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NOTICE.ie hereby giveut that the several Courts of Commoin Pleas, Gen eral Quarter Sessions of the Pence, and Orphans' Court, Court of Oyer and Terminer and Jail Delivery, In and for the County of Columbia, to commence at the Court House in Iffoomsburg, rtn Monday the stli day of February* next, to continue one week The Coroner, Justices or the Peace A Constables, in and for the county of Co- Juabia.are requested to bo then and there j in their proper persons, with their Tolls, I records, inquisitions, and other roinem brsnces, to du those things to their sev- . era! offices appertaining o La done. | And at I witnesses prosecuting in behall of tho Common-wealth against any pris oner, are nlsti requested and commanded to be then and there attending in their pro per persons to prosecute against him, as shell be just—and not to depart without lenve at their peril. Jurors are request ed to be punctual in their attendance, al the time appointed agreeable to their no licet, •Given under my hand at Bloomsburg the 2d day of January, in the year sfonr Lord one thousand eigm hundred and fifty fi *e, and the Independence of the Uuited States of America the 77th. JOHN SNYDER, SITJf. (God save the Commonwealth.) Traverse Jurors, FOR FEBRUARY TERM, 1855. ■Bloom— Samuel Mendenhall. Benton —Thomas Gibbons, John M'llenry, tea John Dildilin. Bnarcreek—\. B. Pcarce, W. H. Wooden. fistwer— lsaiah Lottgeoberger. Cattawissu —Philip Seeshohr, Win. Cnflf msn Centre —Allan Shollhantmer. Fuhi'.gcrcek —Edwin Holmes, Sam'l Yost, Wm. lkeler. Franklin —Joshua Mendtfnhall,Sain'l Lore man, John Z'gldr. Hemlock —James Root, Daniel Wagoner, Vanish Reese, George Harimau. Jucksou— John Savage. ■Locust— Reuben Fahrioger, Jonas Fatter man, Samuel Raup. Hentj MeiZ. Madison—\\ in. M. Sprout, Alfred Pegg Mifflin —Samuel Snyder, Cuzrlea H. liens. Ml. Pleasant —Jmt Ale. Tine— Enoch Fox, John Whilmiro. Scott— Conrad Bittenbender, Rseaa Fair itun. David Lao. Sugdr/iii'/e-Ddvid Lewis. Grand Jurors, FEBRUARY TERM, 1855. Briarcreek —Frederick Nicely. Beaver —Daniel Heuninger. Benton— N. I'. Moore. Centre —Charles Leo. Catlawissa —Jacob Clay well, jr. Fishingcriek —Cornelius Coleuiaa. Franklin —Jacob Sweezy. Jackeon —Frede-irk Kuouse, Jtto. P. lies,. Locust —Joseph B. Cleaver. Maine —Frederick Nuss. Mifflin —Levi Creasy, J Swephenheiser. Mountpleasam —Henry Kilt-hen, John Wa nieh. Orange —George Whilmeyer, Johtt-B. K I -gar, Wm. Fisher,U.idfret Klilo, jas. Edgsr. Raaringcretk— Lewis V. Myers, Daniel Levan, sen. Scott —Barman Johnson. Svgarlocif—ixot rgp L. Kline. Blcttiuebuig, Dec. 28, 1654. REGISTER'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all legatees, oreditois and other persons interested in the estates ol the respective decedents and mi nors that tho following administration ac count* have he-it filed i:i the office of tho Reg isler of the crimpy ol Columbia, and tvill be presented for conlirtnatioo nod allowance to the Orphan's Court, to be halo at Blootns bufg, in nnd for the county aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 7th day of February next, at 2 o'clock, I'. M. 4. The account of Daninl Nnngesser and Catharine Nttogesser, Executors of the es tate of Peter Nungesser, late of Mifflin twp., Columbia 00., deceased. 2. The account of Wm. Garrison and Eli Criveling, Administrators of tho ettaio of Jacob Garrison, lute of Bloom to.vuship, Col. Co., deceased. 5. Tite account of Eli Crivelirg, Adminis trator of the estate of Lemuel MeCurty, lute or Scott twp., Col. co,, dee'd. 4. The account ol Jtto. Woliivcr and Rich ard Demon, Executors of the estate of Wm. Welliver, late of Madison township, Col. Co., deceased. 5. Tne final account of Luther A Garinan and Clemnel MoHthiry, Administrators of the estate of Daniel McHcnry, late of Fishing •reek twp., Col. Co., rlec'd. 6. The account of Isaac McKamey, A,l miuistro'or of the oPtoe of Tilglnruin Faux, into otScoll twp., Col. Co., deceased. 7. The account ol Isaac McKamey, Ad ministrator of the estate of Hannah Mauviltc, late ol Scott twp., Col. CO., dec'tl. 8. The aceounlof Aaron Boone Adminis trator of Benjamins Boone, late of Centre township Col. Co. deceased. DANIEL LEE, Register. RxctsTsa's Office, | Bloomsburg, Jan. 3, 1855. j Danville Academy. J. !•). BRA DLFIY, Frincipnl, THE .ensuing Session of this Institution will commence on Monday, (he Bth day of January, 1855, nnd will continue twenty-two weeks. A FEMALE DEPARTMENT will be opened at the eattio nine uudor the imme diate care of MISS JANE E. BRADLEY, but over which the Principal of the Acad emy will exerci*o a general supervision. Instruction in both departments will be thorough nnd practical, and will extend through the whole ranges of English and Classical studies usually taught in the higher teminarios ol learning. TERMS: The Academic year will consist of forty fonr weeks. The price of tuition per quarter will be as follows : Geography, Eng. Grammar and Arith metic, - - - • S3 60 Higher English studies, - - 500 Latin and Gremk Languages, C 00 German & French Languages (extra) -■V each, - - - - 