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DEMOCRAT AND STAR
Wednesday, Dec, 19,-1 8 66.
y Wi will thank our reader for all local occur
ranees in tticir immediate localities,- If tbeymo mot
den re to writs a communication for the public eye,
let them tend a a brief statement of everything of
Intartat in their respective communities. - A list ef
marriages, deaths, accidents; 6res, removals, busi
ness change, &c. VVs will put them in form. The
tnora facts of.Uus kind we can get the better it will
auit ns and our readers. Who will do it ?
To AoviRTiseai. Peri.ing wishing advertisements
Inserted, must band them in early on Tuesday morn
ing to insure their insertion for that week.
If you want to buy cheap furs and
dry-goods, go to the New i ork Store.
tST1 lion. C. R. Buckalew vill please
accept out thanka for copies of the Daily
IS?" Head the original poetry on our first
page, entitled 'liyricsof the Susquehanna,"
also the piece from the pen of -Ego."
"An exchange thinks the election of
only two contrabands in Massachusetts ex
hibits a niggardly disposition. . Exactly. It
was a matter of both stint and stink.
Henry Giger ha3 so out Lis store
to Dr. II.- C. Ilower, Dentist of this place.
The Dr. will do well. AIa G. contemplates
locating in the West
John K. Girton is not behind any of
our Grocerymen in making preparations for
the holidays. He has an excellent supply of
Groceries. Give him a call.
Snow! The second enow of the season
fell jon Sunday last, to the depth of six or
'eight inches. Those of burcitizens who
tried the deigning on Monday, pronounce
it "nothing extra." There is not a sufficient
quantity of the white article, besides the
foundation is too rough for so thin a coat of
enow to mako excellent sleighing.
S?3aI We would announce to the patrons
of the Democrat and Star,. and the pub
lic generally, that C. C. Marr, Grocer f
this place, has on hand a largo and grand
assortment of candies and toys in endless va
riety, for tha Holidays, which, he says, he
will sell a little cheaper than can be purchas
ed at other stores.
.Tin .Rupert Hotel. Mr. George II.
Brown, ha --purchased the Rupert Hotel,
located at Rupert Station, two miles South
of Bloomsburg, for the consideration of $5,-
100.00. ' Possession upon the first of next
March. -Mr. & Mrs. Brown, have had large
experience in catering for the public and are
eminently qualified to "Keep a Hotel."
Since last week gold caused a great
fall in Dry Goods and Groceries. Marr
purchased largely when gold had reached the
bottom. His hew advertisement, which you
will find in another column, shows that he is
selling goods, for cash, at very low figures
Fail not to read it
J&D.Joiin G. Jacobt, Esq., has pur
chased" the Bowman Farm excepting the
Mills in Briarcreek, Columbia County, and
taken possession. Price, $5,000.00 ash.
Mr. Jaooby Ls a good Democrat, an excel
lent citizen, and has a very valuable firm.
t After this week we intend sending
out bills to all of our patrons who dre owing
us on subscription, advertising and job-work.
All who are in arrears for the present year's
subscription are requested to settle up by the
first of February next
J3 We acknowledge- the receipt of the
Real Estate Record, published in Philadel
phia for gratuitous circulation. It is to be
a first-class advertising medium'. Thi3 ia an
interesting paper, contains the description
of some of the best farms in Pennsylvania
and other States. Those wishing a copy for
tha year have only to send 12 cents, to pay
tht postage, to Townsend & Co., No. 237,
South Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
JCGTThe original Peak Family, the re
nowned and famous Swiss Bell Ringers, will
give an exhibition of their wonderful per
formance with the bells, in Snyder's Hall on
Thursday evening, the 20th inst They will
also execute pieces of choice music on the
Piano and Harp: This Company b not sur
passed in the United States. Go and see
them. They draw crowded houses, of the
best society, wherever they perform.
CnRioTMAS. As Christmas approaches
our stores begin to present a most gorgeous
appearance. - At no previous time has the
display equalled the present. Thera will bs
no noes3ity this year of sending to New
York and Philadelphia for suitable Holiday
presents. We may give a list of our adver
tisers next week, indicating to our readers
where various articles may be found. .
JBS? During the pa?i , week therfi has
been both a heavy and rapid decline in all
citymarket3 in the prices of cotton good?,"
wool, grain, pork and , provisions. It has
not reached Zterc yet ; but knowing, ones say
the decline must come and the speculators
beamped. Then b' no reason why the
decline should not reach thb place and that
at an early day.
Don't Boys ! Don't look at the girls so.
Can't you ceo they don't like it? In fact,
Won't endure it . It's absolutely insulting.
Dt you suppose they put on feathers;
flounces, water-falls, ribbons and rings, for
you to look at?- 'Net much! It's only to
please ma arid pa. They can't bar' to be
locked at whicbTydu miht know by their
blushe3, if you had any gumption. Don't
dolt: ' " ' ' '
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3?" As the Holidays are close at hand,
.and ,many people .de'sirous of. purchasing
toysj- candies and knick-knacks, of every de
scription, to suit the fancy of the little ones,
it b no taord'thaa proper and right, as jour-r
nalbts, that we should inform them where
they can buy tLese articles at reduced prices
for cash. That place is af the Confectionery
EetablHshment of B. H. Stohner", of thb
place 'He' has" a large variety of fancy and
plain candles, besides an endlc-33 assortment
cf toys. See advertisement in to-day's
37 Gold wa quotedlltl37J in Philadel
phia on Monday last .
SSi. Mr. A. Hartman, has just received
a lot of Ladie Goods, Cassimers &c, &c.
All cheap for cash or trade.
Cy Auction ! Auction 1 ! At n. W.
Creasy & Co.'s Store, in Light Street, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Evenings, of this and next week. He will
offer all kinds of goods commonly found in
his store. Here will be a fine chance for bar
gains. Goods will be sold cheap for cash.
Be sure and attend the sales.
