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STAR OF THE NORTH.
BLOOMS BURG, PA.
Wednesday Slorniug, January JGth, 18G1.
Messrs. Kline and Bound tiav-a
thanks, for legislative favors.
Jacob Skideb, Esq., ha our thnfcs for a
late 'copy of the IVtek'y limes, published in
The mkmbfrs belorging to the Indepen
dent Crder ot Odd Fellows, of this place
"gave a grand dinner at tlreir rooms, on
' Monday last. We learn that qait-e a num
ber from a distance were present.
' The Montoub Iiion WokKs have com
menced operation? again The company
hare secured a heavy contract, thus giving
mploymem so their hand again, without
reducing their wages. Thus many families
re again made happy.
Thoss who want "something to do," be
sides 'lying around ir. trt way" at stores
-&c, would do well to call in at the Academy,
Wednesday evening?, and hear the boy-"
young and o'd 'spoilt."' T-heneare some
freed debaters, and good debates, there to
l e enjoyed ami the target the crowd the
more stirring the encounters.
Oca subscribers may expect us on a pro
fessional visit, wiihiu the coming fortnight,
and we hope whose business engagements
inay take them from home during ihal pe
Tiod. will leave the amount of their indebt
edness with the 'gude wife "
The dc-ipi.c of Old F:ttst, who congre
gate in and about the Printing Offices of
vor neighboring town, Danville, design
celebrating the coming anniversary of
Pbanei.ints birthday in an appropriate
manner. They are a sort of partial set
about Danville, they don't invite their
Thk Local Sknatk, which convenes in
the Academy at this place, has changed its
lime of meeting froir. Friday evenings to
Wednesday evenings. We- are informed
hat this Senate is pretty well vttended
nd its doings of rather an interesting char
acter How much they will do to allay the
preent d faculties that are playing smash
"with the country remains yet io be written.
Oca Chkistmas Tukket. A few days
previous to Christmas, we weTe presented
with a very nice Uukey. Wishing to have
the bird in as good condition a possible,
we invested the sum of 30 cents in com,
fot feed. On Saturday night before Christ
inas, some person not having the fear of
Iod before his eye and instigated by the
Evil one, as the preachers fay, look it upon
himself to deprive us of the anticipated
luxury of dining on the said bird, by clan
destinely, with malice aforethought, creep
ing into onr stable and cotn milling the
vert act of lelonion.-ly removing the said
turkey to hi or her own coop. Lock Hiven
On thk I scar ask - The subscription lit
of the Star i largely on the increase. In
s:ne iriiitnce, six new names (just think of
i has been added, an-l o'her places, the
number lias been greatly augmented. Not
v, ithstandmg die times are hard and bu-itiess
i on the decline, we see no rea-on why our
list ought not to reach ten hundred At thi
particular crisis, whi danger and dissolu
tion are staring ui in the face when anar
chy and civil war are impending over
lf e 1
ration ; in fact when we do not know what
-m day may briiiii forth, ho important it is
thai the people should understand the exact
condition ol affairs and be prepared for the
fmerency, come in whatever shape it
1 he:e i? an afundatice ot material
in the country, Democrats good and tp-e.
who migM t e got to take ihe paper. Will
not our friends make the necessary efforts ?
Y desian canvassing the county thorough
ly in a short time. Every Democrat in the
county should take the Star
; "Wr" Editors. The question has often
been asked us whf editors in referring to
themselves, use the word "we " The fact
is, it i not considered that they amouru to
two or three ordinary men, a9 that wonld
he a mitake Edif rs are naturally a vpry
modest and unassuminz r-I.-i-; indeed re
markably so The word "we" merely in
eludes the editor ami the ' devil " The
custom, an exchange says, originated with
Faust, one of the oldest printers on record,
and the founder of the distinguished pro
fession. Ihe superstitious people of the
day supposed him to be leagued with the
-devil. Facst, to encourage the idea, which
rendered him a. person of so much import
nce, and commanded such a high respect,
was accustomed to indite, himself in his
4,leaders" and ''puffs" as "we," which in
cludes himseli and his highly distinguished
assistant the Prince of Darkness. In mod-
ro times, his imperial Highness has doubt
less found the printing business a misera
ble investment, and has entirely withdrawn
age from the craft.
