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BLOOMS BURG: Thursday, September 25, 1851. T=8 R BENJAMIN P. FORTNER of Franklin township, Montour county, declines being a candidate for Representative at the coming election. democratic Meetings. lIIGLER ANl> OFMOCRACY. WEDNESUAY, October Ist at the Election- House, (Abraham Kline's) in Fishingcreek township, at 3 o'clock P.M.—and at the School-house 'near Benton, in Benton town ship in (he evening. THURSDAY October 2nd, at Rohrsburg at ~2 o'clock P. M.—and at School House, at -Jersestown, in the evening. FRIDAY Oct-3d ;at the School House near F. Milhsr's tavern, in Mount pleasant, at 3 o'clock P. M. and at School House in Or ongevlllein the evening. SATURDAY Oct. 4th ; at Court House in Blowttsburg, in the evening. 'MONDAY Oct. 6lh; at Buck Horn at 2 o'- clock P. M. and at Cattawissa Jn the eve ning. TUESDAY Oct. 7th ; at David Yeager Inn in Roaring Creek at 3 o'clock P. M. and at Kernsville in the evening. WEDNESDAY Oct Bth at Hughes' School House in Roaringcreek (Columbia Co ) at 2 P. M. and at Public House of Isaac Yetter in Mainsville, Maine tp. in the evening. THURBDAV Oct. 9th at C. Shumans in Bea vertp.at2 P.M. and at Public House of John Keller Jr. in Mifflnville in tne evening. The foregoing meetings will be addressed by Mr. Buckalew; Mr. Jackson, and others. K2F Hon. George W. Woodward addres sed the Democrats of Philadelphia on last Tuesday evening. ty Major Allen has been apnoiuled Post Master at Huntsville Post Office, Luzerne county, in the place of S. B. Sutton. Cu r Babies are nice little things when gor.d, and it is well known that everybody's baby is the best baby in the world. 157" Digbv thinks a young girl marrying an old miser is a striking example of cupid i<Y- ty The Democratic Ticket can be had for distribution at this office. Coal Wanted. WE wish somebody would send us some coal on subscription. MARRIED. "By "1 -hii-tirr. Esq., on thn 4!h day of September, Mr. MILTON E. COX, to Miss AAIOAI.F. JONES, all of Greenwood township, Columbia county. ~~ I>ICD. ' In Montour township on iast Sunday Mor ning, Mr. PETER BLECIIER aged about 35 years. In Madison township, September 7th, JOHN WILLITS, son of John and Lydia Ke:- ner, vged 3 years 10 rno. and 20 days. In Madison township, September 12th, Mrs. SUSANNA IIELLER, in her 81st year. To tbe Voters of Columbia County. FTLLOW CITIZENS : From numerous solicita tions I am induced to offer mvsolf as a Can didate for the oflicO of PROTHONOTAUY ■of the county of Columbia at the coining election, and respectfully ask the suffrages of all who are opposed to this election of ono man for the same office during his nat ural life-lime. If Elected I shall endeavor to discharge the duties of said office with honor and credit to myself and to the entire satisfaction of all the citizens of the Conuty. A. W. KLINE. Fishing Creek, Sept. 22nd, 1851. Heading ft. K. Passenger Trains DELPHI A AND READING RAILROAD COMPA NY.—Philadelphia, Aug. 30, 1851.—FALL ARRANGEMENT./irc rcducedirom Philada. to Pottsville. Two Passenger Trains daily (Sundays excepted.) On and after Sept. 1, 1851, two trains will be run each way, dai ly, between Philadelphia and Poltsvilla. MORNING LINE leaves Philadelphia at 7i o clock, A. M., *aily, except Sundays. Leaves l'o'.tsville at o'clock, A. M., daily, except Sundays. AFTERNOON LINE Philadelphia at 3 o'clock, daily, .exc'pi Sundays. leaves Pottsville at 3j daily, except Sundays. LiP ikx EE, 02 S3 , Between Philadelphia and Pottsville $2,75 Ist class cars and $2.25 2d class cars. Between Philadelphia and Reading 81,75 Ist class cars nnfi 1,45 2d class cars. Depot in Phila'delphia corner of ilroad and Vine streets. i Pa>sc:igers canqet enter the cars unless provided with a tiwet, Fifty pounds of baggage will be allowed to each passenger in these lines, and pas sengers are ejtpjessly prohibited from taking anything as baggage but their own wearing apparel, which will be at the risk of its own er. By order of the Board of Managers. S. BRADFORD Secretary. Aug. 30, 1851 If. LDnpfigjpaacSlcß. ££>udQ.cs:_r i 2 a I rTIHE uniformed Companies be- JU J- longing to the first Brigade Ml 9th Division P. V., are notified to meet in Rattafiion at Light Street on E9l SATL'RDAY the 18th day of OC ■ rW TOBER, at 10 o'clock A. M. with ill arms and accoutrainents in good UJ order for Parade and Drill. JL N. B.