
sold, will be oiTere I at
PUBLIC SALE
on the premises, near the Court House, at lOo'clook
A.M.
CC7 Apply to the subscribers, or to Miss Iabell a
Robison, Kloomthiirs. i'a.
A Ll X. HimiHIV. Maucb Chunk. ) .
A PARDEE, Hazlctun. j tx "'
June G, IftiG. ts
BV virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Erponat
ami fieri fiuiu tome directed, issued out of the
Ct urt f Common Heas of Columbia County, will
be expofrd to rublic sale, at the Court House, in
I looiii-hur2. on Tuesday, the -lith day of June, I.-Mi,
at I o'clock. In the afternoon, the following describ
ed teal estate, to wit ;
A certain tract of land, situate in 3'i?arloaf town
ship. Columbia County, rontamins MiVKNTY-SIX
.M.'UES more or less, bounded ou the south by lands
of Joshua lless. on the we-1 by lan. Is of David Kcrh
er. on the north by lands of Jeremiah lless. and on
the east by lands of James Roherts, whereon is
erected an old log barn with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the
property of Jjmes fickle in the hands of his admin
istratrix Jauc tickles.
A I. SO
A certain farm and tract of land situate in Cat.-iwls-
sa twp.. Columbia county, bounded on the Foti.h bv
I units of uinirei Millard, and other lauds of J. P.
Finener. on the west bv t.mdof Solomon Ilelwii. on
the North by land of Benjamin lleiber and others.
and on the east by land of Tench Coxe s heirs, con
tainins KIGIITY-NINE A' RES. nnd cue hundred
and twenty-nine perches, whereon is erected a log
barn ; bbwjt sixty acres of which is improved land.
A LSO
One other farm and tract of land sit late partly in
Cms irsa and partly in Franklin tnps.. Columbia
county, bounded on the east Uy land of John t?co.t
and on the ea-t bv land of John t-'coit and ljud of
ary lleaco' k. en the vet by land of Mary ileacock,
and l.m.l of Hiram J. Kenner. aim on the North by a
public roMd and land of llir.nn J. Reader : rouiaiiilnjr
JfKVEXTY SIX ACRES and one hundred and five
perches hereon i tr i( d a two tturv brir.k dwell
ing house a lop barn an apple aud peath orchard,
and all improveu land.
ALSO
One other lot of land itu.He paitly in Catawin,
and partly iu I rankliu tu ps.. I 'oltimbi.i county , bound
ed on tii! Eolith by laud of John l!i h.-ir.ls, on the
West umi N'oith by l ul l of Mary lleaiock. and on
the Last by land of John S.-ott, containing FIFTEK.N
ACKKS, all improved land but without buildings,
Willi the appurtenances.
ized. tuken in cxecuiinn and to be sold s the
property of Jcremiail P. Fiueher and AbelThomas.
SAMULL HN YDfcR, sheriu".
May 30. IcCC ts.
"""MOCEIUES AND
EPH. ELVTEI.L. having boupht L. Runyon's PRO
VISION STORE is now prepared to fell Grocer
ies at Whole sale or Retail, as Cl'cap as the Ccap-
""here" you cax fs.d
SUGARS, 1KAS. COFFEKS.
SYUITS. SPICES, CRACKERS,
STARCH. SODA. CORN STARCH.
DRIED FRUIT. CANNED FRUIT,
'A'OODEN-WARE. FLOUR FIH,
BEANS. ONIONS, &c.
EPH. W. ELWLLL.
ISIoomsburg Eeb 14, IfOu.
Iut:cu in. Kailitiuit.
In the vi'itlcr of the Estate of Frederic!:
H'js. late of Sugarloof township, Colum
bia covtihj, deceased :
T" Juremiah lies. Thomas Hess. Asa IIes. Aman-1.-i
Klitio. Krei'eticli lies; l.iiry Ann trhultit Maria.
Sarah .and Helm ia ll"s.u lin hav! for tli ir Cuard lan
I'avi'l Ltwis, ILuiiin'i Heudershol, Citharine Brink,
Sarah Lew is, Elizabeth lless. and Mary lless. heirs
and legal representatives of Frederick lless, deceas
ed You and each of you will take notice that an inquest
will be held at the late dwelling house of Frederick
lie. s. deceased, in the tnjvnslip of Suzarloaf. county
of Columbia, on WEDNESDAY, Til E I1TH DAY of
JUL , IfWi. bet wef ii hours ol 9 o'clock. A, M , and 4
o'clock P. M.. of said tlav for the pu'pose of making
partition ( the real estate of the said deceased to
and among his children and legal represent Hives i f
the same can be done without prejudice lo or spoil
ing the whole, otherwise to value and appraise the
same according to law, at wbicl time and place you
are required to attend if you think proper.
tfAMUEL SNYDER, thcrij.
