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GOOD NEWS FOR BAD WRITERS!!! For Young Men Going into Business! LADIES, CHILDREN, AND SCHOOLS, You ca.l now obtain; for the first time in the world, a practical handwriting, adapt ed to business or correspondence, with as much certainty as a child learns to walls; artdVithout, nearly as well as with the aid of a master! MicLAunitv's Currents Calamo s(Rapid Per.) System puts this necessary art in the power of all, WITHOUT MISTAKE! 'By a Series of Manual Gymnastic Exercises, 'entirely new in their design, it takes the chain off the hand, arm and fingers, makes the l.ar.d perfectly at hnmo nil paper, and 'combinesthe element of Rapidity with beau ty of Execution, lit agin* a REVOLUTION in lbs ART of WRITING ! Snch as lias tiev cr before taken placy, ant! will qualify thou sands of young men for good positions us book keepers, accountants, and copyists, who have failed to lern to write well under every other system. It is equally adapted to teaching a rapid and eley.iint laities' hand. j.— Self Instruction Stria nf Books —The es sential cour.-e of this Series consists ol MAC LAURLVS System of ManualUymnaa'ic ex ercises, in five numbers, accompanied by a Rook of Instiucticm, six books in all, togeth er wi.h six of the MacLautin Pens and a holder, put up in one package, and seul to any port of the U. S. by mail, with the post age paid, at one Dollar. The larget Course is the same as the pre ' reding, augmented by the Scries of six round and fine-hand Copy-Book- and u blank ex ercise Ruled Book, lor additional practice, making thirteen books in all, with pens and instruction Bonk, at Two Dollars. The book, containing a lull Exposition of the System, with Directions,will be sent sep arate to any one ordering it and including a postage stump and twelve and a hall cents. 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MucLaurin's Round-Hand Copy Books, in two parte, price 25 cents ; ami Mac-Laurie's Series ol Fine-Head Copy Bonks, in four parts,'price 50 cents, are nuw ready. The above twelve bonks constitute Mac- Lauriu's complete Series. Ptice one dollar end fifty cents for the set. Ill— MucLaurin's Twenty-Four Writing Tablets, for children in Families and Pri mary Schools, GJ cents each ; sen! by mail in packages of 6, 12, or 24, containing the Big Exercises on stiff boards, lor pen, pen- i oil or style. Just the tiling for amusing and instructing the child at the same time ; com- ; billing the toy and the book ! CLLAS B. NORTON, Publisher, 71 Chamber St, N. Y. Feb. 8. 1855. - 1 The Weekly Herald. The Best General Newspaper in the World. THE NEW YORK WEKKLV HKIIARD is pub lished every Saturday A! irning. Its contents i embrace all the news of the g'eat events o! 1 the day.reportsotYneelings,ol lite Stale Leg islature. and ol Congress; important public documents; European and home conespon deuce; financial and commercial informa tion, and editorials of general interest, that have appeared in the New York Daily Herald. It is i.eatly printed, in clear type, una large double quarto sheet of tort) -eight col umiie—a book—a directory in nsell—and torms one ol the best and most valuable weekly newspapers in the world. The great- | est care is taken to obtain the latest and inn.-t I -reliable intelligence ol important movements in all parts oi the world. No expense is i spared for ibis purpose. The subscription prioe is three dollars per ! annum, payable in advance, or sixpence per single copy. Editors of newspapers though ' out theccuutiy are put ticutarly tequated to act I otogenic, 'lhey will receive twenty five perj cent commission on alt ca..hsubscriptions. Any person obtaining five or more subscribers will be allowed the -ame commission. . TERMS TO CLUBS. For I copy of Weekly Herald tor 1 year, S3 00 Five copies, do do 11 25 j Ten do i!o 22 50 ! Fifteen do do 33 75 1 Twenty do do 45 00 | Twenty-five do do -56 25 [ Thirty do do 67 50 [ Thirty-five do do 78 75 Forty do do 90 Oo j Forty-five do do 101 50 ; Fifty do do 1 12 50 ' New York, Feb. 8, 1854. Executor's Notice. TXTOTICE is hereby given that letters testa ■sw meutury upon the tstuie of Christian Kendeg, late of Orange township, Columbia county, deceased, have been granted to the j Undersigned, residing in Oiangeville. All persons indebted to the