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JMowWs Ointment and PiUe, are the fin
ed Remedies for Bad Legs. Franois Tom kinaon, of Ottowa, Mich., had the misfortune some six years ago, to break his leg, which waa imperfectly tat by the doctor, the con sequence was (hat it formed iteelf into an an gry wound, and despite of liie various reme dies he tried, he could not get anything to cause It to heal, and it was feared by all who knew him,thai he would be lame all his lile. About four months ago, he commenced ue mg Holloway's Ointment and Pilla, which soon oansed an improved appearance in the leg, be continued them for nine weeka, and the leg is sound, to the astonishment of all who knew him. On Sunday, April 20lh, in the Presbyterian Church, in Millord, Del., bv Rev. Mr. Hood, Dr DAVID SCOTT, formerly of Bloomsburg, and Mtea ELIZA A. SMITH, of the former place. Jn Sngnloaf iwp., on the 19th ult., by Eld. J. Sutton, Mr. PHILIP A HARVEY, and Miss HARRIET A. LUTZ all.ol Columbia county. In Bloomsburg, on' the Ist met, by Rev. Wm. Goodrich, Mr ELIAS BARTOL, and Miss AMANDA THOMAS, all of this plsce. In Berwick, April 8111, by Rev. E. M.Al den, Mr. THOMAS BAI'CHER,and Miss MARGA RET SWAWX AAIGIFTT. In Espytown, on last Monday morning, Mr. ANDREW EDGAR, aged about 20 years. On Friday. April 2Slh, of Typhoid Fever, Miss REBECCA FAUS, of Seneca county, Ohio, formerly of Heinlock township, Columbia county, aged 18 years ami I month. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. * T\jOriCEis hereby given that letter* of ad ministration upon the e.-tate of Engle F'ox, late of Locust township, Columbia conn ty, deceased, have been grained 10 the un dereigned residing also in Locust township. All persons indebted to said estate are re quested to make payment without delay and those having acconnis against the said estate to present ll.em for settlement to BENJAMIN WAGONER, Locust twp., May 6 h, 1856. Adm'r. ~~ "EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. TVOTICE is hereby given that le'lers testa ■l-* mentary upon the e-tate of George W. Ludwig, lute of Scliuj Ikdll county, deceased, have been granted by the Register ol Sehuyl klil county to the undersigned residing in Ashland, Schuylkill county. All persons in debted to the said estate .are requested tp make payment without delay, and those hav ing accounts against the .said decedent to pre sent them for settlement to WILLIAM LEI BY, Executor. Ashland, May 6, 1856—61. moomtsburg Foiiiidrj\ JOSEPH SHAUPLESS, " having taken the entire interest of his late partner in CQSMajgntethe Bloomsburg Foundry, And la prepared to manufacture JILL KINDS OF CASTINGS, | usually made in his line of business. Thankful for the liberal custom heretofore awaided this establishment, he hopes to merit an increase of public patronage. Bloomsborg, May 5, 1856. STUI'ES! STO FES! STOVES! THE undersigned informs his friends and the public in general, that hs has RBBSbiaked the eniire interest in ihe Tinware and Stove Establishment, on Main Street, one door above the Court House, Bloomsburg, where he is prepared to furnish Tinware, Stoves, Stovepipe, and Spouting, and all other business in his line on short notice, and in good order. The New llaub and William I'enn Cook ing Stove, anil vise a large assortment ol Parlor Stoves, constantly on band and for sale at moderate price*. CP" Thankful lor former patronage, he re spectfully solicits a continuance of the same, JOSEPH SHAUPLESS. Bloomsburg, May 6. 1856. AILITMAn LIFE SAVED! DOWAGIAC, Mich., March 11, 1856. J. A. RHODES, Esq.: Dear Sir—As I took your medicine to sell on consignment, ''no cure no pay," I lake pleasure in stating its ef fects as repotted to me by three brothers who live in this place, and their testimony is a fair specimen of all I have received. W.S. CONKLIN told me—' I had taken nine bottles of Christie's Ague Balsam, and continually run down while using it until icy lungs and liver were congested to that degree that blood discharged from m.y mouth and bowels, so that all thought it impossible for me to live through another chill. The doctors 100 did all they could for me, but thought 1 must die. Nothing did me any good until 1 got Rhodes' Fever and Ague Cure, which at once relieved me of the dis tress and nausea at my slnmnch and pain in my head antl bowels, and produced a prima ■tent cure in a short lime." H. M. CONKLIN says— "l hud been tak ing medicine of as good a doctor as we have in our country, snd taken any quHiitity ol quinine and specifies without any gooil result, from 26th August to 17th Uecemher. But