5 00 Drawing and Painting in Water col ors, (extra) 3 00 Tuition bills will be presented for payment at the end of each quarter. I ST Good boarding can be obtained in pri vate families. J.G MONTGOMERY, Danville, Jan. 2, 1855. Suc'ry. FANCY GOODS, of every description and anriely, new styles, und fresh from New York svd Philadelphia, for sale at the cheap store M'KEI.VY, NEAI. & CO ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For sale at the aheap More of EVAN'S, It APPLEVIAN. ■ i 111 UMll ■-101MIMI11. SKSRXPra SALES. By virtue of snndry writs of venditioni ex ponas there will be exposed to public sate at t"e Court house in Bloomsburg, on Monday, the sth day of February, 1855. al one o'clook, iq the alternuon, the following described re al esta'e, viz: AM those six certain tracts of land situate in Beaver township, Columbia County, bounded ami described as follows: No 1 called HALBEC, beginning at a post, 'hence by lands of Jamos McNeal, north t2ilgrees, west three hundred & forty-two perches to a chestnut oak, ihetioe by lands of Wm. Gray, j and Wm. Bteedmatt, south seventy-eight de grees west t79 perches to a post, thence l-y lands ol Jeremiah'Jacksrtn, south 12 degree-, east 410 petohes to a post, thence by lands of Richard Brook, north 73 degrees east, 73 perches to a dogwood, north 12 degrees west, 15 perches to a post, north 78 degrees, oast 82 perches to a black oak, tlience by an old survey, north 12 degrees, west 25 perch es to a hickory, and north 32 degrees,east 34 perches to tho place of beginning, con taining Four hundred and twelve and one hall seres and allowance of six per ceut. for roads, Sic., on which are erected Two Log Houses and Two Stables, and about Twenty-Five Acres of cleared Land.—Another of tliPm called PALMYRA: Beginning at a post, thence by land of Rob ert Gray, north twelve degrees, west 410 perches to a post, thepce by land of William Steedman, south 78 degrees, west 160 per ches to a post, tlience by land of Jno. Brady, south twelve degrees, east 410 perches to a post, and thence by land of John Wild and Richard Brook, north '7B degrees east. 160 pe-ches to the place of beginning. Contain ing Four hundred and one Acres and one quarter, and allowance of six per cent, for roads, &c.—Another of them called STONE HALL, beginning at a post, thence by land ol John Brady, north twelve degrees, west 263 perches lb a post, thence by land ol Chas. Hall, south 78 degrees west 271 per ches to a chestnut, tlience by laud of Catha rino Lotmeuberger, south eixtecn degrees and a quarter, east 276 perches to a stone, and thence b) lands ol Deborah Stewart ami Thomas Brooks, north 78 degrees, east 249 perches to the place of beginning, contain ing Four Hundred ami Thirty-Eight Acres and a half, and allowance of six per cent, for roads, Ste., bo the same more or less, on which are erected a STONE HOUSE, and about half an acre of cleared land.— There is also a vein of Stone Coal opened on this tract —Another of litem called FARM ERS DELIGHT; beginning at ri post, thence by land of Win. Steedrnan, north sixteen de grees am! three quarters- west 310 perches to a Spanish oak, tlience by. land of Wm. Webb, south 74 degrees, west 162 perches to a black oak, thence by latul ofTnos. Say, south sixteen degrees, ea-t twenty perchps to a chestnut, thence by land of Chas. Hall, south eight degrees ami a half, east three hundred ami sixty-two perches to a post, thence by land of Jtto. Brady, north seventy eight degrees, east one hundred and thirty perches to an A-h, north twelve degrees, west eighty perches to a white oak and north eeveuiy-eig-ludegrees, east eighty per ches to the place of beginning, containing Four hundred and eighteen Acres, ami al- ! lowance of six per cent, for roads, &c Another of them called TROY; beginning at a po.-t, thence by land of Jerernialt Jack son uorth twelve degrees, west four hun dred ar"t ten percltWs to a post, thence by land of VV. P. Brady, smith seventy-eight de grees, west eighty perches to a while oak, south twelve degrees, east eighteen perches to an u-h, south seventy-eight degrees, west one hundred ami thirty perches to a post, thence by land of John Reese, south twelve degrees, eu.-l two hundred and sixty-three perches to a post, tlience by land of Thomas Brook, north seventy-eight degrees, east twenty perches to a chestnut oak, south twelve degrees, oast torty-one petehes to a Black cak, dterice by tite same and land of John Wild, north seventy-eight degrees, east one hundred and six perches to a black oaa, soudt twelve degrees, oast twenty-five perches to a white oak, nnu north seventy eight degrees, east eighty perches to the place of beginning, containing Four Hundred & Twenty-Nine Acres and a quarter, and allowance of six percent, tor roai's, &c., and the other ql them called MAINE, beginning at a post, thence by land of Wm. P. Brady, north eight degrees and a half, west three hundred and sixty-two per cites to a chestnut tree, thence by lands ol Thomas Say & Jesse Bu.ld, south seventy four degrees, west one hundred ami eighty eight perches to a post, thence by land of Thoiras