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TOR -THE CAJIPaK;?! OF 1863. ,
? ' The political cjwpak'n jnr opeutt in
iTf.n)ivanIa 5 declined" to be 0n or &reat
irmortanre, and to ha apowerftft in.W
ence open the future of the country at lal
in a -real measure it " will delerm ine it
rrtbenjaJoriat comet of 1366, and hare an
Influence upon the presidential election two
year, (hereafter. ; Bot, more iropptmnt, it
will probably determine the choice or the
u-xl U. S. Senator Trora this State aridnn?
1 ..ffect the legislation of Congress and the
lesioraiion of peaca .10 the land. It
therefore, of riial importance that erery
i exertion ehould be made by every member
of oar party to acnre .the victory. Nor
. only should eveiy local organization be put
towork,bm every honorable measnn should
b adopted to tir op the apathetic and
' lukewarm, aud to make new votes by con
aversion. It can only be throagti the im
- mutable and golden principles of Democra-
tr tbat the cooutry can be redeemed irom
tb thraldom of fanaticism, degradation and
taxation. Outside the Democracy theae are
no principles. The rola of action of the
. opposition is ever changing ooe thing to
- day something else to-morrow. It is held
" together merely by expedientsthe latest
' and roost outrageous of all being the mod-
em.
six-months political trie- oi negro
uilrage.
- To defeat this, ana an o.ner
.,.. nf the ADOli Uon-snouoT noroes
i II. a. i
who live only to plunder and tyranntze, let
rv Democrat arouse and gird on the
rusty armor of his fathers in Democracy
of Washington, oi jenerson, oi
'and march to battle and to victory I
THF.'WEKKLY PATRIOT AND UNION.
: AtthA Central Oman of the Democratic
nartT the Weekly Patriot and Union haa
acquired a Jarje ana muio .
laiionthan any other Democratic journal
in the Slate. It has heretofore occupied
.... influential nnaiiion as an . able and in-
' dastrious worker in the cause of Democ
racy and its friends say that it still contin-
' ofs'to be a valuable organ of the party.
it nm fnr on. however, to poff our own
work. If we- have been faithful to the
Af f Ha n.rlv and th COUntfV. W8
. v vi r J . , . ,
Democrat will make it an ob
5-... m 0:nri nnr field of operations, by
adJing to our list ot subscribers. Tte low
price of the Weekly in comparison with
. the amount of matter furnished, makes it
one of the cheapest of newspapers. We
hope every good Democrat who reads this
will send his name and $2 50 for a copy for
ue year. If ibis is too much for those who
r very poor, let all such send us fifty
.m-ap.h. and receive the Weekly Patriot
and Union for the campaign. The follow
ing are the terms r -
TERMS FIR TEA1.
5!:?le copies, fer annum,
. six months,
Clubs of tea or more to one adJress
$2
1
2
50
50
DTJBINO THECAMPAIGH.
Sinafe copies
Club of ten or more to one address
50 cts
SO cts
All orders should be addressed to the
'j -. PATRIOT AND UNION,
- Harrisbcrg, Pa.
. READING RAIL ROAD.
WLMEU AKBAXGB3IEAT.
REAT Trunk line from the Nor:h and
North-west for Philadelphia, New
York, Reading, Pottsviile, Tamaqoa, Ash
Uri', Lebanoa, AIlentown.Easton, &.c, &cr.
Trains leave Harrisbarw for New York,
follows. At 3.00, 7.25 and 9 05 A- M.
nd 1 45 and 9.00 P.M., arriving at New
York at 5.40 and 10 00 A. SI., and 3.40 and
to.?5 P. M . corineclins with similar Trains
on the Pennsylvania Rail Road ; Slaepins
Crs accompanying the 3.00 and 9.05 A.M.
1 rtins, wilhoul change.
Leave Hairisborg for ReaJing, Pottsviile,
Traqra, Minersvilie, AsbUnd, Pine
fitovp, Allenfown and.-Philadelphia, at 7.25
A. M-ar.d 1 45 and 9 CO P. M., stopping at
fhanon and all Way Stations; the 9 00
I. M. Train making no close connections
for Pottsviile nor Philadelphia. For Potts
rille, Scbnylkill Haven and Auburn, via
St.huy!kill and Susquehanna Rail Road,
lf Harri&burg at 4 00 P.M.
Returning, leave New York at 9.00 A. M ,
12 00 noon, and 8.00 P. M. Philadelphia
at 8 00 A. M. and 3.30 P. M. ; Pottsviile at
J 30 JU M-and 2.45 P.M., Ashland at
6 00 and 11.45 A.M. and 1.15 P.M.Tamaqua
at 7.35 A M and 1.40 P.M.
Leave Pottsviile for Ha'risbori, via
Scbojlkill and Susquehanna Rail Road, at
45 A. M.
Reading Accommodation Train : Leaves
Rf adift? at 6 30 A. M. returning from Phil
arVIphia at 4 30 P. M.
LolvrnDia uauroaa i rains leave ueaa-
at 6 10 A. 31. ana t.io r. ai. lor tpnra
Litiz. Lancaster. Colombia, &c.
lOti Sundays : Leave New York at 8.00 P.
i niiiaueipnia is r. ii-, roiisvnie a.oo
A M., Tamaqua 8 00 A.M., Harnsbcrg 9 05
A..M-, and Reading at 1 00 A. M. for Har
nsf urg, and 10 52 A. M for New York.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School
.--ir1 Evrursion Tickets to and from all points
nr reduced rates.
