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I IN m.oosism R.
*TAS taken change of a new marble works ;
IT at the oornvT of Maie and Market St.,
rioometcrg, where lh public can be served
Every kind of Marble Work,
executed in the best style erf the Alt, and at
(he lowest living prices.
Thankful for past favors, Mr. Atmslrong
will execute all orders that may be teft with
liim for
Tout-stones, Touts, Monuments,
Poor and Window Sills, steps of marble or
sandstone, Mar.ties, or any thing else in the
department of marble masonry. The stock
on hand and engaged consists of the bort
nnd LETTERING will be done in English or
flloamebuvg, Feb. I, 1855. _____
Public Sale r
THERE will be sold at the residence of
William Rupert, in Montour township, on
Salutday, the 10th cf Fcbmaiy, tnst.,
at one o'clock, P. M., the following person
al property, to wit:
One llorsc, one Bnggy,
one truck-wagon, one sleigh, two sets of
harness, two fly-nets, one cutting-box, a
teed-chest, a buffalo robe, a lot of bay, a
turning lathe, ihrpn screw-cutters, a lot ol
augers, brace and hits, bench serews, and a
l umber ol other articles.
Montour, Feb. 3. 1855.
1776 AXTD 1855:
A history of the rise, progress & destiny of the
And its probable Influence on the next Presiden
tial Election.
To which is added a Review of the
LclUr oftheHon H- A - IVioe
Against the litow-Nothings.
(220D5^^O3S3r ; £Pa3 8
Ciup I—The American l'arly.
ll—Causes ol its Origin.
Ill—Piirciples Stated, Illustrated oiul
IV The Objects which this Organiza
tion aims to Accomplish.
Y The Necessity of such an Organi
zation examined.
VI The Exigencies ol the Times de
mand an Ameticau Party.
Vll—The True Position ot the Party.
VIII—The Rapid Progress and Wide
F.xlenl of i:s Influence an Ar
gument lor the Excellence of
lite American Party.
IX—The Plan ol Operation adopled by
the American Party.
X—The Ptobable Influence ol dtp
American Party oil the next
Presidential Election.
Xl—Review of Hon. 11. A. Wise's
The above book is now in press, and will
be issued in a few day*. It is Irom the pen
nf one thoroughly acquainted with the un
dercurrent ol American politics, and the
causes which have led to the exit-ting cor
ruption in high prices. He truces out e'ear
ly the operations of a foreign element 111 our ;
governmental institutions, and shows that !
'THE SOIL This is the authors strong posi
tion, which he maintains by irrefutable ar
gil tnen'.s.
'The book is one dial should be in the
Lands of every native born oilizen, as well
as foreigner. The politicians will huvtf the
Look nf course, lor they l ave a personal in
teresi in the question —" Who will be our next
President !"• Il will produce a raiding among
the dry bones of old political partizans.
Published by l.ippincott, Grambo & Co.,
Philadelphia; and for sale by all booksellers
Price 75 cents A liberal discount made In
those who puicbase ill quantities. The book
will be sent by mail 10 any pari ol the U. S-,
free of postage, on receipt ol SI.
Feb. I, 1855.
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In Every Section of lire United S ales.
The most Elegant and Useful Vol. of the
JUST published, an Illustrated Description
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Embellished with about 200 Engravings and
Maps of European and Asiatic Russia. The
whole eompleto in one large octavo volume
of about 700 pages, elegantly and substanti
ally bound. Retail price, t3.
This work has been several years in pre
paration, and will, it is believed, meet in
the fulleat accep atiotfol the world, the want
so universally fell lor reliable information on
the history anil internal resources ol a coun
try occupying so large a portion of the East
ern Hemisphere, and holding so formidable
a portion at the 'present time to the rest of
Europe and Asia; but of which for lees is
known than of any other Eutopeun nation.
Also, a deeply interesting volume, enti
tled " The Ilemaikable Adventmes of Celebrated
Persons," embracing the Romantic Incidents
and Adventures in the Lives of Sovereigns,
Statesmen, Generals, Princes, Warriors,
'Travellers, Adventurers, Voyagers', &e. em
inent in ike History of Europe and Americs,
including Sketches of over fifty celebrated
heroic characters. Beautifully illustrated
with numerous engravings. Hue volume
400 pages, my al 12mo. cloth, gilt. Price,
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The subscriber publishes number ot
tnost valuable Pictorial Books, very popular
and of such a moral and religious intluence
that while good men may aalely engage in
Ibeir circulation, they will cnntei a public
benefit and receive a fair compensation lot
their labor.
To men of enterprise and fact, this bust
lies* offer* an opportunity lor profitable em
ployment seldom lobe met with.
Persons wishing to engage in their sale,
will receive promptly by mail, a Circular
containing full particulars, with duections to
persons disposed io act as Agents, logei her
with terms on which they wi.l be furnished,
by addiassing the subscriber, post paid.
