OCR Interpretation


The star of the north. [volume] (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, January 16, 1851, Image 3

Image and text provided by Penn State University Libraries; University Park, PA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85025182/1851-01-16/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

TAN COURT'S
New IKouthly Magazine.
THE subscriber his jast commenced •
new Magazine under the above title, to take
the place of the LANES GAULS ND, with which
he has been connected for Ihe last twrlve
years.
The Magazine will be made up of the
choicest literature of the day, embracing
History, Biography, Narratives, Tales, Trav
els, Ineideuts, discoveries, Poetry, &c.
Each No. will contain 48 large octavo pa
ges, forming at the end of the year 576 pa
ges, embellished and illustrated with WOOD
ENGRAVINGS, all for One Dollar! !!!!
tF* TO CLUBS, the work will bo put at
the following extraordinary low rales: four
copies for S3; 7 copies for S5; 12 copies
forSB ; 16 copies for SlO, and 30 copies for
Sl6, and an extra copy to the person form
ing a club of 12, 18 or 30. Or, one copy of
eith'-r Cody's Lady's Book, Graham's, or
Sartain's Magazine, with Van Court's will
be sent for S3. Or. where desirable, Van
Court's Counterfeit Detector may fortn a part
of a club at tbe same rates.
The following is the list of contents for
January, 1851, which No. is now ready for
delivery:—Shooting Stars, with two fine il
lustrations; The Mysterious Compact; What
Ilerses tliirk of Men ; Margaret Arnold; Tho
Miracle Play of Atnmcrgau; Music of the
World; Imprisoned Lady; The Empress Jo
sephine's Eirst Court; A Man-eating Lion;
The Brown Ringlet; Stute of the World be
fore Adam's Time: California; A Thrilling
Scene: Predicted Plague in England; A Phe
nomenon; Tho Pursuit of Wealth; Death of
R. M. Johnson; The City of Venice : The
London Pair for 1851, with illustrations.
IT" Any newspaper copying this adver
tisement enliro and sending us one No. con
taining tho same, will be entitled to an ex
change of both (ha New Magazine and
Counterfeit Detector for one year.
Address J. VAN COURT, l'hilada.
December 26, 1850.
Church Dedication.
The new English Lutheran Church in
Catlawissa Columbia county Pa., will be
dedicated, God willing, ou Sabbath .the see
end Hay of February next. Divine worship
will commence at ten o'clock in the morn
ing. Christians of all denominations and
(ho public „in general are respectfully invi- j
ted to attend and a number of Clergymen I
from other places will be in attendance. j
Stephen Buh'y
John Hortman
Peter Bo.line
Daniel Kuittln
I'rancis Dean
Untitling Committee.
N. ll.—All Editors in the county friendly ]
to the cause will please copy.
Catlawissa Jan 3d, 1851.
WORKS ON PIIYSIOLOGI. j
KrcriiUy Published.
Physiology, Animal ami Mental, Illustra
tad, 50 ets. Cotnbe's Physiology, wish I
Notes, Illustrated, 50 cts. Physiology of Di- j
gestion. By Dr. Combe, 25 cts. Familiar
Lessons on Physiology. Illustrated, 25 cts. [
Food and Diet, containing an Analysis of j
Food, 5(1 cts. Chronic Diseases, especially
of Woman, 20 cts. Maternity, or the Boar- i
ingof Children. 50 cts. Combe on Infancy, j
with illustrations, 50 cts.
ty Either or all of these |Works may be ,
ordered and received by return of the KIIST !'
MAir., at a trilling expense for postage, j
Please ene.ose the amount, nnd address all j
iettet* post-paid, to -Hlrt hKli k WK1.1..5.
Clinton Hall, 131 Nassau St., N. V. 1
December 26, 1851;
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in die Post Office at Bloomslmrg
January Ist 1851.
Btwnside Ellon Philips Win. J. (-hit) j
Cox William Hiehart Charles j
Crawford Jane Ralph C.
Derr David W. Refit-try Samuel
Edward William G Raich Hetty J.
Kycr Wm. Riehy George
Frese Georgo W. Rahu James L.
Hagamau Dennis Rogers Geo. II
Jlcller William Roberts William
Hartzel Jaques Struble Susan
Johnson Susan Ann Smart Elizabeth
Lewis Charles " erwiek John
Marple M. M. Weir Elizabeth (ship j
Mcayurn Prudence Wasser George. ;
J. M.CHAMBERLIN P. M.
IIOIISC & Two lols at Private Sale.
I— THE subscriber otiers at private
the house and lot now oc-
by him at Light Street,
o&BSg|(!olumbia Co., and would dis-
JHJSO of it on lair terms. The lot fonts 00 |
feet on the main street of the town, and ex- !
lends back 150 feet. The house is a frame ■
dwelling, and has a good well of water with j
a pump in at There is also upon,
(he lot a good stable.
AN OUT LOT,
Containing nearly one acre and adjoining
Jhe above premises on the back alley, will
also be sold upon fair terms.
MARTIN 1,. BROWN,
liight Street, Jan. Bth 1851. —6t
FARM FOR SALE.
Tho subscriber offers, at public Sale, on
the premises, on Saturday, the Ist day of
Fobruary, 1851, his FARM in Roaring Crick
township, Montour county, near Veager's
Tavern, containing 18 acres of cleared land.
Tho Improvements consist of two Frame
Dwelling Houses. A CLOVER-MILL AND
CARDING MACHINE, a wheel right Shop
and a small Barn. A fine nerer-f .iling
stream of water runs through the premises,
and the whole would be a desirable properly
either for a farmer ora mechanic.
Salo to commence at 10 o'clock; A. M. on
said day, when conditions will be made
known by JESSE YOCL'M.
Roaring Creek, January oth 1851—ts.
C. CiIHAR R>
oUtt©€(ON EKENHJSa,
Tenders his professional services to the
citizens of Williamsburg and its neighbor
hood for extracting and inserting teeth accor
ding to the best improvements in surgical
ecience and skill, lie will insert-teeth either
upon pivot or plate, and in such a manner
as will insuro satisfuclioh. His office is uear
Pate* Ent's store.