June fi.lFCG.- 4w.
AelEKiiiaifetia.or's Aoliuc.
Estate of George Pfeil, late of Orangetovcn
aliip, deceased.
LETTERS of administration on the estate ofGeo
I'feil, late of Orange township, Columbia county,
have been granted, by the Register of said county, to
Samuel Everett, who resides in Oranpeville. towng
ship and coonty aforesaid. All person's havin
rlaims against the estate of the decedent are reques
ter to present tnem to the administrator for settle -ment,
and those indebted lo tbe estate will make
immediate payment to
SAMUEL EVERETT, Adm'r.
Orange twp. June 6. IeG6. Cw
SAMUEL KNORR,
ATTOS:1EY-AT-XjAW.
CLC03ISBUnG, Y.
Office ever Hartman Store, oppotite Post 0$c
DR. W. II. WHITMORj
HAS been la anccessful practice for a nnmber.or
vears. with the experience of the different hos-
pital m Europe, aiso uieiuii
Medical Instiruteof New V rk, contijues i to attend
to all professional cases at hit office No. 82a riibert
Street, Philadelphia, ;
2. No patent Medicines are used or recommended ;
the remedies administered are those which will not
break cown the constitution, but renovate the sys
tem from all injiirlea It has sustained from mineral
medicines, and leave the system in a healthy and
perfectly cured condition,
3. DYSPEPSIA, that distressing disease and fell
destroyer of health and happiness, anderiniuing the
con-tituti n cod yeaily carrying thousands to un
timely graves, can most emphatically be cured.
4. Melancholy, Abberration. that slate ot Allna
tion and weakness of the mind which renders per
sons Incapable ot enjoying th$ pleasures'or perform
ing the duties of life, , , .
a. RHEUMATISM, in any form or condition.chron
ia or acute, warranted curable.
t. EPILEPSY, or falling sickness, all chronic oi
stubborn cases of
FEilI A IjsE DISEASE
radically removed ; Sa t Rheum and every descrip
tion of ulcerations : Piles and scrofulous diseases
which have baffled all previous medical skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all diseases,
(yes Consumption) can be cured by wearing my Medi
cated Jacket, which is a protection to the lungs
against all chances of weather in all climates hav
ing tnvesticated for year the cause and character ol
intermit'ents (fever and ague) in all parts of the
United States will cure pennant ntly all chronic or
acute cases of ague aud nervous piseabs in a few
days.
tuiicer Cured without the knife or Drawing
lliooil.
Tape Worm, that dread to the Human Family for
years, can l.e removed with two or thjee doses of
ny newly discovered remedy, wariauied in all cases.
oiisul tiilion in the English and Gerninn Languages
free of charge. Will make viMts any distance, if
desired. Hay be address by letter (confidentially.)
and vlediclne sent with proper directions to fcny
part ol the country.
OFFICE 'o, 923 Filbert St. Pbila.
April 4. lFWir. ly.
A III).
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens
of liioonifbii rg and Columbia county , that they keep
s II the different numbers of stove1 coal an J selected
lump coal for smiiliiug purposes, ou their wharf, ad
joining .McKelvv, Neul it Co's Fur u are ; with a good
pair liutl.ilo scales on llie wnari.to weign coal. nay ana
straw likewise a horse anil wagon, to deliver coal
to those who desire it. As we purchase a large
amount of coal. We Intend to keep a superior article.
ard sell at the very lowest prices. I'lcae call and
examine for your selves before purchasing elsew here.
j. w. iibUbiiiM.
AUGUSTUS MASON.
'HE undersigned will take, in exchange for Coal
S onu ro.eries, tne lonuw ing iijuicu mui ir.
Wheat. Kye, Corn. Oats. Potatoes, Lard, Ham.Shnul
.1 .. J . . I I...... 11. if r f mt till
uer.Hiiu sine iiMiai, uuuli. a.
highestcash prices, at his Grocery Store, adjoining
theircosl yard. J. W. HENDERSHuT.
i.iuonit-Durg, nprn , inoo. i.
T I Ulill All run
JUL
CATA1VISSA.
