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SHERIFF SALE.
BY virtue of several write of testatum ven
ditioni exponas there will be exposed to
nublio eele mt the Court House, in Blooms
bunr, ON SATURDAY, THE 3d DAY OF
NOVEMBER NEXT, et t o'clock in the af
ternoon, the following real eeiale to wit:
All those six certain tracts of land situate in
Beaver twp., Columbia county, boonded and
described as follows:
No. I.called BALBEC. beginning at apost,
thence by lands of James McNeal, north 12
degrees, west three hundred and forty-two
'torches to a chestnut osk, thence by land of
YVm. Gray and Win. Sleedtnan, south sev
aty-eight degrees west 179 perches to a
ficst, thence by lands of Jeremiah Jackson,
south 12 degrees, east 410 perches to a post,
tbence by lauds of Kichaid Brook, north 78
degrees east, 73 perches to a dogwood, north
12 degrees west, 15 perches to a post, north
78 degrees, east 82 perches to a black oak,
thence by an old survey, north 12 degrees,
west 25 perches to a hiekorj, and north 32
degrees, east 34 perches to the place of be
ginning, containing four hundred and twelve j
and one half acres and allowance of six per |
cent, for roads &c., on which are erected two
log houses and two stables, and about twen- i
ty-five acres of cleared land.
Another of them called "PALMYRA,"
be ginning at a post, thence by land of
Robs rt Gray, north 12 degrees, west 410 per
ches lo a post, thence by land of VYm. Steed
man, south 78 degrees, west 160 perches to
• post, thence by land of Jno. Brady, soulh
12 degrees, east 410 perches to a post, and
thence by lend of John Wild and Richard 1
Brook, north 78 degrees, east 166 perches to
the place of beginning, containing four huu
dred and ono acres and a quarter, and allow
ance of aix per cent, for roads, &c—Anoth
er of them called " STONE HALL," begin
ning at a post, thence by land of John
dy, north 12 degrees, west 263 perches to a
post, tbenee by land of Clias. Hall, south 78
degrees, west *271 perches to a chestnut,
thence by land of Catharine Longenberger,
eouth 16 degrees and a quurter, east 276 per
ches to a slooo.and thence by lands of Deb
orah Stewart and Thomas Brooks, north 78
degrees, east 249 perches to the place of be
ginning, containing four hundred and thirty
eight acres and a half, and allowance of six
per cent, for roads, &c., be the same more
or less, on which is erected a stone house,
and about half an acre of cleared land. There
is also a vein of stone coal opened on this
tract.— Another called ' FARMER'S DE
LIGHT," beginning at a post, thence by land
of Wm! Sleedman, north I6drgrees and three
quarters, west 310 perches tn a Spanish oak,
thence by land of Wm. Webb, south 74 de
grees, west 1(52 perches to a black oak,
thetice by land ol Thomas Say, south 16 de
grees. east 20 perches lo a chestnut, thence
by land of Chas. Hall, south 8 degrees and a
half, east 362 perches tn a post, (hence by
land of John Brady, north 78 degrees, east
130 perches to an ash,north 12 degrees, west
80 perches to a white oak and north 78 de
grees, east 80 perches to the place of begin
ning, containing four hundred and eighteen
acres, and allowance of six per cent, for
roads, &c—Another of them called 'TROY,'
beginning at a post, thence by land of Jere
miah Jackson, north 12 degrees, west 410
g etches to a nust, thpnee by land of VV. P.
rady, south 78 degrees, west 80 perches lo
a white oak, soulh 12 degrees, east 80 per
ches to an a'h, south 78 degrees, west 130
perches to a post, thence by land of John
Reese, soulh 12 degrees, CUM 263 perches to
a post, thence by land nl Thomas Brook,
north t8 degrees, rsi.-t 20 perches to a chest
nut oak, south 12 decrees, eist 41 perches
to a black oak, them e by the same and land
ol John Wild, north 78 decrees, east 100
perches to a black oak, south 12 degrees,
east 25 perches lo a white oak, and nonh 78
degrees, east eighty perches the place of be
ginning, containing lour hundred and twen
ty nine acres and a quarter, ami allowance
of six percent, lor roads, &s., and the other
of them called "MAINE,"' beginning at n
post, thence by land of Wm P. Brady, north
8 degrees and u half, west 362 perches to a
chestnut tree, thence by lands of Thomas
Say and Jesse Budd, south 7 I degrees, west
188 perches to a post, thence by land of
Thomas Bellas, south 55 degrees, east 89
perches to a chestnut oak, thence by the
same and land of John lamcenberger, south
one hundred and eigh'.y-eicht perches to a
chestnut oak, thence by land of the said John
Longenbercer, soulh 76 decree* and a quar
ter, west 124 perches to a post, south 16 de
grees and a quarter, east 104 perches to a
chestnut tree, ami thence by land of John
Reese, north 78 decrees, east 271 perches to
the place of beginning, containing three bun
dled and eighty-one acres and three quarters,
and allowance of six per rent, lor roads, &e.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Jacob Loose.
