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AY Jilt's PILLS.
Ayer'-a Cathartic Pills. PILLS THAT ARE PILLS. PROF. HAYES, State Chemiat, ol Maaa., says they are tbe best of all pitta, and an nexed are the men who certify that Doctor llayea knowa: H. J. GARDENER, Governor of Mass. EMORY WASHBURN, ex-Gov. of Mass, SIMEON BROWN, Lieut. Gov. of Mass. E. M. WRIGHT, Secretary State of Mass. J. B. FITZPATRICK,Cath. Bishop ol Boston. PROF. JOHN TORREY, ol the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York City. Dr. C. T. JACKSON, Geologist of tbe Public Lands of the U S. MEN THAT ARE MEN. Among 'lie diseases this Pill has cured with letonist ing rapidity, we may mention: Costiveness, Bilious Complaints, Rheuma tism, Dropsy, Heartburn, Headache arising from a fowl Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid inaction of the Bowels, and pain arising therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appe tite, all Ulcerous and cutaneous Diseases, which require an evaruant Medicine, Scrof ula, or King's Evil. They also by purifying the blood and stimulating tbe System, Cure many Complaints which it would not be sup posed they could reach; such as Dealness. Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and nervous Ir ritability, Derangements of the Liver and kidneys, Gout, and other kindred complaints, arising from a low slate of the body, or ob structions of its function*. They are the best i'urgr.tive Medicine ever discovered, and you will but' need to use them once to know it. ; Preparer! by Dr. JAS. C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.— aud sold by. E. P. t.u'z and all Druggists in Bloomsburg, and by Dealers in Medicine everywhere. Sept. 11, 1857-2 m. Of all disease; the great, first cause Springs Irom neglect of Nature's laws. CDFFCR NOT, WHEN A CURE is guaranteed in all stages of SECRET DISEASES, SELF-ABUSE NERVOUS De bility, Striotures, Gleets, Gravel, Diabetes, Diseases of the Kidneva and Bladder, Mer curial Rheumatism, Scrotals, Pains in the Bones and Ankles, Diseases of the Lungs, Throat, Nose and Eyes, Ulcers upon the or limbs, Cancers, Dropsy, Edileplio ~ETts, St. Vita's Dance, arid all diseases aris ing from a derangement of tbe Sexual Or gans. Such i s nervous trembling, less of memory, loss of power, general weakness, dimness of vision with peculiar spots appearing before the yo. lusa of sight, wskelulne.s ilyeoepaia, Liver dt-ease, eruptions upon the five, pain in the luck and head, female irregularities and all improper discharges from both sexes. It iD.itte s not ftom what cause the disease origi trated, however long standing or obeli .ate the cnse.recoveiy is certain.and in s shorter lime than a permanent cure can be effected by 3ny other treaimeiit,even utter lire disease has Iraf fled the skill ol eminent |livr-icians and resist ed all the nnaim ol cure. Tbe medicines are pleasant without oJor, causing t.o sickness ond bee Irom mercury or balsam. During 2(1 i years of practice, f have rescued Irom lire jaws of death many thousands, who, in the last stages of the above mentioned diseases hud bean given up lo die hy their physicians, t which wannuls me in promising to the nlilit-l ed, wbo may place themselves under iny s per.eel ami most exactly cure. Secret' dn>- | eases arc tbe greatest enemies to health, as I they arc the fits! cause ef Consumption, bcrof- | | lila ami many other diseases, and uhould he a terror to tbe human family. Asa permanent < cure is scarcely ever effected, a majority of i the caars falling into tbe bands ol incotnpe- j tent persona, wbo not only fail tu euro tbe , iliieaurs but ruin the constitution, tilling the | system with mercury, which, with the disease, ' hastens the sutlarei into a rapid consumption. i Rut should the disease and the treatment , not cause death vpecdilv and the victim mar ries, the disease i- entailed upon children, who ; are bom with feeble constitutions, and the , current of life corrupted by a virus which be- | trays itself in Scrofula, Tetter, Ulcers, Erup- , lions and other affections of the akin. Eyes, , Throat ant) Lungs, eutailing them to an early | giave. I Srlf-anuse is another formidable enemy to health, for nothing else in the diesJ catalogue ( of human diseases causes so destructive a drain upon ibo syrlem, drawing i:s thousands of ( victims through a few years uf suffering down lo an untimely g'ave. It destroys tho Ner- 1 vous system, rapidly wastes away the energies 1 of life, csures mental derangement, prevent.. ! the proper development of the system, dis- 1 qualifies for marriage, society, busiiieas, and 1 all earthly happiness, sod leaves the sufferer 1 wrecked in body and mind, predisposed to - eon.umption and a Haiti of evils more to he 1 dreadid than death itself. With the fullest ronfidence I assure the unfortunate viotisi* ol self-abuse that a permanent and speedy cure 1 -can be effected, and with the abandonment of 1 ruinous practices my patieuts can be restored no robust, vigorous health. The afflicted are cautioned against the use of falsi,! Medicines, ftr there ale so many inge nious snares in thecolumns of tin) public prints to catch and rob the unwaiy svfforera that millidht have their constitutions mined by tbe vjle compound* of quack doctors, nr the vqually poisonous nostrum, vended as 'Patent Medicines.' 