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' LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ?
. BLOOMS BURG :
Wednesday, Dec. 26, 1866.
i -1 1 1 '
3 Wi will thank our readers for all local occur
rences in their immediate! localities. If they no not
desire to write a Communication for the public eye,
fat them send ut J brief statement of everything of
iatcraet la their respective communities. A lift of
marriage, deaths, . accideuts, Ures, removals, busi
ness changes, isc ; V will put thera in foyii. The
mora raeia ot tot Kind w can get the better it will
suit us and our readers. Who will do it?
To Advertisers. Persans wishing advertisements
inserted, must hand them in early on Tuesday morn
ing to insure their ineertion for that week.
5?, The Editors of this Journal take this
method of wishing their- patrons, one and
a J, 'A Happy New Year. ' '
EST The new Methodist Episcopal Church,
in Sugarbaf Township, this County, will be
dedicated tin the 1st day of January, 1S67.
v &.Read the communication from Green
wood., in to-day's paper. The writer sees
things properly; and through the right kind
of glasses; -: - '
to-. Funny. -The Columbian glorifying
over the change made in certain petty offices
in this County, in which nobody supposes it
had any hand or lot - .
J&O William Sxtdeb, Treasurer of the
Bloomshurg Literary Institute fund, notifies
the stockholders, in this paper, to come for
ward and pay the fourth installment.
'S3" Henry Rosenstock, of this place, is
executing some handsome ferro-photograph
ic pictures. Price, eight for one dollar. For
a true; life-like picture, call on Mr. llosen
stock. -r zr" " . - '
ZJCSTA Toi-l To see the Columbian, that
mongrel sheet in this place, which is about
ready to collapse, claiming Epccial credit for
the large Democratic vote in this County.
.at .our late election.
2J It is not safe to buy gool3- of those
who do not adVertisa. They have old styles
an inferior quality, extortionate prices, o,
there 13 something wrong with the proprie
tor. Put this down in your diary.
- EST Tho protracted meetings in this place
are still in progress, and a considerable nutn
ber. have confessed religion and been added
to the church foil. Thsreis, however, lot3
of material left to work upon.
... EmT, We have been requested to announce
in our paper that, the colored portion of the
community will hold a donation and festival
at the residence of Mrs. Greene, in this
place, od New Year Day, for the benefit o
their church and pastor.
'Z,ZF' All those of our subscribers owinar
vs for the present volume cf the Democrat
a.xd Stab are respectfully requested to im
jneiliately settle the same. We intend mak
ing mechanical improvements upon our pa
per, aoon, and must have money.
' JtQ" Bloom sburg has the reputation, and
justly too,- of possessing more and prettier
girls tnan any town of its size in the State.
Report has it, that they all go forthe Union.
That' right Its better to be together, en
joying peace and harmony, than to be scpa
rate.- : ' -
rT Attention is called to the notice in
another column of the starting of the next
terra of the Bloomsburg Literary Institute,
in this place. This school is in a nourishing
condition, under the charge ofTrof. Henry
Cabyeh. The new building is rapidly draw
ing towards completion.
BQ. Our devil says, it seems to be a eet
tied point; now, that those ladies who wear
their dresses so long behind as to drag the
earth, either have contracts with the street
Supervisors for sweeping the pavements, or
their feet are eo large and ugly as to make
them ashamed of them.
?It is the intention to change the name
of one paper at the commencement of the
next' volume", ' and niake it read "Blooms
burg Star and Democrat," the first and
last word to form the prominent part of the
title. . .The present title we think a little too
lengthy for convenience and good taste.
Eif-- The Peak Family the Swiss Bell
Ringers gate an exhibition of their per
formances on the bells, in Snyder's Hall, at
this place, on Thursday evening last, to a
large and respectable audience. Their per
. formance upon the hells, as well as their vo
cal music, was most excellent. Come again.
Rumor has it that the special John
ton Organ, in this place, is sxn to "kick the
bucket" "How is it? Who supposed its
life would be so short? The "child" could
not have . been Very . healthy. Dr J ohn
should hare been calbd in to administersome
or his famous medicine, which he chooses
to 'caff Trct-nep7r 7 "' ; -
I Singular. Last : week, as one . of our
neighbors wa3 about butchering, one of his
Bwine attempted to escape and on being pur
sued, suddenly turned round and fell to the
ground. . It was immediately slaughtered,
and on investigation, it was discovered,- that
its back-bone was broken and seperated near
ly three inches I - ' -
t3 The Carrier's Address. The Car
rier requests us io eay, that, he will call on
the subscribers of the Democrat and Star,
on the morningof the First of January,
1867, with his annual address which he
hopca will be received in a spirit that will be
satisfactory not only to the parties concerned,-but
especially; to the Carrier Master
Montz.-. - 1 -
ts William Qiljiore,' who keeps one
of the best Saloons In tins part of the coun
try, best regulated,' best oysters, andbe3t
ale and lager, -will please accept the thanks
of tue' Editors,' r.nd all the employees of this
ofUce", down to tne Devil, for that fat, plump,
young TURKEY,' sent to our Mansion as a
Curli-tciM ' -present We ' appreciate K such
gifts and never allow them to slip our taeai
crv. Zh.j Vi shadow never grow less, and
- Auction I Auction 1 1 At H. W.
Creasy & Co.'s Store iri Light Street, on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday anil Saturday
Evenings, of this and next Treelc. lie will
offer all kinds of goods commonlyi 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.
