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STAR OF THE NORTH. BLOOMS BU RG, PA. Wednesday Borcinf, February 27lh, 1861. The price of country produce is declin ing. Butler and Eggs are coming down to a lair maiketable price. See table. Oca attentive members at Harrisburg, both of the House and Senate, have our thanks for documentary favors. All Kinds of Job Work executed at this Office with neatness and, despatch, and up on the most reasonable terms. We are prepared to print from a small card up to a reasonably large sized poster. Ox Monday morning last, Sheriff Snyder started for the ' Eastern State Penitentiary, with the young man who was sentenced for a term not exceeding one year, at our las: regular Session of Court. Gen. George Washington Morrison Nntt, the small dwarf -travelling through the country as a rival of Gen. Tom Thumb, will exhibit in this place on Thursday (to mor row) afternoon, in the Court Honse. Those who look to their interest adver tise with us. Our paper is no: only gaining an extensive circulation but has already one that will compare favorably with any country newspaper. Attention is directed to the new advertisements in this week's paper. Cheap John (not Dr. John) has opened rooms a few doors above our office where he is felling goods at enormously low pri ces.' He is an itinerant gentleman going from one town to another and selling a good many articles of merchandise. Th length of the proceedings of the Democratic State Convention has excluded from oor paper to-day its usual Tariety. The proceedings of this Convention are worthy of all the space they occupy and a careful perusal. The Original General Tom Thumb, will itit this place on Saturday next, and give two exhibitions, in the Court House, in the atternoon and evening. 1 his may be the last opportunity our citizens may have of heeing Mr Thumb, especially the original and we would say go and eee him. Revival Meeting Our Methodist friends in this place are still holding a revival meeting in their church, which is being at tended with good success. Fifty oiie have J a'ready connected themselves with the rhnrch. The deny and Members have labored faithful for nearly two months, and they have the satisfaction of seeing that iheir labors have been rewarded. An editor not a thousand miles from this . i r .l... i i t , , i . ,,.ai .ut. co.umn suouiu not l-e crowded out under any circumstances We have seen fome columns appear that might as well have been dispensed with, at least as far as the general local interest was carried out. We localize when there is p.mieih'ng worth' of attention and space in our paper; and not for the name of lo calizing do we keep open such a column. Stores, shops, and so forth, wishing to be puffed must come down ! In Speakiso of the P,iter, the Reading Jfiiy Leader says the publishers of this periodical, an excellent monthly newspa per devoted to the interests of the "Ar. preservative of all arts," offer as a a pre mium, a Job Printing Office worth S 1,1)00 to i the fortunate individual out of 5,500 ad vance paying subscribers, to whom a re sponsible Committee may award it. They also intend opening an Advertising Agency in May next, and we know no firm, better calculated to make such business success ful. - - Peterson's Magazine made its appear ance a little too late, to receive a. notice in our last." It is the March number that is in question. - The first of the month is not yet "riere, although the Magazine has been is sued and delivered to patrons nearly two weeks ago. The present namber is not asily excelled in its fashion department or to point ot literature. A splendid number is laid before its readers. We believe this to be the cheapest publication of the kind issued two dollars per annum and as an evidence of the fact, we only need advert to its large circulation. Charles J. Peter son, pablisher, Philadelphia. David Lowenberu. Clothing Merchant and Jeweler, of this place, desires as to state that he has just returned from the cities of lSTew York and Philadelphia, where he has been purchasing goods for the purpose of replenishing his already large stock, which he has on hand, at his store on Main Street, a few doors above the "American House 3f 31 r. L.bas a handsome stock of good-1, and is prepared to manufacture any garment desired, with neatness and despatch, npon the most liberal terms. His jewelry de partment is not by any means neglected.