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DEMOCRAT AND STA1L
Wednesday, August 15, 1866.
" , , AKSV7X23 TOCOHSS'P0NDENTS
. S. & , Of Benton. Your communication
will appear next week.
James. All tho colors of tho rainbow
may be prodac6d by making the rays of the
Bun pass through a transparent pristu of glass.
A.C. ists Are- those collections of va
pora which clnefiy rise from fenny moist
J daces, and become more visible as the light
S?$ Sec new advertisements in to-day's
i 1 t t
82?" Gold remains' steady. City papers
Vraote t as being bought at 1.43 and sold at
1.49 and 1.50. . ,
Several Democrats from, this plxce,
tartcd last "Monday morning for tho Phila
1 ; . . ' J .,
. m o m m m i 1
a? Peter Ent, has, at his Store, it Light
iStree, several hundred gallons of pure ci
der vinegar for sale. 4L .
fiSU Our subscription list still increase?.
Last week we added to our list a large num
ber of new subscribers " .
ftST C. C. Marr will pay the highest mar
ket price in cash or trade for all kinds of
Dried Fruit 4t. .
Egy We print on our outside, "Columbia
County's Serenade to Tliester Clymer,"
written some time ago, by CoL: John G.
Let'every returned soldier keep his
discharged The Republicans are trying to
disfranchise all soldiers who cannot produce
William Ikeler, of Fishingcreek,
advertises, by hand-bill and through our pa
per, valuable tracts of land and personal prop
erty for ale. . A fine opportunity as offered
to buy a farm good land and cheap. Who
t will be the purchaser ? "
... - gyCntcrs. Gardner k Ilcmmings'Cir
- cus'and Van Amburgh's Managerie will es
lubit in this place on Thursday, the 23d inst.
This combination of entertainments is the
largest and most interesting institution of
the kind traveling. See advertisement in
S& The Abolition party, of which the
' editor of the Rcpvllican is the leader in this
county, arc the particular friends of the ne
gro, and would extend to hira the right to
vote. That party think more of the ne
gro than they do of the white man.
S2? The Culumhian in discussing the
character, claims and capacity of the differ
ent Democratic candidates for County
nomination, threatens that if the best men
are not nominated there will be volunteer
candidate?. Will the mountain brrBg forth
Railroad .Accident. Through unoffi
cial reports we learn that an accident of con
siderable magnitude occurred on the P. &
E. R. R. near Muncy, on Thursday latt.
Several cars were completely dettro3'ed, a
great inany passengers wounded,, and t-omc
killed. It is reported that a land slide was
the cause of it. .
EST, We wish to call the attention of our
Democratic friends to the fact, that 3Ir.
Mauger of the " Forks Hotel," is untiring
in his attention to business, always in a pleas
ant humor, with a kind word to every one,
and labors to make his numerous customers
perfectly at home. Tryhim, and s:e wheth
er he is not a model landlord.
Meeting at Danville. On Thursday
of next week, the 23d inst, IIiester Cly
MAR will address the people of Montour
County. It is the intention to have him
address a mass meeting in Columbia Coun
ty but not till after the County Convention
has been held and our nominations made.
Tite Inquirer. Attention is directed to
the prospectus of the daily Phila. Inquirer,
in this paper. Read it, and learn where to
get a live 7K3Cj-paper. Politically we never
thought much of this paper, but for new.,
foreign, domestic or local, there are few daily
papers that surpass it. We again say, read
During the past week we had a visit
from E. S. M. IIlLL, Esq,, of the Scranton
Register, and Thomas Chalfant, Esq., of
Ike Danville Intelligencer. They were wel
come visitors, and it wa no little pleasure
for us to take them by the hand and indulge
ia a social chat. They each publish a live
-faper. Mr. Hill was lately elected Mayor
of .th6 City of Scranton by the Democrat.',
and Mr. Chalfant is the Democratic candi
date in the District for Assembly.
5What has become of those Aboli
tionists who bellowed about our streets du
ring Lincoln's reign, trying to make every
person believe that the President wxs the
44 Government?" Are they preaching the
same doctrine to-day ? We rather think
hot. Johnson s proclamations and vet)
messages do not savor with Abolitionism
sufficient for them to continue on declaring
that the President is the " Government.
They are now found in open opposition to
tho President, hence) aocording to their own
leaching, they are disloyal, ' Dare they de
hy it ? the inconsistent dogs !
TnE Fruit Law; A gentleman who has
suffered considerable annoyance, procures
the publication of the part of a law passed
in 1855,xand still in force, that all persona
may be warned of the consequences of. tres
passing upon hi3 premises :
44 The wilful taking and carrying away of
Fruit egetables, Plant, Iruit or Orna
mental Trees, Vines or Shrubs, whether at
tached to the soil or not shall be deepied and
the same is hereby declared a misdemeanor,
and inay be prosecuted and punished assuch,
under the laws of this Commonwealth, and,
cr conviction thereof, in the Court of Quar
ter Sessions of th proper county, shall be
fined not exceeding fifty dollars and impria
Cicd not exceeding sixty days."
Abolition sheet. . It supports no measures
that are Democratic save the restoration pol
icy of President JOHNSON ; and upon
thit ground it should have no special claims
upon any party for encouragement and pat
ronage ; as all the papers in the country, ex
cept the most Radical Abolition sheets,
stand by .the President in his restoration
plan. If it was Democratic it would come
out and show its colors, in full ; but it is
Abolition and chooses to pursue the course it
docs in order that it may raorc effectually
deceive and ensnare Democrats into its sup
port. Its circulation is small and not likely
to be enlarged ; and some few of its patrons
arc Democrats, a thing not astonishing when
we consider that Democrats commonly read
both sides. This democratic patronage is
ma'nly the result of the labors of certain
persons in our party who think that good
may come of joining with this new "copper
Johnson" party, while tec think that it is
best to stick to the old democratic landmarks.
A New Tonic and Alterative. It is
gratifying ? to notice the progress which
science is making a3 regards new curative
substances. We have in our advertising
columns a brief description of a new com
bination, which is, certainly, so far as wc
judge, one of great value. It is prepared
by regular-manufacturing chemist of longcs
tablished reputation, who have for many
years supplied some of the most beautiful
chemicals used in medicine and in the arts,
and therefore are worthy of confidence. At
this season of the year, almost every one
feels the need of some tonic and restorative,
some agent capable of eradicating humors
from the blood, and re-establishing the tone
of the System. What can be better adapt
ed to perform this office than the Sarsapa
rilla and Iodide of Lime. The Sareaparilla
breaks up diseased action ; the iodide act?
upon the liver and kidneys, and the lime re
stores the waste of bones. It must be a
JKS" It matters little or nothing to us who
Mr. Clark appoints as hi deputies in the
District. We hope the Columbia nites may
understand this. As to our doing work for
Meucur, the Abelition Congressman, the
new organ can and may say in relation to
that matter what it best pleases the clique
that controls it. We think we understand
ourselves nnd the Democracy of this county
full well when we declare iri favor of no man
for Congress but a straight-forward, life-long
Democrat. It has been intimated by the
prints down street that we will be obliged to
support some man for that office who has
lately drawn off from the Radical Abolition
ranks, whom they choose to style as Con
servative, but we would inform them that
we iciU do no such tiling. No speedily con
verted Abolitionist can have our vote or the
support of the Democrat and Star so long
as we own and control its columns. If this
kind of talk is aiding the election
enemy, Mercur, we can't help it.
