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j LOCAL; DEf AHTMEN T.
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W edaesday August 8 ,1 866.
-.' .TO COREESFON'tiENTS ;
. We haveronly to eay to our" friends
lrrBridfetd 'and! Montour," that there is as
much' mystery tin the acts and objects of
. thtrwnTicted witV: .the Columbian, as
ire is aiout.tiie question ot who-makes
lAe appoxatmentsot Assistant KeVenne As
eessors ? We knofr that in a legal point of
- V1r-,1Ll;5 ius.ngnsia appoint, Dut
if he has referred you to ethers, andotheis
have referred yon to him. you must find out
ior jorr ; ires, vy c act independent of the
ec re concern. '. ',
"ibJJESCSmEa OF FlSlilNOCBEEK.--You
teay.thaf such anq inch a thing you can't un
Wot -ta.l -We "fmvest to you to keep coo!.
Ifiose things will aU be: found 'out. There
is great' virtue in coolness. ,.'.'; J.
T --r . !
jJiNTQN.T-ii our communications win ap
pear m our next-- .Let thegnuty stand aloot.
G. I," Ka OB : Rohrsburg. Your bne
appeal to - your comrsde4rH?sttle will' be
puD4saed n,ext week. . ' .4 -..?
TvAjfTiaj At, this oZicc, a good eized, in-
lellrgentfaiid industrious boyrto, learn the
lirffitin business. jr- $ .
CS5"?lh prKof Gold was a fraction firm
r yesterday. - It stand3 at 147 and 143. . '
CST. The TUI for this equalization of Boun
ties having become a law,x those entitled can
3iav$ their claini3 promptly. collected by call
- oa C.'B. Brock way, Bloomsburg, Pa. 2t
- " -. - , . - .
,- SST C LMarr will pay the highest mar
ket price1 in ! cash, or trade for all kinds of
" K3ThMehodi!?ta.prop9se; hqldiqg-a
camp-meeting in Jackson township,near lram
DertV,'co,tuiu6aciHg on th J.Stk'-inst.'-a'nd-to
coatIaue,foi jsereral days, '"-i - ' - -
J5-ol. Wellington H. Ent, of this coun
ty, was confirmed by jhc United States Sen
ate, as Brevet Brigadier General of the U.
Sr ArmyfoiTgallant and. meritorious ser
Tices.ini tha field jduring tha rebcDion. 1
TIST" SfierLSf Sntder advertises eeveral
WTit3jn to-day's Pemocratjind Stae. The
property , will be old on Monday of Court
't1 If there are any maimed or unem
ployed" aoldkra wha'.would like to serve as
oficera and attendants at the White' House,
at the old salaries,' let them speak out. , It
appears those in service are dissatisfied.
' 4t3C0lJoha G. Freeze had been con
fined to his bed during the past week by a
severe attack of dysentery, and on last Sab
bath was unabYe to attend the funeral of his
only son, $ bright little boy over six years of
CSF Mr: William Kreamer ha3 been ap
pelated. Post Master at Jerseytown, this
county. In place, of Samuel Brugler, remov
ed,;' The office Jwill hereafter be located in
the village, where it rightly belong-?, r.nd not
three quarters of a mile or more out cf town.
The" change'w!irgiv& central satisfaction.
, tST -John Loacock, of ?he "American
Ilouse, la this placej has ?ate!y been giving
the interior part, cf hi3 : House a complete
repairing, by altering and improving the
hape and size of the room's, so as to make
thefn more convenient and serviceable
ip2? Democrats, can you1 give your votes
and influence to a set of, men' who were dis-
paid to united States Senators and Repre
sentatiyes, as salaries, and who, upon the
day of, adjournment, voted f too tJtousand
douan more, in each man's pocket?. If you
say you can, we aiKer?with you
fZS?" The parage of the extra bounty bill
delights the claim agents and brokers, into
r i . ., .
wnose pocjceta an enormous sum or the pub
lic money "will fall, should the bill receive the
President's assent. The soldiera to whom
the money la nominally given, will get very
little of it. . ,
,C7 Io the absence of Corp. Albert Iler
bein of Locust, Sergt. Henry Whiteman, cf
Greenwood, was substituted a3 Delegate to
the lata Soldiers' gtate Convention. Sergt
Whiteman belonged, to the 11th Pa. Cav.,
and was one of the captors of General Fitz
Hugh Lee on the Peninsula in the spring of
The. lady that' called at our of
fice last week, subscribed for our paper and
stated that she could not content herself
without having a good county newspaper to
read, ..should " be a pattern for hundreds of
others in thivcounty to imitate; especially
those-mothers who are bringing up a family
of bright young sonsand daughters.
There some ,doubt3 'entertained as
to whether the. provisions of th law efxuali
aing bbuntiea can be carried into effect with
out further legislation. . It will be several
weeks, at least, before the, regulations will
be fully understood and adopted for distri
bution There need be ho hurry in the mat
ter; due "notice rwill fce given a3 soon as the
rolls are prepared. J r; '
tw Fire. Our quiet. town was thrown
into excitement; on Thursday evening1 last,
by thi burning of a frame -dwelling house,
belonging to David Edwards. ' The p'rop
rty wa3 situated on Welsh 1 Hill,"' in the
northern part of town, -and: occupied by
O ! mi rn i . . - .
destroyed, bat.the con tent were; saved",
TE7- MXisi Sabbath School Ceixbra
tiON; -The oScert'and children comprising
the "Cherry Hill Sabbath School." .
Maine townshipj this county,' held an annu
al Celebration on Saturday last, in the grove
hear Capfc, Jamison's residence.; The ser
vices were opened by prayer by Rev. Mr.
SwALLOW,-who was. followed . by ari excel
lent German a idrej3 by Rev W Si 'Eyer.
A most ; suirrptacnis .Fred ; Dinner . wa then
rpread in the grove,- of which' all hands free-
Itt irt " ' ' ' '' ...
Address iollo wed- Rev.- D; C. Jo Tlx then
addrelid! ILe cClltlrett iw:ia:':h: ko' 'cen
tral satisfaction. ' ;: Th ' .'a-Vafrr Sthdoi
Choir, under the-lea J
.or Mrs. Shuuian,
tlhl hy a !!oiiari, at ;
rreet musia- It was alfogether a. dIight-fol.s-J
irt;mtls Siliath School Celebra-
Cap Meeting. Then? wjll.be-a camp
meeting held dnr' Orangeville "circuity three
miles jabove Rohrsburg, in the woods now
owned byIrWiLLiAM Robins, commen
cmg on the thirteenth instant, All who wish
to do good are cordially invited, " Talented
preachers will be in attendance. Come and
heat them; ;,.. .v . ' V . ' 'x ' s
. . Br Ordhi op the Committee.
4Odd Fellow's Parade. The an
nual paradtf of the -1. O. of ; F's.
place at Orangeville, on last Thursday,- and
was a grand success. Music by the Berwick
Brass Band.' 1 Several hundred members of
the Order, in full. Regalia, participated in
the exercises and formed a most interesting
procession. . The attendance of citizens and
strangers was also very respectable.
The procession, after parading through
town, under the direction of Marshal E. G.
Rickets, marched to the Nob Mountain
grove, where they were addressed by Rev.
Mr. IIesser, then partook of a sumptuous
Free Dinner after which another address
was delivered by Rev." N. Spear. It was a
most pleasant and social reunion of this ex
celleut Brotherhood. All things passed off
pleasantly1 and nothing occurred to mar the
order of the interesting exercises. .