Baggage checked through ; 80 pounds
;owed each Passenger.
G. A. NICOLLS,
General Soperintendent.
RkdiK0 Pa., Dec. 13, 1865.
NEW GOODS
Another Arrival of Goods.
: AT
Hat, Cap and Grocery
S3 Q CE 332 03
Now is Four Time to Buy.
HE NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
Bn(jHE undersigned having jus', returned
from toe Eastern cities with a larze
It
full assortment of
Cf addition lo
a snperi
ci rc "
i c
rTOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
f 4 HATS AND GAPS,
cumj.rising every soil and quality, is now
jj'rj.ared to sell ' a little cheaper than can
r "purchased elsewhere.
, H-s Slock of GROCERIES are not sur-
I ,:sse d in this marke', which he offers
c-ar for cash, or in exchange for GRAIN
o;? PIIODUCE.
LSO,-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
-I I IMIV2 . - , k. " u .u '
ui.wiuo iu wuitu tie luniks me ai
trnion of Shoemakers and the public.
Give him a call At Stroup's Old St
Stand,
iu Main Street. -
JOHN K
Eloorssbnrg, Nov'r 27 1864.
GIRTON.
DR. J. R. EVANS,
Pliyslclan and Snrgeoa,
TfAVING located permanently on Main
Street, BLOOJ1SBURG, Pa., would in
firm the public generally, that he is pre
pared lo attend to all buinesa faithfully and
punctually that may be intrusted lo his care,
terms commensura'.e with the limes.
STIIb pays strict attention to Sar"ery
8we! as Medicine. . ' .
I.ovember 25; 186J.-ly.
TATID LGYTE3SEUG,
C LOT II J N G S TORE,.
Oxl ..i t,twcaoori above the Aret-
J
T11E.PI1CENJX PECTORAL
ILL CU RE
Your Cough.
tisement below.
''" ftThe 'Ph'odAiPee
'imr.Txf 'toral; or compound
Syrup of WildCherry nd Seneka Snake
Root, will cure the Diseases of the Throat
and Lunys,' such as colds, cooghs, cro.ip,
Asthma, broncbiti, catarrh, sore throat.
hoarseness, whooping cough; &C s . .
Its timely use will prevent PULMOARY
CONSUMPTION. And even: where this
fearful disease is folly developed, it will
afford more relief than anv other medicine.
.-'J. 'Lawrence Getz. ex-Speaker of the
Pennsylvania House .of Representatives,'
says : 4,This cough remedy is now exten
sive used, and is of the highest value to
the community, its curative qualities hav
ing been tested by thousands with the
most gratifying results.: It Is carefully and
skillfully prepared from Wild Cherry Bark
and Seneka Snake Boot, by Dr. Levi Ober-
boltzer. a reputable physician of Phomix-
ville, Pa., and is sold by nearly
all drug-
gists and country storekeepers."
D. P. Crosby, ex-Post Master and ex
Batgess of Pottstown, certifies as follows:
rOTTSTOWN, Jan. 3, 1865.
This certifies that I have used the Phoe
nix Pectoral in my family, and I recom
mend it to the Public as the very best
remedy for cough and cclda that I have
ever tried One of my children was taken
with a cold, accompanied with a croupy
cough, so bad, indeed, that it could not
talk and scarcely breathe. Having heard
so much said about the Phcenix Pectoral
I procured a bottle of it. The first dose
relieves the difficulty of breathing, and be
fore the child bad taken one fourth of the
bottle it was entirely well. Every family
should have it in their house.
Signed D. P. CROSBY.
J. C. Smith, druggist of New Hope.Eacks
conuty, Pa., in writing to Dr. Obeiboltzer,
says: "A few days since I bought two
dozen of your valuable cough remedy to
try, and find it very good, and as it is near
ly all gone I would like yon to send me a
gross of it.
"Ycur medicine gives better satisfaction
than any other I have in the Store. I am
agent tor some of the most popular couh
preparations, but yours seems to be doing
the most good."
The following is an extract from a letter
from Hiram Ellis, merchant, near Polls
town, Pa., "I have tried the Phoenix Pec
toral and find it to be the best cough med
icine extant. It meets with a more ready
sale than any other that I have ever had in
my store."
The proprietor of this medicine has so
much confidence in its curative powers,
from the testimony of thousands who have
00 I useu li, tnai me money win ie pain oacK
I . .1 . . L I, L ' I 1 I
to any purchaser who is not sati&ned with
its effects.''
It is so pleasant to lake that children cry
for it. Price THIRTY-FIVE CENTS; large
Bottles ONE DOLLAR.
It is intended for only one class of dis
eases, namely those ol the THROAT and
LUNGS.
Prepared only by LEVI OBERHOLTZER
M. D., PLcenixville, Pa., and sold by all
Druggists and Storekeepers.
Johnson, Holloway, & Cowden, No. 23
North Sixth Street, Philadelphia, and
F. C. Wells & Co., 115 Franklin Street,
New York. General Wholesale Agent.
N.B. If your nearest drugi.i or store
keeper does not keep this medicine do not
let him put you off with some other medi
cine, because he makes more money on it,
but send at once to one of the Agents for it.
June 21, 1865 6m.
OATAWISSA RAILROAD. On and after
Monday, November 27, 1865, passen-
cer trains on the Catawusa liaiircad will
run as follows :
SOUTHWARD BOUND.
