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UUHA'l A N D ST A li.
LOCAL DEPARTMEN L
Wednesday, October 24,1866.
XC3" Ws will thank our .readere for all local recur
rences in Iheir immediate localities. If tny io not
desire to write eomtnunir ation for the public eye.
let them aead i brief statement of everything of
iatert.at.in their respective coinuimitiea A li.l f
marriages, deaths, accidents. Area, Tumorals, busi
ness changes, Ac. V will put them in fnr.ti. The
mora facta of I III a kind we can set the better it will
uit hs and our readere. Who will tin it T
To AovsaTiaeaa. Per. ma winding advertise merit
Inserted. oiot hand them in early on Tuesday Eiorn-
in to jnaare their in.ertion for that wk
ANSWESS TO CORRESPONDENTS
J. You 'will win your bet. S i far as
heard, the official vote of the State does not
give U-eary the majority necessary to Bweep
Jour stake, nor will it reach that number.
Ie will not have much over 15,000 if he has
that. The Abolition party is gradually los
ing ground. Up ana at 'em ; they can't
stand the pressure much longer.
MlS3 M. jTour subscription to the Dem
ocrat and Star expires on the 7th ot N-
Tember next. We still have $2.00 in ad
R. L We intend publishing the list of
Premiums awarded at our late County Fair
just as soon aa vie arc furnished with a cojy
ot the list.
J. 13. S. Yra are right.- Negroes were
never authorized to vote in Pennsylvania by
Jaw ; and with our consent never will be au-
Attention is directed to the new ad
vertisements in to-day's paper.
SfC. C. Marr has just received new
The oil and crayon paintings of Paul
E. Wirt, a son of W. Wirt, K.sq., of our
town, attracted general attention.at our late
County Fair. The youth is aged about sev
enteen, and is evidently a genius of the first
order. . -
"'SET" Our friend and townsman, Tayid
-Lowenberq, is making up and turning out
some of the most handsome suits of cloth
. ingof the-season. Young men, if you have
any desire to be "dressed up," tip-top, and
make a genteel appearauce, leave your u. ens
ures with Davy.
J The best of stove catl i selling in
thi3 Market at $4.75 per ton.delivere I. This
is stiH rather steep, when we think of the
short distance to the mines and lhz ea-jy fa
cilities for shipping.
; The new Institute is progressing fine
ly. The brick-layers are at work putting up
the second story. So far as they have gone,
the work looks admirably welL It will be,
when completed, quite an ornament to the
By the Prospectus published in the
Campaign we are told that a weakly Demo
cratic news paper is soon to be staited in
this place. That is just what the parties in
terested in the matter will make of it a
treakly paper if they start one.
' X? James W. Chemberlin, of this p'are,
is sehing clothing very cheap. His article
are good, too, ana will pass mustjr .ih any
made .up in thU or any other section of c tin
try, London and Paris not excepted. His
stock is large. You arc bound to be suited,
if you'll only give hiin a call in the iiari
t&" A very destructive lire broke out in
Ashland on Sunday evening, the 14th inst
It is said to have exceeded in extent an in
jury the fire of April last. The loss in prop
erty is heavy ; and many families vrere.tu.rn
ed into the streets homeless, destitute of
clothing save what they wore upon their
WSS The Democrats of Nevr York are
touch more sanguine of electing Hoffman
Governor than they were a fortnight ago.
The Republicans are turningearth and heaven
almost to accomplish the re-election of Ff.n
. TON. We think the Democracy and Con
servatives of that State have got tha Radi
cals whipped this time.
Couxtt Papers. The interest of a
county paper is much enhanced by the pub
lication of home iu.-ui, but the labors of the
editor are generally such as to forbid his I e
ing round at all times to pick them up, and
if our readers will send us the particulars of
occurrences, with or without comment, of
sufficient interest to admit of publication,
they will be thankfully received.
EST There are several articles in the last
Campaign, to which we had thought to
pay some attention, but after mature con
sideration have concluded to pass them
by unnoticed. Their paper is made up
chiefly of personal attacks upon private in
dividuals, which can possibly be of no credit
to the parties connected with the paper or
work out any good to them.
BSyThose indebted to me on sub?cription
to the' Star of lite North, 'and for adver
tising, which have, mostly, been out-standing
for several years, will confer a favor upon
the undersigned by calling at the office of
the Democrat and Stab and settling the
same. I am desirous of having all my old
account! settled up between this and the
first of December next
"W. IT. Jacobt.
itST Teachers op Columbia County
Ixe respectfully requested to meet in the
Academy at Bloomsburg, on Saturday the
2d day of November next, at 1 o'clock p. m.,
the purpose of organizing a County As
kcLition, with the view of holding a County
Institute the coming Winter. Lit every
Teacher urge a large attendance.
Chas. Ot Barklet, Co. Supt.
JCSrMr. V. S. Doebleo, of William
tport, died, suddenly, at his residence, on
Wednesday evening cf last week, after an
illne of oaly a few Lours. He was one
of the nioet enterpri-ing of men ; just in
the prime of life ; and for peveral years one
fcf the proprietors cf the, U. S. Hotel of
that place. His family loses a kind parent,
and the community one oi its most ener
getic and prosperous citizens, lie wa3 the
oliost .son cf Mr. Charles Dozbi.es, of
2iia towa, asd aje3 tbaus ii years.
3 We won! J direct the at tention of all
those who desire to buy valuable real estate,
to" the advertisement in another column of
oiir paper, offering several .desirable. tract3
of land for sale, titnatc in Sugarloaf Town
fchip, Columbia County, belonging to the.
estate of Samuel Kitchen, deceased, which
will be disposed of on the 24th of Novem
ber next. James W. Kitchen is acting as
Agent for the heirs.
B?fi- Little, in his Campaign, hai repea'
cd charged upon the Democrat and Sx.ut
office the printing of. the Republican tickcl
with Tate's name in it. We have simply to
say to him or any man who is mean enough to
charge us with the like, that we never prin
ted a Republican or Abolition Ticket in our
office, nor never made any arrangements to
that-effe'et, and any man who will circulate
such a report is a LI All AND THE TRUTH
IS NOT IN HIM.
tfzr Protecting the to?s of children'
shoes from wear by Metal Tips, hns proved
a most important and useful invention. But
until lately a great mistake has been made
in applying them chiefly to the coarser
entiles of shoes. For the higher the cost of
the shoe the more there is saved by protect
ing the toe from wear, which can only be
done by a Metal-Tip. Genteel Metal-Tipped
shoes are now being mad and are worn
by the best families in the city. Manufac
turers could not h;ive conferred a greater
public favor than by supplying this great
want. Boston Journal.
