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BY (WW. MORRIS. Searcher ol hearts! from mine erase AM thoughts that should not be, And in its deep recesses, trace ■ My gratitude to tbee ! Hearer of prayer, oh! guiilq aright, Each word and deed of mine; L'fe'a.banlo me how'to fight, And be the vfftory thine. Giver of all! for every good In the Redeemer came— For shelter, raiment, and for food, 1 thank thee in His name. b Father, and Son, and Holy Ghnsi ! r Thou glorious Three in One! Thou knovrest best what I need most, And let THY WILL BE DOMIC I IMPORTANT TO FEMALES—-DLCHEXBEMANS' PILLS.— The combinations of ingredients in these I'ilts. is the result of s long snd ex tonstfe practice; thty are mild in their oper. atiot'.. and certain in restoring natuee. to j(e proper channel In every instance hive the PHts'proved successful. The Pilfs Inverts . bly epen those obstructions to which fealties are liable, and bring nature into its prop*r channel, whereby heath Is restored, and the pale and deadly countenance changed to a healthy one, No female can enjoy good health unless tbe is egulii ; snd whenever tn obstruction lakes place, whether from ex posure,cold, or tny other cause, the geneial health immediately begins to decline, snd the want of such s remedy fas? been the ctusc of so many consumptions among young female. To ladies whose health will not permit an in crease of their family, these Pills will prove a valuable acquisition, is (hey will prevent pregnancy. Headache, pain in tho aide, pal pitation of the heart,'loathing of fond, and disturbed aleen do inns*, alwavs arise from the interruption of nature; and whepever thai is (he case, the Pills will invariably remedy all these evils. Nor ore they Isaa cflicacioua in (he cure of Leucoirboes, commonly called (he "Whites," These Pilia should never be ta. ken during pregnancy, as they would be suro to cause a miscarrigae. Wsrantedto be purelv Vegetable, and free from anything injurious lo life or lieulth. Full and explicit diieclions a .company each box. These Pills arc put up in square flat boxes. Perons residing where (hire are no ageney established, by enclosing One Dollar in a let ter postpaid to Dr. C. L. Cheeseman, No. 267 Blocker street, N tw York City, can hove them sent to their respective addresses by return of mail. B*IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES, jq Dr. GWSSNER a Celebrnied Menstrual Pills have been lung and widely known as invari ably certain in removing any stoppage, irreg ularity, or suppression ol the mensep. In the female hospitals in Vienna, Paris, ami-Beikrv, they have entirely superseded the usegff -all other remedies; because, where a -oure ia attainable •by medicinal agencies, they are certain of success. Their astonish ing efficacy would be almost incredible, if not vouched for by indubitable testimony, in numerous instances producing returns of the monthly period after all hope had been aban doned. In erery case, from whr.'evercause the ob struction may arise, us also to prevent preg nancy w here it.a health will not admit ot in crease of family, they urn always efficient ;| for tyhich reason they must not be used du ring pregnancy, though al aye mild, healthy, 1 sale and certain in their i-fiects. Married ladies w ill find particular inslruc lions in the directions, iu' which are staled the various symptoms by which the cause ol ; the suppression may be dmermined. Pin o, One Dollar per Box, containing ex- ; plicit directions. ... I - box will be tinned by Dr R.G. Geiss ' I'iincipal Office, 1274 Liberty Street, new i York Coy. Responsible agonta wilt be appointed for their sale as soon as practicable. In the mean time, all orders are to be addressed to Dr. 11. G. Geissner, 1274 Liberty Street. New York City, or to box 2456 N. Y. Pest Olfice, and a box will be sent by return mail, as they are put up Tn sealed envelopes, and can he sent with the Mnclest privacy lo any part •of the Uuited States. CAUTION TO LADIES. As various not only ineffective but injuri ous compounds purporting to be "Female Pills," under all kinds of names as " Iron Pills," "SilveT Pills," "Golden PilTs,"-" Peri odical Pills," &e. are attempted lobe palmed off upon the credulous or unwary, it is only necessary for ladies to be on their guard against the attempted imposition, and in all •cases where there is no authorized agent for the sslo of Dr. Oeiesner's Menstrual Pills," to order direcl from him by mail, by return of