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SLOOMSBUUGj.SEY. i. i t j a," r"Sl 1 DOIOUH.VTIC STATU NOM1NAT IOiS. , FOR UOVERNOH. GEN. WM. F. PACKER, UP LtlrtMIMU UHH1V, I'OR, CANAt, C0MMI84IONF.H, NIMR.OD STRICKLAND, or ant.Tpa i-oikty. rot; juhoa's. o tub supiiemk counr. WI.IilAM STRONG, IP RFRKf tOLHTT. JAMES THOMPSON, op nil otvrr. DQlOriJATH: COIIXTY NOMINATIONS. Toll CONUUE8S, PAUL LEIDY, Esq., OP MONTOUR COUNTY. rou ASSEMBLY, PETER ENT,, op Oolumiha Cq. JOHN V. SMITH, of Wyoming Co. toil rr.OTUONOTAIlY, JAC01S EVENLY, o Bloom Township. ron itEaisTEB and recoiideh, DANIEL LEU, of Mount Township. Full COMMISSIONS!! KLIAS I)U:TI:UH K, of Montour twp., I'OR TREASURER, JAMES S. .tlcMMll, of ralawissa hvp,, FOR AUDITOR, JOHN It. YOlllJ, of MilUin Townstjip. Abolition vs. Christianity. Among tho disastrous consequence of tho fauaticxl agitations of tho Northern abolitionists, nono arc moro sincerely to bo deplored than those which havo fallen upon tho various denominations of Chris tians who havo heretofore been endeavoring to live in peace with themselves and with the world. Never beforo has tho great enemy of their faith succeeded in throwing into their midst a firebrand moro fatal to their union, moro subversive of their priu ciplcs, or moro Wasting to their hopes : than this, which tho arch-fiend appears to havo ignited at tho blazing furnaco of discord, in his own infernal regions. And surely, no ono who cherishes in his bosom a singlo cpark of that puro Cro which ani mated and sustained tho early preachers of charity and good will amongst men, can oontemplato without the" most painful feelings, tlio exhibition of malignancy and porsonal hate which almost daily occur among those who havo heretofore professed to be of ono faith and one baptism ; or wilhout,atloast, experiencing a momentary apprchcDiion that at last tho devil has concocted a dvico by which he will ulti mately triumph over the Boothing promises of the Gospel. To behold ono denomina tion after another falling into tho snaro which has been artfully set for tbcm, is ndced such a melancholy spcctac'c as may well cause the most poignant grief in the hearts oi all true Christians. Nevertheless, neither the devoted friends of tho Gospel, nor tbo patriotic friends of the Constitution, need havo any just grounds of fear from tbo machina ions of tho .rincc of dema gogues helow, or from thoso of his imps upon earth, so long as they remain firmly attachid to the virtues and faith cf their fathers. They hvo aforttinie been taught liow to triumph over the pretended religious, as well as the political enemies of their country and its institutiuns. Let the treasures of reason and charity bo fairly exhausted beforo there shall ho any resort to that final and fearful arbitration which writes its docrecs and sets its seal in fra tricidal blood. Let us hope on, reason on, for tho safety and perpetuity of our glorious constellation of republics, until the last link wbieh shall hold them together is broken. And then, let tho responsibility, and the punishment, and tho shau.c, fall upon the heads of those who may be instru mental in producing so diro a calamity as. would cn?uc. It is a melancholy reflection, liowcyer, thatsbo.uhl destruction come upon tho country, it will be' ushered through tho jpoitals of a vast number of the Christian jiai evangelical churches. It is not yet too late, perhaps, for many of them to set about calculating tho yaluo of the Union, parti cularly in respect U religious liberty, religious progress and respectability, Ahrougbout not merely this continent, but tho entire world. Thcro will bo no harm dono by thoso who aro really piously inclined, if they will give, a portion of their thoughts to thoso interests of religion ; end if they will ask themselves, "What will become of us, and tho purity and sanctity -of our faith j if tho devil and tho fanaticism of our brethren ball .force us into a bloody arena, to fight for principles inconsistent with our creed, and for objects which aro .denounced find anathematized in tho loly Xlospol, which Jio profess to ndhero do in all things 1" iCf Thollepublican Congressional Con fcrccs of this district met at Wilhes-liarro, on Thursday last, and nominated Smith, 13. Tiiomtson ot Danville as their candid' jite for Congress, "- -"-' - tST Kt W. Wkavib, Esu., our neigh bor of tho Star, wo regret to' lcaru,' is dangerously indisposed. rgy A number of Uook Notices Athcr matter U uuaToidahly emitted. and Forownrncd is Foroarmod. There hover was a tetter prospcot for an overwhelming Democratic victory in our Stato than at present. Indeed many sensible men of tho opposition freely con. coded tlio election of tlio Democratic State ticket) and wo doubt very much if tbo moss of tlio opposition liavo tlio loast Lopo of 'electing their tirkct. It is 6aid by tlio I knowing ones that Ilazkhurst will outrun i Wilmot in 1'hiladclphia and this al"no will elect Packer by a tremendous majority. It is .lsocouGdcntly claimed by tho straight out Amcrioans, that Ilazlchurst will bo neck and neck with Wilmot in tlio general voto of tho State, lint lot tbo raco between tho opposing oindidatcs bo as it may, there is but liitlo doubt of tho election cf Packer by a large majority. Tho opposition is merely lighting to keep up its organization with tho hopo of carrying certain counties an! districts for tho local offices. 