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TAIlOF THE NORTH
X 1 .
Wedaesdnj BorBiajILl.rebrnarju8ft 1861.-
Thanks. We are iridetiied to dol'tfirara
R. Kline for various legislative favors. :
Thb Cocst7 Statkmist, wtllappear,' in
our next, haying been approved of by the
Co art too late for this week's issue.
Price, the wire walker, will give an ex
,'hibttion of his performances in Benton, Co-
lumbia county, on Thursday, the 14th inst.
Tat attendance at Court this week is not
" as large as was anticipated. Few people
Hre here except those necessarily present.
fo comic Vickly will offer his tavern
stand, at public sale on the 18th day of March
Kiext, situated in the bordogh of Berwick.
'It is "a-good location.
c The Rev. Joshua Kelley of Williamsport
has commenced a series of protracted meet
' ings in the Baptul Church at this place
He has the reputation 6f being one of the
most eloquent preachers in Northern Penn
sylvania. "As we go to press, Court is still in session,
vand will continue, probably until Friday
The Commonwealth causes will occupy the
larger portion of the time. - No heavy trials
' on'he civil list. We will give a synopsis
of.be proceedings in our next.
Tihotmt Heesan, father of John C Hee
' nan, the Benicia Boy, died on Thursday
lat. Mr. Heenan had beett for many years
a resident of West Troy, and was in the
employ of the United Stales Government at
Water vliet Arsenal.
, Repitjcd. Sheriff Blue has been notified
by Gov. Curt in, to postpone the execution
of Andrew McGinly until the 3d of May,
next. We presume that the Governor has
been influenced in his action by thenurtier-
ously signed petitions ol our 'citizens pray
'ing for an indefinite respite of the untorlu
1 nale criminal. Danville Intelligencer.
L, Johnson & Co., Type "Foundryfnenbf
1 Philadelphia, have our thanks for a copy of
their "typographic Advertiser. It . contains
some specimens ol very neat borders, type,
cats, tic, which they are engaged in manu
facturing, and all ot which (hey will sell
" cheap for cash.
TircSunbury American says, that should
the proposition of Senator Bigler, to take a
vote of the people on Mr. Crittenden's prb
- posed amendments to the Constitution, be
adopted, there can be no doubt that they
would be sustained by Pennsylvania, by a
majority of not less than TWO HUNDRED
THOUSAND. In this Congressional'dis
' trict, uine tenths of the vote's A'ould be in
The Member from Wyoming county
"Mr. Osterhout offered a petition, a few
" days since, in onr Legislature, largely sign
" ed, praying the enactment of a law "prohib
iting the intermarriage of whites w ith blacks
and making it a criminal offence. It U
'aaid the petition came Irom thU county
Petitions or a similar character have been
" aeut to Harrisburg from other counties. A
law of this kind would be nothing more
' than proper and right.
" .Gen. Tom Thumb This distinguished A
merican dwarf will be on exhibition at this
-'place on Satardar. March 2d. Two exbi-
:lions will given, afternoon and evening.
Tom is a particular favorite, especially
with the ladies. He is rather handsome,
bat what is more remarkable, he is so uu
"lifulfy $mat, only 31 inches in height, and
S5 lbs. in weight. He is said to be 23 years
"of age. A good opportunity is afforded
those who have never seen him. Call and
' see him, Tom will ba pleased (6 converse
Twith yoo. '
The Democratic Association A lare
'number or Democrats met in the Court
'House last Thursday evening, to complete
"the arrangements for establishing a Demo
"cratic Association. A consihuiion was
adopted, and the various Committees re--ported.
Near S1C0 bad been raised with
oct any exertion whatever. The room in
the Exchange Buildings, formerly occupied
by the "Republican," has been rented and
fiuei op and in a few days will be open to
the reading public irrespective of party or
locality." The principal Democratic news
papers in the United States will be taken.
"Suitable furniture, maps, pictures, etc. will
rbe supplied.. Daniel Lee was elected Li
brarian, and a number bf necessary Commit
'tees appointed. Adjourned to ; meet again
'in the Register's Office on Saturday even
log Feb. 9lh, 1861. . .