Williamsburg, Col. Go., Out. 20th, 1850.
. jEHMax Notice.
V AB RRM UxWiMed to the subscribers
RMA account, of over one
notified that the
to, between this and
the Ist next, or costs will bo
anade on same without distinction.
WM. McKELVV & CO.
Dec. 4lh, 1650.
~ NOTICE.
While absent during the session of the le
gislature, my professional business will- be
* in cburge of 11. W. Weaver, Esq., who will
attend to all matters in relation thereto.
CHARLESH. BUCKALEW. j
January 2d, IMI.
Register's Notice.
INJOTICE is hereby given, to all legatees
IN creditors and other persons interested in
the estates of the respective decedents that
the following admistrafion and guardian ac
aounts have been filed in the Office of the
Register of the County of Columbia, and
will be presented for confirmation and al
lowance to tho Orphan's Court, to bo held at
Btoomsburg, in and forthe County aforesaid,
on Wednesday the 22d day of January
next, at 2 oclouk. P. M.
1 The final account 6{ Solomon Helwig,
administrator of the Estate of Frederick llel
wig, late ol Catlawissa Township, Colum.
bia County, deceased.
2 The account of Wm H. Magil, Jacob
llibler and Geo. A. Frick Executors &c , of
Daniel S.Montgomery, late of Danvilie, Col.
Co. deed.
3 The account of Alexander Mears, ad
ministrator of the Estate of Adam Gensel,
late of Catawissa Township, Col. Co. deed.
4. The account of John Freas, Guardian
of tho person and estate of Angelina Drake,
late Angelina Knorr, cue of the children of
Peter Knorr late of Briarcrcek Tp. Col. Co.
deed.
5 The account of Thomas Trench, admin
istrator of the Estate of Edward Jones, late
of llloom Township, Col. Co. deed.
6 Tho account ol the administration of
the estate ol Thomas Palmer, late ol Bloom
Township, filed by Ephraim P. I.utz, Ad
ministrator of Charles Heftley, who was ad
ministrator of Thomas Palmer, deed.
7 The account of Ihe Administration of
theoslate of George Heffley, late of Mon
tour Tp. filed by Ephraim P. Lutz, Ad
ministrator of Charles Heffley, who was the
Admistralorof George Heffley, deed.
8 The Account of Christopher Boyer nnd
Jacob Boyer surviving Executors of Henry
Boyer, luto of Liberty Township deed.
9 The nccourt of Solomon Neyhard and
Joshua Webb, Executors o'. the Last will &
Testament of Samuel Webb, late of Centre
Township, Col. Co. deed. •
10 The account of Robert H. Kerr, Guar
dian ol Peter P. Einory a minor child of
l'elcr Emory late ol Libetty Township Col
Co. deed.
11 The account of Robert H. Kerr, Guar
dian of Richard W. Emory a miner child of
Peter Emory late of Liberty Township Col.
Co. deed.
12 The account of John Howcr, acting ad
ministrator of the Estate of George Kiulcy,
late of Bloom township, Columbia county j
deed.
13. The final account of Perry A. Fox and
Samuel Stahlnecker Administrators of the
Estate of George Fox, la'e of Valley Town
ship, Col. Co. deed.
JESSE G. CLARK
Register.
Register's Office, Bloomsburg, 1
Dec. 23, 1850. ]
SHERIFF'S SALES
BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas,
issuedout of the Court of Commot Pleas of
Columbia county, and to me directed, will
be exposed to public sale al the Court House
in Bloomsburg, on Monday, the 20th day of
January next, the following described prop
erly, viz
A certain Tract of Land, situated in Sugar
loaf township, Columbia county, adjoining
lands of Samuel Yorks, on the iibtlh, Philip
Fritz, on tbe cast, Gideon Yorks, On the
south, and Westly Kile, on the North and
.cast, containing seventy one acres, more or
less, whereon is oracled a Saw Mill a Log
House, one story and a half high, a log barn,
weather boarded, about fourteen acres is
cleared laud, and contains an Apple ami
Peach orchard.
Seized, taken into Execution and to bo
sold as the property of George Dils.
AI.SO,
BY the same authority nod at the same
time and plnce, the following described prop
ertv, viz
A certain Lot of Ground, situate in tho
town of Mifilinville, Columbia county, num
bered in the plan of said town, No. 24, boun
ded on the south by third street, ou the east
by lot No. 23. on the north by second street,
and off the west by lot No. 25. There is I
erected on tho premises, a large two story
frame house nnd Kitchen, a frame stable,
and a well of water at the Kitcheu-door.
ALSO,
One other T.ot of Ground, situate in Miff
linville aforesaid numbered in the plan of
said town, No. 25, bounded on the south by
third street, on the cast by lot No. 24, on the
north bv second street, and on the west by
l'tjace street, upon which is erected a large
nnd convenient frame Store-house and wag
on shed.
ALSO,
One oilier Lot of Gronndrsituate in Miff
linville aforesaid, numbered in Ihe plan of
said town, Na. 74, bounded on the south by
second street, on the east by lot No. 75, on
the north by front street, and on the west by
Peace street.
ALSO,
One other Lot of Ground, situate in Miffc
linville, aforesaid, numbered in the plan of
said town No. 75, bounded on the south by
second street, on the east by lot No. 76, on
the north by front street, and on the west by
lot No. 74.
Seized and taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of Nathan Snyder.
PETER BILLMKYF.R, Sh'ff.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, j
Bloomsburg, Dec, 14th 1850 j
Grand Jurors for January Term
1891-
j j/oom —Caleb Bartor sen., Levi L. Tate.
Jlriurcf'ek —Moses Davis Joseph Gensel.*
Catlawissa —Ezra Ellis, Lewis Yetter,Geo
Breish.
Centre —Daniel Hoon. _
Fishingcrcck —Philip Applematl, William
Ikeler.
