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; Wednesday, July 11 , 1866.
Y2yL&i;i--Ve only "postponed our ex
lanation of the four divisions of time, be
CQAiiQ our columns were crowded w ith matter
WHich it wa - necessary to publish at that
tmier'-' Inainuch,, a3 you appear to be very
desirous of obtaining our opinion on the
pubject, without further' delay, wo give it
you as tollows : .
1. The Golden Ace Nvas known in olden
tiras 3 tlie age of innocence and happi-
2. The Silver Age was understood as the
go ot aegreneracy and vice. ' '
. --3. The Brazen Acre was anytime when
Kin Wame wicked. "
, 4: The Iron Ace was when man became
wnoily corrupt.. . ...
. -Ve desire that all subscriptions to
tue cTAft 'oy ?iie pi orth be immediately
settled ... - if w. II. Jacobt.
- fiS?;Ecad the original poetry on our first
gST" Lines from the pen of Col. Freeze
Will ; appear in our next-
JCS5 Attention is directed to the new ad
vertisements in this issue of the Democrat
AND SXAH. .
SiyGold was quoted in the New York
market on Monday and Tuesday last, at $1
53 i to $1 54. " It was at no time steady.
, , . . . . .
XSf" Onr farmers throughout the who!e
county are busily engaged in harvesting.
They toll; us that the wheat crop is better
than it has been for several years past.
'JK&'J ohn Robison, ' of Scott to'ship,
showed us a sample of his Rye, the stalks
measuring seven feet and three inches in
length: "Who can beat it?.
Hadn't the Postmaster of this town,
bettjr t rt-place that portrait of President
Johnson,' which he removed from" the wxl
in hid office not long since?
? cS- E. "V. Wtnkoop & Co. will com
nirnce their next term of graded school on
- Third Street, July 30th. This school has
been in operation for several years and has
proved very successful.
iCSy What battles were Gen. John W.
Gearjvthe'.xVbolition candidate for Govern
or, engaged in that he came off victorious or
otherwise t Will our co temporary down
town please gi ye us the information ?
r JEST The editor of the Republican having
lost the Assessorship, must drop the pro
noun, tee, and exclaim, "alas, lam undone."
Not having allowed his friends to share the
profits of Government, he must not expect
them to share the disgrace of a defeat.
, e - -
, . ; JJ3f W e would suggest to the editor of
the- Republican that, before he issues his
next paper, he insert the name of Robert
F. ClaRKt in place of his own, a? Assessor
of Internal Revenue of the 13th District, in
that, "Directory", of County and other offi
cers, prepared and published in the Repul
lican. Gone Goose! DealDack! Quack!
Quack! I IIow are ycu, Doctor?
XSS- To such persons a3 are interested in
the matter, we would announce that Mr. P.
W. 'Robbing; liquor dealer of this town, is
keeping up his supply of spirituous and other
beverages, including the famous "Old Home
stead Wild Cherry Bitters," for dyspepsia,
&c. People desiring -anything of the kind
will give him a call.
We would remind Stokes & Co., of
the Ilazlcton Sentinel, of the Fox that stole
into the house of an actor, and after rumma
ging among his various properties, laid hold
of a highly finished mask. "A fine looking
head, indeed," cried he, ''what a pity it is
that It wants brains!" The mask is being
The Fourth passed off very quietly
in this place, until late in the evening, when
we had a fine display of fire-works which
presented a beautiful appearance, with this
exception, that the boys from opposite sides
of tho street ended the fun by firing rockets
and roman candles at each other,- which of
course was not very amusing nor becoming.
52fThe fence along the narrows, between
Rupert and the CatawLssa bridge, is in a
bad condition. Who will repair it, before
some, shocking accident happens? This
fence was to serve as a guard between the
L. & B. R. R. and the wagon road which
funs parallel with the railroad. It is nearly I
all destroyed and - should be rebuilt by all
ineans. - ' ' '
; Iodide with Lime. That valuable ex-
peller of humors, and purifier of bad blood,
Iodide, Combined with lime, which produces
healthy bone?, and these two agents further
tombined with Sarsaparilla, forms a medi
cine which ca'nnot fail to be of great service
in all humors and all diseased conditions of
the system. The "Sarsaparilla with Iodide
of Lime" is advertised in our columns to-day.
The Freedmen, who lately visited our
lown on a begging expediti6n, .were very
co"oly treated by their pretended friends of
this place, the Abolitionists. Some closed
Iheir doors against them, others would not
leave their business to speak to them, while
other? scolded and threatened td kick them
rjdttf town, saying, "you have no business
We!" "Why don't you stay down South,
work and take Care of yourselves?" Poor
darkkV went lugging their children, and
lounging abort town, as we imagine, crying,
"Save me from my friends!"
' Fatal Accident. On Thursday last, Mr.
John Lawrence,' of Hemlock township,- met
with a fatal accident while engaged icr mln-
ing, near Irondrle, by tho falling of a body
of -earth upo3 him, which sraothered and
Crushed him to such aa extent that before he
ecu! J be extricated" life was extinct. This
Occident was very much unexpected, as every
thing ia and about the mine, seemed secure
and in good condition. lie vra3 an in Justri
c:: 2 in 2 n , s ?d about forty yeun, and leaves a
wLTd, asd - several children- to mourn his en-
vCS?" Our patrons will find their, recrtpt3
published in this issue.
Read the communication fa another
Lcolunm in reference to "that letter." ,Jt
exhibits the real and original design of our
down town cotetnporary, and saves us the
trouble of comment. ' ,
' JES?" 'According to all precedents, it Is right
land proper that the party friends of the of
ficials should receive the' honors and profits
of the offices under their control, and we ad
mire President Johnson's j 1 ick in bestowing
the ame upon his friends. -
J>" A Raspberry Festival will be held in
Snyder's new Hall, by the ladies of the
German Reformed Church, of this place, on
Wednesday evening to continue every eve
ning for the balance of the week.
" JC2 We have been requested to announce
that the Evangelical Congregation, of Scott,
will hold a Bush Meeting, in Charles Lee's
Grove, near Light Street, commencing on
Saturday, the 21st inst., and to continue for
BS- The display of fire-works, in this
place, on last Monday nitrht, was rather a
weak affair. If true, as circulated, that this
demonstration was to signalize the success of
the Johnson faction of this town, we can
only say that they have hallooed while yet
in the woods.