25 These miserable Abolition wretches,
in this place, look mighty guilty when we
meet them worse than a dog after killing
sheep and having been caught with wool in
his teeth. They well remember their mean
conduct towards v and our Democratic
friends during the reign of Mr. Lincoln
how they would have is mobbed, hanged,
and our office destroyed, if their cowardly
hearts would only have borns them through
with what they would delighted in having
seen done. We ask no boot of them ; we
neither desire their good-will nor company.
They arc too insignificantly email to counte
nance, and arc not entitled to any sociability
at our hands. No set of men were ever so
contemptibly and indignantly treated as were
Democrats during the war, for an hon
est difference of opinion, by these Aboli
tionists. Now, the war being over, and a
different man as President, the " rope" is
in other hands, ( but our party never resorted
to mobbing or "roping" people for political
opinion's sake) and they, fearing retaliation
in some fonu, arc already cringing and fawn
ing around Democrats, honing that their
actions may be passed over and forgotten.
By vs thry never can. Tlie.se scoundrels and
black-hearted devil3 may expect to enjoy
our malevolence and displeasure so long as
we arc able to drive a quill.
New Post Master, Wc understand that
our townsman, John P. Pl rskl, has been
appointed Post Master, at this place, vice
Daniel A. Reckley, Radical Abolitionist,
removed. Mr. Purs el is styled a conserva
tive Republican and heartily sustains Presi
dent Johnson's policy. He was an appli
cant for this office when Dr. John was ap
pointed, and later, when Reckley received
the office, but was unsuccessful. It was held
by many that Mr. Reckley was not entitled
to the office, or in other words, had no claims
upon the people of RIoonisburg lor any such
position ; but through the influence of his
friend P. John, in opposition to the plead
ings of those in their ranks who now control
things, he was appointed. The wishes of the
older citizens and the most influential were,
in this matter, totally disregarded. P. John
and his Radical clique seemed determined to
shape and run the political machine to suit
themselves and for their own aggrandizement
only. This thing continued for a time until
his once party friends deemed his actions im
politic and intolerable. They then proceed
ed to bring him from off his "gallop" to a
"halt," which thing they have most effect
ually done, to the satisfaction and pleasure
of a large portion of the Republican party
of this county. This appointment will be
hailed with delight by all the Conservatives,
and will fall like a tvet blanket on the Radi
cals who were so conspicuous and officious in
getting the appointment for Mr. Reckley
a littile over a year ago. Thus "off goes their
WCTEAT.per bushel. 3 00 BUTTER.- 40
RYE. 1 50 EGGS - - 25
CORN, 1 10 POTATOES. - 1 00
BUCKWHEAT, 1 OO DRIED APPLES, . 3 00
FLOUR per bbl. U HO HAMS - . 22
CLOVEftSEED, 5 50 BACOV, . 10
FLAXSEED 3 00 HAY by tho ton. 1500
BUCKWHEAT Floor. 300 LARD, per lb. 25
On the 12th inst, by the Rev. William J.
Ever. Mr. William Ecker, of Danville, to
Miss Chrutiann Fellman, of Milton.
The Columbian pf last week tells the ap
plicants for Assistant Assessor not to coun
sel with the Editors of this paper. It
knows that we are too honest' and fearless to
conceal treachery and demagogism. It also
informs its readers that Secretary McCulloch
makes the appointments of Assistant Asses
sor. Rut stick to him, you who asked for
the appointments, we still say that Mr.
Clark has the right to nominate. He might
at least write a letter of recommendation to
the Secretary. Or is he unwilling to do as
much for you as he did for Dr. John. We
give below tho following letter written by
Mr. Clark to the Commissioner of Internal
Revenue, asking the appointment of the
Doctor as Revenue Assessor of this District,
and according to the date of the letter it
will be seen that it was written at a time
too when Mr. Clark would have had Demo
crats believe that he was opposing John.
See his consistency and effrontery :
" Rloomsburg, Columbia County, Pa.
January 10th, 18G5."
" Hon. J. J. Lewis, Commissioner Liter
" not Revenue :
"Sir; Dr. Palemon John, of Rlooms
" burg, at the instance of our friends, is an
"applicant for Assessor of the 13th Con
" grcssional District. If this office is con
" ceded to Columbia County, as I under
" staud it is, and I am sure it ought, to be,
" it gives me great pleasure to say that he
" ought to he appointed WITHOUT IIESITA
" TION. Not only his qualification for the
" office, but his service, active and vniceu
" ried, in tho midst of the most disloyal,
" entitle hi application to the most respect
" fid consideration. I presume it is the in
" tention of all the Departments, in niak
" ing appointment", to consult the friends
" of the administration, and if I am notmis
" taken in this, it will afford you pleasure
" to appoint the present applicant."
Very Respect Adly,
. Robt. F. Clark."
I I E I) .
In Jackson township, Columbia count',
on the 22nd ult., Mrs. Delilah McIIenry,
aged '20 years, U months and 22 days.
In Jackson township, Columbia county,
July 1M')G, Mrs. Elizabeth Kester, aged 75
years, G months and 25 da3s.
In Ronton township, Columbia county, on
the 1st inst., Richard Cai bin, son of Richard
and Amanda Stiles, aged 3 montlis and 20
In the City of Ruriington, N. J., on Sat
urdav. the 4th of August, ISGG, Mr. Elias
Howell, brother of Mr. William Howell, of
this county aged about TO years.
In Rerwiek, August 7, 1SGi", Stella S.,
daughter of Rev. A. and (Jlara llottcnstein,
aged 2 years, 1 month and 11 days.
NEW AD VERTISE ME NTS.
The School pi re el or of Centralia Borough Colom
bia county ilpsirp to employ two teacior one mnle
anil one femile for the winter term of rrhonl, to be
opened about the 3rd of Soptembrr next, and con
tinut; ten month. Liberal nalaiies will be paid to
An lamination will be held by the Conrty Super
intendent at Central!.-), fur the Rorou?h of Ccntrali a
and the township of Cony rie In in, on Thursday Au
gust 3W, IsCU, at 10 A. M at w inch time and place ap
plicant tor the school should appear t he examin
ed. K. Ij. BETTKRI.Y.
Fee'y Centralis School lioard.