3?" "We notice that certain parties at
Bcllefonte are moving in ths enterprise of
erecting a paper mill at that place. We are
glad to see this spirit prevail. The Liali
price of printing paper demand- eomct'un
of the kind. The starting of new mills may
have a tendency to bring down the price of
paper. The old operators have become rich
and independent Success to the enterprise
T Daniel A. Beckley, bookseller and
stationer, at this place, has just received at
his 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 o
i:,v. i ;m n-r" t r..
MriiiL-u tie w in sea cneap ior casa. ctore on
the Bouthwestcornerof Market Street Give
him a call.
We direct attention to the card of
Col. J. Ottenkirk, Proprietor of tho ."Fait-
lon House,' at Lock Haven'; Pa., publish
ed elsewhere in our columns. The "Fallon
House" is one of the most spacious and ele
gant eaiuces extant and has long been one
of the first-class Hotels in Lock Haven.
Col. Ottenkirk has had large experience,
as Proprietor of the "Madison House," ia
Philadelphia, and is a gentleman who knows
how to "keep a Hotel.". ...
Frank Leslie for the month of Jan
uary is received. It is a splendid number,
surpasses all other numbers that we have
seen. This Magazine enjoys a fine circula
tion, and we have no doubt that it is liberal
ly (as it should be) supported. Subscrip
tion price", per annum, $3.50. Send and get
it, all who desire a first-class Magazine, one
unequalled in embellishments and fashion
plates of the firit order, and in point of lit
erature few if any equals. Published by
Frank Leslie, New York.
The stockholders of the Lackawan
na and Bloomsburg Railroad Company will
hold their annual meeting in Scranton, on
tho Hth of January 13G7, for the ensuing
3'car. See notio3 in another column.
While other Railroad Companies have
withdrawn one of their passenger trains, this
Company through it3 efficient Superintend
ent, Mr. Fonda, have continued to accom
modate the traveling public by running two
passenger train over their road, daily, both
north and south. For this public spirit the
Company an; really entitled to credit.and we
hope their efforts have and will continue to
be liberally rewarded.
Received. The December number of
The American Farmer, which closes the
volume for IS Go, with index complete. A
new volume commences with the January
number for 1867, and now i3 a good time for
those who wish a good Agricultural and
Horticultural Journal to subscribe. We no
tice that special pains are taken to secure
correspondence from all parts of our coun
try, which makes it invaluable to the agri
culturist. Price only $1.00 ayear. Address
John Turner, Rochester, N. Y.
Build Houses. Our town needs now,
more than anything ele, an increase oi
dvvellinghousesfor the people houses which
our mechanics and laborers can purchase,
and thus put their earnings and savings into
permanent form. We have the men of cap
ital in this place, who could, if they were so
disposed, meet tbi3 demand for houses. We
call upon our business men to unite and
build homcs fur each to build one, two or
three, as they can spare the means from
EST Bad Luck. The fates geera to le
after Mr. Boggs Smith, of Selinsgrove. A
ew weeks ago he went to Philadelphia and
purchased a stock of faland winter good?.
On their way hither, the car in which they
were being transported took fire somewhere
above Reading, and all the goods belonging
to Mr. Smith, Mr. Glover and other parties
in that county, were consumed. Mr. Smith
immediately returned to Philadelphia and
made a re-purchase, and his goods were
agian shipped, but unfortunately were on
the flat that sunk in the river, near that
place, the other day. Lycoming Gazette.
We notice that a large number ofonr
exchanges have suspended publication this
week. At one time we contemplated doing
the same thing, but after fully consulting
our better judgment in the matter, conclud
ed not to suspend during the holidays. It
would have been a saving to us of 552.25 in
cash and no considerable loss to each" sub
scriber, but at . the same time we have con
tracted with our patrons to furnish them
with a paper, weekly, and they expect us to
do so, unless prevented by circumstances
over which we have no control. Our exnen-
s, in a single .' publication, are a3 follows,
which we might have saved, had we been
disposed to take that amount off our patrons :
There, ars several ether . items of expense
attending the getting out of a single publi
cation of. our paper, but not of sufficient im
portance "to note down. . Of course we do
'not put down boarding of hands, rents, taxes,
license, or interest on capital invented, as
those are expenses that are perpetual, and
the euspmsion of a week, in the eourse of a
year, cannot affect r them. Thus, those who
have an idea that publishing a weekly news
paper is a sniatl affair j can form a different
opinion Jn the Tmatter, if they - are " not al
ready too much prejudiced; and those of our
patrons who have had any doubts as to
whether we needed money, whea they saw
notices to our delinquents to pay up, can dis
pel that from .their .minds., -.To make the
printing business pay, these times, what is
needed, is a large number of advance sub-,
ecribers and plenty of advertising and job-'
work. With the high price of paper and
-The circulation of the Democrat
and Star; in the County, and the attractive
appearance of the paper, has made it a me
dium for advertising of more than ordinary
importance, hence the crowded state of our
columns. We promise our readers, if the
advertising patronage continues, an enlarge
ment, making our paper the largest of the
County- Journals. We are determined to
advance with the progress and business of
our Town and County, so that each issue of
the paper will afford a pleasing certificate
of its prosperity and enterprise. .
VJ' Christmas Times and Sleighing Par
ties "ain'tas they used to was" ten or fifteen
years ago, when whiskey the best, was five
cents a glass, (with a segar thrown in,) and
when a good horse and sleigh could be had
all night for two dollars. Fifty cents used to
be the established price for a ride to Berwick
and back(in parties,) and a good supper
could be had for three levvics. For a two
dollar note a fellow could take his sweet
heart to Danville, and enjoy a whole night's
frolic and fun, and the livery man and the
hotel keepers made more money than they
do now. To go through the same folly now,
spoilt the face of a ten dollar greenback.
