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floomobnrg f morat.
WH. II. JACODY, Editor.
Wednesday, February T, I80T.
. M. Pe-mnollt, fc Co., S7 Park Row New York
re duly aulhorlned loenlirit unit receive mibner ip
tiont andadvarllaing for the Dtnutrai t tcr, pub
lished aiBloomeburg, Columbia county, Pa,
Democratic Mute Convention.
The Democratic State- Committee, nt its
meeting, on January 20th, at HarrUburg,
adopted the following resolution :
1st. Tlibfttlio regular Convention of the
party, for nominating a candidate for the
Supreme Dcnch, bo held at llurrisburg, on
the Second Tuesday of Juno, 1867, at twelve
o'clock M. . and that said Convention be com
posed of the usual number of dolognten.
2nd. In addition thereto, it is recommend
ed to the Democracy of l'vuiiriylvntiia to
forthwith elect, in the usual mnnner, two
dolcgates, of recognized position and influ
ence in the party, for each Renrotscutiitivc
and Senator in their respective district, who
shall meet in Mass Convention, at Hnrris
burg, on a day to bo fixed by the Chairman
of the State Central Committee.
By order of the Democratic State Com.,
W M. A. WALLACK, Chairman.
To Ibe Members of the Ucnio
cratlc Mangling Committee of
Gentlemen t In order that Columbia
County may be represented in the above
named Conventions, you are requested to
meet ot the oflico or tho Chairman, in
Rloomslmrg. on SATURDAY, TUK 9th
DAY OF MARCH, A. D.. 1807, for the
purpose of appointing Conferees to meet
similar Conferees from the other Counties
in this Senatorial and also in the Represen
tative District, to appoint Delegates to the
C. 0. BARKLEY, Chairman.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 27, 1807.
A Word to Our IMtrons.
. The thirty-first Volume of tho Democrat
ia commenced this week. The first volume,
since the consolidation of tho Democrat
and Star, was completed last week. We
eball spare no pains to make the present
volume worthy of tho support of the people
make it a reajtble and acceptable visitor ;
and shall continue to maintain and defend
the principles of popular government, as
promulgated by the rounders of our Repub
lic. Usurpation and arbitrary power, from
whatever source they UiaVspniy, ill re
ceive our earnest 'condenfnation. The Arti
tan, the Mechanic, the Farmer, and the la-
boring man's interest! shall be zealously and
carefully guarded. Aristocracy in all its
forms tends to degrade a portion of our
fellow beings, and destroy that equality
which American Democracy professes to
bclievo the inalienable right jf all to enjoy,
hence it will find no favor in our columns.
In this dark and perilous day of our coun
try's existence, wo sincerely believe the
principles of Democracy as expounded by
the Fathers should bo widely disseminated
among the people, and to accomplish this it
is necessary to largely increase tho circula
tion of sound Democratic papers and peri-
odioalsr We trust our friends throughout
the County will continue in their efforts to
increase our circulation sufficiently large to
warrant us in making additional improve
ments upon our paper from time to time,
both in a literary and mechanical point of
view. We will soou need new type for ad
vertising purposes, as well as other materi
al to keep up the appearance of our paper,
which cannot be obtained unless our patrons
feel sufficient interest in the matter to assitt
us in acquiring the necessary means.
We have made the long contemplated
change in the heading of our paper. The
present style of heading is more pleasant to
the eye, as well as more convenient to both
tho printer and paton to pronounce, than
was the former tit'e. The vignette between
the words Bloomlbcrq and Democrat is
intended to represent our County Court
House, or in other words, the Seat op Jus
tice. By closely examining the vignette
it will be discovered that the title now read?,
Bloomsbcrq Star and Democrat the
words Star and being engraved on the vig
nette, and in reading the title, generally,
will not be pronounced. The headings,
Columbia Democrat and Star of the North
were continued through the first volume
after the consolidation merely to gratify the
friends of both journals, and not as a mat
ter of taste or convenience ; but at the same
time, we thought as did an eminent author,
" What's in a name," and came to the con
clusion that there was really not a great deal
Oar paper will be furnished to subscribers
as heretofore, at Two Dollars per an
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Fifty Cents if not paid at tho time.of
subscribing. Payments should be made
promptly to onsura a good newspaper, keep
everything in and about the office in good
condition, and make the business pay.
The paper hereafter will bo edited and
published by the undersigned, to whom all
letters relative to the business of the office
should be addressed ; and he takes this op
portunity of returning thanks for the liberal
rapport the paper received during the past
year, and respectfully solicits a continuance
'of the same.
WlLMAMSON H. JACOBY.
BQT Mrs. F. E. Harper was refused t
carriaco in Boston the other day to take her
self and child to a railroad station, even after
the driver had driven to her house, because
lie discovered she was colored.
Horrible I Horrible! 1 Leta "military"
government be instituted at once for the dis
loyal State of Massachusetts. Wo demand
that Senators Sumner and Wilson take the
matter in charge I How demoralizing I 'A
"colored" lady and "pickaninny" refused
admission into a cab in the streets of the
"Hub," .the "modern Athens" of refine.
mcnt, culture and intelligence I Somejother
sections besidos tho South need to be "re
constructed." Tho patriotic ."Roconstruo;
- - tion" Committee will doubtless speedily
, bring about a change, and all "loyal" men
, will rejoice thereat I .
. tUtJ" The Democratic party lias no reason
. ' , to feci' any other than' encouraged. It
1 will succeed in the next campaign beyond a
' doubfc Movs along tbe column.
Progress of Despotism.
The debate which preceded the passage
of the'military subjugation bill in the House
ef Representatives present one or two fea
tures worthy of notice, as indicating, not
only the infamous nature of the bill itself,
but the spirit of despotism from which it
sprung. In directing attention to the brief
postages quoted hereunder between Mr.
KummciK who opposed, and Mr. Bout
well who advocated tho bill, we do so not
only to show that it abolishos triul by jury
in ten States, but that the radical majority
voted fur it in the face of an udinission that
such was tho caso. To enlarge upon the
right of trial by Jury, would be merely to
give expression to what has often been said
before, and to what every man who sets any
value upon his personal freedom feels. It
is tho great as it is tho denrett safeguard of
constitutional liberty, and it will be to tho
future shame as it is to the present disgrace
of the American name that Congress should
have ever been controlled by a party suffi
ciently reckless and tyrannical to be willing
to strike down an institution which was ono
of tho earliest outgrowth of liberty itself.
