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BLOOMSBURG : Thursdays September 11, 1831. The New Postage I.nw. Tlds law went into operation on live first day of July inst., and will operate to iho fol lowing elluct upon tho STAU OF THE NORTH, i J. Subscribers will receive it by mail, in Columbia County, FREE OF POSTAGE. 2. For a distance not exceeding fifty raileF, ! at FIVE CENTS per quarter. 3. Over fifty and not exceeding three huat dtrd miles at rim CENTS per quarter. 4. Over three hundred and not exceeding one thousand miles, at FIFTEEN CENTS per quarter. 9. Over one thousand a-.d not exceeding tiro thousand miles, at TWENTY CENTS per quarter. 0. Ovur two t-.vo thousand ami not excee ding ftur thousand inilos ut TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ner quarter. Tho?o who desiro n good, and decided Columbia county Democratic paper, free of jnistagc. should subscribe at once for the Star of Ike North. l.toomsburg Iligter Club. Tho Blooruoburg Bigler Club met at the Court-house on Wednesday evening, August 10th Col. 1,. I. Tuto presiding. A. L. Dieia bach was chosen Secretary. 11 W. Weaver Esq. iroui tho Committee on officers nnd rules reported a number of rules for tho regulation of the Club which I wore road and adopted. By ono of tlieso rules the tegular moetiu sof the Club are fixed for every Saturday evening. Tho fol lowing persons were chosen permanent offi cers of the Club. President —Hon. Daniel Snyder. Secretary —Daniel I.ee. Treasurer —Kobe it 11. Arthur. On motion it was thou Bcstlved, That the Secretary of the Club be requested to invite the attendance of spea kers from u distance. Adjourned. NEWS FROM Eiinora.—The steamer AMCR 10a arrived at Halifax on Wednesday. She loft I.iperpool August 23d.—The Queen was to pay a visit to Soolland on the 27th nit The meeting of tho Catholics of tho United Kingdom was hold at the Rotunda, in Dub lin, on Iho 19th, and led, as was anticipated, to scones of violoncc —The yacht America has not yet found a competitor to accept her challenge. The Foreign craft evidently don't like "the cut of her jib." In a recent race, where eighteen yachts entered for tho hon ors, sho came in ahead by a long shot.—The exhibition draws less. Ti Is announced to close on tho 11th ol October, and on the IMb the reports of juries will bo hoard and tho prizes awarded. —The Prinoo de Join villo will most probably bo a oamlidato for the next Presidency. An arrangctnc.it i s talked of, to hold tho election next year at successive periods throughout the country, in ordct to haven strong military force pre., out on the occasion utcacli place. £SO,OGO I KE, Tom Corwin, tho Whig Secretary of the Treasury , mmlo 880,000 ont of tho Gardner elaimMu one woek- It would require a la boring mn or mechanic to live mid work two hundred and sixty-six years, at one dollar per day, to make this sum. ;;>y:K),000 FEU. Geo. W. Crawford, Secretary of Wat un der Gen. Taylor, received $90,000 for his services in tho Galphin claim. A farmer would have to sweat and toil three hundred years to earn this sum of money. 13T Wn havo been informed that Gover nor Johnston will bo in this place on Mon day the 23d instant. M ARRIED. On Sunday evening o( last week, by Jiov. J. llalil M.r. SEBASTIAN SVBEHT. am' Miss J.TTUA \Voi.r, nil of Salem, t.uezrne co. August 3lst, by Rev. Joseph France, Mr. JOHN HANNA, of Norristown, to Miss MAHIA VLAKNIOAN, of Danville. DIBl). In Danville, on tfie Sd irist. Mrs. KI.UA HETII WAI.KKII, wife of Mr. Robert Wulker, aged%bont 09 yours. 11l Hollenbnck Township, on Monday night, Septombcr Ist, daughter of Mr. John Dodson Ksq. of Huntington, and wife of Drt Ilobort Hicks. WHIG COUNTY HQ HQ IP H <33 3 The Whigs of Columbia county are reques ted to meet ut tlio Court Ilousc t/i Rloomsburg, on Tuesday, Sr/ittmber IG, at 2 o'clock, J'. M, in County Meeting, for the purpose of nom inating candidates lor tlio various Offices of the.County, to be supported by the whigs of the county, at tlio ensuing general Flection, and for the transaction ol such other business as may peitain to tho I'ariy organization. A full attendance of the Whigs ol the county is earnestly requested. K. C THOMSON, JACOB MKLUCK, GILBERT II FOWI.KR, CHARLES HAUTMAN, JONAS HAYMAN, If'/tig Standing Cummittlte of Col. Co. September 8, 1851. ipwieiLHO esiiiLiisj ®iy IN persuatiCe of an order of tho Orphans' Court of Columbia county, on Sulurday the 18lli day of October next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Luther A. Garman and Clernuel M'Heury &c., of Daninl M'Henry late ol Kishingcrcok township, HI said county, deceased will expose to sale hy I'nblic Vendue, upon the premises, n certain tract of '^H^ l ,OOAf:,I,JS JSE! WOCDLAITr 1(1 Fishing-Cjeck township Columbia coun ty, adjoining land of J Deirner M'Henry, Moses M'Henry, Josoph Fullmer and l'hilip Applemnn. Late the F.tate of said deceased, situato in the township of Kishingcreek and county nforosaid JACOB EYERLY, Clerk Bloomabitrjt, r ept 11 1351.