THIS VAY FOR BARGAINS
Goods to compare with stringency of the Money
MarKet. Look and compare prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Jiibt call at the favorite business
stand of McN'mch tc Sh uman. , and you will be met
by the obliging Prrpriel ors or their Clerks and shown
through their great variety More free of charge. of
course, they w ill i ve you a fair chance to jetid your
loose change, they trust much moie profitably than
it can be spent clsew here. Their
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in all Us varieties than
usml. Their Ladies Dress Goods areof the nicest
styles n Market. They have a fine assortment of
Hats, Caps, ItooN:w)I Shoes,
Summer Cloths, CasinrU, Cassimers and Vcstings,
and numerous articles common to mcll establisli
Uiculs, betides, a general assortment of
HARDWARE, TINWARE,
Queensware and Groceries, all at greatly reduce!
prices. They with to conduct their but-iness ou the
s stem, of
"PAY AS YOU GO"
and they think they ran alTord to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for many past favors, and
a-k the future patronage of their former customers
aud the public g ncrally.
McNINCIl fc SI1UMAN.
May 1C, l Jr.G tf
A
UE.VfS WAITED
ror ocr
EY AM) BKUTIFCL r0RK,
THE PICTORIAL HOOK OF
OF THE REBELLION I
Heroic, Patriotic Political Romantic. Humorous it
Tracical,
Splendidly J tfr sir axed irit hover 300 n rerlTcili and
beautiful Engraciugs.
This work fir genial humor, tender pathos, start
ling interest, and attractive beauty, stand peerless
and alone among all its competitors. The Valiant
and llrave Hearted, the Picturesque and Dramatic
the Witty and Marvellous, the Tender nnd I'athetic.
The Itoll of Fame and Story. Camp, Pi ket, Spy,
Scout. I'.ivouac, and siege: Startling Surprisers.Won-
deiful Escapes. Famous Words and Deeds ofWo-
mau. and the whole Panorama of the War here thri!
Iini'lv ah. I startlmgly portrayed ina masterly man
iter, at once historical and roma'ic: rendering it the
most ample. brilliant and readable book that the war
has called forth.
Disabled officers and soldiers, teachers, energetic
vouhe men. and all in want of profitable employ
meut. wi.l find this the best chance to make money
ever yi t on red. tend for circulars and see our
terms. Address,
JntioiiaI PiitjliIiiii Co.
No, 507 Minor Street
PHILADELPHIA,
April 25. I C6. 3m.
T)
HUGS, DRUGS, D11UGSJ.
I'ure Medicines, ot John R. Mover's Drug Store
corner ot .Main and Market Streets. A good assort
ment ol
fUKE HRIK-S,
Me. hemes. Faints. Oils and Varnishos, always on
ham; , and w i! I be sold cheaper Uian at any other
Dn g Store i:i 1111.
QUALITY GUARANTEED.
1'rescrit'tions caicfully compouuded at Moycr's
Urns Store,
Ayrrs and Jayncs Medicines sold at Moyer's Drug
Store.
Wi-hart's Tar Cord ill. Baker's Cod Liver Oil,
Window's Soothing Syrup, sold at foyer's Drug
Store.
For any reliable patent medicines, call at Moyer's
Drug Store.
Leather of all kinds, wholesale and retail, at J. R.
Moyer's I'ruc Store, liluoiiitburg, l'a.
May i!, lrno. if.
G
lULli'S ( II LAI (sKOCLlU7
AND
P HO VISION STORE
On Main Street. l:ioomLurg.
A large and complete assortment of GROCERIFS
rnm-tantly on band. Mis Mock is composed chiefly
of the follow ing crudes :
Sugar, Molasses,
Teas, Coffee,
Rice, Spica,
Fish, Salt,
Candies, Tcyst
Nations, c-j
FKKn AND PKOVISIONS,
consistinc of. FLOUR. CHOP. INDIAN-MEAL,
HAMS, SHOULDERS. CHEESE. BUTTER. t EGGS,
togi iher withagrta' many other articles, usually
kept in a rim-class Grocery Store.
Country produce generally will he tkken In ex
change for any articles found in his Store.
ZD' The Inchest market prices will be paid for all
kind, of COUNTRY FURS.
11 EN R Y GIGER.
Eloomf-burg, Feb. 2i, 18CG.
GENTS WANTED FOli
THE LIFE AND" CAMPAIGNS OP
Gen. (Monexvall) Jackson,
By Trof. R. L. Dabney, D. D.. of Vs.
The Standard Biography ol the immortal hero. The
only edition authorized by his widow. The author a
personal friend and Chief or Staff of the Christian
Soldier. Carefully revised and corrected by General
It. E. Lee, We want an Agent in every county.
Send for circulars and see our ternM.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.
No 307 Minor St ret, I hiludelpnia. la.
May 23. IrtiC- rin N P C
-j frnia l'11 Y.4lt! We Whiit
r-LOvU amenta every wlier to Sfll
rijT improved $20 Sewing Machines. Three new
kinds I nder and upper feed. Warranted five
vears Above salary or large commissions paid.
