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STAR OF W NORTH
Wednesday Morning, Blay 8, IS61.
Oca friends at Harrisburg", will please
accept onr thanks for Legislativedocuments.
The Legislature is still in session.
Wf? regret fo slate that Col. V. II. Eut,
was taken ill on Thursday 'last; and has
since been confined to his room. He was
elected 1st 'Lieut, i.i the company which
bade this place adieu oti Tuesday last, for
:Coubt is still in session. The Common
wealth suits were all disposed of by Tues
day afternoon, and he Grand Jurors were
discharged on the same day. To day,
Wednesday, "'will be the last day of this
term from present 'tppearaucea. We will
give a synopsis ot the proceedings in "ttr
best. The young man who was lying in
Jul under the charge of rape was found
guilty in manner and foim as he was indict
ed. He has not yet received his sentence.
He will lead a life of solitary confinement
in the Penitentiary at Philadelphia hereaf
ter for a term of years Two other per
sons were convicted of theft, who will,
all probaoility, receive the same treatment
in proportion to the crime as the first men
tioned. Thc American Agriculturist, for May is
a capital number. Its articles are prepared,
if weay.judVe from the ring of them, by
men of considerable agricultural experience
It is a practical publication, exclusively de
voted to the interests of the farmer, dealing
out information most liberally upon all sub
jects pertaining to the tilling of the soi'.
We would say to our iarmer friends who
desire a publication of this kiutt, take (he
American AgricufcuriJ. It is published in
New York City, 'at SI a year.
NkwJoods. We would announce to our
readers and the public generally that our
young friend, Jacob II. Creasy, has estab
iithel himself at the Hand of late Joseph
Cearhart. in Cattawissa township, where
he hast just 'received an excellent assort
ment of spring and summer merchandize,
from the eastern cites. He invites the
public to call and examine his goods to be
satisfied that be is ab'e to sell to as good an
advantage if not better than yofc can pur.
Ocr military company paid a visit to the
town of Buckhorn on 'fact Satardsy, where
they were most sumptuously provided for,
and 'most hospitably entertained during
the tay. The citizens of'tbak place and
vicinity brought and returned the company
with wagons. From what we can learn the
company spent the day very agreeably, and
all returned well p'eased with the visit.
Wi notice both our up town cotempora
'ries are boasting and speculating over their
fancy type and facilities in general for exe
cutitg job printing. They have said so
much in the way of bringing their exten
sive assortment rl type into notice that
'there is not much left for us to say. But we
would add that we'have a display of type
'and borders (fancy and plain) which will
favorably compare with any in this place;
and father that there is a person in our office
who can execjte a ' piece of work neater,
"cheaper and quicker ihan can be done at
either of the offices above referred to. For
fall particulars and satisfaction, rend in a
.job of work.
Just Arrived. Our enterprising friends
and fellow. townsmen, Messrs. Mil'er &
Eyer, has just received a large and varied
stock of new spring end summer merchan
dise. They have a handsome lot of goods
and no mistake. The ladies department is
well filled, everythhvg they would wish.
There is one thing in connection with the
whole matter which they do nol'ciVe to be
kept a secret, ard that is, they are prepared
to sell goods a little cheaper than hereto
fore, and probably to a better advantage to
lie customer than elsewhere. Call in at
, the " Old Arcade," and take a view of their
stock and obliging salesmen. Ladies won't
lorget. Advertisement next week.
Departure uf oar Military.
Capt, Ricketl's Company left this place,
on Tuesday morning last, for Harrisburg in
'the presence of some two thousand-citi-
zens of Colombia county. They were ta
ken by Wm. Coleman, on canal boat,
accompanied by the Bloorasbarg Cornet
Band and a good number ot our citizens.
The company was composed of a lot of
coble young men, all of whom appeared to
be in good spirits. They were well provi
-ded for in every manner ; our citizens
spared do pains in making these men com
fortable. Eervick Cosslitntional Gnards.
Below we publish :be master roll of the
Berwick, Colombia county Constitutional
tjuard.- The roll is not complete Gazette.
Csplaia FRANK STEWART.
Fret Lieutenant S. E. Walton.
Second Lieut. S. Frank Schwartz.
Orderly Sergeant Harrison Swank.
First Corporal, T. W.Slaubach ; 2d, J. F.
Hertz; 3d, I. F. Chamberlin; 4th, Wrn. A.
A. D. Seely,
A. C. Thorn psom,
W. H. CrandaJl,
Joseph W. Gifroy,
Wm. C. Hall, :
" Silas E. Kisner,
Eldad Turner, . '
Jofiah F. Wilson,
William Shaffer, .
. Samuel Rinard,
Geo D. Jacbbyy
John W. Stackhouse,
Abraham S. Kinsey,
John F. Vount.