Greenwood —Joseph Vanltom, John Gra"''<
Elias Kline, Russel P Welliver,
Jackson —Thomas W. Young,
Madison —Enoch Fox, Abraham Barton,
Jacob Dricbelbeis,
Mount Pleasant —Philip Kistler, George
Oman,
Orange —lsaac Hagonbuch, Hiram Bow
man,
Roaringcreck— William Yocum, Daniel
Gcarhart.
TRAVERSE JURORS.
Beaver —Daniel Henninger, John Hoats,
Samuel Fisher, Stephen Lelir, Henry Schell.
Briarcrcek —William Boyles. Henry Traugh
Henry Doitlerich,
Bloom —Erastus Barton, John Robison,
Alexander Criveling,
Collate ixia—Nicholas llarman, Benjamin
Beaver, Reuben Rohxbaeh,
Centre —Daniel Neyhard.
Fiehingcreek —Cornelius Coleman, David
R. Albertson.
Greenwood —Nuthan Oliver, Joseph Patton,
Henry Kitchen Wlllitrm Roat,
Hemlock —Clark Merrill, Peter Appleman,
Mifflin —Stale* B. M. Yrnits, John Alen,
Henry Creasy,
Maine —Charles F. Mann.
Meantpleusant—Andtew R. Jacoby, John
Hower,
Montot/r—Elias Deitlerich,
Orange- John Snyder, Emanuel Lazarus,
Sugarlonf— Josiah Stiles, Moans Yocum,
Nicholas 1' Moore,, Samuel Kitchen.
PROCLAMATION". *
NOTICE ie hereby given that the
several Courts of Commom Pleas, Gen
oral Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and
Orphans' Court. Cnurl of Oyer and
Terminer and Jail Delivery, in and for
the County of Columbia, to commence at
the Cotttt House in Moomthurg , on
Monday the 20th day of January next,
continue one weeks.
The Coroner, Justices of the Peace &
Constables, in and for the county of Col
umbia, are requested to he then and there
in their proper persons, with their rolls,
records, inquisitions,-and other remem
brances, to do those thing's to their sev
eral ofiices apportioning to be done.
And all witnesses prosecuting in behalf
of lite Commonwealth against any pris
oner, are also requested and commanded
to be then and there attending in their pro
per persons to prosecute against him, as
shall be just—and not to depart without
leave at their peril. Jurors are request
ed to lis punctual in their attendance, at
the time appointed agreeable to their no
tices,
Given under my hand at Bloomslmrg the
10th day of Dec., is the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
fifty—and the Independence of the U
nited States of America the 74ih.
PETER BILLMYER. Sh'ff.
(God save the Commonwealth.)
Trial List for January Term 1851.
1 Com.'of Penna. vs Charles F Mann et al.
2 John G Brewer el el vs Jonas Hartman.
3 Lafayette Kessler vs F.lisha Hess.
•1 Thomas Wildoner's AcJJOS. vs Bobert
Lockart.
5 Samuel Conner vs Conra-l Adams.
6 George Fredrick's et al vs Veniah Reose.
7 Charles Wilson's Adm. vs Charles F
Mann.
8 Elias Simpson el al vs Robert R Cxrev
et al 3
9 Philip Crouse vs. Wm Koons.
10 Win, W. Cook vs. Wm. Edgar et al.
11 James Campbell vs. John Doak
12 Thomas PGule vs David Baucher,
13 James Rittenliouse et al vs Barney Hole
14 Truman M. Hubbell vs. David J. Wal
ler.
15 John Doak & Son vs Daniel F. Seybert
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
New Arrangements and Great Bargains.
The undersigned rospecfully informs the
citizens of Bloomshurgn and the public in
j general,that he has purchased Mr. Frantz's
Hoot ty.Shoe Store and has added largely to
his stock, nnd wiR continue the business al
the same stand in the Exchange Building,
on Main Street, where ho will ber happy fc
receive the calls of old and new customers.
Boots and Shoes, of every variety at prices
to suit purchasers, kept constantly for sale,
and customer's work made to order as usual.
E7*He invites the custom of his old friends
and the public, and hazards nothing in prom
ising fat bargains.
I"?" Store in the Exchange Building, Maine
street, sign of the Golden Boot.
JOHN EGAN.
Bloomsburgh, starch 28, 1850.
Fire Insurance.
■ THE Delaware Mutual Safely Insurance
J Comonny, have appointed the undersigned
an Agent, to make insurances in Columbia
county. The Company is in good credit,and
is conducted upon sound principles. Persons
insured by ihe Company are entitled to the
rights of membership therein, are elegildc
as Directors of the Corporation, but without
any individual liability for the losses or expenses
oj the Company. The amount of premium
and policy paid when insured is the extent
of liability. Persons desirous of effecting
att insurance upon property, can call upon
the undersigned, at his Office in BJoomsburg.
CHARLES R. BUCKALEW.
May 22, 1850.
THIS AVAY GENTLEJIBN.
sjimsmEns I£^IPIBIBSF 8
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citi- I
tzpns of Hloomitbiirg in general and his
old patrons in particular, besides the rest of
mankind, that he has again opened his tai
lor-shop where he will be pleased to furnish
the best of clothing, cut according to the la
test fashions, nnd made in the best manner.
He receivea the city fashions, and feels cer
tain that his work will look will and wear bet
ter.
His shop is on main slrect of Bloomsburg
next door below Lutz's Drug store.
In pay for work, he will take cash, store
order, or eeen GOLD DOLLARS.
SE33S3 & SELTZER'S
WHOLESALE
whsjeb & MNMLBQ
rf&v No. 939 IN. Third St.,
nijgns (Above Callowhill,)
IFIFLAAK PHILADELPHIA,
A GENERAL ASSORTMETOF
BRANDIES, WINES, CORDIALS.
And Liquors of every description:
ALSO a full stock of Hyson, Imperial,
Souchong, Black tf Green Teas.
I. K. SIIF.ETZ. R. p. BEI.T7.ER.
J'. M. ARMSTRONC Agent.
