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DEMOCRAT AND STAR
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. "
Wednesday, October 3d, 1 866
' j, - . Valedictory.
Being extremely thankful for tho support
and favor which I have received from the
Democracy of this county in general, during
my short career a3 an editor, of the Demo
chat and otar, withtm3 l.-Kue I retire
from the position, 'which: FiH hereafter to
filled by my Tvorthy succesr, Josr.vn I
Shoian. R II. IKELEP..
The new Institute building, . at this
place, is bcrog rapidly put up.
JK2f The Junior Editor of this paper was
taken sick on Friday evening last, an at
present is. lying quite ill with fever.
Several new a.s well as old advertise
ments are crowded cut of our rarer this
S3-The "Democrat and'Star" has the
largest circulation, of any paper in this Cor.
gressiona District Advertisers will bear
this in mind. '
SSa-The "Old Guard" for October has
"been received. - It is a eatrital number. Its
political articles are of the best published in
- any of the States. - - '
Gen. W. II. Ent and Capt. C. B.
Brockway have been, during the past week,
making speeches in the counties of Bradford
and Sullivan, for Clymer, Elwell, and the
whole Democratic Ticket. , :
fJ Frank Leslie's Magazine or Gazette
of Fashion is on -our table for the .month of
October. 'It is well filled with handsome
illustrations .and choice . reaJinr. Xt " 13 a
valuable publication the best in market.
S2T uownei Joan u. rreeze auaresscu a
Democratic Meeting in Benton, on "Monday
ITS?" Mr. Little an editor I Well, well! It
is hoped he may not have as much trouble to
. get his productions read, as he has had to get
the people to hear him when on the str.mp.
"Now, don't you want to hear me? If you
don't, say so! I won't speak if you don't
give attention." Such were his sayings :
He move the people when he tries to speak,
For one by one, away they sneak.
JC Our younr townsmen, J. J. Bob
bins and Martin Houseknecht, have opened
a " New York Store," in this place. They
have a large, and well selected, stock of dry
- goods, which they offer to the public cheap
Ey Capt. Brockway is advertised to speak
before the "Club," in Snyder's ITall, at this
1 rt 1 rrrrt
place, on caiuraay evening next, luere
will be a good turn-out The Brass Band
will be in attendance. The ladies are re
27 Coming in subscribers tq the Dkv
ocrat and Star. We have, during the
past week, added quite a lanrc number of
new names to our subscription list. Of
course, there has been some 4 'discontinu
ances," principally brought about through
the influence of certain individuals, who, at
the proper time will receive our atten tion.
The Republican of this place i3 in
error, in speaking of John J. McIIenry,
the newly appointed Post Master at Benton,
this county, when it says the appointment
. was made to atone tor mt. Jiciicnry s in-
carceration in Fort Mifflin. The truth is,
Mr. McIIenry was never incarcerated in
Fort MiSlin ; but Mr. Hiram Everett, who
was an applicant for the same oScc, and a
long resident of the place, teas dragged eff
from his family, on account of Ids political
opinions, and incarcerated in that old,fdtliy
jbastile, Tcnoicn as Fort Mifflin !
Scared. The remarks ff the Radical
presses about the Philadelphia Convention
certainly indicate great dread on their part
of its effects on their party. The Conven
tion simply made an appeal to the good sen?e
and patriotism of the people. Is the appeal
founded in justice and a proper appreciation
of our political system ? If it is, it will hurt
nobody but those who want to steal power
for unlawful purposes. This latter class, like
the robbers of graves, are scared at the rust
ling of a leaf, or their own hideous shadows.
Editors Look Up. We are very much
gratified to see that the Democracy of the
old Keystone State, in many counties, arc
recognizing the claims of those who ptand
the brunt and heat of every political battle
wo mean the Editors of their newspapers.
As a proof of this wenotiee that J. Lawrence
Getz, of the Reading Gazette, is nominated
for Congress, in Berks county ; Levi L.
Tato, late of the Columbia Democrat is
nominated for the "Assembly, in Columbia
and Montour; B. F. Myers, of the Bedford
Gazette., is nominated for State Senator, in
the Bedford district ; II. C Heyser, of the
Valley Spirit, b nominated for Frothonotary
in Franklin county. This b as it should be
no set of men work harder for their party
ind get more abuse and less pay.
" A Democratic meeting was held in Main
ville on Tuseday evening of last week. It
was addressed by Gen. W. II. Ent, CoL L.
Xu Tate, and E. R. Ikeler, Esq.
On Wednesday afternoon last, theDemc
Ticy of Locust and adjoining townships, held
a meeting at Slabtown, which was well at
tended. Speeches were made by Cols. Tate
and Freeze, and Capt Chalfant and J oseph
II. Campbell, Esq,
. On Thursday evening last, a large and re
spectable meeting of the Democracy was
held at Germantown, in Convngham TovnT
ship, and was addressed by Col. Tate, Capt
Chalfant, and J. H. Campbell, Esq.
The Democracy of Centralia Borough and
the surrounding country, held a meeting on
Friday evening last It was well attended,
and presided over by our Democratic friend,
Joseph B. Kmttle, Esq. The addresses
were delivered by Hon. Charles R. Bucka
lew, E. R. Ikeler, Esq., and Capt. Brock-
On Saturday evening last, the " Demo
cratic Club," of this place, was addressed
by CoL Join? G. Freeze, in a lengthy and
argumentative ppeech. He made some very
strong point3 on the Radicals, making them
fjuirm in every comer within the sound of
To the Electors of Columbia and
Fellow Cthzens: Resuming the dis
cussion of the Representative question about
where' it was left last week, permit nic to
acain address vou upon the subject once
more before the General Election.
Everybody, I believe, admits that Colurn
bia county was shamefully dcfiauJed of her
rights on the Senator nomination (through
the Chaliant laction ot JJanviilo,) by viola
ted pledges and fair pronii.e, so that our
reflecting people became unwilling to further
trust, for the present, the Legislative power
of the entire District in their hand.-?, as has
been heretofore proven to a mathamatica
and political demonstration, and according
ly a large number of property-holder, and
old Democrats, requested the Standing Com
mittee and Representative Conferees to take
back the conditional or partial nomination
of. Mr. Chalfant. and nominate a Columbia
county candidate in his stead. This request
was made by a large number of our best citi
zens, whose names have heretofore been
published, and on a paper now before me,
not yet printed, arc about one hundred more
names, every one written by the signer,
among whom I notice John Dietterick, Eq. ,
Jacob Leiby, Elias Bogart, Michael Ohl,
A. Force, Samuel Ncyhard, Esq., Philip
Hess, David Stroup, Alfred .Miller, Reuben
Shuman, Daniel" Ncyhard, Tho?. Weaver,
John G. Jacoby, E.-q. Thi3 was the data
upon which the agents of the Democratic
party based their action, and made a nomi
nation for Representative.
