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HKNXY'S IHVWIORATINO CORDIAL.- The met its of this purely vegetable extract for the removal and cttra ol physical prostration, genital debility, nervous affections, &0., &c., 'ire fully described in another column of this paper, to wh'ch the reader is referred. S2 per bottle, 3 bottles for 85 ; six - bottles for , $8 ; 816 per dozen. ETObsorve the marks t jjf (lie genuine. m Prepared only by S. E. Cohen, No. 3 Frank -Hin Row, Vine St., below Eighth Philadelphia Pa , to whom all orders must be addressed. For Sale by all the respectable Druggists and -Merchants throughout the comi'ry. T. W. DVOTT a SONS, NO. 132 North Cud t., Philadelphia, Sale Agents 'Jor Pennsyl vania TO THE CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA. KCIIIEDAM AROMATIC SCHNAPPS. 1 beg leave to call the attention of the citi- It? of Pennsylvania to the above article, manufactured by jnvself exclusively, at my -iFactory in Schiedam, in Holland, expressly ) for medicinal purposes. I It is made from the best Barley that can bo | selected in Europe nnd the essence of sit ar bomalic Italian berry, of acknowledged and 7extraordinary medicinal properties ; and it S has long since acquired a mglter reputation, J uoth in Europe and America, than any other ' dietic bevetage. . In Gravel, Gout, and Rheumatism; in Ob structions of the Bladder and Kidneys, and Debility of the Urinary Functions, its. ef fects are prompt, decided, and invariably re liable. And it is not only n Remedy for these maladies, but, in all eves in which they are produced hy Dridking Bad Wa'er, which is, (talnrimff universally, 'the cause of ibem, it op erates as a Sure Preventive. The distressing effect upon the Stomach, Rowels, and Bladder, to 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 birge quantity of decay cd i egmnble matter contained in them, in a state of solution, is well known ; as is also thntof the waters of limestone regions, in producing Gravel, Calculi, ami Storie in the Bladder. The AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS is an absolute corrective of all ihcße injutious properties of bad wa'er, and consequently prevents the diseao which they occasion. It is also found lo be a cure and preventive of Fever and Ague, a com plaint caused by the conjoin: effects ol vege table malaria in the atmosphere, and vegeta ble pntrescenaes in the waters of those dis tricts it: which it principally prevails The Aromnlic Schiedam Schnapps is consequent ly in great demand by persons travelling, or about to settle m those parts of the country especially; as well as by many in every community where it has become known on KCCOUIW c.r ii ß various other remedial ties. 4 More than throe thousand physicians, among whom are numbered the greatest names belonging to the faculty of medicine in this country, have cert Tied, over their own signatures, to the valuable medicinal proper ties of such an article, as the severest tests have proved the bellied am Aromatic Schnapps to be, and have accepted it as a most desira ble addition lo the materia medtca. Put up in qm4|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. ULOLPHO WOLFE, 18, 20, & 22 Beaver s'reet, N. V. 25 South Front street, I'hilada. I beg leave to call the attention of the pub lic lo the following letters from physicians : " Laboratory. N. Y-, May 2, 1855. " Ma. UrDoi.Pito WOLFF — Dear Sir: I can hot speak to highly of the purity of yout Suhi eJani Schnapps. It is decidedly superior to anything of the kind in market. It is per fectly free from the admixture ol fusil oil, or of any or those amy he compounds which produce such a mischievous and irreparable effect upon the whith very few samples of alcoholic distilled liquors are without—most ollhem being largely impreg nated with it. 1 have personally inspected the various ptocess of distillation practiced at Schiedam, and know that unusual care is taken to separate the noxious elements from the pure alcohol, and your Schnapps i a striking proof of its success. A a mediei hal agent for chronic and renal affections. I have successfully prescribed it, and reeom mend it as an agreeable cordial and harm less stimulant, and shall continue to do so;, as well as to use it as a source of pure ulco hol for chemical investigations and experi ments. Your* obedient, ISAIAII DECK. Consulting Analytical Chemist." Dr Charles A. Leas, Commissioner of lleahh, Baltimore, writes aR follows in rela tion to the valoe of Schnapps as a remedy in chronic catarrhal complaints, fee. The letter is dated July 27, 1853: " I take great pleasure in bearing highly fcreditable testimony to its efficacy as a rem edial agent in .the diseases for which you rec ommend it. Having a natural tendency to the mncous surfaces, with a slight degree of stimulation, 1 regard it as o" of the most important remedies in chronic catarrhal af fections, particularly those of the genito uri nary apparatus. With much repsect, your obedient servant, CHARI.KS A. LEAS. " PHILADELPHIA, July 15, 1853. " Mr. ITdnlphn Wolfe, No, 2 Reaver St., Y. Dear Sir: Last season the writer received through your agent in this city, a botilo of your AromaticKchiodam Schnapps, and since that period has prescribed the sauio in certain forms of urinary complaints, also in cases of ucbilitv in pged persons. So far, the Schnapi s has I rcn of much bent fir to using it • * In conclusion, where a diuretic and stimulant is inquired, I ahotlld uso the AlD malic Schiedam Schnapps. hanking you for your kindness, I urn respectfully yours. A. D. CHAI.ONER, M. D, 180 South Eighth st. The subjoined letter Irom Dr PAINE. of Manchester, N. H., relates to one of the moat valuable medicinal properties possessed by the Aromatic Schnapps, and shows that it nets as a acecifit in a very painful disease—the Grav * "Mr. Wot** : Permit me to address you a few lines, which you are at liberty to use if you think proper, in respect to your medicine, called Schiedam Schnapps. I hove had a very oostinate caao of gravel and stone, of some five years standing, causing very acute pain iu •vety attempt to urinate, After using many remedies without much relief, I was induced tu try a bcttle of your medicine. In the course of threes days it proved effectual, dislodging' large pieces of stone, some of which were its targe as a marrowfat pea. I continued the cor dial, according to directions, and the patient continued to gain, and ie fast recovering, I think a medicine of so much value in sjl_iw treseing a complaint, ehnubj„lie JwaiwTMO the public, and the world And I, fr one mutt give it my approbation and signature. Thob. PAINS, M. D." From Dr, JOHN S. IUKBE, Chemist, Dalti ore, Md. Sept. 15. 18r2 „ A number o f our physicians are ordering Ike silicic,and several have already prescribed it. A gentleman of my own personal acquaint ance having suffered greatly with an affection of the kidneys and bladder, took two bottles, and subsequently posted a stone of consiuera tie site, and was greatly relieved. It will, no doubt go into general Use." .May 20, 185S—3M. Fancy Paper* Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Writing sand, fee an be found at the cheap Book store of JOSEPH SWARTZ, Tb New-York Weekly Tines. PRICE REDUCED. The Cheapest Newspaper in the United Stales. Single Copies St--iu copies 90--MSo. 020 The"NBVP-Yortc Weekly Times" is known throughout llilß United Slates as one of the most interesting and valuable newspapers in the country. For the seko of extending its influence still more widely, the Proprietors have determined upon a very great reduction in its subscription price. 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REGISTER'S NOTIITX NOTICE is hereby given lo all legatees, creditors and other persons interested in the estates of the respective decedents and mi nors that the following administration ac counts have been filed in the office of the Register of the county of Columbia, and will be presented for confirmation and allowance to tho Orphans court, to be held at 8100.-ns burg, in and for the county aforesaid, on Wednesday, the o.h dav of September next, at I o'clock, P. M. 1. The account of John M'Cormick, Try?- tee to sell real estate of Daniel Carr, la'o of township., deceased. 2. The account of Daniel Carr, Adminis trator of Archibald Carr, late of Madison twp. deceased. 3. The account of Samuel John, adminis trator ol Win. Camp, Lto of Locust town ship, deceased. 4. The account of Ann Harris, administra trix of Jeremiah llsrris, lute of Briercreek township, deceased. 5. The account of John Rhodes, late guar dian of Joseph Rhodes, filed by B. K. Rhodes '&J. C. Rhodes, executors of John Rhodes, | deceased. . 6 The account of Samuel Rhone, acting executor of Matthias Rhone, lute of Benton township, deceased. 7. The account of Jacob Ogden, adminis trator of tho estate of Elijah Hess, late of Benton twp. dee'd. 8. Tho account of C. G. Brolist, guardian of Daniel & Thomas Fincher, minor children of Wm. M. Fincher, dee'd. 9. The 2d account of John Reichard, ex ecutor ol Michael Whiienighl, sen'r. late of Hemlock twp. deceased in. The the account of Thomas Strawbridge, executor of Christiana Montgomery,\ late of township, dee'd. 11. The account of John K. Helller, admin istrator ol Frances Kehl, late of Mifflin twp. deceased. 12. Tim account of Elislta W. M. Lowe & Henry C. Frea", administrators of Maria Lowe, late of Centre twp., dpo'd. 13. The account of E. Wadsworih, execu tor ot Jacob Good, late of Fishttigcreek twp. deceased. 14. The accour.t of Andrew Guffy & John Caldwell, executors of Martha Caldwell, late of Derry township, dee'd. 15 The account of James N. & Richard B. Jones, executors of Benj Junes, late of Fish ingcreek twp., dee'd. 10. The final account of Lloyd Thomas & Solomon Strawser, administrators of Peter Slrawser, late of Locust township, dee'd. 17. The account of Jacob Mesa. guardian of Matilda Stiles, a minor child of John Stiles, late of Briercreek Iwp , deo'd. 18. The account of Jacob Hess, guardian of En,ma Stiles, a minor child of John Stiles, late ol Uriercreek township, deceased. 19. The account of Jacob Hess, guardian of Jane Stiles, a minor child of John Stiles, late of Uriercteek Iwp. dec'd. 20. The account of Jacob Hess, guardian ol Mary Alice Stiles, a minor child of John Stiles, late of Uriercteek township, deo'd. 21. The accouui ol Jacob Hess, guardian of Jobn Hess, a minor child of Abraham Hess, late of Centre iwp., dec'd. 22._Xiua .account of Jacob Hess, guardian of Vflls'on lless, a minor child of Abraham Hess, late of Centre towiiship^deeaased. 23. The first and final account ot Jesse K. Sharpless, executor of Ira Fox, late of Catta wissa township, dec'd. 24. The account of Moore Achenbach, ad ministrator ol Peter Achenbach, late ol Or ange township, dec'd. 25. The account of Lewis Yeller, adminis trator of Jacob R. Hower, late of Locust twp. deceased. 