estate are requested j to make payment without delay ; and those having accounts against the estate to present them lor settlement to JACOB D. KLINE, Orangeville, Feb. 5, '55 -6w. Executor. Executor's Notice. I\]OTICE is hereby given that letters testa mentary upon the esiuie of William Clayton, late of Franklin township, Colum bia County, dee'd, have been gtan'.ed to the j undersigned, residing in Franklin township > All persons indebted to the estate are re- i 'quested to make payment without delay, and those having accounts against the estate ■to present them for settlement to THOMAS CLAYTON, SAMUEL ENT, Franklin, Feb. 5, 1855,-dw. Executors. Valentines! Valentines!! Sentimental, Comic, Fancy, Plain and a great variety of choice valentines, prepara- | lory to the memory of St. Valentine—l4th of February—just received and for sale cheap at the Bloomsburg Book Store. Feb. 1,1855. JOS. SWARTZ. N OTTCIEY ALL persons indebted to the subscribers on bond note or book account are requested to make pavmenl on or before the first of April next WM. McKELVY & CO. & McKELVY, NEAL& CO. Bloomsburg, Jan. 28, 1855. " CAUTION! ALL persons are hereby cautioned against purchasing from F. B. Dodson a note of (iand against nie for SIOO, dated the 4th of August, 1854, as I have a just and legal de fence lo the said note, and will not pay it unless compelled by luw. WM. LUNI*. Kisbitigcreek, Jan. 10, 1855—3t. Houses lor Rent! TWO or three dwelling bouses can bo rented by application at this office. I ANNUAL STATEMENT, I or THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES or Columbia County, for tile Year 1851. r "pilE Auditors elected to settle and ad just the public accounts of Columbia County, Itavo examined the same from the second day of January, 1854, 10 the first day ol January, 1856, and respect fully lay before the Honorable Judges of tho Courts of Common Pleas the follow ing statements and reports, agreeably to the 22d section of an Act of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth, passed the i4ill day of April, A. D„ 1834 : JOIIN.DUAK, Esq., Treasurer of Co lumbia County, in account with said County. • DR. Dols. Cts. To ain't of taxes outstanding for 1853 & previous years, 5890 31 To ballance received of Sam uel Cre#sy t late Treasurer, 1120 40 To cash ree'd on judgment of Joshua lirink, 04 00 To cash on recognizance of : Simon Lazarus, 65 00 To cash Irani Derr for old 'Plank. 6 50 To cash Joseph Reader, laud redeemed, 3 58 To cash Jesse fl. Clark for use of Court House, 5 00 To cash County lax asecssd for the year 1854, 0885 20 To cash ten days' assessment, 10 79 To cash County tax on un seated land, 198 08 To caih road tax on unsealed land, 336 53 To cash school tax on un seated land, 139 41 To cash Poor t.x on unseat ed land, 60 09 To cash on John Bullion's Judgment, 50 00 To cash fine of George Van sickle, 25 00 To cash tax of E. Albcrlson which had been exonerated, 05 To cash on Brink's recogni zance, 93 56 | To cash Jury fees and fines of Jacob Eyer'y, 24 00 To cash Jury fees and fines of John Snyder, 115 00 To cash county tax on sealed land, 68 03 To cash road tax on seated land, 4 94 To cash school tax on sealed land, 3 94 To cash poor tax on seated m land, 3 9 4 To cash fine &i cost of Peter Billinyer, 65 00 Total, • 15283 6f CR Dols. Cts. By error in lax of do taxes nuislandin]pbr (er ror) 1818, 21 74 By tax i s outstanding for 1854 and previous years, 5452 98 By commissions allowed dur ing the year, 328 93 By Exonerations allowed dur ing lite year, 134 51 By coUQly orders redeemed, 8868 78 do Commission, 260 06 do Balance due county, 193 24 Total, $15203 01 Rood and Bridge Views. Dol. Cts. Amount paid sundry persons for road and bridge views, 178 00 Rridge Contracts. Dol. Cts. John S. Sterner Si Co. bridge at Bloom, 2275 00 Satit'l Jacoby bridge at Centre, 470 00 do do extra work do 20 00 Samuel Laudback, Btiarcreek, 240 00 'lra Sanders, Wesicreek, 200 00, Joint Ent, Orange, 50 00 Total, $3255 00 Bridge Repairs. Dol. Cis. Amount paid sundry persons for repairs, $230 06 Rooks. Dul. Cis. One PurJon's Digest, 5 00 Freight on books, 1 25 One set Assessment Books, 26 00 Blank books, 11 95 One set Assessment Books, 26 00 Freight on books, 25 Total, S7O 45 District Attorney. Dol. Cts. F. C. Thompson, 4 50 R. F. Clark, . 