Conditions of sale —Ten per cent, of lite
purchase money to be paid when the proper
ty is struck down, and the balance on the
following Wednesday noon.
JOHN SNYDER,
Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, j
Bloomsburg, Oct. 4, 1855. J
JuKt Published :
AIIRROU OF CRONSTADT, SEBASTO-
I'l POL, great Redan, Mamelon and M
lakofTTowers, Map ol the Crimeß and Baltic
Sea, with portraits of the principal crowned
heads also Russian, French, English and Tur
kish Officers. This is the only authentic view
given of Cronstadt, showing the exact posi
tion and correct name of all the fortifications,
with the number of guns in each. A new
plan of Sebaatopol, (Southeaal View,) show
ing the great Redan, Mamelon, and Mulakofl
Towers, (drawn on the spot,) Allied Forces
in the Crimea, Baltic Sea, &c.
Size of map 26 by 32 inches. Price 25 els.
besatifolly colored. Sent by mail to any part
of the country for one cent postage. Agents
tVanted to sell from a list of the most popular
Maps ever published. Letters ol inquiry
promptly answered. Catalogues and speci
men sheet free to the trade.
A H. JOCELYN,
No. 60 Fulton Street, New York.
Oct. 4, 1856.
Wood's Ornineniai Works, j
Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia.
THE attention of the inhabitants of Penn
sylvania are invited to the extensive Manufac
tory and Warerooms of the subscriber, who is
'""•red io furnish at the ahortest notice, Iron
ft&ng of every description. for Cemeteries,
public wid private building J l ?® V " ,nd,h '.
Fountains, W. "••. Do "." d
other ornamental iron (works of decorative cMf*
sets-. Puietiesem ins J rely on having ell ar
ticles carefully boxed arid shipped to their dea-
I inttion. A book of designs will be furnished
to those wishing to mtkeselections.
ROBERT WOOD,
Rides Avenue, below Spring Garden St.,
* PHILADELPHIA.
September 27, 1855.
FALITMILLIKERY GOODS.
JNO. STONE & SONS, No. 45 SECOND
Street, Philadelphia, are now prepared
to offer to their customers, and to the tr *de,
(of their own importation,) the large* and
handsomest assortment of Mnhoery Gobde,
in this oity—consisting tn part of
Bonnet Stilts, Ribbons. Velvets, Fancy Feathers,
Flowers, Laces, Ifc. tfc.
Which will be sold at the lotgjesi ptttee, and
on the most favorable terms.
Philadelphia, Sept. 13, 1855—-2 m
USLINs"a ysrTwTtie fof 8 cents, and
good print* foi 6) cants
Public Sale of Valuable
HpHE subscriber will offer st publio sale up.
1 on the premises in Roaringcreek township.
Columbia county,on
Saturday the 3d of Nov. next
at I o'clock in the afternoon, the following teal
estate, vii: a TRACT containing 94 acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of John C. My
ers, Jacob Fisher, Daniel Hsuck, Wright
Hughes and Geo. Craig. About 60 acres is
clea red land, the remainder good
TIMBER LAND.
There are on the premises s two story Dwel
ling House, a frame barn, plenty of fruit, and a
never-fiiling well of water near the house.
ALSO, at the same limo and place s lot on
Main Street, ill the town of Numidis, on which
there is a two story
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND STABLE
It adjoins ground of John P. Lev an and Wm.
Scott. Terms made known on tho day of sale
by GKd. W. DREISUAUH.