JEaJ" On Tuesday of last week the return
match between the Shawanee and Continen
tal Base Ball Club was played at Plymouth,
on the ground of the former club, and result
ed as the annexed score willEhow
Morris, c. -Shafer,
Eyer, r. f. 4
C. Furman, c. 2
Neal, s. 8. .2
Unangst, lb. 3
E. Furman, c. f. 2"
E'well. 3 b. 4
Hartman, 2 b. - 5
Barton, p, v 4
Moyer, J. f. . ? 1 j
Wilson, s.' s.
D- Lance, 1 b
Levi, 2 b.
Harris, 3 b.
Cornier, L! f. '
Nosbitt, c. f;.
Vis Lanct;, r. f. 4 3,
''TQTAL3, i 27 S9 j , TOTALS, i : -27 27
1 2 3 4 5fi7-S!
y 5 542
2 2 0 4 0
; 4 2 ...ay
7 4 2 G...27
LEtT on Bases Shawanee 4.' Continen
STRUCK Out Shawanee 1, Continental 3.
Put out on Foul Balls Shawanee 8.
Fly Catches Shawanee 9, Continental
ll. - ......
Passed Balls-Shawanee 10, Continen
Home Runs Continental 1.
Time of'Gamk-2 hours, 45 minuted' ' "
Umpire; Mr. Theodore - Hyde, - of the
Gotham of New York.
Scorers Wi W.Lnnce ifor the Shawa
nee : i. J. Waller lor tire Continental.
Another vilful and malicious false
hood. The Rej'vLlican in commenting on
the Soldiers' Comention held in this place,
on Saturday the 2Sth of July, Fay3:
"The Convention adjourned to some of
the up town saloons and bar-rooms where
their democracy became so spirited that they
wound up in expounding it by poundins
each others head's ! Of course these were
ail f jx- Clymes and Johnson !"'
Th'3 above is a wilful and intended false
hood. ' The writer of the article knew as
well as every body else, who paw the fracn?,
that it was not Democrats who raised the
row. We admit that there was some '.'head
pounding" after the Convention adjourned,
and it was occasioned by some Abolitionists
who have heretofore considered themselves
bullies, and who followed a few of our Dem
ocratic soldiers up "town to a saloon, where
they had their friends in force, to raise a
quarrel, by jesif-ting that Xnemv Htts better
or as good as a white man, which was more
than our-Democratic-- boys were wiping to
admit. dTence the fight, the beatrfj'of which
was that the. Abolitionists got woftiily whip
ped, and one only escaped death by the
timely intervention, of. some pcace-uiakipg
Democrats. -This, Mr. Republican, your
political friends who were engaged in the
matter admit, and for you to say that "all
those encaged in the fuss -were for Ctymer
and Johnson, is a b vs.e falsehood. We hid
intended to say nothing in reference to the
affair, inasmuch as no good could come from
it, and should not, had the truth been to;d
by the Republican. We had room and rea
son, to boast of the bravery and i-kill of our
friends, and could have done fo truthfully,
in cur last Lsue, had it not been that we
would rather conciliate than irritate. But
we are determined that falsehood shall not
go unreouked. . .
MAURI i; I)
On the 26th of July, 18G6, by the Rev. J.
Eyer, Mr. Daniel FetterofF, to Miss Esther
Nuss, loth of Maine township, . Columbia
At the house of the bride's father, in Lo
cous Township, on the 29th inst, by Rev.
S. C. Swallow, Anna Strauch, of Locust
Township, to Jacob Millard, of Catawissa.
'In Bloomsburg, August 3rd, 1866, Hope
Freeze, onlysonof JohnG. and Maggie W.
Freeze aged 6 years, 3 months and 1 day.
'Insatiate Archer ! would not one suffice ?'
VVHEAT.per bufhel. 3 00
RYU. - 1 5
CORN, ' " " 1 10
buckwheat, ' ' i en
PL 'UK per bbl. 14 !H)
C.OVEasKEO. 5 50
BUTTER. : ' 3.1
F.GC - - ' 5
P TATOES, '' - 2 m
DRIED APPLEi. 3 m
HAMS - - Si
BAiN. ' - . - 11!
HAY by the ton. IS ('0
I.4RO. p-r lb 2o
FLAX SEEII - - 3 m 1
BUCKWHEAT Flour. 300
Came to th: prf miP of tfn nbcriber.
in Or mi ft township. Columbia County. n
or about lb Uh of July. Ut. BROWN
lliilFER. with white tuarks on hir.d let?
and tail, anil tuppofcil to be abnut one yer old,
I be owner or owner re reqaeie-i io come torwera
nd prove property. py charge rv take lier y
otberwue the will be dipoeii oi aa me law mreci.
. Auguit f, ISfiC I f jo.'. .
Estrayed frem the DreniifAf of
the lubicriber. in Hemlock town
ship, Colombia County, not lun(
.nr.e, LIGHT RED Bl. L . about
eighteen raontbn ol.l ; bad no pur
ticular marks . lufnruiution to
hia whereabout wiU be t!iiikfally
iioeraiiy rewarded. Adilrena.
HOMAS J. VANDERSLtCB,
Auj. 8, l3bC 3i
Estate of ObediaJt Campbell f sen., deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters teattmentary
oa tbe estate of Obedi ih Campkell, e ior Ute 'of
Locust township. ColUHibia County, Jeeied, have
eeu (ranted by the Refrivtcr- of aaicj euiity. to J.
' ampbell, of Locust tWnb1p. Columld'a Cnd'nty.aiidr
Nicboia Campoell and Obediah .Cauipb-h, of Shauio ;
L kin.'Norttl'' 'nty " Alt person baTinf claim
ataiosl ths eUle of the drcedem are requested to
preBtmt thrin . far ceuieiucnt. and-tbose iudebled te
ihe estate will mike immediate payment.
The bu.-inest t enefalJj , Wtll ba attended to
by Obeulah S. Campbell. .
NICHOLAS CAMPBELL, 1 ' " f
; ' J- i. CAMPBELL, Exec'r.
CBEElH 8. CAMPBELL, S
Accflt e, usc.-e.t.
OF TUB "-
Centralia Saving Fuud Association.
, - , ARTICLE
- ' i . . .. --.'Nama ' "
.. The Bam of this Ataociation shall be "The Cen
tralia Saviuj Fund AsKiation. '
Tht object of thii Am ociation i to giye its in em -bera
an. opportunity of. uiukiug wcure tiepo-itt. at-,
vuuiulating liuercat p.Wily and by .lie accumulation
and prupur wauagciueul. tuorool, urby the ticcutuaia
linn a.l propt r uiuut thtfraf. r tov uiia
limit..-, ti eu.ioiw then, i purchase rial estate, erect
bunding, pay 'vir.muiijugcj, am, accou.pilrU like
- ' AilTiCLE Iir. '
4 , -dvuio-rj. . . . - -
Th". m. mu-r iT ttiii .loualion .hall bd inhabi
ts .in ct tue Ciiiiud .'tat ut A ;uk r ilh, of the ute of
tw euty one vti unu upwurUM.
- . ' Coinmoacui nt of operations.-
This Ayxhiaii.ii ,-imij k., int.. operation as soon a
three huuurud liurcs tn tak ii.
1 ha officers of this Ais-ciuliun Khali eoni H of a
K.e.idL-i.t and (menu directors, who ahall be elected
by Hie iiUitreholdora. .
V alue of aud Number of Shares.
