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STAR OF THE NORTH,
I- BLOOMSBURQ, PA.
j Wednesday Morning, April Jd, 1861.
Wood! Wood! soma owing patron will
please bring us a load of good dry wood.
;i Those of oo r parroos who do not got their
papers will please inform us.
I Our Patrons will pay early aliention to
their bills as rent to them by us. We mast
lave money to meet our indebtedness.
' Oca friends hi Harrisburg, Bound, Mott,
y i . r r TT" lr i r i .
viymer, t.eiseiiriog, jviine, usiernoui Hnu 1
Brower, have our thanks for continued fa-
tors; and you will, ''please keep sendiiig."
Thc patron who promised to bring cs a
coaple of bushels of potatoes had better be
making his word good, or labor under the
fear of having "an action" brought against
tint for damages in our family caused for
the want of the article.
' : Tub Columbia County Republican, has just
entered upon its fifth volume. Its editor
tpeaks of the success he has thus far re
ceived with a good deafol boast. He says
it is acknowledged to be "the most influen
tial paper ia the county!" By whom,
lioctor I The most ultra portiou ol his par
ty might so acknowledge it.
Job Printers' Jouknal. The publishers
f this Journal hare our thanks for a copy.
It is published quarterly by Win. H. Page
& Co., at Greenville, Conn., as a specimen
sheet. They are dealers in Printers' ma
terial generally. This number contains
lorne handsome specimens ot type, borders,
On Monday last was "moving day" in
this place,, and rather a rough, boisterous
one it was. But as far as we can learn all
who participated, necessarily, in the "mov
ing exercise," have by this time become
quieted down in their new homes, there to
live one year at the least, when few besides
the uneasy and discontented one will again
"pull up stakes."
Niw Mail Agkht. Air. E. A. Jones, of
Tamaqua, has been appointed Mail Agent,
on the Caltawissa, Williamsport & Erie
Railroad route, between Port Clinton and
Elmira, in the place of Samuel B. Graeff,
Tie Daily Penmylvinian, published in the
city of Philadelphia, has suspended for the I
want of sufficient support. The Evening
Argus is the only Daily Democratic paper
in that city at present. The Argus is a good
paper, as was the I'ennsy Ivanian. They
olh ought to have been well sustained in
a city like Philadelphia. They were worthy
cf a IiLeral support. Success to the Argus.
Howard Association, Philadelphia.
This well-known benevolent association
has proved itself, by a long course of hon
orable dealing, to be a perfectly reliable
and highly uselul institution. We com
' mend it to the public attention with much
coLtldence. See advertisement.
Conkecticct held her State Election on
Moiuay last, and the Republican ticket will
Le pretty hard run. The Opposition to the
Republican ticket are holding out that the
Republicans in the last Congress tejected
overtures (ot a reconciliation with the Sece
ding Slates, which U a matter of tact and
-will h.ive its weight. As we go to piess
1ve-dre uninformed as to any of the results.
Pctchsoks' New Publications. In an
other column ot our paper will be seeu ad
Toitised for sale a lot of handsome, uselul
and interesting dooks, any oi wmcn can ue
hsA by remitting the price by mail to the
publishers, T, B. Peterson & Brothers, 316
Cheutnat Street, Philadelphia. For the title
and price of the different books, see adver
tisement. At a meeting of the Democratic Associa
tion, of this place, on Tuesday evening last,
ihe Treasurer made a report, explaining the
condition of the Treasury, and showing that
a 6mall sum was still in his hand. The
report was adopted. Alter some remarks
by the President, concerning the manage
ment of the affairs of this Institution, the
Justices of the Pback. The following act
of Assembly is important to those who have
been elected Justice of the Peace at the
recent election :
Section I. -That every person hereafter
elected to the office of Justtce of the Peace
or Alderman, hall, within thirty days after
the election, if he intends to accept said
office, give notice thereof in writing, to the
Prothonotary of the Common Pleas of the
proper county, who shall immediately in
form the Secretary of the Commonwealth
of said acceptance; and no commission
hall issue until the Secretary of the Com
monwealth has received the notice afore
said. Th LoATia. Here is an accurate descrip
tion of a class of nrec who infest eveTy com
munity: "Tho most miserable, hopeless
scrap of humanity, io an idle man a man
whose chief aim of IWe, is to "loaf" to
waste in listless lounging and mental and
chvsical inaction the years of his short life.
