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EVANS & WATSON,
No. 26 South Fourth Street, have rut hand
a large assortment ot PATENT SALAMAN
DER FIRE and THIEF PROOF SAFES
Bank Vaults and Iron Boors for Banks and
ctorer.
Gentlemen:— We'take much pleasure in rec
ommending yoor FIRE PROOF SAFES to
merchants and others, who may desire lo
purchase, with a view to the preservation ot
thoir Books and other valuables. The Safe
we purchased of von, n.d mntinfnctnrc.f In
EVASS & WATSON, of Philadelphia. Pa.,
remained in tho lire at the bnrhitig of nnr
store until the entire stock was consumed
the heat being intense, as yon may -npp< se
as there were about seventy barrel- ol liquor
in the store, besides some seventy tlintt-aml
pounds of rag 9 ami ropes, and other articles
of a highly combustible nature We hat!
the Safe opened after the fire hail c-a-ed
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 Bame size, far onr future use, and o
tilinp 'B. W. W. ISAAC,
° No. 01 Light slreel wharf, Baltimore
Mt>., May 17, 1854.
MKSSBS E. & T. FAIRBANKS & Co.—Gen
tlemen ft gives us much pleasure to hear
testimony to the excellence of your Fire
Troof Sales. The otic I 'purchase I of put,
manufactured by Messers. f'.vans 6t Wat
son, Philadelphia, Pa., saved my books and
valuable papers, when everything el-e m
the house was destroyed by fire, on tin
morning of the 14lh ins l ., at No. ltii Light
sl'reet wharf. B F. WILLIS.
BALTIMORE MA, May 17, 1854.
Patent Blate Refrigerators. Seal and lartler
Copying Presses, Fairbanks' Plutlorm and
Counter Scales.
Sole Agency fr Bultprworlh's. Betlley's,
Vales' and Jones' Patent Powder Proof Bank
Locks.
Below are the names of a few gentlemen
and Public Instilutors who have onr Safes,
in use. Hundreds more can be siveTT :
Farmers & Mechanics Batik Philadelphia
J2 Safes;
L'. S. Mint, " "
U. B, Arsenal, five Safes California 3 in
Fhtlapeiphia.
State Treasurer Trer'on, N. J-
Penn'a. R. H, Co., Phtla'd. 2 Safes.
Philadelphia VVilmiugton & Baltimore R.
R. Co., Philadelphia.
Locust Mountain Coal & Iron Co , "
Coal Run Imprnvement & R. R. Co., "
Bell Garretson & Co. Bunkers, Hunting
don, Pa ,
Bell, Smith & Co., Bankers, Johnstown
Pa.,
Bryan, Gardner. & , Altoona, Pa.
Gen. A H. Wilson. Huntingdon, Pa.
McKelvy, Neal & Co.; bloomsbuigt "
Geo Weaver, ( do
Caleb Burloti. do
Philadelphia, August 31 1851-D'.
GRAND GIFT ENTERFRISE
AND CONCERTS.
60,000 GIFTS VALI ED AT iGO.OOO.
Tickcls §1 each,
E. U J\ A N G H T,
Announces that he has projected a scries of
GIFT CONCERTS, to the patrons of vh
be w ill distribute by lot 60,0Ct) Vttlnubk u
or premiums.
The cohcetts will be given tit Blnomsbt.ru,
Danville, and such other tow ns where a nd
ficient dumber of the patrons of the enter
prise reside. The times and places w ill be
announced in subsequent lulls. Each ticket
will entitle ihn holder to two admissions to
the concerts, and one ol the following prizes
or premiums:
One three story Brick Hotel in Blootnsbnrj,
opposite thcCourt-house, now occupied b\
Ex-Sherifl Billniyer, valued at 810.000
One large two-story brick dwelling-house.lce
and oul-buildttigs, on Main Street ol
Bloomshurg k 5.000
One two |ory brick dwellmg house and tot
on Main Street of Bloomsburg 4 000
One two story btick dwelling house ami lot
on Main street of Bloomshurg 3.000
One two story hume dwelling house ami lot
on Main street of Bloomshurg 2 000
One two story frame dwelling house and In:
on Main streef of Bloom.btirg I.tUO
Two two story brick dwelling houses on
Centre street ol Bloomshurg, each 1 600
One two story frame dwelling house nmt lot
on Mailt street of Bloomsburg 1 .CO
One two story frame dwelling house ait
lot on Main street of Bloomshurg 1,000
Eight corner lois cn Centre street ol Blooms
hurg, each 9-150 R fiOO
Bix middle lots on Centre street of Blooms.
burg, each S4OO 2,4i)9
Two buggies, each S2OO 400
Two buggies, each SIBO 360
Two buggies, each $l7O 310
Ten Gold patent lever watches, SIOO 1,000
Twenty Gold detached lever watches,
each S6O 1,200
Twenty Gold cylinder escapement
watches, each SSO 1.000
15 Gold lepins watches, each SSO 750
50 Silver lever watches, each $25 1,250
50 double battel shot gnus, each S2O 1,000
10' " " " sl6 160
10 Rifles, each sll 140
10 Allen's revolvess, each sl2 120
10 Colt s revolvers, each S2O 200
20 paiia pistols each $2 40
IQOO C?old pencils, each $3 3 COO
1000 Silver pencils and pen holders,
each $2 2.000
20Q0 Gold pens, each $1 2 000
30000 Engravings each 25c . 7,500
25745 Pieces ot Music 3 000
The money received for the sale of the
tickets will be paid over to John K. Groiz,
lo be deposited by him in the Bank of Dan
ville. to the credit of the projector, lor the
security of the ticket holder*.
\Vhen the tickets are all sold notice will
be given in the public prims fur the ticket
holders lo meet at some designated lime and
place, lo choose a Committee who shall dis
tribute the gift* aa the shareholders shall de
ermine. a,
as to the above propert):
W'illiarp bnyder, Robert F. Clark Esq , It.
S. Mcriagh, R. VV. Weaver Esq... or Hub
ert B. Arthur, Eloomiburg, Columbia coun
ty. I'a.
