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Jannarj lOlli, iSSl.
Thakkr. We are indebted td Cor Hiram
R. Kline for various legislative favors.
Snow. Quile a quantity of show fell In
this place and vicinity ori Fatotday last,
which made sleighing tolerably good. ' "
A (2icrui!i woman, residing in Northamp
ton county, gave birth. feceniiy, to rice chil
dren four boys and a girl. No wonder
Democrats are plenty in the tenth legion -
The mails have been very irregular for
he past few days upon the Cattawissa road.
All right again, snow off the track.
DO.Y TFORG ET D rI SI LK WORTH
Will be in Bloomsbnrg on the 30th and 31st
of each month. See Card in another column.
Tin Shop -We take pleasure in announc
ing ihat, William John, is carrying on the
Sinning business in the town of Caltawiesa,
rrd is prepared to supply all whe may wish
'any thing in his fine upon reasonable tenrrs
and with despatch.
Tkk Printers of Danville celebrated the
anniversary of the great philosopher, states
man, and printer, Bcnjimin Franklin.
They partook of a grand sapper gotten up
by onr friend of the White Straw, Jacob Cor
nelison. The Post Office. The list of applicants
lor the post office in this place has dwin
dled down to the respectable number of
iwo. Those two are pushing their claims
on Ihe "'root hog or die" principle. The
office in this place is rather a desireable
one, and "the best man for it."
Revival In the M E Church of this
place, of which Rev. F. Geaihart is pastor,
an interesting revival has been in progress
for some two or three weeks. These night
ly Yneetings, we learn, have resulted in the
conversion of qnite a number of per.-ons.
Lackawanna and Bloomsburu Railroad
At the late election held by this Company,
llie following Board of Directors was elected
far the en?rdng year: Col C. F Welles, of
Athens. President ; William Swetlaud, Wm.
C. Reynolds, D G Driesbach, K. McNiel,
John Brisbin, Moses Taylor, William E.
Dodge, John I. Blair, Thos. F. Atheron,
Joseph H. Scranton, N. Clapp and H. Gay
Advertise. Persons having property to
pell or houses to let will find it to their ad
vantage to make the same k' own through
the advertising columns of the Star, as this
paper has a fair circulation, besides il is
tlaily increasing, and is mo "small sheet "
Kvery body reads it. Charges inconsider
ible, when compared with the advantages
ei crain: to the advertiser.
Dr. King, Veterinary Surgeon, gave an
illustration, of the Rarey sjstem of training
wild and vicious horses, upon a colt belong
ing to Samuel Shaffer, on last Saturday, at
this place. He completely subdued the
animal, through the treatment applied,tbere
by having perfect control of it. We have
no doubt he will render the wildest horse
or colt gentle, safe, reliable, and in every
way manageable, in an increditable short
space of time.
We see by the Wyoming Intelligencer that,
Prof T. E Perkins, who is well known by
nr citizens, having spent some time pro
fessionally among them lat summer, is
about to commence a Musical Convention,
in the town of Tunkhannock, in the course
of a. few days. Mr. Perkins has had con
siderable experience in conducting Conven
tions ol this kind, and has won for himself
a high reputation in hi professional ranks.
An iKCtDENT. A horse the other pay, at
tached to a sled, in turning a corner, fell.
A gentleman's attention was quickly direct
ed to it, when bis feet slipped, and he
landed, as a sailor would say, on his beam's
-end, in about six inches of very soft, cold
tash. A young lady, at the same time,
with her arms folded, and her face looking
as good as ripe strawberries smothered in
cream,' r&ri out to see the sights, r when her
feet proved too small to support her, and
she sat in ail her loveliness on the.icy
bricks. The three were 'all down at the
ims time, although some dis ance apart.
At a meeting of Democrats, held at the
office of Wesley Wirt, Esq., in Bloomsbnrg,
on Friday evening January 25 th, 1861 : for
the purpose of organizing a "Democratic
Association" and establishing a Democratic
Heading Room in Bloomsbnrg. After some
discussion or. the subject the meeting re
solved itself into a cloby to be known by
the name aud style of Democratic Asso
ciation'' with the objects above specified.
On motion, John G. Freeze was elected
President of the Association, Martin C.