'Whilst all this is true, it docs not become demo crats to remain inactive, and trust altogether to tho inherent strength of their cause. "Eternal vigilaueo is the price of liberty" and unsparing vigilaneo is tho prieo of Democratic victories. Every Donioerai should bo prepared to do battle for his party, should sio to it that his neighbor is aroused to the nnporUnco of attending tho polls and aiding in tho election of the whole democratic ticket. Let every Demoorat turn out ou election diy aud work, and ho will have tho proud satisfaction of seeing another complcto Democratic victory; but, if ho should permit apathy to lay hold of him apd remain at home, he may have the mortification of witnessing tho defeat of his party and its usages. It is a true say ing that ''forewarned is forearmed'" PAUL LEIDY, Esq., We tako pleasure in announcing, that tho gentleman whoso natno heads this ar ticle, 'was on Saturday morning last, nom inated by tho Confereo Convention of tho Twelfth District', as tho Dcmooratio Can didaio for Congress. Tho contest for tho nomination, was a protracted ono, includ ing four days, and on tho fifty sevonth ballot, as will be seen by tho proceedings published, in cxttnso, elsewhere in this journal, resulted in thechoico of Mr. I.oidy This result was proper, and is only siuiplo justice to ftlontour county, wheneo Mr, .Montgomery, who was elected last ycarj was chosen, and whoso place m Congress, Mr. Lcidy is nominated to fill. Mr. Lcidy, our Congressional Nominee, is an excellent young man aud will make a strong candidate. He is a lawyer of fine abilities, pleasant address, and what is infinitely more desirable, a gentleman of tho highest moral character. His demo eracy like his wholo life, is above suspicion Mr. L., will bo clotted by at least tlirce thousand majorily. District Politics. Tho Dompcratio Senatorial Conferees for this District, met at Danvillo on last Saturday, and balloted somo thirty-two times without making a nomination. The vote stood, four for C. R. Ruckalcw, two for Judge Wclkor, of Northumberland, and two for Maj. Keller, of Snyder county. To day they meet again at Milton, and will doubtless mako a nomination. Tho Conferees representing tho groat llejiublican party of Columbia, met them selves last Saturday at Dloomsburg, for the purposo of nominating two candidates for tho Legislature, and finding nobody elso there, " fizzled out." Tho Congressional Conferees, of the samo party, also met on Saturday, at MH- ton, and "di'Ulcd but!'' Montour County Affairs. Danville Sept., 21, 1857. Dear Col. Tho Montour County Agricultural Society held a meeting at ono o'clock to day lo wake arrangements for tho County Fair, to lo held on tho 8th and Oth .of October. I was glad to seo tho Society in a very flourishing oondition. Court called at 2 o'clock, Jordan, President Judge, and. Alooro and Dean, associates, on tho Bench. After taking tho returns of thej Constables,. tbo Grand Jury was called into the box. On motion of Mr. Iialdy, and on affidavit of Jos Weaver, stating certain facts, which wcro substantiated by testimony, tho array of Grand Jurors was quashed, Tho ground taken, being the failuro to return into tho wheel the names of excused and defaulting Jurors, as the 'law directs. Thcro being nothing ready for trial beforo tho Travorso Jury, both panels wore dismissed' on Monday afternoon. Some business in tho Orphans Court was dono, and tho ordinary bar business of tho session. A special -Court 'will bo held for the trial of tho civil list, to begin on Monday, December 1-lth ; and 4ho oritnual business will bo despatched at tho regular Term, beginning on tho third Monday, boing the 51st day of December. QUONDAM JUNIOR. Du lrALi,'s Galvanic Oil has dono moro good, performed moro cures, and rcliovcd more pain, than any other . medicino in .the known world. It has cured a wonderful caso of Sriino Diseaso. in tbo persop of fianoy Ann Wartlo, Troy, and many others could bo mentioned. Sold by G.I.lIagenbucb, J. R. Moycr and E. P. Lutz, Dloomsburg, and Country 1 Merchants, geuerally. Important Rominisconco. Mr'. J, JvRnowrn. of Rloarasburir. in tbocourso of his latotour.iu New Eng. land, obtained tbo following unique- in- scription on n monument, in the Kim ureoD, nojr tlio Asscmuiy uumungs, mow Unvon, 3no of tho Capitals of I'onnocti cut, and his politely famished us a copy for the Columbia Democrat : JUIIN DIXWHM.. A zealous patriot, nam ccro christian, nn honest man, ho was faithful to duty through good and through ovil report; and hav Inr. nit. fnrtnniv linstiinlt. nnil linmn in llin causo of his country and of human rights, I At 7 o'clock Conference mot and pro. found shelter and sympathy hero, nmnng ecoded to tho 32t,d ballot, when tho Con tho fathers of Now Euglaud. His deacon forces of Wyoming voted for Col. Wright, dantshavo erected this msnumont as a tri-1 !,,; i,:, rn, nla. T.i,i., Kntn nt .rtennrf It, a nirtmnrv n,lil nq n I D ,,,t f il,n nn nmtntinn ' grateful icooril of tbo generous protection extended to him by tho early inhabitants , of Now Haven. , ERECTFn A. D. 1810. And on tho other side is tho following inscription : Hf ro rc9t tho remains of JOHN DIXWELL, ESQ., of tho Priory of Folkestone in tho counly of Kent, England, of a family lnng pro minent in Kent and Warwickshire, and himself possessing larcq fstatcs and mucli influence in his county, lie espoused the popular causo in tho revolution of 10 10. , Uctwecn 1040 and 