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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COLUMBIA CO. AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL. AND MECHANICAL ASSOCIATION. Pursuant to public notice tlie Society met in the Court-house, at Bloomaburg, on Sul urdav, May 21st, 1869. The President—Dr. John—stated the ob ject of the meeting to be to organize under the Charter; adopt a new Constitution, and to elect officers to serve during the ensuing jear. The Charter, being called for, was read It was published in the papers of this coun ty some weeks ago. The report of the Committee on' Constit ution—appointed at the last meeting—being called for—Dr. P. John, on behalf of said Committee, read the following which was afterwards adopted by sections. CONSTITUTION. Ar'icle I.—liame. The name of this Society shall be the' C olumbia County Agricultural, Horticultural land Mechanical Association. .4it. 2.— Objects. The object of this Association shall be to foster and improve Agriculture. Hnr iculture and the Domestic and Mechanic Arts. Ail 3.— Members. ' The Association shall consist o( such rer eons as shall signify their wish lo become members, and shall pay to the Treasurer not less that Fifty Cents, and annually thereaf ter the like sum of fifty cents. Ait. 4 —Offi ers. The officers of this Association shall be a President, lour Vice Presidents, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and a Librarian. • Art. s.— Exec. Committee. Suction I. There shall be an Executive 'Committee, which shall consist of the ofii cers of the Society (the Treasurer excepted) and these members lo be elected by the So ■ciety, at the same time and for a like term as the said-officers. Sue. 2. It shall be the duty of the Exec utive Committee to transact the of the Society generally; shall superintend and direct the publication of such of the reports and transactions as they may deem proper; I m shall designate the time tor Exhibitions, reg ulate lite expenditures, examine all ac counts, and keep such general cnargo of the affairs nf the Association as may best pro •mole its interest. Sxc 3. They shall select their own' Chai rman, and meet quarterly, and at aty other time when convened by their Chairman.— Five members shall form a quorum. Art. 6 Duties of the Officers. Sec. 1. The President shall have a gerier l soperintendance of the affairs of the' S ociety. 111 case of the death, resignation or inability of lite President lo perform the du ties of fiistoffice, the Executive 'Committee shall select one of the Vice Presidents to act ill his stead, who shall have the same j power and perform the same duties as the I President until the next election. Sec 2. IL shall be the duty of the Vice j Presidents to lake chaTge of the affairs of t the Association in their respective districts, | to advance all its o' jecls, to call typon farm- I ers to report the condition ol Agriculture in | their neighborhood, modes of cultivation j adapted by different Farmers, and make j known as far as in their p"wer, all such ! matters as may be interesting to Farmers | and Mechanics in general. Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Treas- - urer to keep an account of all moneys paid I into his hands, attd shall pay all bills when j audited and approved by the Executive ' Committee. Each order for payment must i be signed by the Chairman of the E.vecu j tive Committee. If required, the Treastir- j er shall give such security as the Executive Committee shall demand. Sue. 4. It s-ha 1 be the duty of the Secre- i tary, first,to keep the minutes of the Asso- I ciation and of the Executive Committee, j and secondly, attend to such correspondence , as the business and interest of the Associa- 1 lion shall demand. Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of the Libra- j ria.ii to take charge of all bonks, pamphlets, | &c (.belonging to the Association, and shall ! net as Curator, to presefv-e seeds, imple ments and property of the kind the Society may possess. • Ait 7.—Salaries. The salaries of the President, Secretary, I and Treasurer shall be fixed"by the Society, I Annually. Ait. B. Meetings and Elections. The Association shail meet annually on j the Third Saturday of May,ul the place des- , ignated by ilift Executive Committee, when all officek* of the Association shall be elect ed for the ensuing year, and utnil another election. At least two weeks pub lie notice must be given of these annual meetings, by the Executive Committee. Ail. 9.— Special Meetings. Special meltings of the Association may be called by the Executive Corr.rni'tee when necessary, ol which at least two weeks pub lic uotice must be given. Ait 10.— Quorum. Twelve members shall form a quorum for of business —but no member in art ears shall be entitled to the privileges of the Society. Ait. ll.—Alterations. This Constitution may be altered or amen ded at the annual meeting in May, by a vote of two-thirds of.lhe members i:i4bend- , ance, provided that the notice for (ional amendment be includetP irt the call for the meeting. On motion ol VVrn Neal the Society then proceeded lo an election of President. Win. Neal nominated Dr. John Ramsey, J. W. Hendershot nominated Col. Levi L. Tate. No other nominations being made, the Society proeqeded lo ballot. Dr Ram sey received 23 voles, and Col. Tale receiv ed 10. Dr. Ramsey was declared elected. On motion tlnf Society proceeded to elect i Vice Presidents. The following persons I were nominated, anil there being no opposi- | lion, were unanimously elected. Johnson I 11. Ikeler, of Greenwood; Elias Deiterick. of Montour; Andrew Freas, of Centre; and B. I'. Former, of Franklin. Elias Mendenhalt was then elected Treas urer; A. J. Sloan, Secretary; 1 W flartman, Librarian; and Caleb Barton, jr, Joseph W. Hendershot, and Wm. Neal, the members uf the Executive Committee. On motion adjourned. PA LEMON JOHN, Pres't. John G Fkee/.e, See'y. Lima Beans.