Woodward and Wm H. Jacoby, Vice Pres
idents, Wesley Wirt and David Lowenberg,
Secretaries, and E. IL Little, Treasurer.
The President upon taking the chair sla
ted more explicitly the causes and objects
of lbs Association : and
i On rnoiion, Teter Billmeyer, Robert C.
Frcit. Daniel Lee, Jacob R. Groul, Leonard
B. Rupert, prB. Brockway and Dr. P. H
Freeze were chosea a committee to solicit
subscriptions and contributions in aid of the
Oa motion, Col.1 Freeze, E. H. Little,
Daniel Lse, W. H. Jacoby, . Levi ,L. Tate,
W. Wir', srnd C. B. Brockway vsere appoint?
td todlaw cp a constitution for the said
Association. ' " " - ' V
. On raclion, the President rs authorized
jo pfoeDra a room for the ns ;f the Asso
ciation. ,- . . , : ' ' . ' . . .
Ca maticri,adjoun;ed to meet at the Grand
Jury Room, on Thursday evening, January
31st.atseven o'clock, where all friendly to
the Et;cce?s and permanence of she Associ
ation are invited to attend.- -
"y virtue of win of Venditioni Exponas to
"ma directed, issued out of the Court of
Common Pleas of the county of Columbia,
Pennsylvania.will be exposed to public sale
at ihe Court House, in Bloomsbnrg on
MONDA Y THE 4TH DAY OF FEB. 1861,
al one o'clnrk in the afternoon, the follow
ing pwpeity to w It "
AH Ihat certain tract of Land situate In
Sogarloaf township Columbia county, bound
ed as follows! Beginning; at a post on
line of Irthd of Jonathan C Pennington, and
corner of land of George Moor $ (hence on
a road North eighteen and a half degrees
West, ninety five perches a tie six tenths to
a post, ihence by land of Christian L. Moore
South twelve and a half decrees east, ninety
three perche and eight tenths to a post,
thence by lands of Ezekiel Shu' and J. C.
Pennington, North eigTity four and three
quarter degree east fifty-nine and two
tenth perches to the place of beginning
containing THiRTY-ONE A'CRES and sev
enty eight perches, strict measure, nearly
all of which is improved land, whereon is
erected a one and a half story Plank Dwel
ling Houe, a Frame Bank Barn a Frame
Wagon Shed, a Still House and other out
buildings with the appurtenance.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as ihe property of John F. La u bach.
ALSO : At the same time andfplace, all
that certain lot of ground, situate in Blooms
burg, Bloom township, Columbia county,
bounded and described as follows, to wit :
On the North by land of Samuel Gross, on
ihe East by an Alley, on the South by lot of
Jacob Evans, and on ihe Wert formerly by
land of Wm. Sloan, containing one HALF
OF AN ACRE, more or less, whereon i
erected a one and a half story frame Brew
ery, a Well of Water, and other out build
ings with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Jacob Lash.
ALSO : At tt.esame time and place, all
that certain tract, piece or parcel of land
situate in Sugarloaf township, Columbia
county, containing about SIXTY ACRES,
about Forty Acres of which is cleared land,
bounded on Ihe Nrth by land of Andrew
Hess, on the South lw lands of Harrison
and Andrew Hess, on Vet by lands of
Benjamin Petetman, whereon is erected a
one and half story dwelling uouse", a frame
viable, with the appurtenances.
Seised, taken in execution and to be sd.'d
as the property of Jacob S. Hes.
ALSO: At the same time and place, all
that certain ln-lot or piece of ground, situate
in Enpytown, Scott townsrdp, Columbia
county, containing ONK FOUR! H OF AN
ACRE, more or less, bounded on the South
by Main Street of said town, on the North
by an Alley, on the West by an Alley, and
on the East by lot of Thrma W. Kdgar,
whereon is eree'ed a two tory Frame dwel
ling House, a frame Kitchen, aud a frame
Barn with the' appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Thomas C. Fowler.
