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SPLENDID OFFERS.
UNITED STATES JOURNAL,
N<* in il fifth volume, and having already
reached a circulation of over 80,000 —a
newt pa per of tin lafgeet cfaaa, containing
fifty-n* spacious columns, filled with the
currant news from all parte Of the world, a
large amount of litterary and BCientifio met*
tor, Rank Note List and Prioe Correct, and
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DIBTINGUISAED INDIVIDUALS, is pub
lished on the lirat of each month by J. M.
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New York, at the unprecedented low price
of twenty-five cents a year. A valuable
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ting up a club, and inaddition the following
rich premiums amoutttng to over
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Will, on the 25ih daF of May, 1855, be a
warded to the twenty-six persons forwarding
between now and that lime the twenty-six
highest numbers of subscribers in their or
der.
The first premium, in money 8200
The second premium, a sewing ma
chine worih 120
Tbo third premium, a sewing machine
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worth 100
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worth 50
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The next iwnnh, ea?h, such books as
they shall select at publishers' prices |
worth 10
THE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE,
Containing 32 large quarto pages, tinted co
vers, on fine paper, profusely .and elegantly
il|n*tra'ed, is published on the 15th ol each
month at the low price of one dollar a year.
A slpendid premium is sent to each person
gelling op a club, and in addition
$3,000
is to be awarded to the 289 persons Fending
the largest number of subscribers. For fur
ther paniculars see specimen copy of the
Magazine, which will he sent on receipt of
six cents, or specimen copy of the Journal,
which will be sent gratis to any one order
ing it. Address
J. M. EMERSON & Co.,
1, 3, 5, and 7 Spruce St.,
New York.
Notice to Collectors.
THE collectors of copnty taxes in Colum
bia county, holding unsettled duplicates
dated prior to 1854, are requested to settle
the same on or belora the 13ih day of Octo
ber next, as no longer indulgence can be
given. By order of the Commissioner*,
DANIEL I.F.E, Cle'K
COMMISR'S OFFICE, I
Bloomsbcrg, Sept. 13th, 1854. )
Election Proclamation
WHEREAS, by the laws of this Com
monwealth it is made "the duty of the
Sheriff of every county to give notice of the
general elections, by publication in one or
tnore newspapers of the county. at least
twenty dys before the eleciiou" and to enu
merate therein "the officers to he elected,"
and to "designate the place at which the e
lection is to be held"—-Therefore, I, JOHN
SNYDER, High Sheriff of Columbia county,
do hereby make known and proclaim to the <
qualified elector* of Columbia, tha! a GEN
ERAL ELECTION will be held throughout
said county, on TUESDAY, THE TENTH
DAY OF OCTOBER, being the second Tues
day in said month. at the several districts
wnhin the county to wit:
llenlon township at the house of Ezekiel
Cole.
Beaver '.ownsliip at the house of Christian
Sbuman.
Bl :om township at the Court-honse, in
Bloomiburg.
Briarcreek township ot the town house in
Berwick.
Cattawissa township at the house of Stacy
Margerutn in Cattawissa.
Centre township at the house of Jeremiah
Hestt rleceaied.
Fishingcreek township at the house of
Abraham Kline, now occupied by William
Long,
Greenwood township at the house of Jo
seph Patlon.
Hemlock township at the Ruckhrrrn.
Jackson township at the house ol Joshua
Savage.
Locust township at Ihe house of David
Reinbold.
Franklin township at the house of Benja
min Drum.
Mifflin township at the bouse of John
Keller.
Madison township at the house of Jacob
Welltver. now occupied by J. L. Hirst.
Mouutpleasam township at tire house of
Frederick Miller.
Montour township at the house of John
Richards now occupied by Jesse Hollius
liead.
Main township at the house of Isaao Fet
ter.
Roaringcreek township at the house of
Ceorge W. Dreisbacb.
Orange township at the house of Adam
Gearinger.
Pine township at ihe house of Albert Hun
ter.
Sugarloaf township at the house of Linas
Cole.
Scott township at the house of Henry
Trembly if. Espytowii. r
It is further directed that the election at
the said several districts shall be opened be
tween the hours of 8 and to o'clock in the
forenoon, and shall continue open without
interruption, or adjournment until 7 o'clock
in the evening when the polls shall be clo
sed.
The officers to be elected at Ihe time and
daces aforesaid, are
A GOVERNOR.
A CANAL COMMISSIONER.
AJUDGEOFTHESUPRKME COURT.
A MEMBER OF CONGRESS.
A MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY.
A PROTHONOTABY & CLERK OF THE
COURTS.
A REGISTER OF WILLS k RECOREER
OF DEEDS.
A COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
AN AUDITOR.
It ia further directed that the meeting of
the return judges, at the Court House in
Blootptburg to make out the general relnrna,
shall be on the first Friday succeeding the
general election, which will be the 13tb day
Af October.
The wtnrn judges of Columbia, Luzerne,
Montour and Wyoming,'enraprisnig the 12th
Congressional district will meet at the Court
House in Bloomaburg on Tuesday the 17lh
day of October next, to make out an official
leinm for Member of Congress.
The return judges of Columbia ar.d Mon
tour counties will meet at the Court House
in Btoomsburg on Tuesday the 17th day of
October next to make out returns lor Mem
bar of Assembly.