There are scores of Buch beings in every
town and city miserable loafers whose
sole occupation is toavoid employment of
any kindwhose lives can scarcely be call
d lives who die one after another, and
leave behind them what! A vacancy to
be mourned ? No, for they are in them
selves vacancies, not men. To these atoms
society owes nothing. Thd history of the
world's progress ignores their names and
their existence; and beir-g dead, the grave
contains co more ineit, worthless earth than
it did before. They become chronic nui
sances; they have no local habitation or
name in so far as regards their worth or
value, and from day to day, in the haunt
cf busy men, they pass as nncurrent funds
at so ranch of a discount 'hat they can
not even bay themselves. Such are loafers
miserable, worthless beings, who die only
when they get too la?y und indolent to usa
TTHEREAS the Hon. Warren J. Wood
ward, President Judge of the Court of
Oyer and terminer and General Jail Delir
ery, Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
and Court of Common Plena and Orphans'
Court, in the 26ih Judicial District, compos
ed of the couhtiesol Columbia, Sullivan and
Wjornms, and the Hon. Jacob Evans and
Stephen Baldy, Associate Judges ot Colum
bia County, have issued iheir precept, bearing
date one thousand eighteen hundred and
sixty one, ar.d to me directed tor holding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions ol the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Conn, in Blooms,
burg, in the county of Columbia, on the first
Monday (bein the 6ih day) of May next,
and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, o the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables ot the
said County of Columbia, that they be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon ot said day, with their
records, inquisitions and other remembran
ees to do those ininss which to their offices
appertain to be done. And those that are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute against
the prisoners that are or may be in the Jail
of said county ot Columbia, to be then and
there to prosecu'e then a shall be just. Ju
rors are reqiiested to be punctual in their
niemlance, agreeably to their notice, dated
at Bioomsbnrg, the 25 day of March, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-one. and in the eijjhty-fil'h year
of the Independence of the United Stales of
America. (God save, the Commonwealth.)
JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff,
Bioomsbnrg March 27, I86I.
I Y virtue of six. dry writs of Venditioni
- Exponas to me direcie4,issue J outol the
Court ol Cuitim n Pleas of the county of
Columbia, Pennsylvania, will be exposed
to public sa!, at the Court House in Blooms
bum, on SATURDAY, the 20th OF APRIL,
186I. al one o'clock in the afternoon the
following described property to wit:
All thai certain tract or piece of land sit
uate in Suzarloaf township Columbia co ,
containing fifty four acres of which twenty
one acres are cleared land, bounded on the
North by lands of Michael Beishline, on
the S-uth by lands cf Abraham Snohz, on
the East by lands of Daniel Hess & Jesse
Hartman and on the west by land laie ol
Edmund Crawford, whereon is erected a
one and a half story Plank dwelling house
a Irame Barn and a Black Smith Shop wiih
Seized, taken in Execntio'n and to be sold
as the property of John Michler.
At the same time and place, all that cer
tain tract of land situate in Sugarloaf twp.,
Columbia county bounded and described
as follows, to wit : on the No'th by land of
Richard Kile ort' the Eas by lnd of D. R.
Lanbach on the South by land of Jesse
Pennington on the west by land of John
F. Laubach containing sixty eight acres
more or less. About twenty five acres of
which is cleared land whereon U erected a
one and a half storv Plank dwelling house
and other out buildings with the appurte
nances. Seized, taken in execution and to .be
sold as the property of George Moore.
At the same time and place, all that cer
tain tract or lot of land situate in Fishins
creek township, Colombia county, bounded
and described as follows to wit; On the
North by land of Paul Pealer, on the East
by land of Richard Jooes; on the South by
land ot R F. Strcker, and on the West by
land of William L. Parks, containing Elev
en Acres, be the same more or le.", all of
which is cleared bind, whereon are erected
a one and a half story Plank Dwelling
House, a Frame Bank Barn, and otnar ous
buildmss with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the properly of James B. Parks.
JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff.
Bioomsbnrg, March 27, 186I.
Notice to lit Irs of Levi Bisel, dee'd
oJfjfV TH E Commonwealth of Penn
$fv&& p Ivania to Susan R. Biel, wid
Zi yC ow, Levi P. Biel, now residing
Uiwut iniorfnirriail with
'7nV Bibel, intermarried with
Willisen. t" residing in Lebnnon county,
Prnn'a, Robert M. Bisel, now residing in
ihe State of Georgia. Henry Kent Bisel, re
siding ia the same State, Narcis-a Y. Bisel,
and Susan J. Bisel, both residing in Union
county, Pe'insy Ivania. the last three named
of whom are minors, Narcissa Y. Bisel and
Susan J. Bisel, have for their Gnardian their
mother, Susan R Bielt and Henry Kent
Bisel, has for hi Guardian, Kobct Patter
son, children and heirs ot Levi Biel, late
of Madison township, Columbia county,
deceased. You and each of you are hereby
commanded to be and appear al our Orph
ans' Couit to be holJen at Bloomsburg, in
and for said county on the first Monday of
May next, then and there to accept or re
fuse the real estate of Levi Bi-el deceased,
at the valuation put upon it by an Inquest
duly atvarderf by this Honorable Court, or
show cause whv ths same shall not be sold.
