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PERHAM'S GIFT ENTERPRISE—The Com mittee appointed by the shaieholders in ibis affair, to distribute the 100.000 Gifts amongst 'the nekst holder*, have deferred the distri bution until tbe bih of July, on account ol there remaining unsold some few thopsands 'of tickets. Mr. Perham, ever anxious lo meet tbe views of his patrons, offers extraor dinary inducements to Agents to engage in the sale of the rrtnaining tickets, so that there may be no more delays, which are un questionably as vexßtiousto him as to those who have purchased tickets in his enter prise. We commend the reading ot hi* ad vertisement to our patrons, and hope that each and ail will lend a helping hand to bring tbe matter to an early and satisfactory consummation. TO THE CITIZEN'S OF PENNSYLVANIA. SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, I beg leave to call the attention of the citi zens o! Pennsylvania to the above article, manufactured by my sell exclusively, at my Factory io Schiedam, in Holland, expressly for medicinal purposes. It is made from the best Barley that can be selected in Europe and the essence of an ar omatic Italian berry, of acknowledged and extraordinary medicinal properties; arid it has long since acquired a higher reputation, ooth in Europe and America, than any other dielio be vet age. In Gravel, Gout, ami Rheumatism; in Ob structions of the Bladder and Kidneys, and Debility of the Urinary Functions, it*, ef fects are prompt, decided, and invariably re liable. And it is not only a Remedy for these maladies, but, in all cases in which they are p/oduced by Drinking Bad Wa.er, which is, utmost universally, the cause of them, it op erates as a Sure Preventive. The distressing effect upon the Stomach, Bowels, and Bladder, lo travelers, new resi dents, and all persons unaccustomed to them produced by the waters of nearly all our great inland rivers like the Ohio, Mississippi, and Alabama, from the large quantity of decay ed \ egeiable matter contained in them, iu a state ot solution, is well known ; as is also that of the waters of limestone regions, in producing Gravel, Calculi, and Stone in the Bladder. The AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS ie an absolute corrective of alt these injurious properties of bud wa'et, and consequently prevents the disease which they occasion. It is also found to be a cure and preventive of Fever and Ague, a corr .plamtcaused by the conjoin: effects of vege table malaria iu the atmosphere, and vegeta ble putrescensea in the waters of those dis tricts iu which il piincipallv prevails The # Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps is consequent ly in great demiitt-l by persons travelling, or about to settle in those parts of the country especially; as well as by many in every eotiiununity where <1 has become known on account of its various other remedial proper ties. * More than three thousand physicians, among whom are numbered the greatest name* belonging to the faculty of medicine lit this country, have-cert'fied, over their own signatures, to the valuable medicinal proper ties of such an article, os the severest tests hnveproved theSchiedum Aromatic Schnapps to be, and iiave accepted it as a most desira ble addition to the mahrta ntcdtca. Put up in quart and pint bottles, enveloped in yellow paper with my name on the bot tle, cork and seal. For sale by all'respecta ble Druggists and Grocers. IXOLPHO "WOLFE, •IS, 20, & 22 Beaver s'reet, N. V. 25 South From street, PhHada. T beg leave lo call the attention of the pub lic tetbe following letters from physicians: " Laboratory, N. Y, May 2, 1855. "MR. UPDOLPIIO WOLFE— Dear Sir: I enn- Xiot speak to highly of the purity ofyout Schi edam Schnapps. It is decidedlv superior lo •anything of the kind iu rnarkeV It is per fectly free front the admixture ol fusil nil, or of any of ihove aruyhc compounds -which produce such a mischievous and irreparable effect upon the constitution, and which very few samples of alcoholic distilled liquors aie witbont—most ol them being largely impreg nated With it. I have personally inspected the various ptocess of distillation practiced nt "Schiedam, and know that unusual care is taken to separate the noxious element* from the pure alcohol, and your Schnapps is a striking proof of its success. As a medici nal agent for chronic anil renal affections, 1 have successfully prescribed il, and recom mend it as an agreeable cordial and harm less stimulant, and shall' continue to do so; us well as to use it as a source of pure alco hol for chemical investigations and experi ment*. Yours obedient, I-AIAH DECK. Consulting Analytical Chemist." t)r Charles A. Leas, Commissioner of llenlth, Baltimore, writes as follows in rela tion to the value of Schnapps as R remedy * in,chronic catarrhal complaints, fee. The tatter is dated July 27, 1853: " 1 lake great pleasure in bearing high Iy er edit able testimony to ila efficacy