But so it is. The bill being under consider
Mr. Davis, of New York, suggested tho
question as to whether tho establishment of
military governments in the South nro con
sistent with the constitutional duty imposed
upon Congress to guarantee to each State a
republican form of government
Mr. Boutwell said the question was a
very proper one, and he would try to answer
it before he took his scat
Mr. Eldridge inquirod of Mr. Boutwell
whether the bill secured the right of trial in
capital offences before juries?
Mr. Boutwell admitted that it did not
Here was tbe fact openly admitted that
this bill will substitute those dark engines
of oppression and infamy, military commis
sions, in the place of jury trials. The his
tory of the military commissions, with their
spies, informers, and perjured witnesses,
during the past three or four years, the
crimes they have committed and led others
to commit, is a record which it would bo
well, if it were possible, to blot out They
were palliated on tho ground of "military
necessity," but even that poor subterfuge
is not now available. Nearly two years of-
tcr the last gun in the civil war was fired,
with no army in the jicld and oot a shadow
of resistance to the laws anywhere, Congress
is found legislating to revive military com
missions, and dennve eieht millions of ceo
plcof trie! by jury? Mr. Eldridge might
well ask the sdvooates of this despotism
where they obtained the'sjauthority4fV
creating it. Wo quote from tuo de,
Mr. EldriJso then inquired further, if
that was iiotjtaaadirect opposition and viola
tion of thy Vitution, which provided
that a partjcd with crime should have
thc right to trial by jury, and the oppor
tunity to confront the witnesses against him?
Mr. Uoutweil replied that the power ot
Congress to suspend tho privileges of the
writ of habeas corpus was not conlincd to
periods of rebellion or invasion. The pow
er aroso at such periods, but it did not. ceofe
to exist till, in tho judgment of the law
making power, the case ot rebellion or inva
sion passed by, and no longer remained.
Mr. Eldridrre understood Mr. Boutwell to
cluitu that the suspension of the writ of ha
beas corpus justifies the holding of a person
charged with crime, and the trying him in
a mode, diflcrent from that reqmrsd by law.
He, himself did not so understand that as
the effect of a suspension of the writ. lie
supposed that, even whero the writ was sus
pended, the provisions of the Constitution
still applied, which secured the right of a
speedy trial before a jury.
Wr. iioutwell declined to yield lurtlier.
It is evident that Mr. Boutwell, bold
and ingenious as he is, was unable to answer
the objections raised by Mr. Eldiuduf.
Mr. Boitwell's declining to yield was only
another way of admitting that tho monstrous
legislation he was advocating could not be
justified on constitutional grounds. And
yet when the party lush was applied, not
moro than a half-dozen Republicans had in
dependence enough to manifest respect for
liberty and law by recording their votes
against an iniquitous measure .intended for
the overthrow of both. It would seem that
with the passage of this military subjugation
bill Congress will have done its worst. It
can do little more to destroy freedom than
abolish trial by jury and strip whole com
munities of tho protection of civil law.
We live in an age of woful political de
generacy. The healthful teachings and
wholesomo admonitions of our Fathers have
been sadly disregarded andjgrossly violated.
Disregard of the time-honored precepts and
fundamental laws of the country are mainly
obliterated from the Statute books, and our
Constitutions tho hopo of the people and
the bulwnrk of our. liberties are regarded
by the parties now in power as obsolete dog
mas and utterly repudiated.
This state of things is much to be depre
cated. It was more easy to involve tho
country in ruin than it will be to redeem it
from destruction. Whence shall we Took for
its redemption. .
We appeal to the sober, second thought
of the People. Change your Rulers. Rid
your Legislative and Congressional Halls of
the present corrupt political fanatics with
which they are cursed, nnd avoid that "sin
which is a reproach to any people," and we
shall then have a return to that "righteous
ness which exaltcth a nation." '
ear .Where do we find Bayraond, Doolit
tle and Dixon, on the reconstruction ques
tion? Voting along with the Radicals ! It
will be remembered that these men. were
the moving spirits in the great August Con
vention at Philadelphia. Raymond deliver
ed the address -on the occasion! How do
those Democrats feel who were willing last
fall to take these men hi to their ranks und
make leading lights of them? How would
they look now leuding the Democracy? .
tST A terriblo instance of child abuso
has come to light in Columbus, Ohio. A
little girl seven years old has been systemat
ically tortured by her father and stepmother.
The little victim's hands havobeen nearly
burned off by tho fiends, and she is mass
of fester m scars from head to foot . Her
kull bos been also fractured by a blow.
Some of the details aro too horrible for re
lation. The parties have been arrested.
Murder In a Court Room.
A German named Oeorgo Ellar .was ar
rested in Philadelphia on a charge" of com
mitting a rape on Louisa Lcis, a little girl
thirteen years of age. The accused enter
ed bail for his appearance at court, but ab
sconded and forfeited his hail. About four
wcoks ago, Mr. George Rankin, who had
bailed him, by some means ascertained that
Ellar was in llurrisburg, went there and had
him arrostod and taken to Moyamensing
prison. On tho 20th the accused was to have
been tried in the Quarter Sessions Court, in
Philadelphia, Tho Bulletin says that at
10 o'clock the prison van was drivon up, as
usual, to tho Sixth street entrance of the
Court House, and ono or two prisoners had
been taken into the Court room and placed
in the dock, and officer David Bauks follow
ed with Ellar in his charge.
Tho Court room was crowded as usual.
Mrs. Leis and her daughter occupied scats
upon the south side of the room. Lcis was
seated on the end of a settee near the west
ern entrance of tho Court room. As Officer
Banks entered -tho door with his prisoner,
Leis arose, and drawing a revolver from an
inside pocket of his coat, he deliberately
fired at Ellar. The shot took effect in the
region of tho heart, and the prisoner fulling
back into tho arms of Officer Kritzcr, utter
ed the exclamations. "Oh ! Oh I Oh!"
The wounded man was at once carried into
the office of the Clerk of the Court, where
he died in a minute or two.
Lcis made no attempt to escape. He was
instantly seized by Mr. George U. Taylor,
one of the tipstaves of the Court. 0 Hit or
Silverthorne wrested the pistol from his
hands. It was a six-barreled revolvor, nnd
five loads remained in it.