FoariGNra's on Tbamp On Monday last
about 12 M we noticed two men, a woman,
a boy, passing through Alain Street, so
111 Ut.ll Miiu.a . w . -) -
hv vp pre searcelr able to navigate. One
-j j .
of the raen appeared to bo carrying a heavier
load than the other, eo much eo that he
visited mother earth several times before
getting oot of town ; and upon one occasion
hen he fell, the woman remarked that her
"husband was subject to falling fits." We
rather thought he was, and that they always
attack hioi after "taking something " They
alleged that they had came from York State
and was on their way to Pike:s Peak or
h I- A mischievous lad near by assured
them that they were on the right road to the
latter place and would get there if they only
would go on. They said the late political
crisis disturbed them threw them oat of
employment. Wrocder whether they did
not belong to the wide-awskes we read so
much about before th.3 election: but now
j For the Star of the North
iuc "i tuucp - uuciur.
We afetiappy to announce to the public,
itiat this distinguished vegetarian is s ill in
iown, and ready to core all the ills which
flesh is heir to, by his never-failing "catnip"
and United Slates Dipensatofy The charges,
of course, are to depend upon the amount
of ' 'yarbs" used. In addition to this, the
learned Doctor offers lor sale, frrbt for pecu
niaty gain, but in order to enlighten the
obnvbulated understandings of the benight
ed genus homo of this region) a lisi of world
renowned books; such as Robinson Crusoe,
Jack the Giant Killer, Mother Hubbard etc
For the use of Teachers, he has also prepar
ed a large number of Multiplication Tablet I
For the further benefit of suffering and
needy humanity, tie is prepared to sell, at
the low p-rice of from 12 to 20 cents, "the
greatest -discovery of tire age, 'Lead beater's
Renowned Liquid Stove Polish.' " Intent
still on Ferv'mg his race, the renowned and
sapient physician is prepared to execute
all kinds of jobs in the "Republican" office.
Terms reisonable. For the moderate sum
of S2.00 per annum, he will further send
the above mentioned weakly paper, contain
ing a large number of his own advertise
ments, besides original nws, and ftsh edi
torials from the New Ynlc Tribune. Said
j paper is also warranted not to contain more
j than siv distinct libels in each issue, for
which he would be indictable before a
So great, in fact, is the fame of the "cat-
ntcp" Doctor, that after repeated solicita
tions, lie has given his advice and prognosis
on the present unhealthy state of the coun
try, caused by the injection of Abolition
ism i"to its bowels, -and lias advised the
surgical operation of cutting it in twain
True enough, this will extinguish Itfe, but
then consider the immense benefit that will
accrue from eradicating the disease I Do
you not see the point? True, al-o, this
will involve considerable expenditure of
money, but then Pennsylvania only owes
some thiry-eight millions of dollars, and
can easily afford to enter in'o a war What
if her Furnaces are stopping, Lincoln is
I elected ! That new Furnace which was to
be built over the Rail Road as soon as that
event occurred, may have to be put of7 a
iiltl-e, ami the present ones in Bloomsburg
stopped; but then "there is no-use in com
promising, or yielding an inch," since
hungry mechanics can easily be made food
for powder. If the people do not pay their
school taxes, they have no objection to
being taxed to assist in liberating slaves and
letting them become town paupers. Of
The Doctor, however, must real!y be ex
cused for refusing to assist in the aforemen
tioned surgical operation, since he has some
predilection for the Society of Friends, who
are enemies to war and bloodshed. To be
sure he is not at present a member in full
communion, but then he never changes
principle; and thinks, moreover, that, it is
very naughty and wicked for any body to
wish to spill his precious blood ; but then
there is no harm in endor-ing an Atchison
or Lm.e in Ka'i-ns. or an inoffensive man
like Old John Brown, who only wanted to
cut the throats of a few women and child
ren in Virginia. So then go on. brave Re
pubbcans, and win the day: and hi prterj
are with yon, though please dond call on
him as his prtfirt-V are opposed to war.
S ime malevolent man has suggested, that
the renowned Doctor once practiced in a
neighboring village called Millville; and
the reason why he left was, that some ma
licious ducks near by kept calling out cou-
tinually qtimk q'tock; but this, of course,
As a specimen of his j tdsment ard pen
etration, we may cite from his lat paper
the following fid, :iThat the Loco-focos have
had the General Government in their hands
steadily for more than Thirty Yeirs 1'' Ot
course then, Harrison, Tyler, Taylor, and
Fillmore were Democrat; or else the Doc
tor i mistaken. It must also he a mistake
about the Whigs passing the Tariff of 18-12.
It must be a mistake about the Republicans
e'eciing Abolitionist Dinks speaker of the
Hou-e in 1857, and Pennington in 1859.