tvhioh a box will be sent. [29—ly Agents —Geo. Ross, Lebanon; E. T. Mil ler, York; S AHeman, llarrisburg; D R. Jones it Co., llartisburg ; C. Weighty, Mill bach- TOLLS AT BEACH OAVENr COLLECTOB'S*OFTICE ) . Beach Haven, Dec. Ist, 1855. j K. W. WEAVER, EIM.: Dear Sir, —The amount of Toll collected at this Office during the mouth of Nov. 1865, ia $26,972 94 Amount per last report, 208.239 53 Total (Fiscal year) $232 612 47 Same period in 1854, 211,216 50 Increase this year $18,395 97 Respecllully yours, PETER ENT, Collector. PUBLIC SALE~OF REAL ESTATE! IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Columbia county, on MONDA Y, the 31st day of DECEMBER next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, John Kie fer, Administrator, &c., ot Jacob Gearhari, late of Maine twp., in said county, deceased, will expose to sole by public vendue upon the premises, a certain plantation and rtmnmcglfr ■ituate in Maine township, Columbia coun- 1 ty, adjoining land of John Gearhart on the East, Isaac Yflter and Rudolph Shuman on the South, Daniel Fenstermacher on the West, and John Nusa on (he Norlh. contain ing about ONE HUNDRED AND FOR T¥?TWO ACRES, upon whiob ate erec ted a log Dwelling House a good K nPeCvmgy, and other out-buildings. There are alao on the premises valuible FRUIT TREES, Ap ple, Peach, &c., and an excellent spring of water near the dwelling Late the estate of snid decaaod, situate In the township of Maine and county aforesaid. Conditions of sale.— The share of the widow lo wit, the oue-third par*, ot the purchase money to remain in the hands of the purohas er during her hie, the interest thereof to be annually and regularly paid lo her by tbe purchaser; and the principal to the heirs after ber death; two hundred dollars to be paid down, one ball of the two-thirds (deducting amount paid on day of sale) on the Ist day of April next, and Ibe balance on the firat day of April, A. D., 1857, the last payment to bear interest. JOHN KIEFER, By order of the Court. Administrator JACOB EYERLY, Clkrk. Maine twp., Deo. 4, 1855—is. Fancy Papers Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Writing sand. &c an be found al the cheap Book afore of ' JOSEPH SWARTZ, GJKARXiBS DIOZSNS' aßp<£>aaas.b*3. The best A Rest Popular li the Wo rid TEN DIFFERENT EDITIONS. No Library can be complete without a act of these Works. Reprintsd from the last London editdions and Published by T. B. PETERSON, No. 102 Chestnut Street, PIIIIiADE IP 111 A. "pETERSON'S" ia the only complete and Jt uniform edition of Charles Dickens' Works published in America; they are re printed from the original London edition, and are now the only edition published in thta country. No library, eithef public or private can be complete without baying it in a com plete set of this, the greatest of all living au thors. Every family should possess a set of one of the editions. The cheap edition ia complete'in Twelve Volumes, paper cover; either tlTkll of which can be had separately. Price Fifty cents each. . Bleak House Price 50 cents. David Copperfield 80 " | Nicholas Nickelby 50 " ' Pickwick Papers 50 " Tlombey and Son 50 :I Martin Chozzlewit 50 " Barnaby Ruilge 50 " Old Curiosity shop 50 " Sketches by "Boz," 80 " Oliver Twist 50 " Christmas Stories and Pictures from Italy. Containing a Christ mas Carol, The Chimes, Cricket on the Hearth, Battle of Life, Haun ted Man, Ihe Ghost's Bargain, &c. 50 " Dickens' New Stories. Con. Hilling The Seven Poor Travelers, Nine New Stories by the Christ mas Fire, Hard Times, Lizzie Leigh, The Miner's Daughters, Fortune Wildred, &c. 50 " A complete Set of the above will be sold or sent to any one to any place, free of postage, •for Five Dollars. foaplete Library Edition. In five very large oclavo volumes, with a Poiiruu on Steel, of Charles Dickens, con taining the same reading matter as the lllua | trated Edition, and comprising over fourthou sand very large double columned pages, handsomely printed, and bound.in various styles. ■Vol. 1 contains Pickwick Papers and Old Curiosity Shop. " 2 do Oliver Twist,Skeichesby 'Boz' and Barnaby Kudge. 