—We see that some of our brethren of the press are recommending the pinching off of Lima beads when six feet high, instead of permitting the vines to run around poles of lifteen feet. This is an eMUeiit practice, and was first suggested by Anrselves, which seems to be lorgotten by those who then repudialeffiand now adopt it. Such ftealmenl causes the vine to grow to a much targ&r size, throwing out side shoots with a larger crop of line fruit, and to perpect the beans before frost, instead of continuing to boar indefinitely and to per fect but few. This is au excellent crop when so manged and always profitable— It only requires full fertilization and thor ough disintegration of the soil to raise a pint or more of Lima beans per pole, and with such a crop sold at six dollars per bushel in the dry state, the yield will equal S4OO or more per acre in - value.— I Forking Farmer. CHEAT EDITION OF THE LITERARY GAZETTE, AND FAMILY PICIOKIAL, PUBLISHED monthly tw MA (I IF. LOU ISE HAN-KINS & FANNIE-ItUCHLE. under the immediate suiierinieifilaiice ol Col. C Aihton'Hatikins. and said by mail mr only 50 cents a yesi! Toneent* land clubs f 10 or more.) only 30 ceois a vear. Pns lage only six cents a jear, w'hen paid quar terly <hi -advance. 'The cheapest Fa mil) Paper ill'the world. The latest reliable Fashion Plates, 'Dress Patients, u*elnl>-&ornamental Needle work, t'tagramsyaiic'Embroider)'Designs in ever) number. THE RKST'WRITERS, THE STOR IKS, AND MOST ENGKANINGs. tSt Specimen copies-sent Iree ol postage on receip' of a stamp; btti stamps will not be received lor subscriptions. 'Subscriber* and agents must ittclo-e the money-CASH; and write names, po-t offices, counties utid States -plain 'and distinct. biC Canvassing Agents fParticularly Fe males) warned everywhere. Agents are allowed to retain 20 cents out ol each 50 cent subscription they ob'ain, ami some are now clearing a- high as $25 a week prof it lor themselves 'Postmasters and Teach ers can act as agents, on live same terms Cs"* Persons receiving -specimen 'Copies of the Literary Gazette ate 'requested to act as agents, or to show il'lo 'hose who will, and il.ey shall'be sent wcopv til the papet one year gratia a compensation for their j trouble. This'is uneasy way to pay for a year's subscription, ami the effort will put money in the prickets of those who need it, and extend out circulation. Ins evil of earn ing 50 lo 75 cents a day with her need-e, or by teaching school, a smart woman cat pro cure from 10 lo 20 subscriptions evert fair tlay in the week, and clear for hetself $2 to 84, while she would have ma. e only 75 celt s at liej old occupation, vr aD >er*en extending the circulation ' of the paper cotititiuallv g-i a copy gratis. C# 1 " Applicants for Agencies are request ed to send t'e names anil post office address ol all the leading people iltey know of, who I would he Itkelt to subscribe, and a speci men copy for inspection will be mailed to each ol thetn ftee of postage. Agents bud this plan very profitable to them, as they ob tain subscriptions touch easier. ft?' Inclo-e an extra three cent stamp when a written answer is wanted. Address MARIE LOUISE NANKINS & Co , Appletou Bui ding, New York City. PROSPECTUS Oil THE fCIEINTIFIC ARTISAN. This paper is devoted to the advocacy ami prnmulguttnii of all iiilormatioii which is more particularly ol a practically scientific character. 'lt embraces within us scope fits- I cussior, upon every thing in Science and Art I but eschews whatever ■either political, te ligtons, or persoua'l. It is profusely i'ltrsrra'ed with original en | graving., done in the highest style of art. It contains a -weekly fist of all patei.is is sued together with the claim- thereon. | It contains notices ol the latest inventions I ami improvement". j It contains a correspondence department, i in which -many novel iirqniiies are answer- I | ed. It is, in a word, just such a papet as ought, to be taken by every Farmer and Mechanic, since it is devoted mote particularly to their interest. The Arti-an also contains a weekly review of patent operations in Europe, and siit-n loteign matter us may be ol interest to in-' I ventors. ■ This (rnper is published by the American j I'a'ent Company, anil c, in evety sense, a I perlecily reliable source of informations CLUBS. j hi- always a giving pi much labor, when j -r number ol papers can he sen'sm one Post ; Olfiee under cover of a single wrapper. j The expense ol mailing is less, and as the i paper does not cost -quite as mtu-h under such circumstance* s when mailed in sit,. ! gle number-, we teg to offer the followitt# Scale ol Pi ices : Single paper per annum, $2 00 5 papers to one address, each, S| 85 10 •' " 44 41 •< $| 75 21) " " " " " SI 50 40 " " " " | |o I Over 40 " 14 " 14 Si 30 .( Ime.vcfy case the cubkctiptimi mu.t he ! paid in advance. , All ettets inii-l he adAreeJ lo ,THE AMERICAN PATENT COMPANY, Cm cim ati, O.tt^ BLOOMSBURQ 7_T mnJiT.