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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMS13U11G, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1866.
LP PAL INTELLIGENCE.
WlT.TiTAM L. HADDOCK & CO., UOM-
ftors In flno groceries, No. 110 South Third
gBtroct (opposlto tho Glrard Bank),
Philadelphia.
I CAPTAIN' C. B. BROCKWAY glVOU
i special attention to tho collection of tho
f back-pay, bounties, pensions, and other
claims duo to soldiers, their widows
tind fiunlllee. Ills largo oxperlcnco mid
ii hla uniform success In doubtful cases
f aro his highest recommcndatlonandthu
uwt encouragement claimants can navo
to cngngo his services. Tho claim ho
cannot prosecute successfullyltls useless
to put Into tho hands of another.
It la edifying to observe the affection-
'tito manner In which P. John, of tho
JRepublican, praises his neighbors of tho
Democrat and Star upon their political
conduct. Ho slaps them on tho shoulder,
Und bids them proceed as good boys In
their efforts to consolldato tho Radical
, ranks, and helpjiis friend Mercur. If
,jlho "high contracting parties" can win
Jn their llttlo game, who knows but
Bomo flno day another fat ofilco may turn
up for P. John. If so, ho should cor
'(tulnly sharo tho profits with his gene
... "rous assistants.
The Democrat and Star, tho now
jjMcrcur organ, Is concerned about tho
selection of Mr. Clark's deputies In tho
district. Mercur may lose several ser
viceable supporters now In oflko by
salutary changes, and henco tho deep
concern of tho Democrat and Star. If It
.only dared to hoist tho name of tho
Negro Suffrage, Anti-Johnson candi
dato at tho head of its columns it would
simplify matters very much. As It Is,
It must do Its work lor Mercur and P.
John Indirectly by blowing a very lladl
, 'cal trumpet against any posslblo union
of conservative men to defeat tho former,
'.'and by endeavoring to sow as much of
'."distrust and Jealousy as posslblo in tho
'.'public mind concerning all movements
,or changes which may operate to .his
injury.
The Jiepublican of last week stated as
' a fact that Copperheads wcro applying
for Assistant-Asscssorships in this dis
trict, and that Mr. Clark was forward
"Ing their petitions to Washington. Wo
"nro informed by tho Assessor that tills
statement of the -ftewMic'cm is absolutely
false. So far as ho has Information no
Democrat, or Copperhead if you please.
.'lifts mado application for placo under
lilm,and no petitions have been forward
ed to Washington by him. Tlio sumo
paper of this week stales that persons
.from Montour and Bradford Counties
, Havo been in town soliciting Depuly-As-eeesorships
of Mr. Clark, and wero by
him referred to Mr. Buckalow. This
statement wo aro also authorized to pro
,nounco an inexcusable lie. How beau
tifully this editor Illustrates and enforc
es tho idea that some men prefer false
hood to truth 1 Tho public are beginning
to understand this, and will govern
. . themselves accordingly.
Tim Bloomsburo Post-office.
Tho Radical Postmaster at this place,
.Having ascertained that ho is to bo re
moved, has written tho Insolent letter
'Which wo give below to tho Postmastor
Gonoral. Ho risks nothing, because his
fatois already fixed ; but ho attempts to
linprovo tho occasion to play tho part
of a disinterested patriot. It is tho case
of tho Assessorship over again. When
tho ofilco can no longer bo hold tho in
cumbont protends to caro nothing about
It, and vaunts his own independence,
i All at onco tho grapes aro very sour
TOST-OFFICE, IlLOOMSIinilO, I'A.,
August 7, 1800.
Hon. A. W. Jtandall:
Sir. I havo lust received vnnr mil
for tho Philadelphia Convention, under
tno iranic oi bcnator uownn, and I lias
ten to reply.
I most heartily nnnrovo of paid mil
.nnd for the following reason, viz : it will
placo all such renegades as Cowan nnd
yourseii in tno vaults or tlio Copper
Robol Democracy, and so fully show up
your oaseness aim ireacnorv to vnnr
friends aud your country as to render
you powerless for harm.
I hold tho best post-ofllco in Columbia
County. It is nt your disposal. My
political principles and doctrines belong
to myself. Respectfully, etc.,
u. j. ajiiUKiuv, postmaster.
"Wo think vory likely that tho circular
for tho Philadelphia Convention has
uccn In his hands for somo time, al
though ho pretends to havo Just re
celved it.