AH orders for tickets must be addressed,
£osl-paid, money enclosed, to E. Unangai,
loomsburg, Columbia county I'a., and the
tickets will bo promptly forwarded to.ahj*
address
Mr C. F. Knapp will not as general cor
responding agent at Bloomsburg tor lire pro
prietor.
E. UNANGST.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 22, 1854.—6 m.
Engravings For Newspapers
and Magazines.
THE aubscriber baa several thousand en
graving* of various subjects and sixes, auita
bio for illustrating newspapers and rnsua
lines. He offers the use ofthern lor taking
casts or printing, to the editorial fraternity
on very moderate terms. Address,
JOHN FROST,
March 29, 1855. PHH.ADEI.FHIX.
Justices of the Peace
AND CONSTABLES can find all kind of
blanks desirable for their use,in proper
form, t the office of the STAR or THE NORTH.
jV * ,st
, Mm mfm %
f. va.s
" ' - ' x ' : 'iZl£s •
i>OZ v ' oW>m
xlv 'b,' . ''A
noilrc of l>r. Jamrs Wc
' eeb hrat' d Family Medicines.
I'll TOll 11. O 111 Thi. invulna-
s yn,.>, ,vl;i.'li it, vegetable in it. rem
positicti. hu. been employed with wondrrT I
success fur many yrtttf in t lff injre of di-eosta
til' the Air Passages i" • !>•* Lungs. The mml
mminnn diseases of these oiit tins nir iriilnli n
nn,l 111 il mil*l ioi, of I lie Murium Mrmlnnoe
v.liieli lint's the air tubes of I lis* thiont, wii il
pipe am) lungs. For nny of these firms el
disease, wheather shewing Ihnm.eives as
ouch. Tirkiiltg of 111,' Tliioal, Hense el light
i t s. ol the Threat, Spiltim of Blood Uillieulty
ol Breathing, Hoarseness or Loss of voire, and
ileelic Fever, its use will he attended wiih
■ lie- fiiiji,ii,rl results. I' is rerottmieuiie.d ie*
one ef the. host and cutest in.ilieinrs for all
foinis of Hiom'liitis and Consumption.
IS". B„ No Laudanum or |ife|niration of Opi
iin in any shago in this rtyrup. Price in pint
bottle*. St.
Cold and h'ougti Mixture for recent Coughs
and Colds. Ihiee 23 cents.
Asthma and 'Yhonpiig Cough remedy.
Price stl reels pet bottle,
Dio.ihea Keinedy and Cholera Prcven ve
Price 25 am | 50 cents.
'J'onic Alterative Syiup for purifying the
Mood. Pried let per bottle.
Vegetn 1 le ant' Puigalivc Pills for Costive
ncss, lli'ad.n he, &e. Price 25 cents per •>,
Ami llillioiis Pills for I.iver Complaints.
Disordered action of the Bowels, 6tc. I'ncc2s
etits.
Pyspeptic Elixer for indigestion, Heart.
Dizriness, Ptice SI per bottle.
Kheuniatic i.ininient for lilieumaltc liurae
Nnuatgic pains Pri e6O cents per hottlnnd
liheuinalic Mixture for internal use in Khrn.
m iiistn, UoUt, Neuralgia, &c, J'lico 50 cents
per ttotlie.
Anodyne Mixtuie for instantly relieving
Tool Artie, or,l all pain wherever found.—
Piiex stl cents per bottle.
Fever and Ague bpeeitie for Ague or Inter,
milteut Fevers in alt forms. Pi ice f 1 pet hot.
lie.
11. H. W. ELMOTT. Agent for Pennsylva
nia, to whom sli wholesale order! must le ad.
dre.;r' d, Nortli-west corner of Uth and Flihetl
streets, shove Market tstrcet, i liitadelpliia.
Agchta in Columbia courtly.
E. P. I.utz, Bloomstoirg,
John Van l.iew Lit'lll iatreel.
Jacob Harris, Buckhorn.
Ma 11th 185t-6m.
ARTISTE IN HAIR, 177
*• chesiiml Si met, PHII.ADEI.PHIA, In
ventor of the C'.-lebrated (Jossatner Ventila
ting Wig ami Ealstic Band Troonpea. Instruc
tions to enable Lurltcs and Geti'letnen lo
nipa-ure their own heads with accuracy.
Fo ITijf.'. luckcs.
No. 1 Tlie round oT tho head.
2 Frtiin forehead over the head lo neck.
- 3 Pioni ear lo etir over the 'op.
4 From ear :o ear wound the forehead.
Tovpecs tf Scalps. Inches.
No 1 Frniri/nretrenrl to hark as fat as bald.
2 Over forehead, as far as required.
3 Over the crown of the head,
R. Oollard has always ready for sale a
splendid slock of Gentlemen'* Wias, halt
Wigs. Frizes, Braids, Curls, etc., beiotifully
mannfacttifed, ami as cheap as any estab
lishment in the Union.
Bollard s Hc'rb.iniau Exlraet, or Ln'roils
Hair Tonic, prepared from Fotith American
heiba and roots, the most suecp-.sfu! article
ever produced lot preserving the hair from
falling out or changing color, restoring and
pres - rvino it in a healthy and luxti.riun:
mate. Among other reaaona why Bollard's
flair Calling Saloon maintains its immense
popularity, is tho fact that his tonic is ap
plied to every head of hair cut at his estah
iishment, consequently, it is kept in better
preservation than under any other known ap
plication. It fusing thus piae'tcally tested by
thousands, offers the greatest guaranty of its
efficacy.
Sold wholesale and retail at his old estab}
fi-hwettl, 177 Chestnut Street, opposite titer
Slate House.
R. Bollard has at Inst discovered the nc
plus itllra of HAIR BYE; and announces it
for sale, with perfect confidence in its sur
passing every tiling of the kind now in use.
Il colors the hair either black or brown, as
may be desired, and is used without any in
jury to the hair or skin, either by slain or
otherwise, can be washed off ten minutes
after application; without detracting from
its efficacy. Persons veiling the oily are in
vited to give him a call. Letters addressed
lo R. Bollard, 177 Chestnut Street, Philadel
phia, w ill receive attention.
Philadelphia, Oct 12th, 1854—1y.