JBS?' The wheat crop in this county is said
to be more than an average one, and many
farmers permit their wheat to become too
ripe before cutting it. Wheat, dead ripe,
wastes a great deal ir gathering, and is not
so good for flour as that cut while there is
moisture in the stalk.
JESF The Ciucasian, published at Car
lisle, has beeu v received. It is a rather
spirited, illustrate! campaign sheet. We
should like to have seen the portrait of Hon.
Hiester Clymer presented in the first num
ber; especially as this is a gubernatorial
campaign in which Mr. C. is our standard-
bearer. We'll look for it in future numbers.
Succ jss to Brattox & Kennedy-.
JC It is currently reported that Gen.
Geary, the Shoddy candidate for Governor,
is to be withdrawn from the campaign and
his place filled by a better and more compe
tent person, if such person can be found in
the Republican ranks. Geary and his friends
are beginning to smell powder from old
Democratic Berks and feel like "retreating."
ES Don't forget the Grand Democratic
3Iass Convention, to be held at Reading, on
Wednesday next. The Democracy of old
Columbia should be represented inthisgath-
enng. Dome ol the ablest men in the tate
are expected to be present and will deliver
speeches. It will be the grand opening of
the gubernatorial campaign in the old Key
stone. Let there be a good turn-out from
Please Remember. Our readers wil
please recollect that when thev see a star
() or any other markto the end of an arti
cle in a newspaper, it signifies that the edi
tor ha3 not written the same and does not
vouch for the truthfulness of the article
Frequently exhibitions and traveling Doctors
come to town who desire the insertic-H of s
notice in the Democrat & Star. We in
sjrt it, but the mark at the end of the arti
cle indicates that we have not written the ar
tide and hence do not vouch for the correct
ness of its statements.
Jfcf" 1 he inoit destructive fare that ever
occurred in this country took place in Port
land, .Maine, on the 4th and 5th inst. It is
estimated that, at least two thousand build
ings were burned and property destroyed to
the amount of ten millions of 'dollars. Thous
ands of people are houseless and in distress.
The churches and many other edifices are
thrown open for their relief. Cooked and
uncooked victuals are being sent from all parts
of the country for the use of the sufferers.
ZF On last Sunday there was quite
party of Frcedmen arrived in this place, as
they state, from the South, to be taken care
of by their friends in the North. They are
a horrible looking crowd of vagabonds, all
too lazy to work, but entirely willing to bf g.
We insist that their real friends, the Demo
crats, shall pass them along to the Abolition
friends of Negro equality. Let it be distinct
ly understood that it is not a charitable act to
give money to this class of negro ramblers,
and thus encourage sloth and vagrancy.'
Ssr V e heard a soldier remark, on our
streets, that tne itepuoucan candidate ht
Governor, on stepping off the cars at Carlisle,
the other day, among the venders of cakes,
pies, nnts, &c, met some of "the boys in
blue," who feigned great joy and satisfaction
on seeing their old General, by shaking and
jostling him about in the crowd, until finally
one fellow, a little more filled with joy than
his comrades, placed a custard pie square
over the face of the General, whereupon the
candidate for Governor made one of hi3
hasty retreats in "good order," muttering to
himself that he'd see them again when he
would be ''better prepared !"
It would seem thatRoBT. F. Clark,
after having been appointed Internal Reve
nue Assessor by the President, has been
unanimously confirmed by the Senate, in
spite of all the opposition brought against
him ihrough the influence of Congressman
Mercur and Palemon John. We need no
better evidence of Mercur's weakness, nor
no stronger proof of the fact that Palemon
John is not an ardent supporter of the pres
ent administration! There was no disposi
tion on the part of tne radicals or conserva
tives to have the late Assessor, Palemon
John, confirmed. We understand that his
name never went to the Senate. Rather cool,
that Mercur stock certainly has deprecia
ted in this district The Johnson Republi
cans have the inside track, over the Radicals,
in procuring the offices, and so long as they
sustain the President in all his constitution
al eScrrts to bring back the seceded States
into the Union, they will meet with favor at
his hands, and make their influence felt by
these Radicals, The Radicals are fast losing
inSuence in Congress and ekewhere, '. They,
as a party, are doomed to utter defeat this
To Our PATRONs.'-Four months having
expired since the consolidation of the Dem
ocrat and Star, we will he obliged, owing
to the continued high -price of printing, pa-
'per and other material, to collect from all
those, of our patrons who have not as yet
paid us, two dollars ani licenty-Jice cents,
and from those who neglect the matter and
leave their subscriptions run six months, two
DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEjrTS. . Two dollars in
hducchteis the lowest living figire, and when
we d6 not receive our pay at the commence
Inent, our patrons should not find fault with
us for asking the small additional amount.
JCSf We are in receipt of the first num
ber of . a new, neatly printed and ably edited,
G ennan paper, published in Harrisburg, Pa. ,
by George Ripper, Esq., called the Penn-
State Newspaper. Like the vast majority
of the new papers of the day, it takes a bold
stand for Right, Truth and Justice, and with
the name of our gallant standard bearer,
Hon. Hiester Clymer, at its mast-head,
troes into the fight for victory. Our German
readers can do no better than subscribe for
this new paper. It is flushed with strength
success and victory arc certain to follow.
J6t3y Mr. J. B. Smith, of Kingston, had
his nose badly broken and was otherwise in
jured, on last Saturday, by an accidental
stroke of a bat while acting as Umpire for a
match came of Base Ball, between the
"Agiles," of Danville, and the "Continen
tals," of Bloomsburg. It had been agreed,
by both parties, that Mr. Smith should act as
Umpire of the game; and consequently, from
his kindness he came here for that purpose,
He was kindly treated by the Clubs, and
well attended to, by Doctors Harrison and
McKelvy. All seemed to regret his misfor
tune. Our experience in Base Ball plaj-ing
leads us to conclude, that it is really neces
sary that the services of a skillful Surgeon
should be secured for every game.
DEMOCRAT AND STAR,
FOR JUNE, 1 ?f)C).