Roaringcreek, Sept. 28, 185 7,
PERRY & EKETY,
S. W. COR. OF 4TH & RACE ST., PHILAIIKLPHIA,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, PUB
lishers and Blank Book Manufacturers.
P. it E. have constantly on hand an assort
ment of Imported and American Books and
Stationery of the finest quality, which can
be supplied AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER
ESTABLISHMENT in the City. Having an
EXTENSIVE BINDERY
connected with our business we are enabled
to furnish BLANK BOOKS either from the
shelves or made to order at the lowest manu
facturer's prices.
Persons wishing to purchase in Philadel
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a call before making iheir selections.
All orders by mail promptly attended 10.
Sept. 20, 1855.—6 m.
~~ ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
XX-'HEREAS, by the laws of this Common
* v wealth it is made "the duly of the Sher
iff of every county lo give notice oi the gen
eral elections, by publication in one or more
newspapers of tho county, at least twenty days
| befnto the election" and lo enumerate there
in " the officers lo be elected," and to "desig
nate the place at which the election is to be
held " —Therefore, 1, JOHN SNYDER. High
Sheriff of Columbia county, do hereby make
known and proclaim lo the qualified electors
of Columbia, that a GENERAL ELECTION
will be held throughout said county, on
IUESDA Y, the NINTH day of OCTuBER,
being toe aecnnd Tuesday in said month, at
the several districts within the county to
wit :
Benton twp. at the house of F.zekiel Cote.
Beaver towuship at the house of Christian
Shuman.
Bloom township at the Court house in
Bloomsburg.
Bnarcreek tp. at the townhouse in Berwick.
Cattawissa township at the house of Stacy
Margerurtt in Cattawieoa.
Centre township at the house of Jeremiah
Hess, deceased.
Fishingcreek township at ihe house of
Abraham Kline, now occupied by William
Long.
Greenwood township at the.house ol Jos.
Patton.
Hemlock township at the Buckhorn.
Jackson township at the house ol Joshua
Savage.
Locust township at (he house of David
Reinbold.
Franklin township, at Clayton's School
house.
Mifflin twp. at the house of John Keller.
Madison township at the house of Jacob
Welliver, now occnpied by Fulper.
Mountpleasant township at the house of Ihe :
late Frederick Miller.
Montour township at the honse of John
Richards now occupied by Jesse Hullins
head.
Main tortmship at the house of Isaac Yet- ,
ter. !
Roaringcreek township at the house of G.
W. Driesbach.
Orange township at the house of Peter P.
Kline.
Pine township at the house of Albert Hun
ter.
Sugarloaf township at the house of Linas
Cole.
Scott township at the house of Henry
Tremby in Espytown.
It is further directed that the election at
the said several districts shall be opened be
tween the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, and shall continue open without
interruption, or adjournment until 7 o'clock
in tge evening when the polls shall be clo
sed.
The officers (o be elected at the time and
places aforesaid, are
A CANAL COMMISSIONER,
A MEMBER OF ASSEMBLY,
A SHERIFF, •
A COUNTV TREASURER,
A COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
A COUNTY AUDITOR,
A COUNTY AUDITOR FOR 1 YEAR.
It is further directed that the meeting of
the return judges, at the Court House in
Bloomsburg to make out the general re'urns,
shall be on the first Friday succeeding the
general election, which will be the t2ih day
ol October.
The return judges of Columbia and Mon
tour counties will meet at the Court House
in Bloomsburg, on Tuesday the !6ib day of
October next to make out returns tor Member
ol Assembly.
And in and by the said act, I am further
directed lo give notice " that every person
excepting justices of the peace, who shall
hold any office or appointment of profit or
trust under the Government of the United
Slates, or of this Slate, or of any city or in
corporated district, whether a commissioned
officer or otherwise, a subordinate officer or
agent, who is, or shall be employed under
the legislative, or executive or judiciary de
partment of tbis Sate, or of any incorporated
district, and also thai every member ol Con
gress, and of the select or common council of
any oily, commissioners of any incorporated
district, is by law incapable of holding or ex
ercising at the same lime the office or ap
' -ntnimeiT' °f Judge, inspector or clerk of any
mmeii. '^oiiwealth, and that no
election 01 tn>. - officer of anv
inspector, judge or any .... , , o ffj c s.
such election shall be eligible iu . * ;
then to be voted for
Given under my hand at my office in
Blobmsburg, this 6lh day of September, A.