1000 ho was colonel in tho army, an activo member of four Par liauionts, thrico in tho Council of Stato, and ouo of tho high court which tried and condemned King Charles tlio First. At the restoration ot tlio Monarchy, uq was compelled to leave his country, and alter a brief residence in Germany, camo to Now Haven, and hcrq Ifyed. in secluswn, nut enjoying tho esteem and friendship of its most worthy citizens, till his death, in 1U8B-U, A'o aro glad to know and gratified lo record the Undeniable fact, that our.Demo- cratie County Ticket, throughout, is a strong ono and gives general satisfaction. Unl'tlto tho thing patched up bytho piebold party, calling themselves Republicans, ono of whoso nominees has already declined, we know of another who wishes lo do tho samo thing, and certain its is, not ono of tho remaining few expect to bo olected. Whilst our Ticket is composed of unexceptionable men, somo of whom have bocn proven competent officers and the balanco of them have tho material in thorn to mako equally as good servants, it is quite certain they will all bo elocted by majorities ranging from IS to 1500. Wo havo unlimited confidence in tho Democracy of Columbia : Liko Abiial of old, it ever was -"Faithful among the faithless found," Meeting of tho Congressional uonierees oi montour uoium- bia, Luzerne and Wyoming Tho Conferees of tho Democracy of die' 12th Congressional District assembled at tho IIouso of Geo. P. Steele, in tho Dorough of Wilkes.Darrc on Wednesday, tho 10th of Sept., 1857, and organized by appointing JOHN DE AN, Jr., of Montour, President, and Edwakd Doli'ii, of Luzerne, Secre tary. Tho names of tho Conferees were then called, when lh following gentlemen ntiS' wcred to their names Montour John Dean, Jr., and Samuel Hammer. Columbia John Fruit and Wm, G Quick, substitute of Dr. J. K. llobins. Luzerne Dr, Chas, R. Gorman and Edward Dolph- Wyoming 0. D. Gearhart and Thos. Ostcrhout, Tho President stated tho first business in order to be the nomination of a Candi date for Congress. Mr, Dean nominated Paul Lcidy, of Montour. Mr. Fruit nominated John McRcynolda, of Columbia. Mr. Gorman nominated llcudrick 13. Wright of Luzerne. Mr. Gearhart nominated Robert R. Littlo, of Wyoming. , v On motion of Mr. Fruit tho nominations wcro closed. On motion it wag resolved that tho Conferees proceed to ballot for candi dates, nnsT hallot. voted for Messrs. Dean and. Hammer Paul Leidy. Msssrs, Fruit and Quick voted for John Mclleynolds, fllessrs.uorman anu woipu voieu ior.ank 0f Urleans, Albion, fi. i. Col. II. U Wright. Huguenot Uank', New Paltz, N. Y; Messrs. Qcarhart.and Osterhout voted New-York County Rank, N. Y. i? i i :.,i Farmers' Rank, Wickford, S. I. for R. R. Littlo. V. ll.nb PrnTiilnnpn TV T No nomination being made, on motion tlio JJontercnco procceiiou 10 mo u, u, 4th, Cth, Oth, 7th, and 8th ballots, when no nomination was made, tho Conferees of, caeh county voting a3 aboyo. On motion tho Confercnco adjourned to meet at l o. clock M. At 10 fli-nfrtrftnn rn.necr-nt rilrtl . . ! . .... ,., t. ..i ! 'r., fn.mn ballots with no change from Iho former ballots. Adiotirned to 24 O Clock 1'. M, apd took tlio Otli, in ti.it iiirit 1 111 nmi li.fi ballots. AdjouLrngu to 2J At 2J o'clock Qonforcnco met wbeo Mr. Jacob' Dcwitt oppcared,a3 a subatituto ior Mr. Ostcrhout of WvoraiDL'. who was obliged to leave on account of sickness his family. Tho Confercnco then balloted to tho 20th ballot inclusivo with nn chango from former bajjos. On motion adjourned to 7 1-2 o'clock P. M. At 7 1-2 o'clook mot and balloted to Iho Uutti uaiioi inclusive wiiu uu siwu. ( Adjourned to t) o' clock to-morrow morning,' ..... , ..... .,.... ...lit. .... l.n.,n THURSDAY MORNING. Tlio Conference met according to ad- i iourmncnt and' balloted tb tbo 28 ballot witll no chanfi0j Adjourned ti l 1-2. Vclock A. M, ( At 11 12 Schick met and took Iho 20th ballot ,villl tIl0 snmc rcs,lUs os j,0forC( Adjourned to meet at 2 o clock P. M. At 2 o'clock met and on mution Col. W, A. J. Hrittain was admitted to a teal in tho Conforenoo in place of Mr. Fruit of Columbia. Tlio UOlh and 31st ballots Adjourned woro tBj.oa i, no cllango. 'to ? o,clook p My eac having two votes as J . , b- -.Vvolnill uolore. Utl tno JJJi nallot tUo Wyoming . . . I Conferees voted, for Mr. Little, thus leaving each candidnto two votes as at first. On motion adjourned to moot at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. FHIDAY, SKPTEAJI3ER 18th. Conference met agreeably to adjourn ment. Mr. Dolph .being absout, Mr. Drittaiu was substituted as Secretary, and oh motion Jacob Sorbcr was roceived by tho Conference as tho substituted of Mr, Dolph. On motion they proceeded to tho 31th and iiSth ballots on -each of which tho Luzcrno nnd Wyoming Conferees vo ted for Mr. Littlo, giving mm four votes, Messrs. RIclleynolds and J(cidy each having wo votes as beforo. Ou the 30th apd Q7th. Va.HoU ihq Luzcrno Conferees voted for Mr. Me- Reynolds, giving him four votes, Messrs Littlo and Lcidy, each having two. Alter an adjournment ot 1U minutes, met nnd tool; tno jsiu. ouui, tutu aim 41st ballots, ' Mr. Weucynoius having tour votes as j ueioro duu mesrs. Jiuuu aim jjciuy, cacii , two. Adjourned to meet' at 1 o'clock P. M. Met at 1 o'clook and took the.42d, 43d, and 41th ballots with no change. Adjourned to 4 o'clook P. M. Met according to adjournment. On tho 15th ballot thero was no chango from abovo. On tho 