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STAR OF THE 'in OUT H j
TUIXGS AECCT TOWR& COCNT'RT.
WEDNESDAY, FEB 21, 1S66.
Thk roads are in jfood condition, and the
weather lock qtite Spring like, at present
writing, (Tuesday miming). We .redid
a 9tiy Spring.
Thk editor of this pper is deirocs of
luring a dwelling suitable for a family of
six rt eifihi persons, frr which a good rent
'will be paid, in advance, or quarterly pay
ments. ' Thosk of oar friends and patrons havin?
- advsnisirg and job-work will do well to
atl upon the editors of this paper. We do
- work cheap, neat and with despatch.
C Sunday last two mora persona were
baptized b) Ret J. "P. Tcstin, at this place.
Through lh ervices of Mr. Tnstin, an m
1Melng. .meeting has bean continued in the
Baptist church, with encouraging results.
HifriMO hurriedly written out the Court
proceeding of February term, for last
week, there were some omissions, impor
tant among which was the report of the
Graud Jury. We publish it this week.
. . The ice is getting ready to mne out of
ihe Susquehanna. For the la.t few- days it
became pretty soft. There is a large quan-
" lit jr ol thick, heavy ice, in the river, and
hoold it break op and more cflf rapidly
would do considerable damage 'O. bridges.
Legislating lor their party is the sole eud
ud aim of about nine out of leu of the bo
gos Republican legislators State and Fed
r eral. . It ever there waa a party led by rot
"tsn shameles9,and moral and political ra-cafT,-
the present "loyal" party is that par;
Wi understand Petitions are circulating,
praying for the erection of -a County Poar
House: It seems' to us that this step onght
to meet with favor. No one would scarce
ly argue but what it would be the cheapest
and best way of keeping our poor. But,
this is for the people to decide whether they
Tti"tiae iior not, and not u.
Wto soppoits the President in Cong res t
The Democratic members. For evidence
look at the eoia on the Freedmen's Ciii and
ihe President's veto mesag. What pre
r attains ihe President? The Democratic
press For evidence read the opposition
mde through them to the Freedmen's Bid.
and look on the President's reto. The Ab
olition party are stabbing the President in
th dark !
Tnc editor up. town talks plainly to his
patrons on the suhj-ct of the ntw organ
The Democratic press is out in tie least
alarmed about the stm n g ot an Ar.dxic
Johnson paper, or any olher kind of paper.
The Rfnihlican may have to look up ta the
new paper as many anticipate. The more
news and general information disemina:ed
among the people te more intelligent tbey
become ! Then, of course, according to j
Republican teaching they will vcit right.
The worst effort made on Columbia county
lor politic I purposes, by the enemy, wa
1n 1864, when those troops were brought
here to put down and intimidate Democrat.
How much did it&l leaser! our vote or our
majority I Not one, ave those whom they
dragged off to Fort M dm ! Tho.e men
,ol no vote, but severe treaimenai, J sneerA
and jeers by Republican as they passed
through this town. Thee things are all yet
trash in tbe minds of the people and espe
cially the people op 'Fi-hi.-icreek," the
eciioa of oor cronty which Thomas Disnn
delizhted in calling tbe ,'Fijbinii:ret.,k Con
lederacy."
Oar Copperhead co:emporaries have
pretended to endorse Pres dnt Johnson
Why i it that they do not pubhfh the Freed
neo's Bureau bill which the President ad
vocstes and which the Kepnotieans tne
carried by n almost unanimoo vote all.
ihe Democrats oppose t it ihronn bud
minuses of Congress. They not onl do no
ay a word in i's support bjt o,oz n m ii
more than nsoal acrimony. Coinmbii Comi
ty Republican.
Tbe above squib is characteristic of t r.e
man who edits the Republican. When he
fsneJ the above, to h m n- dootl a sharp
'bit. he kiisw as Rjueh of Akus.w Joh.vsoxV
tewp, upon tbe Freedann'a Bureau B.H, ca
he does upon tome other eubjec a. The
fact thai the President has vetoed the Freed
men's Boreau Bill is the best evidence we
can produce that Thomas Dunn of the Re
publican, is oot in support of the President
much as be would have his readers be
lieve. We may look, but we fear in vain.
. iai ihe reto message of the President in
4f ceil Rrpuhiican. We shall surely ask
'ilex h) he does not publish it, if it does
not appeal io a reasonable length of time.
We were with the President on this bill
when we denounced it as a most iniquitous
mesore, dangerous and ruinous tu the
;coontry, and today bare the satisfaction of
reading bis very able message on that bill.
