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V will lhnk our raaderb for nil local ocrur-
'a in Ihi'lr Imnirdinia localities. If ihry no not
ro to t itn n communication for the public eye,
licm send ua brief elnlriiieiil of i-veryililn of
nn mincir ruspecuvo communities. A lift ar
rlsgce, dentin-, accidents, Area, removals, husl-
changea, Vf. VV will put them In form. Tha
a facta of ihla kind wo can gel the bailer II will
ua and our reudcre. Who will do il I
o AnvtaTiMRa.Hnra.ina wishing advertisements
ertert, must hand thani in early on Tuesday mini
s' In Inaura thilr Insertion fnr Hint week.
ANBWF.nS TO C'OnRKSrONDKSTS.
Traveler. If "Trnvulcr" will cive us lii
me wo may thon Iirvo ti liitlo dint with
im. The follow evidciitlv linn n verv lmml
j'rcnk running tlironpli liitn niirl n higu're
ard for the Father of his Country I
Sulucriber of B . Woacknowlodifootir
lability to answer your qtioation in the nf-
rnintivc, hut titter the clnppo ft n lew
icntlis it will have heen answered and wo
ope satiiifuctory to "nuhscribcr."
HSP New advertificnicniH:
Ix!ttoi'R trntntnpntni-v nn tlm ruti.ito nf.Tnn.
HradPd tchool ol . . ynkoop 6; to.
Clinsteller' white liquid enamel.
Afflicted, suffer no more.
Whiskers and niustnolieg.
I Rcauty, auburn, golden, flaxen and silken
i icltr a.
LI Chastcllar'B hair exterminator.
rree to everybody.
Wonderful, hut true;
A young lady returning to her home.
Aatrolocy, the world astounded. '
Know thy destiny.
New York Observer.
862" Thanks are due our ni'iuy friends for
the additional names sent us for the new vol
ume. This is ctapouragin,. "
John K. Girton soldi house and lt
ailuated on Third Street, below tho M. K.
Church, to Klisha 1$. lieidli'innn, of this
place, foi SMiiO 00.
BOi- Tliere will l.e five straight Democrat!'
in tl) next Unite 1 Slates .Senate, together
with the Conservatives they will numlcr
OS? Tho young fulks of this place gave a
hall in Snyder's Hall, on the evening of the
22d, Washington's birth-day. It was large
ly attended, considering the short notiee.
CSsTMiij. W. B. Noons, of this pW,
purchased tho brick house on Main street,
occupied by Lewis II. Mans, of William
Snyder, for the sum of 8-1300.00. This is
a desirable and cheap property.
BST A new lot of slippers and shoes for
ladies, and boots for men and boys; also, a
good supply of dry-goods, groceries, etc. etc.,
jill cheap for cash or trade, at A. llartnum's
stoic, on Main street.
feair" A meeting of the Democratic Coun
ty Committee v.iii bo held in I'loomshurn;.
on .Saturday, the 0th day of March, as niay
be seen by the call published elsewhere in
our paper. Important business will be
transacted at this meeting and every mem
ber of the Committee should be present.
C3'" It is decidedly small business to be
borrowing newspapers; especially small for
those who are amply able to pay for papers.
If they desire to read an editor s paper, let
them step into his office and subscribe and
pay for it like honorable men, and not sneak
about the public ollu-es, stores and shops
and steal their reading.
OST Judge Johnson, of the Erie County
Court, has ordered the discharge of the Dem
ocratic clect'ou officers, who had been arres
ted, on tl o complaint of Radicals for re
ceiving tho votes of so-called deserters. )f
course no judge having a decent respect for
himself or the laws of the ?tate could do
03" We direct attention to the advertise
ment o? the Xno York OLxcrrer in another
eoluraa of to-day's paper. It will be oft
fnvei that valuable premiums are offered to
fetters up of clubs. An easy way to get a
tewing machine. We have no doubt a great
m uiy succeed in getting tho desired premi
Newspaper Thieves. Wo havo fre
quent complaints from subscribers that their
papers are carried off, or, to use plain lan
guage stolen from them. That is mean
business, but not half so mean as subscribing
for a paper, promising to pay, and then, af
ter a year or two, allowing the paper to be
sent back marked "not taken out" or "mov
ed away." That is picking a muu's pocket
before his eyes.
Fire. A few days since the dwelling oc
cupied by Jacob L. Girton, on Iron street
below Third, narrowly escaped destruction
by 6re. It appears that Mr. Girton had
hislncal hanging in tho kitchen fire-place
smoking, and from some cause tho Ore was
conveyed to the meat, or the meat fell into
the fire and was consumod. There was no
person in the house at the time, and but for
the early discovery of tho fire by the neigh
bors, the whole building would havo been
destroyed. Mr. G. loses tho greater part
of the meat of four hogs. Tho damage to
the house consists of the burning out of one
window, tho consuming of the wood-work
about the fire-place, drawing the pitch and
paint from tho doors, and blacking the en
tire inside of tho kitcficn.
BSyln our obituary column wo publish
the death of William 1'. McBhide, an esti
mable and worthy young mau of this town
His disease was chronic diarrhea which he
contracted while in tho service of his conn-
"'try. He had not enjoyed good health since
t, kis return from the army. The lines hand
til ua on his deathj which wo publish in our
obituary column, speaks of tho deceased in
" iU appropriate and proper manner. Hav
ing once been a soldier ourself we have an
JdjA what hardships and privations the de-
Za-d underwent: we know that he
f(ynrf4 some ot tlie uaraesi niarciung anu
flv?"g done during tho wbolo war, and
' tbitt'tfways under adverse circumstance.
-alvOtto yw "t'e111'1011 t0 notioe in
b3t etfW9 we will let this niffice by
Odlnt, M peac to M
Miss Mary ITarrii, who -hot Tre-J-
ury Clork. Burroughs, in Washington two
year since, nnd wos acquitted by tho Jury,
has just been sent to the lunatic asylum.
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JUST Mr. Hill of tho Serantun RegiilcrU
issuing a daily papor. It is the second,
third, or fourth attempt to sustain a daily
sheet in Scranton and we hopo tho present
project may succeed. Tho paper is neatly
printed, of pood si.n, and well edited.
ST President Johnson has acceptor nn
invitation from tho Grand liodgo of Massa
chusetts to visit Boston on theiMth of Juno
next, and aid in dedicating (ho new Masonic
Temple, if his official duties will permit.
tif&. These Fame scoundrels who used to
call President Lincoln f7i "Government,"
are, to-day, devising some plan to impeach
and convict President Johnson ottnaimi,
that they may hnng the "Government."
0 1 shamn, where is thy blush I
a. a aj-O-a - -
The Hagerstown Mail comes to our
office again in uu onlarged form and in its usu
al spirit, after having been entirely destroy
ed sonio weeks ago by fire. This is a splen
did paper, Democratic, and edited with rare
ttLT Tlio Old 6Vmfur March isonhand.