ALSO : At the same time and place, by
virtue of a writ of Jliat Vend jc., all Ihat
certain In-Lot or piece of Land situate in
Enpytowr., Scott township Columbia county
containing ONK FOURTH OE AN ACRE,
more or less, bounded on the North by an
Alley, on the South by Min Street of said
town, on the Eat by a lot of Alfred Heck
man, Rnd on the West by a lot of William
Tronsue, whereon is creeled a iwo Story
Frame dwelling House with the appurte
nances. Seized, taker, in execution and to be sold
as the propeny of John Turner.
ALSO: At the same tim and place by
virtue of a writ of Venditioni exponat and a
writ of Firta Facias, all that certain lot of
ground, situate in the Borooah of Berwick,
county of Columbia, bounded and described
as follow, to wit: On the South West by
lot of Widow Huton, on the North We?t
and North East by lot of David Baocher,
and on the South East by canal Street, con
taining Forty Nine and a half feet in front,
and Extending back Seventy Five and a
half feet, being part of lot No. 48 in the plot
of said Borooah, whereon is erected a
THREE STORY FRAME DWELLING
HOUSE, now occupied an a Tavern house
or Hotel. 3 wi;h the appurtenance.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Hiram Smether.
JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff.
Bloomsbnrg, January, 2, 1861.
List of Trials, tor Feb. Term, 1861.
1. Jacob Schuyler. v.. Wil.'iam Aer.
2. Jacob Sanders, vs. William Metz.
3. Townsend W. Kabler, vs. Daniel Ney
hard. 4. John McMoIIigon, et. al. vs. Samuel
5. Nathaniel E. Rutter, et. al. vs. Abram
6. Lavina Cole, vs. Aaron Lo1?; & Wife.
7. And. Creveling vs Andrew MHi-k;et al.
8. Clinton D. Herring, et. si. vs. Daniel F.
9. David Yost, vs. George Hydler-
10. Isaac Tyler, vs. Jacob Berlin et. il.
11. Francis Jort'en, et. al. vs. Elisna B
Pursel, et. al. . ..
Francis Jorden et. at. vs. Elisha B. Pur
el, el. al.
R. J. Lyon, v. Montgomery Cox, eual.
Inaac Tyler, vs. Andrew Creveling.
Stephen Pohe, vs. Lindly W. Wooley.
Jacob K. Sune, vs Robert J. Lyons
17. John Lad wg, vs. Franci R. Weaver.
18. Samuel Fetierman, v. Wright Hughes.
19. John Young, vs Benjamin Winlersteen
20. J. Wesley Bowman, vs. Michael Frantz.
Michael Graham, et. al. vs. J. V. Crcs
well, et. al.
J. P McColInm, et. al. vs. Erasins Hen
dershot et- al.
levi Kntz, v. William Linden
George W. Statten, vs Joseph F. Long.
The Maryland Anthracite Coal Compa-
, vs. John Lodwig.
26. Philip Wiuteriteen, vs. Valentine Win
lersteen. 27. John Pealer, vs. Daniel Edgar et. al.
28. Lewis Lowenberg, et. al. vs. John Dyer.
29. Wolf, Westler &l Co. vs. Danwl F. Sey
berl. - " - - ..
T AYS the entue cost for Tuition in ihe
most popular and auccessfol Commer
cial School in the country.- Upward of
TwetvE Hundred yotiLg men from twentt
eicht different Slates, have been educated
for business here within the past three
years, some of whom have been employed
as book Keepers at salaries of
2000.00 per Annum, '
immediately opon giadoating, who knew
nothing of accounts when they entered
Ministers' sons hall price. Stadents
enter at any lime, and review when they
please, without extra charge.
For Catalogues of 84 pages, Specimen
of Prof Cowlef 'a Business and Ornamental
Penmanshrp, nd a large Engravin" of the
College, inclose twenty-five ceti is in Post-'
ae Siarap 10 tLs Principal...,. : - ..,.-.
; Court Proclamdiiun.
lL'HEREAS the Hon. Warren J. Wood-
. ward, President Judge of the Court of
Oyer and Tefmiher and General Jail Deliv
ery, Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
and Court of Cdmmon Pleas and Orphans'
Court, in the 26th Judicial District, compos
ed of the counties of Columbia, Sullivan and
Wyoming, and the Hon. Jacob Evans and
Peter Kline, Associate Judges of Columbia
County, have issued their irecept bearing
date one thousand eighteen hundred and
sixty, and to me directed for holding a
Cnurt of Oyer and Terminer, arid General
Jim I Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms,
burg, in the cbunty of Columbia, oh (he first
Monday (beln-4 ihe 4ih da)-) of Feb'y. next,
and to continue tine week.