, Where did you stand, Mr. ficpullican,
-vban yoo aked cs why we did not publish
the Freedmen'a Bureau Bill, wh.ch you
VilegeJ passed both Houses "by almost a
unanimous vote," of your own party, and
which tbe President was advocating ? When
joo stated that tbe President was Riving
this bill bis tapport in conjunction w th your
Jiepablicaa friends in Congress you were
either ignorant of what you were writing or
disposed to' most maliciously deceive your
reaars. Voa will not fail to tell jour dopes
ia this week's issue that joo were deceived
ja the Fresident and that be has retbed the)
bill which yoo toll them he was giving his
espport. Irt the face of all this evidence
t5at joo were misrepresenting Ihe Prest
rfent, who soppor: tin. he Mrpublicaa cj
Datnocratic press of the 'countv 1 Let oj
hear no mora about copperhead opposing
' PUBLIC SxiLE
In pcif m-nre ol an order of the Orphans'
('curl of Columbia, ccmity on
TUESDAY, TI2E iCih DAT OF MARCH
rem, et 0 o'clock in the forenoon, Jesse
MenFct:, C erdien of Clarissa Siller, a mi-
i tr child cf John S-i'er, late cf Franklin
twp., in smH rocnty dte'd, will expose to
6le I y Put lie Ver-dtie, on the premises, a
certain hncFC ar.d lot, siinatein the-township
sr.d county a!oreid. sdjoifiipjj lands
of Zibu Osrr an .Stephen Baldy ai d Mic hael
2rldtioch, containing one half azt more or
less or; which is erected a frame house and
stable with the appurtenances.
Lae the estate ol said deceased, situate
'he township of Frrk!;n and county
aforesaid. JESSK COLEMAN,
Eloon.sburg Feb. 5, 1866. Clerk.
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Ten percent ot two th:rda of the pur
chase money to le paid at th-3 striking
down of the property. The balance of the
two third of the purchase money to be
paid on the confirmation of sale.
The one third of ibe purchase money to
remain in the premises during tho lifetime
of the widow, Catharine Lmeman, the in
terest to be paid to the MiidCatrierine .ore
man .annoally , on ibe first day of April in
each aiid every year during her lifetime,
and ai her death the said one third to be
I aid to the i-aid Clat i-ea Sitler or her lesal
representative. The widow's third to be
tec u red by bord and mortgage. The pnr
chaer to pay for conveyancing and atau'ps
JESSE MENSCH.
Biromburg. Eeb. 7, 1866.
A. J. EVANS'
CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
ftecrly opposite the Episcopal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
MY stock is composed of fine cloihing,
n edium and low priced adapted to
all condition", tastes and wv.nt. He has
the latent styles fur the season a line as-4-
sor'atent of
! Orercoais and Gentlemen's Shaw.s
from low to th3 very best.
tits Goods oi e laihwn l'e and well Mude.
In addition to my stock of Teady-made
clothi:):i, I have piece goois for cus'.om
orders,
Clothe Cassiinercs, &c.9 &c.
And havit g one of the first class cutters,
Cr.arlet I. Keichntd, formerly of Eaton,
I tiaraniee a fit in nil cases and. give
sati!aciip:i. A!o a variety of Woolen
and Linen Shirts, Stockings, Nerktien, Col
lars. Stot kf, Handkerchief everything in
the gn lenien'H line of ctothing.
A'so Hatx, Boots and Slices, Trunks and
Carpet bag.
1 will e!l at the lo.veft Market prices.
P!eae sive me a call1 before pnrchasing
elevr!iere. ANDREW J. EVANS.
No. 15. Ii 18C5.
LOOK HERE.
THE VF.uV FLATTERING SUPPORT
hre!f fnrf' ;iven lo the Ia:e firm of JAMES
S. Mi N INCH & CO., ind-iced the. under
signed 10 erier uppn the bnines of
MERCHANDIZING
npon aromwhat new plan. The credi;
yterp has been an irjury to bot!i buyer
a:;d seilrr, and therefore
rrrposes to open on the 13 h day of the
rr-or.ih of November; A. D. 1255, in
TllK MO n T CO MP l f: te jxd
EL ' G.iXT STO CIZ OF
EVER OFFERED IN THiS COUNTV;
concifiin of every variHy and quality of
staple snd f.ircj' fr.d,
G ROC E ii I ES, ' k U E ENS W A K E, HARD-
WARE,
and all crn of ar.iefes kept in a country
store ; to be sold
OR IN EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF
PRODUCE.
The whole business lo be cor.dueted on
the system of pay a- you pro; and a: cheap
er rales than any other house. Cull ana
ju''lge for voursel vei.
JAMES S. McNINCH.
Noveiiiber 8, 1S53.
JYEM STORE
IN BLOOMSBURG, PA.
THE UNDEFS1GNF.D ha jtist opene.l a
new S:ore in SCHIVE'S BUILDING MAIN
STREET. Bioonisbng, Pa., which he has
tl tie J with a fir-t class assortment of
ZJZD iXi "CL" 'JZ X) 3D ID iS2 5
of all descriptions, and
GRCCEIJIKS, HARDWARE AND
QJEE.NSttAilE,
in the nnal variety.
AibO FLOUR and FEED supplied at the
lowest ma1 ket prices. He respectfully so
licits a fair share of pa'ronaze.
JAMES K. EVER.
Bioomsburg, Nov. 8, 1865 tf.
PfiVTUGRdPllS ! mO TCGRAT HSl l
A NEIV GJLLEIIY IX BLOOMS
'THE undersigned takes pleasure in an
l i.ouncinii that he has opened a Gallery
in the lare Room over Harirnarr-t Stow, in
Bloomsourg, Pa., lor PHOTOGRAPHIC
and k'mdred Art. He is prepared to take
Pictures of ail kinds.