1 have carefully analysed many of tbe 10 called Patent Medicines and find that nearly all ol tbem contain Corrosive fcSunii. mate, which ia une of the strongest prepara tions of meicury and a deadly poison, which instead or curing the disease disables the sys tem fur life. 'I bree-fourlhs of lha patent nosltums now in use are pul up by unprincipled and ignore ant peranna, who do not ruideratand even the alphabet of the Materia Medica, and are equal ly as destitute of any knowledge of the buutan system, having one object only in view, aud ibat to make money regardless of consequence. Irregularities and all diseases of males and females treated on principles established by 80 years of practice, and sanctioned by thousands of the most remarkable cuies. Medicines with full directioiiaseul to any part of the United Elates or Canadas, by patients communicating Ibeir symptoms by letter. Business correspon dence strictly confidential. Address J. SUMMERVILLE, M. D., Office No. 3131 Filbert Street, [Old No. 109] below Twelfth, Philadelphia. Aft nnn JOINT AND LAP SHINGLES IUjUvU | O , a | e at the Arcade by May 27, 'B7. A. C. MENSCH. ORTICED POSTS on baud and fotiile ■t the Arcade by May 27, 'B7. A. C. MENSCH. COTTON and Wool Carpet fot sale cheap at the Arcade by May 27. '67. A. C. MENSCH. MUSLINS a yard wide for 8 cents, and good print* for cent# just received by A. C. MENSCH. BLANKS! BLANKS!! BLANKS 11 DEEDS, BUMMONS, EXECUTIONS, SUBPCENAS, AND JUDGMENT NOTES, ot norper & desirable forms, fo'sale at the office of the ,iS iar oflhe North." GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMA TION. WHEREAS by tbe Iws f this Common wealth il is made "the duty of the Shsriflf ol every county to give notice of the general elections, by publication in cne or more newspapers of Hie county, at least twenty dsys before the election," and to enumerate therein "the officers to the elected," and to ■'designate the place at which iho election is to be held." Therefore, f, STEPHEN H. MILLER, High Sheriff of Columbia county, , do hereby malre known and proclaim to the qualified electors of Columbia county, thai a general election wilt be held ibrouzhdar said county, on TUESDAY, the THIRTEENTH DAY OP OCTOBER, being the second Tues day i said month, at the several districts within the county to wit:— Benton township, at the house of Ezekiel Cole. Beaver township, at the house of Christian Shuman. Bloom township at the Court house Blooms burg. . • Briarcreek township, at the Town House, Berwick. Catau issa township, at the house of the late Stacy Margeiam, Catawtsra. Centre township, at the house of Jeremiah Hess, deceased. kishirtgereek township, at the house of Abraham Kline, now occupied by William Long. Gieenwood township, at the house of Jos. R. Palton. Hemlock township, at the Buck Horn. Locnst township, at the house of David Reittbold. Frankliu township, at Clayton's School house. i Mifflin township, at the house of John Kel ler. Madison township, at the house of John Welltver, dee'd. Monntpleusant township, at the house ol William Hutchinson. Moinnur township, at the house of John Richards, now occupied by William Hollingr head. Main township, at the huuse of Isaac Yet ter. Roaringcreek township, at the house ol G. W. Dnesbach, now occupied by Ftat.kliu Shuinan. Orange township, at the bouse of Peter P. Kline, Orangerille. Pine township at the house of Albert Hun ter. Sugarloat township, at the house of Ali nas Cole. Scott township at the house of Enoch How ell, Eipytown. Conyngham township, at the bouse of F. R. Wollonh. Jackson township at the house of Joshua Savage. ft is further directed that the election at the said severe' districts shall be opened be tween the hours of 8 and 10 o'cluck in the forenoon, and eha'.l continue oper. without interruption or adjournment, untill 7 o'clock in the evening, when the polls shall be clos ed. The officers to be elected at the time and place aforesaid are:- A GOVERNOR. 2 JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. A CANAL COMMISSIONER, A MEMBER OF CONGRESS, A STATE SENATOR. 2 MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, A COUNTY COMMISSIONER, ONE PERSON FOR PIMM HONOTARY, CI.EKK OF THE COUKI OF QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE ORPHANS'COURT, I AN D OF THE COURT OF OYER AN D TER MINER. 