TAILORING IN LIGHT STREET
JAMES SMITH
Inviles'the attention of the fashionable in
Street to his stsie of cutting garmonts
He u.ji'eßthcm in the best and most tasty
manner a,pu can can ensure satisfaction in
his
He receives the la'."*' fashions, and when
cutting onlp is desired, tri* Work is marked
carefully for the maker.
tr All kinds of country produce taken
excliage for work.
Light Street, Feb. 14, 1850.
ANOTHER SCIENTIFIC WONDER ! PEPSIN,
the JYue Digestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice I A
great Dyspepsia Curer, prepared from Ren
et, or the fourth Stomach of the Ox, after
direction of Baton Liebig, the great Physi
ological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D.,
No. 11 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia,
Pa. This is a truly wonderful remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com
plaint. Constipation, and Debility, curing
after Nature'i own method, by Nature's own
agent, the Gaatnc Juice. See Advertisement
in another column.
CAVTION
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
paying any money due me to Benjamin S.
Gilmore as he ts not authorised to receive
any claims, due either to me on individua
account or oa the late firm of Weaver & Gil
more, the books of the firm having been as
signed to int. R. W. WEAVER.
BlOomsbuif Dee. 12th 1850.
Fall and Winter Goods.
wasa & w* 9
HAVE just received the largest assortment
of new and fashionable fall end winter
goods to be found in Bloomsburg, end they
offer them at the lowest prices 4o their many
old palronß and new.
Tltey have a full and large variety Of
CLOTHS CAgSIMERS, SAT
TINETS, JEANS, PLAIDS
AND STRIPES FOR
men's coats, vests, ond pants. French nd
English Merinos, Cashmeres, Delaines,
ALPACAS, PLAIDS.
GINGHAMS ANI) PRINTS
FOR LADIES DRESSES , TER-'
KERRI, WATERLOO, WOOLLEN
AND LONG SHAWLS, HOSIE
RY AND GLOVES—HARD
WARE. QUEENSWARE,
GROCERIES FISH
And Snlt—Cedar ware, Hals, Caps. Coarse
and fine Boots and Bootees' for Men and
Youths—Leather, Morocco and Gum Shoes
for Ladies, Misses and Childrens wear, anil
just about every thing else that can be de
sired to please taste or serve use.
Bloomsburg, Oct., 29th 1850.
KSTcß'syy Cgi-csxiDcSisSo
The subscriber has just received and
opened at his old stand a choice lot of new
goods to which he invites the attention of
purchasers. He has a full and fair assort
ment of fall and winter goods conds'.ing. of
HAHDW AKH,
Queenstvrre, Cedar Wart, Fish and
Salt, Hats and Caps. Coarse and
Fine Boots, Gum, Morocco
and Jenny Lind Shoes
for ladies, misses and
childrens wear.
Also, Terkorri, Woollen, Watterloo, Bay
state Mills and JENNY LND Long Shawls,
MUFFS,
Cashmeres, Merinos, Delaines, Pluids. Prints
and Muslins. GEORGE WEAVER.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 30, 1850.
New Goods in Light street.
The subscriber has just received a new
assortment of goods from the city, which he
offers to the buying neighborhood at the
lowest prices, flis slock new consists of
every articlo usually kept in a country store,
including
SSopy C2>aE>qadisss
©xIOCBRXHSs
((ttccnsware Hardware. Caps
Buofs and Shoes,
&.C., Ac.
lie can furnish Cloths, Casimeres Satinets
i and Jeans for men's wear; and Merinos, Al-
I pacas, Cashmers ; Delaines, Ginghams and
Prints for the ladies. Also Shawls, Hosiery
and Gloves of every variety. Here is a
rare chance jir Imrgtins to those who want
cheap and good goods for cash or country
produce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Oct. 29, 1850
FOR FALL AND WINTER
The subscribers have just ruUlod to their
former stock a largo ane genaral assortment
of Dry goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
ware Cedarware, Fish, Salt, &c., carefully
selected as to quality and priee, all of which
they ate anxious to sell on the most accom
modating term*, aud respectfully*, solicit a
call frotn all those who wish to buy cheap
goods' their old customers especially
MENDENHALL & MENSCH.
Bloomsburg. Oct. 31st 1850.
Reading R. R. I'tiNsengci Trains
Office of Philada. & Reading R- R. Co j
Philadelphia, Sept. 16, 1850. j
Until further notice there will be but one
Passenger Train daily, (Sunday excepted,)
between Philadelphia and Pottsville at half
past eight o'clock, A. M., and stopping at the
usual places on the line of the road.
Hours of Passing Heading For Pliiladel
fihia at 10 o'clock. 10'ttiinutes, A. M., for
'ottsville at 11 o'clock, 20minutes, A.M.,
By order of the Board of Managers.
S. BRADFORD, Secretary
Reading, Nov. 2, 1850.
THOUSANDS HAVE GONE TO CAX
FORNIA, but the business of Coach M
Wagon making will be continued by the sub
scriber at the old stand on Market street. Ho
will promptly attend to all orders for work in
his line of business, and is always ready, at
short notice, to furnish Wagons, Coaches
Carriages, Buggies. Sleds and Sleighs of any
style; but always of the best materials, and
made in the most substantial manner.
He will give his personal attention to the
business, and employ none but good work
men. Repairing will be attended to with
care, and upon the most reasonable terms.—
He proposes to serve his customers to such
work as will secure for him a continuance o
their patronage, and from all who need arti
cles in his line of business. He asks only a
rial of his work to insure satisfaction.
JONATHAN MOSTELLER.
HATS AND CAPS.
THE subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and customers, that ho has iust re
ceived from the city, a large and select as
sortment of
FASHIONABLE
Hats and Caps, m Qf
DURABLE MAKE AND IMPROVED
STYLE, which ho offers for cash sales very
cheap, at his old stand, on Main Street, sec
ond door South of the t ourt house.
I?" He continues to manufacture Hats to
order as usual.
THOMAS WILLITS,
Bloomsbnrg, Nov. 15, 1849.