GR.ITIK!
JUST PUBLISHED
A N'F. IV Discovery in Medicine. A fgtv
wards on the ra'ional treatment without
Medicine, of B(iurmutorrh<9i, or local weakliest,
Norvoim Debility, Low £pirit, Laeaitude,
WrnkncitH of the Limits an.! the Buck, Imlfe
ptlfeHion nm! Incapacity of .Study and Labor,
DUIIOCIH of \pprehctiftion, Lon of Memory,
Aversion tottorieiv. Love of Solitude, Timid
ity, Sclf-DistiUHt, Oir-zinosf, Headache. Invol
untary Discharges. Puiti* in III® Wide, Affec
tion of the Kyes, Pimtilon on the Face, Sexual
and other Infirmities in Man.
Front ll.e French of |)r. B. De I.atiey,
The important fact thai these u!.irming eon,-
ploints inny easily b*j removed without modi
cine, is. in thi-< ainntl trae', clearly demonstra
ted, tod iho OIIUM I} new and highly successful
treatment, as adopted hy the author, fully ex
(riuined, hy means of which every one is ena
bled to rure himself perfectly, and at tho least
possible cost, uvol..filing thereby, all the ad.
vertisid nostrums of the day.
bent to uny address, gratis and post freo, in
o Feu led envelope, hy remitting (post paid) two
po*t?igi stamps to Dr. B. Do Lui.ey.iNo. 17
Litfpeuard btreel, New York, tm.
bepiemUer 36th, 1854.
madisox rr<n^E,
A T (W. 37 mid 3U North Second Street,
(Below Arch Sireet,)
UPBaaii eadCl(^liipaaaaa a
'j HlB popular lidose has been thoroughly
•L- rcriovaioti, and exlcnsiveimproveme.it*
made fur the accommodations ol gue-ta, &c
In connection with tho above Hotel, the pro
prietor has opened, in the basement, a litre
Fating and Drinking Saloon.
Altogether the establishment compares favor
ably rviih the lirst class places ul uccoriimo
dution fur travellers, citizens, tie.. —being
within a short distance of the New York and
Baltimore Landings, near the Post Olfice and
Exchange, wiieio Omnibuses, going to all
purls ol the City, start from.
The Proprietor hopes, by strict attention
to the wants ol his guests, to receive a lib
eral share of the public p.tronagc.
' J. OTTENKIBK, Proprietor.
(Late of Baltimore, Mil., It Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Feb. 15, 185&
wmsm
THE POCKET £S(XLJIP!Vi
OR. EVERY ONK IIIS OWN rHYRIPIAN.
tHpHE FIFTIETH
J- Edition. with ' Oflp
hun l rp <1
showing J>ihrnt' and Mil-
Cormntioi nf the humim
c*vi*ttiin in every nhape *nH
form. I o which in mKU'il
a Treatise on Uiioaee*
of Fcmales, being of lhr
big r-t impOilanrr to mar
, riod | eopbs or fhone con
(onipialing maninge. 11 %
IVJLLUM YOUNG, M. D.
l et r.o fail i r be B*hnni<il ilio present a copy
of the Aesculapiii* to his child. Ii in:l\ BHVC
him from an early grave. Let no young m.n or
woman rnirr into ibe fvrrot ohligatioiM oi nnu
iod lif: without rending the Po<k Autwulapiu*
I ri no one suliVr from n hncknicd f->ugh IMn
.. iIH r*'stl>s niaht*, nervous feelitign.
nd the whole train of Ihsjiepijc tuMi;i'.iotis,
•nd.given up by their phyaiei oi, ho another
n nioiit without coiitilritig the 5 FciUU'.EA
f'n 8. Have the married, or tlioyo about to be
Ti.iitird anv impediment, rttml <ln* truly tm>fuj
hook, an it has h,e.n the MPAIIH of mtving thou*
-ami* of unfortunate crcutuitß from tho very
jaws of death.
Any person scmlfuir twenty five rents, en
do in a letter, will receive one copy of ihi
•oiik, by mail, or live copies will he sent for out
{■dlur. Address. lir. W. Voung,lVo. /52 Spruce
irt el, Philadelphia.' Post paid.
JNo 15*1 Wt., Philadelphia.
Sep. Ist, 185 l-ly.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
r B1HE fulisriiber rrspcciTally invites the at*
■ trillion of dc'itujM ami other*, to bis Inrgc
ami null Hoiectod stock of Leather an I Find*
ing*, which is keit conatanfly fresh hy repeated
drnltn upon the manufacturettf of this country
and of and which id made up in part
of the following articles, via . rite beet Qjk
and Red Solo ; Slaughter. Skirting itnd Dumtig.
D do. ; II.WIM KS liridl", Bund ami Welt !•*>*Tti
er ; Thong and Lacing do.* Wax l";|ir Boot
Grain, Hurt'nod Split do.; Uity Slaug. K.ps
Waited and Collar do ; City. Uonutry, French
01.d Potent Cuif bk*m; Hoot Leg Moroccos.
Duck Whins. Pud skins. Chamois.and M>r< ccosj
Dindinga nnd Liniu:;* oi ulmo-l every dracrip
tion * Who® Thread, Patent 'I h cmi.eilk. Hoot
Cord. Lace, and Silk it ml I'oion Gidlooiia;
Block ami Colored English Listing, Wor.-tod
I ppsrs, and Crimped Frun inand f. inge; A wls
Pin ks, Notdles. Eyelet and (Limping Alanhines
•nd Eye Iota; s*teel, Iron. Copper.. nd Zinc Nulls,
Files, Rn.spo, Lnivca; Uubtuw, IV*; m. Bn-tlo*;
and Boot Web; Hummers, thxitand MhoeTrees,
Lasts, Crimps, Clumps, Handles. Gum. Color,
Ctnl Liver unci '] ai i OIH Oil; Slice Tool* and
CurrierV Toolset nil kinds, ready for use, be
eides many other articles u u enumerated above,
all of which will be acle at the |imrt rmukrt
rates, by JOHN Will 113,
Importer and Dealer. 4U7 Market Street,
Above ltttb, Philadelphia.