- It makes a handsome display.' For farther particulars call and examine his merchan dise. -.-- -. .' llollotcay't Pills and Ointment.- The phi losophy of health. Asthma, Bronchitis and affections of the c hest. Disease is frequent ly the effect of circumstances, neglect, ex posure, want ot precaution being among its roost active cinses trifles, light in them selves, often Head to the most distressing -results. . Cplcls and conghs Jor example, are sometime unnoticed until they settle on the lungs, and coLSumption is the con sequence;' tfssame is applicable to asth ma, bronchitis and diseases or the rispira tory organs. Holloway's Pills and Oint ment should be used on the first symptoms of colds and coughs the Ointment well rubbed into the regions of the throat and chest will give freedom to the breathing and nip in tne,bud all tendency to iofiama tion ; while the pills will fortify the system asainstlhe i man and inclemencies of the seisoa.- THE ORIGINAL GENERAL TOM THUMB, THE SJIAIalVEST MAN AI-.IVE ! AT THE COURT HOUSE, . . i IU BLQOltTSETJUG. POSITIVELY FOR ONE DAY, ONLY ; Saturday March 2d. Two entertainments earn ; al'ernoon at 3. evening at 7J o'clock. Doors open half an hour previous. The Little General aopears in all hi new Songs, Dances, Imitations, Siaties, fcc as sisted by Mr. VV. TOM LIN, the great F.rig lish Baritone and Buffo, Irom the Nobili ties' Concerts, London; Mr. WILLIAM DE V ERE, the American Tenor, and Mr. C. G. TITCOMB. Pianist. AMISSIONS : Day entertainment 25 cents. Children under ten years 13 cents. Evening entertainment 15 cent. Chil dren nnder 10 years J cents. Reserved neat 25 cents. Schools admired on liber al terms. The General rides in his Minia ture Carriage from the Exchange Hotel io the Court House. GTHe visit Danville March 4. ALFRED CATELY, Business Ag't. Feb. 6, 1861 4t. Administrator's Notice. Eslvleof John C. Geurharty late of Franklin township, Columbia county, deceased. LETTERS of Administration on the estate of John C. Gearhart, late of Franklin township, Columbia coun'y. deceased, nave been granted, by the Register of said coun ty, to Daniel C Gearhart, of Maine town ship, and county aforesaid. All persons having claims or demands Hgainst the es tate of the decedent are requested to make them known to the a.lministrator and those indebted to the estate to make payment immediately to DANIEL C. GEARHART. January 23, 1861 6. Admr. Administrator's Notice. Estate of Peter Kiine, late of Locust township, Columbia county deceased I ETTERS of administration on the estate of Peter Kline, late of LocuM township, Columbia county, deceased, have beesi granted by the Renter of haid county io Martin V. B. Kline, residing in the tow.i ship and county aforesaid. All persons having cl.tims or demands against the esiate of the decedent are requested to make them known to the ondeisigned, and those indebted to the estate to make payment to the administrator without delay. MARTIN V. B. KLINE. Jannary 23, 1861 6w. Admr TAKE CP THY BED AND WALK." The Analytical Physician and Surgeon, IS daily astonishing his patients by the enre of long standing diseases. HIS REMEDIES ARE PURELY VEGCTA nLD. He will be at the lollowing places the same dajs of each month as stated be low, when he can be consulted lor all dis eases flesh is heir to. COXSULTATIOX FREE. At NiceVs, in Berwick. 2Slh and 29th. 4 The Exchange. Bloomsburg. 