A little further in the snme article, he fays,
'The slave holders have controlled the
Democratic party for the past thirty years."
If such is actually the case, we must charge
upon the Democrats and slave holders the
monstrous crime of having admitted into
the Unior. since that time, the Free States
of Michigan. Iowa, Wisconsin, California,
Oregon, anil Minnesota; while the only
slave Slates they have admitted, are Ar
kansas, Florida, and Texas !
For further information app'y to the Doc
tor himself, or, read his paper.
Hii patient Verdad.
Bloomsburi, Jan. J4, 1861.
List of Trials, lor Feb. itria, I SO I,
I J icob Schu)ler, vs. Wil.'iarn Auer.
2. Jacob Sanders, v. William M-iz.
3. l ownsend W. fwuler, vs. Daniel Ney
haid. 4. John McMulligon, ef. al. vs. Simuel
5. Nathaniel E. R Her, et. af. vs. Abram
6 Larina Cole, vs. Aaron Ln;z & Wi fe.
7. And. Creteling vs Andrew Melir-k et al.
8. Clinton D. Herring, et. al. vs. Daniel F.
9. Da id Yost, vs. George Hydler-
10. Isaac Tyler, vs. Jacob Berlin ei. al.
11. Francis Jurden, et. al. vs. Elisha B.
Pursel, et. al.
12. Francis Jorden et. al. vs. Elisha B. Pur
el, et. al.
13 R. J. Lyon, vs. Montgomery Cox, et.al.
14. Isaac Tyler, vs. Andrew Creve'mg.
15, Stephen Pohe, vs. Lindlv W. Wooley.
16- Jacob R. S ine, vs R beri J. Lyons.
17. John Lndwig, vs. Francis R. Weaver.
18. Samuel Fetlerman, vs. Wright Hughes
19. John Young, vs Benjamin Wintersteen
2p. J. Wesley Bowman, vs. Michael Fraulz,
el. al. s
21. Michse! Graham, et. al. vs. J. V. Cros
w ell, et. al.
22. J. P McCollom, et. al. vs. Eratlus Hen
dershot et. al.
23 1 evt Kolz, vs. William Linden
24. George W. Statten, vs Joseph F. Long.
25. The Maryland Anthracite Coal Compa
ny, vs. John Ludwig.
28. Philip Wintersteen, vs. Valenline Win-
27. J ohn Paler, vs. Daniel Edgar et. al.
2$. Lewis Lowenberg, et. al. vs. John Dyer.
C ourt Proclamation.
INHERE AS the Hon. Warren J. Wood
ward', President Judge of the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, 'Cmirt of Quarter Sessions ol the Peace,
and Court of Common Pleas anil Orphans'
Court, in the 26th Judicial District, compos
ed of Ihe counties of Columbia, Sullivan and
Wyoming, and the Hon. Jacob Evans and
Peter Kline, Associate Judges of Columbia
County, have issued their ,reeept, bearing
date one thousand eighteen hundred and
sixiy, and to rr directed for holding a
Couti ol Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions ol the Peaee,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms,
burg, in the county of Columbia on the first
Monday (bein- the ih day) of Feb'y. next,
and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables ot the
said 'County of Columbia, thai they be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon ol said day, with their
records, inquisition and other remembran
ces to do those tnhigs which to their offices
appertain to be done. And those that are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute against
the prisoners that are ot may be in the. Jail
of said county ol Colombia, to b then and
there to prosecute then as shall be just. Jn
rors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, agreeably to their notice, dated
at Bloomburg, the 3d day of January, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
ami sixty-one. and in the eighty-filth year
of the Independence of the United Slates of
America. (God save the Common wealth.)
JOHN SNYDER, Sheritl,
Rloomsbnr? January, 3d, R6l
For February Term, 1801.
Bloom Ephraim Armst rnng.
Bt-.aver Geo rue Longenberger.
Briar Creek Henry Lamon, George Evans,
Andrew Fo t ler.
Ror. Rerwk-k John Rnch, Abija Phillips.
Cai'a isa Samuel Ko-ten builder.
Cony us ham Daniel T McKiernai.
Centre J hn lluticn, Elisha W. Al. Low.
Hemlock J hn Grnber.
Jackson Joha Ramz.
Locum William Miller.
Montour Thomas Weaver.
Madison John B Mills, Lewis Schuyler,
Mt Pleasant Thomas J. Wellver.
iMitUin Henry Hettler, Wm. Fry.
Orange Michael Hagenbucli.
Pine John Wiunire.