Fancy Chairs.
BENJAMIN HAGENBUCH has iust re
ceived from Philadelphia a new lot of FAN
CY CHAIRS, of Birch and Mahqgany curl,
and of the most fashionable style, which he
will sell at the lowest prices for good pay.
Bloomsburg, May ffith, iB6O.
Books! Books!!
Joseph Swartz has just received a new lo
of Literary Historical, Religious, Poetical
Miscellaneous and School books, to which
he invites the attention of the reading public
of Bloomsburg.
Fattcy Paper,
Envelope, Pens, Ink, Writing sand &c.,
can 6e found at the oheap Book store of ,
JOSEPH SWARTZ.
totfee in Partition.
In the matter of the Estate qf Isaac Boudman
deceased.
Columbia County ss.
The Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vanialo Jane Boudman, widow
JSSSK °flsaac Boudman deceased, John
Boudman, James Boudman, Isaac
Boudman, William lloudman,
George Boudman, Mary Boudman, line
Boudman, Susan Boudma i, Sarah Boudman,
and the legal representatives of Thomas
Boudman deceased, heirs of Isaac Boudman
Senioi, late of Valley township, deceased,
and all other persons interested, GREET
ING—
You and each of you are hereby cited to
be and appear before the Judges ol our Or
phan's Court at an Orphan's Court to be held
at Bloomsburg on the tnird Monday of Jan
uary next, and then and there to accept or
refuse lo lake lltu esta'c of said Isaac Boud
man senior, deceased, situate in Yalley tsp.,
Moetvur county, late Columbia county, at
the appraisement put upon it by the inquest
duly awarded by the Court and re'urned by
tho Sheriff on the 21st day of November
A. D. 1850; to wit; the trect of land situato
in Valley township aforesafd supposed to
contain about one hundred and fifty acres,
at the sum of thirty-throe Dollars per acre
strict measure, und in case all the heirs and
representatives refuse to lake the Estate at
the valuation then to show cause why the
same should not be sold. And hereof fail
not.
Witness the Honorable Joseph B. Anthony
Esqire, President of our said Court st
i>!oomsburg, the 28th day of November A.
D. ISSO.
JACOB EYERLY, Clerk O. C.
The persens named in the above writ, will
take notice ot the matters therein noted,
and appear accordingly as cited.
I'ETER BILLMYER
Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Bloomsburg J
November 28th 185(1. j
Price Reduced!
VAUGHN'S
LITHONTRIPTIC MIXTURE!
I.nrgc Bottles— Only One Dollar.
riir Proprietor of I lie Great American Remedy "Vsl'OHN'l
VEGETABLE UITHORTRIPTJC MIXTURE," induced liy the
nrg*n< solicitations of his Agent*, throughout the United
Hint** and Canada, has now
Reduced the Prioe
of his l-opnlsr and well known article; and from this date,
henceforth, ho will put op hut one sire oiilx. —his quart
bottles:— the retail price will be
ONE
The public may rest amured of the Medi
cine, its strength, and curative propcrtW^ WILL REMAIN
UNCHANGED, and the same care will be bettowed in pre
paring it as heretofore.
A this medicine, under its reduced price. wiH |e purehwd
by those who hare not hitherto made thcnuH-kes
with its virtues, the proprietor would beg to Intimate that his
nrticle is not to be classed with the vast amount of " Remedies
ol the day it claims for itself a greater healing pptcer, in
•ill diseases, than any other prrjmrntion note before iht
world; und has sustained its/lf for eight years by its superior
medical virtues, and, nntil this reduction. commanded double
the price of uiy other article in this line.
NOTICE I'AHTICI I.ARLY, this article act* with greet heal
••iff power and .certainty, upon the
Blood, Liver, Kidneys, Longr
ind all other organ*, npon the proper action of which life and
liealrh depend.
This madicinc lias a Justly high repute as a remedy for *
Dropsy and Gravel,
and all diseases of thnt nature. It rtmy be rel!d npon when
the intelligent physhdait has abandoned his patient, and for
these diseases, more especially DROPSY, the propri
etor would earnestly and honestly recommend it. At its
pnvent price it is ca*ily obtained by all, and the trial will pi*ove
the article to lie the
Ciieapeoi, Medicine iu tho World!
MT Please ask for pamphlets the agent* give tliPm away
they contain over sixteen pages of receipts, (in addition to ful
medical matter) valuable for household purposes, and whict
will save mnny dollars per year to practical homekoeper*.
These receipts are Introduced to make the book of great
vnlup, s*iile from it* character as an adverti-ing medium liar
tho medicine, the testimony in favor of which, in the form of
letters from all parts of the country, may be relied upon.
" Vaughn's Vegetable Lithontriptic Mixture" —the
Great American Remedy, now for sale in quart bottles at $1
each, small ltottW* at 50 cts each. No small bottles will be
issued after the present stock is cli-i>o-od of.
Principal Office, Buffalo, N. Y., 207 Main Street,
G. C. VAUGHN.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by OJ.'fOTT Mc KESSON &
CO., 127 Maiden Lane, New York City.
N. B.—All letters (excepting from agents and dealers witu
whertn he transacts business) must be pott paid, or no attention
will Ire given to them.
AGENTS.—E. I'. LCTZ, Bloomsburg; O.
F Moore, Danville; Jno. W. Friling, Son
bury, M A M'Cay, John
Sliarpless, Cattawissa; J Espy
town ; A. Miller- Seybert-
Beach Haven. 1850.-1y
N EWSADDLSHBP^
WiA
The subscriber announces to the public
that he has just onenod a Saddler Shop in the
central part of Bloomsburg, on Main street,
one door above Rupert's Store, where he
will keep constantly on hand and make to
order all kinds of
HARNESS, SADDLES, TRUNKS,
VALIECES,
And every other article in his line of busi
ness. He will also attend to TRIMMING
carriages and buggies, in every desirable
style, and will turn off all his work neat and
good ; and at l\\g lowest pneos. Those who
wish work in his line will do well to give
him a call.