Daniel A. Beckley, bookseller and
stationer, at this place, has just received at
hb store a large assortment of fancy candies,
notions, toy-books, pictures, albums, and in
short, a little of everything commonly found
in stores of the kind, for the holidays, all of
which he will sell cheap for cash. Store on
the southwest cornerof Market Street Give
him a calL
3 Fire. On Monday evening last, the
Wheel-house, adjacent to the Irondalc Fur
nace Buildings, was burned down. It made
quite a large fire, and it was with difficulty
that the other buildings were saved. The
suppo!ntiOTrIs7that the fire originated by
some oil taking fire which was near the stove.
Revival. A great religious revival has
prevailed in our town and vicinity for the
last few weeks. The revival is spreading
and bids fair to absorb the main elements of
our society. Some of the most interesting
young people in our town have been awak
ened, and are now assisting at theso revivals.
community without religion is barbarism.
God grant success to thb great movement.
It will do more good for Bloomsburg than
all it3 manufactories.
A very successful meeting has been
going on in the village of Buckhorn, for
about a month, ending on Thursday evening
last, and resulting in the conversion of
about ninety souls. We are glad to hear of
good being done in any place,'and hope that
the people of the above named village that
have professed a hope in Christ, may fully
depart from iniquity, and be zealous and
faithful folltffters of the cause they have
espoused. We would advise all young con
vert! as a friend, to avoid or shun tcmpta-
ion as they would the evil one, as it b only
the same enemy in another form. Thb
meeting was conducted by the Rev. Mr.
Klnq and his colleagues, minbters of the
M. E. Church.
WHEAT.per bushl. 2 SO PUTTER. - - 4
RYK. 1 50 F.GCS . 30
CORV, " 1 10 POTATOES, - 75
BUCKWHEAT. 100 DRIED ArFLES, 3 Ott
FLOUR per bbl. HIM) HAMS - - . 2i
CLOVER!EED, 5 50 BACOV. . 16
FLAX fEEIi - S 70 I HAY by the ton. ' 5 VO
BL'l'KW H EAT Flour. 5 00 LARD, per lb. 25
LOVELY GIRLS AND FESTIVE HOYS, end an
addressed envelope and ij cent. and 1 will send
you sown valuable informal Ion that will please you.
Address MARY JlOUtt L, eJl liroadway, . Y.
May li". ictti ly.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A gcni'cman who suffered for y-ars from Ncrrotig
Debility. Prematura Decay .and ail the eflecl ofyoutb
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of su.T?ring hu
inanity, send free to all wbr need it, the recipe and
directions for making the simple remedy Ly which be
waa cured. SutJWers wishing to profit by the adver
wsei'a eipcriouce, can d ao by ad lrrijirn
JOHN B. MJDEV,
No. 13 Chambers t., New York,
Feb. 23 1GG. ly. d.M.F.
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HA VI LIN, Boston, or MSO.N UiOTUERd, Niw
Jan. C, 1SCC. Sop. 0, 'C5- ly. S.M.P.
TIIECLORY OF MAX 13 STRENGTH. A centle
man who suffered (or years from Nervous and
Genital Debility. Nightly Emission, and tfeminal
Weakness. Hie result of youthful indiscretion . and
ram Dear ending hi days in hopeless misery, will,
for the sake of Buffering man. send to sny on- nfilirt
ed. the simple means used by him. which eil"i;cte(1 a
cure iu a few week after the failure of numerous
medicines. Eeud a directed envelope and stamp and
it will cot you nothing Address.
EDGAR TREMAIN. liith Su N.Y. City.
STRANG E BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in the United
States can hear something very much to their advan
tage by re urn mail (free of charge.) by addressing the
underpinned, Thosa Driving feas of being hiirnhu?;
ed will oblige by n-t noticing this card. All others
will please address their obedient servant.
fcji Broadway, New York.
Ffcb. 23, 18CG ly.S MP
HEMES J AL INSTITUTE.
TCH SPECIAL CASES.
No. 14 Bond St, New York.
C7" Full information, with the highest testimonials;
alo. a Book on Special Diseases iu a sealed snicioee,
Jv" Bt sure and send for them, and jr Kill not regret
it . for. as advertising physicians are renwH'lr im
jr aster, without references no straneer Mm-ii I be
Dusted. Enclose a stamp for postage ; and riir-'-t in
!it. LAVYKENCB. NO 14 BOND STRtEf, NEW
Not. U. lfC6,-1y. 8. M. P.
And Catarrh, treated with the ntmost success, by J.
ISAACS, M. D.. Oculist and Aurist (formerly of Ley-
den, Uolland.) No. 513 TINE Sticet. FHILAD'A
Testimonial J, from the most reliable ,onrces in the
City and Country can be seen at his office. The med
ical faculty are invited to accompany their patients,
as he has no secrets in bis practice ARTIFICIAL
EYES, inserted without rxin. No charge lor exam
ination, f April 25, IS06. ly,
Th.s ir.odjcice. Imc I b..- V-r. . U. S.'.iEsot,
of Ph;,n !' fV. is ;a:ej4U.-I :o d mo. . -) thj .ood a id
tr.iielt ir.:ci I:.', the ;irjl pr. 'en or i c-ji ,o. Cr
c.eauiii ti-varh -;ti S V-nck'.; M..X iir.n
TilH, the T3'6 ;ocn reror- :hc a,-ps:t, &! tool
lh: c; lie! at Lo ealcj ve.&ij ji,u-c A w'.U to eaj 1
Cor. w.p: 'P7i rrs-;-)-)r bo Vu-Il V- S ;hT;; TjX
rnoic H tlp an.cta '.he H-y-m.-.h and liver is ira!
hea th and tha ji-.Mc nslcrr.t houco tho Tt.'c
ond ?ii!a Rre rr;j rol E'ar'r crcrc?.'f! ol cn-rai-pttoa.
A h. L ioz2a bsltjcj o.' the ESA1V2EJ.)
TON'rCa litiireJor.ourliv-Tiiof t.'.c il.VNORAKS
TILLS TV'lii tiT9 a:r T'nar cts ef d.--pp;!i.