The nomination thus made, was tendered
to, and accepted by, the undersigned. I
think I did right in taking it at their hands.
And I have yet to learn that in so doing
and submit it to othcr3 to prove, that it
makes mo neither a volunteer, a bolter, nor a
The Standing Committee have precedent
f )r the exercise of the power delegated to
thorn by theDemd'ratic County Convention,
and used it some year3 ago without let or
hindrance, when they nominated William
T. Shuman, Esq., for one of 'the County
Offices, and he was triumphantly elected.
Columbia county has example in the partial
nomination, years ago, of Hon. Geo. Scott,
to the Legislature, and he was elected. Gur
friends may now proudly point to the above
precedent and example, not only in vindica
tion of the truth of history, but as an entire
justification of their proceedings in this con
That our people have been outrageously
wronged, and their interests now in jeopardy,
is a self-evident fact; and hence, thrice
"armed is he who has his quarrel just."
It was stated in my last communication,
that Mr. Teter Ent, the defeated candidate
for Senator, with his confederates, was the
cause of the present difficulties among our
people. Need I adduce evidence of this
fact. I verily believe that Mr. Ent has not
lost one day, Sundays not excepted, since
the Democratic nomination of Columbia
county was made, that he has not been on
duty, limning through Bloomsburg and al
most everywhere through th county, even
in townships where at other times he did
not deem it proper or profitable to show his
'ace, deceiving the hone?t people, who
have ma le him all he ever was, and more
than he ever will again deserve or receive,
peddling the little "Campaign" document,
and button-holing tho.-o with whom he
comes in contact, anJ all in the interests
and service of the Dam iUc politicians. And
Fellow Democrats these unceasing ex
ertions and indeiatigaLie labors oi love on
the part of Mr. Ent, again-t your interests
and in favor cf the Chalfant junto and polit
ical cavillers f
I propose bricfiyto elucidate Mr. Ent's po-
ition in tho late Senatorial canvass, and ex
plain his present purpose in the Represent
ative e.ect ion. Li is special suartfiaiiciistinct-
aid, that Mr. Montgomery would vote
(in Conference) for any candidate Mr. Ent
required. These gentleman all went to work
in the Conference as my friends 1 Mr.
Ent doubtless had it arranged, that at the
proper time, the Montour Conferees should
vote for Sullivan county, and then Mr. Men-
comery drl vote as njr. Jnt required.
Thus has Mr. Ent fulfilled his part of the
contract with Sullivan and Montour. Hav
ing staved off from Columbia, the Senatorial
nomination for another three years, it will
then be Columbia's turn and Mr. Ent's time.
And then if he gets the nomination of Col
umbia, Montour and Sullhan owe him the
confirmation ; but, Mr. Democrat, if you or
again carry this county, we are to be de
feated and our county betrated. TIii3 is
Mr. Ent's mission, and this explains his ki
torcst in tho suc'cgs now of the Danville
Reprcsen ta t ire.
I submit, Fellow Democrats, whether we
are to control our own political aTair?, or
whether Mr. Ent is to rule or ruin old Co
lumbia. Has lie a life tenure on oEce ? Or?
are the offices for "him and his posterity
My Fellow Democrats, why all the ado we
hear about electing a Reprerentative for
ninety days to the State Legislature ? Why
have the xanvu.e poiueians ana tneir
agents in Bloomsburg and its surrounding?,
offered a large sum of money for a printing
'xes3 in Bloomsburg ; several hundred dol
lars and a thousand subscribers to the editor
of the Berwick Gazette, if he would support
the Danville candidate? "Why did Little and
Miller call upon Mr. Jacoby, in my pres
ence, and offer to pay largely if he would
print them a Danville Campaign paper, and
when that gentleman nobly refused to be
bribed or bought, a3 a last report the Dan
ville agents started the li Campaign" in
Bloomsburg. I ask, who pays the roast, and
why this immense expenditure of money anil
effort if the object only be to send an honest
Representative this Winter to Hanisburg ?
What does it mean? Look well to the con
duct of these Mlnnebagocs I Simon Is with
them. Let honest Democrats stand from
under. Several "of their leaders were last
Spring, laboring to defeat Clymer's nomina
tion, and who doubts now that they are try
ing to sell him out? Beware of the Inginsl
And.now, a word in conclusion, about the
Market Street question. The Litde-hsHL-fant
Danvillian3 have again revived the
Bloomsburg Market Street question, and
swear loudly that if I should be elected to
the Legislature, I will certainly widen Mar
ket Street, and that too, at the expense of
the tax-payers of Columbia County. And
in reply to all their speculations upon that
subject, including the assertion that Judge
Oakes once had a letter from me on the
matter, I need only say, that letters were
signed by myself, John G. Freeze and oth
ers, years ago, to Oakes and Jackson, but
never was it then thought or supposed by
either of us, or even the Members them
selves, until the bill had passed the House
of Representatives, that it was to be at the
expense of the tax-payers of Columbia
county. I defy the world to prove that 1
ever was in favor of having it done, at the
expense of the people, of whom I am one,
and would, of course, have had to pay my
share of an expense in which I never had
one cent of interest I have since served in
the Legislature and if so disposed, could
have attempted to perjure myself, injure my
friends and pay largely to help my enemies
to cheat the public.
I am also on record, over my own signa
ture, before and since, that it shall never bo
done at tho expense of the people, while I
live, whether in or out of the Legislature.
I therefore say, after this explanation of
the matter, that I ahcays have been opposed
Ito widening said Street, at thepvLlic expense,
and lie who again attempts to impugn my
honesty is either a knave or a FOOL.
Fiaally, People of Columbia and Montour,
when I go to the Legislature, it will be to
represent your interests again, as on a form
er occasion, with honesty and fidelity, to
maintain the integrity of the Union and the
support of the Constitutions of the State and
Nation in letter and spirit. ,
LEVI L. TATE.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 3, 18GG.
The Radical Doc. John party held -what
they called a Mix Meeting in this place on
Thursday last. Those lanre delegations that
were expected to come in, from nearly every
township, did not make their appearance.