181 William Street N. Y.
THE subscriber has refitted hta Gnat-
Mill at Mill Grove, near Light Street,
Columbia county, and Is ready to do any
and all kioda of grinding. He haa three
run of atones, and the Mill will work to gen
era-1 satisfaction. A competent miller has
has charge of the establishment, and the
patronage of the public ie respectfully eo
licitml. T |,OMAB TRENCH.
, Mill Grove, Sept. 9, 1854.
fr-vrravgey apanzsxi 3
-CI lias takeu the More lately kept by J. S.
Sterner, on Main St, Bloomebutg,r>d offers
rare bargains to the purchasing public. The
present Mode he oilers for the "dime*" nt
prices not averaging above FIRST COST,
and be is now engaged in replenishing the
stock from the city with a
Fresh Assortment of all €oods
desirable for winter and spring. He lias ev.
ery kind of ladies' dross goods, eucft as
silks, Merinoes, Delemee, debars, Coburg
cloths ond Ginghams of every Kyle and
price. Among his white goods are embroi
deries, fores, dress trimmings, handker
chiefs and fine muslins.
he has bleached and brown muslin*, checks,
table diapers, flannels, tickings, Manchester
and Laticasler Ginghams, crash and linens of
all kinds, cloths cassimeres, vestings, cotton
ade and linen for pants, hosiery and gloves,
boots and shoes for ladies, men, misses,
boys and children,
Hats and Caps,
Glassware, Queensware, crockery ware, hard
ware, Groceries, Sugar, Molasses, Coffee,
Tea, Rice. Spicea, tobacco, candles, and in
short, every article usually kept in a coun
try store, at the lowest prices. Cy Country
produce taken in exchange lor goods.
January 18, 1855.
By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to
me directed, there will he exposed to public
sale on ALnday, Fth stk, 1855, at 1 o'clock,
P. M., at the coon house in Bfoornsbnrg, the
following described real estate, to wit :
All that certain tract of land situate in Lo
cust township, Col. county, bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit: —on the north by
land of Henry Kelterman and Benjamin Fet
terman ;on the east by land of Jesse Wil
liams and John Lee; on the south-east by
land of Leonard Adams and FJijah Price:
on the south by landsof (5. Kline and others :
on the west by land of Mr. Lendimnte and
Nathan Leo; containing one hundred and
eighty acres, be the same more or less,
wfiereon are erecteO one 1.0(1 DWELLING
one Bank Barn and other out building with
the appurtenances.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty of Emanuel Kerns.
SltEiitrr's OFFICE, i Sheriff.
B oomsburg, Jan 11,1855 )
KhcriU s Sale.
By virtue of a venditioni cx/ioaas there will
be exposed to public sale at the house of F.
Nicelv. in Berwick, on Friday, the 2d day ol
February, 1855, at one o'clock, in the alter
noou, the following described leal estate, to
All the defendants interest aniflife Es'ale
in all that certain tract el land situate in
Briarcreek township Columbia County boun
ded ur.d described as follows, on the the
north by lands of William Britlnin, on the
east by lands of Samuel Smith and G Fow
ler, on the south bytlie North Branch Canal,
on the west bj lands of William Clem, con
taining oie hundred acres more or less,
whereon is erected a two story frame dwell
ing house, a frame barn ami ivagon house,
nearly all cleared land. AI.SO, another tract
of land in Foundry v>lle, in said county,
bounded on the west by lands of John L.
Hosr ler, on the north & east by lands of Mil
ler & IJayntan and by lands of James Boyle*
and others containing fifteen acres be the
same more or less, whereon are erected
three frame dwelling houses, one frame
store House, a Foundry, a Furnace Stack
and a Machine Shop, with the appurtenen
Nd/.ed and :ehrn in Execution as the :
propertv of Charles Kalbfus.
Blinmsburg Dec. 28, 1854. j
Estate oj Abraham Klotz, dec d.
f-aUIE creditors and all other persons inter-
JL esied in the estate of Abraham Klotz,
I late o( Bloom township in the county of Co
lumbia deceased, are hereby notified that
the undersigned has been appointed Audi
tor by the Orphans' Court ol said county, to
settle 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
moug the the respective creditors according
to the order established by law, that ho will
attend at at his office in Bloomsburg on Sat
urday the 20th day of January A. D. 1855,
to perfotm the duties of his appointment.
All persons having claims ngninst the estate
of the decedent ure requested to preset:!
them to the at the time and place aforesaid,
or be or be debarred from coming in for a
share of euch effects or fund.
Bloomsburg Dec. 11, 1854—tf
Bloomsburg I'. Office Arrangements.
lIOUrS for IllailS tO Close-
Philadelphia Mail closes flatly, except
Sunday, at 11 o'clock. A. M. "
Western Mail closus daily, except Sun
day, at 11 o'clock, A.M.