It. t. RIRGIFYV k €O.
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
WINES AT;© F..IIUORQ,
No 101 Mod 111 iron tMr eel. i'hiitt.
BttAMDiJ'S l idUL'OJiS.
(of different kinds.) Witio Milter*,
Dark unci Pale, Sioiighton Hitiers,
'Jiard, Depny & Co.of E#*eiutd oi Pepper
various ViutHiiff*. mint,
Piuet, CaKltliton & Cn.| Wild Fherrv Hr.indy,
<f various Vim tjtes ; |lUs l herry Brandy,
Mnglorey, do Blackberry do
lleiiuessy, do Lavender do
Uochelie do Ginger do
HOLLAND GIN. Curueoa do
Swan Brand, Extract D'Ahnimhe.
Cornet, do CORDIAL*.
Fish, do Bno Cordial,
Anchor B and, IVrfpet Love, Cordial,
Seydam. do Autiiseed, do
WIN PE. Lent on, do
Superior old Sherry Peppermint, do
Wine, WHIMVKY*
•lo do Madeira \\ ir* Superior Old Monon-
POM, of TI i tier cut GAHIFLA,
Kind*. Rye Wniskey. from 1
Tetter lfo Winn, in 1G years old,
Li.-fcou, do Bnrbou Whiskey,
Malaga, do Irish do
Muscatel, do Se.noh do
Claret, do 011 .Jamaica Spirits,
Burgundy Port, Old Punch Brardy,
'Oi l Apple do
Aug. 17th, 1854. Iciiatri and Hock VV.
J ol various brands.
ssikw wetMßi&s a
ii\ tawtihUVKd,
EPHRAIM ARMSTRONG
T V AS taken chare* of a new marble works
*■ *■ at the corner of Main and Market St.,
bloomsburg, where the publio can he served
with
Livery kind of Marble Work,
executed in ;he best style of the Art, and at
the lowest Irving prices.
Tnankfu! for past tavnrs, Mr. Armstrong
will execute all orders that may be left with
him for
Tornb-slor.es, Tombs, ftioKumcnls,
Door and Window Sill", steps of marble or
sandstone, Mar.lies, or any thing le in the
department of marble masonry. The stock
on hand nnd engaged constats of the best
ITALIAN AM) AMEItICAN M Alt HIE;
and LETTERING will be done in Jin gink or
Herman. E ARMSTRONG.
Hloamsburg, Feb. I, 1855,
statist
Hernia or llvpture tucceseftelly '/rented
A ml comfort insured, by ti c of the elegant
*-*• French Trusses, imported hy the subscri
ber and made to order expressly for bis s.ilcs.
All sull'eritrg with Itupiuie will bo gratifi-d
to learu that the oecasien now oilerstu procure
a Truss combining rxlteme lightness, with
ease ant] durability and cornel com bUCtiirii in
lieu ul the assortment always on hand, udap.
ted, to every variety of llnpture in iiduli and
child ran, and lor sale at a range of price to
suit alb Cost ol bingle 'I rusees, two, three,
tour and five Dollars , Double, four, live six
eight and ten dollars.
Persons at a distance ran have a Truss sent
to any address l>y remit ing the amount, send
ing in ensure aiouird lire hips, and staling side
affected.
For Sale Wholesale and Retail try the Im
porter. CALEB H. NEEDLES,
hj. IV . co*. of T\* •'tllli .<• Race r-ts. PLiluda.
Depot for Dr. Banning'. Improved Patent
II idy Brace, Itheal Expander* aiid Erector
Braces, patent Shoulder Braces, Suspensory
Bandages, Ejiiiin! props and Supports. LA
di.o.' Rnnm-i, with competent lady attendants.
Philadelphia, April I, '55.
~ LXLCIiTOiI'B NoT|€. .
IVOTICE ia hereby eiven that loiters lesla
' * nieriiary upon die estate ol Joshua Webb,
late ol Centre township Columbia county, de
ceased, have been grauled to the undersign
ed residing in Centre township. All persona
indebted to lire said estate are requested to
muke payment without delay, ardrliose hav
ing accounts to present them fo' set Human! to
SOLOMON NEY'H AKD,
Centre April 3, 'ss—6w. Executor.
LKATIIhiI-
Fi'ifz, ilcndry & Co.,
No. 8# NORTH 3d ST., PHILADELPHIA,
MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS.
CURRIEILS U IMPORTERS OK FRENCH
CALF-SKINS, and dealer* in lied and
Oak SOLI LEATHER & KIFF.
Feb.#, 1855. I— jr.
KAY dfc BROTHER,
LAW PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS
WHOI.K"AI,E AND ItETAII.,
17 If 19 South Fifth Stree [, Ist Store above
Chestnut sheet. East side.
PHILADELPHIA,
O ESPECTFULLY announce in the Pro
* *- jou and Studeuls et Law, th-t ihf*v
keep always on hand a well sclented stock
n( Law Books, comprising iVn Irest Trend-
ACS exlnnl in lively department of law, which
'hey will sell -ell as cheap, if nnl cheaper,
illai any other house in this cily or Neva'
Vork Bui tig the publisher* of several v|
liablo works, ll:ey art> possessed of such fit
cililies in obtaining '.fceir stock as in enable
them !n sell liietr books at very low prions.
KAY & BROTHER linve the Itucnry for
die sale of Hums' Pennsylwinin State lie
poits, lor thu eastern counties o| the Slate.
K.\Y & BROTHER, PUBLISH
1. Pur (I on 'k Digest ol the Laws of Penn
sylvania, from 1700 lo 1854, by
Stroud and Brightly, new and S h edi
tion, in one convenient volume, Bvo.
Price 85 00.
2. Sergeant Rtuvle'a Supreme Court
Reports. 17 vols,
3. Penrose fit Watt's Supreme Court Re
pons, 3 vols.
4. Watts' do do 10 vola.
5. " & Sergeants' do do 9 vols,
6. Harris' Suite Reports. 8 vols
7. Brightly °s Nisi l'rios Reports, 1 vol.
8. Miles' Reports of the District Court of
Philadelphia. 2 vols.
9. Baldwins' If. S. Circuit Court Reports,
1 vol.