Sugarloaf Richard Kile.
Rloom Adrian Vanhoiron, John Smith.
Benton Richard S'ile
Briar Creek Peter M. Trnh, John Yost,
lior. Berwick Georsje McBride, James
Beaver David Fry
Ceifre Mordecai Hicks, J ieph Ruklfl,
Thomas Conner. John Haymau J.eph
Fishing Creek Samuel
Ah, Wrm. Mears,
Green w nod James Manning.
Hemlock Peter Brugler, Thomas J. Yan-
der.slice. George Wenner
,ncn! Jotm Ve.tgerJr., Djnie! Miller
Mifilin John Keller, Thomas Ateu, Benj
Mt. Pleasant Eri lkler, George O.nan.
Pn.e Jotm Cotner,
Roar in scree k Abraham Witner.
Sngarlnaf Jacob H-rring'on. Sam uel Hess
Scon Henry Meliek, Da nal Melick.
Caitawissa Berijitniii Beaver, John Beaver.
Madison J'thn V. Kmney.
IS oot and Nhoi'inah'itig.
THE iMidersigi-rtd beui. ihankful for past
s1& favor, and gratelnl forluture pros-
Vvf pects, deires to mlorrn
F-1 the ci'.izens f iliis place F?Z?ft
V?-i. and vn-iuitv, and his
Irienda and pa;rons i;i particular, that fie
still carries on the above business in all its
various r-ranche, at his oil stand, on !ain
sireei, nearly op,o.iie tfie Ejiisopal Church
Blooms'.urg. He etnn'.oys the very le-t
w nkm-n, ai:d ises noining but good stock.
No pai'is are iared to make r.eat fits and
durable work; ad of which can be obtained
ery low for ready pay.
JALOB F DIETTERICII.
P.'oimsbjrg Feb I, 186u-ly.
SVA.Yj l SO 5TF CSIEAP."-
4 T L. T. SHARPLESS' Cheap Cash
Men's tiu -ns.
Dr-Laius & Calicoes,
Hats and Cjps,
Ladies' Hoop Skirts,
Coal-, Pants, and Yes.s.
Having engaged the Store. House former
ly occupied by Jno. Barton dee'd, I am
now prepared to take ajl kinds of Grain in
exchange lor G ods.
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 12, 1F6'.). if.
Z K'RCOPES Single lens No Single
lens can be maile more powerful than
these Amusing and instructive. Sent free
by mail lor 25 cents each. Four each a
different power, for one gold dollar, New
England money, or stamps.
Address E. E. KINC,
Lock B.ix 228 Boston, Miss.
Jan. 2, 1861 lw.
7T0T1CF is hereby given that the fol
11 lowing personal property belonging to
Wliarn Long, has been placed in i he hands
of Lawrence Marr, of Sco't township, Co -luinbia
county for keeping. One Mare, one
Spring Wagon, one set of doubU Harness.
Scott township, January 2 1, 1U6I.
I Jour and Fct'.l Ilflivcrctl !
CHBAPCIl THAN THE CHEAPEST !
'I HIE undersigned ha made arringe
- ments that will enable htm to deliver
Flour and Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per
cent, cheaper than any bod else in town.
His prices ar as follows:
Flour S7 25; Corn and Oats Chop Si 55;
Corn and Rye Chop Si 65; Bran SI 10 ;
I re-pecitully solici ashreof the public
patronage. MOSES COFFMAN.
Bloorn-bnrg, June 14, 1860.
r0TICE ishereby given that two or three
spacious rooms wid be let oi reasonable
terms. Inquire of
CHARLES II. NOLL.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 2A, 1861
C La 22i a
NORTH WEST CORNER
Eg:liili nnfl ISncc Mrccts
Always on hand, a full assortment of
Hats and Capa for Men Boys and Children,
allow prices f Feb. 22. 100.
TIXNE11 STOVE DEALER,
Shop on South side of Main street, below
AGENTS W ANTED.
That every Farmer, mechanic
and Business Alan Wants.
THE TOWNSHIP If LOCAL LAWS OF
THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA,
COMPILED F"M THE ACTS OF ASSEMBLY BY
W1LL14M T. II 41 M S, KMfc.,
AND PUBLISH:!) BY
LOW Alt I IV. J
WfcST CHESTER, PA.
rfTTl C Work contain over 40 paires
- of closely printed matter, and
will lie sold by subscription
It teaches the duties of Justices of the
Peace, wiih forms lor ihe transaction of
It teaches ihe duties of Constables with
all ih necessary forms, appertaining to the
It contains Ihe duties of Supervisors for
every County and Township in the State.
li contains t tie mode of procedure for the
laying out and o ening of public and pri
vate roads, of vacating and altering roads,
the building of bridges, &c. &n.