3 do Nicholas Nickelby and Mar tin Chuzzlewit. " 4 do David Copperfield Dombey & Son, and Christmas stories. '* 5 Jo Bleak House, and Dickens' New Stories. I Price of Complete set. Bound in black oiolh, full gilt hack Price 97 50 " " scarlet cloth, extra, 8 50 " " library Sheep, 9 00 " " half turkey morocco, 14 00 " " hall calf, antique, 15 J)0 Illustrated Edition in 12 Vols. This edition is primed oil very thick and fine while paper, and is profusely illustrated, with nil the original illusnaiioiiH by Cruik shank, Alfred Cow quill, Phiz, etc., from the original London ediiion, on copper, slpel and wood. Each Volume contains a novel com plete, and may bo had in complete sets, beau j tifully bound in cloth, for Eighteen Dollars a ! vet, or any volume will be solo separately, as j follows: ! Bleak House, Price $1 50 | Pickwick Papers, 1 60 Old Curiosity Shop, 1 50 Oliver Twist, 1 50 v 7 *-n.l 50 Barnaby Radge, . l 50 Nicholas Niokelby, 1 50 Ma.-tin Chuzzlewtt, 1 50 David Copper field, I 50 Donibey and Son, 1 50 Christmas Stories. 7 different ones, 150 Dickens' New Stories, 1 50 Price of foil and complete set of the Il lustrated Edition, bound in 12 Vols., in black cloth, gilt back, 18 00 " " " " Library sheep 24 00 " " " " 4 Turkey mor. 27 00 " " " " i calf, antique, 36 DO W All subsequent works by Chas. Dick ens will be i6Hed in uniform style with the above. Copies of any rtne, or any set, of either edi- j lion of the above works will be sent to any person, to any pan of the United States./ree of postage, on their remitting the price of the edition they may wish, to the publisher in a letter post-paid. • Published and for sale by T. B. PETERSON, No. 102 Chestnut street, Phtlad'a. To whom all orders must be directed. Booksellers, Netrs Agents, and all others, w ill be supplied at very low rates, B¥ BOAT DE PORTOI SECOND ARMVAL OF FALL AND WINTER CSOOUS! AT A. C. MENSCH'S CHEAP CORNER: OF Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinelts, Kentucky Jeans, Muslins, cotton and wool Flan nels, all wool Dclain, Brage Detain, Cham bray, Silks satins, Long and Single Shawls, Calicoe*, Siats, Caps* Boots and Shoes ot all sizes, Groceries, Hardware. Iron, Steel, Nails, tic., &c.; in fact everything to make up a full and complete assortment. Come and see. ALSO-. BUCKWHEAT AND WHEAT FLOUR, Corn and Hve Chop constantly on hand and for sale lor cash. Bloomsburg, Nov. 26, 1855—4 m. THE BEST ARET H K CBanntrTH^EMjai3aSß3CJP, EMPLOY the BEST TEACHERS and use the BEST BOOKS in your schools and your children will leant more in six months than in three years with inferior ones, and you will SA VB TIME AND MONEY BY IT. SANDER'S NEW are the best Readers. WEBSTER'S are the best Dictionaries. GREENLEAF'S SERIES ARE THE BEST ABITHMF- TtQ/i PELTON'S IS THE BEST SYSTEM OF USIFOF Splendid Outline 1W tints. WILSON'S ARE THE BEST SERIES OF 3 !£<£> flka 12 jßa LAMBERT'S ARE THE BEST WORKS ON Sower & Barnes, Publishers, Booksellers If Stationers, 33 North Third Street. PHILADELPHIA. October H, IHss—3m. T# School Teachers. As the time of the County Superintendent will now for some lime to come be occupied in visitiug the different schools of tbeconnly, those teachers who did not meet him at the times fcnd places appointed in the several districts, can now meet bira at bis offioe in Bloomsburg on any Satutday afternoon for examination; but no examinations can take place at any other time, nor can teadbers de pend uoon meeting him in town at any other time. R. W. WEAVER, County Superintendent. Bloomsburg, Ncv. 22, 1856. WIM WANTS TO BE MABKIED t THE ART'br LOVE-MAKING. The most extraordinary book of the 19(A Century 1 TIJE BLISS OF MARRIAGE. The way to tbe Alter. 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This is decidedly the most fascina'ing, in teresting and really useful and practical work on Courtship, Matrimony, and the duties and delights ol Married Lite, that has ever been issued from the American press. The artifi cial social system, which in so many instan ces prevents a union ot hearts, and sacrifice to conventionalism the happiness and even thelives of thousands of the young and hope ful ot both sexes, is thoroughly analyzed and exposed. Every one who contemplates mar riage, and wishes for an infallible guide in the selection of a partner for life, should pur chase this great text book of connubial feli city. No one will ever rpgrel the price paid for such an invaluable secret. Bills ol any of the speoie-paying banks in the Doited Stales or Canadas received at par. Gold dust can be sent from California. 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CF Persona wishing to ongase in tbeir sale, will receive promptly by mail, a,Ciron lar containing full particulars, with " Direc tions to persona disposed to aot as Agents," together with terms on which they will be furnished, by addresaiog the subscriber, post paid. ROBERT SEARS, PUBLISHER. 