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No. 26 Soatb Fourth street, have on hand a large assortment ot PATENT SALAMAN DER FIRE and THIEF PROOF SAFES, Bank VRUIIS and Iron Doors for Banks and Gentlemen:—Wß take much pleasure in rec ommending your FIRE PROOF SAFES to merchants and others, who may desire to purchase, with a view to the preservation o( their Books and other valuables. The Safe wc purchased of ••oil, and manufactured by EVANS & WATSON, of Philadelphia, Pa., I 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 iiqpor in the store, besides some seventy thousand pounds of rags and ropes, and other articles of a highly combustible nature. We had the Sale opened after lite 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 sumo size, for our future use, and o bliuo R- W. W. ISAAC, No. 91 Light street wharf, Baltimore BALTIMORE, MD., May 17, 1854. MESSRS E. & T. FAIRBANKS & Co.—Gen tleman : It gives us morb pleasure to bear IPSUTT-—y to this excellence of your Fire Proof Safes. The one I (purchased ot von, manufactured by Messets. Evans & Wat son, Philadelphia, Pa., saved my books urtd valuable psr ß rs, when everything else in the hoose was destroyed by fire, on the morning of the 14lh ins'., at No. 116 Liglti street wharf. R- f- WILMS. BALTIMORE MD;, May t7, 1804. Patent Slate Refrigerators, Seal and Letter Copying Presses, Fairbanks' Platform and Counter Scales. _ , , Sole Agency for Bulterworlh's, Beltley's, y ales' and Jones' Patent Powder Proof Bank Locks. Below ate the names of a few gentlemen and Public Inslitutors who have our Safes, in use. Hundreds more can be given : Farmers & Mechanics Bank Philadelphia 12 Safes: V. 8. Mint, '• V. 8, Alsenttl, five Safes California 3 in Philapelph'w. State Treasurer Trenton, N. J. Penn'a R- R. Co., Phila'd. 2 Safes Philadelphia Wilmington St Balt" norB "• JR. Co, Philadelphia. locust Mountain Coal & Iron Co , Coal Run Improvement & R. R- Co., " , Bell Garrelso.n St Co. liatskors, Hunting- Pa., i Bell, Smith St Co., Bankers, Johnstown /Pa, ' / Bryan, Gardner. & , Altoona, Pa. / Gen., AH. Wilson, Huntingdon, Pa. j McKelvy, Neal St Co.; bloomsbuigt " / Geo. Weaver, do " Caleb Bartott. do " Philadelphia, August 31 1854-ly. GRANIf GIFT ENTERPRISE AND CONCERTS. <SO,OOu GIFTS VALUED AT 860,000. Tickets $1 each. E. UNAIVGST, Announces that ho has projected a series of GIFT CONCERTS, to the patrons of which Pre will distribute by lot 60,000 valuable gilts or premiums. The conceits will be given at Bloomsburg, Danville, and such other towns where a suf ficient .lumber of the patrons of the enter prise lajtuiv. Tha lima* axui places will be announced in eulrseqoenl bills. Each ticket will entitle the holder to two admissions to the concerts, and one of the following prizes or premiums: One .three story Brick Hotel in Bloomsburg, opposite the Court-house, now occupied by Ex-Sheriff Billmyer, valued at 810,000 Gne large two-story brick dwelling-house.lot and out-build<ugs, oo Main Street of Bloomsburg . 5,000 One two vlory btick dwelling house and lot on Main Street of Bloomsburg 4,800 One two story brick dwelling house and lot on Main street of Bluom.-burg 3.000 One two story frame dwelling housesnd 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 story brick dwelling houses on Centre street ol Bloomsburg, each 1,600 One two story frame dwelling house and lot 1 on Main street of Bloomsburg 1,6o One two story frame dwelling house ar.rl lot on Main street of Bloomsburg 1,000 Eight corner lots on Centre street of 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 buggies, each 8170 340 Ton Gold patent lever watches, 8100 1,000 Twenty Gold detached lever watches, each 860 1,200 Twenty Gold cylinder escapement watches, each 850 1,000 15 Gold lepinr watches, each 850 750 60 Silver lever watches, each 825 1,250 60 double battel shot guns, each 820 1,000 10 " " " 816 160 10 Rifles, each 814 140 10 Allen's revolvess, each 812 120 10 Colt's revolvers, each 820 200 20 paits pistols each 82 40 100(7 Gold pencils, each S3 3,000 1000 Silver pencils and pen holders, each 82 2,000 2000 Gold pens, each 81 2 000 30000 Engravings each 25c 7,500 25745 Pieces of Music 3,099 The money received for the Fale of the 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. When the tickets are all 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 ermine. REFERENCES as to the above property: William Snyder, Robert F. Clark Esq , R. B. Menngh, R. W. Weaver Esq., or Rob ert B. Arthur, Bloomsburg, Columbia couu ty, Pa. All orders for tickets must be addressed, Sist-pnid, money enclosed, to E. Unnngtl, loomttburg, Columbia county Pa., and the tickets will GO promptly forwarded to any address. Mr - C. F. Knapp will act as general cor responding agent at Bloomsburg for the pro prietor. E. UNANGST. 1 _ Bloomsburg, Nov. 22, 1854.