Having procured iho service of an ex
perienced Artist from New York he is pre.
pared to do ail kinds of Picture taking
Call and see before going elsewhere.
A. A. HEMPSEAD.
Jaruuy 31, 1866 3m.
t KCf IT.Si Yi:4Rl We want
-l-stJ'"" agents everywhere to sell
oor improved S20 Sewing Machines. Three
new kinds. Under anil up,-er feed. War
ranted five jears Above salary or lartje
commissions paid.The ONLY, machines
in the United States for less than S40, which
are fully licensed by Howe, Wheeler &
WiUon, Grover & Baker, Singer & Co., and
Bachelder. All other cheip Machine aro
infringements and the seller or user are lia
oln to arreet, fine and imprisonment. Cir
culars free Address, or call upon Sbaw &
Clark, Btddeford, Me. Dec. 20, "65 ly
ITCII ! 1TCI1 ! ITCH !
Scratch, Scratch, Scratch!
WI1 EATON'S OINTMENT,
. 'Will CnVe tne Ilea In 48 Uours.
AtSO cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chil
blnins, and alf Eruptions of the skin. Price
50 cents. For fa! by all rfrncgista.
; By sendina 60 crnte to .WEEKS & POT
TER, Sole Agents, 170 -Washington street,
Bosion, Mas'., it "will be lorwarded by mail,
free of rootage, to' any part cf the United
OF
Tbe Finances of Ibe l ouafj Of Colom
bia, from iht 1st Daj of Jan. A. 1
1865, to the l si Dar of Jan, A. D.
1866.
fHE Auditors elected to 6etlleand adjust
he itubliu accounts of Columbia coun
ty, tespectfu'.lj' beg leae to report that they
i have examiricd the tame from the first day
3 of January A. D. 16 Go, to the first day of
January, A. D. 1866, and reepectfclly lay
i.r ti l i r--. A 1
oeiore me norornoja J utiles ot tne V-onn
of CoMinon Pleas of aid coun'y the i'oU
low-in 6!teinenl and report agreeably to
the 2id e::ion of the wAi-t ot (Jencral Aa
semhly of this Common wealth, parsed the
fourth day of April, A. D., 1834."
Daniel Mt Henry, Treasurer of Colombia
Cnnntv . in account'with said county
1 8 Go. Ir.
Jan. To amt. outstanding
f.ir 1865 &c, - S6664 76
To balance in hands
of Treasurer as per
lat Auditors' report S563 20
To bal. on ten day
aeemeul 1S64 23 60
May To cah of Jesse
Coleman Proth'y ju
ry fees and finea 21 CO
do To cash of Jacob
Hoslerjland ted'med 3 .6
1654.
To C3sh of Joseph
Gbiger land redmM I 56
May. To cash of Wm.
Lam on land red'med 1 43
Juoe. To cash of John
Karns land red'med 5 75
do 1865.
To amount ofcoun
ty tax asrexsed for 1865 11133 SO
Sep. To cash of Jer Ja
coby lor Btier Creek
twp keeping C. Suit 150 00
do To cah ot Samuel
Kelchner for Brier
Creek twp keeping C
Suit 103 60
do To cash ofJas Freeze
Mhiugles 20 00
do To ten day am?t '65 1$ 67
do ca.h r,l Michael
Brobst land red'med
Dec To cash of Ja Rog-
ers old pl.tr.k
do T ca-h of Jesse Cole
man Jury lees & fines
do To cash of J. G.
13 80
1 00
13 CO
10 10
112 40
Freez shingles
Paid assefeors for
spring military as'; '65
To cash ot military
fund viz-:
' J S Sanders notice of
appeals
- W 11 Jacoby notices
P John Blank book
Paid Ki-seors for
assrn'iof Dogtas '65
To cash of sundry
persons redemption
money
To cash ree'd for sun
dry taxes
2 00
5 00
5 00
159 55
487 22
231 86
1
1910 63
19750 94
By am'l outs'ar.ding lor
1S65 and previous yr
" Exonerations allowed
collectors
" Commission allo'.veJ
collectors .
5347 24
316 33
504 05
12792 47
497 99
" anvt county order re
deemed ! Treascrcr's commit
fion on S12149 80 at 4
per cent
am't paid siafe Treas
urer tax on ouistar.ding
bo'ids
Balance hands of Tr?2s
urer
S 25
?34 61
19750 94
DANIEL Mo HENRY, Trensurer of Col
umbia county in acrount with lax on Dogs
Eir.
To amonnt ont-'.amiing
and uncollected for
1864 ar.d pievirnsjrs 784 65
'' am'l due -sid fund as
per andiicrj report Jan
4, 1S63
4 arut as'd fcr 1S65
2 90
1270 50
2058 05
Cr.
By amount outstan Jin Si
uricolleceil
Exonerations allowed
collectors
" comiinsion alTd do
" am't ot sleej dnrn
a2 orders redeeme I
Paid assessors for b
se?ing do; lax for :65
Treasurer's comniisiou
on 937 25 at 5 per ct
819 00
47 50
47 89
937 25
159 55
46 6
2058 05
EXPENDITURES.
Autiilor-s and de. kt.
Am't nd auditors & clerK 45 00
W Wirt auditing Prjih'y
$. Regioieis accl 15 00
63 00
Assessors pay.