. lr. . BoKMOt tusk-3 Tfe-i'?-' t't'Ts !a r;-.TV
York, Bj-fcii, aa.i at h:pi-;ic'p&; O;11-o Iu fhi!ai);
P.'i'a e7cr wee:. Zee -'a.1 pisr- oZ etch p ace, or
ha pi.nph:ai on cOiuani?i.i7D :or iiis lii tor viiila
Un. P ober;r-.-e, when pu-cTl vrfng, tliat ihl two liio-r.c-
oftt:-! Doctor, o';c Trhrn la iij stt-o oi
C )n..amp.ion, aud iho ollx r avie do w is, in pe.lect
. hei th, a.-doa th3 -iorcrnn-.cnt itaTi:p.
3 id br U Ira ;xisle ud Dealers, price tgLW pir
bo.t!e, or jfcr.iOthe ha!:-ioaaj All leUcra for advic
idiouid t addred to Ir. Sohjescs's Pr;nc:ral
Oitije, No. Vi Nunh nU SniW, PhraJeiphia, Ps. -
Geaeral W!V' Aetata i De.nM Cirnes t Co,
' N. Y.; S. 8. liauee. Baltimore. Md.; John D.
Farka, Cincinnati, Ohk: Wa ker Jt Tdior, CUI
C320,HL; Collins Bro, SL Lou Mo.
w. ea. mo. I yr.
THE Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs, 'forty dif
forTit styles, adapted to s irred and secular music. for
$60 to SljiK) eacn. FIFTY-ONE GOLD or SILVER
iFTl..firnrhr flrt nrfMnin m. awanled thftn
Iwill to and aee E ROWER. 3 New Stock; I am
totd he ia telling goods at very low figures.
J WILL GOTO . , , ' ! T
C to rut m undm. 1 '
i ifht rmruME ron the hajokeii chief.
Right Blocviiilff CrBi8.
' Night ISIoonaing Ccrcns."
Night mooEuiBS Ceroos."
TVight Blooming Ccrcns.
"Wisfct BlAonaing Cerens."
A most sxqnUIte. delicate, and Fragrant rerfnmo,
distilled from the rare and beaatil'Ul flower from
which it takes its name.
Manufactured only by
FUALOX Sc SOX, Xvr York.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR PHALOX'5 TAE1E KO OTHEC
gMPUlE SHUTTLE SEWING
Are superior to all others for
FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING PURPOSES.
Cnntain a'l the latest improvements are speedy
noifieless ; diirnlile ; and .-iy to work,
Illutrated Circulars free. Agents wanted. Lib
eral rliscout.t allowed. No consignments made.
Address EAIl'lRE 3. M, CO,, tilO Broadway, New
September 5, 18CG.-ly.-A. tc Co. .
A Oough, A Cold, or
A Soro Throat,
REqClRCI IHKEOtATB ATTKNTIOS. AND
SHOULD BC CDKCKID. 1 T ALLOWKD
Irritation of the-Longs, A Perma
nent Throat Disease, or Con-
IB OFTEN THE RESULT.
Having a direct influence to the parts, give im medi
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Consuinp-
tive and Throat Diseases,
- TROCHES ARB FSED WITH ALWAYS OOOD SUCCESS.
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will find Troches useful in clearing tha voire when
taken before Ringing or Speaking, and relieving the
throat after an unusual excrtien of the voral organs.
The Troches are recommended and prescribed by
Physicians, and have had testimonials from eminent
men throughout the country. Heiug an article of
true merit, ami having proved their etficacy hy n test
of many yenrs. each year Units them in new localities
in various parts of the world, and the Trorhes arc
universally pronounced better than other articles
Oiit.iiu only -Brown's Bronchial Troches," and do
n t tnkfc uuy of the Worthless Imitations that may
he offered. Sold everywhere
Nov. IGotj. Cm.
NEW ADVERT IS EM EfJTS.
Q II URCH DEDICATIONS
The new I. E. Churrh nf ar LARISIIE S in Sugnr
loaf Township, Columbia County, will be dedicated
to the service of Almighty Uod on the
First Jay oi' January, 1 867.
Servicea at 10 A. M., ad G P. M. Rev. R. E Wilson,
of Uloomsburg, and othe r Ministers are expected to
be present. W. E IIESSER,
AH persons knowinj themselves indebted to the
undersigned on Rok account or otherwise, are here
by notified to call and settle the same. My accounts
must ba settled, costs will be added lo all who neg
lect this notice.
E. MEVDS.VH ALL.
December 19, !?6(i. It. .. . -
J n the Orphan Court of Columbia enmity,
Kit'iteof John ulur, Deceased.
The Auditor appointed by the Court, on exceptions
to the acronnt of Llnta John Exeeutoi f the Cstate
of John Walter deceased, will meet the parties in
teted for the purpose of his appointment on Tues
day, the 22 dav of January, A. I). l-r.7. at 10 o clock
A, M. at his office, on thn corner of Alain and Mar
ket Mreets in the town of RlO'imnburz.
UOBEKT F. CLAKK, Auditor.
December 13. 1306. It.
Thursday Evening, Dec. 20th
(The World Renowned)
SWISS BELL RINGERS.
Vocali'ts, Harpists, Pianists and Staff Bell Solists,
'.OrSanlrrd in i3l. by IV. TEAK, Sr. the only
troupe in the United States.)
ADMISSION ... . . 50 cents.
Children under 10 years, 25 cents.
poors open at? P. M , Concert to com me nee at half
TICKETS for salo at Buckley's X'ewi Depot.
Wm. Peak, ?r dole Proprietor and Manaeer.
I. A, KEVt!, General Business A;t.
Dec. 13, lSGii,
1S67. GETCUK 1867.
A Democratic Morning Journal,
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all the dispatjhes of the Associated PreHS frooi every
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received by the Atlantic Cable ; and the news from
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ars first touch.