This is truly a Democratic periodical nnd
should be widely circulated and read by our
people. Fvcry man fueling nblo to take a
periodical besides his County paper could do
no better than send for the Old Guard.
ffsS" Prof. Pr. Lastie gave exhibitions
of his wonderful performances in ventrilo
quism, legerdemain and tricks to large and
respectable audiences on Saturday, Monday
nnd Tuesday evenings. Ho sells tickets en
titling the holder to a prize ; by this means
draws full houses, and succeeds in giving
away a jurcat many ponds.
Tin? Law" op Besistance to Tvuansy.
Lord Camden relates that somebody asked
the great Mr. Solden, .whom Grotius called
"the glory nf England," in that lawbook, in
what archives or records of the Slate, might
be found the law for resisting tyranny. "I
don't know," said Solden, "whetherit would
be worth your while tolookdeeply into books
on this matter ; but I will tell you what in
mosteerlnin, that it has always been thecus
lom of England, and the custom of England
is the law of the land.''
Fatal Accident. Peter Meyers, of
Clinton township, aged about fi.l years, we
learn, was almost instantly killed on Tues
day last, in the vicinity of his saw mill, by
being accident!)' struck on the neck by a
'handspikf. It seems he was engaged in
drawing logs, and the end of the handspike
had been placed under a log to hold it up,
and when the team started the log,thchnnd
spike was violently thrown from its place,
and Mr. Meyers being near by was struck by
tho but-end. Ho lived but a few minutes
after the occurrence. Muncy Luminary.
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I KfSuThe-U-. SteRmrFwahrrajrrrived at
tho Washington Navy Yard last .Saturday,
with John H. Surratt the suspected accom
plice of Booth and other's in tho assassina
tion conspiracy) Tho prisoner was delivered
to the United States Mar.-hal on Tuesday,
upon a bench warrant issued by the Crimin
al Court of the District of Columbia, and
was lodged in jail to await trial.
Surratt was in Zouave dress, such as he
wore when ho was captured in Alexandria,
Egypt, and handcuffed. Under the custody
of an armed guard, he was driven to the
jail, which he reached at five o'clock, nnd
was placed in the keeping nf the warden,
who has lately had fitted up three iron clad
cells, one on each floor, which are used for
the confinement of murderers and desperate
characters. He was locked up in one of
these cells, from which there is no possible
chance of escape.
ONDERFUL BUT TRUE.
MAOAMU RRUI.N'CTON. the wtild renowned
Aatrnlogiat and Sonillanil.ulislli Clairvoyant, white
in a clairvoyant fetiita detitK-ate the very fexturee or
Ihe pereun you are to mnrry, and by Mm aid of an
inittrumcnt of intenee power, known aa the Pitycbo
mntropf, gunrontnea to produce a perfect ami life
like picture of the fut-ire liuband nr wife of the ap
plicant, with date nnd marri'cc, orcupatinn. leading
traits and character, ote. This is no i inposlti.in. aa
testimonial! without number can assert. My stating
place of birth, ace. disposition, culur of eyes and
hair, and enclosing fifty cents a.id stamped envel
ope adilreaaed to yourself, you will receive picture
by return of mail, together with desired Information
trJ- Address in co iftdence, M AD AMK CKBTRUDE
RKM1NUTOM, P O. Ot.1 897, Wed Troy. N. Y.
Feb. 87. ISfi7-ly
Tu her country home, after a aojnurn of a few
months to lha L'ily, waa hardly rerapniaed by her
friends. In plnce nf a course, rustic flushed faro,
she bad a soft ruby complexion of almost marble
smoothness, nnd instead of twenty -three she really
appeared but eighteen. I'pon Inquiry as to the cauao'
af so great a change, she pi ainly t. ld them that aha
used the Circassian Balm, and considered It an In
valuable acquisition to any Lady 'a toilet. Py Us uso
any Lady or Gentleman can Improve their peranual
appearance an hundred fold. It is simple in its com
bination, aa Nuture licreelfia simple, yet unsnpaas.
e.l in ita chVacy in drawinr Impurities mm, also
healing, cleansing and beatifying the akin and com
plexioii. By lie direct action on the catlclo It drawa
from it alt ita impurities, kinil'y healing tho tame,
and leaving tha surTrtce aa Nature intended it shnu'd
be, clear, s 'ft, emooth nnd beautiful. Price l, sent
by mail or express on reaeipt of an order by W. L.
UI.AItK CO., Clicnilate. No 3 West Feyetto St.,
Syracuse, N. Y. The only Aiuurican Agents for the
a lie of the same. ' Feb 87 1-67-ly
KNOW THY DESTINY.
Modame E. F. Thornton, the great Engllrh Astrol.
oist, Clairvoyant .and I'sychomctrlcan, who haa
astonished the sclcnti Ac classes of tho Old World,
baa now located heraclf at Hudson, N. Y. Mailtme
Thornton n-istessea such wonderful powers of sec
ond sight, as U enable her to Impart knowledge of
Ihe ireau-et Important to tho single or married ol
ellhei sex. While in a alale of irance, she deline
ates tha vary features of the person you are to mar
ry, aud by tha aid of aq Instrument of Intense pow
er, known as lha Payeboii-otrope, guarinleea to pro
duce a Ufa like picture of the future husband or wile
of the applicant, together with date of carriage, po
aitloa In life, leading traita of character, Jke. Tbia
la no humbug, aetbouaaada of testiaaonlaJa enn aa
aert. She will aend when desired 1 rartilled eertlft
and elating place of btr-h, sgn, disposition and com
pleziou,and enclosing fifty cents and stamped envel
ope addressed le yourself. yo will receive the pie
lure and desired information by return mall. - All
communieatiene aecredly confidential. Address lo
aonldence, MADAMS E. f THORNTON, P. O. o
IWJ, Hudson, N-Y- . rabtT-1y.
jpREE TO EVERYBODY.
A lar'a 6 pp. Circular, lln Intimation of tna
I raalaat Iroporunca to Ilia young of until aasaa.
II taacliea liuw Ilia homaly maylbaconia baaullful,
tha daapiand raapaelail.aad Ilia forankan lovad.
No yauiif laity or onlltinan ahaiild lill tu aand
llivlr Iddraaa, and reculva copy pnat paid, by la.
turn mall Adtwa a P. O. prawar, HI. Tioy, N. V.
rob ft! 1807-ly ,
HkkThnd Tins ua htiiousk.