The value or cadi share etwll be iwo hundred dol
lars, and tha number ol sha:es shall never exceed
twenty. Ave huudred.
For every r bare each ii..lutr of the same chatl pay
an iniatioii fee oi one uo lar.and monthly insialun in
ol one dollar,' until Uie dusoluliou of tuts Associa
tion. : , ARTICLE VIII. '':)
New Members and New Series.
New oieuibeis may be admitted' at ony time until
tweutyrive buiidrud t hi res bail be issued .. Thy
staall pay one dollar itiiutiun ee and the actual val
ue ol Hie share at the . tune beii.g. '1'lie uireclors
shall have tlw power to ileciue whether u. w airna
t.f aliares shall be issu .d, aud wnou the aaoie thai I
Each lihare of stock euijt es the holJer to a loan of
two hundred do lar, on giving sufficient security.
Bids lor Loans.
All moneys received shll ba loaned out monthly,
in ruuisot' two hundred uull.irs. to su--h sh.ireh'il.lers
w h bid for (he same tHe highest premium above the
uiimuiuui fixed by ny. U .
' ARTICLE XI. , V
' Obligations to take Loans.
If at any time no bid fhall be made lor tbe moneys
to be loaned out, the tiici-Uera shall bd buuiiti to take
up the loaiiK at the 1 west preiuiuiu lized, begiuniiig
with thatuiembi-r who shall h.il.l the largest number
of shares unincur:b:re J. - but iiu one -liall bL- cuui
pelled to take m a single aiunUi uiore thau one loan
in this uiauiicr
. ARTICLE XII.
Penalty fur rt;t'u;ing Loansi
In case no biua lir money in the Treasury
aboultl be made, and member refuse to taxe loan for
th. ir fcharusi or togive e:urity lor th; same, then
li.e iu.-um paid u their shares shall be returned
without interest anu alter dediirtins the fines, costs.
and proportionate ioes, to those m default as afore
said, auu l'jr this violation 1 ibj t'onstnuiiou their
names hha'l be stricken .IT the I i t of members.
Security lor Loans.
for every two hundred dollars recrived front this
Association, whelner taken voluutarily or atijudeed
to Uie member, . ccurcii.e to the provision i' this
oiif lituiion alree share ol stock ol' the Association
shall be assiguc. aud HUi ti. othr r shall be mveu as
shall be deemed sutiuient by t mo-Un nl a of the I't-
lectors ptescut, ami alter rards oil such loan one
half t'l-r cunt luu rtal iiesi dee the premium shall be
paid monthly until toe cisxolulion ol'llie Association.
Fi ues lor Arrears.
Foi every dollar, nt tiuua or interest whli h share-
holders ui glrct or refuse l. pay. they shall pay a Cue
ol ten cents for everv n.outli in arrears.
" ARTlCJaE XV.
Withdrawal of Members.
Members wb se shares are uot pledged can leave
this .Vfsot l.ition ail'j Uiur sliall have 'VM ll.irlv
uays notice, in writing, of I lie same to the b"urJ '
diieciwrs.. Thvy shall be entitle. I to re payment of
thcsuuiouiit paid on their shares and to six per ceul.
utereM on in same from 111.- tune or times llie same
was paid by them, but menibi.-rs who have eceived
loa:. Iroin this Asiocialiuu must first pay tbe same
back tu lull.
ARTICLE XVI. ,
. ' Forfeiture of Stock.
. CaineombPred shares on which no payment has
been made for fit months, may be declared forfeited
by the ureilors Thereupon the amount paid m on
uci siutles ba. b- retutied to the folder tber. of,
without interest, alter deducting the hues, costs aud
proportionate losses alio In name stricken from the
list wf lueuiDers.
. ARTICLE XVII. .
Process against deiiyiueut Debtors.
The baru ut uirecturs sfia.i, w itbiut ueiay , collect
by juuiciul process U e lull amount ol all loans, the
holder ct windi is in arieiir uccnuitt ol dues on
lua cajuldl slock, anU interest tor .1 period of six
. i'ayuiciic of Cuits.
All cot ariniuK iriu ta award f a ln from
legai prwcw..i,.j's aiui.i-i deiui iieut ahareholders
sUai: buiu tu.ia.) by such uien.be- causiug the
ARTICLE XIX - . ;
Member? who .-uali pay i.ie.ir iiiHiaiuint or inter-
! est at leestnx monliis li, f0re the raoia is due shall
be fi. wtlci. lu interest Hie . 0n for the lime the same
was paid in auvauce al .lie rale uf six per cent, per
D:s?oIutioii of the Association.
When the capital of this Association has increased
in Value to sueli a th giee that each sha. e .-hall have
an actuatciish Value oi two hundred dollars, then
this Association sbuli determine aud close.
To the JonorubU tkeJvdjcs of the Court of
Common Picas, vi and for the County of
Tim petition of the nndersisned Directors of the
Cenlralin Ravine 1? und Asscciution respt ctfully praya
tht your Honors dodtrree Charter lor the incor
poration of the above Asso iatron in a. rordance with
the Constitution as above act tor.h, and your petition
ers will forever pray.
E. L. Bettekly, '
,L. S. Boner, '
Alex. W. Rea,
M. M. L'ViLle.
Jxo. M. Bedford,
Reuben Wasser, '
J. J. HoAGLAND, "
Jos. H. Dawes,
Augusts. Ictiti. It.
OTICE is hereby eiven n all lejratee. crorlitor
and other persons ineresleil in the estates of the re
spective decedents and minors, that the following ad
ministration an.) gnarilian accounts have been hied
in the office of the Kegister of olnmbia 'oU"ty and
will be presented for confirmation and allowance in
the Orpnan's t'ourt. to be held in Blnoiiifhurg, in the
County ntoiesaid. on W F.UX EtHi V thjaiu day of
September, leoti, at 3 o'clock, in the al'tevnoon of said
I Account of Famuc! Achcnbarh administrator of
Joseph Hay hum. late of On nfe l"wnliip, dee'rt.
1 2 Account of Samuel rhelltlactl and J arub II. Fritr
Execntor ol VViliiain Fritj;. ?ate if Orange town
ship deceased. ' - '"' -' :
3 First account cf Elida .lohn, Fxecutor cf John
Wa'ter. late of Locust township, dee'd.
4 first account of Bit liar. 1 Hess, ad'mr. de tonit
port, nith the will annexed, cf Andrew Hess, lale ot
i Ace unt of Peter and Catharine Gaarhart, ad
ministrators of Henrv Gcarhart. late of Beaver twp.
o Account of J P. Conner; surviving Ex'r of John
Conner, late of Centre township. Cec'd.
7 Account of amuel Conner, one of the Executors
cf John Conner, late of Centre twp , dee'd. as tiled
by 6ilai and Emanuel Couoer, itdim's cf bauiuel
M First and final account of Ab nim Ynnn:, ad
ministrator of James Gibson, late of Greenwood
tviwustiip dee'd. ..-,..
9 Account of Cter K. Her be in Guardian of Han
nah Trice, minor child of tli j ,h lriej dee d. "
Its Account of Peter K. H. iUein, Guardian ofWm.
W, Price, minor rhild of EM; ill rfire. Hee'u.
II Acc4iuot of C: K. Brockwiiy. administrator of tla
Ihias Vt biteBinht, late of Hemlock twp. die'd
ii Account of Daniel siiagley and Daniel injlcy, jr.
adm'rs of John bm gly. late of Heaver twp. dee'd.
