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Wtdaestfay. KorniD&, January &d, 1851.
Oca Method!,! Ineruis are still cbniinuint
.heir revival meeting in this place.
Pr C. H. FkickoI Danville, who died at
Ma residence on Monday morning; last, will
be buried to-day (Wednesday) al that place.
i Tut Mail Train on the Cat'.awissa Road,
going north, was considerably behind its
vJnat time on Tuesday evening last . The
difficulty we hare not learned.
Wantkd, at thi. office, threehundred new
subscribers to the Star of the b'ort'h.' " Send
in your names won as our books are last
railing op. . . ,
- Court will be in session at this place on
next Monday a week, when we eipejct to
see many whom we have been talking to
through the Star for the past year or more.
Wjlbcr G. B rower, eldest son of Dr.
, "Brower, Editor of the Danvillt American, has
, Veen elected one of the Messengers to the
" Pennsylvania Senate. - ...
- A ciLLfor a rrfeeting of the. Teachers'
.'.Association oT Columbia county, in Light
Street on the 9h day of February next, will
be found in another column ol this week's
Stab. x- . ;" " "'
In Jail Several young men ot Scott
township were, one day last week, s placed
in charge of Sheriff Snyder for safe keeping
We ottderstatul one of them has since been
liberated upon bonds to appear before our
next Court of Quarter Sessions.. ,
, We'are under many obligations to onr
friend at the Forks Post Office for the names
,cent oa during the past week. Did, our
friends one and all exert themselves a little
in this respect our subscription list would
soon exceed all others in the'ccu'rrfy. '
No Preaching. We are requested to no
tice that there will be no preaching on next
' Sabbath, in the English Baptist Church, of
this place, as the pator is engaged in a
very interesting Protracted Meeting in an
o hrr part of his field of labor.
The Montour American, published by an
O.d Know Nothing, had something to say
in its last about the Star. It said our blaz
ing Star shined as clear as mud. . We are
only sorry that wo can't say as much for
the American ; although we feel safe in say
Ing that the merrctf ,smells as offensive as
. : Rksigsation M . W. Jackson, Esq., the
Superintendent of the Lackawanna and
Bloomsburg Railroad Company, ha- resign- j
ed his po-ition an Superintendent oT lhat
"road, to take effect the last of the month.
lie is a prompt, courieous, business man,
whoe services hare been so well appreci
ated that he Was induced to withdraw a
-'prior resignation. Savnton'Rcpubficuh.
Col. Hiram R. Klink has onr thanks for
a neatly printed ' List of the Members and
Officers of the House of Representatives of
"Pennsylvania." It contains the full and
uistinct name of . each Member, wi h his
post office address wher. at home, a well
ra his' place of "residence while at Harris
burg. , . ..
' .Thb Selinsarove Timet claims credit of 3s
ior an article which we should have pub
lished in our p'aper some time since. The
lmes is informed that we don't do a credit
binines ; alihocgb if it will name the. arti
cle, we il be'pleaied to make it all right
yet. ' : .
IIorack Grcelt ha onr, jhanks for one of
his Tiihune Almanac rl861 sent us. It is
fall ot interest, having been compiled with
a great deal of care.' ' It . is cowpoed pf
'much- political information, besides, the
'usual amount of matter found in Almanacs
'relating to the object of their publication
"It as'ronimaca! calcnlatians, are carefully
'made, and have the face of being as correct
"as the general ran. Price 13 els. per copy,
or $1 per dozen.
Exhibition Prof. J. H. Anderson, Jr.;
gave an ent'ertain'meat in the Court House,
'o'n .Motiday evening last.. It consisted of
Magic, Music, and Ledger-de main feats,
'all of which he performed well and' lo the
great satisfaction we believe, of all who
'attended the exhibition, ; ? . , - .
AcaDxifT -Narbow Escam:. On Saturday
-hast, Mr. Elias Hicks, of this place, with hi-
team, rpade 'a very ' narrow ' escape from
'drowning in the Susquehanna river, near
'the town of Mifflin ville.' .The circp Distan
ces, as wereiten ns, are' as follows: tin
attempting to. cross the river; opon a ferry,
opposite MifHinville, after driving upon it,
hi team, hitched to a boggy, became ' un
Vnanageable and sprang over board inid the
.Jwater, taking witB tbera buggy &bdi driver;
and it was with ereat exertion, lhat-the v
wera sated. The wa'er was pretty deep,
and slush and ice rnnnia- rather1 'thick,' as
Well as the weather being 'severely cold;
Waking it in all a" very, narrow escape., - ,
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PosTorric Chabgr By reference lo an
other article in this- week's St it will be
sean that the Post Master General has 'ap
froioted Mr. Lxvi Keilsb . Post Aiaster at
t.aUawisea, this county, in place 6i Caster
Rahs, resigned. Mr. KtiisB is an entire
etartger to us, but from what we cart learn,
he ii man of obd business capacity, and
tears a character for honesty unira peached.