Old foyylain not nulla itad, People ara ailll to
lie round who think that health la promoted by de
pletion! Waa ihara aver audi fulaa logic I Katurala
llio grand nlnoiil.l of dlauaaa, and lha dnplelrra
prop.iaato pr.nlrata Nature In order, one niiliteup
pnae.loslva Ilia anamy a dnubla tlianca at Ihi Ufa
nf Ilia patient I l ha Irua practlea la ao In Invigorate
Ilia vital pAvera at to render them on oviirmnleh fur
the rlenieiiK f dlaenae, Tbia ran be dona Willi
IIOilTKTl'KIVa! BIHMAUII II IT P I'. Hi, Of all vcaa
labia Innica they ara limit powerful and the moat
(enlal. Al Ihia eenM.n, when even Ilia alroniol or
fnuiailiani ara liabia to ba on"ecliid by lha altera
tiona of Iriiigenl cold and malariaua uiuieinni, Ihla
Ineatiinalilo protective medicine la oaporliilly needed
I'ereona preuirpoaed to Mlimienuaa, dyapi-paia. enn
allpatlnu. intermittent fivor, or any of tha com
pl.iluu which cold wtbr dipe" induce or naara
valea. ehonld lake It retularly throughout the Winter
and Fpring mnmhe, It la ahiolntely pun and harm
lore. rb. 13. ISIir-lmn.J
The eiperienco of the pact ton yoara hue demon
etrated tha fact that rnlinnca may be placed in the ef
HELL'S aTEClPIC PIM.9.
fur Ilia ipceily and perin-inentcuro ofSiwnlnnl weak
tieea. KuiiMtnne, Phytic il and Narvoua di-liility,lni.
pulenro, rr want nf power, the remit (if rViual f..
ceae, or Youthful Indlncretlon, which neglected mint
Hie hnppinnaa. and unfit I he eiineror fur Buelin!e,
Burial Society nr Murriaeu, and often terminntea In
an uiitlini(ly grave. MaW no delay in amtking the
reined)-. It la entirely Vegetable and liarnileer on
the ayitein, can be sued without detection or Inter-
fcronro with bualneaa puriuita.and no change of dint
a nnceaenry wbilo ualng Ihrin. Price, One llnllnr.
If yon cannot get them nf your dru;glit, aeud Ilia
mni.eytn Dr. J. Bryan, HID llroadway. New York,
and they will ba aent free from obiervation by return-
of mail. ,
Private Circular to Otntleinn aent frea nn appll
cation Jan. V. IStf?.. ly C. fc Co.
If you require a reliable remedy to reetnroy.iu.and
remove Irreaiilnrlljea nr Olntiurilnnc, why not uie
lha beat I Thirty yen r etnurleneo hn proved lh.il
Da. IMKVBY'e) I'DMAI.U PII.LS.
havo n6 e-ual for Ueuioving Obelriirtinui and Irreg
ulnritiev. No nuilicr from what cnufe they arise.
Tb.-y are e.ife and aura in every caac. I'rico, Olio
Duller, per box.
Dr. iiAitvnva IJOLHEV PILLS,
la n remedy four degree ftningnr than tha nbove,
and Intended fur rpeciu caea of lung eiundlnir,
Price, Five Uullara per llox.
A I.adica' rrivoto'c'ircular, with ue.ravlug, aent
no on applicailon.
If you cnunnt fi-t the Pille nf your ilrujcirl. aend
Ihe merry l Dr. J. Ilrynn, SIS llrondway. New York,
and they will li" '-nt tree from nbiervatiouby retnrii
of mnll. Jan. 9, ISIi7.-ly.
Thtf frmet nrnd'clno cured Dr. J. II. Suhinck, iht
Proprlfycr, oirnlmonwr ConiouipLlou, wtwa H b4
Mratnc4 lu ftiot (onnldnbtfl (upset, and when ipeedjr
" dtth KppMrcd to ho lucviutb. Uli phyiloiani pro
nouncej hfit cii 1 neural. Io whoa ho eoramoQcol
tlit at of th!i ilir.n'v but piwerTul renicdj. UU
beftHli wu rcitorpJ In a ver ittnrt llm. and no
return of the d It-eve han Ncj apprehended, tor all
the wittpMiiiii quickly dppjare-l, and hit preaenl
vrticbt is more than two hundred piuiidi.
Binee hit rrovcrj'. he bu devoted hj attentoo
exelutdvolr to the care of CaniumptloTi and tho
dlscuea which nre tpnnUy rfj'iip'fcnted with It, and
thi earn e7iv'.rd by till liiudirlnCai lifivo been very
nameroni fid truly T.-on-LTJuVItr. Bonit-tqs
niakfpro'eAinnal vii'U totnvcraiol the larder ciUe
week Ir, where he hsa larse ivneuurate of ptient,
and It li truly a.Ttonifhinf to ire poor eoniumpttTos
tha! have to be UrteJ out ol dc!r carriage, and In
a feT monilu reilthy, rohnrt parfoni. Pa.
BCHKNXK'S PUaMONIO 8YRM, SEAWKKD
TON 10, and MANDRAKE PILLS are generally
all rea'red In curliij Consuntption. Full dfroo-
tloni tucoiuf2Ti) p!v;li. rj ihnl my one can rskn thorn
ivUhnt renin Dr. Buksoih Imt wlio.i lt la coa
Tonie it ft fa hut to tec him. IIo tjivci adrtco tree,
lr.it inr a tl3rciirhrxvu!iiatlon with hi Uetplromatct
h'$ ( ii thrw dollnn.
I'OMe observe, wiir-n irtrc'iM'nz, that thi two
llh.o.itej o: Uio Doetur or.e whcti In the Ja-ttvlaa
of C-MiretinpMon, and the other ai he now la, la
per.'cct bra tl. arc on tbo Governmoot Mnmp.
B!d hy all Drmaluta and D'cn. Price $1.53
p.ir Lottie, or $7-;n loe bnIl dowa, Letten (or
advice 'ic.u.d lwa- be directed to Dt, Scfioock'a
Principal OH-t. K Nrll. Mh St., Plilla:pbla, Pa.
Ge-e.-a1 WliIe-alt AqonU: Ie:iia Utruea & CaH
N. ST., B. li. IJa-iee, r.Altlmow, MX; Joan P.
park, Caiia-iuatail, 0!i.i i Wa'lwr it Talor, CUlcajj,
. Jil.t CoUlni Braa,, Ou Loul, Mo.3d w. oa. mo.l yr,
EK1SORS OF YOUTIT.
A gni!cmmi wlioeulTi'rd Tor yars from Nervona
Dr-uility.lrflmnturv lncny.and all the eflctauf youth
lul Indiccrnfii-n. wilL for theauke of autT-ring liu
inanity, aend free to all who need it. the rncipe and
tlirertiona for mnKinb the aim pie remedy by whirl, he
wnn cured. Huffcrira wlntilnjr lo profit by the ailvur
likci'i etneritnee, ca d') aohy AddrHguins
1 JOHN 41. 1tiOKV,
No, n Clmmhera .t, New-york,
Fob, CR, 1A0A. ly f.M.P.
tTKAN'UJ5 HUT TUUK.
Hvcry young lady und gentleman in Ihe United
Htnti-s can heor something very much lo their advan
Inge by re-uru mail (free afcharge.) byaddrcssing the
undersigned, Those having fears or being humbugg
ed will oIiIIec by nt noticing thir card. All others
will please addrcas their obedient servant .
r Tlltw.-r CHAPMAV.
e:il Uroadway, New York.