30lh to Is!. 4 The Monour House, Danville, 2J &, 3d. January 30, 1861 Im-pd. Sheriff's Sales. y virtue of a wirt of Alias Vtn. Exponas, to trie directed, isued out of the Court , ftf rcmmnil Piti:ls of ,he co. of Columbia penii lvani,will be exposed to public sale at the Court House in Bloomsburg on ' SATURDAY". THE 2D OF MARCH, j 1861, at one o'clock in the afternoon the ! following described property to wit: all that certain iract ot Land situate in :ugar- at township, Columbia coitntv, bounded a follows to wit : Beginning at a post in line of land of Jonathan C. Pennington, aiid corner of land of George Moore, thence on Road North eighteen and a hall degrees West, ninety five perches and six ten'hs to J anJ chripan L. Moore, South eighty four and three quarter degree, West lorty nine and one tenth perches to a post, thence by lands ot Chri-tian L. Moore, South twelve and a half degrees, Eat ninety three perch es and cghi tenihs to a pot, thence by lands of Ezekiel Shnltz and J. C. Penning ton, North eighty four and three quarter degrees Eat, fifty nine and two tenth per ches io the place of Beginning, Containing Thirty one Acres and seventy eight perches strict measure nearly all of which is im proved land. Whereon are erected a one and a halt Story Plank dwelling Home, a Frame Bank Bern, a Frame Wagon Shed, a Destil House and other out buildings with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as tne property of Jibx F. Lawbaci. ALSO -At the ame time ami place by virtue of a writ, Yen. Ex , to me directed all that certain lot of land situate in J.mepon's addition to Centerville Center townthp, Co lumbia county, Lot No. 28 in Plot of said addition, bounded and described as follows, on the North by lot of William Kroraer, on the Ea-l by an alley, on the South bv an alley and on the West a ttreel ol said Ccn treville, Containing one third of an acre be the same more or lss. Whereon are erect ed a two siory frame dwelling House and other out buildings with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the prcperty of Harrison Luhman. JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff Bloomsburg, Feb. 20, 1661. rmuc SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE. IN pursuar.ee of an order of the Orphans' Court of Columbia county, on FRIDAY THE 29TH DAY OF MARCH next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Petler S. Helwig and John P. Walter Executor, ot the last will and testament of Jacob Hel wig late of Locust township, in said county deceased, will expose lo sale, by Pubi c Vendue, upon the premises, a certain TRACT OF LAND adjoin in 2 Peter Swenk on the North, Dn iei Beae on the South, William Irvin on the West and "Peter Swenk on the East, containing ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT ACRES, more or less. Whereon are erect ed two dwelling houses, a frame Bank Barn. Wagon House, and other out buildings, a A GOOD APPLE ORCHARD, about Ninety Acre cleared and under good cultivation. Late the estate of said dee'd., situate in the township of Locust and coun ty aforesaid. ' 1 JACOB EYERLY, Cleik. Copteitioxs or Salk. Ten pet cent, at sale, balance of one third on first day of April 1861, one third first day of Apiil 1862, with interest, and one third 00 the first day ot April 1863, with interest, balance after payment of first April 1861, to be secured by judgment bo"d and mortgage. Deed to be delivered on firsl of April, at the ex pease oi ths purchaser, and on bis securing the unpaid purchase money by bond and mortgage. PETER S. HELWIG, ) Fw JOHN P. WALTER, J ' February 20, 1861, . , . IIIRABI C. II0WER, SURGEON DENTIST, Office near Wilscn's Carriage shop, Main St STATEMENT OF THE FINANCES or the COUNTY OF COLUMBIA. From the 1st day of January, 1860..O the 1st day of January, 1861. THE Auditors elected to settle and adjust the Puili'; Accounts of 'Columbia county, have examined ihe same, from the 1st day of January, If 60, to Ihe 1st dav of January, 1861, and respectfully lay before theHon orable the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, the following statement and reports, agreeably lo the Twenty-second Section of an Act of the General Assembly ot this Commonwealth, pastel the Fourth day of April, A. I). 1834. JOIiW A. FUXSTO, Treasurer of Columbia County, in account with said County : Jannary, 1860 : To Taxes on tsiandin?, g J05 75 Feb'y 6,To cash of Jacob Yohe. for old plank, Feb'y 6 To cash of John D. Run j an. Taxes, March 26 To cash of Sheriff Sny der, Jury Fees & Fines, May 7 To cash ol J W. Merrill, land redeemed, May 9 To cash of J. S. McNinch, iaie Treasurer, June 8, Toca.h of N. Y. M. C. F. R. R. & Col Co , land redeemed June 13 To cash ol Sm I M Henry land redeemed, June 13 To am'i of County Tax 1 26 15 96 94 3 50 39 35 80 53 2 24 assessed ior 1860, 8 779 June 13 To cash received for mil itary assessment, i860. 