-i.'iiTil would m way im'l *■ ilits iil'oiilion if die jiiilil'T to Hit 11 not Stow at itie old sta'id, iu'\i door to i!it 1 K\ chan<>e Hoiel, *' wlicr* hi hII times ran he found h ood of hook*, iiirludiou Dibits, lit mil DoftKs, Prayer Books, Histories, B-'Ok* ol Poetry, Novels, and School Bonks ; also all kinds of stationary ol the be-i quality. A considerable deduction ntatlq upon the price ol School JJook* and Stationary lo those who by lo sell uxaiu. Ju-i received, a good assortment of WALL tPAPER. which I would ask all to call and examine belore pnehasing elsewhere. CAROLINE CLARK, Successor lo Jesse G. Clark. Bloojjsbnrg. Mat 25 1857 —fx r. RLDODSItHItG ORNAMENTAL Jl \ KITLt. U OHKS. THE undersigned has opened in Bluoms btirg, a Marble Contt Alley, cast til the Cnuti House, anil I as scoured the spr vices "of JOHN 11. YOUNG, formerly ol j Berwick, as lineman. Air Young's qnalifi | cations need no tcciuniiiPiidaiinn, He i prepatad to furnish Plain ami Ornamental | Monument-, Tombs, Headstones, Mantels, I bills, Lintels, BUREAU, STAND, AND BAR TOPS. &.T The best Italian ami American Maible will be kept on hand. Particular attention w ill be paul to lettering and carving heatl-sint,e- AH ute inviietl to call, as we can furnish work as cheap as any establishment in the country. S. C. SHIVE. Bloomsbnrg, Dec. 15, 1858. Ov "KIOIIT \ WAY." a NEW Cylinders, Spindles, akils.A. jft rods, wheels, pinions, springs, screws Ate. &i'., made into watches, also jewel-and dia monds into jewelled escapements, fined and | guaranteed lo peiloriti well, "right away." Il may be proper to call attention to the fact, that any job in this line, which can he done in the Cities, is and always lias been dune ui this establishment these iilteeti years and at leas as good, in point ol neatness as well as tit regard to punctuality and durabil ity. and always much cheaper.—-Gold plat ing Si silver plating &o &e , at prices to suit the rimes Spectacle glasses fined into frames, fine steel spectacles lor sale ver) cheap. HENRY ZUPPINGER. Bloom-burg, Feb. 0, 18;. It rpRiMMINGS AND NOTIONS, laocy arti -L eles, a good assortment ol Hosiery ol Ihc beat qnalit); also glovea, milts, baskets, Ca bas, Combs, dress trimmings and Itningf, sawing silk, thread, etc., etc., to be had next door to the "Exchange." AMELIA D.-WEBB. Bloomsburg, May 25, |W, MOWAKD ASSOCIATION, P H I LA D El.l> 111 A. A Benevolent Instiluti in islttblmhtil l>y special EwlowiimeiA. for the Rchef of Ibe Snk and ' but tested, iijjhcteit with Virulent'and 'Epnltmtc l)tienf.ea vpHE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view *- uf the awlnl ileeiruiiiiin ol trirmni life caused hv Sexual diseases, and ilit* deceii none practiced upon llie iiiilAriuria i| e viitiins of Mich di-'eaee. liy Quark.', ntveral years ago ilirenieit il eir Consulting as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of'lien name, 10 open a l)n-pein>uiy for ilie lieaipieltt o' 'his'els-* of diseases in all their forma, n< 10 nor MEDICAL ADVICBGRATIS to al who apply by leller, with a rle.chplio'i ! iheir eoiulititiß, (tav, oenupaiirn, habile of lite, v Str\ ) and In rase of'ex'rt'n')- puverty. to FURNISH MEDIGIIWS HttEE OK CHARGE. Ii is neeilieaa 10 add thai the A exudation CtDnimtind* the highest Medical skill 01 the aue, and will lurniah liie most approved modern treatment The'Directora of the Assucia'ion, in their Atiiiuiil Report upon the ireaimen. of Sex ual Diseases, express the l.iuheei tanslai'- tiou with the success which has attended lite labor* of iheir Surgeons in the cere ol Sperniatorihcea Scinitial Weakness.tjonorr I oca. Gleet, Syphilis, the vice ol Onanism Or sell-Abuse. Diseases of the K dueys and Hladd*-r. &i\, and order a continuance ol ihe same plan lor the mailing year. The Directors, on a review of ihe past, feel assured that their lalors in this Sphere of benevolent effort have been ol "rent ben efit to ihe ulilicied, especially to the young, arid they have resolved to devote litem selves, with renewed zeal, to this very im ' pmiant ami much despise ) cause. An admirable Report on Si>erinHtorrhffia or Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation, or Self- Abitsp, anil oilier dis eases nf the Sexual organs, by the Consult ilia Surgeon, wit' be seni bv mail (in a sealed envelope,) KREE OF CHARGE on receipt of TWO S TAMRS lor postage.'Oth er Reporis ami Tracts on the nature and treatment of Sexual diseases diet,ft*'., #re | constantly being published for gratuitous dislribu ion, and will be sent lo the afflicted. Some of die new and methods ol treatment discovered during the lust. jPfcar. are of great value. A 'dress, fur Report or treatment, DU J. SKI LI.IN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon llowaid A-S<MMI>IOII, NO. 2 Suufn Ninth Sired, l'hilailtdphia, Pa. * Bv older nf the Direc'ors. * EZRA D HEART WELL, Piest. GEO. FAIRCMILD, Secteluiy. March lt, 1859.—8. r AUKIVIL or % -SP RI NO AND r /.TiD lc vr sitsss. a- I N VI PES -rt.eujion to his slock ol cheap *- and fiishiotiale vlothiog tft his store on Mat k at-street, two doors above the • Amer ican House,' where lie has A filliassort- ment ol men and boy's wearing apparel, including'.he most lashiunable cJ£JLrQfcS3S3 3*3 3D 31-223* Box. sack. I rock, gum and oil cloth coats ol ail sorts and sixes, pants of all colors,' (ffi-iwls, stripes and figure. vests, shirts, era- ) vats,stocks, cellars, hand kerchiefs, gloves, I suspenders and fancy articles. N. B. He will also make to order any article of clothing al very shoTinotice and in the best manner. Ail bis clothing is made lo wear, and most ol it isol home ujaituLfCture. DAVID LOWENBERG. Blnomshnrg, April 1. 