40th, 47th and 48th tho Luzcrno Conferdes left Mclleynolds and voted for Mr. Littlo, giving him four votes each ballot. On the 49th and 50th ballots, Luzcrno voted for Col. Wright, thus giving each candidato two votes. Adjourned to 0 1-2 o'clock. At 0 1-2 o'clock met when tho Wyoming Conferees on tho 51st nnd 52 ballots voted for Mr, Lcidy, clvinc him four votes ; Messrs, Wright and Mclleynolds each two. On tho G3d ballot each candidato had two votes. Adjourned to 8 o'clock P. M. A 8 o'clock met and took the 51th. 05th and GOih ballots when tho Wyoming Lionterccs voted lor Mr. Wright, giving him four votes; Messrs. Leidy and Mc lleynolds each having two. Adjourned to 7 ociccii to-morrow morning. SATURDAY MORNING, Sept. I Oth Conference met and after addrcs-es by Messrs. Dcwitt, Hammer, Dean, Quick Gorman and 13rittain,on motion proceeded to tho 57th ballot, when Iho Luzerne Ci'lumbia and JJoutour Conferees voted for Mr. Leidy, giving him sis voles Messrs. Gearhart and Dcwitt voted for .Mr, Littlo. Ou motion of Mr. Gearhart tho Confer enco concurred unanimously in tho nomi nation of Mr. Lcidy, On motion, Resolved, That tho proceedings bo signed by tho officers and published in all tho Dcniocratio papers in this Congressional District, JOHN DEAN, Jr., Pres. W. A. J. Dkittain, fccc'y. Suspended and Broken Banks. For Iho information of our readers, and in order to guard them against receiving wortliless money, wo publish tho following list of recently suspended and broken Banks, which has been carefully compiled and compared with tho list of the brokers in tho city. It is gratifying to nolo that thus far in tho present Cnaucial crisis, not u titiglo Pennsylvania Rank is ineludcd in tho list It is to bo hoped they will bo able lo ride out the storm. Mechanics' Ranking Association, N. Y. Farmers' Rank of Saratog i county, N. Y. 'JsacKctts Harbor UaoK, uuiiaio, I Reciprocity Hank, UutTalo. ItJhcinung County Rank,IIorseheads,N. Y. .-Ontario Rank, Uioa, N, Y. Ontario Uounty Rank, I'hoJps, N, Y. Oliver Leo & Co 's Rank, Ruffalo, N. Y. Hollister Rank, Ruffalo. Niagara River Bank. Towanda. .N. Y. ,, , 0 Ijlaml Contra'l Rank, East Grcfin- wieh, R. I. Rank of South County, Mral;oCcldJ II. I, Warwick Hank, W arnick, II. I. llaltoweU XluinL - ,IIancock Bank. Ellsworth. Maioo. Danby Bank, Danby, Vt t . xt IIackCD3ackt 'rt lll..l, rs..L,- Jl!rn,wintI.N..T. linrrrnn (IntintV 11,1111? 'in .iuu iviLV,i.' M,.., .., -1 iMorchant? Exchango Rank, Rridgcton, Ct. Ayt Snnfnnl Hunk. Sanford. Maine. Honson River Rank, Monson, Mass, Kanawha Hank, Virginia. Miama Vallov Hank, Dajton, Ohio. Rank of West Tcunessce, Memphis, Tcnu. in f Agricultural Rank, Hrownsvillo, Tcnn. Hank of Commerco, Georgetown, D.-G, Colchester Hank, Connecticut, Oxvr.enatcd Hitters TliU tippnliar cfli , J ltr . cacious medicine, as a remedy for Dyspepsia, ' has no caual, and a trial will mtisfy tho .1 ...ir..un. 4l.n, llai.nl.in .Mttltmf mosv tjiwpiiuui uunuiui wuk w v..mv. bo ovor-eitiuia.tcd. It will cure Dvepojisiii. SALE Valuable Real Estate. IN pursuance of an Order of tho Or pliant Court of Columbia county, on 4 Saturday the Qith day of October next) and the several days below mc?itioncdt At 10 o'clock In tho Inrenooti, Willing Bnyder nnd Daniel Bnyder, Jr.. Administrators, Aft., tif Dahicl Unydkr, Into uI Itloom townf-hip, In said county, de canted, will expose lii sale by VENDUE, Upon the several premises- ttie ful lowing described Real Estate, TO U'lT!- Ojt Saturday, October 2Mb, A Certain Tract of Land, 6 tuato in Mad i,.n to.v.Mt. n,iioininj i-nd. i.n. of Uch uinon. ,PCl..,,.d,0 n,e rJonin Joim iicit-p .n,i Mntmni ' A, Monro un ihu Bom, nitd West! LYlcr llcllvr and otli-rs on tlio Unit, toninlitlug ONE HUNDRED k SIXTY-THllEE Acres and Six I'ofclietf, Bir lit menu re. ' Also, On Monday, Oc'ohcr 2Gth, A Certain IIouso and Lot of Ground, iiilii&ln in Itia town of lllooiu-biiri;. lying on llio south tUe of St con ,1 rlrcit n .!.! lni.li. n,tl..liilni. n In, nTJuroti nil 1 1 1-3 .. . -y. . " . " .. ;. " tECa I A 17 I'riiel ick, on ine (Mum, ; muirrw noun foViiWIiSJcontaltilnt rmy feci In front and in bAM HIRI ltr. on II.') r.nt! in lilloynn llio South Of l in ti icci Also, A Certain IIouso nnd Lot of Ground, It ii.i in In lUnmilMiurir. I Mllff on Hih Son ill hid of I mini sirei't or raid inwn, nrJoifiiriK tlie rrt-Biiyierian uuryinp c rou ml ou lti Suiilhwi-nt ; an alley on jaKrilie feouin: Hr. Jolin JianiRfy on Vh tlio Went ronu.'nhiff In I rout fifty. Iirce Icct, und lu iMr&tA L-asi, nnu i mni tirevi oi sum ioin, uu tlL-yUi two Jjunuitu an j moim. Also, Tho undivided third part of a Ccrlaiu jr-n-rs. llnuiui nnd I.ol ot (Iroiind. illuotc in llloom IS IS I B '"'"I' 'I'"!! "e wekl 'lle "r tr'r' "f ;,. ,; ;,, .nn. i.h.j beioncins to iiic uioomturii -j-a.Ba)q town, ni'joinii'g n n'i oi nunrj ot uuii, jj'S?,. airrct or mo town oi jiiiumiKurp ou inn noum , con taininglnlrc-nl, lllty-tncicclimdiAi deptti oneluiudred una seventy-two icci Also A Certain Lot of Ground, situate in Scott townsliin, ndjoininic lands of. (Icor-u Krttslcr und citlH'ri on the North; laud- i.f tho llloumsburg Kailrnnu Iron louinuiiy una union on mo couin containing SEVEN ACRES and Ono Hundred and TwoiiiyNinu rcrtlics, nrat measure. Also, On litcsdayt October 27 tht Tho undivided half part of a Certain rr.ict ur Itot or Ground, siiu;ue m u.miiwit.a town Hlitn. ciHintv nrori'Milfl. Ii timtt'il on the .North liv tin river