Notice is hereby glerj to the Cflfoher; ihe
Justices of the Peace and ConMdbles HI the
said County of Columbia, that they be then
and there" in their proper )ersfJri9 at 10 o'
clock in the fofenoort ol said day, with their
records inquisition ahd other remembran
ces to db" those" tnittgs which to their offices
appertain (o be dohe. And those that are
bound by recognizes, to prosrjente against
the prisoners that are or may be in the Jail
of said county ot Columbia, to be then and
there to prosecufe then as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, agreeably to i tteir notice, dated
at Bloomsborgj the 3d day of January, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-one. and in the eighiv-fitth vear
of the Independence of the United States of
America. (God save the Commonwealth.)
. . JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff,
Bloomsbnrg January, 3d, 1861.
For February Term, lSGl.
Bloom Ephraim Armstrong.
Boaver George Longenberger.
Briar Creek Henry Lamon, George Evans,
Bor. Berwick John Ruch, Abija Phillips.
Catassa Samuel Kostenbauder.
Conynjham Daniel T. MeKiernan.
Centre John Hutton, Elisha W. M. Low.
Hemlock John Gruber.
Jackson John Ranlz.
Locust William Miller.
Montour Thomas Weaver.
Madison John B. Mills, Lewis Schuyler,
Ml. Pleasant. Thomas I. Wellvet.
Mifflin Henry Hetller, Win. Fry.
i v 'range Michael Hagenbuch.
Pine John Wiimire.
Soarloaf Richard Kile.
Bloom-Adrian Vanh.outon, John Smith.
Benton Richard S:'le- ... .. .
Briar Creek Peter M. Transttt, John ost.
Bor. Berwick George McBride James
Beaver David Fry.
Ceu're Mordecai Hicks, Joseph Rnckle,
Thomas Conner, Johc Hayman Joseph
Fishing Creek Samuel Ash, Wm. Mears,
Greenwood James Manning.
Hemlock Peter Brngler, Thomas J. Van-
dsrslice. George Wenner.
Iiros! John YeagerJr., Daniel Miller.
Mifflin John Keller, Thomas A ten, Benj.
Ml. Pleasant Eri I Icier, George Oman.
Pir.e John Cotner,
Roariffgrtetk Abraham Witner.
Sugarloaf Jacob Herrington. Samuel Hess
Scott Henry Me lick, Daiial Alelick.
Catlawissa Benj-imiu Beaver, John Beaver.
Madison John 15. Kinney.
Boot and Shoeiiiakiiig.
THE undersigi-ed being thankful for past
fry favors, and grateful for future pros
V I necti. desire to inform
f the citizens of this place
V. and vicinity, and his
friends and patrons in particular, that he
still carries on the above business in all its
various branches, al his old stand, on Main
Mreet, nearly opposite the Episcopal Church
Bloomsbnrg. He employs the very bet
workmen, ar.d use nothing but good stock.
No pains are spared to make r.eal fits and
durable work; aM of which can be obtained
tery low for ready pay.
JALOB F. DIETTERICH.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 1, 1860-ly.
si:lliig OlF CHEAP.
AT L. T. SHARPLESS' Cheap Cash
DeLains & Caltcces,
Hats and Caps,
Ladies' Hoop Skirts,
Coat", Pants, and Vesvs.
Having engaged the Store House former
ly occupied by Jno. Barton dee'd, I am
now prepared to take all kinds of Grain in
exchange for Goods.
Bloom-burg, Dec. 12, 1860. if.
CHEAP AND VERY POWERFUL.
MICRCOPES Single lens No Single
lens can be made more powerful than
these Amusing and instructive. Sent free
by mail (or 25 cents each. Four each a
different power, for one gold dollar, New
England money, or stamps.
Address E. E. KIXC,
Lock Box 228 Boston, Mass.
Jan. 2, 1861 iw.
NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
lowing personal property belonging to
Wlliam Long, has been placed in ihe hands
of Lawrence Marr, ot Scott township, Co
lombia county for keeping. .One Mare, one
Spring Wagon, one set of doubls Harness.