The crowd was estimated, during the day,
at from two to three hundred. In the eve
ning the "Geary Club," from Danville, ar
rived upon a special train. This "Club''
was quite an acquisition, in joint of num
bers, to the meeting. The meeting was 01
ganized in Market Square, in the afternoon,
anu addressed by ueneral f airman, 01 jew
York, and Judse somebody, from J'hiladtl-
phial In the evening "V. V. Ketchuui, of
ViIkesb;irrc, harrangucd the crowd. He
entertained the wooly-heads to their general
satisfaction, upon issues chiefly foreign to
the campaicrn. ihe oil-lamps and Urass
Rand were the onlv objects of attraction be
longing to the whole affair. They reminded
us cf the " Wide-A wakes" that threw the
country in such a fever in 1SG0, when they
elec ted Lincoln, to inaugurate a bloody and
unnecessary war. This party caused tho
country a heap of trouble, and they are not
satisfied with what they have done, but de
sire to be kept m power, to further di?t urb
and distract the aflairs of our country. The
Radicals want to inaugurate another war, to
do which, they hardly know how. It they
should succeed in electing their nominees to
Congress, and thus hold a two-third vote,
the first step taken by them on convening,
will be to impeach Andrew Johnson. This
may be expected. Tho people should un
derstand this, and vote against the Radicals
fft every District. Mekcur would vote to
impeach the President!
A Rope ! A Kope !
This was the cry three years ago, and cer
tain Democrats, in whom we had more faith,
became weak-kneed ! They privately ex-
pre.icd deep indignation at the wrongs they
themselves, as well as their friends were
sneering, and vowed that they would wait
for, the day of vengeance. Rat where do
we 2nd these weak brethren now? With
;!iame be it sai 1, and it is in a spirit of deep
jumiliaticn that we say it, they are acting
with the ver' men who spit upon them in
that time of trial.
Democrats of Columbia, you who are true
to yourselves, and to the time-honored prin
ciples of your parti, and who never, no mat
ter how fierce may be the onslaughts upon
your party and your principle?, desert either
the one or the other, have nothing to do
with these truckling men ! Such men as
Iiiester Clymor, Judge K'well, Col. Levi L.
late, and others on the Democratic J icket,
who iirrrr ask'-d for the turning of Demo
cratic Club D'coxds, forf arthry might be
sent to Fort JItflin, are the men to be sup
ported in tins contest.
E LO 0 31 SF1 K G M A S K ET.
WHEAT, per bushel. 2 SO r.l.'TTER. - 41
itv c. i so ri;;s . . - s.j
niRV. 1 ifl j I'll TATOFS. . 50
BLVKWI!ET. 1 00 IP. ILD Ai'l'LES, 3 ul
t-X'M per bbl. It UU ! IIA MSS . . 2J
rJ.uVErtSi- KL), 5 5(11 IMCOV, - - . Hi
FLAX SF.r.t) . ?7l I HAY by the ton. 15 (.0
lil'i K'.VIIKAT Flntir 300 1 LRt, p. t lb 25
At his residence, in Danville, On Sunday
morning last, James G. Maxwell, aged 4-1
yaars and 8 months.
"In the midst of life we are in death. ' '
In Sugarloaf township, Columbia count,
on Thur&day, Sept. fth, ltT,5, Mrs. Mary
J. Kile, consort of the late William Kile, in
the 71st year of her age.
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elGventh annual exhibition
COLUMBf COUNTY AGRICULTURAL. HORTI
CULTURAL AM) MECHANICAL
to be helJ at
Bloomsburg, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, October 11,
12 and 13, I860.
The Board of Manager have determined to use
every ei rtion to make thin Fair wiinfactory an J
intereming an ponfiblc t all. anil the citizens of this
and adjacent countii-a are earnestly invited to alten- ,
and also to do all tliey can to make the quantity ana
quality tif tick nd articles fur exhibition the lar
gest and best. The pn-iiiiunts offered are more lib
eral than those i.f any previous year Hpecial at ten
tiou is culled to rule No ti, which will h positive.
F. P. DRINKER. t5.c'y.
' CLASS I. HORSES
Joshua R. lousier, Superintendent.
Bfgt pair draught horses,
2 J no do do do
do do carriage
do do do do
ito do mares,
do do do
do stallion over 3 years tJ
do d do do tin
do hr'ioil mar?, with co!t at her side, )
both owned hy tli! exhibitor,
do do do do
Itiing net ween . anu 4 years vm.
2 and 3
I and 2
horse tolt do
mare do. do
horse or mare coit under 10 inos' old, 3 no
2J do do do do do 2 00
pair Hintch cults und.'r 4 years old,
broken I" harness, 8 00
Exhibitors trader this Has will have their horses
on th; ground by lo o'clo. k on! Friday morning, at
which time the judi's will examine tiifin.
Jcdoss Joshua K Fowler. Scett ; t. M. Wardin,
Hemlock ; Joseph W. Ueese. (greenwood ; Aaron
Smith, Hemlock : Joshua Mendenhall, Franklin.
CLASS II CATTLE.
Johnson II. dialer, Superintendent.
Kest bull 3 years old and upward
do do do uo uo
do do between 2 and 3 years old,
do do do do do
do do do 1 and 2 do
ilo do . do do do
lo calf under 10 mrmtbs o'd,
do do do ilo riu
go cow 3 years old and upward,
do do do do ilo
do heifer between 2 and 3 years old,
do do tio do do
do calf under 10 months old.
Dvon Stoc k.
do bull 3 years old and upward.
do do do do do
ilo do between ! and 3 years old,
do "O do ilo do
ilo do do 1 and 2 do
do do do do do
do do calf under 10 months old,
ilo no do lo do
do cow 3 years old and upw ard,
ilo do do ilo oo
do ht'.l'cr bt twee n 2 and 3 years old,
do dn do do ito
do do calf under 10 months old,
do bull 3 year it old and upward.
i!o do do do do
do do between 2 and 3 years old,
do do do dn do
tin do do 1 and 2 do
ilo do dd do do
do i all' under 10 months olil,
o do -o di do
ilo cow 3 years ol.l anJ upw ard,
do do no do do
do he-iftr between 2 and 3 years oil,
do do do -do do
do call under 10 months old,
do Lull 3 years ohl and upward,
da do do do do
do do between 2 aud 3 vca'l old,
do do do do do
do do d ' 1 and 2
do do do do do
do do cn!f tinder 10 months old,
d do do do do
d o cow 3 yturs d-l anJ upward,
do do do do do
do beilcr between 2 and 3 yars oi l,
do do do do do
do tio calf under 10 months old.
do bull 2 year old and upward,
d do do do do
do do between I and 2 years old,
do do d ilo iO
do calf under 10 ti. until olj.
do do do do do
lo cow 3 years old aud upward,
do ilo ilo da - do
do beilcr between - and 3 years old,
do r!o do do do
lio do call urdei 10 tiinnltii,
Oxen and Steeri.
do yoke 't rxeii, ownd and worked by
4 t II
do do do do
yoke cf steors between 1 and 3 years
do no no uo
Eihihitrtra will have their ftoeic rea.iy tor ine
judges tj examine by 10 o'clock A. M. on 1 rnl.iy
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JLnuks Jeunson n . H'lfr, un eu"u ,
Hart ilia II. I eiulock ; I li .wendenliall. Ilenton ; U. 11,
Fowler, Centre ; Henry llolling'hajd. Catawuo.