Within a few days wo havo scon a
letter from a gentleman of standing in
ttradrord County, detailing an open con
voreailon with Mercur about his pros
pecta of re-election. Mercur is delight
ed'wlth tho Democrat and Star, of this
jplace, which has been for somo timo so
obviously edited In his interests. Its
denunciations of Johnson men cnncral
ly,;Uts flings at Senator Buckalow, who
iioaijonn removed, and beat him (Her
cur) upon Clark's confirmation ; its fool
Ish articles about tho Philadelphia Con
vontlou ; and its frantic protests against
nnylconcort of action with men who
cannot swear altogether by Valiant!!;:
nam and Fernando Wood-all thco
things convoy comfort nnd encourage-
morn to ins breast. Undoubtedly tl
HWeotost reading ho has had since tlio
downfall of Dr. John is tho Democrat
'.Vct, tr. i .
ununtur, jiu uuguis 10 nopo no may
get back to Congress to votooirulnst An-
drew Johnson und for bulfrago to our
"colored brethren" throughout tho
wholo country. Ho knows that his
.only chance must bo created by leal
ou'sles, divisions, and disputes among
men opposed to him In opinion : for
clear majority of tho freemen of tho
district avo for tho President's paving
policy ot restoration, and against pol
luting tho ballot-box by necro sulVnitro,
Henco his satisfaction with tho reputed
organ oi mo Democracy of this county
and .his expression of belief that there
can1-bo no sufficient concentration of
votes to defeat him. But Wo boliovo ho
is making calculations which will not
bo"reallzed. Tlio people of this district
will not bo foolish enough to elect him
ftfiocond tlmo to misrepresent them In
Con'grc&.
GARDNER, HUMMING!, AND Co.'S
Circus, combined with Van Amburgh
mid Co.'fl Monogcrlc, will exhibit hero
on tho twenty-third Instant. It Is a
superior exhibition.
IN the Providence of God ho Andrew
Johnson has been elevated to tho Presi
dency. In his effort to complete tho
noblo work eo nttsplclttously begun by
his predecessor, tho ever-lamented Lin
coln, ho should have tho support of loyal
men everywhere. Our motto Islruslhim,
have faith in Mm stand by him In his
high and holy work. Columbia Count
Icpubllcan, February 8, 1800.
Ilnnvr.T Promotions. Tho follow
ing brevet promotions In tho volunteer
servlco, of officers of merit in this sec
tion have recently been mado: "Colo
nel Wellington II. Ent.of tho Sixth Reg
iment Pennsylvania Rescrvo Volunteer
Corps, to bo Brevet Brigadier-General,
to dato from March thirteenth, 18G5, for
gallnnt conduct nt the battles of tho
Wilderness, Spottsylvanla Court House,
and Bethcsda Church, Virginia; Major
Chester K. Hughes, Ono Hundred mid
Forty-third Regiment Pennsylvania
Volunteers (of Cambra, Luzerne Coun
ty, Pennsylvania), two grades of pro
motion, vjzs Lieutenant-Colonel and
Colonel for meritorious services, and for
omuls received nt Gettysburg and Cold
Ilnrbor; Captain Samuel Waters, Com-
pady A, Sixth Pennsylvania Reserves
to bo Major; First-Lieutenant Albion
B. Jamison, samo company nnd regi
ment, to bo Captain ; Second-Lieutenant
Harrison J. Conner, of tho samccoinpany
mid regiment, to bo First-Lieutenant.
Tho above promotions wero well earned
and justly conferred. In tho case of
Colonel Ent wo beg to suggest u fact
hich entitles him to nn additional
brovet. When tho Rebellion burst upon
us and President Lincoln mode his first
call for soldiers Colonel Ent, then recent
ly admitted to tho Bar, and still In tho
ofilco of his preceptor, was tho first man
In this county to tako tho proper steps
to respond to that call, and how cfiectu-
ally ho labored was soon seen in tho or
ganization of tho Iron Guards. How
ever gallantly ho mny havo fought, or
however skillfully ho may havo com
manded, ho has dono nothing in connec
tion with tho lato war which entitles
him to moro credit than tho fact wo havo
referred to.
DIED.
In Bloomsburg, on tho thltd Instant, Hope, only
son of Jonh O. nnil Magglo W. Freeze, aged six
ears, throo months, nnd ono day.
In Jackson, on tho twenty-second ultimo, Mrs.
'ullliv McHcnry,ngciI twenty years, ulna months
nil twenty-two days.
In tho samo place, on tho twenty-sixth ultimo,
Sirs. i:il7nlicth Kester, aged sevcnty-llvo years,
six month", nnd twenty days.
In Denton, on tho llrst day of August, Richard
Corbln, sou of Itlchard und Amanda Stiles, aged
ireo months and twenty days.
Jliu-ltct ltrport.
Wheat per bushel S2 .3
" o - i in
Corn " l o)
Klour per bnrrcl r, oo
Clover.sced fl 00
l uixseeii :
lluttcr so
r-Pfts
liillow
I'otatoes 1 CO
P-led Apples 3 (el
. o k 18
li.tllis
SUUs u'nd .shoulders 10
Jirtl per pound lit
Ha per ton 13 00
(Jraml .Inrnrs .Si'iiti'iubcr Term, 1800.
Horough Herwlck Hudson Owen.
Heaver lMulel Slnnley.
Hcntun Hiram 1 livurett.
Uloom HenJ.imlu K Hartman.
Catawlisa Walter Lashell, Uenjamln Miller.
Ontre Samuel Hower. Jackson Knurr.
r-'ishtneereek Cvius Vhtto. Jntin Dreseher.
John Zaner.
1 ranuun Washington rarr, Cieorgo V. Fens
termacher. ureenwnoil William A. Kline, Jacob 1C. Berlin.
iiemiocuionn jisiier.