Srnil fnwnhio. Jannarv 2d, lg61.
Flour and Feed Delivered !
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST !
THE bndersigned has made arrmge
ments ihat will enable him to deliver
Floor and Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per
cent, eheaper than any bou else in lowu.
His prices are as follows:
FlourS? 25; Corn and Oals Chop Si 55;
Corn and Rye Chop 31 65 ; Bran Si 10 ;
I respectfully solicit a share of the public
patronage. MOSES COFFMAN.
Bloomburg. June 14, 1860. . ' '
NOT! CE Is hereby given that two or three
spacious rooms will be let on reasonable
terras. Inqaire of
CHARLES H. NOLL.
Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 2d, 861
CSa OS S3T 53 0
NORTH WEST CORNER
Eighth and Race Streets,
EP" Always on hand, a lull assortment of
Hats and Caps for Me& Boys ami Children,
allow prices " f Feb. 22. I860.
T7yNER $ STO VE DEALER,
Shop oo South side of Main street, below
Matketv . .. . .-:v--
The Cfisis ofthe VJiiion ! !
SHALL WHITE MEN RULE Ail ERICA ?
THE NEWSPAPER FOR THE TLUES !
THE WEEKLY DAY BOOK
THE HAY-D .Oil holds that this is a
government of White Men. and that nteri
Ot iftf of social and political position for ihe
begro race, tvperiority for the whii? ra"ce, is
Ihe natural order ol American Society.
AH who want to refute the arguments of
the anti-slaveryites, and understand the ne
gro question, should read it. Democrats,
Constitutional men, mut see to it that
sound papers are circulated among the
people, or Black Republican principles will
never be pnt down
THE WEEKLY DAY-BOOR FOI 1861
Will he crea'ly improved and several new
features addd, making ihe beet family
paper published. Il will have One .Third
More Reading Matter, Letters on Educa
tion, Able Agricultural Articles, Sketched
of Living American Author, Sketches tin
Cooks aud Ccokery, and Full Reports of
Cattle and other Markets.
It will also commence, on the 1st of Janu
ary, A New and Ortiginal Story, by Prof.
Peck, Ol Ga., entitled
A Tale el the Early Settlement of Georgia.
A Thrilling Story of Pioneer Lite, The
Creek Wars &c. Thene features, together
with Special European Correspondence, a
full digest ot news, foreign and domestic,
make it a
BUSINESS FAMILY AND LITERARY
All combined into one, and al a cheaper
rate than any other paper published.
TERMS CASH IN ADVANCE.
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Two copies, 3
Five copies, 5
EP LIBERAL OFFERS. To every Post
master or any other person who will Hart il
Club at a Post Office, and send us five dol
lar for five subscribers, we will send a
sixth copy gratis. We make this otter that
the paper may be introduced at every post
office, feeling confident that most persons
who read it for a short time will take it,
and use their efforts to still further increase
its circulation. This offer, however, only
applies to one club of five at each office,
and hence, '.he first who sends wilf be en
titled to the gratis copy. After a club of
live is formed, or whtre a club is formed,
additions can always be make to it at one
dollar each subscriber, be they one or
STILL BETTER. To all new subscri
bers who send on their yeatly subscriptions
,efore the 1st of January, we will send
their paper gratis from the lime we re
ce;ve their subscription until to the 1st of
janoa-r, that is, make the date of theit
suhscriptiP0 1 commence with the new
Specimen coptt." "ent Ire.
J5T Clargymen ano.' Tearher will here
after be furnished the WEEKLY DAY
BOOK for One Dollai per year, the Jiwest
All orders should be addressed as"
lows, giving his posoffice, county and
Slate in Inll :
VAN EVRIE, HORTON&Co.,
162 Nassau Street, New York.
OUT F EJIPLOIMIEXT.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL
ERIE SEH ING MACHINE.
E will give a Commission, or wages
at Irom 925 to $60 per month, and
expenses paid. This is a new Machine,
and so simple in its construction that a
child of 10 years can learn to operate it by
half an hour's instruction. It is equal to
any Family Bewing Machine in use, and
the price is bnt Fifteen Dollar.
