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-iviOCllAT AND STAlLi Congressional c0
; LO CAL DEPARTL1EN T .
Wednesday, September 12, '66.
E Wrwil) than bur, readers for all loclit occar-
rencea in their immediate localities. If they oo mot
desire ta writ n communication for the public eye.
let them send us k brief statement of everything of
latere at in their respective communities A list of
marrta.es. deaths, accidents. rs. removals, .busi
ness changes, fc-.' We . wiO put them In form. The
more facta of this kind we can get the better it will
auit na and our readers- Who will do it J -
To Advertisers. Persons wishing advertisement
Inaerted. must band ibera in early on Tuesday morn
ing to insure their inaertion for that week.
IS? Gold is selling at KG and 14GJ.
rCT Don't forget the Democratic meetiru
toext Thursday night in Snyder's IlalL
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t?2- We extend onr sincere thanks tcTonr
country friends for their kindness in sending
is rtezn'g of local hews.
ip3-L.J. Jv RoiiElNS wnTpay the highest
market price for Clover and Flax seed, until
! icf A pa
s- . s.j v A . C ua-ij, llCiU
an effectual remedy against worms.
EG. A Democratic Cluhast been organ-
" , T 1. 1 1 l'V.,i.r.l,.iwrt . 1 T....TV. . An- 1. . r,
. tlx XJLU .lii.i. U.I , 1U1 IJUUAU ivnusui))
and is now m euecesfia operation, rdeet-
inga will be held every Saturday evening un
til the election. W r. . ' ..
tSF" WxaQng the fjruit growew of J3Ioom-
burgwe. think wo are tiarht,4 when we sa',
that Jlai ttSrlljcDE2iSiOTtxCcUiri the
busine.iab.cabrdm.j tof the .'number of trees
in'my lot-'rHcr has the- finest and fullest
trees of appfes that we have seen anywhere
J. J. Rodbins & Co., have opened
a new And extensive lumber yard and planing
mill, in Bloomsburg, to which attention is
directed and for which an advertisement will
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appear in our next paper.
' tSg" Jonx R. Moter, desires attention
to Iu4 large and varied' assortment cf fruit
cans, for putting up peaches and other fruit?,
all of which are of the most approved styles
and will be eold lit Igw prices.
ft;.'. :t m i m m n
Thanks. Mr. andMrs. Uirara J. Rccder,
of Franklin township, have our thanks for a
lot of their most choice pears and peaches.
We never saw finer or tasted better fruit.-
The peach crop, this season has not been an
avcrace one in this county. Mr. Reeder's
orchard looks well tress all thrifty but
the frost destroyed nearly all th. fruit in it
last spring. "Apples seem to be in abundance
this year, in all sections.
Tiie Old Leaven at Wobj The Loyal
League of Philadelphia considers it an in
sult to have the portrait of any Union officer.
however distinguished, in its rooms, who fa
vor the restoration policy of President John
son, and hve,'"therefore, had several of that
character removed. : That is the spirit of
old Federalism revived. '
.' "Bei- The Radicals Lad a Ghaut rally in
Snyder's Hall, on the evening of the 4th
inst. A retired Methodist Minister, by the
name of D. C. Joun, harrangued the few
boys.' "We have known this disciple of the
"higher law" doctrine for some time, and
always suspected him one half fool and the
other half fanatic. We were present during
his "spouting" and are now eure of it.
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The Sold lei3 and the Sailors Mov
INQl In almost every country paper wo sec
long listsjof soldiers' jnd sailors' names at
tached to calls for the election of delegates
to the Cleveland Soldiers' Convention to sus
tain the President, on the 17th of Sepfcm
ber. ; The New York Times, edited by IIen-
ar J. Raymond, the Chairman of the Re
publican National Committee, estimates that
nine-tenths of the soldier- are for sustainin
the President.; "
1 " Important to Printers. The Secretary
of the Interior has received from a gentle-
maa in New Jersey, samples of paper man
ufactured from Sedge grass, a grass which
grows in great abundance, upon all tide-water
flats. The paper is very white and clear,
and will undoubtedly prove a good substitute
for ordinary writing paper made of cotton or
linen rags.. It i. estimated that it can be
manufactured for twenty per cent less than
variety now in nsn, and this circumstance
Inrto rpnrJf-r-stlift" fllnrnvRrv nf rraafc imnnr-
nce to the intcro4-of the country.
A, FunnBook ha?jut come to xl called
'1V,r-.i--.ol f-i-rnj frniri f hfl Jrnt flit ITall
It ps one of frh-e jolliest little books .we ever
sa full of fury. ide-plittin pictures and
capital jokes. It 13 "a" good thm to have
abou'f thd'houfiebr, as -it 13 made to nicely
fit in Vhe pocket, it w just what is often
wantcl ta makc.a merry evening. ' It is giv
en awayTatuitouly by Wanamakerit Brown
the'poputr Clothiers, Oak Hallt S. E. cor.
th and iurket sts.i Philadelphia, and any
body can ge it by enclosing their address and
a two-cent scamp lor. the postage.
5s?" The fo5pwin.I is the score of match
game of BaseVBall, played between the
"LiveOakV' ofjanville.and the "Pioneer,"
.of this plaee. The game was played on the
ground of the former, on Saturday, the 1st
or September; in V which the latter were
beaten by 87 runs, as the annexed score will
show:' . ' ' ' ' V ,
Diddle, c .
3?rick, ?. s.
Philips, 1 b.
Health, 2 b. .
Harder, 3 b.
Woods, L f.
Reynolds, c f.
Kipp, r. f-
l ol nil pioneer. I ol r
! Mitchell, c,
S Persons who wish to preserve peach at Philadelphia, on the 14th of August last,
trees can do so hy placing-" a square box four . At moment the Committee, appointed
' . x i i to inform Mr. Llwell ox his nomination,
or six inches hiSh, and 12 inches square fid- rctarned with tLat gentieman, who, in a few
edwithsrecn walnuts orwalout hulk It is pointed and brief remarks, accepted the
3 ' 1
Edwards, s. s.
WaUcr, 1 b.
Lee, L f.
Rinker, c t.
Montr r. f.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
1X71 OA53. 4. 14. 16.
PIONEER. 1. 2. 0.
1. 13. 23. 17. 94.
1. 2. 1.. 1. 08.
Iassed Bails Live Oaks, 2 : Pioneer, 7.
Struck Out Live Oaks, 1 ; Pioneer, 3.
' ITy Catches Live Oaks, 7; Pioneer, 9.
Put out oa Foul Balls Live Oaks, 8;
Umpire-:if. Frick, of the AlertB. B. C.
of Danriile. . ..
Scorers Mr. J. Revriold3, for Live Oaks,
- 1 7;L. 1'jerly, for Pioneer. .
"rzo of Gan-i Three hours and a half.
. meeting or trier uo2Tessionai uonier-
ees of the counties of Bradford, C'olmubi.
Montour, Sullivan and Wyoming, composing
th 13th Cnnrreatdonal District Ot iennyl-
.0-ibur2 on Ihursday, the
6th inst.. the foliowing gentlemen were
Biuvdfohd.-C. S. Russell, Edward Her
Columbia. John McReynolcL., E. R.
Montouk. John W. Miles, Jesse C,
Am merman. .
Sullivan. George D. Jackson, James
VyomiNa Robert R. Little, C. D. Gear
hart. On motion, lion. John JfcReynold, of
Columbia, was appointed Rreident, and C.
S. Russell, of Bradibrd, was chosen Secre
On motion of John TV. Miles, of Men
tour, the Hon. William Elwell, of Co
lumbia, was unanimously nominated as a
candidate ior Congres3.
Un motion oi Ucorce 1). Jac.son, a com
mittce of two v; a., appointed by the Chair.
to wait upon Mr. Elwfll and inform hitn
or his nomination, and request his accept
. nnpfi ni Tiift s:im .',iirr .i.ir .-snn arsit
ance oi tlie same. re:vr. Jackson
I Deegan were anpointod said committee.