Tho murderer was immediately placed
before Judge Ludlow, who was upon the
bench at the time, and ho expressed a de
sire to make a full statement of tho affuir;
but the Judge refused to listen to him, and
after hearing evidenco of tho fact of the
murder, he committed the accused to an
swer. Ho was immediately removed to Moy
Although Leis made no formal detailed
statement, he admitted that he had com
mitted the deed to avengo the wrongs of his
daughter, that he had done it deliberately,
and that he was prepared to tako the con
Ellar was a fmall innn. not more (bnn five
feet six or soveffinches in height, and about
thirty years of age. He had a German cast
of countenance, with rather high and broad
fomhead, a fiat nose and large mouth,
through which vis teeth showad very plain
ly. His haifwas thinjindjet Dick"!) he
wore a Jari? moustache aid mrjir'mr lie?
was dressed very respectablyCh a complete
suit of block. His face was neither re'pul
sive nor prepossessing; it was such a one as
is seen a hundred times a day upon the
street, indicating neither a very bad nor un
unusually good character. He was a tailor
lieis is ulso a German. He is about forty
years of age, and he hat; the appearance of
being a respectable man. Ho is a taddler
The Lady's Friend, for March, 1867.
"The TruanCs return," a beautiful Steel
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" Queen of the Monthlies." Then we have
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Plate, and a number of Patterns for Spring
Dresses, Promenade Toilettes, Caps, &e
An engraving of a noted French Aquarium
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The Literary Matter is mado up of the con-
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ungiitviiiK; ei.uu. vuuress jcacon a rc
terson, 319 Wolnul street, Philadelphia.
New Jury Law.
A bill has been introduced into the ' State
Legislature which provides for a now meth
od of selecting jurors. Two commissioners
are to be elected annually in each county,
who with the Sheriff are to select and draw
the jurors on and after next October. The
jury commissioners are to be paid the same
per diem as the County Commissioners re
The hill is deficient in tjiat it makes no
provision for a clerk to copy off the names
as they are drawn, nor is it made the busi
ness of any person to furnish lists of the
jurors to put up in tho offices of the County
Commissioners, Prothnnotary nnd Sheriff.
As that part of tho old law, which obliged
this to be done is repealed by the new bill,
no one will be likely to volunteer his servi
ces. Again, their is no provision that obli
ges the notices to bo served on tho jjirors
Tho main feature in the bill, is the addi
tion of two new officers in the Couuty, who
are to be paid for a duty that now does not
cost the county anything.
' 19 William BurgeM is desirous of soil
ing the Republican office at Tunkhannook.
Washington, Feb. Mh 1867.
The President has anoroved nf the bill
authorizing the Secretary of the Navv to ac
cept League Island, in the Delaware Rivor,
for naval purposes, and to dispense with,
and dispose of, the siteof the existing Navy
yard at Philadelphia.
' TIIE PRISONER StTRRATT.
The Swatara lies off the Navv-vard with
Surratt on board. No communication from
the shore is allowed with tho vessel, excopt-
iy parties having authority through tho
Jaw Department. It is understood tho
Cabinet will consider, to-day, the question
as to tho propor plan' for the safekeeping of
the prisoner, and other subjects in that con
TENURE OP OFFICE.
Mr. Schenck. from the committee of con
ference on tho bill to roirulate the tenure of
ottico, made a report tfie same that was uo-
tcd on yesterday in the senate, making the
urovisi 'lis of the bill apply to Cabinet offi
cers, who cannot bo removed from office dur
ing the term of the J'residcnt who appoints
them, except with the consent of the Sen
ate. The vote was taken bv yeas and nays on
uerceine to tho report and it was agreed to
yeas 113, nays 40, a strictly party yote.
Wcntworth's special committee, appoint
ed to inquire into the particulars of the al
leged bargain between tho 1 resident and
certain Radical members of Congress, met
this morning, but transacted no business be
yond ordering the Scrgcant-at-Arnis to sum
mon a lew witnesses.
THE BANKRUPT BILL.
Tr. ia rnnnrtnrl fn-ilav tfiftr n nmminpnr.
merchant millionaire of Now York, now in
this city, is laboring hard to prevent the pas
sage of the bankrupt bill, whlfh has been
referred to a conference committee. The
prospect of its final adoption is considered
TRIAL OF Sl'RRATT.
It is not definitely known when the trial
of Surnitt will .take place. The District
Criminal Court is now in session, and anoth
er term will be held next mouth. It is said
that the indictment already lbuud against
the uccused is very linncrtecti in that it
charges him with having been the principal
in the murder of Mr. Lincoln. A new in
dictment will probably be framed before the
case goes to trial.
TAXATION OF NATIONAL BANKS.
A communication from the Comutrollcrof
tho Currency in reply to a resolution of the
House, says that since the decision of the
Supreme Court of the United States that the
States can tax the shares of national banks,
they generally seem disposed to acquiesce in
the decision and have paid the tax, although
it may not be levied in strict coulormity with
the requirements of the acts or Congress.
LOSS OF A VniLADELPHIA VESSEL.
The United Stat Consul at Trinidad de
Cuba notifies the Department of tho Trea
sury jf the total loss of the schooner Edge
wat, of Philadelphia. She was bound to
Ciern'ugos, laden with cooperage and mer
chandise, and wastrwrocked on the reef's of
Key Urcton, on tho nicrht ot January 13.
The master und crew (nine men) had rcaeh
ed Cienfugos in safety. The Consul had
sent lighters to Key Breton, with tho hope
of being able to save a portion of the cargo.
TnE CONVERSION OF UNITED STATES BONDS.
It is said that Secretary McCulloch will
shortly isue a circular notifying the public
that the Department is now ready to receive
and convert into, five-twontv bonds the
seven-thirty bonds issued under the act nf
August, 1S64, and due next Aue-iist, and
also pay the interest due thereon. This is
douo in order that the bonds may be receiv
ed und converted daily, and not all be pre
sented at tuc same time wnen Que.
BUSINESS BEFORE CONORESS.
It is understood 'that both Houses will
hold late night sessions next week, in order
to dispose of the tax and appropriation bilk
There is some talk of making n compromise
on tho tariff, by referring the matter to a
conference comnnttw, nnd agreeing to abide
their report ; out tins cannot bo done until
there is a disagreeing voto between tho two
Houses, which cannot possibly occur until
the House has acted upon the bill. There
is a stronc and constantly increasing press
ure on that body in favor of speedy action,
but for my own part 1 cannot see how it can
be enacted this session, of which there arc
but seven days remaining.