TtfE "FAbmerasd Gardener," as also the
"Americam Bee JocRNit," 'or February, are
'received. The former, in addition to its
bsnal embellisbmeats, contains a finely en
graved Iron jspiece of the celebrated Fur
isfr'i Jajie, of Philadelphia, the finest
"edifice of its kind i& the world. Jn addi
tion to this it is filled to repletion with the
most useful and seasonable reading. The
American Bee Journal comes to us with all
the promises made in the first number ful
felsd. Asthis is the only journal of its
Viasiin the United States, and as it is only
printed in the most unexceptionable man
ner, bat edited with marked ability; it can
tot fail to incceed". The publishers, desi--ross
of ; introducing these two valuable
"Works, offer them both, together with a pre
.jx'ieppy of a handsome Premium Book, for
the iriSins stia Of On DcUar and Ffig Cents;
cr, eUher ona bf theth itid a Premiurrl Book
ioiMOnt Bo'tlzr. This is certainly cheaper
thaa Sny other publications of the' lahoe
Size an l character ia die United . Stitea
CSrecii3ten numbers are farnisKeJ v'th
b'J. cKare, bf tie publishers, A. M. Spins
ter &' Co , Kid3 llthU ZlxiU SJah; Thila-
, :For Sale or Rent.
fp.THE subscriber offers, three 'Honses
A and lots for sale, or rent, one in Blooms
bofgpe at Buckhorn, ard -one rt lower
Lime iKtdge, also a Store Room and grana
ry suitable for a small Store, or Grocery, ' it
being'in a good locality ot the town.
V. GEORGE WEAVER.
Bloomsburg Feb. 6, 1861. '
1 Oil f(( Dozen Egas want
lUUjUUU jtpfeg Office 1
d at the
cash wilt be paid.
A. C. MENSCH, Agt.
Bloomaburz, Jan. 30. 1861 tf.
A good CANAL BOAT for
sale cheap. Terms to suit
E. H. LITTLE.
Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 16, 1861.
A LL persons indebted to (he undersigned
for Professional set vires up to April
1st, 1860, are respectfully requested to call
and settle, either by Note or otherwise.
J. C. RUTTER, M. D.
Bloomsbnrg, -An. 15. 1850.-tf.
,4 CONVENIENT House and lot' in
B!comburz. The garden is an
excellent one, and a good well of
water on ine premises
ulars apply to
- ''! r .
For further panic
Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 9, 1861 4w.
''ARISE TAKE CP THY BED AND WALK."
T he Analytical Pfiysidnn and Surgeon.
IS daily astonishing his pat'ini by lh.e
pii rp n f I nn ff fifanilinfT Hlaqsok ' Ut
EMEDfES ARE PURELV TEET-
JSL.E. He will he at the lpllowipg places
ine same uas 01 eacn muntti as f-utea.pe
10 w, wnen ne can ue con.uiteu lor a
eases flesh i heir lo. t "
At Nicely's, in Berwick;. "28th and 29ih.
The Exchaifge. Blbomsburg. 30lh lo 1st
' The Montour House Danville, 2d & 3d
January 30, 1861 m-pd.
4 STATED meeting ot the Teachers' A
sociation of Columbia county, wiil be
held at l.i"ht S'reet, in the Brir-k Schoo
House, on Saturday the 9ih day of Februa
ry next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Addresses will be deiivered, Essays read
Question tfiscufsed, and Officers electee
tor the ehsuinjr year.
Teacheis and all friends of'EJucation are
earnestly inyiied 10 attend.
By order of the Ex. Committee,
, L, (A PPLEMAN, Chairman.
January 2i, 1861.
Estate of Peter Kline, late of Locust to'wnihip,
Columbia county deceased
It 'ETTE'RS of administration on the etate
ol "Peter Kline, late of Locust township,
Columbia coony, deceased, have been
2 ranted by the 'Reiter of said coun'y to
Martin V. B. Kline, residing in the lowa
ship and county aforesaid. ( A" persons
having claims or demands againl the es ate
of the decedeM are rerjued to make
ihem known to the undersigned and thoe
indebted to the estate to rnalce payment to
the admitiistraior without delay. ,
.. MARTIN V. B. KLINE.