The consequence is, the young men save
their change and the girls don't go a sleigh
ing not much. Oh, for the good old Dem
Forney Withdrawn. John W. Forney
has written a letter to the Hon. Wiluier
Worthington, of West Chester, in which he
asks a withdrawal of his name, should it be
presented in the Radical caucus as a candi
date for United States Senator. lie al.so de
clares his preference for Thad. Stevens, as
the best man to succeed Senator Cowan.
VVriEAT.per bashel. 2 f-0 B17TTEO. - - 45
RVB. .. .. 50 f-.GC.S . . . 30
L'ORV, " 1 10 POTATOES. - - ' 75
BUCKWHEAT, I 00 URIEL) AISLES. M
FLOL'lt per bbl. 14 00 HAMS ... -j
CLOVERSEEO, 5 50 BAl.'OV, . lu
FLAXSEED 2 70 HAVbytbelon. 23 00
151,'C'KWIIEAT Flour.3C0 LARD, pr lb. 23
lJ addressed envelope and 3 rcnid.aud 1 will send
you some valuable information that w ill please you.
AUuress .MAul iUUUUl., CJl uroudway, V.
May Hi, Jcoo. Jy.
JilillOKS OF YOUTH.
A gem'eman who suffered for years from Nervous
Debility, Prematura Decay, and all the ellucts of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suiF-riiig hu
inanity, send fr-.-e to all who need it, the recipe alid
directions for making the simple remedy ty which he
was cured. SulTorer wishing to profit by the adver
users experience, cau d ) so by aJdressin;
JOHN C. OGDEV,
No. n Chambers i.t.. New York,
Fcl.. 2S JG6. ly. S.M.P.
THE Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs, fertv dif
ferent styles, adapted to s.-icred and" secular music. for
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HAMLIN, Costo!, or M4SO.N' UiOTIlEUS, New
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Til EC LORY OF MAN IS STRENGTH. A gentle
umn wt.o uu"fr"d fur years fioin Nervous and
Genital Dchilily, Nightly Kmission-. and Seminal
Weakness, the result of youthful iudiscretiou . and
rame near em'intr his days in iiopeles misery, will,
for the sake of suffering nil1ll semi to any one a:llicl
ed, the simple means used by him. which effected a
cure in a few weeks alter the failure of numerous
medicines. Send a directed envelope and stamp and
it will cost you nothing Aildresn.
EUliAH I'll fcl MA IN. i-.vin SUN.Y. City.
STRANGE BUT TRUE.
Every youns lady and gentleman in the United
States can hear something very much to their advan
tage by rcurn mail (free of charge.) by addressing the
undersigned. Those having Tea's oi being humour
ed will olilije by nut noticing this card. All others
wjil please address their obedient servant.
THOS. P C1IAP.WAV.
c'3l Croadway, New York.
Fib. 23, l?f.S ly.S M P
rCH SPECIAL CASES.
No. 14 Bond St, New York.
CI7 Full infor.Tiuion, with tbe highest testimonials;
also, n Hook on Special Diseases in a seilci envelope,
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Nov. 14, lfiG, ly. S. M. P.
T)1VFV1.'SS TIT TVTIX'K:
- - ' -'..A..'-AJ
And Catarrh, treated with the utmobt success, by J.
ISAACS. M. D. . Oculist and Aurist (formerly of Ley
den, Holland.) No. 513 FIX E Stitet. PII ILAIl'A.
Testimonials, from the mo.-i reliable hources in the
City and Country can be seen at hii otfice. The med
icul faculty are invited to accompany tluir pstients.
as he has no secrets in his piactice AKTIPICIAL
EYES, iuserled vrrtlioat ris. No charge lor exam-iati'-
f April 25. ISG6. ly.
Are superior to all others for
FAMILY AND MANCFACTL'RI VG PURPOSES.
Contain 1 1 the latest improvements are speedy
noiseless ; d'lr.ible ; and easy to work.
Illustrated Circulnis free, Ajrenta wanted. Lib-cr--il
c'lscouut allowed. No consignment made.
Ad..'ress EMl'lRC S. M, CO,, lilo Broad way, New
September 5, 18G6.-Iy.-A. Sc. Co.
TO CoKrpTATivis The advertiser
restored to health in a few weekn hv
a very sim
ple remedy .after having suffered several years, with a
sever" fung affection, and that dread disease. Consumption-is
anxious to make wn to his fellow
sufferers the means 01 cure
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription Bscd.ffrecc.1 Charge. with the directions lor
preparinj and using the game, which they will find a
stTR ccre for Consumption, Asthmy, Crnnchitis.Colds
Coughs etc. The only object 01" the advertiser lit
sending the rresriiptina is to benefit the nfflicteJ.and
spre id information which, heenneeives to be invaluable
end he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it
will cost them nothing, nnd niay prove a oles-ini.
Parlies wishing the prescription, free, hv reiurn
mail, will please addrpss Rev. K. A. WILSON,
Williamsburg Kings Connty.
Teb. 23, 1S6G.-Iy. S.M. P. New-York.
A Cough, A Cold, or
A Soro Throat,
uEvJIIReS IXXEDIATV ATTtKTtOsT, A!C
euucld gt cinema. r allowed
to costiuck, -
Irritation of the Lnngs, A Perma
nent Throat Disease, or Con
sumption IS OFTEIf 1BE KESUcT.
Having a direct influence to the parts, give immedi
For Bronchitis, Asthma. Catarrh, Consump
tive and Throat Diseases,
" TROCHES ARE CBED WI IB ALWATS OOOD SCCcrsS.
FINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will find Troches useful io clearing tbe voice when
taken frffore tinging or Speaking, and relieving the
Ibroat after ia anasual exertion of the vo.al organs.
