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TO THOSE WHO WART FARMS.
A Ihrm within the teach of every Man. rpHE RIDGWAY FARM COMPANY bw tme mad arrangement* by which *ll who desire to settle or purchase a bona can do so. The Perm* consist of the best limestone toil of (lie most superior quality for f aiming, in a rapidly Wl|*iti piece, into w hjch en extensive emigration is now pouring. 'i'he Vrorerty i*located in Elk County, Pinhtyl venia, ht'ttfv midst of a thriving population of sera* 10,000. The clinwio la perfectly heelthv.end the tenible plague of the west price to buy it oot i* from $3 to SBO per acre, payable by installments, to ba loesleJ t the time of purrhssiog.or a share of twon tjr-fie actes entitling to locs re the same for S3OO. payable $9 per month or 12 j seres payable 84 per month. Discount for every sum o r 8100 end undet, paid in advance, ami for ovoi SIOO a (lis .oant of- 10 per cent. In considering the advantages of emigrating to this locality ihe following are presented : KIMT— The sell is a rich limestone,capsule of raising the heaviest crops, owing to ehi.lt •hie settlement baa obtained ile present greet prosperity. hi conn—lt ie the centre of ,he greet North West Coal Hasir, and is destined soon to be come one of the greatest business i bices in the Stale. It will supply great I.ake mar kel, (sccnidir g to the population anil travel ihe greatest in the Union.) It has five work, able veins of the best Bituminous coal, amount ing in the aggregate to over 88 feat, which makes 82 OtH) tons of coal under each acre. This will make the land of inestimable value. 't he eminent geologist l) r . Chg*. T. Jackson of Boston,haa made a geological survey of the land, and analysed tbe coal, the iron ore and limestone. This report together with maps will lie furnished to inquirers. FOUETU— Three Railroads ere laid out thro' this property. The Nunborv and Bite Railroad gives us a market for our coal to the takes—it runs from Erie to Philadelphia. A targe part of the Road has been finished, end is now in running order. A heavy force is now working from trio towards our .lsnJ in the western di rection, the mesne for the completiou of whioh has been rat-el, it wilt soon be Auished. The Allegheny Valley Railrojd connects us with New York, Boston and Pittsburg. The Ve. uango Road connects us with the West. T here are slready good Turnpike Roads running Ibrcugh this properly, various other rnada have been opened ,10 accommodate the cmrgratiou and settlement which bus alieady taken place. There is no opportunity equal to it now of fered to the man who wants to provide himself a home in an easy way,end makes settlement where he can live in prosperity and intlepemb cure in a climate Perfectly Healthy. No cose of fever ever having been known to occur in this settlement. It is not like going <o the backwoods of Ihe West, tmong perhaps intolerant people, wbete there is no society, churches, or schools, where the price of laud is high, and where the emigrant, after being used j to ihe healthiest climate in tho world, has to er dure sickness and pain, and perhaps ruins his heslib and that of his fomily. Bui here is a thriving settlement having ihtee towns, con taining churches, sohools, hotels, stores saw. mllis, grist mills, and everything desired. There is a ce-h market at hand. The lumber trade last year oancunlfil toovor 'wo hundred million feet of lunhcr. In a short lime, owing to the coat, it will l<ec<roe alill mote valuable ns a number of iron woika and manufactories will soon be started; they ara at present starting them extensively at Warren. Even for those who do not wi-h to go there, the payments are such that they cart easily buy a farm to save their rising families from want in Ihe future, or to "sin a competence by the rise which will lake place in the value of lands. Hy alt outlay scarcely missed, a substantial Terrors should make early ply or write to E. Jeffries, Secretary, No. 185 Walnut Street, below Fifth, Philadelphia.