D, 1855. JOHN SNYDER,
Bloomsburg, Sept. 6, 1855. Sheriff.
SODA FOUNTAIN.
DR J. P. TAGGART has arranged a soda
fountain in hie drugstore in the Ex
change Block, where ell who are thirsty can
obtain a pleasant, healthful and refreshing
drink, suoh as will do a temperance atomach
good and wont " make drunk come."
Bloomsburg, May 31, 1855.
BLANKS! BLANKS'! BLANKS!!
DEEDS, SUMMONS,
EXECUTIONS, SUBPOENAS.
AND JUDGMENT NOTES,
paper and desirable forms, fo sale at Hid
office of the "Star of the North-"
THIBET SHAWLS with silk fringe, a
fine lot just received and lot sale by
1 AC. MENSCH'.
IRON STEEL, and every kind of Hard
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TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless tho words "Dr. A. M. MAURI
CBsr, 129 Liberty Street. N. Y., M is on (and the entry in
the Clerk's Ofllco on tho back of) the title page; ahd
buy only of respectable and honorable dealers, or send by
tnail, and address to Dr. A. M. Mauriccau.
MW Upon receipt of Ono Dollar "THE MARRIED
WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION" ia
sent (mailed free) to any part of the United State*, the
Panadas, and British Provinces. All Letters must be
post-paid, and addressed to Dr. A. M. MAURICEAU.
box 1234, New-York City. Publishing Office, No. 129
Wberty Sweet, New-York.
.1 gents in Pennsylvania.
T. B. Peterson, J. M. Moss & Bro., and T.
Cowpeithail, Philadelphia—Mrs. Cynthia j
Williams, Honesdale—VVentz & Stark, Car- I
bondale—E. Flint, Williamsport—S. Turk,
Wilkesbarre—S. Leader, HanoVr—B. Hall, |
Pitlslon—J. S. Nickson and A. K. McClure,
Chambersburg—E. Benner, Sumneytown—
Joseph Swartz, Bloomsburg—G. \V. Earle,
Waynesboro—J.H.Cornelius, New Berlin—
G. 6. Main. Mainsburg—Potter & McMang,
Beillonte—H. A. Lauce, Reading.
July 26, 1855. —6m.
Fnblic Sale of Real Estate.
THE heirs of Jonathan Hagenbuoh deceas
ed will on SATURDAY, the 6th day of
October next, expose to public sale upon the
premises
A TRACT OF LAND,
situate in Centre township, Columbia county,
bounded by lands of John Hagenbuoh on the
East, of Daniel Hagenbuoh on the North and
West and of Daniel Neyhard on the South,
containing
ABOUT SEVENTEEN ACRES
more or less, whereon are a frame dwelling
house, a barn, a shop, a good apple orchard
and a well of good water. The proporty rs
situate in the tron ore region.
There will also be sold at the same time
and place a
IiOC of Woodland,
containing 2 acres more or less situate in the
same township, adjoining lands of Jeremiah
Hagenbuoh on the East, Jacob Hagenbuch
on the South, John Hagenbuch on the West
and Henry Deiong oil the North. The land
is well timbered.
The widows dower will remain in all the
land. Sale will commence at 1 o'clock P. M.,
when the terms will be made known.
EMANUEL HAGENBUCH,
fir the heirs of Jonathan Hagenbuch.
Centre twp., Sept. 6, 1855.
PUBLIC SALE of BE AL ESTATE. ,
WILI.be exposed to sale at public vendue
upon the premises, in Centre township,
Columbia county, on SA'I UHDAY, 13th day
of Oct otter next, fofowinj oKCTib* l ' vain,
aide real estate as the property of Delila Boone
and Hsnna Shive, and late the estate of Ben
jamin Boone, deceased, vk:
A FARM AND PLANTATION,
situate in Centre twp., Cdumhla county, lying
nelween the Husquehanna river and Lime
Ridge, through whieh the (üblio road St North
Branch Canal, pastes from Bloomsburg to llsm
wick, near 4 miles above the fin*, named place,
containing about
SEVENTY FOUR ACRES,
all of whrch ia improved and in a high slate ot
cultivation. ,
There aft two dwelling houaea, a' large barn,
lithe kiln, and other auitable ootbuildinga erec
ted upon this premises.