Tin Troches) are recommended and prescribed by
Pbysiciaos. and have had testrmonrais from, eminent
men throughout tbe country. Betue an article of
true Merit, and having proved their efficacy by test
of many-years, each year finds them ia new localities
in various parts of the world, and the Troches are
niversally pronounced better than other artl cles.
Obtain only -Brown's Bronchia! Troches," aad do
n(.ttkanv of tn Tfri-,o"ji-!.:t..tvMj-
CONSUMPTION CURABLE BY
EE,. SCEENCK'S MEDICINES.
TO CURE C0NSCMPTION, the srateai mnst be
prepared 3 that Ike luos will huaU To accomplish
this, the liver and stomach mai first be cleansed and
an appatiie croaked tor (rood Tvholeeorae lood, which,
by th:e medicine will be L'C3tod properly, and
(rood LeaHhjr blood mi:o ; thus l uildlng up the
constitution. BCIIENJK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
cleanse tho stomach oi a'l bilious or mucous accumu
lations; and, br usiaj tho Sls Weed Tonic In con
nect'on. the eptKtf'!'' ip rolcrcd.
SCUE.NClk.'S PULMONIC SYECP la nutricioua
astvcli asiuei'cir.al, aad, by using tho three rmaedJe,
ell laipur'tiei ct expiYel lrom the system, and
good, wholiMome blood made, which will repel aU
diec&se. If pitlmta will takethe-w medicines accord
ing to direction?, Coueuaip Joa very frequently la
lu ia i slp.so yields readily to their action. Tate the
pUla freuenil, to e'oaaea tbi liveraad etomach. It
dots not i'ollor tha. t jja-o the bowels ai-e not cos
tiTe tiieare not rojulred, for souietluiej In dlan
hrca Ihfly era Eejer--y. lie atouiooh muot be kept
bcalthr, aad an ophite created to oiiow tho Pul
monic Srup to acton lh3rap:ra.ory organs properly
and allay auy irritalioa. Then all that is retired to
per.orm a p.-rmoneat care in, to prerent taking
cold. Txerciie aloul ihc rioiru aa much as pjuibii,
cat a l tho ritLctt food (at meat, rame, and. In lact,
anythics the cppotlto craves ; tutba particular and
toasticaie wcil. 2a j w. Rv mo x
How Lost, How Restored.
Just Published, a new edition of
. CULVER WELL'S Celebrated lissay on the rad
ical cure (wilnout medicine jurbpcrmniorihoea. Sem
inal Weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses. I m po
tency. Mental and Physic.il Incapacity, Impediment
to Mamas, etc. ;ilu lon sumption, Cpilepny, and
r its induced by celt-Indulgence or Sexual extrava
(Tv Prie. ina sealed envelope, only 6 rents.
Toe ciieoraiia aumor in mis admirable essay
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' success
ful practiee, that tbe alarming consequences of self
abuse may be radically cured without the danccr-
ous use f internal medicine cr the application of
the kn'te poinlmr oat a mode or cum 01 nnco sim
ple, curtain, and effectual, by means of which every
iUlferer, 110 matter what hit condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
f?- 'J hi lecture should be in the bands of every
j on III anu every man in inu tanu.
Sent, under eal, in a Hum envelope, to an? ad
dict post -yaid, 011 receipt of six cents, or two post
:IAS J. C.KLINE &. CO,
127 Cowery, New York. Post OlUce b( x, 453ii.
Dec I'J, IniK'..
Thejinst account cf Isaac Seigfrivd, com
mittee cf Dorcas Creceling, a Lunatic.
ALL persous intereste ! will lake notice that the
account of Isaac Seicfreid, committee of Ilorcas
t'reveliu;. a Lunatic, has been tiled in the I'rothono
tary's Otiice of C uumhia Ciunty, and that the kaid
account will be presented to the Judges 01" the Court
of Couiuioii Pleas of said County, lor -zaniiMaiiin
and cjiitirm-tion on Tl'tsDAV, THE FIc'Til DAV
OF FLUUL'AUV next.
JliSSE COLEMAN, Prothonotary.
Bloomsburg, Hcc 12, 1:63, oU
fotate of J'imcs Gibson, late of Grcemcuod
loicnship, Columbia County, dec d.
TUn un:lersi;:in.'il appointed Auditor, by the Or
phans Court of the County tf Columbia to settle and
adjust the rates aud proportions of the assets in Ihe
h;iuds of Abr.iha'ii Y01111;, Ailniinistrator of James
Gibson. dec'J.. acconliu; to the order estalilulicd by
law, lieieby C'ves notice to all parties interested, thai
he will attend to the duties of bis appointment, at
the office of the Recorder of Deeds, in Uloomsburg.
in said County, on S.-iturduy. the Twenty-sixth day o I
January, A. I)., HOT, at teu o'cl xk A. M. of said
day. All persons h iving claiinj or deurinds againsl
the estate of til : ilcceik-i.t are requested .0 present
tiic in to the auJitor. or be forever debarred from cum
nig in for a portiou of the t-.ii.l fund
JOHN G. FREEZE, Auditor.
B loomrburg, Dec. 12, louti. 4t.
Ett'ite of 0. P. Runyan, Deceased.
LETTERS of .?Iniiriislration n tlie estate of O. P
Runyan. lu e nf ATndisou Township. tVilumbia Couu
ly, deceased' have keen granted by the Itec'stcr of
s.:iJ County, to Ji.hu Smith, who r-hid?f in .Madison
Towuthip, Columbia C'nintv. All persons h.vi:i5
claims upon the ertate of the decedent are requeu
ed to make them known to the adiiiinicitatar, and all
those knowing themselves indebted to t he estate wiU
nuke immediate payment to
JOHN SMITH, Adm'r.