Bella-, south fifty-five degrees, east eighty-nine perches to a chestnut oak, tlience by the same and land of Jo in Longenberger, south one hundred and eighty-eight perches to a chestnut oak, thence by land ol the said John Longenberger, south seventy-six de crees and a quarter, west one hundred and twenty-four perches to a post, south sixteen degrees and a quarter, east one hundred and four perches to a chestnut tree, and theitce by land of John Reese, north sever.ty-eight degrees, east two hundred and seventy.one perches to the place of beginning, contain ing three hundred and eighty-one acres urn! three quarters, and allowance of six per cent, for roads, &c. Seized taken in execution and to be sold as the property ol Jacob Loose. ALSO, At the same time and place, all that cer tain lot of ground situate in Ontreville, Cen 're township, Columbia County, bouuded and described as follows, :o wit: On the north hv tite main road leading from Blooms burg to Berwick, on the east by lot ol John Creasy's heirs, on the south by lot of Henry Miller, on the west by an Alley, containing Eighty-two leet in front and one hundred and eighty-two feet deep be the same more or less, whereon is erectej a one and a hulf story Frame Dwelling House, with tho appurtenances. Seized end taken in execution as tho prop erty ol Henry Lowman. ALSO, At the same time - and place, all the de fendant's interest in all that certain lot of ground, situate in Orangsville, Orange town shin, Columbia county, containing one third of an acre be it some more or less, bounded on lite west by main street of said town, on the north by a lot of Adam Bheyner, on the east by lot ol Henry Stiner, and on the south by lot of Alfred Howell, whereon is erected ' a two story frame DWELLING HOUSE, with the appertenences. Seized end taken in execution as the prop erty <d William Baber. Conditions of Salf. —Ten per cant, of the purchase money must be paid at the striking down of the properly, and tho remainder in the following Thursday morning. JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff. Shf.mff's Officb, I Bloomsburg, Dec. 27, 1854. j IRON STEEL, and overy kind of Hard wate for sale by McKELVY, NEAL & Co BOOTS, Shoes and ready made clothing cheap for cash by MENDENHALL & MENSCH. EXCHANGE NEWSPAPERS By the hundred for sale at '.his office. THE CrRJBEZ SLATE i Bacchante, Venus, Flora, Hebe, and (he Dancing Girl! THE uhove celebrated Statues, togethor with 15 STATUETTES in BRONZE, and several hundred MAGNIFICENT OIL PAINTINGS, from the collodion of prizes to be distributed among the members ol the Cosmopolitan Att Association at the first an nual distribution, in January next. THE COSMOPOLITAN ART AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION, Oi panned for the Encouragement and General illusion cf lAtcralwe and the Fine Arts, cn a nets and original plan. The Committee of Management have tho pleasure of announcing thai tho First Annu nl Distribution will take place nn the 30tli of January next, on which occasion there will be distributed or allotted to members sever al hundred works of Art, among which is the original and world-renowned Statue of the GREEK SLAVE, by Hiram Powers, cost-' ing over lice thousand dollars 1 together with the beautiful Statues ol VENUS, BACCHAN TE, HEBR, FLORA, and the DANCING GIRL; and 15 Statuettes in Bronze, imported Irom Paris; also, a large collection of OIL PAINTINGS, comprising some of the best productions of celebrated American and Foreign Arlisls. Plan for (he Currcn( Year. The payment of three dollars constitutes any one a member of tbis Association, and entitles birn to the Knickerbocker Magazine for one year, and also a ticket in the distri bution of the Statuary and Paintings Which are to be allotted to members in January. Persons taking five memberships are en titled to five ol the Magazines one year, and to six tickets in the distribution. Persons, on becoming members, con have their Magazine commence with any month thev choose, and rely on its being mailed to tnom ptompily on the fitsl of every month, direct ftom New York. The net proceeds derived from the sale of memberships are devoted to the purchase of Works of Art for tho ensuing year. Books open to receive names at the East ern office, Now York, or Western offics, Sandusky. The Gallery of Art is located at Sandusky, (the Wesiem office of tho Association ) where superb Granite Buildings havo been erected for it. and in whose spacious saloons the splendid collection of Statuary and paint ings is exhibited. The advantages secured by becoming a member of this Association are— -Ist. All persons receive the full value of their subscription at the start , in the shape of sterling Magazine Literature. 