Main William Swisher, Daniel Fisher.
Mllllln Samuel Andrews.
Montour l'hllln Helmbach.
l'lue WlUlam Ivai-bclmer.
ItonrluKCieekl 'hi lip Cool.
sugarloat .laeoti li. eruz.
Hcottr-Daniel Mclllck.
Traverse .Ttlrors.
Reaver Peter Knecht, Samuel Johnson.
Henton .Samuel M'Henry.
Hloom Pen r lliltmever. Henrv nicer.
Hliarcreek Absolom Hombov. Kmmer Dettter.
icti.
Cntawlssa llenlamln Hams.
Centre Oeorco H. 1 less. Cminit Alkman. Plilllr
Creasv. Josenh P. Conner.
Con vnuliam StenhcnMonairban. "Vllll.ini Snv-
liri , iiiuutil lieiuv.
l' lslilnpereel: John p. creasy.
I'lankliu Daniel Zarr, William Rohrbaeli.
Llreenwiiud 1-Mward Henrv. ClLsha llavmnn
oaiuuei iii'kui L.
Hcmloelv Hi-uDen llomlioy, Samuel Erusler,
Jackson Frederick Wile.
Locust John L. Hur.it. Lucas I'ahrlmrer. Murk
Williams.
J'll.'I.BUll .,ll.y J. .'1,113. JUIIll .llIUU.
Mllllln Albert C. Millard. Iloracj Sehwennen.
iiim'i, Junius imtii.ui, i&iuiu nii uur.
.n..n. i.i....... .. , . i.i ii. ..i..
Hcott William While.
Sugarloaf Joshua Fritz.
or Causes for Trial.
1. Stephen Haldv i j. tho Catnwlssa, Wllllnmb-
pon, nn'i J.ric itauroan uompany
'i. William L. Lanco is. Thomas Crevi
3. Jacob Harris ejr. Peter Jaeubv.
vcllng.
4. Andiew J, Snyder nt. John Sheatler.
5. Jacob Shuman vs. Christian M'olf,
0. Jacob Shuman is. Jacob HarUei.
7, A. S. Saul r.i. Henjamln Wintersteen.
8. Samuel Henry i'j..IaeobHo-ler,WtlltamKllno-
tob, and Gideon Hosier, lato doing business
In tho name of Hosier , Co.
0. Jacob Shuman is. tho Catawlssa Rallraid
(tomnnnv.
10. GooiguA. Herring t j. rotor Miller.
11, Edward Hclluer i. tho Iicust Mountain Coal
and Iron Company, ct. al.
10. J. P. Haekenbeig, for tho uso of M. Chamber-
nn, vx. uas it. i-.ugur.
13. John lllnterlltervj. John Jameson.
l. jacon iicnuey t. catawivsa iiallroaa Com
Dam. 13. William A. Case, ct. al., vs. tho Township of
uiiini,
1(1. William Lamon r. I'eter Haymrin,
17, M'llllam Unnon i. John Vannelt,
Is. Henry F. Nu,-sv.. Horoiigh uf Herwlck.
10. Abraham H. SwMier is, Samuel Hlmby.
."0. .1. F. Anspneh, tt. al rt. William P. Ryon.
.'1. i:ii Jones vs. Miles II. Abbott, el. al.
.lohu Jttmciou vs, Joeph R. Jumenon.
.i, iiroenwooti iowusnip vs, amuei uogari.
I, Sylvester J, Faux vs, Isaau While,
r-.l ivvniui j, I iia.v la. iniuiu lint'.
M. Cnrlstlan Kunpp vs. tho School District of
iiiuiiiii.
27. Hussler and Wife vs. Schlussler and Wife.
li. Wright Hughes i. Peter Miller,
a', David J ju Uh t. Mount Pleasant Township. I I
HO. Sylvester J. Fuuxivt. Isauo WhlU.
01. .Tolm O. DUillne, it. at., i t. Pun In Masters.
!K. Jonathan KlilUlu ei. M'rlght Hughes,
,i-i. .iiur.v i.. iiieeu vs, isaau t Jiue,
31. Michael Casey t. Franklin Taylor, t, al
M. Jamei Harry n. Robert (Jm rell.
HU. John Laverns ri, Harnoy .M'llrearty.
i)7. Peter Kalt-hher, ct, al., vs. Daniel K rum's ad
ministrators, SC. Solomon Neyliard t. tho township of Cenlro
William II. Ahlioll,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Catawlssa, Pa.
M. 3j. Juclcson,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Horwlclr, Columbia County, To.
M. M. Trauijh,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Near Amirlean Hotel.
.11. M. L'Vtllr,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Centralis, Columbia County, Ta.
U. II. I.lllli',
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
paico on Main Street, In white frnmo house, bo
low tho Exchango Hotel.
llnlictl 1 Clark,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Ofneo corner of Main nnd Market Blrccts, over
First National Hank.
John CI. l-iceir,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Ofilco In Register nnd Recorder' office. In tho
basement of the Court House.
Wesley Wirt, "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Office on Main Street, over S. 11. Miller's Store.