—6nr. L FAT HER. ' Fritz, Hendry & Co., No. 29 NORTH 3d ST., PHILADELPHIA, MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS, CURRIERS & IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CALF-SKINS, and dealers in Red and Oak SOLE LEATHER & Ktrr. Feb. 9, 1855. I—y. TABLE CUTLERY—A Splendid asso menl received and now on hand at MENDENHALL k MENSCH'S EXCHANGE NEWSPAPERS Jvt ft hundred for sale at this office. pENERAL notice of Dr. James Mc " Cl'ntock's CelebratedtfsmUy Medicines. PECTORAL. SYBL'P —This involua- Syrup, which is entirely vcgortiblo in its com position, has been employed with wonderful success for many years in the cure of diseases of the Air Passages in the Langs. The most common diseases of these organs are Inflation and Inflammation of the Mucous Membrane which tines the air tultes of the th-ruut, wind- j pipe and lungs. For any of these forms of disease, wheather showing themselves its t-nngh. Tickling of the Throat, Sense of ness ot the Throat, Spittinf, of Blond Difficulty of Breathing, Hoarseness or Loss of voice, and Hectic Fever, its use will be attended with the happiest results. It is recommended as one of the best and safest medicines for all forms of Bronchitis and Consumption, N. 8., No Laudanum or preparation of Opi um in any ahspo in this fiiyrup. Price in pint bottles, ft. Col.l ami Cough Mixture for recent Coughs and Colds. Price 25 cents. . Asthma and Whooping Cough remedy. Price 50 cents pet bolllo, Dianhoa Remedy and Cholera Preven ve Trie.' 25 and 50 cents. Tonic Alterative Byrup for purifying the blood. Price $1 per bottle, Vegeta'lcand Purgative Pills for ness, Headache, &c. Price 25 c®' 8 P er ''*>• Anlt Billions Pills for J.iyf Complaints, Disordered action of the Bo"®' 8 . Price 25 Dyspeptic Klixer Air indigestion, Heart. Dizziness, Price* 1 per bottle. Rheumatic -Liniment for Rheumatic burae Neuralgic Price 60 certs per bottlund llLcirxtstie Mixture for internal use in Itheir mai>m. Gout, Neuralgia, &c, Price 50 cenls ,-rr bottle. Aiiouyno Mixture for instantly relieving Tooh Ache, ai d all pain wherever fouud.— Price 50 cents per bottle. Fever sud Ague Speciltc for Ague ot Inter mittent Fevers in all forms. Price $1 per hot. tie. H, H. 8. ELLIOTT, Agent for Pettnsylva nla, to whom all wholesale order, must fe ad. dressed, North-west corner of 9lh and Filbert streets, above Market Street. Philadelphia, Agents iu Columbia county. E. P. Lutz, Bioornsburs;. John Van Liew Lit-hi Street. Jacob Harris, Buokhorn. May 1 llh 1854-6 m. • DOLLAIIU), PREMIER ARTISTE IN HAIR, 177 Cltestnul Street, PHILADELPHIA, In ventor of the Celebrated Gossamer Ventila ting VVig and Ealslic Band Troupees. Instruc tions to enable Ladies ami Gentlemen to measure theit own heads with accuracy. For Wigs. ' Inches. No. 1 The round of the head. 2 From forehead over the bead to neck. J 3 From ear to ear over tbo top. 4 From ear to ear around the forehead. Toupees (c Scalps. Inches. No. 1 From forehead to back as far as bald. 2 Over forehead, as far as requited. ft o.own hf lku. httiut. R. Dollard has always ready for sale a splendid stock of Gentlemen's Wigs, half Wigs, Frizots, Btaids, Curls, etc., beautifully manufactured, and as ebeap as any estab lishment in the Union. Dollard s Herbanian Extract, or Lustrous Hair Tonic, prepared from South American hetbs and roots, the most successful article ever produced fot preserving the hair from falling out or changing color, restoring and preserving it in a healthy and luxuriatt: state. Among other reasons why Dollard's h'air Cutting Saloon inaininins its immense popularity, is ths fact that his tonic is ap plied to every head of hair cut at his estab lishment; consequently, it is kept in better' preservation than under any other known ap plication. it being thus prac'tcally tested hy j thousands, cfl'srs the greatest guaranty of its efficacy. , . , Sold tvholesa.'e anu retail at his old estatq lislimeut, 177 Chestnut Street, opposite the State I louse. R. Dollard has at lasf discovered the ne plus ultra of HAIR DYE J and announces it for sale, wilh perfect eotifidoncc in its sur passing every thing of the kind now in use. It colors the Itair either black qr brown, as may be desired, and is use'l without any in jury to the itair or skin, eith.T by stain or otherwise, can be washed ol. r ton minutes after application, without deti acting from its efficacy. Persons v'siting llto city are in vited to give itim a call. Letters addressed ! to K. Dollard, 177 Chestnut Street, Fhila'det phia, will receive attention. Philadelphia, Oct. 12th, 1854—1y. WKATIS! JUST PUBLISHED ANfcVV Discovery in Medicine. A few words on the rational treatment without Mfdicino.of Spermatorrhea, oj local weakness, Nervous IMulity, Low ISpirits, Lassitude, Weakness of tho Limbs and the Buck, Indis position and Incapacity of Study and Laoor, Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of Memory, Aversion to Society, Love of Solitude, Timixl ity, Self-DiijJiust, Dizziness, Headache, InvoU untary Discharges. Pain* in the Side, Affec tion of the Uycs, Pimple* on the Faco, Sexual and other Infirmities in Man. From the French of Dr. D. De Laney, The important fact that these