Wilkes-barro Mail closes daily, except
Sunday, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Mail for up Fishingcreek (pCambra leaves
on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at 6
o'clock, A. M.
Mail lor Buckhorn, Jersey-town and While
Hall leaves on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday, at 7 A, M.
Mail lor Millville and Cheslntngrove leaves
at 1 o'clock, I'. M., every Thursday.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 12, 1854.
ALL persons indebted to the subscribers on
bond note or book account are requested to
make pay meat on or before the first of April
next. WM. McKELVY St CO. At
Bloomsburg, Jan. 28, 1855.
Hilitary Nolice !
THE Members of the Washington Caval
ry, belonging to the battalion ol Columbia
Guards, are hereby notified to return all
their arms and accoutrements w-htch belong
to the Commonwealth, to Maj. Joseph P.
Connor or Gen. M. M'Dowell, without de
lay. 11. K. KLINE.
Brig. Inspector, Ist Brig.,9th J) , P. V,
Orange township, Jan. 13, 1855. 31.
Hands Wanted!
THE subscriber wishes to engage the ser
vices of a miller competent to take
charge of his grist mill at Mill Grove, near
Light Street; and also two laboring hands.—
Men with lamilies will be preferred. The
miller will he paid by the raonlb. Apply at
Mill Grove, Columbia county, to
Jan. 18, 1865. THOMAS TRENCH.
FANCY GOODS, of every description and
variety, new styles, and fresh Irom New York
and Philadelphia, for sale at the cheMp store
BOOTS, Shoes and ready made clothing
cheap for C^[|.^ ENHALL & MENSCH.
NOTICE ie hereby given tltal the
several Courts oT Com mom Pleas, Gen
eral Quarter Seeewne of lire Peace, and
Orphans' Court- Court of Oyer and
Terminer and Jail Delivery, in end for
titer County of Columbia, tocommeiice at
the Cotttt House in Moomsbttrg , on
Monday the sth day of February, next,
to continue one we ft
The CoToner, Justices of the Peace &
Constables, in and for the county of Co
lumbia,are requested to be then and there
in their proper persons, with their rolls,
records, inquisitions, and other remem
brances, to do those things to their sev
eral offices nppertsining o be done.
Aitdall witnesses prosecuting in behalf
of the Commonwealth against any pris
oner, are also requested and commanded
to be then and there attendingin their pro
per persons to prosecute against him, as
shall bo just—and not to' depart without
leave at their peril. Jurors are request
ed to be punctual in their attendance, nt
the time appointed agreeable to their no
Given under my hand at Bloomsburg the
2d day of January, in the year sf our
Lord one thousand eignl hundred nnd
fiftv five, and the Independence ol the
United States of America the 77tli.
(God save the Commonwealth.)
Traverse Juror*,
Bloom —Samuel Mendenhall.
BenloU —Thomas Gibbons, John M'Henry,
sen., John Dildine.
Briarcreek —A. B. Pearce, W. 11. Wooden.
Beaver —lsaiah Loiiaenberger.
Caltawissa —Philip Seeshollz, iVm. Coff
Centre —Allen Shellhammer.
Fishingcreek —Edwin Holmes, Sam'l Yost,
Wm. Ikeler.
Franklin —Joshua Mendenhall,Sam'l Lore
-1 man, John Zigler.
Hemlock —James Roat, Daniel Wagoner,
Yeniah Reese, George Hartrnati.
Jackson —John Savage.
Locust —Reuben Kaltringer, Jonas Fetter
man, Samuel Raup, Henry Melz.
Madison —Wm. M. Sprout, Alfred Pegg,
Mifflin —Samuel Snyder, Charles 11. Hess.
Ml. Pleasant —John Ale.
Pine —Enoch Fox, John Whilmire.
Scott —Conrad liiitenbenJer, Reese Fuir
man, David Lee.
Sngarhnf —David Lewis.
(■rand Juror*,
Briarcreek —Frederick Nicely.
Beaver —Daniel Henninger.
Benton —N. P. Mooro.
Centre —Charle* Lee.
Caltawissa —Jacob Claywell, jr.
Fishingcreek —Cornelius Coletnan.
Franklin —Jacob Sweezy.
Jackson —Fredciek Kiwnse, Jno. P. Hess.
Ixicust —Joseph B. Cleaver.
Maine —Frederick Nuss.
Mifflin —Levi Creasy, J Swephenheiser.
Moiintpleasant —Henry Kitchen, John Wa
Orange —George Whitmeyer, John B. Ed
gar, Writ. Fisher, Godfrey Kline, Jus. Edgar.
lloaringcreek —Lewis V. Myers, Daniel
Levari, sen.
Scott —Herman Johnson.
Suearlonf. —George L. Kline.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 28, 1854.
1. Bertholemew Iluber vs. Peter Bill,
myer and Nathan Seedy.