1857. pjiSl'V HOTEL TUB lat ol ihp Fn.uk Ik. Hmii-p, -L*iSil Suret rH*p-*ct!nlly inform* hi* old frieml* ami ne.v ciisKiiiipr-, that ho ha* • alir'ii Mr- vVurman's aland in die Sooth pa* id Ihe thriving village of E*p) tow n, Colum ! id comity, known a- tho * EAGLE HOTEL, Where he has ma >e ample arrangements, hy thoroughly impToving Ihe pretn:-e< and renovating the mansion lor Ihe accnmtno datum of all those who may lAvorhttn with Iheir cn>tom. Tna liberal support he ie .■••ivedkst year at tlie Fiaukltn in Light St eel, induces him to liope that all his for mer customers wdl give him a call in his' nctv quarters. No pains shall be spated lur llteir comloriai'le entertainment Espy, April* I 3 185G N HUDSON* - Futiiitlrti Rloonisltiir;; STOVES AND TINWARE. THE subscriber bliving ereined a laige new brick Foundry and Macltme Snip, in plain of tbe old one, is prepared lo make all kinds CASTING r AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Plows constantly on baud. The subscribe mis removed bis Tin Shop I rum Main Street lo Ihe Foundry "Rut. where he It. s erected a lidding altogether for Stoves and Tunvare. The Cooking Stoves consist of the W.M. I'ENN COOK, RAUB COOK, VAN fiT- LI Kit tOOK, and PARLORS IOVES Wluf all kinds, Ihe Egg Cylinder Stove, Siv. All kinds ol Sveuting made to order. JOSEPH SIIAUPLESS. Bloombiirg. Af'l 16 18'" C. n U'kKLV V. J. 8. ll'MM'll. C. W. M'KELVY, & CO. 1' A VE It 111 AKU FA € I I) RE R S AND ovulars ill Rags, Caltawissa Mills, keep oil hand paperol U kinds, such %s Priming, Blink, Ca,,, Letter and VVrirppingrjpi tlie lowest prices lor cash or in exchange lor tags. Having increased facilities for manufactur ing would call ihe attention of merchants mil dealers, lo their stock of paper, which is offered si extremely low prices. Orders hy mail promptly attended In, and nigs purchased at market value, m small or large quantities. Catiawissa, April 21, 1858. 4 N ASSORI'MKN I' of cotib-oiionary, jew * elry, Perfumery soaps, hair oils, &c. Pomades, lo be had al C. CI.AI VS Book Store II :irl mail's Corni'i' :i; r ,i,in ri'HE siitiscribi-rs havrgjnal returned I the City wiilt a large and exleu-ive stock uf Spring Goods, which lliev uller a' the very lowest figures lor RKADV P*V. Thank till pa-t favors tltcy still snlicil a share uf public paiiiimigß, feeling confident iliattlicy can satisly all who wish to buv-cheip. H. C. & 1 VV. HARTMAN. Blonmsbltrg, April li li lS .Q. ~~ NOTIC i; VOTICE is fiereby given that, my wife L" Harriet, lias In Ii my hrd and boaid with out any enure or provocation whatever therefore all persons are forbidden to bus or harbor her on nty account, as I will puy no debts ol her contraction. CASPER MURRY, Csliawissa, May 25, 1859. WANTED TWO Journey men boot and shoe makers —.one as for.-mao—are wanted by the fi-st of June next lo work at W. F. KLINE'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Milckshtimy, Pa- • W. F. KLINE. Sbickshtony, May 11, 1859. KMCKEItBCCKER WAGAZI\E: FIFIY I HIUD VOLUME. Louis Gailord C'ark, and l)r James O Noyse Editors; John A Gray, Publisher. With Ihe January number began Ihe 521 Volume of li e '"Knickerbocker," the oldest and he-t es abliahed Magazine in die conn try, and tlie publisher has the pleasure lo announce that il lias never before been in so prosperous a condition. Under the man agement inaugurated with the lat Volume, a higher price is paid lor original contribu tions than hy* almost any other American petiodtcal,"while the press and 'lie numer ous Irieuils of the magazine in all pars of il.e country are generously ai.'inu in bring, tng il mine prominently before tlie reading obl-c A- heretofore, die pages ol Ihe "Knii kerSocker" Will he devoted to the cul tivation ol Literature, Art. anil Humor Ever number of the Filiy-iliird volume w ill euiiiain a steel plute engraving, and il- Instiavd snides will frequently grace the pages of the Magazine. A complete his tory ol the "'Knii keihocker." with the rem iniscences ol the cot fjihittors whose fume i- so intimately assia-isteil with its pages, will also be a feature ol Ihe prest-m volume. H ill every friend of il.e Magazine procure lor it an ac'dtlionel reader? TERMS: (single copies, one ye-r, #3 ; Tjvb copies, $7. S.ei imei. i,ninl.ets, iweniy five cents. The "Knickerbocker" will be furnished to | clergy men, teachers, puetmrtst. rs, and all! P-rimtirals and j 'liittals, at the club rate of j $2 per vear. The postage on die '-Ktitcker buikcr'' ia twenty lour' Cents a vear. in ad vance,-at the ntlice where received. An ex- , tra copy UtTII be sent lo persona gelling up a ol lib of te'i subset iher-. 'JOHN A.GRAY, Piib Si Printer, 16 & 18 Jacob bt., cur. Franklord S'., • New Yoik Unprecedented Indurrments fur New Sub scribers. Any ppron forwarding ten new $3 pun* [ T3OJ -will b* pretfei.led uj n H ||i\iiiu a perfect ii'lh in 10 of IH'KI HI IVAM** KHIICUH. |owft f of Wim'iiiion, a* l the Ma 2H/.i ID proni|>*I > ile **ut'M*nt>er*. wlieiher at the pair** or ihtfer* '.i Po-I Ortiree. # In ho *-.rriD proportion, ileerW for 20, 40, 80, or f6O acre*, u'ilt h ndiil a* preiiiiniti* lrf 20. 40, 80 or I6C, $3 ftubeeriptiQlto— d(i ttt'ir for eatdi ropy MitiM'rihed f. r. AH eofom'niratioii* l wi*h the ' B i-ine** Oepar n.ein ol Ihe 'Kmckerborker' ; ftionht be a>Mre,ied to John A. Gray, 16 & I*B J.roh"Streel. A'l Anmlee declined for the body of the ! Mhu:IV.IIID rftmufld he direr'eif lo I>r. Jameri ! 