And is and by tha said act, I ana lurth
direowd to give notice "that every persee
excepting justices ef the peace, who sheti
hold any office or appointment of profit or
States, <>r of ibis State, or of any city or in
corporated district, whether a commissioned
officer or otherwise, a subordinate officer or
agent, who ia, or shall be employed under
Ihe legislative, or executive or judiciary de
partment of this State, or of any incorpora
ted district, and also that every member of
Congress, and of the select or common coun
cil of any city, commissioners of any In
corporated district, is by law incapable of
holding or exercising at ihe seme time IDs
office or appointment of Judge, inspector or
clerk of any election of this commonwealth,
and that na inspector, judge or any other
officer of any such election shall be eligible
13 any office then te be voted lur.
I am also instruoed by law to inser the
following copy o'f an Act, emitted : "An act
lor '.he suppression of the manufacture and
tale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage,"
in Ihe Proclamation for the General Election
to be beld on the second Tuesday of Outo
ber next.
"AN ACT
For the Suppression of the Shmificture and
Sale of intoxicating Liquors as a Beverage.
WHEREAS. All laws to be efficient should
have the approbation and sanction of the
people ;
And wieieas, It U represented that a large
number, if not a majority ol the citizens of
this commonwealth, are deeply impressed
with the necessity of the passage of a pro
hibitory liquor la\v ;
And wkeieas, It is impossible to obtain a
certain indication of popular sentiment rela
tive thereto by means of petitions and re
monstrances ; therefore,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by Ihe Senate
and House of Representatives of ihe com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, in General As
sembly met, and it is hereby enacted by au
thority of the same, That the qualified vo
ters of this Commonwealth are hereby au
thorized at the places for holding the gener
al elections in their respective wards, bor
oughs and townships, on the second Tues
day n< October next, In vote for and against
a law which shall entirely prohibit, by prop
er and Constitutional regulations and penal
ties, the manufacture and sale of intoxica
tion liquors except for medicinal, sacramen
tal, mecliauicat and artietical purposes.
_ SECTION 2. That the officers authorized
by law to hold elections in each ward, bor
ough and township ol this Commonwealth,
are hereby directed and required at the place
fixed by law, irt the several districts for the
holding of tbe general elections in said dis
tricts, on the second Tuesday of October
next, when they shall be organized as an e
leciiou board, to receive from each qualified
voter of their said districts, a ticket written
or printed on the outside, "Prohibitory Li
quor Law," and the tickets ir. favor of the
proposed law shall contain in the inside the
words, "For a Prohibitory Liquor Law," and
those opposed to the proposed law shall
contain in tha inside the words, "Against a
Prohibitory Liquor Law," which votes shall
be counted and returned to the court house
of the county or oily, in which the said elec
tion shall be held, on the following Friday,
by the return judges, who shall east up and
certify all ihe votes polled in the said coun
ty or city, to the office of the Secretary of
the Commonwealth, at Harrisburg, directed
and transmitted ill the same manner, the
votes for Governor are required to bo direct
ed and transmitted, and lite said Secretary
sliall, on the third Friday of January next,
ensuing, communicate (lie said returns to
the legislature, to be opened and counted in
tbe same manner; the votes for Governor
are-openSd and connted, and considered as
the praygrs of ihe voters of this Common
wealth relative to a prohibitory liquor law.
SECTION 3. That all the election laws of
the Stale prescribing the hours of opening
and closing the polls, the reception of votes,
the punishme- i for illegal voting, the .de
fraying the expenses ol publication, and
holding of Ihe general elections and return
ot the same, and all other matters incident
thereto, be and Ihe same are declared ap
plicable Jo the election above antnoriznd.
SECTION 4. That it shall be the duty of
the Sheriff of the several counties of this
Commonwealth, to insert a oopy of this act,
in ttie proclamation for the general election
to be held on the second Tuesday ol Octo
ber next. E. H. CHASE,
Speaker of H. of Rep.
M. M'CASLIN,
Speaker ol the Senate.
Approved the t-wenty eighth day of April,
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four.
WILLIAM BIGLER.
Given under my hand at my office in
Rloomsburg this 6th day of September A. D.
1854. JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff.
REPORT OF THE GRAND JURY AT
SEPTEMBER TERM 1894,
To the Honorable the Judes of the Court
of Quarter Sessions of the reaoe, ic and lor
the said County of Columbia.
The undersigned Grand Inquest of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, inquiring,
for the body ot the County of Columbia,
Rcspeefully Report,
That they have, pursucnt to
their required duty, calmly, and deliberate
ly, investigated all bills ol Indictment pre
sented for their consideration at this term,
and have passed upon litem accordingly
They have also made a thorough examina
tion of the Court House, Jail, and all other
Public Buildings and find them generally in
good repair.
And they also report, that they find a
large quantity ol publio paper in the Pro
thonotary office in an exposed condition, we
therefore recommend their immediate remo
val to tke fire Prool where there is sufficient
shelving put tip for their recepiien.
And they also further report, that it has
been staled to this Inquest, that the road
leading Iroin Bloomsburg to Berwick, in ihe
township of Centre, is in several places in
bad repair. Also, a publio road leading
from Aaron Kelchner's Smilh shop through
lands ol Gilbert Fowler, Paul Zaner, Wil
liam Hoffman and Andrew Frees to the Ger
man Churoh in Biiarcreek township, needs
immediate repairing, also aTownship Bridge
over the Canal on a public road leading
from Cenlreville in Centra township, to
Brown's Mill in Mtfflin township unsafe
and dangerous to oass, we therefore call the
attention of Ihe Supervisor of the above
township, to ihe same, and request them to
make the necessary repairs.