Sno'inelinniu, uilnrf IjikU vt taid lU'ceancdi and Joseph W. iIrinlorfhtl, on tjc Souili, and lands of ujiiiiii a mi ma ii , on me uasi aim n cm, cumui iiing FORT V-T 11 W E E ACRES and Tliirty-Vour IVrciM-8, strict mtaturc. Also, The undivided half part of a Cortain Tractor Lot of l.uml, nituato in (.'atlatli,..i tnwti'lilp, nlori'salil, uiijitinluc lanns t.i iniitcl nuilman uuu l.ttus Iiruiu, ou ihu Nurtli ; and the last nhnvu df acnb,l Irnct ou Ihu cast, and tho river HitHiuelianua un lh Routh, Lontaluiug FOURTEEN AOREy and Four i'crchen ot Lnnd, tirict un-asiitCi Also, On Wednesday t October 28th 9 A Certain House and Lot of Ground situato in Oriiiii'i'villc, tlraniie town lllp, aditiiiiint; n lut of U'it'ow M.iriz, on t.iu Wi't: a lui of Widow Il.'rriui:. nn (hu llant; Mtiiiiii-I.Achenbnrh.ou the tiouth, und Market utiet I vt nil! low li. An tbt Norlli. couUtuii-K THIRTY PEUQUliS OK LAND. I.uin the Cstatn of said deceased, situate in the townaliini and county atoresnid. JACUR KYEIU.Y, Cltrk. CONDITIONS. Tiin forcjoin valuable property wi!l be Fold upon tho follow. u- rouditious: Tho harto( the widow iu ino several! prciimes to remain i" tne naiiuHiir tiu puj-eiuittrs tiiiring iter uaiurai llio, in! nueresi tnereoi lo be anmiilly und resularl v if.iiil toLerby )i! iur cUaser( thejr he!r and .tseigns holding the property, and iu her deceaae Utr eluro ot tho purrhftso -money to be iKtid tf ihu nurioiu leir.iliv rniltb'd thereto, ten Cu(i(.iu. un iu.tj two -iuiruj "4 toe purcnaso inunej " u paid on the day of silo-ono Ii.ilf of the half of the two thirds on the first day oV April next, and ihu re mainder on tho 4Irt day uf April, A. 1)., lr-59, wlh interest from tlto 1st day uf April, A. 0.. l-5d. sjiu saie 10 uc contiiiiieu iroui uay to nay, until an the above described landsn're'sold. WILLIAM SNYDER, ? DANIEL SNYDER, Ju.,S niooiiiBburg.Sept, SO, 185751 Adm TUB UAMllUtf AND AMUOV HAll.UOAI) AND PIIII.Mtl.I.PIlIA ANU TllUNTON KA1LUUAU COMPANY'S. LINES. From Philadelphia to York, and Way rtacet Reaves as follows lz: , 1'aee. At 1 a. mm troiu Kciiaingion-Depot, via Jersey City. Mail .Si At ti A. Mm via Camden and Jetsey City, New Jerbov Accninniwlmiou.. 2 At 0 A M, via Caindun uiul Amboy, Accouimoda At 7 A M., via-Oaiudcn and Jersey City, Morn- tioi illff MBit Al IU A. M., by steamboat Trenton, via Tacony and Jersey Citv, Morning JJxprc AtSP. M, via CauideH and Amboy. C. and A. Impress .,. At 5 P. M.,vU Cam don and Jersey Cily .'Ironing Mail At J P M , via Camden and Amboy, Accommo dation, ist ,iass At 3 P. M , via Camden .(wul Amboy, Accommo dation, 3d Class AtUP.M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommo dation, 1st Class ., AtOP,M.,via Camden and Amboy, Acconuno- njiion '.'a UI&S3-, 1 Tho i P. M. Huo runsdditv. all others Snndavs ex cepted. 1. 1 press Lines s'qp al Ihe principal stall vi oiily. For Uelvidore, I'asion, FitMniiigLou , &c, at G A, M, and fl 1. M I row Wiilnu.1 street wharf, l'or Waler Cap,tilioiidt.ltir;rauti.n, Wilkebarre, Montrose, Grtat Ueud.ic, at OA, M.f via Delaware, Lacknwannn at Wetitt rn llailroad. For Freehold ui ti A. M.aml 2 P M. For Mount Ilohy at 7 A M,, aud SI nndS Pj M. WAY LINUS For 11 r idol, Trenton, &c , at and 4 P, M. WAY LI Nil For Palmyra, Kaucorns, Ueverly, Burlington, Itor dentown, &c.,at 3 P M. WAY UNI! 'For Mount Holly, Uurliugton and Way Stations at 5 Steamboat Itichard Stockton lur Hurlingtoa and Itris joluttiJA M.,aud fir Uordenlown und iuUnuudtate places at ?1 P. M, B 1 tain boat Trei.tou for Tacony nt 10 an.. 11 A. M., and 4 P. M,, and for UurliiiKton und Knstol nt 4 P. M. All lines, eicefl 1 A M , leavo Waljiui st- wharf. UJ" titty pounils ol ba?nj; only ulbnsed eucli pas ee niter, Passengers arejirolubittd from taKi"5 un tltltiff hi bnireaso but iKir wenrinc apparel. All baggage t r-'ver bfty nouudd to to paid lor eiira. jyit; .Conipauy J. limit their responsibility tor bacgace to one iloltir per Q"1.'.'1'-?'. w'!' .!"". lial.luloraiiy.au.uuim.uj'wJ SIUO. except tiv iliecl.il ronlrnrt WM. II, fiATZMCIt, Ajfiit, I!. Ac A 1. If CO. 11. 11. MOIllll.1,1., A'l-m. ftrpfSlt.lHiT 1'lnl.i. '1'r. It. II. Cn. UROOKER & MARSH, Auctioneers &. ('ommissloii Jllcrchauls, mi north '1'iiinn sTtiunT, (Ouo ilunrlielovv VineJ Bain of UW and Maui, Ur) (hodi, Uvm, Hardware, h'atcht$, 'ajtry Ooodi, t .uvuky i:vi:nin(i. - OCwmlrv SiorcKtt pers und ntheis will nlwny dud jit our KveuingHilesalarc-aiiddisirubleuisortmenl ui ina nuuvo uooasi to no suia in lots 10 run nuyers tCoodijmcked ou ttit prttnustuor CoJntry Trade r.yji & U,l M-l'.'UElUX Kr ii le al HAKTMArVtJ, PUBLIC OF- MM SWAN ti CO.'S LOTTERIES. tear axu Dtiii.uA.T tenzm:. i capKai rriio $09,000, . I f I The following Schema will to ilrAwn by B. Fwan & i Ooj, Mtnagrri of Hie Tort (Jalnus Acodfiuy Lottery, IfuffMu. llitir l'rlnclpal omco. . , CLAPS 60, ' To tie drawn In tho city or unuitti, Demote, in public, onSamrduy. Oetolinr 3d, 1857 , 1 - ' Ml. AH S7. To bo diawnln llio r-liyol ,uguta.(lcorln, 1,11 public, on Saturday, Uctnbrr loih, I8i7, , . , ,. OI.AHS 58, Tq,bo drawn in tbo cliy or Ausutln, Ccortla, In public, on Salunliiy, Uciobi'r 17tli, ISoT. III.AM4 .n. j;o. bo drawn in On, city oi Augnp in, omnia, iii public, till OJltlirU.lV, OIIIIiP ,D. To bo drawr , I, , ,h, .ia :en,?K,, In pubtlc, "n.e: '"''!'"'