— Letters carefully answered giving full infor mation. Shares or tract* of land can be bought or secured by letter enclosing the first install ment of five dollars, when the subscriber will be furnished with books, maps, &c. War rat-.tee Deeds given. Persons can also pur chase from our Agents. Route from Philadelphia lo Tyrone on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad, and thence by stage to the land. This is a delightful season to vigil St. Mary's—the best hotel ac commodation is eflorded. Enquire for E. C. Shultit, Esq, the Agent for the property at St. Mary's. HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT AT lIUFERT STATION. C. W. Bo W. SHANNON famish boarding and lodging lo all *v persons at the Brick house near the RAILROAD STATION AT RUPERT.-* Passengers hy Railroad or Packet-boat, trav elers and all others esn be accommodated They also keep a RESTAURANT adjoining the Station, for the convenience of the public. May 26, IBS 7. (c. w. A w. SHANNON. , COOPERING. THE subscriber announce* tbnl he will carry on the COOPERING BUSINESS at bis brewery in Hopkinavilie. where he will make BARRELS, TUBS, KEGS, and everything in that line of bueines*. He will alao repair work of all kinds, and will do il skillfully and at fair price*. CHARLEB W. HASSERT, Bloomsburg, June 2, 1857, Executor's Notice. NOTICE i* hereby given that letters testa mentary upon the estate of Paler Herlocher, late of Mifflin township, Colombia eounty, deceased, have been granted to therunder signed residing ? uarjraahi Pof Mifflin. are Llit of Dealer* OF Goods, Waren and Merchandise, Ac,; ond of Dtetillere, Brewers, and Eating Hoasa Keepers within tbe GoiHKy of Columbia, returned and classified in ac cordance with die several acts of Assem bly, by the Appraiser of Mercantile Tak es, of said county. * follows, to wit: BEOOR. Class. License Bloomsburg R. R. Iron Co., 9 $25 00 M'Kelvy, Neal & Co. 0 25 CO 11. C. &I. W. Hartman 12 12 50 A, J. Evan* to TO ntm- rvieninutTiaß 13 10 00 A, C. Mehsoh 13 10 00 A, J. Sloan 13 10 00 Leonard B. Rupert 14 700 David Strottp 14 700 David Lowenberg, 2 stores, 14 14 00 J, J. Brower 14 700 George Hsgenbuch 14 700 E. P. Lutz 14 700 K. Plummer 14 7 00 Oliver A. Jaeoby 14 700 A. M. Rupert 14 700 Simon C. Shive 14 700 John R. Mover 14 7 00 Joseph W. Handershot 14 700 BERWICK Bono'. Bowman Si Freaa II 15 00 Abraham Mißsr 11 15 00 do. 14 7 00 MoHenry Si Owen 11 15 00 R. (1. Nicely 14 700 J. B. Dodson 14 700 Auchenbach & Jacoby 14 700 BRIERCREBX. J. F. Dietrich 14 700 Henry Traugh 14 700 John G. Jacoby 14 700 DENTON, Miller Schuyler -13 10 00 Samuel Heaoock 14 7 00 B. F- Colo 14 7 00. BEAVER. Graham j* Brother 13 10 00 CATAWIBSA. John Sharpieaa 13 10 00 F. C. Eyer 13 10 00 Sharpless & Kreigh 13 10 00 J. P. Fincher 13 10 00 Casper Ralin 14 700 Solomon Reinhard 14 700 Gearhart Si Andrews 14 700 M. B. Hughes Id 700 CENTRE. C.&G. Low 13 10 10 Jesse Hicks 13 10 00 G. H. Fowler 13 10 00 Charles H. Hess & Co. 14 700 Siniuel I.andback 14 700 A. C. Nicely 14 700 FISHINOCREEK. Daniel MoHenry 14 700 Benjamin McHenry 14 700 Stuckei 4" Robins 14 700 Howell (f Pennington 14 700 FRANKLIN. Elijah Chideater 14. 700 OREENWOOD. I George Masters 13 10 00 ' Eiiss Wertman 13 10 00 Jabob Schuyler 13 lg 00 I Wilson Ager 13 10 10 | John Legget 14 700 I Llwood Eves 14 700 HEMLOCK, Jacob Harris 14 700 M. G. Shoemaker 13 10 00 Charles Neyhard 14 700 LOCUST. Mark Wiutams ip o Judith Cherrington 13 10 00 Samuel B. Deamer . 13 10 00 I. P. 4-S. P. Levan 13 10 10 G, W. Yeager 14 700 Jacob Yeager 14 700 Fahiinger 4' Reiubold 14 700 MADISON. Conrad Kramer 13 10 00 Ncal M'Cay 14 700 MIFFLIN. I. K. Sweppenheiscr 14 700 I Brown Si Creasy 14 700 S. 11. Schwank 14 700 Stephen Wolf 14 700 MAIN. A. fy S. Andrews 13 10 00 William Shuman 14 700 MONTODR. Washington Bittenbender 14 700 ORANOE. Lazarus & Fisher 13 10 00 William Fritz 14 7 00 A. B. Bte*rt- 14 70 A.Coleman 1* 700 PINE, James Masters ROARIN'GCREEK. Franklin Shaman 14 700 SCOTT, tl. W- Si W. N. Creasy 12 12 50 Henry M. Fuller 10 20 00 Melick 4" Brother 13 10 00 Edgar.