alarming com plaints may easily be removed without medi cine, is, in this smail trau■, clearly demonstra ted, und tho cnlitel} new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by the author, fully ex plained, by means of which every one is ens. bled to euro himself perfectly, and at the least possible cost, avoididing thereby, all the ad. vertised nostrums oT tho day. Sent to any address, gratis and post free, in a sealed envelope, by iomitting (post paid) two postage stamps to Dr. B. De Lsr.oy.No. 17 Lispfcnard Street, New York, 6m. September 28th. 1854. MADISON IIOUSE^ No*> 37 and 39 North Second Street, (Below Arch Street,) □POaQU oadUcstUijoaaaaio 71 xHIS popular house lias been thoroughly JL rctiova;jd, and extensivo improvements made for the accommodations oi guests, fco in connection with the above Hotel, the pro prietor lias opened, in tbe basement, a fine Eating and Drinking Saloon. Altogether the establishment compares favor ably with the first class places ol aooorntno dntton for travellers, citizens, tie..—being within a short distance ot the New York and Baltimore Landings, near the Post Office and Exchange, where Omnibuses, going to all parts of the City, start from. The Proprietor hopes, by strict attention to the wants of his guests, to receive a lib eral share of the public pslronage. J. OTTENKIRK, Proprietor. (Late of Baltimore. Md., & Cincinnati, Ohio ) Feb. 15, 1855 exsxwmhb uOTssm THE POCKET JBSCIJLAPIUS} OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. ®qpHE FIFTIETH Edition, wilh One hundred Engravings, showing Diseases and Mal formation* of the human Hyetcin in evety .shape and form* To which is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, being of the higlic-t importance to mar ried people, *or those con templating mintage, By WILLIAM YOUNG, M. D. Let r.o father be ashamed the present a copy of the Aesculapius to his child. It may save liim from nn early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations oLnmr iied life without rending the Pocfce Aesculapius Let no one suffer from a hacknicd Cough Pain in the tfide, restless nights, nervou* feelings, and the whole train of Despeptic sensatious, and given up hy their physicians, bo another moment without consulting the AESCULA PIUS. Hovo the married, or those about to be worried any impediment, read this truly useful book, as it has been the means of saving thou sands of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws of death. Any person aondfng twenty.five cents, en closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this hook, by mail, or five copies will be soul for one foliar. Address, Dr. \V. Young, No. /52 Spruce street, Philadelphia.' Post paid. No 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia. Sep. Ist, 1854-1 y. Danville Academy. J.,K. IHCADf.F.Y, Principal, THE ensuing Session of this Institution will commence on Monday, the Btlt day of January, 1855. and will continue twenty-two weeks. A FEMALE DEPARTMENT will be opened at the same time under the imme diate rare of MISS JANE E. BRADLEY, • but over which the Principe' of the Acad emy will exercise a general sup*, vision. Instruction in botli departments will be thorough and practical, and will extend through the whole ranges of English and Classical studies usually taught in the higher seminaries oi learning. TERMS: The Academic year will consist of forty four weeks. The price of tuition per quarter will be as follows • Geography, Eng. Grammar and Arith metic, - - - • 83 sf, Higher English studies, - • 5 00 Latin and Greek Languages, 6 00 German & French Languages (extra) each, - - " - - 5 00 Drawing and Painting in Water col ors, (extra) 3 00 Tuition bills will be presented for payment a', the end of each quarter. ty Good boarding can be obtained in pri vate families. J.G MONTGOMERY, Danville, Jan. 2, 1855. Sxc'av. LEATHER AND FINDINGS. fßtiiC subscriber respectfully invites the at lenlion of dr.aiojs and others, to his largo and well selected stock of Leather and Find ings, which is kept constantly fresh by repented drafts upon the manufacturers of this country and of Europe, and which is made up in part of the following articles, viz :—The best Oak and Red Sole ; Slaughter, Skirting and Damng. Ed do. ; Harness, Bridk, Bund and Welt Leath er ; Thong and Lacing do.