40 60 do To County tax on unseated and froated lands returned, do To lax on seated and unseated lands returned, . do To cash, road tax on seated and 587 74 464 61 unseated lands returned, 1,245 do To School Tax on sealed and 39 unseated lands, returnee', do Tocah, poor tax, on seated and unseated land returned, June 23 To cash ol Dr. h! W. Mc- Reynolds, taxes, July 27 To cash of Jas. Lamon, land redeemed, Oct. 12 To cash of David Sa vage, for old plank, Nov. To am't ten day assessment, Dec. 3d lo cash of E. Rejnolds, Land redeemed, do To cash of Joseph Sharpless for old iron, De- 4 To cash from J. N. Jones, land redeemed, Dec. 5 To cah of Hudson Broth ers lor use ol Court Room, Dec. 29 To cash ot Y. M. C. A., per 1. W. Hart man, do To cash of Hudson Brothers for use of Court Room, do To cash of C. & P. Bellas, for old bridge npar Orangeville, do To cah of Jacob Eyerly, Pro- thonotary, Jury fee, do To cah of E. H Little, Jury fee do To cash of John Sriyder,Siieriff, Jury Fees and Fines, do To cash of A. B. Tale, amount to be refunded, do To amount added to duplicates do To cash received on ouis juid- ittg taxes, . 938 35 16S 80 84 2 74 7 11 17 20 2 64 3 CO 46 2 50 3 00 5 00 50 00 00 00 101 59 12 7 50 04 59 34 S20,851 48 By am'n! outstanding for 1860 and previous year, 7,143 37 By exonerations allowed collertors 227 39 " commissions 00 do 483 75 " am't paid Stale asessm'i less than quota 164 72 By orders redeemed of 1860, 9.9o2 75 do . du 1859, 487 71 By orders redeemed of 1858, and previous ears, 51 90 By Treasurer' commission on S8,- 360 35, 334 41 By cash in hands of Treasurer, du county, 2 055 48 20,851 48 Exprnditares : ASSESSORS' PAY ANNUAL ASSESS MENT. Leonard B. Rupert, Bloom twp. Isaiah Bower,- Borough Perwick, Will'urn Erwine, Briarcreek, Josiah Ri'lenhouse. Beaver, Samuel R. Kline, Benton, Samuel Neyhard. Centre, M H. Kerr. Ca'tawisss, Daniel McKiernan, Conyngham, Emandus Unaugst, Fishingcreek, Aaron Lamberson, Franklin, A. H. Kitchen, Greenwood, John H. Faust, Hemlock, Jeremiah Kline, Jackson, Gera Hower, Locust, Lawrence Waiters, Mifflin, William T. Shuman. Maine, Peter M. Kashner, Montour. John Stetler, Madison, Isaac Culp, Mount PUasar.t, George Richard, Orange. A. J. Manning, Pine, Charles Der, Roanngcreek, . J. R. Fritz, Suaarloaf, Matthew Case, Scott, 18 71 11 88 13 86 13 59 17 43 16 16 15 60 14 00 16 24 8 56 15 98 15 75 11 86 15 84 15 P8 10 85 9 12 15 86 12 66 14 27 14 24 9 03 1153 !4 13 332 83 181 00 Am't paid sundry persons for road and bridge views dnrins the yar JURORS' WAGES AND MILEAGE. Amount paid Jurors at the several Courts, 996 42 INCIDENTAL. Amount paid fur paper, ink, elc. 47 20 POSTAGE. ' Amount paid Leonard B Rupert, 2 84 SURVEYOR. Am'nt paid Solomon Neyhard for surveying unseated lands, 161 CO Am'nt paid for Surveying County line between Columbia and Lu- zerne Counties, agreeably to an Act of Assembly, passed April 2d, I860,; 41 50 Sf202 50 DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Amount paid E H Little, Esqr. 109 00 PRINTING. Amount paid W. II. Jacoby, 93 do do Palemon John, . 37 do do A. B. Tate, 64 do do L. L. Tate, 1 16 80 00 50 50 tll 80 - SHERIFF'S BILL. Am'nt paid John Snyder boarding Prisoners and notifying Jurors Am't paid, convey ins John Whip ple to the Eastern State Penften t'ary, Amt conveying Jno. Greenorjgh to E. S. Penitentiary & W. J. Cook, Am't paid conveying Rob'l Brown to Insane Asylum, Harrisburg, 377 93 70 00 93 00 37 00 S579 FOX AND WILD CAT SCALPS. Amonnl p.idtsondry person, 90 93 42 CLEANING COURT HOUSE. Amt. paid Ann Lons, during year, TIP-STAVES. Am'' paid at the several Courts. BLANK AND LAW BOOKS. Amount paid sundry persons, . . 