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THE Good Templara of Light Street, would
respectfully announce to the poblic, that they
xvltt serve oysters and refreshments on Val
entine's evening, Feb. 14th, 1856, at tne
Lodge, to raise funds for the besefit of the
Order. The patronage of the friends of Tem
perance is respectfully solicited.
Light Street, Feb. 4. 1866.
Administrator's Notice.
TkJGTICE is hsreby given thai letters of ad
" rninistrnlion upon the estate of John
Fahringsr, late of Caltnwissa township, Co
lumbia county, deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned residirc iu Locust lown
ihip, Colombia county. All persons Indebt
ed to the said estate are feqeesled to make
payment without delay, and those having ac
counts against the said decedent to present
tbem without delay.
_ Locust lp., Feb. 4.'66 6t. Adm'r
Public Sale of Real
BY virtue of an orderofthe Orphans' Court
of Columbia county, Jscob. F Kohrback Ad
ruinistrator of Jscob R'hrback Imlb of Frank
lin township Columbia county ilecensed, will
on Wedmiay the sth day ol March next at
1 oMock P. M. expose to public sale upou the
premises a certain
< Q > u a k3Ct ce>£P L£aaa.aadQ. a
late the homestead of said decedent, situate
in Franklin tow-nsh'-p Columbia county, ad
joining lands of Muy Haycock, Samuel B.
Deimet and Motes Hower, containing about
Two Hundred and Twenty-eight Jlcrcs.
On the property are a good dwelling house
a large log born, a tenant house and stable.
There is an excellent spring of water rear
the house, ami two apple orchards are on
the property. It is on the road leading from
Cattawissa to the Esther furnace. About
55 acres are woodland, and the remainder in
a good state of cuhivatiou.
Terms made known on the day of sale by
By order of the Court. Admr i
Franklin township. Feh. 6 1856.
Secret* for the Dillioit!
A most Wonderful and Invaluable Publication.
Br. Huuter's Medical Manual j <
*AW\>'•.'•>! '<!:. RKfNG AN ORIGf. i
NAL and popular !
Treatise on MAN and !
'dhun "ifc- WOMAN; theirPhys
•:iology. Functions and I
Sexual Disorders of!
'W/'r'il'i ilW-V"- * every kind, with nev- .
er failing Remedies for lite speedy cure of all
diseases o( a private and delinnte character, !
incident to the violation of the Laws of Na- |
lure and of Natures Grid.
Tun Author of lire above volume is a gradu
ate of ono or th< first medical schools it- ihe
United Statu, and having devoted a quarter of
a century to the atu ly and treatment of Kyphilia
and kindred disorrlerj aa a speciality lie haa
liecome pus-*ed nf meet invalualde informa
tion in regard to the eame, and ia able to com
|iaa into vade mrcum compass the very quint
eaaenoe of medical tcieitce on this important
subject; aa the riMiilt of the experience of the
moat eminent phyaician in Europe and Amer
ica ia thorouihly domonatrated in hia own
highly aucceaaful practice in the treatment of
ee.rt t diaeaaea in many thooaanda of cores in
the City of Philadelphia done.
The | raclice of Dr. Hunter has long boen,
and elill ia literally unUiunicd, hut at Ihe ear
nest solicitation of numerous persona, he has
been induced tu extend the sphere of hia pro
feeaional usefulness to the community at large,
through Ihe medium of hia "Med, al Manual
Hand-lloolc for the Afflic'cd.''
It is t vnluine that should be in (be hs,,d of
every family in the Ijnil, whether used a* a
preventive of -secret vice, or AS S guide for the
alleviation of one of the most awful and de
structive aeourgaa ever visited upon mankind
for the sins of sensuslily and impurity of every
It is s volume thst has received the unquali
fied recommrudalion of ihe first physician, in
(he lanii, while many clergymen, fathers, moth
ers, | hiltnthropiats aid iiumsnitariars, have
most freely extended ila circulation in all quar
tan where its powerful teaching, wouli be like
ly to be instrumental in the moral purification
and phvu.'il healing of multitude 1 of our pro
pfe, among the young. volatile and indiscreet,
otherwiee the pride and flower of lire nation.