Wm. Elwcll, $3.00 S. jNevhard, 3.00
Richard Demott, 2.00 A. J. Breinig, 5.00
J. A. Swisher, 2.00 M. Watts, 1.00
COO T. H. Runyan, 2.00
2.00 A. B. Johnson, 1.00
G. W. Hittle,
4.00 Rol'K?rt Stout, 2.00
1.00 Ii. Waters, 2.00
5.00 A. Huntingdon, 1.00
Dr. S. Damn,
J. II. Reichard,
2.00 U u. Hillorn, 1.0.
Joshua Hartzel, 2.00 Sheriff inyder, 3.00
Hon. P. Ent, 3.00 Treas'rt'ol. Co.,29.10
lion. L. L. Tate, 3.00 Sta:khouse'sest 10.00
W. Robbing 2.X) S. M. Pettengill, 7.50
James Lake, 2.00 P.FenstermacherOO
U. B. Kitchen, 60 L. Creasy, 2.00
2.00 IS. It. .Jackson, 2.00
3.75 J. B. Carpenter, 2.00
Abbott & Co.,
2.00 ir. Keller, 2.00
2 00 D. Montgomery, 2.00
1.00 A. C. Millard, 2.00
5.00 T.J.Hutchison, 4.00
2.00 Capt. Price, 2.00
2.00 Win. Hartman, 2.00
2.00 G. W. Manger, 2.00
5.00 John Eckroth, 2.00
2.00 D. B. Hartinan, 2.00
Dr. Mcl!eyuolds,2.00 1'. Iv. llerbciii, 3.00
R. Fruit, 3.00 Peter Ent, 1.50
I.Dewirr, Sr., 2.00 E. J. Alhertson, 2.00
D. 31. Shoep, 2.00 T. Welliver, 1.00
John Gordncr, 2.00 J. S. McNinch, 3.00
H. Reese, 1.00 Sheriff Snyder, 7.25
Howe's Circus, 1 8. 00 Levi Fester, 2.00
31. Herst, 2.00 Philip P. Eyer, 2.00
-V TO THE
FOR THE 3IONTII OF JUNE.
Est. J.Ralston, $15.00 Geo. Fleminer, 6.00
D. Ix)wenberg, 12.00 J. F. Pafohler, 2.50
Thos. Wenner, 2. 63 N. Bredlnjnder jr. 1 . 35
Richard Demott, 1.25 1'. K. Herbein, 1.50
Est. S.Stevenson, 2.50 Daid Yeagcr, 2.50
Welliver 3Iorris 4. 00 Win. Bahme, 1.25
31. F. Reed, 2.00 Josoph Breisch, 1.25
W in. 1. Lore, 4.00 J. bhugars,
Geo. P. Lore, 4.00 John Keifer,
L. J. Force, 1.50 T. J. Swisher,
V. A. Kline, 1.25 J. II. Wasrner,
31.31. Appleman. 2.50 T. H. Gindcs,
Peter Ent, 6.00 H. McCollum,
H. W. Creasy, 12.50 J. V. Kunyan,
(J. B. Kitchen,
J. A. Funston,
J. H. Askins,
4.1)0 S. f. .Lowrv,
1.50 J I. W. Wagner,
2.50 John Walter,
2.50 Est. Ii. Ashton,
2.50 Lewis Schuyler,
2.50 Phi.in Kistler,
50 John P. Crcasr, 5.00
2.75 Adam Welliver, 2.50
3.50 B. Ammerman, 1.25
3.00 Est. V. Richart, 3.00
1.00 Jas. 31ellenry, 2.50
2.50 Judge Koons, 1.50
1.25 D. L. Chapin, 50
1.35 Col' bus Academy 2. 00
Jnn. F. Creaky,
Score of Match,
Between the "Agile Base Ball Club,"
of Danv ille, and the ki Continental,
of Bloomsblrg, July 7th, 18G6.
AGILE. F rr CONTINENTAL.
C. Ucangst 1 b.
jC. Funnan, c. .
E. Furman p.
E. Eln-ell 3 b.
IV. S. Moyer L f.
C. W. Neal s. s.
J.C Hunter p
. Kussel s
F. Miles 1. b.
C. VorU 3 b.
J. Reed 1. f.
II. C. Hartman 2 b
S. Butler c. f.
0. Iieidv r. f.
Geo. Diehlc. f.
J. W. Ever. r. f.
clubs. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Agile. , 4 0 6 5 6 14 80..
Continental. 4 4 0 21 5 0 0 4..
Stkuck Out G corge Diehl , 1 . y
Fly Catches C. Fnman 2. E. Elwell
2. W. S. Moyer 2, II. C. Hartinan 2, J. W.
V.yer 2, 31. C. Liehtner 2. J. C. Hunter 3.
J. Reed 1, S. Butler 1.
Jitouton rouL Balls J. C. Hunter
1, Wm. Russel 1, F. Miles 3, S. Butler 1,
H. C. Hartman 1, G. Diehl 1, J. W. Eyer 1,
C. Leidy 1, C. Furiuan 1, E. Funnan 2, E.
Left on Bases J. Reed 3. M. C. Licht-
ner 1, J. C. Hunter 2, H. C. Hartman 1,E.
Elwell 1, 0. Voris 1, S; Butler 1, W. S.
Mover 2, C. W. Neal 1, C: Unangst 2.
Ilme of Game I wo hours and twenty-
IVed On the eroiLacU of the Conti
Utmi: Mr. J. B. Smith, of the Kincs-
ton Club, was Umpire durinar the first innine
of the Continental and the firSt patt of the
first intaing of the Agile: But being severely
injured by a blow from the bat of one of the
members of the Agile, Mr. C. B.Brotkway,
was umpire for the remainder oi the match.