SHERIFF'S SALE. BY VIRTUE
of sundry writs of vcrulttlonl rrpotui, to inn
directed, Issued out of tho Court of Common I'leos
in tno County or Columbia, will lie exposed to
public sale, at tho Court House, In lllniimslmrg,
on .MONDAY. Till', lid DAY OF HKITEMllEIt
next, at 1 o'clock In tlio afternoon of said day, tho
following real estate, to wit!
All that certain pleco or tract of land sltuato In
Kugarloaf Township, Columbia County, contain
ing ono hundred iicrrs nioro or less, nbout sixty
ncres of which Is elrnred land, bounded and do
sbrlhed ns follows, to wltt on tho north and east
by lands of Codrad lless, on tho south by lands
of Samuel lless, and on tho west by lands of Ilen
Janiln l'eterinau, whoreoti nro erected n one-story
plank dwelling-house, u lug stable, with tho ap
purtenances. Selred, taken In execution, and to bo sold as tho
property of WILLIAM J. HESS.
nugu-u n,.uuijii n.i im-.ii, niicriu.
H
Altl'ER'3 WEEICLY.
TRllMH.
Ono copy ono year v tl 00
One copy for throo months 1 00
And nn extra codv will bo allowed tor overv
club of live subscribers, nt 31 00 each, or six eoplos
for .11 00. Payment Invariably In advance.
Tho Hound Volumes of llaiper's Weekly from
tho commencement will bo sent to nny part of tho
unueiiMinies, ireo or carriage, upon receipt oi mo
price, vl7. !
i;iuui 11U101UI7 3' w per loiuiuu,
Half Morocei 1 W "
Knell Volumo contains tho Numbers for Ono
Yl";itMS TO ADVJ'.RTIsnRS.-Ono dollar and
fifty cents per line for Inside, two dollars per ltno
for oulsldo Advertisements, each Insertion.
HAUiT.it iium uiiu, fuonsiiers.
jILLER & ELBE it,
v wnoiesaio
IIOOKSLLLLRS, STATIONRItS,
AND ULANK-U001C MANUFACTURERS.
No. 201 North Third Slroct,
I'hlladelphla.
Wall and Curtain Pnpors, nnd Stationery gen
erally.
jylLLER'S STORE.
l'ltl'Sll AUULAll ut
SPRINO AND SUMMRR GOOD3.
Tho subscriber has Just returned from tho cities
with another largo and select assortment of
SPRINO AND SUMMLU GOODS,
purchased In New York nnd Philadelphia nt tho
lowest llgurc, nnd which ho Is determined to sell
on as modomto terms as can bo procured elso
whero In llloomsburs. His slock comprises
LADIKS' DRESS GO0D.S
of tho choicest styles and latest fashions, together
with a largo assortment of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of tho following articles :
Carpets,
Oil Cloths,
Cloths,
Casiilmeres,
Shawls,
l'lanncls,
Silks,
Will to Goods,
Linens,
Hoop Skirts,
Muslins,
Hollowware,
Cedarwaro
Quccnsware, Hardware,
Hoots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, -Hoop
Nets,
Umbrellas,
Looklng-Glasscs,
Tobacco,
Cotreo,
Sugars,
Teas,
Rice,
Allspice,
Ginger,
Cinnamon,
Nutmegs
AND NOTIONS GENERALLY.
In short, everything usually kept In country
stores, to which ho Invites tho nttontlon of tlio
public generally. Tho highest price will bo paid
for country produco in exchange for goods.
S. II. MILLER,
Arcado Ilulldlngs, Hloomsburg, Pa.
ENRY GIOER
ias opened a llrst-class
HOOT, SHOH, HAT AND CAP STORE.
nt his old stand on MalnStrcet, Hloomsburg. His
stock is com posed ui tho very latest and best styles
ever oll'ered to tho citizens of Columbia County.
He can accommodate tho public with tho follow
lin- kinds iiuJ lirlees:
Men's calf boots, lint S3 00 to 0 00
" Kip, doulilo sole .1 t...i
Hovs' ehllrl's bootR 1 73 tot
Men's eloo kill. Comiress. ,te L' 31 to 5
" " Halmoral shoes 1 HO to 3 CO
Men s, women s, buys', nnd mls'.es'
ulovo kid lasting gallers 1 73 to 3 75
Women's glove kids, ery tine 3 23 to 5 75
uno goat morocco oauuoiais 'j iio to l w
men's morocco and calf shoes t 75 to 2 50
cnmmiiii shoe 1 50 to 2 50
Misses' and child's shoes 0 S3 to 1 CO
Men's, women's, misses', Hoys', anil
child's slipper 0 23 to 1 00
Ho also keeps a great variety of
HAT'S, CA1-S, AND STRAW GOODS
of every kind, at tholowest prices, both for cash
and country produce,
jiemeuiuer inu iiiiiiiiiiuu muum nwui, iuu i
I..-. tit lti.4 fro lit lif.'li liricew. hilt, cull iimt
seo fur yourselves, llespeetfiillv,
11U.III1 VJ.VJ,.,..
rMi ONLY PLACE
to get tho best
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
is at HUNGSIIEROER'S,
n few doors below Iho American House,
Hloomsburg, Pa,
Ho has tho largest nnd most select of
SMOKING AND CHEWING T011ACCO
ever offered to tho citizens of Hloomsburg, All
tho fancy brands of
SEOARS,
and Iho best Fine-cut and Plug
- CIIEWINO TOHACCO,
can bo had at his counters,
TOHACCO I'irEs'
In great varloty nro among his largo stock,
don't roRairr to call.