The authoi argues particularly, moat ttrongly
against every sftcciee of self-di filetncn', and
warns parents and guaidians, in rea.rhing
terms, to guard the young of hotli sexes from
fit terrible consequences concomitant of their
ignorance of |hy tological lawa and sexual im
purities and irregularities, whether exhibited
P J precocious develo| menl or arising from the I
tiscious and corrupting examples of their school
mates or otheiwive. To those who have beex
alteady ensnared to iho "pallia that take hold
on hell,'* a clear and explicit nay is shown by
which ihey may secure a tclurn of sound health
and a regeneration of the roul from its terrible
It is well known that ihousanJa of victims
are tnnually sacrificed at the abrtne of Quack
ery—especially those sulTeiidg from Vene-eal or
Syphilitic diseases—Strictures, Seminal Weak
ness, Nervous Debility, and the numeioss mal
adiea which spring directly or less remotely
from the indulgence of carnal passions and se
cret violations of Nature.
In view of these facts, and when ilia also
considered that about 100,000 persons die annu
ally in the United States of Conoumption—a
large mijortly being the vieitmx of the voluput
oue indiscretion of their piogenilore, agreeably
to the Scriptuial enunciation, that Iho sins of
the parents arc visited upon the children, even to
the third and fourth genetttion. The Author,
imbued with sentiments of enlarged phtlhu'hro
py.will scarcely be censured for any effort to
restrain lite vices of the age, by the humble in
tlruntentalilv of his Medical Manual.
One copy, securely enveloped, will he forward
ed frae of pos age lo any part of the U mted States
for SB cents, or 6 copies for sl, Address, post
paid, COUDKN DO-, Puattsuana,
Xlox 197, Philadelphia.
OT Booksclleta, Canvatsars ane Book Agents
supplied en the most liberal terms.
fVF Cloths, Cassimeres, Saiineiis. Kentucky
Jeans, Muslins, cotton and wool Flan
nels, all trool Dalkin, Brave Detain, Cham
bray, Silks satins, Long and Single Shawls,
Calicoe, Gats, Caps, Boots
anil Shoes ol all sizes, Groceries, Hardware,"
Iron, Sleel, Nails, iio., Etc.; in fact everything
10 make up a 101 l and complete assortment.
Come and aae.
Corn and Rve Chop constantly on hand and
for sale lor oish.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 28, 1856—4 m.
Administrator's Notice.
TVOTICE ia hereby given that letters of ad-
A ™ ministration opon the eslaie of Gabriel
Lot*, late of Mifflin township, Columbia Co.,
deceased, have been granted to the under
signed residing in Bloomsburg. All persons
indebted to tbe said estate are requested to
. make payment without delay, and 1 those hav
ing accounts against the said decedent to pre
sent them for settlement to the administrator.
He will attend at the Itde residence of the
deoaaeed on.Tuesday the Bth day of January
iost., to medt those who have business with
the estate, STEPHEN H MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 1, 18S6-—6w Aim h,
Of lh Receipts and Expenditures of
THE Auditors elected to settle and sd
just the public account of Columbia
County hare examined the same from
the firet day of January 1856, to the first
dav of Jan. 1656. and respectfully lay be
fore the Honorable Judges of the Court
of Common Pleas the following state
ments and reports, agreeably to the 22d
Section of an Act of the Ueneral Assem
bly of this Commonwealth, passed the
14th day of April; A. D. 1834.
JOHN DOAK, ESQ., Treasurer,
Of Columbia Co. in sccount with said co.
1855, January 2d to balance on
Settlement, 193 24
Taxes outstanding for 1854 and
previous years, 6452 98
Cash on Judgment of J. Boston, 50 00
B. P Frick Land redeemed, "11 22
Cash of E. Hicks old Plank, 12 CO
do of Lake for use of court house. 10 00
Am't of Tax assessed for 1855, 6800 90
Cash of C. Cromer, 5 00
A. Kline Land redeemed, 9 00
A. tierringer fur loi of ol'd Iron, 3 50
S. C. Reed Land redeemed, 4 14
Ten days assessment, 10 70
County Tax on unseated Land, 4 44
School do do do 1 35
Poor do do do 62
Road do do do 08
Balance due Treasurer, -sro an
813100 67
By sm't ol taxes uncollected for
1855 and previous years, 4842 08
Commissioners allowed collectors 313 96
Exonerations allowed during the
jear, I®® ®1
! Am'i of orddre redeemed, 7523 03
Treasurer ComiC'**i° n 32® 69
913106 67
Road and Bridge Vieufh
Ain't paid sundry persons for road
views, 131
For bridge views, 18 Or?