Witness the Honorable Warren J. Wood
ward, Esq., Prei lent of our said Court at
Bloomsbura, the 9ih day of February A. D.
eiihl hundred and siviy one.
JONH SNYDER, Sheriff.
Blonmsburs, Feb. 27, 1861
Notice in Partition.
Estate of Henry Bus$, late of Hemlock township,
Columbia county deceased.
. . THE Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania to Daniel Bns, Samuel
Bus, Adam Buss, Henry Bus,
t - Morns Buss, Dortha, intermarried
with - Get2er,Levina, iniermarned with
Charles Sailor, Catharine, intermarried with
Abraham Shoemaker; aud io all the legal
representatives of Ihe said Henry Buss,
deceased, greeting: You and each of yon
will take notice that an Inquest will be held
to make partition or valuation, as the cafe
may require, of the real estate of the above
named Henry Buss, deceased, situate in
ihe township of Hemlock, and counly ol
Columbia, on the premise, on Thursday,
the 18'A d-y cf April, 1 86 1 , between thp
hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and 3
o'clock in lheafternoon, of said day, at
which time and place you may attend if you
Witness the Honorable Warren J. Wood
ward Esq., President of our Orphans' Court
at Bloomsbura, the 9ih day of February,
A. D., one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.-
; JOHN SNYDER,
Bioomsbnrg. Feb. 27, 186I. Sheriff.
So r tli second Street, abore Arch,
n. II. EDWABDSj-Proprielor.
February 22. i860. ly.
Oa Main street,two doors above the "Amer
TISXER STOVE DBJILEH,
Shopoo South sivla of Alain street, below
HEALTH AND ITS PLEASURES,
Disease With Its Agonies:
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
HOLLOW AYS riliJ.S.
What is more fearful than a breaking
down ol the nervous system ? To be exci
table or nervous in a small degree is most
distressing, for where can a remedy be
found 1 There is one : driuk but litlle
wine. beer, or spirits, or far better, none;
lake no coffee, weak tea being preferable;
get all the Iresh air you can ; take three or
four Pills every night; eat plenty of solids,
avoiding the use of slops ;and if these gold
en rules are followed, you will be happy
in mind and strong in body, and forgel.you
have any nerves.
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS.
If there is one thing more than another
for which these PilU are so famous it is
their purifying properties, especially their
power ol cleansing the blood from all im
purities, and removing dangerous and sus
pended secretions. Universally adopted as
the one gtand remedy for female complaints
thev never fail, never weaken the system,
and always bring about w hat is required.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
These feelings which so sadden us. most
frequently arise from annoyances or troub
le, from ohsiructed perspiration, or from
eating and drinking what is ur.fil for us
thns disordering the liver and stomach
These organs must be regulated if you wist,
to be well. The PilU, it taken according
to the printed instruction", will quickly re'
store a healthy action to both liver and
stomach, whence follow as a natural con
sequence, a gocd appetite and a clear head.
In the East and Wet fndis scaicely any
other medicine is ever used for ihese dis
orders. DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.'
In all disease affecting these organs,
whether they secrete too much or too little
water; or whether they be afflicted with
stone or gravel, or with aches and pains
settled in the lnins over the regions of the
kidneya. these Pills should bo taken accor
ding to the printed instructions directions,
and the Ointment should be well rubbed
into the 6mall of the back at bed time. This
treatment will give almost immediate relief
when all other means have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER.
No medicine will so effectually imorove
Ihe tone of the stomach as these Pilis; they
remove all acidity, occasioned ei'dier by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce it lo a healthy
action; they are wonderfuliy efficacious in
caes ol spasm in fact they never fail in
curing all disorders ol the li er and etomnch.
Hollnwny"s rills are the beat remedy known in
.1 . . 1. j . - II J .
iic icotiu jvr me juiioicm aiseases.
Stone and Grave!,
Worms of all kinds
Blotches on the
Constipation of tha
ties, Fevers of all
CAUTIOT !! None are genuine unless
the words "HoHowav, New York nd Lon
don' are discernable a a Water-moth in
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot or box : the same may be plainly
seen by holding the leaf to the light. A hand
some reward will be given to any one
rendering sneh information as may lead lo
the detection ol any party or paries coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
same, knowing them to be spurious.
Sold a: Ihe M:inufacforr of Professor
Hollo way, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all re?pecable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world,
in boxes at 25 cents, 62 cents and Si each.
PF There is considerable saving By ta
king the Iargessize8.
N. B Directions for the guidance of p a
tients in every disorder are affixed to each
Ofot-er. 17. i860.
FOR MAY 1ERM, 1861.
Bloom George H. Brown, Joeph Weaver.
Benton Peter Ca'-e, Eli Mendenhall.
Beaver Samuel Cox, Peter Kuechl.
Briarcreek Jonas Wright.