30 00 Total, 843 50 Commonwealth Costs. Dol. Cts. Amount paid sundry persons ss witnesses &c-, 190 00 Election Expenses. Dol Cts. Spring Election, 212 34 Notifying Officers Elected Sic., 96 20 Fall Election, 281 80 Constables attending elections Sir. 25 00 Total, $615 34 Assessors' Pay. Dol. Cts. Paid to tho different Assessors for making the Spring assess ment, 261 40 Constables' Returns. Dol Cts. Return to Feb. term, 31 27 do May do 28 59 do Sept- do 21 $2 do Dec, do 18 02 Total, $lO3 37 Jurors' Pay. Dol. Cts. Grand St traverse jurors Feb. term 287 09 do do do May do 253 57 j 0 do do Sept. do 331 25 j 0 do do Dec. do 264 71 Total. sll3O 61 Tip Staves. Dol. Cts February Term, '0 00 May do 11 00 j September do 12 00 [ December do 300 I Total, * 36 Court Cryer. Dol. Cts. Moses Cofftnan Feb. Term, 8 00 do do May do 800 do do Sept. do 12 00 do oo Dec. do 10 00 Total. S3B 00 Inquests. Dol. Cts. Inq'st on body of W: H. Jackway, 19 87 do do Wm. Jones, 16 90 do do Jos. Herring, 19 00 do do John Lower, 19 87 do do Cltus. Sterling, 16 62 Total, SB9 26 Sheriffs^Bill. Dol Cts Jno. Snyder boarding prisoners, notifying Jurors Sic. 217 01 Conveying Gensil to the House of Kcluge, 85 00 Total, $302 01 County Buildings. Dol. Cts. Coping stone Sl cuttiug the same, 30 50 Putting up fence, 59 02 Sundry other repairs, 131 70 Paid Bailing Committee balance of s2soo—as per act of As sembly of 1847, 251 22 Total, $482 04 Printing Dol. Cts. Amount paid R. VV. Weaver, 90 50 do do J. M. Snyder, 51 50 do do Levi L. Tate, 93 50 do co Cltas. Cook, 200 Total, $240 60 Incidental. Dul. Cts. Ain't paid sundy persons for ar ticles used in and about the Court House, 34 47 Cleaning Court House. Dol. Cis. Paid Ann Lontf fur cleaning tho Court House one year, 11 50 Tax Refunded. Dol Cif Amt. overpaid on duplicate of Locust, 1853, 20 Amt. overpaid on duplicate of Benton, 1851, 1 00 Ami. overpaid on duplicate of Mifilin, 1853, 1 59 Ami. overpaid on duplicate of Beaver, 1851, 4 90 Road tax on unseated land in Jackson 1851-2, 16 00 School tax on unseated land in Locust 1852-3, 53 57 Rond tux on unseated land in Fishingcreck 1852-3, 18 41 Road tax on unseated land in Greenwood 1852-3, 3 21 Total, S9B 94 Attorney Fcee. Del Cts John G. Freeze, 60 00 Win. G. Hurley, 10'00 Total, S7O 00 Road Damages. Dol Cts N. P. Moore, Benton, 10 00 Mary Eves, Madison, ' 75 00 A. A.Kline, Benton, 3 00 ; Abraham Marz, Briercreek, 75 00 ! Wm, Howell, Ml Pleasant, 25 09 j Harriet Buckalew,'Benton, 20 00 j Total, S2OB 00 Fuel. Dul Cis Coal Si wood for court house & jail 61 77 j Prothonotary. Dol Cta Jacob Eyerly as per bills, 225 90 I Auditor's Pay. Dol Cts I R. B. Aitliur, " 7 50 j Isaac Davis, 7 50 I J tct/b Harris, 7 50 j Total, $22 50 j Register's Fees. Dol Cts | J. G. Clark registering deaths <fcc. 13 80 ' Insurance. Dol Cts Lycoming Insurance Company Assessment No. 10, 16 11 Fox Scalps. Dol Cts Amount paid different persons, 99 71 Postage Dol Cts Paid P. Unanget one year's postage 3 05 Commissioner's Deeds. Dol Cst J. Doalt for Commissioner's deeds 66 01 j • Commissioners' and Clerks' Pay. Dol Cts Antlrew Freas, 140 50 Joint Keifer, 126 50 Irani Derr, 145 50 Wm. J. lkeler, 15 00 Daniel Lee (Cletk.) 300 00 Tola!, itn 50 Total amt. of expenditures, $8929 'JO Taxes outstanding anil Uncollected. County State. 1850 SamUel Appleman, Sugarlnaf, 159 973 1851 J. W. Warner, Madison, 23 62 John Ale, Mount Pleasant, 23 40 48 60 | Nelson Kilo, Sugarloaf, 727 363 I 1852 J B. Mosleller, Bnercreek, 391 90 105 01 j Wtn.J lkeler, Mounlpleasant 74 73 11 84 Peter Dayman, Orange, 24 20 47 81 1853 I=aac Luubach, Benton, 92 94 123 13 i Samuel Johnson, Beaver, 48 36 D. A. Bowman, Centre, 123 49 41 66 j D. It. Ablertson, Fishingcreek 145 42 93 76 Wm. Maiher, Greenwood, 201 45 40 77 Jarnes Yocum, Jackson, 557 478 William Welliver, Madison, 21 88 70 51 David Demon, Ml Pleasant, 18 52 904 Jacob Ainwine, Montour, 107 98 51 15 Peter Dayman, Orange, 201 87 88 36 John Legget, Pine, 97 93 33 86 .Montgomery Cole, Sugarloaf. 