On motion of Mr. Jlorrick.the Conference
I l .lil.I 1". 1 1
unanimouMv auontea me e.sniu.n ana aa
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,!.- i u iiauuiuti .iiiiiii ii , n i 1J nv il
On motion, it was resolved that the next
Conffreiorial Conference meet at Danville,
on the Thursday following the first Monday
in fceptemtMir, ltoi.
On motion, the proceedings were ordered
to be published in all the Democratic and
Conservative papers in the JJistnct.
JOILN McHE 1 s OLDS,
C. S. Russell, Scc'y.
Republicans, Stand Up!
Why don't you laugh smile talk, say
something, if it is not so. all ficrd . smart ?
Graciou-.but you fellows arebu--y about now !
Johnson is your President. God gave hiia
to you. You .elected him, elected him !
Oh, but you are' a wet set cf roosters! Well
never mind ! We shan't hurt you! We
wont mob yoa prison you hang you
abuse you harrass yoa in business malign
you insult you roD you and use you as
3-ou have for five years used us. You needn1 1
look scary like when you see a rope, a prison
cr a gua ! -
Get cut the Wide Awakes. Call out the
Loyal League ! Get up some Geary Fairs!
Appoint a f.w Brigadier Generals. Rai.-;e
some colored troops. Turn yoar prayer meet
ings into- electioneering booths. Control the
telegraph. Lie to the ration. Open your
motuhs guTaw when the President speaks.
Be social. Don't act like wandering groups
fr cm a grand funeral procession. Why you
looked pleasedly good, joy struck, happy,
angelic, when Lincoin died, compared to the
way you look now Poor Republicans how
dreadfully grief wears on you I
Black ! 51 iTcUl ! I2Jnc!i ! ! !
Thad. Stevens, A. K. M'Clure, J. W.
Forney, and John Williamson, are making
speeches, and each one oi them declare
NEGRO SUFFRAGE and PERFECT
EQUALITY to be the isue.
Old Thad- said : " The Kcjto is the iasue.
Germans, Irishmen, and Africans, trere all
t f. - ' a w via
equal-. .o long as 1 live 1 icill maintain
MERCUR holds the parao doctrine, and i.3
now askir.-gyour votes that he may be returned
to Congress to farther legislate for the U.ucli
man, to the disadvantage of the "WHITE LA
M'Clure said he would never agree to the
restoration of the Union, UNTIL THE
SOUTHERN PEOPLE PUT THEIR NE
GROES UPON A PERFECT EQUALITY
WIT I THE3ISELVES. Williamson said :
"A NEGRO HAS AS MUCH EIGIITTO
VOTE AS AN IRISHMAN AND MORE."
Now, here is the doctrine of the Radical?.
itcpuuueans cannot cny this. e can
prove it by a hundred witnesses. In the
name of Heaven, can any decent man en
Mark Trrn DiFFruENCE. Atpresen t; the
Republican approaches the Democrat with a
good deal cf politeness and cornpkisancy
every mark oi rcspc.t is bestowed upon those
whom he thinks he can deceive to vote his
ticket. Ho is a fine follow now, a good far
mer, a good mechanic, an industrious labor
cr, and a useful citizen and all that sort of
fraise is lavished upon him, beHirse he want
lis vote. But a few ver.rs aifo! when thev
had a mere machine for President who would
play the tyrant forthem at their bJ ding, and,
an army to sustain them, how were Democrats
then approached and treated? You are a
coppcnipaa, a traitor, a southern s-mpa-
thizer, 1 11 have you arresled, jnd imprison
ed, and 3'our property confiscated. And in
thousands of instances the threat was literally
executed. We apprehend the , Abolition
flattery will do them very little good the
Democrats arc too well acquainted with their
DisnNonsii ed Characters. The Il
lustrated Phrenological Journal for Septem
ber Contains Portrait., with descriptions, of
Count Lismark, of Prussia ; Archduke Al
bert, of Austria; Queen Emma, cf the Sand
wich Islands Joseph Sturge. of England ;
Horace Verne., of France ; F. N. inborn,
of Newfoundland ; Cyrus W. Field, of New
1 ork : and a Group of Native African.., with
articles on Anthropology, Physiology, Psy
chology, Pnenrnatelogy and Fhisiognomy,
Cnaractcrs in Shnkspcare, Hamlet, Ca?ius,
etc. Beaming Eve?, Impressions, Largo
Noses, "Prenatal Induences, Sins of bocietv,
Whom to Elect. Ouestionsfor Deriatin sr Soci
eties, Phrenology, by John Neal ; "Out of
Place "bv Mrs. Wvliis: lruth and lrror,
"Ouack Medicines." Flagging and Flogging.
Female Suffrage, Foreign (til's, etc. A rich
number. 20 cents, or 2 a year. Fowler &
Welle, N. Y. ... , .
SS5 Fred Doudass. the well-known crab
bing mulatto, was elected a delegate from
the State of New York to the Disunion
Convention, which met in Philadelphia on
Monday Last. Horace Greelev eavs he is
rejoiced at this, and declares that his friends
are not only wnlm but anxious to have
"lool niggers" in their conventions. We
are rejoiced at it too, gentlemen ; let there
be no hypocricy among your ranks. But
Fred, is a proud nigger, and don't like to
lower his dignity, and the Rads should be
careful, or the "colored gemmen" of the
Convention may secede and start a'loyal
convention on their own hook. - -
The A n'tn- Decency yarty"and
-the Farty of Cliristianity."
If want of decency is want of sense, then
is Radicalism getting to be idiotic. ' We are
amazed at the violence and indecency of Rad
ical newspapers and speakers. Persons who
feel secure in their position, and have a
consciousness of security, do not go on o.
A party that is going down hill, and feel3 it,
is apt to swear and tear and rave. We copy
from our exchanges a few specimens of Radi
cal feeling and indecency.
In the Newi'ork Senate, in a proposition
to nav Riiitahla honors to the President. Sen
ator Low refused because "the loyal men of
this nation can not honor their betrayer,
nor indorse "his infamous policy, which has
given official sanction to massacre and assassi
Senator Williams said that " two young
men lrom his oflice had been killed in the
New Orleans riots. He held the President
responsible for their murder, and that 'their
blood cries to Heaven ior vengeance.
Senator Goddard declared he would " not
consent to do any honor to that individual,
who had reached an infamous reputation.'
lie was opposed to Mr. Johnson's name be
ing mentioned, as "he did not desire, by the
mention of that individual's name, to stir up
the dangerous passions oi the outraged U nion
men of the Western part of the State. They
hated that man
At the meeting of Radicals at Rcadinc,
Pennsylvania, the President was called "the
infamous traitor, made President by the pis
tol shot ot likes Looth
The Pittsburg Gazette calls the President
this deiua.erouo'e and ruflian.
Th President of a mectin? at which Sena
tor Wilson spoke, designated Mr Johnson
as a drunken trowser-maker.
Thad. Stevens says the negroes are the
equals of the Germans and Irish that come
to this country.
Oglcsby, Governor of Elinois, in a recent
speech at Indianapolis, referred to the Dem
ocratic party as "a party of d d snot nosed
sons oi t) s.
The Mae-a-cheek Press calls the President
the drunken murderer."
Thad. Stevens says Esrvptwa3 afflicted
with lice, and frogs and locusts, but not with
The New York TrUmv speaks of the Dem
ocratic papers as hired presses, purchas
ed journalists, dumb dors 01 tree trade.
political Jiars, ''paltry pettifoggers, &c.
We might fill a column or two with Radi
cal evidences of fpleen. all prophetic of a
-v ! i i
ig cause. ISo party that doe3 not feel
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mat it is uoomea ever resorts to such inde
cency. jawver jaliowav, ot Uolutnims,
Oruo, assures us, however, that the Radical
tarty is the party 01 Christianity;
and, as ho is stumping Ohio, Indiana
and Pennsylvania for the party, and paid for
it, he should be good authority. But what a
singular Christianity 1
General News Items.