1 PERSON FOR REGISTER AND RE- I CORUEK. A COUNTY TREASURER, A COL NT Y A U Di FOR. And the said election of Congressman is held ill pursuance of a writ to me directed by the Governor ol the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, wherein it ia directed that be cause a vacancy has happened in the repre sentation ot this State in the House ol Rep resentatives of the United Stales, in con-e -quence of the death ol JOHN G. rCONT GOMERY, Esq, elected a member ol tbe Twenty Filth Congress, from the Twelfth Congressional District, composed of the counties ol Columbia, Luzerne, Montour and VY'yoming, that I, Stephen H. Miller, High Sin-riff ol Columbia county, shall hold.or cause to be held, in each township, at the time and the places aforesaid, an election for choosing a Representative of this Common wealth n: the House of Representatives of the United States, to fill the vacancy afore said. And, whereat, I have been directed by the Governor to five notice that • joint revolu tion, proposing ceriain amendments to the Constitution ol Ibis Commonwealth, has been agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each House ot the Legislature, at two successive terms ol the same, and that it is provided by the Constitution, that any amendment so agreed upon, shall be sub mitted to the people for their approval or re jection. Therefore, for the purpose of ascer taining the sense of the citizens of thia.Coni monwealth in regard thereto, I, Stephen H. Miller, High Sheriff ol Columbia county, do give tioiice and proclaim to the qualified electors of said county, thai an election will be held iu each of the townships, wards and districts therein, 011 the second Tuesday of October, A. D. 18&7, lor the purpose of deci ding upon ihe adoption or rejection o! the Baid amendments, or any of them; which said election shall be held at the places, and opened and closed at the lime at and within which the General Elections of this Com monwealth are held, opened and closed; and it shall be ihe duty of the Judges, Inspectors and Clerks of each of said lownihtpe, wards and districts to receive at the said election, tickets either written or .printed, or partly written and partly primed frntn citizens duly qualified to vote fur Members ot the Gen eral A-sembly, and to deposit them in a box or boxes to be lor that purpose provided by the proper officers; which tickets wnall be be respectively labelled on the outside. ' First Amendment," "Second Amendment,'' "Third Amendment," "Fourth Amendment," and those who are favorable to said Amend ments, or any of them, may express thetr desire by voting each as many separate writ ten or ptinted, or partly written or printed ballots or tickets, containing on the inside (hereof the words "For the Amendment," and those who are opposetfto such Amend ments, or any of them, may express their opposition by voting each us many separate written or printed ballots or tickets contain ing on tho inside thereof the wotds "Against I the Amendments." And further, I do hereby give notice, di rect and proclaim, that the election on the •aid proposed Amendments, shall be opaned and closed at the same time, and in all re spects be conducted, aa the General Elections of this Commonwealth are now conducted, as well as rsspects the qualifications of vo ters, the time and manner of making re turns, as in all other particulars. It it lurlher directed that the meeting of the return Judges, at the Court House in Bloomsburg, to make out the general returns shall be on the first Ftidav succeeding the general election, which will be the sixteenth day of October. The Congressional return Judges of the Twelfth District, composed of the counties ot Columbia, Luzerne, Montour and Wy oming , wit) meet at (ha Court House, in Bloomsburg, on TUESDAY, the twentieth day of October next, to make out returns lor member of Congress. The Senatorial return judges of the Thir- teenth Senatorial District, composed of the coon tree ol Snyder, Northumberland, Mon tour and Columbia, will meet at the Court House, in the borough of Sunbory, an the county of Northumberland, on TUESDAY, the Twentieth day of October nexl, to make out returne far Stale Senator. The return Judges of the Representative Di.tric', composed of the counties of Wy ing, Sullivan, Columbia and Monlour, shall meet at the Court House in Blnomsburg, in the county of Columbia, on TUESDAY the Twentieth day of October next, to make out returns for members of Aasewbiy. And in and by the sat J act, I am further directed to give notice that every person, excepting Justices of the peace, who shall hold any office or appointment of profit or trust undo! the Government of (he United States, or tif this Slate, or ol any city