Persons wishing an asencv will ad
dress J. N. BOYLAN,
Secretary Erie Sewing Machine Company,
tioV21w6 MILAN, OHIO.
Tinware & Stove Establishment.
rpY. UNDERSIGNED respectfully
forms his old friends
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 jui recoived and of
fe'8 lo' Ihe iarzest and moot ex
lenive assortment of FANCY STOTVS
tL. ever introduced into this market.
Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on
hand and manufactured to order. All kinds
of repairing done, as uunl, tin short notice.
The patronage of old friends and new cus
tomers is respectfully solicited.
A. M. RUPERT
Bloomsbors, Jan. 12, 1853. tf.
S S2TQ53 G3CZ3CEdCLS3 2
OP ALL KINDS,
AT J. J. RROWER'S
Cheaper than Ever.
May IP, 1860.
E. II. LITTLE,
Office in t'oort Alley ; formerly occupied by
Charles R. Buckalew.
December 28, 1859. tf.
FOUNDER AND MACHINE ST.
Buildings on the alley between the "Ex
change" and "American Houfe."
SEVERAL desirable Buildinz Lots in
Blooinbbura, for sale.
June 20, 1860-tf.
5orth Second Street, abore Arcli,
II. H. EDWARDS,-Proprie(or.
February 22. I860 I y.
ALL person indebted to ihe undersigned
for Professional services np to April
Nt, 1860, are respectfnlly requested to call
and settle, e'nber by Note or otherwise.
J. C. RUTTER, M. D.
Bloomsbnrg. Aug. 15, 1850 -tf.
TilE PEOPLES COOt ' BOOK.
m o i b: r nt o o k e r y
W ..II m4a tlHAiftntiAff. i
mmm 119 UiailVlli;!')
MISS E L I V A ACTON,
CARKFUU.V REVISED EV MRS", ft. t. 1I4I.E.
T TELLS YOU HOW to choose all kinds
of Meats, Poultry, and Game, with alt
the various and moM approved rtlbde! of
dressing and choking Beef and Pdrk ; also
ihe best and pimplesi way of salting, pick
ling and curing (he same.
IT TELLS YOU ALL fhe various and
most approved ihoJeS of dressing, conking,
and boning Jrtutfon, Larnb, Veal, Poultry,
and GanlS of all kinds, with the different
Dressing, Gravies, and Stuffing impro
priate to each.
IT TELLS YOU HOW to choose, ciean,
and preserveFifh of all kindi, and how to
sweeten it when tainted; also all the va
rious and most approved modes of cookinz.
with the different Dressings, Sacces, and
Flavorings appropriate to each.-
IT TELLS YOU ALL Ihe vafiofts and
most approved ffiodes of preparing over
fifty different , kinds of Meat, Fish. Fowl,
Game; and Vegetable Soups, Broths, and
Stews, with the fceliches and Se'dSrinins
appropriate jo each.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most appfoved modes of cooking Vegeta
bles of every description also how to pre;
pare Pickles, Catsups and Curries of all
kinds, Potted Meats; Fishj Game; Mush
IT TELLS YOU ALL the varidns and
mo! approved rnddes of preparing and
cooking all kind of Piaih and Fancy Pas
Jrv, Puddings, Omelettes, Fritters, Cakes,
Confectionery, Preserves, JellieCj and Sweet
Dishes of every description.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the vafiohs and
most approved modes of making Bread;
Rur-ks, Muffins, and Biscuit, the best
method o! preparing Coffee, Chocolate, and
Tea, ar.d how to make Syrup, Cordial.;
and Winesof various kinds.
IT TELLS YOU HOW to set out and or
nament a Table, how to Carve all kinds of
Fifh, Flefh or Fowl, and in short, how loso
simplify the whole Art of Cooking a to
bring the choicest luxuries of the table
within everybody's reach.
The book contains 418 pages, and up
wards of twelve hundred Receipts, all of
which are the results of actual experience,
having been fully and careltlly tested un
der the personal superintendance of the
writers. It is printed in a clear and opeH
type, is illustrated with appropriate engra
ving, and will be forwarded to any addres,
neatly bound, and postage paid, on receipt
ot the price, Si 00, or in cloth, extra, SI. 25.