2. Ilenj. P. Fr:ck, Adm'r oMJlias. Wil
son, tlee'd, vs. Charles F. Mann.
3. Jacob Manning vs. Robert Montgom
• ery.
4. Levi Miller et al vs. William Ritien
5. Samuel Uosell vs. Geo. Dodson.
0. Isaac Buckalew vs. Wesley Bowman.
7. Win. Nathan Ex'r ol Daniel Shultz
vs. Jane Shultz.
8. John R. Moyer Committe of Peter
Al click vs. S. F. Ileadlcy and James
Kester et al.
9. Daniel Hower vs. Jones Berningor.
10. Andrew .Lavish ys. Benj. Daymen.
11. Natltnn Seely vs. Sebastian Seybert.
12. Joseph Sharpless vs. Jamison llar
-13. Sarah Ann Ross v. Wm. Coleman.
14. David Stehlnecker vs. Jacob DeifTen
bacher ct al,
15. Steli'.necker & Deiffenbachcr vs. Ja
cob Deiffenbacher et al.
10. Samuel Seybert vs. Geo. B. Seybert
Executor of Nicholas Seybert ilec'd.
17. Amos Spade vs. Wm. Comstock.
•18. Jacob Grafms et al vs. Samuel L. Bet
llioomshtiig, Jan. 11, 1854.
NOTICE is hereby given to all legatees,
creditois and other persons interested in the
estates oi the respective decedents and mi
nors that the following administration ac
counts have been filed in the office of the
Register of the county of Columbia, and will
be presented for confirmation and allowance
to the Orphan's Court, to be Itehl at Blooms
burg, in and for the county aforesaid, on
Wednesday, the 7th day of February next,
at 2 o'clock, P. M.
1. The account of Daniel Nungesser and
Catharine Nungesser, Executors of the es
tate of Peter Nungesser, late of Mifflin twp-,
Columbia co.', deceased.
2. The account of Wm. Garrison and Eli
Criveling, Administrators of the estate of
Jacob Garrison, late of Bloom township, Col.
co, deceased.
3. The account of Eli Criveling, Adminis
trator of the estate of Lemuel McCarty, late
or Scott twp., Col. Co., dee'd.
4. The account of Jno. Welliver and Rich
aid Deraolt, Executors of the estate of Wm.
Welliver, late of Madison township, Cnl. Co.,
5. Ttie final account of Luther A. Garman
and Clemuel McHenry, Administrators of the
estate ol Daniel Mclletiry, late of Fishing
creek twp , Col. Co., dee'd.
6. The sccount of Isaac McKamey, Ad
minislra'or of the estate o(Tilghman Faux,
late ol Scott twp., Col. Co., deceased.
7. The account of Isaac McKamey, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Hannah Mauvtlle,
late nl Scott twp., Col. Co., deo'd.
8. The account of Aaron Boone Adminis
trator ofllenjumine Boone, late of Centre
township Col. Co. deceased.
DANIEL LEE, Register.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 3, 1855. )
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
purchasing from F. B. Dodson a nole of
hand against me for 8100, dated the 4th of
August, 1854, as 1 have a just and legal de
fence to the said note, and will not pay it
unless compelled by law. WM. LONG.
Fishingcreek, Jan. 10, 1855.—3t.
3Hmm SAiaa.
By TirtiK of onrrdry writs of venditioni tx
ponat there will be exposed to public into lit
the Court limine in Bkromsborg, oft Monday,
(he Oth day if February, 1855, at one o'clock,
in the afternoon, the following described re
al estate, viz:
All those six certain tracts of land situate
in Beaver township, Columbia Coftnly,
bounded anil described as fallows: No. I
called BALBEC, lieginning at * post, thence
by lands of James MoNeal, north 16 degrees,
west llirre hundred & forty-two perches to a
chestnut oak, llience lands ol W.(irajr,
end Wm. Sleedonen, south Seventy-eight de
grees west 179 percSes to a poM, I hence by
lands of Jeremiah Jaeksim, south 12 decrees,
east 410 perches to e post, thence by lands
of Richard Brook, north 78 degrees east, 73
j perches to e dogwood, north II degrees
tvest, 15 perches to a post, north 78 degrees,
east 82 perches to a hlack oak, thence by an
old survey, north 12 degrees, west 25 perch
es to a hickory, and north 3? degrees, east
34 perches In the plane of beginning, con
taining Four hundred and twelve and one
hall acres and allowance of six per cent, for
roads, &c., on which are erected
Two Log Mouses aud Two Stables,
and about Twenty-Five Acres of cleared
Land.—Another of them called PALMYRA:
Beginning at a post, thence by land of Rob
ert (Iray, north twelve degrees, west 410
perches to a post, thence by land of William
Steedman, south 78 degrees, west 160 per
ches to a post, thence by land of Jno. Brady,
south twelve degrees, east 410 perches to a
post, and thence by lard of John Wild au(l
Richard Brook, north 78 degrees east. 166
pe-ches to the place of beginning, contain
ing Four liiindred and one Acres end one
quarter, and allowance of six |**r cant, fur
roads, &c.—Another of them called STONE
lIALL, beginning at a post, thence by land
of John Brady, north twelve degrees, west
263 perches to a post, thence by land of
Chas. Hall, south 78 degrees west 271 per
ches to a chestnut, thence by land ol Catha
rine Longenberger, south sixteen degrees
and a quarter, east 276 perches to a stone,
and thence b) lands ol Deborah Stewart and
Thomas Brooks, north 78 degrees, east 249
peri lies to the place ol beginning, contain
ing Four Hundred and Thirty-Eight Acres
and a half, and allowance of six per cent,
for roads, &c., be the same mure or less, on
which are erected a
and about half an acre of cleared lahd.—
There is also a vein of Stone Coal opened on
Ibis tract —Another of them called FARM
ERS DELIGHT; beginning at a post, thence
by land of Wm. Steed man, north sixteen de
crees and three quarters, west 310 perches
to a Spanish oak, thence by land of Win.