* Wax Upper, 800 l Grain, HutTund Split do.; City Sluug, Kips •Suited and Collar do.; City, Country, French and Patent Calf Ow-L tf i J e.l Jiii ina . Cllunaia.auJ . Bindings and Lining* of turnout every descrip tion : Shoe Thread, Patent Thread, Silk, Boot Cord, Lace, aod Silk and Union Galloons: Black and Colored English Lasting, Worsted j Uppsrs, and Crimped Fronts and fool inge; Awls Tacks, Needles, Eyelet and Crimping Machines 1 and Eyelets; Steel, Iron, Copper and Zinc Nails, i File*, Hasps, Knives; Rubbers, Pegs, Bristles; and Boot Web J Hammers, Boot and Shoe Trees, Lasts, Crimps, Clumps, Handles, Gum, Color, ; Cod Liver anu Tanners Oil; Bhoe Tools and Currier's Tools ut all kinds, ready for use, be- i sides m ny other articles not enumerated above, i all of which will be wdo at the lowest market rates, hy JOHN WHITE, Importer and Dealer, 497 Market Street, Above 13th, Philadelphia. R. C. KIDGWAY & CO. Importers und Dealers in Foreign pad Domestic Wli\KS AiYJO T.IQrOKS, No. 101 South 1 iont Mitel. inula. IIKANDIES LItiUCUIS. (of different kinds.) Wine Killers, Dark and Pale, Stoughton Bitters, Oiard, Depny & Co.of Essence of Pepper various ViningcH, mint, Pinet, Caslillion & Co. Wild Cherry Brandy, of vaiiona Vintages, Raspberry Brandy, Moglorey, do Blackberry do Hennessy, do Lavender do Rochelle do Ginger do HOLLAND OIN. Curacoa do Stfan Brand, Extract D'Absinlhe. Comet, do CORDIALS. Fish, do Rose Cordial, Anchor Brand, Perfect Love, Cordial, Sevdam, do Anniseed, do WINES. Lemon, . do Superior old Sherry Peppermint, do Wine, WHISKEYS. | o'o do Madeira Wine Superior Old Monon | Port, of different galiela, J Ki't.'ds, Rye Whiskey, from 1 ! Tenenffe Win*, to 16 years old, Lisbon, do Burbon Whiskey, Malaga, do Irish do Muscatel, do Scotch do Claret, do Old Jamaica Spirits, Burgundy Port, <Md Peneh Brandy, Old Apple do Aug. 17lh, 185-1. Cham, and Hock VV. I ol various brands. ss'ifcw woimts a IN ULCDMSNCRO, EPHRAIM ARMSTRONG ¥¥AS taken charge of a new marble works —at the corner of Muin and Market St., Bloomsburg, where the public can be served with Every kind of Marble Work, executed in the best style of the Art, and at the lowest living prices. Thankful for past favors, Mr. Armstrong will execute all ordets that may be left with him for Tomb-stones, Tombs, Monuments, Door and Window Sills, steps of marble or sandstone, Mar.ties, or any thing else in the department of marble masonry. The slnok on hand and engaged consists of the best ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE; and LETTERING will be done in English or German. E. ARMSTRONG. Bloomsburg, Feb.J, 1855. BLANKS! BLANKS! 1 BLANKS!! DEEDS. SUMMONS, EXECUTIONS, SUBPfENAS, AND /UDGMENT NOTES, paper and desfrable forms, fo- sale at the othce of the "Star of the North-" Jueticcs of the Peace AND CONSTABLES can find all kind of blanks desirable for (heir use,in proper form, at the office of the STAR or THE NORTH. KAY 6c BROTHER) LAW PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS. WHOI.EI-XI.IS AND RETAIL, 17 ff 19 South Fifth Street, Ist Store above Chestnut street, Fast side. PHILADELPHIA, O ESPECTFULLY announce to the Pro tee.ion and Students at Luw, that they keep always on hand a well selected stock of Law Books, comprising the best Treati ses extant in every department of law, which they will sell sell as cheap, if not cheaper, thar. any other house in this city or New York. Being the publishers of several val uable works, they are possessed of suuh la cilities in obtaining their stock as to enable them to sell their books at very low prices. KAY & BROTHER have the agency for the sale of Harris' Pennsylvania State Re ports, lor the easisrn counties of the State. KAY k BROTHER, PUBLISH 1. Purdon's Digest of the Lows of Penn sylvania, from 1700 to 1854, by Stroud and Brightly, new and Bth edi tion, in one convenient volume, Bvo. Price $5.00. 2. Sergeunt & Rawle'sSupreme Court Reports, 17 vols. 3. # Peniose & Watt's Supreme Court Re ports, 3 vols. 4. Watts' do do 10 vols. 5. " & Sergeants' do do 9 vols, 0. Harris' State Reports, 8 vols. 7. Brighlly's Nisi ijrius Reports, 1 vol. 8. Miles' Reports oT District Court of Philadelphia. 2 vols. 9. Baldwins' U. S. Circuit Court Reports, 1 vol. 10. Chief Justice Marshall's Circuit Curto Decisions, 2 vols. 11. Sergeant on the Land Laws, of Penn'a, 1 vol. 12. Sergeant on Foreign Attachment in l'enii'a, 1 vol. 13. Sergeant on. the Lien Law of Penn'a, 1 vol. 11. Puttne on the Law of Landlord & Ten ant, 1 vol. 15. Duane on the Road Laws in Penn'a. 1 vol. 16. Brightly on the Law of Costs, 1 vol. 17. Graydon's Form®"—new and 4th edi tion, 1 vol. 18. Hood on the Law of Kxecutois, 1 vol. 19. Roberts' Digest of Briiish statu'es in force in Pennsylvania—2d edition, 1 vol. 20. Smith & Reed's Laws of Pennsylvania, commencing l lih Oct. 1700, lOvols— The Bth, 9th and 10th volumes sold separately. • 21. Pamphlet Laws.—The complete acts of the General Assembly of J'erinsyl. vaniu, from the year 1800 to the pres ent time, in 41 vols. Complete sets, of the Pamphlet Luws are very scarce. 23. Wharton's I'lecedents Indictments, 1 vol. 24. Morris on the Daw of Roplerin in the United Slates, 1 vol. 1852 —By F. C. Brightly Esq.—l vol. 26. Troubat on the Law of Limited Part nership ill the United States, 1 vol. 27. Troubat and llalys' Practice, new and third edition In 2 thick volumes 8 vo, of over 1700 pages. J-UST PUBLISHED. 