—:e • REAL ESTATE AT , ESaaAds 2 ; ftv WO valuable farms will bo offered lor' j -I sale upon tho premises at the residence | |of tho Into Leonard Lazarus in Montour tp.. j Columbia county on Saturday the 1 \th day of ) October IRSI. j The tracts will be ofitred for bale sepn j rately or together, as may suit purchasers. The one contains 115 Acres and 02 perches )of gooa land, which is all cleared except some 30 acies, and is in a good state of cul tivation. Upon this is a FAKM HOUSE A Barn, two apple orchards, a spring house, other outbuildings, and a good Spring of If'a tcr near tho house. Tire land con tains a largo body of CDI 22S 9 I And a good bed of LIMESTONE. The other tract adjoins this and has been a pnrt of tho same farm. It contains 12-t Acres and 102 perches, ot which about so ■ Acres nro Woodland. Tho remainder is well improved, and there are Upon the prem ises A HOUSE AND STABLE and a WELL OF WATER n ~r the door. US'* Sale to commence at 10 o'clock ol the said day, when attendance will bo giv en and.terms made known by EMANUEL LAZARUB, Adms'tr. with the will annexed. I Orangcviilo, September 10, 1851. j 'IV the Electors ol' Columbia Uornily. I I-'SI.LO\v CHEERS: — I A', tho solicitation of my I friends I am induced to be a candidate this fall for ASSOCIATE JUDGE of Colum l bia county, and respectfully solicit your end ! rages. If elected. 1 will discharge the dn | ties of lout office with fidelity and imparti ality. JOHN COVANIIOVEN. Orangeville, August 30lh 1801. To llie Independent Electors of Columbia County. IT: i. i.o v C ITIZENS : Wo proposo CHARLES KAHLEU Esq., of Bloomsburg as n suitable | person for tho office of l'UOl HONOTARY ;of Columbia county, lie is competent, and j being able to speak both German, and Etlg j lislt, wo beliove him titted for the office ami I well deserving it. He has conserved to be ! a candidate, and will bo supported by. MANY "VOTERS. TO THE INDEPENDENT VOTERS OFCO LUMBIA AND MONTOUR COUNTIES. Frt.t.ow-riTizKNS : Encouraged bv many solicitations to be n j candidate this fall for MEMBER OF THE i LEGISLATURE, I rospectiully solicit your I votes for that ollic-o, and tender you an lion t est assurance that, if elected, I will act with I fidelity lo the cause of the people. BENJAMIN lh FORTNER. ALEXANDER lIIIGUES. i Of Ccnlre township will l>o an independent ' candidate this fall before the people of f'o | himbia County for tho otlieo of COUNTY ' COMMISSIONER, nnd respectfully solicits j tho stillragcS pl bis toiluw tiliyons. IT" We are authorised to fay that WIL- I LI AM ROBISON ot Bloomsburg. will be a J candidate for Associate Judge of Columbia I county. I ■ , j- BEOOMSBI'IIG ACADEMY. A HIGH SCHOOL For A cting Undies nnd Gentlemen. J. E. LKADLKY, Principal. , A sufficient number of competent Assis j Tints will tit all times be employed, j Tito ensuing Fall Session will commence !on MONDAY tho Ist day of September j next, and will continue 10 weeks. TERMS. j The academic year consists of 1 1 weeks, j The price of tuition per quarter is as fol lows : For Reading, Penmanship, Grammar, A 'ihrnotie, Book-Keeping by single entry, Geography, History of tho U. S. $3 25 For same, and Algebra, Geomctrc, Sur veying, Mensuration, Book Keeping by dou ble entry, General History, Natural History, Physiology, Philosophy, other English bran ches. and drtiv ing. SI 50 For Latin. Greek, German &• Frenrh, 5 75 j L 6" Good boarding can be obtained in pri- I vato families ut from $1 £0 to t?2 00 per j week. REFERENTCS.—CoI. Joseph Paxlort, Hon. I Stephen Baldy, Hon. Geo. Mark, Michael : Brobst, Esq., John M'Reynolds, Esq., ami i tho Citizens of Bloomsburg. j Bloomsburg, Aug. 12, 1851. Admiiiislrators' Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of administration upon tho estate of Sam | uel Sohrock, iato of Hemlock township Columbia county, deceased, havo been j granted to tho subscriber residing in Buck | horn, Columbia county. All persons jkttow- I ing thomsolves indebted to tho said estate ; are requested to make immediate payment | iti.tl those having accounts against tile cs | tate lo preser.l them lo JACOB HARRIS, | Administrator. j Bttokhorn, August 30th 1851—Gt. IHiiiioiigaliola Uliiskey. j rtho subscribers nre in constant receipt and | -■ consignment oi OLD MONONUAIIEI.a WIIIS i net from Pittsburg, of various grades, which ! they oiler lor sale to lots to suit purchasers— : recommending it as being pure, uuadultura ted Rye. I A Superior article of Cherry Brandy con-I j stantly on hand. ! ALSO llagis, Lard, Cltooso, &e. ECKY WATKIN, J No. 13 South Water St., Philadelphia. ; Aug. 2lth 1851.