Fatal Accident. On Saturday after
noon last, between the hours of four and five
o'clock, Miss Sarah Catharine Dodge,
for several yca.-s a member of the family of
M. C. Woodward, of this place, met with
an accident, which proved fatal tho Sunday
evening following, while out gathering burs
and moss in a strip of wood near the town.
This strip of wood-land is situated north
west of town, on the south side of Fishing
creek, and at some points forming a preci
pice of several hundred feet. The particu
lars of the sad accident, as near as we can
gather them, are as follows : Miss Doge, in
c ui any with a young girl, went to this
wood to make a collection of burs, moss,
Lc., for the purpose of forming thorn into
bx-.ket-work, and after having gathered a
good supply, Miss Dodge discovered one
bunch more of fine, moss, situated upon a
piece of timber, near the edge of a preci
pice, when she remarked that she would pro
cure " that bunch and then go home ;" and
whila in the act of getting it, her foot-hold
gave way, precipitating her over a ledge of
rocks some forty-seven feet, (twenty-five foot
or more Ixnng perpendicular) into the road
running along this wood and ledge of rocks.
The little girl, which was with her upon the
top of the rocks, immediately gave the alarm,
when those of our citizens who live near by,
proceeded to the spot, and found the unfor
tunate girl lying, bruised, mangled, welter
ing in blood, and insensible, in which state
she remained to her last. Shi was a line, in
telligent girl, much beloved by all who knew
her, and in the sixteenth year cf her ag?.
This is a sad warning to others not be too
venturesome, and thus place their lives in
jeopardy, though they see something that
suits their fancy. She was buried in the
Cemetery, at this place, oa Monday after
noon last ; and a large concourse of people
followed Ler remains to their last resting
To ttte Pcblic: I have not been in
the habit of advertising my business, altho'
uiy card has apieareu in the public pa Tiers ;
the la.t in tlu Columbian, the publishers of
which were kind enoutrh to insert it for a
time gratuitously, and without my solicita
tion. I now deem it necessary', in view of the
manner in which my name 1hs been brought
before the public, for the purpose of casting
odium upon me, in the paper published Ly
Mr. h. II. Little, called the Campaign, to
announce that my law office is over Mr.
Miller . btore, (steps outside.) when I shall
be happy to meet such persons as may be
willing to favor me with their - patn mage.
What Mr. Little's object was in nuking use
of his paper to injure me with my friends U
a profound mystery tome, although 1 have
made it a subject ot much consideration.
I neither hold nor aspire to any public station,
and "my policy" has heretofore bfen to
pursue the even tenor of my way. and let
my neighbors alone. It is true Mr. Little
and I pursue the same vocation, but it would
hardly be reasonable to suppose that he is
mean enough to attempt to injure me in my
business and thus proportionately increase
his own. On the other hand, he certainly
could have had no public good in view, a
my relations with the community are of
entirely a private nature. Mr. Little, as
a neighbor knows that I have seveial young
children to support and ediu-at?, and that
this must be done by my own labor ; and
this might have restrained him from attack
ing a private individual. The community
knows that Ac has considerable wt aith, (nor,
however, acquired by the practkc of the
law I believe, for Lawyers do not get rich
very rapidly in Columbia County,) and this
might have made him generous. Certain ol
my friends know the falsity of that whereof
he speaks, but the matter is not of interest
to the public.
Office hours from 9 A. 31. to 5. P. M.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 24, 1SC6 4t.
The Congressional Return Judges for this
District met, in Tunkhanuock, on Thursday
of last week, and announced tha vote on
Congress as follows :
...... 1, .050
Accidental Suootino. Michael Can-
fi iM mortally wounded himself atCentralia,
on ednesday night, under the following
circumstances, as we learn them : He Lad
committed some depredation for which an
effort was being made to arrest him ; he took
refuge in a Louse, being armed with revol
ver and gun, defyed those outside to take
him. He so oa retreated from the house to
the woo Is, where he fell, causing an acci
dental discharge ofAe gun. 'ihe li:l!ct
passed through the breast bone and lodged
in th'3 body. At last accounts he was in a
critical cadiUoB, JjAian J Urocai; . .
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For the Democrat and Star.
Senator Montgomery's Letter.
Messrs. Jacoby tt Shuman Gentlemen :
With your permission I beg space in your
Journal, for a brief reply to the communi
cation in your last issue, signed David B.
Montgomery. In anything I have hereto
fore written, oMnay hereafter Write, on the
subject of the late Senatorial Conference, it
has not been, nor shall it now be, in any
spirit of unkindness to Mr. Montgomery,
and if his course in the premises was zs fair
as he represents it to have been, I cannot
see the necessity of all the acrimony infused
in his letter. It has always been my aim to
stand upon the record, to deal with facts,
call things by their proper names, and re
ligiously maintain the truth of history.
Mr. Montgomery takes exception 'to the
sentence in one of my late communications,
in which it was stated that, he "would vote
fr any candidate Mr. Knt required." Mr.
Knt, everybody knows, after fiiiing to get
the noniina'ioti himself, desired it to fall up
on the candidate from Sullivan, in pursuance
of a pre-concocted arrangement, in order
that he might be his successor, aided the
Montour Conferees in making said nomina
tion, and that explains his zeal, as lately
evinced in behalf of the success of the Dan
ville Representative. I repeat, it was part
of the bargain and sale by a few corrupt
politicians of Colombia and Montour, by
which Mr. Ent may win office the next time,
even at the expensatof the interest and hon
or of the Democracy of Columbia. I hap
pen to know that Mr. Ent desired the nom
ination of Mr. Jackson, and that the vote
of Mr. Montgomery sealed his nomination.
And no sophistry on the part of any of these
gentlemen, can change the facts in the case,
as they appear upon the record.
I have not imputed corrupt or improper
motives to the action of Mr. Montgomery.