—An Election will be held in the aftsrnoon of the said day, at the Pub lic House of Peter Shng, for One Lieutenant Colonel. One Major. i One Brigade Inspector, for the said Bat tallion, M. MCDOWELL, Brxg'd. Gen'l. 1 Brig. 9 Div. P. V. BHICADIKR GENERAL'S Orrrcc, ) Light Stree 1 , Sept. 25, 'sl. j To the Independent Voters of Col umbia County. FELLOW CITIZENS : I have been solicited to bo a candidate for the office of ASSOCIATE JUDGE of Columbia county, and now sub mit to you of all parlies my claims and qualifications among the other gentlemen named for that position. GEORGE H. WILIJT?. Montour tp., Sept. 11, 1851. TO THE FREE ELECTORS OF COLUM BIA COUNTY. FELLOW CITIZF.NS: I offer my claims and qual ifications for tho office of ASSOCIATE JUDGE of Columbin County to your con sideration. and respectfully ask your snflra ges. If elected I will endeavor to discharge the duties of the office with impartiality, and to act justly to all men. ISAAC DEWITT. Greenwood township, Sept 17th, 1851. TO THE FREE ELECTORS OF COLUM BIA COUNNY. FELLOW CITIRKNS . I respectfully solicit your votes for the office of COUNTY COMMIS SIONF.R, and if, elected 1 will endeavor to discharge my duties with fairness and hon esty for the best interest of all tho tax-pay ers of the county. JACOB HAGENBUCH. Centre township, Sept. 16th, 1851. TO THE INDEPENDENT ELECTORS OF COLUMBIA COUNTY, FBJ.LOW CITIZENS:— 1 respectfully solicit your votes at the enming election for tho office of REGISTER AND RECORDER of Columbia county, and, if by your suffrages I shall be thought competent and deserving the -offiee 1 I will discharge its duties with attention to the interests and wishes of the people. DANIEL LEE. Bloomsburg, Sept. 17th, 1851. TO THE FREE ELECTORS OF COLUM BIA COUNTY. FEILOW CITIZENS:— Solicited to ho n candidate for the office of COUNTY TREASURER, by many who do not regard the nomina tions of the late county convention as bind ing. I respectly ask your voles for that of fiee, and if electe I will endeavor to dis charge tho duties with correctness and safe ty to the tax-payers. JOHN SCHMICK. Cattawissa, Sept. lGth, 1851. Te the Electors of Columbia County. FELLOW CITIZENS:— A', llm solicitation of my friends lam induced to lie a candidate this fall for ASSOCIATE JUDGE of Colum bia county, and respectfully solicit your suff rages. If elected, I will discharge the du ties of that office with fidelity and imparti ality. JOHN COVANIIOVEN. Orangeville, August 30th 1851. To Itic Independent Eicrtors of Columbia County. FELLOW CITIZENS : We propose CHARLES | KAIILEU Esq., of Bloomsburg ns a suitable person for tku oflk-a of BROTUONOTARY of Columbia counlv. lie is competent, and being able to speak both German, and Eng lish. we believe him fitted for the office and well deserving it. He consented to be a candidate, and will be supported by. MANY VOTERS ALEXANDER HUGHES, Of Centre township will be an independent eai.didate this fall before the people of Co lumbia Comity for the office of COUNTY | COMMISSIONER, and respectfully solicits I the suffrages of his fellow citizens. IF tVe aro authorised to say that WIL LIAM ROBISON of Bloomsburg, will be a i candidate fur Associate Judge of Columbia j county. Administrators' Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that leltars of | administration upon the estate of Sam- ' uel Schrock, late of Hemlock township j Columbia county, deceased, have been granted to the subscriber residing in Buck horn, Columbia county. All persons jknow ing themselves indebted to the said estate are requested to make immediate payment ar.d those having accounts against the es tate to present them to „ JACOB HARRIS, Administrator. Buekhorn, August 30th 1851-61. Executor's Notice. #• NOTICE is hereby given that letters tes tamentary upon the estate of Corne lius Ritlerihouse late of Bsaver township, Columbia county, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned, residing in the said township of Beaver. All persons know ing themselves indebted to the said estate, are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and those bavin* ac counts against the decedent to present them to MICHAEL RITTENHOUSE, JOSIAH RITTENHOUSE, I'ETER RITTENHOUSE. Exca'tors. Beaver Township, Sept. 16, 1851.-6t ~ HATS AND CAPS. THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and customers, that ho has just re ceived from the city, a large and select as sortment of FASHIONABLE jj flats and Caps, of P/JRABLE MAKE AND IMPROVED STVLIJ which he offers for cash sales very cheap, at his old 6?and, on Main Street, sec ond door South of it\£ i OUBe - He continues lo maill I ' a " ture Hals to order as usual. THOMAS WILLi'TS- Bloomsburg, Nov. 15, 1849. Fancy Chairs. BENJAMIN HAGENBUCH has iust re ceived from Philadelphia a new lot of FAN CY CHAIRS, of Birch and Mahogany cunl, and of the most fashionable style, which he will sell at tho lowest prices for good pay. Bloomsburg, May 16th, 1850. ANEW H Sm OF JEWELRY, KEYS, GLASSES, DIA MONDS for patent levers, detached levers and lepinee just received and opened by HENRY ZUPPINGER. Bloomsburg, September 1, 1851. It. W • WEAVER, AWOSOTY-AT-kAW BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA OFFICE—On the Ea it side of Main Street. three squares below Market. IPBOOI.AMAS'IOH'o m>Si CIENERAL ELECTION IN pursuance of an act of the General As sembly of the Commonwealth of Peon