Honduras has sijrned a trcatv of neae
Dean Richmond leaves 1.500. 000 worth
Maine furnishes 100.000 barrels of Mm
hauen oil thi3 year.
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Austria and Trussia have exchane-d
rauncations oi peace.
The Gfr.cial majority of Governor Throcl
mortonr in iea., is 37,1.0.
l he first train passed over the Minne
sota alley Railroad on the 24th ult.
The Santeebandsof Sioux Indians h.?e
refused to agree to a treaty with the United
An owl, measuring 4 feet S inhe" from
ip to tin of hi wing.-?, has been killed near
pnngheld, id. ' "
Two thieve' robbed a iewcller's store in
New Orieans of$30c'0 worth of jewelry while
"looking" at the "goods."
The capital of Chiris-'ui. Central America.
is held by revolutionist a. Efforts are being
made to get up a rebellion in Panama.
At Ofirdcn. burcr recently, a cow was drink
ing, whfn a mud-turtle ezcd her by the
noe and held it under water until the sufTto-
The New Jersev Legislature will a.pm
fcle on the 10th, to electa United States S
ator and ratify the . Constitutional Amend
A youn? woman was makinrr a bed. in
Charleston, S. C, on the lGlh nit., when a
loaned pistol unuer tho pillow was dichar
ged, killing her instantly.
It is stated that it will cost $15,000,0.0
and take seventy ver.rs to make navicauie
the rapids at Dps Moine., Iowa, and the peo
ple there are beginning to think a canal
around the rapids would be preferable.
Some tinif since a gentleman removed
to 'California from Sparta. UL., taking wiih
him a favorite dog. The do? lately made
his way back to his old home, having crossed
it t ? -1 V- f c
t ue piain jrem cuiiiornia on loot. u aya
the Chicago lines.
Eyelets, that cost but eighteen cents a
thousand to manufacture, are consumed to
an enormous extent in thistountrv. it beinc
estimated that over $4,000,000 worth, or at
leart two hundred miihons ot them, are an-
nuaiJy used lor fckirts, .hoe.?, corsets, &c.
A correspondent rf a foreicm ionrnal
writes from Veleutin, that from daylight un
til two o clock in the altemor.n the cable
is usually worked with great difficulty, but
alter that time it grows easier and more rap
id until dark. During the night the cable
works easiest and best. ThU phenomenon
lias heen noticed upon land telegrajdi linen,
but no sati. fact ory reason appears yet to have
ueen given lor it.
II A R R I K I) .
At the Baptist Cliurch. in Berwick, on
J huraa3', tue fth inst., bv Rev. John J.
Case, Rev. W. W. Cae, of Chestnut Hill,
l'hila., to Miss Mary E. Kline, of Salem,
Luzerne couuty, l a.
At Omngevil'e, August 30th, 1SCC, by
Rev. N. Spear. 31 r. Tho. B. Applenian, of
Denton, and Mi Elizabeth D. Tubbs, of
1 airmount, Luzerne county.
On the 1st inst, by the same, Mr. Har
mon !. Stein, and Miss Elizabeth Davis,
both of Benton, Columbia county, Pa.
At the resilience of the bride's father, bv
Rev. A.. J. Funnan, Mr. Peter ( Jirton, of
Greenwood, to Miss Harriet A. Manning,
of Jackson, Columbia county, Pa. "
On Thursday, September Cth, 1SC6, by
Elder J. Sutton, 3Ir. baveilon Albert, on and
Miss C. D. Sutliff, both of Luzerne county.
In Bloomsburg, on the Cth inst., Cora
Alwilda, daughter of Jeremiah S. and Mary
C. Rudy, aged. 1 year and 4 days.
In Pine Township, September 2nd, 18G5,
Dorothy Axn, wife-of Mr. Michael Reed,
and daughter of George and Rebecca btack
house, aged 27 years, 3 months and 22 days.
I.ETTERSof administration on the eftate of James
Padnn, late of rishirgcreek township, lulmvbii
County kare keen (ranted by Vie Krr'sler of s.ul
county, to Eli Bobbins and EliCabelh Padoa. both!
be township and county aforesaid : All persons bav
ins claims against the estate of the decedent are re-
questad to make them known to the adnnistratore.
and those indebted to the eitaie will make payment '
without delay. -
ELI KOSB1 13, I j.
ELIZABETH PADOST, ' Mmr'
fishlnjcreek, Sept., 1300, Ow. .
WHEREAS by the La we of thie (Commonwealth it
ia made the duty of the Sheriff of every county
to five notice of the General Election , by publica
tion in one or more newapapera of the county, at
lrant twenty day before the election, and to enumer
ate therein the otHcera to be elected and to dasifnate
the plaee at which the election in to be held.
Therefore. 1 HAMUEL B.VVDER, HikIi Sheriff of
Columbia County. Ho hereby make known and pro
claim 10 the qualified elector of Columbia County,
that a General Election will be held on TUESUA V.
THE 91 H DAY OF OCTOBER.. lrti(J(beinj the aerond
'funeriay in aald month.) at the aeveral diatricta
within the county, to wit :
bearer township, at the public home of Christian
FbumiD &8on. . . , . ,
Kenton township, at the public house of John J.
Stilea, in the town of Benton.
liloom township, at the Court JHouge, in Blooms
Borough Berwick, at the Town Rouge, in the Bor
ough, Borough Centralia, at the public houae, of Reuben
Briarcreek township, at the Public School house,
Catawissa township, at the public house of Henry
J. Clark, in the Town of Cauwrnsa.
Centre township, at the actio. I House near Lafa
Conynphacj township, at the house of Daniel T.
Fishingcreek township, at the public bouse former
ly kept by Benjamin McHenry on the Sue Road.
Franklin town. hip, at Clayton's School Home.
Greenwood township, at the house of Joseph R
Hemlock town-bip, at the public bouse of John
Hartuian, in the town of Buckhorn.
Jackeon township, at the bouse of E.ki Cole,
I.ocist township, at the public tioue of David .ea
ger, in Inbtown.
Mitilin town. hip, at the public house of John Kel
ler, in the town ot MilUmville.
Madison town-hip. at the public house of Samuel
Riniby, in Jerscyluwn.
Mt. Pleasant township, at the public bouse lately
kept by Tiiouiaa Jones.
Montour township, at the house of William Hol-lin;-heud.
Mam township, at the public houe of Aaron Ileijs.
Koarinprreek township, ul the I10U3; formerly oc
cuf.iL-0 by George W. Dreinbach.
Orange towuoiiip, at tuu public house of Jacob
fine township, at tho Centre School House, the
new pla.e just tiled by votn ot tho citizens of said
ugarlouf township at tlie house of AUiias Cole.
cott tuwnship at the pub ic.hujse of ! -racial Min
my. in Eipy.
At winch time and place the qualified electors will
elect by ballot tho f.iluwiug fcute, Juuiciary, and
County nfiicers, viz :
One person tor Governor of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania ; one person for Member of Congress ;
one purcvufor Statu . mat ir ; one person for .vieiii
ter 01" Asse mbly ; two pt rcous for associate Judges
of tliH Courts of Columbia County ; one person ior
t'rotnonolary and Clerk of the Court ; one person
for Register and Becurder ; one person for Couuty
Coiiiiiiisioner ; and one person for County Vuuitur.
It is l'urlher directed tiiul tlie e( ction polls of the
several districts slia'.l be opened between the lir.urs
ol ti and Id o'clock in the forenoon, and shall coiuimu
open wilhout iuterru itiou anj ai.jouriiiiiciit until 7
o'clock 111 the evening when tlie polls shall be duped.