Township lines, 9 00
Bridge Contracts.
John ERI, Orange, 319 00
do Extra work do 11 00
Ira Sanders, Benton, 25 00
Stinrni.in Si Griff, Orange, 1060 14
Elias Hicks Si Co, Bloom, 465 00
91880 14
Bridge Repairs. '
Am't paid sundry persons for re
pairs, sll7O 94
Amount paid to sundry persona
for blank books, 9208 01
Commonwealth Costs.
Am't paid sundry persona as wit
ness etc. 9137 54'
Election Expenses.
Expenses of Spring Flection, 350 29
do Full Election, 320 01
9670 30
disseisors' Pay.
Paid to the different Assessors for
making the spring assessment, 260 24
For making the Tricnniel do 360 89
9621 13
Constables Returns.' .
Am'i paid to constables for their
returns during the year, 9113 02
Jurors' Pay.
Grand and Traverse Jurors Feb. term, 274 48
do do do May do 227 34
do do do Sept. do 229 52
do do do Dec, to 259 19
m 9990 53
Tip Slaves.
Am't paid to Tipstaves during the
year, 922 00
Court Crycr.
Amount paid Moses Coffman as
Court-crier, 939 00
Inquest on body ol Patrick Murray 17 45
do do Wm. Prescot 16 87
934 32
Road Damages.
Peter Case, Benton, 10 00
Geo. ZanCr, Hriarcreek 5 00
E. G. Ilickeits, Orange, 75 00
Marv Appleman's heirs Bloom, 28 12
Michael Hock, Hemlock 50 00
Absalom Mcllenry Jackson, 900
Thomas Knurr, Bloom, 60 00
9237 12
Tax Refunded.
Road, School and Poor tax on un
seated land refunded to town
townshipe, 9481 05
Jacob Eyetly as per bills, 949 60
Register's Feet.
Daniel Lee Registering deaths Ac. 81 30
Sheriff's Bill.
Amount paid Jno. -Snyder as Sher
iff'a Bill, 9324 24
County Buildings.
One Clock and sundry repairs, 8151 99
Am't paid R- W. Weaver* 107 50
do J. M. Snyder, 16 50
do Levi L. Tate, 71 00
do Charles Cook, 2 00
do L. F. Irwin St Co. 60 00
9346 00
Am't paid sundry pe,sona for arti
cles used in and about the Court
House, 936 32
Cleaning Court House.
Paid Ann Long Iqy cleaning the
Court House, 917 00
Attorney Fees.
Amount paid to R. W. Weaver, 950 00
Conl and wood for Court House
and Jail, 950 12
Auditors' Pay.
Amount paid County Auditors and ,
their Clerk, 927 60
Lycoming Insurance Com. assess
ment No. 11 919 33
Foz Scalps.
Am't paid different persons, 9101 24
Paid P. Unsngst 1 year's postage, 93 21
Commissioners' Deeds.
J. Donk for Com'eis. deeds, 9145 84
Commissioners' and Clerks' Pay. j
John Keifer, 131 00
Iram Derr, 146 00
Wm. J. Ikeler, 144 50
Jonqe Fahringer. 10 50
Jno. C. Fruif (Clerk) 225 00
tt. C. Fruit do 76 00
" - < 9741 00
Mercantile Jfppraiser.
Solomon Htlwig, 93 37
Medical Service.
J. B. McKelvey, 93 50
J. Ramsey, 50
Am't paid E. S. Penitentiary, 9251 87
Interest on Loan*.
Paid by John Doak, >2 27
Total expenditures for the year, 8081) 19
Taxes outstanding and uncollected.