17 00 43 00 53 72 PROTHONOTARY. Amt. paid Jacob Eyerly as per bills, 128 51 .. CONSTABLES' RETURNS. Amount paid at the sevetal Courts, 101 12 ROAD DAMAGES. Ami. paid Hiram Hess, Fish'creek, 25 00 do David Bobb, Madison, lo 00 do Shadrack Eves, Pine 45 00 do Abraham Henlock, Pine, 35 00 do heits ol G. Kline, Orange, 65 00 do , Samuel Boon, Bloom, 50 00 do John H-s, 25 00 do , Henry Keller, Locust, , 50 00 305 00 . BRIDGE CONTRACTS. Amonnl paid David Savage, do Daniel McHenry, 19 34 50 32 53 82 BRIDGE REPAIRS. Amnnnt pan! for renairina bridges, 664 83 TAX REFUNDED. Ami. of road, pfhonl, and poor tax on unseated Lands, returned to -township, 2,099 07 Ami reluuded lo Michael Brobst, 7 00 2,ll)b 07 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Ami. paid Col. Co. Asjriculi'l Sor'y, 100 00 CO. AUDITORS AND THEIR CLERK. Amt. paid Audi ors and their Clerk, 39 50 do W. Wirt auditing Pro thonotary and Register's accounts, 12 50 $52 00 ELFCTIOV EXPENSES. Spring elecion and swearing officers 386 58 General election, 328 00 Presidential Election, 343 60 $1,058 19 COMMONWEALTH COSTS. Arnt. paid Witnes-es, Justices, &c. 270 09 COURT CRIER. Amt. paid Moses Coffman, 49 00 FUEL. Amt. paid for Coal and Wood, 59 73 COMMISSIO N ERS' ATTO R N E Y. Amount paid John (J. Freeze, E-q , 85 00 INSURANCE Amt. paid B. F. Hartmau tor Lyc. Mutual Insurance Company, 19 33 INQUEST. Amt paid Wm. T. Shuman, Esq, body of John T. Keeih, Amt. paid Reuben Fahringer, Esq. body of Daniel Herbsler, Am't paid John Hartman, Esq, body of Baltis Appleman, Amt paid Reuben Fahringer, Eq. body of Thomas Conly, 10 37 17 65 10 73 20 41 Cro'J 19 216 54 28 00 32 00 too 00 PENITENTIARY. Paid E. S Penitentiary orsuppo, of convict, MEDICAL SERVICES. Paid F. C. Harrison, M. D , medi cal attendance on prisoners, Paid Jno. Ramsey. M. D., medical attendance on prisoners, COUNTY BUILDINGS. Amn't paid for paperiua in Court House. Sheriff's house, Stoves in Court House, repairing pump at Sheriffs house, repairing Stable, Lamps in Court Hou-e, three County Maps, Sic, 293 44 TREASURER. To amount paid J. S. McNinch, late Treasurer, balance due from county, as per Auditor's Report, $487 COMMISSIONERS AND CLERK. Amt paid Elias Deiterich, 146 Amt paid E. Deiterich, expen-es to Harrisburg on business tor the 00 county, Ami. paid Georce Miller, do Joseph R. Patton, do Wiliiam Larnon, do R. C. Fiuii, Clerk, 15 00 142 50 151 00 J8 00 400 00 6872 50 Whole Amount of Or.'er-s issue I fur 1860, 10 009 80 Deduct amt. of Taxes refunded, 2,106 07 do do paid late Treasurer, 487 78 Deduct amt. to be refunded by A. B Tate, hich was over-pay for the ) ear i860, 12 50 $2:606 35 Expenditures for the year I860, S7,403 45 We, the undersigned Auditors of the Co of Columbia, being duly elected to adjn.-l and settle the accounts of the Treasurer and Commissioners, have carefully examined the accounts and vouchers of the same, from the first day of January, A. D , 1860, to the firM day of January, A. D., 1861, do certify that we find them correct as set forth in the foregoing staiement, and that we find a balance due Columbia county of Twenty Hundred and Fif'y Five Dollars and Forty Eizhl cents from John A. Funston, Treasur er of said county. Given under our hands this eleventh day of January, A. D., 1861. DAVID DEM OPT, 1 rnnnf GEO. M HOWELL. t ,Y JOSEPH B KNITfLE, ) Ammo"- Attest W. Wirt, Clerk. We, ihe undersigned Commissioners of Columbia county , do certify that the fore going is a correct statement of the accounts of said county for the y ear I860. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands this 1 1th day of January, A. D 1861.! GEORGE MILLER, ) Corn's JOSEPH R. PATTON. of . WILLIAM LAMON, ) Col. Co. Attest R. C. Fruit, Clerk. FINANCES OF COLUMBIA CO. . Balance due from Collectors, 57,143 37 Note of Benjamin Hay-man's adm'r, 26 24 Balance due from Treasurer, &2 055 48 i9,225 09 09 38 05 Orders nnredeemed for 1858 and previous years, Orders nnredeemed for 1859, do do 1860, 8 1 107 Orders outstanding, Balance in favor of County, 6116 52 S9,l08 57 February 5th 1861 approved by the Court. JACOB EVANS, i Associate STEPHEN BALDY, J Judges. Bloomsburg, Feb. 13, 1861. NATIONAL HOTEL, (Late White Swan) Race Street, above 3d Philadelphia. QUlLLMANtf BOYER, Proprietors. Terms, $1.25 per clay, TO the old customers of this well-known House, we desire to say, that we have renovated, improved and newly furnished the same, and lhat we respectfully solicit a continuance ol their patronage. Strangers, travelers