It is further directed that the meeting of the return
Judges. attUe Couit House, 111 lilooimuurg, to make
oul UB (iei";ra!. Klcl,0.!,.. b.e h..!'1 c
suau De neiu cu ritlU.tl
Tilt; lilli liAt 'r ui.iuii,,it.vi'.
..,, j.i.ih. or u:e kenrp.. iii
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coiiioosed of the Counti es of Columbia and AJuutour
.hall meet at the Court House, j.-i Ulnomsburi;, on
TliEtiDAY. the loth day of October nr-xt, to taake
oul tue returns for ileiuber ot a. eijblv.
The Upturn Judges of the lilti J ;ii toi ial District
composed of the counties of Coluiabii, Montour
N'oitliuinberUud aua aiiivnn. sua II meet at tlie
Court House, In Danville, on TUESUA y, me l.th
tlay of October next, to make oul the returns fo
The following ci or Assembly, reiru'atin the
mode or vounginiue t. ommoiiweallti ofPennsvlva
nia was passed March loth. Jfjti, and reads Ih-ia - '
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c-viion j. u . . i j c.iiate anu House
of Kepresentatives of the Coaimonucalih of Penn
sylvania in General A sm-nibly'uict, anu it is hereby
euacieu uy uiuiuwvui; . ,m. .aiiiu, 111.11 in.,, qtialt
tiej voters of the several counties 0f tnis rnitinuin
wealtii.at an gem rai. lownsuip, ooroub and special
elections, aru tiereny, uereatter, authorized ami re
quired to vote, iy iicbeix, printed, or written, or
partly printed aim partly writtcu, severally cl.i-silie.l
s loilovs : One ticket shall embrace the n .11.. 1
all iudsus of courts voted for, and to be l.ib i;cd. out
side, "j'jdiriary ;" one ticket shall embrace tae names
of all stale iHUCers voiej lor, anu be labelled, 'state;
one ticsil .nail eiuorace me iia.iies 01 ait county o
IlT.rn VOLCU IUI. I lll-l UU ill UldLQ Ul g-llir 11,,. . I. mm
and members ot aseu.l, if voted tor, and members
.1 co;aiess, 11 Vi.lcu lor. auu be labelled "countv
oil. t.cket .hall euibracu the names of all towntiin
ouiters vclea 101. iio ue iaeiiu. "towiisliio : our.
HcKet stiait riiiraetf lue names 01 an boroug.1 otriecrs
vole J lor, and be laocueu, 00101111 , anu each class
uall be ucuo.iteil 10 scperam ballot botes.
.so lion J oul it snail be lUe duty oflhf- shcri
iu tuu several couulies ot litis coiinuoii wealth, to in
sen luiheir elettiu" pro iauijiious.bercaftier issued
Hi. Iirst secltou ul this act.
NOTICE 13 HESE3Y GIVEN,
That every person exceptins Justices of the Peace
who elm. I hold any oftiro or appointment of profit or
trust under the United Mates, or of tills Mate, or any
city or Cjrporated distrirt, whether a commissioned
cQcer or otherwise, a subordinate otneer nraj'iu
who is or shall be employed under the kei-Utur
executive or iuaiciary department ot this ntatc. or
of any city or 01 any incorporated uitriri, and aio,
that every n:ruiber .f Cotisress and of the State
Li;ielaturc, and of the select or common council of
an v city, or commissioners of any incorporated dis
trict, is by law incapable ol huldin; or exerciim at
tile ti inc. tlie ofijee or appoint mem of Judje, Inspector,
or Clera of any election of this Common wealth, and
thai uo ln-pcclor Jadfe ot other officer of such elec
tion shall br-. eligibli to bo tiien voted for.
It shall be the duty of Hie several Assessors re
spectively to attend at the place ol Do!' in? every
general, special or lowuship election during the
whole time such flection is kept open, tor the pur
pose 01 eivio; uiforoiation to the intipectors ana
Judge, when called ai. 111 relation to the right ofany
person assessed bv taeiu ta vote at such election
and on auch other matters in relation t the assess
meut cf vtcrs, as the said Iiihpectora or eillisr of
their ruail from tunc to tioie req-nre.
"No peisou shall be nerinitted to vole at anv dec
tion as aforeraid. than a uhjte ciuzen of ill. age of
twenty-one or more, who shall have resided iu this
Stale at lean one year, und in me election district
where ho etii rs to vote, ten day i.n;netiiately pre-
cedine such election, and within two years paid a
late cr County tax which shall have been a.ses.ed
at least ten days bclof! the eiecli'iti. l-ui a cilizet
of th. 1. uited Mates w ho has previously been a qual
itied vcter of this late and removed therefrom hhu
returned, and who shall bave resided in the election
distiict and paid taxes, as aforesaid. aha'l bu entitled
to uie alter residing in this stale six inouirn.
Provided .That the while lreeu1.11, citizens ol the
L'niled tl.itts. between tiio ase of twruiy-ono and
tu.nlv-lwu vears who bave rcid.d in lite, ileclion
ili-lULlteii days as al" .tr-a'.d .ball be enlilled to vole
altliouu they shall not have paid tax.
Given under a.y hand, it tuy oiuco, in bioo.n.our
this liih day of Scpicuibt-r. iStjii.
tAiML LL SXYDEll, -iieuu.
September 12, 1SG5
Estate of M try . Miller, late of Mvlw.i
Township, Cot a nil ta County, ncco.
rTIIE Legatees and all I'thor parties interested in
1 the estate of Mary r. jliiler. deceased. wililiKe
notice that ihe undersigned appointed by Ihi l.'r-
r.hin'i court or said r.onnty. auditor, to auun au.i
make distribution of the balance 111 the haniis f Pan
iel Kin met. sarriviog executor of the said Mary i".
Miller, deceased, w HI meet the uarlies intrresfd in
thes.iid estate, at I hi crt":re i-l" the Register ol Will,
iu and for Ihe county f Coin inbia, at idoomsdidrg "
hur.dny the Mil e,ay of November next, when and
tvhereull parties interested ran attend if th see
proper and present tiieir lims or bo ueoarreu f.oul
con.ing iu lrt snare 01 111- luuj
.. 11. n.Ai.ux, Aucitur,
Bloomsbarg. - cpten.ber 12. latiii. 4t.
N0I1TH AND SOUTH,
Tirov;h biticeen Baltimore and Pochrster
Wiihotit Chansr i tars.
ON and after August tin, l"o, trains will leave
as follows :
F.CFFAI.O EXPRI SS leaves fallimore 10 !0. dai'v.
Philadelphia 9 0'J P M. Harrisbtirj J,5 A. 1 , d liv
en. g passengrrc at ISorltiuiiineriHnu. -i. ior
train on i.uctawanna and iloomsbirz Rail Koaf.
leaving at 7.00 A, M. arrivin; in Panv Hie 7. 10 A.M.
P.loomthurg e.25 A, M. twiligston 10-lU A. X, CCran-
ton U.hO noon.
MAIL, leaves Baltimore S.2j A. dailv, (except
Sunday. Philadelphia 10.10 A. I, Harrt-burg
P. M., niliver in passengers at orthuni!-fiand 4 54
P. M.for train on Lackawanna and l;luo.iiburg kail
Road, leavi.:c there at S.iM P M. arrlv i. g in T)nn ville
6 Ot) P. M. bloomsuurg C 43 r, ?J. Kin2ton . U-l V. 1.
Scran ton 10.15 ; proceeding north and arriving in
Williamsport at l 35 P. M.
FAST LIN C, leaves llallimore , danv (.excepi un-
days) 13 l P. M. Philadelphia 13 noon. Harnsburg
,10P.M. Northumberland 6 43 P.M. re.nain over
night, and leave following r-.ornin; at 7-Uu, arriving
in bcranion 12 M noon.
EXPRES3 TRAIX, leaves Northumbetland 11.36
P.M-dai'y (except Sundays ) receiving passengers.
leaving iScranton 4.40 P. M. Pntston P. SI. Kings
ton 6 ou P M. Bloomsburg 8 07 P. M. arrivm in . hil
a tielpl ia 7.W) A. M. Harrifbttrs 3 30 A. M. Balumor-
7 00 A M.