II. II. HUNHHEROER.
rVO ALL WHOM IT JIAY CON-
.1. Cl'.U.V. Plcaso tako notlco Hint I, Ira Road'
armcl, of Celitlevllle, Culumbla County, having
bought Iho following list of property from Peter
Hower, do declare that It Is my Intention to lend
tho bamo to tho bald I lower, to wlti four beds;
ono doren chnlrs; ono lot of dishes; ono cup
board; one bureau; twenty yu,rds of carpet; ono
cooking slovej ono parlor stove; ono two-horo
wagon; ono two-horso earrlago; one double set of
harness; ono blnglo bet of harness; two tables;
two pigs. JUA ROADARMEL,
EMPIRE SHUTTLE iSEWINd-MA-
li CHIN1X nro kiiperlor to all others for
FAMILY AND MANUFACIUHINU PURPOSES,
O jntalunll tlio latest Improvements; aio speedy;
uui.mippt iiiiii.uii'i linn rik. u, muiii
Illustrated Clrculsrs tree. Agents wanted. IJb'
erul discount allowed, No consignments made,
Address EMPIRE S. M. CO.,
augl-l CIS Broadway, New York.
GRAND OPENING
(I HAND OPENING
GRAND OPENING
GRAND OPENING
dllAND OPENING
SPRING AND BUMMER GOODS,
SPRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
SPRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
SPRINO AND HUMMER QOODS,
consisting of
consisting of
consisting of
consisting of
consisting of
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
HATS AND CAW,
HATS' AND CA1-S,
HATS AN" OA I'M,
HATS AND CAW,
HATS AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND BHOr.S,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
- READY-MADE CLOTHING,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
READY-MADE CLOTHINO,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
LOOKING-GLASSES,
LOOKING-GLASSES,
LOOKING-GLASSES,
LOOKING-GLASSES,
LOOKING-GLASSES,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
PAINTS AND OI1.S,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
GROCERIES,
GROCERIES,
GROCERIES,
OROCERUM,
GROCERIES,
QIJEENSWARE,
QUEENS WARE,
QUEENS WARE,
QIJEENSWARE,
QUEENSWARE,
HARDWARE,
HARDWARE,
HARDWARE,
HARDWARE,
HARDWARE,
TINWARE,
TINWARE,
TINWARE,
TINWARE,
TINWARE,
SALT,
SALT,
SALT,
SALT,
SALT,
FISH,
FISH,
FISH,
FITR,
FISH,
GRAIN
GRAIN
GRAIN
GRAIN
GRAIN
AND SEEDS,
AND SEEDS,
AND SEEDS,
AND SEEDS,
AND SEEDS,
Ac.,
Ac,
Ac,
McKELVY, NEAT.
McKELVY, NEAL
McKELVY, NEAL
McKELVY, NEAL
McKELVY, NEAL
A CO.'S,
A CO.'S,
A CO.'S.
A CO.'S,
A CO.'S,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main nnd Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main und Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main unit Market Streets,
HLOOMSnURG,
HLOOMSHURG,
HI.OO.MSIUIItO,
HLOOMSHURG,
HLOOMfellURO,
PA
PA.,
PA.,
PA.,
PA.
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAII.N,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
In largo quantities mil at reduced rates, nlway
on band,
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AMERICAN CIRCUS,
asp
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MAMMOTH MENAGERIE
anp
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Tho Ltivgost Traveling Exhibition in
tho Wor'd.
Comprlslm th onlf
REAL MENAGERIE
III Amerlc-i, with lh
rsnby Kleplmnl, a ilunipod CiuncI,
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Lions, Tigers, Leopards, &c.,&c,
At. J lh
1 .
a2n2si. 'VtSSf
BEST CIRCUS TROUPE
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Performers and Better Clowns
Than nreomrrUpJ Inanynimllir ExhihitiAn.
Two Performances each Day, Af
ternoon" and Night.
PnonnfMMi nt 1 nml 0 (clock,
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leelared by any company fur the samu length of
time. I-'or further Information npply to
P.S. RIHHEL, Agent,
llloomsbuig, Pa,
p U1JL1C SALE
OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
In nurMienco of nn order of tbn OriihnnO fYiiirt.
of Coluinbta C'liunly, P.i., on Kiturdny, the elev-
eniu nay in Aiigusi nexi, in ono o chick in tno ai
ternnou. lli-nfiilntn I'. Imrtmun. AdmliiKtmlrnv
with the will annexed, ol nil nnd slngulur tho
goods and chatiels. rlghtsnnd credits, which wero
nf .lames llli-:ill. late of Mnntimr Tim-tihhln in
said county, deceased, will exnoso to sale by pub
lic vendue, on thu pieinlscs, a certain plueo, pnr-
fi-l.lir tract nf Jllllil. Nltimti, In tntilr,nr T.iwnA.i..