Am't paid asssors for
tpring assrr.'t
BRIDGE & ROAD VIEWS.
Am't paid sundry persons
BRIDGE CONTRACTS.
David Savi.;:e bal on bridge
con ract :n Pine twp '64 122 00
W A Kile bridge in Sugar
loaf 700 00
David Savage bridge in
Benton 1100 00
609 63
173 01
19J2 no
BRIDGE "REPAIRS.
Am't paid sundry persons
for repairs ' 1222 72
BLANK BOOKS.
Ani'tpaiJ for blank books
for ProlhonoUry & Re
corders offiefcs 59 40
CONSTABLES' RETURNS.
Am't paid ihe several" con
stables during ihe year - 153 24
COURT CRIER.
Am'l paid Moe Coffin an " 50 50
CLEANING COURT HOUSE.
Am't paid sundry cerons 24 00
COUNTY BUILDINGS.
Am't nd for repairs at Court
House and Jail during ihe yr. 771 01
COMMISSIONERS & CLERK.
Am't pd RC Fruit Clerk 600 00
" Rohr McHenry Comm'r 176 61
"TJ VanHerslice " 228 61
' Allen Mann " 16 61
John F Fowlar 18 00
. 1199 33
COMMISSIONERS' ATTORNEY.
Am't pd VV Wirt Att'y 75 00
COMMONWEALTH COSTS.
Am'tpdtunTv persons 322 32
DISTRICT AilUKiMH.lt.
Aoi't pd E H Little
ELECTION EXPENSES.
Am't pd for spring election 421 20
M " General " 377 50
66 CO
798 70
WILD CAT & FOX SCALPS.
Am't-pJ sundry person 55 10
- fuel. ; -
- House and Jaif - ""'' : '" Vt
" "' I
70 55
t
Am'
Paid
19 32
INQUESTS.
Arn't paid Joseph Lilly, esq.,
inquest on body of W.
Reeser. 10 38
do
John Doak. Esq., oa
body of R. Hill, 12 53
H. L F.eas, M. D. ei
artiinatioti of body of
M- C arles, at inq'!, 10 00
J. R. Evat.8, M. D. ex
amination of tody of
W. Reescr at inquest. 15 00
do
do
47 96
PRINCIPAL & INTEREST ON LOAN.
Am'l paid Francis Evans
inVt for 1864 oa botld
asainM county ; 60 00
Ain't paid Francis Evans
Loud 1000 00
dr Francis Evans int';t 35 00
do paid Frank Barton,
bounty 25 00
1 120 00
JURORS' WAGES & MILEAGE.
Am'l paid Jurors a, the several
courts 1276 67
MEDICAL SERVICES.
i Am'l pd. J. R Evans M. D.
attendance on prisoner b uu
do F. C. Harri-ou, 2 00
8 00
MI LIT! A-
Am': paid J. S. Saudera for
publishing uotice of
appeals 2 00
do W. H. Jacoby for print
ing notices 5 00
do P. John, blank book 5 00
PRINTING.
Am'l paid W H Jacoby 201 00
do J S Sanders 125 00
do L L Tate 108 50
13 0i
431 50
PENITENTIARY.
Am't pd. E. S Penitentiary
for support of convicts 316 25
do paid Pa. State Lunatic
Hospital for support of
C Suit, 76 20
PROTHONOTARY.
Paid Jesse Coleman Proth'y
POSTAGE.
Am'l paid D A Beckley, P M
ROAD DAMAGES.
Samuel Rim by Madison 14 00
D Purel Bloom 25 00
Huah Thompson Briarcreek 30 00
At.thony Weitzel Hemlock 20 00
Samuel Bructer ou 63 00
Siephen Mcllenry "widow"
Jackson 125 00
Samuel Trump Orange 50 CO
RECORDER.
An't paid J G Freeze, re
cording Treasurer's bonds
and bUmp
REVENUE STAMPS.
Am'l paid P John for stamp".
SHElilFF.
do S Snyder for boarding
prisoners 363 04
do conveying J Coursan
nd M Hsndelong :o
K Penitentiary 90 50
do convoying Th"a.S:oJd
to E Por.ltea'viary 70 01
SURVEYOR.
Am't paid Solomon Nay bar J.
surveying unseaied land
SHEEP DAMAGE.
SS2 45
189 58
1 50
327 00
13
24 00
35 00
Am't paid sundry persons, to wit
-INCIDENTAL EXPENSES-"
pd for stationary for cout
INSURANCE.
L) comiug Insurance Co
Bloom township 22 00
Benton do 6 00
Beaver do - 20 CO
Briarcreek do 36 00
Centre do 120 75
I'ishincreek do 45 00
J.irkson do 93 00
Locum do IS 00
Madron do 16 50
M.flim do 1 00
Ma:ne do 31 0'
Mt Pleasant do 31 00
Orange do ' 33 00
S.i'-xailoaf .'do 11 00
Scotl do 99 t'O
610 25
TIP STAVES.
Am'l paid at 'he several court
TAXES REFUNDED.