Webb, south 74 degrees, west 162 perches
to a black oak, thence by laiul of Thoa. Say,
south sixteen degrees, east twenty perches
to a chestnut, thence by lend of Chas. Hull,
south eight degrees and a half, east three
hundred and sixty-two perches to a post,
thence by land of Jno. Brady, north seventy
eight degrees, east one hundred and thirty
perches to an Ash, north twelve degrees,
west eighty perches to a while oak and
north seventy-eight degrees, east eighty per
ches to the place of beginning, containing
Four hundred and eighteen Acres, ami al
lowance of six per cer.t. for roads, &o.—
Another of them called TROV; beginning
at a post, thence by land of Jeremiah Jack
son north twelve degrees, west four hun
dred and ten perches to a post, thence by
land of W. P. Brady, south seventy-eight de
grees, west eighty perches to a white oak,
south IweliDdegrees, east eighteen perches
to an ash, sonlh seventy-eight degrees, west
one hundred and thirty perches to a post,
thence by land of John Reese, south twelve
degrees, east two hundred and sixty-three
perches to a poet, thence by land of Thomas
Brook, north seventy-eight degrees, east
twenty perches to a chestnut, oak, south
twelve decrees, east lorty-one peiohes to a
Black oak, ihetice by the same and laud of
John Wild, norih seventy-eight degrees,
ea-t one hundred and six perches to a black !
oak, sou'h twelve degrees, east twenty-five
perches to a while oak, and 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,
for roads, &c., and the other of 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
i-hes to a chestnut tree, thence by lands of
Thomas Say & Jesse Bu Id, south seventy
four degrees, west one hundred and eighty
eight perches to a post, thence by land ol
Thomas Bellas, south fifty-five degrees, east
eighty-nine perches to a chestnut oak, thence
t>y the same and iand of John Longenberger,
south cue hundred and eighty-eight perches
to a chestnut oak, thence by land of the said
John Longenberger, south aeventy-six de
grees and a quarier. west one hundred and
twenty-four perches to a post, south sixteen
degrees and a quarier, erst one hundred and
four perches to a chestnut tree, and thence
by land of John Beese, 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 and
three quarters, and allowance of six per
cent, for roads, &o.
Seized taken in execution and to be aold
as the property ol Jacob Loose.
At the same time and place, all that cer
tain lot of ground situate in Centreville, Cen
tre township, Columbia County, bounded
and described as follows, :o wit: On the
north by lite main road leading from Blooms
burg to Berwick, on the east by lot ot John
Creasy'a heirs, on the south by lot of Henry
Miller, on the west by an Alley, containing
Eigbty-two feel in front and one hundred
and eighty-two feet deep be the same more
or less, wherrotl is erected a one and a half
Frame Dwelling House,
with the npputtenanoos.
Seized and taken in extculion as the prop
erly of Henry Lowman.
At the same time and place, nil the de
fendant's interest in all that certain lot of i
ground, situate in Orangeville, Orange town
ship, Columbia county, containing one third
of an acre be it some more or less, bounded
on the west by main street of said town, on
the north by a lot of Adam Sheyner, on the
east by lot of Henry Slitter, and on the south
by lot of Allred Howell, whereon is erected
a two story frame DWELLING HOUSE,
with the appertenences.
Seized and taken in execution as the prop
erty o( William Raber.
CONDITIONS or SALT.—' Ten per cent, of the
purchase money must be paid at the striking
down of the property, and the remainder
in the following Thursday morning.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 27, 1854. ]
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
Administration upon .the estate ol Charles
Sterling, late of Hemlock township, Colum
bia county, deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned residing in Hemlock town
ship. All persons indebted to the estate are
requested to make payment without delay,
Hnd those having accounts against the estate
to present them for settlement to
Hemlock, Jan. 18, 1855. Administrator.
