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Arrival tf lk Grenada f N*c Meant. Ntw dnim, Get. Jg-fcWte swsmship Grenada arrived ibia evening from Havana, which plfe at* toft oo Ibe loth ftrttant. Sh bringa California ditsa to the 20lh till. The rteamer Northsrn Light toft Asffnwall for Nvw t*krV ilti **6o,ofo *r\T*i- 4 The Grenada experiouiid a ( avera gale on the 3d and 4rh irtal , and afterwards discover cd ihe wreck ol wseel, but ooutd not rr.ske out liar name. Gov. \V tier's majority in the late election was 11,000 over both his competitors. The newly elected Legislature • largely Democratic. Mr. Bales, ex-Treasurer, and Rows, hie clerk, base both been committed in default of bnil. Cniaf Justice Murray i( dead. Cof. Cassey, of Tenoeseee, has been killed in 8 Duel with Mr. Blair. | The overland mail from San Antonio, Tex y as, reached San Diego on the Blst of August. All well. The reported assassination of Alvarex, in : Coloma, Texas, ha* reached San Francisco. | ft — Disturbances have occurred near tho oound ary or Lower California, bat ween the author ities and a company of Americans. A parly had left San Diego lor the purpose of ing the Americana, who were believed tWft filibuster*. Governor Castro, of Lower California, fear ' ing a revolution ol bis pwu people, is said to have joined the Americans. Slight shock* ol an earthquake had beeu fell near San Francisco. The California markets are dull but the ac counts from the mines are excellent. Bobbery— A start la the clothing Business. I On Thursday night of last week a robbery j was committed at the Susquehanna House, in Sunbury, kept by Michael Wilverl, by two men, who entered one of the windows and carried of nine coats, a pair of boots and a lial. The latter was dropped in the aneet b;fore the thieves succeeded in carrying away their booty. It appears that two boat man belonging to a boat lying at the coal wharves had been at the house in the eve ning previous to the robbery, and when the theft was discovered early the next morning, Mr. Wilvert immediately suspected these men. Warrants were obtained from Squire Shindel, and Constable Brostons proceeded to • he boat to apprehend the supposej offenders They were not to he fonnd there, but pres ently made their appearance in a skiff from ihe other aide of the river. Upon being ques tioned what they had been doing on the other i side of the river they replied that they had I gone serosa to feed their horses; but the dri ver of the bat assured the constable that the homes were nm on the other side of the river the men were arretted upon the additional suspicion produced by tbeir prevarication. Subsequently, the officer crossed lite river, and fnnud the coals concealed under a rock along the Blue Hill. Ten coats were found, although but niqe had been stolen. Here was a mystery that could not be solved, until it was discovered that one of the nten, who appeared L.e/ore the Justice in his shin sleeves, bad fallen Into the river, and the tenth coat was found to be wet, and in the same moist condition as bis other clothing. It was his cont, and he had placed it with the stolen goods until'it would become dry. This oir rumsiantial evidence was too strong to be disregarded, and the two gentlemen who had made so fine a start in the clothing business were provided with rooms iu Sheriff Wise's boarding house. We have not learned tbeir names, nor thesecliou of country from which they bai I . — Sunbury Gazette. Some of the Signers of Ike Memorial. —The ; New Haven Registert ays: • "Anions the signers who remonstrated with ! President Buchanan against llie observance I of his oatb to 'tee that the laws are faithfully i executed,' are the names of persons who con tributed tiz of the twenty-seven rifles given J at the famous North Church meeting in 1856, I to 'shoot border-rudftna.' It was on thai me moriable occasion that Rev. Henry Ward Beecher .told the New Haven Kansas Com pany that 'it was a shame to shoot at a man and not hit him!' These worthies seem to have changed their tactics of la'.e. Remem bering that 'those who take the sword' are apt to 'die by the sword,' they have wisely dropped the 'border ruffians,' and taken to 'praying for the President'—a safer, and we trust, a more fructifying occupation." A Town IN KANSAS—'The Sumner (Kan sea) Ga mi it says of that town: It is only six teen weeks old, contains between