—3 m. Notice. FJAHE Stockholders of tho Susquehanna and North nnd West Branch Telegraph Co. nro hereby notified that tho Annual Meeting ot Stockholders for tho Election of officers for said Company will bo held at the Montour Ilonso in Danville, Montour Coun ty, o.t the third Tuesday of September next, nt threo o'clock P. M. A. C. GOEl.L— President. Aug. 20iit, 1851. CSx A N E W 0k OF JEWELRY, KEYS, GLASSES, DIA- i MONDS for patent levers, detached : levers and lopines just received nnd opened ' by HENRY ZUPPINGEH. Bloomsburg, September 1, 1851. R. W. WEAVER, ATTOKOTY-AW-ILAW ! BLOOMSBURtI, COLUMBIA CO., PA OFFICE —On the Kn it side of Main Stroct. ' three squares below Market. F a © tD3L A H A tt S.OH : [ fil3\FltAl, BL^criorv. IN pursuance of an ant of tlic General As sembly of the Commouweullh ol" Penn sylvania, I, PEJXR ISSI.EUVEE, Tlii.'i Sheriff o( the county of Colombia, in said Commonwealth, do nurcby givo nolico j to the Elector* of the county aforesaid, llial a Gcnoral Election will be held in paid conn- | ly of Columbia, on tho PF.COM) TUESDAY I OF OCTOBER next, (it being the 14th day of tho raid month,) at wnicli tho STATU and [ COUNTY OFUCKIIS, US follows, are to be elect- ; ed, to wit: One ncrson for Governor of tho Stale of Pennsylvania. One person for Canal Commissioner of tho ! State of Pennsylvania. Ino persons for Judges of the Supreme ' Court of Pennsylvania. One person fur President Judge of tlia 11th ] Judicial district of tho t'talo of Pemtsylvu* j nia. 'Two persons for Associate Judges of the several Courts of Columbia County. Ono person lor Member of the ilouso of Representatives of tlie State ot Pennsylvania, j lor Columbia D id Montuitr counties. One per-on for Prolhonotary, Clerk of the Oyer and Terminer, Orphans' Court, and i Quarter Sessions of Columbia county. One person for Register of Wills and Re corder ot Deeds ot Columbia county. O.io person for County Treasurer. Ono person for County Commissioner, to ! servo throe years. Ono person for County Commissioner to serve one year. One person for County Auditor. 1 also hereby make known and givo no tice tliat the places of holding tho General Election in tho several election districts and townships of Columbia County are as bil lows : viz. Kenton township at the house of Exckicl Colo. Reaver township at tire house of Charlos Michael. Bloom township at the Court-iiouso in Bloomsburg. Briareroek township at the lowt house in Berwick Cattawisa township at the house of Sta cy Margerum in Caltawissu. Centre township at the house of John lloss. Eishingereek lowrship at tho house of Abiaham Kline. Greenwood township at the House ofJo soph Palloti. Hemlock township at tho Buekhorn Jnokson township at tho tiouso of Joshua Savage. Milllin township at the house of John Kel ler. Madison township at tho house of Jacob W. Warner. 1 Mountploasnnl township at tho lion so of I Frederick Millar. | Montour township at tho house of bamuel i Uazartis. ! Maine township at tho houso ol Isaac Yot ter. Iloaringcreek township at the houso of | Daniel Yeager in Slablowu. I Orange township at tho house of Richard mr"ld Oransevillc. ; fbtgarlvaf al ''"a hou -o of Lina? ! Cole. Tho general election lo ho opened between I j tho hours of 8 and 10 o'clock in the lore- ' i neon, and shall continue without iuterrup- 1 ! lion or adjournment until 7 o'clock in tho I evening, when the polls shall bo closed. | In pursuance of tin Act ot the General | Assembly of tho Commonwealth of l'enn i sylvania, entitled "An Act relating to tho elections of this Commonwealth, passed I the second day of July A. D. 1831), notice is I hereby given : "That no person shall Is? permitted to vote at any election as aforesaid, other than j a white Ireo man of tho age ot twenty-ouo ! veats or more, who shall have resided wilh- I in the Slate at least otio year, and in tho election diet riot where he oilers to voto at. j least ten days immediately proceeding such I clociipn, and within two years paid it stale or county fax, which shall have been asscs | sed at Ic'aM ten days before tho election. Rut | a citizen ot tho United States, who had been previously a qualified voter of this stac, and removed therefrom ami returned, and who ■ bIkiII have resided in the election district, | and paid tax as aforesaid, shall be entitled to a vote after residing in lliisStjite six months : provided, that the white lrccman citizens of J the United States, between the ages of twen ty-ouo and twenty two ♦ears and having re ! sided in this stale one year, and in the ulee- ] , tion district tea days aforesaid, shall bo en- ' ! tilled to vote, although they siial! not have paid taxes. '•No per.'on shajl be permitted to vote ! j whoso name is not contained in the list of I [ taxable inhabitants Punished by the Com- J missiotiers as ut'eresaid unless first ho pro- ' | dnces a receipt fot tho payment within two ! years, of a stato or county tax assessed I