10. Chief Justice Marshall's Circuit Curto
Decisions, 2 vols.
11. Sergeant on the Laud Laws, of Penn'a,
1 vol.
12. Sergeant on Foreign Attachment in
Penn'a, 1 vol.
13. Sergeant on the Lion Law of Penn'a,
1 vol.
14. Duune on Ibe Law of Landlord & Ten
ant, 1 vol.
15. Duane on the Road Laws in Penn'a. I
1 vol.
10. Brightly on the Law of Costs, 1 vol.
17. (iraydon's Forms—new and 4th edi
tion, 1 vol.
18. Hood on the Law of Executors, 1 vol.
19. Roberts' Digest of "British siatn'es in
force in Pennsylvania— 2d edition,
1 vol.
20. Smith & Reed's Laws of Pennsylvania,
commencing 14th Oct. 170, lOvols—
The Bth, !)th ami 10th volumes sold
separately.
21. Pamphlet Laws.—The complete acls
of the General Assembly of Pennsyl
vania, from the year 1800 to the pres.
ent lime. in 41 vols. Complete gets,
ol the Pamphlet Laws are very scarce.
23. Wharton's Precedents Indictments,
1 vol.
24. Morris on the Law of Replevin in the \
United States, 1 vol.
1852—8y F. C. Brightly Esq.— I vol.
26. Troubut on the Law of Limited Part
nership in the United States, 1 vol.
27. Troubnt and Halve' Practice, new and j
third edition In 2 thick volumes 8 j
vo, of over 1700 pages.
JUST PUBLISHED.
22. Wharton's American Criminal Law '
nw and 3d e itton, 1 vol. Bvo.
25. Bines' Justice—new and fith edition,
1855 by F. C Biightlv, Esq , 1 vol j
Wharton on the American Law ol Homi
cide, .with Reports of Cases, 1 vol.
Roy al Bvo.
28. Brightly'a Pardon's Annual Digest for
1854, price 50 cents.
IN PREPARATION.
Whartop and Stillo's American MedidSl Ju
risprudence, 1 vol. royal 8 vo.
royal Bvo.
Button's Compendium of the Law of Real
Property, with copious Ainericun An
not..lions, 1 vol. roy.al Bvo.
A new Digest ol the Laws of the Utiiled
Sates, on the plan ol Pardon's Di
gest of 1853. 1 vol. imperial 8 vo.
Sergeants' Mechanics' Lien Law, new edi
tion. " t
The Pennsylvania Form Book
n?" See Kay & Brother's Catalogue of j
I.aw Publications lor particulars:
t~2~ Orders or letters of inquiry rotn the
country promptly attended to
August 17th, 1854.—1y
i'mnsj Ivsin'n Wire Writs,~
No. 21 Arch St., above Front,
PHI LADE-LPHIA.
rjIHE Subscribers have on hand, and are
■* com-tantiv manufacturing,SlEVES RID
DLES, SCREENS, WOVEN WIRES, of
all meshes and widths. Also ali kinds of
plain and Uricy Wire work. Brass and Iron
Wire Sieves of all kinds ; Brass and Cop
per Wire ('loth lor Paper Makers, &e. Cvl
inders and Dar.dy Rolls covered in the best
manner.
Heavy Twilled Wire for Spark Catchers,
Sieves lor Brass and Iron Founders, Screen
Wire, Window Wire, Sales, Traps, Dish
Covets, Coal and Sand Screens, &e.
BAYLISS, DARBY & LINN.
August 17th, 1854.
Philadelphia & (lending Bail Road.
TRAINS
For Poitsvillo, (leading. &c. &.
MORNINGS LINES.
Leave Philadelphia and Pottsville at 7} o'-
clock, P. M. except Sundays.
AFTERNOON LINES.
Leave Philadelphia and Pottsville at 34
o'clock P. M except Sundays,
FARES. I*l CLASH 2d CLASS,
Between ritilaii'a fc Pottsville, 82 75 $2 25
Between Pliilatl'a & Beading, 1 75 l 45
50 lbs. Baggage allowed to each passen
ger.
ON SUNDAY—One Train leaves Philadel
phia at 74 o'clock A. M nod returns from
Pottsville at 4 o'clock, P. M. taking 110 bag-(
° '""FARE FOR THE EXCURSION, 84
All 'Tickets must be purchased before en
tering the Cars,
DEPOT in Philadelphia, Coiner of Broad
and Vine Streets.
By ortier of the Boat! of Managers.
S. BRADFORD, Secretary.
Aug. 18, 1854.
Cash pnitl lor A'lraw-
Tlis subscriber will paycash for Straw de
livered at his Paper Mill at Millgrove, near
Light Street, at the following rates to wir:—
Short straw 80 50 per ton, long straw 87 per
ton. These rales will be paid for either
Wheal, Rye er Oats straw in good dry con
dition.
For flnx, after the seod is threshed off, he
will pay all) per ton.
THOMAS TRENCH.
Millgrove, April Bth 1854.-tf.
Dr. FRANCIS C. HARRISON,
Y\fOt'l/D respectfully inform the citizens
* ol Bloomsbutg and vicinity that he
has commenced the practice of MEDICINE
there; and rolicit. a share of public patron
age. lie can always be lourui at the Ex
change Hotel opposite the Court House.
Bloomsburg, March, Ist, '65.
FANCY GOODS, of every description and
variety, new styles, and fresh Irom New York
and Philadelphia, for sale at the cheap atore
M'KELVY, NEAL & CO
TUG GREAT NATURAL REMEDY
FOB
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
vs. n..roaTassx.,w r|R J S. HOUGH TON'S
PEPSIN, the true Diges
'i Li uidii l ' v,> Floid. or Gastric Jutoe,
ft ->- still holds the first place a
•f \ -TawhtLa. ft " tt" various reme
-11 dies lot these painful and de
nt rootive complaints. It is Nature's own spe
cific for an 'unhealthy stomach. No art of
man can equal its curative powors; and no
-offerer from Indigestion & Dyspepsia should
fail to Irv it. Agents supplied at
No. 11 ,'N. EIGHTH St., PHILADELPHIA.
re" So Id by E. P. Lulz, and J. R. Mover.