HAVE ioet received and opened their sto<k of merchandize for Fall and Winter rales,
which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assortment now
offered in thisTOWN? Having paid great attention to the selection of tneir entire stock,
as <o price and quality, they flatlet themselves that they can compete with the tkcopett,
and all ihese wishing to buy cheap, can pare money by firing us a call. We have all
kinds of Goods aud Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large lot of
French mcrinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de bages, poplins, paraffletta cloths,
mohair lustres, muslin de laines, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c.
WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Sieves. Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs
Bouncings,.bands and trimmings, laces and edgings, honiret ribbons, in lars variety, vel
vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread strives, mohair mitts, &c.,
All kinds of SHAWLS, hrocfce, Bay State, Waterville, black silk, cashmere. Embroder
ed, Ac. Also a very large assortment of cloths, eassimers, eallineils, vesting*, (weeds;
jeans, beaver cloths, coating velvet, &o.
We have a large assortment ol Hats and Caps of latest fashions. We have also hard
ware, Queensware, Cedarware, &c. Very cheap carpets, carpet bags, floor, table and car
riage oil cloths, mats rugs, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, towelings,
drillings. &c., in abundance.
We invite our friends and the public generally (o give us a call before purchasing pi e
where. We have bought our goods at Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by
anybody, or the rest of mankind.
Bloomsburg, October 28, 1855.
S3 3. ma CBJ m jjDa?a&fl£FuasEiss3 c£S <Z2<3D #
In the Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. Tbey have on hand a large and
full iu4oriaioul of
of all sorts and sizes, that the present enligh'ened age knows any thing about. Of Pants
and Vests thev have every cr.lor of the rainbow, besides some black, blue, grey, striped
and fancy ; Vests of satin, silk, bufl, casimere, marseilles, linen and worsted of all fash
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
man's dress goods ; Huts, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Rags and Umbrellas ; and
They have UnAersleves, Spenrers, Collars, lligalette, Gloves, Mitts, I.atlies'a bead-bgi
Handkerchiefs, &c., &o. Also Jewelry and Notions, sach 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.
Xf Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court honse.
Bloomsburg, May 18th 1854. S. DREIFUSS, & Co.
Now Fall and Winter Clothing.
INVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fashionale vlotliing at his store oo Mark si
street, two doors above the "American House," where be has a full assortment ul in n
and boy's wearing apparel, including
Box, sack, frock, gum and oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, pants of all colors, shale
stripes and figure, vests, Blurts, cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspends
and fancy articles.
N. B. " lie will also make to order any article of clothing at very short notice and in
the best manner. All his clothing is made to I rear, and most of it is of home manufac
Blnnmsburg, May 16th 1854-3 m.
No. 26 South Fourth street, have on hand
a large assortment ot PATENT SALAMAN
Bank Vaults and Iron Doors for Banks and
ctores. •
FAHIIi AN K S si Co.—
GenflSinen:—\V* lake much pteasure in rec
ommending your FIRE PROOF SABES to
merchants and others, who may desire to
purchase, with a view to the preservation of
their Books and other valuables. The Safe
we purchased of von, tnd manufactured by I
EVANS & WATSON, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
remained in the fire at the burning of our
store until the entire stock was consumed, |
the heat being intense, as you may suppose
as there wert) about seventy barrels of liquor '
in the store, besides some seventy thousand
pounds of tags 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 s'reet wharf.
Please send as another of your best Safes, I
of the same size, for our future use, and o
bl'Se ft. W. W. ISAAC,
No. 91 Light street wharf, Baltimore
Bti.TNIOITE, MD., May 17, 1854.
tlemen :—lt gives us much pleasure to bear
testimony to the excellence of your Fire
Proof Sales. The one I .'purchased of yon,
manufactured by Messers. Evans & Wat
son, Philadelphia, Pa., saved my books and
valuable papers, when everything else in
the house was destroyed by fire, on the
morning of the 14th ins*., at No. 116 Light
street wharf. _ R- P- WILMS.
BALTIMORE MD;, May 17, 1854.
Patent Slate Refrigerators, Seal and Letter
Copying Presses, Fairbanks' Platform and
Counter Scales. _ , .
Sole Agency for Bullerworth's, Bettley's,
Yales' and Jones' Patent Powder Proof Bank
Below are the names of a few gentlemen
and Public Insti'.utors who have our S#tes,
in use. Hundreds more can be given :
Farmers & Mechanics Bank Philadelphia
12 Safes;
U. S. Mint, " '
U. B, Arsenal, five Safes California 3 in
State Treasurer Trenton, N. J.
Penn'a. R. R. Co., I'hila'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, Johnstown
Bryan, Gardner. Alloona, Pa.
Gen. A H.Wilson, Huntingdon, Pa.