26. The account of Jacob R. Howef, admin istrator ol Margaret Shearman, late of Rea ver township, dec'd, filed by Lewis Yetter administrator of Jacob R. Mower, deo'd. 27. Tito account of Lewis Yetter, adminis trator of John K. Weaver, late of Franklin township deceased, DANIEL LEE, RCCISTER'I OFFICE, J Rigistcr. Rloomsbur|, July 31, '55 J STARTLING, BUT TRUE! WARNING TO EYEMSENSIBLE WOMAN. WIIY FEMALF.S SUFFER IN HEALTH. No woman of delicacy in willing to dlnclonn tbc peril, liar ailment# incident lo her eex, even tonniiwt intimate ftnnily phyvioinn. ThU n\ode*ty and delicacy la implanted by nature, and neither ehould nor imhmj 1* nuMected to the ntdo ehoolvd Inevitable In inaklnj? known to the othc* sex th't<o nihnertr. belonging excluidveiy to the female. Kr.ecpt In extreme enree, her Kcn.Hitlvcues# will sacri fice Lor henlili ratlier than her delicacy. The consequence# arc jwiious, lamentable, and liftv lona. Thus what at first could l:ore been easily remedied, or iterltaiw K'.tor still, nt incurred. bcuotnes A eotnpli cation of dixe-ase*, not only ruining the lietdth of tho mother, and emblttcrinir her days ly sickness and suf fering, hut eiiiaiiWni broken constitutions niton her children, and MnharrnesinK. If not ditjv-silni, tbo busl ness and pecuniary project* of the liuabiuid. Let every sensible woman TAKE WARNING IN TIME, (us thou Kinds haw done) by the hitter experience and sufl'erlnirs of others, of the" dreadful eonsixiuetiecs sho entnlfa upon lierselt and those endeared to tier, bv her Ijxnorance of the simplest nnd plainest rules of health us connected with the murrlnge state, the violation of which entails dlsc.nc, sutVerlnx, and winery. How many are sutlerinit front obstructions or irrepn larltles peculiar to the female system, which undermine the health, the effort* of which they are ignorant, and for which their delloncy forbids seeking medical ad vice I How many suffer fYoin protainttm u'ni (falling of the womb), or from Jtour altm* (weakiK\ s, Mobility, &o.)l How ninny are In constant agony for many months pre ceding contingent I How many hove diflloult, if not dangerous deliveries, and slow and uneertain recoveries! To tho qnestlon. how arc tlicf# to be prevented i what shall be done? the answer I* simple. J/et every woman ascertain for herself, without vio lence to her delicacy, the natureSfcd character of tho ailment (to which she as n female iMUbjeet) the causes from which it l.iay arise, nnd tho proper remedies for its cure and future prevention. This she can do by possessing a little volume (already possessed by thousands), If'///Cf/ 7 'ELLS EVERY WOMAX WHA T IS TUP MA TTER, ASO J'KLLS HER WHAT TO DO FOR IT, In simple but chaste words, and r.ncli as she can understand. This little volume is entitled THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION, HY DR. A. It. MAURICE.TU, rrorisssoß or IMSRASFP OF WOMF*. One Hundredth Edition (500,00 C) IBmo, pp. 250. (OX rtXR PAPER, EXTRA IUNDIXO, $1.00.] A standard work of established reputation, fonrnl classed in tho Catalogues of the great Trade Sale* in New York, Philadelphia, and oth-r cities, nnd isold by ♦he principal booksefhTs In tiie United Btutes. It was nrst published in 1847, since which time 1 FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND COPIES have bi-on sold, of which there were upwards of ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT |Y MAIL attesting th high estimation in which it is held as TIIE ONL Y lIELIAULE , popular medical HOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE, the author having devoted, and still devotes, his exclu sive attention lo the treatment of complaints peculiar to females, in respect to which 110 is yearly consulted by thousands, both In person and by letter. Here every woman can discover, by comparing lier own symptoms with those dosoribea, the nature, diame ter, causes of, nnd the proper remedies for her com plaints. The wife about f.pcomlng a mother has often reed of Instruction and advice of the utmost importance to her future health, will find such instruction and advice, nnd also explain many symptom* which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm, as nil the peculiarities inci dent to her situation are described. It is of course Imprmticahle to convey fully the va rious subjects treated of as they are of a nature strictly Intended for tho married or tho*e contemplating mar riage. Tho revolutions contained in Us pmn* hv* proved a luemTng To Tliousntida. as tlie Innumerable let ters received by the author (which he is permitted by the writers to publish) will attest. Extract 0/ a fatter from b gentleman in Dayton, Ohio. * DAYTON, May 1, 1847. Dr. A AT. Maurice an: 44 My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some tlirc© years or more, in consequence of her great anguish and suffering seine months lelbro and during confinement: every nirceeaho one more and more debilitated nnd prostrated her, nut ting her life in imminent danger, nod which was on the last occasion despaired of. 1 supposed that tliis state of things was inevtable, and resigned myself to incut the worst. At ibis time (now uhout two months), J heard your book highly spoken of, as con taining some matters reaching my case. On its receipt nnd perusal, 1 cannot