The Grand Jury further state that informa
tion has been laid before them, that the
road leading from Lime Ridge to the river
road in Cemre township is so out of repair
as to be almost impassable.
And they would also further report, that
they have been informed by respectable
persons that Ihe Inn-keepers of Jeraeytown,
ui Madison township, tetail spiritons liquors
to the neighbots and other* upon the Sab
bath day, thereby collecting noisy and disor
derly persons about their house* to the great
annoyance of all qniel and peaoeable citi
zens of the town and vioinage, we therefore
humbly beseech, tbent in particular, and ell
other good eitizens of Columbia county, to
obey tbe laws ol the land, and see that they
are faithfully exeeuled, for it is the corner
stone upon which the superstructure of ours,
the most noble institutions for Ihe govern
ment of the human family now rests, and
no doubt will continue to rest, if we only
provo true to God. our Country and our
selves. All of which ia respeotfolly submit
ted thii sixth day of Sep',umber A. l>. 1854.
JOHN FT A LEY, Foreman.
Read, approved and otdered 19 be pub
lished, September Bth, t-854.
Df Astlprtty.
RESOLUTION PROPOSING
AmeMdmrßti to the CmiU*
fallen of the Common
wealth.
SECTION 1. Reeolved by the Senate and
House of Repretentatives of ithe Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met,
That Ihe following amendments be and the
same are hereby proposed to the Constitu
tion of the Commonwealth, under and in
accordance with the provisions of the tenth
article thereof, to wit:
PROPOSITION 1, TO >r ARTICLE XI.
SECTION I. The aggregnle amoont or
dera hereafter contracted by the Common
wealth shall never exceed the sum ot five
hundred thousand dollars, except in case of
war to repel invasion, suppress insurrection,
or to redeem the public debt of Ihe Com
monwealth, and the money #o raised shall
be applied to the purpose for which the debt
may be contracted, or pay such debts, and
to no other purpose. .
SEC. 2. To pay the public debt of Ihe
Commonwealth and debts which may here
after he contracted in case ol war to repel
invasion, suppress insurrection and to re
deem the public debt, the Legislature ahall
at their next session after the adoption ol
this section into the Crmslilutoin, provide by
law for the oreation of a sinking fund, which
shall not be abolished till the said public
debts be wholly paid, to consist of all the
net annual income from the public works
and stock owned by fhe commonwealth, or
any other funds arismg under any revenue
law now existing or -that may ha hereafter
enacted, so far as the same may beteqnired
to pay the interest of said debts semi-annu
ally, and annually to reduce the principal
thereol by a sum not less than five hundred
thousand dollars, increased yearly by com
pounding at a rate of not less than five per
centum per annum ; the said sinking fund
shall be invested in the loans of the Com
monwealth, which shall be cancelled from ,
tirlle to lime in a manner to be provided by
law : no portion of Ihe sinking fund shall
ever be applied to the payment of the debt
of five hundred thousand dollars mentioned
in the first section of this article, but the
said sinking fund shall be applied only to
the putposes herein specified.
SEC. 3. The credit of the Common
wealth shall not :n any way be giv en or
loaned to or in aid of any individual, com
pauy, corporation or association, nor shall
the Commonwealth hereafter become a
joint owner or stockholder in any company,
association or corporation in the Common
wealth or elsewhere, formed f.ir any purpo
ses.
SEC. 4. The Commonwealth shall never
assume the debts of any county, city, bor
ough or township, or of auv corporation or
'association, unless auch debts shall have
been commoted In repel invasion, suppress
insurrection, ot to defend the Stale in wat.
PROPOSITION 2, TO BE ARTICLE XI.
Prohibiting Municipal Subscriptions.
The Legislature shall never authorize any
county, city, borough or township, by vote
of its citizens or oi herwise, to become a
stockholder in any joiuf company, associa
tion or corporation, or to raise money for, or
loan its credit tn. or in aid of any such oom
pany or association.
E. B CHASE,
Siieuker ol Ihe House of Representatives.
M. M CASLIN,
Speaker of Ihe Senate.
Ir. Senate, April 28, 1854.
Resolved, that this resolution pass. Yeas
22, naye 6.—Extract froinAhe Journal.
T. A. M/fGUIRE, Clerk.
In House of Representatives, April 21, 1854.
Resolved, That this resolution pass. Yeas
71, nays 20.—Extract from the Journal.
WM. JACK, Clerk.
SECRETARY'S OFFICE, J
Filed April 29.1854. j
C. A. BLACK,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
PENNSYLVANIA, SS.
SECRETARY'S OFFICE, J
Marrisburg, July 1, 1854, j
1 Ido certify that the above and
SEAL. > foregoing is a true and correct
—) copy ol the original "Resolution
relative to an amendment of the
Constitution," as ihe same re
mains on file in this office.
In testimony wheieol I have
hereunto set my hand and caus
ed to be affixed the seal of the
Secretary's office the day and
year above written
C. A. BLACK,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Journal of the Senate.
"Kesoiution No. 562, entitled 'Resolution
[ proposing amendments to the Constitution
'of the Commonwealth; was read a third
' time. On the question, will the Senate a
| gree to the first proposition, the yeas and
! nays were taken, agreeably to the Constitu
tion, and were as follows, viz:
YEAS—Messrs. lint-kalew, Darlington, Dar
sie, Furguson, Koulkrod, Friok, Fry, Good
win, Haldeman, Hamilton, B. D. Hamlin,
R. VV. Hamlin, Heister, Hoge, Jamison, Mo-
Clintook, McFarlaml, I'iatt, Quiggle, Sager,
Sliler, and McCaslin, Speaker—23.