sylvania, B, PETER BHXMVBR, High Sheriff ol the county of Columbia, in I said Commonwealth, do Hereby give notice to the Electors of the county aforesaid, that a General Ejection will be held in said coun ty of Columbia, on the'SBCOND TUESDAY OF OCTOBER next, (it being the 14th day of the said month,) at wnich tho STATE anil COUNTY OFFICERS, as follows, are to be elect ed, to wit: One person for Governor of the Slate of Pennsylvania. One person for Canal Commissioner of the State of Pennsylvania. Five persons for Judges of the Supremo Court of Pennsylvania. One person for President Judge of the 11th Judicial district of the State of Pennsylva nia. Two persons for Associate Judges of the several Courts of Columbia County. One person for Member of the House of Representatives of the State of Pennsylvania, for Columbia and Montour counties. One person" for Prolbonotary, Clerk of the Oyer and Terminer, Orphans' Court, and Quarter Sessions of Columbia county. One person for Register of Wills and Re corder of Deeds of Columbia county. One person for County Treasurer. One person for County Commissioner, to serve three years. One person for County Commissioner to serve one year. One person for County Auditor. I also hereby make known and give no tice that the places of holding the General Election in the several election districts and townships of Columbia County are as fol lows : viz. Benton township at the house of Ezekiel Colo. Beaver township at the house of Charles Michael. Bloom township at the Court-jouse in Bloomsburg. Briarcreek township at the tow.i house in Berwick. Cattawissa township at the house of Sta cy Mnrgcrum in Cattawissa. Centre township at the house of John Hess. Fishingcreek towrship at the house of Abraham Kline. Greenwood township at the House of Jo seph Patloit. Hemlock township at the Buekhorn. Jackson township at the house of Joshua Savage. MitHin township at the house of John Kel ler. Madison township at the houso of Jacob W. Warner. Mountpleasant township at the house of Frederick Miller. Montour township at the house of Samuel Lazarus. Maino township at the house ol Isaac Yet ter. Roaringcreek township at the house of Daniel Yenger in Slabtown. Orange township at the hgpse of Richard Brewer in Orangevitlo. Sugarloaf township at the house of Linas Cole. The general election to be opeued between the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock in the fore noon, and shall continue without interrup tion or adjournment until 7 o'clock in the evening, when the polls shall be closed. In pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania, entitled "An Act relating to the elections of this Commonwealth, ' passed the second day of July A. D. 1839, notice is hereby given : "That no person shall be permitted to , vote at any election as aforesaid, other than a white Iree man of the age of twenty-one years'or more, who shall have resided with in the Stale at least one year, and in the election district where he offers to vote at least ten days immediately preceeding such election, and within '.wo years paid a state or county tax, which shall liave been asses sed at least ten days before the election. But a citizen ol the United States, who had been previously a qualified voter of this stae, and removed therefrom and returned, and who shall have resided in the election district, and paid lax as aforesaid, shall be entitled to a vote after residing in this State six mouths : provided, 'hat the wliito Ireeman citizens of the United Stales, between the ages of twen ty-one and twerly two years, and having re sided in this state one year, and in the elec tion district ten days aforesaid, shall be en titled to vote, although they shall not have paid taxes. ''No parson shall be permitted to vols whose name is not contained in the list of taxable inhabitants tnrnished by the Com missioners as aferesaid unless first he pro duces a receipt fot the payment within two years, of a state or county tax assessed agreeably to the constitution and give satis factory evidence, either in his own oath, or affirmation of another, that he has paid such a tax, or on failure to produce a receipt, shall make oath to the payment thereof; or. second, if he claims a right to vote by being an elector between the ag9 of twenty-one and twenty-two years, he shall depose, on oath or affirmation, that he has resided in the state at least ono year next before Ins ap plication, and make such nroof of residence in his district as is required by this net, and that he does verily believe from the account given him that he is of the age aforesaid, and give such other evidence as is required by this act whereupon the name of the per son so admitted to vole shall be inserted in the alphebetical list by the inspectors, and a note made opposite thereto by writing the word ''tax" if he shall be admitted to vote by reason of having paid a