Rllha Dayman, Superintendent.
Test boar. S o
do brood gow.
sow and ptes ( or more,
lot of 3 or more pi2s under 8 w'ks old,
1o do do do do
lut slock hogs (3 or more.)
do do do
Ji-dcks Lliha llayman, fireenwood : William Ohl.
Hemlock : Andrew Ir reas. Centre
CLASS IV.- PIIEEP.
Joseph Scattcrgood, Superintendent.
Fine o jI,
Mi tdle Wool.
9 4 no
Jriiua--J''s?.f. Prn'tersooil rne . Ahle 1 lio.na s,
Latawica ; L'aaicl Si.nnnon, Creenwood.
CLAS5 V. 1'OL'LTRV.
Thomas Dalhnan, Superintendent.
Best and largest -display of poultry.
do do io do
pair chickens, male and f;ii!ale.
n ni In rtiikf ilinlav r.f tain rie"ons.
J-hoe Thouins Oalliuan, fcott ; John M, B irtou
Biooui ; William Webber. Hemlock.
CLASS VI CHAIN AND SEEliS.
. JosejJi Masters, Suerintcndent.
Test half bushel clover seed,
do do .do do
do do timethy do
do do do do
do bushel T '-d wheat,
do do white do
do do rye
do do buckwheat.
do half Latihel Gourd seed corn,
da do yellow. do
do do smoke. do
do dy flaxseed.
I 5 .
do bushel oats.
Jt-pcEs Joseph Maeters. TIadion ;!ichael Vance
Orince ; Samuel Ale. Hemlock; Clinton M endc-uhall
Franklin ; Joseph Hendershot, t;ljm.
CLASS VII. VLGETABLE3.
Henry Zuppinger, Superintendent.
B"st bu;hel Tfince Albert potatoes.
half bushel early Goodrich seedling
half b i?he sweet potatoes,
bushel field turnips,
do ruta nava,
hall-bushel sugar beets.
do mangold wuitzel,
half-doaen vegetable oyster (salsify. )l no
peck tomatoes. 1,0
3 heads cabtiape, J "
3 bunches celery. 0,
4 epg plants. J "v
2 qiiaus lima bcar.9. 1 '
2 do Carolina 1 oo
2 do sou?, J 00
2 squashes. 00
ti fielil numnkins. ' Vfi
Jcdgcs llenrr Zunpincer. Bloom ; John Gordoo,
Catawisia ; J. Harvey Creveling, Scott.
CLASS VIII. HOUSEHOLD MANUFACTURES.
William Scituylcr, Superintendent.
Best t yards flinnel.
do 10 do do -
do 5 do woolen cloth,
do 10 do carpet,
do 10 do do
4e 10 o 4!ain liaca.
do home-made table-cloth.
Jtjpots William Schuyler. Hcntt : Mary A. Wilson.
Madison ; Mis. Jo-eph P. Conner. Centra ; rs. Hi.
ram Keeder, Catawissa ; Mrs. Caleb fcarlon Plo nu.
CLAS- IX. DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.
Lloyd l'axton, Superintendent.
. EpsI loaf bread, $1
do pound cake 5o
do sjineer do 5o
do sample preservea 5o
u do fruit i -llv 50
do tomato preserves
do rueumb-r pickles
da pickles of any other kind
do apple butter
do peach do
do plum . do
do gallon sorghum
do cured nam
rn h..u.r. nnt less than 3 ptunds I no
2J do do do do So
do sample sausage
da apple pie "i
do hard soap
JtDOES-l.lovd raxton, Montour; ac"ei c-.
Greenwood ; Mrs. Conrad Hitten!end--r ; Bloom ; Mrs.
Margaret tvarner Uenton ; Mrs. E. P Lu i, Biooin.
CLAS- X.-FANCY ARTICLES AND Fl.OWERS.
Charts S. Foiclcr, Superintendent.
Pen knitshnwl, $
l 0 1
do 10 do diaper,
r!o knit wool stockings,
do do do mittens,
do do cotton stockings,
do borne mado shirt,
do rolton quilt,
2d do do dn
do pair wool blankets,
do do linen sheets.
do do sh'll do
do do burr do
do do leather do
di do hair do
do do wax do
do do drawine,
do do painting,
do silk en.brcidery,
do worat'd do '
do cotton do
do worsted mat,
do cotton do
lo knit Po!iIi hoot,
do worked slir.pcr.
do fanrv pincushion.
do head rires.
do display of mos painting,
do collection ri.ihlin.
do artificial flower,
do lioii-e plants in bloom,
do dried erass.
do do flowers.
do variety flowers.
do sneeimen penmanship.
JrnriFS Charles Fowler. Kspy; Vim Sue Fyer.
Cntawin; Mrs. V.. M. Warrtjn, Hemlock; Miss
Maecie M. Sands. Mt. Plasant.
CLASS XI.-FLOl'K. STOVRS. TINWARE, AND
John Beits, Superintendent. ,
Best 50 pound wheat fliur,
Jo 50 do b'kwh't do
do 50 do rye do
do 50 do corn mcn1.
do rnokins stove Willi fixtures,
do parlor do do
, 2 no
do set artiffriril teeth.
Ji nces-John lttts. Ilemlnrk; C. D. Fowler, ,Uer
nick; Elijah B.. Ikeler. Olomn.
CLAPS X 1 1. A G R ICI I.TI'R AT. IMPLEMENTS
Sylvester Fursef, Superintendent.
Best p'oulh for ceneral use, $1 "0
do corn plouch. 1 "
do corn planter, 2 00
do tlireflitTfr machine, 2 00
do reap-r and mower combined, 2 00
do fanning mill. - ,IU
do horse h.iv f -rk, 2 t'U
do corn sheilcr. 2 00
do erain drill. " ,M
do firm wasmi. 2 00
do straw or fodder cutter, 2 00
do hore rake. . 1 0
do portable elder mill and prei, 1 00
do sled 1 no
do clothes wrincer, I
do wafhinjr ma liine, 1 00
do sausatje do 1 ,r"
do clever huller, I Oil
do churn. 1
do v iicflur tt"W, 5'1
do ro'ler, 50
Jctm-.ts - Sylvester Tursel, Hemlock ; Levi A. Hutch
ison. Centre ; Comehus Hclla. Oranse.