March 29, 1855.
US U 30 C£> IX3Q. £3Ub IT* g}>
Cabinet Ware llooms,
S. €. SIIIVE
1 RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
4. of the Public lo liis extensive assort
ment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which
ho will warrant made of good materials and
in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish
ment, can always be found a good assort
ment ol
Fasltiouable Furiillue,
Which is equal in style and finish to thai of
Philadelphia or New York cities, and al as
low prices. He has Sofas of different style
and prices, from 825 to 860. Divans, Loun
ges, Walnut and 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, detashus, ctieffeiiiers, Whatnots
and comndes and all kinds of fashionable
work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and
common washslands, dres-tables, corner
cupboards, solas, dining and bieakfa-t 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
I rnaitru-ses fined to any sized bedstead,which
are superior for .durability and comforl to
any bed in use.
Bloomsburg, April 6th 1854. If.
F. H. SMTTH7
PORT MOXNAIE, POCKET BOOK,
AND
Dressing; Cast' IVlaiiufueturcr
iV. (V. cor. of 4th and Chestnut Sts.,
PHILADELPHIA,
A LWAYS on hand a large ar.d varied as
-I*■ sortment of
Port Mommies, Work Boxes,
Pocket Books, Cabas,
Bankers Cases, Traveling Bags.
Note Holders, Backgammon Boards,
Port Folios, Chess Men, [Books
Portable Desks, Pocket Memorandum
i Dressing Cases, Cigar Cases, &c.
Also, a general assortment of English,
French and German fancy goods. Fine
l'oekrt Cutlery,
j Razors, Razor Strops and Gold Pens. Whole- 1
j sale, Second and Third Floors.
F. H. SMITH,
N. W. cor. Fourth & Chestnut Sis., Phila.
N ■ B—On ;he receipt ol 81, a Superior
Gold Pen will he sent to any part of the U.
S'stes, by mail; describing pen, thus, medi
um. hard, or soft.
Philadelphia, April 5, 1855. 1-y.
STOVES I STOVES!
Slllltl'MiSS fr IISLICX
HAVE Opened a new Sieve and Tinware
Establishment, on Main street one door
above the Court-house, where they are pre
pared lo furnish goods in their line such as
Tin. Sheet Iron, //allow ll'are, Crass
Kettles, Cast Iran Sinks, frying
I'tens. Stove Pipes, all kinds
of Tin IPare, Broom IFire
at extremely low
Prices. Jhnony their
variety of
1 may be found the Home Air Tight, William
Point, Globe, fool Mountain, Miners' Choiro 1
Van Leer's Kitchen Comforl, Double Overt,
the celebrated Raub Cooking Stove for coal
or wood, and others, too numerous 10 men
tion. At-o Parlor Grates, Office and
Parlor Mojcx,
in great variety. Tin Roofing, Gutters, Lead
ers, and all kinds of work made to order, ul
the shortest notice.
Repairing of all kinds attended 10.
Bloomsburg, April 271h 1854.—tf.
/ f HOOK f
JOSEPH sivutrz
HAS just opened a netv lot of Books, Cap,
letier and note paper, porlolios &w.,
w Inch he will sell at the lowest prices al the
Bioomsbnrg Book Store. He has the Stand
ard School Books, and a variety of the most
desirable historical, religious, scien.ific pub
lications of the day. He has also a stock of
the
H3csstl SS'qD'orcßllss.
Blank books. Bibles, and Religious works.
A uui. ber of
GOOD VIOLINS,
a stock of jewelry; and an assortment o
canes, lan ps, tops, perfumery, confeeliona"
ries, kitick knacks and notions for sale.
CW He will furnish at short notice any
work that may be desired and ordered.
Bloomsburg, October 15th 1854.
Q R ENWOOtf SEMINARY
AT
MILLYILLE, COLUMBIA CO.,' PA.
For Youth or both Sexes,
nil lie HUGS*, PRINCIPAL.
rpHIS Institution which has been In sttc
-L 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 pari
of August, but pupils will be taken 11 auy
season.
Instruction is given in all the English
branches usually taught. Natural Philosophy
and Astronomy will be illustroled by appro
priate apparatus and access given 10 a Li
brary ami the use of Mathematical instru
ments. Books and Stationery will be pro
vided for all who desire.
■ imUiSSSo
TUITION, 83, 84 and 85 per quarter, graded
by the course of study.
Bhurding f 1 50 per week. Board, Tuition
washing, lights, 821 perquarier; or 840
for two quartors, if one half is paid ia ad
vance.
For farther particulars address the princi
pal.
Millville, Nov. 1. 1854.
Fancy Paper*
Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Writing sand. &c
an be found at the cheap Rook store of
JOSEPH SWABTZ,
¥RON STEEL, and every kind of Hard
waie for sale by McKELVY,
McKELVY, NEAL & Co
ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For sale at the
cheap store of EVANS, U APPLE MAN.
A A uL dBB
TO THE FASUONABLE AND
vjxHE undersigned, Itßving just received the
*• latest Paris and New York Fashions,
would again beg leave to inform his numer
ous friends nod all the world nboul Blooms
burg, that he is now better prepared than ev
er to accommodate any one with the neatest,
easiest and best fitting suits of Clothes that
have been turned out lately; and not only
that, but he will also do them up in the best
order, upon the lowest lerms.
His shop is al the old stand, (too well
known to need further notice) where lie may
nt all times he found, sealed upon the bench
of repentance steadily drawing out ihefAicid
of alllietion, hopeihg it muy 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 he expected to work. Therefore, Wheat,
live. Corn, Oats, Potatoes, and with all now
and then u little CASH will come mighty
handy from those who are batik-standing on
hie book.
Remember, gentlemen, that in all cases
"the laborer is worthy of his hire."
BERNARD RUPERT.
Bloornsburg, April 14th, 1853. .
! Walt-Res, Jewelry, Silverware and
! CJv -CiT (SfCS/vEISiSo
SW& BUvJi
I A Choice .Assortment of the Finest Quality,
\ FOR BAI.R AT Til K LOW KMT CAhH I'HUM. AT
WM. B. ELTONHEAD'S,
No. 181. Soiiili Sei'ond 81.,
Between Pine and I nion. Went bide,
PHILADELPHIA.