three and four hundred inhabitants, has one of the beat steam saw-mills in the western country in active operation, and two moretruilding; has ooe good hotel,aod one commenced that will coat (53,600 when finished; baa seven stores, one wagon-maker, one shoemaker, one blacksmith, and three carpenier-shopl; has subscribed 81,000 for a church edifice, and has a printing office end a free school. V3T A burglar made an unsuccessful at tempt to rob the store of H. J. Webb, in Mon trose, recently, bnt being suddenly attyrked by a powerful dog kept in the store, just aa he had effected an entrance through a win dow, he seems to have very hastily decamp ed, leaving the window open, end e strip of bis coat lining and a piece of bis pants in possession of the old dog. C 7" The Montour Iron Company have paid ■off all their workmen in foil. Whether the works will atart again this winter is very un certain, however much the gentlemen, who ■have Isssed ibem, may desire to do so. The clouds overhanging the money afleirs of the country are 100 dark as yet to make any cal culations ae to the future.— Danville Dem. aeXajfetf aa. '" BegM ' On Sunday Morning, Out. 18th inet., in F.spytown. by Sam'l A. Worman, Rvq., Mr. SOLOMON Seroratni, of Orange township, and Mrs. MAKYANGLB, of Espyto*n,Col. 10. On ibe 30th of 9th month, Tiros. E- Evxs, ■ I iMittvillu, Columbia county, aad FRANCES K . daughter ol John WiUou, of Valley fwp., Vleiit-xir rouniy. Pa. SfCfinl Nolicetr - r atmmyne.wmm.aea'eeaei Grand Dinner ami Supper. THE Ladies of the Germarrßeformed Con gregation of Bloomabnrg, would respectfully .announce to the poblie, that they purpose giving DiunerV aod Sappers on the 22nd and 23rd days of October, on the days of the County Agricultural Eahibition, on the Fa'u ground for the benefit of the Cbuioh. Bloomsburg. Oct. 3, 1857. ADIBROTYPESI npHE cltlaens of Bloomsborg and vicinity I ..fi-.l ,K.,f2 VV. VV X(2K ITT2 Tare hereby notified tharG. W WAGNER Ambrolypist and Uleroxcpist, will remain on I' a few uays longet in this plane : so five hin a call while he ia lo be found. Relying npoi hie long and eatensive practice in differ ent States in the Union, end a strict adher ence lo the numerous improvements which have been added lo the Art, he leela confi dent of rendering satisfaction to all that may favor him with their patronage. lie returns his sincere thanks to the public for past favors, aud hopes to merit a still larger share of pttblie support. Bloomsburg, Oct. 21, 1657. \ " WOODLAND CREAM"— A Pomade for beautifying llie Jlair— highly perfumed, superior to any French article iipporled, and for hall the price. For dressing Ladies Hair it has tin equal, giving it a bright glossy ap pearance. It causes Gentlemen's Hair to curl irt the most natural manner. It removea dandruff, always giving the hair the appear ance of being fresh shampooed. Price only fifty cents. None genuine unless signed FETRIDGE & CO., Proprietors of the " Balm of a thousand Flowers." For sale by all Druggists. New York. THE REV. C. S. BURNETT, while taboymg as a Missionary in Southern Asia, discovered a simple and certain Cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Nervous Debility, and all impurities of the blood; also, an easy anil effectual mode of Inhaling the remedy. Actuated by a desire to benefit his suffering fellows, he will cheerfully eend the Recipe (ftee) to such • desire it, with full and explicit directions for preparing and suc cessfully using the Medicine. Address Rev. C. S. BURNETT, 831 Broadwav, New York City. COLUMBUS MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY. THETrtistees ol this Institution have unan imously elected H. D. WAI.KF.R, A. M., of Lewisourg, Principal of said Academy, in place of Prof. Anderson, whose time expires with the present term, the J9th day of Oct. inst. Mr. Walker will surceed Mr. Anderson immediately afterthe cloe of his labors. It is designed by die Trustees, with their new Principal, to make this Institution one of the best ol the kind in the State. Hi D. WALKER, A. M., Principal New Cnlnmbus, Oct. 14s 18S7. NOTICE npo the heirs and legal rfpresen 1 - \ L. a. j aiives of Yost Driesbach, late of ——- Roaringcreek township, in the coun ty of Columbia, deceased : You and each of you will take no'iee, that at a Court of Common Pleas, held at Blooms burg, for the county of Columbia, on tie sth day of May, A. D. 