NAYS—Messrs. Crabb, C res well, Hen
dricks, Kiuzer, Knnkle and Skinner—6.
So the question was determined in the af
firmative.
On the question, will the Senate agree to
the second proposition, Ihe yeas and najs
i were taken agteeably to the Constitution,
and were as follows, viz:
YEAS—Messrs. Buckalew, Darsie, Fergu
son. Foulkrod, Fry, Goodwin, Haldeman, B.
D. Hamlin. E. W. Hamlin, Hendricks, Heis
ter, Hoge, Jamison, Kinzer, McCliniock,
McFailand, I'iatt, Price, Quiggle, Slifer,
Wherry, McCaslin , peuker —22.
NAYS—Messrs. Crabb, Creswell, Darling
ton, Hamilton, Kunkle and Skinner—6.
So the question was determined in the af
firmative.
Journal of the Honse of Representatives.
"The question recurring upon the final
passage of the Resolutions, the first propo
sition was agreed to as follows, viz :
YEAS—Messrs, Abraham, Adams, Ather
ton, Ball, Bnrtor., Beyer, Bigham, Boyd,
Bush, Byerly, Caldwell, Calvin, Carlisle,
Chamberlin, Cook, Crane, Cnmmins, Dough
erty, Davis, De France, Dunning, Eckert,
Edinger, Eldred, Evans, Foster, Fry, Gallen
line, Gibboney, Gilmore, Gray, Groom,
Gwiu, Hamilton, Hart, Herr, Iliestand, Hith
er, Hippie, Horn, Hummel. Hunsucker,
Hunter, Hunt, Jackman, Kilgore, Knight,
Laury, (Lehigh,) Linn. Magse, Maguire,
Manderfield, M'Connall, M'Kee, Miller,
Monsghan, Montgomery Moore Moser Muse
Palmer Parka I'armlee, Patamore, Patterson,
Porter, Putney, Rawlins. Roberts, Rowe,
Sallade, Scott, Sidle, Simonton, Smith,
(Berks,) Lmith. (Crawford,) Stewart, Stock
dale, Strong, Struthers, Wheeler, Wicklein,
Wright, Zeigler, Chase, Speaker—Bb.
NAYS—None.
So the question was determined In the of-
Urinative.
On the question will the House agree to
the second proposition, the yeas and nays
were taken, agteeably to the provisione of
ihe 10th article of the constitution, and are
as follows :
YEAS—Messrs. Abraham, Atherton, Ball,
Barton, Beck, Beyer, Bigham, Boyd, Cald
well, x.avliale, Chamberlain, Cook, Crane,
Cummins, Daugheriv, Davie, Deegen, De
France, Dunning, Edinger, Eldretj, Evans,
Fry. Oallenline, Gibboney, Gilmore, Gray,
Hippie, nnnsecaer, Hunter. Hurtl,*acsman,
Kilgoie. Knigbt, Laary, (Lehigh.) Lowery,
(Tioga.) Linn, Magee, Maguire, Mander
field, M'Connell. M'Kee, Monoghan, Mont
gomery, Moore, Motor, Muse, Palmer,
Parke, Parrnlee, Passmore, Pattaraon, Por
ter, Rawlins. Roberta, Rowe, Ballade, Scott,
Bimonton, Smith, (Berks,) Smith, (Ciaw
furd,) Stnckdale, Wheeler, Waakleifi. Wright,
Chase, Speaker —ft. ~
NsTs—Messrs. Adams, Caldwio, Bean*,
Bush, Hyerly, Eckert, Ellis, Hart, Herr,
Horn, Hummel, M'COmbs Mdler, 'Pmilaon.
Putney, Sidle, Steward, Strong, Rtruihers
Zeigler—2o.
So the queition was determined in the af
firmative.
Srcßv.TAn v's Orvtcr, j
HARRISBURG, July 1, 1854. I
PENNSYLVANIA, SS.
J Ido certify that the above and
SCSI.. > foregoing,'is a true find correct
—) copy of the "vess" and "asra"
taken on the "Resolution rela
tive to an amendmen of (lis Con
stitution of the Commonwealth*
as the aame appears on th* Jour
nals of the two Houses of the
General Assembly, of this Com
monwealth for the Session of
1854.
Witness my hand and the Sesl
of said office thia first day of Ju
ly, one thousand eight hoQdred
and fifty-lour.
C. A. BLACK,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
July 18th, 1854—3 m.
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS.
JOHN 8. STERNER
BIAS returned from Philadelphia, with a
large and varied assortment of Spring
and Summer Goods, consisting in part of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
such as black and fancy Silks, black and
changeable Alpacas, Barege de Laiues.
Mous. de Bege, Bombazines, plain, figured
and changeable Poplins, Lawns, calicoes,
ginghams,'gloves, hosiery, &c.
GENTLEMEN'S' DRESS GOODS,
such as fine black and brown French cloths,
black Doeskin and fancy Cassimers, satin
and fancy Veslinos, black & Italian fancy
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves; &c.
HATS AND CAPS.