seeing how nicely it opetated on my brother, I got a bottle of Rhode's Fever and Ague Cure, which effected a permanent cure by using two thirds of a bottle." S. M. CONKLIN was not here, but both the other brothers say his case was the same as H. M'l I sold Ihe medicine to both the same day, and the cute was as speedy from the same small quantity, and I might so spe cify. Yours with respect, A. HUNTINGTON. The above peaks for itself. Good proof aa it ia, it is of no betfer tenor than the vast number of like certificates 1 have already published, and the still greater amount that ia continually pouring in to me. One thing mote. Last year I had occasion to caution the public in these words: "1 notice one firm who have taken one of my general circulars, substituted the name of their nostrum for n.y medicine, and then with brazen impudence end their pamphlet' with the exclamation, 'Let the Proprietor of any other medicine say a much il be dares,' tus. Sic. Now I take pleasure in saying that the Caution referred to the same "Dr. Christie's Ague Balsam" tbat ia mentioned in the above certificate. There are several other industrious people who are applying to their poisonous trash all that I publish about my Fever and Ague Cure, or Antidote 10 Malaria, except the cer tificates of cures, and the certificate of the celebrated Cbemial, Dr. James R. Chilton, of New York, in favor of its perfectly harm less obaracler, which is attached to every bottle. These will always serve to distin guish my medicine from imitations. JAS. A. RHODKS, Proprietor. Providence, R. I. For sale by Dr. J. P. Tagged, J. R. Mover and Druggists generally. Church Ceremonies. ON SuDday, the Ist ot June next, the cor ner stone will be laid lor a new Evan gelical Lutheran Church near the house of Samuel Lazarus, in Cooper township, Mon tour county, to be esiled ST. PETER'S CHURCH. The Rev. Mr. Staley and other ministers from a distance will officiate bn the occasion.— Ceremonies will commence at 9 o'clock A. M. Refreshments and accommodations for stranger* will be furnished. JACOB LEI BY, GEORGE YOST, Building JOHN ROUGH, Committee. HENRY WERTMAN. TREASURER'S SALE OF UNSEATED LANDS. A GRKEABLY to the provision* ol an Act **• of Assembly, entitled an aol directing the mode of selling Unseated Land* tor tax es, and for other purposes, passed the 13th day of March, 181 S. and the further supple meats thereto, passed the 13th day of March, 1817; 25th day ol March, 1821; and 9th iiay of March, 1847, the Treasurer of the County of Columbia, hereby gives notice to all person* concerned therein, that unless the county, Road, School, and State taxes due on the following tracts ol Unseated Lands, situate in Columbia county, are paid before the day ol sale, the whole or sn'clt parts of each tract as will pay the taxes and costs chargeable thereon, w ill be sold at the Court House, in Bloomsburg, -county of Colombia, on the second Monday of fune next, 1856. and be continued by adjnuriiineni, from day to day, for arrearages ol taxes due Said coun ty, and the cost accrued ort each tract reepec lively. BENTON. Acres Dol.'cts. Beach N. G. B. 431 9 54 •' . 401 979 McHenry's Heirs 25 2 21 Keeler Ebenezer 11 86 Stiles Coleman 17 130 Vanderslice Rebecca 375 42 50 Young Abrahnm 80 10 20 BEAVER. Croll Adam 80 2 40 DeFrain Philip 10 60 Fisher Jonntltan 30 135 Frick Benjamin 100 3 00 Gruff John 200 3 00 Lnitgenberger George, Sr. 200 300 Sluiinan 4" Frick 400 3 00 Scltwrppnheiser Jacob 200 1 50 Sarah Cafran A. - 400 3 00 Trnmble ftoswell 71 1 65 Billiard John (Eat,) 31 I 47 Davis Isaac 400 3 00 Davis Isaac R. 400 3 00 Thomas Agael 110 81 Reese Daniel 300 4 50 M'Culls John 400 6 00 Billiard John's Est. 31 I 35 Deel Robert * 1 00 BRIERCREEK. Bower Solomon Jr, 10| 80 Culbfns Chatles 575 4 30 Clemin W. J. D. 28 1 10 Freas Andrew 150 74 Gensil Joseph 6 32 Kisner John 13 1 04 Schuyler 4" Henry 575 5 74 Stackhouse Joseph 133 2 00 | Seybert Nicholas, Sen. 200200 Yost John 40 -40 Kelchner John ] 14 Merkle Conrad 20 20 Pearce A.'B. 7 14 Evans James 38 3 80 Fowler Gilbert 80 80 Headley S. F. 533 5 32 Peerce A. B. 35 | 34 CATTAYVISSA. Helwtg Solomon 16 3 69 Thomas Able 5 118 Yamz S. B M. 10 1 18 CENTRE. Freas 4" Hoffman ilOOl 1 |SO ! Hoffman William I 221 | |64 ! FISHINGCREEK ! Freas Andrew 200 | 4|lo I.azarus'Est.^-J. Ac.henbach 96 2|69 | Mcllenry Edward 180 17 64 Kitchen John 14*0 2j05 Buckalew William 65 1125 Ikeler William 30 1 84 FRANKLIN. Yeiter Daniel . 