The worst ihing we know ol him, and that
certainly -should not ??ont!emrr the man, i,
tEat be is,' and always has beefj.'a consist
eut, though conservative, opponent oT the
Democratic party; nowiihstandingr we are
inJcrrr.ed hU appnintrneht will give gefieral
satislacHon to all interred, and that lie will
, Sheriff's Sales.
fy virtue of wirt of Venditioni Exponas to
v oet Uc W UUl Wt LI I C V I'll I I VI ,
CcmmTii Pleas of the county of Columbia.
Pennsylvania,will be exposed lo public sale
at ihe Court House, in Bloomsburg, on
MONDaWhES4TH DAY 6 F 'FEB. 186 1,
at one o'clock in the afternoon', the follow
ing propeity to wit : -' n(
AH that certain iracj of Laml.r situate in
Sugarloaf township Columbia conntyjbound
ed as follows- Beginning', at 'a ' post on
line of Jaiul of Joriathan ""C Penningion, and
corner of land. of Uebfge Moor,( . thence on
a road Nonh eiuhteen . n'nil a half dpree
West, ninety five pefcri,e an ! six tenths to
a posi, thf nee by land of Chrisij'aii I. More
South twelve and a half decrees east.ninei)
Three perche and j.e'iaht tet il.s to a po.-l
lhence by lands of FJzekiel Shti'Z atid J. C.
Peniiipgtnn, North" ""eihjy .four .and three
quarter dawrees, enst, 'hfty-iMe knd iwo
tenths perches to the, pUi-n of beinniho
containing THIRTY-0.K ACRES and sv -enty
elsiht perches, strict measbrrt, nearly
ali f which i'irpprovel land,, whereon is
erected a one and a half iory Plank Dwel
linn Hou-e. a Frme ,Bank . Barn a Frame
Wagon Shed, a Still House and oilier out
buddings with the appurenaiice.
Seized, taken in execution an I to be sold
a the property of John F. Laubach.y . .".'.
. ALSO : Al the same I i me, ajid "place, all
ihai certain lot of grounil, situate in B'o ins.
bur", Bloom lownshipr ColnmbiH county,
boumled and described as ioIhiw-4, to -wit
On Die North, by lands of Samuel Gros, on
the East by' an Alley, on'the South by lot of
Jacob Evans, and on ihe West lorinerly by
land of Wm Sloan, coutaiuing ce IIALF
OF AN ACRE, mofe or Ies, whereon is
erected a one and a half nory frame Brew
ery, a Well of Water, and other out butlJ
inas with the apvurtnances. ' '. ' ' ,
Seized, taken in execntio'i and to be sold
as ihe property of Jacob .Ljiih.
ALSO : At Hie same ;ime and 'place, all
that certain iracl, piecrf or parcel of land
et:uate in Suaarloaf township, ' Qnlunitjia
county, containing about SIXTY" ACRES,
about Forty Acres pt which is clearer! Lnd,
bounded on lh North by Ian J of Andrew
Hes, on the South by lands of Harrison
ami Andrew Hess, on West ' by . lands ' of
Benjamin Petetman, whereon is erected a
one and half story ttwelliuz house, a frame
Mable, with the appurtenatH'es. . .
Seized, taken in eeotiiin and to be sold
as thrt property of Jacob S. Hes
ALSO: At the same lime and p!ac, all
thai certain In-lot or piece ot ground, situate
in Espyiown, Scop townst'ip, Columbia
county, containing ONTE FOURI H OF AN
ACRE, more or le;-s, bounded on the Sout'i
by Main Strei o said town, on the North
by an Alley, on the Wet by ait Allev, and
on ibe East by lot . of Thomas W. Ednar,
whefeon is eree'ed a Jwn tory Frame dw
ling House, a Iranie kitchen, and a Ira me.
Barr. with theppurtena iees. .
Seized, taken in execution and lobe sold
as the properly of Thomas C. Fowlr.
ALSO : At Ihe same, lime and place, by
virtue ol a u nt cf Alws 'Vend Ex , all thai
i-enain In-f.ot or piece ol Land situate in
Espylowr., Scott lowrt.s'iip Columbia ennntv
cnmainih ONE 'FQUUlH OE AN ACRE,
more or less, bounded qn the North by an
Alley, on ihe South by Main Sjieei q', ia'id
town, 'on the Eat by a lot of Allrpd Ilei'k
man, and (in (tie Wei by a lot nf Willimn
Tronsue, whereon is ersfled a two Sio.ry
Frame dwelling Hou-e with 'ihe "appurie
Seized, taker, in execntion and to be sold
a ttie proper' ol John Turner.-
ALSO: At the mme lime and place Ky
virtue of a writ. of Venditioni exponas and a
writ ol Fi'ria Facias, at', that Cfriaui lot fd
ground, situate in ihe Borough ol Berwick,
county ot Columbia. .bounded and ili?MTibeJ
s follow, to. wit: O.i tr.e Sowih West by
lot of Widow lluton, on jhe Nor h Wet
and Nortn Ea-l by lot rf David Baucher,
and on ihx South East by caal Street, con
taining ForlyNma ard a. half eel in front,
and Extending back Seventy . Five and a
half teetj bf iiiJ pari of lot ). -IS in the nl.it
if said B)r6ort, whereon - is - feied a
THREE STORY FRAME DWELLING
HOUSE now occupied 'a a Tavern house
or Hotel. with the appurtenance.