Representative Darling will make a report
early next week from the special investiga
ting committee on the whiskey frauds. It
will show that thousands of gallons of illici
tly distilled whiskey havo been sold during
the past year in New York alone, and this
great fraud on the revenue is mainly attri
butable to the exorbitant rata of taxation
imposed on tho article by tho unwise legis
lation of Congress.
In consequence of a current report that
Surratt's counsel had advised him not to
give any evidence before the Judiciary Com
mittee, or any member thorcof, the contem
plated examination of the accused by the
aforesaid committee did not take place to
day, and it is doubtful whether they will
undertake to extract any testimony from
him, whatever. He would not answer their
inquiries, and they have no power to punitdi
him for contumacy, as he is now undergoing
Tho friends of tho Sherman military gov
ernment bill expect that the President will
send in his veto message to-morrow, although
it is possible it may not come before Tuesday
or Wednesday. It is understood that tho
document will bo brief, pointed and firm,
and will take substantially the same ground
hitherto maintained by the President on the
qucstiou of restoration.
It is rumored that a leading radical Sena
tor will next session move to refer the cre
dentials onion. Thomas Swann, Senator
from Maryland, to the Judiciary Committee,
with power to send for persons and papers
and make general inquiry with reference to
the enforcement of the registry law in Mary
land at the election last fall, when a majori
ty of the present Legislature was elected,
and ponding this investigation, Mr. Swaun
will be denied admission to his seat .
ORGANIZATION OF THB NEXT HOCSI.
The Radical members ehet of the next
House of Representatives will hold a cau
cus about tho close of the present week for
tho purpose of nominating officers of the
House for tho Fortieth Congress. Speaker
Colfax will be renominated. It is thought
the other officers will also le retained. (Jon.
James Brooks, of New York, will rwiv
the compliment of the Doinocratio voto for
tho speakership. .
TnE ARRAIGNMENT OF SURRATT.
John H. Surratt was to-day arraigned be
fore the bar of the Criminal Court of this
District. The faot that it would be brbt
before that tribunal so early was not gener
ally known, and the crowd in attendance was
not very large. . ,'
The prisoner was brought over from jail
and placed at the bar by Marshal Gooding
and his deputies. His Zouave uniform had
been removed, and the prisoner was attired
in a suit of block. When brought into
court his hands wore manacled, but by re
quo t of his counsel the court ordered thorn
removed, and the indictment to be read to
him by tho Clerk of tho Court -
At tho close Surratt entered the plea of
"not guilty." Tho Clerk then asked, "How
will you be tried?"' to which tho response
was made "By my countrymen," when the
officer addod, "May God send yon a sufe de
liverance. " The handcuffs were then re
placed and the prisoner remanded to jail.
No excitement whatever was manifested
during the time of Surratt's presence in the
Sanford Conovor, who was recently con
victed in this court of perjury before the Mil
itary Committee of tho House of Represen
tatives, was also present awaiting sentence
the two prisoners side by Bide at the bar.
No day has yet been fixed for Surratt's
The President has signed the' bill appro
priating ten millions for tho payment ot in
valid pensions; twenty three millions for
pensions to the widows, children, mothers,
fathers, brothers and sisters of soldiers, and
two hundred and eighty thousand dollars for
navy pensions to the samo class of persons
. The President has also approved the bill
abolishing tho office of Supcrintcndant of
Public Printing, heretofore appointed by the
President, bv and with the advice nnd con
sent of the Senate, and providing for the
election of a Congressional Printer by the
Mr. Dofrees, who was removed to give
placo to Mr. Wendell, will undoubtedly be
elected to that office
ThcPresident has also approved the bill
to establish and protect the national ceme
teries. ' ,
Members of Congress. Hous. B. F.
Wade, John B. Alley, B. F. Boyer, J. V.'
Patterson, J. II. Parquhar, B.B. Hayes. Iv.
P. Biieklaud, Win. Lawrence, MartinWclk
cr, S. E. Ancona. Also, Mr. Thomas C.
Durant, N. P. Willis, with Portraits, Biog
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Woman's Wrongs; Plain words to Big
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Visiting the Sick ; Health at Homo ; A Trip
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Going to Paris ; Pope's Essay on Man, etc.,
in March number Phrenological Journal.
Only 20 cents, or $2 a year. Address Fow
ler and Wells, 380 Broadway, New York.
At the Forks Hotel, Bloomsburg, on tho
21st inst., by the Rev. A. Hnrtman, Aleiu
B. Rittenhouse, of Briarcreek Township,
and Normanda E. Kromcr, of Miiilinville,
all of Columbia County.
On the 23d inst., by the Rev. William J.
Eycr, Benjamin B. Smeck, and MissPlwbo
Cool, both of Catawitsa, Pa.
In Muncy, on Wednesday evening, Feb
ruary 13th, 1807, by Rev. Win. Life, Dr.
Michael fteck, of New Mexico formerly of
this County, and Miss Lizzie ood, daugh
ter of Thomas Wood, Esq., of Muncy.
At Turbutville, Northumberland County,
on the 17th inst, by the Rev. ( Jcoree E.
Adams, Mr. II. J. Johnson, of Mt. Pleas
ant Township, nnd Miss Sullie E. Hcnder-
shot, of Jcrscytown, both of Columbia
On the j4tliini!t. ntJiiajesidi-rji
Bev. .1. R. Diinm, Mr. Nelson Picas to
Miss Lizzie C. Gerard, all of (.Ireeuwood
Township, Columbia County.
On the same day by the same, nt (he house
of the bride's father. Mr. Robert S. Ent, to
Miss iSusan Lee, all of Light Street, this
On the 10th inst., at hi residence, by
Jlcv. I'ullmcr, Jlr. Michael rvcsier to Miss
Claris8sa Knous, all of Jackson Township,
In Bloomsburg, Feb, 23d, JSC7, Henry
Keshte, nged about 75 years.
In Light Street, on the 23d inst., James
I?., son of Isaac J. and Sophia Keter, aged
3 years, 1U months and lo tlays.
On the 4th inst., in Green Township,
Summit County, Ohio, Mr. Solomon ( Jigor,
aged 50 years, 1 1 months and ft tlaj s.
In Ccntralia, Columbia County, on the
1,'Sth inst., Charles James, son of William
and Susan James, aged 8 years, 3 months
and 27 days.