agrcoably to the constitution and give J factory evidence, either in his own oath, or | affirmation of another, that he has paid such I | a tax, or on lailuro to produce a receipt, | shall make oath lo tho payment thereof; nr. t second, il ho claims a right to vote by being lan elector between the ages of twenty-ono i and twenty-two years, ho shall depose, on I j oath or affirmation, that fie lias resided in the state al least one year next before fits np- l I plication, and inako sucfi proof of residence I in liis district as is required by this act, anil that lie does verily believe from tho account | given him that ho is of tho age aforesaid,' I and give such other evidence as is required | by this act whereupon the name of tho per | son so admitted to vote shall be tnserled in • tho alphabetical list by tho inspectors, and a I nolo made opposite thereto by writing tho j word ''tax" if ho shall bo admitted lo vote j J by reason of having paid a tax, or tlio word j "ago," if lie shall be admitted to veto on ne [ count of his age, and in cither case tho ran- I son ef such vote shall be called out to the j | clerks, who shall mark it in the list of voters | kept by them. "In all cases wliero tho nnrro of tho per son claiming lo voto is not found on the list , furnished by tho commissioners and assess- j ors, of his right to vote, whether found ihore- ' on or not, is objected to by uny qualified cil- J izi'us, it slu II be the duty of tho inspectors, lo examine such person on oath as to his j qualifications, and if ho claims to have resi- i ■led within the slnto for ono year or more ! his oat It shall bo sufficient proof thereof, but he shall make proof by at least ono compe tent witness, who shall lie a qualified elect or, that lie has resided within the district for j more than ten days next immediately p re . I 1 ooeding said election, and shall also himself swear that his bona fidd residence, in pursu ance of his Inwrul calling, is within the dis. trie! and that he did not remove in tho said district for the purpose of voting therein. 'Kvery person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall make duo proof if required, ol I residence and payment of taxes, as afore- t said, shall be permitted to voto in the town ship, ward, or district in which ho shall re- I side. ( "If any prron shall prevent or attempt lo prevent any officer of an election under this act from holding such elaction, or use or 1 threaten any vioieucajo any such officer or shall interrupt or improperly interfere with him in the execution of his duty, or shall block up or attempt to block tho window or avenue to any window whom tho samo may be holder, or shall riotously disturb tho poaco at suoh election or shall use or prac tice any intimidation, threats, forro or vio lence, with design to influence unduly over awo any elector, or to prevent him from vo ting, or to restrain tho freedom of choice, such person on convici;on shall bo lined in any sum not exceeding iivo hundred dol lars and be imprisoned for aflj" lime not ICSH that one or more than twelve months. And if it shall be shown to trip court vrhere the trial of such olTonce sf :!1 to hn.l !i,at the per,ion so offending wne not 11 resident 01 ihc city, ward, district, or township, where tho said offaneo was committed and not entitled to a vote therein, then on conviction, tie shall bn sentenced to pay n fine of not less than 0110 hundred dollars, and be imprisoned not less than six months nor more than two years. "If any person or petsons shall make any bet or wager upon the result of any eltfdtion within this Commonwealth, or shall olmr td make nny such bet or wager, either by ver bal proclamation llioroof, i.r by any written or printed advertisement, chnllongo o: invito any person or persons to make such bet or wager, upon ceaviclion thctcof ho or they shall lorieit and pay three times tho amount so hot or offered to bo bet." I also make known and give notice as ill and by tho 13th section of tho aforesaid act 1 am directed, "that everv parson except justice of the poaco, who shut! hold any of fice or appointment of prulil or trim under the l'ui>od State?, or of this State, or of any city or in 'orporatdd district, wliuthei n com missioned office! or iwhetwi-o, a subordi nate officer or agent, who is, or shall bo em ployed under tho legislative, judiciary, or ex ecutive department of this Stato or United Stales, or any city or incorporated district: and atso, that every member of Congress, ami of the Stale Legislature, and of tho se lect or common council of any city, or com missioners of any incorporated district, is by law incapable o! holding or exercising at tiro same time, tiro office or appointment o! Judge, Inspector, or C ork of any election of this Commonwealth, and that no 'lnspector or Judge or any other officers of any