0. No>e* ;Jftr* Ihe -Ejiior'e Toble to I"^*.\i>eii| are wanted in every part ol llm country. Buck iiuint ers a d'bonnit volnnieft •fn t'loi't. [Ap. 2-13. OUtG AND # LSio LPc 3jta*jar , =CPgsa WOULD call itiH ol all ilioee who ttiat he tia just replenfflhed hie (Qlreait"y] larue a,"fit well eelecied ahFoririioM of the fol lowinu articlee. vi/; g vRI GS, I>IUNIN\I> F OILS, W PAINTS, NAKVI&IIES, GLASS. DYBSTJPFS O* Cor'f a ctiiMiMiicH, P. tinn.er>, in. xim|ii> Hticf I toilet article# generally; Ciyara am! Tobacco I ol evm variety end brafd, Harri*onV Ink i wholesale and reiatl al >lr% otanufaninrerV imv**.PURE H I*ES JSIJVtUXI/IES for medicinal n.-e only Tru-ae-j B.':eulder Braced and Abrfonti'thl Snpporere, ili XJEL> aDu AND RENTAL INSTRUMENTS, Pamt, Varnish and Ttioln BrnsiiHs: also agent III the |>iqmlar finsm M-ilicines nf die day. Toy- and ail entile.- variety ol ti-elul awd Itnrcy rronnns not here eniimer ..led ff y sii-ian's 1 resnripiions iind Family Medicines pill up carefully and at short no tice. Glass Cutting tiuire lo order at lire old stand ' E P. LUTE. Rlonm-Tvntty. Jan 13. |8?8. _S S NVVOikIND IIOIItE, J II I. %\ Or.l<- l'llr*l'l(lliT'l(. WYOMING. LUZERrjE COUNTY, PENN f HillK Pnt|iri*tnr reHpect'itlly infnrliiw, hi<" JL fritfinie and ilie public !eii<r\il'\ tlial he hue taken charge ot i\\e Uyomrug I/mi sg, in the vit'laua ol \Vt4wiiirtg* iie*r itie "lfaiiroad Depot ol that place, and ha* fined it nut m> a# lo eiuer'ain. btflh transieul and perrna nciii visitor- HI a *uiiatde aucP corn lon * ble mantier. Hu* room* ate ftpacioua Mini air\, ai d not only calculated 10 add 10 the cniive nii-ttce aitd rojnlon ot the traveling .'iiivnnu r-ity, bu' n!-o to IIIHVH Who would AEEK a p|eMuni Mififirurr renorl w iit lamilie^. HIS TABLE will be (•tipplied with the be*M <t e market can aHor t; and hit I'AB will be h riii*he<l Willi (tie puree* bquor* thai can * be obiaii.ed. The proprietor will £|VH hi* exclusive a teittiofi to be cnmlort and cr n veil e ice ol hi* unit is determined to nuke the WYOMING HOUSE rank a moim d"' fir-! hotel* in me Si t>e. The Pfirtricor hope* that lioin hi- expe rience ia ih(%tHiine-8, and t>) Ktt'-nno i on hiiepri, combined with u jud, cioua seledioo nl the most c.nHul and eblu ma nervaiu-, tie may* bo ♦*" to ibe fa vorable consideration ot.the public, ami re ceive a liberal share of their pa'ronaue. TV I'lea.-e give h$ in a cad. ami judye for ynure|v [April 2. 1850. TUIS WAY FOR BIRGAINS! NEW GOODS. IYI A EST Z Sc LA T mOULD ie-pecilully iiiforiri'the citizen* hilve juM received a new and extensive a hortrnaiit of K DttY GOODS AND GROCERIES, whiol) they will well cheap lor cacti. They h-ve a lrife nd aenerul varietv ; all iha> i* cornmoi Vi luuml m a Country Store, ami are deter mined to sell cheap. In rlie •elec tion o| their too '* ttiev have paid MIICI HI tendon ; ilieieioie t'-eir tfiercliati(li*e will ttear reconitiiendatioii and vvdl prove to be ul the fir*' cln*e. Tlie proprieor* are gentlemen and honor* able dewier*, aod coidi.iily *olicit a l|t>eral ill are of palrotiaue, Cu-lonicr* would do well 10 call and examine Iheir neneral van e y before purcha*nitf el*ew here. Country pio luce taken in exchange for uood ai il.e maikct price. MARTZ & EVT. Street. Mav 4 I8 ; >9 Lurk'a Ac 18 too 111* burn l£. Hi. CHANGE OF TIME. 'I RAINS w ill -iriva and .ltf|Mit noiu Kings * tun a- totlnw-i . I MAINS l4 I-1 ItT. N-w York Ylai', lur craunm, 925 A. M. P.iilH'lt-lnllM Mail, fur Rui-urt, 940 " A('l'om'i<"4ai>on, lur Scraiiloii, 1.20 P.M. K'snirig Tram, lur Scruntrm, 5.35 " Evsning Tram b'r Rupsrt, 546 " I l( INs A KlilVP. Mutiiiiig Tram, from Si-tuit'on, 9 00 A. M do do <l" Rnps'l, 9.15 •' Ai'r'morlati'iu T, Irmn Scrainnii, 12 20 P. M. New York Mail (nun S rauiuh. 4.40 " t'hiiadalphia Man. frutn Rnpsri, 530 " M. W JACKSON, Sup't. Auril 13 1859 -15 ' w- wisatar# . Aitorncy at Law, BLOOMSBURG, PA. Office in Court Alley, East of Court House. EVANS Sc WAT*O.V |9!Ma. riiil'a Aid HII fit CI il ret! li|s iUaMA N DER From ihe Village Kccord, WEST CHESTER, Pa. Saturday, Feb. 5, ISSS. Roßßkuy—The office uf tlie old Railroad, ill West Chester, was broken into last Thursday nigtil, and nibbed of ■ sme'l a mount ol money. The Ihteves entered tlie building in I lie rear, broke Ibe dours, and locks iff the desks, and attempted to ge'l in to the large Iron sule, but did not succeed The Sale was maniiluctured l>f EVANS & WATSON, No. 26 South FOURTH Streets, Philadelphia. STILL ANOTHER ATTEMPT. OcrosVß I Hilt, 1858.—Three thei>es en tered the (Inuring-mill of Messrs. Dnrrace & Duron, Bristol, Pa., Slid tried all n'ght to blow open iheir'Sale, wiih powder, which bad $250 in cash, but did not succeed in getting it open. Tltetr Salamander Sale was ! matiuluctured by EVANS & WATSON. GREAT SAFE ROBBERY AT NORRIS -1 TOWN, I'KCKMBKH Ist, rßsß—Some lime lsi night, tlie 'timiriiig-niill ol Mr. 'Joseph Fe/.Oiie, ttl NorrisbiWn, Pa . Was entered alnl one 111 Fafrel, Herring, & Go's best pa lent Powder pronl Lock ami Sate t WAS BLOWN OPEN WIIH PiWJ>fiß, and $1,600 m cash taken out and earned away. This Sale is tiow in Evans & Wat sou's store, No. 26 -south 'Foiirh Stieet, wl.eic we mosi respecitully invite the pub lic to call aod examine it. N B.—We find in llie Pren, December ■lib, the following: ' All our Safes are war ranted to give perfect satisfaction, or the money will be returned. FARREL, HERRING & CO." We, EVANo & WAIS0 4 N, would a-k all parin having Farrel, Herring & Co's Pate t Cba.npion Sad'ea, to advantage ol the above offer, and return them and get their money, as they will find that, in a tew yeais, the Composition which the Safe, are tilled (a large porimli being oil ol vi'riol) will eaigiul .wll the iron. A speci men ol ibKir CliPipiini Safes may be seen ill Iront ol our store, which is eaten full of holes now. 