31 i l|soi Reynolds Elijah Si Co. | | i 3|20 ! GREENWOOD. Morris George W. 50 1 *6O John Covanhovan 24 2 40 Davis William 30 192 j Wunick Jacob 20; 80 HEMLOCK j Montgomery Robert I 40i I 2|oo Childs John I 10| | >SO JACKSON. Dills George 30 | 180 tiorden James 75 3 00 Hess George • 15 I 00 Kline Elias 7 4 49 McHenry Mntthew 137 8 20] Ylc<?alls' (Heirs) 22 601 John . Parker 4" Co. 30 120 | Kile John 73 2 111 Parker Lott 100 349 j Wells Daniel 10 80; Wagner Philip 106 321 [ Wagner Michael 50 1 49 Colder David 75 I 56 Kile Wesley & Co. 25 71 1 Parker, Thompson 4" Co. 80 120 \ Yorks William 160 6 00 ; LOCUST. Brown John Jr. 343 20 26 Baaley Johnston 847 29 60 ! Beckman George 382 3!49> Hruneon Peter 843 29 26 ! Barnes Thomas 124 10 46: Cope Thomas P. 406 33 58 Hetzleman Robert 357 30 41 Hetzleman Thomas 360 82 74 Kennedy Andrew 383 32 69 Lynch Edward 127 1101 Nonis Isaafc 369 3154 Shamon William 384 32 62 Wicketsham Amos 409 34 46 Hnwer George 18 3 41 Hughes John 369 4186 Billington Thomas 205 15 57 Bt-.ldle MarkJ, 195 1102 Lemon William 134 4 57 Kennedy Andrew 2 49J 13 95 Lynch Edward 180 13 69 Miller Martha 190 14 48 Young John 406 16 37 Young John 409 3103 Sayers William 30 2 83 Yoeum P. Si others 71 10 64 MAINE. Criveling Thomas 7 298 Hagteobuch Samuel 7 4 96 Miller Philip 112 1150 Paxton Si Boyd 400 11 50 Racob Christian 126 1 70 Shuman Jacob 414 10 77 Miller Henry Sen, 5 82 Webb Joshua 2d 24 | 128 MONTOUR. Ritler's (Eat ) 1 101 I 170 MIFFLIN. Longenberger Simon 9 14 Schweppenhiaer Jacob 891 370 Yobe Peter 110 2 20 Johnson Si Latimer 300 3 00 MOUNTPLEASANT, Oman John I 61 34 Shug Peter 28 1 66 He well William I 111 64 I MADISON. • ) Chemberlin William 50 1 79 Masters George 50 2 70 Runyan Ezra 50 I U0 Robbins Joseph 16 74 Hunter Robert 100 1 00 Leebo Henry 62 50 Lvon Robert, 70 70 Sheilch Joseph 200 2 00 Swisher Jacob 125 1 86 Ellis William 160 1 60 Falle James <S" John i 82 80 Heller John I Bit I 50 Welliver John j22 110 Welliver William (F.st) 80 3 20 ORANGE. Matthew M'D< well |4oo| j 1116 ROARINGCREEK. Hoffman Henry Sen t .501 I 2|75 Shuman <s• Cotnlv |sloo| |lo|so SUGARLOAFi Buckalew James 400 10 80 Everhart Dttniel 430 0 81 Hall Samuel 128 5 49 Montgomery Robert 33 5 24 •• 113 2 48 • 80 1 92 Yorka Joseph 127 4 Btt Asylum Company 6(1 3 94 Cole Wil'iam 40 3 00 Gray Robert Co 4 4(1 Hess Peter 63 1 48 ! McMnllin James 12 I 04 I Roberts Sarah Jane 23 2 17 PINE. j Harriet Hoffman 120 .7 02 Appleman Pltineae 400 4196 j Doeblrr Charles H. 150 17 50 1 Gulbraith Isaiah 104 12 40 [ Thomas <fc Evea 100 II 70 i Benfield Thomas 400 45 60 <ll ilmnn tjr Barlow 400 15 60 Levy Aaron 200 23140 JACOB HARRIS, TREASURER'S OFFICE, 1 Treasurer. Blcnmnborg, Atird 1, 1856 ( TREASVKIvR'S *AI.E OF REAL ESTATE. AGREEABLY to the provi.ions of the act nf Assembly, entitled An Act to reduce the Statu debt, &e., passed the 29th day of April, 1844, the Treasurer of the County of Colum ! bia hereby gives notice to all persons con cerned therein, that unless the County, Road, School, Poor and State Tax, &2., due on the , fallowing Real Estate si'uate in the county i of Columbia are paid before the day of sale, ' the whole or such parts of each as will pay ! the charges and costs chargeable thereon. I will be sold at the Court House, in Blooms | 'uirg, county ol Columbia, on the SECOND [ MONDAY in JUNE next, and be continued ! by adjournment from day to day, for arrear - ages of taxes due said county, and the costs accrued on each repectlu'.ly: SEATED LAND. Benton. 1852. DOL. ets. John Bi.hline, 2 33 Daniel Ephline, 1 92 James Hess, 1 92 Peter Masters, 1 10 Jarob McColium, 3 41 Daniel Robbins, 4 81 Jeremiah Stiles, 1 10 Pete, Sdultz, * 82 Simon Tubbs, 24 Erie Tubbs, 24 1853. John Boston, 1 20 James Hess, ] 90 Thomas Hess, 39 Peter Masters, 50 Elias Peter, 2 10 George Dodson, - 2 32 1854. Adam Bellas, 50 Frederick Bowman, 25 John Boston, 1 20 James Hess, 1 90 George K. Hess, - 1 00 I-eotiard Klme, 56 James F. Kile, 25 Jultn Kootis, 1 83 Peter Masters, 1 00 Elias Pealer, 2 10 Daniel Robbins, 4 32 Josiap Stiles, 1 98 Simon Tubbs, 22 Eri Tubbs, 22 Beaver. C. F. Mann, 14 40 Mary Kemley, 1 90 C. A. Surah, " 15 48 Peter Yohe, • 2 40 1853. Jonathan Fisher, . 60 Samuel Harpater, 54 1854. Jonathan Fiahor, 60 Briercreek. 1852. William Aah, 82 Mary Brown, 55 Oliver P.uck, 82 'James D. Cook, * 1 70 John Fenslermßcher, 1 92 Frtck it M. W.Jackson, 24 Samuel Gensll, 3 76 Jacob Hus-ler, 34 Daniel K. Kestler 1 65 W. B. Harlman, 3 37 S. F. Hundley, 1 37 Isaac Kindt, 7 08 David Ktsner, 1 50 John Lnckard St Co. 1 51 Cunrad Markle. 85 Sumuel Steel, 65 John Suit, 2 09 Jacob Shaffer, 27 George Smith, 1 62 William Smith, 1 01 William Shuman, 2 20 Hugh Thompson, 31 . " 1 37 Stephen Thompson, 87 Daniel Slambacb, 55 1853. Ash William, 75 Charles Calbfus, 50 Bloom. 