CLASS yn -VEHICLES.
Jacob G'Trard, Sujicrintcndcnt.
Best f-imi'y carriage, 9- r"
do top hussy, 2 0
do op. n do 2 00
do slciuh. 2 00
ilo sulky. 2 OU
Jl'poes Jaccb Gerrard. Greenwood; Gor; Cav
enee, Mt. l'!e;tant ; Jerry Sceshoiiz. lii?rwick.
CLASS XIV -BEES AND CEEIIIVES.
WiU'a:n F. A' Ibr, Superintendent.
Best swarm cf bee. ?2 00
2J do do do 1 00
do simp!'1 live pounds of honey, t ''0
do beehive, I 00
Jt-nnKS - Uiilia:n F. Keller. Mifflin Iliram J.Rced
cr. Franklin ; John llai'tz, Jsckson,
CLA3 XV. WINES AND LiaUORS,
Iliram 1). Apple man, Supcrialendrnf.
Li:st Ti.irt o -urranl vine, ?1 00
do do hl'kberry do I O't
!o lio r'ai"". U "'1
do do cherry. I "0
do do rve whiskey, 1 r,t)
lo do coi'T viiifnar.1 I no
Jcdoks Hiram 1) Applei,:an. Hemlock; Dr. D.nid
Moritauii.ery. Mit'lin ; 1.1 wood Huzhes. Cei ire.
CLAS- XVI -CA P.I NETWARE, TANNI-RS !tOE
MAKER'S, TAILOR'S. I'OITKRS AND CRICK-
William T. Shuman, Superintendent.
r.r.l bureau. J2 oo
do drevsmi; stand. I
do display cal.in- t wrirc, 2
do set Windsor chairs, 1
do spi ins-seat chairs, I
do rockniij chair, '
do SI Itee, 1
!o best mnile s'lit of clot.'ies,
do half il' . 'ii uroi.mH,
do set sinl'? hiirnefS,
do do double do
do two sidles sole leethcr,
do do' do kip.
do do :o .. If .kins,
do pair cilf hooiij,
uo do k'i,
do l'"l eartuenware.
do sat" pie hric V, '
li-pcts - W. T. Shiitiisn, Main; 1! I- Gearliart.
(,'rt ii v...: ; tV. II. Il lti. li. I.o'iist; J .0 i F. Ihilcli
isn, 1-'liiiijcreek ; Miles S. Wjliiains, Or:ue.
CLASS XVII. FRUIT.
F. B. Yunuc-j izipcrintcndcnt.
E.st 1 bushel Tompnins County kin's
apples, $: no
do do do Rhode Inland grecnie do I oo
do do do f.nlfti water do I o
ilo do do Bravens-t-in ' ""
do do do b tll win do ) oo
do do do hultliardson nonsuch uo I oo
do do do liellfl iwer do 1 oo
do display ol apples, 2oo
2d do do lo 00
.In .1,1 n.ars. 2 oo
2d do do do
ilo do peaihts.
do dozen ('liiiccs,
2J do do do
do 5 clusters grapes,
do display do do
2d i!o no do do
do 5 clusterscrevc'ins.
do 5 do concord do
do 5 do disna do
do 5 do delawnres d i
do 5 do iat-lla do
do lot of fox "rap.-,
do display raspberries,
do sample Urii.il nppl 'S,
.in do do Ilt'a!l'S.
do do do iherriti, Btoned and un
Honed. Ji dofs r. B Wenm r. linarcreck ; Aaron Kester.
Mourn I'lcasaiit; William F. Leidy. Hemlock; John
G..Uuick, Montour ; Frank P. Eves. Greenwood.
CLASS XVIIL TRIAL OF HOUSES.
Cest tro'tin; horse, mare or geldinjr, 5Ioo oo
(Entrance l"-e. $14.)
If l. ss than four horses are entered, for earh horse
lessitian lour $lj shall bs deducted fr cm the pre
Best trotting horse, m ire or geldiaj. l$"o oo
(Kutranre fee. ?lo )
If less than f Mir horses are entered, for each horse
less than f iur $!o shall be deducted from ine pre
mium olio red.
Rest trottinir hoM. mare, or gelding, 5-5 oo
(Entrance fee, $1 )
If less than four Horses are entered, for eirh horse
less than (our $.1 shall be deducted from the pre
No premiums will hi awarded for any of the ibove
three trots if less than two horses appear to cmuptlc
f.T the premium.
Mile h.;ats. in harness best out of tl ree,
Ji'DE-(,'onra't Kramer. tadion; Joseph O. Win-terkU-eu,
.Vittiin; amlel Kostenliauiier. Catawissa.
CLASS XIX -FOOT-RACING.
Best run once round coirse, 4
2d do do do do 4 oo
(Fntrance fee. 50 cents.!
If less than three persons enter for the run no Pre
mium will be awarded.
Ji'dges - Iram Derr. Jackson ; E. G. Ricketls, Or
ange ; Isaac U. l'ursel, Hemlock,
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
(Article third of the constitution requires persons
ta pay to the Association one dollar to constitute
membership The practice hi retofore has been to buy
ticketsoa Fair days, and have names recorded at the
Fib st, Every person having art icier for exhibition
or competition, must become a member of the Asso
ciation before entering them.
Secohd. Minora can become member! or exhibitors
when their parents are members.
Thisd. The field of competition is open to all per.
sons from other counties and ftates can become ex
hibitors upon the lame terms as citizen of this
Fourth. AH article off 'red for competition must
b owned by the competitor. Fruit, vegetables,
flowers, fcc,, must be Ihe growth of tho competitor,
and ail manufactured articles must be made by the
Firm. All stock entered mast be what represented,
or premiums will be forfeited.
t-ixTH. All article for exhibition or competition
must be entered by 5 o'clock r M . Thursday the 11th
an.l except in impossible cases, be on the ground at
that time, nnd remain there until 5 o'eloch T. n, of
Iriday the 12th. when they will be at the disposal of
the exbibtturs. r
Skvkstm stands for the sale of refreshment can
be obi ui ued by application to the Secretary or to a F.
Liuhth. No lirense w ill bo granted stands that sell
spiritous and malt lienors
Judges appointed to examine thi different classes
w ill cooler a favor on the Association hy calling at
the Secretary' office early on Friiay inurniog, to
obtain their instructions.