The ONU Y machines in the United States for less
than $40, whicti are fu Py licensed by Howe.Wheel
cr . Wi son, Grover . Baker. 81 nger & Co , and
Bachclder. All other cheap Machines are Infringe
inentsand the seller or user are liable to arrest, fine
and imprisonment. Circulars free. Address or call
upon Sbaw &.clatk. Biddeford, Me., or Chicago III.
Dee-ember 20. 1003. ly.
WRAPPING AND MINING PA-PER-
Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
cer Mills at Mil! Grove, near Bloomsburg. Columbia
County, Pa.. I am now prepared to fill all orders Tor
Wrapping, Dry Blasting and Water Proof Paper, on
short notice and fair prices. I have opened a ware
house in Wllken-Barre. and appointed Jocepn Brown
EW 8TO VE AND TIN SHOP.
N
r MAI V fTREKT. (KEABLY OPPOSITE
ILLER'S STORE.) BLOOM3BLRG, FA.
lindar.iined has just fllte4 up. and. open
Ml
new r -
STOVE Aft D TI.T SHOP,
in this place, where he Is prepared to make up mw
TIN WARB of all kinds in his line, and do repair
ing with neatness and dispr.tch. V l!?lL'ft.
sonahle terms. Healso kiepi on hind 8TOYK M
vaHou" patterns and styles, which he will toll upon
terms to suit purchasers. , . . "
Gie him a call. He ia a good mechanic, and da
serving of the puB.lc Ptronae.iAcoB
Bloomsburg. May 8. 13oS. Jy. -
ISS LIZZE PETERMAN,
urn.iiJ .nnramrn tn th'n ladies of Blodmbilrg and
the public, generally, thai she has Just received Iroia,
the eastern cities ber . ...
Spring ana iuniiner
Stock r
M i LLI ISlE RY GOODS,
consisting of all articH- a usually found m first clas a
Millinery Stores. Her goods are of the best qoalit y
and among the most handsome and cheapest intne
market. Cull and examine them for yourselves.
Nobody should purchase elsewhere before examfn
Ing Miss Peter man's slock o goods. Bonnets laado
to order, on the shortest notice, or repaired.
Store on Mam street. 3d door below the store M
Mendenhall is. Rupert.
Bloomsburg, May 2, 1806.-if.
yJO ! FOR II UK SB ERG Eft' 3
TOBACCO STORE,
in R LOO MS BURG, all you who .desire a euprlor
article ol chewing or smoking tobacco. His cigara
are made up of the finest quality ot tobacco. Ever
body iu town knows where to go to get a good arti
clc . He will sell at retail or wholesale to suit the
purchaser, he is not particular. Shopkeepers fcftd
land lore's generally would do better by purchasing
of him than of the peddler and hucksters that trav
el through the country. They run no risk of being
chehted in what they buy. Pdlronixe regular line
if you wish to get the wor.h of your money. . ,
E7" More on Wa!n Street, a few doors belowtb.0
"American House." .
H, H. nUNSBERGER.
May 9, I8C6. 3m.
12SPY HOTEL,
Epy, Columbia Co. Pa.
The undersigned having become sole proprietor of
this well known and conveniently located stand,
respectfully informs hi friend, and the public in
general, that he has put his house in complete order
for the accommodation of boarders, and for tbe recep
tion and entertainment of travellers who ma, feel
disposed to favor it with their custom. No expense
has been spared in prepnring this Hotel for the enter
taiiiiiienl of guests, and nothing shall be wanting, on
his p-irt. to minister to their personal comfort. Tbo
location, as well as the building, is a good one, and
all together is amply arranged to pleiise the public.
Ian A LL aUHLI.
Hspy. April 11, I8G6. tf.
T PRIVATE SALE.
The nnderiaigned offers at Trivate Sale or exchange
for town nm.ertv. TRACT OP LANiJ situate ill
Orange townshjp, midway between Light Street and
Oiangeville, containing about.
FIFTY ACRES,
it is in a good state of cultivation. , 1 here is a good
IIOUsU and other out-buildings on the premises:
also a stream of running water at the door. ,
There is also a rood SAW MILL with 19 feet fall
water power on tbe tract . Adrress John C. Albert
son on the premises, or the undersigned atrolk vitle;
Columbia county. Pa.
Zjr immediate possession given of the land aad
Mill.