13 Account of John Tremftey, Guardian of Eisan
ur I Garrison, tuiuor child of Jacob Garrison, lata ol
b'ooui twp. dee'd
4 tccount of Jsmes N, Slillor. adm'r of Solomon
Si roup, lale ol Madison twp. dc'd.
la Accouut of Ellruda Kline, adm'r of G Lowry
Kline, late ol Urang twp dee'd.
lt Account of t-aiuuel hults, adm'r of Famuel
-hultz. lute ol BfotuB Tk'pi dec'J.'
I Account of Samuel J, Millard, adm'r of Johu
Bilz. late of I. loom Twp, dee'd.
la Account of Peter K.. tlcrbein and Mar.7 Leihy
adiu'r ot Jackson G orge, lute of Lot ust twp . due'd
M Account ol K F t artinun, adm'r ot Zebulon P.
Gross, late of BoToin Tw p. dee d, ' '
M The second accouut of John Applpman and Hi
ran I Appit-nian, Mecutors of Peter Appleman,
lata of Ilctuloes township. d'd,
JOHN ii. FREEZE, Registers
' Rloomshurr, Anjr. 1, letto.
atu ' Mill ! lltU! -
X ' SCRATCH ' SCftATCH' ! SCRATCH I
WH EATON'S OINTMENT
U ill lure, I Lc tab tu 4S Hours-v
Also cure SALT RH tUM. CM EKS, -CHILBLAINS,
and all ERUPTIONS OP THE SKIM. ri-e
50 oDts. - Foraale by all Druggists, by sending Ml
cents to V EtKS c POTTtK Jsole Apeata. 17 Wash
irifton street, boston, n wi bo forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the Usd tats. -Jaae
, lets. ly.
BY vlrUi of sundry writ of vtnditiorti exponas, to
me directed, issued nut of the Court ot Com m in
Pleas in tha County ot Columbia, will becxpnsei to
: public sale, at the Court I loos, in Bloomsoiire. on
MONDAY, THE 3rd DAY OP SEPTEMBER next,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day the follow
ing real estate to wit:
A certain tract of land situate in Locist township,
Columbia county, containing fifty six acres more or
less; bounded on the ao.itli by lands of Oavi I Kries
her & Henry Gnble. on the west by Henry Gable, on
the north by Henry Knapp, and on thi? east by Ivuls
of f brabam and Liavid Kriesher. whereon are erect
ed a Log House and a Log Barn, with the appurte
Weired, taken in execution and to be sold as the
prop -rty of John Perry. '
A certain wharf lot situate in Centre twp,, Colum.
hia county, bounded on the north hy lands of L: VY;
Woolly, n the east hy land of George Shoemaker,
on th south by the North Branch Canal, aud on the
west hy lands of E. W. M. and George Low.
S-iz-.l. taken in execution and to be sold as the
property of Richard TOrby.
A lot of ground aituatp in the Borough of Centralis.
Columbia county, containing fifty feet front and one
hurdred and forty feet deep, bounded on the west by
Locust Avenue, on the north by lot of R. knitlle, on
the cast by an alley, and on the south by a public
road; whereon are erected a two story frame tavern
and dwelling housa, and a large stable, with the
Seixed. tak-n in execution and to be aold as the
properly of Peter Hower.
A certain lot of ground situate in the township of
Mifflin. "Mifflinvilie," and coun'.y of Columbia, con
tain.ng three aerea more or less, bounded on the
south by front street, on the west by wt of Charles
H. Hegon the north by third street, and on tha
et by Fair Street, whereon nre erected a two ?tory
frame dwelling house and frame barn, with the ap
purtenances. " ,
S n t. r, ni s.ttisfa, a 11 I N fi Inornahln fi n ft pfiil'ili.
nf.ires:iil. ontiinioj one :cri a ml a h-i.f nior .11-j
e--, bfiTi'id".! 011 the-norl'i h-. froet street on th
east hy r.ir r-lreel, oil trie oui ) ny srer-nt street,
aJ o th west by lot ft PI10; b Miller
, A L- ' t
One othT lot m the lownMl " " ."ill ! county nf.Tff
fond, coiitainiiis four acren iiHir- or less, bounded on
the south by lot ol Henry F'"dd.r'a tieirs on the enst
bv lot ol U. H. iless. on tb f north by fourth street,
and un the west by .Market struct
One oilier lot sitifatc in the township and county
aforesaid, containing two acres, bounded 011 the east
by Fair street, on the north and we-l hy lot of Lewis
Eckrotli, and o'n the south hy grave yard lot.
One other out lot in the township and county afore
said, coniaiuine two acres, bounded on the east by
street on the north by lot of John Keller and
others, on the west fcy lot of Char.es VVerklieiner,
and on the south by lot of Charles Hess, with the
tiajized, taken in execution and to be sold a? the
property of crainucl B. Seibert, with no'.ice toTeire
Tenants. v i t . - . .
- , .. ALSO,
All that certain piece ot tract of 'and situate in
Sugnrlo.if township. Columbia county, containing
one "hundred acres more? or less, about sixty acres of
which H cleared laud: botmded an I described as fol
lows to wit: on the norih auu eat by lands of Con
rad Hess, on the south by lands of Samuel .less, and
on the west by lands of tseujuniiti I't. rinan. whereon
are erected a one story plank dwclliug house, a log
stable, with the appurtenances.
Heizud. taken in execution and to be sold aa the
property of William J. Hess.
SAMUEL SNYDER, Sheriff.
rioomsbtir?, August K, looo.
JpirORTANT TO FARMERS.
GRRAT I VI PROVEN EN PIN
HAND FANNING MILLS.
TH K patentee, Mr.GEOROE LEA'!!, after twelve
years of experiuienTinz in the construction tit f.ns
and prain cleaners, ha at length perfected a very
simplf Cetire by which firm, rs can arrive at any
perfection ill the scloctn.g of all kinds of grain fur
I claim for this machine that it does away with all
counter currents, and cives an even uniform blast,
testing tne r.iin by wciiint and not by size.
The eonviction is now well grounded in th- mind
of the be-t scieutitic men of the country, that the
marked depreciation of the grain crops for years
back, is owing to the degeneration of the seed sown,
and n. l to the poverty of the soil, anil it is also the
opinion of many that the wcavil and other destroy
ing insects, yo destructive to the crops, are Produces'
aud mator-il within the. kernels, thus rendered 'mlit
cr than the i.ther.i. so that they are by this machine
This improvement may b- attached toany ordinary
farming mill. It can chaff much faster and clean
-rain for market more peifectly than any machine
extant It enables the farmer to select froiri his mer
chant grain, the soundest and healthiest berries lor
y this means also, all grns ecds may be broiijht
to the same perfection fr founit, as the bin of
grains. t GEOKGE LtiACII.
5 ' ' Owcgo. Tioga Co., N. Y.
1 refer, by sperial permission, to he folloiving Ut
ter 01 the Nevf York State Agricultural S iciety ;
Ho Commxsioe or Patfuts :
1 have examined with treat care Mr, L'ach's
Fan. of iiwipn, Ti"ia Countv, New Yoik It seems
to me. jti careful examination, th it it is a i improve
ment of vast importance to the furin. rs. u.ill- rs and
ail in fact who use grain, it is very simpl--. an i
will (.'ive to the farmer long n.ed -il in anst'S -pa
rale the f; rain, ii eives a ueitoriu berry, an 1 tnis a
uniform plant, all ripening at the same lime, ilia- a I
ding a large percentile to to.- crop, I hop. , on car.:
lul eta 101 11 at ion. that you will think it wuilliy of a
p . ace among the approved inventions.
lam very truly yours,
U. P. JOFI VSON.
Fec'y of the N. Y State Agricultural Sci ty.