such election, shall be eligible to any office then to be voted tor." And by die same act of Assembly it is al so made "the duty of every Mayor, Hherill, Ileputy Sheriff, Alderman, Justice of the Peace, Constable or Deputy Constable, of every city, county, township or district with in this Commonwealth, whcitover called up on by an officer of an election, or by- threo qualified electors thereof, to clear any vvin dow or avenue to any window of tho pluco of General Election, which shall be obstruct ed in such a way as to prevent voters from approaching tho same ; and it shall bo tho duty of tho respective Constable of such ward, district or township, within this Com monwealth, to bo present in person or by deputy, at tho place of holding such Elec tions, in such ward, district or township, for lite purpose of preserving the peace as ulore said." Pursuant to tho provisions contained in tho 70th section of the act aforesaid, tho Judges ol the aforesaid district shall respectively lake charge of tho certiliculo or return of the election of their respective districts, and produce them at a meeting ot one Judge from each distiict ol Columbia cointy, at tlm Court Mouse in llloomsbttrg, on the (bird day ulter the oleetion being tho present year on Friday the 17tli day ol October next, tiiyn and theru to do and perform the duties """"'ireo*.'" Sual Judges. Also, that r 1 ' sn iiriees of ""avoidable where a Judge vy rh- Kn V. M °l • accident is unable to attend said meeting oi Judges, llien the certitnctato or return afore said shall bo taken charge ot by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of the election of said district, who shall do and perform the duties required of said Judges tumble to o'.toiul. Ihe Return Judges of tho Representative District composed id tho counties of fc'olum tiia and Muntpyr, will "meet at the Court Mouse in Blooifabitfg, on Tuesday tho 21st ot October next, to perform those duties en joined by law upon the said Judges. MP The return judges of this Judicial District will meet at the Court house in Bloomsbuig on Tuesday iho 21st day of Oc tober to di.-cliarge the duties required of them by law. Given under my hand at tho RhorifTs of fice in Bloomsburg this Jth day of Septem ber 1851 Out! save the Commonwealth PETER BILUnEH Sheriff American repertory of Inventions. TO MECHANICS, INVENTORS AND MANUFACTKUS. Seventh volume of the Scientific American. MOTH S3 CGo American ami foreign Patent Agents, anil Publishers oj the Scientific American. Respectfully announce to the public that the tirst number of Volume VII. of this widely circulated and valuable journal will issue on the 20lh of September. 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This work may be very properly considered a companion to the •• Sacred Mountains,' by the same author. 1 lis object is to illustrate and ' render more i life-like" the sacred writings. It is not the author's design to supersede tho Bible. But his wish is excite a solicitude to obtain, anil to become intimately acquainted mid per fectly familiar with its history, doctrines and laws; to know its truth to imbibe its spirit, | fs?l its power, and partake of its salvation; - a wo™' 10 M' So s° measure ns it ! deserves, this wuuui is yond price. We predict for it a fiireuiaiibi. lur beyond ony of the author's former works. L I he Neu-s. Jan. 7lk. Tlamblrs ami Sketihes —By ltev. J. T. Head ley. We have not for a long time sat down to a book with more pleasing anticipations, ! or found those anticipations moro fully re alized, than in the perusal of the work be fore us, and we know it will bo hailed with I gratification liy the many admirers oi tho . talented author. Ifis "Napoleon and his J Marshals" was, perhaps, as popular and J J found at least as many enthusiastic readers l as any book lluil can be mentioned. Wo i think the liambles nnd Sketches are des ' lined to bo as popular al least as any of his : previously published works. There is not a I dull chapter in the work, tilled as it is with '•an infinite variety." The author has am ! pie room and verge enough for lite employ j ment of his lino talents to great advantage. I and most successfully has lie accompli sired j the task. The biographical sketch of the I author is interesting and "well considered," i and adds much to die value of the hook, | which is got up in a vary neat and nttraclivo style by the publisher.