'EVANS & VV A I SON, "No. 26 South FOURTH St're>, s \Trom The Press of the Vh nit.) Fnrrel. Herring & Co's Patent Champion Sales, the only Sales made ill Ihe ctly which have i.ever been rubbed by burglars, or hat) their cnii'ent. destroyed by accidental fires. Evans & Wat.mi's Philadelphia answer lo a N-w York Humbug. We,the undersigned nizens nf St Joseph, My., do hereby cer ifv that the iron Sale belonging to C. E. Baldwin, made by Far rel & Co., No 84 Walnut Street, Philadel phia, wmch Was ill ihe fire that occurred here, is not fite-proof, and is useless as a fire proiil Safe; lhal the bonks, papers jew elry, &c.. which were in the Safe at ihe j time, were tricch injured; aim, that the | bu lihng which it was mfvaii of frame and ] only oi e story high, and that a tire so tri- | flingaisthe one which burned oer Ihe said Sale was not au'flirrftnl >" have injured any Sa'e ptirpo-iing to he fire-pfool. VV. R. Pr.Nftx, t ißggrel. Jo-rw W. Tooft.'B, Dry J. A BKXTTIK, Banker. 1 lon s s: > XTO n & Mc Do till zli., D ry Goods ' Wti.u/Nr Rv, l)iv G"Ods. JOHN "CoWD, Dry Goods. C. E. Bxt. LWiN, St Joseph, Mo. EVANS & WATSON, 26 South FOURTH Street. Philatlelphui. have now on hand Hie largest Hg-nrnieur ol Sdamgnder Sales ill the United States, warranted equal lo any o her- made in ihe country. Please give u. UA'all Feb 23d 89. <; Ola I>EN FR IZ E~ M's- Somliwonh, Cid. G. VV. Crocket, Charles Burilct, T Dun K-ng'ish Al D. tJmuy Clapp, Genrge Arnold, V "li' g. NDs Anna W'helprey, Mrs Vawrfffam Mrs Dr. Vemou, Miss Haute Clare, Phihiy'Jotuisou, WRITE t)NLY FOR THE DOIT DIN PISIZE. (sOIaIX.N I'LILZE. . HIE # PUBEd ' ILLUST R A T E D . DEAN & SLAl'Elt, siu-i eax>rs to BKCKKr & CO. The New York Weekly Gulden is ■ft of ihe largest anil best Levari papers nf the (lay, in Imperial Quarto, containing I*2 lit pages or loriy column- of llie most luieiesiiug and (acinating raadiiiv mtincr, from the pens ol the very first writers ol the, ItaV. , Elfgautly llliislralft! Ev ry Week. A PUEbKNI, Wcrh fruin fid ♦•eiiin lo SSOO 00. Will t>* uiveu -o each HiitiM*rit)Hr nnrviHili au*ly ft) of lite inou •y. Tliih in pr*enf(l a* mprneotoof Irifiul -lip t ar.il uoi as an iiiduuoriiei to ot'lMin *ub ftcribera. TEIS.TI.S: ' One copy fur one year $2 (!u and I Present One copy lor two years 3 50 and 2 " One cnpy.for 3 years. 500 anil 3 " . One copv lur & years. 600 and 5 " AND TO CLUBS, . • Three copies Icyear-, 500 arid 3 ,'f - Five igi|ne- nmsyear, 8 00dial 5-s." * leu copies ii ie yeSr, 15 00 httd 10 "* Twenty onv copies l s yr. Jo OOatnT&l " 'Lfie ertiulfs tube given away are compri*'. Ed itdftie liilfoxving IM : * 2 packages %/gilld containingssoo 00each ' 5 " v " 200 00 •' fcl- " " " 100 00 " 10 Pt Lr. Hun. rased watches 2no 00 " 20 Gold A aichea, *• • 75 00 " 50 iln do 60 00 100 do do 50 00 •' 311(1 Ladies' gold Watches, 35 00 '* 2110 Silver Homing cased watches 30 00 " 500 SlUet Watches. $lO to 25 00 " 1000 (Sl id Guard, Veat and Fob Chains, Irmn - • $lO to 30 00 " Gold Lockets, Kiaccleis. Ear Diops I least Puis, cuff pins, Sleeve button-, Ibiig-, Shlrt s nils Watch Kei s, Gut,| M ,„| Silver liiutdes. anil a variety of oilier artiules, worth Irom 50 cts. to sls each. We will present to everv person sending its (il y subscribers, at $2 each a gold watch worth forty dollars; to any one sending us otic hundred subscribers at $2 each, a Gold Wa eh worth S9O Every subscrioer will re ccite a present. Immediately "it receipt of the money, die subscriber- IIHIHH will be entered upon uui tun k, by mail or expre-s ,>(>■' t aid. All commtinic.uton. should Im a bliessed to DEAN & SLATER Prnn'rs. 335 Broad w HI . New Ynik. CLANKS I FLANKS I I BLANKS M DEEDS, SUMMONS, EXECUTIONS, SUBPCENAb, AND JUDGMENT NOTES, of prnber & desirable Inrms, fo> sale at the olice ol 'he "Star oftlie Vorth " B A UNA HI) KVPEIIT. FASHION A HLE TAILOR. Shop on the Smith Side ol Main Street, firs) square below Market. EXCHANGE HOTEL, rCTEIt llll.| lli:r!.ll, vrosrlclor, 'J'akes pleasure iii anriouiicn:g In the |iul> V he dial lie still occupies this I'rge and coinmndions'Ho'.el, in BLOOMSBURG, PA , slid is yet, as ever,-prepared to acrbm ■ date his guests. The traveling public mny de pend on all corntorrs al home, as his house is entirely furnished and kept in order. 1 HIS TABLE Will be supplied with the best products the markets aflurd, and HIS BAR is furnished with lire choicest liquors. The propneior has in cnnneciinn w'wh his boiel fitted out In ibe basement an OV BTF.It SALOONT, where he can np|ilv every thing in Ihe wray nl EATABI ES. Freeh Oysters, Saidines, Tripe, Beet Steak, Fish,'"fee., &c.. will be kept on tiand for the accommodation of tiis guests soil il.e public in general. He also tins iii connection wiih his hotel an excellent Omnibus Line, running regular ly several times per day in and from the Depots on the arrival ol Ihe 'Cora, by which passengers will be pl'easanlly conveyed lo the Depot Ssitions, or taken Irom, or con veyed in their residences, il ile-ired. Uf He will ulwsys he happy In entertain ' and accommodate his friends to '.lie utmost ol Ins abrlt-y. Blnnm-hurg. Jan 2d. IBSB. t-i - f jvJ, 4J J— sl (£, IO THE Fk-SHONAULE AND Jf) CO-O 1 LSI SE3 - '■' HE undersigned