The undeisiKiie.I. having used and tested Le.ii h'
Fin in a-paraliue and aelecting ear seed srain fr tne
last year, nre fully satisfied with the improvement,
and gladly endorse the Secretary' letter, and recom
mend to the farmers generally to make use of it be
fore the next sowing ;
I). I. Bioodgood. Treaa. Tioga Co.Ag'l Soc.
George VV. Hollenback. owego. N. Y.
. J-lin I. Taylor.
E. L. B. Curtis, Pre'sl Tompkins Co. Agricultural
and Horticultural Society.
Joseph Martz, Catawissa.
C. V. McKelvy.
Beiijamii VVsgner. Boanngcreek, Col co.
Jacou Kostenhauder Fra-ik!iu,
Jesse Menscb, "
George ticoit, "
i. H. Brown, Maine.
Daniel Yetter, '
Joseph Conner, Centre, ,
nlord ecai .viiliard. "
Ellas Creasy, "
Vastme Boon. Bloom.
. David Clak, .Wontoqr twp.
J ll Uunk.
Grier Quick. . . ,
Jan.e Ki ton, f"
, Itei.ry lilww, ..." , .
t.ilberl il . 1 s l?r. nrl;' rcre-. k , .
' W. Oey Ra,. m:i k. . ..
J- t - tl i.( f t I".
Vrt tl'- aveii- Vt"I '"Jaui twp.
Henry Meilirs, e'.-oil, . ,
j.'i.n Sici;i' k,
Jacob Gerard. Gr' ;'two J.
Caleb nde.iiaii, il- uto-nkco inty.
John lxwetl. , "
Fraiikliti Snyder. " "
t?" "lill repaired bv -
Aufnst 8. 13C6. Catawissa.
- . VAL CABLE REAL ESTA TE.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Columbia county. Pa. on . .. - ,
SATURDAY, THE X5TH DAY OF AUGUST
next, at 10 o'clock in tit" forenoon John Gordnerand
Thomas' Stock house. Executors of Thomas Stack
house, la'e of Pin township, in said county, dee'd,
wi II expose to sale, by public vendue, on tbe premi
ses, a certain ..'.-'
situate in Pine township, Columbia county, adjoin
tut lands of Samuel Stackhouse and Georce ttark
houe, on the nort ; Abraham Yrnng and R.ber
Kussel. on the east : Exekiel'Crossley and Willian
Weidrnhanimcr. on the south ; and the County Line
on the wet; containing
317 ACRES AND 150 PERCHES,
strict measure, of ubich about one hundred arres is
in. p roved land ;ther is erected on the premises a
one f?rory and a half Dwetline 'louse two log Barns,
and an -ni'ple orrhsr.t ; late the estate ot said de
ceased, situate in the township of Pine jnd comity
uforeraid. J s-SE I Oi-E.M AN, t lerk.
CONDITIONS OF SALE : Ten per rer.L r.f nns
fourth of the purchase money, Io be paid by the pur
chaser upon the striking down i.f the property ; one
fourth th purchase money less ten per cnt. to
be paid upon the confirmation of sale Nisi. Tbe res.
i.'.ue of 1 he j arcliase money in oe year from confir
mation Nisi, with interest. The purchaser to pay fir
Deed and htampa ' ' ' - ,
.' JOHN COR DNF.R. ) .
THUS. tTACKIIUUSE j t-Xr
Pine, July 25. lro6. 1.- 4 '
Estate of William Mann, deceased.
' I.ETTHtS of administration 6n the estate of Wil
liam Mann, ate ol Beaver township. Columbia cuun
ty. deceased, have ben granted by the Recister of
said county, to Allen ilann. Esq . who resides in
feaver towns hip. All persons having claim against
the e-tate of the d-eedent are requ sted to present
ihem immediately for settlement, and those om it g
the estate will make payment forthwith
ALLEN MANN, Jtdm,
Angust I, 86 -6w.
. R -spect fully announces hiwslf to the public as an
experienced WELL-DIGGER and WATER S H ELI
ER. Peraona aestroue to tear where water can be
easiest found, and all ho hate w lis to dt:. wiU
do well to employ the undersigned. Coptrans Will
be taken bj the font or by tb day. to' soil the em
ployer. . , Addrcsa. .
14 WILLI AM HOG EES.
7- 'v."v " -I .,, , .'
Guaranteed by printed Certificate to be entirely
free from adulteration. "
" Concentrated Bone Fertilizer '," .
a reliable quick yielding manure.
CC7 Farmers can order direct or throueh any re
sponsible dealers. C7 A liberal discount allowed
Oealers A J. BRLIMG,
August I leC6 2in. Allentown, Pa.
Located at Bloomsburg, Columbia County,
To spread abroad the influence of Education and
train ujiyoiitii to intelligence and moral nitliienc.o,
is. ol c-Jirse.ihe prime ohj.-ci fm which every school
I is i stublished There arts many ways in which this
ohj.'ct is .oncni to be obtained. . We deem that the
11. iit prup.-r a:.d successful, howevei, w hich aims st
Hie development of all th-f natural talent of llie pu.
nil ; which calls luto active uie ever faculty o: the
niiinl, ami exercises nil its powers to their utmust
iaei.1 ity ; for by so iloiue, the whole mind is
streug heneil, and that ju-l e'luipoiie anion; all the
p wers. which is so essential to complete success, is
J he founders or this Institution intend that it-hall
be second to none in the facilities it affords youag
men, for acquiring a thorough Commercial and busi
ness education, or iu preparine for any class in
College ; or inth advantages it afford young ladies
for ac.iniiig a Uselul and Ornamental Education.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION,
UENRY CARVER, A. M.. .
. i Ruv. J R DIM H, A.M..
raorsssoa orAncicNr Lahooagcs.
Miss PA RAH U RVt-R,
Miss M. ALICE CARVER.
ASSISTiKT PRKCkPTKESS AND TeaCUIvR OF IksTRCXES
Fall Term commence September 3d, Winter term
will commence November lillh, 16UU.
Tuition per term of eleven weeks
Preparatory Depart melt 9 5.00
Comuion Loalisli Krailhes 1 H,UU
'Higher English, .Ancisut. and iljj-
itii Lausuaiies 10,00
Lessons on Piano IU Ou
Painting, hrawiiir, Wax Fruit and Plowers
it., as reasonable as in any other first
During the Fall term the Principal will irive a
tourse if lecturi-s oa the theory and practice of teach
ing, and t mis utr.ird an exce'tent opportunity for
tho-ewho desire to become first class Teachers.
I'ersons desfrii'C further information will please ad
dress the Principal or tbe Secretary ofthe noard.
1. e. R PERT.
President of Board of Trustees.
' FREDERICK EYER. Secretary.
Ju'y 45. Jr"U3. , , .
(ROVESTEEN & CO.,
499 Ilroadway, cw York.
THE ATTENTION of the pubiie and the trad- is
I invited to or NI1W SIM Lr;, SEVEN CTAVE,
r.OSEWO- D 1'IANO FORI Ed. hnh f r vfduu.e
and j uiity of tone art unrivalled by any hitherto of
f r-d in litis market. They contain all tbe modern
iuiprovemeiils. French erand a- tion, harp pedal. iron
frame, over-slruue bass, etc., and each instrument
being ni.iiie 1.11. er tl:- per-oiiat supervision of Mr.