Madison Township. Doc i. lsib (it.
A DMINLSTRATOR'S NOTICE.
L'stale of Af.Tah.ain RobLins, late of JTiiJt
ingcrcrlc Ticp., Columbia County deed.
LETTERS of administration on the estate of Abra
ham Rolibins, late of Fislnngcreek Township, Co
luu'bia County, deceased, have been granted by the
Hesltf 1 of said County, to Eli Robbms, who resides
in the Township and County aforeaid. All persons
hav in? rluims on the estate of the decedent, are re
quested to present them lor settlement ; and thosr
indebted to the catxte will make payment wi.bout
ELI ROEBI3. Adra r.
Fishinicreek, D-jc. 12, ISiiii, tw.
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed
issued out of ihe Court ot Common fleas in the
County ot Columbia, will be exposed to public sai
nt the Court llo:ine, in iluoii;slnr, on SATl'KD.W
THB2'1I! OF DECEMBER, l-t.0, at 10 .clock i
the forenoon, the loilowing rt-al ctale l wit:
The following real estate the properly of Ab i
Thom.situnte in Caiawiasn Township. i n the Cinjii
ty of t oluuibia. bounded and dmheil as follOAV. t
wit: on ti.e south by lauds el iicr;e Zarr. on th.
east hv lands of William AlcKclvey, Soiouion Hrl
wi nnd Joseph t.'lewell on tue 11. r h by l.;mi o'
Juspli Kreish, W illiam Hartman. aud V. nliuni Co'.--Uia:i.
and on the west bv lands of ainue! Kosinl sn
der. rontaiPiiij J,S lll'XL'RK.I AMI FOLK I ' EN
ACRES, AMI I1KTV SIX PI'.RCHFS. on which are
erected tirist - sxl s it. taw Mill, I'liree donbls I ut t
liwilhui Houses, rive single Frame Owi.iiiilt
Houses, a ! ank liarn. Hay hod. Smith hnp. seven
Stables and a frame building, receimy occupied as a
Ojp other property, known as sprout land, te'on;inc
to J. I", tuicher and Abel Thomas, situate partly lu
Main Tow usiiip. and partly i u Catawissa Tu usbip
in the County of Coluuibin bounded and describe,
as follows: tounded on the east by lands bluu;ine
to the heirs of Tench Col, de'd and others, oa the
nori h by Ian I cf sai l Fmcli-'r and Thoiiixs. 011 the
Kt liv the Cata issa Kail Road, nnd on the south
by lands cf Mrpht n Baldy, contain irg Kihty Five
Acres and For!y-two Porches, "not improves."
One other tract known as sprout land, belonging to
Kim her i. Thomus. sitiate 111 Main "1 ownshio uLi e
said, bounded 011 tbe south by lauds of k&i i Fiuihur
ic. 1 homns. 011 ihe et by l.ind of Crohst, Villi 1 4.
Co , 011 th.; ii it.'! by laud belonging to the heifsol
Isaiah Sliumaii. dee d, and 011 tue west by IheCta
uis-aR.til Koid, cunlaining Sixty Acrea, "not im
One Other tract bi'l iuging to Fmc'ier A. T'a nmas.
situate in Maine Township, aforesnii!, bounded on
the east hy laud of aiJ Kinrher & Thomas, on tiic
north by Innd of Fimher tc Thomas, on the west b
the Catawi ssa Rail K0.1J, anJ 011 tbe south by land
of said Fincher &lhomas, containing Mine Acres,
One other tract belonging to said Finchir Thnni
Hf, known as sproiit laud, situate in Calawissa town,
ship. County cf Columbia, bounded an I described as
follows: liiiurii!eil 011 t:i west hy llw p-iblic road,
leading from McKelvcv's Slillsto AHin--r Furnace, 011
thesouili by land of James Reader, and on tile north
east by lauds of Daniel llelwiir. aud John INotestine,
coiiiaiiiiBj Twenty-Five Acrss and Twenty -Seven
Perches. -rHl i.nproved," with tbi appurtenances.
Sized. taken in execution- aud to be sold as tbe
property of Aoel Thomas,
At the same time and place, by virtue of a writ of
veKDiTK'Kt exponas, a certain tract of land situate in
Catawissa. Township, Columbia County, containing
One Hundred and t'uty Acres, more or less, bound
ed orr the north by lands ot Harry Hill, on the west
by lands of Ai inner lliles. on the south by the lands
of the heirs of John Yeaser and I'.eiijxniin Folk, a no
00 the south by Inndg of Jacob Druinbeller, whereon
is erected Two Frame Dwelling Houses and Two
Frame L.irns, with the aoppurtenances ,
Seized, taken in execution aid to be sold s the
property of Cidton Arndt
SAMUEL SNYDER. Sheriff,
Bloomsburg, Dec 1-2, leli5.
THE undersigned has just returned from th e city
with a full and complete supply of
Dry Good and Groceries,
Notions. Groceries'. Tin-ware. Hardware, Ce
. dar and Willow Ware, Drags, Confection
ary. Class-Ware. Tobacco, Bats and
. Faoes, Flour, Salt. Fish and Meat : all of
which I propose telling at a very low figure for
cash or produce.
O" Call and see. C.C. MARK.
Eluooreburg, October 31, IKS it.
QURISTJtLAS AND NEW YEAR.