1856, the petition of Na than Nriesbnch and Samuel Hauck was pre sented to the said Court, representing that the lands of the said petitioners, situate in the township of Roaringcreek, are now held in gage or pledge by two several mortgages, to wit: one mortgage in (avor of Yost Dries bach made and given by Samuel Hauck, da led the 30:h day of March, A. D. 1852: one i other mortgage in favor of Yost Driesoach t aforesaid, made and given by Nathan Dries bach, dated the 21st day of September, A. D 1852; the first ol which mortgages is record- I ed in the office fof the recording of deeds, ' Sir., in and for the county of Columbia,- in Mortgage book No. 3, pages 793-4, and the 1 second of which is recorded in the same book, pages 794-5; that said mortgages re main unsatisfied; and that letters ot adminis tration on Ihe estate of said Yost Driesbach have not been granted; and praying the said Court to grant a role, upon you it eliow cause by the first day dt September Term of the said Court, A. D. 1857, why satisfaction ol said , mortgages should not be enlercd upon the j record by the Recorder of Deeds, by the di- I reclion of the said Court; which rule, at the ! said September Term rf said Court, wascon ] tinned nntil the then following December I Term of Ihe said Court: Therefore you are ! hereby required to appear on the first dty of | next December Term of said Court to answer i the prayer of Ihe petitioner in the case. Witness my hand at Bloomsburg, in the County of Columbia, this 10th day of Octo ber, A. D. 1857. STEPHEN H. MILLER, Sheriff. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMNET. 'llO all persons afflicted with Sexual Dis eases, such as Spermalotrhtea, Seminal K'eaknest, Impotence, Gonorrhaa, Gleet, Syph ilis, the vice of Omanism, tyc, Ifc. The "Howard Association, in view of the awtul destiuction of human life, caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practised upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a charitable act worthy of tbeir name, to give Medical advice gratis, to all per sons thus afflicted, who may apply by letter, with a description of theii condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, tic.,) and in cases of extreme poverty ud suffering, to furnish medicines free of charge. Ihe Howard Association is a benevolent Institution,established by special endowment, tor the relief of the sick and distressed, af flicted with "Virulent and Epidemio Dis eases." It has now a surplue of means, which tha Directors have voted to expend in advertising the above notice. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age, and will fur oisb the most approved modern treatment. Just published, by tte Association, a Re port on Sprmatoirb<Bi, or Seminal Weekness, the vice of Omanisin, Masturbation or Self- Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual Or gans, by the Consulting Snrgeoa. which will be sent by mail, (in a sealed envelope), Free of Charge, on the receipt of two stumps for postage. Address, Dr. GEO. R. CALHOUN, Con sulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South NINTH Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors. EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Prea't GEO. FAIUCHfLD. Secretary. Philadelphia, Sept. 24, 1857. WHITE TEETH, PERFUMED BREATH AND BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION —can be ac quired by using the "Balm iff a Thousand Flosoers" What lady or gentleman would remain under ibe curse of a disagreeable breath, when by using the " Balm ofl Thou sand Floweri" as a d-nlrifice, would not ouly render it sweet, but lease the teeth as white as alabaster ? Many persons do not know their breath in bad, and the subjeol is so deli cate their ftiende will never meotion it. Be ware of counterfeits. Be sure each bottle ia signed FETRIDGE & CO., N. Y. Tor sale by all Druggists. Feb. 18, 1867-6 m. FX/OOP it COAL lor sale at the Arcade by ' A.C.MENSCH. Auditor's Notice. Estate <f John Snyder, late of the borough of Berwick, deceased. THE heirs end distributees of the estate of John Snyder, late of the bbroegh of Berwick, in the county of Colamblu, deceased, will take node*! that the undersigned appointed additor by- the Orphans Court of the county of Columbia, to make distribution of the balance in the handa of Charles Snyder, ad ministrator of John Snyder, deceased, among the heirs of the decedent will attend at his office, in Bloomsburg, in said county, on Saturday, the 21st day of November next, when and where all persons interested may attend if they think proper. ROBERT F. CLARK, Auditor. Bloomeborg, Sept. 30, 1887. ~ Auditor'* Notice. 