McKelvy, Neal & Co.; bloomsbuigt "
Geo. Weaver, do
Caleb Barton. do
Philadelphia, August 31 1854-ly.
Cure Your Cough,
A SLIGHT COLD, accidentally acquired,
through neglect or improper treatment,
may result in that worst of all diseases, con
sumption, Iherelore be advised in time, and
procure at once a bottle of ibis valuable pre
paration. It is pleasant to the taste, and has
no narcotic in its composition, and can be
taken wi'.h perfect safety. *
The wids spread reputation which this
preparation has obtained as a cough medi
cine, is a sure guarantee of its usefulness in
all diseases ol the throat and lunge, and all
who use it will be certain to obtain relief.—
For sale by all the storekeepers in ibis, and
adjoining counties, and wholesale by the
proprietor. I- L. RITTKR,
No 7 South Front at., Philadelphia.
Jan. 28,1855.-
60,000 GIFTS VALUED AT 860.000.
Tickets $1 each.
Announces that he has projected a series of
Si IFT CONCERTS, to the pattons of which
lie will distribute by lot 60,000 valuable gifts
j or premiums.
; Tne conceits will be given at Bloomsburg,
Danville, and such oilier towns where a suf
ficient .lumber of the patrons of the enter
prise reside. The times and places will be
announced in subsequent bills. Each ticket
will entitle the bolder to two admissions to
| the concerts, and one of the following prizes
| or premiums:
i One three story Brick Hotel in Bloomsburg,
I opposite theCouft-house, now occupied by
I Ex-Sheriff Billmyer, valued at ¥IO,OOO
One large tuPo-story brick dwelling-house,lot
! and out-build>ngs, on Main Street of
| Bloomsburg 5,000
One lu-o story briek dwelling house and lot
| on Main Street of Bloomsburg 4,800
, One two story brick dwelling house and lot
on Main street of Bloomsburg 3,000
One two story Irame dwelling house and lot
oil Main street of Bloomsburg 2,000
One two story frame dwelling house and lot
or. Main street of Bloomsburg 1,800
Two itvo story brick dwelling houses on
Centre street of Bloomsburg, ekch 1,600
One two story fiume dwelling bouse and lot
on Main street ol Bloomsburg l,6"0
One two story frame dwelling hou j e and
lot on Main street of Bloomsburg 1,000
Eight comer lots on Centre street oi Blooms
burg. each 8450 8,600
Six middle lots on Centre street of Blooms
burg, each 8400 2,409
Two buggies, each 8200 400
Two buggies, each 8180 360
Two bougies, each $l7O 340
Ten Gold patent lever watches, SIOO 1,000
Twenty Gold detached lever watches,
each S6O 1,200
Twenty Gold cylinder escapement
watches, each 850 1,000
15 Gold lepim watches, each 850 750
50 Silver lever watches, each 825 1,250
50 double barrel shot guns, each S2O 1,000
10 " " " 816 160
10 Rifles, each 814 140
10 Allen's revolvers, each sl2 120
10 Colt s revolvers, each S2O 200
20 paiis pistols each $2 40
1000 Gold pencils, each $3 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
The money received for the sale of lhe
tickets will be paid over to John K. Grotz,
to be deposited by him in the Bank of Dan
ville, to the credit of the projector, lor the
security of the ticket holders.
1 When the tickets are all sold notice will
be given in the public prints for the ticket
holders to meet at some designated time and
place, to choose a Committee who shall dis
tribute the gifts as the shareholders shall de
REFERENCES as to the above properly:
William Snyder, Robert F. Clark Esq., R.
B. Menagh, R. W. Weaver Esq., or Rob
ert B. Arthur, Bloomsburg, Columbia coun
ty, Pa.
All orders for tickets must be addressed,
post-paid, money enclosed, to E. Uiinngst,
. Bloomsburg, Columbia county Pa., and the
tickets will be promptly forwarded to any
Mr C. F. Knapp will act as general cor
responding agent at Bloomsburg for the pro
Bloomsburg, Nov. 22, 1854.—6 m.
DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss. Bog
Juconett Mull, Cambric, Swiss Muslin
Bishop Lawns, sale Bard Muslin just receiv
ed at the Store of
I ESSENCE OK COFFEE. For sale at the
, oheap store of EVANS, & AI'PLIiMAN.
By the hundred for sale at '.hit offioa.
199 Market Street, three doors below F/lh,
■3 KSPKCfFULLV announce 10 the Pro
A *' tension and Students at Law, that titer
keep always on band a well selected stock
of Law Bonks, comprising the beet Treati
ses extant in every department of law, whiott
lliey will sell sell as cheap, if net cheaper,
lhar. any other bouse in this city or New
Vork. Ileitis did publishers of several val
uable works, they ate possessed of such In
cilttiea in obtaining their stock as to enable
them to sell their books at very low prions.