& Milnes 12 12 60 James Kester 4" Co. 13 10 00 Reichard 4* Privling 13 10 00 Samuel A. Worman 14 700 D; Whitmoyer 14 700 R. B. Warden 14 700 A, Mood 14 700 G. B. Doan 14 700 J. R. Robins 14 700 EATING HOUSES. Carolina Clark, Bloomsburg, 8 $5 00 F.lse 4-Wilson do do do J. W. Hendershot. do do do Hiram Smothers, Berwick, do do Genscl & Engoid, Catawiasa do do J#m. Yoder, do do do BhwHolmes, Fishingcreek, do do Shannon, Montour do do Scott, do do 7 0 26 14 7 13 10 14 7 7 7 DfeVJG, PAINT AND GLASS* WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE. Corner of Tenth and Market Streets, e^At^Hfk., k WE invite attention to our enlarged stock of Drugs, Paints, Oils, Vsfniahes, Stc., select ed, expressly for our sales, and comprising oneof the finest assortments in tbe United Slates, which we offer at lpw prices, for cash or approved credit. WE MANUFACTURE very extensively: Preopipm Pure Whh 1"4,W, Kensington I'qre While Lead, Peorl snow White Lead, jC" "Visits Moniagne" French Zinc, best, Pure Snow White American Zinc, Philadelphia Snow White Zinc, Silver's Plastic Fire & Weather-proof Paints, Chrome Greens, Yellows, & colors generally, AGKNTB FOR: Porter's superior Alkaline Window Glass, Genuine French Plate Glass, warranted, The New Jersey Zinc Company's products, Tilden and Nephew's N. Y. Varnishes. Brooklyn Prenffam Pure White Lead, Hampden Permanent Greens, Pure Ohio Catawba Brandy, &o. &c. IMPORTERS OF: French and English Plate Glass, French and English Cylinder Glass, Colored and Engraved Window Glass, Daguerteoiype Glass, Hammered Plate for Floors and Sky-Lights, Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery. &c. WHOLESALE'DEALERS IN: Druggists Articles generally. Painters' Tools of all descriptions, Hydraulio and Roman Cement, Calcined and Land Plaster, M v®N c cWMfeSW- Store N. W. cor. of Tenth & Murket Sts. PHILADELPHIA. April 8, 1857,-3 m. Faraers' Depot and Plaster Mills, At the Junction of York Avenue, Crown and Callowhill Streets, PHILADELPHIA. WE offer a large stock of Chemical Ma nures and Fertilizers at low prices, and war ranted to be Genuine: among which will be found: 1.000 lona No. 1. Government Peruvian Guano. 1.000 lons Da Berg's No. 1 Super-Phos phate ol Lime. Tbe above standard articles are, each of their kind, Ihe best in the world! Our Land Plaster, manufactured from select stone, is celebrated throughout the Union for its purity and strength. WE INVITE ORDERS FOR— De Berg's No. 1 Super Phosphate of Lime. No. 1 Government Peruvian Guano. Franch's I m proved Sup- Phosphate of Lime. French's Philadelphia Poudrelie. No. 1 Phosphate Guano (Ptiila. Co.'s.) Mexican Guano. (A.) Extra Land Plaster. Ordinary Land Plaster. Chemical Bone. Pure Bona Dust. Fish Guano. Ground Charcoal. 10,000 Barrels Land Plaster. 5,000 '• Casting Plaster. 10.000 " Hydraulic Cement. 3.000 " TVue Roman Cement. 1,000 " Portland (Eng.) CemenL ALSO, DENTISTS' PLASTER, STEREOTYPE PLASTER. GLASS MAKERS' PLASTER, GROUND SOAP STONE, GROUND WHITE MARBLE, GIft)UND BLUE MARBLE. Powdered Anthracite Coal, (in barrels.) Powdered Bitnminou9 Coal, do. Ground Brown Stone, do. White Sand, do. Ground Bricks, for Painters. Pmuißlank. FRENCH, RICHARDS, & CO. Steam Milts and Faimers' Depot, At junction of York Avenue, Crown and Callowhill Streets, Philadelphia. April 8, '67, 2m VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE * THE subscriber offers for sale his farm in Orange township, Columbia oo.,containing 336 ACRES, on which are valuable improvements, com prising two rets of farm buildings, Two Dwelling Houses, iwo barns rnd other buildings, two apple orchard" and a variety of other fruit trees.— About 200 acres of the premises is cleared land in a good condition of improvement, and il lays alqng Fishingcreek, 1 mile above Orangevilte, and only 7 miles from the county seat. The whole will be sold together, or in two divisions as purchasors may desire. For terms apply on the premises or direct to Orangeville, Columbia county to JOHrf ACHENBACH. Orange township, May sth, 1857. List of Letter* REMAINING in the post office at Blooms burg. Pa., May 15, 1867. Bergslresa E L Petler Charles Berste Henry Rouch John Bick fork Eli Russell John Beach Genrgß W Strauser Mary S Breamer John Snyder Joseph Baker William Stewart F Coones Susanna Stroup Catharine Custer C Smith Hugh Caso Susan Ann Severance A J Deals Christian Shaßer Hairison Dundoott Jacob Stemmits Wm. Ears Y Thomas Mary Ann Gardner W H & Co Welliver Margaret J. Govey Mr Walker OB Hent Patrick Webb Cyrus Hanley James G Watkins Israel Kennedy S B Wiseman A Koons John W Welliver Thomas Mill Srmuel Heidetbsrg Henry . Matthew S Rewley Daniel McCortnick Jacob Evans David T oo Packer Wm F Persons calling for the above letters will please say tbey advertised. P. UNANGST, p. M. Bloomsburg, Msy 23, 1867. BLOOMSBURG LJ3GDCDLS2L rjIHE undersigned would in this way call *■ the attention of Ihe public to Ihe Root Store at the old stand, next door to the "Ex