bcoBER-slr. J; liernrnds tor the Aeile,
and D. J; Wa-ller; jr.,- for t!ie Continental -
If Pumpkin pies can be purchased for
twenty-five cents a piece, bow much would a
whole one cost
J5- The War in Europe is treating
great deal of excitement among the people,
Everybody seems to be looking with anxiety
to know what is going on in the "old coun
try." The latest intelligence we have for
our readers is, that a great battle has been
fought between the Austrian and Italian ar
mies, and after a long and bloody engage
ment the Italians were defeated. They suf
fered heavy losses and were forced to recross
the 31incio. The Austnans captured several
cannon and over two thousand prisoners in
this battle. It is said that both armies dis
played great courage and endurance, and
that the contest was only decided by the
Austrians having superior numbers. A son
of Victor Emmanuel and several of his Gen
erals were wounded. It -is reported that
preparations are still going on for further en
Columbia County Democratic
TV'OTICEia hereby riven that the lmocriitie elee-
' tors in and for the ieveral bomncba and election
districts of Columbia County. Will meet t their nn
al places 'f lioliiinj tn? general eierliong on JAT
URDAY.TUK 23TH DAY OF AUGUST, HGC.be
tween the hours if 3 anil 7 o'clock, in the afternoon
of raid day. for the purpose of choosing HV BAI
LOT two lieleicutes fro n racb Election District, to
meet in County Convention, at the i,''URT HOlJi-E.
in Kloomsburg. on MONDAY, THE S7TH DAY OF
AUUUS I', Irtiwi, at 1 o'clock. P. M.. for the purpose of
making the usual annual nominations of the Ueio
cratic party of Colombia Cniiniy.
. E.R, IKEI.ER. Chairman
William Lamon, Daxiel Zasr.
C. F Moorc, John H. IIetlir,
Jacob TcBWiLtlocti Standing Cot mitt
Zy Tile Drlreales will put up at tlio Forks Ho
tel" wh'-re arrangements have been made for their
Bloomsburg. Ju!y II. 18f6.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
BST ROOMS OVER
Blooinsburg , July II. IS60. tf.
DMllN ISI'RATOKS' iN OTICK.
Estate of Dr. Simon Cotner, deceased.
5 ETrER of adiniuMiralion on the estate of Or
J, Simon Comer, late of Madison township. Colum
bia County have b.-en cranled by the KegivlT of ai I
county, to Benjamin t . Fruit and Conrad Kreitmer
rnsiiiing in J Twytown, township and county afur-i
said. All peisons having claims against theestate
of the decedent are requested to nr. sent them fur
settlement to th administrator, and those indebted
to the estate will make immediate payment to the
undersigned at Kreanier's lure. in Jerscylown.
KEN J F. FKCll.
CONRAD KUEAMER, i ""
July 11, ISC6. 6w.
Estate of John Lawrence, deceased.
T E'l TERS of administration on the estate nf John
ILj Ijiwrence, late i.I Hemlock township, deceased
have been granted by the Register nf Columbia coun
ty, to Daniel Nev bard, who resides in Ktickhnrn. said
county. All persons having claims uguinxt the es
late will preieni them to the administrator tor set
tlement, and those iudebted wi I make iu mediate
DANIEL NEYHARD, Jldrn'r.
Hemlock, July 11, 1SGO. tiw.
JULY'S SELECT SCHOOL,
TT77 commence JULY ZOtli, 18CC.
EAST BL003I SCHOOL,
RATES OF TUITION A3 FOLLOWS :
Primary Pupils. 82 50
Those stud3'ing Common Branches, 3 J
Inoreadvanced Pupils, 3 50
History aud Philosophy, 4 00
Alei brn, 5 00
NOTICE No reduction In eases of protracted
i'lness l ne half of the money to be paid at the ex
piration n one half of the term ; rest at expiration
of the term.
8. XV. ELY. Teacher,
July II. 18CC.-31.
OTEL & RESTAURANT KEEPERS,
Look to Your Interests !
SWE 300 PER ET.
HAVE capital recipes for the manufacture of
Hrandy. Irish Whisker and Old Bourbon. These
re ipes aie nsel by all tne leading dealers, an-l you
buy from them the same artiilc you can easily make
yourself. I'uytn recipes for jour own u-ieand save
your money, rnce M cent racu.or 91 1 Jr tne tnrc-e.
tl. A, I M.VY t,L.I.
July II. I860. Gw. Allentown, Pa.
ANTED. $27. GO PER DAY.
AGENTS wanted. ladies and gentlemen in every
County in the United States, to sell the Ink Powders
of the American Ink Company. The powder sells
for forty rents per parka:e. and wilt make ink
enough to fill fifty bottl.:a of the size usually retail,
ed at ten cents per botile. A smart ac-ut can se'l a
grot of it a day, and clear fvii O The ink can be
niade'frnm the powder in three minutes in common
boiling water, it is a perfect black ink. the best in
the world. It flows easily, does notcorroHe the pen
particle. n ver rums up. is not injured by freezing
and its color will last fjrever. Every lamity in
America w ill buy it, as a oacnse will last a family
for years, and ink can be made in small quantities
as wanted. With earh cross we send a th'iusard
circulars, with testimonials from clergymen, law-
yers, teacbi rs. merchants, commercial colleges, edi
tors. Sec, and the a:ent's name on the bills. Only
'ne (fThun will b4 made air'-nt for a county . The
first one seeding for a gross of the powder will
receive it by return express. to;eth?r ith one thu
sand rirrulars and the riulir tnsell in the county h;
or she di-tirnates. If others send tur trie same
county, the money will be returned to them free of
expense. To make sure, one had b-tt r designate
several counties, either of which he or she will take.
Send for trade list and circulars if you dare run the
risk of. waiting, ir send the money for a gross.
Letters addressed to the Mayor, l'o.tinar-W, csh-i-rs
of the banks, or the express agent' of U- city,
will sb.aw thai the business is honorably and square
ly conducted An Ink Powder will be sent by mail
so any address, tree of charge, on receipt of forty
Addrci. writing yor name, town, county and
AMERICAN IMC COMPANY, Manchester, N. II.
THUS, VV. LANE.
C Irrk for the Company and Special Agent.
July II, leiiii. It.
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Its Strength and wonderful Simplicity of Construc
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any person to work this machine to tbeir entire sat
islaction. Agents wanted for all towns i i the United States,
wberejigencies are not.. already established. Also,
for Cuba. Mexico, Central and South America, to
whom a liberal discount , will be given.
kMPIRE SEWING MACHINE MF G CO..
53t Broad way . N. T.