PII1LA. MAIL
Williamsp't) dep. 8 45 a. m. dep.
V. T SXP 6.
1 50 a. m.
2.S0 :
3 05
3 43
4 00
4 13 '
6 15
6.45 1
Metocy,
t
9 17 '
Aiillon,
Danville,
Rupert,
Catawissa,
t
t
10 00
10.43
11.00 '
11.15 1
1.27 p
1 58 4
t
i
t
Quakake juo. 4
Tamaqua,
m.
Phila ,
via. Po!tsvilIe '
Phila.,
via. P. Clinton, ar. 7.00 1
Phila ,
via.M Chunk, 7.53
New Yo-K, 10.35 4
1.05 p .m
12.25
1.15
M0BTBWARD B0CMD.
ERIK EX. ELHIRA HAIL.
New York, dep. 6.00 p. m. dep. 6.00 a. m.
i una )
via.M. Chunk,
Phila.
via. P.Clinton,
5.15
7.S0
8.15
Phila.
via. Pottsviile,
Tamaqaa,
Quakake Jan.
Catawissa,
Rupert,
Danville,
Milton,
Money,
3.30 1
11.50 a. m.
J2.45pm
1 27
3.50
4.00 1
4.20
5.01
544
6.15 4
12.40
2.40
2.4 S
3.08
3.50
4.36
. 5.10
Williamspoit, ar.
ar.
Superintendent's office, Williamsport, Pa ,
Nov. 23, 1865. GEORGE WEBB,
Supt.
Lackawanna & Bloomfbarg It. It.
N and after November 27, 1865, Paasen
get Trains will run as follows
v SOUTHWARD.
A.M. P.M.
5 50 10.C5
6.55 11.15
9 15
9 50
10.30-
P. M
Leave Scrantoo,
44 Kingston,
44 Rupert,
44 Danville,
Ar. Noribumber'd
4.50
6.20
8 53
9 30
10 15
NORTHWARD.
Leave Northnraber'd, 8 00
3.05
3.40
Danville, -6.40
it
Rupert, 9.15
Kingston, - 2.35
A. M.
8.30
9.35
4.15
6.55
Ar. Scranton,
5.45 9.35 8.10
1 rains leaving Kingston at 8 30 A. M. for
Fcranton, connect with Train arriving at
newionaijiu. leaving Worthnmber
land at 8.00 A. M. and Kinsston 2.30 P. M
connect with train aniving at New York at
10 55. V. M.
Passengers taking tram South from
Scranton at 5 50 A. M. via Noiihumbe
IanI, teach Harrisborg 12 30 P.M., Balii
leave 5.30 r. fll., VahKi2tofi lO.oo P. M.
via Rupert reach Philadelphia at 7.00 P. M
H A FONDA, Sup't.
Kingston, Nov 25, l86i.
ITlntrimoiiial.
A UILS and Gentlemen : If you wish to
"trutrr roa can do so addsessms me.
will send you, wilhoul monev and -without
price, valuable information, that will ena
ble yon to marry happily and speedily,
irrespective of age, wealth or beauty. Tins
information will cost you nothing and if
yon wish to marry, I will cheerfully asist
you.. All letters stritftly confidential. The
uesir-d information senr br return rn ait-
aad no reward asked. Please inclose posl,
age or stamped envelope, addressed to
yourself. Addresn, - - 1 . .. . , .
SAEAH B. LAMBERT, .:;
CABINET WARE ROOM. 1
SIMOIV c. SUITE, ,
T ESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
--'the Public to his extensive assortment
ofCabinex Furniture and C H A IRS,Q 5
which he will warrant made of good Wa
material.- anil in a workmanlike man-' 'I '
ner. -At his establishment can always be
found a god. I assortment .cf fashionable
furniture, which is equal in style &nd fin
ish to that or Philadelphia or N. York cities
ami al as low prices. He has on hand
of diilerent style and
prices, from 825 to S60. Divans Lounges,
Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of UDholstered work,
with Dress-
ng and parloi bureaus, sofa, card,
centra and r.ier tnh'ps. rtetashin.
chefTeniers. whatnots and co m odes. C? &3
, - -
and all kinds of fashionable work. His
stock of bureaus, enclosed and common
washbtandsjdress-lables, corner cupboards,
sofas,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is
the largest in this section ol the county.
He will also keep a good assortment ol
looking glasses with fancy gilt and com
mon frames. He will also furnish spring
mattrasses fitted to any sized, bedstead,
which are superior for durability and cam
fort to any bed in nse.
Oloomsbnrxr Nov. 4, 1863.
16GG:
AO Independent l-mocraiic Daily,
Weekly und semt- eekly Mewpaper.
After four years of civil war, forcedopon
the people of these United Slates by the
violence of sectional parties, we now en
ter upon a new era of unity and of prog
ress. North and South, a oordial co-operation
of all honest men is needed to re
pair the waste of war, to establish our
Peace through the triumph of sound con
stitutional principles in the administration
of the government, and our Unity bv guard
ing all that makes Union desirable.
The great Democratic party, "whose his
tory in the past is the history of private
prosperity, of territorial extension, and of
public order in America, stands now, as it
has ever stood, the Party of the Nation,
superior to all sectional passions in its loy
alty to the rights of co-equal Slates and to
the liberties of the individual citizen. Once
more its voice will be heard, once more
its adherents will be rallied to its time
honored standards in every city and town
ot the Northern and Southern States.