Nor would I ri.-k my reputation, as a man
of honor, by exculpating the Montour Con
ferees from such imputation. It is known
that Dr. Hakes, Daniel Seybert, Charles
Conner, and other wiry politicians, were at
the Conference, working against the nom
ination of the Columbia County candidate,
and that thousands of dollars were freely
Offered. The question is, who got the mon
eyf Mr. Montgomery says he voted 117 times,
in Conference, for my nomination as Sena
tor. For these acts of kindness he has my
sincere thanks. But he should not forget,
that it was ultimately 7 vote, that deprived
Columbia of the Senator. That is one fact,
which no argument or ingenuity can gain
say. Another fact is, that the Northum
berland County Democrat, the week before
the Conference Meeting, said: "We are
pleased to learn, that the Democracy of
Columbia County, have nominated the Hon.
Levi L. Tate, for State Senator. The
Conferees of this (Northumlcrland) County
are instructed to support Mr. Tate's nomi
nation." What say you to that, Mr. Mont
gomery? Is it "implicating" you, in the
settling of my "personal difficulties"? Did
tbe organ of the Democracy of your county
tell tLo truth, and if so, did you violate your
"instructions?" Very resjiectfullv,
LEVI L. TATE.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 20, 1S66.
The cfHoial vote in the four counties which
compose this Senatorial District shows a ma
jority for George 1). Jackson over his op
ponent, AJex. J. Frich, of two thousand
nine hundred and forty-eight (2.94S.) Mr.
Jackson received the full party vote in a'l
of the four counties. He increased his vote
as well as h:s majority in his own county,
which is good evidence of the high regard
and esteem his people at home have for him.
This, Columbia County, gives him sixteen
hundred and fifty-five (1C55) majoritj-, over
twice that of any other county in the Dis
trict. SOT" How sclfi-h son.e people can be !
Little, in his !a-t C mnpaign, claims that
Chaiiaiit was hit candidate for Ansemb'y.
In the la-t issue cf the I)i .ix-rat and
Star, we soke of "our" candidate f -r As
sembly meaning the Democratic candidate,
of course having no opposition, when we
were immediately "picked up", and told that
he was not "oar" candidate, but the candi
date of the Campaign ! We thought Chal
fant, after Tate had withdrawn, was as much
"our" candidate as Mr. Little's, or in other
words, the candidate of the Democracy,
lie toted for him, and that is about ail that
the Editor of the Campaign can Loast of.
We don't boa.-t of it. As to our contribu
ting to Mr. ill well's majority, we have only
to say, that we wrote more editoria's, spent
more time and money for his success, than
half the men put together connected with
the campaign paper. Yet the fool sees a
Democratic 31 embers of the Lecisla
iui'.e from Philadelphia. The following
are the names of the Democratic members
of the Legislature elected from Phikdel
Senator General Wm. 31'CandIcss.
Assemblymen William S. Gregory, Sam
uel Josephs, Wm. B. Hood, George A.
Quigley, Michael 3Iul!in.
This is a gain of the Senator and two
The Loss of the Evening Star. The
entire country is mourning that terrible dis
aster the shipwreck of the Evening Star,
1 y which over three hundred persons were
lost. Of the passengers and crew but six
teen are knon tohavebeen saved. Among
the lost was an opera troupe cf fifty-nine
singers and a circus company of thirty pei
sons. ARRESTED. Benjamin Snyder, Judge,
and Daniel Hile, Inspector of the Election,
Board of the middle ward, Ashland, were
last week arrested and each held to bad in
the sum of eight hundred dollars for their
appearance at the next term of eonrt, on the
charge of iclusing to receive the vote of An
drew Duiliii, on the grounds of his ling a
ueseir. We ondcittand that a civil suit is
about Icing instituted against the parties ior
damages. Ashland Advocate,
Indiana. -In this State the Pcmccrary
have pained one Congressman. They have
elected two out of the eleven. TLe fourth
district elected Hohrn, who u a cain.
MARR IK D .
Aln At. lllA K.1TT1A tllllA nnil Ti1nr- Air
jleury A. Fullmer, of Fishing Creek Town
ship, to Miss Harriett A. Force, of Orange
Township, Columbia County.
On the 18th inst., at the residence of the
bride's father by Elder J. J. Harvey, 31 r.
William L. -Manning, and Mrs. Mary W.
Parker, ah of Jackson, Columbia County.
On the same day. Ly the same, at the res
idence of the bride .slather, 3Ir. George W.
Derr, to 31 iss Elizabeth F. Lawton, all of
Greenwood, Columbia County.
On the 10th inst. by Rev. J. P. Tustin.
Henry Shipton, to Catharine Witt", bothol
In OrafigsviFe on the 1 1th in t, by Rev.
W. O. 1 lesser, P.. Savage, to 3Iary B. 31c
Ilenry, U-th of Jackson, Columbia Coun'y
At the san;e time and place, by tho same,
Fi .-man S. Smith, to IfisMih K. Dodson,
both of IVnron, Columbia County.
Tn I'ooii!sbnr on the 13?h inst, by Bev.
J. R. Pimm, Throba'd 31. Dawson, of Dan
ville, to Hastie E. Walter, of this place.
In Port Carbon, on thallth in-t, by Rev.
Mr. Lowry. C. W. Miller, of Bloomsburg,
to Cara L. Eshleman, of the former place.
. RLCOMSCFRG MARKET.
VVTTEAT.per huahsl. 2 SO Ml"ri"F.R. .
Ft. opt pf.r
n" ifii Arri.ES.
FH X SFF.ll
? I HAV hy Ih
Ft nit r. .100 I l.RD. pr
gALISBURY, BRO. & CO.,
Eiteniive Manufacturers and Importer of
Gold, Plnted and Oreide Jcictlry,
SOLID AND NICKEL
AJIKRICAX, i:xci.iu M sinss
CASED liT OITSEI.VFS.
Ami every leirritjnn of
Fancy Goods and Yankee Notions,
Ffforinlly aunpteJ anJ detignud for South era and
Vutern Trml f.
Circular and full descriptive Price Lixts aeut
Agent wanted everywhere. Ad.lre.
SALIS'TRV. PRO : CO..
61 DOERA-NCE" STREET.
I'roviUwnce, it. I.
Ortolr 21. 1E8G. 3,-n.
oVt'LYCIEM AND FESTIVE l.dYS. evn.l an
I (Hreii i rnvfliHi- unit V5 r ntn.aiid I m ill s.-ii 1
y on "" valiiatle ii lorn.Hi ki, i xi n ill please vuu.