EVHides, country produce, and even gold
dollars-will be taken in payment for work.
VV. M'K. THORNTON.
Bloomsburg, May 15, 1849.
GUNSMITII^VGT
W'ZZmsburg.
Thomas C. Bomboy
Respectfully informs the public that ho has
opened and arranged in good order
A GUNSMITH SHOP
at tho Pennsylvania Hotel, in the lower part
ot Main Street, Bloomsbuig, where ho will
bo ready to furnish any kind of Firearms, in
good order and of approved workmanship.
He will also attend to
Repairing and Cleaning Guns
and will repair and mako all kinds of light
machinery, locks, &c., at moderate charges.
Guns and Pistols on hand for sale.
Bloomsburg, May 2, 1850.
For Good Watches.
ig&fS Zuppinger returns
his thanks for past patro
jnage, and invites the pub
(Zps. jSk? lie to examine his new
VP' Y v . '•■Hfe assortment of
J CLOCKS, WATCHES,
Glasses, and
Keys, Balance Wheels, Jeweis, which he
offers for reasonable prices. He will also re
pair clocks, watches, and musical aud opti
cal instruments in a satisfactory nt Miner.
His shop is in the middle room of the Ex-
nearly opposite to the Court
House. , ,
Bloomsburg, Nov. 28, 1849.
MAGAZINE,
FOR 18A1.
In one of (he clrmptera of (ha Constitution
of (he State of Massachusetts, yet in force,
there i* a declaration, "That the encourage
ment of the Arts and Sciences, and aU good
Literature, tends to the honor of God, the
advantage of the Onristian religion, and the
gnat benefit of this and the other United
Slates of America/' It has ever been tho
highest purpose of thd KNICKERBOCKER to ele
vate tho staedard of American Literature.
It hus boen the medium of introducing ma
ny of our most popular authors lo tho public.
To those who take a pride is susi.aining a
good American Magazine, entirely nation*'
in its character, we look tor support. Men
of judgment need not be told that it is" in;
possible to get up a Magazine entirely ori
ginal at ihe same' prices at which those
made up from foreign sources are sold. The
unremitted efforts of the editor and publish
er will be continued to improve tho work,
f pemlld Pr< niium lo oil aiul new
Subscribers,
The publisher, grateful for the large in
crease of patronage which this old favorite
of the reading community has recoived
since it passed into his hands, has determin
ed to oflur to the old patrons, and to all new
subscribers, a splendid engraving, recently
published in this city,*by Messers. Gntipil,
Vilbert & Co. ; from a painting by a well
known American artist, William S. Mount,
Esq. This print is entitled "Musio is Conta
gious."
It is 19 by 24 inciter, is printed on beanli
ful paper, and framed, will make a valuable
and elegant ornament for the drawing-room
or parlor. The price of this engraving is
three dollars. It will be given to aH subscri
bers to the Knickerbocker Magazine who
pay their subscription for 1831 in advance
or during tho month of Janury, 1851, and
pay iu advance.—To entitle the subscriber
to tho Engraving, all payments must be
made to the publisher. Subscribers who
owe for more than one year will be expect
ed to settle up all arrears, and pay for 1851,
to entitle them to Ihe Engraving. The bills
of specie paying banks in all parts of the
cou.'iby will be received in payment. The
will be rolled on a stick, and so
secmC'y done up that it can be sent to Cali
fornia, or £.?*' Cher part of the United States
with perfect sftiO'V. The number for Janu
ary, 1851, will c6mi?eri"o the thirty-seventh
volume of this work.
35. Ledge it 1 Or, The Thread* Lift.
The publisher has great pleasure in .an
nouncing to the readets of the Knickerbock
er, and to the public generally! that he has
affected an arrangement with Mr. Richard
B. Kimball, the author of this popular and
extraordinary Romance, to give the seqne!
in the pages of this Magazine. The first
chapter will appear in the January number,
and he continued regularly until completed.
This work has already passed through throe
editions, in this country, and two in Eng
land, and has received more favorable notice
from the American aid English press than
any work of fiction whith has been issued
during the last five years.
TERMS— Five iloNars per Annum in ad
vance.
All letters tlrt business must bo addressed
post-paid, to SAMUEL HUESTON,
Publisher,
139 Nassau street, NeW York.
December 27, 1850.
QSIPa
PANACEA.
The nfflicted are invited to cull and Seo Mr
Isaac Urooks, Jr., at the corner of Third and
Wilcox streets, and Mies Chiietiana Sands,
Beach street below Spruce street, i n the Schuy I
kill. These two persona have been snatched
from the very jawe of the deetioyer. through 'he
agency of lh.il most potent of all medicines,
1)R. CULLER'S INDIAN VEGETABLE
PANACEA.
Dr Cullen's Tanacc i is the only cirtain cure
for Scrofula oi King's Kvj|, Tetter, Erysipelas,
Old Sorts and Li leers, Mercurial Diseases, end all
othei alTestions, cutaneous or olborwieei arising
from impurities of the blood.
In the extraordinary cure ofMr. Drooks, peo
ple who visit him, bold up their huuds in as
tonishment, that iitv mcdicino could hava ar
rested His disease—then go away resolved to ro
commend Dr Cullen's Indian Vegetable Pana
cea to every oue tlicy hear of who has need of a
purifying me'diciue.
So with Christiana Sands—her CUIP of Scrof
ulous sote throat was quite as extraordinary as
Mr. Drooks', when we reflect that from the dis
ease her tea or coflec would frequently pass out
of her cars, when attempting to drink, [Mee
her certificate.]
The people are beginning to understand, tot,
that the various Syrups of darraparilla are little
belter than molasses, and that it is madness to
throw away money on articles which, under the
most favorable circumstances, do not produce
any impression on the system until several gal
ons hove been swallowed. One bottle of l)r.
Cullen's l'anacca seldom fails to produce con
viction in the minds of patients that a radical
cure is certain.