express toyou the relief It atfordt*l my distressed mind, ana the joy lis pages imparted to my wife, on learning that the great discovery of M. M. Jtcsomeruix provided* a remedy. It o]ened a prospect to me %hi< h I little conceived was possible. No pecu niary consideration can ever repay the obligations I am under to you, for having IKHJII the means of imparling to IH tlie matters contained in "The Married Woman* Private Medical Companion." Dut far this, ore another year would hrive passed over my head, in all human probability my who would have been In her grave and tuy children left motherless." In consequence of tho universal popularity of tho work, a* evidenced by Its extraordinary sale, vuriotis im positions have been attempted, as well on booksellers as on the public, by imitations of title page, spurious edi tions, and surreptitious infringements of copyright, and other devices and deceptions, It lifts lieen found necessary therefore TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC fobny PO bK>K ÜBLO** IL.R word# "Dr. A.M. MAVM CAT, ijb Liberty Street, N. Y." i on (and thn entry in tho Clerk'* Office on the back of) the title piuftv, and buy only of rcnpcetablo nnd'l.'onornble di' tlei H, or send ly mail, and aillris to Dr. A. M. Maurtooau. #iT Upon receipt of One Dol'er "THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION" is vnt [W-'iltfi /wl to any part of the United States, the Canada*, and Eritish Piovinccr. All Letters must be ; post-paid, and addrautcd to Dr. A. M. MAUP.ICEAU, ! box 3'£24, New-York City. Pub Lulling Ctice, No. 129 Liberty Street, New-York. •Agents in Pennsylvania. T. B. Peterson, J. "si, Moss & Bro, and T. Cowpeilhail, Phihuleioliia—Mrs. Cynthia Williams, Honesdale—Wentz & Stark, Car bondale—E. Flint, Williamsport—S. Tuck, Wilkesbarre—S. Leader, Hanover—B. Hall, I Pit'eion—J. S. Nickson and A. K. MeClure, Chambersbtirg—E. Benner, Snmneytown— Joseph Swartz, Bloornsbnrg—(}. W. Earle, Waynesboro—J. H. Cornelius, New Berlin— G. I). Main. Alainburg—Potter & McMann, Beillonte—H. A. Lance, Heading. July 26, 1855.—6 m. Public Sale of Steal ENLIIC. rj'' HERE will be sold at public sale upon J- the premiseson SATURDAYtlicStliihy nf September next at 1 o'clock P. Al., the fol lowing real estate:—A tract of 1111 pcoved Land in Fishingereek township, Columbia county, lately occupied by Hussel Shuliz, adjoining lands of John Aliegar, James N. Jones, and Abraham Kobhins, containing 220 acres and 63 perches. Huntingdon Creek divides the tract, anil tbe parts on each side of the creek will be first offered at sule separately, and if i not so sold, then a one tract. There is a two and a half story frame dwelling house, a I bank barn, a sx2ana 8 and outbuildings of value on the premises, and a never failing well near the house.— About 90 acres are cleared lund, and the rest limbered with pine and oak. •ALSO. At the same lime arid plaee, a vacant town lot of one fourth acre in New Columbus, oil which is au excellent well ol water. W The properly will be sold as Ihe estata of Samuel Bealer deceased, by order of His will. SAATUEL J. BEALER, JAMES S. WOODS, Executors. Fishingereek, Col. Co., July 19, '55. Orphans Court lalc or Real Estate. In pursuance of an order of the Orphans Court of Columbia county, Isaac Letdy, Ad* minislralor of Charles Sterling, late ot Hem lock township, Columbia county, deceased, will on SATURDAY the 18 th doy nf August next, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, expose to public sale upon the premises in Hemlock township, A Lot or Land, adjoining lands of John Alclleyiiolda and Heister'a heirs, containing about ( 0 J£i.Qsaf*<a*S3 on which there is erected a one atul a half story FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, and a frame stable. The property is on ihe public road leading from Uuckhorn to Jer seytown* To be sold as of the estate of Charles Ster ling, deceased. Conditions mndo known on the day of sale by ISAAC LF.IDY, Administrator. By order of Court, JACOB EYERLY, Proth'y. Justices of the Peace I I ND CONSTABLES can find all kind of 1 ga. banks desirable for their use,in proper 1 Jorm a', (he office of the STAR or THI NORTH. IOOjOOO COPIES! Steamboat Disasters on the Western Haters, and Steamboat Directory. THE undersigned have now in courra of preparation a new Steamboat Directory, w '"eh will he issued in October next, the honk mill contain over two hundred pages, il lustrated in the best stylo, and neatly hound in a durabln manner. It will he one of the most interesting books ever published, and will he a book that will be interostinj to all classes of people, The Steamboat Directory will contain n complete list and deseiiptlon <>• all the Steamboat* now afloat in the Wes'orn and .Southern waters. Tho length, mot'el, speed, power and tonnage of each boat, v; here and by whom built, the name of tho l oot, with the trade she line In. Also, tho names of Captain* and ofllcera, Iter age, &e. The Directory will eontain a History of Steamboats and Stcamhoating on Iho Western warors, since the application of steam: oLo, a sketch of the hrst boat built for the Ohio River, with ihe name of the builder, commander and own er. The River Directory will contain a list end description of alt the Steamboat Disasters that have occurred on the Western and Mouth etn waters, beautifully illustrated, with a list of all those who have perished by