Centralis. Aitgnt IJ, Iti. -it
IMPORTANT TO DISABLED SOLDIERS. SKI
1 LORS. AND MARINES. Soldiers. Bailors, or Ma
rines, who have lo"t an arm or le?, or b- on perma
nent!) and totally disabled in the same, are now en
tilled to a petition of FIKTKtN dollars per month ;
th"e who have lust an arm and I. e. or both
TWENTY dollars : those who hare lost b th arms
or both eye-, .TWENTY-FIVE dollars. This art
also restores the feu-tion to Soldiers employed in
any civil capacity under the Cov rnment. Apply in
person or bv mail to the MILITARY AND NAVAL
AGENCY of Jtj.'Kei) E. DKVIIT A: CO., N . Ail
WAI.NCT STRtET. PHILADELPHIA,
Au-iut Ij, ISoO. 3t 3. M. P.
T"HR BOUNTY, PENSION, INCREASE OF PEN
C S1HN.-. AND AKREAKSOK PAY. PRIZE MON
EY, or for th prosecution of any claim whatever
against tb; National (iovernn.eiit, or that of any
btute. arisisr mf of the late war, or anv pre viou
one. ESPECIALLY THAT Of ISI2, nil per.-ons
would do well to apply tithe MILITARY AND
NAVAL At: KNNf'Y ol JOSEPH E. DEVI TT Sc. CO ,
No. i-S7 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. All
information and advice f iven free of charge.
August 15, ltftio. 3t a M P.
TVOTICE TO OFFICERS. ACT OP CON'O R ES.-.
i approved July Irf. 15, gives THREE MONTHS
PAY PROPER to officers of volunteer service, who
were in anv manner honorably discharged after April
5th, Lt.'i and who had been utfirers on March 2t. ls5.
Apply immediately, in person or hy letter, to the
Military and Naval A;encv, No. 47 Walnut street
Philadelphia. J ISEIMI K, DiiVI I T . CO.
Aii-'J-l Ij, ISiW. St. S M P.
DOUBLE SHEET, FORTY COLUMNS,
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The Best and Chctqxst Ncvcspapcr in the
AT TWELVE CENTS PER WEES
Furnishes the desideratum of a genuine Newspaper
tthin the means tf any member of the community
The l'ublish-r has spared nt-it.ier pain nor expense
ly p'a-e the Isi)Cikkr in the foremost rank of the daily
Momma Papers of United Ctates , and bis suc-ce-s'ul
fftorts in the past are an earnest it bis in
tentions at the present, and in the future.
Experienced Special Correspondents are perma -nentiy
stationed at Washington, Harrisburg, New
YorK, lla.liiuure. Cairn, Annapolis. London, in the
U. S. Navy, and at liitferent point throughout Penn
sylvania. Trained Special Reporters are always sent to any
part of the Continent where events of general iuter
est may be transpiring.
The Home Editorial and Reportorial Corps are un
usually taried and efficient.
The Finances and Matketsare fully and carefully
reported every day.
The Inquirer's Local News is always the fullest
and 'he most authentic tn the City. The affairs of
Pennsylvania are cai t fully chronicled in its ca.uiuns
1 he Inquirer fats sou for Special tilihhafhic
dews thau any other newspaper in the State ; this in
sures to its readers the ear Hi ft intelligence of a 1 1 im
portant occurrences, throa;l out the world, r
The Inquirer is independent in politics, naj&nal
in its policy, has ever and will always maintain the
integrity bl th Union as the (udamental principle
iirAmeriruii f ta:esuianhjp.
August li, Inoti,
Real and Personal Property.
Will be exposed io Public Sale, on the premises of
the undersigned, in Fishingcreek township Colum
bia county, on
feiiday, Sept. 7IIj, 18C6,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., the following personal property
to wit :
1st. A lot of land containing about Twenty Five
Acres, all of which n in a hist) i-l.tte of cultivation
and in with grass, situate in Fisbingrrctk township.
Columbia county, arjoininf the public road leading
from Benton to Blootusburg, hereon is erected a
Bride House and Fra m c Ba rn ,
both new, and all other necessary out buildinps.
2nd. A lot of land cont.iii'in(r 140 Acres, of wbirb,
about 30 Acres are cleared, situate on the line be
tween Bentou and Firhinrcreek t'-whship. whereon
i erected a good Frame House and New Barn.
3rd, A lot of land adjoining No 1, containing one
hundred acres, of which sixty-five acres are cleared,
situate in Fishiogcreek township, whereon ia erected
a large new
FRAME HOUSE AND BARN.
4th. Two town lots with good buildings, contain
ing; from one fourth to three acres, tosait purchasers;
also, other town lots, without buildings, all lying
along the public road from Benton to Bloomsburg.
The following personal property will also be sold
at the same time :
Two Horses, One Two-Horse Wagon,
one Spring Wagon, Hay and Grain of all kinds.
Plows, Harrows, Harness, and many other farming
implements too numerous to mention.
N, B, The above property will be ottered at private
sale until Friday, the 7th day of September next, on
which day, if not solJ.it will be offered at public
Mid on the premises, Apply to the undersigned,
WILLIAM IKELER .
Stillwater .Colombia county. Fa.
Ol1 ThJ :
Cectralla Saving Futd Association.
Th name of this Association shall be 'The Ccn
tralia Savinz Fund Association.
Ths object of this Association is to give its mem
bers an opportunity of making secure deposits, ae
uumulatiiig interest speedily and. by the accumulation
and proper management thereof, or by the accumula
tion and proper manageuiont thereof, or by loans
made, to enable thein tu purchase real estate, erect
buildings, pay otf mortgages, and accomplish like
The members of this Association shall b5 inhabi
tants of the United H tales of America, of the age of
twenty-one years and upwards.
Commencement of operation?.
This Association shall go into operation us soon as
three hundred shares are taken.
The officers of this Association shall consist of a
President aud bfleeu directors. Who shall be eleited
by the shareholders.
Value of and Number of Shares.
The value of each share shall be two hundred dol
lars, and the number ol shaics shall ueverxxceed
twenty live hundred.
For every share each holder of the same Fhal! pay
an iniatioii fee. ol one dollar, and monthly iiislalmt-nis
of one dollar, uutil the dissolution of tuis Associa
tion. ARTICLE VIII.
New Members and New Series.
New members may no admitted ut ouy time until
twenty-live tinudred shares shall be issued. They
shall pay one dollar iniatioii lee and the actual val
tie "I the share at the time being. The directors
shall have the power to decide whether new series
ut' snares shall be issued, and wticii tho same shall
bi issued. .
Each share of stock entities the holder to a loan of
two hundred do larn, on giving sullicient security.
Bids for Loans.
All moneys received shall b loaned out monthly,
in sums of two hundred dollars, to surh ti.ir hol,lera
v ho bul for the same the highest premium above the
minimum lixed by the Hy-l-aws.
Obligations to take Ijoans.