Ill the County of Columbia, adjoining lands of
L.'.iiiH-iiiiii'icr unuens on me rust, wiinain llnli
erls on the north, Uiorge A, Wlllets on the umih,
and Prick mil Hurley tin the wivt. c-oiit.iiiiiin.
sixty acres moro or less, h hereon nre erecti.il n
muni- uneiuu-iniu.se. aim iiurn nun oilier nut"
hullillni;.,. Late tho vst.ttu orsald deeensed, situ,
iitu In tho Township of Muutouraiid eouiuy nfuro
said. J1NSE COLEMAN, Clerk.
iuoomsuurg, .iuiy 17, isjiu,
CONDITIONS OP Mali:.
Tell tier cent of lino lnllrtli nt mireli'ii.A niniie-
to bo I'll Id Oil Striklne iliiwn nf tllil immirli' nnil
"ii i.nu inu niiiaiict) in one year irom eonnima-
lion aui, will! lIHcreL uli biilil lialunea rroni eon-
llrmntton nisi. Purchaser to pay for deed and
stamps.
ii. i' iiAiiTMAiN, Administrator.
JOHN STItOUI' it CO.,
successors to Ktroup t Brother,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PISH,
No. 21 North Wharve.s, an I ft North Water St.,
Philadelphia.
TJ W. HANK'S
WHOLESALE TOBACCO, SNUFF, AND
L'lfJAU WAREHOUSE,
No. 1 18 North Third Street,
between Cherry nnd Race, west side,
Philadelphia.
JOSE1MI S. DELL,
Manufacturer of and Wholeialo Denier in
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND
VESTINGS,
No, 13 North Third hired,
Philadelphia,
mm
QI.INIBUS LINE.
Tho undersigned would rospcctfully nnnounco to
tho citizens of Uloomsbnrg nnd tlio publlo gene
rally that ho Is running an
OMNIBUS LINE
between this placo and tho different railroad de
pots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect with tho
several trains going South nnd Weston tho Cata
wlssa and WHIIamsiort Railroad, and with thoso
going North nnd South on tho Lackawanna and
Hloomsburg Rnllrond.
Ills Omnllmsscs aro In good condition, commo
dious nud comfortable, nnd chargos reasonable
Persons wishing to meet or.sco their friends do-
P art, can bo accomodated upon rcasonablo chnrgo
by leaving timely notlco nt nny of tho hotels.
JACOD J.. OIRTON, Proprietor.
rpiIU AMEltlCAN 1IAY KNIFE
1 AND 1'OUK. Wn the nnilcrslnneil eltllens
oi Columbia County wltncsicd tho trial of hay
forlis on tho farm of Mr, l'urscl, In Jleniloek
,vnhlp, on Monday, May 7, 1900, between tho
lerlean llav Knife anil I nrlr iimiiiifnettirpd bv
HLIKKR, WALI.M, WIRINKR & Co., of Lewis
burg, l'a., nnil tho Humld'n Patent liny Hook,
Tho American l'ork lined moro hay in ono
ilrniiKht Hum tho Runilel In three. Wo nro satis-
nen n will unco lis niucu nny into mo mow as two
IWI Itiuni o inn iiiui'i ,, v tuou o VlllllllK
inv. nml think 1L ciinnot bo bent us nlmv knife.
nnd cheerfully recommend It ns tho best hay fork
and knife wo tiavn ever seen.
t;. JiITTF.NlinNDKR, l)lt. i . c JiAniusoN,
W. H. KOOKK, .lOIlM l)OAK,
.loitN DctkiiicK, D.VNtr.1, Novr.n,
11. DinLEMIt.LEIt, HYLVlSTElt l'tJIBEt,
Miciiari. Ili'.i.i.Eit, John Wolf.
Tliev nlso iiiniiiifuf tnro tlio eelehrntea Tlilclce
Reaper and Mower, and other agricultural Imp!
jiieiin.
jjonics HOTEL,,
ui'iOiiuii v. .mauuu iToprieior.
Tho nbovo well-known hotel has recently under
gone radical changes In Its Inlcrnul arrangements,
nnd lt proprietor announces tohls former custom
nud tho travelling public that his accomodations
for tho comfort of his guests nro second to nono In
tho country. Ills table will always bo found sup
plied, not only with substantial food, but w 1th all
tho delicacies of Iho season. Ills wines and It
ouors (except that popular beverage known as
.uccnr2r). purchased direct from tho Importing
house, nro entirely pure, and freo from nil pol-
Bonnus drugs He is thankful forallherul patron-
ngo In tho past, nnd will contlnuo to deservo It In
tho future. GKOROU W. MAUOl-.R.