Tickets to lh Fair can be obtained at the different
ttor-s before the Fuir, or Mt tin ticket ofhee during
Fair days. JOSEPH P. CONNLK. Pres t.
F. I. 1-imxittR, Sec'y.
Sept. 1U. I ii,0.
WHEREAS by the Laws of this Common wealth it
is made the duty ( the SlieriflT or every county
to pive not ice of the Cener;.! Elections, hy publica
tions in one or more newspapers of the county, at
leat twenty days before, tk"! election, and to enumer
ate therein (he otlicers to bo elected and to dusinjte
the place at which tie; election is to be held.
Therefore. I SAMUEL SNYDER. II icli Sheriff of
Columbia Coiiuly. do hereby m ike knon and pro
claim 10 the qualified electors of Co umlua County
that a General Election will Iw held on TUESDAY.
THE a 1 11 DAY OF OCTOilEll. l-iit(heiiig the second.
'J'usday a,d ",onl" ) ut tue several dintricl
within ihe county, to wit :
Ceaver township, at th'.- public house of Christian
Shiimin c Son.
lUMiton tuwnsliip, at the public house of John J.
Stiles, in the town of Kenton.
iiloom township, at the Court jllouse, in Rlooins
b,,Horough Berwick, at the Town Housi. in the Uor-
""llor'ough Centralia, at the public houau of KeuVn
Unarcreek township, at the Public School houe.
near Cvansville. ... , ,,
Catawissa township, at the public house of Henry
J. Clark, in the Town of Catawissa.
Centre township, at lui (school House near Lafa
yette Creasy'. . ,
Conynehatii township, at the house. cf Daniel r.
KishmucreHk township, at the public house former
ly kept by lieojainin Alcllen;y on Ills State Koad.
Krankliii towiibhip. at Clayton's Scho.d House.
Greenwood township, at tue house of Jus.ph R
Heuilock town-hip. at the public house of John
llartin.-in, in the town of Uuckhnrn.
Jackson township, at the houser.r Ez'rki ! Col..,
Loc ist township, at the public li.ju.o ol David Yea
ger, in Slnbtnwn.
Mitfiin township, nt the pulilic hous;: of John Kil
ler, in the town ot Milllmville.
M adison tow n-liip. ui the public house of Samuel
Runny, in J erseytow n.
Ml. J'ie.nuni lownsliip, at the public house lately
kept by Tliomas Jones.
Montour township, at the house of William Hol
linshead. Maui township, at the public house of Aaron Hess.
Koailngcrei k township, nt ihe lions; formerly oc
cupied by George IV. Dr eisl'arli
Orange tow imhip. at the public house of Jacob
1'uie township, at the Centre Pchool House, the
new place just (ixed by vole of the citizens of said
Suyarloaf township at the house of A'iitas Cole,
fcciill town.-l.ip at the pub ic house of Israel Mmiii
my. in E.;ty.
Ai which time and place the qualified elector will
elect by ballot tho fallowing Stale, Jutii-.iary, aud
C'ouuty otlicers, viz :
One person for Governor of the ComminweaHb of
Pennsylvania ; one person for Member of Congress ;
one per-on for Siat r-enatar ; one person for Kern
lier ol Assembly ; two persons for Associate Judaea
of ill Courts of Columbia County ; one person iur
I'rottioi.dtary and t lerK of the Courts ; one person
(or Kegister and Recorder ; one person for County
Commissioner ; and one person for County Auditnr.
Ills turiher liirert -d that the election polls of the
veral dislrieiH shall be opened between the hours
t( H and 10 o'clock in the f ireuoon, an.l thill continue
upeii h ilhout iiiierrup: ion an I attjoiirnoicnt unul 7
o'clock in the eveuiu when the polls shall be eloped.
It is furlher duecte.l that the meeting ol the return
Judges at the Court House, in lilnuiusourg. to make
out the General Election, shall be b.-l.l uu FRIDAY
'IliE 121'il DAY F UCTOliE . N r.X V.
The Return Judges of the Representative Distri.t.
composed ol the Counti es of Culonibia and Montour,
sh til meet at the Court Hnue. iu tllooiushurg, on
TUESDAY. Hi-? lihh day of October next, to make
out the returns for .lieuitier nf Assembjv,
The i; .turn Juiaes of the lath S u it trial Dis trict,
composea of the counties of Columbia. Montour.
Norilniiiibetlatul and Sullivan, shall me-t at the
Court House, in D;uivi:le, on Tl'ICSM.AY, the loth
day i f Ot tuber next, to make out the returns for
The following Act of Assemb'y. repu'atinj the
mode of VHtin" in the Cominonweallh of reiinsylva
lua w as pa-Jft .1 .Varch lltth. Ifi.ii, and reaiislh'is:
Srrr'.os I. lie it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the Couimnn wealth of Fenn
rlva iia in General Assembly met. and it i nercby
eiiacttril by tho authoiiiy of tri-i same. That liw quali
fied voters ot lite several counties of tiiis cnminon
vra:lii. at all gem ral, township, bt.rmuli and special
ileciions ore hereby . hereafter, authorized ami re
quired to vole, by tickets, pi itr.eM, .or w ritten, or
partly printed and pa'ily written, severally classified
as foilnw : iie tn kel shall embrace the n RiucSkfjjf
all jiidses of courts voted lor, an. I to be labelled, out
i le, '-juiticiirv ;" one lickct shall embrace til mui'-s
of all slate ofticeri voied for, an I be labelled, 'state;'
one ticket shall embrace Hie na.u :s of all coutily nf-
lieers voted for. in.lutiing uthr.e of senator, m 'mlier.
ami niniiti' rs of asembly, if vol.-d for, and liieiitb r
f rotisress. if voted for. and he la'.ell" l "county ;"
one ticket shall embrace Hie names of ail towns! ip
itiicers voted for. ami be labelled, "townsh ip ; one
ticket fhall mbriici. lh:; nuni-s of all bornuli otiicers
v . te I fur. mi l be labelled, bornnitti ;' ' and each class
slialt be depo-itej in sept rate ballot boxes.
Si ninv 2. '1 h'.t it shall I"' th" duty of the sheriff',
ill the 8' veral count I s of tliis romoionwe liln. to i:i
seri intlieir lection proclamations hercafrler issued,
tlie tirsl section of tins act.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That every person excepting Justices of the Pea ce
who s!ia I hold "V flire or appointment of profit or
trust uiit'er the United Stales, or of tins State. or any
titv or c .rporate.l district, whether a commissioned
r or otherwise, a subordinate olfiter orag 'iil
w h.i is or shall b-: employed under the legislature,
ey. cutive or judiciary department of tiiis stale, or
nf any city or of any incorporate.! di-irnt. an. I also,
ili.it every iiuiiiber of ( onjress mol of tile Stale
Legislature, and of the s-lfit or comint n ciiimiI of
any t 'If. or r.'nimii.ioner of any incorporated dis
trict, i- l y law incapable ol liuliiing or exercising at
IlistiPii.tii.-! ( ::ic.- f-r appointment of jiiile. Inspector,
or Clerk of an election of tins Commonwealth, ami
that no In pector Ju.ti;.; or oilier oliicer of such lec
tion shall b. eliiMhlf 1.1 In; then voted lor.