If at any time no bid shall be made lor the moneys
to be loaned out, the members shall be bound to take
up the loans al the 1-twesl premium lixed, beiiinin
with that member who shall hold the largest uumb.-r
jf shares iimticur-.brre J. But no one shall be com
pelled to take iu a single mouth more than one loan
in this maimer.
Penalty for refusing Jonns.
In case no bnis lor iiunit-y in the Treasury
should be made, and members refuse to take loans fur
tti.-ir chares or to give security lor the sain-;, then
tl.e amount paid uu their shares shall be ret:ir.i d
without interest and after deducting the lines, co;ls,
and proportionate loses, to those in default us af re
said, and fjr this violation ol thd Constitution their
names shd'l be strieken i.tr the list of lueiulcrs.
Security for ixtans.
For every two hundred dollars received from this
Association, whether taken voluntarily or adjudged
to the member, according to the provisions of this
Constitution a tree share of stock of the Acuirialion
shall bo usstyned, and sttrb other shall be eivt-u as
ball be deemed sutUrienl by two-thirds of the Li
rertors present, aim afterwards on such loan one
half per cent interest besi des the premium hall be
paid monthly until the dissolution ol the As.ocisliuu.
Pines for Arrears.
Fei every dollar ol uues or interest whub share
holders neglect or refuse to pay. they shall pay a Iilo
of ten cents for evrrv n.onlh in arrears.
AYithdrawcl of 31embcrs.
Members whose shares are not pledged can leave
this Association aftej they shall have g'ven Unity
days notice, in wriliu;, of the same to the board of
diteclurs. They shall be entitled to re payment of
the amount paid ou their shares and to six per cent,
intere.-t oil tli.; same from the time or timos Hie same
was 'aid by them, but members who have icceived
loa:.s from this Asiucialiuu must tirsi pay the same
back iu full.
Forfeiture of Stock.
Unincumbered shares on which no payment has
been made for sii mouths, may be declared ford ged
by the directors Thereupon the amount paid in on
sue" shares sha il h returned M the holder lher-of,
without interest, after deducting the hues, coBts and
proportionate losses aud his name blucken fromtue
list of uietAbcrs.
Process againt delin-iitent Debtors.
The board of directors shall, without delay, collect
by judicial process, the full auioiiut of all loaus. the
holder of nlmh is iu arrears on aicounl of dues on
his capital block, and interest for a period of six
Payment of Costs.
All costs ariMiig hum the award i f a Inan from
legal proceedings aauisi delm ifuciil shareholders
shall bo borne enliriiy by such iiien.be' b cautiug the
Payments in advance.
Members who shall pay their instalments or inter
est at least six months before the samo is due i-liall
be entitled to interest thereon for the time the same
was paid iu advance at the rate of six per cent. per.
Dissolution of the Association.
When the capital of this Assnriitiou has increased
in value to such a degiee thtit eurh share shall have
an actual cash value '( two burn! red dollars, then
this 3sotifllion shall determine and close.
To the Hoitoridile the Jt'dgi-s nf the Court of
Common 1 has, in and Jor the County vj
Tl:e petition of the undersisnrd Directors rf the
Cenlralia Saving Fund Association respectfully prays
that your Honors do di rree a Chatter lor the incor
poration of the above Association iu ai rordanee w ith
the Constitution as above set lonh, and your petition
ers will forever pray.
E. Ii. P.KTTEKLV,
L. S. Boner,
Alex. W. Rea,
M. :d. L'Velle.
Jno. M. IJedfokd,
j. j. 11 oakland,
Jos. II. Dawes,
try The Petitioners presented the above to the Court
al our last May session, pray me for the crantn.e ol
a charter, which instrument was examined by the
Court and notice ordered to be published that appli
cation for said Charter has been made.
August B, IHHi. (u
KEEP DISEASE AT BAT.
Invalids, hrcken down in health and spirits by
Chronic Dyspepsia, r stiffrin from the terrible ex
hanstion which follows the attacks of acute disease,
the testimony of thousands who have been raised
as bv a miracie from a similar state of prostration,
by IIOSTETTER3 bTOMACll BITTEK3. is a sure
gucrantee that by the same means you too may be
strengthened and restored, tut to those w ho stand
in peril of epidemics, to all who, by reason of expo
sure, privations, and uncongenial climate or un
healthy pursuits, may at any moment be stricken
down, this paragraph is most particularly and em
phatically addressed. You who are thus situated,
are proffered an absolute ssfeguard szainsl the dan
ger that menaces you. Touw and regulate the sys
t. rr with .his harmless mediciual Stimulant and Al.
terative, and you will be foroarmed against the mal
adies whose sefris float around you in the air un
seen. IIOSTETTER'S STPM ACH BITTERS are not
only a standard Tonic and Alterative throughout
lhsTJnied States, bul they are accredited by the
certificates of the most dietineuished citizens of the
L'nion, to the people of all other lands. In Canada.
Australia and the West Indies, they are gradually
taking the place of all other stoin. chics, whether
native or foreign, and as surely as truth is progres
sive and deinunrtj.it ion overthrows doubt, they will
eventually supersede every other In vigorant and Re -storative
now employed in medJCiual practice.
August 15. trit.U Ini.
Came to the premises of the snbcriber,
in Orange township, Columbia County, on
or about the 4th of July, last, a BROWN
HEIFER, with while marks on hind legs
and taiL, and supposed to be about one year old.
The owner or owners are requested to come forw ard
and prove property, psy charges aud take her away,
otherwise the will be disposed of as the law directs.
August f, lfW. $1.50.
Estrayed from the premises of
the subscriber, in Hemlock town
ship, Columbia County, not long
since, a LKillT-RKl) BL'LU about
eighteen months old : had no par
ticular marks, intormation ss to
his whereabouts will be thankfully received and
liberally rewarded. Address.
1 1IOMA3 J. VANDEPvSLlCE,
Aug. 6, lSbC. 3t. Ituckhorn, Pa.
' UMBER! LUMBER!
A new Lnmlter Yard in Bloomsburg,
THE under signed would respectfully inform those
in want of lumber that be continues to manufac
ture and keeps on band good supply of building
and fencing material, at his residence, a short dis
lance north of the depot, which he offers for sale at
reasonable rate. jaluu kuuiu.k.
lllooujsburg, Jun 30, l6$. t
BY virtue of sundry vrits of venditioni rrpmu, to
me directed, issued out of the Court of Common
Pleas in the County ol Columbia, will be exposed to
public .al-, at the Court House, in Bloom slurg, on
MONDAY, THE 3rd DAY OF 6KPTEM BER next,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, tho following-real
estate to wit:
A certain tract of land situate in Locust township.
Columbia county, containing fifty-six acres more or
less; bounded on the south by lands of David Kries
her tc Henry Gable, on the west by Henry Gable, on
the north by Henry Knapp, and on the east by lands
of Abraham and David Kriesber, whereon are erect
ed a Log House and a Log Uarn, with the appurte
nance. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as tho
prop .Tty of John Perry.