1850 County■ State.
Samuel Appleman, Sugarloaf, 1 591 973
Jacob W. Warner, Madison, 23 62
Nelson Kile, Sugarloaf, 727 363
.1. B. Mosteller, Briercreelr, 163 756
Peter Hay man, Orange, 24 20 47 81
D. K. Alberlson, Fishingcreek 81 18
William Welliver, Madison, 21 88 50 51
Peter (layman, Orange, 143,87 88 36
Lewis Dieterich, Briercreek, 93 76
Richard Stiles, Benton, 9166
D. R. Albertsoti, Fi-hingcreek 217 24 305 87
Samuel Gillaspie, Greenwood 76 12 75 16
David Smilh, Hemlock, 17 41 23 76
Abraham Manning, Jackson, 454 757
Jacob Stine, Locust, 1 74
Wm. Eyer, Matlison, 33 II 198 bl
Lewis Eckroat, Mifflin, 13 95
M. R. t\ ppleman, Ml. Pleasant 52 77, 37 36
Jacob Ari.'wine, Montour, 28 12 74
Beni. Hayntatt, Oranue, 178 22 152 84
Joseph Shoei.naker, Pine, 45 52 26 02
Wm. Mosteller, Sugarloaf, 22 87 23 08
John Shuman, Beaver, ' 33 '8 187 74
] J. YV. Eck, Briercreek, 446 15 348 87
!B. F. Hartman, Bloom, <" >92 2G
\ Samuel Rhone, Benton, I' 4 02 184 12
Charles Dieterich, Centre, 33 ? 26 327 56
Isaiah John, Cattatvissa, 80 20 25 19
T. J. Hutchison, Fishingcree.k 212 81 270 60
J. Gerard, Greenwood, 222 32 228 68
Beni. Wilson, Hemlock, o 40.46 260 61
Thus. W. Young. Jackson, 7 4 |19 73 82
Wm. Goodman, Locust, 192 95 89
T. A. Fnnston, Madison, 308 02 1112 73
Lewis Eckroat, Mifflin, 108 41 i' 26 68
Daniel Shuman, Maine, 74 84 7T 88
Jacob Shipman, Ml. Pleasant, 108 42 136 -5
Joseph Mouser, Mnnlour, 45 67 47 71
Michael Keller, Orange, 128 59 208 69
Enoch Fox, Pine, 53 58 95 90
' Mich'l Federoff, Itoaringcreek 68 62 55 14
1 John H. Dewiti, Scolt, 322 86 525 99
yC'tn. Stevens. Sugarloaf, 83 47| 1 13135
54642 08 s49f U 69
v ,T e ti','9 undersigned Auditors of the conn
tv of L'.-lun, b i a bein 3 •'l' elected to adjust
....I. , 'e accounts of the Treasurer and
Pni ..tin V h ,ve carefully examined the
Commissioners I" g , |he ' Mme {rom lhe
accounts and vooc.w- f ,
fiist day of January we fim , lh % m
January 1856 do cert.., >• nj Malemem
correct as set forth in tne lore, 0 -' sqjj DOAK
and that we find a balance due JO. .
Esq., late Treasurer, from the county.
hundred and seventy dollars.
Given under our hands this Bth day of da'.''
uary A. D. 1856.
JACOB DEMOTT; \ Auditois.
VVE, the undersigned Commissioners of
the County o! Columbia do certify thai the
foregoing is a correct statement of the ac
counts of said county for the year A. D. 1855.
VVM. J. IKKLER, \ Com'rs
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A new and very interesting story stomwill
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two novels that have creaietfsn riNMMse
sensation in the literary world. Alto-
Miss Virginia F. Townsend will commence
in the Febtoary number a Novelette, which
we know will strongly interest the readers of
the "Book."
Stories by an English Authoress.
How to make Way. Flowers and Fruits—
With engravings.
The Nurso and the Nursery.
How to make a Bonnet.
Troubles of an English Housekeeper.
The art of sketching flowers from Nalnrs.
With engravingc.—To be copied by the
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Maternal counsels to a Daughter— De
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the improvement of her mind, and the culti
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New style of illuminating windows and
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Poetry and history of Finger Rings, illus
trated; Shells for the Ladies, and where they
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Modelling iu Leather with engravings.
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Model Cottages.
Dress making with diagrams to cnt by.
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No. 113 Chestnut Street, Philatl'a.
HAVE opened a new Stove and Tinware
Establishment, on Main street one door
above the Court-house, where they are pre
pared lo furnish goods in their line such as
Tin, Sheet Iron, Hollow Ware, Brass
Kettles, Cast Iron Sinks, Frying
Pans. Stove Pipes, all kinds
of Tin Wars, Broom Wire
fyc., at extremely low
Prices. Among their
variety of
may be found the Home Air Tight, William
Penn, Globe, Coal Mountain, Miners' Choice
Van Leer's Kitchen Comfort, Double Oveo,
thecelebrated Raub Cooking Stove for coal
or wood, and others, too numerous to men
tion. Also Parlor Grates, Office and
Pnrlor Stoves,
in grest variety. Tin Roofing, Gutters, Lead
ers, and all kinds of work made kroner, at
the ahnrteat notice.