AUTHORIZED MILITARY BOOKS
Published by order of the TJ. S. War De
partment 'instruction in Field Artillery.
Prepared by a Board of Artillery Officers
1 vol. 8vo S2.50.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 15, 1859.
Col. S. Cooper, Adjt.-Gen. U. S. A. !
Sir: The Light Artillery Board assem
bled by special Orders No. 134, of 1856,
and Special Orders No. 116, of 1858, has
th honor to submit a revised system of
light Artillery Tactics and Regula'ions rec
ommended for that arm.
WM.H. FRENCH. Bt. Major,
Captain First Artillery.
Captain Second Artillery.
HENKY J. HUN r, Bt. Major,
Captain Second Artillery.
Rifle and Ligtr Infantry Tactic, tor the ex
eicise and maneuvers ot troops when
acting as light Infantry or R fie men.
Prepared under the direction ot the War
Department. By Brwvet Liulenant-Col-onel
W. J- HARDEE, U. S. A. Vol. I.
Schools of the Soldier and Company;
instructions for Skirmishers. Vol. 11.
School ot the Battallion.
Two vols, comple'e. Si. 50.
''An Act io establish an uniform mode of
Discipline and Field Exercise for the
Miliiia of the United States.
'Section 1. That the system of discipline
and field exercise which is and shall be
ordered lo be observed by the regular Ar
my of the United States, in the different
corps of inlantry, artillery, and riflemen,
"shall be oberved by the militia," in the
exercise and discipline of ih said corps,
respectively, throughout the United States'
Approved, Washington, My 12, 1820.
Published by order of the War Department.
Fust Part. School of the Trooper ; o!
the Platoon and of the Squadron Dis
mounted. Second Pari School of ihe
Trooper; of the Platoon and of the
Squadron Mounted. Tuird Part Evo
lutions of a Regiment.
Tt.ree vols. 18tno. $3 75.
War Department, Washington, Feb. 10, '41.
The system of Cavalry Tactics adapted
to the Organization ot Dragoon regiments,
having been approved by the President of
the United States, is now published for the
government of the said service.
Accordingly, insiruction in the same "will
be given after the method pointed out there
in ; and all additions to, or departures from
the exercises and manoeuvres laid down in
this system are poslively forbidden.
J. R. POINSETT,
Secretary ot War.
McCLELLAN S BAYONET EXKRCISES.
Manua of Bayonet Exercises. Prepared
tor the use ot the army ot the United
Stales. By GEORGE B. McCLELLAN,
Captain First Regiment Cavalry, U. S. A
Printed by order of the War Department.
One vol. 12mo. $1,25.
Headquarters of the Arm?, )
Washington, D. C. Dec 31, 1851 j
Hon.C. M. Conrad, Secretary ot War.
Sir: Herewith I have ihe honor to sub
mit a system ot Bayonet Exercise, tranla
led Irom the French by Captain Geo. B.
McClelittn, Corps Engineers U.S. Army.
I strongly recommend its being primed
for distribution to the Army; and it.ut it be
made, by regulation, a pad of the "system
The inclosed extracts from reports of the
Inspector Genera!, eic, show ihe value.
I have the honor lo be, sir, with high re
Your most obedient servant.
Approved, WIN FIELD SCOTT.
C. M. CONRAD,
Secretary of War.
January 2, 1X52.
R. JONES, Adjutant-General.
Any ol the Above works lorwarded by
mail, free of postage, to any part of the
United Slates on the recipl of the published
price. Remittance can be made in gold
dollars and postage stamps. Address
J. B L1PP1NCOTT& CO.
Book-ellers, Publishers, and S'alioners,
Nos. 22 and 24 North Fourth Street.
May 1st. 1861 Iw.
EXQTJOaSA LIQTJC21S i
'Wholesale and ISctail.
THE subscriber would announce to the
citizens of Bloomsburg and vicinity,
that fie is selling LIQUOUS in lare and
-mall quantities, and at different prices, at
his New Store, on Main Street, -ff.
north side, two doors sooth oT f.f, O
Iron street, Bloomsbor. His
stock ot Foreign and Domestic rf-hyTVSi
consis's of Cognac and Rochelle. Blackbrr-
Ginaer, Raspberry and Lavender. He
a large assortment of
Old Rye, gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and any quantity ol
common. Ke aUo has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines; and last but not least, a
quantity of good double extr? BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell at iht-,
lowest cash prices. The public ate respeci
fclly solicited to give his liquor a trial.
D. W. ROB BINS, Agt.
Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861.
IVTOriCE is hereby given that Loiter of
Administration on the estate ot Thorn..