naving| list received the ■ latest Parts und New York Fashions v nnld again beg leave to inform his rtumei ous friendsaiul all ttie world auout Blooms burg,that lie is itbw hettei |lreparrd tiiau ev er toaccommoilare tili-y one w tit the neatest easiest and bt|t fitting suits nl Clolfics that hay e been turned out lately; and not mil) that, but lie yvillatao do I Item up in tlie best order, upon the lowest terms. His shop is althe old stand, (too well known lo need lunhernoiice)wlrere!i rna) at all limes be found, sealed upon Ihe bench dl repentance.steadily it rawing on It he Ihreno of affliction.lmping it may in the end provr ad van las-eons io him aud lit* customers. Hf would also advise fiisfteirds to hear in mind that poor, afflicted tailors mustlive, or they can't beexpected lo work.Therefore Wheat Rye Corn, Oats, Potatoes and with all now and then a little CASH will come mighty hand;-- from those who are back-standing on the hooks. , Remember, gentlemen, dial in all cases '•'the laborer is worthy of his hire." BERNARD RUPERT. Bloornsburg, Jan. 13th, 1858. THIS NAY FOR BARGAINS \r , STEPHEN H. MILLER HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW BIOCK OF i SPRING&SI'MMER GOODS' A T Hih old hluild 111 llit* Arradw BuiUtuiy on Main JSireel, ri£, which he ; will eell cheapnr ihnn I tie - ' sins in part of Sil kh a I pace a luhthh. clothrt, | j r.HAimer*B, I h wiih, trench ami nwilrh gmtf- i I tianiH arid in >>nrl, a (nil ami compleie va- I rimvof STAPLE AND DOMES IIC DRV i GOODS, wiih a nioi( e|eei o ot hai*, cap# } EIOOTB A,\T SIIOI S, Ard a sii,.eri. r In: FI!E>H GROCERIES I | Tcattti'oircciSiigtti'tiUolassrs Rice, Sp-ee-, &c. Also, Hardware, Queens-1 ware. Crockery and Ce.larwate. Having selected Ins entire stock with the ! greatest care and at the lowest cash prices, | Iter can assure Ins li lends and ihe public I generally, that he Will do all in his power! m make his establishment known as ihe •'Htud quarter.for " Those w-isl)- I ing in purt base will find il In their ailvah- | Tage to ('all slid examine his stuck before j purchasing elsewhere. .Country produce ukrn io exchange for j goods at Tie niaikei pni-ss, f *• Binoinsburg, March 23, Iflp9. I Pliiladt-lpkia Dry tyMids. 811 A It I'LISBB HI JBT IS 15 It 8. CORNER vj CHESTNUT It ETGHTII SI REETS, I M PORTERS. Jnboers. and Reiailer*, of " New Fabrics in Spring and Summer Gnmlg, Orgaruties, Lawns, Grenadines, ami Barege-; Fam-v ami Plain Jnlk", ami -Rich Stik Robe-; Black Sitka ol the beat makes, ol alMtrnds. ** 4* ' Coalings, Cassimeres. Vestings and Drtl* lings lor M h and Boys, r Broi-tie, Cetr ton, Crape -and Stella Shawls. Embroideries, Lace and Mu-lois, and Cnris<n Goods. Liner, arid Woolen Goods, for House Furnish mg". Pnilaitelphia, March 16 1859.— 3 m. .deittxjjtk.YT *<• • 11. r. lIIIWER, SURGEON DENTIST, gr% | KSI'F.CFULI-Y "tf.-rs his professional services to the '* l 7^ladies ami gentfeoien ol Blnorfts burg and vieioily. Ift is to attend in all lire various operaiinris iii Denti-rry,' ami's provided wiih the latest tmprovsp PORCELAIN TEETH, which will he inset led on pivot or gold plate, lo Umk as well as natural. \ A superior article of Toah Pow-ders 4al w ays mi hand. All oprSraliona on the teeth warranted. Office, 3d buijyling above S A. Wilson's Carriage Manufactory— Main Si , west side Blonmsburg. •'NEW ARIBKOTYPE SALOON IN DLOOttISBURU. TL Henry- Rose slock, of Plnladelpf.is, re-- peci'inly inlurni- the cil'Zens o> Hleomaburg and vicinuv, <t-al he has remot• d his dagukkreian gallery, in the room- lau-lv occupied by P Uuangst as shot shop, ami is prepate l lo lake pig line-, which will surpass anything ol tjie ktuil ever seen in t'ds place. Earners, lumbers, si-iers, lumbers, now is the lurfßlo procure one ol ilw-e irriperi-fwf t le Amhroiypes and thus secure the leaiures of beloved tr ends. Lfa is uncer.aiu; but Ainb'ruypes aia luslhig. * s All sre invited to call and examine*l>efci mens. , - [Oct. fi. |BSB NEW IHILLINISB Y SUOI'. New and Hplcixlul tck OF MILLINERY OOODS! '1 riffiiuiitgs, Flowers, Hibboiis, &c,, (UNDER I RE STAR OFFICE) 51A IN II . BlOnjlkltlTtfl, Pit. % JJAKirt W IUU§OM JIAVING just received a very beauliful ■* srock ol goods Iroin Philadelphia and opened a new shoe, would inviie the ladies ol Blnothsburg and vicinity to call and ex amine her r.ssorinieiil of HONSETS TRIM MINGS. FLOWERS. FLATS MANTIL LAS. F tS'CY A RTICLES <jrt. and in short, every otlies article to he loend in a lirsi cluss Millinery esiablislnuent Her slock hu been se ected with great care, especial ly for this market Bonnets made upon the shortest r.o ic-. Attention will be paid lo repairing. >he respectfully askes her lady friends to give her a call, as well a* all I those who wish any thing in her line. * Bloomsburg, April 13, 1859. Tiff! MIfIHTY HF.AI.ISK! WORLD KXdWN AND WORLD TRIED, The not! admissions of all nations, a well MR I lie verdict of Ihe leading Hnrpiuls of ihe Old mr well a Ihe New World, alamo IIMR powerful remedial Ajfeu HI die greatest healing pit)|iaraiior. ever made Itnown tb sulfating mail, lie penetrative'tjnafitives are inure ilian marvelous, through the external orifice* of the akin, invisible 10 ilia miked eye. It reaches ihe seat Of Ihe internal Un ease ; and in all external affeciioiia its anti inflammatory and healing virtues surpass anything else on reuord, and ra Nature'h g'KHi ally. Erysipelas and Sail Rheum, are iwo ol ihb most common and virulent disorders preva '"• o" thi* continent, lo these the Ointrnetil