tax, or the word "age," if he shall be admitted to vote on ac count of his age, and in either case the rea son ef suoh vote shall be called out to the clerks, who shall mark it in the list of voters kept by them. "In cases where the narre of the per son claimii;"' f° * ol ° '* nol found on the list furnished by "the od.mtnisaioner* and assess ors, ofiiis right to vote, wn?"her found there on or not, is objected to by any qualified cit izens, it sht 11 bo the duty of the inspectors, to examine such person on oath as to his qualifications, and if he claims to have resi ded within the state for one year or more, his oath shall be sufficient proof thereof, but he shall make proof by at least one compe tent witness, tvno shall he a qualified elect or, that ho has resided within the district for more than ten days next immediately pro ceeding said election, and shall also himself sweur that his bona lidd residence, in pursu ance of his lawrul calling, is within the dis trict and that he did not remove in the said district for the purpose of voting therein. ''Every person qualified us aforesaid, and who shall make due proof if required, of rosidence and payment of faxes, as afore said, shall be permitted to vote in the town ship, ward, or district in which he shall re side. "If any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent any offieer of an election under this net from holding such election, or use or threaten any violence to any such officer or shall interrupt or improperly interfere with him in the execution of his duty, or shull block up or attempt to block the window or avenue to any window where the fame may be holden, or shall riotously disturb the peace at such election cn shall uso or prac tice any intimidation, threats, force or vio lence, with design to influence unduly over awe any elector, or to prevent him Irem vo ting, or to restrain the freedom of choice, such person on conviction shall he fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dol lars and be imprisoned for any time not less that one or more than twelve months. And if it shall be shown to tho court where the trial of such offence shall bo had that the person so offending was not a resident of the city, ward, district, or township, where the said offence was committed and not entitled to a vote therein, then on conviction, ho shall he son (cn veil to pay a fine of not less than one hundred dollars, and be imprisoned not less than six months nor more than two years. "If any person or persons shall make any bet or wager upon the result of any election within this Commonwealth, or shall offer to make anyfuch bet or wager, cither by ver bal proclamation thereof, or by any written or printed advertisement, challenge) oi invite any person or persons to make such bet or wager, upon co iviction thereof he or they shall lorleit and pay three limes the amount so bet or offered to be bet." I also make known and give notice as in and by the 13th section of the aforesaid act lam directed, "that every person except justice of the peace, who shall hold any of fice or appointment of profit or trust under the lluited States, or of this Stale, or of any city or incorporated district, whether a com missioned officer or otherwise, a enbordi nate officer or agent, who is, or shall be em ployed under the legislative, judiciary, or ex ecutive department of this State or United Stales, or any city or incorporated district; and also, that every member of Congress, and of the State Legislature, and of tho se lect or common council of any city, or com missioners of any incorporated district, is by law incapable of holding or exercising at the same lime, tho office or appointment of Judge, Inspector, or Clerk of any election of this Commonwealth, and that no Inspector or Judge or any other officers of any such election, shall be eligible to any office then to be voted for." And by the same act of Assembly it is al so made "the duty of every Mayor, Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Alderman, Justice of the Peace, Constable or Deputy Constable, of every city, county, township or district with in this Commonwealth, whenever called up on by an officer of an election, or by threo qualified electors thereof, to clear any win dow or avenue to any window of the place of General Election, which shall be obstruct ed in such a way as to prevent voters from approaching the same ; and it shall be the duly of the respective Constable of such ward, district or township, within this Com monwealth, to be present in person or by deputy, at the place of holding such Elec tions, lu suoi) ward, district or township, for the purpose of preserving the peace as afore said." Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 76th section of the act aforesaid, the Judges of the aforesaid district shall respectively lake charge of the certificate or return of the election of their respective districts, and produce them at a meeting of one Judge from each distiiot of Columbia eointy, at | (lie Court House in Bloomsburg, on the third day after the election being tbe present year on Friday the 17; li ilay ol October next, then and there to do a I'd perform the duties required by law of said Judges. Also, llial where a Judge by sickness or unavoidable accident is unable to attend said meeting of Judges, then tho ceriiffiotate or rolurn afore said shall be taken charge of by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of tho election of said district, who shall do and perform the duties required of said Judges unable to attend. The Return Judges of the Representative District composed of the counties of Colum bia arid Montour, will meet at the Court House in Bloomsburg, on Tuesday the 21st of October next, to perform those duties en joined by law upon the said Judges. 13?" The return judges of this Judicial District will meet at tho Court house in Bloomsburg on Tuesday the 21st day of Oc tober to discharge the duties required of j them by law. Given under my band at the Sheriff's of fice in Bloomsburg this 4th day of Septem ber 1851 God live the Commonwealth PETER BILLMYER Sheriff REAL ESTATE AT ua.es> esaia.® 3 rjtVVO valuable farms will be offered lor JL sale upon the premises at the residence ol the late Leonard Lazarus in Montour tp., Columbia county on Saturday the lltli day of | October 1851. I The tracts will be offered for sale sepa rately or together, as may suit purchasers. | The one contains 115 Acres nndß2 perches of goou land, which is all cleared except ! some 30 actes, and is in a good slate of cul j tivation. Upon this is a |||||g FARM HOUSE ! A Barn, two apple orchards, a spring ■ house, other outbuildings, ami a good Spring lof Water near the house. The land con tains a large body of ! And a good bed of LIMESTONE, j The otlior tract adjoins this and has been a part of the same farm. It contains 124 Acres and 102 perches, of which about 30 Acres are Woodland. The remainder is I well improved, and there are upon the prem i ises A HOUSE AND STABLE and a WELL OK WATER near the door. iy Sale to commence at 10 o'clock of I the said day, when attendance will bo giv -1 eu and terms made known by EMANUEL LAZARUS, Adms'tr.with the mil annexed. Orangeville, September 10, 1851. JPWIBI&iEO SA&iIE @1? IN persuar.ee of an order of the Orphans' Court of Columbia county, on Saturday the 18th day of October next, at 10 o'clock |in the forenoon, Luther A. Gatrflaii and j Clemuel M'Henry Adm's. &c., of Daniel M'Henry late ol Fishingrreek township, in \ said county, deceased will expose to sale by | Public Vendue, spoil the premises, a certain \ tract ot lOOACRES £S9E| is! WOODLAND JiL ' In Fishing-Creek township Columbia coun j ty, adjoining lnnil of J. Deiiner M'Henry, ! Moses M'Henry, Joseph Fullmer and Philip Appleman. Late the Estate of saul deceased, situate ! in the township of Fisbingcreek and county i aforesaid. JACOB EYERLY, Clerk. j Bloomsburg, Sept. 11, 1861.—ts © nis ©waA m 0 SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE OF PA. ) June 30, 1851. j SOLOMON NEYHARD, Esquire, Surveyor of tho County of Columbia : Slß:—The act passed the tenth day of j April, 1835, authorizing tho graduation and initiation of the unpatented lands in this Commonwealth, by the Commissioners of the several counties, and which has been extended trom time to time by supplomen ary acts, expttes on the tenth day of De cember, 1851 (see Pamphlet Laws, 1819. page 38.) after which lime no abatement of any interest can be made on tho purebase money duo on such lands. I have, there fore conceived it to bo my duty to give this notice to all the County Survoyors. You will take such moasures as you may deem | proper to circulate this fact, in order that those interested may avail themselves ol the benefit of a law which favors those who own unpatented lands very much. There is no appropriation made to defray the expenses of publishing this notice in the different counties, or else I should have ta ken that method of giving notice in tho news papers. Very respectfuly yours, J POUTER BRAWLEY, Surveyor Gen. Git' The county Surveyor has a list of the unpatented lands within the county of Col umbia. July 26, X851.—3t. NEW CARRIAGE MAN^^^TORY! THOUSANDS HAVE GONE TO CAL FORNIA, but the business of Coach and Wagon making will bo continued by the sub scriber at the old stand on Market street. He will promptly attend to nil 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 tho best materials, and made in the most substantial manner. He will give his persoual attention to the business, and employ none but good work men. Repairing will be attended to with care, and upon the most reasonable terms.