181 WillicaO Street, Nno York. Or Sun roa ORE COPY.—Single copies of the above work* will be carefully enveloped in stool paper, and forwarded st our risk and expense to any post office in tbe United States, on the receipt of tbe tetail prices. STILL GREATER ATTRACTIONS! GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK ygJonno rivTT secoMO VOL.! rpa PIONEER MAGAZINE ! Especially devoted to Ike wants of the Ladies of America. Where this Magazine is taken in a hoose, no'toiher is wanted, as it comprises all that could be obtained by taking three other Mag azines. New Features for 18.10. A new and very interesting story story will be commenced in January, by Marion Har land, Antbor of "Alone," and "Hidden I'ath," two novels that have created an immense sensation in the literary world. Also— Mies Vitginia F. Townsend will commence in the Febiuary number a Novelette, which we know will strongly interest the readers of the "Book." Stories by an English Authoress. How to make Wax Flowers and Fruits— With engraving*. The Nurse and the Nursery. How to make a Bonnet. Troubles of an English Housekeeper. The art of sketching flowers from Nature. With engravings.—To be copied by the learner on paper to be colored. Maternal counsels to a Daughter.—De signed to aid her in the care of her health, the improvement of ber mind, and the culti vation of her heart. New style of illuminating windows -and lamp shades, with engravings. Poetry and history of Finger Rings, illus trated: Shells for the Ladies, and where they come from, with engravings Modelling in Leather with engravings. This is only giving an idea of our inten tions for 1866 —New designs of interest to the ladies are springing nn everyday; we shall avail ourselves ol everything that can interest them. In fact, "Godey's Lady's Book," will possess the interest of any other three magazines. In addition to the übore will be continued in each No. Godev's splendid steel engravings. One hundred pages of reading. Godey's challenge Fashion Plates. In this as in every other department, we defr rivalry or imitation. Embroidery patterns. Any quantity of them are given monthly. Model Cottages. Dress making with diagrams to cut by. Dress patterns —Infant's and Chtldrens ■DrAse*—All kind of Crochet and Netting Wotk—Cloak*, Mantelets, Talmas, Collars, Chemisette, Under Sleeves, Bonnets, Win dow. 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Subscribers in ihe British Provinces, who send for clubs, must remit 36 cents extra on every subscriber, to pay the American post age to ihedines. Address L. A. GODEY. No. 113 Cbe?tnut Street. Philad'a. FANNY FERN'S 1,000,000 JSJE vCJDIESS 8 A NEW BOOK COMING. VVE have the pleasure of announcing that we have in press, and shall publish aboot the first of December, a new work of fiction entitled avfEigfj® <£I£AI&S£ O A ROMANCE—BY FANNY FIRN. The IBKI work, and first continuous tale of of this brilliant and fascinating authoress, "Hulh Hall," achieved 4 success unexam pled in the annals of letters. In the language ni a leading periodical, It "created a more profound sensation than any which has been issued during a quarter of a century." But it is unnecessary to allude to the merits of "Ru'h Hall." Judging from the number of copies of il we have sold, we judge that every body in the U. States has read it. As respects the work we have now in press, ROSE CLARE, we can only eay that we regard it as, in every respect, a greater, better work ; and are' confidant it will not only sustain, but even increase ihe reputation of its distinguish ed authoress. We have reasona tor think ing "Rose Clark" will make a greater sensa tion than did "Ruth Hall." It will form an elegant 12 mo. volume of over 400 pages. Price 81.25, on receipt of which copies will be sent by mail, post paid. Il will be for sale by all booksellers. ' Any newspaper giving the advertisement three insertions, snd seuding us a copy ol paper, with advertisement marked, will re ceive an advance copy of the work, by mail post-paid. Published by MASON BROTHERS, Nov. 22. '55. New York. PUBLIC SALE*OK REAL ESTATEI rpHE subscriber, Execulor ol the last will £ ami testament of Martin Bender, dee'd., wdl ufler at public sale ai the house of Al fred Howell, in Orangeville, on SATURDAY, the 22nd day of DECEMBER, 1855, a valuable TRACT OF LAND situate in Orange township, Columbia county, l'a, about one mile from Orangeville, adjoining lands of Edward M'Henry, Jacob Seicfle, W. Bownan and others, on wtrtoh are erected a HOUSE AND A LARGE BARN, There are also a quantity of FRUIT TREES on the premises of different kinds of fruit.