A certain wharf lot situate in Centre twp,, Colum
bia county, bounded ou the north by lands of L. W.
Wooily, on theeast by land of George Shoemaker,
on the south by the North Branch Canal, and on the
west by lands or E. W. M. aud George Low.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the
property of Richard Torby.
A lot of ground situate in the Rorough oT Centralia.
Columbia county, containing fifty f,.ct frt nn, one
hundred nnd forty feel deep.' bounded on the west by
Locust Avenua. on the north by lot of R. Knillle. on
the cast by an alley, and ou the south by a public
road; whereon are erected a two story fruuie tavern
and dwelliu; house, and a large stable, with the
Seized, tak-n in execution and to be sold as the
property of Peter llower.
A LS ),
A certain lot ofjrronnd situate in tho tnwnsh-p of
Milllm, Milllinvilie," and county of Columbia, con
taining three acres more or less, bounded on the
south by front street, on the west by lot of Charles
II. Hess, on the north by third street, and on thu
est by Fair Street, whereon are erected a two story
frame dwelling bouse aud frame barn, with the ap
Another m lot situate in the township and county
aforesaid, f ontaining one acre and a ha!f moro or
les, bounded on the north by front street, on th
east by Fair Street, on the south by second street,
and ou ths west by lot of Phoebe Miller.
One othcr'lot in the township and county afore
said, containing four aires more or less, bounded on
the south by lot of Henry Fedder's Iteirs, on the east
by lot of C. II. Hess, on the north by fourth struct.
nnd on the west by Market st reet.
One other lot situate in the township anj county
aforesaid, containing two acres, bounded on th east
hy Fair street, on the north and-wei-t by lot of Lewis
Eckrotli, and on the soutn hy grave yard lot,
One other out lot fTi the township and count afore
said, containing two acres, bounded on the east by
street, on the north by lot of John Keller and
others, on the west by lot of Chares WerkheUer,
and on the south by lot of Charles Hess, with the
Seized, taken In execution nn I trt ! sold as the
property of Samuel B. Seibert, with notice to Ter re
All that certain piece, or tract of land situate in
Suzarlnaf township. Coluaibia county, containing
one hundred acres more or less, about sixty acres of
which is cleared land: bounded ni l described as fol
lows to wit: on the nor'h aud east by lands of Con
rad Hess, on the south by lands of Samuel leys, and
on the west by lands of lienjamiii Pti rnian, whereon
are erected a one storV plank dwelling house, a log
stablo, with the appurtenances.
Seiz.'d, taken in execution and to be sold as the
property of William J. He.
At the san:e time and place, by Fieri Faeif, a
certain trretof land situate in Catawissa township,
Columbia County, containing twenty-four acres,
mot or Ies, bounded on the cast bv lands of Jai-ob
DrainiieUer. en the south by lands f Solomon Freely,
unit on the north aud west by lands of Gideon Amdl,
weereon is erected a log house and a frame stable
with the appurtenances.
Si 'zed, taken in execution and to be sold as tliu
property of Benjamin J. FnlK.
tfAML'EL SNYDER, Shetiir.
rloomsburg. Aticast H,
MPORTANT TO FARMERS.
GREAT IMPROVENENT IN
HAND FANNING MILLS.
THE pat-ntec, Mr. GEO KG E LEACH, after twelve
years of experimenting in the construction i f f.ns
and grain cleaaers, ha at lengih perfected a very
simple det ice by vhch farmers can arrive al any
perfection in the selecting of all kinds of grain lor
I claim for this machine that it does away with all
counter currents, and gives an even uniform blast,
testing the grain by weight and not by size.
The conviction is now well grounded in lr" minds
otf the bet scientific man of the country, that thu
marked depreciation of the grain crops for years
buck, is owing to the degeneration of the sec-l sown,
and not In the poverty of the soil, and it is aln the
opinion of many that the weavil and other ricstrny
ine inserts, so destructive to the crops, are proilu-..
and matiir-d within the kernel, thus rendered light
er than the others, so that they are by Ibis machine
This improvement may be attached to any ordinary
fanning mill. It can chart" much faster and cK-nn
grain lor market more perfectly than any machine
extant It enables the farmer to select from hi mer
chant grain. Hie soundest and bealluicl berries lor
f.y this means also, all grnst seeds may hi brought
to the saiiij perfection f..r sowing, as the bi-sl of
grains. GEOKG E LEACH.
Owefo, Tioga Co., N. Y.
I refer, by sperial permission, to the f lioivms; let
ter of the New Yoik Stute Acrictiltural S :ci"iv :
Ilos. CoMMri TONFR OF POTEST :
I have examined with great care Mr. Leach's
Fan. of Oweeo. Tioga County, New York It seems
to me. on careful examination, th.it it is an improve
ment of vast importance to the farmers, millers, and
all iu fact who use grain. Il is very simple, and
will give to the tartner long needed m ans to sepa
rate the grain, il gives a uniform berry, and thus a
uniform plant, all rijn mug at the same time, thus a I
ding a lartfe percentage lu the crop, 1 hope, on c.re
lul exa initiation, that you will think it wutihy of a
p iace among the approved inventions.
I am very truly vonrs,
it, P. JOHNSON,
Fec'y of the X. Y State Agricultural Sncii ty.
The u ini.'i siirne.l, having nsed and tested Leadi's
Fan in s parating aud siU-cling nnt seed frraiu fr the
lat year, ure fully satisfied with the improvement,
and El uily endorse the Secretary's .titer, and recom
mend to the farmers generally tu nuke Use of it bo
fore tho iiexl sowing :
l. I. Ittoodgood, Treas. Tioi-a Co. A;- Soc.
George V. Molleuback, Unu, X. V.
John L Taylor,
E. L. B. Cuitis, Pre'stTonii'kins Co. Agricultural
and Horticultural Society.
Joseph Vartz, Cutu issa.
C, W. -VuKelvy.
benjamin Wnener. IZoarinprreck. Col co.
J icolj koslelibuudcr Franklin,
Jesse .Men sell, "
Ge.'ree Seoit, "
;. IL l.r wn, Maine.
Joseph Conner, Centre,
Moro 1 1 in Ai il'ar J, "
Elias Cre.tsy, "
V ast " lionn. Bloom.
Havid Cl.uk, .Vjoutour iwp.
J. D. Quick,
Grt'T Uuick, "
James liar ton, "
Henry lltlwii, "
Gilbert H. Fowler, r.rl.-.rcrotk.
Wesley Kusel, lli-miock.
Silas Jchiisoii. Locust twp.
George I 'avenue, Mli'leasanl twp.
Henry Mellick, Si-ott,
John Melli. k,
Jacob Gerard, Greenwood,
Caleb A i plem.ui, M.'Utoar county.