2d. Each member is eonlributing toward purchasing choice Works of Art, which are to be distribute J among themselves, and are at the same time encouraging the Artists of the country, disbursing thousands of dollars through its agency. Persons remitiing funds for membership, should mark letters, "Registered,'''and state the month with which they wish their Mag azines to commence, and also their post office address in full , on the receipt of which, a cer tificate of membership, together with the Magazine desired, wilt be lorwardetl to any part of the country. Those who purchase Magazines at book stores will observe that by jnining this As sociation. th>y receive the Magazine and Free Ticket in the annual distribution, all at Ihe same price they now pay lot the Magazine alone. Illustrated Catalogues of tho whole collec tion sent on application, free of eharge. Office of the Association, a: the Knick erbocker Magazine office, 348 Broadway, New York, and at No. 160 Water Street, Sandusky. Ohio. Address, (at either office.) lor membership. C L. DERBY, Dec. 2J, '54.-31. Actum yC. A. SiL. A. THE MAGAZINE OF THE AGE." A CREDIT TO THE COUNTRY. PUT .\ A ill's .11 OYT EI Is Y. ENTIRELY ORIGINAL BY EMINENT AMERICAN WRITERS. The new volume (the stlt), commencing January. 1855, is to be the best yet issued. The most distinguished writers itt the coun try are enlisted. " This Monthly is getting continually a stronger and stronger hold upon the public regard. * * It is rapidly becoming a lead er ol public sentiment."— Norwich Examiner. "Solid, yet interesting, and sometimes amusing articles, by talented writers, which leave the reader wiser and happier after pe rusing them."— Westchester Gazette. " With every successive number our ad miration increases "—Mercer Co. Whig. " An honor to our country and to our wri ters."—Springfield Republican. " Deserves its splendid success."—Tfesfcrn Reserve Chronicle. " The highest order of excellence "—Jour nal, Orange, N. J " Like new coin from the mint, fresh, beautiful, and valuable."— TVoy Daily Trav eler. " Bettor than 'Old Ebony' ever was."— Cong. Telegraph, Chicago. " We honor the men who have the cour age to speak out, in the true spirit of patriot ism against existing evils, political and mot al."—Grand Rapids Eagle l Mulligan. PORTRAITS OF CONTRIBUTORS, The series including Curtis, Bayard, Low ell. Prof. Lieber, Ellsworth, Bryant, Kimball, Rev. Br. Vinton, Dr. Hawks, Rev. Dr. Baird, Longlellow, Kennedy, Simms, Mitchell, &o N. B. The portraits will be continued in every second number, or oliener. The New Volume of the Magazine com mences under the best possible auspices.— Its position is now assured. Two years have demonstrated the extent of its circle of friends, and that circle is constantly widen ing. The Magazine has not only the sym-! pathy, but the actual literary support of the most eminent authors in the country. While care is taken that nothing in the remotest degree offensive to propriety or good taste defaces these pages, and the ablest talent is secured to make a Magazine, which, for variety ol interest, and excellence of tone, shall be surpassed by no similar publication in the world, the Publishers as sure the Public that their motto is still on ward, and that every year's experience will enable them more tully to deserve the favor which they so gratefully acknowledge. Price #3 per annum. The 4 Vols, pub lished may still be bad. Jan. 4, 1855. Bloomsburg Post Office Arrange ments. HO UltS EvR MAILS TO CLOBB. Philadelphia Mail closes daily, except Sunday, at 11 o'clock. A. M. Western Mail closse daily, except Sun day, at 11 o'clock, A. M. VVilkes-barro Mail closes daily, except Sunday, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Mail for up Ftshingcreek toCambra leaves on Monday, Wednesday and F'riday, at 6 o'clook, A. M, Mail for Buckhorn, Jersoytown and While Hall leaves on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, at 7 A.M. Mail for Millville and Chestnutgrove leaves at 1 o'clock, P. M., every Thursday. * PHILIP UNANGST, P. M. 1 Bloomsburg, Dec. 12, 1854. GRAND GIFT ENTERPRISE AND CONCERTS. ♦ 60,000 GIFTS VALUED AT 860,000. Tickets $1 each. E. U N A N G ST , Announces that ho has projected a scries of GIFT CONCERTS, to the patrons of which lie will distribute by lot 60,000 valuable gilts or premiums. Tito concerts will be gh (a at Bloomsburg, Dwuvilie, and such other a snf ficiertl .lumber of the patrons ofSl enter prise reside. The times and places will he announced in sutweqneit'. bills. Each ticket will entitle the holder lo two admissions to the concerts, and one of the following prizes or premiums: i One three story Brick Hotel in Bloomsburg, I opposite theCnurl-house, now occupied by .Ex-Sheriff flill:n)cr, valued at 510,000 One large two-story brick dwelling-house,lot ' mid out-buildings, on Main Street of Bloomsburg 6 000 One two vl'tty brick dwelling-house and lot on Main Street of Bloomsburg 4,800 One two story brick dwelling bouse and lot on Main streot of Bloomsburg 3.000 One two story frame dwelling house and lot on Main street of Bloomsburg 2,000 One two story frame dwelling house and lot on Main street of Bloomsburg 1,800 Two two sloiy brick dwelling houses on Centre street of Bloomsburg, each 1,600 One two story frame dwelling house and lot on Main street of Blootn-furg 1,6"0 0110 two story frame dwelling house and lot on Main street of Bloomsburg 1,000 Eight comer lots on Centre street oi Blooms- Imrg, each $450 8,600 Six middle lots on