— For further particulars address the subscriber at Orangeville, Colombia county, Pa. JOHN COVAHHOVAN, Orangeville, No*. 14, 's6—is Executor. STONE COAL, CHEAP FOR CASH,-for sale *1 the Canal or in town at the etore of Oct. 11, '55. A. J. EVANS.. Those Wanting Cheap Goods! SXKOS.tSI3o war, <£* <3B<E> HAVE just received and opened their stock of merchandize for Fall and 'Winter sales, which comprises ihe LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assort met. I now offered in thisjTOWN! Having paid great attention to the selection of their entire stock, as to price and quality, they flatlet themselves that they can compete with the cheapest, and all those wishing to boy oheap, can save tnoney by giving us a call. We have all kinds of Goods and Wares to supply the wanls of the People. A very large lot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, French merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de banes. poplin's, puraroella cloths, mohair lustres, muslin de laities, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c. WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Slevpa. Collars, Spencers, handkerchief* flouncing*, bands and trimmings, lacoa and edging*, bonne! ribbons, in large variety, vel vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread alnves, mohair milts, Ac., All kinds of SHAWLS, broche, Bay Stale, WalerviHe, black silk, cash mere, Embrrxter ed, &c. Also a very large aseorimeat of cloths, cassimers, eaumeits, vestir.gs, tweede; jeans, beaver cloths, coating velvet, &c. BOOTS AND SHOES. OF ALL KINDS If SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN if CHILDREN We have a large aasortment of Hals and Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard ware, Queensware, Cedarivare. be. Very cheap curpets, carpet bags, floor, table and car r,'a?® oloths, mats rugs, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, toweling?, drillings. be., 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 bv anybody, or the rest of mankind. Bloomsburg, October 28, 1855: SSflaaacskOQi ££3ipcs£l£f*Das3<s3 CSB<H> a HAVE RECEIVED fk NEW LOT OF Fashionable Fall and Winter Clothing ? In the Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. They have on hand a lam. and full assortment of ° allu 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 of Ihe rainbow, besides some black, blue grey strine I and fancy ; Vests of satin, silk, bull, casiroere, marseilles, linen and worsted of all fist ionable cuts and colors ; Working Pants and boys clothing. Albo fine while figured and striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kindi of eentle man's dress goods ; Hats, Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and ESSE SA3D2J2S Tltev have Undersleves, Spencers, Collars, Rigalell*, Glove*, Mitts Ladies'a bead ba? Handkerchiefs, be., be. Also Jewelry and Notions, each as Rings, Breast pins, Gold and Silver Pens mid Pencils, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Portmonies, Spectacles Knives Razors and a well selected assortment of Accordeons ' ty Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court house Bloomsburg, Oct. 4, 1855. # § DREIFUSS, & Co! 1855 New Fall and Winter Goods! 1855 SA7ID 107T1HBEJIG ¥NV!TES attention to his stock of cheap snd fashionale clothing at his store on Markt street, two doors above the "American House," where he has a full assortment of men and boy's wearing apparel, including • • VA&i&niosrAißOß ©lEissg pox. sack, frock, gum and oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, pants of all colors shawls ' stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, slocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves suspenders I and fancy articles. ' e j N. B. He will also make to order any article of clothing at very short notice and in I the best manner. All his clothing is made to wear, and most of it it of home trrannfac- ' Bloomsburg, Sept. 20th 1855-3 m. A. H. JOCELYN'S CATALOGUE of POPULAR MAPS AND Illustrated Sheet Publications, With General Descriptions, Prices, &c. rj'lll-SE publication* are invatialy colored, * and all the same size, (26 by 32 inches.) .tnd of one retail price.