In Bloomsburg, on Friday cvenine. the
22d of Feb., 1S7, Mr. Win. P. McBridc,
aged 31 years, 1 month and 4 days.
'JHie subject of this notice died from dis
ease contracted in tho army and was buried
with tho honors of war on Sunday after
noon last, at 3 o'clock, by tho Cavalry of
which he was a member.
The deceased marched through that long
campaign with General Sherman from the
Mississippi to the Atlantic through settled
country and through wilderness liclncd to
fight and drive tho enerajr before them
fought their way and subsisted themselves
as be-t :hey could, which was not very good
oftenti..ies, starved themselves and horses,
doing hard service, and battling for the pres
ervation of the glorious old Union leaving
an aft'ectionato family to take care of them
selves as best they could ; with nil the anxi
ety and trouble of iliind concerning his wel
fare and tho probability of being lost in
battle or starved in somo rebel prison,
with nil this anxiety on his own mind of how
they were cutting along in his temporary ab
sence and how they should feel if he failed
to reach home, having this nil vividly in his
mind before leaving his homo, and knowing
the dangers of war and of such long and
dificult campaigns and knowing the strength
and perseverance of the enemy, nnd their
determination to carry un war, still was wil
ling to sacrifice all these for tho glorious
cause tho cause of the Union that there
should bo but ono Government in theso
States, scaled .in compact under our old
leader and commander, George Washington,
all this for his country and his country's
frond. He has done all this and' has now
eft us, his family and those sympathising
friends all from the effects of that campaign.
"Peace to his ashes," and yet this same
William P. McBride was from the old stock
of life-long Democrats, and he, himself,
was styled ty the Union disturbency gentry
as a "Copperhead I " Com.
Wheat per bushel, (2 80
Rye, " ; 1 10
Corn, " po
Buckwhcnt " 80
Oats, " 6fl
Cloversced " 7 00
Flaxseed, " ' 2 50
Dri'd apples " 2 60
Potatoes, " 80
Flour per barrel, 16 00
Butter, i 35
Eggs per dozen, 25
Tallow per pound, 14
Lard v ..: 15
Hams, " 20
Shoulders, " ; 15
Hay per ton, 20 00
NEW AD VERTI9 EMENTS.
gXECUTRIX S NOTICE. "
- Estate of John Chapman, deceased,
I.XIrri tMtMiwnllirr on Ibt mimi nt Jnlin Chip.
man, lai nt Oiilialii U'lr-ufh. ('olumlilu (,'otiniy,
tvt Im I'nii.d by III. Rltitr nt tulil Crwtilv.
K Mary rhipuinn mil Marl Ann Haanrly. Mb nf
Canlrafla llnrnuih. anil .('ounty fnrolil, All i.r
Mtna hav iiif f lalma alntl lit daia of ilia ilrot.
li-iil ara ifqiif'lrd in pro.'M Ib.in fnr taltlMiieiil,
anil lima Inri.bmd t Iht tint, will mailt iuimI
10 lb gudertif und wUhuut dnlac.
MAUI A A, IIAHKHTr.
Cunlralla. Fab, OT. '07-Ow. Eiaculrlia
ON THIRD HTRF.lt,
Th Minnl ia In Iwo d'tiarlmtnta. Firtt (Inor fur
Primary Mi liolara. frennii Inr morn ailvanoail :
Tha nionia ara wall furnlahad wllb inapt, rharta,
Ste ., (nr lb htntfll f aclmlara. Kvar eirrtl. n will
U mada to fuel' Halt Hit advaiicamanl nt llioat placed
uudnr our In amnion.
K L K V E N W E E K 8
eonttltuta aaa T-rm. and nn dfdurtlnn will b mada
on aeniuntor lat lima ticapl In i-aaa nt nrvlraciod
ai Inttrvnta fr nut or more ttruit aa parrniaar tr
ditnt amy lliink proper.
Rale, of Tulllon fioui . I!) lo 7,IK)
Primary elchnlnra, a.uo
IttaJlhi and Writlnf with Saafrapliy and
Primary Arithmetic, 4,00
Oral, Wriurn Arithmetic and Ornjrapliy, 4,1x1
Primary Urammar liicludiii Arilhuielia
ai o Urography. J, 00
Ilif li-r claaara nt Urammar atd Rnofraphy .UJ
lli.tnry, familiar Pi-iance nnd Al(al.ra, n AO
Philo.oih)-, Phyai i0y. Aalron .my. Ite , 7,'HI
l.e.iona giveu In Paiutinyon rraaonai t -rma
K. W. tWNKOOr CO.
nienmiuur, Fab V, 18(17.
AKE YOUIt CHOICE I
Wtwlll a-nd a 35Sewl a Machine. either Wheal,
ar Si Wilton, or Urovar fc Baker, to any pnreon lead,
lug ut the name of la new aubecriuera lo the
New York Observer,
with lua money(03) fur one year Jn advance, We
have eant away aal'rainijma mnraflian PlVK HUN-
IlKBU or llieae piarninet, ami tliity five univeraal
aalitfactioo. Tim new enbacribere uiuy be froio onu.
or from varloue plaone
ANOTHER Ol'T Kit.
Any p'raon wtehirn la pnrrhnae a Wureler fc Wll
on r a Ornyer fc tinker Huwiue' Marhiiia, of any
title, by rdi-rin( lllroiifli ua and ai-iidin ut tile
prico nf the Marliinn and 119 additional, will ru-ct-ive
the Marhino ordered, and an-ctipi fur lb year.,
aubteription fo lha Oaaaavaa.
HT-Hend b t'herb, Draft, ar Poet Office or Or
Rainpin Copiea and Circiil.ir. tent free. Term.,
J out year in advance. KlllVKV t! NORSK. Jr.,
fc CO., 37 Park Row, Nuw York. Crb 11 '117-31
VarrA to crow upon lhn inirtntliont fucn (n from
Hi roe mnvn wccki ny untng ir. rTvi$nv n--iniiraL.Mir
Cntil! l;Mre?. tli nut at wtinrierfui Uiicovfrv
in modern r irnrr, aritnj upon th B'ltrd nnd flair
nt ii aliiiopl niirarfiltiurniniintir. It tin bn uud
liy ll mi fhi of rutin and I .on dot. with Hi" itio-l ilii
trriiig piirccM. Nntiifj nf all piirrhaieM will b
rpffiMurtd. and if riilirn fnllaf ictinn ia tint givm in
every iiialanca. the money will be cheerfully refund
Trie by mail, real'-rt and poitpaiil, l, iHt
crinlive rirruhra and llirnnlt1 mat led Irro. Ai
rirre HI HKK, HI) UTJ'8 at -'U., ClieitiMti, No.