A large assortment of Men's and Boys'
hats and caps, embracing every style and
quality. Also, a large and varied assortment
ot Parasols nod Ribbons.
DOMESTICS. — Bleached ft wnbleaclted
Muslin, Cheoks, Tickings, Jeans, Drills, Ta
ble-diaper, Bagging, Toweling, Table-lin
ens. Ac.
BOOTS 4" SHOES —A farge assortment
of Men's, YVomen's & Children's Boots and
Shoe*, Jenny Lind & buskin Shoes at very
low prices.
Colored and white Carpet Chain.
GROCERIES. —A large assortment of
Groceries, such as Sugar, Coffee, Molasses,
Rice, Teas, &0., &c.
The attention of all who wish good bar
gians is solicited, for inducements to pur
chasers will be offered.
Bloomsburg, May 4th 1851.
THE POCKET ESCULAPIUS;
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.
®JUrE FIFTIETH
h un it re 4 >hig>avings.
showing Diseases and Mal
formations of the human
System in every shape an J
form. To which is added
a Treatise on the Diseases
of Femelee, being of the
highe-t importance to mar
ried people, or those con
templating manual. By
WILLIAM YOUNG, M. D.
J.et r.o father he ashamW ihe present a cop
yof the Aesculspius to his child. It may save
him from an early grave. J.et no young man or
woman enter into the secret obligations o: mar
ried life without reading the Porke Aesculapiue
Let no one suffer from e harknied Cough Pain
in the Side, restless nights, nervous feelings,
and the whole train of Despeptic sensations,
and given up by their physicians, be another
moment without consulting the AESCULA
PIUS. Have the married, or those about to lie
married any impediment, read this truly useful
book, as it has been the mesne of saving thou
sands of unfortunate crealuies from the very
jaws of death. -i .A
Any person sending twenty five cents, en
closed in a letter, will receive one copy of (bin
book, by mtil,or five copiee willhe sent for one
duller. Address, Dr. W. young, No. /52 Spruce
street, Philadelphia.' Post paid.
No 152 Mpruce 81., Philadelphia.
Sep. Ist, 1854-ly.
R. C. RIDGWAT k €O.
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS,
bin 104 South f-'rout street, f'hllu.
nnANDIES. LIQUORS.
(of different kinds.) Wine Bitters,
Dark and Pale, Stmighlou Rttler.e,
Oiard, Depny & Co.of Essence of Pepper
varioua Vintages, mint,
I'inet,Ca*tillion&Co. Wild Cherry Brandy,
of Yaiious Vintages, Raspberry Brandy,
Maglorey, do Blackberry do
Henriassy, do Lavender do
Rochella do Ginger do
HOLLAND GIN. Curacoa do
Swan Brand, Extract D'Ahsimbe.
Comet, do coaaiALs.
Fish, do Rosa Cordial,
Anchor Brand, Perfect Love, Cordial,
Sevdam, do Anniseed, do
WINKS. Lemon, do
Superior old Sherry Peppermint, do
Wine, wmaxxYs.
do do Madeira Wine Superior Old Mo non-
Port, of different gahela,
xinds, Rye Whiskey, from 1
Tenenffa Wine, to 16 years old,
Lisbon, do > Burbon Whiskey,
Malaga, do Irish do
Musculel, do Scotch do
Claret, do OKI Jamaica Spirit*,
Burgundy Pott, Old Peach Brandy,
Old Apple do
Aug. 17th, 1854. Cham, and Hock W.
ot variou* brands.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
NOTICE i* hereby given that letter* of
Adminiftration upon the estate of Da
vid Johnson, late of Mountpleasant town
ship. Columbia county, deceased, have been
granied to the undersigned, residing in
Mountpleasenl. All persons indebted to the
estate are reaueated to make immediate
payment, and those baling accounts, to pre
sent them for settlement to
JOHN JOHNSON,
Ailmmitlrator.
Mountpleasant, Sept. Sib, 1864-6t.
BHARPLEBS * MELICK,
MANUFACTURES AND DEALERS IN
STOVES, TINWARE ito.—Establish
ment on Main street, next building above
the Court house.
bCjaoaacH>ao. i_Eja*<uu-msi)6o a~ss UJIIW,
AT THE
CHEAP CLQTHING STORE.
In the Exchange Block next to Swartx'e Book Store, have on band a large and fall
assortment of
FROCK, DRESS, BOX, SACK, GUbt AND OIL CLOTH COATS,
of all sorts and sizes, that the present enligh'ened age knows any thing about. Of Pants
and Veata th ey hare every color ot the rainbow, beside* some black, bloe, grey, striped
and fancy ; Vest* of satin, silk, bufl, casimere, marseilles, linen and worsted of all fash
ionable pots and colors ; Working Pants and boys clothing: Also fine white, figured and
striped ahirta, Pocket and Neck Handkerchief*, Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle
man' dress good* ; Hat*, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrella* ; and
atm ass® admass
They have Undersleve*, Spenrera, Collars, Ripalelts, Gloves. Mitts, fed lea' bead-bag
Handkerchiefs, to., &c. Also Jewelry and Notion*, saoh as Rings, Breast pins, Gold and
Silver Pens end Pencils, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Porlmonies, Spectacles, Knives
Razors and a well selected assortment of Aocordeona.
HP" Remember the cheap etore in the "Exchange Block" op osite the Court house.
Bloomeborg, May 18th 1854. P S. DREIFUSB, & Co.
New Fall and Winter Clothing.