—2s cents each. FOR CASH ONLY lsf-—Mirror of the City of Sebastopol, arr-d Map of the Crimea and Black Sea THf.3 is the only authentic. t*„> showing the exact position of all the lortifica tions, with correct name and number of guns in each, iir"' giving a full description of the city, it* public buildings, harbors, &c. Also, map of the Crimea, showing the military po sition of the Allied forces surrounding Sebas topol ; man of the Blank Sea, containing dis tances trom Constantinople, and statistical Information relative to the pnoulatien of Eu rope and its principal cities. Also, views of Ihe hurricane on Ihe Black Sea. the Battle of lnkermann, &c. Wholesale Price to Agents, 87 per hundred. 2d Sheet.—Map of North America, Uni ted Stales and Cuba. Showing the routes to California, New Or leans, Cuba, and many other large places; extent and population of United States, Mex ico, British America, Russian and Central America and Cuba; population of cities; por traits of Washington, Jefferson. La Fayette, Jackson, Webster, Clay, and Calhoun—men who will never be forgotten. Wholesale price to Agents, 89 per hundred, 3d Sheet.—TJie Illustrated Life of Christ. Containing eleven large and spleudid En gravings designed by Gilbert, the creat Eng lish Artist. Subject as follows : The Adora tion of the Shepherds—The Fltgh' into Egypt —Jesus in the Midst of the Doctors—Jesus ' Subject to his Barents—the Baptism--Our Lord in the House of Martha and Mary— [4ml raising the Widow's Son—Jesus Christ Blessing little Children—The Crucifixion— ' the Resurrection—Our Saviour. JVholesale price to Agents, 89 per hundred, 4th Seeet.—A Great National Chart.— The Constitution of the .United States and declaration of Independence. I With portraits and Biographies ol all the I the Presidents, and Seals of every State and ' Territory in the Union. Wholesale price to I Agents, 89 per hundred. N. B.—No citizen should be without this Sheet, and Foreigners who Would understand the American people, their plinciples and government, should have a copy without de lay. slh Sheet.—Jnst Published, Latest Maps and Views of the Eastern war, from the mdst authentic sources, Sebastopol, Crimea, Black, Baltic and Azoff Seas. Showing the present position of the Allied forces; Small Map of Europe, giving the routes and distances from London and Paris to the Crimea, Cronsladi, and many other places; Number of vessels in the Baltic Fleet, Army and Navy of the world: Views of Ihe Hurricane 011 the Black Sea, Battle of lnker mann, Constantinople; Population of Europe and its principal Cities; Immense Supply of War Munitions to tho French Army, &e. BP No person should bo without this Sheet It contains on a large scale the best maps, plana and views of places that are causing so much excitement throughout the world; also, a small map of Europe for reference to Iheir positions, &o. Wholesale price 89 per hund red. 6th Sheet.—Mirror of CronstadL Sebas topol, Great Redan, Mamelon and Mn lakoff Towers, Map of the Crimea and Baltic Sea, with portruits of the Prin cipal Crowned Heads, also, Russian, French, English and Turkish Officers. This is tbe only authentic view given of Cronstadt, showing lbs exact position and correct name ofa)l the Fortifications, with number of guns in each. A new plan of Se bastopol, Southeast view, showing the Great Uodan, Mamelon and Malakoff-Towers— drawn on the spot—also, giving Ihe number of Allied Forces in the Crimea, Baltic See, be. Wholesale price to Agents, 89 per hun dred. A H. JOCELYN, Publisher of Illustrated Maps, Popular Sheets, be., be. 60 Fulton St., [up stair*,) JV. York. PERRY & EttETY, S. W. COR. or 4TH b RACE *T., PHII.ADEI PHIA OOOKSELLERSj STATIONERS, PUB-' Itehers and Blank Book Manufacturers. 1. & K. have constantly olf 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, Ha" n " an to furnish BLANK BOOKS eTlheTfrem'tTe shelves or made to order at the. lowest manu lactnrer s prices. Persons wishing to purchase in PhiladeK pitta will find it to their advantage to "ive us a cad before making their selections. ° ; All orders by mail promptly attended 10 Sept. 20, 1855 —6m. Hood's Oruanieutal Iron Works. Ridge Avenue. Philadelphia. THE attention of the inhabitants of Penn- ! sylvuma are invited to the ekteh.ive .Manufac. I tory and Wareroom* of the subscriber, who is I prepared to furnish at the shortest notioe, Irort Railing of every description, for Cemeteries ! public and private buildings, also Verandahs' 1 Fountains, Chairs, Helloes, Lions, Dogs