Thuehope, [to necessary,an ally to medi
cine.] springs up at the onlsct, and the patient
is cured before any other preparation could have
made (he slightest impression upon the disease I
In fact, the twelvo ounce bottles of Di. Cul
len's Panacea, compared with the pint and quart
bottles of other purifiers, are valuable about in
the proportion of gold to copper. Those who
woule prefer a penny to a half eagle, on account
of its size, would make a poor selection to aay
Ihe least.
Earsaparilla a good purifier ! Dr. Cullen's '
Panacea contains its oxtract in Its Most c7,ce-.
tratrd form. Added to this are other r . "J 4 *
more active and powerful, and wK r " c . ,,
combirralion with the Satav v " 4 ° 'V. ,
ter article, or combined V./ 'f ' Wh . #l lh " 'r
ri • • T.itli the most uowcrfu
poisons, cannot , ccom|llinh
'-* cured where everything else had failed
and this in a multitude of cases—not in Europe
or in the moon, (whore so many great curee
have been performed.) but in Philadelphia and
oihcr pafts of the union. And be it distinctly
undor tood that wo do not obtain our extracts by
"boling 400 gallons down to one," it being
known to every druggist's apprentice that boiling
destroys tho essential virtues of medicinal plants
and roots.
ItOWAMD & WALTON, Proprietors,
Wltolosalo and retail, No. 21 North SIXTH
street; or E. P. Lutz, Bloomsburg; M C
Grier, Danville; Peter Ent, Light streot,
Rickets and Stewart, Oranaeville ; Cyrus
Barton, Espy town : J Schmick, Cattawissa;
AI G Shoemaker, Buckhorn.
LIVZKY STABLE.
NOAH 8. PRENTISS rnrmV
the public to
fA / \ Ilia new Stock of hnran*
carriages and buggies, a variety of which
can be found at his Livery Stable. Ho can
always furnish horses and vehicles of th*
best kind, and on reasonable torms. He haa
rec ally added a number of faahionable ve
hicles aud goixl horses to his former stock.—
He will furnish to parties four horse convey
ances with good and safe drivers, at very
low prices.
Call at the lower eud of Uopkineville, on
the East side of Main street.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 13, '49-ly
K. W. WEAVER/
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., P j
rnci— (Ja the Eatt aide of Main Slreot,
thtee belotr Market.
For Ihe RcifioiVi and Permanent Cnre of all
NERVOUS DISEASES,
Anil af thrwa Corapl iInU liM •"> cauwl I f an Im
paiwd, weakened or uulieullh)* condition 01 tho
STEIIVOUS
This beautiful and convenient application of the im s
torioii* powers of (J.ILVANI4M anil MAGNETI9M. ha*
been pronounced by distinguished physiohui", hoth u
Kurope and the United States, to be the moet vulual-ls
medicinal iiecovery of the Jig*. ** •
Dr. CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC BELT
And
MAGNETIC FLUID,
ie used with the most perfect and certain success in all
oasea of
GENERAL DEBILITY,
Strengthening the weakened body, giving tone to the
various organs, and invigorating the entire system. Also
in KITS, CRAMP, PARALYSIS and PAtSy,. DYSFEP
SI A or INDIOKBTION. RHEUMATISM, ACUTE and
CHRONIC, OOU7L EPILEPSY, LUMBAGO, DEAF
NESS, NERVOUS TREMORS, PALPITATION OF
THE HEART, A POTLEXY, NEURALGIA, PAINS
in the SIDE and CHEST, LIVER COMPLAINT, SPINAL
COMPLAINT, and CURVATURE of .the SPINE, HIP
COMPLAINT, DISEASES of the KIDNEYS, DEFI
CIENCY OF NERVOUS and PHYSICAL ENERGY,
and all NERVOUS DISEASES, which complaints arise
from one simple cause —namely,
A Derangement of the Nervous System.
COP- In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Drugs and Medi
cine* inert* f. the iterate, for they weaken the vital enor
gles of the er*ady prostrated system ; while, under the
strengthening, life-giving, vitalizing influence of Gel
vniiista. a* applied by this beautiful and wonderful dis
covery. chc exhausted patient and weakened sufferer ie
sectored to former health, strength, elasticity and vigor.
The greet peculiarity and excellence of
Dr. Christie's Galvanic Curatives,
consists in the fact that they arrest and curt disease by
autu-ard appUcatioh, In place of the usual mode of drug
ging, and physicking the patient, till exhausted Nature
sinks hopelessly under the infliction.
Thty strengthen the whole system, 'quality the eircp
lalion of the blood, promote the eecrtltcne , fit d never do
the slightest injury under eny circumUnnces. *Wo'o their
introduetion iu tho United States, only three years since,
more than
60, OO O Persons
Inosljdlng tHI age*, classes and conditions, among #nwh
were a lain"? of bnljes, whoare peculiarly subject
to Nervous Compi&aiiu, l" cn
AND CTJRBD,
all hope of yclief had betfn given up, and every
thing else trfcU In vain
To illustiate the usd Ihe CALV AXltl IJKI.T,
suppose the case of a pecsoii r''Ucted wlih thai bano of
civilization, DYSPEPSIA, or any otliCT Chronic br Jtbrt--
ous Disorder. In ordinary cases, stimulaP'- Me taken,
which, by their uction on tho nerves and muscles of the
•Ultimo h, afford temporary relief, but wkich lease mo
Salient in a lower state, arid with injuicd faculties, afU
ie notion thus excited has oeased. Nov. cor :MX tl is
with the effect resulting from the application rf tI:C ( .■ i.-
VANIC BELT. Take a Dyspeptic n.fli vr, even i
worst symptoms of an attack, uud FITMTM, the ' .t
around the Body, using the Magnetic Fluid a- iirected.
In a short period tho insensible perspirption will act oo
the positive element of the Belt, thereby causing a Gab
Vanic circulation which will pass on to the negative, end
thone'e back again to tho |K>uiUvc, thus keeping up a con
tinuous Galvanic circulation throughout thb system
Thus the most severo cases of DYSPEPSIA aro PER
MANENTLY TTTRKD. A FEW DAYS IS AMPLY
SUFFICIENT TO ERADICATE THE DISEASE OF
YEARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIALS
Of Use moet Undoubted Character,
Front all parts of tho country could be given, sufficient to
(111 every column lu this paper !