Aten, sen., late of MifBin township. Col
Countv. have been granted by Ihe Register
of said county to William Aten, residing in
Nercopeck township, Luzerne county ami
Thomas Aten, residing in Mifflin township
Colombia county. All persons bavin?
claims or demands against ihe estate of the
decedent, are requested to make them
known to the undersigned without delay
and thoe indebted will make payment
WILLIAM ATEN. ) ,i ,:
THOMAS ATEN. )
Mifflin, April 10, 1861 -6t.
IETTERS ol administration on ihe estate
ol Jacob Wanamacher, lata of Frank
lin township, Columbia county, deceased,
have been granted by the Register of Co
lumbia county, to the undersigned, residing
in said Franklin township j all persons hav
ing claims against the 'esta'e of the dece
dent are requested to present them lo the
administrators without delay, and those
indebted to come forward and make pay
ment forthwith to
MARY L. WANAMACHER, ) . .
FRANKLIN TREIBLEY, JAdmrn.
Franklin, March 6, 1861.
G. S. HARRIS,
UNION FLAG MANUFACTORY
S. E. COR. FOURTH AND VINE STS.,
United States Flag of all sizes; also
Union Badges of various styles and sizes.
May. 1st, 1861.-
Ayers Cathartic Pills.
JVEH MILLINERY GOODS,
SIP 31 USE ilKT gESEOISIIie
TlfJSS MARY BARKLEY, would respect
fully inform her customers in Blooms
burg and vicinity, 'thatshe' ha just received
from the eit j- an excellent assortment of new
,'fiuer than ever, and more cal
l? culated to please the taste ot
-T the most fastidirm. Sha has
paid btrit attention in making her dele
tions' rf boh nets, consequently has thebest
assortment, probably, ever brought io this
place. She has an assortment ot nea I and
handsome ha ts and caps for little Misses,
all of which she can di.-pose of cheap.
Give her a call before purchasing else
where. Shop on Main Street, below Mar -kei,
Blod'nisturg, April 17, 1861.
Bloom James Freeze, John Leacock,', L.
mier Joel Bredbender, Peler HaUik.
Benton John Doty.
Cattawissa William John, Daniel Gear
hart, Joseph Mariz, Daniel Kreigh.
Conyngharn Isaac W. llaus, Frederick R.
'Centre Peter Miller.
Fishinucreek Albert Ammerman,'Gebr2e
M. Howell, Hugh McBride,
Greenwood David Dreiblebis,
.Hemlock John M. Barton,
Jackon Jnhn Keller.
'Locnst Davitl Koslenbauder, George Kel
ler, Enoch Kester, Silas Whynn, Abra
Maine William Gfltling.
Mfflin Solomon Eckroth, Levi Cr'eay,
Mi. Pleasant George Caveoee, Samuel
Ma iion Joseph C. Smith, Robert 'Johnson.
Gtanse Nathan Miller.
Pine Bettj -tm in V i titers! een,
Si-ou Samuel Betz
Siy;.r'oaf John M.Cole.
FOR MAY lEiUl, 1861.
Bloom George H. Brown Joseph Weaver.
Benton Peter'Ca'e, Kt i Mendeuhall.
Beaver Samuel Cox, Peter Knechl.
Briarc'reek Jonas VV riijht.
Cnttawissa William Miller, Maihias Hart
man. 'Centre EdwarJ !Hartman, Gilbert H. Fow
!leT. 'Fisli'nccreek Jarnes Tdgar.
Greenwood Edward Alberison.
Hemlork' John H. Faust, E-aw Girton,
Locust Henry Keller, Adam Dfmrnig, Ja
cob Harner, Leonard Adams.
Madison laac Whipple.
Monionr Jacob Arnwine.
Suk ;af W illiam Stephens, jr.
''FHIiWt'ersijined offers lor sil svt the
Store merly kept by Joseph Oearnart
Caltawissa township, about
rom the town ot Cattawisfea,
XD SIMMER GOODS,
snpe'ior to afwever Droustit to mat section.
His stock cf goods i varied and of an ex
cellen: quality. He U prepared to sell cheap,
having purchased his goo.U to suit the
ifmes. Purchasers are conti ally in vited to
call and examine his stock for th mselve.
"Qvick Sales and Small profits," has
been adopted a his motto.
CCotniry prodnce taken in exchange
'for goods at the regular market prices.
JACOB 41. CREASY.
Catiawissa twp.. May 1st, 1861.
run LIC SALE.
Trt E under. "tgned Executor of the last
will and testament of Elizebeth Ent late pf
Scott township, Columbia county, decayed,
will expose to Sale by public vendue, upon
the premeis, or.
SATURDAY THE Will DAY OF 111 AY
LOT OF GROUIVI),
situate in the village of Light Street, in the
township aforesaid, frontina on . Main
Street, and joining a lot owned by Mrs.