"It finil lie the duty of the scy ral Assessors re
spectively to attL'inl a'l the pUce nf hol-iiue every
Ceneral, "special or township flection during the
whole time such i lecti on n k'-pl yeu, f.r lilt; pur
poPe ef e'vniC infor .nation lo tile inspectors and
Jut!";, when called in. in relation lo tile, rijlit of any
person assess d by them to vote at such elicu tll.
and on such other n.. -.iters in relation to the ass'ss
meiit of v Its, os the sai.l Inspectors or eilliir of
their rhail fr..ni time to lime require.
"N.. person shall be permuted to vote at any flee
tion as aforesaiil, than a white riuzen 'f ihe ap.T of
twenty niiuer more, who shail have resided in this
St.-.t .' at least oik, year, and in the election district
w nrre he on", rs lo Mc, ten days immediately pre
ceding such election, iind within two ears paid a
stale or County tax which thall have been assessed
nt least ten i!a before the ilectrui. hut a citiz-n
of the l.'nite.l States wlu has previously been a qua!
ifieu voter of tins Stale and removed iherttrom and
returned, and w ho shall have resided in the election
tiist'ict an 1 pai J tat s, as aferesaid . sha I be entitled
t vole alter restiling in this 5taie six mouths.
I'rovi led , That liie w hile freemen. ,shx.mi of the
United States, bi t.veen ine a;e of twenty-one and
iwt-iiiy iwo years who have resided in the election
tli-tiSh ti n days ns aforesaid sliuil be enlilicd to vole
ailhou"h they shall not have paid tax.
(.iv i o limit r u, y band, vt n.y oilice. in Cloomsburg,
this lith cay of September l.-ou.
SAMUEL SNYDER, ShtrifT.
September 12. 10G
LUMBEil ! LUMBER ! !
pilE RLOOMSIt URG EUMilERING CO Ml AW,
1 w otild resjicctfally inform the public that ih y
now in opfriiion with an extensive assortment 01
and are now prepared to sup.ply nil orders nt short
notice and at the lowest prices for cash, l'heir as
sortment ol lumber consists of
Wlsilc S'inc tMsiiik. Ko.inN.
E'loortii?, Nurlace 4.rl!,
idiisi Elcinlock i'laii?.
planed or tinplaned, to nut purchasei Frame Stuff.
Joice an,l Sci.nlli:.g of all sizes Their l laning Mill
an! l.i'inber Yard is sitoate t at the Railroad IJeDot.
v-ry cunvcmently for shippinc lu .nber bythe cargo.
They are constantly iiisnulactuiing lumber of all
kinds and pe rson who desire lumber of every de
scription will do well to examine their stock before
r urc .asms e'sewhere. They are determined and em
inently prepared to sell it cheap as the cheapest.
Tht yulfo di jre to inform the public, and especially
those w -"O w ish to purchase bitl-stulTthat they have
one Mill specially prepared to cut limber of almost
evsry size and length required. Tnose wishing lo
build or coctractoi fortuitding, can save money, by
rivine ua aM.
The uitdersisned would also announce that they
are prepared to do all kind of repairing of Machinery,
such as Threshing Machine Mowers. Keaper and
all kinds of agricultural implements, opoa reasona
Address . F. C. EVER, Sec'y.
Bloomsburg, Sept. W.lSCfl. Bloomsburg, Pa.
A Concentrated Fertilizer.
Especially adapted to WHEAT and otiiet
This preparation contain Pure C round Bona .and
the b" si Fertilizing Salts known to agricultural
chemistry. combiued in such a manner alto develop
their productive properties only when Used on the
nil. Price t' O Pe' For sale at the manufactur
No 724 MARKET STREET. Phlladelptai
B LOOMet'U Rl, Columhit County, Pa.
WILLIAM KLL1S $ CO , Mauu facturerl.
September 5, tt)L6.
Io OK here!
ALL those indebted to the undersigned either on
note or book account, of six month cr more standing ,
are hereby requested to make ett!i'uient without dd
lay. and save costs. B. C. SHIVE.
itloouisliurg, Sept. 1C, 1606. St.
UMPIRE SHUTTLE SEWING
Are superior to all other for
FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING PURPOSE.
Contain all the latest improvement are speedy
noiseless ; durable ; anil easy to work.
Illustrated Circular free. Agent wanted. Lib
eral discount allowed, tin consignments made.
duress t.nr ik& h. m, CO., tilt broad way, New
September 5. 18CC
-ly.-A. U Co.
S23. HOD? 5UJRTS, 623.
HOl'KIiVS 0 XVK HIKE."
New Fall Styles !
Are in every respect first cx.ss, and embrace a
co in i I i e nssnrtmtnt for Ladies. Misses, and Chil
dren, of the Niwest Styles, every Length and Size
of Vait .
OUR s KIRTfl , wherever known, are more aniver
sally popular than any others before the public They
retain their fhape better, are lighter, more els stic
more durable, and realy Crcapsr, than any other
Hoop Skirt in the mark el. The springs and fasten
iitg are warranted perfeit. Evert Lt shoU'd Tttt
'I'll em ! '1 liev are now being etteosively Hold by
Mene m nts thrnuchout the Cnuniry and at VVHOLE
HALK AND RETAIL., at Maauiactory aud Balea
No. AU'H street, below 7th, PHILAD'A.
Ask for 11 nl KIN S -own Kilt. , "buy no other!
CAIITIOV. None genuine unlos Stamped on
each Kid Pad "llopk in's Hoop Skirl Manufactory,
No iiiri Ar ch Street. I biladelphia "
Also, .'in s'Miuly on hand full line of New York
made e k iris, at very low price.
Tl.RMS V LT CASH. ONE PRICE ON LV
Auguit 2i. Ic:o0.4m. J. W.
ISS LIZZIE PETE UM AN,
" Would announce to the ladies of nionmsbar and
the publie generally, that she has just received Iroin
the easttru ci'ies her
.priitf; anu Jsu;i.j:jci
constating nf all article a usrally found in first etas
Millinery Stores. Her goods are of the best quality
and among the most handsome aud cheapest in the
nibrket. fall and examine them for yourselves.