The rB*ortin<mt embraces a large nnd select
stock of line Watches, Jewelry, Hilver Ware,
- Alhatu W.are, plated with fine Silver, in Spoons,
Porks, Ladle's, &c. —Jet Goods, Fans and Fan
) *y Articles of n superior quality, deserving the
examination of those who desire to procure the
HEST noons at the LOWESTCASII PHICRS.
Having a practical knowledge of the business,
nnd all Available facilities for Importing and '
manufacturing, the subscriber confidently in* ;
vites purchasers, believing 'hat he can supply |
them on terms as favorable as any other es
tablishment in either of the Atlantic Cities.
All kinds of Diamond and bead Jewelry and
Silver Ware manufactured to older, within a
rousonahle time.
Watches, Jewelry and Silver Waro faithful
ly repaired.
WM B ET.TONJIEAD, i
No. IS4 South 2d St., a few doom above
the 2d St. Market, West Side.
fct 5 " In the South Window of the Store, may
be seen the famous BIRD CLOCK, vrlilcii
commands the admiration of the scientific and i
curious.
September 28th, 1354. ly.
BTAUFFER & HARLEL
Citcap IValt Hics & Jewelry!
WHOLESALE ami RETAIL, nt tfie !
Philadelphia Watch ami Jewelrv
Slore, N" 9fi North Second Street corner of
Quarry, Philadelphia.
Gold Lever Watched, full jewelloif, 18 ca
rat case,, £2B 00
Gold Lupine 18 k. 24 00
Silver Lever full jewelled, 12 oo
I Silver Lapine juvels, 9 00
Superior quarters, 7 oo
I Gold Spectacle., 7 oo
Fine Silver do, _ 1 50
Gold Bracelet*, ' ' - 3 00
Ladies' Gold Pencils. 1 00
Silver IVa spoons, set, 5 00
Gold Pen with Pencil & Silver bolder, 1 00
Gold finger Rings 37} rents lo £BO : watch
Glasses, plain, 12} cents; Patent, lflf ; bn- j
net, 25; otbei iriU le., in proportion. Ail
goods warranted to be what tWy are sold
for. STAUFFER &• HARLEY.
On hand, some Gold and Silver Lovers
and Lupines, still lower than the above pri
ces.
September 21st, 1354 ly.
Tin- Ware &, Stove!
FstfifiiiNSimcnt.
mHP. UNDEUtSIUNRD, respectfully in
* formr hie; >ld friends* nmJ cuKtomcr,tliat i
he ha* purchased hia brothei'd mteront in the
bove caiahlisftmcnt, und the concern will here
after be conducted by himself exclusively. Ho
hfln just rencivbd und oiltie for s tie the
largest and inoat cxtennivo nisorim .it
j meat I aNUV bTOVieSd everintro
duceJ into this market.
Htovopipc and 'i'inware couatanllyon hind
and manufactured to order. All Uindd of re
pairing dvnc, G3 usual, on abort notion,
The patronage of old frients aud new cos
tonicra is rtspvcifuiiy aoliciicd.
A. M. RUPERT.
Dloomshtirg Jan. 12, 18<>3. £l-tf
RLLVB L f KIIGIIT,
(*Successor lo Hartley Knight.)
BEDBLVG A.\S CARPIM'
WAREHOUSE,
Ko. 148 South Second Street, Five doors above
SI'KUCB STREET, FHILXORI.WIIA,
Where lie keep* constantly on hand a full as
sortment of every article in his line of business,
Fcatheis, Featherbed*, Patent Hpring Mattres
ses, Curled hair, Moss .Corn Husk and Stiaw
Mattresses, Velvet Tapestry, Tapestry, Brus.
sels, Three.Ply, Ingrain. Venetian, List, Hag
and Hemp Carpeting*, Oil Cloths. Canton Mat.
, tings, Cocoa and Spanish Mattings, Floor and
Stair Druggets, Hearth Hugs, |)ci Mats, Ta
ble and f'iann Covers, to which he respectfully
invites the attention of purchasers.
Philadelphia dept. Ist, 1854.—1y.
itvffittSralioii CertUirntcg
For iho ne of clergymen, justices, pliysi
inn. and other persons in registering tnarria
ges and deaths ns required by. the hew Ao
Assembly, can bo had at the otfice of the
Star of the North."
THOMAS BUTLER,
No. 7 South Seven'h Street,
PHILADELPHIA ;
jY|unnfai!inrer of strong; Tinware, Copper,
"• Tin and Zinc Bathing Tubs, Bathing
Pans, and every kind of batning apparatus.
Also deed and paper boxes
Prompt attention given to ordered wark,
and good, carefully lorwpjued on orders.
Philadelphia, August 17th, 1854.
TREES! EVEKGHEENN!
ffiXQts, SHRUBS, ROSES,
I'I.ANJ'S, &e., in great varte
*yw ly and size, cultivated and for sale
large or email quanlilie., at the
Rising Sun Nuiseriea and Garden, I'hiludel
phia.
All orders promptly attended to. Deacrip
live ( otalugue, sent lo post paid applications
gratia.
Address, by mail, S. MAUPAY.
Rising San I'. 0., I'hilada.
N° 11.—-Plants, Rosea, Seeds, die., can he
had eacry day it the below Sixth
Street, l'hiladclphia, ws'c orders are also re
ceived for the nutsery.
March 20th, 1856—4t.
DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss. Bog
Jaconelt Mull, Cantbrio, Swiss Muslin
Bishop Lawns, salo Bard Muslin just receiv
ed at the Store of
MENDENHALL & MENSCH
no aasstpda •
E. 0. EO7T3R,
OTTTIBGKOSR MBMSTF,
|> E9PECTFULLY oflern bit
tfWfejylk professional services m
.1* (|, e Ladies and Gentlemen of
Bloomeburff anil vicinity. Ue is prepared lo
attend to all the various operations in Den
listry, and is provided with the latest im
proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will
he inserted on pivot or gold plale, to look aa
well as natural.