1853. Edmund Crawford, 37 Albert Somers, 30 Centre. 1853. Jesse W. Merrill, 86 Fishingcreek. 1850 Jesse Harlman, 60 Edward McHeory, 2 32 1852. Alexander Cramer, 2 35 Greenwood. 1850. Daniel W. Robbins, 2 14 Joseph Robbins, Jr., 1 74 Henry Yeager, 87 1852. Win. Cook, 94 Doiv's heirs, 27 Samuel MeCarty, 101 William Park's est., 55 David Utt, 60 Ephraim Walls, 1 03 Abraham You'ts estate, 82 1853. Henry Beit, 1 42 Aaron Clayton, 1 00 Doty's estate, 60 Abraham Kline, .1 9 00 James LemOion, ' 1 1 65 William Parks, 12. Tbomas & Even, 1 25 Ephraim Watts, 1 25 Hemlock. 1850. Jnhn K. Mouser, 2 54 1852. Peter Follmer, 1 J3 Muse* Gibhs, 60 Sidney S Slater, 2 47 1853. John Bittenbenaer, I*3o Moses Gibh*. - 1 00 Jakewish's (Est.,) 26 Sidney S. Slater, 1 37 1850. William Montgomery, 5 60 Francis T. Se*ly, 1 40 J*ck—n. 1860. Robert Lnckard, 3 30 Moses McHenry, 2 30 Daniel Bobbins, 2 02 1848. Rnberl Lnckard, 2 68 Hugh Shnltz, 1 70 Eltshii Bobbins, 1 09 John Ka*lar, 2 78 Montour. 1855. Bellas, (E. H. Baldy, Agent,) 525 Madison. 1854. James Hall, 4 81 Henry Kitchen, Sen., 2 03 Robert Stout, 67 Mifflin. 1850. John & Abraham Angle, 14 Peter Chailes, 60 Mifflin's heirg, 7 20 Jnhn Paulus' heirs 24 Nathan Snyder, 5 14 Henry Savils, 63 Anthony Snyder, 1 95 Hetuy Ziipnmger, 68 1853. McClure'c estate, "■ ■ 12 Adam Kline, 2 00 1854. MuClure'a estate, 12 Joseph Schlusser, 42 j Orange. 1850. Elijah Everett, 3 24 1849. John T. Evans, 90 David Helderbrand, 48 l'hebe Whitmire, 1 44 Fine. 1853. Andrew Bear, 2 22 Adam Bnbb, 1 20 James Berry, 7 12 Jackson Casper, 80 Daniel Shultz, 6 75 John Sweeney, 1 64 E. Taylor, 1 87 A. Vallerehamp, • 2 69 Philip Wintersteen, 2 00 1854. James Berry, 2 10 A. Vallerehamp, r 100 Philip Wintersteen, 6 00 Lewis Schuyler, 2 00 James Berry, 3 20 Sugarloaf. 1852. Thomas Filch, 2 71 Levi Hess, 2 58 Joseph O. Hess, 2 31 Elisha Hess, 2tl 2 06 Nathan Harrison, 1 90 Pniiander Herrington, 67 Andrew Hess, . 2 55 Joseph C. Hess, 2 13 George R. Hess, * 18 Jacob Hertirigion, 1 35 .lame* Seward, 2 10 Elisha Hess, 2d 45 Scott. 1854. Jacob Abbot, 27 Jonathan Brobst, 50 Edmund Crawford, 38 Joseph Geiger, 1 30 Benjamin Jones, 77 William Long, I 12 William Danson, 67 Philip Dietterich, 85 JACOB HARRIS, THEASUIIKB'S OFFICE, ) heawer. Bloomsburg, April 1,1856. J APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSE. NOTICE is hereby given that ihe lo'low itig Applications for Tavern and Eating house Licenses, for Distillers, and for the sale of liquor, in quantities not less than one gal lon, have been filed, with the Clerk ol the Court of Quarter Sessions, of the Peace in and for Ihe County n| Columbia, and iliat the same will he presented tn the Court of Quar ter Sessions, at ihe next May Term on such u day as the said Court shall designate. Peter Billmyer, Bloomsburg, Inn or Tavern. John Leycock, do do do. Oliver A. Jacobv, Bloom twp., Inn or Tavern. Jesse G. Clark, Bloomsburg, Eating House. Thomas C. Ele, ) , . Chas.E.Hoffman j do Eating House. Hendershoi & Jaouby, " do do Fiedeiick Nicefy, Berwick, Inn or Tavern. William A Kline, Rnhrabuig, do - do Isaiah Shuman, Maine twp. do do Peter P. Kline, Orangeville, do do Christian Shuman, Beaver, do do Samuel Haruian, l eqA, do do Nathan Seely, do do Daniel L. Everhart, Light Street, do do Peter Schuck, do do do do Jacob Good, Oiarige twp. do do Isaac Ye'ter, Maine twp. do do John Linden, Foundry ville, do do John G. Freeze, Bloomsburg, do . do SaitiV Koteribader, Callawissa, do do David Reiubold, Numidia, do do F. R. Wolfarih, Conyngham, do do Hiram Smelhers, Berwick, Eating House. W. Biiienbender. Montour tp. do do Isaac Rhodes, Locust twp., Inn or Tavern John L. Hurst, " " do do John Snyder, Orangeville, do do Jacob Dyer, Cattawissa, do do Wesley Shannon, Espytown, Eating House. John Enggoid, Canawissa, do do Keifer A. Smith, Jerseytown, Inn or Tavern. Enoch Howell, Espytown, do do Daniel McHenry,Fishlugcreek, <lo do Geo. L. Shoemaker, Buckhorn, do do Wm. Hutchison, Mnontpleaeam, do do Sam'l Women, Conyngham twp. do do Jnhn J Stiles, Benton, do do Isaiah Cole, Benion twp., do do John Keller, Mifflinville, do do Mrs. C. Leacock, Bloomsburg, Eating House. William Yoder, Callawissa, do do Juhn F. Laubach, Benton twp., Distillery. John Sliarpless; Callawissa, Liquor. Sbarplesa & Kreigh, " dn JACOB EYERLY, Bloomsburg. April 16,. 1856. Clerk. LAGHKNMAIER/--y H i Manufacturer of Wrought it Cast Iron Bed- STEADS, RAILING.SETTEF-S.TRF.K BOX es, Stands, Verandas, &c.. Cemetery Lot* En closed with either cast or Wrought Iron Rail ing, No. 335 Meaner. STREET. (2 door* below Ninth,) PHILADELPHIA. March 27, 1856. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. IVOTICE is hereby given tbnt letters of ad * ministration upon the estate of Isaac R. Davis, late of Beaver township, Colombia rnuuly, deceased, have-been granted to Ihe undersigned residing in Franklin township in said couniy. All persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment with oat delay, atid'those having accounts against Ihe estate to present iberr. tor settlement to B. P. FORTNER, Franklin twp., Maroh 29, '56. Adm'r. To Those Wanting Cheap Clothing. SXtcBaCHSBOo cG GSCOo HAVE just received and opened their slock of merchandize for fall and Winter tales, which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assorlmet.l now offered in this.TOWNl 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 1o buy cheap, can eave money by giving na a oell. We have all kinds of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large lot of LADIKS DRESS CiOODS, French merinofes, wool plants, alpacas, bombazines, tie bages, poplint, parametta cloths, mohair lustres, muslin de lames, Persian cloths. Ginghams, Calicoes, Ike. WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs, flouncing., bands and trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread gloves, mohair mitts, &c., All kinds of SHAWLS, brocke, Bay State, Waterville, black silk, cashmere, Embroder ed, &c. Also a very large assortment of clotbß, cassimers, sattinetts, Testings, tweeds; jeans. DPaver cloth*, coaling velvet, &c. BOOTS AND SHOES, OF ALL KINDS If SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN If CHILDREN We have a large assorlmeu: ol Hats and Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard ware, Queenaware, Cedurware, &c. Very cheap carpets, carpet 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 In give us a call before purchasing else where. We have bought ourgoods at Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by anybody or the rest of mankind. Bloomsburg, October 28, 1855. SSfLrnutpao. ODafKEs&fPoasEisa <£S . HAVE RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF Fashionable Spring &, Summer Clothing! In (he Exchange Block next to Swartz's Book Store. They have on hand alurge and full assortment of ■ " FROCK, DRESS, BOX, SACK, GUM AND OIL CLOTH COATS, of all sort* and sizes, that the present enlightened age knows any thing about. Of Panls and Vests they have every color ol 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 colors ; Working Pant* and boya clothing. Also fine while, figured and striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle man's dress goods ; Hats Caps. Trunks. Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and &'■£>& SgiESUS SAlfitflSS They have Undersleves, Spencers, Collars, Rigaletf, Gloves, Mitts, Ladies'a bead-bag I Handkerchiefs, &c., &c. Also Jewelry and Notions, each as Rings, Breast pins, Gold and ' Silver Pens and Pencils, Medallions, Vest and Fob chains, Porlmonies, Spectacles, Knives Razors and a well selected assortment of Accordeous I*" Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" apposite the Court house. Bloomsburg, April 3, 1856. S. DREIFUSS, & Co. New arrival of Spring & Summer Goods ! DA-VIE LCWENBERG FNVITES attention to bis slock of cheap and fashionale vlothing at his store on Market street, two doors above the -'American House," where he has a full assortment of men j and boy's wearing apparel, including 1FAti212(3)5?A2808 OOAVS? gox, sack, frock, gum and oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, panlsof nil colors, shawls 1 stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, cellars, 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, April 1. 1856. ITRUT ARRIVAL! OF SPRING AND SIMM hit GOODS! AC. MENCH respectfully informs his * friends, customers, and ihe public gen erally that he ha* just received from Phila delphia the first goods of the season, consist ing of a large assortment of choice and de sirable For the spring and summer trade comprising, for men's wear: Supericr Black, and Colored Frencli Cloths, Black French Doeskins and Cassimere. Black Saiin and Fancv Silk Vesting*. Blue, Black, Brown and Green Cashmereltes. LADIES' WEAR. Elegant Black Silks, all qualities. Barege De Laities and Clialii Bareges. Piain, Pnik Blue and Green De Laities. Bombazine Finish Black Alpacas. French, Scotch and Demesne Ginghams. Worked Cm'.'ars and Linen Handkerchiefs. Hosiery of all kinds anil qualities. Calicoes of all paile.