It contains the Common School Law,
with explanations, decisions and directions,
together with forms for Deeda, Bonds, Con
tracts, Certificates, &c. &c. This depart
ment of ih work wa compiled at flatris
buiii by Mr. Samuel P. Bales, Deputy
Superintendent, and is alone worth the
price ol the volume to any one interested
in Common Schools
P. contains the duties of Township Audi
tors. It conioins't he laws relative to Dogs and
Ii contains the duties of Assessors.
It contain the laws in relation to Strays,
M-ilcs and Swine.
It contains the laws relative to Fences
and Fence Viewers.
li contains Ihe laws relative "to Gama
Ho tiling, Trout and Deer.
It contain the E'ection Laws with all the
It contains the Naturalization Law-, with
all the necessary Forms tor Application.
L contains a large number of Legal
Forms, which are used in the every day
transaction of business, Mich as Acknow
ledgments. AfTi lavit. Articles of Agree
ments and Contracts, Partnerships, Appren
tices, Assignments, Attestations, Bills of j
Exchange and Promissory Notes, Bills of j
Sale, Bonds, Checks, Covenants, Deeds, j
Deposition. Due Bills and Produce Notes. I
Landlord . and Tenant, Leases. Letters of '
Aflnriiui- 1 a f T '1 r. , . htnrlnan.o O a .... 2 '
nnd Releases. The work is bound in Law
sheep, ami will be sold to subsc ribers at
SI 25 per copy, pnvable on delivery of the
work. the 'A ml haa n:itet,( ih riiiscinn
, 0f many Gf ,hw jipsl Lawyers in the Slate
U,as rreived the unqualified approbation,
j as a renaote fana rook relerence upon all
Mibjec's upon winch it treats. The whole
is arranged in such a manner as to present
a plain, concise and explicit statement of
the duties of all Township Officers, as may
be readilv ufide-sio'.'d by any one.
The county will be thoroughly canva-ed
for the wor, and the support of ihe citizens 1
is respeciludy snlicned.
Dr P. John General Agent for Columbia
P S. Good canvasers are wan'ed in all
par's of this county for the above work, to
w hon a liberal competi-ation will be given.
Applications, which mul be made at an
earlv da e, addressed 10 the General Agent
ai Bliomsburg Pa., will receive prompt at
tention. Bloombnrg, Tec. 5, i860-
OUT or KJUMjCflMIEXT.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
ERIE 8EH'I G 31 A C II I X E .
V E w'iH give a Commission, or wages
at Irom 25 to 60 per month, and
expenses paid. This is a new Machine,
and so simple in its construct ion itiat a
rhd l of 10 years'ran fearn fo operate it by
half an hour's instruction. It is equal to
any Family Sewing Machine in ue, and
trie price is but Fifteen Dollar.
CP Persons wishing an a 'n,r will al
dress J N. BOY LAN,
Secreia'y Erie Sewing Machine Cimoany,
i.ov2Iw6 MILAN OHIO.
Tinware &, Slove Establishnini.
yTIE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in
forms liis old friends and customers,
that he has purchased hi brother's interest
in the above establishment, and the con
cern will hereafter te conducted by himself
exclusively. He has jnt recoived and or'
'ffoi 'or ,'a', ",e 'i,r2esl most e-
tensive assorimeniol FANCY STOTYS
3- ever introduced into tfiis market.
Stovepipe and Tinware containly on
hand and manufactured to order. All kinds
of lepairing done, s usual, nn short notice.
The patronage of old friends and new cus
tomers is respectfully solicited.
A. M.. RUPERT
Bloomsburg, Jan. 12.1853. tf.
.. .". f 0 J" J. -S".
i.' w v. V w v ..
OF ALL KINDS,
AT J. .T. II II C AVER'S
Clienper than Ever.
May IP, 1660.
r. jt. . J". J".
.s "is - v. 'i-
E. II. LITTLE,
Offiee in Court Alley; formerly occupied by
Charles R. Buckalew.
December 28, 1859. if.
rOUMJEft AND M.1CULSEST.
Buildings on the alley between the 'Ex
.hange'' and "American House."
EYERAL desirable Building Lots in
' Bloomsburg, for sale. Inquire of
lime 20. l60-tf. U'. WIRT.