. "''.'lJ'. ."A8!!! Mr. 7V....d Fo.r KunkrU Jd M.?, fir. ,;tll Nearly one 1'rizo to every IS mo Tickets. ' ...r, t..,....., . enttfiwl I lo iidiiii I liAOll BATURUAY 1 V OOToncnl 1 I'riM of f ui.liou I 5 rrlzm of ono " ai.uiHil s urn i laomi s :r.ui " 7,0(10 13" . r.lill 5.00U s 500 ?.VJ J " 400 " l.noo S30 i()5 1 AlTltoxisiA'iloN riiizr.fi i 4 l'r Ir.ej.lirtlAi.proi'lng lo "wi oooi'ilznaie $lcno 4 3IM V'MM 12tio l'U luu .Ml . aro soou HWi rriKCTntiiouiuIng to WHULU T IlvlilH 910 3-20,11111) S3 UUAIt- IIAIAKS Flan of the Jjottcry. 1 The Kilnibern from I to Sn.OlHl.f nrrononilliit with 1 TLJ1H 2L tlioso Nuinhcm ttn the Tickets printed on ffimratt! slilm ol imter,ntf! niclrclcd nllli Btuall tin lubes and IjriMl hi nun life I. 't he liisi 4j? L'fixcs, Khnihrly prlutcd v. I encir cld, uth tncctl hi unolhir hctl. 'I'hf wheels are then revolved, nnd n number U drawn fro in tho wheel 1 1 Numbers and nt Iho r.iiiiu 1 1 mo a L'tUniH ilinvwi fruin llio other wheel 'llio Number nnd I'rizrilriiwn nut are opened nnd PiMbil td lf thc'tiiidicjiiLis nnd rcgifttrrd by iln Onmnuii sloncrs; thx. bcltiff plncrd ngninvt Uir Nttmln-i uriiwn, mi oprruuuii is rcptuau uniii un iuu l'rlzi's nrr tuw n ftit. JiVVToiimatiou Prhea Tim two nirredlnc nnd Hit) two suettMditig Nuiutu-rsto those drnw iiB the A fit i ri.iB win nc L'litllit'd in iiit it pproiiinaii(tn Prizes. Vor cxaniple; If Ticktl No. IliroO draws the $iit).m;i) I'nzn, tliii.i; 'I'lckrtK nnuiliercd Il,!lt, II S4U. ll.'.'SI, HMM, will null bornlltlid In S4nU. K Ticket No. 50U draws tho 52.5,000 1'iizc, thote Tickets i.uin bered5-ld, 551. i52,-will each be entitled lu ?Jl'U, and so on acconling lo lti above sclifinit. i n juuu l ri7us ot u win ou iieicriiiinrii y . Inst 11 pur it of thcNuinhfr lliatdraws I lie Sl.O.tiUU 1'ri''. For example, IT tho Number drauinir the (tot(K rrlze.cnds with No 1, then all the TlcUtu, whfro the Number iik'k, iu J, w ill be entlth d to i:u. It Hie Number ends with No ii t Iipii all tho TUkit hn: Hie Number inds In 2 ill bu entitled to SitU.aiiUao on to o. (Jorlilicntm of KicVces will bo sold at (bti fulU-w ug rntr-K, which U lw tuk : Ccrtilic.ito of l'nckaj-e of 10 Whole TickPts, S?0 do do () llnir do 40 do do 0 Uuarler do UO 'tU do u DiulMh ilo 11) in oitntutiNo TfCKirrtiou uuin iriUATiri, Uiictow! the money to our address Or the lickrts nrdorod.on rccefpi of Inch ihry uil' hi- forunrded by first instil, furrliaimrtran have tickets ending Ju any fi;uie they may d s(Rinu, The Iitt of Drmwi Nuiiihcr and I'rlzpflwillbi' rent lo nurrhnscrs tuMUfdintely after Ihu dniwins. I rurchanrrn will plpne write thci r siirnniuri's fUn, 1 ai'deive their Tout Ollice, County and Htale KcntPiiibfT that every Prize is drawn and injiible In full without deiluriion , All Pnr.ea of SlOuttand under, ni id i mined intely nftf-r tho drawfu-oihcr I'tiCB nt the usual ur.ic of thirty ilnys. am couiniunicntintis ptr irtiy rnniiuenuai. Address orders for Tirkett or eerliucale-. to H. HWAM U CO ,MiM, (7a, Persons residing uvtir Montjomrry Ato. or Atl.tnln, Ga,. tnii havo their orders filleil, und save lime, by addressing H. Swan x Cn. at ellhrr of thnw cuius A lint or the ntunbvrs that nru drawn Imm tin wheel, with the omuu nt of (he prize that each nne )) entitled to will be published alter every drnwlnp in the following papers ; JVcw Qrltavt Delia Volt!e he pinltr, Charlctto &tnntlardt A'ashcilla (laatte .Htfantn intelligencer, .l'orA Wctkhj Ma Hook, Savrnnah Atorntrg Jttt$ fliehnond Ditpatth, ,Ytic York iJirputth and I'auUti'jr (.Vui J Clarion fie.H iio, lc57 A PHYsKilAN's IjEGAOY TO YOUiNO WEN. '7'lit. cjlory of a ouii(t uiau lri Ins strenuth " (fVp.n the Smtay tMtjntck. AVw Yvrk.1g 2. 1B57 ) Our renders are awnre that we seldom, i' ever, re commend mi v jjiedical pnttiicotion, if not en Imseit bv tin' very hlghiM authori y A mch an jiiftiire v may mi-iiUon JJr. Cuu rnwri l'h ntu. pvblitntton vn Arr rout Dcbiftty anil other tceakntuu, it result of early iudist-retioii. It is-u small hut viliinbK' pamphlet. Ilu nrroaratioiis the " Kkut Nkiuioa" an .irwu" are iinweouid-red th" sole and onlyelU-ctuat remedies eiMnl Ot iho romittaiuti- rt rrred to. Pit CULVkRWUJ.ti HEMINAL lUolNKdHTOR AKU TtOTAL Nkuvimc, the m erein reniedie forr'i'iiiiiul Weaknein,, Riilial Ot hi 1 1 IV, linuoteiict. Itivohintin I:iiiibfioiih Pib'i, A.c .are for sale by inoi cf the katUiii; Itrujgite iu tin; itiuiiiry. Da C 's Pami'IILKT. as sbnv.e. fontainlnir fill ndiri foi the cute of HpemmtomH a, A. , ran.le bad In u secure enviiope, uy f nciosinp o tJiuti lo Dr. CIIAKM.S J. C. KLIVK. Jit Avenue, comtr 1'Jtk tStteut, New York, Po.it Hot Ao- 41N., lunc I o, icb Semd, je37 COUNTKY IMEliOIIANTSl Til 13 APJMX IIARVnsr OP 1857 IIA3 Anitivm. ND if you wih to mako money, please our cut turners, and nave canvnfcsinir asents (who ran ' inak make one, two, nnd even Hired hundred dollars per mouth) from huiinliiiiB ihu uoods ii vour tuwn and county wind) jou oulit to fell, jou tan do it Jiy send i iiC .te'i doJIam fr a itiwplu box cnntuinni ii of Pratt's Apple 1'arera f'iCi) (tut) nlready aoljj and Pratt'4 Anplu BUcer, (a new article,) nod one tlmudnnd print edcirtulars to dihtnbuto in jour town or rouuiy. l.y sodfliitt jou will find no trouble in ordering and i-ell-1 iS at a very large prutK ten, twenty or even a hundred dozen uiatiiuie duriuir the vennon. PUATTW APPMi PAKI'-lt was patented In IpS3. Ilamt; a looc hea l or knife carrier so arranged as to readily uilju-it itjcll to tbo jntcunliues of the iirnco ol rtples, or other fimt, iti working ijuahtn-s of which have moved so excelleutVnd anviiiieoup to the coniMiiiniiy , that lliu inauuf.itl(irrs MenrB. Hnr uent & I'y-'ier. Ikxvu already bieu caUed on tu fcupply more Ihan half a ml 1 1 ion m.ithines. PRATT'S APPl.i; HI.ICLK made lo nccomnanv t he Purer, win patented in I3G It isn una It nenilv con Btriitled inachme, und liko its coinpumuu,lhe purer, does moit excellent work, cultiiit;. in nnoni five uc- nnds, earh apple Jntjo tyemytwo (')ual p.irts, Icavins, without waste, only a small roro 40 hu removed, A clnld ran readily work ei-ther Pater or tiJcer at h peed 01 Bii'mi Mirre uumieis per uniir. KI'TAJl. PHICI. 