their burn ing, sinking ai d exploding, on the western and southern water". The Directory will contain Maps of the Ohio, Mississippi, Mi souri, lllinoir, Arkansts,White, Red, Ouachita, Yazoo, and other riv-re, with the towns and cities laid down, with correct distances: also, many other River and Commercial items of inlereg,, to the people at large. The book will contain tfo core* of the various (J. S. Mill* Boats, with Ihe trade they ard in, Ac. The Directory wilt also contain a complete list of i all the responsible Steamboat J.iccnaeJ OlTi- I cere, iheir pla-e*. of rssidooce, dec. Ac., the ' new steamboat law its irquircmei ts, with I comments, showing wherein ii benefits tho in- j competent officer, and injures the competent officer, Ac. &0., and all tho important U. S. j Supreme Court steamboat decisions up to date; the Rates and important Commercial I'rivilegea, Bills of Lading, important decis ions of the various U. S. Courls in regard to Freights Lost and Damaged, Ac. &c., with many other things of interest. The Directory will be illustrated in the best style, and piinted in the best manner. The author has for six years been gathering together all the facts and items in regard to the numerous steamboat disasters on 'lie Western and Southern waters, and now intends pub lishing tin in in book form. The price of the work will bo put at Ihe low sum of One Dollar. Ten thousand copies will be issued for the bouimcc; all others desirous of subscribing will have to do so at once, as none will bo' printed unless ordered in ud vance. "This work is destined to hove a circulation of over eight thousand copies, as (he publishers are rcceiv-" iiig large numbers of subscribers, per mail, from all parts of tho country, daily. Some of •Im, uldcat boaiinen, as well as must scientific men of the limes, are contributors to the Steamboat Directory. The Directory will be issued in October, and will be an ornament to the parlor as well as steamboat. Bv remitting One Dollar, post paid, you will receive a copy of the 'above work. All communications and letters should be addressed to JAS. T. LLOYD Jf'VO. Post Office Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. July 18. 1855. I'liiind':!. mid Reading li. R, SUMMER ARRANGEMENT 1855. The Great jjorlhern and Western U. S. Mail Routes. Speed increased and fare reduced. Little Schuylkill, Cattawissa, Sunbury and Erie, Williamsport and Elmira Railroad. Through to Buffalo, in 16 hours: '• Nia'gara Falls, ' 16 " " Detroit, 1 24 " " Chicago, 1 34 " '■ St. Louis. ' 43 << tiff" Ticket Office—N. \V.corner Sixth and Chestnut streets, and Philadelphia and Read ing K. li. Depot, corner of Broad and Iffntij streets. On and after Monday, May 7th, Three Pas senger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Depot, corner of Broad and Vine streets, daily, (Sunday's excepted,) as follows: DA Y EXPRESS— C A.M. Stopping at PhCDuixville arid Reading only. Connecting with the Cattawissa, Williams port, and Erie, nnd Williamsport and Elmira Railroad; arriving at Elmira at 4 o'clock P. M., connecting with Neiv York and Erie and Buffalo ; and from thence, via. Steamers on Lake Erie, or on Lake Shore Bailroad, to Cleveland, Toledo, Monroe, Sandusky am) Detroit. Also, with Elmira, Canandaigua with New York Central Railroad, East and West, and at Suspension Bridge with the Great Western and Michigan Central Railroad for Detroit, Chicago, St. Loiiis, and all points in Canada and Western Slates. Only one change ol Baggage between Phil adelphia arid Canada or the Lakes. DAY EXPRESS—Rreaklast at Burt Clin ton and Dinner at Williamsport. NIGHT EXPRESS—Tea at Port Clinton. Passengers purchasing Tickets by this Line have the privilege of stopping at any of the above points, and resuming their seats at pleasure. Fare from Philadelphia to' Tamaqun, - - - - $2 95 Cattawissa, .... 435 Rupert, .... 4 *4O Danville, .... 4 60 Milton, • • • 5 15 Williamsport, .... 5 90 Elmira, .... 7 00 Jefferson, • - 7 65 Starkey, .... 7 95 I'ettn Tan, ; 8 00 Gortiam, • - - * 8 00 Geneva via. Gorhum, • • 8 00 " Steamer J. Arndf, - • 8 00 Catiandaigun, .... 8 00 Honeoye Falls, ■ • • - 8 50 Caledonia, • • 8 8 1, Le Roy, .... 8 Balavia, • • * 9 Ou Rochester, - ... - 8 60 Buffalo, via. N. Y. and E., and Buffalo and N. Y. City, ... 10 Buffalo, via. Tonaxvandr!, * * n Niagara Falls, via. Elmira, Canindai gua Sc Niagara Falls R. R. • 10 " " via. Buffalo, 10 00 Suspension Bridge, • - - TO 00 Cleveland, * * II 70 Toledo, 14 75 Cincinnati, .... 16 00 Detroit, via. Rail, - - • • 16 00 " Buff & Lake, - 16 00 Chicago, via. Great Western & Mich igan Central R. R. - 20 00 Chicago, via. Buffalo and Lake Shore Mich. Southern U. R., - - 20 00 Chicago, via. Buff., Lake and Mich. Central R. R. - - - • 20 00! Rock Island, - - - - 25 00 E. T. HUBBELL, Ticket and Freight Agent, ' j N. W. cornet Sixth arid Chestnut sis. ■ G. A. Ntcou.", Superintendent Philadelphia and Reading Railroad. T. KcKissftcx, Superintendent Cattawissa, Williamsport and Erie Railroad. Henry Coitin, Superintendent port and Elmira Railroad. July 19, 1855 tf. ~ Fritz, Hendry & Co., No. 29 NORTH 3d ST., PHILADELPHIA. MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS. CURRIERS & IMPORTERS OF FRENCH CALF-SKINS, 83*1 dealers in Red and I Oak Soi.E Leather & Kipp. 1 Feb. 9, 1856. l_y. TO THOSE WANTING CHEAP GOODS! HAVE just received and openßd their stock of merchandize for Fall and Winter sales, which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assorlmett now offered in Having paid great attention to the selection of their entire stock, as to price and quality, they flattei themselves that they can compete with the cheapest, and all those wishing to buy cheap, cah save money by giving us a call. We have all kind* of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large lot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, Frcwib nvrinoes, wool plaicfs, alpacas, bombazines, de trages, poplins, paramatta cloths, mohair Ntstres, muslin tie laities, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes. &c. WIHTK.GOOI)S OF A I.!. KINDS, Sieves'. Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs, flouncing*, bands and irimmings, laces and edging", bnrinet ribbons, in largo variety, vel set ribbons, and braids, kid, rntlort, and bete thread gloves, mohair myts, All kinds ct -SHAWLS, brucke, Bay State, Walervtlle, black silk, eashmeie. Embroder ed, ka. Alao a very large assortment of clotflb, cassimers, sattmeus, vesting*, tweeds; jeans, heaver cloths, coating velvet, kc. BOOTS AND SHOES, OF ALL KINDS If SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN If CHILDREN We have a large assortment ol Hat" and Caps of latest fashion". We have also Hard ware, Quenttswere, Cedarware. &c. Very cheap carpels, carpet hags, floor, table and car riage oil cloths, mats rugs, baskets, Btc. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, toweling*, drillings, &c., in abnndance. ' We invite nur friends and the public generally to give us a oall before purchasing el-e --where. We have bought ourgoodsal Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by anybody, or the rest of mankind. Blootnsburg, October 28, 1855. S3£lEeiacE>aa. £E>n>332.£Fqas3sa c£2B C3CE> HAVE RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF Fashionable Spring and Summer Clothing ! Ih the Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. Tltey have on hand a large and full assortment of FROCK, PRESS, BOX, SACK, UM AND OIL CLOTH COATS, of allwswts and sizes, that the present enlightened age knows any thing about. Of. Pants and Vests they have every color of the rainbow, beside* some black, blue, grey, strippd and lancy ; Vests of satin, silk, bufl, casimere, rnarseilles, linen and worsted of all fash ionable cuts and colore ; Working Pants and hoys clothing. Also fine white, figured and striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle man's dross goods ; Hats, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and s2©lfc- Z£3Z% They have UniWsleves, Spencers, Collar", Rigaletls, Gloves, Mitt*, Ladies'a Handkerchiefs, &c., &e. AIo Jewelry and Notions, each as Rings, Breast pins, Gold and Silver Pens and Pencil*, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Porlmonies, Spectacles, Knives I Bazors anil a well selected assortment of Aeeordcons. CiT Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court house. Bloomsliurg, May 18th 1854. . S. DREIFUSS, & Co. NEW SPRING AND SIMMER GOODS. DAVID LCVrEUEE D.G INVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fasliionale clothing at his store on Market street, two doors above the "American House," where be lias a full assortment ot men and boy's wearing apparel, including j i?ik23IIIS£F&I2IL:JS 3DOUBSS ©©ilSS? 1 pox, sack, froc!s, gum and oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, pants of all colors, shawls , j stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders ! j and fancv articles. ' N. B. *He will also make to order any article of clothing at very short notice and in | the best manner. All his clothing is made to mar, and most of it is of home manufac- j ture. Blootnsburg, May ICth 1834-3tn. * # i Trial List for September Term iSsr>. I 1. Bartliolome w Huber, vs. Peler Billmyer | e'. at. I 2. Samuel Rosell vs. George Dodson. I 3. Daniel Sbultz: Kx's. vs. Daniel U. Shultz 41. al. ' 4. Adam Kline el. al vs. C. F. Mann et. al. 5. Peler MeJicU's Com. vs. S. F. Deadly el. al. 0. Daniel HowiSr vs. Jonar Reminder. 7. Joseph Sharp less vs. Jamison Harvey. 8. A. I!. Milliard vs. Daniel Sponenberger. 9. Enoch ilowetJ vs. Isaiah shuman. 10- Johnathan J. Hogeland t;. Israel Ashlon. ll.'Sos'i! nan "Halt vs. Arehibelrt Henry. I 12. William Edgar el. al. vs. Alexander Ed gar. 13. John Donnelly el. al. vs. John Smith. 14. Win. B. I'd term an vs. George Painter et. al. 15. John D. Flick vs. Samuel Bmgler. 16. Joseph Hampton vs. Samuel Henry. 17. Rev. Isaiah Bahl vs. John Workheier. i 18. Hugh Thompson vs. Augustus B. l'earce I et. al. ... I x l9. Wm.M'Kolvy et. al. vs. Jonathan RIos ! 20. A. B. Pearee vs Hugh Thompson. ' 21 Wm. M'Kelvy el. al. vs Jonathan Moatel- J ler. Trusses! Trusses! Trusses! C. s. ITB3DLBS, • TRUSS AND BRACE ESTABLISHMENT, S. W. COR. OF 12411 *>n RACE STREETS, Pill J.AlH'l.l'llll, IMPORTER of fine French ' s, combining extreme lightness, ©> 5 ease and durability with correct consiruuiion. ' Hernial or patients can he suited by remitting amounts, as below:—Sending number of ir.chw round ihe hips, and siai- 1 trig side a Reeled. Cost of Single Truss, S2, 93, $4, So.