1 HOLIDAY GIFTS.
R. II. STOIirVER
Has just opened in connection with hit Confection
ary Store a new and splendid stock of
specially desiened for the amusement of the young
folks. He call 'he attention of all who desire to
make some present to their little ones, to this depart
ment of his trade, which is supplied in part with
Dolls of" nil Descriptions,
Whips, Drums, Sleds, Balls, and including every va
riety of Toys.
He has also replenished Ins hitherto large stock of
foreign and Domestic Confection
eries, Xuts and Fruits,
and Is p'cparnd to fill orders in laree nnd small quan.
litier proniptl". His slock in tbi 4 branch of his trade
compares favorably with any ill Middle Pennsylva
nia. iiis iii:fiu:sii31i:xt saloon
lone the resort of all who are in want or the delica
cies of the scneon, is still open, and he offers for the
consumption i f the best
Oysters in tiac JSarfcet,
always fresh, dished in every "tylo known in the art
of cooking, and will supply families or partieslat rea
sonable prices, witrrti good quality of OYSTERS by
the quart or can, or in the shell.
O" Remember tbe place ia a few doors east of the
Exchange Hotel, in the Eachange Block. Bl.mmsburg.
It. II- BTOHNEtt.
Bloomsburg, Dee. 12, I33. tf.
NOTICE is hereby eiven that on the Cth day of
December, A. I).. 1800. sundry inhabitanls of the
Borough of Centralia. presented a petition to the
Court of Common Fleas, of Columbia County, pray,
ing the said Court to erant a 'barter of Incorporation,
unci-r the name, style and title of The Presbyteri
an Church of tha Borough of Centralia," with the
rights and privileges therein staled, and if no suffi
cient cause is-shown 10 the contrary, on the first
day of the next term, the 41b day of February, 1807,
the prayer of the petitioners will be granted accord
ing to the Act of Assembly, in such case uiadeand
provided. By the Court.
JESSE COLEMAN, Trothonotary .
Dec, 12, I8C6. 31.
LAD152S' fr-AHCr IUK.9 I
Old" Established FCR Manu
factory No, 7lrt ARCH Street,
above Tin.. PHI LAHELfll I A.
Have now in gtora of my r-
Iiiip-riation and MauulACtuie
one of tbe largest and me.t
beautiful selection of
mr Ladies' and (-hiMr'.
so, u line
1 assortment of Vent's
lars and Gloves. I am enabled to dispose of my
coods at verv reasonable prices, and I would there
fore solici' a call from my friends of Columbia Coun
ty and vieini'y.
Remember the Xame. Number and Street
."o. 7IS ARCH St. ah. 7th.. snath side. Philadelphia.
O" I have no Partner, nor c onnectioa with any
other Store in Philadelphia.
October 10, l?o5-Iui.-J. Web.
J. J. BR0WEK
IS AG MX AT HIS OLD STAND
With a fjargc and. Well
SELECTED STOCK OF
as ir si il 51 cs s
v here be will be happy to meet his
And all the new ones who wish to buy
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST, AND
GOOD AS THH BEST.
His stock is being constantly being replenished with
Lf SSW S'&ES
E ISTEIir. IAR5vETS.
Bloomsburg. Nov. 7, I3C6.
Th" nw M. E. Church near LARI?IIF3 in Sugar-
oaf Township. Colombia Coaa tj", will be dedicated
o the service of Almighty Cod on the
First day ol .January, 1 867.
"rvics at 10 .. M.. and 6 P. M, Rev .R E. YViNon,
f Bloomsburg. and other Ministers are expected to
ie prsent. W. E. flES--ER.
Allpersor.s knowing thmlres indebted to the
inder-.isnd on l'.ok accuiii or otherw ise, are here-noti'i.-l
to call and settle ire same. Sly accounts
n ut b n' ltled, costs will be added to all Mhoneg-'i-ct
Dccembsr t'J. 13tju. 4t.
GET TIP YOUR
c Till: AC F,"
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N. HUDSON, Proprietor.
November 14, JPG.
Estate of Daniel W. Montgomery;, Deed.
LETTEP.S testamentary on the estate sn" Daniel
V. Montgomery, -late of Orangevill e, Cofambia
County, have been granted by the Rej""'"ter of Colum
bia County, to Peter Ent. of Light Street- Fa. All
persons having claims against tbe estate are re quest
ed in rirum i hem for settlement and those indebted
J OOL CARDING.
The subscriber having purchased the well estab
lished stand, known as
near Rohrsbnrg. Culninbia County, and having put
the mat bin try i.i first-rale repairs, is prepared to d
in the best matiner. and upon the shortest notice.
Those favoring him with their custom may rely en
having their work well done.
HENRY II. BANDS.
Greenwood. June C, I'iGS.
jut? SABEES S3I03?.
Plooinsburg, April 55, 18GG. tf,
TO HOTEL L SALOON KEEPERS
G( Bloomsbnrg and Columbia County. I have ap
pointed Mr. U. t?tohner agent forthe su'e of my Ale.
Porter, Brown Stout, and Lager Beer, who will sup
ply you at the same price (and with the same article.)
as I would furnish yoa from the brewery. Knowing
that he will be punctual and and attentive to all
who may favor him with Ibeir trade, 1 solicit for
him your support. Very respectfully,
Fit LU LATER.
Steam Brewery, Reading, Fa.
September S3. 1SCG
- LITERARY INSTITUTE.
This Institution which is second to none in the
advantages it affords young Ladies and Gentlemen
for acquiring a Ufclul and urnameutal Education, will
commence its next tcr.nl
NOVEMBER 1977, 1S6G.
C7" For Circular, address the PriiM-.ipal.
HENRY CACYtR, A. SI.
Eloomsburg, Nov, 7, lctiti.
JEW II AIR DRESSING. SALOON.