January 23, 1861 6w. Adair.
EstvtenfJJohn C Oeurharl late of Franklin
township, Columbia county, deceased.
LE1TERS of Administration on the estate
of Juhn C.'Gearhart, late of Franklin
township, Colombia cn'aniy, deceased, nave
been granted, bj .lhe Regintjer of said coun
ty, to Daniel C Gearhart, of Maine jown
ship, and county aforesaid. All persons
having claims or demand against the es
tate of the decedent are requited to make
them known to the administrator and those
indebted lo the estate lo make payment
January 23, 1861 6w. Admr.
ITBUC SOTICE FOR LICENSES.
NOTICE is hereby given that th follow
ing persons in Colombia connly, have
filed their petitions In the Court. of Quarter
Sessions, of the said county lor Tavern Li
cense in their respective lowifshrp, which
said petitions will be presented U the said
Court on londay, the 4th day of February,
A. D., 1661, of which all pemons iutereied
will take notice, and the L'cene will be
granted on Wednesday, the 6ih day of Feb
ruary next 2 o'clock", p. m'.
Applicants'. .y , r Tpwnshtps
Ezek.iel Cole, Tavern,
JACOB EYERLY, Clerk
Bluomi'buVu, Jan. 9, 1861.
One llrindred Tons of Cay'li Lake
AT THE CATTAWISSA MILLS.
npBE undersigned would repctlully in-
form the public generally that they
have on hand a large amount of . superior
CAYCGl LAKC PLASTER,
all of which they offer lor sale, in large or
small quantities, nron tne rhot. reasonable
lerrnit Peroons-Aic'ishins a good article of
' . t 1 . v.t ' 1 1 1 :
ptapier wouiu uo wfj ip can anu cianiin
this before purchasing elsewhere,
C. W. M'KELVY & CO.
Cai'awisFa, Jan. 30, 1861 3m.
JVOTICE is hereby giving to all legatees,
creditors and other persons interested
in the estates bf the . respective decedents
and minors', that the following administra
tion and guardian accounts have been filed
in !te office or the Jlegister of Columbia
county, and will be preiented for confirma
tion and allowance lo the Orphan's Conn,
lobe, held at. Bloomsbnrg, in the connty
aforesaid. 'dn Wednesday the 6th da of Feb.
nexl, at 2 d'clbcfc, tri the aliernoon.
1. The acconht of .John Conner, Admr.
of the estate of Ann Conner late of Green
wood township deceased: ,
2. The account of William .N. .Brown,
Guardiac of Lydia A. Drabber, (Idle Lydia
A. Eckrote,) ' ..
3. The. first accodnt (DfThrhas Cline, &
Kephari Cline, Executors of Godfrey Clice,
tale bf Orange twp., deceased
4. The second and final accoilrit bf Wil
liam Hess, Execdtor of Conrad Hess; late
of Susarloaf township, deceived. ,
5. The first and final accbiint bf George
Weaver, AdmV. ol the estate Reuben W.
Weaver, late of Bloom tbw,nhip deiceksed
6. The aecooitt ol Peter Noiss, Adm'r. ' of
Jacob Nuss, laiebf Mf3 ci township, dee 'd
as filed by Gideon Nuss Adm'r. of Peter
Nues deceased. ' ' " ( -
7. The account of John Shurrlarl ind
Charles Hartrnan Executors of the estate of
John Hart.-nan, lata of Catiawissa township
deteaed; , ; .
. , ' ; DANIEL LEE, ; -:
P.iisTEa's OVnee,- IteiVtef'.
- ; GRAJ?t -'ortfRous, , .
For February Term, '1801.
Bloom Ephraim Armstrong. 4,
Beaver Georae Longenbrger,a .
briar ureen -Henry uamon, weorge ,vans,
Andrew toiler. .. I,
Rnr Knrwir.k John Hilfh. Abna Fail IDS.
CaUavfisaa Samuel Kos-tenoauJer.
Conyngham Daniel T. McKjeman.,
Centre John Hotton, Elisha W. M. Low. 1
Jackson Johr,' Rants,
Locust Will ia.m Miller...