John Tioxweil. "
Franklin Snydar. " "
O" S'liis repaired by
August 8, ISoG. Catawissa .
VALUABLE REA L ESTA TE.
In pursuance Of an order of the Oiphans' Court of
Columbia county, Ta. on
SATURDAY, I II B iSTII DAY QF AUGUST
next, al 10 o'clock in the forenoon. John Gordm-r and
Thomas Stork house. Executors of Thomas Stark
house, lale of Pine township, in said county, dee'd.
wi II expose t' sale, by public vendue, on the premi
ses, a certain
TiiACT OF AIVEJ,
situate in Pine township. Columbia county, adjoin
ing lands of Samuel Stnr.khouse and Georce Slack
house, on the nort i ; Abraham Yrnng and Robcr
K utsel. nn the cast : Ezt-kiel Crnssley ami William
U enleiihaiumer. on the south ; and the County Line
on the wet ; containing
317 ACRES AND IjO PERCH E3,
strict measure, of hich about one hundred acres is
improved Iflnd ;thereis erected on the premises a
one Story and a half Dwelling House. two log 1,,-irns,
and an apple orchard ; late the etate ol said de
ceased, situate in the township of Pine and county
cforecaid . JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk. '
CONDITIONS OF SALE : Ten per cent, of one
fourth of the purchase money, to be paid by the pur
chaser upon the striking down of the property ; one
fourth ot the purchase money less ten per cent, to
be paid upon the confirmation of sale Nisi. The res
idue of ibe purchase money in one year trem' confir
mation Nisi with interest. The purchaser io pay for
Deed and Stamps.
JOHN COR DNER. ) ,
THUS. STACKIIOUSE. j
Tine. July 25, lfWi. is.
Estate cf William Mann, deceacd.
LETTERS of administration on the estate of Wil
liam Mann, late ol Beaver township, Columbia coun
ty, deceased, have been granted by the Register of
said rounty, to Allen Mann, Esq., who resides in
Heaver township. All persons having claims against
the estate of the decedent are requested to present
them immediately for settlement, and those owitg
the estate will make nayaient forthwith.
ALLEN MAN N, Jtdm'r,
August I. 1200. -6 vr,
fPURE BONE DUST."
Guaranteed by printed Certificate to be entirely
free from adulteration.
tl Concentrated Bone Fertilizer,"
a reliable quick yielding manure.
ry- Farmers can order direct or through any re
sponsible dealers, 7 A liberal discount allowed
Dealers A J. IIKKINIG.
August l.l(iG 2m. Allantown, Pa.
Located at Bloomsburg, Columhia county,
1 enn a.
To spread abroad the influence of Education, and
train up youth to intelligence nnd moral influence.
Is, of citirse.the prime object foi which every school
a established. There are many ways in which tins
object is sonpht to be.btnined. We deem that the
most proper and successful, hnwcvei. which anus at
the development of all the natural talents of the pti
Pil ; which calls into active ute everv faculty of the
mind, and exercises all its powers to their utmost
capacity ; for by so doing, the whole mind is
strengthened, and that just equipoise among all the
pi wers. which is so essential to complete success ia
m;.int lined. '
The founders of this Institution intend that ithaU
bo second to none in the facilities it nllords youag
men, tor acquiring a thorough Commercial and busi
ness education, or in preparing for any class in
College ; or inth advantages it affords voung Indies
fur aci'iniiitf a Csclul and Ornamental Education.
UENRY CARVER, A. M ,
Riv. J.R L I M VI , A. M.
PsorcssoR orAxcikwr LtNonines.
Miss SARAH C4KVt.ll,
Miss M. ALICE CARVER.
ASSISTAKT rRKetlTI'KSS AND TUAUUKR OF IXSTRUMF.N-
T At. Mt's-.o.
Fall Term commence September 3d, Winter term
., ... " Ill.l.
will com uieiice ;i uveiHoer um, louy,
Tuition per term of eleven weeks
Preparatory Department S 5.00
Coman.li English t'.r.in -. ties ri.lKJ
llvln-r English, Aiuieiit. anj Vjd-
ern Lamsua'.'es Id 00
Lctisoiis on Piano li 00
Painting, Urawniir, Wax Fruit nnd Flowers
&.C., as reasonable as in aay other first
class ln-t iliiii'Mi.
During the Fail term the Principal will pive a
tnurse i f lectures o;: the theory and practice of teach
ing, and thus ulf.ird an excellent opportunity for
cho-jcvho tli'Mre to become first class 1 ea her..
I'ersons deirm Outlier information will please ad
dress the Principal or thu Secretary of the tloard.
L I', li' PERT.
President .f Hoard o Trustees.
FREDERICK EVER, Secretary.
Ju'y ij. IrHi.
f ROVESTEEN & CO. ,
450 Broadway, New York.
TDK ATTENTION of the public and the trade is
invited to our N i:W SC4LL, SEVEN OCTAVE,
RiiSEWO'iD PMNO FORTES, whith for voluu.e
and I ii'ilv of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto of
fered iu tins market. They contain all the modern
improvements, French Brand action, harp pedal. iron
fr.iiue, over-strong bass, etc-, and each instrument
being mai'e under th" personal supervision of Mr.
J. II. Gr.ovKSTn:, ho has a ra tical experience of
over thirty years iu their iuuhu lacture, is fully war
ranted in everv pnrifr-ulnr.
THE "CfiOf ESTEFJV ri.l.VJ-FORTE"
PtiKivto i:it in;iiK.-r aivard or merit at the cclk-
bhatkd World's Fair
Where were cxbiliiii-dnslruments from the best
makers of I ondon. Paris, Germany, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. H i-ton an I new York ; and also at the
American Institute for five successive years, the
Goi.o and Silver Mtntu from both of which can be
seen at our ware-rooms.
Wv th.: iiitrodueiion of improvements we make a
fe-t i 1 1 more perfect Piano-forte, and by manufacturing
largely , w ith u stnctly cali system, are enabled to
oiler the-c iustruiiieuts at a price which will preclude
all rnlttpetitnil .
Our 'ri.e are fromglOU to $200 cheaper than any
fir st rlasH I i.inu l'. it.
'1'EKMS. Net Cash hi current funds.
Descriptive rirculars sent free!
July J I, l.-iM. ly. II. U V.
Hannnmrda first diss BOOT, SHOE,
HAT AUD SAP jSTOBE,
At h's o'd stand on Main Street lilooiiisbuig. Ilis
stock is composed of the very latest and het styles
ever t'tfered to the citizens of Columbia County, lie
can accommodate ine public with the fallowing kind
and prices :
Men's calf boots, fl:ie.
$5 in to 9 oil
ip. double sole.
Hoys chilli's boots.
Men's glove kid, Congr-a, fcc,
' Ital. Shin s,
women's toys and mis-es glove
kid lasting J"lt-rs,
Women's glove kid. very flna,
" line go:ii mor ce.o balmornls,
" men g morocco ai. d cait shoes,
I Olllllioll fll'M'S,
Misses' and Child's shoes.