01 j;ACII SI AU. All onlnrs by mall or other wise should, lo inett nrompt uitenliuu, be addre$BJ,J Lo r;. I,, ruATT. CJ7 Sansom st. PJiiladelphia, Pu. Sept 13.IM7 :it RLOOMSllURC; ROUT AND SHOE STORE. Till! undesigned refptclfuHy infot ins the citizens ol liloDiiibburg and the public iu eeuernX, that he lias opened a isoot awl ohoe ItabU&limcnL In lint white Imildhii. on Main sire el, above l.lse'n Sc. WJUon's Ujk.tr, wderu I10 uas constantly on hand a lurge ussorttuunt of lioots, bhocs. Gaiters, Ac.. And wlllmakuup work fn order on short notice Ilia lonp esperit-nir in ui Misiiiefn, nnu general kiiow iOdpe ol the uauWoi ihe people, will enable luiu to render siriifefartion to all his customers, and t-hou Id .secure luiu patronage which lie Jiopen to merit. ULNUY ILL1M, Blooniburp. May ii, 17. l&T OP J.IlTTCilS reuialnirg in UiesPost Oltire nt j liloomeburg, Pa.( Quarter ending August ICUi.lfaiT. Uromnicr Adam Mcllride M Uri Isu Ceorco I'heohn Mich ael Ileddow Wm Puitrida John A Itacon Houliinus Kuiitll John t Cornell Rebecca Houder Win V uavis Isaac tflittler I ft tiv f Ick Csgex Halter HjiultzUP Frceland J 0 tumbliuson P li Oramines dona tha U Wilton fl L Hill DnN Webber Hjmon flatter John Wortuingion Wrp 1C 1 1 it Jc AO Wax Caspar King licorga M - Wertumii Jlonry Lonfe, Oeorgo J ltiflmrd Cntl1(h ) Lervis II Morgan Prico VHIiin Lumbl.r.i Praolc M illur Iteninn ttI'erwms caliing for thri ubovu tellers will pleaie I II 1 1.1 1 UIKAAliD i , r. bi. ALICX. G. CATTKLl, & CO., voitH'.iiiDi.va commissio .V MciMxra, I lie Hal.' ,if Cain, riour, Bl.,-Iren. I.nniliei. tic. No. 'JO Nurlli Walct ittrcl, I'liilad.lplili, tCTIiuoJi rorirdfit witli rate, it, alt poiula on ilia ,.u.. utuiiiu, cti,ufiniii. uiiiuii, pii..iueiianua anil Junlatu CauaU. ' ' IL- Halt, l'laiio,nililsnca,fgr tula ui Llio loneit mice.. ' , AufV),KSI A. U. U. & (JO. 0R1JAT ATTRACTION. Imparlir of Toys and Jitney Goods, lla. Ilic .'.ittcil asiorlineull uf l.'miukilii. in Ilia city. Tny-Gf all kind,, 1'amy llJ.kili,Hriki'l,i.i,'l'ol..iuii III. iii, violin, and blimga.JLiiiugiiii'a., Accoideunaj ami a luge yailily of cllicr aillclai tou nuiaaiuui lo nil nlion WioitlicpvraandotUcii uk'ate tall UJuit mui cliaiuif eliewlivra ' ' Au 1SI( iJTpmt PUULIO SALE l1" Valuable Real Estate. TV virtue nf nn cmlcf of orphnn' Court f f Co- .1 Ininbi.i county, Untie K. Kl tcKb.nuir, I.iuutor of John Kline, tU-ciuiccl,,wll, on Satur,layhlhe Mth flay of October mat, Al 10 o'cWk In the liittiionn.r xnn. tn pubtin fiiln.on llio nrcnilKP, in Hi townihln of limn. n, In llio rnnnly orCuluii.l.in. ft Itie Into icll.lciirc f u,o iu,j dici'dcnt. H following Heal i:lou, vl: n- 1 A J AS A' ? AA,SiJt-r 'flu wen end c.lllif fjri.i niljolnitij land, cf Jacob Ath , nn llle (.oillll. Ilie liclrt of Jnlin Kino, ,lccciid,im ll,o rnatnnd norlli, und Sauiucl Ktione on llio wcit, com lalniiuc ' ' ... . rorty-lhrco Acres and Fjvo Perehcs, , mo., w ii ic I, ,s , nine- ami. a ...II "' ..' , .1. . ,r.al!,S!:lSan,!!,,,.0,U1 Iho llinnr.li.iln vlcliiltv. -I l.n .,,11 1. "Mbs JlT,' w,'.'! t WHi od,pirdiii.uminit. t..ii-iiicc.ito nf Jlil.il Klin., nl l!t,i,l ,n,u...l.in Nil.i ...l.ill rni.nl v. ,1, inn ...I . . . 'AOOB UYUKI.Y. Ucnton Iwp, Spl 10, 1837-St rictk, 4 1T1 mi i v iuuauic f arm i - . AT rULSUU SALE. TTILt.bi.-nn.trdfori.al-.nnlli-prenilici,on W Ttusday, Qth of Ottob:r next, A CKKTAIN TJIACT OF LAM), with the MiMtroveiiicuti. known ns the '-Jones' 1'nrm . lv!,fi(H) m ruo siitiati; in Hhamokln tuwiiflilp. Northumberland conn 7.0C.I ito iy, Pa s lylnir on Phriniokin rrenk nnd thr PHI ladetphia J.tiO ' 4iHl nnd Hunbury nnilrnna, nbotil 7 miles south n I lianvillf, 3 SOD am) 8 imiefl iron) ,Huntiury, and It) miles from Fliniunkiii l,oU0 iioo fttidTreverlon, thus tivniL' il a ureal hdvantaResor a 100,000 tonvenlent and Rood matkil as lh.it of any other sic ti'iu of thee'lita Tim Northern Crntral Rnilmed, now professinR with every jim-pui o Un enrly coitipletlou, will ojiou ti communication by rullrond with Philatlelpbln aud ltiliiuiurt', and brlnj tho plieo within two or three ltouts tide ol llnirlsLiirft. "i lie f.irui eontoins Two Hundred and Scvcnty-Ono Acres, about onn hundred acres arc cleared, tha bal anro is lu COODTlMIILlt, n part ol whirh hns been eut, and ii now ctvertd with ci.eelleut06i nimBtreefl - Tim iuMrrnreineni4 on in Id property arc a comtorta iibtc mVIXMMJ IIOUBC.witli asnring ww. ot excellent water a mw uuiik iiiru, I 2rfrt and oilier necexsnry nutbuildiucs. To a creuie In aln) and make the most plea tWi4tf Willi 'l "'' in HIV v ill icy, tiin u.iuiu un opporluiitly te ilom oir-rcd. Jr Terms made known un tlio day (f sale, M. UAKTON. A-Umildj 18.17. PUULIO SALE or Valuable Real Estate. rplli; itudcrtizofd, Hii- nmrofthe i-.st.i te of Wesley X Kojt, declared, w ill oiler at l'nb lit Kale, upon tho premise!, on SaUuday