change Hotel," where at all limes can be found a good assortment of books, including Bibles, Uyan Books, Prayer Books, Histories, Books of Poetry, Novels, and School Books ; alao alt kinds of stationary of the best quality. A considerable deduction made upon Ihe price of School Books and Stationary to those ■ripbytosellagain. assortment of WALL elsewhere. CCFFER MT, A PBtt ® manerit cnre to gumranteailin *ll stegee of SECRET dtoea.ro, Nervous Debility, Siriclows, Gleets, Gmyel, Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofula, r*W IR Aktos ad BOOM, Dtoea.es of the Throat, Now and Eye#, Ulcers upon tho Body, Female Irregu larities, atnl all other improper discharges, no matter of bow long standing, or obstinate the case, recovery 1 certain, and in a shorter time tbao a per mm en t Cure m*J4,be effect ed by any. other treatment, after the skill of the moei emleeiif failed, and the disease resisted ail other means of cure. The remedies are wee from j odor causing neither inconve nience, and without murcnry' or balsam.— During twenty years' praoltce, I hays ru mored to health over seventeen thousand pa tients, who were suffering under the worst forms of all of the above mentioned dis eases, which guarantees nte in promising a perfect and most speedy care. Secret dis eases nrethe greatest enemies to health and happiness, as they are the first cause of con sumption, scrofula, ,&c., and iboutd be a ter ror to sit notions on the earth ; for the dis ease is becoming so common, and treatment so little understood, that a permanent cure ie scarcely evar effected, as a majority of the cases fal! into the hands of incompetent per sons, who not only faif to cnre the malady, but rdin the constitution with corrosive sub limate—a dangerous poison, a preparation of mercury—which, with ibe remains of dis ease in the system, produces many of the above named affections, which finally termi nate in consumption, and frequently a rapid one ; but should it not cause death speedily, and the victim to disease marries, the disease is then conveyed from the-patient to the chil dren, causing them JLFLLCODLRJCJFI: lha world wilh scrofula, affections ot WeTtortiJ eyee, Ibroat, &c., and agsin terminates in con sumption, and consigns bis victim to an un timely grave, between the agee of si* months and thirty-five years. Self absnc is another formidable enemy to health; H destroys the nervous system, rapidly wasting away the energies of life, causing mental derange ment, preventing a proper development of the system, snd disqualifying its viclom for marriage, society, business, and all earthly happiness. Female Irregularities snd other diseases of females treated in the most skill ful and scientific manner. Medioines, with directions, eent to any part of the United Steles and Canadas, by palieuls communica ting their symptoms by letter. J. SUMMERVILLB, M. D., Bo* 53, Post Office ; Filbert Street, below Tenth, Phila delphia, Pa. TWEITY-FIVE WITNESSES OR, THIC FORGER CONVICTED. JOHN ITDYE IS THE AUTHOR rj Who has had JO years' experience as a j" Banker and Poblisber, and author of M A Seriu oj Lectures at the Broadway Tuber* m nacle, M when for 10 successive nights, over Cy 10,060 People W greeted him with rounds ot applause, while he exhibited the manner in which execute their fruds, and "■the surest and shortest means of delecting © The Bank Note Engravers all say y that He is the Greatest Judge of Paper Money Living. © Greatest discovery of the present century 2 For Detectiug Counterfeit Bank !•< Notes. 2 Describing evnry Genuine Bill in exis'- ®nooe, and exhibiting at a glance every Counterleit in Circulation ! 1 M Arranged so sdmirably, that Reference is 5 easy and demotion Instantaneous. No index to examine! No pages to lJ? bunt up! Rot so simplified and ar- I © ranged, that the Merchant. Bauk- er and Business MM ean sew I g all at a Glance, j 2 English, French and German. Thus each may read the name in his own Na live Tongue. J MOST PERFECT BANK NOTE Y LIST PUBLISHED, rj Also a List of ZALL THE PRIVATE BANKERS IN g AMERICA. y A Complete Summary of the finance of Europe and America will be published in .each edition, together with all the Import fljanl nevys of the day. Also, 2 A SERIES OF TALES r£ From an old manuscript found in the East. "1: furnishes the most complete I" history of 41 Oriental Life, M