Montbut,Thoraas Weaver. . ...
1 CUH9 II OlllVOIt .. ,
Mfc Pleasant,. Thomas J. Wellyer.
Mifflin Henry Hettler, Win. Fry.
Orange Michael, Hagenbuch.
Pine John Wijimirp.,..
Sagarloaf--Ricnard Kile. . ...
oloom Adrian Vanhouton,
Benton Richard Stiles.
6riar Creek Peter M. Trsuh, John Yost.
Bor Berwick" George McBride, James
Beaver David Fry.
Centre Mordecai Hicks, Joseph Ruckle,
Thomas Conner, Johc Hayman Joseph
Fishing Creek Samuel Ash, Wm. Mears,
Hemlock- Peter Brdgler, Xhomas' J. Van-
derslice. George Weryier. v
Locust John .Veager Jr., Daniel .Miller.
Miiin John Keller, Thomas Aten, Benj
Yohe. r . ft
Mt. ' Pleasant Eri lkler, George Oman.
Pir.e John Cotner,
Roarinacreek Abraham Witner.
Susarloaf Jacob HerringtotK Samuel Hess
Sr.mi Hnnrv Melick. Daiial Melick
Cattawissa benjamin tieaver,Jonn weaver
Madion Jhbn v. Kinney.
List of Trials, lor Feb. Term, 1S61
1. Jacob Schuyler, vs. William Aster.
Jacob Sanders, vs. William Jleiz.
Townsend W. Kahler, vs. Daniel Ney
'John McMulligon, et. al. vs. Samue
Nathaniel E. Rutter. et. a I. vs. Abram
Lavma Cole. vs. Aaron Lntz & Wife
And. Creveltng vs Anorew Alehck,et ai
Clinton D. Herririe. el. al. vs. Daniel t
David Yosf, vs. George Hydler
Isaac Tvler. vs. Jacob Berlin et. al.
Francis Jorden. et. al. vs. Elisha B
Francis'Jorden et. al. vs. Elisha B. Pur
cat al Q 1 .
R. j. Lyon, vs. Montgomery Coxel.al
Isaac iyier, o. nnuion
15, Siephen Pohe, vs. Lindly VV. Wooley.
lb- Jacob R. S ine. vs Robert J. Lyons.
John Ludwig, vs. Franci R. Weaver,.
Samuel Fetterman, vs. Wright Hushes.
John Young, vs Benjamin Wiriiersteep'
J. Wesley Bowman, Vs. Michael Frantz,
21. Mjchsel'GrahamV'et. al.vs. J. V. Cros-
22. J. P 'McCoftiim',et.al.vs.Erastus'Hen.
derftjot. et- al. .x , , 1
23 I evi Kutz, vs. William Linden
24. George W. Stmten, vs Joseph F. Long.
25. The Maryland Anthracite Coal Compa-
ny, vs. John Ludwig.
Philip Wiutersteen, vs.
.terteen. ., ... ,
lohn Pealer, vs. Daniel Edgar et. al.
Lewis Lbwenberg, et. al.vs. John Dyer.
Wo'lf, Westler k Co. vs. Danil F. Sey
bert. .... $35,00,
PAYS the enure cost for. Tuitfon in ibe
jnot popular and successful Commer
cial Schpol ,in the country. Upward, of
Tw e lv e. H u n db xd yoii.g meiijrqm twxbtt
eight different States, 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 upon graduating, who knew
nothing of accounts wben they entered
F Ministers' sons hall price. Student
enter at any time, and review when they
please, without extra charge..
For Catalogues of 84 . pages, specimens
of Prof. Cowley'n Buiues and Ornamental
Penmanship, and a large Engravin" of 'he
College, inclose twenty-five cents in Post
age Stamps to the Principal. t
'JENKINS &,SAV1TH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
January .9, !8rJl. w
SttlXlftG Ol F CHEAP.
AT L T. SHARPLESS' 'Cheap Cash
DeLains & Calicoes,
Hats and Caps,
Ladies' Hoop Skirts,
Coat, Pants, and Vess.