AiUrm MARY MOOk t, eil t.ruuaw ay. X. Y.
May ifi, lcU ly. .
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gent'etuan wm vntT.-red for y ar from erTol8
)chilit.Pre.iiHturw Decay, and all the enVct of youth
tul indirr-lion. will, for the sake of autT-riiig hj
inanity, a-nd fr-e to all who nerd it. Iiie rvcipe ti.it
ilire ln'iit for iiiaaiua the aimple remedy by Mttirh he
m cured. Suff. rcr with nf to profit by the adver
iui'i experience, can d i ao by a Mrt-Ditiii ;
l iHN B. ; DEV.
No tfi'haiuucrs . t.. New York,
Feb. 2S ISfifi. ly. iS.VI H.
THE Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs, .ri V itif
fpri nt atyh-a. adaple'l to airrpil uml ai-ruUr imi-ir for
S-iit., $mki earb Flr"TY-()K GOI. It or MI.VEit
MED i.roib-r firt rruniiiii-. awar',''l lb--m.
i utr;iie. Caal"E'ie free. Adore M Asu' At
IUUX, Hoston. or .M SOV U.'UTIiEUS, Niw
Jan. rt. lefifi SVp 9. '1,5 Ijr.-S.M P.
rpllEU.liRV OF MAN' IS HTRKXm II. A eentle
I man whoputf. red for year from Nervmi and
Oem Ml liability. Nightly Kini'i'ioii and S.-onnal
lV.:kne. the rnoili of rutit':l iiMliecrclfn. Hint
rsinr nrar r iii'inc liin i av in n.'i l. hs miKi f y, u iil,
for the cake of ruff' i in? man. inl to any on- aflln l
ed. th aimple UK-ana u-ed by him, wlorb effected a
cure in a lew week alter the failure ff nuio'-rorn
iiiedirinea. Send a ilirei-.ted envelope and utauip un.l
il will cunt you nothing AilUree.
Llx;AK IKb.MAlN li-th St- N.Y. City.
WHISKERS ! WHISKERS ! !
Dr. L O. Mo"tez' CarriHf. the pr.-nleM timuTator
in the world, will fon-e VIi"k''r o Mu lnch- to
grow on the iuthesl face or chin ; ii.-r-r known t
f ill ; Ffiinpie for trial aeni free to any one if.-irou
of tt-Ftin? it' mrril. Adilresi, Rkivks & Co., t)
Niioau street N- w Yora,
July 4. leOtS. 3u .
STRANGE BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in the United
Statra cac hear joiuetliiiip very murh tn tto ir advan
tage by re urn mail (tree ofcliarge.) by adilreknng ilie
undersigned, Tboae b-iving fea of being humbug;,
ed will oblige by ti'4 noticing this card. All othcra
will pleaae addret their obedient aervant.
TIIO" F CHAPMAV.
fcjl I'roadway. New York.
Ftb. 2. 1mV5 ly.S XI P
DEAF2S ESS, ELLN 1 LNESS,
And rtarrli, treat.-d with the u!-not u-re. hy J,
l-A i M D. Dnilir-l atnl Aiiril (form.-rly of l.ey
d.n, ri.ill.in.l.) No. 513 FIVE 8tict I'M I I.A li"A
Teetimonial". t'rnni ihe rho-i reiia!e ourcea in the
I'll ami I o,m try can be nei;n at hi ofllre. The med
ic il f.T-ulty .in- invited to accompany their paliema.
a he ha no atrri t in hi pia lice ARTIFICIAL
EV Lrf, iukerted v ilbuul ria. No ( barge tor exam
ination, f April Jj. IniA ly,
O'O Cos-rnrTATtvrsi The advertiser having been
A. restored to h'-aiih in a few weekn by a tery niin
ple remedy .after having suffered several year with a
aevero lung affection, and that dread Hi-ieaxe. Con
aumptiou i auxioua to make wn to hi fellow
aniTerer ihe mean a of cure
Tn all who dexire it. he wi'.l vend a ropy of the pre
acriptinn used ffreeoi Charge. with the direction for
preparing and u-iug the oaiue, which they will find a
auaa ctrk for I oiiauinpfion.Atbuir, CrnnrhitM.t'oldi
Concha etc The onl ohj.-rt of th- advi'rtier 1
fenililir lllfrreK.liiili.nl ie to lien, tit the atllicie.l.aud
pre d inlormatioii v. hieh hrnriv-- In b- invaluable
n.f he lo p. a every ei. IT re r will try hi rein,.,y, a it
will c"l them not hing. ami may prove a oie lug.
Parl wiehing the precriptiu. free, hv return
mail. wil please addreao Kev. LI. A. WILSuN,
Feb. V, IrCfi. ly S. P. ew.V..rk.
fl he Grovesteen Tian . Ft rte
J etill r l.lin il prerodence ami great popnlarily,
ami afler uudergi.ing gradual iiiiproveni'-nl f.r a pe
riod pi thirty year i now proiio in e.l by the miii.i- al
Mordi to tie uiiiirpai'Ked an I even aneiual'ed in rn h
neim. volume an. I purity of tone. durability an.l rli-ap-lief.
i)ir i.ew acale. Krenrh action hxrp p-dai, iron
frame, over atruiig ba. aeven octavo ro.cwo.el pi
anon we arecelim: cli -aper dv l.-om $Iimi to
than the aiti- t le an.l fioi-h are od by any oilier
'tirt-clae maker in the country. D. alero and all in
viaul ol good piaiioa tfre niv.leil to neii.i for our .II
seripnve Cata'oKue, v. In h rontom photograph of
nur uitl'ereiit Ijlen. together willl pru ea No one
a b"uii pur hae a pi-no without aeemg thi lata
ogue Med-tol almost without number, have be.-n
aWM-dn.: to the Uroventee.i i'linn, and the e'ebrateit
VWrlfl'a air. VhiHigh put in rumpetilion with t li-r-from
all part of Europe and the U rf- it took tin-hiilie-t
I.atabiihed 1833 Grovesteen Co ,
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".Xigbl Uloanxius Ccrt..
TTifihf Ulutaa; Cerrnu.
A Wrt axfrii'!'. dellcafe, an4 Fragrant TVrfnrne,
tliati led Iroui tha rare auj UaUiui Uuwcr Uutu
wbieti it taae Ita naiue.
Alacrafaetnred on!y by
rsiAi.ox at noTt, rrw Yrk.