DA7ZD LOTTBSrBBRO
INVITES attention to hie stock of cheap and fashionale clothing at hie More on Market
street two doore above the ''American House," where he hoe a full assortment of men
and boy's wearing apparel, including
• "" IDIEISSS ©(fciiSPSa
Box, sack, frock, gum and oil cloth coat* of alt sorts and sizes, pjnts of all color*,shade
stripe* and figure, veet*, shirts, cravats, stock*, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspender
and fancy articles. .
N. B. He will also make to holer any article of clothing at very short nonce and in
the best manner. All hi* clothing is made to wear, and most of it is of home manufac
ture. •
Blnnmhnrg. May 16'h 1854-3 m.
EVANS & WATSON,
No. 26 Sooih Fourth street, have on hand
a large assortment ol PATKNT SALAMAN
DER KIKE and THIEF PROOF SAFES,
Rank Vaults and Iron Doors for Banks and
Stores.
BAI^IMOB^
Gentlemen:—We lake much pleasure in rec
ommending your KIKE PROOF SAFES to
merchan's and others, who may desire to
purchase, with a view to the preservation of
their Books and other valuables. Ihe Safe
we purchased of voir, tnd manufactured by
EVANS & WATSON, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
remained in the fire at the burning of onr
store until the entire stock was consumed,
the heat being intense, as you may suppose
as there were about seventy barrels of liquor
in thcstore, besides some seventy thousand
pounds of rags and ropes, and other articles
ol a highly combustible nature. We had
the Safe opened after the fire had ceased
and found our books and papers preserved in
perfect order. No. 116 Lighl street whatf.
Please send as another of your best Safes,
of the same size, for our future use, and o
blige
R. W. W. ISAAC,
No. 0! Eight street wharf, Baltimore
BILTIMOHE, Mo., May 17, 1854.
MESSRS E. & T. FAIRBANKS & Co.—Gen
tleman :—lt gives us mnnb pleasure to beat
testimony to'the excellence of your Fire
Proof Sales, the ope I purchased of you,
manufactured by Messers. Evans & Wat
son, Philadelphia, Pa., saved my books and
valuable papers, when everything else in
the honsa was destroyed by fire, on the
morning of the 14th ins', at No. 1 16 Lighl
street wharf. B. F. WILMS.
BALTIMORE MD;, May 17, 1854.
Patent Slate Refrigerators, Seal and taller
Copying Presses, Fairbanks' Platform and
Counte- Scales.
Sole Agency for Bulterworth's, Bettley's,
Vales' and Jones' Patent Powder Proof Bank
(.neks.
Below are the names of a few gentlemen
and Public Institolors who have our Safes,
in use. Hundreds mora can be given :
Farmers & Mechanics Bank Philadelphia
12 Safes.-
U. S. Mint, " "
U. , Arsenal, five Safes California 3 in
Philapeljnhia.
State treasurer Trenton, N. J.
Penn'a. R. R. Co., Phila'd. 2 Safes.
Philadelphia Wilmington & Baltimore R.
R. Co., Philadelphia.
Locust Mountain Coal & Iron Co , "
Coal Ron Improvement & R. R. Co., "
Belt Garretsou Sc Co. Bankers, Hunting
don, Pa.,
Bell, Smith & Co., Bankers, Johnstown
Pa.,
Bryan, Gardner. Altoona, Pa.
Gen. A H. Wilson, Huntingdon, Pa.
McKelvy, Neal & Co.; Bloomsbuiut "
Geo Weaver, do • "
Cateb Barton. do "
Philadelphia, August 31 1854 lj*.
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY
LOTTERY!!
(B'j Authority of the Stilt of Alabama,)
Conducted on the Havana plan.
CLASS F—TO BE DRAWN 20lh of Oct.
CAPITALS. 87000
" 5000
<< 30110
I. 1500
In all, 238 prizes, amounting to 830,000
Tickets 85,00 Halves and quarters in pjo
portinn.
All communications strictly confidential.
"Current bills of any bank received at par."
SAMUEL SWAN, Agent and Manager,
Sign of the Bronze Lione.
Montgomery, Alabama, June 20, 1854.
COLUMBIA COUNTY—COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS.
In the Matter of the Petition if Benjamin
Wagner to have satisfaction Entered on the
Record of n Mortgage from Daniel Leoan
to Carper Rhoadee and Benjamin Corps.
NOTICE is hereby given to the widow
and heirs of the said Casper Rhoads,
and also of the eaid Benjamin Corps, and
also to the widow and heirs of Adam Corps
deceased, and all persons interested in bis
Estate, that depositions of Witnesses
to prove the (sets set forth in said petition
will be taken before Thomas Painter,.
Esq., Commissioner appointed by the Court
for the purpose at his office in Bloomsburg,
in eaid County on Saturday the 7th dav ol
October next, between the hours of 10 A.
M. fc 2 P. M.
By order of the Court,
JACOB EYKRLY, rrothonotary.
Sept 5, 1854.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given thai letters of
admigjpiration upon the estate of Wil,
barn Everet, late of Orange township, Col
umbia county, deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, residing in Orangeville.
All persona indebted (o the said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment, end
those having accounts to present mem for
settlement to JACOB D. KLINE.
Orangevilfe, ARguet ]7tb, 1834—6t.
i2Utta<&aa
WEIGHING LESS THAN 2 h OUNCES,
FOR THE CURE OF HERNIA
OR RUPTURE.