Dr. ti' ti. Mowtix CarriHa. the greatest stimulator
In the world, will force Whiskers o. Mo-taches o
grow, on the smoothest face or chin ; neer known to
rail ; sample for trial sent free to any one desirotfs
or testing Its merits. Address, Itscvxs k. Co 78
nassau Dtreet.new ion,
July 4, 1816. 3ir.
Q RO VESTEEN & CO. ,
199 Broadway. New York.
TUB ATTENTION of th pablic and the trade it
invited to .ur Mi XV PLMLE. SEVEN OCTAVE.
ROSEWOOD PIANO FORTES, which f.r volume
and putity nf tone are unrivalled by any hitherto of.
for.-il in this market. They contain all the modern
improvements, French grand action, harp pedal. iron
frame, over-strung bass. etc.. and each instrument
being made linger the personal supervision of Mr.
J. 11. Gbovkstskh, who has a practical experience of
over thirty yrars in their manufacture, is fully war
ranted in f very particular.
THE "GROyESTElW FIAXO-FORTE"
raciived tbs highest sward of merit at the cele-
bbatko World's Fair
Where were exhibited instruments from the best
makers of ondou. Paris, Germany. Iliiladelphia,
Baltimore, Boston and new York ; and also at the
American Institute for dve successive years, the
Gold and SiLvra Medals from both of which can be
seen at our ware-rooms.
liy tha introduction of improvements we make a
still more perfect Piano-forte, and by manuTacturiiig
lareely, with a stnctly cah system, are enabled to
offer the e instruments at a price which will preclude
ail competition .
Our prices are from $100 to $200 cheaper than any
first claxs Piano-forte.
TEKMS Net Cash in current funds,
liescrifitive circulars sent free:
July II, IM36. ly. 11. &P.
Has opened a first class BOOT, SHOE,
HAT AND SAP STORE,
At his old stand on Main Street Blooinsbaig. His
stock is composed of the very latest and bct styles
ever offered lo the citizens of Columbia IMumy. He
can accommodate tne public wli!i the following kinds
and price :
Men's calf boots, fine,
kip. (Uiuble sole,
Boys child's boots.
Men's (love kid-. Congress, etc
women's boys and mis'es glove
kid lasting faittrs.
Women's glove kid, very fine,
fine goat morocco balmorals,
' men 's morocco and calf shoes
Misses' and Child's shoes.
$5.0U to 9 00
3 75 to 5 75
1,75 to 4.75
2.50 to 5.75
1 yu to 3 00
1.75 to 5.75
3.25 to 5 75
2 511 to 4 DO
1.75 to 2 50
.50 to 1 51
05 to 1 00
Men's, w omen's, misses', bovs and childs
slippers. 0,25 lo 1.00
II also keeps a great variety of II ATS, CAPS and
of evry kind, nt the lowet prices, both for Cash and
ReinemtiTi the attraction is in our good'. Don't
be alarmed at the cry of Inch prices, but call and see
for yourselves. Uespectfuliy,
HENRY GIG EH.
Bloomsbarg, July II. 1866.
llEAD ! AHEAD ! !
Latest and Grandest opening of the season
Cheap and Extensive Dry Goods Empori
Where they will offer the newest and most desirable
sty les and qualities of FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
embracing all the latest varieties and styles inthe
In the Dry Goad-, line they ofTer the following,
among many oth:r articles ao.d by theui, at
1M.MC I'll ICES,
Tlain Black and Fancy Dress 8ilk,Calicoes of every
description and figure, Bljck and 1'olnred
Mohair Alpaccas. Real Organdy Jaconet
31u!li!., SI.fct.iis, Pillow
and Linens. Ti kinrs. Checks, Cotton Pantalaon
Stuff'. I.inen UriUinxs, Flannels. Cotton aud
Linen Table Cloths. For the latest style
ofPAKASOLS and CM BRKI.LAd.
for Ladies and Children, call upon
BOGART (L- KREAMER.
They alto keep on hand a complete assortment of
lAoiioii and liocci'ic,
consisting, in part. Gloves. Hosiery of all kinds.
Balmoral. I'onnet Kihbons, Bummer Hat for men.
women and children. Head dresses, lace vei's. pen
knives, comb of every description. pencils. pen. paper
and ink ; AI?o, Sugars. 1olaa-es, 'good syrups.) alt,
pepper and spices, Maekerel of goud quality, cheese.
butter and erss, hams, sh lulder and sides.
'J hey a No have a full assortment of
such as axes, nnils and spikes, screws, liin;e and
bolts. I'alnts and Oils, Cedar Buckets aud Willow
Baskets, 4c. Ac.
BOGART k KREAMER,
sell rheap for Cash, or Couniry Produce, which will
be laki-u in ex hange fur goods. Give them a call
and -x-inine their etienoive assortment for your
selves before purchasing elsewhere
BOUAUT KKfcAM IS It
July 4. IH3G, If
JSprtii Sl, Slimmer medicine
IODIDE OF LIME,
pur. PARED FOR
C. W. TETTES, COSTOV.
JA3IESR. MfllOLS & CO.
Man nf act tiring Chcm it.i,
ELIXIR PERU VI AX BARK
I'rotoxiclc of Iron,
Which bas become so favorably known as a
TO.XCJIA'D RESTORA1 IVE,
By Tbysicians and Invalids in all parts of the roua
The new preparation. "Sirsaparilla In rnrrrbina-
ion with Iodide of Lime," presents one of the mot
prompt alterative agr-nts. in a 'orm capable of exert
ng lull action upon the system, and this in minute
and pleasant duses. tl is conceded that the altera
tive, resolvent, or tonic etfects of Iodine are exert
ed mot-t decidedly ten associated with other alter.
atives. in combiHation : and the Sarsaparilla seeuik
to fulfill perf.-ctly all the favorable reiuisilious.
i ne nrat m.-cl usually observed wb-;n
"3ARSAPAKILLA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
s taken, is an increase of appetite showin? that it
bas tonic proprrties of a marked character. Its al
terative etlectx are inanilr-.t in its readv combina
tion with the blood and tissues Pule, irrilmu
women and children improve rapidly under its use,
and the vital functions assume a nea'lthv condition.