. Seized, taken in execution anil to be sold
as the properly of Hitam Smet her.
; ... JOHN SNYDER, Shenff.
Bloomsburg, January, 2, 1861.
List of Trials, Tor 'Feb. Terrrf, 1831,
1 Jacob Scnu)ler, V it.'au Asjer. -'
Jacob'Saudern, vs. William M-'Z. '
lowhend W. 'kaDlwr, v. "Daniel Ney
bard. : ' ; ' " ' ; ..
John MoMotligon, el. al. vs. Samuel
Rhone. - -; . ? . . , :
Nathaniel 'E. Rutter, et. al. vs. Abram
N. Harvey. . - . -; ;
Lavma Cole vs. Aaron Ln:? St VVife. ,
And. Creveling vs An irew Mehj k et nl
Clinton D. Herring, el. 1. vs. Daniel F.
Seybert. . . . . .t . ..
David Yost, vt. George. Hydler.
Isaac Tyler, vs. Jacob Berlin a.
Francis J'rJeu, el. al. vs. Elisui B
Pursel, ei. al. - ,
Francid Jorden et. al. vs. Elisha B. Pur
'el, et. al. . . . "
R. J. Lyon,' vs. M'int2omry Cox, et.al.
Isaac Trier. vs. Andrew Crevefina." '
5j Stephen Poher vs. Lindiv V. iVooley.
16. Jacob R. S ine, vi ' Robert J. Lyons.
17. John Ltidwig, vs. Frauci R. Weaver., .
18. Saniuet Fettermaiiy v.' Wright Huahes.
19. 'John Ywungvs Brfirjmi'i Wintersteen
20. J. Wesley Bowman, vs. Michael Fraulz.
' ' et.al.' " '' '
21. Michael Graham, et. al. vs. J. V. Cros-
well, et. al. - '
J. P McCollum, et. al. vs. Erasius Ilen
derfhot et. al. '.
I evi Kutz, vs.' William Linden
George W. Smt'en, vs Jdsepti F. Long.
The Maryland Anthracite Coal Compa
ny , vs. John Lud wig. '
Philip Wiutersteeii, vs. Valentine Win
tersteen. . ' , ' "
John Pealeri vs.'Daniel Edgar et. al. .
Lewis Lowenberg, et. al. vs. John Dyer.
29. Wolf...Westlec & Cof.;vs Dauil. Sey
berl. ... . .
P AYS the enure cosror Tuition c in the
mosl fcopolaf'and s6ccessful Commer
cial School jn the country.' 'Upward of
TwtLvk Hundred yoiit-g men from twkut?
bight different States," have been educated
for- business her'ei within the ipast three
years, some of whom have been employed
as book.Kenpers at salariei of '
$53O0Ot00 per Aiinuni' ; ,
immediately upon giaduaiing, who , knew
nothing bf accounts wben ihey entered
the college. J ' , - .. ;
: CF' Ministers' sons hall price. StudenU
enter..at any time, and review-.when tbey
please, without extra charge :. ;
For Catalogues M Jf. paes, Specimens
of Prof.' Cowley's Buiues and Oniarnental
Penmanship, and a large Engravinw b ihe
College, inciotj iwenty-five ceuts to Post
age Sumps to lte Principal. - , '
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, Court Proclaniiifion. ,
WHEREAS the Hon Warrefl l! Wood-'
ward, President Judae ol Jhe Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jailj Deliv
ery, Court of Qnarinr Sessions of the Peace,
and Coun of Cdrnmon "Pleas and Orphans'
Court, in the 26th Judicial 'District, compos
ed of Ihe coontiesol Columbia, Sullivan and
Wyoming, and the Hon. Jacob Evans and
Peter Kline, Associate 'Judges ot Columbia
County, have issued their precept, bearing
date one thousand e.ishleep hundred and
sixty, ; and lo ae direu.ted for holdinn a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Session ol the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms,
burjj, in the couoty of Columbia, on the first
Monday (beini ihe rih day) of Feb'y. next,
and to continue one, week.', ,
Notice is hereby given, p the Coroner, ihe
Juj-tires of, the Peace nt.d Cpu?tables ot the
said County of Columbja, thai they be then
and theie in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon ol said day. with, their
records, inquisition apd other rmembran
res lo Jo those tnins which lo their offices
appertain : to'; be dorte. And those that are
bound . by . recognizes, lo prosecute against
ihe prisoner, lhat are or may be in the Jail
of said county ot Columbia, lo bHlheii and
there, to. prne.cure then as shall be just. Ju
rors a6 .requested to be 'pqnciua in , their
attendance, ,areeab.ly tp Itiear notice, dated
at B'oomslyirg, the 3d day oj. January , in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight, hundred
and sixiy-oue. and in the 4i,hty-filh year
of the Independence of the United Slates of
America. (God ni the Coinmoiiweilth.)
- JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff,
Bloomsburs January, Id, 1861. -
iFo'V Frliriiary Term, 1 8G 1 .
Bloom 'Eihra'wr1 Armstrong.
Beaver Genre Lonuenberjjer.
Briar Creek Henry Urnott, George Evans,
Andrew Foler. '' . -
Bor. Berwick John Roch, Abija Phillips.
Cat'a -issa Samuel Kotenbaiider. .- ' ;
Cqnynoham Daniel T McKiernan.
Centre John' Hntton, Elisha W. M. Low.
Hemlock John, t Jruber.
Jackson John Raniz,
Locust William Miller.
Montour Ttioma . Weaver. ...
Madison John B.. Mills, Lewis Schujler,
Ml Pleasant Thomas J. Wellver.
Mif:lin Henry Hetiler, Wm. lry.
Oiauue Michael Haeubuch.
Pine John Witinire.
SuHarloal Rictiard Kile.
Bloom Adrian Vanhoii'ion, Jour. Smith.
Benion -Richard Stiles.
Briar Creek Peter M. Tranoh, John Yot.
Bor. Berwick George Mc Bride, James
Beaver David Fry.
Cen're Mordecai Hicks, Joseph Ruekle,
Thomas Conner, John Hayman Joseph
Fihin Creek Samuel Ah, Wrrn. Mears,
Grppnwoor James Manning. '
Hemlock Peter Brugler, Thomas J. Van-
der.-lire. George Vener.
Lornst John Yeagerjr., Daniel Miller. .
Mifflin John Keller Thomas Aten, Benj.
Yo'ie. . - , .
.Mi -Pleasant Eri Ikler, G-orge O.nao.
I'ii. e John Cotner,
Roaringereek A braham Witner.
.Siiiarloaf Jacob Herring'on. Samnl Hess
St-di i Henry Miick Da ual Metick.
Catta wj-sa Benjn in Braver, John Beaver.
Madi-on Jtihri H. Kinney.
, lloot mid iSliocinaKiii-.
. THE undersigi ed beinu thankful for past
tavorx, and praielul lorluture pros
pects, desire to inform
the citizens o.' this place p'
and vicinity, and hifc ssi'
frieruls and patrons in particular, that he
Mill carries on the. above business in all its
various branches, at his old stand, on Main
,!-!feei, nearly opposite the Episcopal Church
Bioomsfturg. He employs the very beM
workmen, ai:d uses nothing but good stock.
No pains are spared to make r.eal fits and
durable work; all of which can be obtained
very low for ready pay. . .
JALOH F. DIETTETirCH.
Bloomsbufg. Feb I, I860 ly.
, orF CHEAP
AT L. T. SHARPLESS' Ctiea,) Cash
: Men's (iiinria. ,
Ladies' Shaw!, '
't Gant's Shawls. ,
. DeLains & Calicoes,
Hats at;d Caps', - -, .'
. Ladies' Hoop Skirts,
- , - Coai-s, Pants, and Vests.
Having engaged the Store Houe former
ly occupied by5 Jnn. Barton ilec'd, I am
now prepared to take all kinds of Grain in
exchange tor Goods.
. , . t. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloom-burg, Dec. 12, I860 if.
CUE VP AM) VEUllPOWERiyiL.
ICRCOPES Single lens-No Single
'lens can be mails more powerful than
these Amnsing and iutructive. 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 Box 228 BostOD, Ma-ss.
Jn. 2, 1861 Iw.
TvM"OTlCE is hereby given that the fol
lowing peisonal property belonging to
Vt lliam , Long, has been placed in the hands
ol Lawrence Marr, of Scott township, Co-.
lumbia county lor keeping. One Mare, one
Spring Wagon, one set of donbl Harness.
. . , . , j , LAWRENCE MARR.
iscninnwnship. Jannarv 2d, 16 1 -
Flour and Feed Delivered !
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST I
rpHK undersigned has made arrange
-l ments that will enable him to deliver
Floor and Feed, FOR CASH, aboul ten per
cent, cheaper lhan any body else in lown.
His prices ara as follows : ' "
Flour87"25'; Corn and Oats Chop SI .55;
Corn and'Rye Chop $1 65;. Bran 81 -10 ;
I respecilully solicit a share of ihe public
patronage. . MOSES COFFMAN.
fomborg. June 14, 1860. ' . J r
- : .. TO LKT. J
JV0TICE is hereby given thai two or three
spacious rooms wid be let on reasonable
terms' Inquire of ' , ";
.; - - - -' , CHARLES H. NOLL.