North Secoud Street, above Arch,
U. II. EDWAi:DS,-Proprietor.
February 22. i860. ly.
ALL persons indebted to ihe undersigned
for Professional sei vices wp to April
ll, IftfiO. are respecilnllv, regggAlfiii t-i v -.UL
THE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK.
M O I E IS IV VOO K E U Y
In all its Rraiiclics,
CAR SFCLLY RKVISED BY MK8. 8. i 11AI.E.
T TELLS YOU HOW 10 choose aUfcinds
of Meats, Poultry, and tiaine, with all
the various and moM a proved moiles of
dressing and oonknig Beet and Pork ; also
tie best and simplest way of sailing, pick
ling and curing the same.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approved modes ot dressing, conking,
and boning Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Poultry,
and Game of all kinds, wiih the different
Dressings, (iravies, and Stuffings ippro
priate "t i each .
IT TELLS VOU HOW to choose, ciean,
and preserve Fi.-h of all kinds, and how to
sweeten ii when tainted; alo all the va
rious and most approved modes ol cooking
wiih the different Dressings, Sauces, and
Flavorings appmpriaie to each.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approved modes of prenanug over
filty different kinds of Meal, Fish. Fowl,
Game, md Vegetable S nips, Broths, and
Stews with the Relishes and Seasonings
appropriate to each.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approved modes ot conking Vegeta
bles nf every description, also how 10 pre
pare Pickles, Cat-ups and Curries of all
kiods, Potted Meals, Fish, Game, Mush
IT TELLS Y'OU ALL the various and
most approved moles of pieparing and
cooking all kinds ot Plain and Fancy Pis.
trv. Puddings, Omelefes, Fritters, Cakes,
Confectionery, Preserves, Jellies, and Sweet
Dishes of everv description.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
mot approved modes of making- Bread,
Rusk, Muffins, and Biscuit, the best
method ol preparing Coffee, Chocolate, and
Tea, and how 10 make Syrups, t?ordial,
and Winesjol various kinds.
IT TELLS YOU HOW to set out and or
nament a Tatle. how to Carve all kinds of
Ficti, Flesh or Fowl, and in slmr, how to so
simpnty the wnoie Art ot Cooking as to
bring the choicest luxuries of if e lable
wiihiu everi bndy reach.
The book contains 418 pages, and up
wards nf iivelve hundred Receipts, all of
which are tr e re-ubs of actual experience,
having bren fmly and carefully tested un
der the personal superintendence of itie
writers It is printed in a clear and open
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nov 1 4in6
threat Work on the 22oic.
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Prcfrtsor of P.i:h'lngy and Oner 'ttvc Surgery
in the Vitcfinaty College of Vlulxdc'paid.
ILL TELL YOU of the Origin, History j
- am- cisiinciive itai'.s, o ihe various
breeds f Europe Asiatic. African an I
America'. Horses, with the rh)ical f)rma.
tion ai d peculiarities of the animal, aid
how 10 a-certain his age by the number
and condition of his teeth; JhwraieJ with
numerous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HlS Dl EASES
Will tell jou o Breeding. Breaking, Sta
bling, Feeding. Grooming, Shoeing, and the
ceneral management of Ihe ho'se. with Ihe
hesi modes ol administering medicine, als'v
tinw to treat Biting, K eking, l!eing,:p
Sh)ing, Stumbling, Crib Ruing. Re!le.
iies, and other vices io which he is subject;
with nu'rerotis explanatory engraving
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES.
Will tell you of the causes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Strangles. Sire Throat. Dis
temper, Catarrh, Influenza, Bronchi'is.
Pneumonia, Pieurisy, Broken Wind, Chro
me Cons h , Roaring and Whistling. Lini,' a.
Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and Deraed
Teeth, with o'her diea-es of the Muuih
and Respiratory Organs.
THE HOUSE AND HIS DISnSF.S
Will :el! you of the ratis-s, symptoms, and
Treatment ol Worms, I5 ts Colic, Strangn
'.ttion, Siony Concreiions, Rujnures, Palsy,
Diarrhoea, Jaundice, Hepatirihoea. Bloody
Urine, Stones in ihe Kidneys and Bladder,
Iiifl-immalinn, and oilier diseases of ihe
S omach, Bow Is, Liver and Urinary Or
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of ;he causes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Bone, Blood and Bog. S.iivin.
II ngPone, Sweenis, Strains, Broken Knee.
Wind Gails, Founder, Scde Brii ami
(iravel, Cracked Hoof-, Scratches. Ca ker,
Thrush, and Corns ; alo, ol Megrim.