Hagenboch, beitii in width on said
itreet 60 feet, and in depth 165 feet on
which is erected a
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
two Morie hish, and almost new, late the
DANIEL G. EXT, Execulou
Light Street, April 17, 1861.
NEW HATS AND CAPS !
At.T. K- Virion's Hal Store.
yHE nndersianed respectfully inform! ihe
citizens of Bloomburg, and 'he public
in seneral, that ha has jnt received from
Philadelphia a lot of NEW HATS & CAPS,
for Sprin-i and Summer, of the very latest
styles and fashions, all of which h i pre
pared to sell cheaper ihan can be had else
where, with the exception of the manufac
turer. He na all kinds, styles, sort and
sizes, of hats and caps, probably the mot
varied u-orlment ver bronaht to town.
Alo STRAW GOODS, including the mod
ern sijles and fashions.
feSiore on Main StreC, nearly oppoit
the "Old Arc-de."
JOHN K GIRTON.
Blonm-W-T. A i! 24, l.6l.
H ATCH MAKER SII0F!
THE uridetsigned would intoim hi
friends and customers and the
mankind, that he continues to pay pariiccur
attention io the repairing ol watd'esj
weight, spring, and lever clo k3 ; jew
elry and everything belonuing ir. hi bit,
and that it is at all lime, and in all cse
his desire to give perlect atisU I on. He
is an "excellent" workman, has visited
several, and worked in thrze of the fi-l
Cities in the world New York, Philaiel
phia and the area! City of Paris in France.
Particular attention i paid to re-gilding or
what i lermed "platins."
Bloomsburj, April 10. 1861.
Estate of Peter Kline, late of Locust toicnship,
Columbia county deceased
LETTERS of administration on the estate
of Peier Kline, late ol Locum township,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted by the Register of said county to
Martin V. B. Kline, residing in the tow.i
ship and counly aforesaid. All persons
having claims or demands against the estate
of ilie decedent are requested io make
them known in the ondeisigned, and those
indebted to the estate to nrfcke payment to
the administrator without delay.
MARTIN V. B. KLINE,
January 23, 1861 6w. Admr
CARP T .FEAY1XG,
MACHINE STITCHING fCY
MRS. CATHARINE ZUPPINGER, begs
leave to inform the Public thai she
will bo happv to give full satisfaction in
the above business.
Bloomsburg, April 10, 1861.
LIFE 1'ILLS & PIIOEMX BITTERS.
rilHESE MEDICINES have now been be
- .h tor a T,or,o-t f Ti i
rjcrj mrjuii-im'jo nuo uuw ueeii ie-
Years, and during lhat time have maintained
.n.t.tnnnr.ih.i f i ha v m a I n, o r. o,t
a high chaiacler in almost every part of the
Globe, foi their extraordinary and 'imme
diate power of restoring perfect "health 'to
persons sufferine'tmder nearly every kitid
of disease to which ttto human frame is
The following are among the distressing
variety of human diseaf in which the
VEGETABLE IAVIZ MAnVWV.S
Ate well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing
I'lhe first and second sidmches, and crea
ting a flow of pnr, healthy bile, ins-ead ol
th? stale and acrid kind: Flatulnc", Los
ol Appetiielleartbum, Headnche, Rfstles
nej. Ill-Temper. Anxiety, Languor, and
Melancholy, which are ihe general symp
toms of Dyspepsia, w ill vanish, as a nat
tural consequence of iis tfure.
COSTIVKNESS, by cleansing1 ("he whole
length of the intestines with a so'veni pro-cei-s,
and without violence; all violent pur
ges leave the bowels coMive within two
FEVERS or all kinds, by restoring the
blood to a regular circulation, through ihe
procens of respiration in such cases, and
the thorouuh soluiion of all inteMinal ob
strnction in others.
The Lile Medicine havbe"en known to
cur RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in half lhat time, by
removing local i.flamal?on from the mus
c.h'8 nd lisaments of the joint".
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
trengthing the kidney and bladder; they
operate mont delightfully on these i'mpor
laM orsans. and hfrtce have ever been
found a cert aln'retnedy for the wo rt-t'ea.-es
of GRAVEL. .
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the
turnings of the bowels the slimy "matter io
which these crea'urs aJhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
'SORES, by the perfect puiity which these
LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and
all the humors
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD
COMPLEXIONS, by their alterative effect
upon the fluids ihat feed the bkin, and Ihe
morbid al of which occasions all erup
tive t nm plaints, sallow, cloudy , and other
The ue of iheie Pi'.W for a very short
tim will effect an entire cure of SALT
RHEUM, and a striking 'improvement in
ihe clfarnexs ot the skin Common oiuw
nd Influei'za'will always be cured by one
dose, or by two ir. the worst caes.