as a rem edial agent in the diseases for which you rec ommend it. Having a natural tendency to the mocous suffaces, with a slight degree of • tlmoUvion, I regard it as tone of the most iinportaot remedies in chronic catarrhal af fections, particularly those of the genito uri nary apparatus. ft ith much repsect, your obedient servant, CHARLES A. LEAS. " PHILADELPHIA, July 15, 1853. " Mr.UJol|'ho Wolfe, No, 4 Beaver at., N. Y. Dear Sir: Last act 800 the writer receiveJ through your agent in this city, a bottlo of \our Aromatic Hcbiedam Schnapps, and siuce that period haa prescribed the same fn certain tnroft of urinary complaints, also in cams ol' debility in aged persons. So the Sciinspi a haa teen oi much benefit lo those using it * * In conclusion, where a diuretic and atiraulaut it tequired, I should use tbe Ato ms lie Schiedam Schnapps- Thanking you for ysur kindness, I am respectfully yours, A. D. CHALONER, M. D, 180 South Eighth nt. The subjoined letter irotn Dj PAINE, of Manchester, N. H„ relates to ana of the most valuable medicinal propeitiea possessed by the Aromatic Schnapps, and shows that il acta as * spovifix in a very painful disease—the Grav ••Mr. Woirx Permit ma lo address you a few lines, which you are at liberty Iu use if you think proper, iu reepeot to your medicine, called Schiedam Schnapps. I have had a very eostiuate cam of gravel and elone, of some five year* standing, causing very acute pain in oveiy attempt to urinate, After using many nmadiea without much relief, 1 was induced to tm a bottle of your medicine. In the course •f threes days it proved effectual, dislodging largo piece* of elone, wait of which were aa largo a* a marrowfat paa. I continued the cor dial, according to directions, and the pstient continued to gain, and ia fast recovering, I think a medicine of so much value in so dis tressing a complaint, should be know.-, to ihs public, and the world at large. And 1, for one must give U my erprobatfbu and aignatura. Taos- PAIRS, M. D." From Dr. JORN S. RSESI, Chemist, Balli oie, Mil. Sept. 15, 18r2 " A number o' our physicians are ordering Ike article,and several have already prescribed it A gentleman of my own personal acquaint puce havi ug suffered greatly with an affection of the kidncyy and bladder, look two bottles, sad subsequently passed a atone of considers- He via*, ttid was groetly relieved. It will, no d"bt go ilim general use." Mar**,. !*s—3ui. HINRT'S INVIOORATINO met its of this purely vegetable extract for the removal and care of physical prostration, genital debility, nervous afftctlons, &0., fee., are fully described in another column of this paper, to which the reader is referred. $2 Er bottle, 3 bottles for $5; six bottles for ; >l6 per dozen. the marks of the genuine. Prepared only by S. E. Cohen, No. 3 Frank lin Row, Vine St., below Eighth Philadelphia Pa., to whom all orders mast be addressed. For Sale by all the respectable Druggists and- Merchants throughout the country. T. W DVOTT t SONS, No. 132 North 2nd *t., Philadelphia, Sale Agents .for Pennsyl vania IMPORTANT TO FEMALES —Dr. CIISESEMANS' PILLS.— The combinations of ingredients m ihcve Pilla. is the result of a long and ex tensive practice: thry are mild in rheir open aliol', and certain in restoring trainee to its proper channel. In evory instance have the Pilla proved successful. The Pilla invaria bly open those obstructions to which females are liable, and bring nature into ha proper channel, whereby ha* th ia restored, and the pale and deadly countenance changed to a healthy one. No female can enjoy good health unless aba is regular ; and whenever an obstruction lakes pin e. whether from ex posure, cold, or any other ca'ise, the geneial health immediately begins to declino, and the want of such a remedy has beer, lira ciusf of so many consumptions among young fern ale. To ladies whose health will not permit ajr in 'crease of rheir family, llrcre Pilla will prove a valuable acquisition, is they will prevent ptegntney. Headache, pain in lira side, pal pitation of the heart, loathing of food, and disturbed deep do mm-? alwsvs arise Irom the interruption of natu.e; and whenever that ia the case, the Pilla will invariably remedy all these evils. Nor are ihey lees efficacious in the cure of Leucorrhoca, commonly called the "Whites," These Pilla should never Ire ia. ken during preg nancy, as they wuuld be sure Pi cause a miscarrigae. Waruitedto be purelv Vegetable, and lice from anything injurious lo life or heullh. Full and explicit diiecltuna a.company each box. Tbese Pilla are put up in square ilat boxes. Pcrona residing where there are no ageney established, by enclosing One Dollar in a let ter poatpai d to r, O, la. Cheeseman, No. 267 Blecker street, New York City, cat have them sent to their respoclivj adareaiej by retur i of mail. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MORE MEN WANTED IMMEDIATELY A FEW more active and enterprising young men can find immediate employment by which they can easily make S6OO to $101)0 a year, to act as Agents for several new popu lar works just published, exclusively for Agents arid not for sale in Booksiorea. We have a great number of Agents em ployed, many of whom are making from sls to S2O per week. Those who wish 10 engage in this pleasant, profitable business, will lor particulars, requisites fee., address, post-paid: I C. L. DERBY & CO., Publishers and Wholesale Booksellers, Sandusky City. Ohio. Editors cf Newspapers, by giving the above and following three insertions, and calling attention to it. and sending a copy of their paper containing it, will in return, re ceive any throe of the following works, viz: Lile ol Josephine, by Headly, ®li " Lafayette, do H " Napoleon, do Wild Scenes o! a Hunter's Life, 1J Lives of Mary and Martha Washington, 1 Otld Fellows' Amulet, 1 Any person wishing any of the above books can have them set,l by mail free ot postage on the receipt of the above retail price. DERBY & Co. •Must of the People having sct-u Nam, THE ENGBOSMNQ QUESTION NOW IS HAVE YOU HEAD SAM? VVb.ch is supposed to mean the LIFE OF SAM HOUSTON, A beautiful 12 mo. vol., fully illustrated, containing an Authentic Narrative of the Eventful and Stirring Life of the Illustrious Senator, Hero, Patriot and Statesman, and now when ominous clouds of sectional discords, and threatening* of Civil War on our Western Frontier, come thick and fast— all eyes are turned to ilie Man (or the Times. The Second Old Hickory —facluon's Friend. The Hero if San Jacinto. The Conqueror of Santa Anna. The First President of Texas The Future President of the United States. "Thisbook will win huu hosts ol friends." —Louisville Jour. " Every American should possess it."— N. O. Expiess. " Houston is a man of prominence *t this time. His name is 'in the mouths ot men.' ■' —American Organ, D. C. "A strange and adventurous life—beyond that of most men."— N. O. Crescent. "Intensely interesting, and will be read by millions."— Hingluim (Mass) Journal. •' No novel ever presented a more attrac tive face.'"— Star Spangled Banner. " He can capture with his sword, or capti vate with eloquence."— Troy Whig. ''Thousands of his friends will read it with enthusiasm."— Chiislian Enquirer. " It should be in the hands ol every Amer ican citizen."— Concord (N. 11) Journal. "In language such as will touch the heart, the outline of Houston's career.'"— Savannah (Geo) Jour. " ll is a work of the moat romantic, hero io interest."— N. Y. Mirror. •' For executive action in peace or war, a statesman a aud soldier.'— Newberry port Her ald. "His (tame and history Americans will love to cherish."— Buff. Christ. Ado. "A record not unworthy a Presidential candidate."— Prov Post. " A national man, who has fought and bled and lived for the American Republic."-Amer ican Patriot. • " Would tiers were more like him among our public men.'"— Gospel Banner. "The work throughout is one of deep and thrilling interest' —Chrul. Freeman. "We have read the work with islense in terest."—Schenectady Reflector. " Full of anecdote, adventure and thrilling incident."—l'Aic. Budget. "An extremely interesting and graphic memoir.'"-Soi/or. Transcript. " Will engage the attention of the reader from the opeuirg to the close."— Rochester Union. " Destined lo have a large sale, for Sam is popular."— Hart. Repub. "The champion of Jackson, respected, be friended and beloved by him."— Bujf. Repub. " Will everywhete be read with much m teresl, it ia a copious and brilliant narrative." —N. Y. Corn Advertiser. The above ia but tbe key-note of many fa vorable notices, from the leading papers of the United States. Thousands of American citizens are reading '.he book with delight. Many mere are wailing for an opportunity to possess il. Price $1,25. And for sale by all Booksellers. Single Copies sent by mail (post-paid,) on receipt of price. 16,000 AGENTS WANTED, liberal terms allowed address J. C. DERBY, Publisher, 119 Nassau strsst New York. June 5, '55. FANCY GOODS, ol every description and variety, new styles, and fresh from New York and Philadelphia, for sale at the cheap store M'KELVY, NEAL & CO Sevastopol not Taken! RfTt TUV SECOND ARRIVAL, I\TOT of allien, but of a new assortment of *•" SEASONABLEGOODS by A. C. Meosch at tbe corner of Main and Market Street Hit first tot he soon sold down pretty low, but has now filled it out with a S3acE>cr&& s so that be oan supply evr'ry reasonable want of his customers and the public. He hat re ceived a varielv ol new styls DRESS GOODS, and everything to make up a complete as sortment sf SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, VIE. Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens ware, Cedar-ware, Hollow-war?. Drugs, FISH, SALT, COAL, PLASTER, IRON, Nails, Boots, Siloes, Hats, Caps, Sic., Sic. In short, every thing usually kept in coun try Stores, to which he invites fire public generally: EV Cash, Lumber, Old Iron, anil Coun try Produce taken in exchange lor Goods, at the highest market price. A. C. MENBCH. Blonmsburg, June 7, 55.