ALSO,
Two good Orchards, and a nsver-faihng apnng
of water near the door, with a running stream
through meadow, aome twenty-acroa of
which ia excellent meadow land.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., on
said day, when attendance will be given and
terms ti ade known by
S. C. SHIVE
Bloomsburg, Sept 8, 1855.
TO THOSE WANTING OHEAP aoobs!
sxzostis.aaaQWar, Kynnxr\rto < at OCD.
HAVE just received and opened their stock Of merchandize for Fall and 'Winter sales,
which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assortment now
offered in thisJTOWN! 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, can save money by giving us a call. We have all
kinds of Goods ahd Wares to supply the Wants of the People. A very large lot of
ILADIES DRESS GOODS,
French merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de bages, poplins, parametta cloths,
mohair lustres, muslin de laines, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c.
WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs,
llouncings, bands and trimmings, laces arid edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel
vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotlon, and lisle thread gloves, mohair mitts, &c.,
All kinds ol SHAWLS, broche, Bay State, Waterville, black silk, cashmere, Embroder
ed, &c. Also a very large assortment of cloths, cassitners, sattinella, veslir.gs, tweeds;
jeans, beaver clothß, coating Velvet, Stc.
BOOtS AND SHOES, OE ALL KINDS SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN .J- CHILDREN
We have a large assortment o( Hats and Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard
ware, Queensware, Cedarware, &c. Very cheap carpels, carpet bags, floor, table and car
riage oil cloths, mats rhgs, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, lowelings,
drillings, fee., in abundance.
We invile our friends and the public generally in 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, 1855.
S3O.iEJQ.ciDm QDap®a£PaaSEi<33 C2BOD*
% HAVE RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF
Fashionable Fall and Winter Clothing !
In the Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. They have on hand a large and
full assortment of
FROCK, DRESS, BOX, SACK, G UM AND OIL CLOTH COATS,
of all sorts and sizes, that the present enlightened age knows any thing about. Of Pants
and Vests thev have every color of the rainbow, besides some black, blue, grey, striped
and fancy ; Vests of satin, silk, buff, casimere, mnreeilles, linen and worsted ot all fash
ionable cuts and colors ; Working Pants and boys clothing. Also fine while, figured and
striped shirts, Porket slid Neck Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle- !
man's dress goods ; Hats, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and
They have L'ndcrsleves, Spencers, Collars, Kigaletl*, Gloves, Mitts, Ladies'a brad-ba*
Handkerchiefs, &c., &c. Also Jewelry and Notions, saoh as Rimis, Breast pins, Gold and
Silver Pens ami Pencils, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Portmouies, Spectacles, Knives
Razors and a well selected assortment of Arcordeons.
t3T Remember the cheap Ftore in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court house.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 4, 1855. 6. DREIFUSS, & Co.
1855 New Fall and Winter Goods! 1855
DAVID LOWESTBSrifG
INVITES attention to his stock of cheap end faohinnale Clothing at hi; store oil Market
street, two doors above the -'American House," where he has a full assortment til men
and boy's wearing apparel, including
IFAGamOSTAXfeIUI OOiktfiSy.
flox, 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 will also make to order any article of clothing at very short notice and in
the best manner. All his clothing is made to wear , and most of it is of homo manufac
ture.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 20th 1855-3 m.
EXCHANGE HCTEL
AND R. R. OMNIRUS LINE.
rjiHK undersigned respectfully informs his
-A friends and the public that lie has taken
THE EXCHANGE HOTEL,
IN BLOOMSBURG.
located on Main Street, directly opposite the
Court 110u,.0> which has been thoroughly re
paired and improved, where he is prepared
to accommodate his customers with good
fare and to general satisfaction.
He has also in coniiedion with the EX
CHANGE HOTEL, an ecellent
CFyrTTrtrnClTfopn 'B
running regularly several times per day, to
and from the Depot on the arrival of the
Cars, by which passengers will he pleasant
ly conveyed to the Depot Station, or (sken
from and relumed to their residences, if de
sired.
He will always bo happy to entertain I
and accommodato his friends to the ut
most of his abilities.
JOHN SNYDER.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 20, 1855.
NOTICE.