PILES The original proprietor of ihese
Medicines, wa cured of Piles, 35 years
standing by the use of the Life Medicines
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge
of he Western country, these Medicme
will be found a sa?e? speedy and cerlai"
remedy. Other medicines leave 'the sys
tem subject lo a return of the disease a
cure bv ihese Medicines is permanent
TRY THEM, be Sansfied and be Cured.
BILIOUS FEVERS aND LIVER COM
PLAINTS General Debi'ity. Loss of ap
peti.e, and Diseases of Females .the Med
icines have been 'used Xviili me 'most ben
eficial results in canes of thi description:.
Kings Evil, and Scrofula, in its wo'r-t forms
yields to the mild yet powerful action ol
these remarkable Medicines. Night Sweat"
Nervous debility, Nervous Complaints ol
all kiod Palpitation of the Heart, Pain
ters' Colic, are speedily cured.
M ERCURI AL DISEASES.-Person whme
coiiMitutions have bpcomt impaired by the
injud iciouj ue ot Mercury, will find thes"
Medicines a perfect cure, as they never
fail to eradicate Irom ihe System, all the
efffcts ol Me-cury, infinitely sooner than
the uio-i powerful preparations of Sarapa
rilla. Prepared and sold by
W. B. MOFFAT,
335 Brndwav, New York.
FOR SALE BY. ALL DRUGGISTS.
April 17, 18 61-ly.
Y Virtue of a cerlain writ of Venoitioni
Eironas. issued out of the Conn f
Common Pleas, of Luzerne county, to me
directed, will be exposed to ""ale at Public
vendue or outcry, on Saturday, the llrA
day of May next, at 10 o'clock, in the tore
nooo. at me Court House, in the B.uough
of Writke Barre. in the county of Luzerne,
the following described property, viz :
ALL lhat certain tract, piece or parcel of
land, situate in the township, of Nesco
peck in tha County of Luzerne, Pennsjl
vaiua, and the township bt Mifflin, Col
umbia rounty Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows : On the wet by lot
of John Williams, and the Susquehanna
River; on ihe South by lands ot Samuel
Smith; on the Ea-t by lands ol Levi Kirk
endall, nd B. Evans, and on the North by
land late of Jacob Buzzard, Han, heirs of
R. M. Brundage and John Williams, in all
containing one hundred and lorty acres of
land, more ot less, about one hundred and
twenty acres therof improved, with a one
i-tory and a half frame dwelling house, and
frame barn thereon about one hundred
acres therof lies in the said Township of
Nescopeek, and about lotty acres ihereol
lies in the said Towrifhip of Mifflin, in
said County of Columbia. The improve
ment mentioned, lie in the said township
of Nescopeek in std County of Luzerne
Itbeinc ihe same farm or tract ol land,
convey. -tl by M. S. Brundage and wie io
William Ri'tenhouse. late ihe estate of ihe
deleridani in the said writ named with the
Seized Mid taken in execution at the mi'ii
of M S. Brundage vs. William Rittenhou"
All ol which will be sold for rah only by
SAMUEL VAN LOON, Sheriff.
Smv.kikf's Offick, )
U like- B-.-e. April 10. 1861. J
NEW GOODS VEUY CHEAP J
OF EVERY VARIETY,
OF EVERY VARIETY,
OF EVERY VARIETY.
TO BE SOLD AT PRICES,
TO BE SOLD AT PRICES,
TO BE SOLD AT PRICES,
JUST TO SUIT THE TIM KS
JUS! TO SUIT THE TIMES,
JUST TO SUIT THE TIMES,
AT L. T.SHARPLESS' STORE,
ATL.T :H ARPLESS' STORE,
AT L. T. 5H ARPLESS' STORE.
The above car be verified by calling in
and examining the goods.
Bloomsbur-, April 24, 1861.
THE third session of ihe present Aca
demic ye;;r of ine Orangeville Academy
and Normal Institute, will open on Tues
day, the 23d day of April, 1861.
For information in regard lo expenses,
accommodation, &c. see circular ol Janua
ry 21st, or address
J. A. SHANK, Principal.
Orangeville, April 10, 1861.
FIELU X0T1CE FOR LIfEXSES.
JOIIL'E is 'hereby given that the follow
ing person in Columbia county, have
. , . t ri
n'etl petitions in the ooun oi quarter
Desbiors, ol the Saul cuntv lor i avem anu
Store Licenses in their respective town
ships, which said petitions will be present
ed to the said Court on Mondfiy,' the ' 6th
day' of May, 'A. D., 1861,' of which all per
sons interested will take notice, and the
Licences will be granted on 'Wednesday,
the 8th day of Mav nflxt. a: 2 o'clock, p. m.
o wiih ii
William B. Koons,
Oiiver A Jacoby,
John J. Stile.