-ns and descriptions. FURNISHING GOODS. Linen and Cotton Sheeting. Bleached and Unbleached MuslinS. Linen Damasks and Table Covers. Besides a large assortment ol Boots and Shoes, Sugar, Coffee, Teas, and all kinds ol Groceries, Hardware, &c., which will be sold remarkably cheap. Call at the old stand, corner of Main and Market streets. T3T FLOUR & FEED always on hand, and Inr sale at the lowest market price, for CASH. A. C. MENSCH. Blnomsbnrg, April 2. 1856. i The Prince or the House of David: Three yrars in the Holy City in the • days of Pontius Pilate. |"1 KING a translation Irom die Alexandrian MSS. in ihe Bibliatheque of Chair, in Egypt, of the letters of ADINA, a Jewish Maiden of Alexandria, sojourning in Jerusa lem in the days of Herod, addressed to her father, a wealthy Jew in Egypt, relating as an eve-witnens all ihe scenes srtd wouderlul incidents in the life of Jesus of Nazareth, from his baptism in Jordan to his Crucifix ion on Calvary. Edited by Rev. Prof. J. H. INGHAM, Rector of Si. Juhn'* Church, Mo bile. One volume 400 pages, 12 mo.,cloth, gilt, beautifully illustrated: Price 61 25. As the demand for this book will be very large, booksellers wno wish a supply of the firm edition, should send along their otder* immediately. BP" Ageois wanted in all parts of the Uni ted Stales, to sell the above work, to whom liberal inducement* will be given. HUDNEY & RUSSELL, Publishers. All orders should be addressed to H DAYTON, General Agent, 79 John Street, New York. * # *K(.ilors ol papers giving the above,with thi* notice, two insertions, will receive t copy of the work hv mail, post paid. DENSLOW 8c CO~ Commission Merchants, And Wholesale Dealers in nillcmils uf Foreign and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, "Vf AN'UFACTURED Tobacco, anil Foreign ill and Domestic Segars, 21 Sooth Front Street, Philadelphia. Importers of fine Ha vanna Segars of the choicest growths of the Vuelta-Abajo. A Is'ge assortment of which ore kept con stantly on hand, and for sale at s small advance on coat uf importation. consignment, respectfully solicited, on which liberal advances will be made when desired. N. B. Special attention given to orders for purchase un commission, of Tobacco, as ol so every description of Mercl andise, for ac count of parlies living si a distance from this market. Bole Agent for F. A. Goe'ze's Celebrated German Smoking Tobacco, comprising thirty different varieties. Philadelphia. April 7, 1856. lyr. * ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admmielruiioii with the will annexed upon e estate ol John Bitner, laje of Lneu*t twp. Columbia county deceaeed.'have been grant ed to the undersigned residing also in LOCUHI township. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment without delay, and those who have claims against the decedent to pteaent them fur settlement to MARY BITNER, PETER BITNER, A dm're. with the will annexed. Locust township. April 8. 1856.-6. DRAW EK GOODS, Spotted Swiss. ,Bog Jaconelt Mull, Cambrio, Swiss Muslin Bishop Lawns, sale Bard Mualin just receiv ad at the Store of A.C. MENSCH A MARVELLOUS REMEDY t FOR A M A.R VEI.LOIJii.AGE; H OL LOW AY'S OINTMENT THEGUAND EXTERNAL REMEDY! |>Y the aid ol a microscope, we see million ■"* of liitle openings on the surface of our bodies Through these this Ointment, when rubbed oil the skin, is carried to any organ or inward part. Diseases of the Kidneys, dis orders of the Liver, affections of the heart inflammation on the Lungs, Asthmas, coughs .and colds, are by its means effectually cured Every housewife knows that salt passes free ly through bone or meat ol any thickness This healing Oiniment far more readily pen etrates through any bone or fleshy part of ihe living body, curing ihe most dangerous inward complaints, that cannot be'reached by other means. Erysipelas, Salt Rheum and Scorbutic Humors. No remedy has ever done so much for the cure ol disease of the Skin, whatever form ! they may assume, as this Oiniment. No case j of Sail Rheum, Scurvy, sore heads. Scrofula I or Erysipelas, can long witharand its influ ences. The iuvenlor has traveled over many pans ol the globe, visiting the principle hos pilals, dispensing this Ointment, giving ad vice as to its application, and has thus*been the means of restoring couctless numbers of health. Sort Legs, Sore Hreasts, Wounds and Ulcers. Some of the most scientific surgeons now rely solely oil Ihe use of this wouderlul Oiniment. when having io cope with the worst cases of sore*, wounds, ulcers, glandu lar swellings and tumors Prof. Hollow-ay has by command of the Allied Governments,dis patched to the hospitals ol