($1 000 a Year
can be made by enterpris'ng men every
where, in selling the above work, our in
ducements to all such beinz very liberal.
hot single copies of the Bock, or for
terms to agents, with other information
apply to or ddres
JOHN E. POTTER,Tobliher,
No. 617 Sansom St., Philadelphia.
Great Work on I lie Horse
THE HORSE AnTThIS DISEASES J
SV BOB (CRT iCSNtNCS, v. s.,
frofet'or of Poihnlogy arid Oaer-tive Surgery
in ikf V&nnary College bf Pkiludt'paia,
WILL TELL YOU of the tt.'g!n, Wisitfry
and distinctive traits of ifi vari6n3
breeds vt European, Asiatic, Africa! anJ
American Hordes, with the physical fornrf-
tion atid peculiarities of the animal, 9fid
how to ascertain his ase by the number
and condition of bis teeth; illustrated with
numerous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will lell you of Breeding, Breaking, Sta
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peneral management of the horse, with the
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how to treat Biting, K eking, Reanp,rp
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THE HORSE AND HIS D1SESES
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FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FAIjIj AD IVIiVTER
C2 CD (D ID a
AT 1IIiMM:K S .STO IS E!
rHE stb-cnbpr ha just returned from the
City with another large and select as
sortment of FALL AND WINTER Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowest
figure, and which he is determined to sell
on a moderate terms a can be procured
elsewhere in Bloomburg. His stock com
nIio, Drcs CJooil,
of the choicest styles and Utet fashions.
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarwa'e, Hol
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boo's & Shoes, Hats
anil Caps, &c , &c. In short, everything
usually kepi in country Stores; to which he
invites ihe public generally. The highest
price paid for country prod-ice.
S H. MILLER.
Bloomsbnrg, Oi-t. 24, 1860.
New Fall Goods.'
LARGE STOCK AND LOW PRICES.
have again been lo :he city, and re-
turned with a large slock of Goods for
the seaon, which we are prepared to sell
at a low figure lor ready pay. Our stock
Hardware, (Jneeusware, LedarWare, Wil-Inw-wafe,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Groceries, Nails, Iron, Fish, Salt, Plaster,
Fluid, Camphefre Oils, White Lead by ihe
Keg, cheap, kr.t kc.
H. C. k I. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomburg,Oct. 17, 1860.
THE PRIXCE OF XV LES IS
NOW CREATING QUITE A
Throughout this Country
UT there is great excitement down1 loivrf
caused by the airival of a new and se
lect stock of Good. jnt received at L. T.
SHARPLESS' Cheap Ch Store. Having1
just returned from I'hiladefphia with a stock
heretofore unrivad, he flatters himself
that he can satisfy all of the beau'ty a'rrd id
vantages of the Cash System bf fhe exceed
ingly low prices with whfch he fs able to
consists ol dres goods of etery arielyt
Silks, Plaid, Fig'd TbiB'ets, Cashmere,
riai'i and fancy Lame's &c., &c. Ladies
Broche and Reveri'able Shawl, GentV
Shawl, Coa', Cloak tend M"antle Cloths,
Faticy Cassimeres, VestTngs, Satins, Law as,
rlatmels, GinghamSjCafcoes &c.,fcc. Rows
ar.d Shoes. A large assortment ol Gum
shoe which will be dis"ood ol al lK low
est prices, Hals aud Caps', Table and floor
Notions of ctcfy Kind,
Queenesware, Groceries, Floor and feed,
An etaminvtion of the slock is soliehed
as no charge is made for an exhibiiJoS 6f
- HEALTH ASO ITS PLEASCI1ES,
Diseae With Its Agonies;
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEMr
What is more fearfn1! than a oreatihg
down ot ihe nervous sjsipn To be exci
lable or nervous in a small degre'tf Js jnont
distressing; for where can a remeay be
found? There is one : drink but fitile
wine, beer, or spirits, or far better, n6ne ;
take no coffee, weak tea beina preferable;
get all the ireh air you can ; tbke three or
four Pills every night; eat plenty of solids,
avoiding the ue of slops ; arfi if ihiib gold
en rules are followed, tptV vtifl be happy
in mind and strong in body, aud forget you
have any nerves.
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS.