Having engaged the Store Houte former
ly occupied by Jno. Barton dec d, I am
now prepared to lake all kinds of Grain in
exchange for Goods. ,
L. T. SHARPLESS
Bloomburg, Dec. 12, 1860. tf.
TOTICE is hereby given lhat the fol
Jl lowing Dersonal property belonging lo
lVlliam fn2. has been placed in ihe hands
of Lawrence Marr, of Scott township, Co
lombia countv for keeDinz. One Mare, one
Spring Wagon, one set of doobN Harnss
Scott mwnship, January 2d, 1B61.
E. IL LITTLE,
IJI.OOIISISL KG, Pii.
Office in Court Alley; formerly occupied by
Chaile" R. Buckalew.
Deeember?8, 1859. tf.
JVOTICE is hereby given that two or three
spacious rooms will be let oti reasonable
terms. Inquire ol ,
CHARLES II. NOLL.
Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 2d, 1861
T JOSEPll SUAEPLESS.
r FOUNDER AND MACHINE ST,
Buildings on the alley between the "Ex
change" and "Ameiican Hoose."
FOR S A liEi
SEVERAL desirable -Building Lot
Rfrtnmchnrar. for sale. Inouire of.
June 26, 1860tf. VV.' WHtT.
S?ore.cn' fh'e opper part of. Maiq Sl.j nearly
The Crisis of tlie Union ! !
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r a .
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THE DAY D OK holds that this is a
government 01 VVhne Men,, aqd Jnat injcri
otify of social and political position tor the
negro race, superiority tor tne whija race, is
the natural order ot American Society.
All who want lo refute the .arguments of
the ami-slavery itesv and understand the ne
gro question, snouiu,.read iu uemocrats,
Constitutional .men. rnuot see to it that
sound papers are circulated among the
people, or Black Republican principles will
never be (pmdawn 0 ,u
THE V EEKLY DAY-BOOK FOR 1861
will, he greatly improved and. several new
features, aiddfd, making the . bel family
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l,oreReading , gaiter, Letters on Educa
tionAble. Agricultural Article, Sketches
ofLiv'ipg Amejrican Anlhor, Sketches on
Cooks and Ccokery, and Full Reports ol
Cattle and. other Markets. , 1
It will also commencejibn the 1st of Janu-ary-j
A New and Ortiginal Slorj by Prof.
Peck, ol Ga., entitled f
A Tale of the Early Settlement of Georgi.
A Thrilling Siory of Pippeer Lile, The
Creek War &c. T.hesei features, together
with Sperial European Correspondence, a
full digest of news, foreign and domestic,
make it a . . -
BUSINESS FAMILY AND XITERARY
All combined imp one, and at a cheaper
rate than any other paper published.
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VAN EVRIE, HORTON&Co.,
162 Nassau Street, New York.
. To Persons ..
TlJ'r OF EIPI-OY.IIEXT.
. AgESTS WASTED TO SELL
ERIE SETilNG MACHINE.
WE will give a Commission, or wages
at from. S25 to 60 per month, and
expenses paid. .. lnis is a new juacnine,
and 8.0 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 Sewing Machine in nse, and
the price is but Fifteen Dollars.
trereons wishing, an agency wilt ad
dress.. - J, N. BOY LAN,
'Secretary ,Erie Sewing Machine Company,
Tinware & Store Establishment.
- forms bis old friends
that be has purchased bis brother's interest
in tbe above establishment, and tne con
cern will hereafter be conducted by himself
exclusively. He has just recoived and of'
fers (or rale the largest and moM ex
tensive assortment of FANCY STOTVS
ever introduced into this market.
Stovepipe , and Tin.wa're t constantly on
hand and. manuaclureq, to order. All kinds
of lepairirVg done, as, usual, nn short .not ice.
The paronsge.pf old friends and new cus
tomers is respectfully spliciied.
,. , .1 A.M. RUPERT-
Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 12. 1853.. tf.
w w w ac
J'- M J.
OF ALL KINDS,
AT J. J. B ISO AVER'S
Cheaper than Hver
May 1, I860.