16 27 39 50 1854 Samuel Cnxe, Beaver, 123 74 21 52 Lewis Dietleriek, Brian-reek, 221 13 184 79 B. F.Dartrnau, Bloom, 406 TO 112 95 Richard Stiles, Benton, 174 04 146 62 Abram Erwitto, jr., Centre, 272 56 8 54 Jacob Gerrsil, Caitawlssa, 137 35 24 26 D. U. Albertsou,Fishingcreek 285 21|505 87 Sain'l Gillaepie, Greenwood, 266 68 182 61 David Smith, Demlock, 162 03 23 76 Abraham Manuing, Jackson, 50 36 43 57 Jacob Stine, Locust, 175 40 52 61 William Flyer, Madison, 220 80 198 61 Lewis Flckroih, MifHiii, 183 13 37 03 Michael Gruver, Maine, 178 01 419 83 M. K. Appleman, Ml Pleasant 92 77 37 36 Jacob Artiwine, Montour, 222 33 19 49 Benj. Dayman, Orange, 272 69 152 8t Joseph Shoemaker, Pine, 73 88 26 02 Michael F'edderofl, H. Creek,! 864 457 George Sloan, Scott, 227 07 153 29 Wm. Mosleller, Sugarloaf, I 93 46 67 08 $5452 98 <2769 88 We, the undersigned Auditors of the coun ty of Columbia, being duly elected to adjust and settle the account ol the Treasurer and Commissioners, have carefully examined the accounts and vouchers of the same from tho second day of January, 1854, to the first day of January, 1855, do certify that we find them correct, as set forth in the foregoing statement, and that we find a balance due the county, in the hands ut John Doak, Esq., Treasurer of said county, of one hundred und ninety three dollars and twenty-lour cents, and a balance of county taxes out standing and unsettled amounting to five thousand four hundred and seventy-four dol lars and eeventy-two cents. Given under our hands this third day of January, A. D., 1855. ISAAC DAVIS, 1 JACOB HARRIS, 1 Auditors. PAVID YEAGER, ) Attest, DANIEL LEE. We, the undersigned Commissioners of the county of Columbia, do certity that the fore going is a correct Huicmenl ol the accounts of said county lor the your A. D., 1854. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands at'Blooinsburg this third day of January, A. D., 1855. JOHN KIEFER, 1 IUAM UKRR. } Comm'rt. WM. J IKELER, ) Attest, J NO. C. FRUIT. Feb. 8, 1856. C3T2'o Persons out of Employment sri Agcntti Wanted In Every Section of the United States. The most Elegant and Useful Vol. of the ' Year. SEARS' GREAT WORK OR RUSSIA. JUST published, an Illustrated Description o! the Russian Empire. Being a Physi cal and Political History ol its Gov ernments ar-d provinces, Productions, Re sources, Imperial Government, Commerce, Literature, Educational Means, Religion, People, Manners, Customs, Antiquities,' etc , from the latest and most authentic sources. Embellished with about 200 Engravings,and Maps of European and Asiatic Russia. The whole complete in one large octavo volume ol about 700 pages, elegantly uud eubstaiui ally bound. Retail ptice, S3. This work has been several years in pre paration, and will, it is believed, meet in the fullest accep.ation ol the world, the want so universally fell lor reliable information oil the history and internal resources ol a rouu . occupying so lafgo a portion of the Eist er J n pje,""sphere and lioldingso lorniidable a portion at l.'\ > enl r li,£ 10 , ' r he ? f Europe und Asia; . h " of which for less .a known than of any u.lfer European nation. If , . Also, a deeply interesting Vo,- ,T,e , '' n tied "The Remarkable Adveiduietof Celco,'fltm | Persons," embracing the Romantic Incidents j and Adventures in the Lives of Sovereigns, Statesmen, Generals, Princes, Warriors, Travellers, Adventurers, Voyagers, &c. em inent in the History of Europe and America, including Sketches of over fifty celebrated heroic characters. Beautifully illustrated with numerous engravings. One volume 400 pages, royal 12mo. cloth, gilt. Price, $1 25. 'I he subscriber publishes a number of tnosl valuable Pictorial Books, very popular and of such a moral and religious influence that while gr oil men may salely engage in their circulation, they will coulet a public benefit and receive a fair compensation for their labor. To meu of enterprise and tact, this busi ness offers Hit opportunity for profitable em ployment seldom lobe triel with. Persons wishing to engage in their sale, will receive promptly by mail, a Circular containing full particulars, with ditecttons to persons disposed to act as Agents, together with terms on which tf.ev will be furnished, by addtessiog the subscriber, post puiil. ROBERT SEARS, PUBLISH KR, 181 William Street i\. Y. BU 81 NEBB I) I 11 EIT OttY . Bloomobnrg. JJa". HIRAM W. THORNTON. MERCHANT. —Store on the South side of Main Street, second square below Mar ket. DAVID LOWENBERG, CLOTHING STORE, on Main street, two doors above the 'American House." SIMON DREIFUSS, & Co. CLOTHING STORE in the 'Exchange Block,' opposite the Court house. EY ANS & APTLESIAN. MERCHANTS.