It is admirably adapted to a larre number ul rhrnn.
ic or acute aff rtions peculiar to children It is suit
ed to ih em tmtb by the mildness and efficiency of
meuiciiiai eneri anil tne Dleasanl. attraclive f.irin nf
he remedy. It mar Kij riven for a Ions period where
conctiiutional infliences are desired, ari l no repug
nance, or disincliuat on to take the syrup, encouu-
i.rea. in wnite owniings. Hip-Joint Disease, and
Distortions of theSuine.it should riven neraiit-
ently, in moderate doses, until relief is obtained
Li the Spring of the Year, and during the
the accumulation of morbid matters in the system
seems to Become manliest and very tronblesomu Las
situde, Headache, Boils, Costlveness, Loss of ppe-
tite. Pains in the Joints, Indigestion, etc.. are very
common. Nothing ever devised i better adapted to
exterminate ord-ive Jtf these affections Ih'an thisnew
combii atiou of SARdAt'ARlLLA WITH lODlUK
As preparation like it, of tchieh approximates la ii.as an
Alterative, or Bhtod Purifier,
hat ever brfore hetn plated within the rear.h ef invalids.
iideea. it is an entirely mew and scientific combina
tion, in no rest ed resembling auytbiuc hilhei to em
Tne opinion of medical rue n concerning lUthe de
cription of its chemical character. Iberapnulic val
le, manner of use, eLf.. are given ia a rirculir.
which can be had at the store of any and alt first- A
t . r .
H old in Bloomsburg. Wholesale and retail, bv
Ever & Moyer, and all Druggists
June n, . .
YJ RAPPING AND MINING PA-
f f PER. Having thoroughly overhauled fur P
per Mills al Mil! Grove, near Bloomsburs. Columbia
County, Pa.. I am now prepared to Oil all orders for
Wrapping, Dry Blasting ana Water Proof Paper, on
short notice and fair prices. I have opened a ware-
bonse in Wjlkeir Harre. and appointed Joseph Brown
oi the firm ol Hrown. Gray Co.. my agent to dispose
oi my paper in Luzerne county.
Blooinsburg. Sept. 16. I8G5.
J SEALED Dronosals will be received bv the
Board of School Directors of Scott townshio. at
Charles 8. Fowler's office, at Espy, on SATURDAY,
JULY 14TH 8o6. betw een the hours of two and four
oviock.for the building of a new Two .Story Fiame
School House, 2X4 feet, stories 1 1 feet each.
Plan and specifications will be exhibited at the
place sd ii'me of letting.
rETEB LNT. JACOB TEBwILLIGER,
, . Scy. , i I res t.
Brotltwp. June 27. 1868. 3t.
jrEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. !
Estate of William Robison, deceased, ,
3 Valuable tfusincss Stands,
On Main Street. Blooinsburg, adjoining the Court
House and nearly opposite tne Exchange Hotel,
TWO SMALL IIOtTSES AND LOTS,
on Ridge Alley, ktoowa as the "Spring Lots "
OJVE HOUSE AND LOT, - -on
Rock Street, Also TIMBER LAND in Jay town,
ship. Elk county, r
ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED ACRES,
well timbered with White Pine and Hemlock, good
Tho above property will be offered at
until the 1st of AUGUST next, on which day, if not
old, will be offerc I at '
on the premises, near the Court House, at 10 o'clock
Apply to the subscribers, or to Miss Isabella
Robison, llloomsburg. Pa.
AL:X. KOKloOV, Maucb Chunk. 1 .
A PARDEE, Haxleton. Es ri-
June G, 18(30. ts
O1 CE S3
pHE undesigned begs leave to announce to the
J. citizens of Blooinsburg and the surrounding
country that he kees conslan Ily on hand at bis old
stand, on the south cast corner of Main aud Iron sis.,
a prime lot of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
C?1;.V oVI" r' py'uP-Tobao. Cigars. Dried Fruit,
toal Oil. tnufr, Bpices, Butter. Eogs Lard
Cheese Dried Beef. Cracker.. DruJ;. Parlor
and Hand Lamps, Paints of all kinds
and paint brushes. Dye Stuffs. Dr
Goods, Calicoes, Cloths for boy's
wear, foaps. Flour, Chop,
Uiieensware, Glass, Put
ty, Salt. Fish. Meat.
Hosiery, Books, Writing Paper, Ink, Hardware,
Pocket Knives, Combs, ice. ace. Ax.
He keeps in fact everything appertaining to a first
CJroccry and Variety Store
He is determined nol to be undersold. All kinds of
produce taken at the
IIIGUEST MARKET PRICES.
Having iul received anew Mock, the people are
earnestly invited to call and satisfy themselves. By
strict attention to busineg. be hopes not only lo ru
tain his patrouaje but to increase it. He feels thank,
ful for past favors, and with many years experience
in ihe business, lie feels confident he caa render sat
isfactiun to all who favor him with their patronage.
JOHN K. GIRTON,
Bl mmsburg, June 20, 18oG.
p URRAH FOR
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
Goods to compare wiih stringency of the Money
MarK't. Look and compare prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Juiit rail at the favorite business
stand of McXinch It Shu man. and you will be met
by the obliging Trrprietors or their Clerks and shown
through their great variety More free of charge, f
course, they will give you a fair chance to prnd your
loose change, they trust much mote profitably than
it can be sp,mt elsewhere. Their
STOCK OP DRY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in all Its varieties than
usual. Their Ladies Dress Goods a re of the nicest
styles in Market. They bare a fine assortment of
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Summer Cloths, Casinets. Cassjmers and Vesting,
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, besides a general assortment of
Queentware and Groceries, all at greatly reduce I
prices. They w ith to conduct their business en the
"PAY AS YOU GO''
and tbey think they can afford to sell very cheap.
They return their thnnkk for many past favors, and
ak the future patronage of their fotmcr customers
and the public g- uerally.
McNIXCII It. S HUM AN.
May 10, 1RC.6 tf.
NEW AM) BEUTIFCI. WORK,
THE riCTORIAL BOOK OF
OF THE REBELLION :
Ueroie, Patriotic Political Romantic Humorous &.
Splendidly IUtuiraXed with aver 300 as ForttaiU and
beaut if ul Engraving.
This work for genial humor, tender pathos, start
ling interest, and attractive beauty, stand peerless
and alono among all its competitors. The Valiant
and Brave Hearted, tbe Picturesque and Dramatic
lh-. Witty and Marvellous, the Tender and Pathetic.