i.especially antagonistic, its modllr oplrdndi is tii.t to eradicate the venom and then corn plelrt the ror. HAD LEGS, OLD SOREI, ULCERS. Ca-es nl many years siand.ng that have periinaciously refused to yield to auv other remedy or treatment, have invariable accum l ed to a few appliialiens of ihispowlui un guent. ERUPTIONS OX THE SKIN, Arising 110 in a had Jiate of Hie blood oV chronic disease aie eradicated, and a clear and transparent smfaee regained hy the re .linaiive aciinii of itns Oimrrieni! It surpass es many id the cosmetics and other toilet Appliance* ir. its power lo dispel rashes aud other disfigurements of lire face. I'ILES AND FISTULA. Every form and leaiuie of these prevalent ami stubborn disorders ia eradicated locally and entirely hy ihe use of tins emoliem ; warm fomentations should precede its appli cation. Its healing qualities will he fouud to he thorough and invariable. Both Ihe Ointment and Pills should be used in the following cases: Bunions. Skin diseases, Burns, Swelled Glands, CltSpped Hands, Sore Lege, Chilblains, Sore Breasis, ■ Eisiula, Sore Heads, ' 'Gum, Sore Throats, Lumbago. Sores of all kinds* Mecurial Eruptions, Sprains, Pdes, . Stiff JOl lite, Rheomadarn, Tetier, Ringworm, Ulcers, r Salt Rneuin, Venereal Sores, Scalds, Worms of all kindg.^ CA UTION ! —None are genuine unless the j words l> Hollo woy, New Font and London,'* | are discernible as a "waier-inark in every leaf ol the hook 'of directions around each* box ; the mime may he plainly seen by I holding ihe leaf JirlGie light. A handsome j reward w ill he eiven lo any one rendering y -rich information as may lead lo die detec- I non of My parly or parlies counterfeiting | the medicines or vending ihe same, know ing ihem to be spurious, | * m * Sold at ihe Manulactoribs of Profess | or Hollo way. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, 1 Hint by all reeueciable DruggP-ts and Dealer* I in Medicine throughout Ihe United Stales ; and me civilized world, in pots at 23 elk., 63 cents, aud it each. 1 f There is cou.iderabla saving by taking I the larger sizes. • 'N. B— Directions for the guidance of I pa tenia tit evvry disorder are affixed to eactx 1 box. • .- [June 9', 1858. , " NEW STORIS AND i Cg>^)^)L!a3E3. j JOSEPH SHARPLESS has just received | •' and npsned out at his New Store on Main I Street, Blooriipburg, (joining the Star office,) . a lull a-Rorlment of KALI. AND VVINTER GOODS, | Iresh Iruirt Ihe ciiies of Now York and Phil j udelptiie, which he will sell at die very i lowe-t livjug profit. His d"ock embrace* a ella, rlribel and crape shawls, barege, ba rege iVlab es, tissues, lawns, crutie orientals, slpaccas, &c. SILKS.-"-A very handsome assortment oI striped, plain, . riaitl and Black Silks, * which he iiiien.lH in sell at reduced price*. EMBROIDERIES—An immense slock •il embroideries, such as embroidered baud kerchiefs, cnllarsyspepcers, sleeves, Swise mid jaconet edgings* and iuseriings, likkns, no-ton and thread laces,dlouucings and em broidered euriaois. ■ DOMESTICS—MusIins, drillings, tick ings yjtecks, o sua burgs, bagg ings, ginghams, flannels, table diaper and ready-made bag*. CLOTHS, CASSLVEHEB, Vestings, jeans, coltonades, denims, blue drillings, cotton plaids, iic. A good assort ment of new style parpen and oil elothe. taide and cSrriage oil cloths, ma t, rugs, • baskets, &c. GB.CaEB.IES ar.tl Hardware nl every description, soch M Suga'rs, Molassea, Teas, Coffee, Fish, Spice, Salt,. Nails aud Spikes, Iron auylSieel, HariU ware, Qncenswaie, Crockery and VYooden ware. Alu. a good lot nl Men aiidVfty*' , Hals and Cape, Boots and Shoes, of all kinds . and sizes lor Women and Children, qj ' Ihe most fastidious. • | He invites liis friends and ihe publicity j L'ivtsrliim a call before purcliasing elsewhere. ' j lie n'as bought" goods ai the lowest cash J prices, and is deierinined to not treOnder-nlii by am hotly or "the rest of mankind."— j Coumry produce laki-c at the market price# a ' in exchaqge'for goodt J. SHARPLESS. i Hlnoniehorg. Nov. 24. 1858. * J FORKS HOTEL. I -• BLOOMSBURO, COLUSIBIA CO., PA. ■-M RUBER 1' fIAGENBUCH, proprietor, '*M '■'AKKS pleasure in announcing loihe pab- 9 ' *■ tic iliar lie lias rented and thoroughly Wr refitted Ihe Forks Hotel formerly occupied V hy James Freeze, in Blonmsburg, and i* T® prepared lo accomodate travellets, teamsters, drovers and boarders. His lable will be sup plied with die best products the market* if lord, and bis Bar will be constantly furnish ed with ihe cliotce-l liquors. • .pdß Attentive ostlers will always tendance, and he trusts his long mjfftein e in catering lo .tie wants of die tmf&e, and Ins obliging alterilion to cusiomers writ se cure hi in a liberal share of patronage. Ulnmnabnrg. April SI, 1838.;^ Tinware & Move Establishment, '■' HE UNDERSIGNED 4p-ctfully in lorms n old irjertds .Mil customers, that he lias purchased his|Jiother's interest ill Ihe above establishment, aud the con cern will hereafter bo M)docld by himself exclusively. He bai mm revolved and of (*X. '*' lor s*l ttieSfgest sod mnsi si -31 lenhivea-sorigpnoIFANCYSTOTES aver introduced into this market. Stovepipe coiivtandy on hiiiol gin! marufTaclcred to order. All kiude ot lepairiiig rw e, s usual, mi short notice. Tli* tn#"n"ge ol old friends and new cue totnersJWrespeulfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT- MjMisburg. Jan. 12, 1863. if. A- J. EVANS. \Wr MERCHANT, , J jjp ,(,r * ° n ih® *ippr part of Main St, nearly I *ppoito tbe Episcopal Chinch.