— Store on the upper part of Main street, nearly opposite the Episcopal Church. t. c. sinvu, MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE AND CABINET WARE.—Warcro'om in Shive's Block, on Main Street. A. ill. lUTERT, rpINNEtt AND STOVE DEALER X Shop on South side of Main street, be low Market. JOSEPH BWARTZ. * BOOKSELLER. Storein the Ekchang 6 Block, first door above the Ex'ch'ang 6 Hotel. * R. W- WEAVER. ATTORNEY AT LAW.—Office on the first floor of the "Star" Building, on Main street. SHAKPLKBS & MELICK, * FOUNDERS AND MACHINESTS. Bui'd ingson the alley between the "Exchange and "American House." BARNA RFRTPEKT. TAILOR —Shap on the South Side of Main Street, first square below Market. MENDENDALL & MENSCH, MERCHANTS. —Store North West corner of Main and Market Streets. HIRAM C. HOWEIL STURGEON DENTIST.—Office near the Academy on Third Street. M'KELYY, NEAL TTCO^ MERCHANTS.— Northeast corner of Main and Market streets. SIIARPLEBB & MELICK, MANUFACTURES AND DEALERS IN STOVES, TINWARE &c.—Establish men! on Main street, next Duilding atbove he CoiiTl-honse. HEN R ¥ Z IIP PING EK , CLOCK and WATCHMAKER, south side of Main street, abovu the Railroad. Every kind of disorder in jewelled or oth er uewly invented Escapeme'ntk Ikilhfull re paired. P URDOT'S DI GEB T . ANY Justice of the Peace wishing to pur chase a copy of Purdon's Digest, nan ba accommodated by applying at he this office BISADY & EAULi: HOTEL, No- 139 North Third Nlreet. above ICace PHILADELPHIA. SAMUBL A. BRADV. GXTOROE H. BROWS. [June Bth 1854-ly. TO THOBE WANTING CHEAP. GOODS! HAVK just received and opened (herr stock of merchandize for Fall and Winter sales, which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST a.s°rtmm Inow offered in thisJTOWN! Having paid great attention to the selection of their errtire stock, as to price and quality, they flatlei themselves that they can compete with the sJwpest, and all those wishing to buy cheap, oan save money by giving; us a call. We have pit kitiili of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large lot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, French merinoes, Wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, debases, poplins, parametla cloths, mohair lustres, muslin d laiues, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, itc. WHILE GOODS OF AI.L KINDS. Sieves. Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs, flouncing*, bnnds and trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel vet ribbons, and braids, knl, cotton, and lisle tiirt-.ad gloves, mohair mills, &c., All kinds of SHAWLS, broche, Bay State, Watervdle, black silk, cashmere. Einbroder ed, &c. Also a very large assortment of cloths, cassimers, suttinslis, vesting*, tweeds; jeans, beaver cloths, coating velvet, &c. LOOTS AND SHOES', OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN AND CHILDREN. We have a large assortment ol Hals and Cups of latest fashions. We have also Hard ware, Queensware, Cedarwnre. &o. Very cheap carpets, carpet bags, floor, table and car riage oil cloths, mats rngs, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, towelings, drillings. &c., in abundance. We invite our friends and the public generally to givo us a call before purchasing el-o where. We have bought onrgoods at Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by anvbody, or the rest of tnairkind. Bluoinsburg, October 28, 1855. ££3 a ODEA asm.- HAVE RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING In the Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. They have on band a large and full assortment of FROCK, DRESS, BOX, SACK. GUM AND OIL CLOTH COATS, of all sorts and sizes, that the present enlightened age knows any thing about. Of Pants and Vests they have every or,lor ol the rainbow, besides some black, blue, grey, striped and fancv ; Vests of satin, silk, bufl, casimere, marseilles, linen and worsted of all fash ionable cuts and colors ; Working Pants and boys clothing. AIRP fine white, figured and striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Slocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle man's dross goods ; flats. Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and swat sessis aAiasos They have Undersleve's, Spencers, Collars, Riualetle, Gloves, Mitts, Ladies'a bead-bas Handkerchiefs, &c., &c. Also Jewelry and Notions, each 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 Aecordeons. Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Bldck" opposite the Court house. Bloomsburg, May 18th 1854. S. DREIFUSS, &i Co. New Fall and Winter Clothing. DAVID lOVfEITEEDrG w\\" T TES attention to his stock of cheap 3nd fashionale vlothing at his store ou Market A' , ' . tw -> doors above the "American HcttSe,"'where be has a full assortment of men and boy'* apparel, including ■ oox. sack, frock, gum and oil cloth coats of ■orL and sizes pantscf all colors, shawl, stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, slocks, Co.-af, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders aim laucy mH^e l 0 ot j er any article or cloi.hlng ai very BhcJrt notice and in the best manner. All bis clollndg is made to icear, and Tlipsl of u of home manufac ture. Bloomsburg, May 16th 1854—3 m. EVANS Jk WATSON, ' No. 26 South Fourth street, have on hand a large assortment ot PATENT SALAMAN DER FIRE and THIEF PROOF SAFES, I Bank Vaults and Iron Doors lur Banks and t'l'tlllV- GREAT FIRE LIGHT MBgfljlga STREET, BALTI^RMjiF". PHIS! iFiiiuhmiAN rl. 1 * %*■ FAIR BAN KS & Co.— Gentlemen:—We take much pleasure in rec ommending your FIRE PROOF SAFES to merchant and others, who may desire to purchase, with a view to the preservation of their Books and other valuables. Tl.ie Safe we purchased of vou, and manufactured by 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 were about seventy barrels of liquor iu ttie store, besides some seventy thousand pounds of rags 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 street wharf. Please send as another of your best Safes, of the same size, for our future uso, and o bli-'e R- w - W. ISAAC, • ° No. 91 Light afreet wharf, Baltimore BALTIMORE, MO., May 17, 1854. MESSRS E. & T. FAIRBANKS & Co.—Gen tlemen :—lt gives us much pleasure to bear testimony to the excellence of your Fire Proof Safes. The one I of yon, manufactured by Messers. Evans & Wat son, Philadelphia, Pa., saved my books and valuable paper's, when everything else in the house wa destroyed by fire, on the morning of the 14th in*'., at No. 116 Light street wharf. B. F. WiLi-la. BALTIMORE MO;, May 17,1854. Patent Slate Refrigerators, Seal and Letter Copying Presses, Fairbanks' Platform and Counter Scales. Sole Agency for Butterworlh'a, Bettley's, Vales' and Jones' Patent PowdeT Proof Bank Locks. I Below are the names of a few gentlemen and Public Inslitulors who have our Safes, in use. Hundreds more can be given : Farmers & Mechanics Batik Philadelphia 12 Safes: U. S. Mint, " ' U. is, Arsenal, five Safeh California 3 in Philapelplvia. Stato Treasnier Trenton, N. J. Penn'a. R. R, Co., Phila'd. 2 Safes. Philadelphia Wilmington St Baltimore R. R. Co., Philadelphia. Locust Mountain Coal St Iron Co , " Coal Run Improvement St R. R. Co., " Bell Garretaon St Co. Bankers, Hunting don, Pa., Bell, Smith St Co., Bankers, Johnstown Pa - Bryan, Gardner. St., Alloona, Fa. Gen. A H. Wilson, Huntingdon, Pa. McKelvy, Neal St Co.; bloomsbutgt " Geo. Weaver, do " Caleb Barton. do " Philadelphia, August 31 1854-ly. NEW ROUTE TO PHILA DELPHIA Cattawhsa, H'illiaoigport, and Eric &V'" -.3 Hall Road. OPEN TO MILTON. 84 hours between Pbil'a. and Millon. ON atid alter Monday, Sept. 25th, and unlirextension 10 VVilliainsporl, pass enger trains will be run every day (Sundays excepted) as follows : Leaving Milton at 11 A. M., connecting with Reading Rail Road, at Port Clinton, ar riving at Philadelphia at 7 30, P. M. Leaving Philadelphia, nt 7 30, A. M ; ar rive at Milton at 4 30 P. M. A Freight Train will leave Milton, on Monday, Wednesday St Friday, and Port Clinton on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, of each week. Freight is carried to and from Pliladelphia without transhipment, from Reading Rail Road Freight Depot corner of Broad and Cherry streets. T. McKISSOCK, Sept. 28,—ft 1854. I GRAM) GIFT ENTERPRISE AND CONCERTS. 