or in corporated district, whether a commissioned office or otherwise, a subordinate officer or agent, who is, or shall be employed under die legislative, or executive, or judiciary de partment of jhia Stale, or ol any incorpora ted district, and also that every member ol Congress, and of the select or common conn ' cil or any city, commissioners of any incor porated district, ia by law, incapable of hold ing or exercising at the SHme lime, the office ; or appointment of judge, inspector or clerk of any election of litis Commonwealth, and that no irspeclor, judge or any officet of any such election shall be eligible to any office than to be voted for. Given under my hand and seal, at my of fice in Blnomsburg, ibis 3let day of August, A. D., 1857. STEPHEN H. MILLER. BloorrsbUrg, Sept 6, 1857. Sheriff. PtfferB* V'epot and Plaster MHIs, jit the Junction of York Jivtnue and ('allow/till Streets, niiMiuM'iiaA. WE offer a large slock of Chemical Ma nures and Fertilizers at low prices, and war ranted to be genuine: among which will be found— -1,000 tons No. 1 Government Peruvian Guano. 1,000 tons Deßerg's No. 1 Super-phosphate of Lime. The above standard articles are, each of their kind, the best in the world ! Our Land Plaster, manufactured from select stone, is celebrated throughout the Union lor its purity and strength. YV E INVITE ORDERS FOR De Berg's No. 1 Super Phosphate of Lime. No. 1 Government Peruvian Guano. French's Improved Sup-nhnspliate of Lime. French's Philadelphia Poudrelle. No. 1 PhosphateGnano (Phiia. Co.'a.) | Mexican G iano (A.) | Extra Land Plaster, Ordinary Land Plaster, Chenrcal Borre Pure bone duel. Fish Guano, Ground Charcoal. 10 000 Barrets Land Plaster. 5,000 • Casting Plaster. 10.000 " Hydraulic Cement. 3,000 •' 'lYue K oman Cement, 1,000 •• Portland (Eng.) Cement. ALSO, DENTISTS' PLASTER, STEREOTYPE •' GLASS MAKERS' GROUND STONE, WHITE MARBLE, BLUE Powdered Anthracite Coal, (io barrels.) do Bituminous Coal) do Ground Brown Stone, do VY'hite Sand do Ground Brick, for Painters Chemical Bone duel. FRENCH, RICHARDS, & CO. Steam Mills and Farmers' Depot, At Junction ol York Avenue, Crown, and Callow htlf Sireefs, Philadelphia. September 2, 1857. GIFTS! GIFTSI GIFTS I GIFTS I A. KANNIGY, Publisher, 393 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. orrKlf FOB RALE 500,000 BOOKS &. NIAPS, OF ull kinds, at Publishers' prices, lo be accompanied with 500,000 GIFTS, worth from 25 cents lo $2OO each ; consisting ol Gold and Silver Watches, Gold Lockets, Gold Chains. Cameo Pius and Drop*. 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Full inlorination respecting this great gift enterprise, together with a complete List of Books, and gifts will be furnished in our Catalogue, which is sent post paid to any ad dress on application. Address, A. RANNEY, No. 293 Broadway, New York. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY GOLDEN PRIZE. One of the largest and best lit erary papers of the day. Terms of Subscription, $2 per Year. And a GIFT will be presented to each sub scriber immediately on receipt of the sub scripiion meney. Each subscriber will be entitled to a Gift worth Irom $1 to S5OO in Gold. TO CLUBS. 3 copies for 1 year, S3 00 15 do 1 do 15.00 BEAD—READ—READ—READ THE LIST OF GIFTS-GIFTS—GIFTS. 1 Package containing S5OO iu Gold 10 Gold Patent Lever English Hunting Cased Watches SlOO Each. , 6 , u i. 75 25 " Gold Watches 60 " 100 " " " " 50 " 300 Ladies' " " " 35 " 300 Silver Hunting Cased Watches 25 " 200 " Waiches 10 to 20 " 500 Gold Vest, Guard & Fob Chains 10 to 30 " 5000 Gold Lockets 3to 10 " Gold Rings—Ear Drops— Broaches—Breast Pins—Sinda Cuff Pins—Sleeve Button-&c. SIOlo lSqach. Immediately, on the receipt of the sub scription money, the subscriber'* name wil be entered upon our subscription book, op posite a number, and the gift corresponding with that number will be forwarded to his or bar address by mail or express, post paid. Address, BECKET & CO., Publishers, 92 Moffat's Buildings, New York. Augusr 2, 1857. TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS, faney arti cles, a good assortment of Hosiery of the best quality; also gloves, mitts, baskets, Ca bas, Combs, dress trimmings and linings, sewing silk, thread, etc., etc., to be had next door to the "Exobange." AMELIA D. WEBB Bloomsburg, May 26, 1857. TO MECHANICS, INVENTORS ft MAN UFACTURERS. In announcing the THIRTEENTH annual volume of tbe Scientific American, the pub lishers respectfully intuitu tbe pabliolbat in order to increase and slimßlate tbe formation ONE THOUSANb'FIVE°HUNDRED DOL LARS IN CASH PREMIUMS for the fifteen large* liMa oi .iibscriOnrs sent in by tiie let of January, ISS8; said premi uma to be distributed Blottmi's: Per the -httSMi IfkiJjNPj. Mr****; Srt/- (200; 4th, (Iff); sth, 8:b, 870; 9iH, #6O; 40th, 850; 1 lift, $4O; 12th. $35; 13'h, 830; 14th. 825; Islh. 820. Names of subscribers eB be sent in at dif fereiit limes and from difierent Post Offices. 