Centra street of Blooms burg, each 8400 2,409 Two buggies, eaoh 8200 400 Two buggies, each 8180 360 Two buggies, each 8170 340 Ten Gold patent lever watches, SIOO 1,000 Twenty Gold detached lever watches, each S6O 1,200 Twenty Gold cylinder escapement watches, each SSO 1,000 15 Gold lepins watches, each 850 750 50 Silver lever watchos, each 825 1,250 50 double barrel shot guns, each S2O 1,000 ,10 " " " 816 160 10 Rifles, each 814 140 10 Allen's revolves*, each sl2 120 10 Colt's revolvers, each 820 200 20 paits pistols each 82 40 1000 Gold pencils, eacli 83 3,000 1000 Silver pencils and pen holders, each $2 2,000 2000 Gold pens, each $1 2 000 30000 Engravings each 25c 7,500 25745 Pieces of Musio 3.099 When the tickets are all sold notice will be given in the public prints fur the ticket holders to meet at some designated time and place, to choose a Committee who shall dis tribute die gifts as the shareholders shall de ermine. REFERENCES as to the above property: William Snyder, Robert F. Clark Esq , R. B. Menagh, R. W. Weaver Esq., or Rob ert B. Arthur, Bloomsburg, Columbia coun ty, Pa. v All orders for tickets must be addressed, post-paid, money enclosed, to E. Unangsi, Bloomsburg, Columbia county I'a., and the ( tickets will be promptly forwarded to any address* Mr' C. F. Knapp will act as general cor respondins%gem at Bloomsburg for the pro prietor. E. UNANGSL . Bloomsburg, Nov. 22, 1851.—6 m. Public Sale of Real Eslale. 'rMIF.RE will be sold at public enle upon L the premises on Friday, the 2filh day of January 1855, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon, the following real estate:—A tract of improved land in Fishingcrecic township, Columbia county now occupied by Ilussel Shultz, adjoining lands of John Alleg.tr. James N. Jones end Abraham Bobbins, con taining 220 Acres and 63 perches. Hunting don Creek divides the tract, and the parts on each side nf the creek will ho first offer ed at sals sepcrately, and if not so sold, then as one tract. There is a two and a half story frame dwelling house, a bank barn, a SAW MIIHL and outbuildings of value on the premises, and a never failing well near the house.— About 96 acres are cleared land, and the rest limbered with pine and oak. ALSO, On Saturday the 27/ A nf January. 1855; at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the premises, a I tract of unimproved land en the State Road j about one.mile from Columbus, in Fishing creek township, cimiaioMtg 13 Actes and 65 perches, on which are a two story FRAME HOUSE, a frame barr., a frame shoemaker shop,and there is in excellent f Pf |n 3 a "d spring-iiouse near the dwelling. The property is that which was the late residence of Samuel Beater. ALSO. on Saturday the 27 th of January 1855, at one o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, a vacant town lot of one fourth a cre in New Columbus, on which is and ex cellent well of water. Ct?" The property will be sold as the es tate of-Samuel Bealer deceased, by order of his will. SAMUEL J. BEALER, J. S WOODS, Executors. Fishingereek, Col CO.. Dec. 7th 1854. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. is hereby given that letters of 111 administration upon lite estate of Will iam Blown, late o( Scott township, Colum bia oounty deceased, have been granted to the undersigned' residing in Bloomsburg. Ail persons indebted to said decedent are requested to make payment without delay, and those having accounts against the estate lo present them for payment to SAMUEL MENDKNHALL, Administrator. Bloomsburg, Dec. 16th, 1854.—6 l THE AMERICAN PICK. FOURTH VOLUME. This illustrated comic weekly, published in the city of New York, every Saturday, is about to commence us fourth year. It has become a favourite paper throughout the United States. "Besides its designs, by the fiiral artists, it oontains witty editorials of character, and will carry cheerfulness to the gloomiest residence. Its variety renders it a favourite in every family. It contains each week, a largo quantity of tales, stories, ami witti cisms. The "ReeolleotjbOf of John C. Cal houn. by ftis Private SeeretWy," will be con tinued in the Puk until finished, and then a copy will he seat Iteo lo every subscriber whoso name shall be upon our mail book. Each yearly subscriber to the Pick will re ceive the double-sized Pictorial sheets for the Fourth oi July and C hristinas, without charge. Eaoh of those Pn-toiial sheets con tains over 200 spldndid designs. The subscription price lo the Pick is 81 cosh in advance. Six copies lor $5. Thir le:t copies for 810 Letters must be addressed to JOSEPH A. SCOVILLE, No, 26, Ann street, Jan. 4, 1855. New Yotk. TO THOSE WANTING CHEAP GOODS! rxarre syrW4E\"ia <£2s CS3CE>. HAVE just received and opened their stock of merchandize for Fail and Winter rate*, which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assortmn.t now offered in thiajTOWN! Having paid groat attention to the selection of their entire stork, as to price and quality, they flattei themselves thet lliev can compete with t tie cheapen!. and all those wishing to bny cheap, can save money by giving us a cull. We