Bloomsburg, Jan, 1A, 188 1 ,
1 Cri Oa 23 3S &
NORTH WESTCOriNEK -
ighili ahd nafcJ; streets,
' PUILAD lpuia;
Bv" Always on h'.'d, a lull aorf ment of
Hats anJ Caps for "Meii Boys and ChiMren,
ai low prices . t f Feb. 22 lGO.
: .7 A. M. iHCPERTi j
TLVNER $ STOVE DEALER,
Shop oo South aide ot Main street, below
Maiket;- : ;,j , -" .. . -' .. ' '. :.
;Tlie Crisis of the Uiiioiil ! .
shall White men rule America ?
the newspaper for the times i
THE WEEKLY DAY BOOK
THE: D4Y-IM Oli holds lhat this is a
government of White Men, and that iuferi
oi ity of social and political position for the
negto race, mperiority for the white race, is
the natural order ol American Society.
AJI who want to refute the arguments of
ilie anii-slaveryites. and understand ihe ne
gro question, should read it. Democrats,
Constitutional men, mut see lo ii that
sound papers are circulated among the
people, or Black Republican principles will
never be pin down
THE WEEKLY DAY-BOOK FOR 1861
wi.ll he cready improved and several new
features added, making Ihe best family
paper pnblihed. It will have One Third
More Reading Matter, Letters on Educa
tion, Able Agricultural Article"; Sketches
of Living American Anthors, Sketches pn
Cooks and Ccokery, and r Full Reports ol
Cattle and other Markets. ' .
Ii will also commence, on the 1st of Janu
ary, A iNew and Original Story, by Prof.
Peck, ol (ia., entitled
A Tale of the Early Settlement of Georgia..
A Thrilling Story of Pioneer Lite, The
Creek War &c. These feature", together
with Special European Correspondence, .a
full digeM of news, foreign and domestic,
make it a ' ' ' ' . ."' "
BUSINESS FAMILY AND LITERARY
All combined into one, and at a cheaper
rate than any other paper published .
TERMS CASH IN ADVANCE.
One copy (per auuum) - - S2
. Two copies, .. . 3
P'lve copies, , 5
Tweniy-one copies," 20
CF- LIBERAL OFFERS. To every Post
master or any other perKOn who will Hart a
Club at a Post Office, and send us rive dol
lars for five subscribers, we will send a
sixth copy gratis. We make this offer that
the paper may be introduced at every post-
office, feeling confident that most
who lead if. lor. a short lime will
and use their efforts to siill further increace
its circulation. This offer, however, . only
applies lo one ojub of five at each orflce,
and hence, : he first who sends wil be en
titled to the .gratis ropy. Aher a club of
five is formed, or where a club is formed,
xddii'inr.s ran always be make to il at one
dollar each subscriber, be they one or
STILL BETTER To all new snbseri,
her who eu' on iheir yearly subscriptions
belore ihe Isl of January, we will send
their paper . gratis irom the time we re-
reive their subscipiion until to the 1st of i
I January, lhaj is,, make the date of their
j suhscription to commence with tlw new
! year. ... -
Specimen copies sent free.
CT?" Clergymen aiid .Teacfiers will here,
al-er be . Inrnihed the WEEKLY DAY
BOOK for One Doliai per year, the lowest
AH orders shonld be addressed as fol-
i lows, giving Ins pos. -office, cou'lty and
! S'ate in lull : , . .
VAN EVRIE, HORTON&Co.,
. 162 Nassau' S'.reet, New York.
( -To Person
O UT- O V T.JI Visit YilIEIVT.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
ERIE SKIVING MACHINE.
7 E will give a Commission, or wages
at from S25 to S60 per month, and
expenses paid. This is a new Machine,
and so simple in its construction that , a
child of 10 years ran leant to operate il by
half an hour's instruction. It is equal to
any Family Sewing Machine . in ue, and
the price is but Fifteen Dollar.
r"Penons wishing an agenrv will ad
dress .. .. J N- BOYLAN, . .
Secretary Erie'Sewing Machine Company,
i.ov2l6 . MILAN. OHIO.
Tinware & Store Establislirnent.
Y'HE UNDERSIGNED rerpecifuily in
Inrms his old friends and cuflomers,
that he has purchased his brother's interest
in the above establishment,, and the con
cern will hereafter be conducted by himself
exclusively. ' He has just , recoived and of
ters lor sale .the largest and most , ex
tensive assortment of FANCY STOTVS
ever introduced into this market.
Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on
hand and manufactured lo order, i All kinds
ot tepairing done, as u-unl, nn short notice.
Tne patronage of old friends and new cus
tomers is respectfully solicited.
Bloomsburg, Jan.! 12,. 1853., if.
O Q :: Q v? w V w V4
V . s t
OF ALL KINDS,
AT J. 3. BtiOWCK'S
; BilBS -
Cheaper than Fter'.
May 16, I860.
w. .. f .
v.- 'iJ w V4 vi- 4w "iiv w 'w ii. :if 'if v. -.
E. H. LITTLE,
Office in Court Alley; formerly occupied by
Chaile R. Buckalew.