FOIHE advertiser would respectfully an-
JL noutice to his customers and ihe public
generally that he continues to supply the va
rious MAGAZINES named below at Ihe pri
ces annexpd, per annum, Harpers S2 25;
I'utnam 82 25; Knickerbocker $2 25; House
hold Words 82; Blackwood 82 25; Godey
82 25: Graham 82 25; Horticulturist, colored
plates 83 50; Horticulturist, plain edition,
$1 63; Liltell'e Living Age 85; Frank Leslie's
Gazette of Fashions 82 25; Ballou's Pictorial
82 50; Ladies' Repository (Cincinnati) 82 63 ;
Peterson 81 63; National 81 63; Arthur's
Home Magazine 81 63.
He is prepared also to fill ordefs for stand
ard and miscellaneous Vonks and the current
literature of the day. whether from the irade
or persons in other walks ol industry. Hav
ing 'md an experience of fifteen years in (lie
Book and Periodical Trade, he believes that
lie can give entire satisfaction to all parties
intrusting him with oiders.
Specimen numbers of the Magazines sent
on receipt of six Post Office I.etter Stamps for
the 83 or 82 Magazines, and for twelve such
stamps a sample of ihe 85 or 86 works will
be sent, tatters of inquiry must contain a
Stamp for the return postage. Books sent
post-paid, on teceipt of publisher's advertised
prices. Address
WILLIAM PATTON,
Bookseller, Hnboken, New Jersey
Ey Publishers of Newspapers giving the
above advertisement, with "this notice, a few
insertions and sending marked copy to adver
tiser, will be entitled to any one of Ihe Peri
odicals in the above list for one yeaf.
Sept. 6.
Public Sale of Real Fstate.
THFRE will be sold at public sale upon
ihe premises, on FRIDAY, the 28 th day
of September next, at 1 o'clock, P. M., the fol
lowing real estate, to wit :
A VALUABLE FARM,
•>iija;e in Franklin township, Columbia coun
ty, adjoining lands ot Coitrad Fengtermecher,
Thomas Clayton, Daniel Yelier, Jacob Cus
tenbauder, John Hower'and others, contain
ing
more or less. There are erected on the prem
ise* a two story frame DWELLING HOUSE,
a good BARN, Grain Houses, Cider house,
and various oiber buildings; and Fruit Trees
of all kinds. A never-failing
Spring ofWater
is at the dooi. About 110 acres in good far
ming order, aod the balance in firstrate tim
ber. About 10 acres are good meadow.
The property will be sold as the Estate of
William Clayton deceased, by order of his
will. THOMAS CLAYTON.
SAMUEL ENT,
Franklin twp., Aug. 25, '56. Executors.
Registration Certificates
For the use of clergymen, justioes, physi
ians and other persons in registering marria
ges and deaths as required by the new Ac
Assembly, can be bad at the office of the
tar of the Noft'k,"
100,000 coni:s:
Steamboat IHraslers on the. It'eslern
ll'atcrs, an/t Steamboat Directory.
rpHE undersigned have no* in course of
X preparation a new Stsambnat Directory,
which will be issued in October next, the
book will contain over two hundred pages, j|.
lustrated in the best style, and neatly bound
in a durable maurtpr. It will be one of the
most interesting books ever published, and
will be a book that will be interesting to all
classes of people. The ritesuiboal Directory
will contain a complete list and description ol
all tho tSieainboats now afloat in (tic Western
and Southern waters. 'J'be length, model,
speed, power and tonnage of each boat, v. here
and by whom built, the name of tbe boar,
with the trade she has in. Also, the n.imts
of Captains and officers, her age, Ac. The
JJircctory will contain a History of Steamboat-;
and Steamboating on the Western waters,
since the application of steam: also, a sketch
of the hrst boat built for the Ohio River, with'
the itumo of tho builder, commander and own
er.
The River Directory will contain a list a nJ
description of all the Steamboat Disasters
that have oecurred on the Western and South
etn waters, beautifully illustrated, with a Jjst
of all those who have perished hy their burn- '
ing, sinking and exploding, on the western
and southern walors. Tho Directory tvi|| j
contain Maps of the Ohio, Mississippi, jVJj,. |
souri, Illinois, Arkansas, Wliite, lied, OtiSrhita, I
Yazoo, and other riv-.is, with the towns rfnd !
cities laid down, with coned distances: also, j
many mk r River and Commercial items of •
interest to the people et large. The luiok will 1
contain the cauls of tbe various (J. g. M„| !