T U. 1'UKSEL,
IIARNIOSS, SADDLE, AND TRUNK
MANUTACTORUn,
and denier In
CARPET-RAGS, VALISES, FLY-NETS .S.C.,
Main Street, lloomburg, Tn.
pOWDEH KEGS AND LUMBEH
W. SI. MONROE & CO.,
Rupert, To.,
Mnnufaclurers of
I'OWDER ICEG3,
nnd dcnlors In nil kinds of
LUMnKR,
glvo notlco that thoy nro prepared to accomodate
their custom with dispatch, nnd ou tho chenpoit
terms.
jTEW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
l-'rush arrival ot
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
DAVID LOWENBERQ
Invites attention to his slock of
CHEAT AND FASHION AULE CLOTHING,
nthlsstoroon
Main Street, two doors abovo tho American House,
nioomsburg, Pa.,
wher'n ho has Just received from New York and
Philadelphia a full assortment of
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTniNO,
Including tho most fashionable, duruble, nnd
handBomo
DRESS GOODS,
consisting of
RON, SACK, FROCK, GUM, AND OIL-CLOTH
COATS AND PANTS,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. Ho bos also replen
ished his already largo stock of
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VESTS,
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS,
ILVNDKERCIIIErS, GLOVES,
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Ho has constantly ou hand a largo and woll-se-
Icctcd assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS,
which bo Is prepared to mako to order Into nny
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnd in tho
best manner. All his clothing is mado to wear,
and most of it Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
of every description, fine nnd cheap. Ills caso of
Jewelry Is not surpassed In this place. Call nnd
examine his general assortment of
CLOTniNO, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ac.
DAVID LOWENBURO.
QAltlUAOE MANUFACTOKY,
uioomsourg, l'a.
M. C. SLOAN A BROTHER,
tho successors of
WILLIAM SLOAN & SON,
contlnuo tho business of making
CARRIAGES, BUGQIES,
and every stylo of
FANCY "WAGONS,
which they havo constantly on hand to suit cus
tomers. Never using nny material but tho best
and employing the most experienced 'Workmen,
they hopo to continue ns hcretoforo to glvo entire
satisfaction to every customer. An Inspection of
their M-ork, nnd of tho reasonablo price usked for
the same, Is nuro to lnsuro n sale.
T7KKSH ARRIVAL OF NEW
X1 GOODS. Tho undersigned bos Jnst urrlved
ftom the City with n largo assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Dyo Stuffs,
Rcndy-Mado Clothing, Perfumery, Toy nnd Fancy
Articles, Druggist's Glassware, Brushes, Trusses
and Supporters, and o general assortment of every
thing that belongs ton well-appointed Drug Store.
Also Pat ent Medicines of all kinds, such as Jayue's,
Aycr's, M'lshart's, Wlnslow's Son! dug Syrup,
Brown's Troches, Hwnlu's Punaccu, linker's Cod
Liver OU, Hoolluud's Bitters constantly uu hand,
Also
MOROCCO LEATHER, KID, FRENCH MOROC
CO, FRENCH CALFSKINS, PINK
TRIMMINGS, BINDINGS,
by tho dozen or nnlf-dozen. Also
SHOE-FINDINGS, FISHING-TACKLE, Ac.
Having had n largo experience In tho drug busi
ness, I would respectfully Invito thoso wishing
anything In that lino to call and sco my stock be
fore purchnslngelsowhere. "Inmedlcluesriuallty
Is of tho Hist Importance,"
JOHN R. MOYER.
Q.OOD NEWS FOR EVERYUODY.
Owing to tlio Into fall In gold,
EPIIRAIM W. ELWELIj
has reduced his prices to suit nil buyers, cither at
wholesiilo or retail, Ifyouwaut
SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRU, SPICI'A
CRACKERS, CANNED TRUIT, DRIED
FRUIT, WOODENWARE, FISH,
BEANS, CHEESE, FLOUR,
FEED, AC, Ac. Ac,
Slv wotuall. j:PHRAIM W niAVEU,.
IXCHANOE IIWTKL,
1 1II.00JI81IURG, OOIAJMlllA
Tho umlcmlnnwl linvlng purchnned tiild well--
Known nnd cenlrnlly-locnleil houne, tho Kxclinngo
iioici, Mtnoto on siain htrkkt, In lUoomnburg,
Immediately opposite Iho Oolumhla County Court
Homo, respectfully Inform Ills friends and tho
publlo In Roncrol that his house Is noy In order
for tho reception and enlorUlnmont of travellers
who may bo disposed to favor It with their cus
torn. Ho has spared no expense In preparing I ho
nxehauRO for the entertainment of his guests.
neither shall Ihero bo anything wanting (on hln
part) to minister to tbolr personal comfort. Ills
houso Is spacious, and enjoys nn excellent busi
ness location.
Omnlbusses rati nt all times between tho V.x-
chfinfie Hotel and tho various railroad depots, by
which travellers will bo pleas-antly conveyed tci
and from tho respective stations In duo tlmo to
meet tho cars. JOHN P. CA8LOW.
Dloomsburg, March 22, 1SW.
CUSQUEIIANNA HOTEL,-
YJ Catawlssa, Pa.
Tho abovo Hotel has lately been purclinscd by"
uj.rtui J, ULAiiiv, and has been thoroughly rc
modollcd, repaired, and refurnished. It will bo
found now, In Its arrangement and nppolntmcnts.
a tlcst-clnss Hotel, nnd second to nono In that
country. Persons In cities wishing to spend tho
hot months In tho country, will do well to glvo
tho proprietor ncalb
JgAKElt AND CONFEOTlONEll.