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Manufacture,., Agri | culture, Patents, Invention*, Engineering, I Mill Work, and all interests wtrteh the light of Practical Science is calculated to advance. It is issued weekly, in form for binding; it contains annually from 500 to 600 finely ex ecuted Engravings, and notices ut American and European Improvements, together with an Official List of American Patent Claims published weekly in advance of all other pa per.. It is the aim of the Editors of the Scientific American to present ell subject* discos-ed in its columns in a practical and popular Inrm. They will also endeavor to maintain a candid fearlessness in combating and exposing fal<e theories and practice in Scientific and Me chanical matters, and thus preserve the char actor of the Scientific American Us a reliable Encyclopedia of Useful anil Entertaining Knowledge. Specimen copies will be sent' ((rslis to any part of (be country. Publishers" ant^aiemTTjWtf; No 128 FuMi St, New York. Sept. 1, 1857. TWENTY-FIVE WITNESSES OR. TUB FORGER CONVICTED. JOHN S. DYE IS THE AUTHOR had 10 years' experience as a * Banker and Publisher, and author of M A Series oj Lectures at the Broadway Tuber ■i] nil tie, (ij when for 10 successive nights, over W i 0,000 People J1 "greeted him with rounds ol apolause, while he exhibited the manner in which scontiterfeilets execute their frauds, and JJ the surest and shortest means of delecting them ! © The Bank Note Engravers all say y that He is the Greatest Judge of Paper Money Living. ® Greatest discovery ol the present century 2 For Detecting onnwrflsii Bank Notes. 9 Describing every Genuine Bill in exia'- ®noce, and exhibiting at a glance every Counierleit in Circulation ! I M Arranged so admirably, that Reference is gv. easy and detection Instantaneous. JrrCyNoimjex to examine! r No"pages to J? hunt up! 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New York. Full Slock of Fall Dry Goods. & LANDELL, Fourth & Arch Sis., ■A Philadelphia, respectfully request Cash Buyers to examine a fine stock of Seasonable Goods, adopted to Best Pennsylvania Trade. Full Line of Fall Dress Goods. New designs of Fall Shawls. £t a Good Black Silk> of an widths.* 4 Cases assorted French Mertnoes. 7 " Poil de Cltevres, New Goods. Brush and American Dark Prints. Saiinelts, Cassimeres, Cloths & Veatings. Muslins, Linens, Flannels, Blanket*, &c. N. B. —Auotion Bargains from New Yorki I and this City daily received. Particular at ! tention given to Country orders for desirable Gobdg— Terms Nett Cash. Sept. 1, 1857 3mos. GIFTS, GIFTS, GIFTS! A PRIZE TO EVERY PURCHASES, At the Quaker City publishing House of nUANE RULISON, PHILADF.IdfBIA. BY buying a book for one doiltr or more you are at once preaentcj with a prize, worth form 2ft cents to 8100, confining of Fine Gold Jewelty, Watches, doc. All orders by mail will be promptly filled, and tbe prise or prizes will accompany, the book. Our list contains all of the moat popular hooka of the day, and will be sold at the uadal -Mail prices many of them for leas. Pattona Wishing any Krlieutsr book can order at once, atH 4t wilt fcrwardedevith a gilt. A careliigas full information, with a list of broke and gifts will be aent poat paid, by addreating DUANH RULItiON, No. 83 South Third 81., Philadelphia. QT Agents wauled, tiept. 8, 1867.—3 m. -• ' a. COOPERING. THE subactibej announce* that be will carry on tbe COOPERING BUSINESS at his breweiy in Hopkinsville, where„be will make BARRELS, TUBS, KEGS, and everything in that line of business. He I Will also repair work of all kinds, and will do it skillfully and at fair prices. CHARLES W. HASSERT, Bloomsburg, June 2, 1857, DR UGS JIJYD JttEDICIJYES. ££> UaVCPZa ® WOULD call the attention of all those who wish to boy good good* sr. hia line, that he has just replenished hi (dreadyj large and well selected assortment of lhe following afti clea, viK— PaiulK f X^^|JsiB*; ol 1 e'ver'v^"variety And P BRANDIES for medicinal use only. Trusses, Shoulder Bractts and Abdominal Supporters, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, Paint Varnish and Tooth Bfttsbe.: also agent for o*t of the popular Hwni Medicine* of the dav Toys and an emllesa variety of t>s(ul aad lancy notions not here enumerated. Physi cian's ! reee'riptiona and Fartiily Medicines put up carefully audai ehorl notic?. Glass Colling done to order at the old aland., LVli. Bloomsburg, April 8, 1857. BOOK, CARD, AND FANCY <xjcE>n3 THE PROPRIETOR OF THE "STAR OF THE NORTH," Having added to ;he fixtures of the "STAR" Office good and extensive JOBBING MATERI AL, is prepared to execnte all kinds