THE -. ,
North Second Street; above Arcb,
U. II. EDWKDSj-Froprietoir.
February 22. i860. ly.
r?y rtr nyt sT 9
NORTH WEST CORNER
EikliUi and Race Mtreets9
7 Always on hand, a lull assortment of
Hats arid Cas for Meu Boys an4 Children,
allow prices f Feb. 22. I860.
bAVID LbtVENDERG, .
C LO THING STORE,
On Main street, two doors above the "Amer
iiiram . noTFEn;
Offiee hear.WiUcn's Carriage shop, Main St
, . A. BI. RUPERT, ,
TINNER STOVE DEALER,
Sbop 00 South side of Main street, below
S. C. SIIIE,
IlianujaclureT of Furniture an. Cabinet Ware
Ware room in Shive's Block, on Main Stteet.
... THE PE
1 11 ailitg Branches,
SS tEHZAvACT;ON ,
CARSrCLLY BEVIsaO BT M&8. 8. .J. IIALC.
IT TELLS YOU HOW p rchoose all kinds
of M.eals,'Povillry, and Game,' with' all
the various and most approved modes of
dressing. and cooking Beef and Pork ; also
the best aqd, simplest way of saltiog, pick
ling and curing the same.
IT TEXLS YOU .ACL the yarions and
most approved ipoJea of dressing, jcooking,
and boning Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Poultry,
and Game .of . , all .kinds, with the different
Dressings, Gravies, and Stuffings appro
priate to eacb.. ., v
IT .TELLS YOU HOW ,tp., choose, ciean,
and preserve rish of all kinds, and how 10
sweeten it when tainted : also all the va
rious and m.oM approved modes of cooking,
with the different Dressings, Sauces, and
Flavorings appropriate to each.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approved modes of .preparing over
fifty different-kinds of ..Meat, Fish. Fowl.
Game, and Vegetable Sopps, Broths, and
Stews, with the Keliehes and besonings
appropriate to each.
IT TELLS YOU ALL. the various and
most approved modes of cooking Vegeta
bles of every, description, also bow to pre
pare Pickles, Catsups and Curries of all
kinds, Potted Meats, Fish, Game, Mush
rooms, &c, - !
,IT TELLS YOU. ALL the varionsand
most approved modes of preparing and
cooking a.lt. of Plain and Fancy Pas
trv, Puddings, , Omelettes, Fritters, Cakes,
Confectionery, Preserves, Jellies, and Sweet
Dishes of every description.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the varionsand
most approved modes of making Bread,
Ruffes, Muffins, and Biscuit, ihe best
method ol preparing Coffee, Chocolate, and
Tea, and how to make Syrups, Cordial.'',
and Winesot various kinds.
'IT TELLS YOU HOW to vet onl and oi
namept a Tajble, how lo Carve all kinds of
Fiph, Fleshor Fowl, and in short, ,how lo so.
simplify the. whole Art of Cooking a1) to
bring ihe choicest luxuries of the table
within every bpdy's .reach. :,
The book contains 4 J8 .pages, .and up
wards of twelve hundred . Receipts, al of
, which are the results of .actual experience,
having been fully and carefully .tested un
der the personal superintendence of the
writers. It is printed in a clear and opn
type, is illustrated,with appropriate engra
ving, and will be forwarded to any addres,
neatly bound, and postage paid, on receipt
ot the price, $1.00. .or in cloih, extra, SI. 25.
SI OOO a Year
can. ba made, by enterpris ng men every
where. in selling. Ihe above work, our in
ducements to all fueh being very liberal,
ior finale copies,, cf ,1fie Bock, or for
terms to agents,, wun other lniormaiton
apply to pr address
JOHN E. POTTERPqblisber,,
, i No. 617 Sansom St., Philadelphia.
Great Worli on the Horse.