December 28, 1859.-tf.
FOUNDER AND AUCJIIAEST,
Buildings on Ihe alley between ihe ''Ex
.hange'3 and "Ameiican House."
F OR SALE.
SEVERAL desirable Building Lois in
Bloom sbnrg, lor sale, inquire of
June 20, 1860-tf. W. WIRT.
, North Second Street, above Areb;
ii. H. EDWAKDS,-Pr6prietor.
February 22. I860 ly
k LL persons inO,ebtedi tcihe dndersigneil
lor Professional sei vices v p. ,10 April
lft, 1860, are 'respect (nlly requested to call
and settle, either by Note or otherwise. .
. ; , ; . j. c.RUTTEn, m: d.
Bioomsborg.'Aug. 15, 1850-tf.'
THE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK.
ii onr,i:i v o k e.r y
I'ii all its Branches,
IV I S ,S ELIZA
CARKFCLLT REVISED BT
.A C TO N ,
MbS. S. J. HALE.
I T TELLS YOU HOW to choose all kinds
of, Meals, Poultry, and Game,., with, all
ihe various and ioosh approved , modes of
dressing and cooking Beef and . Pork ; also
the best and simplest way of salting, pick
ling and curing the same. (
IT TELLS YOU .ALL, the.'v.ari.o'us and
most approved ni(K)esiol.,dreesing, rooking,
and boning MtiHon, Lamb, Veal, Poultry,
and Game of all kinds, with (le, different
Dressing,, Gravies, and Stuffings bppro-
priate, to each,
'It TELLS YOU HOW to 'choose,' clean,
and preserve Fi.h of all kind, and how to
sweeten i.i when tamted; also all the va
rious and most approved modes of cooking,
with the different Dressings, Sauces, and
Flavorings appropriate to each
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
mosl . npiroyed modes -of preparing over
fifty, different,' kirn's of Meat, Fish. Fowl,
Game, and Vegetable Soups Broths, and
Stews., with the Relii-hes and SeuSonings
appropriate lo each. t
. .IT TELLS YOU ALL '.the ,'various and
most approyed modes. ,ol cooking Vegeta
bles of, every .description, also how ip pre
pare Pickles, Gxt-up .and Curries of all
kinds, .potted Meats, Fish, Game, Muh
rooms, &v. , v
... IT - TELLS YOU ALL the various and
rnoM approved modes of preparing and
cookirg a)l, kinds of. Plain and Fancy Pas
try. Puddings,", Omelettes, Friiters, Cakes,
Ciyilecuonery, Preerves, jellies, and Sweet
Dishe" of every descrlp'iou. ,
. I V TELLS Y'OU ALL the arion and
mo approved modes of making Bread,
Riks, Muffins, and Biscnti,. the best
method ol preparing Coffee. Chocolate, and
Tea, -st.d how lo make Syrup, Cordials, I 1
and Wineclot varions kinds. : J
i i i
IT TELLS YOU HOW lo. set ooi and or
nament a TaHe. how lo Garve all kinds of
. , -i i i ' -1 i. .
risti, Mesn or, row i, anci in stmr, now iosoi
Kimplify ih hole Art of Cooking a to
bring the choic.eM', luxuries ol ihe table
wilhin everybody' reach.
The book contains .418 pages, and no-
t wards of twelve hundred Receipts, all of
w hich are the results of actual exDerienre.
having been fully and carefi.lly tested un
der the personal snperiiijendence. of the
writers. It is printed in. a clear and open
type, is illustrated with appropriate engja
vtng, anil will be lorwarJed to any addres-,
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PP' 'to or a.!dres
JOHN E. POTTER, Publiher,
No. 6 1 7 SatibOiii
Great Work on flic lEore.
THE HORSE AMD HIS DISEASES ;
BV ROBERT JKNSI.NOS. V. S.,
Professor of Pmhtlngy nnd (Joer 'tive Surgery
in the Veterinary College of Phd'ide'paia,
ex., itc. '
tVH.LTEf.L YOU of the Origin, History
" anil distinctive trai'S of the various
breeds r Enrupeau, Asiatic, African and
American Horse, with the physical forma
tion and peculiarities of the animal, ai d
how to a-certain his age by the numter
and condition of hU teeih; :lln-trated vith
nuwieroiis xplanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HiS Dl..As::S
Will tell you ol Breeding, Breaking, Sta
bling, Feeding, Grooming, Shoeing, and the
general management of the horse, with the
besi modes of administering medicine, h'so.
how to.ireai Biting, K eking, Reang,fp
Shving', Stumbling, Crib .Biting. Restless
ness, and other vices to which he i suljett;
with numerous explanatory engravings
THE HORSE AN'd HIS DISEASES.
Wil! tell you of the cause, synjploms, and
Treatment of Siangle, Snre Throat, Dis
temper, Catarrh, Influenza,. , Bri-ncln'is,
Pneumonia, Pieuriy, Broken Wind, Chro
me Coush, Roaring and Whistling. Lampas.
Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and I)erael
Teeth, with other diseases ol the Mouth
and Res, iratnry Organs.
THE HORSE-AND HIS DISESES
yVifl :ell you of the causes, symptoms, and
Treatment id Worms, Bots Colic, Stranu
Int'on, Stony Concretioiis, Ruptures, Palsy,
Diarrhoea, Jaundice, Hepatinhoea. Bloody
Unite, Slones in the Kidneys and Bladder,
Inflammation, and other diseases of the
Stomach, Bow Is, Liver and Urinary Or
Sans. (. . '
THE HOtlSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you ol the caust-s, symptoms, and
Treatment o( Bone, Blood and Bog, Spavin,
R ngoone, Svveenis, Strains, broken Knees,
Wind (Jails, Founder, Sole Bru and
Gravel Cracked Hoofs Scratches. Canker,
Tnrush, and Corn ; also, ol 31
; also, ot jl;rim-,
S'aggers. and other
diseases of the Keel, Legs,
and Head. .
THE HORSE AND..1JIS DISEASES
Will tell you of the canes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Fi-tula, Poll Evil, Glanders,
Farcy, Scailel Fever, Mange, Siwlen,
Locked Jaw, Rheumatism, Cramp, Gall-,
Dis-ae of the Eye and Heart, &c, &e.,
ar-d how. to manage Castration, Bleeding,
Trephinning. lloweling, Firing-, Hernia,
Amputation, Tapping, anil other surgical
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell yon of Rarey's Method of taming
Horses; how to Approach. Halter, or Stable
a Col ; how lo accustom a horse to strange
sounds and sights, and how to, Bit, Saddle,
Ride, and Break him to Harness; also the
lorm and law cl Warranty. The whole be
ing the reMilitof more ihan filieen years'
careful ' study of ibe.habu, jieculiarilies,
wants aud , weaknesses of tins noble and
. " w ' . - ' "
The )ook contains ' 384 pages, appropri
ately illustrated by One Hundred Engra
vings. Ii is printed in a clear ar.d open
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. DATID LOU EXBERG,
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FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FA Tali AM) WIN TER
Q3- CO CD OD j53 &
at iauLi:i: s stoui::
' H E si,b-cnber has just returned from the
City with another Urge and select as
sortment of FALL AND WINTER Goods,
purchased al , Philadelphia, at the lowest
figure, .and which h is determined to sell
on as moderate terms a can be procured
el-ewhere iu Bloomeburg. His stock com
prises , . r
Ia dies' I)res Clooils,
of Ihe choicest styles ajid late lashions.
Hardware, (neensware, Ce.drv a'e, Hoi
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boo;s & Shoes, Hats
and Cats. &.c , &c. In short, everything
usually kepi i,o. country, Stores; lo which he
invites the. public generally. The highest
price paid for country prod-jre.
. -S H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 24, I860.
iew Fall Goods I
Large stock am low prices.
e hvye as;ain. been to :he ci'y, and re-
turned wi-h a large stock of Goods for
ihe season, which we are prepared to sell
ai a low figure lor ready pay. Our eiock
- " i
Hardware, Qnt-ens ware, Cedarware, Willow-ware,
BOOTS AND SHOES;
Groceries, Nails, Iron, Fish, Sail, Plas'er.
Fluid .Camphene Oil., White Lead by ihe
Keg, cheap, &c.
, .... H C. & I. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 17, 1860.
Tllt PRINCE 0E WALES IS
NOW C R E ATI NG ,Q,U ITE A
; . T Iiroughout this Country., .
I ) UT there is great excitement down town
'caused by ihe arrival of a new and se
lect stock of Goods jut received at L. T.
SHARPLESS' Cheap Ca-h Store. Having
iust reiumed from Philadelphia with a stock
heretofore unrivaled, he flatters himself
Ihai he can satisfy all of the beauty and ad
vantages of the Cash System by the exceed
ingly low prices with which he is able to
consists l (ire-s goods of eery variety,
Silks, Plaid-, Fig'd Thibeis, Cashmere,
Plain and fancy DeLaines &c.. ire- Ladies
Broche and Reversable Soawls, lenrs
Shawls-j- Coat, Cloar and Mantle Cloih,
Fancy Casimere. V'esiiwos, Satme, La whs,
Flannels, Gingham, Car-eoes &c.,&c, Bocs
ai.d Shoes A large assort ment ol Gum
shoes w hich will be dispose I ol at. the low
est prices. Hats and Caps, Table and floor
OilCloths, , ; . ,
Kotions of every Kind,
. Qneenesware, Groceries, Flour and feed,
An examination of the slock i solicited
a no charge rs made for an exhibition of
HEALTH AND ITS PLEASURES,
Disease With Il AgoIct
CHOOSE BETWEEN TI1EM.
HOLLOW AY S PlfifS.