Boats, with the trade they are in, Sea. The
Directory wilt otso contain a complete list of
all the responsible Steamboat License I Offi
cers, their places of residence, &c. Sic., the
new steamboat law its ts, with
comments, showing wherein it benefits the in
competent officer, and injures the competent
officer, the. &c., and all the important U. 8.
Supreme Court steamboat decisions up )„
date; the Kates and important Commercial
Privileges, Bills of Lading, important decis
ions of the various U. 8. Courts in regard to
Freights Lost and Damaged, Ac. &e., with
many other things of interest.
The Directory will be illustrated in the best j
style, and printed in the best manlier. The j
author has for six years been gathering,
together all the facts and items in regard to lbs
numerous steamboat disasters on 'he Western
and Southern waters, and now intends pub
lishing them in book form. The price of tho
work will be put at tho low sum of One DnlVar.
Ten thousand copies will he issued fur the
boatmen; aH others desirous of subscribing
will havu to do to at ones, as none will he'
printed unless ordered in advance. This work
ia destined to have a circulation el over eight
thousand copies, as the publiahcrs are receiv.
ing large numbers of subscribers, per mail,
fiom all parts of tbe counlty, daily. Some of
the oldest boatmen, as well as most scientific
men of the times, are contributors to the
Steamboat Directory.
The Directory will be issued in October,
and will be sn ornament to the parlor as well
as steamboat. By remitting One Dollar, post
paid, you will receive a eopy of tho above
Work.
All communications and letters should be
addressed to JAS. T. LLOYD S[ CO.
Post Offteo Building, Cincinnati, Obio.
July 12, 1855.
Justice!* ot* Ilic Pence
4ND CONSTABLES can find all kitidof
b.guka desirable for their use,in proper
Cofm a' the office ol the Star or The North.
DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss, Bog
Jacotietl Mull, Cambric, Swiss Muslin
Bishop Lawns, sale Bard Muslin just receiv
ed at the Store of
A. C. MENSCH
Fresh Arrival 1
A NEW lot of cheap muslins and prints
*"• just received by railroad and for sale by
A C. MENSCH.
FANCY GOODS, or every description and
j varioly, new styles, and fresh from New York
and Philadelphia, for sale at the eheap store
I M'KELVY, NEAL 8t CO,
Kiel us Reason Together.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
It h*i been the lot of the human race to be
weighed down bjr disease and auflmng. Hoi
- loway's Piila are specially adaptod to the relief
J of the Weak, the JVbreons, the Delicate, and
the Infirm, of all ciimea, agea, aegea, and con
alitutiona. I'rofertor Holloway peraohally .u
-| perintemla Iho manufactdre of his medicines in
the United States, and oilers thom >Ol free and
■ enlightened people, as the best remedy the world
- ever sat for the removal of disease.
' These Pills Purify the Blood.
These famous Pills are expressly combined to
I operate on Ihe atnmsth, the liver, the kidney.,
: the lungs, '.ho skin, end the bowels, correcting
i any derangement in their functions, purifying
' Ihe blood, the very fountain Ot lifb, and Ihos cu
j ring disease iu all its forms.
j Dyspepsia and Liver Complaints.
i Nearly half tho human race have taken tbssa
I Pills. It has been provod in all parts of tha
| world, that nothing lias bton found edual l
' them in eases of disorders of the liver, dyspep
sia, and stomach complaints generally. Thev
noon give a healthy lone to these organs, how
' ever much Jeranged, and when *ll other means
It a retailed.
General Debility. /// Health.
' Many of the most despotic Governments
have opened their Custom Houses to tha intro-
I duction or the# Pills, that they may become
i the medicine of the masses. I,earned Colleges
admit that this medicine is the best remedy ev
ei known tor persons of dolitsle health, or where
the system has been impaired, as its invigora
ting properties never fail to afford relief.
Female Complaints.
| No Female, young or old, should be withou
I this celehtiiled medicine. It is correct and reg
ulatos the monthly courses at all periods, acting
in many cases like s chairn. It Is also Ihe best
and safest medicine that cSh lie given to chil
dren of all ages, and for any complaint : const
quenlly no family should be without it,
llolloway's Pills are the best remedy
! known in the world for the following
j Diseases.