of JOB PRINTING in the best CITY STYLE, and at Short notice. Certificates of Stock anil Deposits, Constitutions for Societies, Dank Checks, Promissory Notes, Bail Road and other Tickets, Catalogues, Paper Books, Bill-Heads, Check Rolls, Plain and Fancy Curtis, Business and other Circulars, Posters Plain and in Colors. AND PRINTING OP ALL KINDS Can be Procured at the "Star" Job Office,, AS PROMPTLY AND NF.ATI.Y PRINTED AS IN THE CITY. Ttie public are invited to call antl see specimens, as we are determined to merit patron age by strict attention to business and superior workmanship. New arrival of Spring and Summer Goods ! scoaaaaaawar, ca<E>„ HAVE iuat received and opened their stock of merchandize for Sp-ing and Summer sale*, which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assorimm.i now 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 all kinds of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the People. A very large lot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, French merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de bages, poplins, paramella cloths, niaha" lusiren,muslin de laines, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c. vVIIITE GOODS OF A 1.1, KINDS, ©TEVEA. Ooltars, Spencers, handkerchiefs, financings, bands and trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel I vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread gloves, mohair milts &c., All kinds ot SHAWLS, broche, Bay State, VValervtlle, black silk, cashmere, Lmbroder trd &c. Also a very large assortment of cloths, cassimers, saltinells, vesltngs, tweeds; irtunfi nPSAVHT c'oth**, CO&linZ VOlvtSt. &C. 1 BOUTS AND SHOES, OF ALL KINDS If SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN lr CHILDREN Wo have a lare assortment ot Hats and Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard ware QueenswaTe Cedarware, &e. Very cheap carpels, carpet bags, floor, table and car riage' oil cloths, mats rugs, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, towelings, drillings. &c., in abundance. ... We invite iur friends and the public generally to give its 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 reat of mankind. Bloomsburg, April 15, 1857. New Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods. DAVID LO7fEUEERG INVlTKSaTtentfDtTl'o 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 VASmaQMSTAIBIUI m uox, sack, frock, gam and oil cloth coals of all sorts and sizes, panlsof all colors,shawls sirip'es and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars, haudketchiefs,gloves, suspenders and fancv 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- i lure. Bloomsburg, April 1, 1857. A. C. MENSCH AT THE ARCADE STAND HAS just received and opened a full and larae assortment OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which he will sell at Ihe lowest living profit. His stock embraces alalia, thibet and crape shawls, barege, barege delaines, tissues, TavfifSjTfebege", icra'pe orientals, alpaccas, &c SILKS.—A very handsome assortment of striped, plain, plaid and black silks, which he intends to sell at very reduced prices. EMBROIDERIES. An immense stock of embroidering, such as embroidered handkerchiefs,collars, spen cers, sleeves, Swiss and jaconet qdgings and insertings, linens, cotton anil thread laces, flouoeinas and embroidered curtains. DOMESTICS—MusIins, drillings, tickings, checks, osnaburgs, baggings, ginghams, flan nels, table diaper and ready made bags. Men and Boys' Wear. Cloths, cassitneres, veslings, jeans, cotton ades, denims, blue drillings, cotton plaids &c. CARPETS AND Oil, CLOTHS. A very large assortment of new style car pels, such as tapestry, Brussels three ply, in grain and Venetian oil cloths, of all widths. A large assortment ol Ladies 1 & Cbildiens' Shoes, which he wilt sell very cheat). GItOCEKIESi ISpSa* A lot of fresh sugars, glasses. [Hjt ■ JS 4 TEAS. COFFEE, FISH, SPICES ISflicg-l &c. Also Hardware Queensware,"™s!® Crockery and Wondenware. Gf Flour and Feetfc-always tor sale at the lowest mirket prices for cash. Bloornsburg, April 29, 1897. THE $lO AND $l5 SINGLE A DOUBLE THREADED EMPIRE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE! AN Agency for the sale ol these Machines for this and the atfjoining counties can be secured on liberal terms by a personal appli cation to the subscribers, 6th and Arch Sts., Philadelphia. No one need apply without capital sufficient to conduct the business properly, and without references as to relia bility and capacity. We possitively assert thai these Machines, for all purposes of FAMILY SEW IN O, are in every respect superior to any Sewing Machine in market, (do matter at what prices they are held at) and will wherever affined for sale command a ready and un limited demand. JOHNSON fc GOOBELL. Philadelphia, Aug. 14, 1857.