—y. GAS LIGHT FOR COUNTRY HOUSES. No excuses for burning Camphine, Fluid, Candles, <s•<:. THE subscriber is now prepared to Bell County Rights forusing Bengoleor Almcspher ic das. The above is one of the most beau tiful as well as the CHEAPEST ailificial light that has ever been offered to the public. It is inore brilliant and less than one half the cost of Coal Cos. It is perfectly HARMLESS, no trouble whatever,and the Generator is no larger than an ordinary Gas Meter. For further information apply to Hoffman, Leinau & Ogelsby,Gas Fitters, No. 13 South Seventh Street, between Market and Chest nut, Philadelphia, where the Gas can be seen in practical operation. County Rights will be sold at such rates as will enable any person to make a handsome piqfit on their in vestment. For further particulars respecting 'he Gas, or negotiation fur County Rights, address post-paid. W.C. WITTERS, Sole Agent for the State of Poena. Or apply personally to hith at No. 13 S. Seventh Su, Pliilads. Juno 7, 1855—t. EXTRAORDINARY To Agents for procuring Subscribers for Tickets at $1 Each IN PERHAM'S GREAT 100,000 GIFT EN TERPRISE! The distribution rf> the Gifts being definitely fixed for JULY bih, 1855. Any person sending 510 may deduct 10 percent, or will receive 11 Tickets. Each person sending Sioo before the slh of July, will, in addition to commissions, be presented with a Mammoth Gold Pen and Case, valued at $lO. Each person sending S2OO before the sth of July, will, m addition to commissions, be presented with a Silver Watch, valued at $25. Each person sending S3OO before the 511. of July, will, ir. addition to commissions, be ptffhented with a Gold Watch, valued at SSO. Each person sending SSOO belore the slh ol July, will, in addition to commissions, be presented with a Gold Watch, valued at SIOO. The person who shall send, before 'he stli of July, the largest umourit above SSOO, will, in addition to commissions, be presented with a piano, valued at S2OO. 1 have been induced to make tbe above liberal oflers in order to remove a settled ob jection in the minds of your committee, to having the distribution take place while there remain in my hands tickets unsold, and lor which cause they have seen fit to deler the partition of the gifts, which was fixed for the 27th insl., to the sth of July, us will be seen by reference to their proceed ings, published below. I assure yon that the postponement is as vexatious to me as it is to those who have purchased tickets. 1 therefore hope that each arid e' ery one now interested, will co-operate with me in the effort to dispose ot the lew thousand tickets remaining unsold, and thus advance the in terests of the whole body of shareholders. Respectfully yours, J. PERHAM. TO THE PATRONS OF Ferhain's third Gift Enterprise. At a meeting of the Committee of Share holders of Perham's Gill Fuiterprise, held at the Academy Hall, Broadway, oil Wednes day Evening, April 18th, 1855, the follow irig preamble and resolutions were adopted and ordered to be published : Whereas, in view of the fact that several enterprises have been started and curried on with a seeming positive purpose of delraud ing those who could be persuaded to pur chase tickets therein; and such fraudulent proceedings have exerted an injurious influ ence it: the sale ol tickets in the enterprise of Mr Perham; and whereas, it is deemed essential that all the tickets should bo dispo sed ol before the distribution lakes place, be it therefore Resolved, That in order to allow lime for that purpose, the distribution be postponed until the Sth ol July, at such place as may hereafter be determined on. Resolved, That the committee have undi minished confidence in the integrity of Mr. j Perham, and in his disposition to conform to all his published promises to his puiror.s. IIOBT. BEATTY.JR., Chairman. REMEMBER I The Tickets are only $1 Each. And each Ticket admits Four Persons to Perham's Bdrltsqus i pera, 663 Broad-tea i?, N. Y.\ and that among the Gift* to be dis tributed, are A splendid farm of over 100 acres, worth 16,000 1 Loan of Cash, 5 000 1 do. do. 2,000 1 do. do. 1,000 2 do. do. SSOO each, 1,000 10 do. do. SIOO each,'' 1000 Trotting Mare, Lilly Dale, 1,500 5 Rosewood Pianos, SSOO each, 2,500 5 do. do. S3OO each, 1,500 Tbe Great Mirror of N. F Scenery, 22,000 3 Splendid Carriages, $225 10 Gold Watches, SIOO each, 1,000 40 do. do. SSO each, 2,000 100 Gold Pens and Cases, $5 each, 500 5,000 Gold Pens, $3 each, 15,000 &c., &c, &0. All orders for Tickets, by mail, and all let ters for information, should be addressed to JOSEPH PERHAM, 663 Broadway New York. OT Orders will now be received for Tick els in Perham's Fourth Gift Enterprise. May 19 1855 —3vv. Fresh Arrival! 