KA\ & lIROI HER have the agency t
the sale of Harris' Pennsylvania Slate dis
ports, for the eastern counties of the State
1. Purdon's Digest of the Laws of IVnn
sylvania, Irom 1700 to 1853, by
Stroud and Brightly, new and Bth edi
tion, in one convenient volume, Bro.
Price #3.00.
2. Sergeant fc Hawle's Supreme Court
Ueports, 17 vols,
j 3. Penrose & Watt's Supreme Court Re
ports. 3 vols.
| 4. Watte' do do 10 vols.
I 5. " & Sergeants' do do a vols,
j 6. Harris' Slate Reports, 8 vols
7. Brightly'* Nisi Prim Reports, 1 vol.
8. Miles' Reports of the District Court of
Philadelphia. 2 vols.
9. Baldwins' IT.l T . S.Circuit Court Reports,
1 vol.
10. Chief Justice Marshall's Circuit Curio
Decisions, 2 vols.
11. Sergeant on the Laud Laws, of f'ann'i,
1 vol.
12. Sergeant ott Foreign Attachment id
k*mtr a , 1 rol.
13. Sergeant on the Lien Law of Penn'a
1 vol. '
14. Duane on the Law of Landlord & Ten
ant, 1 vol.
15. Dnane on the Road Laws in Penn'a,
1 v.ol.
16. Brightly on the Law of Costs, I vol.
17. Uraydon's Forms—new and 4ih edi
lion, I vol,
18. Hood on the Law of Executors, 1 vol.
19. Roberts' Digest of British slalu'e* in
force in Pennsylvania—2d edition,
1 vol.
20. Smith & Reed's Laws of Pennsylvania,
commencing 14ih Oct. 1700, lOvols
The Blh, 9th and lo.lt volumes sold
21. Pamphlet Laws.—-The complete acts
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
and 2d edition, 1 vol.
23. Wharton's Precedents Indictments,
1 vol.
24. Morris on the Law of Replevin in (lis
United States, 1 vol.
25. Binns'Justice—new and sth edition,
1852 —By F. C. Brightly Esq.—| vol.
26. Troubat on the Law of Limited Part
nership in the United States, 1 vol.
27. Tronbat and Halve' Practice, new and
third edition In 2 thick volumes •
vo, of over 1700 pages.
28. Brightly's Piwdou's Annual Digest for
1854, price 50 cents.
Wharton and"Stille's American Medical Ju
risprudence, 1 vol. royal 8 vo.
Wharton on the American Law ol Homi
cide, with Ueports of Cases, 1 vol,
royal Bvo.
Burton's Compendium of the Law of Real
Properly, with copious American An
notations, 1 vol. royal Bvo.
A new Digest of the Laws of the United
Slates, on the plan of Pardon's Di
gest of 1853, 1 vol. imperial 8 vo.
Sergeants' Mechanics' Lien Law, new edi
tion .
The Pennsylvania Form Book
CV See Kay & Brother's Catalogue of
Law Publications lor particulars:
13?" Orders or letters of inquiry rout the
country promptly attended to
August 17th, 1854.—1y
•oFhtf magazine of THE AUK.''
The new volume (the sth), commencing
January. 1855, is to be the best yet issued.
The most distinguished writers in the coun
try are enlisted.
" This Monthly is getting continually a
stronger and stronger hold upon the public
regard. * * It is rapidly becomings lead
er ol public sentiment."— Norwich Examiner.
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amusing articles by talented writers, which
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rusing them."— Westchester QaZette.
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The series including Curtis, Bayard, Low
ell. Prof. Liebet, Ellsworth, Bryant, Kimball,
Rev. Dr. Vinton, Dr. Hawks, Rev. Dr. Biiril,
Longfellow, Kennedy, Simms, Mitchell. &o.
N. B. The portraits will be continued in
every second number, or oftener.
The New Volume of the Magazine com
mences under the boat possible auspices.—
Its position is now assured. Two years have
demonstrated the exient ol its circle of
Iriends, 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
i remotest degree offensive to propriety or
good taste defaces these pages, and the
üblent talent is secured to make a Magazine,
which, for variety ol interest, and excellence
of tone, shall be surpassed by no similar
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sure the Public that their motto is still on
ward, and that every year's experience will
enable them more lully to deserve the favor
which they so gratefully acknowledge.
Price #3 per annum. The 4 Vols, pub
lished may sfill be had.
Jan 4, 1855.
NOTICE ia hereby given that letters of
ndminialration upon the estate of Will
iam Biown, late ol Scott township, Colum
bia aounty deceased, have been granted to
the undersigned residing in Blonmaburg.
All persons indebted to said decedent are
requested to make payment without delay,
, and those having accounts againat tbe estate
I to present them for payment to
Administrator. '
1 Bloomsburg, Dec. 16th, 1854 —6t

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