Verngo, Epilepsy, S'agger. and other
itiseases of ihe Feel, Legs? and Head.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of ihe caose, symptom, ;,rd
Treitmentof Fistula, Poll Evil, G'anlers,
Farcy, Scarlet Fever, Mange, Surfeit.
Locked Jw, Rheumatism, Cranio, Gall.
Diseases of the Eye and Heart, &e., &i.
ard how to manage Castration, Breeding,
Trepfiinning, Roweling, Firing, Hernia,
Amputation, Tapping, and other surgical
THE HORSE AND MIS DISEASES
Will tell jou of Rarey's Method nf taming
Horses; how to Approach. Halter, or Stable
a Col ; how lo accustom a horse to strange,
sounds and sight, end how to Bu, Saodie,
Ride, and Break linn io Harness; also the
lorni and law cl Wa'ran'y. The whole be
ing the result of more lhan fifteen jears'
careful study of lh habit, peculiarities,
wants aud weaknesses of this noble and
The book contains 384 pages, appmpri
ately illustrated by One Hundred Engra
vings. It is printed in a clear ai.d open
type, and will be furnished to any address,
postage paid, on receipt of price, half
bou:-d, $1.00. or, in cloth, extra. SI. 25.
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FllESH ARRIVAL OF
TAJ. I a XTili WINTER
AT .12!M.r.i: S NTOUfi!
'J1 11 E si.b-criber has j'ist reuirned from Ihe
C;iy wnh another lre a-d veiecl
snrunentof FALL AND WINTER G mds.
purchased al Philadelphia, at the liwes'
figu'e, at:d which he is determined to sell
on as modera e terms as can be procured
el-ew here in bMoonisburg. His stock com
prises of the choicest styles and la:e-t ishiuns.
CS-r C CTr LL ii 23 3
Hardware, Queens ware. Cedar are, Ho;
low. ware, Iron, Nails, Boo s Shoes, Hat
and Caps. &.c , In short, everything
usually kept m conntrv Smres; to which he
invites Ihe public yenpraily. The highest
price paid for country prod ie.
S H. MILLER.
nioomb"irg, O-t 24, ls60
ltiw Fall Goods!
LAKGE MOIK AM) LOU IMiltES.
e have again been lo the c'ry. and re-
ir.rned w i h a large s ock of (Jo'kIs for
the season, which we are prepared lo sell
at a low figure for ready pay. Our stock
Hardware. (i'ieenw are, Ledarware, Willow-ware.
H n ! I o w - ,v a r e .
B O OT S AND SHOES,
(iroi-eries, Nails, Iron, Fish, Sa't, Plaster.
Fluid, Camphene Oil, White Lead by ihe
Keg, cheap, &., &e.
H C. k I. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 17, ISfid.
THE HUME OP WALES IS
NOW CREATING QUITE A
1 hroiighoiit this Country.
St UT there i great excitement dow n town
caused bv the airival of a new ;tnd se
lect siock of Goods ju-i received at L. T
SHARPLESS1 Chep Ca-h Store. Having
j isi relumed from P.iila lelphia w i-h a -to k
lieretofore utrrivaJr-d, f e fl tt'ers himseli
that tie can satisfy all ol 'he beauty and a I
vantages of the Cash System by the exceed
ingly low prices with which lie is able to
consisu tit cress poods ol ever variety
Silks, Plaids, Fig'd Thibe's, Cashmere.
Plain and fancy D-Lames &c. Scvt Laibe
Bmctie and R-verahle S'mwh, (ieni
Stiawls, Coaf, Cioak and Mantle Cloihs,
Fancy Cas-imeres. Vesiings, Satms, La wits,
Flam'els, Gt ngha ms Ca I coes &e.,&c, Boo s
ai.tl Shoes A large assortment ol G;im
shoe -Ahicb will be disposed of at ihe low
est prices. Hats and Caps, Tabid and flooi
Notions of every Kind,
Q ieene-ware, Groceries, Flour and feed,
An examination of the stock is solicited
DEALT II AND ITS PLEASURES,
OR - . . .
Disease With Its r Agonies C
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEtf.
What is more fearful than a breaking
(low n ot the nervous g stem J .To b exci
table or nervous in a small degree is most
distressing, for where can a remedy be
found? There is one c drink hot. little
wine. beer, or spirits, or far belter, t one ;"
take no coffee, weak lea being preferable;
gel the fresh air you can ; take three or
four Pills every nigh'; eat plenty ol solids,
avoiding the Use of slops ; and if these gold
en .rules are followed, you will be bappy,
in mind and strong in body, and forget yoo
have any nerves.