MAIL TRAIX. leaves Northumberland l'i"A.fl
daily, (sxrept Suodays) receiving passengers, leaving
.-cranton mtS.MA. M. Pil'.'ton oS'll. M Kin,tou
b ij ,- Bloouii-burg 07 A. M. Hanuill- 9 54 A. VI ,
and arriving in HairmborS 1,13 P. il . Philadelphia
3 3D P, M. Baltimore 6 0' P. M .
Bv this route fright from Cuffato, buspension
nri'ige, Rochester and Canandaigua or any interme
diate point on New York t ential can he snipped
through, when in full ear loads to any point on tne
l.atkawanna and Bloomsburg Rail Koad. wimout
breaking bulks Rates of frtljut and Passenger tare
as low ashy any other route
J, N. D.BABRY. B. S. YOUXO.
Ceni SupX Ham-burg, Pa. Gea'l Pass, t gent.
nan mii ir.. anu
ISAAC M. 8CHEOM ERHORN'.
Gen'I Western Freight Agent, Buffalo, N. ,
Sept-tuber, 12, 1300. .
Practical and Consulting
' For Ibe Cure of a' I Diseasra. Author of I.ectur
on the Trertmint and Care of Chronic Diseases.
May be Consulted as follows, free of Charge ; 180..
Bl OOMSI'C Rtt. Pa.. Excbanse Hotel.
Monday and Tuesday, September 17 tk and I8tli.
BFBWICK, a, Berwick House.
Wednesday, September l'Jth.
Wll.KESn ARRE. Pa.. Fxchange Hotel.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, S.pt. 20, tl, and S3.
PITTSTOV. Pa., Eaale Hotel.
Sunday and Monday, September -3rd and 24th.
Will Visit Eacb Place Oncb ta Tbres Months Rio
clarlt. SNVALIPS affiictett with chronic disease f every
IS nn me and nature, will be convinced by consulting
me that they will befairlv and honorably dealt with.
They will not be persuaded to place themselves un
der my treatment unless there is a reasonable hope
Dr. fSAXSEVOORT. can be consulted at his ap
pointed places ; he is a Practical and Scientific Phy
sician, and trents all kinds of chronic diseases. which
have been called incurable, by many of the so-called
distinguished pbvsicians of the country. Such as
disease of the Spine. Asthma. Consumption, Salt
Kheum. Nervous liebility. Epilepsy, t Vitus Dance,
Catarrh. Melancholly. I.iver Complaint, Kickctts,
Bloody Crine, lieadache. All diseases of Woman
and Child ren. Also cases of Seminal Emissions,
which is sending thousand of poor unfortunate vic
tims to the crave yearly.
The llor'or does not propose to heal all the diseas
es that afllict mankind . Some diseases are curable,
others are incurable, while at certain states all dis
eases are curable, if treatment is commence J at the
proper time. Therefore, do rot wait for to-morrow.
'J he present i for us to improve, to-morrow we may
never see. .0 bewtre of delays, ihey are always
danzerou to your interests.
Invalids who reside at too great a distance to visi t
the Hoi-tor at his places ol appointment, cau com
municate with him by lelter and have medicines sent
to them by blxpress.to any part of tho United Stiles
and i'anadas. without delay.
All letters of inquiry must contain a three cent
camp to .re pay reply. Principal llice and Labra
tory. CramiiMrcy Park. New York. Address me at
uiy.prcscnt residence, Kath. N. Y.
J. 51. U AN'SEVOOCT, M. D.
August 22, I3i)G. 41
PENNSYLVANIA STATE FAIR.
THE Pennsylvania State Fair will commence at
Eaton, September 'Zjth. l.tili, and continue fourdavs.
Tlie premiiiiiia are the largest ever ofTered by tne
Society. Embracing 44 difl'erent classes und in tlie
aggrepate exceeding $-O0ti Dollars. The premiums
lor rattle, horses, sheep and swine are very large.
The lollowing is an abstract of them :
Fur foreign imported cattle there are 5 premiums
of .$50 each, and 5 of $30 each. For Durham Devon,
Al.lerny and all other thorough bred value, one of
$10, .of 930. 7 of SHI and $15. ar.d 4 of $. Best herd
of cattle notsles than 15 owned by exhibitor , $j" ;
3nd best S-J. Best exhibition of heifers not less than
six. $10. tlfst 10 yoke of oxen lrom an v county .$101.
in tins clat-s for oxen, tc , there are 6 premium of
310. nid 5 of $5 for native grade cows, fee., 'J "f $.
7 of $iii. and 4 of $5.
HUuSI. For imported and thoroMh breds 3 of
$5il. a of $ W. 4 of SJo and 4 of $ j t of $10. TROT
TI Ml HOilK. and MARLS-1 of $3)li. 1 of $3(d, I
i f $ IU0. I of $73. s of $u0. 1 of 40, I of $ 10 and I of
$i. Matched aud Sin.le Horses ; I of S40, 1 of $.10,
I of $-'", I of $15. 7 of $10 und 5 of $5, Stallions und
Mares cf all work 2of $10. X of $35, 2 of $13, 7 of
$10. Jacks and Mules. 3 of $J0, 1 of $33, 3 of $30,
3 of $15. J of $10.
SH LHP, Best flock, $50, 2 of 23 ; 6 of 20, 8 15. 33
of 10, J4 vary ing f rum 8 to 4, iSwinc best herd. $35,
a of I 0. Irt, varying from 8 to 4. Poultry lol'$.j,3
tf 10, 2 of 5, ti of 3 and 2. Plows 13, varying from
5 to 3. Heaping and Mowihg Machines Silver Med
al and 4 cf S3. Threshing Machines Fanning Mills
Horse Powers Cutters Crushers A.C, 15. vary
ing from '3u to $5, Cider Mills. Churns and Pumps,
13, varying from to $1,
KULLEuS, CULTIVATORS, Grain drills, planters
and fowerc, 17 varying from 10 to $3, Wagons, Cans,
RijCings. Carriages &x,. 3 of $10, 30 varying from 5
to J, Poi table .lean Engines, VV I N'DMILLd.llorse
rakes, rvths. forks, rakeg. &c., varyinj from 40
to 5. CK.Vi.RAL DISPL 4.Y of AURICL' LI C B A t
IMPLEMENTS, 3 premiums of $50. -iO and 3 each
Leather aud its Manuluctnres .1 of S15. H of . lb 'r
2. i;JTI ER. LUKE. E AND HONEY. 5 of $10. 0 o,
5. Fluurnrd Indian Meal. Grain and S. '! 1 cf $3o
II of 3. 37 of 3. Beet .ujar. Sorghum sugar, and su-.
gar machinery, 3 of $3i), 3 of 17, li of 10. VEUETA.
BLhs, 1 of $J0, of a. 35 of 1. Crapes, Cider Cor.
etia's and V mes, 1 of $10. rj of 5, -.3 of 2. FRUIT,
Apples, pears, p'nth.s, plums, quinces, 1 of $3d. SO
15, 4 of 10, 43 varying from S lit 2, flowers and de
sign s, S to $10. 73 varviig from $7 to 2 SIOVES
A.iJ TlXtV ARE, I of'$lo '.'5 from 3 of 2. Mantle.,
glass, gas. cutlery, furniture, cc 4 ol $10, 35 from
5 to ta. Needle work. Embroidery, Knit work, .hell
work, ice., embracing ivery variety of articles,
luO premiums f-om $2 to . ISread. Cakes, Preserves.