! Asthma Diarrhtca
j Bowel Complaints Dropsy
Coughs Debility
Colds Fever and Ague
Cliosl Diseases Female Complaints
Costiveuess Headache
Dyspepsia Indigestion
Influenza Inflammation
Inward Weakness Liver Complaint,
Lowuesa of Spirits Piles
Stone and Gravel Secondary Symplon.
Venereal Affections Worms, of all kinds
Sold al the Manufactories of Prof. Hollo
way, 80 Maiden Lane, New-York, Hnd 214
Strand, London, and by all resectable Drug
gists and Dealers of Medicines throughout
the United Stales, and Ihe civilized world, in
boxes, at 25 cents, 62 j cents, and Si each
fy There is a considerable saving by ta
i king lite larger size.
| N. U Directions for the guidance ol pa
tients In every disorder are affixed to each
Box.
TAVlpTcf Fl \D OF the"
11. S. Insurance, Annuity & Trust to.
S. E. cor. of Third & Chestnut Sis., Phil'a.
CAPITAL 250,000.
MONEY is received on deposit daily
The amount deposited is entered in a
I Deposit Book and given lo the Depositor, 6r
I If prelerred, a certificate will be given.
All sunts, large and small, are received,
I and ihe amount paid back on demand, with
i nUI notice
Interest is paid at the rale of fine per cent,
commencing from ihe day of depoatl, and
ceasing fourteen days previous lo (he with
drawal of ihe money.
On lite first day of January, in each year,
the interest of each deposit is paid to Ihe
depositor, or added lo Ihe principal, aa Its
unit pfefer.
The Company have now upwards of 3,-
500 depositors in lite City of Philadelphia
aluue.
Any additional information will be giVert
by addressing the Treasurer.
DIRECTORS:
0 11. Crawford, Pres't. VVm. D. Godwin,
!,. Johnson Vice Pres't. Paul B. Gpddar.l,
A. VV. Thompson, George McHenfy,
Benj. W. Tingtey, James Deveretrx,
Jacob L. Florence, Gnslavus English
PLINY KISK, Secretary if Treasurer.
J. C. OEHLSCIILAGEK, Teller t Interpreter
September 6, 1855. ly.
Orphans Court Sale of Real Estate.
1 N pursuance ol an order of the Orphans
Conrl of Columbia County, the under
signed Trm ice appointed by asid Court in
the matter of the Estate of Mary Appleman,
deceased, will on SATURDAY, the 13/ A day
if OJobcr ncxi, at 1 o'clock, in the afternoon,
expose to public sale upon the premises 4
certain ! lECE AND LOT OF LAND situate
in ihe town of Bloomsburg, Columbia Coun
ty, containing about
ONE HALF ACRE,
frontii g on Third Street of said town, on the
south side of said street, adjoining land of
Kobcrt B. Arthur oh the east and son At, and
land of Daniel Shive'a heirs on the wear.
Conditions of sale. —Ten per cent, of the
purchase money lo be paid on tf.e day of
sale; one half on the confirmation ofthe
sale by court; and the balance oh the first
day of April next, with interest from (he day
of confirmation. JOHN SNYDER,
Bloomsburg, Sept. 13, 1855. Trustee.
Private Sale!
TllHandersigned offbts for oale hi* prop
erty situate in Mifflinville, Columbia county,
consisting of a dwelling house, store house
ami four contiguous
LOTS OF GROUND;
being the same premises conveyed to him
by Peter Rillmyer, late Sheriff of said cobnly,
and now in the occupancy of Nathan Snyder
The properly Will be sold reasonable and the
terms made to suit the purchaser, A good
title and possession of Ihe premises wilt be
given at any time the buyer may stipulate.
Apply either personally or by address ot
the subscriber residing in Petersville, North
ampton county.
JONAS SNYDER.
Petersville, September 6, 1855.
Stray Shoat!
CAME 10 the premise* of Ihe subscriber
ill Greenwood township about the IMb of
July last, a stray spoiled barrow, weighing
about 80 pound*. The owner is requested
10 prove property, pay charge* and take it
away, or it will be sold according lo law.
JAMES V. FERGUSON.
Greenwood, Sept. 6, 1855.—3t.
Fancy Paper,
F.cvclopos, Pens, Ink, Writing sand. &o
an be found at the cheap Book store of
JOSEPH SWAJLTZ,

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