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE,
which conclusively proves that
u Trtith Is stranger than Fiction."
C 17 U K O V
Rhourtialiam, Bronchitis and Dyspepsia.
# KJBV. Dlt. LAXDIS, A CLERGYMAN
of New Jersey, of dislinguUhcd attuinmcut, and exalted
tepututlon
Biuxyr, New Jersey, July 12, 1848.
Da. A. 11. Ciiaistik—Dear Sir: You with to know of
me what has boen the result in my dwii rose, of the
application of THE GALVANIC BELT AND NECK
LACE. My reply is as follows :
For about twenty years I had been suffering from
Dyspepsia. Every year the aymntonui became worse,
nor could I obtmp peintanent relief fYnm any corns*
of meilltfal troatmetit whatever. About fourteen year*
since, in consequence of frequent oxuoauro to (he
weather, In tho discharge of toy pastoral duties, I
became subject to a severe Chronic-Rueumalisn', which
for year after year, caused me indescribable Enguish.
Farther: in the wintar of 'Ah and '46, Hi conse
quence of preaching n great deal in my own and
various other churches in this region, I whs attacked
by the Bronchitis, \Vhich coon hocamo so severe us
to require an iitintcdiufo suspension of my pastoral
labors. My nervous system was now thoroughly pros
trated, and as my Bronchitis became worse, to alio did
my Dyspepsia and Rheumatic affection thus eyhieing
that these disorders were connected with each other
through the medium of tho Nervous Systetr,. In the
whole pharmacopoeia there seemed to be no remedial
agent which could reach and recuperate jryy Nervous
System ; every thing that I had tried lor this purpose hud
completely failed. At last I was lad by r.iy friends to ex
amine your inventions, and (though with no very san
guine hones of their efficiency,) I dotei ,nincd to try th*
effect of tho application o( tho GALVANIC BELT AND
NECKLACE, with .the MAGNETIC FLUID. This wa*
in June, 1840. To mv CHEST ASTONISHMENT, IN -TWO
IATS sir DvarursiA had GONE; i* EIGHT DATB I was
ENABLED TO HKSUMK MV TASTOH LABOHS, NOB HAVE J
BRONCHITIS j AND Mt RHEUMATIC AFFECTION HAS EN
TIBEL* CHASED TO TROt'DUt ME. Such is tllu WOlldcr
ful SIM happy results of the experiment.
I •have recommended the BELT and FLUID to man*
who have been likewise suffering from Neuralgic nflec
tions. Thoy have triod them, WITH lurrv RHIULTS, 1
IKUICVC, I!* r.VBRT CASE.
I am, dear sir, very respectful)*,- your*,
ROBEVr W. LANDI9.
DR. OHP.IS7|E'B
GALVANIC NECKLACE
!?'■!! ''; n'eclin(j tho Thtnol or fleoJ'.
!idVlJw - oh •*. fnflammation of the Tbro.t, Nervous
and sick He -dl kj l6| Dixxiness of the Ilead, Neuralgia in
Buzzing or Roaring * the Ears, Deafncsa.
is generally Nervous, ana -hat distresring com
,iaint, cjlled Tic Doloreux.
Palsy and Paralysis.
All physicians acknowledge that these terrible dis
eases are caused by a deficiency of Servant Energy Iu the
affected limbs. l)a. CHBISTIE's Galvanic Articles will
supply- this deficient {tower, and a complete end entire
cure is Chus effected. •
DR. CHRISTIE'S
GALVANIC BRACELETS
Arc found of vast service in cases of Convulsions or Kits.
Spasmodic Complaints, and general Nervous Aflbctietw
or the Head and upper extremities. Also iu TaDy and
Paralysis, and all diseases mused by a deficiency of powei
or Nervous Energy iu tho limbs or other organs of the
body.
TIC Doloreux and Neuralgia.
These dreadful and agonizing complaints aro imme
iiately relieved by the application of the GALVANIC BEI t,
NECBLACH and FLUID. The Belt diffuses th* Eleetrioity
through tho system : the Necklace has a local effect, and
tho Fluid acts directly u|ton the atfbcted nerves, In these
JU.tressing atllictions the application' NEVER FAILS.
FITB AND CONVUtaiONB.
These alarming and terrible compb)> at * are nlsvaya
caused by a derangement yf the Semet Tho BELT,
Diicai KTi and FLUID will cur* DoAfly every case, no
matter how young or old the paticn£'er how coi r !rmed
the complaint. Numerous and astonishing proo'i are in
possession of tho proprietor.
dGH Many hundred Certificates from all parte of the
country bf the most extraordinary character can b*
given, if required.
rNo trouble or iiicpnveni*nca attends th* use of
CHRISTIE'& QjiLVANtC ARTICLES, and
they may be vfrorn bv the most feeble aud delicato,
perfect ease and safety. In m&liy cases the tetwelioe
attending their use ie highln pleaeant and agreeable.
They can be aent to iny of the country.
Trices:
The Gifi.vani'j Belt, Three Dol!ar.
The CfalTKnio Mecklaee, Two Dollars.
she5 he Gv.'ivanic Dracelots, One Dollar Baeh!
hS Magnetic Fluid, One Dbllar.
OT/- Tha articles are aeeompantej by full end plain
direction*, remtiblots with lull particulars ma/ be lud
of euthoricen Agent.
PARTICULAR CAUTION.
OQh JBcieere o/ Ctunlir/tUt and TVoithlen Fmiiatiunn
T>. O. MOHEHEAD, M. D.,
GENERAL AGENT FOR TIIE UNITED STATES,
U ilroatlsvisy, New ToVk.
For sale in Bloomsburg, Pa., by
authorized agent,
JOHN It, MOVER,,
and byauthoriztd agents in the princi
pal iou ns of the State.

xml | txt