-lm CHARLES STAHL, BOOK BINDER, haa looaled in Blooms burg, where he will bind books, period icals and pamphlets in any desirable style and manner; aud at reasonsble prlees. He will bind newspapers and magazines, plain, id library style or in morocco oruameoled. He has his place of business in Hopkins vilie with Mr. F. Isler. Bloornsburg, July 13, 1857. HATS AND CAPS on kand and for sale at the Arcade by I May 27, 97 A. C. MENSCH. COLUMBUS MALE AND FEMALE oa jj£> eb saa w a Luzerne County, Pa. THE Trustees of this Institution respectfully announce, 'hat it tvill be opened for the reception of Pupils, of both sexes. on Monday. October 20th next, under the immediate rare of Pmf. JAMES ANDERSON, atTPrincipal. Mr. A. is a gentleman of extensive acquire, merits, and enlarged experience as an educator and haa been connected with tho moat popular "High School" of Bueka Do. for several years. He is slso well and favorably known as a con tributor to some of our leading educational peri, odicale. THE COURSE OF INSTRUCTION Will comprise Orthography, Definitions, Read ing, Penmanship, Etymology. Geography, Eng. Grammar, Composition, Arithmetic! Algebra. Geometry, Mensuration, Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, Surveying, Navigation, Astron. omy,&c. Book Keeping, History, Physiology, Natural, Intellectual, and Moral Philosophy, arid Chemistry. Classes in Ihe French, Spanish <s• Latin Languages will he formed as early as practica ble, and Instruction on Piano-Forte will be given if desired. WEEKLY LECTURES on the Natural Sciences, illustrated by appiopriate apparatus will also I e given. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to young Ladies and Genlltmtn designing 'o qual ify themselves as Teachers. TERMS: FOUR, FIVE and SfX Dollats per Quarter in accordance with the -studies pursued, pajable one half in advance and the balance atthe close of the Quarter. GOOO BOARD can be bad in Ihe village at a moderate price. ftP Mr. A, will deliver an address on Physi cal, Intellectual and Moral education, on the day of commencement, when hie method ol imparting instruction will he illustrated, and tho discipline nd management of Ihe chool, fully explained. Patents, Guardians, and the friends of educa tion generally, arc cordially invited to be pre* ent. D. L. UHAPIN, I B. M. STEVENS, JOHN KOONS. N.D. STILES, SILAS DODSON, | JOHN YAPLE, THOMAS PEALER, Columbus, Sept, 4, 1850. Trustees, MAP OF BLOOMSBURG. MESSRS. HURLEY & LLOYD, Civil En- J-" gineers. Surveyors ur.d Map Publishers, are now in tbta placs for the purpose of ma king a thoroughly correct Properly Mao. mowing tne arouhtt nun ot every Building, the aize and shape of eaub Lot, with owners' names, or initials, printed thereon, Colored, Varnished and mounted on Canvas, and Rol lers, alt complete. Price per copy, >S pay able on delivery of the M*p. They are also prepared to moke Surveys and furnish Skeleton Maos of Farms, with contents calculated and inserted thereon, ol uny farm within a reasonable distance from town. FRESH ARRIVAL A NEW lot of cheap muslins and prints jttst received by railroad and for sale by A C. MENSCH. 1 Aatriean Safety-Paper Mauufaclur -2 log Cenpaov of Sew York, f tiXPITALSSOO.OOO. L A. NICHOLAS, President. p Office, 70 Wall Street. i- . A (I To prevent Pfsnlotimph* and Ann*- 0 tatic Counterfeit*. Erasures, Trans fer* or Alteration*. l_f AVI S'G purchased ihe Palenl for Ihe ex *-*■ elusive right to maeufsetore and sell the e new Chemical Paper in America, invented i- and patented ir. England by Henry Glvnn, • g celebrated chemist and officer in the Uritiah army, it is hardly necessary to fay that the Paper ta recommended by Mr. Reui, Assayer ol the United States Mint, Mr. I,ymiln of the New York Clearing House, and Meade Biothera, extensive and skilful photographers, 233 Broadway, New York. The latter say that no imitation cay ba made on a check or bank note printed t>k the Safely Paper. Be low ia our list of price* Bank Checke—3s ots per ii). Bank Bills—slB for 1000 aheet. Bills ol Exchange— $25 for 1000 shfeels. Promissory No'es—4o ci. per lb. Sight & Time Drafts—s2s for 1000 sheet*, i Insurance Policies—4o cla per lb. Railroad Stocks & Bonds—to cla. per lb. Bank and Stale Stocks—4o ct*. per lb. Bonds and Mortgages—4o cts. per lb. Wills and Deeds—4o cia. per lb. For Wiapping Silks and oilier line arm-lea it is excellent, as it prevents moths. 4P utsi alb. For Indentures and Agreement*. 