To the principles of the great Democratic
Party of the Nation, The World has borne
firm witness throughout the ordeal of civil
war. It hill row be devoted to the not
less arduous task of appUing those, prin
ciples to the solution of the many and
weighty questions financial, social, polit
ical which come npoo n with the return
of peace. Faithful t I lie real interests of
all sections, it will be enslaved by the prej
udices and blinded by the prepossessions
of none.
That the principles of American Democ
racy should thus be uttered, with no weak
or uncertain voice, here in the great metro
politau center of American enterprise and
commerce, is a matter of such importance
to every c.lizen as must recommend The
World to the co-operation and tuppoit of
good men in all sections of the Union.
Competeut correspondents at every com
mercial and political center of boili f.eniis
puerP6, who are always instructed to make
the freest and promptest u.-e of the tele
graph, will keep our readers full inlnrn.ed
of the doings and the progress of mankind
in all parts of the klobe.
EDITIONS.
The Daily World affords a complete com
penJicm of, and commen'ary upon the
news ol every day.
The Semi Weekly World is a lare quar
to sheet, same size as Daily, containing all
its news, correspondence, editorial, com
mercial and market news, catile rrarkel
aud provision leports. and a fresh and en
tertaining miscellany of literature. Pub
lished Toes-day and Friday.
The Wcklj World, a large quarto sheet
same size as Daily, has now the largest
circulation of any weekly journal publish
ed save one. I's extraordinary success
since its union with the New York Argus
has justified the most liberal expenditures,
which will make it unrivaled in interest
und vn ne to armprs. Pnhli.ho,'
Published Wednes
day.
1. The market reporls embrace the New
York, Albany, Brighton aud Cambridge
live tock markets; toe New York coun
try produce and general produce markets ;
special and valuable hop intelligence; a
department of agricultural reading ; all
together composing an unrivalled hand
book of current information for the farmer,
live-stock or produce dealer, the country
merchant, etc.
2. Its reading for the family circle em
braces the freshest aud best stories, poetry,
religious reading, etc.
3. Its digest ol the news is not, like most
city weeklie?, a mere waste basket of the
uany ; omy rnauers oi inierei ana impor
tance arecboen from the daily, while the
mass of its contents are prepared especially
for the weekly.
In every po$t office district there should
be found some active, public spirited dem
ocrat, who will confer a benefit upon us,
his neighbors, and the cause, by making
a determined effort to form a club of fonr,
ten, twenty, or fifty for the Weekly World,
al onr greatly reduced rates.
GREAT REDUCTION IN TERMS.
DAILY WORLD.
One copv one year by mail, SlO-00
SEMI-WEEKLY WORLD.
One copy one year, S 4 00
Four copies one yeal, 10 00
Ten copies one year, 2o 00
WEEKLY WORLD.
One copy one year, 8 2 00
Four copies one year, .7 00
Ten copies, one year, " 15 00
Twenty copies, one year, to one ad
dress, 25 60
Filly copies, one year lo one address 50 00
An ex'ra copy of the Weekly edition
funii-heed io c-lnhs of twenty or more.
For i-ldbs of fifty the Seni-Weekly, and
for clubs of one huiiiired the Daily, wall be
em to getter up ol a club.
AdJiiiona may be n,ade lo clubs al any
tune during the year at ihe regular club
rates.
Changes from club lists can only be
made by requeM of the person receiving
ihe club package. All such requests
musl name the edition, rrbst-office. and
state tO which it has previously been sent,
and inclose twenty five cents to nav for
changing lo seperate address.
Orders lor any ol the editions of TFr
World may be sent by mail, and 6bouId
inclose Post office Monev Order or Rank
draft for amount (less the discount". . W
have no authorized traveling asentf. Mon
ey sent by mail will bs at tbe risk of the
senders... Orders and letters should be ad
dressed to - THE WORLD. . .
i .i.'- :; ' i$5ParkRowN. T j
OciVr ??' :.: .-
LIQTJOHS'i V.'IiXQTJCRS!
Wlioctalc ami ilietail.
viHE subscriber Two u Id ! aim ounce; to the
- citizens o! Blooms-burg and vicinity,
that tie i selling t LIQUORS in lare ;and
small quantities, and al 'different prices', at
his New Store, oh Main street, -
north side, two doors south of AvgTZIO
Iron sueet, Bloomsburg. ; His ' J$if
slock of Foreign and Domestic
consists of Cognac and Kochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
haa a large assortment of
.da 0. 63 lis. G5
Old Rve. crav with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and aoy quanity of
common. He also has-
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines J and last but not least, a
quantity oi good double extra BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell at the
lowest caS" Trices. . "r r wie are reaped
fully solicited to give bis liquor a trial.
D. W. R0BB1NS, Ag't.
Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861.
JYcid Stock of Clothing.
SpringLaiid Summer Goods.
TNV1TES attention to his stock of cheap
and fashionable Clothing at his Store, on
MjIIN street, bloomsburg,
two doors above the Jlmirican House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
171 c li and Boy's Clothingr, .
includiog the most fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisi inn of
Box, Sack Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
. Coals, and Pants,
of all sortSj sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter Shawl-; striped, figured and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars,
handkarchiefs, gloves, suspenders ar;d fancy
articles.
N ,B. He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Cloth9 and
Vestings, which he is prepared to make op
to order, into any kind of clothing on very
short notice aud in the best of manner.