— Ho 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 HOSTELLER. GIVE 'EM FITS! I Peter S. Leidy Can manufacture just as neat and fashiona ble a suit of clothing as any other tailor ir these diggins. As a sample of his work manship, ho refers you to the BEST FITTING COXT To be found in the town, which is quite cer tain to have come from his shop. He regularly receives the latest city fash ions, and from his experience in the busi ness can ensure satisfaction in his work. He lias also on hand an assortment of CLOTH, CASSIMERES, & TRIMMINGS, At the lowest prices, from which he will make up to order coatf, pants, or vests of any desirable style. hoi> is on the North side of Main Street, a few doors above the Court-house. Biootnsburg, Feb. 14, 1850. = CASES' NEW SADDLER SHOP. The subscriber announces to the pubile that he has just opened 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 the lowest pricos. Those who wish work in his line will do well to give him a call. ISTHides, country produce, and even gold dollars will be taken in payment for work. YV.M'K. THORNTON. Bloomsburg, May 15, 1849. BLOOMSBUItG ACADEMY. A HIGH SCHOOL For Young Ladies nntl Gentlemen. J. E. BRADLEY, Principal. A sufficient number of competent Assis tants will at all times bo employed. Tho ensuing Ml Session will commence on MONDAY the Ist day of September next, and will continue 16 weeks. TERMS. Tho academic year consists of 44 weeks. The price of tuition per quarter is as fol lows : For Reading, Penmanship, Grammar, A ithnrictic, Book-Keoping by single entry, Geography, History of the IJ. S. S3 25 For same, and Algebra, Geometry, Sur veying, Mensuration, Bo >k Keeping by dou ble entry, General History, Natural History, Physiology, Philosophy, other English bran ches, and drawing. S4 50 For Latin, Greek, German & French, 5 75 ty Good boarding can be obtained in pri vate families at from $1 50 to $2 00 per week. REFERENCES.—CoI. Joseph Paxton, Hon. Stephen Baldy, Hon. Geo. Mack, Michael Brobst, Esq., John M'Reynolds, Esq., ar.d the Citizens of Bloomsburg. Bloomsburg, Aug. 12, 1851. H."Cr. HOW3R, Respectfully offers his professional service to lire Indies and gentlemen of Blooms burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend to all tho various operations in DENTISTRY and is provided with the latest improved porcelain teeth, which will be inserted on GOLD PLATE from one to an entire set. OFFICE —NEAR THE ACADEMY Bloomsburg, April 30 1851 Monoiigahela Whiskey* rillie subscribers are in constant receipt and ■* consignment of OLD MONONOAHELA WIIIS KF.Y from Pittsburg, of various grades, which they offer for sale in lots to suit purchasers— recommending it as being pure, unadullura ted Rye. A Superior article of Cherry Brandy con stantly on hand. ALSO Hams, Lard, Cheese, &c. ECKY & WATKIN, No. 13 South Water St., Philadelphia. Aug. 24th 1851.—3 m. WINDSOR AND COMMON CHAIR made to order of any desirable style at th chair manufactory of B.HAGENBUCH Bloomotmrg, hjay 16th 1850.. Philadelphia & Reading Rail Road. REDUCTION of frieght on Merchandize, lo commence March J, 1851. RATES OF FREIGHT PER 100 LBS. Between Pottsvillc anil Philadelphia. AnTicr.Es TRANSUDM-ED.— lsf Class.—Bi tuminous Coal, Bricks, Ice, Iron Ore, Lime stone, Pig Iron, Plaßter, Slate, Tiles, 9 cts. 2d Class. —Blooms, Burr Block*, Cement, Grindstones, Guano, Laths, Pilch, Railroad Iron, heavy, Rosin, Salt, Sills, Shingles, Tar, Turpentine, Timber and Lumber, 10 cts. 3 rd Class. —Ale, Beer, and Porter, Ashes, Pot & Pearl, Bark, Barley, Bones & Horns, Coffee, Cotton, Whiskey, & Domestic Li quors, Grain, Iron Castings, rough; Rolled, Bar or Ifarnmoted Iron, Boiler Plates, Flat Bar Rail Road Iron, Lead nnd Shot, Mo lasses, Potatoes, Nails & Spikes, Salt Provi sione, Sugar. Saltpetre, and Tobacco, un manufactured, 12$ cts. Flour per barrel, 25 cts. •1 th Class —Apples, Bran, Butler, Cheese, Cordage, Earthen Ware, Eggs, Grocer is (except those stated) Hemp, Hardware, and Cutlery, Hollow vvaro , Lard, Leather, Live Stock, Manufactures of Iron, as Machinery ; Oil, Oysters, Paints, Raw Hides, Rags, Rus sia Sheet Iron, Seeds, Steel, Sweet Potatoes, Tallow, Vinegar and Wire, 17-ets. slh Class. —Books and Stationary, Boots & Shoes, Camphine, and Spirit Oil, China, Glass and tiueeriswa're, Cigars, Confectionery, Dry- Goods, Drugs, Fresh Fish, Meat & Fruit, Fo reign Liquors, Hops, Spirits of Turpentine Teas, Wines and Wool 22 cts. March 13, 1851. SliW IIH'OKTI IIS & JGftHGIIN. FREMIAN, HODGES k CO., 58 Liberty street, between llro tdway and Nas sau-street, near the Post UJJ'uc, New York. are receiving, by daily arrivals from * * Europe, our Fall and Winter assortment of rich fashionablo faucy silk and millinery goods. VVe respectfully invite all Cash Purchas ers thoroughly to examine our Stock and Prices, and as interest governs, we feel con fident our Goods and Prices will induce lliern to select from our establishment. Particular attention is devoted toMILLINERV