Cattawissa William Miller, Maihias Hart
man. Centre Edward Harlman, Gilbert II. Fow
ler. Fishngcreek James Edgar.
Greenwood Edward Albertson.
Hemlock John H. Faust, Esaw Girton,
Locust Henry Keller, Adam Dimmig, Ja
cob Harner, Leonard Adams.
Madisot. Isaac Whipple.
Montour Jacob Arnwme.
Maine Jacob Shuman
Sugarloaf William Stephens, jr.
Bloom James Freeze, John Leacock, L.
Beaver Joel Bredbeuder, Peter Hauck.
Benton John Doty.
Cattawissa William John, Daniel Gear
hart, Joseph Martz. Daniel Kreigh.
Conyngharn Isaac W. Haus, Frederick R.
Centre Peter Miller.
Fishingcreek Albert Ammerman, George
M. Howell, Hugh McBride,
Greenwood David Dreiblebis,
Hemlock John M. Barton,
Jackson John Keseler.
Locust David Kosienbauder, George Kel
ler, Enoch Kester, Silas Whynn, Abra
Maine William Gettling.
Mifflin Solomon Eckroth, Levi Creasy,
Mt. Pleasant George Caveoee, Samuel
Madison Joseph C. Smith, Robert Johnson.
Oiange Nathan Miller.
Scott Samuel Beiz.
Sugarloaf John M. Cole.
Illasilis of all Kim's.
STATEMENT OF THE FINANCES
.. or the - ;
CO'UNTr OF 'COLUMBIA.
From the 1st day of January, i860, to the iit
day of Januiry, 1861.
THE Auditors elected to settle and adjust
the Public Accounts cf Columbia county,
have examined the rare, from the 1st day
of January, If 60, to Ihe. 1st day ol January,
1861, and respectfully lay before ihe Hon
orable the Judges ot the Court of Common
Pleas, the following stalen entand reports,
agreeably to the Twenty-second Section ot
an Act ot the General Assembly of thi
Commonwealth, passed the Fourth day ot
April, A. D. 1834.
JOHN A- I UNSTOIV, Treasurer
of Columbia County, io account with said
January, 1860 :
To Faxes outstanding, S8,125 75
Feb'y 6, To cash ol Jacob Yohe,
for old plank, 1 26
Feb'y 6 To cash of John D. Run-
an, Toxes, 15
March 26 To cash of SheriffSny-
der, Jury Fees & Fines, 96 94
May 7 To cash ot J. W. Merrill,
land redeemed, 3 50
May 9 To cash of J. S. McNinch,
la'e Treasurer, 39 35
June 8, To cash of N. Y. M. C. F.
li. K. & Coal Co , land redeemed, 80 53
June 13 To cash ot Sm'lM Henry
laud redeemed, 2 24
June 13 To am't of County Tax
assessed tor 1860, 8,779 25
June 13 To cash received for mil
itary assessment, i860, 40 60
do To County tax on unseated and
seated lauds returned, 587 74
do To tax on seated and unseated
lands returned, 464 61
do To ca$b, road tax on seated and
unseated lands returned, 1,245 39
do To School Tax on seated and
unseated lands, returned, 98 35
do To cash, poor lax, on seated and
unseated land relurned, 168 80
June 23 To cash ol Dr. H. W. Mc-
Reynolds, taxes, 84
July 27 To cash ,of Jas. Lamon,
land redeemed, 2 74
Oct., 12 To cash of David Savage,
lor old plank, 7 17
Nov. To am't ten day assessment, 11 20
Dec. 3d lo cash of E. Reynolds,
Laud redeemed, 2 64
do To: cash ot Joseph Sharpless for
old iron, i tJ
Dec. 4: To cash from J. N. Jones,
land redeemed, 46
Dec. 5, To cash of Hudson Broth
ers for use of Court Room, 2 50
Dec. 29 To cash of Y. M. C. A.,
per J. W. Hartman, 3 00
do To cash of Hudson Brothers for
use of Court Room, 5 00
do To cash of C. & P. Bellas, for
old bridge near Orange vi'ld, 50 00
do To cash ol Jacob Eyerly, Pro
thonotary, Jury fee, 4 00
do To cash of E. H Litlle, Jury fee 4 rjO
do To cash of John Snyder,Stieriff,
Jury Fee ard Fines, 101 59
do To cash of A. B. Tate, amount
to be refunded, - 12 50
do To amount added to duplicates 7 04
do To cash received on outs and-
ing taxes, 59 34
By am'nt outstanding for 1860 and
previous year, S7.143 37
By exonerations allowed collectors 227 39
" commissions Uo do 483 75
" arn't paid State assessm'l less
than quota 164 72
By orders redeemeJ of 160, 9 9()2 75
do do 1859, 487 71
By orders redeemed of 1858, and
By Treasurer's commission on 33,-
By cash in hands of Treasurer, due
2 055 48
$20, 851 48
ASSESSORS' PAY ANNUAL ASSESS
MENT. Leonard B Ropert, Bloom twp.