SnVAItE OF COCXTFRFEIT3.
ak roa rTTAT-Oy" TAKE xo ottter.
All, th inderited tha nnderigne either n
Hre nr l-nnk aeootl, cf all ntonlha or nKire i't'ling
are li-r by rtine-ied to make aeltment witl.Mtt de
lay, and aave coeta. U. O. SiltVE.
Bloetnaborf . Bept. 18, 186&
On the 18th inst., by Rev. N. Snear.
William R. Eves, to Emilv C. Parker.
of Greenwood Township, Columbia
Came tn the premiaei of the nnrVr
aigned in ?ujarlraf Township, Co'
amhia Countv. nn nr abnnt ih.. mid.
(X tX dleof Julrla.t ,aDAKK KEDBUI.L,
,S"PK? with a alit in ih- - 11-.
owner in hereby notified torome forward, rrove prop,
ertv, pay ihargea. and fake him away, otherwi' he
Will be Hild aerording to lW. HESS
Dctober. IT, IrtHi St..
Estate of Reuben Savage dee'd.
The n ler-icned Auditor appointed bv th Orphan.
""L I Columbia ronty to rune distribution of
the balance , the b.m.l of John Wem.er Admi.iia
irator of the e,lflte ,.f Keuben tavge late of t:..l,o.
b.arovntydec'd. will men the partie intrerled.
V-.h h" ""I'"""' bieni poii.im. nl on Saturday Hie
i, h.lay;if November net at ID o'clock A. M-ai hia
office I,, l loom.bnrg whe alld . hpr, ,,B,ue, ,n
t. reatert ,,,..t apnear and i reaent tbeir chiima or be
debarred from coming in for a l.nr- of the fnd
r- "AKKL..Y, Auditor,
ninomxhiirg. Oct. 11, 1HW.,- 4t
C7"-iterwirk -llaz-ne" pleaae copy.
rjAKE YOUR CHOICE.
We w ill aend by exprea or o'herwtee n ordereif.
.er'trelv paikdl. a JViOII Sewing Maebino. .iiHi-r
'Vhe.-ler tt VYiUoii or Ornv r Hnlier. tn any p"r
on eniin? u. fore the lirht of Jauuaiy uex1, thu
HHUie oi ii'X I't.tJtT new nticr' her to the
Willi I tie tnoiiev. SjI'-OO for on year in a-ivance.
!Zm n and aft. r January Int. lei. 7 we tha i re
quire :M7'.liViiew uliHrnti r. ft:i till.
e have aeut awfiy a premium!, nearly TIMER
UU-M'hUf of theae marhiiie. and itiey giv uui
Vera' halinf u ti'in.
The new ubi riber may bn from one or from va
riom lnce. Sen t the namea a- lat aa you ol.iain
them, with the mon v, by t herk. I'ral't, or Pmt lllhce
Oruer, i-ainpie copie and circular aent tree.
Term J.t.iU a year in ail van. e.
!-lDEY E. MO fE. Jr.. & Co.
37 Park Row, New York.
October 17. ll?r,0. 4t.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
'f f "Lfjr lope. Trice fi tents. A lecture on the
nature, treatment .nd radical cure of
Seminal Weakne or S;erui.itnrlio a.
Induced hy rtelf-Abnae ; Involuntary Euui'ioiia. lin
pii'mry Nervou Debility ami. Imp diluent to
"arri.ige generally; Coneuiiipt ion. I fijlepsy, und
Fin ; oenl.il and Phvair.al Ineyparity, fcr. I;y
Rolwrt J. Cuivi-rwell. M, D.. author ofth) 'Green
The world r"nnwned author, in thi admirabln Lec
ture, clearly proves from hi own expert- nee, that
the aw I'M cni-'ieiiee ol" Sell-A till e m.iy bJ eir.ct
ualty removed withoi.t Medicine, and wit hmi ' d.ni
gen.iK vurg'cal operatioim, bouiri. a lurlroioeiit-.
riiis. or corlial. pointing out a mode of cure at
once reitain ami etri:i tnal, hy tvhich very sulferer.
no matter " hat hi eomlitnm inav be, may ruru
hmixeli cheaply, privat- ly and raoirally, Thia Lec
ture will prove a boon to thotiraima and thou, nil.
Sent under ft.-a to any addreaa in a plain envi l..p ;,
on rereipt of aix cent or two porilaze laiii9
AUo Dr. Culverwell's Alarrige runle. prir,- ?o cent..
Aildrea, CIIA.S. J C KLINE V CO.,
li'7 Bowery. New York, V. O. bJX 453i
October 17, l.-tio. ly Pta Ac Co.
The (arraf Family Ea per.
.Frank Le.-lic's Ciiimney Corner. With
No. 7i., isucd on the 12 1th of Septemler
Iat, v.ill 1? given to each purxhaer or suh
scril.er a Jacniticent Presentation Plate,
24x2S inches, entiilcJ
Besides the numerous illustration?, No.
71 will contain the following Stories and in
Commencement of a New Serial Story.
Thfi Faithful Mes.-jniror. Jlus'rnted
An English Sailor' j Life Among the Sav
aged Lin Shepherd fori of Nanterre.
The Death of Wat. Tyler. Illustrated
The Betrayed Youth.
Adventure with a Grizzly. Illustrated
A Fle.ni.-h Rom inco.
(JeurgeW. Childs, of Philadelphia, with
Curious Mode of Fithing in Florida. Illus
trated. Present for Grandmother. From Painting
by Carl Hubnor.
1 e.-tructioii of Robcspicre.
The Aire of Monsters.
Story of John Athmundon. Illustrated
Deris in and out of Water. Illustrated
Perils of Agricultural in Africa Illustrated
The Box byExJircss Illustrated
The Escape of the French from Onondaga.
What the Dogs Dark at.
The Mountain Inn.
With a variety of matter in prose and verse
of the hurhe-t merit.
LUMBBIt! LUMBER! !
'riiK Bf.ooM"RrRf! i.nviiTF.r.lNO covpanv,
1 would repectfully inform the public that they
now in operation with an extensive a.sortmcnt o
and are n'-w pr. pared to eupplr nil or b r at abort
iintii' and at ihe Imveat pnre forrah, I hcir a
MTtuient ol hi mher conit of
White 2inc E1mhL. fjoari!-.