J 11. Gbovkstken. who has a pia t:cal experience of
over tbiny years in their manufacture, is fully war
ranted in every iiar'icu'ar
TIIR Ohuyr.STl:F-JC ri.ljn-FOKTK''
ReCEIVLO Hit Ht'lHKST A AID Or MKR1T AT TUB CCLS-
iiuitD World's r air
Where were ciliil.it.-. I instrunieiits from the best
makers i f midou, Paris, Germany. ' hiladelpliia.
r.aitimore, iio..t..n and iew York ; and also at the
American I nstiiute for ft ve successive year, the
Gold aud Sii.vir Medls Iroin both of which can be
se- n a' our Tvare-rooun. -
tv III-. 1111 ro.nici -on of improvements we make a
sti'l more perfect Pinuo forte, and by manufacturing
la'-ly. m itira stnctlv ca-h system, are enabled to
oft'er the e iiisiruiuents at a price which will preclude
ail competition .
O - r ' rices are fjoni $IU0 to $id0 cheaper than any
fir si lass Piauo-forl-!
'1 L ' M.- Net Cash in current fund.
! criptive circulars sent free:
July 1 1, 1.-66 ly H. it P.
I ENRY GIGER,
Has opened a fret class BOOT, SHOE,
HAT AfjD.CAP STOhE,
At his o'd stand c.n Main Street Rloomshut g. His
stock is composed of th5 very latest and be.it styles
ever offered to the citiiena of Columbia County. He
can accommodate tne public wit! the following kinds
Mun's calf bo-da. fine. -
kip. double sole,
B iys child's boots,
lien's glove kid. Conjtress, Slc
- Hal. Shors.
women's boys and misses glove
kid lasting mt. rs.
Women's Elove kid. very Oni.
fir.e goat morocco ba'morsls,
m n a morocco and calf shoes,
Mises" and Child's shoes.
fo.Ui to 9 00
3 75 to 5 75
1.75 to 4.75
2 5(1 to 5.75
1 UO to 3 0'J
1.75 to 5 75
3 25 to 5 75
S id to 4 U
1.75 to 2 50
1 .5 to a ,Vl
0.'5 to 1 til)
.Men's, women', misses', bovs and child
lippers. 11,23 to 1 CO
He also keeps a great variety of II ATS, CAPd and
of cv iy lind, at the lowest prices, both for Cash and
R' iiieioh- 1 the attraction 'sin our eood. Don't
be aUai Mir.l al the cry if high prices, but call and see
for ourselves. Kesp xtl'uuy,
HENRY GIG Ea.
Blo iiihurg. July II. I'Cfi.
2oltce of Confirmation.
THE following appraisement of real and prson
nl property set apart to the widows of dec-dents
have been filed iu "he office of the Register of Colum.
bia County under the Rules of Court, and will be
presented f r absolute confit tnation. to the Orphans
Court to be held in Hloomsburc in and for said coun
ty, on Wednesday, the 5th day of September, A. U
Ini G at two o'clock in the afternoon of said dv, un
less exceptions to such confirmation are previous
ly filed, id" which all persons interested in said es
tates will tak-. notice :
I Widow of Georir L. Johnson of Orange Twp..
8 Widow 01 Kleazar H. Hess of Centre Township.
3 Willow of John Lawreuce of Uei ilock Twp.
4 Widow of J hn Ritz of Bloom Township.
, 5 Wlilow of Daniel Monlan id vtt Pleasant Twp.
6 Widow t.f D R iMefic.k, of Scott 'township.
7 Widow of George Sanders o I'ine Tow nthip ,
5 Widow of Ri uti- n Hess of Fishingrreelr I wp,
9 Widow of Jacob Sch weppenhi-iser of Mifflin twp .
It) Wjd w of Eli Cn-veline of Seoit Township.
It Widow of Freeman C Kellei of Locust Twp.
1-2 Widow of II. Haines Foi of Locust 'township.
i:t W idow of l.ewis W. Kulpof Main Township.
14 Willow of Samuel Remley of Scu.1 Township,
la Widow of iicl.ae n th. Iileifi r of Bloom Twp.
.( Widow .f Janu s Ralston of l.lo. 111 Township.
17 Widow of Jaco. Rupp of Locust Towiislup
JOHN G, FREEZE, Register.
Sloomshnrg Aug. I, leoti.
Lisl of Causes for Trial ai eptpl
btr Teriu, 18S6. '
1 Stephen P.aldv. vs. The Cta issa WillJarfisport
and t-rie Rail Road C-tnpany.
2 t i lia.u I. Lance vs Th0111.1t Creveling.
3 Jacob Harris vs Peter Jacoby.
4 Andr.-w J Snyder vs John Sheatler.
5 Jacob Sim in an vs. Chritisn Wolf,
6 Jacod !lniin in ts. Jacob llartxel.
7 A.S. Sau! vs. Benjamin Winterstcn.
8 Samuel Henry Vs. Jacob Hosier. Win. Klinetob &
Gut -op Hosier, late doing business in the name
of Hosier i Co
9 Jacob Shunian vs The Catiwis Rail Boad Co.
10 f;eofge A Herring vs Peter filler.
11 Edward Heflner ts The Locust Mountain Coal 4.
Iron CO el al.
12 J I'. Ilarkenbcrg for the use of 31. Chamberlin vs
fitas D Edgar.
13 John Hititerliti-r vs John Jimesn.
14 Jaci b ReiuUy vs I'alawissa Bail Road Company.
15 William A. asc ei.. it. vs. The Twp of Centre.
ioWilliain 1. anion ts Peter H tyman.
17 Willian. Iwitiion v John Vanpeil.
1A Henry F Nns? ts Borotish of tterwiek.
13 Abraham B. Swisher vs Samuel Kimby.
JO J. F. Anspach et al v William P Ryon.
at Fli Jones i- ile C Abbott et al
sf-2 John Jameson is Joseph R Jamcsm.
il:i Green 01 "I Tnwnsnip vs Sam h I Bogart.
84 ylveste,. J Faux vs I-aacWhiti;
25SvlveterJ Faux, vs Isaar W hit.
-0 Chi islam Knapp vs The Si tt ol District of Bloon.
27 llostl. r t Wile v Sih'.uer 4c Wife.
W risht Hucu. s v P-ter .Miller.
STJ David Larishv Mount Pleasant Township.
30Sylvest-rJ Paul vs. Isaac White.
31 Johr Dlldfne et al vs farvm 'taster.
3i J01 athun Knittle v Wnfhl Hughe.
3d Mtiry t- Green vs Isaac W hi..
:4 Vni hael asey Vs Franklin Taylor, et. II,
3- jam. Harry Pobe't G-orrell
: John Lnvtusv Barney McHreartv.
37 Pater karshner tt al v Daniel Kruu. ada'r.
n ptr.moTt KeyP'ra v T!TewBtCjj OT cTttrB.
I Veal estate for sale.
Estate of William Robison, (lcccasedi
3 Valuable -iusiness Stands,
On Main Street. Bloonisburr. adjoining the Court
House and nearly opposite the Exchange Hotel,
TWO SMALL HOUSES AND LOTS,
on Ridge Alley, known aa the "Spring I ot " -
. ONE HOUSE AND LOP,
on Rock Street. Also TIMBER LAND io Jay town,
ship. Elk county, .. . - ."
ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED' ACRE3,
well timbered with White Pine and Hemlock, food
The above property will Se offered at
until the 13th of AUGUST next, oa which day if not
oid, will be offerc i al
on tlie premises, near the Court House, at 10 o'clock
A . M.