Am't of mad, school anj
pocr lax refunded to the
several tawnrhips
72 50
313 07
Whole am't cl order- issued
lor tt;e year 1865
513243 55
Deduct am't of sheep dam
age orders lor the
610 25
do taxes refuuded to
townships 343 07
do borrowed money and
iitt'ct on rari.e 1120 00
do militia expenses 12 00
S285 32
Actual expenditnres for
the year 165 S11153 23
We the undersigned auditors of Colum
bia County, be'tns duly elected to acjuM
and settle the accounts of the Treasurer
and Commissioners, do certify that we met
at the ofF.ee of the Commi-Moners in
Eloomsborg and carefully examined the
accounts and vouchers of the hanie fro.ri
the first day of Januaiy, A. D., 1865, to
the first day of Jan., A. D. 16t6, and find
them correct as set forth in the loregoir.y
statement, and that we find a baknee due
Columbia County of Two Hundred and
Eiahty Four. Dollars and sixty-one cents,
(5284 61) from Daniel McHenry, Treasurer
of -aid County. Given under our hands,
this tnird day of January, 1866.
DANIEL SNYDER, ) County
L. B. RUPERT, J AuJiloi'f.
JflejiDANIEL LEE.
We, the undersigned, Commissioners of
Columbia County, do certify that the lore
going is a correct statement of the ac
counts of said county for the year A. D.,
165 Witness our hands, January third
A. D. 1866.
THOS. J. VANDERSLICE, ) Comm'rs of
ALLEN MANN, ) Col. Co.
JUcstR.. C. FRUIT.
FINANCES OF COLUMBIA COUNTY,
Baiai.ce due lroni col
lectors S5347 24
Deduct exonerations &
commissions 1200 CO
S4147 24
234 61
Sal. due Co. from Treas.
S443I 85
Deduct ordrr unre
deemed tor 1864 and
previous years S49 63 -
Deduct orders unre
deemed for 1865 - 69 S3
Dedmt. balance due
D Savage on bridge
contract in Benton 754 00
Deduct balance due
W A Kile.bridge con
tract inSugarloaf
680 50 S1553 96
JfjAF?r??JvLrlfr'lI
" STATEMENT OF DOG TAX
Bal. due from collectors S819 00
Deduct exonerations &
1 conkmissiotib 150 00
Deduct orders unre
deemed for 1864 and
previous years
Orders unredeemed
for 1665
2tS 50
W40 60
Bal. in far or of eatd fund
Commissioners' Office,
Bioofnburg, Jn 3, 1666.
Terrible Excitement !
IN LIGHT STREET,
AT PETER EXT'S STORK,
On Account of the New
ArriraS of FAIjIj & Winter
GEE A T RED UC Tl ON IN TRICE S
ETAS just received from the eastwn cities
and is now opening at the old stand
a splendid assortment of
SiO czs cs ea m L 11 & a
which will he sold cheap for
CASH OK COUNTRY PRODUCE 1
His stock consists of Ladies Drew Good,
choicest stales and latest fashions.
CALICOES,
iMUSLINS,
GINGHAMS.
FLANNELS,
HOSIERY
SILKS SHAWLS, CARPETS. &C.
l"cacly-31afle Clothing1,
SATIN I2TS,
CSSI MERES,
COTTON A I) ES
KENTUCKY JEANS
PIT READ, ccC.
1X2 221
TP
53
QUEENS WAKE,
CEDARW ARE,
HARDWARE,
MEDICINES,
DRUGS,
COOTS WD SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything Uhually kepi in a
oonntry store.
The patronage of his old friends, and
the public generally, is respecilully so
licited. The highest market price paid for conn
try produce. PETER EKT.
Ight S'reet, Oct. 4, 1865.
B IKER ASD C0XFECTI0XEU
TTAS alwavs on hand and lor sale Fresh
SLj- BREAD, CAKES, and PIES;
rreiich and Domestic Confections
in rea' and splendid variety; Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually found in a Mrsi
cla confectionery store.
He would iai! especial attention to Lis
newlv received r'm-lc of
PICKLED IRUITS, ASD JELLIES.
Having recently fitted up u new atd
elegant
OYSTER SALOOX,
on the Cril flucr, two doors we..t cf Eycr
i Moyer's Drt g B!ore, he is prepared to
wait nfi !:'sniarv ci'.ciers with FIRST
CLASs FRFSR OYSTEUS a cheap the
Si ujch;"-si. ill v in wu;i;:!y Ijnti.-, t ai.-tj,
' C!:J Fa rt tlia.4. w ii h Cl-'fr Cnrft-rtinnArc
, a I . l. . . II. : I . . ' r, ' 1 i-i i .
' J -
lie. at reaor.ahle rater.
Bioomsbur,
Due. 0, 1S65.
WY0J!I.G ISSriJAXCE COMPANY,
CJftce ovtr the JVyoming fiank,
CAPITAL ASI) SURPLUS, 150,000.
r?" Will insure aain-l loss or damaae
b Fire en property in town or co-iutry, al
reHotui,''le rtm.
DIRECTORS;, G. M Hullet.back, John
Reichard, Srinel Wadharns, D L Stioe
maker, Daniel G. Dries-bach, R. C. Smith.
R. D. Laroe. G. P. S eele, W. W. Keu ham
Chailej. Dorxance, W. S. Ross, George M
Hardin i.