Fib. 9", lfCfJ ly.SMP
TO CnnsrnrTATivr.s. The ndverllser having been
restored to healih in a lew weeks by n very sim
ple remedy, sllor having sunered several years, with a
severe lung affection, and that dread disease. Consumption-is
anxioue to make wn to his fellow
auiferers tho means of cure
To nil who desire it.he will send a copy of the pre
scription uscd.Jfrce.il Charge. with lha directions for
preparing and using the aamc, which they will Hud a
aims conn fnr Consumption, A. Ihmy, Drnnchitis.Colda
Cnugha- etc. Th only nhject of the advertiser In
.aendiua the proscription Is to benefit the afflicted. and
spre ,d information which hecnneelves to be Invaluable
end he h"n-s every sufferer will try his remedy, as it
will cost them nolhing. nnd mny prove a olea-mi.
Parlies wishing the proscription, free, hy return
ttiaii, will please address Itev. K. A. WILSON,
Feb. 8P, 1800. ly. B.VI. P. New-York.
Pr. J. BRYAN, Consulting Physician,
819 Broadway, New York.
tTF.Cm. TREATMENT In all cases of Seminal,
Pasual, Ulinary and Nervous Uiseasos in male or fe
mule. Advice Free and correspondence strictly on
lldrntinl. f Jan. ft. PH7.-ly.
Pamplea aent free. No capital retired. Ladies or
Gentlemen cjtn enrii Irem M(J to II0.IKI per day.
Enclose etamp.and address '
Titll'P it CO., Eighth St., New York.
Jnn, fl. IM7.-ly.
I-OVE AND MATRIMONY.
The affections of the opposite set may be gained hy
following simple rules, nnd all may in arry happily,
if desired, witho.it regard to wealth, ng n or beau ly
Bend directed envelope and stamp fnr particulars to
Madam I.t'CII.I.B llEMAKItR,
Jan.9. 1M.-ty. Itlble llonae. New York.
AVOID TUB QUACKS.
If yon are suffering frntn the effects of Youthful In
diaeretion and have Peminul Weakness, Emissions ,
n I will M l you, froe of charge. Information
which if followed will cine you without the aid of
medicines. Addreaa IIEVRV AtMDKI,
Jan. . l-7.-ly.
Rtntinn D.New York.
And Catarrh, treated with the utmost success, by i,
IsAACB, M. D. . Oculist and Aurlst (formerly of Ley
den, Holland,) No. SI9 PIN B Btliet. PHIIiAD'A.
Testimonials, from the iiiojI roiinble tourcca In the
City and Country enn be aeen at hla office. The med
ical faculty are invited In accompany their patient a,,
a be haa no secrets in kis piertice AKTU'IOI AV
EYES. Inaarted without rat. No charge lot exam
iaall.a. f April U, IM.-ly,
ARE AT SALE
DRY GOODS I FANCY GOODS I
ercirclry Ac Nilrcrwnre.
Worth ovor 12,000,000 !' All to bo Sold for
ONE DOLLAR EACH I
AltltimiLK & CO.,
102 Jiff 0,1 Dir-fty, NEW YORK.
AOHNTrt PIIH F.IIIIOPP.AK MAUKAUTURFiUal,
Announce Mint In eonsrqitence nf lha overstocking
of lbs KugMsh Market, an Immense quantity of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
hnva been r.iuulgiie.l In them, wllh linlril'tloiis lo ba
rlearea fnr liiiiiie.llnie Cash, at any sacriAae, A. k.
Co , liter, foro, resolved In offer lliom uncording to
llielr or.lln.iiy system of business at tl each, Willi,
u.il regard vnloe.
The f..ll.ming list shnws lbs original whnlnssala
prices Of some of the articles will b thoy now offer
I'.Kxt nllk Ic salin dress patterns from It
lo I I
. mnA UnttitlMII elnlhs
iliHMI Alparca nnd lllusliu .l.ilslnes
;,5i0 Fraiirh Merlnnes and Twills
uisiu Cnuiliric, Thibet and Mohair
4IHIU Primed relieve
Aihmi Hslmornl sklria
Sn,Pliie Klllnllc sklria
KiiMI rtilk and l.are veils
4IHMI Bets flue cuffs and collars .
Sunn Pnira Indies' corsets
in 1 1
ai. ii i-.,r -, -l,
VIIIHI Ill.klUOies ri. u i. -.... ., ,- .
HHUi ' flne.lnbrol.lo'dh'ilkereli'fs
Ml ,ll floxon In lie's lawn handkerclilefs S
u ' ,. -
s.i.wi iiM.i mi.iiis t. m.i. mod
Iiiishi Pmien coilnn hose
HKin M.ia.-n woolen hose
.'.win l)nr.en bul morels
HOW ll.ii.in o's eoiton Inlf hose
:itnl n.'en nu n s woolen half hose
'.'ikin l,in-n and cotton shirts
IIIISHI Me. loo unuersl.irls
6 lo HI
fl to I'J
t to Id
4 In 8
a to I'J
II .10 In i
If 60 lo II
I.H..H. i-uirs ...." " . -
K(,H1 Tauts pollens cn-slmero, doeskins 3
CnlKl out " broad clellis.rasslmeres S
loooo Vest pulterns in silk velvoi, plusii
fine ciis-lmerea. ate.
Sono Brown linen labia cloths .
loooo Yards brown linen damusk
joihi li.oien wliiielinen napkins
o,kioa Varda unbleached muslin
S..000 Yards bleached muslin
Inoon Varda Irish linan
Anon ard flinnel
H-iim Long W.iol shawls
4..nuC.iinro Wool shawls
loooo l.n.llns' breakf.i'1 ahawla
Inonn Nubiaa or clou.la
II. loin In
73 to 'J .In
4 to H
0 to III
1.1 to :io
go to So
71 lo I .lo
So to II
A So to IS
.1 lo io
tl to 7 SO
1 So In 3
ISo tu 3
3 Jo to e
a in 7
I1.0.H1 WiM-l-n iioous
.oo l.ioeii and cotton enact,
Inonn Varda sliertiuf muslin
Sooo Ix.aen spojl cotton
S.einn lii.n-n Victoria spool thread
"nun Pounds black linen thread
4..1111 flross rlurt bul a
Suoo Ladies' silk velvet and morocco
Snno Ladies' shopping bass
Soon Turkey morocco port.oonios with
SoooTurky morocco wallets and port-
3 to 8
8 So to lo
loooo leer.-.haiim ptp'e ...
Iihioo Pine 4 audliUnilo pnckel knives
p..rl. iftrttti.e and ivo.-v haniili-s 3
looo French clocks, (ill and bronxo,
Hitli and wlilioul abodes 2 t" .w
Sono Vll'icul boxes lo to Mo
3on lu-volvera ' J" ;j
S..00 Pirn-ling pieces 21 lo i
.'...no II...11I dressos.hair netsAcomba l-ioto ...