I'looriii, snrl'trr fton ri,
siding, I3ci2ilK2a S2;ui!,
planed nr unpinned, to Miit por haen Fra n - Stuff.
Joire and ."nntli: g of al1 fit i Their ' lamne lil
iim.I l.eiiiher Yard i eitoate I at Die Kailre ol Dem-t.
very ruux luently for fhipf in In nher l.v the cargo
They aie n n.taiitly m.uuiHi'tiiting lumber of all
km. I, ami p.'ro who desi'e lumber of every He
arriptiou will d wa'l to ex inline then tH-k before
pure .aing e aewhar;. Thev are determined and em
ineniiv ir 'areil iiella cheap a the cliea pe.t.
Th J .'l.-o (U -ire to iolnriii the puhlie an.l epecially
thoe w ish to purrha'e In l-htu If t hat they have
one Mill penally prepared to cut limb r- of ahuoat
every tiii; and length required. Thokc wisl.in: to
build or contraitoia f r building, ran cave money, by
giving ua al
The undersigned would nUo nnptunre that they
are prpard to il all kind ol lepairfog of Mat hinry .
en- h a. I'lirei-hm: Varlnnea Mow er .. Reaper and
el' kind 'it agricultural implement, upon reasona
ble t' r to.
d.!rea, F. C. FVEIl. S.-c'y.
Rlooni-biirg. Frpt. 13. 1S0G. l(louuiliur; Pa.
4 GENTS WANTED FOR THE
v PICTORIAL BOOK
Of ANF.Cn iTKS ANP INCI lir-.NT of the rebellion.
There i a certain portion of the fir th.it will never
t o into the rerular lii-lnrie nar Ik rtnhodi ! m r.i
manre ir p-K'try w In. h i a very re-il part "f it. and
will if pre.-rvi d, convey to .necee.linj reimratiun
alienor i..ea of the pirit of th-. ronflirt tlraii many
dry rrp.-rt or can fill narrative, of event, and thi.
part may be railed the goip. the fun. tne p it'ioj of
Hie r. Tin- i lti-.tr - te. the iharatt. rof tlie l au
er.. the humor of tin- .oMit-r. the evolio . of worn -n.
the biavery of men. the plti' k of our heroe. tlie ro
lii.irit e and hari4liip ot Ihe.ervire.
'Ihe volnme i pr"fu-ely illustrated with over 3IMI
.'iirraving hy th - nrt artiM. which an: really beau
tiful ; wvr'liy ..I exauiin itisit aa rpe nneii ihe art.
Many cflhein are . t into me I'O.ly f th-: text, after
the , ep.ilar ar le f Lasing' Pi torial Field ll.w. a.
t:e lievoliitn.n. The hook'a canteitt iiieiti.le r mini
aci nce f ramp, pit ket, npy. waut, hivattar, aiegu
a:idbatle field a 'ventu-es ; Ih'il ing f rati I lira v ry.
wit, nrallery, cauiicul an J lu itcrous ajveulures. etc.,
Amu.einent a. welt a. In.trurtion m iv befnin.l in
every page, as graphic d.-tail brilliant wit. ail an
theotic hi.tary, ar k.lifully iuterwa en in tnia n ark
I in ward a. l'a It -elf 1 he peaple ar- tired f tlr
detail and parltnon wark. and want mm -ITiing lin
itiKiej . reiuaticaiiil atarttiug. Iiurajei.t-are m iking
frxm 9 0i la 4-'iHi p. r toa.tti clear al" all expt.-n.ee.
S ml tar circular, civi.tg full p ncjUra an J BUe aur
It rui an. i priwfaf th,. a'wve a man
A-dress, N A I'll IN A I. Pti3l.l5illNt.tXl.
Si " .Minar t.. lliii.nicl. hia. Fa.
OcteJ.-r 3, lHri 4.ii.
J.j.Mi'lRE SHUTTLE SEWING
Are .uperior to all othera for
FAMILY AVn M A L' F A CTC II I N 13 Pl TiroSE?.
Contain all the late.t improvements are speedy
noiKeie. ; durable ; and ea.y to work.
Illuetraled Circnlais free. Agents wanted Lib
ers.1 i:iniHii t allowed. No rnn-tgniaents made.
Address LMIIBE r. M. CO., oivi Uroadway. New
September 5, I8it ly.-A. at Co.
A nao Lt.ml'CT Tiird in Bloomsburg,
'PUB n n-ler itrtn-il imH retectfu:iy imorm the
I inwrnt of l.itub r thtt h eotit.eiie l otainilat
t ire and keep), on hand gmnl supply nf bnil.linf
and fepeiHg .u lii . I. at hi. rriiimr. , a abort tli
tance north of the depot, which he vff.-ra for sale at
rea enable rates- JACOB KCHVYLLX.
BlusmskniYi JaeJJ( fSWt
m n- w I 1
Estate of Mary P. Mills, late of Madison
Township, Columbia County, dee'd.
rTMIE I.enieea and all other partiea interested in
I the enlate of Mary P. .Mill, derea.ed. will t ike
notice that Ihe under-ig ied appointed bv the r
phao'a i ourt of .aid loiinly. auditor. In audit and
make ditrilition of the balance lit I lie hi mis of Pan
iel Kiiiiik t. e it r t i v i rig rxerumr of the aaid Mary f.
Mills, ilere ie !, will meet ihe parlie mtereet-d in
the . id eetate, at the i fiiee nf the Kegi..er ol Will,
in an I fiTtli-; county ef I'nliinibia. al floomah.irg on
'I burr nay the eih ilay of Novitober next, when and
where a'l parties interested ran ntlend if the aee
pr per and present i It. i r rl iima or be debarred from
coming in tut a vbare of th fund
E II. RAI.DY, Auditor.
Cloomnliurg. Septcn ber 12, IntM. 41.
7 00L CARDING.
Th aiihprribrr tiavintr niirrrianrrl th arpll ailh.
lislitrd ritjini, known a
near Rohrbnrg '.luuibia County,' and having put
the iiiacliiiiety i I firtt tJle ri pairs, is prepared to do
LCI LL i-Li LH- H. iT
in ihe bet manner nnd upon tlie hortet notice.
IIiokv favoring him viih their cust m in ay rely on
li u - . . . . I . .. . - n....lr . .- I I J
Ma.a.ig ...vi. ... M ncil U1IUC.
greenwood , June G, 1.C6.