TOE II0RS)3 ANBniS 'ISEASES ;
BJ ROBERT V. 8.,
Professor of Pathology and, Operative Surgery
in the Veterinary College of Phdadelpaia,
WILL TELL YOU of the Origin, History
and distinctive traits of Ihe various
breeds of European, Asiatic, African and
American Horses, with the physical forma
tion and peculiarities of the animal, and
how to ascertain his age by the number
and condition of his teeth; illustrated with
numerous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you ol Breeding, Breaking, Sta
bling, Feeding, Groomins, Shoeing, and the
general management of the horse, with the
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mfw nnnriQ r
I V Bm w v w m
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FALL AXD WIXTER
CS CE CE QD b23 &
AT MILLER'S STORE !
flHE subscriber has ust returned from the
- City w'uh 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 as moderate terms a can be procured
elsewhere in Bloorpsburg. Hi? slock com
prises Ladies' Dress Goods,,
of the choiceslstyles and latet fashions.
DRY GOOD S, .
Hardware, Queensware, Ce-darw-are, Hol
lowware, Ifon, Nails, 1'oots i Shoes, Hats
and Cajis, &c, &c . . In short, everything
usually kepi in country Stores; to which he
invites the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
Bloomsbnrg, Oct. 24, 1860.
New Fall Goods.'
LARGE STOCK AM) LOU PRICES.
VVe have aaain been to the city, and re
' " turned wi;h a large stock of Goods for
the seaon, which we are prepared to sell
al a low figure for ready pay. Our stock
i consists of ,
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, W il-lQW-wa;e,4Io(llow;v.are,
BOOTS AND SHO ES,
Groceries, Nails, Irpn, Fih, Salt, Plaster,
Fluid, CampUene Oil, While Lead by ihe
Keg, cheap, &V, &c 1 "
II. C. & I- W. HARTMAN.
Bloomsburg.Oct. 17, 1S60.
tl THE PitlXCFr OF WALES IS
NOW CREATING QUITE A
. Throughout this Cotintry.
I llT there,i great exciieinent down town
caused by the arrival of a new and- se
lect siock of Goods just received at L. T.
SHARPLESS' Cheap Cash Store. Having
iusi returned from Philadelphia with a Htok
heretolore onrivaieo, ne nauers Dtmsen
f i l a a . if
that he can satislv all ol ine oeauty and ad
vantages of the Cash zytem by Ibe.exceed
Inslv low prices with which be is able to
sell. : ' -
consists ol dress gooits pf every vanely,
Silks, Plaids, Fig'd Thibets, Cashmeres,
Plain and fancy DeLaines &c. &c. Ladies
Broche and Reversable Shawls, Genl'i
Shawls; Coat, Cloajc and Mantle Cloths,
Fancy Cassimeres, V.e6Ungs, Satins, Lawns,
Flannels, Ginghams, Calicoes &c.,&c, Boots
ar.d Shoes: A iarge assortment- ot Gum
shoes which will be disposed oi at the low
esi prices. Hats and Caps, Table and floor
,; ?M?ns of tYtrj Kindt
Queenesware, Groceries, Floor and feed
&C.&C. ' -.
An examination of tbe slock i solicited
as-.no charge is made lor an exhibition, q
tbe goods, uraio ar.cLall marhetaole pro
duce taken in exchatfge for gootls.
HEALTH AKD; ITS PLEASURES,
Disease With Its A&onletj
C CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM. .
II O LTi O W A Y ' S P 1 1- li S.
i.: i 1 . I
NERYOU.3 DiSORDERS." '
What is moMr-fearfnl-than breaking
down ot the nervous sy stent V To be exci
table or nervous in a'smail degr'ee ix most
distressing, for whefe 'can a remedy b
found? There is one r-drjuk" but f little
wine, beer, or spirits, or far. better, none.;
lake no coffee, weak . tea being preferable;
et all the fresh air yoq can ; take three or
I four Pills every night; eai plenty of solids,
.avoiding the use of slops ; and if these gold
en roles are followed, yon will be nappy
in mind and strong in body, and forget yoa
have, any nerves. , .,. , .'"
' mothers and daughters .
If 4hefe is one 'thing more than 'another
for which these Pills are so famous it is
their purifying properties,' especially, their
power of cleansing ihe blood from.' all im
purities, and removing dangeroos'and sus
pended secretions. Universally adopted at
.theone giand remedy for female complaints
they never tail, never weaken the system,
and always bring about vfht is required.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
. These feelings which -so sadden' ttsmost
frequently arise from 'annoyances or troub
le, from obstructed perspiration, or from
eating and drinking-what is unfit for ns,
thns disordering the liver and stomach.