I.iono H.r.in pnpei collars '-lo to 00
V..OU I U... I t.f.ct.iu, B,-VWW-H -
3oooTuriuise shell end silver card
Cae nud snuff bnv-s
SooooAll..nn. morocco and velrel
bound, from ilniiigoo pictures
3..00 Pine f..inily i.iWes
loon Pine p..ck"l biulee
Inooo Re 11ns note piier
2 Soto lo
3 lo lo
1,1 -o rnirs ijf..-ra ...e.-s ... ?
We have ala" received a Fplendid Assortment f
J E W L It 1 I
cnmprilnr Rent's Roll Hunting C ise Watches, La
dies' "'.l rii.imell.-d huulin: can wnielws. gems'
biiriiinst cas silver watches, gold Mi and vest wnl. h
nevs. fob and vest ribbon slides, sets si.iintra sleeve
buitons. suds, gold IhMih.i.. pmi- llsmlnniure lock,
its, g.,ld loolh picks, crosses, plain gold riug. Cali
fornia diamond runs sets ladies' Jewelry, (Jet and
gnlu). sets Indies' Jewelry, (cumeo. peurl and other
umies), gold pens, (silver extension holders), and
pencils, g.dd pens nnd gold extension holders, soli
la're ud gold broocbei. diamond rings, gold vest
nn.i. neck chains. old oval baud bracelets. Jet and
gold bracelets, r.liatlelsino rlnms and guard chums,
c.ir-l, npnl nn.i emerald lirnorhes, m.isnie jet and la
va and il-ireiitino ear drops, eor-il, opal aud eioorul.1
ear drops. L'alufornudisuiuiid ear drops, dec, Ice
THE HII.VEIIWAIIKIIHP.MtT.IH.VT CQIIPRIBE:
Bilver lilulng and 1.1 sets. caiors. ire pitehcrs. ta
ble eu,...ns, f.'iks. l.-a sl.onos goblets, drillKing cups,
cnfleo urns, Ira puts, rren.n pil.h. rs, sugar bowels,
fruill baskets, caKs baskets cir.l bakels, fruit knives
mustard and silt sp..o..s, napkin liuga, egg stands,
t me holders, c.ird cn'es, ic
All ihe above List of articles to be Bold for
ONE HOI. I. Ml K tcll.
The expenses are paid by the sale of Coupons or
Certificntes naipioR ech article in the stock, and its
value; tho l.vrinicateg aro enclosed in envelopea,
n.ix.-d op. nn.i soi l ut - . , A
25 Cts Each; 5 for $1 ; 1 1 for $2.
Whatever article may be named in the Ceriitlcate
can be obtained at
ONE DOLLAR I
The article will be shown to the holder of the cer
t'.flrate. mid ii will be at hiFi.pnn whether he pays
he dol lor and teki s Ihe article or not. In raae ar
ticles se nl bmii.ll or express are not ntiatuclnry,
tro y can lie fl turned und '.he money will be refunded.
P.verv Certificate i-ntulas tho bolder to 80MIS Aft
"""TEHlllvfl VAI.-I7I. J
W UK Til MUCH MOIIB THAN A DOLLAR.
t5- prTTof. -m
In Proof ..I n.iswe will give for AN V CEttTIFI
CA I E IBtUF.It BY C8, ANU O.NB HOLLAll, any
of the following nrtl'les : .... , , ,
Una rants I'nt'ein, one pair cf Ladies' Rnlinural
liuois.or Mcn'e tlrugnna, one esiellenl
HoniiBkiri (ii spriugs), one fine
SUr L'ndersliirl.nr pair
Merino Drawers, four pnira Lady's or flenls' II .tie,
or six Lawn Pocket llandkerchials.
W It AT TIIP. PRESH HAYS OF I'S I
A'rnnd.ile kCo, of this city are now aomling out
a grmi variety or lircsr ana ran; ruuer..., oniino
nl Skirts. Hoois. Bhnivlsaud other valuable articles,
in dry and fancy goods at one dollar each.
We confess our inability to see how this is done,
but ihut it is done Is beyond all question. This Arm
1...1 i.,.,l u Inns nnd h..n. .ruble eureer, nnd it is to bo
l,v nn means c.i ut'.. u u .1 u.l Willi tun host nf swindling
nud bonus concerns with which this metropolis so
much sl.ouil.ls. Wo know Hie proprietors wen nun
can personally vouch for Ihe ju.t und Inithfol pir
f.iriuaoce uf nil llieir coutracls. A",i(tnof M-'arkmaa.
A Port, J'CS. 5. I"li7- ....
A UiuRiia Kbi l.veTD. Mr. Eugene It. Car
tr, of Ihe Monlieelio House, called at me Jewelry
Enipnriom, J8 Main itrvel, yesterday, and after pay
ing his sis cents suddenly found himself entitled lu n
Municsl llox, valued at 3U0. ,
w .niiierstand thai he wus offorcd IliO for the In-
rtrunieut before leaving the store but reiused to pari
Willi il- We should enn mis n quuricr wen ,.c-,v.
We uiideitinid a number of other valuable ertlclea
were received, amongst which waa a gold wutctt
valued ut 973, by ue of the attaches of the iVfaircr
nlllce.-Alcaaund 7HsiM, B.t. VI,
liMi'LoYiT roa I. sous.-The most eligible and
protiiuble cniploymenl we have beard of lor Udies,
who have fiien.lsnnd address, la Ihu sale uf cerlin
cut.a lor ihe "Ureal Jewolry Bale" of Arruudalo dc
Cu A My of our acuavutauce ha. been very suc
cessful in this way, not only in filling nor own purse
but also in duiog n good turn to tlioe. ,lo whom aho
sold Hie certificates, as will be aeen from ,iur silver.
Using columns. Uoutleuicn also can ba thus engage J.
-JV. f. Sutiitay Mircurt, Aug. 14. I0U4.
Wa undcrtland Mr. U. VV Wilkinson, of I his city,
yestrruny drew Horn the cerlllicuie b, t Ar.an.lals
k Co.'., 78 Main street a very lino duuDIo barrel
lowlliig piece, valued at one dollar, for which he
was required to pay the veiy nioderulu aunt of one
dollar.-c"adlf'iy. epl,'JII, laiio.
Thu Hreot Jew.lry Emporium of Arrandale Co.,
No H34 King street, in the Benu, is still ll.a pnino
object of attraction. The uumbur of ladies and gen
tlemen who visited ibis eslablisnmeut on (Saturday
last, was, wa uilertund something fabulous. Thu
principle of charging a uniform price of one dollar
f.-r each article is one thntcanuot mil In be popu ar,
ospociolly wluu tho atoca contains, as In this case,
many valuable articles of Anu gold jewelry nn.i cost
ly silver ware t'larlestos JiiyAls-f, Feb Hi, lauu
I'iaho Cii(sr.-Mr. John U. Redfurd, at Old Oouiin
ion riaiooii, No 919 Proud street, veslerdny got one
dollar's worth of ccrliHcutes and, on ripening litem,
loiind ouo called for liold Compooite Hunting
Watch and another fur a Hnsawisid Piano, valued
with cover end siool. ut HIW Mctswaaf (Mily J-
imi.,r Knv. -27. It-Oil.