Christian F. Nelle,
I C it
i, " Beaver.
" Mt. Pleasant.
Store, Bl oom.
Franklio L. Shuman
Fred. R Wohltoith,
John R. Jones,
William L. Kline,
Jacob li. Kistler,
Daniel 'Re in bold,
Samuel Kopittnbade i
Geo. VV. Hoffman,
W. A. Kline,
Geo. L. Shoemaker,
John L. HurM,
Isaac Fah ringer,
Samuel Rem by,
A. 'K. "Smith,
Joh i F. Deiterich,
Daniel L. Everhar',
Wilbard C Green,
A. J. Evans,
R B. Me;:agh,
Di iel McKernan,
Jeremiah S. Biob-l
binenbender & W il
JACOri EYERLY, Cietk
Proihoi.otary's Otfice, )
Bloomuru, April 10,1861
NOTICE is hereby giving lo all legatees,
creditors and other persons interested
in the estates of ihe respective decedents
and minors, thai the following adminilra- i
lion and suardian accounts have been filed
in 'he office of the Register of Columbia
county, and will be prefented lorcoohrma-
lion and allowance lo ihe Urpfcar. s Court,
lo be held at Bloomsburg, in the county
aforesaid, on Wednesday'the 8'h daj of May
next, a! 2 o'clock, in Ihe afternoon.
1 Account of Matbia Gilbert, Guardian
of Chriftiann Siroup, daughter of Jonathan
2 Account of Henry C. Freas and Geo.
Frea. Administrator- of ihe estate ol John
Freas, late of Briarcreek twp., dee'd.
3 Account ol John Mic hael, Executor of
the lal will ar.d testament of Ulrich Mich
ael, Ute of Mifflin towp , dee'd.
4 Tne final account of Gideon Nus, ad-mini-tra'or
of the estate of Peter Nuss, late
of Mifflin township, dee'd.
5 The account of Henry Remley, adm'r
of John Remley, late of Orange township,
6 The first and partial account of Reuben
Miller, Executor of Ihe last will and ieta
meut of John Linden, late of Briar Cteek
7 The account of Montgomery C6'e and
Hester Aon Cole, Administrator Ol the
estate ol Benjamin F. Cole, le of Benron
8 The aewmt of Jacob Hartzel jr.. Guar
dian of Fanny Hepler, late Fanny Lnzt, one
of ihe chddren of Gabriel Lii'Z, late of Mif
flin township, d-ceased.
y The account ol Christian Lmz. jr ,
Giiiirdi.in of Klizabeih Lotz, (r.ow Eliza
be h Mo-leller) ime of the heir ol Gabriel
Lu'Z. late ot Mifflin lovvp. dee'd.
10 The account ol Leonard Adam and
Henrj Hoffman, jr. Executor ot Henry
Hoffman, sen., late ol Roaringcreek town
1 1 The account of Benjamin Wagner and
John P. Waller, administraiors of the e-tate
of Reuben Ilelwig, late ol Locu.-t township,
12 The account of John Hughps, admin
istrator of the e-tate of David Philips, late
of Ri-aringcreek township. Montour county
(now Locust township, Columbia County,)
13 The account o.' John Hughes, Execu
lor ol the estate of Abraham Troxell, late
of Locisi iownhip, dee'd.
14 The account of Anna Louisa Johnson,
administratrix of the estate of Evan John
son, late of Madison township, deceased.
15 The account of Lewis Yetier, dm'r
ol the esialrt of George Harder, late of Cat
iawis township, deceased.
16 The account of James Ma?ter, Adm'r
of Jesse Mather, late of Greenwood lown
17 The account of John K. Watis & James
Master-, Adrn'rs of the estate of Barnaba
Wans, late of Greenwood township, tlecM.
18 The first and final account of EMa
il. Laubach, Adm'r of the estale of George
Latibrtch, late of Fishingcreek township,
19 The account of Joseph E. Sands,
Guardian of Jacob Shnltz, a minor child ol
Wiihani Slnii z. late of Greenwood town-
20 The a count of Jrthn Tribly. Guar
diHM ! Samuel Weld Garri-on, 'mip of the
son- and hejr ol J.roii Gifri-Otl, la'rt ('!
RlmVo tow'i-hi;i, ilece i-e i.
21 1 he ;iTtojiit ol Benimiii
dian ol He ry Brown, one
61 the Mm
ami heirs of Daniel Brow.-j,
Uie of Maine
22 The account of Benjamin McIIenrv,
Executor ot he la-t will and testament of
Elias McHenry, late of Fishingcreek town
23 The account of Michael Federoil, and
Mary Mowry, Administrators of the estate
of Michael Mowry, late of Roanuacreek
21 The account of Charles H. Ceobler,
Guardi.tn of Elstia H. Biggs a minor child
of Elisha H. Biags late of Bloom township
Columbia county, decea-ed.