lions in which the Ladies and Gentlemen 2of that country have been so often found. These Stories will continue throughout the * whole year, and will prove the Most En- Mtertaining ever offered to (be Public. © W Furnished Weekly-to aobecribers ©only, it St a year. All letters must be ad dressed to H JOHN S. DYE, Broker. jjn Published and Proprietor, To Wall Street, © April 27, 1857. Now York. PUBLIC SALE OF BEAL ESTATE. In pursuance of an order of the Orphans Court of Columbia county, on THURSDAY, the 25th day of June next , at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Benjanßa Executor of Elias McHenry, late 6f Fishingcreek town ship, in said county, deceased, will expose to sale by public vendue, upou the premises, a certain PIECE OK PJIKCEL OF LAND, aituale in Fishingcreek township aforesaid, adjoining lands of Jackson McHenry on the north, Wm. Ikeler on the west and south, and Henry Bittenbender on the east, contain- FIFTY-TWO ACRES, more or less. Also one othvr piece or par cel ol land aituale in tin tjM>lifp eibresatd, adjoining land* of Moses Mcljpnry on the, easl,Jsmes D. McHenry on the south, Wm. 1 Ikeler on the north end west, containing SEVENTEEN ACRES, more or less. And BISO one other pieee or parcel of land eitnale in the township afore said, adjoining lands of Moses McHenry on the east, Wm. Ikeler on the sooth, James D. McHenry on the north and west, containing Twenty-Four Acres, with the appurtenances, late the estate of said defeased situate in the townshisp of Fishing creek and county aforesaid. ' BENJAMIN McHENRY, Administrator. Bloomsburg, May 22, i 1157, Dissolution of Co-partnership. THE Co-Partoersbip hetjoforn existing be tween William G. Perry If William Erety, Booksellers and Stationers, trading under the firm of Paav & Earrr, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. WILLIAM G. PERRY, WILLIAM ERETY. Philadelphia, Feb. 18, 1857. purchased the in rent-ive IJRtTGS JIJYD MEBICIJYES. oaapTirrm aso ap aa"orTPza m WOULD call the etientloo of all those who wish lobby good goods 'o;y.hWg.. th * t just replenished his (already) large end well so tooled c'fecdoM^s cits, viz;— Drags, Medioines, Oils, P*ttitof Vamdshejj <BW,JJWWnffh, W fnmery, faney soaps and toilet aHlolee generally; brand. Harrison's Inks wblssale and retail at the manufacturer's ftnees ,PUfiß WlhluSANl) BRANDIES for medicinal nse only. Trusses, Shotflder Braces apd Abdominal Supporters, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, Paint, Varnish and Tooth Brushes; also sgenl for roost df the poyxstar Petem Medioines of the day. Toys, end an endless variety of usefnl and fancy not tens not here enumerairoL /by* clan's P/escripiiona snd Family Medicines put upoaraluUy and at short notiif. roeCutnfr done to order at the old stantf. E. P. LUTZu Bloomsburg, April 8, 185 T. BOOK, CARD, AND FANCY SKDEB opa3CES2? t o > THE PROPRIETOR OF THE "STAR OF THE NORTH," Having added to :be fixtures of the "STSII" Office good and extensive JOBBING MATERI AL. is prepared to execute all kinds of JOD I'BIISTIWO in the best CITY STYLE, and at short notice. Certificates of Stock and Deposits, Constitutions for Societies, Bank Cheeks, Promissory Notes, Ball Hood and other Tickets, Catalogues, Paper Books, Bill-Heads, Check Rolls, Plain and Fancy Cards, Business and other Circulars, Posters Plain and in Colors. AND PRINTING- OP All KINDS Can be Procured at the "Star" Job Office, A 9 PROMPTLY AND NEATLY PRINTED AS IN THE j-y CAW- The public are invited to calf and see spertmens, as we are determined to merit patrofa age by strict attention to business and superior workmanship. New Arrival of Spring and Summer Goods. <£ CSSCE> HAVE just received and opened their stock of merchandize for Spring and Bnmmer sales, which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assortmedhow offered in this TOWN! 