In ending or lera please state what proportion of
certillcntee you requiru irom uuca uepuniut-s. m,tio
nospei-ial instruciionr aro given, wa send one hal
frniu Ihe Dry and Fancy Ooo.ls Ucpnrlment, and one.
half front the Jewolry and Bilver vV.ro Department,
Whenever desired, wa will send articles
BY EXFKESS, C. O. D
Bo that the money need only be paid
ON DELIVERY OF THE GOODS.
We accept Hie entire responsibility of uionsy aent
by cixpreas, t osi umce uruur, ui ouu. ir.s
We waul Agents
to whom a liberal compensation will be paid, which
oan be learntd on application. ....
Q7 Take care to write yruir name and address In
. clear, diailuc, hand, and n,r..M(ALB fc c() i
Box J3S lug Broadway, New York.
Feb U HUITj -
mnviiuiiv nr MAN IXBI'tlBNGHI. A gentle
1 man who Buffered for yrnre from Nervous and
OoniinLiloblllly, Nlghlly Kinissiona, and Beoilnul
WeokaBs, the result of yaulhful Indiscretion, and
came near en.lllig nta uaya in ii,..o.e. .,
-... .k. .... nr..iii',rin. m. ii. send to any one ufllict-
ad. the simple means used by blin, which eAccted a
cure in a few weeke alter Ihe failure of numerous
medicines, (end a directed envelope and stamp and
It will eosl yon noining. iuorss.
HPfsAK TKMkf AIN, I4fth Bt. N.Y . City.
Till) gukeerlbar will asll allrsl rat
rsasouablo terms. II la una of Dunlap's wake,
Mini new. in iwi. .,,...,., i, HM-',,
nf I'lliiaueipina. in.r"r
. I... J a..- il I. as.11 ataal-tsas f (
I niHttii hi MftMci uf lha uiidontnaiJ, on Iron
u a l,H..iu 'I'liiril.
HI'Huiitur, rum, vu, vt
JA0O0 L. OIRTOV.
0USE AND LOT
A NEW BRICK
and valuable largo LOT OF OBOUNO, centrally lo
cated on Third Buret,
.. - ...... j..t...hl fnmtlv vssldenen. with all
the requisite conveniences, and In a high aiate of cul
livalion, Possession given upon yw Hreljaf April
nest, Lr.vi i.f iAis,
liliminshurt Feb W. laOT.
pUBLIC SALE Of
THE nnd.trslinad will expose to public sole, at hla
residence, on TUlid Btreet, In Uinnmaburg, on
SATURDAY, MARCH 9TII, 18C7,
at one o'clock, P.M. Ihe following personal property ,
ONE HORSE, 3 HEAD OF SI10ATS,
ONE WAOON, nNB BULKKY, ONB VIMVOH.
One wheelharmw, four pi.lrsof Uedsteada, sleeping
cribs, one set of
Caue Dottotn Chairs,
a lot of Windsor Cbalra, ONB riOPA, Tables, sUnds
ONE COOKING STOVE,
THREE ROOM BlUVES ANU PIPE,
loretlier wllh a lot of rooking utensils, wash-tuba,
buckets, ineat-siands, a lot of frull Jura and crockery
ware, Also, a lul of smoked meal,
HAM, KIIOl I.DCRS,
and Bi.leat Lard by the'.'an or in qiianlitloe lo eull
niiichasora ; n lul of Corn. Ilyu. and Puialoea bv Ihe
bushel I. nether with many nlher articles loo tedious
Tonne made known on dny of aate
Illnomsborg. Feb. on. IH07. f
iURUC SALE 01-'
Valuable Personal Property.
Will bo exposed to public sale nn tha premiaeaof
the subscriber, in Mifflin Township. Col., co. on -
THURSDAY, MARCH 14TII, 1807,
f t following valuable property, via ;
POUR HEAD 0 V HORSES,
(TWO M.1ICIIP.H HAY MABE8.)
FOUR MILCH COW?i
I... tread about tllC time of sole.)
4 IIRAO OF YOU NO CAT" LB, 17 HEAD r-IIKEP,
TenBhnats. one Bow und Pigs, one Two-Horse Wag
oo. ona Bprmg Truck Wagon, one two horse Car-
"Mt)NE THRASHING MACHINE,
One (Iran Drill. Ploughs, Harrows, two SJorn Culti
vators, two sieaN one ii'iy i m.
One Fanning mill,
r"r nnu iMinrp, tint; " ('": ""
til Vii tk-.T linrmii'f. one wl tf rnrriB h-rn.si.nno
CORN AND POTATOES
by Hie biHliel, FOUR REE 8rt'ARl3,a lot of
One Clork. thrf-e prnin rraillei. graft iryibt'i. mid
oilier farmi'is "itHiinitu atil
ton numerous to mention.
M,il.i to mmmence at 9 o'clock, A.M.. when
terms will be made known aud ntf n.lnnce given by
Jill IN BNYIIEC.
MiHln, Feb. SO. W. J. O. WINTBK8TBUN, Auc.
The Proprietor having renovated and refitted hla
REST AURA VI', in the basement of lha
ho Won. d moil rappee! fully solicit a conllnuRnra nf
Hit iiuirniif-.fi 01 niBiiiti i-uiniiif-r, inu ctniin iy in
vilullio httuuliou of new unci to Lie refreshment,
31 fsllUlMTrl :
CANNED OYSTERS Saffirf
eaja-r. Bilt'EH OY8TER. FRCSH FHII,
?E-Jiii II...-U time, per week, II AM ANU
tll-.-f, I KII'B. IIOltOliN A, best of
LIQUORS AND CFGARS. '
(17 f)ytfr enn be nerved up to customs, t at
noimicnis noiicn. in
VAKIOI S STYLES,
8TBWKH. CUAFED. FRIT-D. OR. HWV,
toauit thetustcs of the epicurlan.
tAWSON CALM AN.
MoomsburFeb. 13, 1U7,
FOR S tLE.
TUG undersigned odor at private sale tbeir
situated in Centre Township, Columbia County,
bounded on the North by lands of James Kocher. on
lite Bnulh and West by Innds of David Fowler, and
on the Bast by land ol Gilbert Fewier, containing
nil cleared land, whereon are a large rough cast
A Largo Frame Bank Barn,
and other oul-buildinge.
There is a Well nf good water nt tho home, nnd
an Applo '
CD ;lS2,C3E2 CEQ CD
of choice fruit on the farm.
Possession will be given on the 'Orel day of April
Cr- Terms will b made easy.
WILLIAM k JAMBS TOR BY.
Centre. Jan. 3n. IHUT.
A Valuable Farm.