95 Hirer Htrctt, Troy, N. V., Pot ascute Inr th
Unitd tuatoa. VvU. 7, lu,-iy.
E A U T Y I
Al'nUHN. COI.ni'.N, FLAXEN SM.KCN CI' R 1.8
rroitiieeil b the u.a nf Pref IIKIIRKIIX' FMSKR
l.K C'llKVKUX. one application warrants.! tu c it I
tht Miokt itiaifiit and tiuniiorn nair "t either eex
Into nav rinslrta.nr liavy mi. aire enrla. Ilat
been utaJ by the ratluonubiaa ot rarit ani l.nmtnn,
with Ike uiii.l iaiiiyiiia rr.ultt. Ii.e. na Injury to
the nulr. rnce ty limit. a.!nieii ami iu.ipai.i
He.ctiutive rlrnilnre timiltid Irce. A'dlrr-oa MtiltUUK
Hlll.'TI H It i; t llrmi.t.. Nil. "Xilliver it., Truy.
N. V .Cole Ag.'iita lor Ilia Uiiitail Sulci.
Feb. II?, 15ti7-ly.
Throw away falo Irira your cwitrlie, your wig;
lfiructive i rnnnuri. onu run worm iij;
('nine aged come youthful, come nirly mid fair.
And rvjuice to your own luxuriuni huir.
Par rc.tnnne lialrunun balit li.ail. (from whatever
ran.w it may l-urv tullen ntlt) nnd lorcnit a growth of
heard to irnw llliolt l!ie .nlimlhril fci! in fro:n live
to eiulit wevka. or liiir iiion bitld hcniN lit from lw.i
In tliroa month.. A few if noraill practitioner! knve
a.aeited that inert ia lioihinf th it will fona or l at
n tho arowth ef the hair ur board. Tht-ir aa.uriinne
ara falta, ae thnur-aiu. of living witni-tiot (Iroin
their eipsrier.ee) can bear wl nvaa. llul many will
aav. how are we to ilijtineui.h the acniiina from the
apurlona I ll ccrtainlyl.dillicoil.ru iiincleiiiha i f
tho dinorcnt Preparation aaveruwa tor tna nair aim
beard are entirely worillieee. nno yon may nnva
rendv ihrown awnv larae amount, in their nurrlia.x
1'naorh we would aav. Irv the Repuralor t'uiHlli, it
will coat you notoini. utile- il fully cnuiet up loonr
rtpreaentationa. II your urutiiii' noct inn rep n
acid ut one dollar anil we will forward it. po.ipaid.
Injeirmr with a receipt for Ilia money, win. n will be
returned you nu application, providm entire aa it
faction ia not riven. Addreea. VV. I.. Ci, AUK at t;tj.
Ulirmi.te, No :t Weat Fayette all., ryracue, .V V.
Feb M -07 ly
1Hrr cometb find tldlnf of joy to a II,
To l'ouutf and to old , to (treat and lo ani ill t
The bKrjuty which once wan so preciou and rara,
la Irce tor all, and oil may bt fair
y the use ok
White Liquid Enamel,
For Improving and Rea!it Indite Completion.
j he moat valuable end pa f ctpreparuto-t it, tifo
linni tbe tkin a benalitul pearl-like tint, that it
only found in youth. Itnuit-kly removea Tan Freck
Ira. I'tin-ile. Blotchee, Moih I'uiclier, rail. worn.
Frnp'ion'aand iiuiitiriitea of the.kin. kindly haniiuf
the dnmo Icavlor Ilia akin while and cloar aa olnbaa.
tnr. lit u.e cnuuot be detected by the clo.i-t arru
tinv, and lielnit a vetahle pr.pnrntion It perl'erlly
hartnleaa. It ia the only article of the kind uacd by
tne French, and la rnnatdered by the Tanaian aa in
dta,.cnaible to a terfcrl toilet Cpwarda of IIO.IWII
botilea wore told diir'Hi Ih e pa.t yiar, a tulto leiit
fuarnnten of itt efficacy. I'rira only J cenl..
Vent by utail. pn.t-patd. On receipt of an order, liy
rlEltGfclt, 8111 'l"l S h CO., The la,
Feb ST 1867 ly S5 Kiver S '1 r-if. N- If
ASTROL66yrTIIE WORLD AS
TONISHED AT TIIE
Wonderful Revelation, Made by tha Great Aelrolo
iat. MADtMF. II. A. PKKRIGO. She reveal, te
erctt nn mortal ever knew. Sha retloroa In h.-ippi.
neea thoao who from doleful oventa, calnatrnphea.
crnaaaa ill love. In.a of rolation, and friend., lo.a
of money, tc... have heroine dependent, 8liehrin.
tosethtr thoae long eeparntod, give. Inrormation con
renting nbeeut friend, or Invert, re.lnrel diet oc
atolen property, lulit you Ilia bueineea you are beat
qualiliod topuratie anil In n hat you will be miit .w;
lettlii , rau.rt tpeetly nmrriagca and tella you the
very dny you will marry, give, you the name, like,
neat and characterlatica nf tho pnrann. 8ho rcada
your very thnuglita, and by her almoal tiipernattirnl
; nwera unveiU the dark and hidden tiiy-t.-rlc. nf Ilia
ftltiirt. From the itnrt ve tee In tho flrmninent
tho malefic rtir. that overcome or predominatu in the
configuration from the ntpocta and paaitiona nf lha
planota and the Axed ttnrt in the hcavena nt thilioi-i
nf birth, tha deduce, I he future rieetiny of man .Fail
not to con.ult tha greuteal A.trologial nn ea'lh ll
cortt you hnl a trifle, at.d you may m-v-r again have
en favorabla an npportunity. Conaullntinn foe with
likoneta and all deairtd information, 01 , I'artlea
living al a diatnnce can cnn.nlt the Madiintn by mail
with equal eafi-iy and tMiefactinn tothemeulvea at if
in perron. A full nnd explicit chart, written out,
with all Inquirloa anawercii and likeiie.a cnclo.ed,
eetil by mail on recipt ef prl.te nbnve? meiitiom-d."-The
ttrlcteal ancin-y will be mintniued nnd a' I cor
re.pniidei'ce leturned or de-troyed. Rt-furtncee of
the hlcl.e.l order furni.hed ihote deairlng them.