Repairing of all kinds attended to.
Bloomsburg, April 27th 1854,-tf.
Dressing Case Manufacturer
N. W. cor. of 4th and Chestnut Sts.,
ALWAYS on baud a large acd varied as
sortmer,. of
Port M'.iiiiaies, Work Boxes,
Pocaet Books, Cabas,
Bankers Cases, Traveling Bags.
Noie Holders, Backgammon Boards,
Port Folios, Chess Men, [Book6
Portable Desks, Pocket Memorandum
Dressing Cases, Cigar Cases, &c.
Also, a general assortment of English,
French and German fancy good*. Fine
Pocket Cutlery,
Razors, Razor Strop* and Gold Petia. Whole
sale, Second and Third Ftbors.
N. W. cor. Fourth & Chestnut Sis., Phifa.
N. B.—On ihe receipt of sl, a Superior
Qold Pen will be sent to any part of ihe U.
States, by mail; describing pen, thus, medi
um, hard, or solt.
Philadelphia, April 5, 1855. 1-y.
Fresh Arrival!
ANEW lot of cheap muslins and ptints
just received by railroad and lor sale by
ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For safe at the
cheap store ol A. S. EVANS.
To Those Wanting-Cheap ClothingJ
syirn*M~Cn <£* esses?,
HAVE just received and opened their stock of merchandize for Fall and fWinter sales,
•which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assortment now
offered in Having paid great attention to the selection of their entire stock,
as to price and quality, they flatlet themselves that thoy can compete with *he cheapest,
and all those wishing to boy cheap, can save money by giving us a call. We have all
kinds of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large lot of
French merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de bages, poplins, parametta cloths,
mohair lustres, muslin de laities, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c.
WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs,
flouncings, bands snd trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel
vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread ulnves, tnohair mitts, &c.,
All kinds of SHAWLS, brocke, Bay State, Waierville, blaok silk, cashmere, Embroder
ed, &c. Also a very large assortment of clotbs, cassimers, sattinelts, vestir.gs, tweeds;
jeans, beaver cloths, coaling velvet, &c.
We have n largo assortment ol Hats ami Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard
ware, Queenswara, Cedarware, &c. Very cltsap carpets, carpel bags, floor, table and car
riage oil cloths, mats rugs, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, towelings,
drillings. &c., in abundance.
We invite our friends and the public generally to give us a call before purchasing el e
where. We have bought our goods at Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by
anybody, or the rest of mankind.
Bloomsburg, October 28, 1855.
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Fashionable Fall and Winter Clothing J
In the Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. They have on band a lurze and
full assortment of 8
of all sorts and sizes, that the present enlightened age knows any thing about. Of Panta
and Vests they have every color of the rainbow, besides some black, blue, grey striped
and fancy ; Vests of satin, silk, bufl, casimere, marseilles, linen and worsted of all fash
ionable cuts and colore ; Working Pauls and boys clothing. Also fine while, figured and
striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, S'ocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle
man's dress goods ; Hats. Caps, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and
Mm ttasss J&ajmiss
They have Undersleves, Spencers, Collars, Uigalells, Gloves, Mitts, Ladies'a beid-bag
Handkerchiefs, he., fcc. Also Jewelry and Notions, sach as fcltius, Breast pins. Gold and
Silver Pens and Pencils, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Porlmonies, Sneclacles Knives
Razors and a well selected assortment of Accordeons '
V3T Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court house
Bloomsburg, Oct. 4, 1855. * S . DREIFUSS, & Co.
1855 New Fall and Winter Goods ! 1855
TNVITES attention to hie slock of cheap snd fashionale clothing at his storeou Market
x street, two doors above the "American House," where he has a fuli assortment of men
and boy's wearing apparel, including
iFAsainosrAisiLiß ©mass Cs®^ i n i s ?
ffox, 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
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 home manufac
Bloomsburg, Sept. 20th 1855-3 m.
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Steamboat Di*a iters on the Western
I Waters, and Steamboat Directory.
THE undersigned have now I A eouree of
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| which will be isoued in October next, the
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