Jsllirs, air- tiht fruits and vegetables, aud spired
Iruils, .4 preiiiiuiu. from 1 to I. Fine arts, paint
ings and penmanships, ambrmypes, photographs,
ic ,3 of $10. '10 from 5 to 3. ki. plays by .ile,hauics
or 'Prad-Kinen. lot's ID 1 of 5 and 10 of 3. Silver
Ware, pianos sewing machines, tt.. 8 silver md
als. I cf $30. and 3 of 10. Es.iys best description
of exhibition. $ 0, other Esy on agricultural sub
jects. &.c. 9 silver cups, or $25. each.
For rules governing Exhiuitors and premiums in
detail. See Catalo-i ;.
Arraiuemeiits will be mule with the several Rail
roads hue to carry Ireijutand Passengers at reduced
Competition i invited from evry section.
SINGLE ADM1SS. l.iS. CENTS.
A. UYD HAMILTON. Presid. nt
I arti'burg, Pa,
A . B. LOVGAKER. Secrelaiy, Easton, ra.
S eptemer, 5, 1 .'.
S2D. HOOP 5?3T3, G2S.
Nov Fail Stylos !
Are in every respect r:n?T (lass, and eni.rare a
complete assortment for La.lies. Misses, and Chil
dren, of Uie Newest Styles, every Length and Six.s
"i;k. SKIRTS, wherever known, arc more univer
sally rori lar than any others before th? pub! ic They
retain their Miape better, are lighter, more elastic,
more Hu ruble, andrealy Ciik.per, thin anv oih r
Hoop Skirt iu the market. The i.prings and fasten
ing are warranted per.-t. Evert I. adt lioi. d T v
Them! 1 hev are muv being exten.iv.ly Sold by
Mfri'iiants. throughout the Country arid at WHOLE
SALE AND RETAIL, at Manufactory and Sale.
No.f. ARCH Ptroot. bo low 7th PHIL VD'A.
Ask for Hol'KIX'S -own makk." buy nn other!
CAHTIOV. on g-niiine unlena . tauipd n
each Kid Pad "lioek in's Moan Skirt MannTactory.
Xo 03ri Arch Slrett I'hiladelplii.
Also. Constantly on hind full line of New York
made -kirts.ai very low prices.
TLKMS NLT CA. 11. ONE PRICE OX LY
August 3J, l.Ci. liu. J. W .
IISS LIZZIE PETE UM AN,
Would announce to the ladies ol nioomaburs and
tlie public g, rierally, that ho has just tcceivcd lrom
the eastern cities uer
prmr and Si:ia2ic
roneisting of all ar'icie s usraUy found in first class
Millinery Mores. II. r goods are of the bei-t quality
nnJ among the most handsome and rle-apest in the
market Call Mid examine them for yourselves.
iNnb.tily should purch isi; .IseHhern betore cimnin
ing Miss Fetenuan's stork ot goods Donne' a made
toord;!r, on the shortest notice, or repaired.
Store on Ma.n street. 3d dor below te store of
Vlondenhall ; Rupert.
Bloomsburg, May 2. ISiio. if.
EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP
OV M.MVSTRFET, RI.Y OPPOSITR
JIlLLtli S MU-ll.) llLOOMSliUti, I'A.
TIIK andirsigncd has just fitted up, and opennd,
S'S'OYK AT. J) TIM Z10rs
in this plnrf. u here he is prr part d lo make up new
TIN WARf. of .11 kinds in his tine, nnil do repair
ing with neatness and disp .trh, upon the most rea
sonable terms. Ilealso keeps on hand STOVES ot
various patterns and ttyle. , which he will sell upon
terms to suit purchasers.
(Jive h i m a call. He is a coo 4 mechanic, and dc
serving of thu pub ic patronage.
Eloomsbnr.. May 9, lf.S. ly.
2iy, Colt.nibia Co. Pa.
'The undersigned having become sole proprietor of
1 this well known and conveniently Hscatrfd stand,
respeclfnll v informs hi friend", nnil the public in
general, that h. has put hi hou-e in complete order
for the accommodation of boarders, and for the recep-
tion and entertainment of travi 1 era who may feel
disposed to favor it with their custom. ,Vo expense
has been spared in preparing tins II. t. I for t!i"ent-r
tain men I of guests, and nothing shall be wanting, on
his p . rt. to h. mister to tbeir personal comfort. The
location, as n ell as the building, is a good oue, and
all togftbei ia amply arranged to please th. puhlic
Espy. April U, 16o6. tf.
Estate of Obediah Campbell, sen., deceased.
Notice is bercbv given that letters tcstimeniarv
ou the estate of Obediah Campbell, senior, late of
I. orust township. Colu.iibi.i County, deceased, have
been granted by the II' giler of said county, to J. J.
ampbell, of Lor list toMn.bip. Columbia CouMv.and
Nicholas Campoell and Obe.liah Campb It. of Shaiuo
kin, North'd Ctuntr All persons having claims
against the estate of the decedent are requested to
present them for KClllemnt. and those indebted to
the estate will make immediate payment.
ITT" The business generally . will he attended to
by Obediah S. Campbell.
(iREDMH S. CAMPBELL,
August 8. l&tifi. 6w.
BLANKS I BLANKS !1
Of-every description ior eale $i tbieofi.ee.
LETTERB of administration on the ' estate of
Thomas Baker, late of Sugarloaf township, Colum
bia County, deceased, have ben granted by the Reg
is terof said county, to Elisabeth Herrington, resid
ing In the township and county aforesaid All per
son having claims agaioxt the estate of the decedent
are requeued lo present them to the Administratrix
lor settlement, and those indebted will 'Oiae forward
and make immediate payment to
Sugarloaf, Aug. 31, 18S8. fr.
ALUERS! FARMERS 1 I
Don't fall to nsa PHILUPS' BCPER rHOSPIIATK
LI ME to enrich your lands and make large crops of
grain and grass. It is now extensively used in all
the leading agricultural portions or the courtry and
withont dispute or doubt is known to be the very
best used. It contains less moisture, is more uni
form in quality. Contains mors agriroltural value,
than any other in the market. The undersigned in
troduce it as a standard art iele. intending to make it
a permanent trade. Its value has been fully tested
in this county and stands unsurpassed by any other
article ever introduced. Give it a trial, you will be
pleased beyond measure with the results. Apply to1
FAXTOX fc HA.RMVV
August VI. 1SCS. Rupert, Pa.
QROVESTEEN & EO.,
409 Broadway, New Yrk.
TUB ATTENTION of the public and the trad Is
invited to our N EW SO. LI., SEVEN OCTAVE.
ROSEWOOD PIANO FORTES, which for volutte
and purity of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto of
fored in this market. They contain all the modern
improvements. French grand ac tion, harp pedal. iron
frame, over-strung bass, etc.. aid each iustruinent
being made under the personal supervision of Mr.
J. II. Grovestceh. who has a practical riperiencenf
over thirty years in their manufacture, is fully war
ranted in every particular.
THE 'ORUyy.HTHF.. PLIMn-FultTF."
ReCEIVKD TH- BIOHCST AWARD Of MERIT AT TBS CtLt-
bRatid World's Fair
Where were exhibited instruments from the best
mnkcrs of onrion. Paris, Cermany. I biladelphia.
Haltimnre, Boston and sew York; and also at the
American I nstitnte for live successive years. Ihe
Gold aud Silvkr Mcdals from botu of which can be
seen at our ware-rooms.
iv the introduction of improvements we make a
still more perfect Piano forte, and by manufacturing
largely, with a sttictly ca-h system, arc enabled to
otfer the e instruments at a price which will preclude
all competition .
Our prices are from $100 to $200 cheaper than any
Cr st class Piano forte.
TERMS. Net Cash in current funds.
Descriptive circulars sent free:
July il, ly. H. ic P.
Has opened a first class BOOT, SBT0E,
HAT km CAP ST0?..
At his old stand on Main Street Blootnshuig. His
stock is composed of Ihe very latest and best styles
ever offered to the citizens of Columbia Coun'y. He
can accommodate the public wit. the following kinds
and prices :
Men's calf boots, fine,
kip. double sole,
Roys child's hoots.