4 NEW lot of cheap muslin* and prints just received by railroad and lor sale by A. C. MENSCH. SHAWLS with silk fringe, a JL fine lot juat received and for sale by A. A. C. MENSCH. MUSLINS a yard wide for 8 cents, and good prints for 6J centa just received by A C MENSCH. Last of Dealers OF gnisds, ware* aHd merchandise:— Also, distillers, flour dealers, &c., within the county of Colombia, Penn'a., returned and classified by SOLOMON HKL WIO, Mercantile Appraiser, in accordance with the several Acts of Assembly, as follow*, viz: NAMES. RESIDENCE. CLASS. LICENSE BLOOM. Bloomsburg 1L R. iron Co. 9 25 00 McKelvy, Nesl & Co. *9 25 00 H. O, 4- i. W. llartman,* <2 18 75 A. C. Mensch, 13 10 00 L. ft. Rupert, 12 12 50 A. J. Sloan,* 13 15 00 J. J. Brower,• 13 15 00 John Barton, 14 7 00 E. P. Lutz. 14 7 00 John K. Mnyer, 14 7 00 Elias Mendenhall,* 13 15 00 Joseph Swartz, 14 7 00 Simon Dreifuse 4* Co. 14 700 David Lowenberg, 14 700 David Stroup, 14 700 A. J. Evans 12 12 50 Daniel Brader,* 14 10 50 HendeTshot 4" Jacoby,* 14 10 50 R. Plummer,* 14 10 50 Sinton Shives, 14 7 00 Sharpless 4" Mclktk, 14 700 H, VV. Thornton,* 14 10 50 A. M. Rupert, 14 700 J. P. Taggart, 14 7 00 Churles Kuhler, 14 7 00 BRIARCREEK. Joseph Lillty, 14 700 Henry Trough, - 14 7 00 Samuel Henry, 14 7 00 J. J. Jacuby,* 13 15 00 BERWICK. Setli Bowman & Freus, 11 15 00 A.Miller, 11 15 00 J. J. Mctleury, 12 12 50 A. Van Houlen, 13 10 00 R. H. Nicely,* 13 15 00 Jotl Jackson, 14 7 00 Di. W. A. Peck, 14 7 00 BENTON. Samuel Ilaycuck 14 700 BE A VER, C. Sliuman, 13 10 00 CKTTAWISSA. Ftncher & Smith, 13 13 00 1 J, D, Melick,* 14 10 50 J. K. Sharpies*,* 13 15 00 John Shsrpldss & Co. 13 15 00 Brobst&Ever,, 13 15 00 C, Rahn, 14 7 00 George Hughes 4" Co. 14 700 Solomon Retnerd 14 7 0 CENTRE. Miller 4- Schuyler, 14 700 G. H. Fowler, 13 10 00 Jesse Hicks,* 13 15 00 Daniel Jamison,* 13 15 00 H. W. Creasy, 13 10 00 FRANKLIN. Lloyd Thomas, 13 10 00 FISHING CREEK. Dame' McHenry 14 700 Bunj. McHenry, 14 700 GREENWOOD. George Masters, 13 10 00 John Leggel, 14 7 00 Elias Werlman, 13 10 00 Jacob Schuyler, 13 10 00 HEMLOCK M. G. Shoemaker,* 13 15 00 C, Neyhard, 14 7 00 J. Harris, 14 7 00 LOCUST. Samuel Deimer, 13 10 00 G. VV. Yeager * 14 10 50 J. P. Levan, 18 10 00 Mark Williams, 13 10 00 F. H. Karn, 14 7 00 Judah Uheiiuglolt. 13 10 00 MAINE. G. R. Shu man 4" Co.* 13 15 00 Aaron Andrews* 13 15 00 MIFFLIN. Brotvn 4" Creasy,* 13 15 00 Stephen Wolf* 13 15 00 Isaac Swepenheiser,* 14 10 50 Miller 4' Housknecht. 14 7 00 MONTOUR. Philip Seeslioltz,* 14 10 50 J. J. Maasey, 14 700 MADISON. J. A. Funston, 13 10 00 N, McCay * 14 10 50 ORANGE. Lazarus & Fisher, 13 10 00 E. G. Rickeits, 13 10 00 Wm. Fritz, 14 700 A. Coleman, 14 7 00 PINE. Jantea Masters, 14 7 00 ROARINGCREEK. G. W; Drcisbach.* 14 10 50 SCOTT, Fowler 11 Criveling, 12 12 50 Melick Ac Fairman, 13 10 00 S. L Bet de, 12 12 50 S. A. Worman, 14 7 00 C. Barton, 14 7 00 Mathew McDowell, 13 10 00 J. R. Robbins, 14 7 00 J. McCarty, 13 10 00 G. Vansickle, 14 7 00 D. Whttmire, 14 7 00 Additional Distilleries. CENTRE. Lott ti Reese, 9 8 00 BENTON. J. F. Lanbach, 10 5 00 K. McHenry, , 10 500 Beer Houses and Oyster Cellars. BLOOM. J. Swartz, 8 5 00 Mose* May, 8 6 00 CATTAWISSA. William Yoder, 8 5 00 Jacob Genael, 8 5 00 Patent Medicines. I John Sharplem, 5 00 J. R. Moyer, 5 00 E. P. Lutz,- 5 00 An appeal will be held at the Commission era' office, in Bloomsburg on Monday the 18th day of June, 1855. next, for all WHO may think themselves aggrieved by the foregoing appraismehl nbd classification. The License must be paid to the County Treasurer on or before the 4th dey of July and no anneal will be held afier the above date. SOLOMON HELWIG, Mercantile Appraiser. Caltawisse, May 18, 1855. * These are licensed to tell liquor. TO BUILDERS Si CONTRACTORS. THE undersigned is prepared 10 undertake and finish in the best workmanlike style all work in the department of SBISKLATXXra. He will personally superintend the work, and find a sufficient number of good hands (or whom be will be responsible to do all work he undertakes at th* shortest notice. Work will be dote to order either by oonlract or by time. GORDON 11. GOFF Bloomsburg, May 30, 1855. • TO THOSE WANTING GOODS! X?aB*XE6a ctS CSBCE>* HAVE just received and opened their stock of merchandize fok Fall and Winter tales, which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assort met I now offered in this TOWN! Having paid great attention to the selection of their entire stock, as to price and quality, they flatlet themselves thai they can compete with ibe cheapest, and all those wishing to boy cheap, oan save money by giving us a call. We have all kinds of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large rot of LADIDS DRESS GOODS, French merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de hages, poplins, paramatta bldths, mohair lustres, muslin de lames, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &e. WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs flouncing*, bands and trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread cloves, mob air milts, &c., All kinds ot SHAWLS, brcrcke, Bay Stale, Waterville, black silk, cashmere, ErtibroJer ed, &c. Also a very large assortment of ololha, cassimers, sattinetts, vaslir.gs, tweeds; jeans, oeaver cloths, coating velvet, &o. BOOTS AND SHOES, OF ALL KINDS If SIZES FOR HEN tVOMAN If CHILDREN We have a large assortment of Hats and Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard ware, Queensware, Cedarwnre, &c. Very cheap carpels, carpet bags, floor, tabic anil car riage oil cloths, mats rugs, baskets, fee. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, toweling*, drillings. &c., in abundance. We invite our friends and the public generally to give us a call before purchasing el e where. We have bought our goods at Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by anybody, or the rest of mankind. Bloomsburg, October 28, 1859. UDup®agonalss Q3a& # HAVE RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF Fashionable Spring and Summer Clothing! In the Exchange Block next to Swarlz's Book Store. They have ou hand a 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 color o( the rainbow, besides some black, blue, grey striped and fancy ; Vests of satin, silk, bufl, casimete, marseilles, linen and worsted of all fash ionable cuts and colors ; Working Pants and boys clothing. Also fine while, figured and striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs,. Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle man's dress goods ; Huta, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and Tltey have Undersleves, Spencers, Collars, Rigaletls, Gloves, Mills, Ladies'a bead-bag Handkerchiefs, fee., fee. Also Jewelry and Notions, such as Kings, Breast pirts, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencils, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Portmonies, Spectacles Knives Razors aotl a well selected assortment of Accordeotts. CW Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court house Bloomsburg, May 18th 1854. 8. DRE I FUSS, & Co! JYE WSPRJJYG & SUMMER GOODS DAVID LOTTEWBEpt® YN VITUS attention to his slock of cheap and fashiohale clothing at his store op Market * street, two doors above the "American House," where he has a full assortment ot men ami boy's wearing apparel, including V.lsisiikbh&islie ©mass mams? }jox, sack, frock, gum and oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, pants of all colors shawls stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy articles. N. B. He wdl also make to order any article of clothing at very short notice and in the best manner. All Iris clothing is made to wear, and most of it is of homo manufac ture. Bloomsburg, May !6th 1854-3 m. "THE OPEN BIBLE." ! A CENTS wanted to sell a NEW WORK, entitled " Paganism. Popery ami Chris tianity, or the BLESSING of an OPEN BI BLE," as shown in the History of Christian ity, from the time of our Saviour to the pres ent day, by Vincent VV. Miller. With a view of the latest developments of Rome's Hostil ity to the Bible, as exhibited in various parts of the world, and an expose of the absurdi ties of the immaculate conception, and the j idolatrous veneration of the Virgin Mary, toy j Rev. J. F. Berg, D. D>. author ol "The Jes i nils," "Church ami Stale," &c. &e. The au | thor of this Work, Dr. Berg, is acknowledged j to be It.e most able writer on Roiuunism in I the the country; those who have read his discussions With Archbishop Hughes will need no assurance ol this fact Agents will find this the most able work published; it is a large 12mo. volume, of four hundred and thirty pages, illustrated with numerous engravings, beautifully and substantially bound, and sold at 31 25 per copy. j Specimen copies sent by mail, post-paid, I to any part ol the United States, on receipt of j the above price. Send for a copy, and judge lor yourselves, Address J. W. BRADLEY, Publisher, 48 North Fourth Street PHILADELPHIA. May 24th, 1855. PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE. IN pursuance of the lust will ami testament of Joshua Webb, the undersigned Execu tor of the said estate will, on Saturday ike , I th day of August next, at 1 o'clock tit the afternoon upon the premises, expose to pub lic sale a tract of Valuable Land. In Centre township Columbia county, laying, along the public highway leading itom Blooinsburg lo Berwick, and lately the resi dence of Joshua Webb, adjoining lands of Nathaniel L. Campbell, John J Webb, M, Baker and Lovi and Philip Miller, contain ihg between 8 and 7 acres, on which there are a Frame Dwelling House, a blacksmith shop, a frame barn, a frame alabte and other outbuildings. ALSO, immediately thereafter upon the followiug premises, a tract of laud adjoining Harrison's limestone quarry, N. L, Camp bell's limestone quarry, in Scott township ooulaining about Two and a half acres, on a purl ol which tbefe is an excellent Limestone Quarry now opened, and two lime kilns abreast and in domlitinn ready for uSe: as also a lime house, Thete is also on this tract a FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, Conditions will be made known on the day of sale by SOLOMON NEYHARD, Executor. Lime Ridge, May 15 1855. Public sale of Real Estate. IN pursuinoe of an order of the ORPHANS COURT OF COLUMBIA COUNTY, on Saturday, the 23 d day of June uexl, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, Michael Phillips Administrator tio. f of William J. Jones, late of Locust township, in said couuly, decea sed, will expose to sale by Public Vendue, upon the premises, a certain Tit ACT OF LAND, situate In Lccust township, Columbia coun ty, containing about twenty five or thirty acres, adjoining lands of Richard Morgan, John Pi'her and David Griffith, along the publio road leading frdm Cattaw-issa to Pottsville, on which there are erected a one j and a half story LOG DWELLING HOUSE, and an old barn. There is on the premi ses a Good Apple Orchard, and a variety of other ahoice and good fruit trees : also a never failing, firing of water near the house. Late the Estate of said deceased, si to aft, in the township of Looust and county aloresai;!, MICHAEL PHILLIPS, Adm'f. By order of the Court. JACOB EVERLY, Clerk. Kloornsburg, May 24 .1855,—t5. "ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For sale at the cheap store of A. J. EVANS. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Dioomsbnrg, J)a- HIRAM W.~THMtNTONt MERCHANT.— Store on the South side of Main Sireet, second square below Mar ket. DAVID LOHENBEIM;! fJLOTHING STORE, on Main sireet. two doors above the 'American flouke." SIMON DREIFUSS, & Co. J~ILOTHING STORE in the 'Exchange Block,' opposite the Court house. A J. EVANS. lAJEIICHANT. — on the upper part of Main street, nearly opposite the Episcopal Church. ~Y. cTSThvar MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE AND CABINET WARE.—Wareroom in Shive's Block, on Main Street. A.M. RUPERT, rpINNER AND STOVE DEALER— -I- Shop on South tide of Mailt street, be low Market. JOSEPH SWARTZ. BOOKSELLER. Store in the ExohaiKre Block, first door above the Exchange Hotel. s ~y n.Tv r !\vEAvi:H, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Office on the zx first floor of the "Star" Building, on Main street. SIIARPLESS & MELICK, ~~ FOUNDERS ANN MACHINEST9. Bui'd iiigson the alley between the "Exchange | and "American House." J barnaiuFrupbrt, f | UILOR.—Shop on the South Side of Main -4- Street, first square below Market. A 7 C. MENSCH, 7 MERCHANT.— Store North West corner of Main an.l Market Streets. HIRAM C. ROWER, ijjU.'UEON DENTIST.—Office near the Academy on Third Street, IrKELVV, (VEAL k CO., IXI ERCHANTS,—Northeast corner of Main and Market streets. ~ SHARPLEHS A MELICK, MANUFACTURES AND DEALERS IN STOVES, TINWARE fee—Establish ment on Main street, next building e.bove he Cbnrt-house. HENRY ZliP~ PI N G E K., CLOCK and WATCHMAKER, south side of Main sireet, above the Railroad. Every kind of disorder in jewelled or oth er newly invented Escapemeuls faiibfull re paired. P llTl DON'S DI K8 T. A NY Justice of the Peace wishing to pur ■"chase a copy of Purdon's Digest, cau ba accommodated by applying at lie this off re OMNIBCB LINE AND LIVERY STABLE. VOW runs anew omnibus between Blooms ■*-* burg and the Railroad Depot, which will take passengers from and to any of the residences of the town, or the American Hoose and Forks Hotel; and he will also furnish oonveyaoces to all travellers who may wish to go into any part of the county. 1 he omnibus will leave Bloomsbcrg twice daily at 10$ o'clock A. M., and at 2 o'clock P. M. He hat also a large livery stable connected with the omnibus lute, from which he can accommodate the public, with eonveyencea for Iravelliug, pleasure excursions or busi ness. Bloomsbnrsr. April 24, 1855.—1y. ■ RON STEEL, and every kind of Hard * ware for sale by McKELVY, NEAL & Co Orphans Court fcale CDJT* iJLideenH E£ssfXa&(taw tN pursuance of an order of the Orphan* Court ( Columbia county, .the uudertign •d Trualee appointed by **id court in IM matter of the Eiate of Mary Applamau, de ceased-, wHI on talrirlaft the Hi Day af Jim imUi it 1 o'clock, in th* afternoon, expoaatopao lie ale opor. (he prendre* a certain Piece and Lbt of Land) niluate in l|ia town of Bloorosburg, Colum bia county, containing about QNS.ttALP ACRE, fronting on Third Street of Hid town, on the eoUth ride of raid rlrttel, adjoining land of Robert Bi Arthur pn the east ant) south. end land of Daniel Sbive's beira on the West. CoKcmoaa OP Site.