and 1 other ornamental iron works of decorative char- I cte-. Purchasers may rely on having all ar ticles carefully boxed and shipped to their dev. tinalion. A book of desjgna will be furnished to those wishing to make selections. ROBERT WOOD, I Ridge Avenue, below Spring Garden St PHILADELPHIA, j September 27, 1855. OTWAIbMD 3!2WIE Ffftalilisluiicnt. r|AHE UNDERSIGNED, respectfully in -R formr his old friends and customers, that he has purchased his brothei's interest in the above establishment, and the concern wili horo after he conducted by himself exclusively. He ,hj. hat just received and offers for sale Ihe largest and most extensive assortment merit u f FANCY BTOVEB ever intro duccj into this market. Niovepipe and Tinware constantly on hand and manufactured toorder. .All kinds or re pairing done, as usual, on short notice. The patronage of old frients and new cu. • toniers is respectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT. Bloomsburg Jan. IS, 1853. 51—tf Arthur's Patent Self-Healing Cans. Fur Preserving Fresh Fruit, Tomatoes Ape., by flermetical Scaling. THf.Bl! cons, which are sealed by the house- L keepers without the aid of a.tiimer, and open easily with rut injury to the can, are rapidly coming in;o general use. Full directions for pulling up fruit accompanying the caoa, aud the work is ho easily performed, that by their use. every family mat havefreshfri.il and tomstoes on their tables alt wiutet at j summer prices. PRICES.—Pint Cans 82.00; quart 82.50; Half-gallon $3.50; three quarts gallons $5.00 per doaen. The diffure'.it siaes'nest, in order to secure economy t.i transportation.— Country Htarekcepeia will find this now article one of ready sate. Manufactured and sold by 'ARTHUR, L'URNHAM 8t CO. No. 60 South Tenth St., Philadelphia. July 26,1855.—3 m. THOMAS BUTLER, No. 7 South Seventh Street, PHILADELPHIAj lif anufaoturer of strong Tinware, Copper, Til, and Zinu Batning Tubs, Bathing Pans, and every kind of batning apparatus. Also deed and paper boxes. Prompt attention given to ordered work, and gooda carefully lorwpjeed on orders. Philadelphia, August 17th, 1864. "IXTHEATLEY'S ARCH STREET THEAx ' " TRE. Arch Street, above Sixth, Phil'a. THE BTAU QOMPSNT, Composed of the firet'J Artists' in the world, and exceeding in Strength and Talent any Dramatic cotnbimi-1 tton heretofore offered to the Theatriosl Pulr- : lie, will appear EVERY NIGHT in Comedy, ! Tragedy, Serio-Comic Drama, Vaudevilles, i Musical Burlettas. &c., &c. OF* When visiting the city, 20 there, Out 2—if. " j 4 MARVELLOUS REMEDY I FOB AHARTELLttDS AG HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT THE GRAND EXTEHNAL REMEDY? DY th a>U'ol a microscope, wo ree million of little openiincts on llie surface of our bodies. Through these this Ointment, when rubbed on the skin, is curried to any organ or inward pan. Diseases of tba'Kidneys, dis orders of the Lirer, affections of .the heart, Inflammation on the Langs, Asthmas, coughs and colds, are by its means effectually oared. Every housewife knows that salt aaSatfa free ly through bone or meat of any thickness.— This healing Ointment far more readily pen etrates through any bone or -fleshy part of the living body, curing the most dangerous inward complaints, that canho: be reached by other means Erysipelas, Salt Rheum and Scorbutic Humors. No remedy bas ever done so much for the cure of disease of the Skin, whatever form they may assume, ae this Ointment. Nouase of Salt Rheum, Scurvy, sore heads. Scrofula, or Erysipelas, can long withstand its influ ences. The inventor has 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 besn the means of restoring countless numbers of * health. Sore Legs, Sore Breasts, J found 3 and Ulcers. Some of the most scientific surgeons now rely solely on the use of this wonderful Ointmeut, when having 10 cope with thn worst cases of sores, wounds, ulcers, glandu lar swellings,and tumors, l'rof. Holloway has by command ofihe Allied Governments,dis patched to the hospitals of the East, large shipments of this Ointment, to be used under the direction of the Medical Staff, in the worst cases of wounds. It will eureany ulcer, glandular swelling, stiffness or contraction of the joints, even of 20 years' standing. Piles and Fistulas. These and other similar distressing com plaints can be effectually cured if the Oint ment be well rubbed in over the parts affect ed, and by otherwise following the printed directions around each part. Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following cases: Iluuions, Lumbago, Burns, Mercurial Erup- Chapped Hands, tiocs, Chilblains, Pries, Fistulas, Rheumatism, Gout, Suit Rheum, Skin Diseases, • Sore Legs, Sore Breasts. Swelled (Hands. Sore Heads, Stiff Joints, Sore Throats, Sores of all kinds, Sprains, Scalds, Ulcers, Wounds of all Venereal Sores, kinds. Sold at the Manufactories of Prof, trlollo wsy, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and 244 Strand, London, and by all respdctable Drug gists and Dealers of Medicines throughout the United States, and the civilized world, in Pots, at 25 cents, 62$ cents, and 81 each. JilW There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B. Directions for the guidance of pa tients in every disorder are affined to each P6t. J-i*r 40. 1555. • ~— 1 00.000 COPIES ! Steamboat Disasters on the Western H aters, and Steamboat Directory. fit HE undersigned have now in course of 1 .preparation a new Steamkftat Directory, which will be issued in October next, the book will conlsin over two hundred pages if. uslrated in the beat atyle, and neatly bound n a durable manner, ft will be One of the most interesting books ever published, tod will be a book that will bo interesting to ail :lasse* of people. The Steamboat Directory will contain s complete list said description of ill the Htaamboata now afloat in the Weatern tnd Southern waters. The length, model, 'peed, power and tonnage of each boat, where tnd by whom built, tbo name of the boat, with the trade ehe has In. Also, the names' i/Captuins and officers, her age, dee. The Directory will contain a History of Steamboat* tnd S team boating on the Western waters lince the applicaiinn of steam: also, a sketch, jf the Ural host built for the Ohio River, whh. he name of the builder, commander sad own sr. The River Directory will contain s list end lescriptioii of all tbo Steamboat Disaster* that base occurred .on the Western * D( | South >in waters, beautifully illustrated, with a list jf all those who have perished by their burn ing, sinking and exploding, on lbs western md southern waters. The Directory will contain Maps of the Ohio, Mississippi uj. louri, Illinois, Arkansas, White, Rod, Ouachita Yaxoo, and other rivets, with thl towns and' cities laid down, with correct distances-also many other Rivor and Commercial items of interes to the people at large. The book will contain tbe cards of the various (f, §. Mail Boats, with the trade they are in, &c ' The Directory will also conlr.j,, a complete liat of all the responsible Steombust Lieenaed Ofli cers, their places of rcai, lance, dtc. dec the new steamboat law it ,equi,emet ta, with comments, showing w'.ierein it beneflts tbe in competent officer, ar.J ipj ur9 . , he compo(en , Dmcer, &c. tic., r,|<] all ih e important 1/ H hupreine Court steamboat decisions up' to ilate; the Rat es and important Commercial I'rivdeges, Billis of Ladiug, important decis ions .| -.He various U. S. Courts in regard to • tel l?_'.its Lost and Damaged, dec- Sic., with m-iny othur things of interest. The Directory will be illustrated in tbo heel stylo, and printed in the beat manner. The author has for six years been gathering together all the facts and items in regard to the numerous steamboat disasters on the Western and Southern waters, and now intends pub lishing them in book form. The price of the Work will be put at the low sum of One Dollar Ten thousand copies will be issued for the boaltner; all others desirous of subscribing will have lo do io m once,. s none will be' printed unless ordered in advance. This work is destined to have a circulation of oversight thousand copies, as the publishers are receiv. mg large numbers of subscribers, per mail from til parts of tbe country, daily. Some of the oldest boatmen, ta well as most scientiflc man of the times, are contributors to the Steamboat Directory. The Directory will be issued in Oetohar, and will be an ornament to the parlor as wall an steamboat. By remitting One Dollar, post paid, you will receive a copy of tbe above work. All commuoicatious and letters should bo addressed to JAS. T. LLOYD 4 CO. Post Office Building, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 13,1856. Fresh Arrival! A NEW lot of cheap muslins anil prints just deceived by railroad and for said by A. C. MENSCH ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For aala at the •heap store of A. J. EYAWS.