—See Portland Trans , s rij l, Dec. 1 bth. I Mr, Headlcy is onouf dioniest promising wri ! tors of this country, mid we Imvo here onu of his j best books— one mi which ho can wifely rest his fame. It possesses the uufadguing charms of t perfect biinpii ily and tuiih. Tlmru is graceful | frankness pervading tho composition, which en ; gages the interest of the reader in the author as j well as in the aubjoct. His rmnhlcs about Rome, | Paris and I.oiulon exhibit a thousand Units of an I ingenuous naturo, upon which n man of taste j will delight to lingct. We predict for this a j solo equal to diat ot ony of the author's works [New York News. ! The collection is ono of which no nuthor j need lie ashamed. It consists, indued, of some I of Mr. Headley's most brilliant and highly lin. ialn d compositions of Ihoso specimens of his | abilities liy which lie may ho judged wilh die ! greatest safety to his fame as a word-pniutcr nod j thinker. [Now York I'riliunc, i N. B. The above books will lie forwarded to onler at die piicca mentioned, free of postage, to any part of tho Hailed Statu, on the receipt' "1 orders, wilh the money. Money may ho scut by mail at my risk. JOHNS. TAYLOR, Publisher, 113 Nassau st, New York. C. C. MARK, " Surgeon mid illcclimilcnl ix iiiist F.SPF.CTFUI.LY odors his professional 1 ■'services to the Ladies and Gentleman of Orangovillo and its vicinity. Ho is provided wilh die Iho latest improved POUCELAIN TEETtI, which will he inserted on l'ivot or Gold plato lo look as well as dio natural. The cavities of decayed teelh will bo dreused out and filled with Gold of the finest quality, which will prevent their further decay or aching, and render the#useful for many years in MOST cases during life. and other foreign substances, will bo romoveil, ren dering tho Teeth clean and die Gums ami breath sweet and healthy. Teeth, and stumps of Teeth, which linvo become use less or troublesome, will be extracted with die latest and most npproved instruments, in the careful anil scientific manner, and with the least possiblo pain. Persons desi rous of. procuring whole sets of Teeth would do well to "ive liiin u cull, us much lime, trouble, ami expense might be suvud by having their work done at home. In short, he is prepared to attend lo every tiling in tho lino of Dentistry, and his performances I will bo warranted lo answer all the useful and ornamental purposes ol tiio art. For inferences apply to his numerous cus tomers. P. S. Permanent residence, Orangcville, I Colombia County, Pa. Philadelphia & Heading Rail Road. REDUCTION of lrieght on Merchandize, lo commence Marcli 1, 1851. HATES OF FREIGHT PER 100 LBS. Between Pottseillc anil Philadelphia. ARTICLE* TRANSPORTED.— Ist Class.—Bi tuminous Coal, Brick*, 'oe, Iron Ore, Lime stone, Pig Iron, Piaster, Sluto, 'Piles, !) cts. 2d Class. —Blooms, Burr Block,, Cement, Grindstones, Guano, Laths, Pitch, Railroad Iror., hotivy, Rosin, Suit, Sill*, Shingles, Tar, Tttrpenlinc, Timber ntnl Lumber, 10 ct*. 3rd Clan. —Ale, Beer, and Porter, Ashes, Pot & Pearl, Bark, Barley, Bonus tk. Horn*, Coliee, Cotton, Whiskey, & Domestic Li quors, Grain, Iron Casting*, rough; Rolled, Bar or Hammered Iron, Boiler Plates, Flat Bar Kail Road Iron, lend und Phot, "hlo lasses, Potatoes, Nail* ik o, ikes, Bull Provi sioiis, Sugar, Saltpetre, and Tobacco, un manufactured, 1-i cts. Flour per barrel, 25 ct*. ills Class —Apples, Brail, Butter, Cheese, Cordage, 10.unbelt Ware, Eggs, Grocer is (except lltoso slated) Hemp, Hardware, ntnl Cutlery, Hollow ware , Lard, Leather. Live Stock, Manufactures of Iran, tis Machinery; Oil, Oysters, Paints, Raw Hides, Buys, Run sia Sheet Iron, Seeds, Steel, Sweet Potatoes, Tallow. Vinegar arid Wire, 17 cts. sf/t Class. —Books and Stationary, Bonis St Shoos, Camphino, und Spirit Oil, China, Glass and Queor.svvaro, Cigar.*, Confectionery, Dry Goods, Drug*. Fresh Fish, Moot & Fruit, l-'o | reign Liquors, Hops, Spirits of Turpentine Wines ami Wool 22 cts. Mare, 1 ? 13 t 18 31. XiC\Y l3iS-*i.:tT*-KS it JOllllLU!!, FREEMAN* ioltG. , : s & to.* ISS Liberty street, between JlruoilwayC ,l d *Vi<- sau-street, ncar the Post Ujfuc, New York. ; 'j are receiving, by daily arrivals front * * Europe, our Full and Winter assortment of rich fashionable fancy silk and millinery goods. We respectfully invito all Cash Purchas ers thoroughly to examine out Stock end i Prices, and as interest governs, we feel con fident our Goods and Prices will indnco them ; to select Irom our establishment. Particular attention is devoted to MILLINERY GOODS, and many of tho articles aro mtiiuifaelureti expressly lo our order, and cannot bo sur passed in beauty, sivbr and ehettpness. Beautiful P.u.s Ribbons, for Hat, Cup, . Neck, and Beit. I Satin ami Taffeta Ribbon*, of all width* and colors. Silks, Satins, Velvets, and Client Velvets, for llals _ Feathers, American attd French Artificial Flowers. I'll flings, and Cap Trimmings. | Dress Trimming.