E7 Apply to the subscribers, or to Miss Isabella
Robison, Bloomsburg. Pa.
ALI X. KOIIMOV, Maucb Chunk, I
. A PARDEE, Hazlcton. j Ex r.
June 5, I860. is ' .
Cr- TT ir. 5r? TtT) Sf & 3
CffltOCUEwY 8 I Oil IL
THE undersigned begs leave to announce to the
citizens of Bloomsburg aud the surrounding
country that he keeps ronstan lly on hand at his old
stand, on the south east corner of Main and Iron sts.,
a prime lot of .
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
Coffee. Sueur. Syrups. Tobacco, Cigars,' Dried Fruit,
loal Oil. Snuff, Spices, Butter. Eggs. Lard
Cheese. Dried Beef, Crackers, Drugs. Partor
and Hand Lamps, Paints of all kinds,
and paint brushes. Dye Stuffs, Dry
Goods, Calicoes, Cloths for buy's "
wear, oaps. Flour, Chop,
Quernsw ar. Glass. Put-
ty. Salt. Fish Meut.
Hosiery. Books, Writing Paper, Ink, Hardware,
Pocket Knives. Combs. &c. &c. Sic .
He keep in fuel everything appertaining to a first
clas . ,
Grocery ntid Variety Store.
He i determined not to be undersold. All kinds of
produce taken at the ..
IIIGllLVr MARKET PRICES.
Having just received a new Hock, the people are
earnestly invited to call and satisfy themselves. By
strict attention to business, he hops not ontv to re
tain his patronage but lo increase it. He feels'thank.
ful for past favors, and with many years experience
iu the business, he feels confident he can render sat
isfactiou te all who favor him with their pntronatro.
JOHN K. G1RTUN,
Bl lomslmrg. June 20, I860.
.j URRAII FPU .
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
Goods to compare with stringency of the Monpy
ItlarKt, Look and compare prices before purchas
ing elsew he.re. Ju.;t rail at the favorite business
stand of McNiuch Si Shunian. and you will be met
by the obliging I'r prietors or their Clerks and shown
i hrough their irreat variety Store free of charge, of
course, ttiey will (rive you a fair chance to -pend your
loose change, they trust much mote profitably than
it can be spent elsewhere. Their
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in all I ts varieties than
usoil. Thej. Ladies Dress Goods areof the nicest
style n Market. They have a fine assortment of
S3 a Is, Cap. ISoolsaiuI Shoe-,
Summer Cloths. Casiuct-t. Casimers nnd Vestings,
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, besides a general assortment of
II AR DW ARE, TIN W A R E,
Quernswnre and Groceries, (ill al greatly reduce 1
prices. Tin y wish to conduct their . business on the
"PAY AS YOU GO"
and they think they can afford to sell very cheap.
Thev return their thanks for many past favors, and
ak the future patronage of their former customers
and the public g nerally.
McNIXCll & S HUMAN.
BLOOMSBURG FANCY TRIMMING
Second di or below Hartman' Main Street.
Jusi received a new stock of
ZEt'MtBS, WOOLEN AND COT
TON YARNS, COG SETS.
MUSLIN, EDGIKGS. DRESS
aud every variety of article usually kept in a
AiseScitool Book. Hymn Book, Bible, Sunday
School Books, and a large lot of
MIS CELLANEO CS B 0 0KS,
Account and Memorandum Booka, BInnk Deeds.
B-jiids and Mortgsees. and a general and well-sclsct-ed
assort met. t of Paper, Envelope, &.e;
Bloomsburg, Jane 93. 1306. -:t '
liEAD I AHEAD ! !
Latest and Grandest opening cf the season
BOGART 8c KREAMER'S
Cheap and Extensive Dry Goods Enqori
Where they will r ffer th newest and most desirahle
styles and qualities of FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
embracing all the latest varieties and styles in the
In the Dry Gnrds line thr-y offer the following,
among many other article sold by them, at
PA IMC PRICKS,
Plain Black and Fanrv Dress Silks, Calicoes of every
description and fleurp. Black and olored
Mohair Alpaccas. Real Urgancy Jaconet
iTIuIiii, Slarrtiiiffst, Pi I loir
and Linen. Ti kinss. Checks. (Coffin Pantatvon
Stuffs. I iueu Driomici, Flannels. Cotton and
Linrn Table Cloths. For the latest tl
of PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS,
for Ladle and Chi'dren, i all upon
BOGART & KREAMER.
They also keep on hand a complete assortment of
io3ion ami lirocerie,
consisting, in part. Gloves. Hosiery of all kind.
Balmorals, i-onnei Ribbons, Summer Hatsfor men,
women and children. Head dresses., I ace vei'a. pen
knives, combs of every description. pencils. pen paper
and in ft : Also, Sngars Vtolas-es, 's.oo.1 syrups ) salt,
pepper and spices, Maekerel of got d quality . cheese,
butter and etiss. hams, sh mlders and side.
'J hey also have a full assortment of
siichasates. nails and spiked. Screws, hinges and
bolts. Taints and Oils, Cedar Buckets aud Willow
Baskets, &c. c.
LOG ART & KREAMER,
sell cheap for Cash, or Country Produce, which will
betaken in ex-hange. fr goods. Give them a call
and examine their extensive assortment for your
selves before purchasing elsewhere "
BOGART & KREAMER.
July 4. If6,-tf
ZSmtV TO YOUNG MEN.
Just Published, in a Srnlri Envelope Prtee t'l tents.
A Lecture on the Nature. Treatment, and Radical
Cure of Spermatid i ho-a. or Seminal Weaknesa. In
voluntary I--missions. Sexual Debility, and Impedi
ments to Maruace generally. Nervousness, ;on
sumption, Epili-dsy, and F't ; Mental an.l Physical
Incapacity, res-iltiiif from Self Abuse, ace lly Ron
ER'P J CliLVt-RWELL. M. !., Author of the
'Green Book.'- &.0
The world-renow ned author, ia this admirable Lec
ture, e early prove from his own experience that
the awfui ronequne 'f Heif Abuse may be effect
ually reiriovs-d without medicine, and without iian.
rerous su gical operations, bougies, instruments.
rine. or cordials, p.intine out a mode of cure at
imce crtaiu and t-ft. ctu.il. by wnich every sufferer,
nomstler hat his condition maybe, may cure hi'n-s-lf
i benpl y. privately, and rndically. I'HISLEC
TURI. Wo L I KOI L A BOON TO THOUSANDS
Sent, niidei eal. in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, post paid, on receipt of n cents. Or two post
age stamp, by addressing
HAS J.C.KLINE t CO,
107 Bowery. Ne York, Post oi&cebt x. 456
Ju'y " 'cav. ly ,
ybo,000 fclllNGl.ES i: A LARGE
LOT OF FENCING BOARDS FOR
sals- The undersigned offer for ale upon the
most reasonable terms, at his place of business, in
BF.VTON. COLUM; IA OoilXTV.iw hundred thou
sand shinglea and a large lot of fen cilia- board, of
the vary best quality, hoik pine aad hemlock.
JL J. JdeHJSNSY. '
Ptrton , Hty , IW,
TEW 8 TOTE AND TIN SHOP.
ON M A I V STB EET, (VR A LY OP rOMTZ
MILLER'S STOBE.) BLOOMSBoKS. PA.