IJENEY II. SAND3.
Th"! under-igned respectfully announce that he
I. a r nitte. a alinp. in Coint llon alley, oppoite
tile Kii h iiive Hu el In fi? Ii i prep-r.-'l In cou
iluei the barliermg Ini-iin a In all it branch ea.
Tin-art !" rolurii.'g whiai.er.and in Hi.iactaea is
prartieed bv bun uo.el killl.:llv lie al.n ;Uan
clothing, making tit -in lo-k m-arlv a gin a new.
upon the ino-i reaonahle term, t.'ive hun a trial.
C7" llair Tome. . i" the very bt q i.iliiy. un d tot
cleaning h.ur, kept coii.l-utiy on hind, aii I f.r sale
I'loomnbur;. April S3. lrGi. if.
UU STARCH GLOSS
Is the only Article Died by
First Class IIolcN, LatiuJ.
ries, and Thousands of
Tami I its.
It gives a beautiful polish, making the iron pas
ani'Hithly over the cloth, saving muck hue and labor.
Riindi none up with it keep clean much lunger con
sequently will nut wear out ao aoon.
Il makes Old Linen look like New.
nt'R f Mi'Elt I AL l!.i;E
Is i HE rlEfTIM IHt Wo" I D.
It is m'lnlile i'l ban aa w-JI as soft water. It Is
put up in th;; i-aiei-t neateHt. and murt coiivenieut
form of any olfemd to the public
Is U'arii.uttd not ta
, I U . II V
Agnt wanted ever) where, to whom we o(T.:r ex
traordinary liiliireiiieoi.. d'l',
MiV OKK r AltL'll GLfiSCO..
No i!it Fulton m , New York.
September 26. 19S. - 4m A A Co.
PAR JERS ! FARMERS !
Don't fail 10 ::e PIIIIMPS" Sl.PrR PHOSPHATE
I.I M E to fin it li your lain; anil make large rrnp of
grain and era. It i now extensively ued in all
the leading a?i Iceltural po-tio:i of the country and
without i'itilll nr .iotitil i kmlvl-ii 1.1 lie th werw
.-U L i you j uiiuguie w I'll H e ieiili App'y to
r AA I SL
Angit. t il. K-R6.
A Conccnlratfd Fertilizer.
Especially adapted to WHEAT and other
This preparation contains Pure Ground Rnn . and
th- b-.t Fertilizing t'alt. known to agricultural
chemistry . roriihi m il in urli a manner a to develop
their productive prnpertie only when u.ed on the
.il. Price t-0 per tn. For sale at the imiiiufactur
No iU MARKET iTREF.T Philadelphia.
LI.'iOMii l.'Ki;, t'olunihii Cmnitv, Pa
W ILLIAM ELLIS 4- CO . .Maiiufacturera.
?eptcnther 5, irfon,
Manufactured to orderat lir.afltlCO MILL. Rots
Township. I.uz. rue t'ouiity. Pa.,
Oak, cxciulot It, JIapIc, ESas,
PINR rriPLK BEACH. Ac. for fle at the
M I I.I.. nr d'-ltvered at any poiitt oil the KailroaJ,
rta' lieit or connected vii'h it
I" Addre.s. the .tih.rriher nt Wyoming. Lu
zerne Co.tiitv . or JAMES JacKSON, tlie Sawyer, at
llervevvilie p 0.
The Mil Property with two llou.e.. Turn an I oth
er tinprovetiicni. .nrroiinded by about Hid Acre, of
Laud, mm of wlii. h reuiaina heavily timbered, ia
now for aale at a batgain, v
Wyoming, Luierue tounty. Fa.
Pcptiimhcr 'X. la'Vi.-3 11.
0 HOTEL & SALOON KEEPERS
fit I'lonm.bnrg and Col'imdia County.-I have ap
pointed Mr. II. Stohuer agent for the ale ,.f my Ale.
Purler I rown Stout, and i.ager Heer. whi will -up-ply
you at the ame price (and with the .ante article.)
a' iWonld furnish yon from ihebri wery. Knowing
that he will he punctual nnd and attentive to all
w hn may f .vor him with their trade, I toiicit for
hi ui your support. Very respectfully,
Steam Drewety, Heading .Fa.
Septcinbsr SC. IKC
R .pertfnllv nnnoiinrr. himc.lf to the public a. an
experienced WELL-DIUUEK and WA'I'tR-SMELIc-Kit.
1'eii.otta ue 1 ron to I urn w here w ater can be
eaaie.t found, and all w ho have well, to dil, will
do well ! einpl'iv the under. Igned. Contract will
be taken by the foot or by the day, to suit the ui
July 2.1. 18WV. ly.
If yon wi.h 10 live losg and die happy, go without
INJURE YOUR LIFE
in the fceat Company in Ihe world,
THE kiUTUAL LIFK INfTRAifCE COMPANY OF
IT? CASH AUSKT AKE $15 CfKl 000.
and it.annaal dividead for the fiscal year of 1?SS
amoantatn .evenly t' rr r-iit.rn all participat
ing p'cmiuma. being ihe largest dividend ever oe
rlared l.y any company for the same length of time.
Fo further information apply tn
john g. rxttzz, JrMt,
7tf If, IP. , ianotngVurg. Fm.
- i - - - j
h.-l u-oil. Il.oiitiin le MiiiiMiire mote um
tin to in i 'ality. .-ontaiii more aarii irtural value,
than any ter in th-j tnirket Th inid-raig-ied In
troditei! il as a .i.tinlani art icle. tot n li g to make it
a permanent tra.le It va.ne hia be-n luily t-ted
nrlii !e ver li:tri. luce'l. (it v. it a trial vo l W ill bfl
FLUID EXTRACT BOCE0,
A poalifv maA EpaclSo Remedy for dlaeaaaa of th
JHmAt. KMmis CTtl eHi walU-.
nk K4ictt tncrrjaaea the power of dig cation, and
xdtaa tbe abtWtcsta lato healthy action, lay which tha
watery or ealcaraoua depositions, aad all unnatural ea
IirresesoU ara reCsoed. oa well ai pain and lnl1tB7aittJa
ad U jood for nan, women and cnlldraa.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
For wcaJmeaa arUlns from Ezeeeses, HablU of Dbarfpaa
tlon. Early IndUcrcUon. attended wlta Ua fotlawiBg
Indbposltlon to Exertion,
Loss of Tower,
Difficulty of Sraatnlac
Tain In the Back,
Flashing of the Body, -Eruptions
of the Faca,
loss of Memory,
Weak JCerves, ,
Horror of Disease, "H.