ACKNOWLEDGED by the highes' medi
c;.l authorities of Philadelphia, incompan
ably superior to ony other in use. Sufferers
will be giatified to le.im thai the orcas'on now
offers lo piocure not only the 'lightest and m oat
easy,' bul as durable a TiUss as any other, in
lieu o( the cumbrous and uncomfortable article
usually 'Old, Theie in no difficulty attending
the fitting, and when the pad ia located, it will
retain ita poaition without change.
I'ersonr at a distance unable to call on the
Subscriber can have the Truw aent to any ad.
dresa, or hy lemitting Five Dollars for the single
'l'ruus, or Ten for the double—with measure
round the hipe, end eteting eide affected. It
will be eichauged to auit if not fitting by re
turning it at once, unsoileJ
For Sale by the Importer.
CALEB H. NEEDLES,
Cur. Twelfth If Race Streets ,Philadelphia.
17* LABI as, requiring the benefit of Me
chanical Support., owing In the derangement of
the Internal Organs, inducing Filling of the
enomb, Vocal, Pulmonary, Dyspeptic, Nervous,
ned Spinal Weakness, are Informed that a corn
patent amTeiperienred LADV will oe in attend-
Wee at the Rooms (set apart for their exclusive
use,) No, 114, Twelfth Sl„ Ist door below
Ita. e.
June 27, '.854—1y.
"SHERI F F'S SALE. ~
BY virtue of R certain writ of Ven
ditioni Exponas issued out of the Court
of Common Pleas of Luzerne county to
me directed,.there wilt be exposed to pub
lic ssle on Saturday the 9t)th day of
September, 1854. at the Court House in
the Borough of Wilkes-Bsrre, Luzerne
connty, Pa., at 10 o'clock A. M., the
following described property,to wit;
A certain piece or parcel of land situ
ate partly in Salem township, Luzerne
county, and partly in Briarcreek town
ship, Columbia county,—Bounded north
erly by land of Michael Seybert— east
erly by land of Jacob Hill—southerly
by land now or Inte of J. Yonng, and
land of Hugh Thompson—and westerly
hy lands of Alexander Thompaon, Jacob
Hosier- Michael Seybert? and Kisner and
Miller, containing four hundred and fifty
acrea of land be the same moreor less,
nearly all imptoved, with a
Three Story Brick Boise*
a alone t-till-housc, two large frame barns,
a stable, wagon shed, eorn house and
other out buildings thereon. Late the
estate of the defendant in said writ pain
ed. with the nppurtenances.
deized and taken in execution at the
suit of Mnry Ann Anderson against
Charles Seybert. ABKAM DRUM,
Sheriff
Siizßirr's OFFICE, ?
Wilkes-Bnrrc, Aug. 20,1854 —3D J
AUDITOR'S NOTICE,
Estate of John Haslet, deed.
THE creditors and sll other persons inter
ested ia the estate of Juhn Haslet, late
of Bloom township, in the county of Colum
bia, deceased, are hereby notified that the
undersigned has been appointed Auditor by
the Orphans' Court of County lo settle and
adjust the rales and proportions of the assets
in the hands ol Solomon N-syhard, the Ad
ministrator of the decedent, to and among
the respective creditors according <0 the or
der established by law, that he will attend at
his office in' Bloomsburg, on Thursday the
19ih day of October next, to perform tnadu
lies of nit appointment. All persona hav
ing uUims against the estate are required lo
present tham to the Auditor at the time and
place aforesaid, or be debarred from coming
in foi a share of such asset' or fund.
ROB'T. F. CLARK, Aadilor.
Bloomsburg, September, 14th, 1854.
ESTRJIY
CAME to the enclosure of the subscriber
in Scott township on Friday last, a Ted'
cow with a spotted streak on the back, and
spotted belly and tail. The end of the left
ear is cut off, and she hss a msrk of tar on'
her left hip. Ihe owner is requested SO
prove property, pay charges of advertising
and keeping, and lake her away, or she wiW
be disposed of eooording to law.
ELIAS KRUM,
Scott twp , Aug. 28 t854-3t.
THOMAS BUTLER,
No. 7 South Seventh Street,
FHILADEIiPHIA ;
Manufacturer of strong Tinware, Copper,
Tin and Zine Batning Tubs, Bathing
Pans, and every kind of batning apparatus.
Also deed and paper boxes.
Prompt attention given to ordered Work,
and goods carefully lorwardod on orders.
Philadelphia, August 17th, 1854,
To the Voters ef lolaabis Connty.
AT the request of a number of personal
friends without distinction of petty, 1
in induced to offer rfiySetf aa candidate
lor the office ,of PROTHDNOTARY at the
ensuing election.
SAMUEL MEN DEN HALL.
Bldomeburg, Sep. 4th, IHW.
ua ao m *
Dloomibnrg. s*• .
DAVID LoW'ENBERG,
riLdtmNG STORE, on Main aUMt. two
doofs above the 'Amerlodn Hottih."
SIMON DREIFGSS, & C:
riLOTHING STORE In the 'Exchange
Block,' opposite (He Court hhose.
EVAmTr Afl'LEMJii 7
MERCHANTS. —Store on "he
of Main street, nearly opposite the
Episcopal Church.
8. C. 8111VV,
T%f ANUFACTURKR OF, , FURNITURE
ax AND CABINET WARE Wareroom
in Shive's Block, on Main Street.