Nobody should purchase elsewhere before eiaiuin -ing
Miss Fetermart's stock ot good Ilonne'. mad?
to order, on tho shortest notice, or repaired.
Store on iKa.n street. 3d d or below the store of
Bloomsburg, May 2, 1306.-tf.
"TEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
OVM.MVS1 X-FT, (NEARLY OPPOSITE
MILLER'S Si E,) BLOOM3U' .J, PA.
THE undersigned ha nt fltteJ and opened,
S'S'OTE A?JD '-i'i SHOP,
In this place, where he is prepared to make np new
TT WARE of all kinds in his line, and do repair
in, v h neatness and disp itch, upoiiNte most rea
son ' itpn, He also keeps on hand STOVES of
vam i 'terns and style, which he will sell upon
terms to Durcbaser.
Give In. na sll. He is a gooJ mechanic, and de
serving of i 'lb'ic patrouage.
Eloomsburg. , 1?",6. ly.
yy ILLIAM ROGERS,
Respectfully announced himesir to the publie a an
experienced WELL-MGGEll aud W ATER-S M ELL
Lit. Person desirous lo lenrn where water can be
easiest found, and oil w ho bsve wells to di. will
do w ell to emplov the undersigned. Contracts will
be taken by the f wl or by the day, to suit the em
WILLI AM ROGERS.
July 25. lCr.. ly.
All person knowing themselves indebted-to cith
er of the undersisned, on Hook, Note or Jil Igment,
are requested to make aymrnt w ithout delay if ihey
wou 1 1 save costs.
McKE'AT, XT.tlt At Co.,
Wu McKELVY &. Co.
August 2'J. lPfC tf.
DIJ CT R9.!'i'S'J
N0KT1I AND SOUTH,
Tnmugh hrtinen Baltimore and Rochester
Vi iUtorjl Ol.assjjc of Can,
ON and after Au;u-t Jtiti, l-cti, Tiain will leave
a lollowji :
PUFFALO FXPIt' S3 leaves faltnnore 10 !0. dai'v,
Phila ielphia 9 00 P M. Ilarrishurg i!,li5 A. M , deliv
ering asxengere at Noi thumberland. 4,5? A. Vt. for
train o:i Lackawanna and Hl Hioislmr lUil Road,
eaviug at ' 00 A. M. arrjving in Danville 7.40 A.M.
r.ltioinslmre f.-J A, .J. Kiuetuu lo.-id A. M, Scran
lou I ?.00 noon.
Mll. leaves Baltimore 9 23 A. M. daily, (exer
Siin'tays) I'lulaJelphia 10.10 A. M. Harri. bnre 2. MS
P. M . deliverint passengers at Northumberland 4 54
I. M. for train on '..nckatvanna and Moonshurg Rail
Road. Ieavi.: there at S.'JO P. M. arriving in lianvillq
GOO P. M. i-lonmsburg 45 P, M. Kingston 9 00 P. M .
Scra'iton 10.15 : prtcee)inff north and arriving in
Williauispnrt nt ti 3" P. M. '
FAST LINE, leaves Bait imore , daily ( excapt Pun
.l.iy.) 12 It l. 1. Phila'lelphia M noon. Hanisburg
4 1U I', M. Northuuiberl.iiid 6 41 P. M. re. nam over
iiit'bt. nnd lesve following noruing at 7.0'J, arriving
iu Scraniou I2.tm noon.
KXPRESS TRAIN, leaves Northumberland II 20
P.M. ih.i'y (except J-undays ) receiving passengers, .
leaving Scrantnn 4.40 P. M. Pittstnn 5,20 P. M. Kings
ton t i u P. M. Hlratui.'bur! H 07 P C amvinp in Phil-uiit-lpl
ia 7.00 A. M. Harrisbur; 2.30 A. M. Baltimore
7. no A M.
M AIL TRAIN, leaves Northumberland 10"6A.M.
daily, (sxeept Sundays) receiving passergnr leaving
i runt. in at 5 50 A. M. l'ition ofi.1 M Kingston
liji.V M. Llnouisburg S.U7 A. M. lianuill" 9 54 A. 1 ,
-Hi'i airiving in llai ri slier; 1,15 P. M. Philadelphia
55'P. M. Ilallimore ti M P. M.
I!y this route fright from PufTalo, Puspension
Bridge, Rochester aud t'snandaiCJ or any interme
diate point 'n New York Central can be shipped
througli, unt il in full car load to any point on thq
iaiKawaniia a id Bio imsnurg Kail Road, without
bre iking l.uiks 1! st 's ol freight aud Passenger fare
as low as 0) any oilier route
J, V Li!lrUY. E. P. YOrNfJ.
Geu'l Sup't, llarri.Uur?, Pa. G-n'l l'as, Agsnt,
ISAAC M. FCULOtl HIHORN,
Gen'IWestern Freight Agent, BuUal. N.I,
Sept .-niber, 1J, lcOii.
P AR .TERS I FARMERS 1 1
D.m't fail to use PHILLIPS' Fl.'PKR PnosPilATE
LI 1 E to enrich your lands and make large rrps of
C'an and grass. It in now extensively used in all
ill" leading aiMlcollural portions of the country and
without dispute or douhl is known to be the very
best ued. Itonntiins less moisture, is more uni
form in pa!ity, .'outains more acrirullural value,
than auy mier in the market. The U'id-reigned in
troduce il as a standard art icle, intending to make il
a permanent trade Its value ha been fully tested m
hi ie is coiinlv an J Ft. in Is unsurpassel by any other
article ver "introduced. Give it a trial, yo'i will ba
uleased bcyoaj measure w ith the results. Apply to
Aug ist M. 1?C6. Rnjwrt. Pa.
If you wish to live long and die happy, go without
INSURE YOUR LIFE
in the best Company in the world,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP
ITS CASH ASSETS ARE $15 000 000.
and itsaniwal dividend for the fis cal year of 165
amounts toVeventy-five per cent, on all participat
ing premiums, being the largest dividend -ver de
clared by any company for Ihe same length of time.
For further information apply to
JOHN G. FREEZE, Jgmt.
July 13. laffl. 3m. blonmsburg. Pa.
The subscriber having purchased the well estab
lish cd stand, k now n as
near Rohrsburg. Columbia County, and having put
the machinery ia first-rate repair, is prepared loda
in the best manner, and opon Ihe shortest notice.
Those favor inc Lini v. ith their custom may rely on
having their work well dunu.
HENRY IL BANDS.
Groen wood, June 0. 1366.