Dimness of VUloa, -Hot
Drynees of the EMn.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on (which this Ud
cine Invariably removes), soon follow
FATUITT. EFI LEI-TIC FITS, C4
In one of which tbe patient may expire. VTh'o can say
they are not frequently followed by thoaa "direful dla
rs3A:nTY and coxsTjirpnoir t
if any are awsxe of tbe cause of thrtr snfferlns.bat non
will confers. The records of tbe lnsjne asylums and tha
melancholy doaths by consnmptlon bear ample witness ts)
tha truth of tbe userUotr.
TT.a Connttnticn, onco affected by organic weakness,
renires the old of medicine to strengthen and Invigorate
tie iTsteta, vtUlch K!.if HOLD'S EXTRACT OF BtTCHU ,
lnTu 11.1 daca. A trltl will convince da uoat tccpUcaL
In many affections pccn2ar to Females, the Extxao
Eccnc is nncqua'.ed by any other remedy, aad for ail
complaints Incident to the sex, or In the
iiEcxrsa or chakoe of life,
CJT" Bra Stxptoms asotx.
Take ho C&'saa, Mercury, or apleaasat medietas tak
oapleasant and daageroca dlicsjes.
IiELlIBOLB'S EXTRACT BUCH3
Cares Secret Diseaaes
In aU their stages llttlo expence, VtUe or no chatf ed
filet, co inconvenience, and KO EXPOSUKJE.
USE HELMBOLD'S ,
For all affections and diseases of these organs, whether
E2I5TLNO IN )IALE OS FEMALE,
From whatever cause originating, and no matter how long"
standing. EUciics of these organs reqolxo the aid ef a
HELMEOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
' Is the Great Diuretic.
And It la certain to bare the dossed efecl ta aU (
tor which it Is recommended.
DLCCD! ELOOS! BLOOD!
xrrcnLT cor'.Ls i ijtto coxroxnr
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAP ARILLA,
Tor pnrlfjlns the B'.ood, remorlrg all chronic eozetlti'
tlcncl dlscsEcs arising from aa lapcre ttate of tbe Elocd.
and tbe only reliable and efTcctcal tioin remedy f it V..
core cf fcrofcla, Ecild Head. 6alt Ehcsci, I'tla and
EwcUlnes cf tbo Cones, ncerations cf tbe Thrbrt sal
Legs, Llotcbcs, rtaples on tbe race. Tatter, Erysipelas,
and all scaly ErcpUons of the thin,
aEATrriyrixf the coancxtxxojr.
yOT A FEW
of the worst disorders lb it adict tnanMnd arlss from th
Corruption that accumulate In tha Lloud. Cf all the
Coverlcs that have cccn tstJo to pntjclt oat.cor.e cti
oqcsI In eScct IILnoD'a Coitrocsn Lite act or Ct s
BiTAKtiXA. It cleanses end renames the Llood.tns'JlU
tbo r4. jor of Lcc'.th Into tbe system, sad p"r-c out lie
tcmors wblcU make dleotE. It etlmulaves the Ucsltiy
fcrtlonr tbe body.ard crpclsttc disorjers that grew
tn j-anlTln tbe blood. Each a remedy that coa'.J te
relied on tt locj teen corght for, 6Dd now, for the Crst
Uzie tbe public l:aTe one on which they can depend. Ccr
rpaccbera does cot trtm'.lof certLlcatestochowluerzcts.
tut tbe trial of a bottle will show to the sick that It
has Its virtues enrparstng enytttng they hsvo ever taken.
Two tiblefpooa Tul of the Extract of Earsapsrlila added
to a pint of water li cqnal to tbe Lisbon Elet Drink. Bid
eae bottle !s fully erj-jil to a gallon of tbe Cjrop of Sana
pi."lUi, cr tu UcwCCiiou so utaallj made.
HELirDOLD'S H05E WASH,
An excellent Lctlcn for dieascs arising from habits of
dl.lpnicn, um. J In correction with tbe Extracts Eccha
and irarftapr.rilla, in sacb diseases aa recocimendcd. Evi
dence of tbe mott reipon&lbie and rclUtlo character will
accompany tbe medicines. A!o explicit directions fcr
H3C, trJ'i hvnZrtiU of tciuanUYixizz witnesses, snl tp
wtrd. of SC.OJO colici!e'I rti:lcaU;S and recommends
t jry letters, a.atj of mblch tre from tbe Ll;bett aonrers.
luclu(lrj ccLieat IliTulciara.Cicrgj-nien.ttalctnicn, Ac
The Prcr.t!e!or Ls cevcr resorted to their paLlicaOon la
tho neips)K)s; Le drcs not io this from the fact that his
articles rs.uh as Tundard rrvpatatlocs, acd do sot ncsA
to be propped np ty ccrtlScstcs.
The Science of i!ed!c!ne, ilio (he Bo.-Ic Coloma, shoal 1
rtand simple, rnre, msJesUc, having Tact for Irs basis
Induction for i'.i pillar, and Truth alons for Its CsplUL
J-'y rstract rarssptrlll I a Flood Pn.-ieer ; tay Extraei
Encha Is a ticretlc. snd vrfll ect es tech In til cues.
Eoth ere prepared on purely sclentiac principles
racuo end are tbe nest ce'.lre measures cf cither tba
eta be niile. A reiJy end conclusive test wr.l be a com
Firlson cf tbc'.r properties wlh those set forth 13 the fol
Ese LIrpcniatory of the United Fta'es.
Fee Frofcssor Lxwxu' Taluhla vorka oa the Practice
of rby tic.
Ece remarks made by tbe celebrated Dr. rjrrsic. Ft 'la.
Esc remarkj mtCtXj Dr. Ercnxia McDowKii, a cele
brated rhyslclin snd J.'eibcr cf tbe Royal College cf
EarpcOTS. Ireland, end pnbli&hcd la the TruasacUons of
the Elcg snd Queen's JonrcaL
Ece lredleo-Cblmrglcsl review. pcbHthed by V.txtw
TxATzaa, Tellow ef the Eojil CoTe of Bnxgsona.
See meet of the late eaniird works ea JCedlcl&ev
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