Men's glove kid. Congress, &c,
" " Hal. Shoes,
women's boys and misies glove
kid lasting goiters.
Women's glove kid, very fine,
ft fine goat morocco balmornls,
' men's morocco and call shoes,
Miasea' and Child's shoes.
$...r,h to !.0f)
3-75 to 5 75
1.75 to 4.75
2.50 to 5.75
1 -0 to 3.00
1.75 to 5.75
3.35 to 5 75
2.50 lo 4 Oil
1.75 to 2 50
l'.5ii to 5i
0.35 to l.bO
!n' w nini n'i. misses, bovs and chitds
slippers. 0,25 to 1.10
He also keeps a great variety of HATS, CAPS aud
ST HAW GOODS
of evry kind, at thclowe.t prices, both for Cash and
Kcuiuiiiiiet the attraction is in our good. Don't
be alarmed at lh cry of high prices, but call and see
for yourselves. lUspcclfuliy,
' HENRY GIGER.
Eloomsburg. July II, lr'OO.
If ynu wish lo live Ion; and die happy, go without
delay and .
INSURE YOUR LIFE
in the best Company in the world,
TUB MUTUAL LIFK INSURANCE COMPANY OP
ITS CASH AS.-ETS ARK $15.000.00..
and itsannual dividend for the fiscal year of
n inon l. t'i seventy five per cent, on all participat
ing preiiiiuiis. hemg tne largest mvi .na ever oe-
(Irfied l y any company tor the s.imu length of time
For fuilh.r information applv lo
JoiiN G. FREEZE. Jtget.
July 18, 1-Cf). 3in. bloomsburg. Pa.
JUdRER ! LUJRER !
A new Lumber Yard in PJoom-sbura.
THE undersigned would" respectfully inform those
A in want of lumber that he continues to manufac
ture and keeps on hand . good supply of building
ml fencing in ferial, at fits reMOeiire, a short dis
ance imrih of the deuot, which he ..ffers for sale at
ea-onabie rates. JACOB H-TiUYLEtt
lil'Miiiisbwrg. Juns 2tl, lr66.
Estate of William J fan n, deceased.
LETTET.S of administrition on the estate of Wit
liar.i Mann, ate ot Heaver township, Columbia coun-
IV. deceased, have been granted by the Register of
s;ii. C'.niity. to Allen !ann. Esq.. who resides in
I t avi r townsliip. All persons having claims against
the e-t.tle of th decedent are requ -sled to pr'senl
them immediately for settlement, and those on it-g
the tst.Ue will make paynient lorthwith.
August I, leCG -6w,
All persons knowing themselvea Indebted to eith
er of the undersigned, on Hook, Note or Ju Igment.
are reiue(ied tomak. payment without delay if ihey
wou Id bave costs.
MrKELVY. NEIL A: Co
Wat. MtKELVY t Co.
August 23. l!C0. tf.
T7 ANTED AGENT' $75 to $-ji0 TFR MoNTII
V V for Cei'tlinen and $.13 to $1 j for Ladies.every
where. lo introduce Ihe Common Sensu Family Sew-ing-Machiue,
improveil and perfected It will hem,
fe-l. titch. quilt, bind braid, and embroider beauti
fu ly price only $.' making the elastic lock stitch
and fully warmitled for three year. We pay Ihe
ahove wages, or a tnmaiis-iou. from which twice
th;it nmoiinl ran be made. Address or ral 1 on C.
HoWERS .t CO., Oirice No. 235 South Fifth Mreet
l'hil.idi If-liia, Pa. All letters ans wired pro.pl'
with circulars and l-rm.
August -J, ISo'j. lm, J, C, & Co.
- M l
LETTERS or administration on tho estate of Vary
Moss, late of Sugarloaf township, Columbia County,
deceased, h..vn been grouted by the Register of said
County to cilhert Hess. f the same township and
county. All persons indebted to the estate are re
quested to make pbynn ut to the administrator, and
those having claims will present them for settlement
ithout delay . to
GILBERT HESS. .Um'r.
Sugarloaf. Aug. 0. 1M.-tw.
THE REST AND CHEAPEST
E2T R003IS OVER
niooinshnri . July II. lanfi. tf.
. O '. FOR UUSllERGER'S
in RLOOMSBURG, all you who desire a superior
article ol chewing or smoking tobacco. His cigars
are made up of the finest q i.llty ol tobacco. Every
body in town knows w here to go to get a gool am
rle. He will sell at retail or w hoeale to suit Ibe
purchaser, he is hot particular. Shopkeepers kud
land lors'n gene rally w ould do better by purchasing
of him than of the peddler and hucksters ill it t av
el t'jrough the country. They run no risk of being
cheated iu what they buy. Patronize regular lines
if you wish to gtthe wnr'h of your money.
.'tore ou Main Street, a fw doors below the
H. H. HUXSBERGER.
May 9, 3f6.-3rn.
Respect full v annonnrra Mmeslf to the pubMres an
experienced W ELL-DIGGER and WATER B.VI EL l
ER. Persons oesirous to learn where water can be
easiest fuund. and all w ho have wells to dig. will
do well to employ the undersigned. Contracts will
be taken by the foot or by the day, to auit lbs em
July 23, ISCG.-Iy.
NOTICE la hereby given to the Stockholders of the
IJ'.ximsbur Literal V Institute. 10 at the second and
third installment oa their shares are required to be
paid, on or before the Ofleeath day cr esepiem.or
.... . . . . . npa ot -
ext. nti.biAii B.ii.ba, iicuum.
etfrtembof S, 1304.
CATABBfl S"UFF,; .
This Bnuffhas thoronghly proved itself lo b tb.
best article known for enring the Ctxn Cow
Tn IUa. and Hiad.ch.. It has been foun a an ax
eellent remedy in many cacea of Sore Eyes. D
Sw. has been removed by it.and B. has often
fceen greatly improved by its use.
It is fragrant and agreeably, and
GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF
To the dall heavy pains caused by diseases of tho
Head. The sensation aternsing it are delightful ana
Invigorating. It opens and purges out all obstructions,
strengthens ihe Elands, and gives a healthy action to
the parts aff.cted. . . .
More than Thirty Years'
Of Sale and n of Dr. MAasnxiL's Catarrh and
Headache B.irrr.' has proved its gr-at value for a'l
the common diseases oft be Head, and at this moment -it
stands higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the bast physicians,
and is a.ed with great success and satisfaction evo
Uadthe Cert ficatet of Wholesale Drog
gints in 1854.
The undersigned, having for many ypare been ac
quainted with Dr. MsRsHAtsi's CaTabrbj and Head
ache Saorr. and sold it in our wholcsalctrade ebeer--fully
state. that w. t ellevc it to be equal in every re-
en, to the rec imrLend ations given of for the euro
of Catarrhal Affections, and that it is decidedly th
best article we have ever known for all common dis
eases of the Head.
Hurr Ac Perrv. Boston.
names Park. Itsw Yoik
A R 4c D Sands,
Stephen Paul a. Co
Israel Minor ItC "
M'Kesson Robbins M
A L Scovill JtCo
M Ward. Close it Co "
Reed, Austin dc Co
Hrown, Camaon it Co
Reed, CulUr ic.C
Srth W Fowie,
Wilson. Fairbank 4; Co.
Hcnsbaw, Edmands A. Co
U H Day. Portland. Me.
Dnsh 4. Gale,
For Sale b all Lrutgists. Try It.
Feb. 3. ItsiG-ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
tJ-The original Medicine est .Mi.hed In 1337. and
first article of the kind ever introduced under th.
name of "PctwoRic WArxas." in this or any other
couutry; ail other Paln.o nc Wafers are rotinterfeits .
The genuine can be known by the name BRYAN be
ing stamped on each Wafer.