Is-aiah Bower, Borough Berwick,
WillUm Erwine, Briarcreek,
Josiah Ri'tenhouse. Beaver,
Samuel li. Kline, Benton,
Samuel Neyhard. Centre,
M H. Kerr, Ca!tawisa,
Daniel McKieman, Conyngharn,
Emandns Utaugt, Fi-hmgcreek,
Aaron Lamberson. Franklin,
A. H. Kitchen, Green .vcod,
John H. Faust, Hmlock,
Jeremiah Kline, Jackson,
Gera Hower, Locust,
Lawrence Waiters, Mifflin,
William. T. Shuman, Maine,
Peter M. Kashner, Montour,
John Stetler, Madison,
I-aac Cnlp, Mount Plwasar.t,
George Richard, Orange.
A. J. Manning. Pine,
Charles De'f Roaringcreek,
J. R. Fritz, Sugarloaf,
Matthew Case, Scott,
ROAD AND BRIDGE VIEWS.
Am't paid undry persons tor road
and bride views during the year 181 00
JURORS' WAGES AND MILEAGE.
Amount paid Jurors al the several
Amount paid for paper, ink, etc.
Amount paid Leonard B Ropert,
Am'nt paid Solomon Neyhard for
surveying unseated lands
Am'nt paid for Surveying county
line between Columbia and Lu
zerne Counties, agreeably lo an
Act of Assembly, passed April
Amount paid E. H Little, Esqr.
Amount paid W. H. Jacoby,
do do Palemon John,
do do A. B. Tate,
do do L. L. Tate,
$31 l 80
Am'nt paid John Snyder boarding
Prisoners and notifying Jurors
Am't paid, convey ing John Whip
ple to the Eastern btaie Peniten
tiary, Amt conveying Jno. Greenough to
E. S. Penitentiary & W. J. Cook,
Am't pad conveying Rob't Brown
to Insane Asylum, Harrisburg,
. - ' . $579 93
FOX AND WILD CAT SCALPS.
Amount paid sundry persons, 90 42
CLEANING COURT HOUSE.
Amt. paid Ann Long, during year,
Arn' ril a' the several Courts,
v, BLANK AND LAW BOOKS.
Amount paid sundry persons,
Amt. paid Jacob Eyerlys per bills, 128 51
-J fXv STJU TF LS- vjTXin t.h
Amt. paid Hiram Hess, Fish'creek, 25 00
do David Bobb, Madison, lo "0
do . Shadrack Eves, Pine 45 00
do ' Abraham Henlock, Pine, , 35 00
do heirs of G. Kline, Orange, 68 00
do Samuel Boon, Bloom, 50 00
do John He-s,, 25 00
do Henry Keller, Locust, 50 00
Amount paid David Savage,
do Daniel McIIenry,
Amount paid for repairing t-ridges, 664 83
Amt. of road, school, and pooi tax
on unsealed Lands, returned to
townships, 2,C99 07
Amt. refunded to Michael Brobst, 7 00
Amt. paid Col. Co. Agricult'l S c'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
Spring elecion and sw earing officers 36 58
General election, ' 328 00
Presidential Election, 343 60
Amt. paid Witnesses, Justices, &c. 70 09
Amt. paid Moses Coffman, 49 00
Amt. paid for Coal and Wood, 59 73
Amount paid John (J. Freeze, E-q , 85 00
Amt paid B. F. Hartman lor Lyc.
Mutual Itisurnnce Company,
Ami paid Wm. T. Shuman, Esq.,
body ol John T. Keeth,
Amt. paid Reuben Fahringer, Esq.
body of Darnel Herbster,
Am't paid John Hartman, Esq ,
body of Baltis App'eman,
Ami paid Reuben Fahringer, q.
body of Thomas Conly,
Paid E. S Penitentiary lorsuppor'.
Paid F. C. Harrison, M 0, medi
cal a'tendance on prisoners,
Paid Jno. Ramsey, M. D., medical
altendacne on prisoners,
Amn't paid for papering in Court
Hout,e. Sheriff's house, Stoves in
Court House, repairing pump al
Sheriff s house, repairing Stable,
Lamps in Court Houe, three
Couutv Mans, &c,
To amount paid Jas. S. McNinch,
late Treasurer, balance due from
county, as per Auditor's Report, ?487 78
COMMISSIONERS AND CLERK.
Amt paid Elias Deiiench, 146 00
Amt paid E. Deiiench expenses
to Harrisburg on Dusiness tor me
Ami. paid George Miller,
do Joseph R. Patton,
do William Lamon,
do R. C. Fruit, Clerk,
Whole Amount of Orders issued
for 1860, $10,009 80
Deduct amt. ol Taxes refunded, 2,106 07
do do paid late Treasurer, 4S7 78
Deduct amt. to be refunded by A.