3 -5 to n do
1.75 to 4.75
3 50 to a,7.J
I yo to ii.uo
n.i!5 to 5 75
S 5u to 4 OU
1.75 to i 50
1 .50 to 1 50
0.J5 to 1 UU
Men'. w ":ni n's, nnsses', boys and chilJs
sli:-nr. O.ii to 1 00
He also keeps a creat varii-ty of II ATS, CAPS and
of cvety kind, nt the lowest prices, both for Cash and
Ki iiieiuliei th.: attraction is in our good. Don
be ulariued at ths cry of lush puces, but call and see
for yourselves. liespecttully,
HENRY GIG ER
Bloomsburg. July It. I-Wrt.
7 IL0VS, Al'I'llAlSEMENTrf.
JTnflrr nf C tnfirmatiwi.
THE fidlowinj appraisements of real and teron
1 al property set apart to the widows of decadents
have been lih-.l iu he olfice of the KeKister ofColum
!i:a County under the Rules of Court, and will be
presented i r absolute court rination, to the Orphans'
Court to he nt M In t.loomr-ourg. in an. I tor sai.l Coun
ty, on Wednesday, the 5lli d;iy of September, A. W.,
Irtiti -at two o ciocR in the aftern oon of anl day, un
it k exceptions to such confirmations are previous
ly filed, of which ail persons inter) sled iu slides
tales will take notice :
I Widow of George L. Johnson of Orange Twp.
J Widow'ol Klea.ar H. Hess of Centre Township.
3 Widow of John Lawrence ef lleoilock Twp.
4 Widow of John Uitr. of Bloom Township.
5 Widow of Daniel Mordan ol V.t Pleasant Twp.
G Widow of D R Mi'ick of Scott Township.
7 Widow of George Sander of Tine Township.
a Widow of Ktuhrn Hess of Fishing cree Twp,
". Widow of Jan b Schweppenheisefcf f Milllin twp.
Id V id w of Eli Creveling of Scott Township.
II Widow of F reman C. Kellei of LocustTwp.
1-2 Widow of II. Haines Fox of l.oru-t Township.
i:l Widow of Lewis W. Kulpof Min Township.
It Widow of Samuel Kemley of Sett Township.
15 Widow of Jlichael Richeldeifer of Bloom Twp,
Hi Widow of James Ralston of t'.lonni Township.
17 Widow of JacoMtuppof Lorut Tow nship.
JolIX G, FREEZE, Register.
nioomsbHrg .mi?. I, i.-c.ti.
List of Causes far Trial -1 Septem
ber Terw, 1066.
Taxton K!ine vs Jane Kline.
1 Su t hen Italdy. vs. The Cata wissa Wiiliamsport
and Erie Rail Road Company.
Wrliaoi L Lanco Vs Thomas Creveling.
Jacob Harris vs Peter Jacohy.
Andrew J. Snyder vs. John Sheatler.
Jacob Shumati vs. Christisn Wolf,
Jar-ot Mi. mim vs. Jacob ll.irtzel.
A. S. Sau' vs. IV'iijamin Wintersleen.
Samuel Hi my vs. Jacob Hosier. Win. Klinrtob At
Gtd'.'on llo-l.-r, late doinij business iu lite name
o Hosier at CO
0 Jacob SSmiuan vs The C.ita,vi?sa Rail Roa.I Co.
10 Geinge A lit rrmg vs Peter Miller.
11 Edward Heiluer vs The Locust Mountain Coal &
Iron Co et al.
12 J. P. Ilarkenherg for the use of M. Chamberlin vs
Silas U E lgar.
13 John llinu rliler vs John J uo-sin.
II Jaci b fi iiilty vs t'ataw issa Kail Road Company
15 William A. Casett.nl. vs. The Twp of Centre.
Id William Lamonvs Peter llayman.
17 William l.aioon vs John Vanpelt.
Jrl Henry F. Nusf vs Uoroush of Iterwirk.
P. Abraham R. Swisher vs Samuel Rimby.
20 J, F. Anspaeli tt al vs William P. Kyon.
21 Eli Jones vs Miles C Abbott et al
2-J John Jameson vs Joseph R Jaiocsr-n.
till Greenwoi"! Township vs Samuel Boglrt.
24 Silvester J. Faux vs IsaacWbitJ.
25 Sylvester J Faux, vs Isaac. While.
2ri t hristain Knapp vs The School District of Bloou.
27 Hosrler Ac Wife vs Schlusser Wife.
2H Wright Hughes vs Peter Miller.
2! David Lansh vs Mount Pleasant Township.
30 Sylvester J. Faux vs. Isaac White.
31 John O. Dildine et al vs Parvin Masters.
32 Joi athan Knillle -. a Wright Hughes,
XI Marv E Green vs Isaac While.
34 Michael Casey vs Franklin Taylor, fct. al,
35 James Harry vs. Hobeit G-orrell,
'Mi John Iiverusvs IJarney Mc.Brearlv.
37 Peter Karshner et al vs Dauiel K rum's adtn'rs.
3d Soioujon Neyhatd vs The Township of Centre.
2ir - iin -
Latest and Grandest opening of tli. season
at " - '
BOO ART &, kREAMER'S
Clicap and, Extensive Dry Goods Empori- -um
where tney win uuei iik "r" (
sty lea and qualities of FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
embracing all the latest varictle and stylet inths
market. . , ,. ,
i.,k. n,. rnAm linn thev offer the following.
among many other articles sold by them, at
riain Dlack and Fancy Drew Pilks.Calicoes nf every
description ana ngure, ime
Mohair Alpaccas. Real Organdy Jaconet
-ww . - i:l...lSnira E'l f I fW
Cac itlnsliiis .
and Linens. Tit kines. Checks. Coiton PantaUon
Stuffs. Linen Drillings, Flannels. Cotton artd . '
Linen Table Cloths. For the lutest style
of PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS,
for Ladies nnd Children, call upon
BOG ART & KREAMER:
They also keep on hand a complete assortment ir
ioiious and i'occric,
consisting, in part. Gloves. Hosiery or an Rinas,
Italmorals, tioiniet Ribbons, Summer Hatsfor men.
women and children. Head-dresses. Iace veils, pen
knives, combs of every description, pencils.pen. paper
and ink ; Also, Sugars. lolases, (good syrups.) salt.
pepper and spices, Maekerel of good quality, cuccsu.
butter and eggs, hams, shoulders aud sides.
'1 hey also have a full assortment or
surhasaxes, nails and spikes, screws, hinges ami
bolts. Paints and Oils. Cedar Buckets and Willo
isaskets, Ate. Ate.
RUUART x KlilriAJlllili , ,
sell cheap for Cash, or Country rrotluce, which wilt
betaken in exchange for goods. GiVe tliem a call
and examine their extensive assortment for your
selves before purchasing elsewhere
UOGART ft KREAMER.