1 In the matter of the Petition of Joseph Eves far Subpoena to Jacob Swisher and Richard De- I motl. Executors of William Swisher, dee'd. THE undersigned Auditor appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of the county of Columbia to adjust the partnership accounts between Joseph Eves and the late William Swisher, deceased, will attend at his office in Bloomsburg, on Friday the 20th day of No vember next, for the purpose of attending to the duties 01 his appointment, when and where the parlies interested may attend if they think proper. W. WIRT. Rloomahnrg, Sept. 30, '67. Auditor. Auditor's Notice. Estate of Balhs Applsman late of Hemlock town ship, Columbia County. THE legatees and sit others interested in the estate ol Baltls Appleman, late of Hem lock township, Columbia county, will take notice that the undersigned appointed by the Orphan's CrMiri of Columbia county, auditor to make distribution of the several balances in the hands of Caleb Appleman, Peter Ap | pieman and Ballis Appleman, F.xeculors of Balths Appleman, deceased, will attend at the office of Kobetl F. Clark,F.sq , in Blooms burg, on Thursday, the 19lh day of Novem ber next, when and where all persona inter ested may attend if they think proper. WILLIAM NEAL, Auditor. Bloomsburg, Sept. 30 1857. Public Sale of* Real Eitale, In pursuance ol an order id lite Orphan's Court of Columbia Connty, on SATURDAY thH 21st dv of NOVEMBER next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Matliew McDowell, administrator of Abuer McDowell, late of Scott township, in said county, deceased, will expose to sale by public vendue, upon the premises, a certain tract of land situate ir. Orange township, in the county of Colum bia, adjoining lands of William White on the East, Peter Schng on the North, and lands of Matbew McDowell on the South and West; .containing eight acres more or less. There are erected on the premises a two slory log hnnse, and Stable, a POWDER MILL, Glazing House, Dry House, Slack House, &e., and a water power appurlennnt. Date the estate of said deceased, situate in the town ship of Orange and county aforesaid. Any person inclined to go into the busi ness of making powde' can find no properly better calculated for the business. JACOB EYERLY, Cl't. September 16, 1857. Of all disease; tbe great, first cause Springs from neglect of Nature's laws. UVFFI R NOT, WHEN A CI'II If is guaranteed in all stages ol SECRET DISEASES, SERF-ABUSE, NERVOUS De bility, Strictures, Gleets, Gravel, Diabetes, Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, Mer curial Rheumatism, Scrofula, Pains in the Bones and Ankldfc, Disease" of the Lungs, Throat, Nose and Eyes, Ulcers upon the body or limbs, Cancers, Dropsy, Edileptio Fits, St. Vita's Dance, arid all diseases aris ing from a derangement of Ihe Sexual Or gans. Such as nervous trembling, less of memory, lose of power, general weakness, dimness of vision with peculiar Spots"hppMWTTgArtiee-tbe eyas, loss of sight, wakefulness dyspepsia, Liver disease, eruptions upon the face, puin in the back and head, female irregularities and all improper discharges from both sexes. It -mutters not from what cause the disease origi nated, however long standing or obeli rate Ihe case, recoveiy is certain, and in a shorter lime than s permanent cure can lie effected by any o'hi r treatment, even after the disease has baf tied the skill of eminent physicians and resist ed all the means of cure. The medicines are pleasant without odor, causing r.o sickness and fiee from mercury or baleain. During 20 years of practice, 1 have rescued from the jaws of death many thousands, who, in the last stages of the above mentioned diseases had hegn given up to die by their physicians, which warrants me in promising to the afflict ed, who may placa themselves under my care, a perfect and moat speedy cure. Secret dis eases are the greatest enemies to health, as they are the first cause of Consumption, Scrof ula and many other diseases, and shoulJ be a I terror to tbe human family, Aa a permanent care is scarcely ever effected, a majority of the caeca falling into the hands of incompe tent persons, who not only fail to cure the diseases but ruin the constitution, filling the system with mercury, which, with the disease, hastens the sufferei into a rapid consumption. 