B Tate, vhirh was over-pay lor
the year 1860, 12 50
$2 606 35
Expenditures for the year 1660, ,$7,403 45
We, the undersigned Auditors of the Co.
of Columbia, being duly elected to adjust
aud settle the accounts of the Treasurer and
Commissioners, have carefully examined
ihe accounts and voucher ol the same,
from the first day of January, A. D., I860,
to the firt day of January, A. D., 1861, do
certify that we find them correct as set iorih
in the foregoing "talemeni, and that we find
a balance due Columbia conrdy of Twenty
Hundred and Fif'y Five Dollars and Forty
Eighl cents Irom John A. Funston, Treasur
er of said county.
Given under our hands this eleventh day
of Januarv, A. D., 1861.
DAVID DEMO IT,
GKO. M HOWELL.
JOSEPH B KNUTLE
Attest W. Wirt, Clerk.
We, the undersigned Commissioner of
Columbia county , do certify that the lore
gmug is a correct statement of the accounts
of said county tor the year If 60.
In testimony whereol we have herein'o
set our hands ibis 1 1th day of January.A. D
JOSEPH R. PAT I ON
Attest R. C Fruit. Clerk.
FINANCES OF COLUMBIA CO.
Balance due from Collectors, 7, 143 37
Note of Betjmin Hayma'i's adm'r, 26 24
Balance due Worn Treasurer, S2 055 48
Orders unredeemed for 1858 and
Orders unredeemed for 18f9,
do do 1860,
Balance in favor f Countv,
February 5th 1861 aoi'rnved by the Court.
JACOti EVANS, I Associate
STEPHEN BALDY, Judges.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 13. 16 1.
(Latk White Swan)
Race Street, above 3d Philadelphia
QUILLMAN If B0YER, Proprietors
Term per day,
TO the old customers of this well-known
House, we desire to say, thai we have
renovated, improved aud newly furnished
the saifie, and that we respectfully solicit
a continuance of their patronage.
S'rangers, travelers and visitors we cor
dially invite to the ho&pilalliiy of the "Na
tional" to come and see and judge tor
themselves of its advantages and merits.
Our location is central, and convenient
for Merchant- and business men generally
We will always endeavor to study the
wants and comforts of our guests, aud with
the assistance of Mr. Joseph HoctJa, our
affable and attentive Clerk, we teel prepar
ed to keep a good Hotel, and hope (ogive
J HENRY QUILLMAN,
) JOHN BOYER.
Pbilad., Feb. 13, 1861 y.
SEVERAL desirable Building
tvcuAi. aesiraoie Duuoing l.ois in
Bloomsbnrs, for sale. Inquire of
June 20, 1860-tf. W. WIRT.
TVT0T1CE ishereby given that two or three
spacious rooms wiil be let ou reasonable
terms. . Inquire ot
. IIMJ WLIIL "'.U ' 11 1111 1 1 " I II-"
T3 AYS the entire cost for Tuition in the
most popular and successful Commer
cial School in the country. Upward of
Twklve Hundkko j otn.g men from TWKfcTV
eight different States, have been educated
for business here wiihi:i the past three
years, soma of whom have been employed
as book Kpprs at salaries of
$000,00 per AiiiiHHl,
immediately upon graduating, who knew
nothing of accounts when they entered
Mmislri.' sons hall price. Student?
enter at any time, and review when they
plense, without extra charge.
For CaiRlogue1 of 81 pae, Specimen
of Prof. Cowley' Bniries mil Ornamental
Penmanship, and a larg Engraving of the
College, inct84 twenty rive ceuts in Post
age S'arrip- lo I tie Princip d.
JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
January 9. 1S61.
S, ;T " ;-r.
V W .4 'iV
OF ALL KINDS,
AT J. J. BKOWliU'S
Cheaper (haii lilver.
May IP, 160.
Tinware & Stove Establishment.
rjfUE UNDERSIGNED respectfully m
forms his old friends and customers,
that he ha purchased his bro her's interest
in the above establishment, and the con
cern will hereafter be conductd by himtdl
exclusively. He has just recoived and of
fx, 'er lor sale the largest and most -gS
tensive assortment of FANCY STOTVS
ever introduced into this marke.
Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on
hand and manufactured to order. All kindt
of repairing done, s ueual, nn short notice.
The patronage of old friends and new cus
tomers is respectfully solicited.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1853. tf.
NEW GOODS !