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 buy cheap, can save money by giving us a call. We have ail Finds of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large lot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, French merinoes, woo! plaids, alpacas, bombarines, de bsges, popUns, parametta cloths, mohair lustres, muslin de laiues, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, Sic. WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars, Spencere, handkerchiefs, flonncqigs, bands and trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel vet ribbons, and braids, khi, cotton, and lisle thread gloves, mohair rnilts, &c., All kinds ol" SHAWLS, broche, Bay Slate, Watervilie, black silk, cashmere, Embroder ed, &c. Also a very large assortment of cloths, cassimers, sattinetts, vestings, tweeds; iea'ns. beaver cloths, coating velvet, Sic. BOOTS AND SHOES, OF ALL KINDS If SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN If CHILDREN We have a large assortment ol Hals and Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard ware, Queensware, Cedarware, &c. Very cheap carpets, carpet bags, floor, table and car riage oil cloths, mats rugs, baskets, itc. Muslins flannels, lickiugs, diapers, towelings, drillings, &0., in abundance. We invile our friends and the public generally to give us a call before purchasing else where. We have bought ourgoods at Lowest Cash Prioes and will not be undersold by anybody, or the of mankind. Bloomsburg, April 15, 1857. New arrival of Spring and Summer Goods ! *DA7ID 107TENBBKG INVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fashionale clothing at his storeon Market street, two doors above the "American House," where he has a full assortment of men and boy's wearing apparel, including ffi>3JI2SS ©OPiklPSst ffox, sack, frock, gum nnd oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, pants of all colors, shawls 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 elothing at very short notice and in the best manner. All bis clothing is made to wear, and most of it is of home manufac ture. Bloomsburg, April 1, 1857. A. C. MENSCH AT THE ARCADE STAND HAS jant received and opened a full and larae assortment OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which he will sell at the lowest living profit. Hi* stock embraces atella, thibel and crape shawls, barege, barege delaines, tissues, lawns, debeges, crape orientals, alpacoas, &c SILKS.—A. very handsome assortment of striped, plain, plaid and black silks, which be intends to sell at very reduced prices. EMBROIDERIES. An immense stock of embroideries, such as embroidered handkerchiefs,collars, spen cers, sleeves, Swiss and jaaonel edgings and intertings, linens, cotton and thread laces, flonncings and embroidered curtains. DOMESTlCS—Muslins,drillings, lickings, checks, osnaburgs, baggings, ginghams, flan nels, table diaper and ready-made bags. Men and Boys' Wear. Cloths, cassimeres, vesting*, jesns, cotton ades, denims, blue drillings, cotton plaids &c. CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. A very large assortment of new style car pets, euch as tapestry, Brussels three ply, in grain and Venetian oil cloths, of all widths. A targe assorlment of Ladies' & Children*' Shoes, which be will sell very cheap. GROCERIES. [E^i A lot of fresh sugars, matasaes, RH Jj J TEAS, COFFEE, FISH SPICES &o. Also Hardware Qoeenswara,Rfcdßm Crockery and Woodeoware. BT Flour and Feed always lor sale at the lowest market prices for cash. Bloorn.bmg, April t9, 1857, WILLIAM O. PERRY, S. W. Corner of Fourth and Race Sts. Will Supply on Low Terms, Bill Heads, Cards, Checks, Bill of Lating, Promissory Notes, Drafts, SfC. AOOOWf BOOKS, Made in a sufftnor manner, or Kaled and Bound to any Pattern. Letter, Note & Foolscap Paper, FLAT PAPER, ALL SIZES, WBiAIPIPHST© IP&XPIBIBo OLD BOOKS RE-BOUND, In a handsome and durable style. BF Your orders respectlully solicited. Philadelphia, March 4, 1857. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of administration upon the estate of -Jacob W. Heea late of Jaeksoo township, Columbia county, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned residing aito in Jackson town ship. All persons indebted to (be did estate •re requested.to make payment without da lay, and those having account* against the decedent to present them for settlement to DAVID REMLY, Administrator. Jackson lownship, May 19, 1857.