July 4. lrCC,-tf . - . .
NOTICE is hereby given to all legatees, creditors
and other persons interested in the estates of the re
spective decedents and minors, that the following nd
ini nistration and guardian account have beeh filed
in the olhce of the Register of Columbia Cuuity.and
will be presented for confirmation and allowance in
the Orphan's Court, to be held in bloomsburg, tn tho
County nforeairt. otiWEDNEcDAY the 5th day of
September, l?ob, at 2 o'clock iu the afternoon of said
1 Arcnint of Samuel Achenbaeh administrator of
Joseph llayhurst. lale of Urauge town-hip, dee'd.
2 Account of Samuel Arheiibai-ta and J acob II, Frits
Executors o William Frits, lata of Orange Uiwu
sin p deceased.
3 Fin-t account of Elida John, rxecntor of lobn
Walt-r. late of LocukI township, dee'd,
4 l-r-l Mccoanlof Kirhard Hess, ad'rrlr. de bonis
no, with lists will annexed, of Andrew Hess, lain of
Sugarloaf Twp. dee'd.
5 Account of Peter and Catharine Gsarhart, ad
ministrators of Henry Gearhart, lale of Beaver twp.
(i Account of J. P. Conner, surviving Ex'r of John
Conner, lale of Centre township, dee'd.
7 Account of Samuel Conner, one of the Executors
nf John Conner, lale of Cei.tre twp , dee'd, as filed
by Silas and Emanuel Conner, dint's cf Samuel
Conner, dee d,
H First and final account of Abraham Young, an
ministrator of James Gibson, late of Greenwood
Account of Teter K. Ilerbcln Guardian of Han
nah Price, minor child of Elijah Price, deed.
Id Account of Peter K. Herbein, Guardian ofWni.
W, Price, minor child.of Elijah Price, dee'd.
11 Account of C. B, Brock way. administrator of Ma
Unas U hitenighl, late of Hemlock twp. dee'd.
12 Account of Daniel Singley and Daniel Sin;ley,Jr.
adm'rs of John SiDglty, lale of Beaver twp. dee'd.
13 Account of John Trembfcy, Guardian of Eman
uel Garrison, minor child of Jacob Garrison, late of
Doom twp. dee'd.
14 Account of James N. Killer, adm'r of Solomon
Slroup, lale ol Madison twp. dee'd.
15 Account of Eltruda Kline, adui'r of G Lowry
Kline, late of Orange iwp. dee'd.
Hi Account of Samuel Shults, adm'r of Samuel
Shultz, late of Kenton Twp. dee'd.
17 Account nf Samuel J, Millard, adm'r of John
Kits, late of Isloom Twp, dee'd.
IS Account of Peter K. Herbcin and Mary Leiby
adm'rs ot Jackson George, late of Locust twp .dse'd.
It Account of B. F. hart man, adm'r of Zebu Ion P,
Gross, late of Blooui Twp. dee'd,
20 The second account of John Applemart and HI
rain l Arpleman, Executors of l'etcr Appleman.
late of lleuiKck township, dee'd. - -
21 Account of Samuel J. Millard. Udministrator
of John Kill, Vicceased.
JOHN G. FREEZE, Register.'
Eloomsburg, Ang. 1, lci.
Est itcof Obcdiah CamjtbeU, sen., deceased
Notice Is btyeby given that letters testamentary
on the estate or Obcdiah Campkell, senior, late of
Locust township. Columbia County, deceased, have
been granted by the Register of said county, io J. J.
Campbell, of Locust township. Columbia County.and
Nicholas Campbell and Obediah Campb ll.of Sliaino
kin, Nonh'd County. All persons having claim
-i.r-.in. i ih eatnte of the decedent are re-lueslcd to
present them for settlement, and those indebted
the estate will make immediate payment.
O" The business generally . will be attended
by Obeiii.iu S. Campbell.
NICHOLAS CAMPBELL. )
J. J. CAM PriELL. Exec'ra.
OREDIAU S CAMPBELL,
Angtlit , 1500 Cw.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
r-iT ROOMS OVER
Dloorasburj, July 11, 1?6G. tf.
c. c. itiAitn's
m m w e m m s
I have opened a new Store at the old stand of Da
vid Stroup, on Main street. BloonTsburg, and will
keep on baud a general assortment of
Such as Dry Coods, Notions. Groceries. Tin-ware,
ilurdware. Cedar and Willow Ware, Drags,
Confectionary, Glass-Ware, Tobacco Hats tt
Shoes. Flour, Salt. Fish and Meat ; all of
which I propose s-llmg at a very low figure for
cash or produce.
Vf Call and seC. c. C. MARR.
Uleomsburg, April 13, I'M tf. '
lV- C. W. WALKER, A. 3f.i
Announces ta the people of Columbia county and vi
cinity, that he has taken charge of the Greenwood
Seminary at Mill ville, Columbia county. Pa., and will-re-open
it, the Fall term commencing ou the 13th of
AUG I.ST, IHel.
A full co;r of able and experienced Teachers ia
,e " VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
taught on the Gottschalk system, a new aud improv
Drawing, Crayoning, lashde, and Oil
No pains spared to make the instruction entertain
ing, thornugh and practical.
i" Foi particulars end for Circular,
C. W WALKER. A. M., Principal.
Millvilie, Columbia Couuty, Pa.
August 1. 1G 3t,
JIFE INSURANCE. "
If you wish to live long and die bapry, go without j
INSURE YOUR LIFE
in the best Company in the world.
THE V.UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
ITS CASH ASSETS ARE 115.000.000.
a,l itiaimllnl .1iir,.leliH fr.'r the USCalVCdrOf 1863 I
amounts to seventy five per cent. on all participat- 2fl ,
ing premiums, being the largest dividend ever de- 3 LfTj;
dared by any company for the same length Cf tlnie. "J-' 223
For fuitlitr information apply to - . . .
JOHN G. FREEZE, Jfpent,' TlS.Jt
J U l jr io , lrxm. out. -Bi - .j
Isooli to Your lnterosls !
SITE 300 PER (EXT,
fit , v c capiiui recipev nn i'io m.Hinouieuii
Hrandv. Irish Whiskev and Old Bourbon. These!
recipes aie used by all the leading dealers, an I you!
buy from thein the same article yod can easily makoj
yourself. Kay the recipes lor your own nsn aud iavef
your money. Price ott centt eacn.or ft ur tne larea
U. A, COL WELL.
Jnlv 11. 180G-6w. Allentowa. Pa.
THP n t.r.Irrnxt viveanotlea toth Dubtic to nf
ctedit, board or harbor MISS JANE UENRY. of Fish I
ingcreek. on bis acco tnt, as he will psy no debts OS
her coutrartinz. She left t he premises of the under!
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Fishingcreek, Aug. I, 1306. 3t.