A New IT H19 ClllfinV Sthrin ft n rl Tliin. Cslnnti
has been opened in the rear of Hunsherge r's Tobac
co t?tore. Illocmsburg, where all kinds of work in
the harboring line wl II be neatly and prcmptly at-
. . i .i u . ... ... .1' - .1,.. ..inu aiuc vi mn ntictrh na
all the Hotels, there is no need of crossiu; the street.
UllUUgU IU 1,1, l, i, me Miop,
Hair work manufactured to order. I adies wishing
their hair dressed in Wattr-ral . or otherwise, with
or without crimp, will be attended to by a lady, ia
Remember the place , Main Street, rear of
Huusberger's Tobacco store.
JJEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! !
FOR IMIiL, and WITCl?,
R. W. COWMAN'S
Til E under igued has just received a verv large
and excellent assortment of FALL AM) WITER
t. CO I IS. which h proposes to sellat very low rates
He has the best qualities of
E ELAINE?, ME KINOES,
CHECKS. A.c. Ac.
The Grocery Department
is filled with the best quality ot fresh grweeries and
provisions, such as sugar, molasses, flour, salt, fish,
ham. bacon, spices. &c.
C7" Country pro luce tiken in exchange f-r roods,
for w hiro the highest market pric will be giveu.
Pon"t fail to give hiiu a call and secure great
R. W. COWMAN
Orangeville, Nov.la. IWi. 3ui.
gARM AT riilVATE SALl-i
THE undersigned will offrr his Farm at Pri v .te
Siile. situated in H'-inluck Township. olunibia Coun
ty . Ta.. two miles and a bait west of Duckhoin, con -tmiiins
sive i t r-T n n s: e a c e: e:s
more ir less. There is on ihe premises a good
and a'l the necessary cut bcilJisgs. There is also
on th i premises a good
in which nearly nil kinds of good fruit are growi.
An excellent well of water at the door.
7"" For particulars address the subscriber on tbe
J. 11, ETECKER, BuckHorn. Ta.
Dec. 12, 13r,G. I in.
ACHING ft.Nl r.EI'AIK SHOP.
THE tmdersirnod would most respectfully an
nounce to the ph lie generally, that he is prepared
to execute all kinds of MACHINERY, at JOSEPH
SlIARrLESS FOUNDRY. in Bloomsburg. where he
can always be found ready to do all kinds of repair
ing, including Threshing Mai nines, nnd in short, all
kinds of Farming Utensils. ALSO, TURNING AND
F1TING IT OF CASTING AND MACHINERY,
done on short notice, in a good workmanlike man
iter, upon the most reasonable terms.
His Inug experience in tbe business, as foreman In
the shop of Lewis H. Mans of this place, for over
nine years, warrants him in say hi? that he can give
entire sutisl'ac'.ioa to all who may favor him with
GEORGE II ASSERT.
Eloomsburg, Nov. 21. 1366.
UDITOR S NOTICE.
In the Orphans Court of Columlia county.
Estate of John Walter, Deceased.
The Auditor appointed by the Court, on i exceptions
to the account of Elida John Executoi of the Estate
of John Walter deceased, will meet the parties in
terested for thepurpoAe of hi appointment on Tiiea
day, the 2-2 clav of January. A. D. l!"i7. at 10 o clock
A. M. at bis office, oo the corner of Main and Mar
ket Streets io the town of Bloomsburg.
ket Mreets io ROBERT r. CLARK, Auditor.
December 19. 1366. it. .
ALL persons knowing; themselves i ndefted to ma
fnr work done at the GREENWOOD FACTORY, are
requested- lo rail and make iiniiedtale payment, as I
have earned my money onee, and dff not intend to
eara it again, by running the country and collecting
the same. A word to tbe wise ia sufficient.
J. E. SANDS.
Mt. riensant Mills Dee. 12.
The underrigned respectfully announces that he
has refittted a shop, in Court House alley, opposite
the Exchange Ho'el. where he is prepared to con
duct the barriering bu-in. s In all its branch es.
The art of coloring whiskers and mouslacnes is
practiced hy him most skillfully. He also cleans
clothing, mnking them look nearly as good as nw.
upon the most reasonable terms. Give him a trial.
!C7" Hair Tonic oi the very best quality, used for
cleaning hair, kept constantly on hand, and for sale
S. MX. ULLI.NS.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHlf,
A positive cd Specific KemeJy tor fflseaaes of the
Bladder, Klder Gravel an Dnfiaml ftwsJJU.
This Medicine increases the powers of Olgeattoa, an
excites tbe absorbents into healtliTaction, ty wfclci tbe
watery or culcereoua depositions, aad all unnatural
largomocts ero reduced, cs wen sa pain and inlltamvan
and Is good for men, romen aad cbihlreB'
for weakness arising from Excesses, Habits of Ptastp
tlon. Early Indkcretlon, attended with tbe foUeWtng
Indisposition to ExerUon,
Lou of Memory,
Eorror of Diseases
Dimness of Ylkios, t
Dryness of tbe CVln,
Loss of Porer,
Difficulty of DreatKlBff,
Fain In the BacE
Flashing of the Hotf,
Eruptions of tbe Taos,
These symptoms. If allowed to go on (trtlon this iltSP
cine Invariably removes), aoon follow
FATUITT, EFIXErTIC FITS, W
In one of which the patient may expire. ' Wbo aaa sny
they are not treqnently followed by those dlrsCo.1 Ola
rNSAiTT ako coyatrirFnos?