-61. _ _____ A store building on Main street, Blooms burg, for rent on reasonable terms. GEORGE WEAVER. Blooraaburg, Nor. 84, 1856, COLUMBUS MALE AND FEMALE oa <£\ :ud sx2 "^ra Luzerne County, Pa. THE Trustee* of this Institution respectfully announce, <hat it will be opened for the reception of Pupils, of both sexes, on Monday, October 20lh next, under tho immediate care of Pmf. JAMES ANDERSON, a* Principal. Mr. A. is n gentleman of extensive acquire ments, and enlarged experience as an educator, and has been connected with the most popular "High School" of Bucks Co. for several years. He is also well and favorably known as a con tributor to some of our leading educational peri odicals. THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION Will compiise Orthography, Definitions, Read ing, Penmanship, Etymology, Geography, Eng. Grammar, Composition, Arithmetio Algebra. Geometry, Mensuration, Plane and Spherteal Trigonometry, Surveying, Navigation, Astron. omy, Ac. Book Keeping, History, Physiology, Natural, Intellectual, and Moral Philosophy, and Chemistry. Classes in the French, Spanish <£- Latin Languages will be formed as early as practica ble, and instruction on Piano-Forte will be given If desired. WEEKLY LECTURES on the Natural Sciences, illustrated by appropriate apparatus will,!, be given. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to young Ladies and Genllttntn designing 'o qual ify Ihemsel ves as Teachers. TERMS: FOUR, FIVE and SIX Dollais per Quarter in accordance with tbe studies pursued, payable one half in advance and tho balance at the close of the Quarter. GOOD BOARD can be had in the village at a moderate price. GT Mr. A. will deliver an address on Physi cal, Intellectual and Moral education, on the day of commencement, when hia method of imparting instruction will he illustrated, and the discipline and management of the chool, fully explained. Parents, Guardians, and the friends of educa tion generally, are cordially invited to be prea> enl. D. L. OHAPIN, I B. M. BTEVENS, JOHN KOONS. N. D. STILES, SILAS DODSON, I JOHN YAPLE, THOMAS PEALER, Columbus, Sept, 4,1856. Trustees. NOTICE TO MERCHANTS. RAZSSi JULXBSii rpHE undersigned take pleasnre inannounc •* ing to Merchants that they are manufac turing a superior article of KAKES at their New Factory on Fts!iingcre*ek above Oranges villa, CoL eo. Merchants wishing to pur chase good PATES can have them at the Fac tory, or if desired we can forward them to Bloomsburg to S. C. Sbive where they can §et them, or we can forward them to thoae tores that are not too much ont of our way. All orders should be addressed to Bamuel Shive, Pealeri P. 0., Colombia county, Pa. SHIVES A BETZ 1 April 18, 1887,-m. ' THE NEW FEE-BILL FOR Justices and Conatables. Copies in neal fottn far sale at (ha "STAR" office. WO Stf OH WO ft D A3 FAIL. A RESIBTLESS REMEDY. . f Circular to the Sid** IPHE first hospital saigaes* s*J medicsl poll -I lician of Europe, admit the unparalleled anti-inflammatory and healing properlivs of Ibis Ointment; government* sanction tta u in their naval and military service*; and the maaae* in this country and throughout the world repose the utmost confidence in ite curative propeitiea. It penetrates tba routers of ioflanunation end corruption which underlie the external eviden ces of dieses, and neutralize the fiery element* which feed and ezaaperate the malady. RHEUMATISM. SCROFULA, ERY SIPELAS. These ate among the moat terrible and ago. niziug dfsrasa* of the muscles, the fleshy fibre and the akin; yet m their worst forms, end when seemingly incurable, they invariably dis appear under s persevering application of thia toothing, healing antidote to pain and inflam mation. SALT RHEUM, FEVER SORES, STIFF JOINTS, In case* of Bait Rheum, where medical Wa ters, lotions, and every recipe of the pbarntaco poea have proved useless, the Ointment will accomplish t thorough cure. Fever Bores heel \tnicklgr under iie inflqeytg, and it* relaxing ef feet upon co'nlractud slneWe is trulv wonderful. DISCHARGING ULCERS. A most remarkablo ar.d happy change Is pro duced in the appearance of malignant ulcers after e few applications of tbt* Ointment. Tlte surrounding redness vanishes, and granules of healthy fjosh begin to take the place of the die charged matter. 