22. Wharton's American Criminal Law new and 3d edition, 1 vol. Bvo. J 25. Binns' Justice —new and 6th edition, 1855, by F. C. Brighllv, Esq , 1 vol Wharton on the American Law ot Homi cide, with Reports of Cases, 1 vol. royal Bvo. 28. Brighlly's I'yrdon's Annual Digest for 1854, price 50 cents. IN PREPARATION. Wharton and Slide's American Medical Ju ruurudaruia. J vol. royal 8 vo. royal Hvo. 3urton's Compendium of ttie Law of Real Properly, with copious American An notations, 1 vol. royal Bvo. A new Digest of the Laws of the United States, 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 BP" See Kay & Brother's Catalogue of Law Publications tor particulars: BP" Orders or letlers of inquiry rom the country promptly allended to August 17ih, 1854.—1y l'enusyli anlii Wire Work*. No. 21 Arch St., above Front, PHILADELPHIA. rjnllK Subscribers have on hand, and are -■ constantly manufacturing,SlEVES. RID DLES, SCREENS, WOVEN WIRES, of all meshes and widths. , Also all kinds of plain and Isncy Wire work. Urussoml Iron Wire Sieves of ajl kinds ; Brass and Cop por Wire Cloth for Paper Makers, &u. Cyl inders uud Dar.dy Rolls covered in the best manner. Heavy Twilled Wire for Spark Catchers Sieves for Brass and Iron Founders, Screen Wire, Window Wire, Safes, Traps, Dish Covers, Coal and Sand Screens, &c. BAYLISS, DARBY & LINN. August 17th, 1854. Philadelphia & Reading Rail Road. PASSENGER TRAINS For Pottsville, Reading, &c. &. MORNINGS LINES. Leave Philadelphia and Poltsville at 74 o'- clock, P. M. except Sundays. AFTERNOON LINES. Leave Philadelphia and Poltsville at 34 o'clock P. M. except Sundays, FARES. Ist CLASK 2d CLASS Between Philnd'a & Poltsville,s2 75 $2 25 Between Philnd'a k Beading, l 75 1 45 50 lbs. Baggage allowed to each passen ger. ON SUNDAY—One Train leaves Philadel phia at 74 o'clockA. M and reilurns from Poltsville at 4 o'clock, P. M. takiqg no bag- 1 gage. FARE FOR THE EXCURSION, $4. All Tickets must be purchased tyjfore en tering the Curs, DEPOT in Philadelphia, Comer, of Broad and Vine Streets. By order of the Boa-d of Manager*. S. BRADFORD, Secretary. Aug. 18, 1854. Cash paid for •Ylraw. The subscriber will paycash for Straw de livered at hia Paper Mill at Millgtove, near Light Street, at the following rates to wit : Short straw $6 50 per ton, long straw 87 per I ton, These rates will bo paid for either Wtieut, Rye or Oats straw in good dry con dition. For flax, after the seed is threshed ofl", he will pay $lO per ton. THOMAS TRENCH. Millgrove, April Bth 1854.-tf. Dr. FRAXCIS C. HARRISON, respectfully inform the citizens '* of and vicinity, that he has commencedi the praotice of MEDICINE there; and roliciM a share of pnblio patron age. He can always be found at the Ex change' Hotel opposite the Court House. Bloomeburg, March, Ist, '55. FANCY GOODS, of every description and variety, new styles, and fresh lrom New York and Philadelphia, for sale at the cheap store M'KELVY, NEAL & CO THE GREAT NATURAL REMEDY FOR Indigestion and Dyspepsia. rs. iiovourosiw FAR- J S. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN, the true Diges ts IT t ' ve or Otrs'fi" Juice, i!y still holds the first place a- W | .."Tj'R-a fong all the various reme tifySiliaiirr f O , ,|, ese painful and de structive complaints. It is Nature's own spe cific for an unhealthy stomach. No art of man can equal its curative powers; and no sufferer from Indigestion & Dyspepsia should fail to try it. Agents supplied at No. U, N. EIGHTH St., PHILADELPHIA. CVSoIU by E. P. Lute, and J. R. Moyer. Match 29, 1855. IZBUcocßiXEifißubmapo l Cabinet Ware Rooms, 8. C. SUITE RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of of the Public to his extensive assort ment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which he will warrant made of good materials and in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish ment, can always be found a good assort ment of Fashionable Furnilue, Which is equal in style and finish to that of Philadelphia or New York cilios, and HI as low prices. Ho has Sofas of different style and prices, from $25 to S6O. Divans, Loun f ge9, Walnut ar.d Mahogany Parlor chairs, Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and , pier tables, drtashus, cheffeniers, whatnots and comodes and all kinds of fashionable work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and common washstands, dress-tables, comer cupboards, sofas, dining and breakfast ta bles, bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs, is the largest in this section of the country. He will also keep a good assort ment of looking-glasses with fancy gilt and common frames. He will also furnish spring maltrasses fined to any sized bedstead,which are superior for durability and comfort to any bed in use. Bloomsburg, April 6th 1854. tf. _______- | TH^ PORT MOKNAIE, POCKET BOOK, AND Dre9BingC.ißc Manufacturer A r . TV. cor. of it It and Chestnut Sts., PHILADELPHIA, A LWAYS on hand a large ar.d varied as -1 sortment of Port Monnaies, Work Boxes, Pocket Books, Cabas, > I Bankers Casee, Traveling Bags, | Note Holders, Backgammon Boards, p Port Folios, Chess Men, [Books Portable Desks, Pocket Memorandum 1 ) Dressing Cases, Cigar Cases, &o. | Also, a general assortment of English, j French and German fancy goods. Fine Pocket Cutlery, j Razors, Razor Strops and Gold I'eus. Whole sale, Second and Third Floors. F. H. SMITH, N. W. cor. Fourth & Chestnut Sts., Phila. N. B.