.. MOTHERS AND:BaUGHTERS.
If there is one thing more than another
for which, these Pills are so famous it is
iheir purifying properties, especially their ,
power uf cleansing the blood from all im
purities, and removing dangerous arid sus
pended secretions. Universally adopted ai
ihe one giand remedy for female complaint
tnev never fail, never weaken the system,
and always bring about what is required.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
. . APPETITE.
These feeling wtm-h so sadden us, most
frequently arise front annoyances or troub
le, from obstructed perspiration,, or from
eaiins and drinking what is ur.fit f ir os,
thus disordering the liver and stomach.
These organs must be regulated if you wisti
to be well. The Pills, if taken according
to the printed instruction, will quickly re
store a healthy ac.ion to both liver and
stomach, whence folio as a natural con
sequence a uocd appetite and a clear head.
In ttie East and West Indits scaicely any
other medicine is ever used for ihese dis '
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.'.
In all diseases affecting these organs,
whe;her they secrete too much or loo little
water; or whether they be afflicted with
stone or gravel, or with aches and pains
settled in the loins over the regions of the
kidueya. these Pills should bo taken accor
ding to ihe printed instructions directions,
and iheOi .tmenl should be well rubbed
into the small of the back at bed time. This
treatment will give almost im mediate relief
when all other means have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTEfL
No medicine will so effectually improve
the lor.e ol ihe s. omach as ihese Pills; they
remove ail acidity, occasioned either by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach ihe liver and reduce it to a hPahby
action; they are onderfuliy efficacious ir
cases ol spasm in fact they never fail in
cuimg all disorders ot the li tr and bicmch
lhllnvcay 's TUls are the lest remedy known in
the world jor the following diseases.
Blo!che on the
Bo-we I Complaints,
Constipation of iha
Fevers of all
Ilea I ache,
Sioi.e and Grave!,
Worms of all kinds
wha ever cause,
CAl'TIOV !! No.ie are genuine nnless
the words ''Holinwav, New York end Lon
don' are dicernable as a Water-moth in
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot or box : the same may be piainly
seen bv AuAtig the ler f to the light. A hand
some reward will be given to any one
rendering such information a may lead to
t';e detection ol any party or pa'tie coun-terb-iung
the medicines or vendiig the
same, knowing them to be spurious.
Sold a" the Manufaeiorr of Profesor
HoiioA-ay, ?0 Maiden Lane. New York, aud
bv all respec abie Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, inroiighnnt the civilized world,
in boves at 25 cents, 62 cents and SI each.
n? There is considerable saving by ta
king the larger sizes.
N B Directions for the guidance of pa
lienis in every disrdtr are affixed to eaoh
0, 'ober. 17. lSfiO.
It LOOMS fiURtt
i vm:i;i: miop.
'IHE undersigned respectfully informs the
ci izens of Bloomsburg, ami the public
generally, that he lias taken ihe Barber
S'mp, h-rated on Main Street, in the while
Frame, B'tihling, nearly opposite ihe Ex
change Block ,w here he i at all limes ready
to w ait upon hi customers to entire satia
taction. SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING,
Will be executed with care and neatness
and n the moi fashionable style, and on
ve'V mnorrate term.
ry Shampooing, done up in City Style.
He sohci public patronage and pledge
his be-i endeavors to give every reasonable
CHARLES HENRY NOLL.
Bloomsburg, Oct.- 12, 1859.
IV i; W S T O UK.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAT AND CAP STORE.
''HE undersigned respectfully mtornssthfl
ci'izens of Bloom-burs, an l "he public
in genera I that lie has purchased the NEW,
HAT STORE, in the white frame btore
ho is, on Mam S:reet, nearly opposite the-.
Exclinn?e Building", where he has jisl 10
ceived a s,p.lid esortmenl of
City Hats and Caps,
Direct from the Maoufacti rie, of a' kipr1,
Myles.snris an I sizes, latest fa-hir. xnich
he offers wholesale and 'retail at, vry low
prices. Al-o, STRAW GOODS,, including,
ail the modern si.esand fahi oryv
r" Tt.ese Goods will be sold a very low"
price-, for Ready Pay.
oct3l JOHN K. GIRTO.W
FAS IIWX ABLE TAILOR,
Shop on the Sooth Side of Main Street, fir'
quare belor Market.
scarcely hear tell of one but whst he U out