*, largo assortment, il Embroideries, Capes, Collars, I'mler . sleeves and Gulls. Fino embroidered Revicro and Hemstitch Cambric I lutidkcrchiofs. Crapes, hisses, 'Variolous, Illusion and Cup Laces. Valencienes, Brussels, Thread, Silk, and Lisle thread Laces, Kid, Silk, Sowing Silk, Lisle Thread, Merino Gloves and Mitts. Figured and plain Swiss, Book, Bishop Lawn and Jaconet Muslins. English, French, American and Italian .Straw Goods. Aug. 28, 1851-Sm. i sys: IN LIGHT sTiiKirr. I*UTI:R I:\T I Announces In tho peoplj ol Light Btroot that he lias just received and opened a spiutt- I detl lot of new and fashionable Spring and Summer Roods, i 'to c"Vrs a! rales ihat cannot fail to j suit ami pier'.' n " .'ho wish a good r.mitco for cheap purchasers. Ho has eveiy thing usually kept in a country store, Dry Goods, Groctiiies, Hard ware, Uacenswaro, Cedar Ware. Dress Goods ntid I'll lie y Goods, of styles to please nil tasls, and at prices lo suit all purses. Call and see before tho I e is gone C>T Country produce taken, ill pay, ami cash not refused. | Light Street, Apr! sth, 1851. Gpciiij nub Stumttci- goobo. All new niitl (liirap. AARCIX XLXIT23 I ffttviles the attention ol the good peoiilo of "-Bloomsburg to his stock ol new and fash ionable spring and summer goods which ho has just opened in tho Brick Block third door above lite Exchange llotoi in Bloomsburg, ami which ho will sell CHEAP™ THAN THE CUE PEST, He has an assortment of JDry Goods, Fancy Goods. READY MADE CLOTHING, And a full variety of dress goods for In dies and gentlemen*' wear and innoy. Can bo mtulo by purchasers who will call and examine Ids goods, for ho will sell, and sell 20 per cent, less than the goods can bo bought vls-jwhore in town. Bloornsbtirg, April 23d, 1831. The Housewife* Help and Husband's Jr.,, t TIIC GCI tit AN WASHING IT.CM) T\O);.S away entirely with that laborious task ol tuiibing the Clothes upon llio washboard. It contains no ingredienls what ever injurious to the lines! Jilhric or the Jlesh. Tho propriotors wish every one to givo it a trial, ami it it dous not prove to bo as re commended, tho money, in every such case will ho refunded. Full directions accompa ny each bottle. Retail price I2J Conis per Horde, stiliii-ient lo do two ordinary washings, and saving tho Clothes more by not rubbing them than the cost of six bellies—beside* removing stains of Irnit, &e., if there bo any, ami lire tiino ami latioi saved. ) l'repared only by I. I'. IIOYT & CO. V Inhale'fun J. K. Reran, Bloomsburg, Agent lor Col umbia County. All orders received by him wholesale or retail, will be promptly altemled to. lallllfl For killc fpilE undersigned Executor of Jacob Good, dncoased, offers to to sell at private sale, 30 Acres of (lie Real Estate. of said deceased, situate on Fishingcrcek ami in Fishing Creek township, adjoining other lands of tho Estate, and lamia ot Mi chael Ruber and others. Tito land is 'valua ble—is mostly improved and is in a fa vorablo situation. The sale is made under a power ill tho will of Jacob Good, ami tiro [ title is unquestionable. Conditions made known by tho undersigned resident in Huntington, Luzerne courtly, or by James Mellunry resident near llio premises. K. WADSWOKTII, Juno 12, 1860. Executor of Jacob Good Fancy Chairs, BENJAMIN HAG I-.N it I t.il has just re ceived from Philadelphia .t .ew lot ot FAN CY CHAIRS, ot Birch and Mahogany cud, I attd of the most fashionable style, which lie ( will sell at the lowest prices for good pay. I Bloomsburg, May l'tith, ISSO. l'rospectus or the Washington I'niout rnliK un<JrtaHiiPd having purchased thta jf a -1 |ier i-f Tnmaa litjchic, E*q , It will in future bo conducted by A. J. Dottelaon, according to the principles of tbe old dcmocralio republican party. Tliu editor ontors upon hie task with a deep sonsc oft lie responsibilities ho baa oseuuiid but wlijle ho dial)lists bis qualifications for the urdiiotis duties which the persuasion* of friends more than his own inclinations have imposed on him, ho takes his post with a firm determina tion that the expectations of those friend* shall not he disappointed by any want on his own port of enorgy, constancy, courtesy, and n firm udbercnco to those great principles on which the honor, glory and prosperity of tko CoQnlry iff pen J. The Psrotr will advocate principle.*, not inert, and it will bo so conducted an to furnish no p,c. text lor the imputation that it will be dovotial |o the ocivico of any political enpirant, or bfcotrl" thn organ of nay combination formed fin the personal or political advancement of its tnembots" contrary to the principle and usage* of t!i" dciuourntic ; arty by rrbuking tfimto who won'M depait tr,oo its pin e.iples, or roar the beatiry o its creed by the intindiiclioii cJ" dangerous Jen. trine*. Tin* groat object of tho Utries in lo C'mpa,n political rosultn; yet it* co'utnnn will not bo de voted exclusively to politics, it will endeavor to keep up with the spirit ol the ago, mid to present all dl icovetin* to seienec or ait. tuid more enia. cinlly to chronicle all tin|iiovenient* relative m sericulture, commerce and ttianoficturcs which may promote the interest* tod lend to Ihoadotn- * mont of the country. I nt eaune in which wu have tnibarkcd canTTot bo sustained without a liberul patronage. /> daily pnpor at Washington requires a heavy e)r peoditure; noil we tnoreforn L) iq-tii| to tIVoS. who Wish us success to aid to procuring thi means of nuecasa Iry using 'heir exertion" to oli tarn patrons and subscriber*, (fur 'urpea an l"si d solely on nuelt support, and on the strength the democratic party ol the Lulled Htuln . 