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on hand. All operations on the teeth
warranted.
ry OHice nenr tho Academy.
Hloornshurs, Nov. 20, 1861.
Em-nit lire, Eni-niliirc !
f T F. HOOVER respectfully informs his
customers of Bloomshurg and the peo
ple gee. rally ol Columbia County in waul of
FURNITURE, that they will find it greatly
to their nitvuniuge to purchase at his Wars
house, win:to they will find
A LARUE STOCK
nl the most modern styles lo select from.
The subscriber beg* to say thai his facilities
lor manufacturing arul buying his materials
for cash ami having no Apprentices, but em
ploying the best of workmen enables him to
oirer great inducements to those in want of
GOOD TURN 11 URIC AT LOW PRICKS,
as he murlf prefers the ''nimble sixpence to
tlie slow shilluig." All goods bought in his
Waroroom* will be warranted, and il intend
ed for the Country will bo parked with ears
and dispatch. H. l'\ HOOVER,
No. 120 South 2d St, below Doek west side,
March 15, '55.-3 m. Philadelphia.
~KE Who VTE TO RNILAOEITPIIIJ
('aliawissa, Hillianisport,
and Erie Rail Road.
OPEN TO Mil TON.
81 hours between Phil'a. and Dliltfrk.
ON and alter Monday, Sept. 25th, and
until extension to Williamsport, pass
enger trains xvil! be run everyday (Sundays
excepted) as follows :
Leaving' Milton at 11 A. M., connec'ittg
with Reading Rail Road, at Port Clintoo, ar
riving at Philadelphia at 7 20, P. M.
Leaving Philadelphia, at 7 30, A. M.; ar
rive at Milton at 4 30 P. M.
A Freight Train will leave Milton, on
Monday, Wednesday & Friday, and Port
Clinton on Tuesday, Thursday audSalul lay,
of each week.
Freight is carried to and from Pliladelohia
without transhipment, from Reading Rail
Road Freight Depot corner of liroaS ami
I Cherry streets.
T. McKISSOCK,
| Sept. 28,—ft 1854.
I moss & lißoiiu u,
i Ko. 12 South Fourth Slrret. Philadelphia,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS & BLANK
BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
KEEP a complete assortment ol SCHOOL,
MISCELLANEOUS and MEDICAL
HOOKS, Blank ami Memorandum Bonkj,
Writing, Later and wrapping papers, fine
Pocket Cutlery, tu\, to which they invi'o the
attention of country merchants ami others.
The prices and quality will corn par o favora
bly with any other House. Having an ex
' len-tvo bindery under their immediate su
perintendence, they am p.repared to furnish
either ready-made, or ruled to particular pat
tern, Blank coconut of evety size and
description, subed for
Baiiks. insurance Companies
and County Court Records, the quality of
which is warmllled both as regards paper
and binding. They employ none but the
best.workmen nod uuo first class materials.
IT/" Orders from a distance will receive
parirnlur retention.
Masonic ami Odd Fellows' Regalia and
Publications lor individuals, members ami
Lodges, the most extensive assortment lo be
found in the United Suites.
Philadelphia, March 29, 1855-Gin.
<*!•: UNEY & ALREiER,
NURSERYMEN AND SEED GROWERS,
G> Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,
VS/dLL h'ttttsh to order and pack with care
* * all the most desirable garden, field and
fl i ver soi't/s;choice roses,plant*,l.utt, shade
and ornatueutal trees, dahlias, dutch bulbous
roots,
for parties and balls, tastefully put up and
sent to any distance.
Their trees and flowers are principally
raised in their own nursery at the comer of
Broad and Christian Street*,
and they give particular attention to tho as-
I lection of tare and ehoire species of peach,
apricot, pear and apple trees. -
| Orders from a distance carefully attended
to. Flowers and shrubs will be safely box
i cd,or trees packed and despatched by tail
toad or canal at lair prices. They also ratao
and sell a beautilu! species of the
(QUS&TL'S 18018.
with or without cage, singlp or in pairs.
Philadelphia, March 29, 1835-2 m.
CURE voi d ;otuu,
EY Til K CSK I F
Riltcr'a hyrup of Tar,
WILD ciiEiinY , A„D WOOD NAPHTHA,
A SLIGHT COLD, accidentally acquired,
through neglect or improper treatment,
may result ill that worst of all diseases, con
sumption, advised in lima, and
procure at once a bottle of t h is valuable pre
paration. Il is pleasant to the taste, and bas
no "narcotic in its composition, and cau be
taken with perfect safety.
The wide spread reputation which this
preparation litis oDianted as a cough medi
cine. is u sure guarantee of its usefulness in
all diseases of the throat end binge, and ail
who use il will be certain to obtain relief.—
For sale by all the storekeepers in ibis, and
adjoining counties, ami wholesale by tbo
proprietor. * , I. L. 11l ITER,
No 7 South Front St., Philadelphia,
Jan. 28. 1856.
SALE OF VALUABLE PKOPKRTV
t■ IHK subscriber wishing to retire from
JL business w ill sell or vent, on easy term*
his business property, such its,
FURNACE, GRIST-MILL, FAR9I,
Store-House and Good-, together with Hon
es, Wagons, Carls, and a variety of otuer
property, necessary for the conduct of such
an establishment. ,
The Furnace is run with Anthracite Coal,
and is calculated to make 50 ton* Pig Ron
per week. Plenty o( Ore iell in the neigh
borhood
tt&SIS 523&& &&s£&
is in good order. GTPossession given when
the present stock is worked up. Call on the
uudcrsiged al his residence at Light Street
Columbia County. ALSO,
.TOO Acres of Timber Land,
tor sale cheap, situate above Orangeville,
north aide of the Knob Mountain.
M. MCDOWELL,
Light Street, Feb. 22, 1855.
BLiftkSl BLANkS 17 BLANKS I i ~
DEEDS. SUMMONS, * 1
EXECUTIONS, SITBFtENAS,
AND JUDGMENT NOTES,
paper and desirable forma, fo- sale a.tthft
otfice of the '"-hat of the North "
EXCHANGfcTFIKWSPAPEJRS
ly t\ hundred for eale at thie ofßoe.

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