— Double, 93,56, SB, and 10. Instructions as to wear, and how to effect a core, when possible, sent with the T r ns. Also for sale, in great variety, Dr. Ban- | ning's Improved Patent Body Brace, lor Ihe cure of Prolapsus Uteri; Spinal Props and Supports, Palent Shoulder Braces, Chest ex panders and Erector Braces, adapted to all with (loop shoulders anil weak longs; English | Elastic Abdominal Bells, Suspensories, Syr inges—male and female. Ladies' rooms, with lady attendants. August 2, 1835. Anderson's Academy OF DRAWING AND PAINTING, - At the "Exchange Huilding." "Any person who can learn to wfitecan learn to draw." THE Ladies and Gentlemen of this place are invited to call and inspect tho Collection of Paintings, now on view, most of which are I original Sketches from Nature. Many persons labor under the idea that a laleni for drawing is necessary. This is wrong, and therefore Mr. A. invites all who think so to call al his rooms, and lie will prove lo them ihe fallacy of such an opinion by leaching the pupils to execute, in a few lessons, what cannot be accomplished by any olher.system. Each pupil guarantied lo from Naiure, and jj unsuc cessful, jrocnarge will be made, Japtleinee engaged through the day, can rdßStve i#truotion r; night. I —.Dp oßteUfk* will be taught in this place. Blooms.^ r; r, July 26, 1855. for Newgpapcrs and Magazines. THE tubscriber lias several thousand en gravings of various subjects and sizes, suita ble for illustrating newspapers and" maga zines. He oflers the use of them for taking casts or printing, lo the editorial fraternity on very moderate terms. Address JOHN FROST, March 29, 1865. PHILADELPHIA. EXCHANGE NEWSPAPERS ty tAe hundred for sale at tbie office. PUBLIC NOTICE. Arte Grand Duchy of Jladcn Lottery Loan Capital 14,000,000 Florins THIS LOAN is guaranteed by die govern ment. and will be drawn in different prizes, as follows: 14 ol 50.000 Fls. | 54 of 40.000 Fls. 12of 35,0001 is 230f 15,000 fls 2o'f 12 00011s 55 ' 10,000 ' 40 ' 5,000 ' 2 ' 4,900 ' 58' 4,000 ' 366 • 2 000' 1944' 1,000 ' &<*. &e ftc. The lowest prize being 42 Fls. 12 Florins are equal lo five dollars The next drawing takes place at Carlsrube, under Ihe Direciion of the Pnifen Govern ment, on Ilie3tslh vf August, 1855, when every drawn number nui.H obtain or e of the above-mentioned Prizes, which will he paid in cash, at the offices of the undersigned.— Those fortunate shareholders not residing on Ihe'spot, will have their amount ol Prizes gained paid to Ihein llifoiigh an established Bank. The Lisis of the result will be sent lo each shareholder, and the successful num bers published in Ihe newspapers. The price of one ticket is TwoaDollars. The billowing advantages are given b) ta king a number ot tickets, viz: 1.1 Tickets cost 920 I 50 Tickets cosl 980 23 • ' 40 | 100 ' ' 150 The price of tickets can be sent in Bank Notes or Draff, payable in any of tho com mercial towns of Germany, Holland, France, England. Scotland, or Ireland. For tickets and Prospectuses apply to tho undersigned Banking-house, which is ap pointed for the sale nl Tickets : MORIZ STIEBEL SONS, Banners. ; FranUfort-on-the-Maine, Germany. IN. B.—Letters lo be directed "per Steamer via Liverpool," to Moriz Stiebel Suns, Bank- I era, in Frankfort-on-lhe-.V.aine. I Remittances which arrive after the Day of Drawing, will be relumed, or invested in the next drawing, at the option of the send er. , The JVosperlus of this Distribution can be I inspected at ihe office of this paper, where also Tickets may he obtained. July 5, 1855. Grand Jurora i'ur Septem ber Term 1855. Benton —Benjamin Brink. Briarcreck —VVm. Adams, Gilbert Fowler. Bloom— Augustus Mason. Centre —Solomon Neyhard. Fishingcrcek —\Villiam Evans Greenwood— Samuel Bngart. Hemlock —Hugh Meßriite, Jno H. Faust. Jackson— Dan iel Pousl, John Heath, Jos. Butt, Ebenezer Keeler. Locust, —Geo. Marks. William Roth. Medium —Peler Wolf, John Eves. AJijfltmt ■■ LamarJ fbmul Heart zull. Mt. feasant —John Jones, Benj. Kistler. Orange —D. R. Kline, Thomas McHenry. Sugtnloaf —George Stedman. Bloomsuurg, July 12, 1855. Traverse Jurors Tor Sept. Term 1855. Briarcreek —Henry Deitetich. Andrew Ft>- IS . ler, John Ureas, John Yost. Bloom— Jacob Dieffenbaoli. Mahfo, n H .vn tin, f'ourleiKahler. Denver— John flenuinger. Catluunsta George Breisch,, r, av ;j R|Uer Levi A. Hulohiu f ,o- l Franklin George Scll'd;, Danie | Zarr . Fishirmcreek— Alber'. \mmerman, Jacob Stockerj Abraham Robbing, Philip Appleraan. Grce\,wood-W m . ftoat Pe|er <•;„ Jog E. Sands. Hemlock Haitis Girton, Cornelius Vanhorn. Jackson —Kiram Baker. AJdijj-—Henry Hartzell. Madison —Jacob Manning. MiJUn —Thomas Hess. Mountpleasant —Maithias Kindt. Oranat —Jnremiah Hess, George Uarman, Hanry Eyer, George Appleraan. Pme —lra Sanders. John Cornelison, John Lockart. Roaringcreek— Elijah Yooum. Scott —David Witrnire. Bloomsburg, July 12, 1855. ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For sale at the cheap store of A. J. EVANS. T A MARVELLOUS REMEDY I FOR AMARFELLODI ACE. HQLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. THE GRAND EXTERNAL REMEDY! |>Y the aid of a microscope, we see milliohe " of little openings on the curlaco ofoo-r bodies. Through those this Ointment, whbrs rubbpd on the skin, is carried lo any orgari or inward par'. Diseases of the Kidneys, dis order* oI the Liver, affections of the heart, Inflammation on the Lungs, Asthmas, coughs and colds, are by hg means effectually cured. Every housewife knows that salt passed free ly through bone cr meat el any thickness This healing Ointment tar more readily pen ettates through any bone or fleshy part of the living body, curing the most dangerous inward complaints, that cannot be reached by other means. Erysipelas, Salt Rheum and Scotbvti'c Humors. No remedy has ever done so mueh for the cure of disease of the Skin, whatever form they may assume, as this Ointment. No case of Salt Kheum, Scurvy, sore heads. Scfbfula, or Erysipelas, can long u ithsiand its influ ences. Ihe inventor bas traveled over many parts of the globe, visiting the principle hos pitals, dispensing this Ointment, giving ad vice as to its application, and has thus been the means of restoring countless numbers of health. Sore Legs, Sore ftreasts, Hounds and Ulcers. Some of the most scientific surgeons now rely solely on (lie use of this wonderful Ointment, when having to cope with the worst cases of sores, wounds, ulcers,glandu lar swellings,and tumors. Prof. Holloway has by command of the Allied Governments,dis patched to the hospitals of the East, large shipments of this Ointment, lo he used under ttrw direction of the Medical Slafl, in the worst cases of wounds It will enroany ulcer, glandular swelling, stiffness or contraction or the joints, even oi 20 years' standing. Piles and Fistulas. These and other similar distressing cotrL plaints can be effectually cured if the Oint ment be well rubbed in over the parts aflec:- ed, and by otherwise following the printed directions around each part. Iloth the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following cases: B.inions, Lumbago, Burns, Mercurial Erup , Chapped Hands, tior.s, Chilblains, Piles, Fistula?, Rheumatism, Gout, Salt Rheum, Skin Diseases, Sore Legs, Sore breasts, Swelled Glands', Sore Heads, Stiff Joints, Sore Throats, Sores of all kinds', Sprains, Scalds, Ulcers, Wounds of all Venereal Sores, „ kinds. | Sold at tl.e Manufactories of Prof. Hollo. ( way, 10 Maiden Lane, New York, and 244 Strand, London, arid by all respectable Drug gists arid Dealers ol Medicines throughout the Lotted States, and the civilized world, in Pots, at 25 cents, 62$ cents, and 81 each. DST Th rre is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B. Directions for lire guidance of pa tients in every disorder are affixed to each' Pol. July 19, 1855. SHERIFF SAt.K --! |V> virltretrf sundry writs of venditioni ex j *-* ponns there w ill be exposed lo public I sale at the Court House in Bloomsburg, oti MONDAY the 3d day of September next, at 1 o'clock in the aliernoon the following real estate to wit: All that certain lot of ground situate in Hemlock l-vp., Co|umbirt cotlnty, bounded and described as follows: On Ihe norlh east by the main road leading from Bloomsburg * to Jerseytown, on the south east by lot of John Pensh, on the south west by lands, o.f John Mcßeynolds, an t on the north west by lot of Daniel Newhurd,containing one fourth of mi acrs be the same mere or less, where on are erecit-d a Iwo story frame dwelling house, a frame shop, anil a framh stable; with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution as the property of Henry Fans and William Pans. ' ALSO, J At lire same lime and place all that certain tract ol land, situate in Briarcreek township, Columbia County, containing fifty rces, be I the same mure or less, bounded as follows, to wit: On the eat by landsct David Shaffer, ! on the south by lands of Win. Erwine, on the west by lands of Henry Dcitrick, on the north by lands of John Kisner and Henry Shaffer, whereon are erected a one a half story brick house, a frame barn, and a sa*v mill, with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution as the property of Samuel Itinehard. ALSO, At the same time and place all that certain tract or lot of landsuuate in Hemlock toe ship, Columbia county, bounded am', A!~ scribed as follows to wit: On thei nc, r jh hJ lands of Zebulon Bobbins, On the i,£ land, of David Wagner, on ,fi* Z Innds nf Zebulon Robbirts, aivd On the wi by lands o( Michael Hawk .containing- tvre,,. ty eight acres, be the saf lß Wor „ or f *> ot which is cleared land , v hp rpnn - ed n one and a hall siory* dwnP jFe ereot * and a bank barn, with the an i ' 1 '" 3 h ° UBe ' Seized, laked in execut* ""T" 60 ' ty of Jacob Girtor,. J " lhe P rO P- Condihons of *ah.—T _ . . , w— - ■<? Pftocnt of the pur is struck down, a- >aiJ when the property lowing Wedne- / ,d lbe balaill; ° the fol oday noon. JOHN SNYDER, s - - Sheriff. WKMrr s Orncß, 1 _ 1 -.loomsburjr, July 25, 1855. Arthur's Patent Self baling Cans ' For Preserving Fresh Fruit, Tomatoes <V C -- by Hrrmctical Sealing. THESE cons, which iire scold hy the house keepers without the aid of a tinner, and open easily wiihrul injury l 0 the can, ore rapidly coming iir.c general use. Full directions for putting up (reit accompanying the cons, I and tho work is so easily performed, that by their use. every family may hove fresh fruit and tomatoes on thoir tables all winter at summer prices. . 1 .. V, Kl< r. KS — Pint Cans $2.00; quart 82.50; Halt-gallon $1.50; three quarts 84.25; gallons 85.00 per dozen. The different sizes nest, In order to secure economy ip transportation.— Cuuntry Btorekeepeis will and this new article one of ready aale. Manufactured and suld by ARTHUR. BURNHAM & CO. No. 60 South Tenth St., Philadelphia. July 26,1855.—3 m, ~ BLANRS! BLA\EB! I BLAAkS I! DEEDS, SUMMONS, • EXECUTIONS, SUBPtENAS, AND JUDGMENT NOTES, paper and desirable forms, fo* sale at the office of the "Star of the North.' '