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FA Mi AXD WIXTEB
AT miAAUZ'S STOKE!
fl'HE subscriber has just returned from the
" City w'uh another large and select as
sortment of FALL AND WINTER Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the liwes
figure, and which he ia determined to sell
on a modera:e term? a can be procured
elsewhere in Bloomeburg. His slock com
Lnriie' Ircs flood,
of the choicest styles and lateM fashions.
irGD C2 CI3 ti Ct2 3
Hardware, (iueensware, Cedarwa'e, Hol-
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoe, Hats
and Caps, fee , &c. In short, everything
usually kept in country Stores; lo which he
invites the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
S. H. MILLER.
Bioomsbnrg. Oot 24. 16(1
lew Fall Goods!
LARGE ST01K AM) LOW TKICCS.
A e have asiaiti been to :he city, and re-
turned wth a large s'ock of Goods for
the seaon, which we are prepared io sell
al a low figure lor ready pay. Our stock
Hardware, (iueensware, Cedarware,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Groceries, Nail-, Iron, Pish, Salt, Plas'er.
Fluid, Campherte Oil, White Lead by the
Keg, cheap, Sir., &c.
II C. S: I. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomsburg, Oc. 17, If 60.
A I t si i it i l ra I or'. I of ice.
Estate cf PtUr KUne. tnie of Locust township,
Columbia comi'y deceased
LETTERS rd adiiiiiusiru'ioti on Hie est'
ol Peter Kltne, late of LocuslMowriship.
Columbia court'y, deceased, tmve bee i
iiranied bv Hie Register of said coun'y lo
Martin V.'B. KKrie, residing in the town
ship and county aloresai.l. All person
having cUitns or demands against ihe es'ate
of the decedent are requested to make
ihem known to lhe undetstuied, and thoe
indebted to the estate to make payment to
the admitiis raior without delay.
MARTIN V. B. KLINE.
January 23, 1 S6 1 6w. Adn.r.
IETTEUS ol a lniit.is;rati'n on the estate
ot Jaccb Wanamacher, late of Frank
lin township, Columbia county, decea.-ed,
have been gratt'.ed by the Register of Co
lumbia county, to lhe undersigned, residing
in said Franklm township ; ail persons hav
ing claims against the eia'e of the dece
dent are reqeested to present them lo the
administrators without delay, and ihoe
indebted to come forward and make pay
ment forthwith to
MARY L WAN AM A CHER,
' J Admr'f.
Frankl.n, Alarch 6, 1861.
Estate cf John C. Gturhart. late of Franklin
tcvtuh'p, Columbia county, deceased.
LETTERS of A Iminis'ranon on the estate
nf Jntin C Gearharl. late of Franklin
township, Columbia coun'y, deceased, nave
been granted, by the Register of said coun
ty, to Daniel C Gearhari, of Maine town
ship, and county aforesaid. All persons
having claims or demands against Ihe cs
late of the decedent are requested to make
them known to the a iminisirator and those
indebted lo the estate lo make payment
DANIEL C. GEARHART.
January 23, 1861 6w. .dmr.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Thomas J. Robbin, lata of Fishingcreek
township, Colombia conntyf deceased, have
been granted by lhe Register of said coun
ty, to Abraham W. Bobbins, residing in
said Fishingcreek township. All person
having claims or demands against the es
tate of the decedent are requested to make
them known to the administrator and tfcose
E S TAB L I S H M E NT
THANKS, nay best thanks,, to all; wilt. .
few slanderers, I have a bone to pick, a V
that i: I forgive tbem, gladly , vtry jJadt,;
they have injured me very litlle; for It?'--
what lhe "knowing" ones say : "Hf a
real good workman, the besl we kno A
excellen Watchmaker and a first rate t '
ver Smith and Jeweller, and if yon U'
rig ht true as gold." Now mind ! how ty.
I 4ln on-irate m rjirti- for this popu'
go-id opinion 1 Ai;-f: fy a re'tv.'-J,
troi;g ffiri to do what 1 right tr:d ' ;
last. New Watches, new tl-k-; 'o i
tirip s,in of con-n'o-' J"wlr; giti -a i"-
mew ot S. ecldei, Hi f ilrf-e- If f !?; f.t : -!,
plated, s eel, iiil .te frn ..t; "
i!ase. io Min b!l H'.'e-: h
I iJI -Oitr'-eri
Watch "la-r"s, il)l.til'g
at d Oi"-ii t ut :
watch fractals hiiiI cl"-k trimn Has. '.
so Inrth Also Sewing Al.icl ifies hep' 0.. j
and repaired. A'- a very tin arin-1- oT
grd t pn,warr!riied 14 Carats, Band Dee-,
Mammotn and Cr.mtr erei I
B'cjmsburg. H"c. S6. 160.
iev A rrival of
Sl'EIAG AND fcOiJlEH GOODS,
Jlavitl l.oweiibci g
INVITES attention lo his slock of cKepp
and fashionale clothing at hi; tiore o n
Mam street, two doors above the 4 Amer
ican House,' where tie has fu I i assort
ment ot men and boy's wearing apparel.,
including ihe most fashionable
I) i: i; s s goods,
Box, sack, frock, gum and oil cloth roy't
of all sorts and sizes, pants of all colorw,
shawls, si ripe s and figure, vests, shirts, cra
vats, stocks, collars ,h and kerchiefs, glove b ,
suspenders and fancy articles.