D. L.EVERUART;
OranjjTwp. M?y 3. 13'6, tf
C. C. .11 A KU'S
S. W B L3? O B
I have opened a new Store at the old stand of Da-.
v!d Siroup. on Main street. Bloomsb'tirg, and will
keep on band sTgeneral assortment of
Such as Dry Goods, Notions. Groceries, Tin-warei
Hardware, Cedar- and willow .ware, Urags,
Confectionary. Glass-Ware, Tobacco. Hals fc
Shoes. Flour. Salt. Fish and Meat : all of
which I propose selling at a very low figure for
cash or produce,
tir Call and see. C. C. MARE.
Bloomsburg, April 18, lfGC tf.
LWEMOllS' OFFICES.
D EPINEUIL & EVANS,
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors,
No, 433 WALNUT STREET., rmLABaLPHlA. -
PATENTS solicited Consultations pa Engineer! n
Draughting and Sketches .Models and Machinery
of all kinds mads and skilfully attended to. Special,
attention given to REJECTED CASES ami INTER
FKRENCLA". Authentic Copies of all Documents
from Patent Office procured.
N. B. Save yourselves useless trouble andtrav
eling expenses. a there is no actuai need for person,
al interview with us. All business with these Offi
ces can be transacted in writing. For further infor
mation direct as above, with stamp enclosed for Cir
cular with relerences.
April l(j, i860, ly, J W.
AX.E 13 A PER.
THE Undersigned respectfully announces id ihe
public that be keeps constantly on band, at bis
old stand, one door below Lutf's Drug Store.
WALL PAPER,
Oil Cloth, and Pper Window Shades, Cords. Tas
sels and Fixtures, for Pictures., cc, of the very
latest styles aid is prepared. to do all kinds of paper
hanging to order.
E. J. TIlORTONi
Eloonubtirg, April i 1860. tf
Administrator's Noticd.
Estate of Elcazer II. If ss, late of Centre
ttrp.fdecd.
IETTER3 of administration have been granted
a by the Register of Columbia co., to Charles H..
Mesa, of Milflin township : All persons haviag claims
against the estate of the decedent, are requested to
make them known to the administrator without de
lay : and those indebted to the estste will make im
mediate payment to
CII ARLE3 II. II E3a, Aim' r.
May It. 1-0G. w.
7
Ihe tinder, igned respectfully announces that be
has reflated a shop, m Court House alley, opposite
the Enhance Horel. where he is preptred lo con
duct the harbeflng business In all its branch es.
The art of coloring whiskers and inoustacaes is
practiced by him most skillfully. lie also cleans
clothing, making tbem look nearly as good as new,
upon the most reasonable terms. Give Him i trfftl.
7 Hair Tonic of the very best quality, usd for
clean ng hair, kept const--ntly on hand, and for sals
a. u. Collin a.
Bloomsburg. April C5. 1P68 tf.
00,db6SIllNGLES & A LARGE:
ROT OF FENCING BOARDS FOR
sale. The undersigned offers for sale upon the
most reasonable terms, at his place of business, in
KENTON. COLUMKIACOUNTY.one hundred thou
sand shingles and a larte lot of fencing boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlock.
J. J. McrlENRT;
Benton, May 9, ieXV.
ryo FARMKItS.
Te high price of Potatoes warrants a liberal as
C ON CENTRA TED FERTILIZER,
used along th rows or hills, and covered when cul
tivates ; in like manner on corn. Prepared by
WILLIAM ELLIS CO- Chemists, Nos.734 and
MarkttStreet.Thiladelphia. and for sals by
A. fl. KESTER, Aftnt,
Bloooisburg. Pi.
May 15, i0iJ-3m.
PARJI at Fill VATE SALE.
TUE subscriber offers at Private Sale, a Farm sit- ,
listed in 0!ge Twp., Col. eo. Pa.lt miles from
nr.hr.hnr and 3 from Oranseville. containing
ONE UUNDUED AND SIX ACRES,
Suty of which is cleared and well improved, the
balance is well timbered. There are on the premises
commodious new buildings a good orchard and a
large young apple and peach orchard, of all yars
growth, beginning to b,ar. kEELER.
Orange twp. March 28, 1668
DR. J. R. EVANS,
Fiijsician anrsurD,
II
AVING located permanently on Mala
Koo.i RT.Of iMSRITKG. Pa., wonld irt-
lorm trie public generally, mat he is preprarod to
attend to all business faithfully and punctually that
may be intrusted to his care, on terms toinmensa
rale witk tbe times.
(L7" He pays strict attentioo to Surgery as well
as medicine.
Nov ,25, 1 803. Iy.
CHAS.Q. BARKLEY,
Attorney at Law,
BLOOMSBtRG, C0LC9IBI1 C0.,PAs
w
ILL practice in the several Courts of Columbia
County. All legar Dasiness inirustea a nis