and visitors we cor dially invite lo the hospitalliiy of the "Na tional" -to come and see and judge for themselves of its advantages and merits. Our location is central, and convenient for Merchants and business men generally We will always endeavor to study the wants and comforts of our guests, and with the assistance of Mr. Charles A. Stun, oor affable and attentive Clerk, we feel prepar ed to keep a good Hotel, and hope 10 give general satisfaction. t HENRY QUI LLM AN, JOHN BOYER. Thilad , Feb. 13, 1861 y. FDR SALE! SEVERAL desirable Building Lots in Bloomsburg, for 6ale. Inquire of June 20, 1860-tf. W. WIRT. TO liET. 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THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES Will tell yon of the causes, symptoms, and Treitmentot Fitn!a, Poll Evil, Glanders, Farcy, Scarlet Fever, Mange, Surfeit, Locked Jaw, Rheumatism, Cramp, Gall, Diseases of the Eye and Heart, &c, &c, and how to manage Cassation, Bleeding, Trephinning, Roweling, Firing, Hernia, Amputation, Tapping, and o'.her surgical operations. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES Will tell you of Rarey's Method of taming Horses; how to Approach. Halter, or Stable a Col how lo accustom a horse io Strang sounds and sight, and how to Bit, Saddle, Ride, and Break htm lo Harness; also the lorm and law ol Warranty. The whole be ing the result of more than fifteen years' careful study of the habit, peculiarities, wants and weaknesses of this noble and useful animal. The book contains 384 pages, appropri alely illustrated by One Hundred Engra vings. It is printed in a clear acd open type, and will be furnished to any address, postage paid, on receipt of price, half bouiid, S1.00, or, in cloth, extra, S1.25. SIOOO a Year can be made by enterprising men every where, in selling the above, and other popular works ot ours. Our inducements to all such are exceedingly liberal. For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agents, with other information, ap ply to or address JOHN E. PO IT ER, Publisher, 617 Sansom St., Philadelphia. Pa. novl4m6 E. H. LITTLE, .ivg's ill? iL-jWa BLOOM SBUnG, Fa. Office in Court Alley ; formerly occupied by Chatle K. UucUolew December, l?o9.-if. SC SUIYK, Manvfacturer of Furniture and Cabinet Ware J.V'n r if :-?' R'nnV w, 31 Iip.. Vi n. . . $35,00. T AYS the entue cost for Tuition in the rnosl popular and successful Cnmmer cial School in the country. Upward of Twh.ve Hundkko yom.g men from twkmtv eight diffeienl Slates, have been educated for business here within Ihe pHsl three years, some of whom have been employed as book Keepers at salaries of S2000.00 zei A it mini, immediately upon graduating, who knew nothing of accuuins wneu they entered the college. CP" M'nisters' sons hall price. Students enter at any lime, and review when they please, without extra charge. For Catalogues of 84 pages, Specimen of Prof. Cowley's Bu in --'-.- ml Ornamental Penmanship, and a large Engraving of the College, inclost iwemy-tive cents in Post age Stamps to the Principal. JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa. January 9, 1861. .r. -v. r. '.V V.- Vjr '.4 2. o 'f .. V.' o OF OF ALL KINDS, AT J. J. iniOWfctt'S Cheaper than liver. May IP, 1S60. . J '. f. .". .. s: s ., .. .; .. v :s . .. :f Tinware & Stove Establisbmeut. lytHE UNDERSIGNED tespecifully in forms his old friends and customers, that he has purchased his brother's interest in the above e-tablishment, and the con cern will hereafter be conducted by himself exclusively. He has just recoived and of i fers lor Kale the largest and most ex i tensive assortment of FANCY STOTVS ever introduced into this market. Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on hand and manufactured to order. All kinds of repairing done, s uMial, nn short notice. The patronage of old friends and new cus tomers is respectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT Bloomsburg, Jan. 12. 1853. tf. THE ItfOUIVT VBRIVOIV, Kortli Secoud Street, above Arch, PHILADELPHIA. II. II. EI)H ARI)$,-IToprietor. February 22. 