have all kinds of Goods and Wares to supply the events of the People. A very large lot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, French merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, do bases, poplins, parametla eloth3, mohair lustres, muslin du laines, Persian ofottis, fKnghums, Calicoes, &o. WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars, Spcltccrs, handkerchiefs, flouncing*, bands and trimmings, luces an I edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread gloves, mohair milts, &c., All kinds of SHAWLS, hrocke, flay Slate, Wuterville, black silk, cuslttnero, Embroder d, &c. Also a very largo assortment of cloths, cassimars, sattineus, vestir.gs, tweeds; jeans, beaver cloths, coating velvet, &o. BOOTS AND SUOESSOF ALL KINDS AND SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN AND CHILDREN. XVr have a large assortment of Hat* and Caps of latest fashions. Wo have nlso Hard ware, Qneensware, Cedarware, &c. Very cheap carpets, carpel bass, floor, table and car riage oil cloths, mats rngs, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, towelings, drillings, fib., in abundance. We invite our friends and the public generally to give us a call before purchasing else where. We have bought ourgflAdsat Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by anybody, or the rpst or mankind. Bloomsburg, October 28, 1855. j ' 6332.UEsaQ£iua JKJ C3B<4SJ # HAVE RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING 5n the Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. They have on hand a iarge and full assortment of FROCK, DRESS, BOX, SACK. GUM AND OIL CLOTH COATS, of all sorts and sizes, that the present enliph'ened ape knows any thing about. Of Pants and Vests they have every color of the rainbow, besides some black, blue, grey, striped and fancy ; Vests of satin, silk, buff, casimere, marseilles, linen and worsted of'all fnsh- | ionable cuts and colors ; Working Pants and boys clothing. Also fine while, figured and striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle- I man's druss goods ; Hats, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and SWI& E2255 3 They have Undersleves, Spencers, Collars, Rigaletls, Gloves, Mills. Ladies'a bead-bg! Handkerchiefs, &e., &e. Also Jewelry and Notions, such as Rings, Breast pins, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencils, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Portmonies, Spectacles, Knives Razors and a well selected assortment of Accordeons, ty Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court house. Bloomsburg, May 18th 1851. S. DREIFUSS, & Co. Now Fall and Winter Clothing DAVID LOWE XT BERG TNVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fashionnle clothing at his store ou Market * street, two doors above the "American House," where ho has a full assortment of men and boy's wearing apparel, including ffASHnKMJAMJB ©I£S£S3 (o®iiffS a Box, sack, frock, gum and oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, pants of ail colors, sha d stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, slocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves suspend e and fancy articles. N. fl. He will also make lo order any article of clothing at very short notice and in the best manner. All his clothing is made to wear, and most of it is of home mauufau tuio. Bloomsburg, May IGilt 1851-3 m. EVANS & WATSON, i No. 26 South Fourth street, have on hand | a iarge assortment ot PATENT SALAMAN- I DKIt FIRE and THIEF PROOF SAFES, I Bank Vaults and Iron Doors for Banks and clores. GREAT FIRE LIGHT igsSB^FAHtBANK^'& Co.- , Gentlemen:—We take much pleasure itt ree- ; oniraending your FIRE PROOF SAI'ES to merchants "and others, who may desire to I purchase, with a view to the preservation of ; their Books and other valuables. The Safe j we purchased of von, and manufactured by j EVANS & WATSON, of Philadelphia, Pa., ; remained in (he lire at tho burning of our , store until the entire stock was consumed, the heal being intense, as you may suppose as there were about seventy barrels of liquor in the store, besides some seventy thousand pounds of rngs and ropes, and other articles of 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 Light streer wharf. Please send as another of your best Safes, of the same size, for our future use, and o bilge R. W. XV. ISAAC, No 91 Light street wharf, Baltimore BALTIMORE, MD., May 17, 1854. MESSRS E. & T. FAIRBANKS & Co.—Gen tlemen :—lt gives us much pleasure to bear testimony lo the excellence of your Fire Proof Safes. The one I of you, manufactured by Mesaets. Evans & Wat son, Philadelphia, Pa., saved my books and valuable papers, when everything else in the house was destroyed by firo, on the morning of the 14th ins'., at No. 116 Light street wharf. B F. WILLIS. 