the d of October ?tctt Al 1 o'clock, P M ,ijje linn hcloii-irip in the hni estate, fl tuato in liemlock tow imhip, Culuintl.i couuty, routal in hi; Ouo Hundred and Twenty-Fivo Acres and Thirty cvon Perches, And Adjoluiiiff l.imls ot Hugh Mcllridc, John MrRey nolds, IVt-r Applcnuiu Caleii llurton, Sr., und flve ter Purscll. lit situate In llio Jrun Ore Jlcgion of .Columbia rouuiy, two miles ( rn in Itlnntmflu'e, and on the public Iii2hvny lentllnir to Itucklmru. A branrli of Hemlock rreek pusces through the? premibcs, ami ine w uoie iiirin is in n uir fuic hi cultivation, jho improvements are a lartrn new Intuit MANSION HOUSE, A now nnil cninii'iidifiii. frame tenant lioiiio, a la'Rt new hank l.aru.n new iM.jiun linupu. and olhir uut liuildnij;. i-i.lif,'ly niw. romiiuiion will by glvi n on the In :f..rll, ltOM. uuuaiiiuni win uc itiauo bnuun ,ainftniym k.iio, l.y WILLIAM NI'.AI.. lltcioml,iiri;.Jiy57, 1M7. PURLIO riALU ur Valuable Real Estate. ijUUSUANT. to ihe provl-iotis cf tho luit wilt and J. Iettamcnt i f Peter llarlotki r. kite of Milllin town fhlp, Co'umbij c unit y, leceaied, the uuderiitued, Ilxerutrtr ol ihu ti(orei.iiid d-'redetit, will eipou lo piUhc Salu.upun tho prcoi?Cf, ou Saturday Qltahcr ltd, 1857, Tho lottowiiif,' Jeticribed Yaluub'e Ural iUta(otlr : A 1'ARJI AND PLANTATION, Situate iu en id Milllin tnwntip. Columbia rnmjiy. njUiii in 1111 I'll 1 in" rl l i.in.inui 1 iviner uaii , mi tli'j toulh Itoniided by the Nerrtp'tk Mount hi 11 on Urn e.in b 1 11 iid not' It-vi Kiken'i.i'i, and uu the north by lauds id iMibeih hutz, rontainlny Ono Hundred and Twcnty-Eiylit Acrcn, And iiUtvw ore, whermu aro ended tbo lotlowlfj; jiiiprxi'i'itieuls 1 jjv A Stone Dwelling Hons?, lVHS n lt fr'hi'd Cider I're-s.niiil rtprinp of uivJ45'll,,'r ul iiitu' a11 lbvr re'iui-auii- site roi'veineiireii. About one 1undrd ner H of f.iid rcl is imprnved and iu a vm ttjte of niltitation. hoiiio eighieuu acres of which in excellent Mu.hlow and lh h.il.iiicu rft iti rlmiru timber land. AUo A er lar Orchard and a ient varl-PHsw ety of nelei I Print Trees on aiJ premihes. .., , - rjJ-Hnd 1'nim will be sold toLiier, or j 11 two pats, a niav buKt suit furchiifers 0e-alii to cminunte at lOo'rlock, A M , on nald tiny, when ntunduucu will be (jtveu nnd conditions made known, by JOHN II. linTTI.I.Il, Vaetutar, Miftlin tup., J.V If 57 ADMINISTHATOirS NOTICE. Estate of Jacolt Nusst dccL f .ETTBllS of Administration on tho Kstalc of Jit-ob Auss, Lit of Mitllin ttwurhip, Columbia county dereFed, have bten c ran ted by thn Iticuler.oi p'ujuniliid rouuiy, to Ihe uuderHii-ned, who -retijdej, in slid Mitilio township in Coluu.bin county; all persons Inviny chums i.paint the rhtato of tho decedent lire requested to present tliem to tbit Admin- flrator wiiho'il itelay, nud all pcrso'is indibled lu ma kg payiuetii lori.iwiut, Sept 3, 1857-01 jtdn'r. WOOD AVANTH 1)1 lltnrOSAI.a mil U ricnivoil by SI. W. Jackion, X 11ml., ot Hvcvitk, for tlie Un'iviry of good, Dry, Hard Wool, For LoromntivH urn, on tho hue of hi Lnrkawanna nnd llloomwhurjr llallro.'il.ai Lerwick and llfpylown, in lots ot one liuiidreil cords mid upwards. Proposer will biaiu iha'kiiids tif woodier fate, and prices, and .w.hen il cnu be delivered. Mr. Jackson will furnish any turijier information ou i(e nuij-u t. j. IjI.a vi.. vvtm 1 11, Hep'. 2, 11:37 .31 itrlnHndct. NOT1CK. NOT1CC is hereby lvculhtt an application Will tin initdc ut Ihu imYu session of llio Leghlaturn of Peunsjlvaiiia. for the inrorpora.ion ol a Hank, with the uruul priiitcpe-i, to bu called The llloxmburie lUnk." u iih a ramlal of two hundred thousand du) Juj-h, nnd in io tix-uttd in Ihu town ol Uloomsburg,. Columbia county lit, WM, ENYDP.U, r., MKNDKN'IIALL. H. C. HlllVil, A. J. UVANJ , ICIMIUAIM J'. LLTZ, I 1. W IIAKTMAN, A. U. MKVCH, J. KAM9IIY. JACOIl liYlllU I A.J.riLtMN, PUTi:tt IIILLMIIYPH, U It. AUTIIUU. LM-IAH UlUTLUli:i;t WM- UUUldUN, flfxirsiiFBiHO, Juncii7, 1P57 STATE AGRICULTURAL liXlUHl TION I '1MIK IM.NNSYLVANIA BTA'I'C ACIUUUI.TUIIAU X BOUIIITV nllllinlillli aUVUNlll ANNUAL I'.Xll III1TION, Al i'Jiiladnliilim. (CiiHelifni (iro'iiNl.,) ,On llie'.'li.li and SlJih of Hi-Hi'iiitr nn.l Itl anil 3d (lay, of Octolit-r m-kt. '1'lic ii.uul rednriinn on iia.-eif Kr fare aid frru ins-ucu for aloch, villi bu fu nil-tied by lliu llailroad Cunii.iiiui-g. Tlie Hook, of entry will be inen at Pliiladelpliia on and ailcr tlio 111 tSei.iember ItOIIERT O. WAI.KKlt. Aug '.D, 16i7 Sitrtury. ptyJ-A' 0.1: &tiQQMs&u&$ MKBSKB. I'Ullf.KV & M.OVII, beg leiuc in in. tarin I lie -i.birril.eri nl llio HI ompl.ur Map lliat ituill lo ready lor iiubtie ii.iition on and alter llio Jflli Intl., nnd llial ell time nln, liavn an interest in ilieMJi, "ill lonm forward and rx amine it, aa voi.ii a noe.it,lo, l.elore it i, forwarded tfi tlie Uiifraier. iiiuf mako viuli nlte talluiitf aa tlio ttulgrriber. may wj.li. Uloom-biirii Ki.l 111 WJ. Cl, PLAIN NOTICE. WIJ want all who know themselves indebted to ui on bond, tiolo or book arrouni tf six months hlHiidii.K, tu tall and nay byllii'-Uih of thin month, us ut thai Hum we'oinecl to un whero ihey want tVfjf, II. C. I. VV. IIAKTMAN. Hlooinsburg, BitptJS, 1&7 POWDER DISSOLUTION. rillli naitnvr-liin bcitlofoie eiialins between .1. feUU.ciitiir.. in tlie Uriairieek i'oivder M -II a, under 1 1. I'll ii. i .if I.. Il rural if (.a Uji been ditfolved by r. ii. l'l'iiAni,. rOVVLLIt & UltCVLLINg UJ7 rj-lxluv,Jii Aagl Ilia dor