GOODS, arid many of the articles are manufactured expressly to our order, and cannot he sur passed in beauty, stylo and cheapness. Beautiful Parts Ribbons, for Hat, Cap, Neck, nnd Belt. Satin and TafTeta Ribbons, of nil widths and colors. Silks, Satins, Velvets, nnd Uncut Velvets, for Hats. Feathers, American and French Artificial Flowers. Puffings, and Cap Trimmings. Dress Trimmings, large assortment. Embroideries, Capes, Collars, Uuder sleeves and Cuffs. Fine embroidered Reviere and Hemstitch. Cambric Handkerchiefs. Crapes, Lisses, Tarletons, Illusion and Cap Laces. Valenci§nes, Brussels, Thread, Silk, and Lisle thread Laoes. Kid, Silk, Sewing Silk, Lisle Thread, Merino Gloves and Milts. Figured and plain Swiss, Book, Bishop Lawn and Jaconet Muslins. English, French, American and Italian Straw Goods. Aug. 28, 1851-Gm. I.\ LIGHT STREET. PETER ENT Anr.onnces to the people ol Light Street, that he has just received and opened a splen ded lot of new and fashionable Spriug and Summer Goods, which he offers at rates that cannot fail to suit and please all who wish a good chance for cheap purchasers. He has every thing usually kept in a country store, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard ware, Queensware, Cedar Ware. Dress Goods nnd Fancy Goods, of styles to please all tasts, and at prices to suit all purses. Call and see before the be is gone Ct?* Country produce taken in pay, and cash not refused. Light Street, Apri sth, 1851. Spring cmb Summer goobs. All new and Cheap. AARON KLINE Tn vites the attention of the good people of -"-Bioomsburg to his stock of new and fash ionable spring and summer goods which he has just opened in the Brick Block third door above the Exchange Hotel in Bioomsburg, and which he will sell CHEAPER THAN THE CIIEPEST, He has an assortment of Dry Goads, Fancy Gootltt, READY MADE CLOTHING, And a full variety of dress goods for la dies and gentlemens" wear and fancy. ©@©l© 2ISAI£®AIIEr® Can bo made by purchasers who will call and examine his goods, for ho will sell, and sell 20 per cent, less than the goods can be bought elsewhere in town. Bioomsburg, April 23d, 1851. ITOVF.H'STN'K^MA NF FACTORY, REMOVED TO No, 144 Race Struct, (Between 4th & sth, opposite Crown St ) mn,iDrM'eiii, WHERE the Proprietor is enabled, by increased facilities, to supply the growing demand for HOVER'S INK. which its wide spread reputation has created. This Ink is now so well established in the good opinion and confidence ot the A merican Public, that it is scarcely necessary to say anything in its favor, and the manu facturer takes this opportunity to say that the confidence thus secured shall not be abused. In addition to the various kinds of Wri ting Ink, he also manufactures Adatnan'.xne Cement for mending Glass and China, as well as a superior Hair Dije; a trial only is ne cessary to insure its future use, and a Seal ing If 'ax, well adapted for Druggists and Bottlers, at a very low price, in large or small quantities. Orders addressed to JOSEPH E. HOVER, Manufacturer, No. 144 Race Street. Between 4th & sth, opposite Crown St., Philadelphia. Sept. 18, 1851.-3 m. The Housewife's Help and Husband's Joy ! THE GEll3l AN WASHING FLUID DOES away entirely- with that laborious task of rubbing the Clothes upon the washboard. It contains no ingredients what ever injurious to the finest fd>rk or the Jlcsli. The proprietors wish every one to give it u trial, and it it does not jarovo to bo as re commended, tho money, in every such case will be refunded. Full directions accompa ny each bottle. Retail price 124 Cents per Buttle, sufficient to do two ordinary washings. and saving tho Clothes more by not rubbing them than the cost of six bottles—besides removing stains of fruit, &c., if there be any, and the time and labor saved. Prepared only by 1. P. HOVT & CO. Philadelphia. J. K. EDGAR, Bioomsburg, Agent for Col umbia County. All orders received by him wholesale or retail, will be promptly attended to. VALUABLE BOOKS. JUST PUBLISHED AND FOB SALE BY JOHN S TAYLOR, Bookseller and Publisher, 143 NASSUA STREET, NEW-YORK. The following books will be sent by mail, free of postage, to any part of the United Slates, on the receipt of the money for the same, which may bo forwarded by mail, at the risk of the Publisher. THE SACRED MOUNTAINS, By Rev. J. T. 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Headley—l vol. 18mo., Illustrated, full cloth, 50 cts ; gilt edges, extra, 75 cts LETTERS FROM THE BACKWOODS AND THE ADRONIDACK. By Rev. J. T. Headley —1 vol. 12m0., full cloth, 50 els. BIOGRAPHY OF THE SAVIOUR AND HIS APOSTLES. With a portrait of each, en graved on steel. With an essay on the Character of the Apostles, by Rev. J. T. Deadly.—l vol- 12m0., 15 engravings, 81; gil edges, extra, 75 cts. THE BEAUTIES OF REV. J. T. HEADLEY. With his Lite.— 1 vol. 18mo., Illustrated, 50 cts; gilt edges, extra, 51,50. HEROINES OF SACRED HISTORY—By Mrs. Steele. Illustrated with splendid en gravings. 