G. M HOLLENRACH. Prea'l
D. L. SHOEM AKKR, V. Trcs'l.
R C. SMITH, Secretary,
W. G. STERLING, Treanrr.
L 11. CONOVER. Aent.
B-'acli Haveu, Pa.
December 2 J, 1S65. ly.
Justice ot the 1'ence,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
Surveyor,
Office Ke.ivcr Valley, Pa.
Will attend to takitij; acknowledgement,
Write Deeds, Mortiaes, LeHre, Bonds
Notes, Agreeraenis, &c. Surveying atten
ded io with despatch. Charges moderate.
Jan. 10, 1866. 4mn.
CL0VERSEED WANTED.
The undersigned will par the highest
market prices lor CLO VERSE ED.
PAXION HARM AN.
Rupert, Pa. 3:no.
o ild tii i xgs5ia m mvr
4 PAMPHLET directing how to speedilv
re:ore sight and yive up spectacle-,
wi hout aid ot doctor or medicine. Sent
by mail, free, ou receipt af 10 cents. Ad
dress, E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
1 130 Broadway, New York.
BROOMS.
TLfONTGOMERY WILLIAMS respectM
ly announces to the public. .-e,ter.llv
that he is manufacturing CORN BROOMS,
for sale, whc!esale cr retail, in Wiikea
Barre. He is prepared to lnrni?h merchau s
and others with a uood article of Brooms,
at reafonable prices Persons having ma
terial that they desire made up upon stiatts
can send it to him. His work will compare
favorabl with any made up in the State.
MONT. WILLIAMS.
Wilke.-Brre, Nov. 22, 1865.
THE bhSl OF THE MON 1 HLI F
THE LADY'S Fill EN D devoted to FASH
ION and LITERATURE. Beautiful Steel
Eniravinas- Splen Jid double-size colored
lushinn plates. Trie latest pa'terns f
Dieses, Cloak?, Bonnets, Embroidery. &c.
Household Receipt, Music, &c. WHEEL
ER Si WILSON S Se wing Machines g,v1,n
as Premiums. Send 15 cents for a sa cole
copy to DEACON & PETERSON '319
Walnut Sueei, Pnil-del phi. '
11WAKDS ASSf-iATIOX.
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
DISEASES of the Urinary and Sexual
Systems aru reliable trea'roent. Al-
fto the bridal chamber, an fs- of
W anirijr and Ii.&truction, f ut in eea'ed
envelopes. ffe ol charge. Address, Dr.
J. SK1LL1N HOUGHTON, Howard Associ
ation, No. 2, South Ninth S'reet Philadel
phia, Pa.
June 21, lg65 ly. '
C" OXVi:YANCJL. NEATLY A N D
PROMPTf.V tinVP Kr r- fl RiBl'.
fllS 50
113 00
?37Yj69ISy; A9fggy l LawBlsocasbartfc P-
1 c, - . 1 -
lOlLEGE
corner Tenth and Ciein ul SMreeta
PHILADELPHIA.
The mml oompleie and thdroojihly ar-rointe-d
Busicess Comrceicial College in
the country.
Tho only oni in Ike City poeafng a
fgislative Chartrr, and the onlv one in
United States authorized lo confer Degrees?
ofMrit." Diplomat awarded to prat. 11 a te
in tho Corrmeroial ConrRe under it corpo
ra e real by acthority of law.
. Conducted by penilftuen cf lihefbl edu
ci'tion a'id extensitoexperieucoin baHitiBi
and affording unequalled ad vhiiiaea for the
thorough liieoretical ar.d prnclical educa
tion ot joiiiig men tor the various duties
and eir plo) ment of huamens life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a systMii of
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original 8i:d pre-eminently practical, giv
ing the sl'jdtfM in the t-horteit time a com
plete inMjthl into tho routine, details cus
toms and forma of business in general, as
conducted in the best regulated comicsr
cial Htid financial eatabiitthmetitfc
THEORETICAL BOOKKEEPING
Upon a new plan, with an original exposi
tion of the bciencH of accounU, arranged
and published by the propretor of this In
stitu'ion cyclusively for hn own use, sav
ing one-half the ordinary labor of the stu
dent, and givicg him a complete knowl
edge of tbe practice ol the best account
tuts. THE COMMERCIAL COURSE.
EMBRACES
Bookkeeping. Commercial Arithmetic, Pen
manship, Business Correspondence,
Commercial Law, Lectures on Bu
sinees Affairs, Commercial
Customs. Forms, and Ac
tual Business Prac
tice, SPECIAL BRANCHES.
A'gebra an.l ihe Higher Mathematics, Pho
Tiosuiiphy, Ornatnental Penmanship, thd
Art of Detecting Counterfeit Money,
Engineering, Surveying Navign
tion and Telearaphing.
TELEGRAPHING.
The erranementi for Telegraphing are
far in advance of anything of the kird
ever offered io the public. A regular Tel
egraph Line is connected witn tne Institu
tion with twenty brances in various parts of
Ihe city, where public business is transact
ed, and in which tne students of this Insti
tution are nerrr. itted to practice. No regu
lar office pr:u-ice can be had in any other
school ol instruction in the country, with
out which no one can obtain a post'i.m aa
a practical operator. Young men are cau
tioned against the deceptive representa
tion of theme who, without any such fa-cili'i-o;
pretend to teaen Telegraphing.