If there is one thing more I ffn f antfiliPr
for which these Pills a1 re s"o famnns it s
their ponfying pftfperties,- cpec?liy their
power of cleini'ng th'S blo'ud from all im
purities, and removing danefoHs tJnd su
pended secretions. Universally adopted as
theonegtand remedy lor female complaint
thev never fail, never weaken the system,
and always bring about what is required.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
- These feelings which so sadden os, rfttfst
frrqnently arise from annoyances or troub
le, from obstructed perspiration, or from
eating and drinking what is or. fit for us,
thn disordering the fivef and stomach.
These Organs mut be regulated if yon wist
to be well. The PflU, it taken according
to the printed instruction; will quickly f(U
ftore a healthy ac;loii to both liver and
stomach, whence follow as a hainral cdh
sequeuce, a nocd appeiiie and a Clear bead.
In the Eat-1 and WfiM lndjs scaicey any
Oth-r medicine is ever Used for these dr
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEY.
In all diseases affecting these organs,
wheiher they secrete loo much or loo little
water; or whether thiry be afflicted with
Mone or gravel, or with aches and pain
settled in the loins over ihe fegiong of the
kidneya. these Pills shonld bo taken accor
ding to ihe piinted irisirdcf ?6ns directions,
and the Ointment shbbld be well rubbed
into the srriati of the baVk at bed time. Thi
treatment will gite alindst immedi&te relief
when all other rheani have laded.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER.
No medicine will so effectually imrirdve
the tor.e of the stomach as these PilU; ihy
remove all acidity, occasioned ei;her by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce il to a healthy
action; they are wouderfoliy efflcacioOs in
cases of spasm in fact they never tail in
culmg all disorders of the II er and sfemsch.
are the best remedy known in
ine world jor uie Jolluwinq diseaset.
Stone and Grave!.
Worms of all kinds
Blotches on the
Constipation1 of tha
Fevers of all
. CAL'TIOX SI None are genuine mife's1
Ihe words "Hollowav, New York and Lon
don," are durernable a a" Water-mark in
every leaf of the book cf directions around
each pot or box : the same may be plainly
seen bv holding the lenf to the light. A hand
some reward will be given lo any one
rendering such information as may lead to
the detection ol any party or parties coun
terfeiting (he medicines or vending the
same, knowing them to be spurrou1.
f Sold a! Ihe Manufactorv of Professor
HolioA-ay, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, ami
by all respecable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world,
in boxe at 25 cents, 62 cent and SI each.
ts" There is considerable saving by la
king the larger sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance of pa
tients iu every disorder are alftxed to eacrr
October, ii, i8601.
t"!HE undersigned respectfully inform the
citizens of Bloomsbufg, and the public
generally, that he has tafien ihe Barber
Shop, Inrated on Main Street, in the white
Frame Building, nearly opposite the Ex
change Block, where he is at all times ready
to wait upon hi customers to entire. satis
faction. SHAVING AND HAIRDRESSING,
Will be executed with care arid neatness
and In the most fashionable style, and on
very moderate term.,.
fkFShampootng, done up in Ciiy tjle.
He solicits pfciblc patronage and pledge
his bet er?de2vors to give every reasonable
salifactibn. ... Hl.
CHAftLES HENRY NOLL.
Bloomsbnrg, Oct. 12, lg3.
K E IV: T O R E:
WHOLESALE. AND RE t AIL
HAT AND CAP STORE.
f j'HE undersigned tespec i'uliy in for rss rh
ciiizens of Bloomsburg, and ihti pnblm
in general, ihat be has pcruhased ihe NEW
HAT SfORE, in ihe white frame smr
Sio'jse, on jjain Street hearty opposite the
Exchange EoiMingj where he has just re
ceived a srderdid aforlmen. of
Citr UaU and Caps;
Direct from the Manufactories, of all kind;
styles, sons and sizes, latest fa-hion, whirh
he offers wholesale and retail, al very lour
prices. Also, STRAW GOODS, including
k!l the motieih styles and fashion.
These Gb'6'd, will be sold at very iltw
prices, for Readv Pay.
. ocisi " JOHN K. GIRTON.
. .BAIiNAKU It U PERT.
Shop on the Soo;h Side of Main Street, firs
qua re below Market.
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