—Ten per cent, of the pnrchate money to be paid on the day ol aale tone half on the Confirmation of the aale by Court; and the balance on the fir*t tiny of April iieit, with interest front tlmday oi confirmation. JOHN SNYDiCR, Bloomsbnrg, May 2-1, 1855. Trxiitee. Public Sale ot'Keal Estate. |>V virtue of an order ot the Orphans Court of Columbia county, Seth Shoemaker. Administrator of John Shoemaker, late of Hemlock township, Columbia county, decea sed, will on Saturday the 16 th Suy of June nextm 3 o'clock, in the afternoon, expose to public sale upon the premises, A TRACT OF LAN 6, situate in Hemlock township, Columbia county, adjoining lands of Adam Slroop, Venialt Ret-so. Thomas J Vanderslice and others, containing about Fourteen Acre*, of improved land, on which (here are a two story frame Dwelling House, and a bank Barn. Lute the estate of the said John Shoe maker. SETH SHOEMAKER, Adm'r. By order of the Court. JACOB EYERLY, Cle,k. Hloomeburg, May 15, 1855. ~ 3ZOEAITG2S HCT2SL " AND RAILROAD OMNIBUS LINE. IPHE undersigned retpeutfully inform their -L friemls and the public that they have taken the EXCHANGE HOTEL, in Blooms burg, located on Main Street, directly oppo site the Court House, whioh ha* been thor oughly repaired and improved, where they are prepared to accommodate their custom ers with good fate ami to general satisfaction. They Also have in connection tMiti th* Exchange Hotel, an excellent OMNIBUS LINE, running regularly several times per day, to and from the Depot on the arrival of the Cars, by which passengers wilt be pleasant ly conveyed to the Depot Station, or taken from and returned to their residences, ft de sired. They will always be happy to entertain snd accommodate their friends to the ut tnort of their abilities. JOHN SVYDEtt, CEO A. HERRING. Bloomsburg, May 26, 1855. Orphans Court Sate ! IN pursuance of an order of the Orphan* Court of Montour coumy, on SATURDAY, i Ihe Ith day of July next, at 1 o'clock in the forenoon, Jno. 0. Runyan Administrator of Win. Hendershot, late of Madison township, Columbia co., Jec'd, will expose to sale by public vendue, upon the premises, a certain undivided one seventh part of JL LOT OF LAND, situate it) Anthony twp., Montour couuty, ad joining lands of David Cox, James McDow ell and Joint Crawford, containing about Five Acres of unimproved land, without any buildings in use. Late the estate of said dec'd, situate in the township of Anthony, Montour co aforesaid. HIRAM A. CHILDS, Danville, June 5, 1855. C'erk. ASTOUNDING IVOR K B Y A MORMON* SPIRITUAL DELUSIONS— auxo s xtr to the Mysteries of Monnoniam and the -'Spiritual Wile" system, as practised by Brigiiam Young and his associates at Ureal Salt Lake City. By a Mormon and his wife, eeceders from that singular sect. Beautifully illustrated, This interesting work bids fair to ' run like wildfire,' coining as it docs at a time when the peculiarities of the Mormon people, and , their defiant attitude towards our government, are exciting* such universal attention through out the United States. The book gives a full and explicit exposition of the blasphemous secret ceremonies of Mormoniam, the author* having been personally initiated into the Re volting Mystery of the Spiritual Wife System duriim tbe>r residence at Utah. The numer ous illustrations give spirited representations of the Mysterious Initiation Riles, of the Tem ple, and other startling scenes, showing the Uraiul Turk, Bngham Young, at home tn.his Harem—the whole forming a bonk that ought to be earnestly read and reflected on by ev ery family. PBlCE —lllustrated with Key to Mysteries 25 cents. Illustrated and Initiating Scenes 374 cts. Fully Do.—richly colored 50 cts. 1,000 Agents wanted iiiunedia ely, to cir culate this work throughout the length and breadth oi ihe land. Copies sent, pOst-paid, upon receipt of price Addruss A. RANNEY, Publisher of Maps & Bnoks, 195 Broadway, N. Y.' June 5, '55. ADMINST RA Tfti VS NOTICEf Estate of Oliver Helm, dec'd, TVOTICE is hereby given to all persons in - " debted to said estate to make naymeut to the subscriber at the residence of the late Oliver Helm, in Beaver township, Columbia couniy, without delay, end all persons hav ing claims will present them duly authenti cated for settlement. HARRIET HELM, Administratrix. Beaver twp., May 25, 1855. 1*61; n Y LANDS A GREEABLY to the law of the 3d March, 1855, persons who have been mustered into the service of the United States, and served fourteen days, are entitled to receive a Land Warrant for 100 acres, and those per sons who have received less quantity, am now entitled to receive a Warrant sufficient to make the 160 acres. The undersigned has received the law and Ihe lorms adopted by Ihe department at Washington, and will undertake Ihe procur ing of Warrants for (hose who may desire his services. R. W, WI4AVER. Bloomsburg, March 16, 1855. LEATHER. Fritz, Hendry &t Co., No. 29 NORTH 3d ST., PHILADELPHIA! MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS , . CURRIERS & IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CALF-SKINS, and dealers la Red and Oak SOLE LEATHER & Ktre. Feb. 9, 1865. I—y. SODA FOUNTAIN; OR. J. P. TAQOART ha* arranged a soda fountain in bis drugstore io the Ex change Block, where all who are thirsty can obtain a pleasant, healthful And refreshing drink, anon as will do a temperance stomach good and wont " make drnnk come." Bloomsburg, May 31, 1365. EXCHANGE NEWSPAPERS SytY hundred far*ale 8 thi office.