25 The first and final account of John
Smith, admr. of Henry Smith, late of Mad
Uon township, dee'd.
Register's Office, ) Register.
Bloomsburg, April 10, i861. J
S. C SUITE,
Manufacturer of Furniture and Cabinet War
Wareroom inShive's Block, or. Main Snee
BLANKS ! BLANKS ! ! BLANKS ! l '
EXECUI IONS, SUBPOZNAS,
AND JUDGMENT NOTES,
of proper & desirableforma,fosale at the
cf5c ofthe'Vtar ofthe North."
O O : & & OOO & -1? 4? i
OP ALL KINDS,
at J. jr. iJt:vi:u's
1 ' S -
Cljenpei than liver.
May 16, 160.
f'r J. ft ft tc' ft ft f' f J? " f'f' f
. 'Uf v. i v . K
GOOD.NEVVS.FOR THE UNEMPLOYED !
1000 CHANCES TO BIAKE MONEY !
TO BE DISPOSED OF ON . ,
AN ENTIRELY NEW
2,500 AGENTS WANTED !
All persons deeirous of securing an Agen
cy in this
I EW EIVTEIJ v i: I sr.
Should send on their names at once, enclo
sing a 3 cent stamp to pay postage, and re
ceive by return of mail
1JYD Zf CEMENTS
Which afford a
RARE 'CHANCE TO MA'KE MONEY
Without risk, together with
Relative to this
To insure prompt and satisfactory deal
ings, direct all orders to
i:Jl) 4 hefiinllre(t,
April 1, 1861 -xw.
Ty AYS the entire cost for Tuition in the
mot popular and successful Commer
cial School in the country. Upward of
Twelve Hcndrf.d yout.g men from twentv
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
no'hing of accounts when they entered
I T MMti-ter- soni hall price. Student?
enter at any time, and review when they
please, without extra charge.
For Catalogues of 84 pae. Specimens
of Prof. Cowley's Buine jirnl Ornamental
Penmanship, and a!ar: Euzravinv 'of Ihe
College, inclose tweniy five cents in Post
age Oiarnps to ihe Principal.
JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
January 9. 1S61.
'WMIE nexi Convention of ihe "Literary
Union ot Moriioo r, Colum bia. and adja
cent counties, w II be held al ihe Court
House, in Danville, on Ihe 27ih of April,
lnGl, at 10 o'clock, a m. All Societies ot
ihe above characer are cordially requested
to fcend five ik-legat'fs to represent them in
The public generally are invited to at
tend. HEBER PAINTER, )
A.J. HARDER, Com. of Arrange
CHAS. W.SHOLES, ) meats
Danville, March 29, 1861.
THAT'l have applied to the Honorable
Judges of the Conn of Common Pleas, of
Columbia county, for the benefit of the
several acts of Insolvency of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, and . they have
appointed MONDAY THE Cth OF MAY
NEXT, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to hear
and my creditors, at ihe COURT HOUSh
to Bloomsburs, when and where yon may
attend if jon think proper.
Bloomsburg, April 10, 1361.
LETTERS t f administration on the es
taie ol Joseph Gearhirt, late of Catta-wi-a
town-hip Columhia county, dee'd.,
have be-n aranteil by the Register of said
count), to the under-igned, residing in
said town-tip: and all persons having
claim or I'emauds against said estate, are
reqne-tei! to make known the same to the
undersinm', and iho-e indebted lo make
payment fotthwiih to
JOHN KEIFER, Adm'r.
Cattawia twp., March 6, 1861.
THAT I have applied io the Honorable
Juil 'esot the Couri of Common Pleas, ol
Columbia county, lor ihe benefit of the
several acts of Insolvency of the Common'
wealth ol Pennsylvania, and ihey have ap
pointed MONDAY THE Cth DAY uFMA Y
NEXT, at 10 o'clock, A. JM., to hear me
and itiV creditors, at ihe COURT HOUSE,
in Bloomsburg, when and where you may
attend if jou think proper.
Bloomsburg, April 10, 1861.
TfiTtrK is herebv Liven that Letter?
Testamentary upon the estate ol Ellen
Scott, late ofthe lownshipof Bloom, in the
county of Columbia, deceased, have been
this day granted by the Register of said
comity to the undersigned, residing in said
township; and lhat all persons having
claims or demands against said estate, r.re
requested to make known the same to
the said audersigned without delav.
. WARREN J. WOODWARD.
Bloorasburg, March 6f 1861 6w.