Ihe East, large i shipments of this Ointment, to he used under the direction of Ihe Medical Stall, in the worst cases of wounds. It will cureany-ulcer, glandular swelling, Btiffiioiß 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 nem-be well rubbed in over the pans affect ed, and by otherwise following the printed directions around each part. I Both the Oiniment and Pills should be used in the following cases: Bunions, Lumbago, Bums, . Mercurial Erup- . Chapped Hands, lions, Chilblains, Piles, Fistulas, Rheumatism, Gout, Salt Rheum, Skin Diseases, Sore Legs, Sore Breast*, Swelled Glands, 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. Hollo way, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and 244 Strand, London, and by all respectable Drug gists and Dealers of Medicines throughout the United Stales, and the civilized world, in There is a considerable saving by taking Ihe larger sizes. N. B. Direclions for the guidance of pa tienis in every disorder aro affixed to each Pot. July 19, 1855. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN STRAW GOODS, Eos. 77 4* 79 North second Street, PHILADELPHIA,. Would call your attention to his most desira ble stock of Imported French Laces, Dun stables and fine Split Straws, together with a beuuliful assortment of Leghorn. Rutland, and Diamond Satin BON- /a. BIfNETS; Ladies' Riding HATS,fcSF * v Mtrse*' Leghorn and other Hal*,-S&- Boy*' and Children's Hals, &c.. &o. All of which will be sold at a SMALL PROFIT von CASH. H WARD. Philadelphia, March 24, 1856.-2 m. FANCY GOODS, of every description end variety, new styles,and fresh from New York and Philadelphia, for sale at the cheap siore M'KELVY, NEAL & CO A FARM WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERT ORE* Tl>7 NNN ACRES OF OOOD FARM 4 ( |UUU AND COAL LAND in Elk County, benxingtr 'l'twiubip. Pennsylvania v Tor sale, giving a Fatmtf 25 acres for S2OO, payable in insta I men la of $1 per Week, or at I, the aame monthly. 11 Farina of 50 75, 100, or more acres adjoin ing in proportion. Eaeh_ Farm fronts upon a road thirty fret in width- The Soil la a rich limestone loam, and ee ' pecial/y n Jap led torultivation. aa It is neither hilly nor atony, hut gently rolling or fine labia " land. Around and through ihia property there are already some 20,000 acres under cultivation, and its fertility baa been established front the " crops protuced. Upon this subject it is easy ; to be fully satisfied. There is a rrady cash market for p-oduce which is much hatter than trade. It is the CHEAPEST, as land of a . similar quality is selling at much higher prices adjoining, and especially such aa contains coal. , J'Hl', COAL —This in particular is the Coal District, several veins underlaying the whole property, and the attention of miners, and . those acquainted with coal lands, is specially called to it. It has the advantage of being the neatest tn the great lake market, with which I it will be connected by the Sunbury and Erie Itailrßad now under contract and in course nf completion from Erie tn Kidgeway, with 'e | scending grade the whole way. The soil over hituminoos cool is the beat, lor instance Eng land and other rountijes. 'I he prico per acre is trifling for the coal alone, as it will certain ly, in ao favorable a location within a short time pay latgely. This is important aa an immense coel trade will soon open. Four coal companies have already been started to work mil es in the vicinity, and there ate now fifteen openings around St. Mary's. THIS TIMBER, Stockholders also recoivej. ; There ia no reservation whatever either of | timber or coal. It is very valuable, and will , p<}.for a great pott of the land. On account | of the exrulle ice Of streams there are ft to op i portunities for fills. j FOR HEALTH, the location ia much re , commended by rhysiciaor. The chills and feveta are unknown, also pulmonary complaints, being protected ftom the north east winds by the Alieghanies. The water ie pure andamnnget the be,t, the lnd abounding oj fine springs. FOUR RAILROADS will shortly bo com* plcted connecting it by a direct communication with New York, Philadelphia, Pittsbutg, Erie, buffalo, and all the cities on the Iskee. They | arc the ,-unburv and Erie, the Alleghany i Valley, the Pittsbutg and Buffalo, and the | Venango. Energetic exertions ate also being j made for the building of the Tyrone and Clear field, which also passes through Ibis property, The effect of ibis upon trade, end general de. velopment, .a well aa the coal, may be imagined. The snd flourishing town of St. Mary'a ia in the centre of the tract, numbering near 3,000 inhabitants- It lisa hotols, good public ecbools, saw and griet mills, stores, well stocked and every thing desired. There are 235 half acre lota in the town of 81. Mary's which .will be .