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of the news of the week, and besides the leading ed
itorials from the Daily, will contain a larre amount
of interesting matter, prepared expressTy for the
weekly issue Itwul br in ail respects A First class
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' ' s O i -r -fc. --Sy' -i
ALL persons knowing thomelves i ndebted to me
for work done at the GREEN WOOD FACTORY, are
requested to call and make imu.ediate payment, as 1
have earned my anoney onee, and do not intend to
earn it again; by running the country and collecting
the same. A word to the wiae ia (efficient.
J. B. SANDS. -
f, v:nT- n.. i iJi-g limn hi j
IJow Lost, Uow Restored.
! PnMiahed. a new edition of
D CULVERWELL'S Celebrated Essay on the rad
ical cure (without madicine)of Spermatorihoea. Bern
inat Weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses. Im po
tency. Mental and Physal Incapacity, Impediments
to Marriage, etc. ;alo Consumption, Epilepsy, aud
Fits induced by aelf-lndulgence or Seiual cxtrava-
iT" Price, in a seated envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' success
ful practice, that the alarming consequences of seir
abuse may be radically cured without the danger
ous use of internal medicine er the application ot
the kn'fe pointing oat a mode of cure at once sim
ple, certain, and effectual, by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condit ion may be, ma
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
y- Tbis lecture should bo iu the bauds of every
you Hi and every man in the land.
Sent, under eal, in a plain e n vetope, to any ad
dress posl yaid, on receipt of ix ceut, or two post
Address the publishers. '
CH AS. J, C.KLINE & CO,
127 Dowery, New York, rostOlhce b x, 4.&ti
Dee. V, Idi.
The first account of Isaac Scijfried, com
mittee of Dorcas Crecclinj, a Lunatic.
ALL persons intereste I will take notice that. trie
account of Isaac Seij-freid, committee of Dorcas
Crevelinff, a Lunatic, has been Sled in the Prothono
tary'sOtlice of C Humbit Ccimty, and that the said
account will be presented to the Judges of the Court
of Common Pleas of said County, lor examiaation
and ontinuhtion on TUESDAY, THE FIFTH DAY
OF FEBRUARY next.
JESSE COLEMAN, Prothonotary.
Bloomsburg, Dec 12, ICoti, ot.
Estate of James Gibson, late of Grectacood
Toicnship, Columbia County, dee'd.
THE undersigned appointed Auditor, by the Or
phans Court of the County of Columbia lo seLle and
adjust the rates and proportions of the assets in the
bands of Abraham Young, Administrator of Jaiuen
Gibson, dee'd.. according to the order established by
law, hereby gives notice to ilt parties interested, ihxt
he will attend to the duties of his appointment, at
the office of the Recorder of Deeds, in lllooinnburg,
in said County, on Saturday, the Twenty-sinh day ol
January, A. !.. 1Hu7, at ten o'clock A. M. of said
day. All persons having claims or demands against
the estate of th'! decedent are requested .o present
them to the auditor, or be forever debarred from cum
ins n for a portion of the said fund
JOHN C. FREEZE, Auditor.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 12, lat0. 4t.
Estate of O. P. Runyan, Deceased.
poll INK. clfl.11'7 VI -He . i i-.- -
CH IU IIIHAe lll-lll MIVWIl M nniiuiiirn... "
those knowing themselves indebted to the tstate will
make immediate payment lo
JOHN SMITH, Adm'r.
Madison Township, Dec' i, lstiti. lit.
A DMINISTRATOR'S KOTICE.
Estate of Abraham Rohhinf, lite of Fih
iiifciok 7r., Columbia County deed.
., k - .i , . . 1 1 n-),.,.n..lr-t,if Ull.t Mil
LETTERS of administration on the estate oi Anra-
in the lownsliip ami County atnrciniu. l,r"""!
. i. ..btn ih. ilc.ili'iil arp m
nav ii riuims oa iiic- cnimc v, ........ v..-.... - -
quested to present them fur settlement ; and those
indebted to the estate will inaKe payment without
delay. . ,
F.I.I P.OB11INS. Adm'r.
Fishingrreek.Dec. 12. letiti, Ow.
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed,
issued out of the Court ol Common I'leas in the
County ol Columbia, will be eiposed to public sale,
at the Court lloue, in Hloomslmrg. on SATURDAY,
THE 11 Ol' DECKMUEK, l--b(i. at 10 o'clock iu
the forenoon, .he following real estate to wit:
The following real estate the propeily of Abel
Thoiiias,situie in Catawits.i Townsuip.i n the Coun
ty of Columbia, bounded and described as follmvs. lo
wit: On tue south by land r lieorg-i .arr, on the
east bv lands of William McXelvry. Solomon lie I
wig and Joseph Clewcll. on tits u-rili by lauds of
Joseph Krcisti. William Hartman. aiid VTilliam Coff
man, and on the west Lv lands of Samuel koxteiihau -der.
containing ONE lil'NDREO AND FOURTEEN
ACRES, AND FIFTY-SIX PERCH ES. on which are
erected Crist-Mill, Saw Mill, Three double Frame
Ilwellmg House, live sinflo Frame Dwelling
Houses, a t.auk Harn, Hay !i'-il. Smitli Shop, seven
Stables and a frame building, recently occupied as a
One other property, known as sprout land, belonging
to J. I', Finchor and Abel Thomas, situate partly in
Alain Township, and partly in Catawisaa To-vn.htp ,
in the County of Columbia bounded and described
as follows: Hounded on the east bv lauds belonging
to the ht-irsol Tench Cox. dee'd and others, ou the
north hy land t.f said Finch er and Tboiuis. on the
west bv the Catawiswa Rail Road, and ou the south
by lands of Stephen flalily, containing Eighty Five
Acres and Forty-two Perches, -not improved."