All his clothing is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
CcsHdl -sssresxo Caches
AND
.r? rr -rr rr
Of every Description, Fine and Cheap.
His Case of Jewelry is not tnrpased in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Clothing. Watches, Jewelry,
&c. &c. DAVID LOWENBERJ.
Bloomsburg, April 20, 1865.
gJAMES ROBINSON,.
Clock and AVaUZi iHnkcr
AND IMPORTER OF
Wutcbes, Jewelry & I'rench Time-Pieces
ALSO. MASCFACTURER OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
TED WARE,
GOLD, SILVER if STEEL SPECTACLES,
Xo. 1031 Market Street, below Elevnth.
North Side,
. PAILADELPHIA.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry neatly re
paired at the shortest ootice.
Gilding and Piating, of all descriptions,
done nea'iy to order.
N.-B. Masonic, Odd Fellnw's and
o'htr emblematic Mark-, made, and En
graved to order.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
vysiaA- BOSSES'
FI1M2 0 112 IS A AIM HVY
FRENCH, ENGLISH 4. AMERI
CAN CLOCKS,
TABLE AMJ rOfKCT (TTLE F,
aksiiv cos:a'is n tHnt:s
FOR SALE. AND MADE TO ORDER.
No. 1031 Market Street, 3d door below
Eleventh. North side.
March. 6, 1865.
W ALL rAFISlt
The undersigned has just received at his
rooms, one door below Lu'z's Drug Siore,
a new supply of WALL PAPER, WINS
DOW CURTAINS ii FIXTURES, CORDS
AND TASSELS, for pictures a 0f which
be will sell CHEAP I OR CASH.
His stock of goods surpasses any hereto
fore brought to thi3 rrarket.
K J. THORNTON.
Eloomsborcr, Oct. 4, 1865.
"MMICOTJEXIUOI
S30jOOO,00 LOA.
cr THE
REPUBLIC CF IEXItO.
Ticenty-year Coupon Bonds in Sums
' of $50, 8100, 500, crin' SI,000.
Interest seTm Per Tent., Payable In
The City of New Yirk.
Principal and Interest Payable in GOLD.
SI0 000,000
to be Sold at S I XT V CENTS
ON THE DOLLAR.
in U. S. Currency, thus yielding an interest
of Twelve per cent, in Gold, or Seventeen
per cent, in Currency, at the present rate
of premium on sold.
The first year's interest already pro
vided. THE MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
EVER OFFERED.
Immense tracts of Mining and Aericul-
tural lands; sixty per cent, of port dues
imposts and iaxes,io the Slates o'l Taroauli
pas and an Luisl'otosi; and ihe phghied
faith of the said State and the General
Government ar9 all pledged for the redemp
tion ui mew Donus ana payment ot inter
est.
The Sccnrily is Ample.
it 0 r . .
cow in li. o currency win duv a 7 ner
cen 1 uoiu Donu 01 sou.
S60 in U. S. Currency will buy a 7
cent. Gold Bond of S10P.
per
S300 in U. S. Currency will buy a 7
cent Gold Bond of $500.
per
SbOo in U. b. Currency will buy a 7
cent. Gold Bond of SlOOO.
per
Let every lover of Republican Institutions
buy at least
OIVE ROI.
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions re
ceived by
JOHN W. CORLIES & CO.,
and J. N. TIFFT, Financial Agent .
of the Republic of Mexico, 57, Broadway,
New York.
GF Subscriptions also received by Banks
and'Bankers generally throughout the Unit
ed States.
Nov. 8, 1865.
CHARLES B. BR0CKWAT,
Attorner-at-Law.
- Bounties, Back-pay, Pensions, 4-c,
collected.
Special attention paid to matters arising
under th Internal Revenue Laws.
- OFFICE, one door west of the Court
ttous." BLOOMSBURG, P.
T-T?T?ary 17, 1866.
- DBWT-ISTR7.
iiciiowun, , .
SD UGEON DET I ST.
. l ESPECFULLY offers his
(T?k0$ -professional services to the
XX.i-r JuJieg & gentlemenot Blooms
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
lo all the various-operations in Dentistry,
and is provided; with the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
attended to.
. A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on hand. Alloperations on the teeth
warranted.
Residence and Office, a few doors above
the Court House, same side.
Bloomsburg Aug. 19, 1885
Prospectus ol' Vol III. 1865.
THE OLlTcctJAltU,
A. MONTHLY JOURNAL,
IF VOTED 'I v L1TEKATTJRK, SCIENCE AND
ART, AND THE
Principles of 1770 and 5S7.
C. CHAUNCEY BURR, Editor.
flhis Magazine will continue lo
defend
JL
the priicifjles of Government which
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a the enemies of the Democracy. We
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Kentucky aud Virginia Reflations of 1798
and the Dred Scott Decision of the Su
preme Court, the one asserting Stale Sov
ereignty and the other White supremacy. To
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J9alional Foundry,
BIoonibtir9 Columbia Co.,
Irje sub?ribjr. Dronrietor of th shove
- named extensive establishment, is now
prepared lo receive orders for all kindsroi
machinery, for COLLERI ES, BLAST FUR
NACKS STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESH IMG MACHINES, &c, kc.
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izes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
hing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extansive facilities and practical
workman, warrant -him in receiving ihe
ta'rgest contracts on tbe most reasonable
terms.
Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
VsT This establishment is located near
the Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
PETER BILLMEYER.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
IVatioEial Claim Agency,
CONDUCTED BV
HARVY &, COLLINS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
IN order lo facilitate the prompt adjurt---
mem of Bounty, arrears 01 pay, Pension
and other claims due soldiers and other
persons from the Government of the U. S .
the undersigned has made arrangement
with lie aoove firm whose experience and
clo-e proximity to, and daily intercourse
with, ihe Department, as well a the early
knowledge acquired by them of the decis
ions frequently being made, enable ihetn
to prosecute claims more effectually than
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do
All persons entitled lo claims o! ths above
description can have them properly attend
ed to by calling on me and entrustins them
to my care. w. WIRT,
Agent for Harvy & Collins.
Bloomsburg, August 10, 1864.
GROCERY STORE.
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
More I rt sh Good.
Just received at Henri Giger's New
Store: MOLASSES, SUGARS.
TISAS, COFFEE, RICE, SPICES,
FISH. SALT. KAIS1N.
TODAOCO, SEGARS,
CANDIES, NOTINNs, Tovs,
FEED AXD PBOnsIOXS,
Together with a great variety of notions
&c, too numerons to mention.
BUTTER EGGS, MEkT,
nd Produce generally, taken in exchange
r goods. The best market price will be
lowed. Give him a call.
ICTTbe hiaheM market prices paid foi
I kinds of COUNTRY FURS.
: HENRY GIGER.
Bloomaburg, January 3, 1$66.
apOSYEYANClXG, NEATLY AND
PROMPTLY DONE, by C.G. BARK
LEY, Attorney it Ltw, BlooniBborg, P. '
Northern Central ZSaiiwny.
T.I M ETA B L E .
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and fr. the
Nnrih and Wei-t Branch of tlie Susque an-
tia, Elmira, ami all of -Northern New Ys.rk.
On and al:er filoudav, May i!3i", itvo.
the Pa?engr Trains ol ihe North Centrai
Railway v.Tnarrive and depart from Sun
hi.rv. Hrrisburs and B.il imore, as follows:
SOUTHWARD. J
Mail Train leaves Sur.bury daily
except Sundays, at 10.40 a m.
Leaves' Hairiborg, ; 1.30 p.m
Arrives at Baltimore, 5.30 tl.
Express Train leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at 1)40 p.m.
Leaves Harrisb!rg,except Monday 2.50 a. rn
Arrives al Baltimore daily except
Monday, at ; 7-00 a.m
Accomu.iodalion leaves Harrisb'rg 7.45 a. in
Sunbuty Acc. leaves Sunburj daily
except Sundays at 7 30 am
Arv's at Harrisb'c except Sindajs 10 15
NORTHWARD.
Mail Trail leaves Baltimore daily
except Sundays at
Leaves Hanisbnrg, 1.-15 p il.
Arrives al Sunbury, 4.20 p m
Express Trains Baltimore daily, 10.00 "
Arrives al Harr'n-bura, 2.20 a.m
Leaves Harrisb'rg except Monday 2.40 "
Arrives at Sunbury, 5.15 "
Erie Express leaves Baltimore ex
cept SundayH t 8 00 p.m
Arrives at Hatrisburi, 12.55 a.m
Leaves Harrisburg, 1.15
Arrives at Sunbury, 4 10
11
Sunbury Accorn. leaves Harrisborg
Daily except Sundays at 4.25 p.m
Arrives at Sunbury at 7 10 "
For further particular appiy at the office.
1 N DU BARRY, Supt.
Harpuburs, Jn'y 10, 1865.
1S65. 18G5.
OHILACELPHIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD
This y real line traverses the Northern
and Northwest conntis cf Pennsylvania lo
thvcity of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leaded by the Pennsylvania
Rail Uoad Company, and is operated by
them.
Time of Passenger trains at North'd.
,e:ve Eastward.
Erie Mail Train 5 40 P. M.
Erie Express Tran, 3 30 A. M
Elmira Express Train, 1 1 25 P. M
Elmira .Mail Train, 10 25 A M.
licaves Westward.
Erie Mail Train,' 3 15 A. M
Erie Express Train, 2 40 P.M.
Elmira Express Train, 5 30 A. M.
Eimira Mail Tra'tu 4 35 P. M.
Passenger cars run through on the Erie
Mail and Express trains without change
6o;h ways between PhilfK'i ohia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECriO.N.
Lave New York at 6 00 P. M., arrive
at Erie 3 37 A. M.
Leave Erie at I 15 P. M . arrive at New
York 1 15 P. M.
NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN ERIE
AND NEW YORK
Elpjant Sleeping Cars on all Night trains.
. For information repecnntr Pusseiise'.
rusine?s apply at cor. 30ifi ati I M irk et Sis..
Philadelphia. And for Fieight business ol
the Corrpanv's Agents.
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Mar
ket Street. Philadelphia.
J. W. Reynold,., Erie.
W Brown, Airt. N. C. R. R.. Baltimore,
11 11 HOUSTON.
G-neri.1 Freight A gt. Phil a.
H W. G'.V INNER,
Cen-riii Ticket Agt. Phil'.
A. L TYLER,
General Sup'', W!ilian;port.
Dec 6, 1S65.