1 BALTIMORE MD;, May 17, 1851. Patent Slate Refrigerators, Seal and Letter Copying Presses, Fairbanks' Platform and Counter Scales. Sole Agency for Butterworth's, Beltley's, Valos' and Jones' Patent Powder Proof Bank Locks. Below are the names of a few gentlemen and Public. Inslitutors who have our Sales, in use. Hundreds more can be given : Farmers & Mechanics Bank Philadelphia 12 Safes: U. S. Mint, " " U. H, Atsenal, five Safes California 3 in I'hilapelphia. State Treasurer Trenton, N. J. l'enn'a. R. R. Co., Phila'd. 2 Safes. Philadelphia Wilmington & Baltimore R. R. Co., Philadelphia. Locust Mountain Coal & Iron Co , " Coal Run Improvement & R. R. Co., " Bell Garretson & Co. Bankers, Hunting don, Pa., Bell, Smith & Co., Bankers, John-town Pa , Bryan, Gardner. & , Altoona, Pa Gen. A H. AVtlson, Huntingdon, Pa. McKelvy, Neal&Co.; bloomsbuigt " Geo. Weaver, do Caleb Barton. do Philadelphia, August 31 1854-ly. LIST OF LBITBRS, REMAINING in the Post Office at Blooms burg, Jan. Ist, 1855. Ayee John Mathews S. Buss Art Moore Manraretta , Comons Micheal McCollnm J. P. Cox William Ogoman Thomas 2 Danneby John Prosser Snruh Dearmottd M. : 's heirs Runyan Washington Geddis George Sitydam Joseph Jleuill A. H. Straucay Henry Hughes David Swartz Peter Heckman Geo.'s heirsWitmire William Hart John D. Waag John Gabriel Kendall J. A. Yothors Jacob. Lucas James, ship Persons calling for the above letters will please say they are adverlised. P. UNANGST, p. M. INSTABLE CUTLERY—A Splendid asao ■* ment received and now on hand at MENDKNHALL & MENSCH'S WEIGHING LESS THAN 2J OUNCES, FOR THE C.'FRE OF IILR,\U OR RIIPTPRR. ACKNOWLEDGED hv the highes' mcili cat authorities of Philadelphia, incomp.tr ably superior to any other in use. Sufferers will be gratified to loom that the occasion now offers to pi .euro not only the 'lightest are! most easy,' but as durable a Truss as any other, in lieu of thecumhrous and uncomfortable article usually sol J, Thete in no difficulty attending the fitting, nnd when the pad is located, it will retain its position without change. Persons at a distance unahleto call on the Subscriber can have the Truss sent to any ad. dress, or hv remitting Five Dollars for the single Truus, or Ten for the double—wi'h measure round the hips, and stating side affected. It will be exchanged to suit if aot fillirtg ( by re turning it at ottco, unsoiled For Sale by tho Importer. CALEB H. NEEDLES. - Twelfth (p Race Streets, Philadelphia. fsT LADIES, requiring the benefit of Me chanical Supports, owing to tho derangement of the Internal Organs, inducing Falling of the otiomb. Vocal, Pulmonary, Dyspeptic, Nervous, ned Spinal Weakness, are informed that a corn patent and'experienccd LADV will oe in attend- Wce at the Rooms (set apart for their exclusive use,) No, 114, 'i welfth St„ Ift door below liaco. June 27, 1854—1y. NE W ROUTE TO PHILADELPHIA Cattawissa, Willinmrport and Ei is Railroad OPEN TO MILTON. 8i hours between Philadelphia and Miltou. ON anJ after Monday, Sept. 25th, and until extension to VVilliamsport, pass enger trains will be run everyday (Sundays excepted) as follows : Leaving Milton at II A. M., connecting with Reading Rail Road, at Port Clinton, ar riving at Philadelphia at 7 30, P. M. Leaving Philadelphia, at 7 30, A. M; ar rive at Milton at 4 30 P. M. A Freight Train will leave Milton, on Monday, Wednesday & Friday, and Port Clinton on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, of each week. Freight is carried to and frdm Pliladelphia without transhipment, from Reading Rail Rnail Freight Depot corner of Broad and Cherry streets. T. McKISSOCK, Sept. 28, 1854—tf. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. is hereby given that loiters ot administration upon the estate of Dan iel Mosteller, lata of Maine township, Col umbia county deceased, have been granted to the undersigned residing in Mifilin town ship, Columbia county. All persons indebt ed lo the estate aro requested lo make pay ment without delay, and those having ac counts, to present them for settlement to AARON MOSTELLER, Administrator. Mifflin Iwp. Oct. 19 1854. Ct. AWITOK'S NOTICE. Estate nj Abraham Klotz, dee d. fBNHE creditors and all other persons inter- JL ested in the estaflPof Abraham Klotz, late ol Bloom township in tho county of Co lumbia deceased, are hereby notified that the undersigned has been appointed Audi tor by lite Orphans' Court ol saiil county, to #elile and adjust the rate and proportions of the assets in the hands of William G. Hur ley the Executor of the decedent to and a mong the the respective creditors according to the order established by law, that he will abend at at his olfice in Bloomsbarg on Sat urday the 20th tlay of January A. D. 1855, lo perfotm the duties of his appointment. All persons having claims against tho estate of the decedent are requested to preset;! them to the at the ttmo ami place aforesaid, or be or be debarred from coming in for a share of such effects or fund. JOHN G. FREEZE, Auditor. Bloomsburg Dec. 14, 1854—tf. RAY & HUOTIIER, , LAW PUBLISHER? AND BOOKSELLERS. WHOI,Et*ALR AND RETAIL, 193 Market Street x three (loon below Fiffh, PHILADELPHIA, TCX F.SPECTFULLY announce 10 the Pre *-•' les-ton and Student* at Law, that they keß|> always on liaiul a well selected slock of Law Bonks, comprising the best Treat i ses extant in every department of luvs*, which 'hey will sell sell as cheap, if not cheaper, ilinr any other house in this city or New York, Boiitg the publishers of several val nable works, they are possessed of euch fa. ciliiies in obtaining their stock a to enable them to sell their books at very lour price*. KAY & BHD I HER have the agency for lha sale of Harris' Pinmi/h-initi S'ute !