HEALTH AKD ITS PLEASURES,
Disease With Its Agonies;
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
II O IIO WAYS Pi f ; 1
What 'i ' moire tearful than a breaking;
dow n ol ihe nervous esiern 7 To exci
table or nervous in'a small dearee is most
distressing, for where can "a remedy f e
found 1 There is one T drink but little
wine, beer, or sp'iritu, or far'fietier. i one ;
lake no coffee, weak' tea Wiwj. preferable;
eel all ihe Iresh air you can ; take three or
lour Pill every nigjx; eat plenly of r-olids,
avoiding' the u-e of hlojs ; and if these gold
en rules' are followed, ou will be happy
in mind and strong in body, And forget yon
have any nerves.
mothers and daughters.
If there is one thing more than another
for which these Pills are "so inrnous it in
their purifying properties, 'x-pecialiy their
power of cleansing ihe blood from all im
purities, and rernovins angeroos and sus
pended fecretions. Universally adopted as
ihe one etand 'remedy for female cdmp'ainta
thev never fail, never weaken the system,
and always bring about what is required.
SICK HEADACHES 'AND WANT .OF
These feelings which so sadden 'us.'mof-t
frequently arise from annoyances or troub -le,
from obstructed perspiration, or from
eaiing and drihkino what is or fit for ns,
thus disordering ihe liver and si omach
These 'organs must be regulated if you wist
to be well. The Pill, it taken according
to the printed instruction, will quickly re
store a healthy action io both liver and
stomach, whence'follow as a natural con
sequence, a yocd appetite and a clear Head.
In the Easi and West Indies scalcely
other medicine is ever used for Iheee
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all diseases affecting pthese organs,
whether they secrete loo much or too little
water; or whether Ihey be afflicted with
stone or gravel, or with aches and pains
settled in ihe loins'over the regions of the
kidneya, these Pills should bo taken accor
ding io ihe printed instructions directions,
and the Ointment should be well rubbed
into the small of the back at bed lime. This
treatment will give almost immedi&te relief
when all other means have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER.
No medicine will so effectually imp'ro've
the ibr.e of the stomach as these Pilis; they
remove all acidity, occasioned either by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce it lo a healthy
action; they are wonderfuliy efficacious in
cases of spasm in fact ihey never fail in
cuiing all disorders of the li er and stc'rncch'i
llollnway's THh are the best remedy known Hi
the world Jor the following diseases.
Blotches on the
Cohs'ipaiion of tha
Fevers of all
Stone and Gravel,
Worms of all kinds
C.4UTIOX !! -None are srennine unless
the words "HoUowav", New York and Lon
don' are di-cernable a a K 'atcr-mark in
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot or box : the same may be plainly
seen by hu'ditg the krfto the light. A hand
some reward will be given tn any one
rendtfrins such information a- may lead io
the detection of any party or pa-ties coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
same, knowing ihem to be spurious.
Sold a. tSe Manufactorr of Profefor
Hoiloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respecable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world,
in boxes at 25 cents, 62 cents and SI each".
I ir" There is considerable 6tvirigby ta
king she laraer sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance of p a
tients in every disorder are affixed to each
October, 17. i860.
iN'ew Arrival ol"
SPUVG AM) SUUIEU GOOD!,
INVITES attention to his fctock of cheap
and fashionale vlothing at his 6torc&
Ma-n street, two doors above the 'Amer
ican House,' where he has a fullassort
men t o I men and boy's wearing apparel ,
iucludin '.he most fashionable
i i: i: s s (; oous,
Box, sack, frock, gum and oilcloth coat
of all sorts and sizes, pants of all colors,
shawls, stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cra
vats, stocks, cellars .handkerchiefs .gloves .
suspenders and fancy articles.
N.B. He will also make to order any
article of clothing at very shortnotlce and
in the best manner. All his clothing is
madetotrfai, and most of it is of home
Bioomsburg, March 13, 1861.
(Late Whits Swan)
Uace Street, above 3d Philadelp bid
QUILLMAN $ BOYER, Proprietors.
Tel-Bits 81.25 per day.
rpO the old customers of this well-known
J. House, we desire to say, that we have
renovated, improved and newly famished
ihe same, and ihat we respectfully solicit
a continuance ol their patronage.
Sirangers, travelers and visitors we cor
dially invile to the hospitallity of Ihe "Na
tional "to come and see and judge for
themselves of iis advantages and meriis.
Our location is central; and convenient
for Merchant and business men generally.
We will always endeavor to study the
wants and comfort of our aoesfa, and with
the assistance of Mr. Joseph Hocscii. oor
affable and at'cnliv Clerk, wp feel prepar
ed to keep a good Hotel, aid hope lo give
- J HENKY QUI LLM AN;
Philad , Feb. 1, 1861 y.