—On the receipt of sl, a Superior Gold Pen will be sent to any part of the U. States, by mail; describing pen, thus, medi um, hard, or soil. , Philadelphia, Aprils, 1850. 1-y. STOVES) STOVES! sui!tri,uss MIiLICK HAVE opened a new Stove and Tinware Establishment, on Main street one door above the where they are pre pared 10 furnish goods in their line such as Tin, Sheet Iron, Hallow Ware. Brass Kettles, Cast Iron Sinks, Frying Fans, Stove Pipes, all kinds 3 of Tin Ware, Broom Wire 4"f-. at extremely low Prices. Jhnong their variety of may be found the Home Air Tight, William Penn, Globe, Coal Mountain, Miners' Choice Van Leer's Kile.hen Comfort, Double Oven, the celebrated Raub Cooking Stove for coal or wood, and others, too numerous to men tion. Also Parlor Grates, Office and Parlor Move*, in great variety. Tin Roofing, Gutters, Lead ers, and all kinds of work made to order, at the shortest notice. Repairing of all kinds attended to. Bloomsburg, April 27th 1854.-tf. BOOKS!~ JOSEPH SWARTZ HAS just opened a new lot of Books, Cap, letter and note paper, porfolios &c.J which he will sell at the lowest prices at the Bloomsburg Book Store. He has the Stand ard School Books, and a variety of the most desirable historical, religious, scientific pub lications of the day. He has also a stock of the EScssatl SSTdDxycßllss. Blank Looks, Bibles, and Religious works. A nun.ber of GOOD VIOLINS, u slock of jewelry; and an assortment o' canes, lamps, tops, perfumery, confecliona* ries, knick knacks and notions for sale. I ~3T He will furnish at short notice any work that may be desired and ordered. Bloomsburg, October 15th 1854. GREENWOOD SEMINARY MILLVILLE, - COLUMBIA CO., PA. For Youth ol" both Sexes. WML DLJUOF.SS, PRINCIPAL. THIS Institution which has bejn in suc cesslul operation for several yeais has ecently been enlarged to give better accom modations for boarders and increased facili ties for Tuition, &c. The School year will consist of 44 weeks and vacation will occur during July and part of August, but pupils will be taken at anv 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 use of Mathematical instru ments. Books and Stationery urili be pro vided for all who desire. IPBSIBECffio TUITION, $3, 94 and $5 per quarter, graded by ihe course of study. Boarding $1 60 per week. Board, Tuition washing, lights, &e., s2l perquarter; or S4O for two quarters, if one half is paid in ad vance. For further particulars address the princi pal. ' Millville, Nov. 1, 1854. Fancy Paper* Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Writing sand. &c an be found at the cheap Book store of JOSEPH SWARTZ, TRON STEEL, and every kind of Hard wate for sale by McKELVY, McKELVY, NEAL fc Co ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For sale at the cheap store of EVANS, & APPLEMAN. mSF"" /V A TO THE FABHONABLE AND cb'Q'giTwm fin- THE undersigned. having just received (ha lateslTaris and New York Fashions, would again bog leave to inform his numer ous friends and all the world about Blooms burg, that he is now better prepared than ev er to accommodate any one with the neatest, easiest and beat filling suits of Clothes that have been turned out lately; and not only 1 that, but-be will also do them up in the best order, upon the lowest terms. His shop is at the old stand, (too well known to need further notice) where ha may al all times be found, seated upon the bench of repentance, steadily drawing out the thread of affliction, hopeing it may in the end prove advantageous to him and his customers. He would also advise his friends to bear in mind that poor, afflicted tailors must live, or they can't be expected to work. Therefore, Wheat, Uye, Corn, Oats, Potatoes, and with all now and then a little CASH will come mighty handy from those who are back-standing on I hte book. Remember, gentlemen, that in all cases ■ " the laborer is worthy of his hire." BERNARD RUPERT. Bloomeburg, April 14th,-1853. [ Hatches, Jewelry, Silverware and : (§Cs>©lß3o j A Choice Assortment of the Finest Quality, FOB SALE AT THE LOWEST- CASH PRICES, AT I WM. B. ELTONHEAD'S. i No. 1 HI. South Second St., i Between Pine and Union, West Side, I PHILADELPHIA.' The assortment embraces a large nnd select ■ stock of line V! atehes, Jewelry, Silver Ware, i Alhata Ware, plated with fine Silver, in Spoons, i Forks, Ladles, &c.—Jet Goods, Fans and Fan cy Articles of a superior quality, deserving the examination of thoso who desire to procure the BEST ooons at the LOWEST CASH PniCKS. Having a practical knowledge of the business, and all available facilities for Importing and manufacturing, the subscriber confidently in' vilcs purchasers, believing lhat he can supply ihcm on terms as favorable as any other es tablishment in either of the Atlantic Cities. All kinds of Diamond and Pea'l Jewelry and Silver Ware manufactured to order, within a reasonable time. Watches, Jewelry and Silver Wa>e faithful ly repaired. WM. B ELTONHEAD, No, 184 South 2d St., a few doors abovo the 2d Si. Market, West Side. In the South WirfFow of the Store, may be seen the famous UIRD CLOCK, which commands the admiration of the scientific and curious. September 28th, 1854. ly. STAUFFER & lIAKLEY. Cheap Watches & Jewelry. WHOLESALE and RETAIL, at life Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry Store, No 96 North Second Street corner of Quarry, Philadelphia. Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 ca rat cases, 828 00 Gold Lapine 18 k. 24 00 "Silver Lever full jewelled, 12 00 Silver Lapine jewels, 9 00 Superior quarriers, 7 00 Gold Spectacles, 7 00 Fine Silver do, 1 50 1 Gold Bracelets, 3 00 Ladies' Gold Pencils. 1 00 Silvet Tea spoons, set, 5 00 Gold Pens with Pencil & Silver holder, 1 00 Gold finger Rings 37 j cents to 880 ; watch Glasses, plain, 12J cents; Patent, 18J ; Lu nel, 25; other articles in proportion. Ail goods warranted "o be what they are sold for. STAUFFER & HARLEY. On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lepines, still lower than the above pri ces. September 2let, 1854—1y. Tin-Ware & Stove! Establishment rpHE UNDERSIGNED, respectfully in forms his old friends and customers,that he ins purchased his brothel's interest in the above csiablisbment, and the concern will here after h conducted by himself exclusively. He J. has just received and offers for sale the t~H largest and most extensive assortment rnent uf FANCY STOVES evorintro dueeJ into this market. Stovepipe arid Tinware constantly on hand and manufactured to order. All kinds of re pairing done, as usual, on short notice. The patronago of old friencs and nrw cus tomers is respectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT, llloomsburg Jan. 12, 1853. 51-lf REEVE I/. ItMGUT, (Successor to Hartley Knight.) REDDING AND CARPET WAREHOUSE, No. 148 South Second Sheet, Five doors above SPRUCE STREET, PHILADELPHIA, Where he keeps constantly on hand a full as sortment of overy article in his lino of business. Feathers, Featherbcds, Patent Spring Mattres ses, Curled hair, Moss ,Corn Husk and Straw Mattresses, Velvet Tapestry, Tapestry, lJrus. eels, Three.Ply, Ingrain, Venetian, List, Hag and Hemp Carpelings, Oil Clotha, Canton Mat. tings, Cocoa and Spanish Mattingr, Floor and Stair Drugaels, Hearth Ituas, Door Mala, Ta ble and I'iano Covers, to which he respectfully invllea the attention of purchasers. Philadelphia Sept. Ist, t854. ly, Registration Certificates For the usa of clergymen, justices, ptiysi ian* and other persons in registering marria ges and deaths as required by the new Ac Assembly, can be bad at the office of the Star of the North." "THOMAS BUTLER, No. 7 South Seventh Street, PHILADELPHIA ; N#anufaolnrer of strong Tinware, Copper, Tin and Zinc Battling Tubs, Bathing Pans, and every kind of batning apparatus! Also deed and paper boxes. Prompt attention given to ordered work and goods carefully lorwpjnod on orders. ' Philadelphia, August 17lh, 1854. TREES! EVERGREENS ! &S&A, TjvLOWERING SHRUBS, ROSES, S!W!SP PLANTS, &0., in great varie-' ly and size, cultivated and for sale 4t3ZXKBby large or small quantities, at the Rising Sun Nurseries and Garden, Philedol- ' phia. I All orders pr ompily attended to. Deacrip. live Catalogue, sent to post paid applications gratis. Address, by mail, S. MAUPAY. Rising Sun P. 0., Philada. N- B.—Plants, Roses, Seeds, Ac., can he had every dny ii the Market, below Sixth Street, Philadelphia, we r e orders are also ro ceived for the nursery. j March 20th, 1855—4t. , DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss, Bog i Jaoonett Moll, Cambric, Swiss Muslin r Bishop Lawns, sain Bard Muslin just receiv- i ed at the Store of MEKDENHALL & MENSCH tSjaasiycpaas =cpm*ar . E. O. HOVTBB., 13ESPECTFULLY offers hie professional services to the Ladies and Gentlemen of -Bloomsbarg and vioinity. He is prepared to attend to all the various operations in Den tistry, and is provided with the latest' im proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inserted on pivot or gold plate, to look aa ' well as natural. I A superior article of Tooth Powders, al ways on hand. All operations on the teeth warranted. J HP" Office near the Academy. s Bloomsburg, Nov. 20, 1851. j Furniture, Furniture ! HF. HOOVER respectfully informs bis • customers of Bloomsburg and the peo .' pie generally of Columbia County irr want of FURNITURE, that they will find it greedy j to their advantnge to purchase at his Ware house, wlreie they will find g A LARGE STOCK of the most modern styles to select from The subscriber begs to say thai his facilities for manufacturing and baying his materials . for cash and bavins no Apprentices, but em j ploying the best of workmen enables him to offer great inducements to those in want of GOOD FURNffURE AT LOW PRICES, ■ as he much prefers the "nimble sixpence to the slow shilling." All goods bought at his T VVarerooms will bo warranted, and if intend ed for the Country will ho packed with care , and dispatch. 