FATKONA'iE
This institution is now enjoying the
gest patronage ever bestowed ii;on
corntnercial school in the State. 0?er
hundred biudents were in attendance
lar-
any
five
the
first 3 ear, and over seven nutidred during
the past year. The best clas- ol students
may invariably be found here, and all its
associations are first class.
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
Tho iLii;i.iio.i ii IjcicJ in the most cen
tral part ot the city, and its accomodations,
for extent, elegnnce end convenience, are
rnsiupassed. All the rooms have bee;i
fitted up in the very best siyle with
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COUNTING
HOUSES, TELGRAPH OFFICES,
STATIONERY STORE,
and a reulaT
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic
no es used as a circulating medium ia the
Department of Actnal Business.
TO YOUNG MEN who desire a PRAC
TICAL EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS, we
Guarantee a cour-e cf iu;ructioa no where
ela equalled, wixiie the reputation and
siaQ'Ht g of the icstilulion among business
nte'i n;iike its endoisement ttie Lest pass
port to purees and advancement. AH ton
letnpla'ina entering atij- rommerciat Col
I"h, are invited to send for tin
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR AND CATA
LOtiUE contaitiini complete interior views
of the College, and full particulars of the
coutti ol iii-iruction, tern-.
L. FAIRBANKS, A M ,
Pifyicitht
T. C. SEARCH, Special Teacber and
Supt. ot Oth' e Business.
Nov. 1, 1S65 1 3r.
ADJilMSTil.l lOIl'S A0TICE.
Estate cf John reiler.hte of FiJtinptnck fern
ship, Colfm'iia cvun'y, e'ec'i.
f ETTERS of a.lmini.-tration on the es--ta'e
oi John Pealer late of Fishinacree k
lownship Columbia county, have been
granted 1 y the Readier of said countv, 10
Solomotr Buss. Persons having claims
:igaint the estate of the decedent are re
quested to present them to the adminiira
tor for settlement, and those indebted to
the estate vill make payment forthwith to
SOLOMON BUSS,
Jan. 17, 1S66 6w.
Adm'r
W3I.B K00XS Prcprietor
KLOOISSiVKG PA.
fpHIS magnificent Hotel, sitoate in the
L central portion ol lite town, an I op
posite the Court House, hi? been thorough!)
repaireil and refurnished, and the Proprietor
is no prepared to aicom modate travelers,
teamf-UT, drovers and boarders in the most
plea-anl and agreeable manner. His table
will be supplied with the best the market
atTords,atjd his Bar with the choicest liquors.
Attentive ostler wiil always be on hand,
and his stabling is the niosi extensive in
is se ion ol country. Omnibuses wil
alwayscte in readiness to convey passen
gers to and Irotn the Railroad Depots.
WM. 3. KOONS.
Bloomsburg, July 4, I860.
OMNIBUS L'NE.
"-I1I1E undersigned vaj re'ponfully an
nounce to the c
tizpns of Iilnnmshnrcr.
. 1 1 iV". "e .teraliy, that he is running
An 031 N IBI-'s ij r k ,
1 .1 .. ..lit. .
beiw een th
is mace antl
the chile ,em K0iid
Depr
s, daily. (Sunday excec ted)to cou-
"r.ct wun it. e several Trains coii;: South
atid West ou tne Ctaw issa & Williarnsport
Rail Roavl, anJ with iho going North and
South o-i the Lack. : Bloornsburij Road.
His OMNI BUSES cre in eo'd condition,
romtnodious and coinfolrable, and charges
reuscnab'e. Pip" Persons wishing to meet
or see their friends depart, can be accom
modated, upon reasonable charges, by leav
ing timelv nmire at ati- of ihe Iltls.
JACOB L. GIRTON, Proprietor.
Bloomsbura, April 27, 1861.
MORO PHILLIPS'
Super.phnsphati of Lime. Baugh 4
Sons Raw Bone Phorphate, in large
and small quantities, and Pure War
ranted Lake Salt, at xcholesale 4 retail
fottalt by J, tfx HARM AN-,
""IKUSttfeSS
' -1lLl n-i 9 ? Ftrrt S"i
Wbocnic and i:etai.
lHK bcrifcer woold announce to tne
citizeti- ol Bioomsbur acJ vioHHy,
thai' ho 1-.fclltec I IQUOltS in largo vnd
Knmll quioti lew, and at differed pioek at
hw riuw cirer to tfiain street, .
norh side, o door putn of j? v.;,Q1
f i. ii- . I'rx-rtt
stock of Foret-!' no Uv.nrtiit tfut.
tooets'sof Cograo snd Koc'eJle. BaHier
ry. Ginger, Raspberry "d Luvei -Jcr. le
boti a large tf ortrr.ent of
Old Ttye, gray with ai, fine Oid BoHrbof.
Old i-'o'ks Wldekey, uiid quat.lii' of
coin mon. fie al-o h:a ,
PURE HOLLAND GIN, ,
Madeira, Lisbon, Claret, Sne; ind ,Jm
pagne Wines; and Ihki but not laM. a
quantity ol tfood doutlo ex'rs BROWN
STOUT; ail of which he will ell at lht
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
felly solicited to give his liquor a uit
D. W. ROBBlNS,.ffT.
Bloomsborg, May 1, 1661.