-old and the proceeds equally divided amongst j thoro who buy faims. Ridgeway the county j seat, where an extensive business ia done ad. joins the trait on the west. The whole distiict I is intersected by good turnpike, and other roads. This is a rare opportunity offered to thoee j who wish to faim or have a good investment for the future. By making ptoper inquiries, ami considering the advantages of good soil, an abundance of coal, health fulness of cli tnate, Railroad facilities, and its location, • correct judgment may be formed of its pre sent aovamages and ultimate ittctease. By writing to the office dreciions will be given to tho-e who wish to visit the land A system of excursion* will shortly bu adopt ed. j There is an excellent opening for various i branches of mechanical business, especially tanners, wheelwrights, axe handle makers, shoHiuukers, carpenters and others. J I'arms can be bought by enclosing the first instalment. Ladies can hold shares in their own right. Title unquestionably good, and warrantee deeds given. Address or apply to Samuel VV, Caltell, Sec'y, 135 VValnui street ■ between Fourth and Filth Sis., Philadelphia REFERENCES. Henry M. Walls, Esq., Walnut St., Philad'e. John <J. Cresson, Esq., President oi Philadel phia Gas Company, 7th Si. above Chest nut, Philadelphia. . Geo. Wiegand, Esq., Inspector of Coal, City | Gas Office, 7lh St. above Chestnut, Pbila | delpltia, has been over the land and exam-. | ined the coal. Hon. Geo. R. Barrett, Clearfield, Pennsylva nia, has been over toe land. Henry Schmitl, Esq., United Slates Mint, Residence, No. 652 North Fifth St., Phil adelphia, examined the land. Wra. F. Boone, Esq., south side of Walnut Street below Fourth, Philadelphia, exam ined the land. Hon. Alexander L. Hayes, Lancaster. Geo. Welmsley, Esq., St. Mary's, Elk Co., a recent settler. Richard Gardner, Esq , 636 Poplar St., Phil ndelpltia, lias examined the land. J. L. Barrett, Esq., Proprietor of the Mt. Ver non House, Second street above Arch, Philadelphia, has examined the land. I E. C. Scliuliz, Esq., Justice of the Peace, St. Mary's, Elk eou iijr. Charles Luhr, Esq., President of the Borough ol St. Mary's. J. S Weis, Esq . Postmaster, St. Mary's. George Taylor, Esq., Deputy Postmaster, St. Mary's. Mr. Wm. Lyons, St. Mary's. Mr. John miller, Coal Miner, St. Mary's. Mr. John Corbe, " " " E. H. Stone, Esq., Wellsville, Ohio, Coal op- erator. L. Wilmarth, Esq, Pittsburg Pennsylvania. Borough Council of St. Mary's to the Public. This is to ceriily that, having been.over the tract owned by the Ridgewsy Farm and Coal Company and given it a thorough ex amination, we find the representations ol thai Company to be correct. We find the soil to be the most fertile—the coal and iron ore to lie in inexhaustible quantities, through the whole district—the Farms in excellent order, and the intelligence and prosperity of the people to be of the molt gratifying charac ter. We know that there is no healthier lo cation in the State, and we consider it a most desirable place ol settlement. We make this declaration, as we believe Ihere may be many persons who are unac quainted with ihese lands, and we are satis lied, from our knowledge of the subject, tht information upon it will be a public benefit. Jacob F. Shafer Elk Co. Surveyor, St. Mary's. Charles Luhr, President of the Borough of St. Mary's. John Beetclt, Member of (he Borough Coun cil, S' Mary's. Chuiies Brooks, Member of the Boro. Coun cil, St. Mary's. H. J. Wriggle, Member of the Boro. Council, St. Mary's. Fant Jahab, Member of the Boro. CounoiLSt. Mary's. This is to certify that the above five gen tlemen are at present the Ac'inf, Members of tne Town Council of St. Mary's, Elk 00., and that the above is their baud and signa ture. In testimony whereof I have snbsoribed my name, and caused the seal of office to be attached thereto; and I fully concur in the above recommendation. [seal] EDWARD BABEL, Chief Burger of St. Mary's, Elk Co., Pa. See the Land— Start from Philadelphia or other places on Tuesday night, at 11 o'clock, for Tyioue, from which a stage will leave ev ery YVednesdny morning lor St Marys, Elk Co. All are requested togo. It is suggested that parties who oomiot go will olub together and send 'a Committee. It is a beautiful and interesting trip. After the first of June tha price of Farms will be greatly raised.