11 ut should the disease and the treatment ] not cause death speedilv and the victim mar- 1 lies, the disease i- entailed upon children, who are born with feeble constitutions, and the current of life corrupted by a virus which be* j trays itself in Scrofula, Teller, Ulcers, £rup tiuns and other affections of Ibe skin, Lyes, Throat and J.ungs, entailing them to an early giave. Self-abuse is another formidable enemy to health, for nothing else in the dread catalogue of human diseases causes so destructive s drain upon Ibo system, drawing iia thousands o! victims through a few years of suffering down to an untimely grave, ft destroys the Ner vous system, rapidly wastes away the energies of life, causes mental derangement, prevents the proper development of the system, dis qualifies for marritge, society, busiueas, and all earthly happiness, and Jeeves the sufferer wrecked in body and mind, predisposed to consumption and a tiain of evila more to be dreaded than deaih itself. With the fullest confidence 1 assure the unfortunate violins ol eeif.abuse that a permanent and speedy cure can be effected, and with the abandonment of ruinous practices my patients can be restored to rubust, vigoious health. The afflicted are cautioned against the am of Patent Medicines, for there are eo many inge nious snares in the columns of the public prints to catch arid rob the unwary sufferers that millions have their constitutions ruined by the vile compounds of quack doctors, nr the equally poisonous nostrums v tided as' Patent Medicines.' 1 have carefully analysed many of the so called Patent Medicines and find that nearly all ol them contain Corrosive Hunli mate, which ia one of the strongest prepara tions of metcury and a deadly poison, which insuad ol curing Ibe disease disables the ays. tern for life. 'I bree-fourths of the patent nostrums now in use are put up by unprincipled and ignor ant |>ersnns, who do not understand even the alphabet of the Materia Medics, and are equal* ly as destitute of any knowledge of the human system, having one object only in view, and that to make money regardless of consequence. Irregularities and all diseases of males and females treated on principles established by 20 years of practice, and sanctioned by thousands of the most remarkable cuias. Medicines with full directions sent to any part of the United States or Canadas, by patients communicating their symptoms by letter. Business correspon dence strictly confidential. Address J. SUMMER ViLLE. M. D., Offiee No. Jl3l Filbert Street, (Old No. 109] below twelfth, Philadelphia. Farmers* Depot and Plaster Mills, At the Junction of York Avenue and Callowhill Streett, PHILADELPHIA. , * WE offer a large Block of Chemical Ma nures and Fertilizer* al low prieas, and war ranted to be genuine: among wbioh will be fonnd— , 1,000 ton* No. 1 Government Peruvian Gnano. 1,000 ton* Deßerg's No. 1 Buper-pliophle of Litre. The above standard articles are, esqh ol their kiod, Ihe besl in the world ! Oor Land PUsier, manufactured from select stone, is celebrated throughout Ihe Union for it* purity and strength. . WE INVITE ORDERS Ft)R - De Berg's No. 1 Super Phosphate Lime. No. 1 Government Peruvian Guano. Frenoh'r Improved Snp-ohosphate of Lime. French's Philadelphia Pondrelte. No. 1 Phosphate Guano (Phila. Co.'a.) Mexican Guano (A.) Extra Land Plaster, Ordinary Land Plaster, Chemical Bone Pure bone dust. Fish Guano, Ground Charcoal. 10.000 Barrels Land Plaster. 5,000 •• Catting Plaster. 10.000 " Hydraulic Cement. 3,000 " True Roman Cement, 1,000 • Port/and (Eng.) Cement. ALSO, DENTISTS* PLASTER, STEREOTYPE •' GLASS MAKERS' " GROUND STONE, WHITE MARBLE, BLUE Powdered Anthracite Coal, (in barrels.) do Bituminous Coal, do Ground Brown Stone, do White Sand do Ground Bricks for Paialers Chemical Bone dust. FRENCH, RICHARDS, fc CO. Steam Mills and Farmers' Depot, At Junction of York Avenue, Crown and Callowbill Streets, Philadelphia- September 2, 1857. TO MECHANICS, INVENTORS & MAN* VFAtTURER*. 