(§• port a, lor tlip eas'ern counties of the State. KAY k BROTHER, PUBLISH 1. Purdon's Digest of the Laws of Penn sylvhuia, from 1700 to 1S 53, by Stroud and Brightly, new and Bth edi tion, in one convenient volume, Bvo. Prico 55.00. 2. Sergeant & Rawle's"Suptemo Court Reports. 17 vols. ' 3. Penrose & Walt's Supremo Court Re ports. 3 vols. 4. Watts' do do 70 vol*. 5. " ft Sergeants' do do 9 vols, 6. Harris' State Reports, 8 vols 7. Brighlly's Nisi L'rius Reports, 1 vol. 8. Rliles' Reports of tho District Court of Philadelphia, 2 vols. 9. Baldwins' U. S. Circuit Court Reports, 1 vol. 10. Chief Justice Marshall's Circuit Curt. Decisions, 2 vols. 11. Sergeant on the Land Laws, of Penn'g. 1 vol. 12. Sergbant on Foreign Attachment in Penn'a, 1 vol. 13. Sergeant on lha Lien Law of Penn'a, I vol. 14. Dunne on the Law of Landlord & Ten ant, 1 vol. 15. Duane on lha Road Laws in Penn'k. 1 vol. 10. Brightly on the Law of Costs, 1 vol. 17. Gray-don's Forms—new ar.d 4th edi tion, 1 vol. 18. Hood on the Law of Executors, I vol. 19. Roberts' Digest of British statu'es in force in Pennsylvania—2d edition', 1 vol. 20. Smith & Reed's Laws of Pennsylvania, commencing 14th Oct. 1700, lOvols— The Bth, 9th and 10th volumes sold separately. 21. Pamphlet Laws.—Tho complete kefs of the General Assembly of Pennsyl vania, from the year 1800 to the pres ent lime, in 41 vols. Complete sets, of the Pamphlet Laws are very scarce'. 22. Wharton's American Criminal Law anil 2d ed ition, I vol. 23. Whariou's Precedents Indictments 1 vol. 24. Morris on the Law of Replevin in the United States, 1 vol. 25. Binns' Justice—new and sth edition, 1552 —By F. C. Brightly K*q.— I vol. 26. Troubat on the Law of Limited part nership in the Uitilod States, I vol. 27. Troubat and Halys' Practice, new and third edition In 2 thick volumes I vo, of over 1700 pages. 28. Brighlly's Purdoti's Annual Cige.l for 1854, price 30 cents. IN PREPARATION. Wharton and Stillc's American Medical Ju risprudence, 1 vol. royal 8 vo. Wharton on the American Law ol Homi cide. with Reports of Cases, 1 vol. royal Bvo. Burton's Compendium of the Law of Real Property, With copious American An nnijtions. 1 vol. royal Bvo. ; A new nift-st of the Laws of the United Slates, on the plan of Pnrdon's Di gest of 1853, 1 vol. imperial 8 vo. Sergeants' Mechanics' Lion Law, new edi tion. The Pennsylvania Form Book nr Sec ICay & Brother's Catalogue of Law Publications lor particulars: tV Orders or letters of inquiry roin the country promptly attendod to August l7ih 1854. ly A NEW ASSORTMENT OF Fall and Winter GOODS. • MEXDEMIALL 4 MENSCH HA VE just received and opened a new lot of Fall and winter goods, to which wo invite the attention of purchasers. A' mong their LADIES' DRESS GOODS, are black and fancy Silks, black and changeable Alpacas, de Laineß, Merinoes, Mous. de Bege, Bombazines, plain, figured and changeable Poplins, calicoes, ging hams, gloves, hosiery, c., &c. GENTLEMENS' DRESS GOODS, such as fine black and brown French cloths; black Doeskin and fancy Cassimers, satin %nd fancy Vestings, black & Italian fancy Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves; &c. HATS AM) CAPS. A large assortment of Men's and Boys' hats and caps, embracing every style and quality. Also, a large and varied assortment of Parasols and Ribbons. DOMESTICS.— Bleached & unbleached Muslin, Checks, Tickings, Jeans, Drills, Ta blo-diaper, Bagging, Toweling, Table-lin en*. &e. ItOQTS If SHOES —A large assortment of Men's, Women's & Children's Boots anil Shoes, Jenny Lind & buskin Shoes at very low prices. Colored and white Carpel Chain. GROCERIES. —A large assortment of Groceries, such as Sugar, Coffee, Molasses; Ricp, Teas, &c., &c. The attention of all who wish good bar gains is solioited, for inducements to pur chasers will be offered. Bloomsburg, October, 29, 1851. GREETNWOOD SENHNARY AT MILLYILLE. COLUMBIA CO.. PA. For You Hi of both Sexes. Will. IMJnF.SS, PRINCIPAL. rriHIS Institution which has been in snc- X cessfiil operation for several yeats ha. ecently. been enlarged to give betler accom modations for boarders and increased facili ties for Tuition, &c.. The School year wilt consist of 4 4 week* and vacation will occur during July and part of August, but pupils will be taken at any season. Instruction is given in all the English branches usually taught. Natural Philosophy and Astronomy will be illustrated by appro priate apparatus and access given to a Li brary and the tisn of Mathematlpal instru ments. Books nnd Stationery will be pro vided for all who desire. TUITION, S3, $4 and S5 per quarter, graded by tho course of stinty. Boarding 81 56 per week. Board, Tuition washing, lights, &e., S2l per quarter; or 840 for two quarters, if one half is paid iu ad vance. J-'or further particulars address the prinei- Millville, Nov, 1, 1854.