1 vol. Unto; new. enlarged and revised edition, 51; gilt edges, extra, $1 50. ' THEOPNEUSTY, OR THE PLENARY IN SPIRATION OF THE HOLY SCRIP TURES. By Professor Gaussen of Gene va. Translated by Rev. E. N. Kirk. A new and enlarged edition. 1 vol. 12m0., 410 pages, 51 SHANTY THE BLACKSMITH: A TALE or •OTHER TIMES.—By Mrs. Sherwood, F vol. ISmo.. Illustrated, 50 cts. LILY OK THE VALLEY. By Mrs. Sher irflod.— l'vol 18mo , Illustrated. 50 cts. THE SHORTER CATECHISM OF THE REV. ASSEMBLY OF DIVINES. With Proofs thereof out of the Scriptures, in words at lenth Per 100, S3. Extracts from opinions of the Press. Sacred Semes and Characters —By the Rev- J. T. Headley. This work may be very properly considered a companion to the " Sacred Mountains,' by ffie same author. Its object is lo illustrate and "render more life-like" the sacred writings. It is not the author's design to supersede the Bible. But his wish is excite a solicitude to obtain, and to become intimately acquainted and per fectly familiar with its history, doctrines and laws; to know its truth lo imbibe its spirit,- feel its power, and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize in some measure as it deserves, this treasure which is indeed be yond price. We predict for it a circulation far beyond any of the author's former works. [ The News, Jan. 7th. Rambles and Sketches —By Rev. J. T. Head ley. We have not for a long time sat down lo a book with more pleasing anticipations, or found those anticipations more hilly re alized, than in the perusal of the work be fore us, and we know it will be hailed with gratification by the many admirers of the talented author. His "Napoleon and his Marshals" was, perhaps, as popular and found nt least as many enthusiastic readers as any book that can be mentioned. We think the Rambles and Sketches are des tined to he as popular at least as any of his previously published works. There is not a dull chapter in the work, tilled as it is with "an infinite variety." The author has am ple room and verge enough for the employ ment of his fine talents to great advantage, and most successfully has he accomplished the task. The biographical sketch of the author is interesting and "well considered," and adds much to the value of the book, which is got up in a very neat and attractive style by the publisher.— See Portland Trans script, Pec. 15 th. Mr, Headley isonc of themost promising wri ters of this cnuiitiv, nnd wo have here one of bis liesl books—or.c on which ho ran safely rest his fume. It possesses the unfatiguing charms ol perfect simpli lily and truth. There is graceful trunkness pervading the composition, which en gages the interest of the reader in the author as well as in the subject. His rambles about Rome, I'uris and London exhibit a thousand tiaita of ao ingenuous naluie, upon which a man of taste will delight to linger. VVe predict for this a sale rq ial *.o that ot any of the author's works. [New York News. The collection is one of which no uuthor need he ashamed. It consists, indeed, of some of Mr. Hoadlcy's most brilliant and highly fin ished compositions of those specimens of his abilities by winch he may ho judged with the greatest safety to his fame as a word-painter and thinkei. [New York Tribune, N. B. Tlio nbovo books will ho forwarded to order at the prices mentioned, free of postage, to any part of the United Stales, on the receipt of ordeis, with the money. Money may be sent by mail at my risk. JOHN S. TAYLOR, Publisher, 143 Nassau st, New York. C. C MARR, Surgeon nnd Mechanical Dentist IC> KSPECTFULLY offers his professional ■ •'services to the Ladies and Gentleman of Orangevrlle and its vicinity. He is provided with the the latest improved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inserted on Pivot or Gold plate to look as well as the natural. The cavities of decayed teeth will be dressed out and filled with Gold of tho finest quality, which will prevent their further docay or aching, and render them useful- for many years in MOST cases during life. and other foreign substances, will be removed, ren dering the Teeth clean and the Gums and breath sweet and healthy. Teeth, end stumps of Teeth, which have become use less or troublesome, will be extracted with the latest and most approved instruments, in the careful and scientific manner, and with the least possible pain. Persons desi rous of procuring whole sets of Teoth would do well to give him a call, as much time, trouble, and expense might be saved by having their work done at homo. Iu short, he is prepared to attend to every thing in, the line of Dentistry, and his performances will be warranted to answer all the usefuh and ornamental purposes of the art. For references apply to his numerous cus tomers. P. S. Permanent residence, Orangeville Columbia County, Pa. 8