These organs must be regulated if yoawisk
to be well. The Pills, it taken, according
to the printed instructions, will quickly re
store a heanhy action lo Aoih t liver and
stomach, whence follow as a natural con
sequence, a gocd appeiiie- and a clear head.
In tne East arid West Indies-, scaicely .any
other medicine is ever used for these dis
orders. ' ; :
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS. .
In all diseases affecting these -Organs,
whelher they secrete too much or' tee little
water; or whether they be afflicted with
stone or gravel, or with aches and pain
settled in the loins over the regions of tbe
kidneya.,these Pills should. bo taken accor
ding to ihe printed instruction directions,
and the Ointment should - be well rubbed
into the small of the back ai bed time. This
treatment will give almost immediate relief
when; all other means have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORPER
No medicine will so effectually 'improve
Ihe tone of the stomach as these Pills; 4h,sy
remove all acidity, occasioned either by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce it to a healthy
action; they are wonderfully efficacious iu
cafes of spasm in fact they never, fail in
curing all disorders ol the li er and stomach.
. i i
Holltrway's nils are the best remedy tnwn in
the world Jor the following diseases.
Blotches on the
Constipation of tha
Scrofula, or '
Sione acd Gravel,
Ulcers,- i .
Worms of all kinds
Fevers of all
CAUTION '.'.None are genuine unless
he words "HoUowav, New York end Lon
don," are discernable as a ' Walermiirh in
every leaf of the book of directions around
each poLor box ; the samiv may be plainly
seen by, holding the hbfto the light. A hand
some reward will, be .given to" any one
rendering such information as may lead to
the detection of any party or pasties .. coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
same, knowing them lo be spurious. r
Sold a, the Manufactory of Professor
HolloA-av. 80 Maiden Lane; New York, and
by alt respectable-Druggists and Dealers io
Medicine, throughout the cml'zen world,
in boxes at 25 cents, 62 cents and 1 each.
Cy There is considerable eaving by ta
king the larger sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance .of p a
tients in every disorder are affixed to each
October, 17, i860.
- BLOOMSBUJIG 7
BARBER SHOP.,, .
rilHE undersigned respectfully: inlorm me
A citizens of Bloomsburg', and the 'public
senerally, lhat hef . has" taken the Barber
Shop, located on Main Street, in the white
Frame Building, nearly opposite me ex
change B.!ock, where he is at all limes ready
to wait upon h;s customers to entire sans-
factien. r. - : . : " v ;
SHAVING AND HAIRDRESSING, .
Will be executed with care and neatness
nd In the most fashionable style, and on
ve'V mo'ieraie terms. . f !v
hampooln2ldone np.in liij tyte.
He solicits public patronage . a n't pledgea
his best endeavors to give every reasonable
t.at i taction. -. . -
CHARLES HENRY NOLL.
Cloomsburg, Oci. 12, 1859. .
' : f s i r '
THE undestgned beirt thankful for past
favors, and grateful forlulure pros
pects, eesires to inioTm
the citirens o this place i
and. vicinity, and his1
friends and patrons in particular, that he
still carries on the above business in aH us
various branches, at his old stand, on Main
streei, nearly opposite the Episcopal Church
Blooreeborg. He employs Ibe, very , bet
workmen, and uses nothing bui good stock.
No pains. are spared lo make teat .fits and
durable work ; all of which can be obtained
very low for ready pay. - . . 1 1
JACOB F. JHETTERICH.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 1, 1850-ly.
Flour ami FGed DeliTerectI
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST t,
rH!E Undersigned ba made arrange.
A .meutsnhat will enable him le. deliver
flour and Feed, FOR CASH, abruu Jen per
cent, cheaper than any bodv eU in town.
His prices ara an follows : . .
Flour S7 25; Corn and Oas, Chop ?t 55;
Corn and Rye Chop tl 65; B;an 51 10;
I respeotlully fcoljc'i a share of tte pntir'c