11. F. HOOVER, No. 126 South 2d St, below Dock west side, March 15, '55.-3 m. Philadelphia. ' NEW ROUTETO PHILADELPHIA I Cattawissa, m 9 v. c n- u ,,i,ji Williamsporti and Erie Rail Road. : OPEN TO MILTON. e 81 hours between Phil a. and Milton. ON and after Monday, Sept. 25th, and i until extension to VVilliamsport, pass ' enger trains will be run every day (Sundays excepted) as follows ; [ Leaving Milton at II A. M., connecting' with Reading Rail Road, at Port Clinton, ar- J riving al Philadelphia al 7 30, P. M. Leaving Philadelphia, al 7 30, A. M,; ar rive al Milton nt 4 30 P. M. A Fteighl Train will leave Milton, on Monday, .Wednesday & Friday, and Port Clinton on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, of each week. Freight is carried to and from Pliladelpbia , without transhipment, from Reading Rail , Road Freight Depot corner of Broad and I Cherry streets. * T. McKISSOCK, Sept. 28,—ft 1854. MOSS & BROTHER, No. 12 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia, > BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS & BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, KEEP a complete assortment of SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS and MEDICAL ' BOOKS, Biarrk and Memorandum Bonks, ' Writing, Letter and wrapping papers, fine Pocket Cutlery, &c., to which they invite the attention of country merchants and others. ' The prices and quality will compare favoru ' bly with any other -House. Having an ex -1 tensive bindery under their immediate su ' perintendence, they a r e prepared to furnish ' either ready-made, or ruled to particular pat -1 tern, Blank account Books of every size and ' description, suited for Banks, Insurance Companies : and County Court Records, the quality of : which is warranted bolh as regards paper nnd binding. They employ none but the ' be. t workmen and use first class materials. J Cf Orders from a distance will receive , particular attention. Masonic and Odd Fellows' Regalia and : Publications for individuals, members and Lodges, ihe most extensive assortment to be found in the United Slates. Philadelphia, March 29, 1865-6 m. GERNEY 4c ALGLIER,' NURSERYMEN AND SEED GROWERS? 69 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, YJK7TLL furnish lo order ami pack with care ** all die most desirable garden, field and flower seeds; choice roses, plants, fruit, shade and ornamental trees, dahlias, dutch bulbous 1 roots, for parties and balls, tastefully put op and seni to any distance. Their trees and flowers- are principally raised in their own nursery at the corner of I Broad and Christian Streets, . and they give particular attention lo the se lection of rare and choice species of peach, . apricot, pear and apple trees. Orders from a distance carefully attended to. Flowers and shrubs will be safely box ed , or trees packed and despatched by rail road or canal, at fair prices. They also raise and sell a beautiful species of ibe OLETA nwr Em®. with or without cage, single or in pairs. Philadelphia, March 29, 1855-2 m. TALL ABLE BOOKS LATELY PUB LISIIED. PARLEY'S HOUSEHOLD LIBRARY, A perpetual fund of instruction. Illustra ted by more then 200 eogragings. Bvo, 384 pages 81. 50. The best Juvenile ever issued.— N. Y. In dependent. Handsome and cheapest book for youth we have ever seen,— Religious Herald. A PARLEY'S PICTORIAL, a book for borne education, profusely em bellished wib flue engravings, and put up Uniform with Household Library; Bvo, 81 50. ' THE YOUTH'S GALAXY, a beautiful and useful book for Children and Youth, with many fine Cuts. Square t2rno. 60 cents. Pius Ninth, the Last of the Popes, or the Judgment of God upou Nations. 12ino. pam phlet, 25 cepts. The Coming Struggle among the Na tions of the Earth, described in accordance with the Prophecies of Ezekiel, Daniel and the Reveiationi; showing the important position, Britain and America will occupy during and at the end of the awful conflict: Bvo pamphlet, lOctg. The almost incredible number of 150,000 copies have already been sold. • ' . Christianity and Statesmanship, with kind red topics, by Wm, Hague, 12irto 430 pages: $1 00. THE PEARL OF DAYS, or ihe Advantages of the Sabbath to the | Laboring Classes, by a Laborer's Daughter; u with an introduction by Rev. S. S. Cutting 18mo 25 cents. HAVE HIS ANTIDOTE lo the Curse La bor a Prize essay on the Sabbath, by J. Quinion, 18mo. 25 cents. HP Scut post paid on receipt of price.— For sale by all Booksellers. EDWARD H. FLECHER, •> Publisher, U7 Nassau st., N. Y. April 17, 1855-11. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ~ , NT OTIC E is hereby given lhat letters testa mentary upon the estate of Joshua Webb, i late of Centre township Columbia county, de ceased, have been granted to the undersign ed residing in Centre township. All persons indebted to the said estate art! requested lo make payment without delay, acd those bar ing accounts to present them for settlement to SOLOMON NEYHARD, Centre April 3, 'ss—6w, Executor.