The ttoll of Fame and Story. Camp, Pi ket. py,
Scout. Bivouac, and siege; Startling rurprisers.Wou
duiful Escapes. Famous Words and lM;eds of Wo
man, and the whole Panorama of the War here thri!
lingly all. I starilingly portrayed in a masterly man
ner. at once historical aud roma'ir, rendering it the
most ample. brilliant aud readable book that the war
has called forth.
Disabled ctficers and soldiers, teachers, energetic
young men. anil all in want of prohlaBle employ.
inent. wi.l And this the best chance tu make money
ever yet offered. Send for circulars and see our
National Publishing Co.
No, 507 tfinor Street , .
April 2o. 1?(6, 3m.
JJL00MSBURG FANCY TRDDIING
AND BOOK STGBEj
Pccond dcor below Hartraan's Maiu Street.
Just received a new stock of
7-F.l'M VR3, WOOLEN AND COT
TOV YARNS, CORSETS,
MUSLIN, EDGINGS, D&EsS
aud every variety of articles usually kept in a
A 's Shuool Books.' Hymn Books, Bibles, Sunday.
School Books, and a large li t of
M JSC ELLA XE0 US B 0 OKS,
Aernitnt and Memorandum Bonks. Blank Deeds.
Roiids and Mortc5es. and a general and well-selecl-td
assortment of Paper, Lnvvlopes, ate.
Blooinsburg, June 20. 1806, -f
AMPAIGNS OP THE
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
BY WILLIAM SWlfo$.
The Standard History of the Grand Army.
The gn ateol Work on the War.
Utiivrrlly wiiored by array officer and the
press. THE AU I'HOR SAYS :
"1 itesign in this volume to record what tha Ar
mv did and sulf.-red in ten campaigns aud two score
I shall have to celebrate the unswerving loyalty
of this army, thai oft times wh-nthe bomLof milita
ry cohesion failed, held it, unshaken of fortune, to
a duty self iiupoveil. . ,
I shall have to follow t through a checkered ex
perience, in a tnle commingled of great inisfor'uncs,
great follies and great glories ; but from the firsc to
the last it will appear. that. kmid many bnff-ts of for
tune, through "winter and rough weather." the Ar
my of the Po'omae never gave op. but made a good
fight and finally reached the goal." - .,
HIE "ARMY A D NAYY JtiURNAL" PAYS
"This is the only American' critical vfork nn the
Inte war, and it is thoroughly critical atlu entirely
divested of all political hue or tone."
This istheouly History ofthe "GriM Army" and
no one who ha borne a part in its conflicts, or is in.
ierested in its grand achievements, shotild be with
out it ,
This woH sells itself. . The people are tired of
political and partisan histories, and want something
from official snure-s. We have Agents clearing over
$-.00 per month Send for circulars, and see our
terms and proof of th rbbve assertion. Address,
, 0? Minor fci, Philadelphia Pa.
July 4, 1368 ?t.
11(11 ! ITCH!
s:ratch: sceatch ! sceatch !
U ill ( ure TIte Itch in 48 Hours.
Also cures SALT RHEUM. ULCERS. CHIL
BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. rre
5U cents. For sale by all Druggist. By sending ( 0
cents io.WEt KS At. POTTER. Sole Agents. 17i Wash
i or to ft- street, Boston, it will bo forwarded by mail.
frTe hi postage, to any part of the United 8 tales.
June 6, leob ly.
AdmiiiUti atoi'S Notice.
Estate of George Pfeil, late of Orange town
LETTERS of administration ,oo the estate of Geo
I' fell, late of Orange township, Columbia county,
have been granted, by the Register of said county, to
ramuel tvereti, who resides in .Oranceville. towng
ship and crun-ty aforesaid. All persons huvin
rlaims aga;nst the estate of the decedent are reques
ter to present tnem to the administrator for settle -menu
and those indebted to tbe estate will make
immediate payment to
S A M UEL EVERETT. AdmT.
V U!VJ'.'" JU"tE... -
NEV STbVC AND; TIN SII0P.
ON MAIN STREET. (NP Vn-KiA
Mil l l-R fiTOlLK.) BLOOMBBul.G, PA.
" i: . .a , .i
XHaandargigntd has Just lit wa p. an
oia new . - -
jSTOTE AWDTIX SilOPv
In Mil pce. where Is prepared to toaTke
T1N.-WARE of all kind in bis line, andV ojapM
ing With neatnes. and disputed PVSm r
eonable term.. Healeo keep, h"..; f
various patterns and styles. bich he will fell upon
term to suit purcbasar. ,; t - . '
Give him a cal. Hei.agool mechanic, and de.
.erviog Of the public paWon-ge. v -
Bloomsnnrg. May 0. IBf.g. 1 f. ll
ISS tIZZE PETER31AN,
ms a ja A flKa j.i;d ol niooniburff -ftnd
IVUHIU !IIUWW'".: w ' ' -
the public generally, tliat shu bas Just received Iron
the eastern eiwes ber . .... - , '
Spring and siimnicr
MILLINEfiY GOODS; .
consisting of all articf usually foond in first else
Millinery Store. Her goods are of tbe best quality
and among the most handsome and cheapest in thjt
market Call and examine them for yourselves- r --
Nobody should purchase elsewhere before exaraln -ing
Miss Fetermau'a stock ot good. Bonnsi made
to order, on the shortest notice, or repaired. .
Store on Mam street. 3d duor below the store ef
Mendenhall ic Rupert. ,'
liioomsburg, may 2, JdU6.-lf.
O ! FOR IIUNSBEllGEll'3
in BLOOMSBURG, all you who desire nperlor
article ol chewing or smoking tobacco. His cigars
are made up of the finest qustlty of tobacco. Every
body in town knows where to go to get a good arU
do. He will sell at retail or wholesale to suit tfta
purchaser, hr is not particular. Sbopkeepe i)d
land loros gene rally would do better by .purchasing
of him than of the peddler and hucksters thattrav-f
el tbrough the country. Th"y , run., no risk of b.ejog
cheated in what they boy, -Patronize regular line
if you wish to get the wor Jl o( your Aioney .- - .,
. H7 More on Main Street, a few door below the
"American House." i .