JYeic Slock of Clothing.
2TCB23I3 i3J3MffHViUEs Ol?
Spring aiad utntsier Goods.
TNV1TES attention to his siock of cheap
and lashiouabie Clothing at his Store, o
MAIN STREET, HLOOMSIWIIO.
two doori above the American House,
where be has just received from New Yoik,
and Philadelphia, a full as4ortraeit of
JTIcn ntsd Boy's Clothing
including the most fashionable, durable and
bandoome. DRESS GOODS, consisting of
P,ox, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Coals, and Pants,
of all sr.rti, sizes, and colors. Hd also has
replenished his already lartje stock of Fall
and Winter Shawls; utrived, fiu;ed ind
plai Vests, shirts, cravats, stock, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders audfatcy
ar'icldi.
N B He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Clotha and
Vestinga, which he is prepared to make op
o order, into aiy kind of clothing on ery
short notice and in the best of manner.
All his clothing is made 10 wear and most
of it is ol home manufacture.
AND
cf YR Vfiy 5S rr- '
Of every Description, Fine and Cheap.
His Case of Jewelry is riot surpasked in ihi
place. Call and examine In general as
sortment of Cloth ilia Wa!che, Jewelry
&c. &c. .DAVID LOW EN BERG.
Bloorr.sburg, April 20, 1865.
XjWAMllS KOBIiVSON,
tlock aisd WalcU ?2aker,
AND IMPORTER OF
Watchek, Jewelry A: Kre.cU lime-Piece.
ALSO. 11 J I'FCTChK R OF T
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
TED VA RE,
GOLD. SILVER $ STEEL SPECTACLES
No. 1031 Market Street, btluw Elevnth.
Nor:h Side,
PHILADELPHIA.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry neatly re
pairs J at tbe shortest notice. .
Gilding and Plating, ol all descriptions,
done neatly to or Jer.
CP N. B. Masonic. Odd Fell
and
other emblematic
graved to o;dif.
Marks, made and
FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH, ENGLLsli 4. AMERI
CAN CLOf-KS
TABLE AsV POCKET CCTLEJ V,
COKPS H fIGES
FOR SALE AND MADE To ORDER.
No. 1031 Market S ree, 3J door below
Eleenth, North sida.
March 26, 1865.
A EH H ALL f Xi'Lli j
The undersigned has just recoived at his
rooms, one door below Luz'a Dru Store
i new supply of WALL PAPER," WINS
DOW CURTAINS & FIXTURES. CORDS
AND TASSELS, tor pictures all wf wnich
t e will sell CHEAP FOR CASH.
HlS Stock Of ?on f. tnrnaasoa ant.-
.ore brought to this market. -
E. J. thorntonV
B!oomhur!i, Oci.4 1865. X
MEXICO rMEXTUfJT
$30,000,000 LOAN
OF THR
REPUBLIC OF 5IEXIC0.
Ticenty-year Coupon Rands in Sums
of $50. $100, $500, ami $1,000.
Interest Sevn Per feiit., Payable la
The City of Xew Yrk.
Principal and Interest Payable in GOLD
510 000,000 to be Sold at SIXTY CENTS
ON THE DOLLAR,
in U. S. Currency, thus yielding an interest
ol T welve per cenl. in Gold, or Seventeen
per cent, in Currency, at tia present Tat
of premium on (roll. . '
The lir.t year's interest already pro
TnEXOSTDESlRW
EVER OF f Earn
Immerse tracts of Mining and Agricul
r-l lands; sixty her cen- of norl dee
per cen'. of port dees,
imposts anJ t'
es.in the Sta'es ot Tamauli-
pas ai.u k.-ar LU1S pot06j . at) j ,he p!i2nl(.d
farh o ike eajj States and the General
G''eintnenl are all pledged for the redernp
'.ten of ;h3is Bonds aad fayrnentof inter
est. The .Security Is Ample;
$30 in U. S Currency will buy a 7 per
cent Gold Bond of 50.
S60 in U. S. Currency will bay a 7 per
cent. Gold Bor.d of SlOC. '
S300 in U. S. Currency will boy a 7 per
rent Gold Bond of S500.
S600 in U. S. Currency wiH boy a 7 per
cer.i. Gold Bond of SIO00.
Let every lover of Republican Institution
boy at least
OIVS: I50AI.
Circulars forwarded aud subcrip:ions re
ceived bv .
JOHN W. CORLIES S: CO..
and J. N. TiFFT. Financial Acent
of the Republic of Mexico, 57, Broadway,
New Yotk.
V Snhscriplions also received by Bf k
and Bankers generally througnout lhs Uut
ed States.
Nov 8, 1S65.
lUUtLESB7Biy0CIiWAv",
Altortiey-aUiaw.
Bounties, Back-pay, Pcniov.s, $-c.
collect rd.,
. Special attention psiJ to matters anting
Un, iDM'aal" Revenue T.a ws. .
I v uuui w?;t". i iiiq uourt
House." - BIOOMSBTJKGf Pa. 'f
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