1H 11. SiUllINIilt
has always on hand and for rnlo
FRESH DREAD, CAKES, AND PIES,
FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CONFECTIONS
In every stylo and variety,
NUTS, FRUITS!,
and everything usually found in n
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STOItL
Having recently filled up a new nnd elegant,
ICE-CREAM AND EATINQ SALOON,
ho Is prepared to nccomodato ladles nnd go ntlo
men In the best stylo, m
JltUa AND CHEMICAL STOHE,
Bloomsburg, Ta.
flRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PERFUMERT
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
EYEIV & MOYER
respoctfully Invito n cohtluuanco of patronngo.
Tholr Drugs nnd Medicines nro all selected with
tho greatest caro, nvoldlng ns much as posslblo
tho Introduction of delirious nostrums, nnd nro
purchased from tho best Importing houses in the)
country
PATENT MEDICINES
of all kinds, Including Aycr's, Jayne's, Hollo
way's, Hostcttor's, Wlsbart's, Hoofland's, dc
constantly on hand.
COAL OIL AND ALCOHOL.
HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, AND
CLOTHES BRUSHES
TAINTS AND CHEMICALS
of ov'ery variety, nnd of the best quality.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES.
Tho publlo may rely at nil times on procuring tha
nbovo nrtlcles, with nil tho new useful prepara'
tlons kept in tho best conducted establishments.
PHYSICIAN'S TRESCRIP1TONS
nnd Family Receipts compounded with tho great
est accuracy and dispatch.
jNATlONA Ii FOUNDltY,
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, To.
Tho subscriber, proprietor of tho above-named
oxtonslvo establishment, Is now rrepare'd to ro
celvo orders for all kinds of
MACHINERY FOR, COLLIERIES, BLAST
FURNACES, STATIONARY ENGINES,
MILLS, THRESHING MACHINES, Ao
Ho la also prepared to mako Stoves of all Bl7es
and patterns, Plow-Irons, und everything usually
made In llrst-class Fonndrlcrt.
Ills extensive facilities and practical workmen
warrant him In receiving tho largest contracts on
tho most rcasonablo terms.
Grain of all kinds wilt bo taken In exchango for
Castings.
This establishment is located near tho Lacka.
wanna nnd Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
PETEli BILLMYER.
JgLOOMSBUttG FANCY TItIM-'
MING AND BOOKSTORE,
second door bolow Hartmau's, Main Street.
Just received a now slock of
ZEPHYRS, WOOLEN AND COTTON YARNS
CORSETS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
MUSLIN EDGINGS, DRESS TRIMMINGS:
and ovcry variety of nrtklos usually kept In a
FANCY STORE.
Also
SCHOOL BOOKS, HYMN BOOKS, BIBLES,
SUNDAY-SCHOOL BOOKS,
and a largo lot of
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
ACCOUNT AND MEMORANDUM ROOKS,
BLANK HEEDS, BONDS AND MORTGAGES,
and n general and well-selected assortment of
TAPER, ENVELOPES, &c,
A. D. WEBB.
JEAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
lsinto of William Hoblson, deceased.
THREE VALUABLE BUSINESS STANDS,
on Main Street, Bloomsburg, adjoining tho Court
House, nnd nearly oppobito tho Exchango Hotel,
TWO SMALL HOUSES AND LOTS,
on Rldgo Alley, known as tho "Spring Lota."
ONE HOUSE AND LOT
on Rock Street, Also
TIMBER LAND,
In Jay Township, Elk County,
ABOUT FIVE HUNDRED ACRES,
well timbered with whltc-plno and hemlock
good funning land. Tho abovo piopcrty will bo
oucrc-a at
PRIVATE SALE
until tha fifteenth of August next, ou which dny, II
not sold, It will bo oirered at "
PUBLIC SALE,
on tho picmlscs, near tlio Court Houso, nt (en
o'clock A.M.
Apply to tho subscribers, or to Miss ISABELLA
ROBlhON, Bloomsburg,
A. PARDEE, Huzlelon, Jrx ra'
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT
announces to Ids ft lends una customers that
coutluui h tho nbovu business nt bis old placo 011
-MAIN HrilKET, HLOOMSBURG.
Customers cm bo accomodated with
FANCY STOVES,
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, and every vn
rlcty of urtlclo found In a Htm o and Tinware 1.
tublUhmcnt in the cities, and on tho must reason,
nulo terms. Repairing dono nt tho shortest uotico
S3 DOZEN JHLK-TAN3
on haivl for sale.
JAGLE FOUNDRY.
JOSEPH KJIAEFLICfcS,
Hloomsburg, Pa.
STOVJis OF EVERY VARICTY,
PLOUGHSHARES, PLOUOI'VOINTS,
and nil kinds of Castings, on hand or suppli,.,')
tho shortest notlco nud nt tlio elicnpU
Costings for 1
COAL BREAKERS AVD ZaWTtM
iiiiide to order.

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