60,000 GIFTS VALUED AT $60,000. Tickets 81 cacli. E. UNANGS T, Announces that he has projected a series of GIFT CONCERTS, to the patrons of which lie will diatribule by lot 60,000 valuable gilis ; or premiums. ! Ttie concerts wiil be given at Bloomsburg, Danville, and such other towns where a suf ficient .lumber of the patrons'of the enter prise reside. The times and places w ill be announced in subsequent bills. Each ticket will entitle the holder to two admissions to the concerts, and one of the following prizes i or premiums: ' One three story Brick Hotel in Bloomsburg, ! opposite the Court-house, now occupied by I Ex-Sheriff Biilmyer, valued ut SIO,OOO One large two-story brick dwelling-house,lot j and out-buildings, oil Main Street of I Bloomsburg 5 000 One two story brick dwelling house and lot ! on Main Street of Bloomsburg 4,800 One two story brick dwelling house and lot ) on Main street of Bloomsburg 3.00!) I One tVA o story frame dwelling house and lot I on Main street of Bloomsburg 2,000 One two story frame dwelling house and lot on Main street ol Bloomsburg 1,800 Two two story brick dwelling bouses on Centre street of Bloomsburg, each I_6oo One two story frame dwelling boase and lot on Main street of Bloomsburg 4,6"0 One two story frame dwelling house and lot on Main streeuof Bloomsburg 1,000 Eight corner lots on Centre street of Blooms burg. each $l5O 8,600 Six middle lots on Centra street of Blooms burg, each S4OO 2,JU9 Two buggies, each S2OO 400 Two buggte*) ea'h 160 360 Two buggies, each $l7O 340 Tun Gold patent lever walehos, SIOO 1,000 Twenty Gold delachejl lever watches, eaeh S6O 1,200 Ttventy Gold rylinder escapement watches, each SSO 1,000 15 Gold lepitu watches, each 850 750 I 50 Sdver lever watches, each $25 1,750 50 doubla barrel shot guns, each S2O 1,000 10 " " " sl6 160 10 Rifles, each sl4 140 10 Allen's revolvers, each sl4 120 10 Colt s revolvers, each S2O 200 20 paits pistols each $2 40 1000 Gold pencils, each $4 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 Music 3 099 The money received for the sale of the tickets will be paid over to Jobu 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. When tho tickets are alt sold notice will be given in the public prints for the ticket holders to meet at some designated lime and place, to choose a Committee who shall dis tribute the gifts as the shareholders shall de errniirw. REFERENCES as to the above property: William Snyder, Robert F. Clark Eso., jj. B. Menagb, 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. Uuangst' iiloornsburg, Columbia county Pa., and the tickets will be promptly forwarded to any address. Mr C. F. Knapp will net as general cor responding agent at Bloomsburg for the pro prietor. E. UNANGSP. Bloomsburg, Nov. 22, 1854 —6ns. DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss, Bog Jaconet! Mull, Cambric, Swiss Muslin Bishop Lawns, sain Bard Muslin just receiv ed at the Store of t MEN PENH ALL & MENSCH i ESSENCE OF COFFEE, For sale at the [ cheap store of EVANS, & APPLEMAN. EXCHANGE NEWSPAPERS By the hundred for sale at '.his office. i xsar&y s3P3oasxr 3 GREAT BARGAINS! pi IR A H W. TIIOttWTOM has taken the store lately kept by J. b. Sterner, on Main St., Bloomßourg,anu ofli rare bargains 10 the purchasing public. The present slock ha offers for the "dimes at prices 001 averaging above FIRST COS I, and he ia'ttbw engaged in replenishing lb* tiloc k frorn (lib uily with a Fresh Assortment of all Goods desirable f° r winter and spring. He has ev ery kin-" 1 Li'""®' dress goods, such •• silks, Aleri." ,De "i Delalries, debaze, Coburg cloth's and ilhnghams of every style and price. Among N "bile goods am embroi deries, lares, dri>® trimmings, liaudker eliiels and Cue muslins'. OF STAPLE Dx7TGOODS, he has bleiw'hed and brown •ouslins, checks, lable diapers, flannels, lickings', Alanehealer and Lancaster Ginghams, orasli an'd linens of all kinds, cloths cassimeres, vesting*, cotlou ade and imbn for pants, hosiery and groves, boots and shoes for ladies, men, misao*, boys and children, Hats and Caps, Glassware, Qneensware, crockery ware, hard ware, Groceries, Sonar, Mola.-ses, Coffee, Tea, Rice. Spices, tobacco, candles, and in short, every article usually kept in a co'un try siore, at ihe lowest prices. I3F Country prodtice taken in exchange for goods. January 18, 1855. SHEiW £BAI£2£IbIE W&I&1ZS 3 ix iiLoonsuinn. EPHRAIM ARMSTRONG I I AS lukeii charge of a new marble works *-*■ ai the corner of Main and Market St., ! lomnsLuig. heru the public can be served with Every kind of Harble Work, executed in die bc.A lyle of the Art, and at the lowest living prices. Thankful for pusl lavors, Mr. Aimstrong will execute all ordeis that may be left with him fur Tomb-stoncs, Tombs, illmiumeiHs, ! Donr and Window Sills, steps of marble or j sandstone, M.ir.ties, or any thing <rl-a in the | department of marble masonry. The stock I on hand and engaged consists of die best ITALIAN ANI) AHI ERIC AS MARIILE ; and LETTERING will be done in English or German. E. ARMSTRONG. BloOmsburg, Feb. 