OMNIBUS LINE.
rfMIE undersigned would respectfully an-
nnniice to Hie citiyer- ol Bloomsburg,
and the public neutrally , that lie is running
An 031 M BUS LIN E
l)t-po:s, daily, (Sunday excepted) to con- j
nect with (he r-everal Trains coin South j
and We.-l on t ie Ctaivi-a 4c Wiiiiamiport ,
R11J Road, in. I witb thoe goinsf Nor'h and 1
S'uih ci the Lack, BJoomsl.ur Read. !
Ilia OMNIBUSES re in jood condition,
rominodiuu& arid coir: fotrdble, and cbarge -reion.ib'e.
H7 Persons wihirig to meet i
or t-e their friend?, depart, can be accuni- j
modated, upon rea.-onat-Ie cluryes, by lev
ir y tiniolv nmice at any of ihe II of Ik.
JACOB L. GIRTON, Pro,irie:or.
B!ombi!r2, April 27, l,sGl.
mi.B K00AS Propriefor j
1J .11 Ml IRC Si
fpHIS magnificent Holt 1, situate m it,e
I i- central portion ol ttie town, and op-
polite the Lourt Home, hie L-een thorouhiy 1
repaired and refurnish d, and the Proprietor !
ii no prepared to acconimoda:e traveler
IPam.lcr ilrnviri anil hnir.lr "... t. - i
J 1 " - .... wt.ii.ria in UIC must .
. pleasant and agreeable manner. His table I
' .:n u.- 1: . j ... .t .1 . . . :
iuuc Miiiru mi me cost trie market
arT'ird.-nd his B.ir with the choicest liqnorf.
Attentif." ostlers will always be on hand 1
and his ptablin- is the mol extensive in
this he ion oi country. Omnibuses tvil i
alwajfcCte in readiness to convey papsen
gers to and from tlie Railroad Depoi !
WM. 3. KOONS. I
.Hlnombnra, July 4. 18fi0. j
1
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Magazine form, beautifully illustrated.
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Sieechfs, Dialogues, Storie-.Puzzle., Enig
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hohTiI iTsissoci atiox.
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
DISEASES of the Urinary and Sexual
Systems new and reliable treatment. Al
so the BRIDAL CHAMBER, an Essay of
V aning and Instruction, sent in sea'ed
envelopes, free ol charge. Address, Dr.
J. SK1LLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Associ
ation, No. 2, South Ninth S'reet Philadel
phia, Pa. .
Jgne 21, 1865 ly.
MORO PHILLIPS'
Super-Phosphate of Lime. Baugh 4
Sons'' Raw Bone Phosphate, in large
and small quantities, and Pure "War
ranted Lake Salt, at teholesale retail
for tale by J. . HARM AN.
Je.ySi. 1 8 to.', " Rupert Statin.,
between tliis pUce a ml
(!: d.deieut Rn! Road i'SrT VT .
FLUID- EXTRACT CUCIIU,
A positive t.nd Fj-triac. lnne.ijr frr A! -mm- r,t Cmi
ItluJJrr, Ulil. tr.i.l i.t.a i i-H"-t
This rieficlca lnrrfa6S lii-i jiovwa ( !1tMt'.t.,l
icttca th chsprtcnig t:;-o :ci.i.j; ui lj.:.. by t
wiitiyotcsUarcc flrpcr t'im-', sd on wr!-t r
largcraontR crc rcfioccd, es veil cs pain iS.aU
U(l Is ZvX tot men, Tromen o-J c!JMr2. , '
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, 4
Tor wnakneM arising rrotn Excesw;. Uabtu tr r iwlp.
tlon, Earl iDdlocrelloa, aitcndrt wllL llio futtOTl:
Inrtlspofcltion to Exri;oa.
I.o of Powr.
DiSicnliy of U-.flltU.'
Trcoit)tlce,
TTaiefa'.xiot.,
Tain ta tbo Eri, .
rtusiilos or tiK Eofly.'
ErtHtloiw tTis Tac,'
Locs or Memory,
"Weak Kcrvci, "
0orror cf Disease, '
Dlnmeus ol VkJou,'
Ilot Bands.
IryB06 of the Ektn,
Universal Losnltndft.
I'oUiJCounie:ie5-'
ta i:Tr:'oin4, 1 allowrd to go oa (rU-b H.L
daelcvarlabty romoveEi.CP'olli-w . , ,
FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, &C.
lo one of which tbe pattont may expire. VTho ean Mf
they are not frequently followed ty tboe "Clrcful C!a-
n -
T'SAMTT AXD COXSUMmON f
Maay ere oworc of the cause of IbrlrcnfTcrltie.batiioD
will confess. Tbo record of tbe lrinc asyluao and
tnclarchoTy deaths by cocsumfttOD bear airpto irltnesa t
the truth of tbo assertion. " "
The ConstltnUoa, once ofTected by organic wealtncfi,
refjulrca tbo aid of meUleitie tOBtronijtJien and Invigorate
the nystem. which HM.MBOLD'S EXTH-CT Of BrCTftJ
tnT&rl&bly su. A trial will convince lae iaoi accptlc&L
Tntcboy a.T;ctloTas pccallrj to Femalea, tb T-muat
Br cur la nieDa'ed by any other remedy, aad for all
oruplalnta Incident to tbe eex, or In the
DECLINE OU CUASQE OF EXT9S,
17" Bu Bncrroxa abotk.
t7 Io Family vbould bo wlttvoA ltr
TaTreno EaUam, Mercury, or cnpleaaanl medietM tar
oapleaaant ond dacgeroua diseases.
iiELHBOLD'3 EXTRACT BUCHU
Cures Secret Diacac
In all tttti Rtaget Utile erpecse. tttlla or eo a&ase ct
CJet. co :sconT9nInco, and NO EXP02CEZ..