1860 ly. csf- 13 sr sr g, NORTH WEST CORNER -. ! hUi and ISaec Streets, riilLADhLNIIA. rp Always on hand, a full assortment of Hats and Caps lor Men Boys and Children, allow prices Feb. 22. 100. NEW GOODS ! FRESH ARRIVAL OF FA 1,1, AND WINTER Ccr-V CfD CE -53 g, AT MI LINK'S STOKE! rj'HK snb-criber has just returned from the City with another large and select as sortment of FALL AND "WINTER Goods, purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowest fiU'e, and which he is determined to sell on as moderate terms as can be procured elsewhere in Bloomoburg. His stock com prices fai!ies' Dress Good?, of the choicest styles and latest fashions. DRY GOODS, Hardware, Queensware, Cedarwa'e, Hol lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c. In short, everything usually kept in country Stores j to which he invitrs Ihe public generally. The highest price paid for country produce. S H. MILLER. Bloomibnrg, Oct. 24, 1860. 0 ) New Fall Goods! LARGE STOCK AM) LOW PRICES. VI e have again been to :he ci'y', and re- tcrned with a large stock of Goods for the season, which we are prepared lo sell at a low fiaure for ready pay. Our stock consists of Hardware, Queensw are, Cedarware, Wi!- low-ware, Hollow-ware, BOOTS AND SHOES, Groceries, Nail. Iron, Fish, talt, Plaster, Fluid, Camphene Oils, White Lead by the Keg, cheap, &c., &c. II. C. fcl. W. HARTMAN. Bloomsburg, ()C. 17, 1860. TIIE riUXCE OF WALKS IS NOW CREATING QUITE A KElASATIO Tltrotighout this Countrj-. BUT 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 j jaM returned from Philadelphia with a stork heretotore unrivajeu, re nauer nimseti that he can satisfy all of the beauty and ad vantages ol the Cash System by the exceed ingly low prices with which he is able to sell. consists ol dress goods of eery variety Silks, Plaid., Fig'd Thibets, Cashmere, Plain aird tancy DeLaines &c, tec. Ladies Broche ami Reversable Shawl, Gent's Shawls, Coat, Cloak and Mantle Cloths, Fancy Cassimeres, Vesting, Satins, Lawns, Flannels, Gingham, Cal coes &c.,&c, Boots ar.d Shoes A large assortment ot Gum shoes which will be disposed of at the low est prices, Hats and Caj.s, Table and floor OilCloths, .Notions of every Kind, Q ieenesware, Groceries, Flour and feed, &c. &.e. A examination of the stock i solicited a no charge is made tor an exhibition of the goods. Grain ar.d all marketable pro duce taken in exchange for goods. L. T. SHARPLESS. Bloomsburg, Oct. 10, 1860 For .Sale or Kent. T iTHE subr-criber cflers three Houses arid lots for sale, or rent, one in Blooms burg, one at Btickhorn, ard one id lower, Lime Ridge, also a S.ore Room and grana ry suitable for a small Sore or Grocery, it being in a good locality ot the town. GEORGE WEAVER. y i rr4iEALTJi AM) ITS rLEASCRES, v j OR ---. - . .- if tf -. Disease Willi lis Agonies: : CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM." . II OLLO W US. NERVOUS DISORDERS. What is more fearful ilian a breaking down ol the nervous eystem 7 To t e exci inble or nervous in a small degree is mot digressing, tor where ran a rerrudy be found ? Tfiere is one : drink but little wine. beer, or spirits, or far belter. i;one lake no coffee, weak ten being preferable gel II the Ire-h.air yon can uke three or four Pills every night; eat plenty of colids, avoiding the ne of slops ;and if these gold en rule are followed, you will be happy in mind and strong in body, and forgeryuu have any nerve. 'mothers and daughters. If there is one thing more than auwher for which these Pills are so famous n t their purifying properties, especially their power ol cleansing ihe blond from aU tin purines, and removing dangerous and t-us-pended tecretions. Universally adopied m the one grand remedy for female complaint thev never fail, never weaken the vMrnf and always bring about wliat is required SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF APPETITE. These feelings which sosarfden bs. most frequently ariie from annoyances or troub le, from obstructed perspiration, or from eating and drinking what is ui.fit for us thus disordering ihe liver and stomach These organs must be regulated if you wist, to be well. The PilU, if taken according to the printed instruction, will quickly re"' store a healthy ac.iou io boh liver