What is more fearful ihan a breaking
down ol the nervous system ? To b 3tei.
table or nervous in a small degree is .most
distressing, for where can a remedy be
found ? There is one : drink but little
wine. beer, or spirits, or far belter, none;
take no. cofle, weak tea being preferable;
get qll the Iresh air you can ; take three or
lour pilU.every nfgh?; eat plenty of solids,
avoiding the ue of slois ; and if these gold
en rule are fcdlnwed, you will be, happy
in mind and strong in body, and forget you
have any -nerves. 4 .
; MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS
'- If there is one thing moje lhn another
for which these PilU are so lamnus it is
their purifying properties,, especially their
power of cleansing ihe blood .from - all im
purities, and removing dangerous jui.d sus-
perlfd frecretions." Universally atlopted as
theonegtaiul remedy for female complain
thev never fail, never weaken the. syrem,
and always bring about what is required
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
These feelinzs which so sadden ns, most
frequently rise from annoyances or troub
le, jioip obsrrncted perspiration, or from
eating and dnnking what is nr.fil for us,
thus disordering the. liver and stomach..-
These organs must be regulated if you wist
to be well. The Pills, it taken according
to the printed instruction, will quickly. re
store a healthy anion to both liver and
stomach, whence follow as a natural con
sequence, a.gocd .appetite and a clear head.
In the East and West Indies scaicely any
other medicine is ever used fur tLeae dis
orders,, i . . . ; V
, DISORDERS OF.TiiE KiDNEYS.
In all diseases affecting these organs,
whether they secrete too much or loo little
water ; or whether tnev
be afflicted with
aches and pains
stone or gravel, or with
settled in the loins over the regions of the
kidneya. these Pills should bo taken accor
ding to ihe printed instructions directions,
and the.Qi'tmeni should be. well rubbed
into ttie small of the back at bed time. Thi
treatment wdl give almost im mediate relief
wheu alj other. means have laded.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER.
.No medicine will so effectually!' improve
the i one of the s'omach as these Pills; thV
remove all acidity, occasioned eiiher by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce it In a healthy
action; ihey are wonderfuliy efficacious iu
cases ol spam in fact they never fail in
cuiing all disorders ol the Ii er end siomBch.
' IloUowny,s Pith are the Itst remedy 'known in
i -i ..,.-- .-
me voi la jor ine jouoitin aatani.
Blotches on the
Constipation of tha
Fevers of ail
: plaints, ;
Sioce and Gravel. .
S"nridary Sv moioms,
Worms ol all kinds
Weaknen Irom . .
. &c., &c.
CAL"TIC !! Nor-e ar gennin nnls
Ihe words Ho'lowav, New York pml Lon
don' are di-cerrubje a a ll'oi"fr-mA in "
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot or box ; the am may be p.ainly
seen bt holding the fenf lo the tight. A hand
soiie rpward wiil be given to any one
rt-ndiiriiig such inlormation a? may lead i
the detection ol any pany or pa-ti coun
terfeinitg ,. the. nieibctne . or vending the
same, knowing ihem lo be spurious.
Sold a: Ute Mnnfactorv of Professor
Hollo A-ay, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all repec able Druggists and Dealer in
Mdtciu, trironghont the civilizeil world,
in boxe at 2b cents, C2 cents and Si each.
There is considerable saving by ta
king the larger sizes.
N B Directions for the guidance ofp
lienis in every disorder are aflised lo eacti
O.-ober. 17. lSfif). . .
it loom an una ;t
lHE uiider-igned respectfully inform the
crizensot IJlooMnsburg, and the public
generally, that he has taken the Barber
S'lop, ii.-aied on Main Slreel, in the white
Frame Building, nearly opposite the Ei
chauge Bl.ick.vchere he is at all times ready
to wait upon hi customers to entire satis
faction. . ". -
SHAVING AND HAIRDRESSING, .
Will be executed with care and neatness
and n the most fastuonable style, and on
ve'y moderate, terms. ,
fT'Shampooing, done np.in City Style.
He solicits pubhc patronage and pledges
his bet endeavors to give every reasonable
gatifaciion. . . " ,
CHARLES HENRY XOLLl
Bloomsbur, Oct. 12. 1859.
WHO LESA L E AND RETAIL
HAT AND CAP STORE. .
r,HE undersigned respectfully inl
ciiizens of Bloomsbnr", and !
in general. 1'iat he ha purchased the NEW
:1AT SIOhE, in the- white frame 6tore
iio jse, on Main S'reef, nearly opposite tie
Exchange Buildings, where he ba just re
ceived a Splerdid assor'meni of
, City Hats and Capsi, , tl
Direct from the Manufactories, of all kind,
style's, sons and sizes, latest fashion, which
he offers wholesale ami .retail, at very low
prices. .Al.-o, STRAW GOODS, including
all the nodni. styles aid da-hions.
Tries Goods Wt be sold at very low
prices, for KeaJv Pay. t "
oc'3I JOHN K GIRTON.
FJI SHIOPiJi RLE TJiILOR -Shop
on the South Side ot Main S;reet, fin
quare below Market.