One other tract known as sprout land, belonging to
Fineb'-r tc Thomas, situate in Main Township ato-c-said.
bounded on the south by laiHs of aid Fmcher
Sc Thoin?.3, on the east by land of Brohst, Yctter it
Co., on the north by land belonsing tt th? heirs ot
Isaiah Shutnan. doe'd, and on the west by the Cata
vtissaRail Road, conUiiuiiig Sixty Acrea, "not iui
One other tfct blonainj to Fincher & T".i toi.
situate iu Maine Township, nforesai l, bounded ou
the east hy land of said Finrher &. Th.onas, on the
north by laud of I'iucher e Thomas, on the west by
the Cat twissa Rail Road, and on the s.mtli by land
of said Finrher it 'Thomas, containing Nine Acres,
One other tract belonging t said Finr.h.T At Thom
ai, known as sprout lanu, situate iu Catawissa town
ship. County of Columbia, bounds an I described as
follows: timnii'eil on the West by the public road,
leadms from McKelve's Mills lo Etner Furnace.on
the south hy laud of James Re.vler. and on the north
eat by lauds of Daniel Helwig, and John Notestine,
containing Twenty Five Acres and Twenty -fteveu
Perches. -not improved," with thj appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to he sold as the
property oi Auel T homas,
At the same time and place, by virtue of a writ of
venditioni RiroSAS. a certain tract of land situate in
Catawissa Tow nlnp, Columbia County, containing
One Hundred and Suty Acres, more or less, boumi-
m.A nn tin. north l.v Inmld fl.l llnrrv 11,11 on tlir WPtft
ratiie Burns, with the aupp'irtf-np.nces ,
HclT.c.t. taken in execution aud to be sold as the
property of Cideou Arndt
SAMUEL SNYDER. Sheriff,
Bloomsburg, Dec. li. lstiti,
QO TO BROWER S TO BUY YOUR
LUJIBEU ! LUMBER !
'fHE P.LOOMSKCRR LUYlCERING COMPANY
A would respectfully inform the public that they
now in - operation with an extensive assortment of
TJft VT? TyiT? rt TiH
and are now prepared to supply all orJers nt short
notice and at the lowest prices for cash, Their as
sortment ol lU'itber consists of
While Einc I'lajsL, Hoards.
FIonrin'T, &iTacc boards,
Sidini nciulock IM.mL'.
planed or unplaned, lo mit pttrchaicrs Framo Stuff.
Joice and Scantlr.ig of all sizes. Their Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard is situated at the Railrond Depot,
very conveniently for shipping lumber by the enrgo
1 hey are constantly manufacturing luiiiber of all
kinds, and persons who desire lumber of every de
scription will do we!l toelamiiie their Flock before
purchasing elsewhere. They are determined and em
inently prepared to sell as ckeap as the cheapest.
They aUo desire to infxrin the public and especially
those w bo wish to purchase bill -stuff that they have
one Mill specially prepared to cut timber of almost
evsry size and length required. Those w ishing to
build or contractors for building, can save money, by
giving un tall.
The undersigned would also anncunce that they
are prepared to do all kind of repairing of Machinery,
such as Threshing Machines. Mowers, Reapers and
all kinds of agricultural implements, updn reasona
Address . F. C. E YF.R. Sec y.
Bloomsburg, 8ept. 19.1H66. Bloomsburg. Pa.
CllOOL TEACHERS WANTED.
rw ii p ci.nl n;r..rnr, nf FranVltn Tnw n,h! n Pn
II U uviiuwi ' - - - -- - ........... - - .
1 n in bia County, are desirons of hiring a male school
leacber, to take charge of a school in said Town
ship, for four months, to whom Thirty Dollars per
month will be paid. Application to be made imme
diately to the Directors.
H.J. REEDER, Secretary.
Dec. 5th. 18G6.
WILL. BUV.MY GOODS AT
LETTERS of administration mi the estate of O. P,
Runyan. late of Madison Township. Columbia Coun
ty, deceased have been grunted by ; the Register of
said Ctiunty, to John Smith, who resides in Madison
Township, Columbia County. All persons having
QHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR..
15. II. STOnftJGXt
Has just opened in connection with hi Confection
ary Store a new and splendid stock of
specially designed for the amusement of the young
lolks. He calls 'he attention of all who deaire to
make some present to their little ones, t" this depart
ment of his trade, which is supplied in part with
Doll of all. Descriptions,
Whips, Drums, Sleds. Balls, and including every va
riety of Toys.
He has also replenished his hitherto large stock of
foreign and Domestic Cont'ectiuu
erirs, Nuts aud Fruits,
and is prepared to fill orders in large and small quan.
lilies nrouiptl". His stock in thi branch f his trade
compares favorably with any in Middle l'cnnsylva-
"i!U HIS KEFRESHMEXT SALOON
long the resort of all who are in want of ' the rjeliea
ciesof the season, is still open, and he offers for the
consumption i f the best
Oysters in tle JBarfcct,
always fresh, dished in every style
of cooking.and will supply fii'" j 1 7 J. V d l" US L?"
sonable prices, with a good quality of OYSIt.R3 by
the quart or can, or in the shell. ..,
E7- Remember the place is a lew d" " f,,
Exchange Hotel, iu the
Bloomsbur;, Dec. 12, 13''.C, tf.
NOTICE is hereby eiven that on the Cth day "f
December. A. D.. 18bli. sundry .nhab.ian.s of I he
Borough ofCcntraMa. presented a pel. Ion to the
Court nf Common Pleas, of Columbia County, pray -ing
the said Court to grant a Charter of Incorporation,
uncer the name, style and title of - The Presbyteri
nn Church of the Borough jf Centralia." with the
richtsand privileges therein stated, and if M sum
cient cause is shown to the contrary, on the,""1
day of ih- next term, the 4ih day of February. 1807,
the prayer of the petitioners will be granted accord
ing to the Act of Assembly, in such case made and
provided. By the Conrt.
JESSE COLEMAN, Trothonotary.
Dec, 12, 1306. 3l.
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Nov. i-i. lstiti- 4w.
FA Kill FOll SALE.