TH R undersigned will offer Ilia va'uable farm, at
private sale, siliifile In Madison Township, Colum
bia County, about one and a half inline east of Jer
icylown. on the public read leading to Bloomsburg,
forjy acres of which are cleared land, the balance
Wi l li TIMIIURED,
(TEN ACRES OF MEADOW,)
whereon are erected a
and the necoaiary niii-bullding. . Thore is good well
of wat. r al the door ; also a good
on Ihe premises, The terma will bo made
eay io the purchaser. ...,
Madison, Jan. 30, IHO
T ion '. rmi : itch i
I SCRATCH ! SCRATCH ! SCRATCH I
H ill lure The Itch In 48 Hoars.
Also curoi PAI.T RHWIM. UI.CF.HH, CHIL
BLA INSrand all ERUPTION!) OF TH E , SKI M
5U cents. For sale by all llrugglste. Hy aendlng tdi
cents to WEBK. fc POTTKIl. e Agents, l.ll V ash
ingion street, lloston, it will lorwnrded by mail,
free nf postage, lo any part of the Unilod IHaiee.
June U, IroiU.-ly.
Office over Hatiman't More, Ofpoult Foil 0(ju
lllooinsburg, Apr" IrMW .-tf.
DR. W. H. BRADLEY,-
(Late Aaalstant Medical Director U. B. Army,)
iMiysivian nud Surgeon.
fry CKif al Ike Borke Hotel .Bloomaborg- F
Calls promptly iiteneeois s -
Ne. 11, if
CLOTHING AND GENTLE-
MEN'S FURNISHING STORE.
THE undersigned rssnsetfullv anneuncse to his
many friends that ha has opened a new Clothing and
Oeutlemen's Furnishing Store, In the lower room of
the Hartma Hulldiug, seutbeaal cor nor pt Main and
Maraet'direeia, uiouiusnurg, ra.
Having Just rolurod from Philadelphia with a large
Fall nnd Uiiilci- Clothing
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Conn's, Jtr . fco. He flat
ts.s l.liuself that he cau please all. lilt gjocg crr
pnaea MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING,
end in fact everything In the Clothing or Furnishing
Very Low rneci.
In addition to Ihe above be haa an elegant assort
Clothes, Casmmerii, and Vesting.
IT" Clothing made loo,der at the shortest notice
Call andaea before purchasing elsewhere, and
NEUUE GIttAT MIUUIM,
J. W. CIIEMBEKI.1N.
October 10, I MO.
C. W. SNYDER,
WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL HEALER IN
I it OS,
BUILDER S HARDWARE,
Saws, Files, Chisela, Ai.s, Adtua. Augira, Vices
Shoe Findings, Brurhes,
POWDER. AND SHOT,
CHAINS. HCVTHB1, SNAI'IIS, BhLLH. CANS,
Ilird Ctges, Ropes and Twi to. Fishing Tackles,
Selves, llrasa Kettles, drosseut Paws, Wagon aad
Buggy rfprines, I'nalk and Chalk Lines, Wheel
Wright and Carpeiiter'a Tnnts, Table aod
Pwket Ciililery. Pin-arms, Toys. Ac. -c,
Wllh a lot ol other armies usually kept in a Hard-
nioomsbtirg, January IRM,-3ui.
inciurv No. 7IH AKCll HtreM.
above 7ih.. PHII.AIiEl.rillA.
Ilavo now u iur of my nrn
Iiiipurlntiog and Alanutaciur
itria of lha lorffil and moxi
btiautirnl stl",ti"n-j f
IVeor in ItiuCi
10. a niiH
"Mr f l
lar and flint-I nm ennblud to
o nf my
-riindi al virv rensniuibl. oricea. and
wnuld I lie re-
fori R'H.rit a rail from my (rimnlt ofCfiluiuliia Coun
ly and vicinity.
Remember lli Namf, Number and 8trrM.
No. 7IB ARCH Pt. ab. ?th., south side, Phila.lelpbia
- S7" I have no Punner, nor c ounrction with any
other Htore lo Plnlndelphia.
Uctoher III, IWiU, 4m.-J. Web
11R1VAL OF NEW GOODS
M. M. BROBST & CO-'S
The snbscribers having Just received their usual
large nssoitmenl of Winter
Dry Goods and Groceries.
They Invite the special attention of the public lo
'lie fact that they have purschased a large
STOCK OF -GOODS,
with the advantar of fitferlng raia Inducomonta lo
purctuiert. by tullinf
CHEAP FOR CASH
such articles at have heretofore demanded moat ex
Their assortmcrt of
is superior to those sold in moat country stores.
o it ii try Frodiice
taken at tho market price in eichange for goods.
C7 Give them I call before purchasing elsowhere.
BK0R8T fc ABBOTT.
Catawiasa, Jan. S3. IPfiT
J. J. BROWER
bargain replenished hia stock from New York? and
If yon want a handsome set of Furs, go to
BROW U. S.
If you want a beautiful French Poplin, go to
If yon want a splendid Balmoral, go to
If you want a nice De Lain go to
If yon want ChildreVa Dress Goods, go to
If you want to buy
Good and Cheap Goods,
of any description, go to
Dloomsbnrg, Jan. IS, NW.
Lackawanna & Bloomsbarg Railroad.
TWO DAILY TItAMis. -
ON AND AFTF.R JANUARY SR. TAP
6ENGER TstAlNS WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS:
AM AM P M.
6 50 710 41
e.os ew h.iki
V.0 P. 17
Pit ) AO
.. . ..... ,ii .
Arr at Northumberland
' Buport, B.U PM
ii Kingston,; ln.50 S
. . . - MM SOU
fl rrivs si c r -,u,"u, , -, m ,.,
Tralna leaving Kingston m i.c
ennnert with Train ernving al NewVnrk at m -Passengcf.
taking Train Sonlh from Scrs
per, reach Fbiladetphl... , t M.
Kingston. Jan. 30 1807 .
' BU! , BLANKS
0I frdsicj-iption lor .! ltoffice.-
no w restore.,.;- -
... . -"' m
. JUST published, In a seeled enve
lope, Fries Items. A lecture oa Ibe
nature, treat mem and radical eure of
Seminal Weabneae or Suerinainrbeeo.
Induced by Self-Abiiee I Involuntary rimis sinus. Im-
nolency Nervous iioi.hii sou, imp'o.roeaie tv
r.. ....111, , l..l,,nnllnn L b.UiI.W. ..J
piarriita. a"" ., '-"- i--.. r- r-r,
Fits .Hentul and Physlenl Ineapat-lty, die, Hf
Robert J. Cutveiwell, M, ll author of lbs 'OteeH
"The wn.'ld renowned author, In this admirable Lae
Hire, rlnnrly proves from his own eiperlanoa. that
tit. awful consequences of Self-Abuse maybe effset
ually removed without Medicine, and wllbouds.
gerous surgical operations, bougleo, Instrunierrte,
rings, or cordials, pointing outa node of cure at
once certain and ensrlual, by which every sufferer.
nu mailer what nia eonuition may oa, may can
himself cheaply, privately and radically, This Lssv
lure will pruvu a bunn to tliousan.la and thouaamla.