'I hi*.process goes on more or sess rapidly, nntil the orifice ia filled up with iound material and the ulcer radically cured. A WORD TO MOTHERS. - The young are the most frequent sufferers from exlernol injuries, and therefore every mother should have this healing preparation constantly on hand. It is sn absolute specific for sore breasts, and quickly removes the en crusted tores which sometimes disfigure the heads and faces of children. SIGNIFICANT FACTS, This .Ointment is universally used on boapr Atlst tie and Pacific whaling fleet a* a cere for tcorbutic affections snd as the beet pomiUe remedy for woend* snd bruises. I.trge supplies of it have recently oeen ordered by the Sultan of Tutkey for hospital purposes. Both the Ointment and Pills should ht used in the following casts: Bunions, Skin Diseases, Burns, Swelled Gland*, Chapped Hands, Bore Iwgs, Chilblains, Bore Broasts, Fistula, Bore Heads, Gout. Sore Throate, l.umhego, Sores of all kinds, Mercmiai Eruptions, Sprsins, Piles, Stiff Joints, Rheumatism, Tetter, Ringworm, Ulcers, * Bait Rheum, Venereal Bores. Scalds, Wounds of all kinds, %* Bold at the Manufactories of Professor HOLLOWAT, 80 Maiden Lane, New Yotk, and 244 Strand, London, by all respectable Drug-, gists and Dealers in Medicioe throughout the United B ales, snd the civilized world, in pots* at 25 cents, 62j cents, and $1 each. BT There ia considerable saving by taking the larger sixes. N. B.—Directions for the guidance of patient in every disorder ate affixed to each pot 31 HT CAUTION !--None are genuine unless the words "llolloway, New York and London," are discernible as a water mark in every leaf of the book of directions around each pot or box; the same may be plainly seen by hold ing the leaf to the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one rendering such in formation as may lead to the detection of any parly or parties counterfeiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing thorn to be tj^gtos. THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS! A. J . EVANS HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS A T his old stand on the upper end of Main Street which he will sell cheaper than he cheapest. It consists in part of Silka at oaccas, lustres, bs rages, de laines, ducal :loths, poplins, brilliants, cballies, de bagee, awns, skirling, (tench and scotch ginghams, orinte, gloves, hosiery, collars, handkerchief, Sic. Shawls and Mantillas of every sty le and quality. ' STAPLE A DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Cloths eassi mores, vestings, flannels, mns lioa, tickings, stripes, checks, calicoes, cct tonades, linens, sheetings, nankeens,- drills, marseilles quills, colored and while carpet chain, parasols, umbrellas, a large and splen did assortment ol HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES. A SUPERIOR LOT OF FRESH Teas, Coffee* Sugar* Molamc* Rice, Spice", &c. Also, Herd ware, Queens ware, Crockery and Cedarware. Having selected my entire stock with tba greatest car* and at the lowest cash priees, 1 can assure my friends and the public gener ally, that i will dh all in my power to make establishment known aa the "Head quarters for bargains." Those who wish to purohase will find it to their advantage to call and ex amine my stock before purchasing. I will pay the highest market price for BUTTER, EGGS, RAGS, SOAP AND Dried Frnit, and country produce iu general. Bteembsrg, April AO, 1857. NOTICE TO HEIRS. IV OTIC K is hereby given to the heirs and legsl representatives of John Reynolds, lute of Mifflin township, Columbia county, deceased, that the petition ol George A. Bow man Executor ol the said decedent and Ma ry Reynolds the widow of the said decedent waa preferred to the last Orphan's Court of Columbia county praying for a rule upon the r-onlingent legatees of the said John Reyn olds to show cause by the first day of next term why the real estate of the said testator should not be sold and the proceeds of sale so mode invested by the Execntor for the benefit of the widow and contingent legatees of said testator; and that the undersigned, having been appointed Auditor by said court lo report on the facts set fotlh in the said pe tition, wilt proceed to hear the parlies and evidence in the said matter at his office in Bloorwburg on Saturday the 21th day of June next at 10 o'clock A. M., when and where all paraona interested are notified lo attend. ROBT. F. CLARK, Auditor, Bloomeburg, May 6, '67.-3w. r | sRtMMINGS AN D -NOTIONS, fancy arli j- oles, a good assort mem of Hosiery of the ieet quality; also fcloves, milts, baskets, Ca lms, Combs, dress trimmings and linings tewing silk, thread, etc., etc., to be had next Joor to th "Exchange." AMELIA a WEBB. Bloomsburg, May 25, 1857. FLOUR AND FEED Depot at the Aroade, hy A. C. MENSCH.