N. B. He will also make to order any
article of clothing at very shor'notire aru
in the best manner. Ail his clothing in
made lo went t and most of it is of homt
Bioomsbnrg, March 13, 1861.
XEV FALL AND Jl'ISTER
II A It TZ Jtc E T
T I AVE just received from Phdadelphia a
splendid assortment of merchandise,
purchased at the lowest fi2"re, and which
they are determined lo sell for
CnIi or Country Produce,
on as moderate terms a can be procured
elsewhere in Liuht Sfeel. Theii Stock con
sists ot LADIES' DRESS GOODS, choicest
styles and la'est fashions.
DRV GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE. CEDAR
M jf R E, HOLl.OW-W 'Jj II E,
Iron, frails and Spikes,
rOOrxAND SMOES. HATS AND CAPS,
READY-MADE CL0TH1XG, &C &c,
In short evert thing usually kept in a coun
try S'ore. They respectfully invite their
old friends, and the public nenerally, to call
and examine their stock before purchasing
CF The highest price paid for country
MARTZ L ENT.
Light S'reet, Oct. 31, 1860.
" RISK TAKE PP THY BED AND WALK "
The Analytical Physician and Kargean,
IS daily astoni-hing hi patients by iha
cure of Ions standing direase. H!
REMEDIES ARE PURELY YECETA
II J. 10. He will be at Ihe followirg places
the same daj s cf earn m onth as stt'ed t
low, w hen fie can be cons cl'ed for all dis
eases fieth i heir to.
COCLTATIOX Fit EE.
At Nicely's, in Berwick 2ih and 29th.
The Exchange B!oom-burg 3(ih to let.
Tre Mou our House Danville, 2d & 3d.
January 30, 1861 Im-pd.
rETTERS c f admir.i-lratiofi on t! n es
J late ot Joiepi Gearhrt, la'e of Cai'
wissa township, Columhia county, !ecd.t
have been granted by the Roister of s:m '
conn!)-, to the undersigned, residing In
said townshp: and all person havi'-
claims or 'emands against said es ate,
reqne-ted to make kt own the sam to
undersijiied, and tl.o-e n.debied to mak
paymeul foithwnh lo
JOHN KE1FER. Adox'r.
Ca'tawissa twp., March 6 1861.
VOTIL'E i hereby iven ihai r. ler-
' Tetaiiientary upon the esU'e ot Eutx
Scott, late of the township of H!pm,ii trt
county of ("olDtnt 'n, ders.sed, hai I eejj
this d y granted by the R-i-ier of si I
couniy i ll e under-ijznei, re-ii!ing in sai l
township ; and that all i er-on having
nanus or oemaniis a
requested io make
I l 1
ainst said estate r.r
known tre same" to
Ite iaid uudersj-jiied without delav-
WARREN J. WOODWARD.
Bloomsbura. March 6, 161 6 v.
THE SPRING TERM of this li.a i urion
will commence on the
ei li of April and coutinue 10 wefks
BOARDING, IT 1 1 ION, tor ihis term
w 11 be 525,00
Important changes and improvements am
in progress, of which due nonce will soon
For catalogues or further particulars, ad
WM. EURGESS. Principal.
Millvilb, Col. CO., Marc! 6 1"6 I.
x otic i:.
4 LL pernn indebted to the cndert2ned
ir Professional sei vices up lo April
1st, 1S60, aie respct'ully reqnee'ed to call
and settle, either l y Nni or o h-ri.e.
J. C. R UTTER, xM. D.
Bloom-bnrc: Aug. 15 l5.1.-tf.
t oil .WEE-
ood CANAL BOAT for
cheap. Terms io eutt
E. H. LITTLE.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 16, 1S61.
For Sale or Kent.
ffTHE subscriber offers three House
1 and lots lor sale, or tenl, O'te in BIo-t s
burg, one al Buckhcr i, a J one rt lower
Lme Rrde, a'-o a Srore Rrr--n and grana
ry suitMe lor a small S ore or fJrocery, it
being in a guoJ locality o' the town.
Bioomsbnrg Feb. 6, 1861.
W ALL PAPEK! WILL l'APEIJ!!
4 N Ar'icle of most excellent Wall Parier
to be had at the Post OrTice. A Ireit
superior in quality and style to any in thi
Market for sale cheap, bv
K. J. THORNTON.
B'ooms! org, March 13, 1P61.
Dozen E2S wanlid at tt.
pes Office, fmwhich