THE undersigned will offer his Valuable Farm nt
Public Sale, situated In Main Tuwnship, Columbia
County, about three miles norih-vasl of the town of
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2oTU, ISCrt,
At 10 o'clock A. M. containing
1G4 Acres, More or Less,
about one hundred acres ch-ared land and in a good
state of cultivation, 15 acres meadow-land, the bal
ance wtill timtirred with chestnut, hickory, oak, pine
and other timber.
There art; erected on the premises, a large
A New Irani e House, A ltory and a half
fcfiuall Frame Iloue,
A Large Frame Bank r.arn, A Wagon-Shed, and oth
er Out-Kuildings.all of which are comparatively new,
and well arranged. Ah excellent ORCHARD is on
Hie premises, in vthichare grown nearly . "ill kinds of
good fruit. There m uIko on the premises, plenty of
in-ver-(filling WATER, near the buildings, besides a
strea n of water running through the place. " '
Cy Conditions will be made known on day of sale.
GEORGE S HU MAN.
JOSEPH WINTERSTEEN. Auctioned.
Main Township. Nov. -d, Icotij 4t.
JEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! !
FOil FALL and WE A THIS,
R. W. ROW-MAN'S
O 21 A E V X : L X Ti
Til E undersigned has iiift recc'VPd a verv larire
and excellent assortment of FALL AND WINTER
(OOltS. w huh he proposes to sell at very low rates
He has Ihe bebt niialiti.s of
CHECKS, ic kr..
'i'hc Grocery 2cpattmcxat
is filled with the best quality o( fresh groceries and
provisions, such as siig.tr, molasses. Hour, salt, fi.sh.
(l u in . baron, spices, ice.
Country pro luce t iken in ex-.hange for goods,
fur which the highest mark-l pric- will be given.
f Don't fail to give him a call and secure great
R. W. BOWMAN
Orangoville, Nov. 2.. liG. 3in.
T ti 82 tilt A T C A 1 9 Si
JI'T mitilihpil. in n Reeled enve
i t I ...... !.;. a T. i iini. A Inrlura ill iho
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lui'i;. ii i. v iviii,. - .it-.. .... ....
17 - . ..... j ii I . . . . . .. .'
- , j n.iiure. treaiiueni isiui r.iiiicui cun: ui
l-' Seminal eakness or Spermatorhoea,
Induced bv Self-Abuse ; Involuntary Lmis sions. Im
potency Nervous Debility and. Imp -dimeuts to
Marriage generally; Consumption. Epilepsy, and
Fits Mental unl riiysical Incapacity. -c. I y
Robert J. Culvcrwtll. M, D.. author of tin 'Green
Rook,' &.c. . , - , ,
The world renowned author, m this admirable Lec
ture clearly proves from his own exp rl. t'ce. that
h- awful consequences of Well-Abuse m iy b etl-ct-u
illy removed w ithout .Medicine, and without dan
gerous sur-ical operations, bougies, instruments,
rm, or cordial?, pointing out a mode t.f cure at
omcV certain and effectual, by which every sulterer.
no matter what Ins condition may ho. may cure
himself cheaply, gnvately and radically. 1 his Lec
ture will prove a Loon to thousands ninl thousands.
Sent under ea. to anv address, in a plain envelope,
on receipt of six cents, or two postase stamps.
Also Dr. Culverwell s Marrige fiuide, price 2j cenls.
Address", CI AS. J. C KUNEk.U,
1-J7 Bowery, New York, P. O. box 4j;u
October 17, Ir'ttf. ly Peas & Co.
J. J. UI10WEH
IS AGA1X AT HIS OLD STAND
With a Large and Well
SELECTED STOCK OF
v here he will be h!ppy to meet his
OLE) CUSTOMS EJUS
And all Hie r.ew ones who wish to buy
AS CIIEAr ASTIU: CHKAl'KST, ASI
GOOD AS: THE SEST.
His stock is being constantly bciDg replenished w ith
L iSTKKK ilIAKKETS.
Bloomsburg. Nov. 7, ISC.6,
JJACII1NE AND REPAIR SHOP.
THE undersigned wonld most respectfully an
nounce to the public generally, that he is prepared
to execute all kinds of MACHINERY, at JOSEPH
SUARPLESS' FOUNDRY, in ll'.oon.sburg. w here he
can alwavs be found readv to do all kinds of repair
ins, including Threshine Machines, and m short, alt
kinds of Farming Utensils. 4U.SO, TC RN I Nil AND
F1TING UP OF C A S I' I N G A N D MACHINERY,
done on short notice, iu a good workmanlike man
ner, upon the most reasonable terms.
His long experience in the business. a foreman In
the shop of Lewis H. Maus of this place, for oyer
nine years, warranta hint rn saying that he can give
entire satisfaction fa all who may favor him with
,hC" W0'k- GEORGE HASSERr:
K 3 s
55 S 52
The subscriber having purchased the well estab
lisbrd stand, known as
hear Rohrsbitrg. t'flumbia County and having put
the machinery 1.1 first-rale repairs, is prepared to do
i n the best manner, and upon ttie shortest noticn.
Those favoring him with their custom may rely on
having their work well done.
HENRY H. SANDS.
Greenwood, June 6, lSf.fi.
The undersigned respectfully announces thnt he
has refittted a shop, in Court House alley, opposite
the ExchnnKe llo'el. where he is pr"p"red to con
duct Ihe barbering hiiim.ss In all its branches.
The art of coloring whiskers and mousiacses is
practiced by him most skillfully. He also cleans
dialling, making them look nearly as good as nw.
upon tin-, mot r-asmable terms. tSive In 111 a trial.
iT7 Hair Tonic ff the very best quality, us d for
cleaning hair, kept conat-ntly on hand, ami for sals
a. MX. ULL1.S.
Cloomsbt:rg, April 05, 1SGG. tf.