Wrile plainly the. day of Ilia month nnd year in
which yeu were born, enclosing a until lock of hair.
Addreta. . MAIIAMK II. A. rKRRIOu.
Fab '07-ljr T, O. Drawer S'.'3, Bulfilo, N. V.
SUFFER NO MORE 1 1
When by tha nt, of UR. JOINVI I.I.E'S F.I.IXIK
you tan be cured permanently. and al a triilting coal.
Tho aatoniehing aucce.a which hat atlendo I t na
Invaluable medicine for Fhyalcal and Nervout
Wcaknoaa. General Debility and Plottration, l.o.t
of Muocular Energy. Impoienry. or any of the con
aequcnect tf youthful Hid iteration, nndera it tha
ntnil valuable prenarainn aver dleiovorad.
It will reinovatll tiervnua affeclietia, dtpreatlon,
eirllentent. laraoacity toatudy or bualneaa, loa of
memory, coufution, thnuglttt of aelf-de.truolion,
feara of intanity, te. It will rrttnra III, appetite,
renew the health of Ihoie who hav, deatroyed It by
len.ttal clean or evil prarticoa.
Young man, ba humbugged no mar, by 'Quack
Doctor" and Ignorant prnotioneri, but eend withoit I
delay for Ih, Elixir, and he at once ra.lorad to health
and happftieaa. A perpoet cure ia guaranteed in
every inatance, Frice l, or fourboltlea In one ad
tlreae. 3, Ont boill, I, tufucient lo effect a cur. In
II ordinary caaea.
Alto, Or- Jolnvlllt't Upeclnc Hll, fi.r th, apeady
and permanent cur, ot Uonorrhea, Gleet, Ureihrnl
lll.chargea, Gravel Stricture and all ad'eetiena of
th, Kidneya and Bladder, ('urea elTecled In from
one to nvn day a. The, ar, prepared from vi-gelubla
aitracla that ar, hrmlaa on th, eyttam. and never
uaueeate the alnmaeh ar impregnate the brealh. No
,hangeof diet I, neceaiary wntla uaing Ihem, nor
do,, ibeir action In any aaanaer Intarfer, wub kuii
eaa purauiia. Pric, ft, par bog.
Kilhor of th, above mentioned article, will b, tent
lo nay addreat, tloaely eealed, and poet paid, by
mall or aapraea on receipt nf pnea, Aadreae all or.
dera lo BEHQKR. BHIJTri LCo., Chenil.ta. No.tlriS
Ktm at Troy. N. V, FebS7,
KoUtts of Aletnndfir TapU, dwiisnt.
t.elltra el Adnilnl.lrallon nn the i-ataia nt Alee.
dtr Taole, Inla nf Plthlnirreee. Inwn.lup. Ooloioln
County rli e'rl, hare boan aranla-l be the Neal'lar nf
taid routny, in r,r. iituutr, wiinrteioeeia riamof.
ereek-iwii.. aairl cooulv. All Horn n.havluf alaliut
open ihea.lalanf Hitd.ietdiiita-t rrUf.Ud M malm
them known In ike niimlul.tratur, and tun." Nnaw.
I of ihtnnnlve. lujebtod In make payment forthwith.
Feb 7, 'l7-f w At'iu'r.
?Xt'ELf IOR 1 EXCELSIOR 1 1
nAIU PXTP.BMI VATOR FOR IIRMOVINO ILTEIl.
Ta the Iniliei aa' erlallr, thi. Inralnnble rtenllalnry
rafnutaietidt itealf ae hainf an aluinel Indlapenelbls
article in fouiale benuir. ia ta.ily availed, dnt not
burn nr !n)u-o the akin, but acta d'rnlly on the root'.
It ia warranted In remove- tiiiHirSuout hilr from
low fart head., nr from any part of Ilia body, emu-
pietniy. miniie nna radli-aiir tinrpniuK me tame,
l -avint the akin eoll. entnollt and natural. TIlia la
the only rent article ued liy Ilia French, and la III
only real ehVlunl depilaiery In tlMnw, I'rice 1$
tent par pacaea-a. aei.t po.i-pai-i. m anv aanreee. nti
receiptor an -rdr. by IIUKUCK. MIT'lTd at C-l,
r u v, ur-iy, t nemi.it. vsj mver mi, i ,-oy, . i
'1111 8 PER COMA.
f h I ant wa beautiful en. I f.ilr.
Wlih atarry eya., ad radiant bair,
, Whoae ciirlitiK tomlrlU tni-i, emwint-l,
F.uchaiut'l the very heineml mind.
For Curtlnl the llulr nf either Int., Wavy and
: uiua.y miijie-ia or Heavy
Meaaive I'url'. ,
n u.lne llil article I.adlca and fl-nltomen can
beautify Ihi-maelvee a Ib iiaaiid foi l. It li ih only
article in till world tint will curl atralilil hair, an I
al th tume lime diva II a beautiful, (lu.ti appear
ance. The l.'rltper I'ouia unl un!y curia ttie Italr.
but Invitoratee. beauiif.-t and clean.et it la liifhly
and deliitfuliy perfumed, and ia the moat eoaipleta
article ui me atuu evr onervo to tun American p.iu
lie. ThelJria.ierl.'nma will be emit tu any addre.e.
eealed find pn-lpaid fir tl, Addr,aaall ordere to If.
1,. t;i.Aiir at i.u , vm-iuiaia iu. t vv-ei r avetia pi.,
rlyraruar. S. V. Feb 117 W-ly
lime Lyst, Ifotr JlrMorcd.
JiiPt Put) ti nli id, a fiew (Mliifnn of
HI (Mfl.VmWKIX'S Cal. l.ntiMf Hpay nn the rad
It ui rur(withnrii mrdlrine )of Sperinfiiitrthota, Hum
inul Wraknefidi, iMvoluiitdry ffiiiiiinl l.u-ticf, Inipo
littirv. Mniinl oit Fliytj.cul Inrajinrity. hnpcdiiiieuta
to .M trrnii-H, ;ulio L'tMiMhnHoti, KpilcMy. and
Ftl induced by atlf lt!u't-i.cj or riviual i&traivu
il Price, n a vealHil envelops, only A tenia,
Tim r nt bratud anlhur I t thi admirabta aaaay
clnrly iti-uioiiftrt'-n. irom a Hiirtv yvnr aueroaa
lul pmctii'M, Miat the Ml.inttiiiK riMequmicfl of an if-
ubue iimy bu ru lirully curtd without tha dnnai'i
nti ue ol Inibrnnl iiirdinna ur the upplitattoit of
the hMMrj potininr nat a mHld of cur nt onc aim
pit, ceriain. and rlf rrlual, by nut nut of whluli every
tinrr-rHC, no tuiit'tr wti A In dniilmon tit iy be, way
cure li line it thraply. ferivaifly, nnd radically.