'l, lSf5. ClHli I WIIIJ tOIGII, or tiie isc or HITTER'S SYUUP OF TAR, WILD CHEIIRY. and WOOD NAPHTHA. A SLIGH T COLD, accidentally acquired, through neglect or improper treatment, may wait It in that worst of all diseases, con sumption, therefore be advised in lime, and procure at oure a bottle of ihis valuable pre ) parution. 'ft is'pleasant to,the taste, and has no narcoiiu in its composition, and rtui be taken wi'.h perfect safety. The wide spread reputation which this preparalion has obtained as a couch medi cine. is a sure guarantee of its usetuloess in all disea.ee o( die throat uud lungs, and all who use it will be certain to obtain relief.— For sale by all the siofekeopers in this, and adjoining counties, and wholesale by the proprlr'nr. I. L HITTER, No 7 ?omh Front st , Philadelphia, Jan. 28. 1855. fiioomsbarg P. Office Arraugemeuis. Hours for Mails io Close. Philadelphia Moil closes daily, except Sunday, ai 11 o'clock. A. M. Western Mail closes daily, except Sun day, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Wiikea-bafre Mail closes daily, except Sunday, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Mail for up Fishingcreek InCa'rabra leaves on Monday. WednesJay and Friday, at 6 o'clock, A. AI. Mail for Buckhorn, Jereeylown and While Hall leaves o.n Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday, at 7 AM. Mail for Millville and Chestnurgrove leaves nt 1 o'oloek, P. M., every Thursday. PHILIP UN ANGST, P. M. Bloomiburg, Doe. 12, 1854. Public Sale ! THERE will be sold at the residence of William Rupert, In Montour township, on Satuiday, Ihe lOlh of February, inst., at one o'clock, P. AI, the following person al property, to wit: One Horse, one Buggy? one truck wagon, one sleigh, two sets of harness, two fly-nets, one cutting-box, a I'eod-chest, a buffalo robe, a lot of hay, a turning lathe, three screw-cutters, a lot of augers, brace and b Is, bench serews, and a number ol other ariicles. PETER RUPERT. Alontou'r, Feb 3, 1855. NEW G AT MILL GKOVL! fTMIE subscriber has refilled his Grist- X Mill ol Mill Grove, neur Light Street, Columbia county, and is ready to do any and all kinds of grinding. He has three run of stones, and the Milt will work to geif cra-1 satisfaction. A competent miiier lias has charge of the establishment, and the palionuge of the public is respectfully so licited. THOMAS TRENCH. Mill Grove, Sept. 9, 1854. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICEi NOTICE is hereby given that letters of Adminisiration upon Ihe eslute ot Charles Sterling, late of Hemlock township, Colum bia county, deceased, have been granted lo the undersigned residing in Hemlock town ship. All persons indebted to the estate f> requested to ingke payment without delay, and those having accounts again;,! Ibeestatd to present theui (or to „ , , , ISAAC LEIDV,.. Hemlock, Jan-. 18, Uj3s. Admit.istiator. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. "IftJOTICE is hereby given that letters of 1M ad'.oinisiraiion upon the estate of Will iam Erown, late 0.1 Scott township, Colum bia county deceased, have been grunted to Die undersigned residing in Blooinsburg. All persons indebled lo said decedent aru requested to tnako payment' without delay, and those having accounts against the estaib to present ihetn for payment lo SAMUEL MENDENHALL, AdminislrdOr Bloomsburg, Dec. 16lh, 1854.—8 l ! BLANKS!! BLANKS!!! DEEDS, SUMMONS, , . % EXECUTIONS, SUBPOiNAS. and JUDGMENT NOTES; paper and de s : ra bi 0 f ormßj f O , gll | e th(J ot fice of the "<tt ar 0 f Hie North-" Hands Wanted! rpHE subscriber wishes to engage the ser- J- vices of a miller Compeieut to take charge of his grist mill at Mill Grove near Light Street, and also two laboring hand* Men with families will be preleired. The miller will be paid by the hionlh. Apply at Mill Grove, Columbia county, to ' Jan. 18, 1855. THOxMAS TRENCH,