: THE ondarsigned has Just fl'ted P. and cpene4i
b's roi e A?vi TlMiop,
In thi place, where he i prepared to make op sew
TIN WART, of all kind in bi line, and do repair
ing with neatness and disp itch, iipou the most i rea
sonable terms. He alo keep an hand STOVES of
Variou pattern and ityle. which be will el! npoa
term to uit purchaer. . . .
Give him call. He ia ft good mechanic, ftftd de.
.erving of the pub.ic patronage.
Bloomfbttrg, May 8. iaf.8. ly.
ISS LIZZIE PETERMANs
... ' . . ! . .1.- in.iitts At RiAnmshrir and
tvouia annonncc tu n --. j.
the pubiie generally, that she ba Just recetvad Irom
the eastern ci'ies her
0. spring: ami SnniMer.
4 stock ef ' . ..
consisting of all article v1"'"' funa in B,,t '
Millinery r-tore. Her goods are of the best qoaltty
and among the most handsome and cheapest ia that
nihrket Cull and examine them for yourselve..
Nobody should purchase elsewhere before examia
ing Miss Peterinau'a stock ot goods Boone' made
to order, on the shortest notice, or repaired. ,
Store on Main street. 3d door below the tor of
Bloomsburg, May 2, I3U8.-lf. - ,
,JO ! FOR HUN S BERG ER'S
TOBACCO' STORE, (" .
in BLOOMSBURG, all you who deaire a superlof
article ot chewing or smoking tobacco. .Hi cigar
are made up of the finest quality of tobacco.. Every
body iu town knows where to go to get a good arti
clc. lie will si 11 at retail or wholesale to suit the
purchaser, he is not particular. Shopkeepers wad
landtorda generally would do better by. puiebasing
of him than of the peddler and hucksters that trv-.
el through the country. They run no risk of being
cheated in what they buy. Patronize regular line
if you wish to get the wor.h of your money. .
CLyT" More on Main Street, a few doors below th
"American House." ''
H, II. nUNSBERGHR,
May 9, leo.-Sra. - -
Epy, Columbia Co. Pa
The undersigned having became sole proprietor of
this well known and conveniently located Laad, '
respectfully informs his friend, and the public ia.
general, that ha has put his houe in complete -order
for the accommodation of boarders, and for tbe receo--
Hon and entertainment of traveller who may feel
disposed tn tavnr it witn tneir custom. No expense
ha been spared in preparing this Hotel for the enter -.
tninmenl of guests, anu nothing shall be wanting, oa
his p irt. to minister to their personal comfort. The
location, as wtll as the building, is a good one, and
all together is amply arranged to please the pubtie. .
Espy. April 11, 1864. tf.
Silsij aj; ?
I have opened a new Store at the old stand of Da
vid Slroup, on Main street. Bloomsburg, and will
keep on hand a general assortment of
CE ir s Da 33. cei d S3 S a
Such a Dry Goods. Notions. Groceries, Tin-ware,
Hardware. Cedar and Willow Ware, Drags,
Confectionary, Glass-Ware, Tobacco. Hats ol
Shoes. Flour, Salt. Fish and Meat i all of
which I propose telling at a very low figure for
cash or produce.
IS Call and see. C. C. MARE.
Bloomsburg. April 18, 1860 tf. . -
rpHE undersigned respectfuliy announce
tj 111 '
nil 111 ir flint ho IfAan. An.ina,tl k.J
- r . a.. K 1UIID Va 11 . J Vu ucdu, ftliui
iu nana, one noor Deiow Uutz a Drug fctort.
Oil Cloth, and Peper Window Shade. Cora. Taa
sel and f ixtures, for Picture , See., of the very
latest styles and is prepared. to do all kinds cf paper
hanging to order.
E. J. TI10RTON.
Bloomsburg, April 4 Ic"G6. tf
WRAPPING AND MINING PA-
? PER. Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
per Mills at Mil! Grove, near Bloomsburi. Columbia .
County, Pa I am now prepared to till all order for
Wrappine, Pry Blasting anu Water Proof Paper, oa
short notice and fair ptices. I have opened a ware,
house in Wllkei-Barre. nd appointed Joseph Brown
oi the firm ot Hrown. Ornyte Co.. my agent to dispose
of my paper lti Luzerne County.
Bloomsburg. Sept. 16. ftS.
U-MRER1 LUMBER! .
A new LumJier Yard in, .Bloomsburg,
TH R undersigned would respectfully inform thosj
in want of lumber that he continues to manufac
ture and keeps on hand r good supply of building
aiidfeneingin.tftr!'i. at bia resioenre, a abort die
lance north of the depot, which he off rs for sale at
rea-onable rates. JACOB t?CHUYLER.
Bloomsburg, June 2(1. 1?6G. -
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
t ROOMS OYER
Bloomsburg, July II, I36G. tf.
A Select School in the basement of this institotien
will commence on
MONDAY, JULYZO, 18C5,
and continue eleven weeks.
, . RATL8 OF TUITION,
Primary Si holar, fS.S
Common English Branches, - 3,X
,o reduction for absence except In ease of pro
treted ticknes. ... .,
Pupils can enter school al anjr time before tbe mid
dle of tha term.
J. GARRISON, TtMcher.
Bloomsburg, July 1868 3t.
FA tin at PRIVATE SALE.
i HE subscriber offer at Private Sale, aFarm'tif I
1 uati d in O'irge Twp., Col. co. Pa. li miles from' 1
Uoiirsuiire and 3 from Orangeville, containing
OSK HUNDRED AND SIX ACRES.
Sixty of which is cleared and well improved, tha
balance is ell timbered. There are on the premise
commodious new buildiuss a good orchard and a
large youne apple and peach orchard, of six yaarg .
growth, begiuning to bear.
Orange twp, March 2H, 13C5
C.W. WALKER, A. M.,
Announces tn the people of Columbia county and vi
cinity, that he ha taken charge of the Greenwood: .
Seminary al MiHville. Colombia county. Fa., and wilt
re-open it. the Fall Itra commerrting ou the 1'to.h of
A full coips of Xtle and experienced Teacher i
8a VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
taught on tbe Uoiiscbalk system, a nuw aud improv
No pnins spared to make the instruction entertain- .
ing. thorough and practical.
For particulars end for Circular,
C.W WALKER, A. M.. Prtnripat.
Millvilie, Colombia County, Pa.
Aogtlst 1 IW. 3t,
If you wish to live long and die bappy, go wltbonl
in tbe best Com ('any in the world,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY DF
ITS CASH ASSETS ARE $'S 000 000.
and its annual dividend for tbe fiscal year of IPtS
amount. to seventy five per cent, on all participat
ing pi-einidms. being the largest dividend ever de
clared ly any company for tbe same length of Urn.
Fo- further information apply to
JOHN G. FREEZE. JteenU
July 13, 1?66. 3in. Bloouisburg. Pa.
Look to Tour Interests 1
SiVK 300 VVAl i EM.
M HAVE capital recipe for the msnn fartnr of
I t randy, Irish v hiskev and Old Bourbon. Th
re, ipes aie useil by aU the leading dealers, a a I yoa
buy from thrin the same arti. le you ran easyty make
yoursel Buy the recipes for our own use and sva
your money. Price 5 cent each, or 9lfrthe three.
tl. A, tAlLWELL.
Tov ll lro0.-6w.
THE nn.Ierigned gira notice to the public to net
credit, board or harbor MISs JANE HENRY, of Ftsh
inecreek on hi aeeoint. aa be will py no dblof
her contractinc. She left the premises of the under
signed, bar father, oo or about the 15th of June last.
Fiafciafereet, Acg.l, 1?58.-H,