Hi" Tina lrture ihou!d bu iu tlia hainJa of cvary
y on Hi und rvery mati m llio land.
H nt, iindfrnl. In a plain envelope, to any ad
di''M pniyaid, ou rvceipt ul rixccuii, or lnu ioit
Abidrerfa tbu publisher.
J. C.Kl.tNP k CO,
1-27 llntvrry, New Vurk, poftutnee b x, 4ied.
I. C. llMatf.
LUMBBK ! LUMBERir
'rut: 8i,oojhi!i;r! i.u.ndrRiNa compaVi
I would reapectl'ully iulorin Ibe public lliat tUcy
now in operation with an fxicmive aiaortmont a
and tire now prepared tn aitpply nil order at ahirt
noiii' and at in l ft prirng tor caWi, i'twir a
kiiriineiit n lu'iibcr cohnmIn of
White Tine Flank, Ronrris.
E'tooi iiii:, Stu f;icc a'So:irdi
Kidint tlcmint'k IM.nil.',
funded or unpinned, to init pnrctni"ei Framo Httiff.
Jtilre nnd inntli:i of uM maua. Their I'lriuintf Mill
and l.i'mtior Van) iiiati.l nt the Hailrfnd Deont.
very conveniently far ulnpptot lu nber bylbv carjfi.
They ate ci nii.Ptly iiitulirtuilnir lumber of all
kind), and perrona w ho tlffii'e lumhrr of evury de
irripiion will d.i wi-il to i'l imitts thdi mock bvfnr
pure tOiinf decwlmre. They are determined and cm
iiifnily prt'pnrrtl to rllni ci"ap the clienpi-at.
j ittfjHc wo irt"p'Treiinif1itTT:'tuiTthiil they tiava
i ht-y nloiii"ireto tnioriti ine puinir nm ?npriniiy
one .liiil ii' Lti.:.y r1!'.1"!! to rut limber, of utuiortt
ev.ry aire und l-.nih rentrud. Tnun wimtins to
build t r rniiirnctofa lor buildiuu, ran aavo uiouey, by
yivinf nan tall.
The ondT Mimed would alen nnnrunre thnt ihey
are prepared to du all kind of lonairlnit ol' Mac hlnry.
oii-U aitThrenhina Mnchinea. Mowr.r4, Hvnpfra and
all kiud t ognculturul Imiileinvnta, upon reaaoni
Addrt-aa, F.C. V.Y&W, Bee'f.
Jlcjwinliur. Sept. 1'J, 1PG0. JMoomaburg. Pa.
Kcdurlioii in Prices.
1 hc.iniili-r.lfncd will offi-r lo the p'ibtie
In all Hilda of
ii2 o a c Qa ai lekQ2. ss c& ,
Boots and SIioi k, Hats, Caps,
and N-dinn, in every rirletv.
Our biiiiiet from the lirai uf Jantinr) . will b, eon
ducted on a ttrittly
and persona wi.lilng In pnrchnte anylhlng in onr
line ciin do toal a very atn.ill pcrceniagt on
t'lii'iTiit Wholesale Priceiu
All klnda of product nnd grain taken lacichange.
Q,7- Wernrdially invito the public to
GiV US A CALL,
and a thare uf Ihclr patronas.
MeNINCll t CHUM A V.
faiar.la.it, January S, 1HU7.
In Slilve'f Dttlldlng, on M,in Street.
4nf'irma tho cliixena of Hlooiiuhurf and vicinity tha
tic Iium opi ned a New
Eti;vr i r.t.
In l It if phi cn. where ha inviift hti old frlenda an
cuetonmra to mil nnd pnrtuke of hia rcfreahments.
ll ia hia Intontion to Keep tho heel
LA (1ER BEER A KD ALE, .
Cnnalnntly nn hnnd : .Mho, Porter, rianmparilta. Mln
oral Water. Fanry Lriiionadeii. Itaepberrv and Lorn
on Hyrnpa , ran nlwny- be hud al lua Ucntaurant.
In tho cat in (i line lit! prcaent a
auic or if Ann
nnt turpaaed In thta place , viz, Pickled Oyatnra
I'litum. Bnrilluea Fl'h, llarbitciiod Chicken, Plealei
Tripe attd Uci-f Tongue, etc., etc. He aleo h ia a good
Ciyars and Chewing Tuhneco "
forltit cuetomora. Zjf f!ive hi in a call.
Illoomaburg. June i:i, 181'di,
A Cough, A Cold, or
Rtomare iMMtma-rt ittHtio, ard
anouLB at chii kd. I r allow id
Irritation of th, Longt, A Pom,
nent Throat Dlaeaat, ot Oon
aumption te orrait Tnt araoL-r.
Having i direct Influence tn th, pan,, giv, imaaedi-
For Uroncliitin, Astlima, Cntnrrh, Coiisump.'
tivo and Tliront Discuses,
Tiornat aaa vaan with ai.w va noon aerotaa -flNHBRi
AND FUBLIO BKEAKKHrl
will And Taocrtre meftil In clearing tha voice whan
tnken before Hinging or Bpnaking, nnd relieving tBa
throat after an unuaual encrtlon of the vocal nrgana
The Trochee nrj reenmmended and prnaarlbed by
I'hytlclant, and hav, had te.timnniala from eminent
mm throughout th, country. Ilclni an orttcla of
into merit, and having proved their fflcacy by loat
of many year., each year nndathemin new locallu.a
In yartoua parte of th, world, and th. Trochee ar.
unlveraally pronounced hotter tn other .rtlcla.
Oblnln only "Brnwn'a Hionchtnl Trochee " and Ha
m t- nny of th, Worthlcaa .m.uTwa ikai
beollerad. Bold tvtrywktr,. ,,,M"',I,, WM
Nov. B. lenB.-Bin, .
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