A. M. RUPERT;
rpINNF.R AND STOVE, DEALER
A Stiop on South side of Mala ft feet, be
low Market.
JOSEPH BWARTZ.
nOOKSF.I.I.ER, Store in the Exchange
Block, Brat door above the Exchange
Hel.
M'KELVY, SEAL * CO.,
!%€ ERCHANTS.—Northeast oorneralof Mrt
and Market streets.
1000 BOOK AGENTS
WANTED,
TO Canvass for the best and rr o<l fria
ble Books published. They fare writ
ten by the most popular Aulho a of the day,
inc hiding atnong others, T. S ARTHUR, of
whose last (treat work,
TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM;
11,000 copies have been sold within amonth
of publication.
These books are bcautifiully illustrated,
(many of them with finely colored plates)
and are printed and bound in the best man*
tier.
| Agents will find n,f>!eSanl and profitable
employment ill their circulation. For par
ticulars address (post paid)
J. W. BRADLEY,
PußLrsiiCd,
No. 48 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia:
September 31, 1853-Sm.
"NEW Q RIST-MILL
AT
RILL GROVE!
IsHF. subscriber has refitted his Grist-
Mill at Mill Grove, near Light Street,
Columbia county, and is ready the do any
add all kinds of grinding. He had ((tree
run of Stones, and the Mill will work to geit-'
era! satisfaction. A competent miller had
has charge of the establishment, and the
patronage of the publto is respectfully so-
THOMAS TRENCH.
Mil! Grove, Sept. 9, 1851.
K 4Y Sl BROTHER,
LAW PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL,
193 Market Street, three doort below Fifih,
PHILADELPHIA,
T> ESPECTFULLY announce to the Pro
tession and Students at Law, that they
keep always on hand a well selected stock
of law books, comprising the best Treati
ses extant in every department of law, which
they will sell sell as cheap, if not cheaper,
lhar. any other house in this city or New
York. Being the publishers of several val
uable works, they are possessed of suoh fa
cilities in obtaining their stock as to enable
them to sell their books at very low prices.
KAY & BROTHER have the agency for
the sale of Harris' Pennsylvania Stale Re
ports, for the eastern counties of the Slate.
KAY & BROTHER, PUBLISH
1. Pardon's Digest of the Laws of Penn
sylvania, from 1700 to 1853, by
Stroud and Brightly, new and Bth edi
tion, in one convenient volume, Bvo.
Price $5.00.
3. Sergeant & Rawle's Supreme Conrf
Reports, 17 vols.
3. Penrose & Watt's Supreme Court Re
ports, 3 vols.
4. Walls' do do 10 vole.
5. " & Sergeants' do do 9 vols,
6. Harris' State Reports, 8 vols
7. Brightly's Nisi Prins Reports, 1 vol.
8. Miles' Reports of the District Court of
Philadelphia, 3 vols.
9. Baldwins' U. S. Circuit Court Reports,
1 vol.
10. Chief Justice Marshall's Circuit Curto
Decisions, 3 vols.
11. Sergeant on the Land Lawi, o£ Penn'iar'
1 vol.
13. Sergeant on Foreign Attachment itY
Fauns, 1 vol.
13. Sergeant on the Lien Law of Penn'e/
„ 1 vol. .
14. Duane on the Law of Landlbrd & Ten-'
ant, 1 vol.
15. Dnane on the Road laws in I'emi'a,
. I vol
16. Brightly oh the L*W of Costs, t VoL
17. Grnydon's Forms—new ar.d 4th edi
tion, 1' vol.
18. Hood on the Law of Executors, I vol J
19. Roberts' Digest of Britih_ statu'es in
force in Pennsylvania—3d edition,'
I vol.
29. Smith It Reed's Laws el
commencing 14th Obi. 1700, lOvols—•
The Kth, Mb and MMk volumes told'
separately.-
21. Fbmphlet Laws.—The complete acts'
of the General Assembly of Pennsyl
vania, from ihto year WOO to the pres
ent time, in 41 vols. Complete set*,*
of the Pamphlet Laws are very scarce.'
22. Wharton's American Crimiual law
ami 3d ed ition, 1 vol.
23. Wharton's Precedents of IndictnAents,
l' vol.
34. Morris on the Law of Replevin in the
United Stales, 1 vol.
35. Binns'Justice—mew and sth edition,'
1852 —By F. t. Brightly Esq.—l vol..
26. Troubat on the law of Limited Part
nership in the United Slates, f vof.
27. Troubat and Halys' Practice, new ami!
third edition In Z thick volumes 8
vo, of over 1700 pages.
$B. Brightly's Purdo'u's A'nmtal Digest fof
1854, price 50 cents.
IN PREPARATION. ,
Wharton and Stille's American Medical Ju-'
rtsprudenue, 1 vol, royal 8 vo,
Wharton on the American Law ol Homi
cide, with- Re porta of Cases, I v6E
royal thro.
Barton's Compendium tff the Law of Rett
Property, with copious American An
notations, I vol. royal Bvo.
A new Digest of the Laws of the t Unit*!
States, on the plan of Purdqa'a Di
gest of 1853 ( 1 vol. imperial 8 vo.
Sargear.is' Mechanics' Lien (aw, new edi
tion. ' ,
The Pennsylvania Form. Boql
tW Bee Kay k Brother's CaMfagitie, of
Law Poblusatioha lor particulars:
Orders or letters of inquiry font the
country promptly attended to.
August f7tb, 1851—i)

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