Hunt under sea. to any addresa, In a plain envelop,
on receipt of ! cents, nr two postage etampa.
Also ir. WUI vurw.il s msruso wbis.,
Adilreta. CHAU. J. O. KLIN B CO..
IV' niwr ry , i j i m a w-m wv
Feb. 13, IS07,-ly Peas Jr. Co.
00K TO YOUR IXTEf&ST.
ivev chair snojp.
J- H. BATES
Resneeifully Informs Ihe public generally that ba
has opened a first class
In Bloomsburg, on Main Street, (opposite Snyder'a
Hall,) where he has just r.coived from Philadelphia,
a laige assortment of
Bureaus, Kin nils,
a ROCKING CHAIRS, .
fifl NUDHE CHAIRS, CANE SEATED CBAIBfl,
Arm ( 'hairs nnd Windsor Chairs, all of which be of
fers to ihe public al reasonable prices.
07 Cane iealed l.'liinra platted to order, also all
other kind of repairing dons upon reasonable terms.
Don't fall to give hiui a call and secure great bar
gains. Hloomshurg, Nov. 7. IHOR.
LOOMSHUKO FANCY HUMMING
AND BOOK 570BE,
Second dcor below Hnrtman's Mnin'Blraet.
Just ruceived e new stock of
ZEPHYRS, WOOLEN AND COT
TON YARNS, CORSETS,
MUSLIN, EDfilNCS. DRESS
aud every variety of articlre usually kept la
AisoHriinnl Ronks. Hymn Books, Bibles, Sunday.
Schuol lloi.ka. and n large lot of
MISCELLA NEO US B 0 OKS,
Account nnd Memorandum Hooks, Blank Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgages, ond a general end well-selected
assort muni of Paper, Envelopes, dee.
nioonirhurg, June 70. IW.O. (
NTw"goods ; r"
C. . !tlli:R,!!i
TDK undersigned haa Just returned from Ihe city
with a full and coiupleu supply of
Dry Good and Wroccrlcs,
Notions. Crneerles, Tin-wnre", Hardware, Ce
dar end Willow Ware, Drugs, Confection
ary. f.lnes-Wure, Toharco. Hata and
Hhoes, Flour, rliill. Fish and Meal : ell of
which I propose selling at a very low figure for
cash or pmducc.
full nod see. C C. MARR.
Ulunuishurg, October 31. l'M-tf.
A neic Lumlcr Yard in Bluonwburg,
rpilE undersigned would resperifully Inform those
L inwt.it of lumber that be continues lo nianufa.ee
lure aod keeps on hand p good supply of buildiog
and fencing in. teri.-il, at Ids resitleiirn, a short dis
tance norlh of Ihe depot, which he oif.-re for sale al
ren-nnabln reies. JACOB PCHUYLER,
llluomsburg. June !0, IP06.
Evl.tte nf Robert Gallaspy, deceased.
l etters on til. estate of P.nbert Oiillsst.y. lete of
ll.-u.in.tc townhi,,, ruto.utiia County, imve been
granted hy Hie It' glsler of said Ci.uoty, to Havld B.
Wt.tfn.-r, of llru.io'-k ..wiishii,utnl county aloreeaid.
All persona r-aving claims ngainst the estale are
hereby reaaja sted lo pres-ui llie.n lo the ailministra
lor fir si-trrenieoi und those in.iehtud to Hie estate
of ihe decedent will make u.uy paymeut lo Ihe uu
dersigned witliuut delay.
It, B. WAGNER,
Hc-mlock. Feb. 13, I8H7-SW. Adm'r.
p UBLIC SALE OF
VALUABLE T.EAL ESTATE.
The undersigned, Eteeotore of Hie estate of Qon.
Luogenhcrger, dicjased, wilteiposelo public salo
on Hie premise", ill .Uaiu towusuip, Columbia coul,
TUESDAY THE 10TII OF MARCH,
lfr.7, ot 10 o'clock ol said day, the following valua
ble Ileal Estate, vi. :
A TRACT OF LAND,
ettiiate in Main township, bounded mi the North by
Inmls of Philip Miller, on the West by land, of
Michael FeC.erlf, on the Fust by lands of Jsinee
McAlamey, and on thu rtnulh by hind, of William
Lougenberger and oihere, containing
72 Acres and 47 Perches,
strict men sure, about silly acres of which are clear,
ed land, Ihe balance timbered. ALSO, one
TRACT OF WOOD LAND,
situate in Main township, Cn'uinhia county, bounded
on the East by lands nf Jacob Gluing on the North
by the Susquehanna, River, on Ihe South by lands of
James McAia.ney, and on the West by lands of
Philip Miller, coiiuiiiint
FORTY-SIX ACRES fc TWENTY-FIVE rERCHFJl
ALSO, one lot of Wood Land, situate in Mifflin
Township, adjoining lauds of Thomas Aten and
others, containing THREE ACRES.
-ALSO, the one third undivided interest in
VALUABLE COAL TRACT,
situate on MrCauley Mountain, in Reaver Township,
Volumnia County, containing
Four Hundred and Eighty-flve
more nr less, wllh the improvementa. There ate
two slopes, with ,
In operation, nn this tract, whore good
ANTHRACITE COAL .
is being taken out for the n.nrket. Th.-re is also a
Kairoad built with every facility for carrying off the
coal . . , .
ry Terma maae Known on nay .0
Muinville, Columbia Co , Pa. Feb. 13, 117. Ei'ra.
Will be exposed to public sale on the premises of
the subscriber, In Greenwood township, Columbia
TUESDAY, 5TII OF MARCH, 1867,
at 10 o'clock of said day. Ihe following personal
nrfitiarlV. X'iz I
Tmn AfrT.rrr COWS.
Two head .of young Cottle, Four Uead ofhi
B""l' r- T d.J
Une i WO nurie oicu,
one Bob sled, one Corn Harrow, one Plough, Rakes.
Porks, and a lot of other Innning utensils too num
erous to mention.
for Connitiou. man. ...n ffif,
TRAM HERB, Auctioneer.
Greenwood, Feb, 13, D7. '
rOH SPECIAL CASES, j
No. 14 Bond St, New York.
v.... i..cn.msiion. with Ihe Ais-awt fsstimsnUa
also, n Book on fpseie. sOfssosM in a ssefei eavrfeew;
sent free, j Im
til turf flea seen or , " s w, w.
it .' tor. 08 aaverii.i.ip pmi". s-jiiwrwiy -
elters, without resrsacss no stranje, should bo
trusted. Enclose a stamp for postaej and direct to
I.R LAWRENCE. NO 14 BONQ WMT. NEW
YOKK. i-",., i-...,-
MUNCY UOIKL, .
' i.jrcoiiiins County, Dar;
N. HUDSON, Proprietor.,;
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