II, II. HUN3BERCER,
May 9. IWo.-Sm.
Espy, Columbia Co. Ia.
Tbe undersigned having become sole proprietor of
this well known and conveniently IncaUd stand,
respectfully informs hi friend, and the public id
general, that ha has put his bnue in complete order
for the accommodation of boarders, and for the recep
tion and entertainment of traveller wh may feck
disposed to favor it with their custom. No expense
ha been spared in preparing this Hlel for the enter
tain until of guest, and nothing shall be wanting, on
his p-irt. to minister to their personal comfort. Tho
location, a well a the building, is a good one, and
all together is amply arranged to please tbe public,
. ... ISRAEL ML'MEY.
Erry. April tl, I8G6. tf. t t .
t PRIVATE SALE. ,
The utideirUlghcd oft.-rs at Private Salens changa
for lown property,,a TRCT OP LAND situate in
Orange township, midway between Light Street ana
Orarigsville, containing about,
riET.V AC UES, , t:
it i ill a good state or cultivation. 1 here is a good
HOUii and other out-building nn tbe premises;
also a stream of running water at the door.
There is also a good SAW MILL with 19 feet fall
water power on tbe tract Adrres John C. Albert
son on the premises, or the undersigned al folk ville,
Columbia county. Pa. . r,
07 uimediale possession given of tbe land and
Mill. , . . , :
D. L. EVER H ACT.
OrangiTwp. Ma 9. 13f 6,-lf -
c. 'c.irf jlrr's
1 W 3 In . VP . A
Inaw upeiieu new ciurc mi iwj uiu aiano Of llar
vid Stroup. on M-iin street. Blmimsburg, and will
keep on baud a general assortment of
SXc& n lid sim dd a S3 as $
Such a Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Tin-ware,
Hardware, Cedar aud Willow Ware, Drags,
Confectionary. Glass-Ware, Tobacco. Hals at
Shoes, Flour, Salt. Fish aud Meat ; all.of . r
which 1 propm-e clliiig at a very low figure for
cash or produce.
H r Call and see. C. C. MARR,
Bluomtburg, April 13, 1PGC tf. i .
EPH. ELWELL. having bought L. Runyon's PRO
VISION STORE is now prepared to sell Croeer
ies at Wholesale or Retail, as Cbcap a the Ceap
hei:e you can eiivd
SUGARS, TKAS. COFFERS. ... . .,. ...
. , SYRUPS. SPICES, CRACKERSi
STARCH, SODA CORNSTARCH.
. DRIED FRUIT. CANNED FRUIT,
7T00 DEN-WARE, FLOUR, FISH,
BEANS, ONIONS, &c. &c.
, -,EPH. W. ELWELL.
Bloomsbarg Eeb 14, 1866.
THE undersigned respectfully annnuncv - to-trie
public that be keeps constantly on baud, at bra
old stand, one door below litz's Drug Store.
WALL PAPER. ... .
Oil Cloth, and Ppper Window Shade. Cords. Ta
el and Fixtures, for Picture., &.C., ol the ver)
latest st) le aid is prepared. to do all kinds of paper
banging to order.
Eloora.burg, April 4 ll?G6. If
- The nndef.lgned respectfully announce that he
ha refittted a shop, in Court House alley, opposite
the Exch:mre Hotel, where he is prepared, to coa
duct the harbering bu-im-ss In all ii branch es.-. ,
The art of coloring whiskers and inoustaeae i
practiced by him most skillfully. He also clean,
clothing, making th -m look nearly as good as new.
upon tbe moxt reasonable term. Give h.m a trial.
Hair Tunic of the very best quality, naed.for
clean ng hair, kept conat-nlly on band, and fir sale
Blooinsburg, April 53, IB60 If.
00,000 SU1NGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FENCING BOARDS FOR
snle. The undersigned pfi-xs for stle opon the
most r. aon!ie terms, at hi place of btyrmeta, in
KETON. COLUMI.l ACUUN'l Y.oae hundred thou
sand shingles and a large, lot ol fencing board. Of
the very best quality, bulb piue and hemfork
J. J. MciiiiNRV.
Benton, May 9, IEGC . ........
3 . i - - -
The high price tf rotaio-ej wifranti a liberal uee
used along the row or hills, and covered when cut.
tivuii ir ; in like manner on -corn. Prepared bjr
WILLIAM El LIS A CO. Chemists,' Kos.724ac!d
Market Street , Philadelphia, and for sale by
X. S. RENTER. Agent, t
May 18. ftG'J.-3ni.
PA IS .TI a t P R I V ATE SALE.
THE subscritwr offers at Privste Sale, a Farm sit
uated in Orange Twp.. Cut. eo. Pa. 11 miles front
Rohrsburg and 3 from rangeville. eoniaining ..
ONE HUNDREI) AND SIX ACRES,
Sixty of which is. cleared and well, improved, tbe
balarice is well timbered. There are on the premise
commodious new building a goud : orchard, . and a
large young apple and peach orchard, of six yar
growth, besiuuing to bear. ,
Orange twp. March 2 l8 . ,
j. T. HEAD LETS
HISTORY Oaf WASf
Complete in TWO VOLUMES, also in ONE. It ia
aduiiile.l to be the most piTcasmrio, popvLaa. and
valdsbi b History of the Rebellion, which is fully at
tested by i be enormous sale of 2u0 uoo voixacs. and
a large portion of the country still unranvassed.
We are obliged to run our presst night and day to
enable ustosupply rfur Agents.
- Men or chara ler and, ability, who desire a lucra
tive sinploj ment wll find this a rare opportunity.
The price of the work In one volume i so low,
(compared with other HUtories) as to bring it within
the reach of all classes
For Hill particular send for circular. Addre
AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
1 Asylum Street.
, Hartford. Con bv
Estate of George L. Johnson, of Orange
LETTERS of administration oa tbe estate of Geo'
L. Johnson dee'd, have been granted by the Reg.
ister of Columbia Cotfoty, to Samuel Bower ef Centra
township : all person having claim against tbe es
tate of the rtectdent,are requested tapresent them to
the undersigned without delay, and all per eon in
debted to make payment forthwith. "
SAMUBL BOWER, Adwfr,-