0 a 1£ <0 & iu A j&o Fi'avEToH (rßNeiiAi,'s Oj-yiCE OF PA > June 30, 1861. j SOLOMON iNsvirinn Esq tire, Surveyor o the County ol Columbia: i Slit'—l lie art passed the tenth day C r April, 1835, iiulliori/.iiig (ho graduation mi< valuation ol the unpatented I.mil* in ihi< j ( ommoti wealth, hy the Com m lss in no is o' . the several counties, ami which has laice extended Irnni time in time ly supploiiieu | ary nets, expues on the tenth day ol lie comber, 1 851 (..on l'amphlot Laws, |84!. , page J8 ) alter which time no abatement el any inlen'st can he made oil the puichase , money dtte on sueli I.mils. I have, theie fori) eooeeived it to ho my duty to give I notion to all the County Surveyors. Von util lake sttelt measures as you may deem proper to circulate this (act, in order Ihtc these interested may avail themselves el the henelit ol a law which favors those win own unpatented lands very much. , i hero is no appropriation mado In defray Ihe expenses ol publishing this notice tit tin , dtiiereot counties, or else I should have ta ken that meiliud of giving notice in the riow.- I Very rmpeetluly yours, . .V!' Sitrivuor (ten. , ' 'The county Survevor has a list of the unpatented lands witiiin tlio county of Col , timhia. July id, I?5L—St. Ml 3 w Ca h ill i a c; MANUFACTORYf THOUSANDS ILTVR. GONE TO CAT. FOItNIA, but the business of Coaoh nnd Wagon making will be continued by tie? tub seriber at tlio old stand on Market streot H will promptly attend to ail orders for work in | his lute o! business, and is always roady, a? i short tioue'V to mvnh-ii Wagons, Coaches Carriages, Burgle, bleds and Sleighs of any stylo ; bill always ol' the best materials, anil made in tlio most substantial manner. lie will give his personal attention to the business, and employ none but good work men. Repairing will bo attended to with care, and upon the most rctwpunble terms. Ho proposes to servo his customers to suoit work- as xvill secure for him a continuance e their patronage, and from all xvho need arti elos in his line of business. He asks only a rial of his work to insure satisfaction. JONATHAN MOSTELLEIL (treat Inducements. The ball is fairly opened, tho cammaign is commenced and as it is important to lime Democratic doctrines and principles widely circulated nttp fairly understood, wo oli'e? Lite following inducements for subscribing to the Stnr of the North , from the first of July, when tho cheap postage law will go into op oration, until the election ttt October next • One Copy, 50 c ts Five copies, $2 00 Eight " 3 on Ten " 3jo Twenty " 0 on fx?* To bo in nil eases accompanied by the cash. \\ e hope our Democratic friends will lake hold of this matter, and send us a lew names—each of yon. to out wiiio rntrNDs We will send the Shir at the above rates, j to be paid when W.m. Biolkii is elected Gov ! ernor! Send on ycur orders. GIVE 'EM FITS!! Peter 8. Lcidy Can mamifnctnro just as noat and fnshlonn ble a suit of clothing as any other tailor ir. theso diggitts. As a suntplo of his work m.utship, ho refers you to tho HOST FITTING CO-XT To bo found in the town, which is quite eer tain to have come from his shop. Ho regularly receives the latest city fiA.li ions, and from his experience in the hu ttess can ensure satisfaction in his work. He has also on hand an assortment <>f CLOTH, CASSIMERF.S, & TRIMMINGS, At the lowest prices, from-which he will make up to order coats, prints, or vests of utty desirable style. Cxrllis shoo is on tho North side of Main Street, a low doors above the Court-house, Bloom.-,burg, Feb. 14, 1850. To CUo I'ublic. El ROM tho lirs? day of July, 1631, tlin pos tage oa tho JXii/u Jmertcnn Telegraph, Washington city, l>. (J., will ho per quarter in advance, ns follows ; Fifty miles or under, V 5 cents ; over fi'ty u.ul not throe huruireil'. 50 cents ; over three hundred and not ex needing one thousand, 75 cents, &o. Any person wishing to bo served for three months after the above dale, need only to pay his quarter's postage anil send us n gold dollar mid a silver quarter in a small letter—pos luge paid, of course , or fivo dollars foi a year. The Telegraph is independent in poll ties, polite, moral, agreeable, and familiar, prompt in liirinshing the news, and a terror io all evil itoer:*. Novels, School n. cko, Blank Books, Ledgers, Day books r.nd Journals, Gift hooke. Kuepsnkee hee., or sale at the liloamsbutg Book tu by T-eph :-w W