CJSE HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT B U C H U
For all affections and diseases cf tte organa, tieufl
EXISTIXO IN' MALE Olt FEMALE.
From wha'.CTer cause ortslnctlns, and no matter bow long
standing. Diseases of tacso orgs as requira tbo aid of a
diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
13 tho Great Diuretic.
I And It Is certain to havo tbe desired effict laVdUase
for which It is rccossicsded.
BLOOD! ii-UOF! tJLOODl
!IclmQlcr
xnnnLT coKCTrmtATED coroca
FLUID EXTRACT SARGAP AP.ILLA,
For purtfy.t? the Flcod, rtsoTlng a t rhrf-i.'o tottt-.
f.oral diseases erlahig f.ctn r. In:; ure stam of tre T'oo l,
and tte only rella'ilc and cTertunl tno-rn rsiw-ty far tls
euro cf fcror-il. frald Teafl. FH rbe-r., t-.'rt k-
Cwciilnca of the Toaca. T"lceraiIor.i or Hie lhro,i rt
legs. Blotches, Fln-.-lca on t.'ic Face, Telt-r, r:7fc'Me.
and s'.l ers:y Eispuocs u' :lo 5a.
ypT a jzvr
of tbe worn di-crders tbst ad!c :antiud arts frsra V
corruption tfcnt accunulates ta the blood. Cf ail tie ii .
co erics that heve been cia'e to pot go It out. tr.re e
euel la eCect 1Ilmdo's Cou Tocyi EiTBicrr or B
9atxv.ii.la. It cicunses and renovates the Bleed. lusiU'
tie vsor of health Into the synttia, and purges out It
humors wl.!ca raake tiliei;. It stlmuiates the bsallty
fars 'onr." lie bodT.ecd exprle the iH.orflerslhat grow
aui:au-10in the blood. Eueu a rctse-'.y that could La
rlcd on hai'oug berc aocbt for. and now, for the trt
liiO the public );aro oca oa which ib.-y can depend. 0:r
rt.cebcie decs not admit of certificates to show lucCar la.
I st tho U1.il cf a tlntlo bollle vill chow to ths sirs that It
tn Its virtues sorpatstng anything they hare ever taken.
Two tatlctjo"i-ful of the Extract of f urtparlll ad-ls-t
to a ; tat tf wuft Is eijnM to the Lisbon Iiel Drink, an 1
ric boi'le Is f.-!ly Cynal ko a gallon of h f ymp X I
pi.-.ili, cr '.c ccvclii.n as tsua'.ly cade.
:oi;'3 rose wash,
An excellent Lotion for diseases rising from cablta of
dissipation, ned lo connection with the Extracts Bach
and Sarsaparllla. In sncb diseases as recotomoeded. ErV
dertce of the most restvjnsible and reliable character w1!l
a-coro;any the medicines. Also exvljelt directions f- r
uic, utfK hunJ-t it ft thousand, UtIoj witnesses, acd
ward of 2Tifiy) oawMcite t certiDrates and reronuuecds
tory letters, tn cy cf whl .h arc from the highest sources,
liciudinj cct-ii: rbysiciana.ClcrgTiren.Ftatcaaien.e.
Tho Froprleicr has nover resorted to their publication la
tbo ncwrpupcrs ; be does not do this from the fact that his
articles rar.k as Standard Trcparatlots, and do not seed
to be propped np by certificates. ' .
The Sc.ence or Medicine, like the Ikrte Column, sbootd
etand aiciple. pure, taajcstlc, baTlns; Fact for tr basla.
lsdactlon for Its pillar, and Troth alone fr lt Cac4UL
J-y Extract Enrsrarllla !s a r.iood rorlaer; my rxtra
Enchn li a Llnretlc. and will act ca encn In aU cases.
Both are prepared on purely scientific prtnciplee-fca
vftruo sJ arc tbo cost active measure or either that
can be nade. A ready and ccicl aslro test will te a eoa
pnrisoa cf tbolr properties with those eel forth la the fU
lowing worts:
fco El-pensatory cf the rclto.1 States.
rrofessor Pbwzxs' Talaa!lo works ca tie Trv '
ofrbfi?.
Tee jemarks ictie by tte r e1cbretd Dr.rHTa.TblJv.
Scercui. s vizloXfl-r. Epim !cT1owj, a cc!s
bri:.-d n;ridan tnj Member cfto To-al ColUcoef
burgeons. IrclanJ, aad putiU:cd ta the TranaectlcasW
the lUcg and Queen's Jocrsal.
Peo i-'cdico-Chii urglcal licview, published by Bxs"
Tbatxes. Fellow of the Eoyal College of SortBoos.
Edcost Of Uic late standard works oa Mt-cia,
FOLD ET ALL nstTGOTTS EVEKTTTET!S
Add ecsa letters for lcfonnaUo,la conflfieoce. to
LT. T. IIELMBOLD, Chemist
r PI5CIPAL DEPOTS" ' ' f
Delmbold's Drug aad Casmical WarebonH,
591 UR-jADAT, NEW Y0RX, d
Xleimbol a AIed:oaI Depot,
fio. 194 80UTE TSr ?T, PHILADELPHIA,
.Minor
ASK I'Oit
CO I IN TIT: FI'.TTa.
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