These Wafers have been before the puhlic for nearly
Thirty Years. and the immense sale alia. ned, not only
in America but in foreign countries. fully attest their
intrinsic wrth. The medical properties are superior
toany other article offered for Ihe cure of Pulmonary
or Uronchial atf :eti .us and the quantity contained in
each box is nearly double thai of the many wor'.hlers
Erjau's P I aortic Wafers
cure Coughs. Colds. Sore Throst. Hoarseness. Asthma,
t.ntarrh. hrnnrhitis. Difficult Breathing, Spitting of
Blood Pains iu the Chest. Incipient Consumption and
all diseases of the lungs. Not affording o ily temporary
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting eure and are
warranted to give satisfaction in every instance.
They dotit nauseate like alcoholic compounds, and
the medical prope.ties arn combined in a form so
agreeable and pleasant to the taste, that a:iy child
will readily take them One doae will always afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists and Public Speakers, the Wafers are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove the
most severe occasional hoarseness ; and their regular
use for a few days will,at all time. increase the pow
er and flexibility of the voice, greatly improving its
'.one. eon pass and clearness, for which purpose they
are regularly used by many professional vocalists
The very gr- at celebrity of this valuable remedy has
intuced unprincipled persons to prepare base imita
tions, wbicn disappoint the just expectations of tho
purchaser, aud injure the character of the genuine
See that the word "RR Y AN," Is stamped on each,
Wafer, and also observe the far simile of tho signa
ture of the Proprietor. "JOB MOSEei" on each wrap
per, to counlefeil which is roaoear. C" Offending
parlies will 'tfc. dealt with to the full extentof the law
HaVAn's Fvlkokic Waters are for sale by ail Drug
JOB MOsrs. Polo Proprietor, 27 Cortlandt St. N T
Feb. 3,18Wi ly.
THE CHEAT E(sLlsn;EE31EDY.
PROTECTED BY ROYALETTEHS PATENT..
Celebrated Female Pills.
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J.darkt. M. D J4
fictaaExiravrdiaatfy totkt tauten "
This invaluable mepicine is unfailing in the core of
all tnose painful and dangerous diseases to which ths
female constitution is subject. It moderates all ex
cess and removes all obstruction, from whatever eaosa
and a speedy cure may be relied on
lO 31 AH RIED LADIES,
it is particularly suited. It wilt. In a short time, brinr
on the monthly period with regularity.
,Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Gieat Britain, to prevent counterfeits
The at PiUt rkouli nmt ts taira In Ftmoiet durim tkm
FlhST TURKU MOXTHSef PreSnmn, ikew are turm
t brxng sa .Vncanof r.ut mt V oUrr tisis Ury are tuft
Lvety women know that the bloom of health must
fade, with the slightest irregularity or obstruction of
the menses. These Puis are truly the woman's friend
in the hour of trial, snd the ouly sure, positive and
never failing cure and regulator 'f Suppression of na
ture from w ha ever cause So mild luat the feeblest
ran taketbPin with perfect secnrity yi an powerful in
their ejects, that tcy tuay be saf.ly called, a never
In all cases of Vervoiis snd Spinal A ff.-ctinns Pains
iu the Back and Limbs. Fatigues light ejertion.Pal
pitu.n of the Heart. Hysterics, aud Whites, t'hee
.its will etfrt a eure whin allothrreans have fail
ed ; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain
iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to tho
Fail directions in th psmpb'et aroind each packagn
which should b- carefully preserved.
Sale General Aent fur the United Suics and British
J'tR MOSF.9. 27 Cort'and St.. New York.
N. B-$l 00 andS three cent postage stamps en
closed to any suthorir.d Agnt. will ensure a bottle,
containing 50 Pills, by return mail, securely sealed
from al observation.
Feb. 3, 'iii. ly.
LIFE HEALTH STtlEXGTH.
LIFE HEALTH ST.E.CTH.
Hundreds and thousands annually die prematurely
w hen, if they would give the Great French Remedy
D.l. JUA.V DELAMAKKE S
Cclcba-ated Sprcific Tills,
Prepared by Garahciere II DrposT, No 214 Rue Lom
bard. Paris, from Ibe prescription of Dr. Jnnn Dela
marre. Chief Physician of the Hospjul da Nord u
Laritioisiere a fair trial. thy w oul l nnd immediate
reli f aad. ir. a ahnri 1 1 ,, l, r..n- . -. t . ... ...
.... - -. ... . ,. , neoiia
and frtnftk It is oscd in the practice of many emi
nent Freeh physicians, with uniform aucceas.nnd high,
ly recommended as the ouly positive ad meeifie Rem'
it wt Ct. 'ill r, .S ... I f. ..... ,
" r . .vi...s n-u ui neiii or Si'lua
Debility, all derangements of the Nervous Forces
W t I -a n f li 1 w 'nnriii il...K.m. -....: a
. - o. .u.m, -missions. at
kveaknesa anoine from aeximl Vt -.. pi. ; .
Irostrition, Nervousness, Weak Spine.tLownesa of
spirits. LMiiinesa of Vi.ion. Hy.terics, Pains in tbs
Back and Limbs, Iiopotency, Jte
No liiiguaecan convey an ae.uat i.l r.k :
. , - , . ., an.
mediate aud uluiost miraculous change it occasions to
thede.intnted end shattered ty.teui In fact.il stand a
unrivalled as a ualailinj cure of le maladies abovo
Suffer no more, but use 7rat FYentk Remed it
w il euert a cure wkere all olhers fail, and although
powerful remedy, ronitms nothing hurtful to iho
nillst lIl'lll' tH nt,af ( .....
Pamphlets. ront;iinme full paitiritlars and directions
fCrUslll. in Klivllsh Hn.hi.h A
m . . - ......... .,v.,...M...i ,,u uKuian. so
company ea h box, and also seat free to any addreea
I nee One I)oiar per box; Pil boxes for Five Dollars.
SIJ h V n 1 1 f lritt;aa .. ..k.,. ! J
. .ki.kts.i luiu'ig'K ui ic w una ; or wii
be s-ut by mail, securely sealed from all observation, '
by inrlomg spenfl-d price to any authorised agents
BKH'ARF. UF CUU.VTKUFFJTS AMD lJUlTAUOAS
rrnnriptnr pirlnain Jt r.. . . r-- t .
MObES. I( CO.. 27 Coorltond St. New York.
,u,v.iu.,eum iui oiwumsBurg,
jJffiVr SASSfiB SHOP.
Tho nndenigned respectfully announces that he
has reftitted a shop, m Court House alley, opposite
the Exchange llmcl. w here he is prepared lo con
duct the barbering business In all its branches.
The ait of coloring whiskers and nioustackes is
practiced by him most skillfully. He also cleans
clmbing, making th 'in look nearly as good as new.
UBon the mo. reissonablc terms. Give bun a trial.
'r Hair Tonic cf the very best quality, used for
cleaning hair, kept couaUntiy ou htnj, and for sal
Bloomsburg. April S3, 1968. tf.
HOW LOST, UOW RESTORED.
-yr. JUST published, in a sealed enve-
fJ$ lope. Price 0 ren'.s. A lecture on the
"..i nature, treatment end radical eure of
t,'.ai. -T gpermatorboea, or Seminal Weaknnss
Invo'untary Emissions sexual D -bility and Imped,
imcnts to !1arriage generally. Nervousness Con
sumption. Epilepsy, and FiU ; Mental aad Physical
Incapacity, resulting from Self Abuse, sic. By Rob
ert J. CulverweU. M. D., auUor of th. 'Green Book,'
The world renowned anthor, la this admirabla Lec
ture, clearly proves from bis own experience, thai
the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effect
oally removed without Medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, booties, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at '
once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately and radically. This Lec
ture will prove a boon to thousands. Sent under
sea' lo any address in a plain envelop", on receipt
ot six cents or l we postage stamps. Also Or. Cul
vurwell's Marrige Guide. price U cent. Address,
CHAS. 8 C. KLINE CO..
127 Bowery. New York. F. O.box 4486.
. August 13. lr6.Iy P.sfc.C.