ami stomach, whence follow as a natural con sequence, a gocd appeiire and a clear head, in the East and West Indies sraicely any other medicine is ever used for these dis. orders. DISORDERS OF TrfE KIDNEYS. In all diseases afleciing these oran whether they secrete too much or loo "little water; or whether they be afflicted wiib stone or gravel, or wiih aches and pains settled in the loins over the regions ol the kidneya. these P.ll sWld bo taken accor ding io the primed instructions directions and the Ontment should be well rubbed' into the small of the back at bed lime. This treatment will give almost immediate relief when ait other means have faded. FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER. No medicine will so effectually imoiose Ihe tor.e of the stomach a these Pili- tney remove ail acidity, occasioned ekb'er by intemperar.ee or improper diet. " They reach the liver and reduce it tn a healthy action; they are vronderfnliy efficacions if. cases of spasm in fact they never faif in curing all disorders ol ihe li er r,J Mcmtch. HoUnway's Mb are the U,t remedy known in the world Jor the following diseases. Ague, Inflammation, Jaundice, Liver Com plaints, Lumbago. Piles, Rheumatism, Retention ot. Urine, Scrofola, or King'" Kvjr, Sore Throats, S'or.e and Grave!. Secondary Symptoms, Tic-Douloureua, I'nmours, Ulcer, Venereal Affeclions, Worms of all kinds Weakness from whatever cause, Asthma, Billious Complaints, Blotches on Ihe Skin, Bowel Complaints, Colics, Constipation of tha Bowels. Consumption, Debility. Dropsy, Djsentery, Erysipelas, Female Irregulari ties, Fevers of all kinds, Fits, Gout, Head ache, Indigestion, CAUTIOX !! Noje are genuine unless the word "IWlowav, New York ?nd Lon don are dicernsble a a Water mark in every leaf of the book of direction arouud each pol or box ; the same may be plainly seen by holding the lenf to the light. A hand some reward will be given" to any one rendering such information a may lead to the detection ol any party or paries coon terfei'ing the medicines or vending ih same, knowing them to be spurious." Sold a: the Manufaclorv of Professor Holioway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, an J by all respec able D.uggisis and Dealers in Medicine, throughout ihe civilized wotlJ, in boxes at 25 cents, 62 cents and SI eacti. tF" There is considerable saving king the larger sizes. by ta- N. B D irections for the guidance of p a lienis in every disorder ate athxed to each box. October, 17, lSP0. B LOOMS BUKU HAuiiEii snoi. 'IMIE undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of Bloomsburg, and the publio generally, thai he has taken the Barber Shop, ioc-ated on Main Street, in the while Frame Building, neariy oppose the Ex change Block, where he is at all limes ready to wait upon hit customers to entire satis faction. SHAVING AND H AIRDRESSING, Will be executed with care and neatness and in the most fashionable ftyle, and en very moderate terms. tTF'Shampooingjdone up iti City Style. He solici public patronage and pledge his be-t endeavor to give every reasonable batifaclion. CHARLES HENRY NOLL. Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 1859. Boot and Miocm.'i kins'. THE undersigi ed being thankful for fat favors, and ra'elul forfuture pros necK. desires to inform the citizens o? this place i and vicinity, and his1 'AY'S I S 1 4 1 I friends and patrons i;i particular, lhat he still carries on the above business in all it various branches, at his old stand, on Main street, nearly oppo-itelhe Episcopal Cnurch Bloomsburg. He employs ihe very te.i workmen, and use no'hing but good stock. No pains are spared to make r.eat fit and : durable work; all of which can be obtained lery low for rea ly pay. JACOB F niETTERICH. Bloomsburg, Feb 1, ls60-ly. Flour ami Feed Delivered ! rilF.tPl'.lt TIUY Till! fllF.lPEST ! T 'HE undesigned hs made arrinae. ments that wiil enable dun to deliver Flour and Feed, Foil CASH, about tn per rent, cheaper than any hotii eUe in town. -Hi price ar as 1oIi.jw: Flour S7 25; Corn amt OhI Chop 1 53; Com and Rye Chop 4 6b; Bran l 10 ; 1 respectfully snlioi' a h are of the public pairoiiage. . MOSES COFFMAN.