Many are aware of the cause of the lr rnfferlng.tat boot
ill confess. Tho rsoords of tbe Insane asylums aed the
tuelancboly deaths by consumption bear ample vitoesa to
tin truth of tbe aseertloS
The Constltntloa, onoe affected by organic vreakasx
raialros the uM of medicine tostrengtben andlnTlorat
Uis systsm, wblcb ITBLM GOLD'S SXTKACT OT EUCTU
la vartobl dges. A trial vlU oon vlnce tne most sceptical.
tn tr. ii-ny alTeetlons peculiar to Femalea, As Csmif
Dccuc la uneqtuUed by any other remedy, end for all
eefeplalnts Incident to tbe sex, or In the
DECLXXK OB CHANGE OF LIFE,
IV &XB STStPTOMS ABOTB. . ,
f?7 Zo rain 11 y should be Without lb
Take do Balaam, Mercury, or unpleasant medicine itt
tkapleasant and dangerous diseases.
IiELliBOLD'S EXTRACT B'JCHIJ - i
Cares Secret Diaeao3
In all their atazes little expense, little or no cnaflge ct
diet, no InoonTenlencc. ssd KO EXTOSCSE.
USE HELIMBOLD'S .
For all affections and diseases of these organs, whether
EIISTES'O IX MALE OB FEMALE,
From whatever cause originating, and no matter bow long
standing. Dleea&ce of thcte organs require the aid of a
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is the Great Diuretic.
And It Is certain to have tho doslred ciTeet id an fltssaee
for which It Is recommended.
SLOOD! BLOOD! ELOODI
HTGTTLT COJTCSjmU.TEX) coxpotm
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
For purifying the Blood, removing all cbronlo cotUti
tlonal diseases arising f.om en Impure state of the Bloe4,
nnd the only reliable and cractcal tno-im rented fat tVs
care cf Ecrofala, Ecold Head, alt Ehenm, Pslas ati t
CwcUlngs of the Eoccs, Llcerallons of the Throct and
Legs, Blotches, rimplcs on the race. Tetter, Erxdj-ciaa,-ud
all scaly ErnptlOLS of the Shin,
jfX3 Burnyrirs tile cozirzKEiax.
Of the won! d:xwders Cat uZAci rar.VJd arha fxor: tie
corruption that ac. ungates In the Elood. Cf all tie eUr
covcrics that have b;?n made to pcrge 1 oot, bcbs era
equal la e2ect Ilrua bout's Ccsdhjcitd Estact orCa
eATASiiTA. It clcansos enj reuorstw the IMood,tat-.
tbe rlor of tcclth Into tbe rystru, nc.l purea eat ikj
humors which r-xte Cisscse. It stliualatM the health'
fanttlonof the body, ted expels the filacrdcretbatgTow
tn JrankliTln the blooi. Each a rrdy that conla te
rtlicd on has losg tcea rosp ht for, and now, for Rie Cast
time tbe public have one caw Uch they can Cepetid. Oar
space here docs not admit of certificates lo show leffets.
tat the trial of a slnlo bottle win iftr to the sick tfeas !
has Its virtues surpassing anything they have ever tva&a.
Two tublespoorrful cf the Extract of Sarsaparllla ad4e.t
to a pint of water Is eqaal lo tbe Lisbon Diet Drink. a&4
one bottlo Is felly equal to a gallon of the Eyrua of Cjjw
tarUla, or tJe Cscocaon as nsnally made.
nnLTIEOLLVS H0S2 t7ASS,
An excellent Lotion for diseases arising from. habits oi
dissipation, nsed In connection with the Extracts Eoohn
and SarMparllla, In each diseases as recommended. Srl
Cence of the tnort rofponslble and rel'rble character wTl
accompany the medicines. Also explicit directions fbr
tise, ici:tt h u.-ju'rerf cf tUoxisandi living witeaaros, and c
wards of unsolicited certincatea and recommenda
tory letters, ir.aay of which ere from the highest sources.
lnclcilir.g en-.lacnt rhyricians, Clergrmen, Statesmen, te.
The Proprietor bis never resorted to their pnUlcatlon la
the nowFpapers ; be does not do this from the fact that hla
articles rank as Standard Preparations, and do not &ee4
to be propped op by certificates.
The Science of Medicine, Uie the Doric Column, thoald
Ft snd elxple, pure, majestic, having Fact for Its basis
Induction far Its pillar, and Truth alone for Its Capita,
Uy Extract Sarseparilla Is a Elood Pnrlfler ; ray Zjstt
Buchnls aDlnretlc.Bnd will act cssnch in all casea.
Eoth are prepared cn purely sclcntlSc principles l
vacuo and are tbe moet active meaenres of either that
can bo made. A ready and conclusive test win he a eotn.
parlson cf their properties with thoee set forth In the Al
Fee Dispensatory- of the United States.
toe rrofeesor Drvnxa Taloatle works on the PreeUc
See remarks made ty the celebrated Dr. Par sio, FMla.
fee rcniarhs made'by Dr. Unman McDowati, a eel,
bra ted Physician and Kcmher of tbe F-o?al College of
Ccrgeocs, Ireland, and pnhl!hed la the Traaaaetlon e
the Elrsg and Queen's JonrcaL
Ece hledlcd-Chlrurgical Eevlew. pnblldied by Bz3x
TiAvzjiS, Fellow of the Koyal College of Surgeoia,
6ee moet of the late standard worts oa hledld&t
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS IVIM V,UTSZ.
Address letters for Information, In coasdeaee, to
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist
Pelmbolcl'a Drug and Caetnijal "Warehoua
Ho. 594 BE0ADWAY, HEW Y02K, ail
Helrabold'a Medical Iepot,
104 SOUTH TEHTH8T, PSILiLDIlLPia