0 HOTEL & SALOON KEEPERS
Ol llloonisbnrg and Columbia County I hnva ap
pointed Mr. U. r"tonner asent for the sate of mv Ale,
I'orler, Kruwn rlout, ana i.ager Heer. who will sup
ply you at the same price (and with tl:e same article.)
as 1 would furnish you troiu Hie brewery. Knowing
that he will be punctual and and attentive to nil
lin n.;y favor him with their trade, I solicit tor
him your support. ery respectfully,
1 Kt,I I .A I. r.n .
Steam Brewery, Reading, Pa.
Ssptcmbar SS, 16CG
This Inr-titution which is second to none in the
fidvactaees it affords vounz Ladies and Gentlemen
for acquiring a useful and ornamental Education, will
commence its next lerm
NOVEMBER 10 TIT, ISCG.
C7" For Circular, address the Princinal.
HENRY CARVER, A. M.
Bloomsburg, Nov, 7, lGt.
ISSOLUTION" OF l'AllTSKESUIP.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership late
ly existing between Williamson H. Jacohy and Elijah
R. lkcler, of bloomsburg, under the firm of Jacob?
St Ike ler, was dissolved on the 2!M day of Septem
ber, llCo. by Elijah R. lkcler selling his interest in
the partnership to Jo-mho P.Shuman. Mr.Shiiman.
has also purchased Mr. Ikeler's interest in the book
accounts of the said pa rtnership. to receive all cred
its due Elijah R. Ikeler o slid books, and to pay
said Ikeler's share of Ihe debts of tin. late firm
Tbcrjfore, all rtebts due the firm of Jacoby St Ike-
lf r, are to be paid to, and those due frmu the same.
are tn be iiivcharged by v illiamson II. Jatoby and
Josiah P. Shuiuan, at I'donirsburg, here the business
will be coutinued under the firm ol Jacoby Sc sli
man JACOliY tt IKELER.
Blonnsburg, Nov. H, 1?SG.
NEW TOBACCO STORE.
II. II. IIUNSRERGER,
Main Street, behic the "American House,"
0 0 2& S 5 V1XQ, V. A . ,
tV'here he kevps on hand, and furnishrs to the home
and count-y trade, at Philadelphia (.lowest; prices,
FIXE IT AM) TLIG TOBACCO,
DO.MEST1C AND IMPORTED CIGARS, all kinds of
SnuiTs, Mcersi (iaun and Briar Wood Tipes, andall
articles pertaining to his trade.
C7" Those small retail dealers in cigars and chew
ing tobaccos, would do well to fine him a call, in
stead of sending to th-; cities for every article they
need or purchasing of these country pedlars.
November l, lci.6. 3m.
XLTUTOR S NOTICE.
Estate of Danid W. Montgomery. Deed.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of Daniel
W. Montgomery, lale lif Orangevill e. Coliinilii i
C'oiiiity. h ve been granted by the Register of Colum
bia County, to Peter Ent. ot Light Street Pa. All
persons having c'anns against the estate are re quest
ed t o present them for settlement and thoe indebted
to the estate eithe r on note or bock account will make
pay incut to the Executor without delay.
PETER ENT, Executor.
Light Street, Nov. 28, l?iib.-Cv.
E W 1 1 AIR DRESS I NCf-SALO ON.
A New Hair Cutting, Shavinff. and Dying Saloon,
has been opened in the rear of llunsberger's Tobac
co Store, niooinsburg, where all kinds of work in
the barbering line will be nently and promptly at
tended to Being n the same siJe of the street with
nil the He-Ms. there is no need of crossing the street,
thrntich the m id, to get to the shop.
Hair work manufactured to order. I adies wishing
their Itair dressed in Watcr-ta!'. or otherwise, with
or without rrimp. will be attended to by a lady, ia
(7 Ki-member the place . Main Street, rear of
HunsberL'cr's '1 obacco Store.
Nov. '.S. lebti.
JjiARM AT PRIVATE SALE.
TH E under? igned will offer his Farm at Triv ute
Sale, situated in H'-mlick Township, Columbia Coun
ty, Pa., two miles and a ha:t west cf Buckhorn, con
S lu V EX T Y-T t - II E 2 13 A C EE US
more or less. There is on the premises food
and all the necessary out-buildings. There is al3o
ou Ihe premises a good
in which nearly all kinds of good fruit are growd.
An excellent weil of water at the door.
CT7"" For particulars address the subscriber on the
J. H, STECKER, Back horn, Ta.
Dec 12, 1?GG. Im.
lrn indebted to cith
er of me undersigned, on Book. Note or Judgment,
are requested to make payment without delay if they
would save cos,.. VrKELYY, NF.M. Co.,
W. MtKELVY & C.
August 22, 1S66. tf.
WT IX A P P I N G7AND MIN IN G P A-
f f PER. Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
rer Mills at Mil! Grove, near Bloomsburg, Columbia
County, Pa.. 1 am now prepared to till all order for
Wrapnine. Dry Blasting and Water Proof Paper, on
short notice and fair prices. I have opened a ware
house in Wllken Barre. and appointed Joseph Krown
of the firm ot Brown. Grayk. Co., my agent to dispose
of my paper it. Luxernc ComV xar,NCH
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHIT,
A positive mai Epoclftc Remedy tor dlaeaaai of tfca
TtUdder. Elder. Crsttl sd Dropalasa BwUlaa.
This Madieltre innresMa the powers of aigwtlon, and
txdtcs the absorbents Into botltbvvactlon,by vHIob Om
watoryorotlcareoua dcposltloos, and all Tumalnral
lnrgements arc reduced, ts well aa pain amd lalUMBiaaB
axid Is cood for zuoa, women end children;
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
For weakness arising from F.xcesaes, Ilablta of Dissipa
tion, Early Iadl&croUon, attended wltu tLa followtng
Indisposition to Exertion,
Losa of roxror.
Difficulty of Eroathlnff.
Tain In a Bck,
Flashing of the Body.
Eruptions of the Faoa.