40 cdote per lb. All Stale and County Records should ala ways be printed or written on this paper, as the chemicals inserted in the pulp not only prevent erasure or transfer, but make it last ing as time. For Southern Climates it is excellent, and moch sii| erior to any oilier; as tne tnoistiieas of ihe climate doeanut destroy it, —tjie prop erties inserted in the pulp being a pferenlive. In all the southern states, Cuba, the West In dies and the Central American Slates, no public rernrds can be kept over 20 years, i written on the ordinary paper, white Ihe oils H"d chemicals inserted in this paper makes ( it indestructible by trie ravages ol rime. It ~ is also proof against moths, rats and other ver t min, which feast on ai d uesiroy all oilier pa pur now in use. j The Company have now in operation Mill* in Morris County, N. J., of about 300 horae power, and are able to fill all orders for pa per al the shortest notice. All orders for the paper must be addressed to A NICHOLAS, President of the Company. , Notoiv-iu—.,N.w York, J ' August 5, 1857.—3 m. " ■ T. imfttiSFOßD & BOX'S ~ PURR - OSWEGO STARCH. > (FOR THE LAUNDRY.) ¥1 AS established a greater celebrity than " has ever been obtained by any other ■ Starch. This has been the result of its markej sua 1 ■ periorily in quality, and its invariable uni formity. • j fhe public may fe assured of the continu- I ance of the h ah standard now established. ! The production is over Twenty Tons daily, ! and the demand has extended throughout ihn I whole ol the United Stater, and to foreign : Countries. I Hoiking thus On a very latge irate, anil i under a rigiu system, they are aide to secure ! a perfect and uniformity in ihe quality t(trough j out the year. Tliia is the great Desideratum : in Starch-making, and ia reebced now for ihe first time. ! The very best starch lhat can be made,and no other, is always waited by consumer*, ; and wlnle this will be supplied to them by | Ihe grocers, us soon as theit customers have i learned which is the best, and ak for it— i otherwise they would be likely to get that | article on which Ihe largest profit can be j made. | Mr. Kingsford has been engaged in thd I manufacture of starch continuously for Ihe : lust 27 years, and during, the whole of the ! period, the starch made under his supervis | ion has been, bevoml any qupstion, the best |in the maiket. Forlhe first 17 years, he hail | the charge of the works of Win. Colgate U j Co., at which period he invented the proce.-e of the manufacture of corn starch. US'" Askjor Kivgsford's Slunk, a* the name Oswego has tree idly been taken by another fn lory. T. KINGSFOIIIf & SON'S OSWEGO CORN STARCH, (For Puddings, tfc .) Has obtained an equal celebrity with their Starch for the Laundry. This article ia per fectly pure, and is, in every respect, equal to the best Bermuda Arrow-Root, besides liars ing additional qualities which render it inval uable fur die dessert. Potato Starch ha- been extensively packed and sold as Corn S'arch, and has given false impressions to many, as to tie rcul merits of our Corn Starclii From its great delicacy and purity, it is coming al.-o into extensive use as a diet lor infants ami invalids. E. N. KELLOGG & CO., Agents. 19rt Fulton Street, N. Y. ALLEN & NF.EDI F.S, Agents, 23 South Wharves, Philad'a. July 28, 1857—3 m. Public Sale of Valuable Ileal Estate. THE undersigned Evecu'or of ihe eslain of Wesley Rout deceased will offer at pub lic sale upon the premises on SAI UIIDAY, THE 3rd OF OCTOBER NEXT, at on o'clock, P. M.,the farm belonging to the said estate, eiluate in Hemlock township, Coluuw bia comity, containing 199 Acres & 37 Percheg, and adjoining lauds of Hugh Mcßride, John Mi-Reynolds, Peter Appieman, Caleb Barton, sen., and Sylvester Pursell. ft is situa'e in THE IRON ORE REGION of Columbia county, two miles from Woomsi burg, and on the public highway leading id Buckhorn. A btanch of Hemlock Creek passes through the premises, and the whole farm ia in a lair state ol cultivation. The im provements are a Drue new frame MANSION HOUSE!, a new and commodious frame tenant house, a laigo new bonk burn, a new wagon house, and other outbuildings entirely new. Pos session will begiveuon the Ist of April 1858. Conditions will be msde known on the day of sale by WILLIAM NEAL, Executor. Bloomsburg, July 20, 1857. Adminintralor'a Notice. NOTICE ia hetaby given that letters ol ad ministration upon the estate ol John Weltiver late'of Madison township, Columbia county, deceased, have been granted to the under-' signed residing also in the said township of Madison. Alt persons indebted to the estste v•-•* —-*o |myutn.t wit (I (Mil Ifrt* lay, and l hos* lnvvwgaeCdunts for settlement to present them to JOHN A. FUN STON, Administrator. Jerseylown, AO2 14, 1857. , CANVASSERS WANTED 7" A lew competent agents wanted for the Comprehensive Geography and History ancient and modern if the Worlds by S. G Goodrich, (Peter Parley); handsomely bound and pro fusely illustrated. Piice $3. Sold only Agents, tc whom rate inducements are offer ed. Address, J. H. COLT'ON A CO No 172 William Street, New York.