Los ot Memory,
"VTeci Kerr 08,
Horror of Disease, )
Dimnees of Vial on,-, -
Dryness of the SMa,
L nlTernbl Laasitade,
Thee symptoms, if allowe'l to go on (wbiob thU Medt
elno Invariably removes), soon follow
FATTJITT, EPILEPTIC FITS, &04
In one of which the patient may expire. "VTho feao say
they are not frequently followed by those "direful die
nxSATITT A3TD COSStTMPTIOS t
if any nro nware of the cause of tbslr snfferlng.bat bom
trill confess. The records of the inline asylums aod Qi5
melancholy donths by consurnptloa bear ample wits ass to
the truth of ihe assertion:
The Constitution, once affected by organlo veefaMn,
rcguli cs the aid of medicine to strengthen and Invigorate
the r.ystem, rhlca IltLMBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHV
lsrui lt! decs. A trial will convince the moat eceptteaL
In r.i?ry etTPctlons pccnllar to Females, foe Ermie
r.vcEr Is nneqauled hy any other remedy, and for ell
cos,. plaints Incident to the sex, or In the
DECLEfE OB CHANGE OF LITE,
f lT SEB SVTtPTOSIfl AJSOTX.
t7 Uo ramily should Toe without lb
Take 110 r.alpara. Mercury, or onpleossst modtclne tot
hnpleasant and danr;erona diseases.
U liAlUUbt uuuUU
Cures Secret Cireaeee)
In all tbclr stages little expense, little or no change etf
diet, no inconvenience, and NO EXPOS UE.
For all tlTer'Joria and diseases ot these organs, whether
EXISTEiO IX MATT-: OB FEMALE,
From whatever cause originating, and no matter bow long
f landing. Diseases cf Utcso organs reqnlre the eld of e
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCKU-
Is the Great Diuretic.
Ar.d it is certain to hero the daoirci cCect la all dbeaeot
for which it li recommended.
BLOOD! 8LOCD! BLOOD!
HTTHT.T cojrmrjrrBXTED coaDPoxnr
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
For porifyiPfj the Blood, removing all chronlo rtts?
tlonal diucases arirtn; from an Impnre etato of Ihe ElcoJ,
end the only reliable and effectual kbo-xn rcmody for i!:i
care of Scrofula, Fcald Head, Salt lOienm, Pulna and
Ewclllngs of the Bolcs, Tlceratlona or the Throct asd
Legs, Elotches.rtaplce on the Face, Tetter, Erystpclw!,
end all scaly Eruptions of the Skin,
AX IHSATJTIFVIXG. THE CC21,E33CX,.
irOT A I ETV
of the worn Clsorders that affiict mankind artea frrm the
corruption that accumulates la the Elood. Of til tho il
coreries that have been made to purge it oat, nono c-j
equal la cllcct He li cold's Cojcpocxd Exteact or f as- .
e.U'ARii.LjL. It cleanses and rezovatos the Elood, InaUIs
tho vigor of health ir.to tha cyttem, and purpee out tho
Lnmora vLlch make di3Cise. It etimclatee the bosltty
fnrx'lonfidnf tho body, and expt'.s the disorders that grcr
cmyracklffin the blood. Eneh a remedy that cenld t-a
relied on has long hoe a 60Eht for, and notr.for the first
time the putllc tavo one 03 which they can depend. Car
rpacc here docs net admit of certificates to show its cJT&cts.
I a t tho trial of a single bottle will show to the sick that It
L ia Its virtues surpassing anything they have ever tnkcn .
Two tablespoonfal of the Extract of Saraap&rQla nddcj
to a pint of water is e;aal to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and
cae bottle Is fully ejual to a gallon of the ejxtrp of Sna
rrl'.lj, or lliw ucccUoa aa usually made.
HELIIEOLD'S E.0SE WASH,
An excellent Lotion for diseases arUlng from hablu ef
dissipation, need In connection with the Extracts Bochvi
and Sarsaparlllavln each diseases as recommended. Evi
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accompany the medicines. Also explicit directions for
use, tta.1 h'intlrt'U pf thousands living witnesses, and op
watds of S.3,00 nEsolIcited ccrtlficatea and rccomraenJn
tory letters, many of which are from the highest sources,
lucludliig eminent rhysicUns, Clergymen, Etatcemeo, &e.
The Proprietor has never resorted to their pablleetion in
the newspapers ; he dees not do this from the fact that hie
articles rank as Standard Preparations, and do Dot &ee4
to be propped np by certiScatcs.
The Science of Xedlclnc.llke the Doric Column, should
stand simple, pure, majestic, having Fact for ita besia,
laucUon fwr lu f illar, and Truth alono for Its CeptuL
Jry Txtrae t rarsoparl'.la U a Elood rnr!2cr ; my Txtreci
Puchn Is a I iuretlc. and will act as such In all casce.
Eoth arc prepared on purely sclenUHo prlaclplee
Ticuo and ere tho most active measures cf cither that
can bo made. A roa Jy and conclusive test will bo a oora
rarlson cf their properties wltii those act forth la fie ftL
lowlcg worts :
co Dispensatory of the Called States.
See Trofc&sor Dxwixa' raloablo works oa tLe Practice!
Of Th Trie.
Fee remarks mdc ty the celebrated Dr.rnTSii, Fhlla.
fe remarks tuadeVy Dr. Epiuuui McDowell, a eele
brated TLjelcIan cad ilember or the Eoysl Coll ego of
Enr-eons, Ireland, snd pnillihcd ia the Traneaetloaa of
the King and Queen's JoornaL
See Medico-Cbirurglcal Ecvlew. pnbllshcl by Bb54ji
Travzbs, Fellow of the Hoyal College of Eurgeone.
ce moot of the Uto standard works oa Mediaine.
POLD BT ALL DUrGGISTS ETEBTWIIEr.
Addrees letters for information, in confldenee, to
II. T. nELMBOLD, ChemisL
Flelmbold'e Drug and Cuctntcal Warehoue
Ho. 594 SE0AUWAT, HEW Y0, tui
IlelTi hold's Medical Depot,
lis, 101 S3UTii TLX! J EX, PEXLADELPHIA,
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