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It is the aim of the Editors of the Scientific American to present all subjects discussed in its columns in a practical and papular form. They will also endeavor to maintain a candid fearfesaness in combating and exposing false theories and practice in Scientific and Me chanical matters, and thus preserve the char acter of the Scientific American as a reliable Encyclopedia of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge. Specimen copies will be sent gratis to any part of the country. MUNN & CO., Publishers and Paient Agents, No 128 Ful'cn St., New York Sept. I, 1887. -*• GIFTS, GIFTS, GIFTS I A PRIZE TO EVERY PURCHASER, At the Quaker City I'ublishmK House of DUANE RULISON, PHILADELHHIA. BY buying • book far ons dailsr or more you ire at once prevented with a prixe, worth form 45 cents to 8100, consisting of Fine Gold Jeweliy, Watches, Ac. All orders by mail will be promptly filled, end the prixe or prizes will sccompany the hook. Our list contains til of the moat popular books of ibe day, and will he sold at the usual -etail prices many of them for leas. Persons wishing any particular book can order at once, and it will he forwarded with a gilt. A catalogue giving full information, with a list of broka and gifts will be sent post paid, by addressing DUANK RULISON, No. 33 South Third.BL, Philadelphia. fSTAgenis wanted. Bept. 8, 1857.—3 m. ESTRAY.. ESTRAYKD from the euoaeilWf at Camp boll & Worden's Powder Mills, in Centre | township, Columbia co., on Monday die 14th of September last, a young jfi* i JZalfi 1 " WHITE COW, witn some blown spo's ber, and home poinliog dotfti-*a3eBH* ward. Five dollars reward will be given for her recovery by the subscriber. ELIJAH SNYDER. Centre, October 7, 1857. Lis! of Letters REMAINING in the Post Office at Blooms burg, Pa., lor the Quarter ending Sept. 30tb, 1857. Barrua Win. Larasn James Bowman Harry 8 Moyer Jefferson Downing Geo. Noway Isaac Evana Catharine Norton Jobo A Evans Joseph R M Oal Jesse Evans Elliok Sharp Richard Griffith David R Snyder Jacob Gal leg ley Patrick SchrinerJW Garvey John Btory James J Heister Joseph Shilman Mr. Hart Patrick Steel Hasfte Hughes David Treats John B Ham Peter S Woolf Thomas J Hauser Sidenham William Lewis J Hill Samuel While Geo. D Xenenger J C Devid Jones I Ketchum Peter Jemee Flinn > El Knorr Thomas Robt. MoDonald ) - Kirk Mary Persons calling for the above letters will pleaae aay they are advertised. PHILIP UNANGST, t. M. Bloomsburg, Oct. 1. DRUGS AJYD OBOPIXXXX2UBJ2SXX IP* OaTWZZ H WOULD call ihe eitention ol ell those who wish to buy good goode in his line, thai he bv J just replenished bit (tlready) large and well selected assortment of the following erti- j oles, viz.—Drugs, Medioinee, Oils, Fatala, Varnishes, Glaee, Confectioneries, Per fumery, fancy soaps and toilet articles generally; Cigars I brand. Harrison's Inks wholesale and retlil at the manofsotawr'aJMoea. P ORE WINES AND ] BRANDIES for medicinal us# only, trusses, Shoulder Brace*® Abdominal Supporters, SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, Paint, Varnish and Tooth Brashes; alto agent for most of the popnlsr Patent Medicines of the ( dty. Toys and an endless variety or usefbl and fancy notione not here enumerated. Physi- - cian's Prescriptions and Family Medicinea put up carefully and at short notice. Glass Cuttiog ( done to order al Ihe old slsnd. * • LUTZ. Bloomsburg, April 8, 1857. t BOOK, CARD* AND FJmCY (UODUB XPI22QSy , U>aS3rC3B>o THE PROPRIETOR OF THE,"STAR OF THE NORTH," Having added to :he fixtures of the "Sr*a" Office good and"b*tensive JOBBING MATERI- j AL, it prepared to execme all kinde of JOB PRINTING in the best CITY STYLE , and al short notice. Certificates of Stock and Deposite, Constitutions for Societies, i Bank Cheeks, Promissory Notes, Bail Road 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, AS PROMPTLY AND NEATLY PRINTED AS IN THE I CITY • The public are invited to call and see specimens, as we are determined to merit patron age by strict attention to business and superior workmanship. i New arrival of Spring and Summer Goods ! ! I 435 GSCEJO HAVE just received and opened their stock of merchandize for Sp-ing and Summer Bales, < which comprises the LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST assortment now offered in this TOWN! Having paid great attention to the selection of their entire stock, | as to price and quality, they flatlei themselves that thoy can compete with (be cheapest, > and all those wishi.lJ to bny cheap, can save money by giving u a call. VVe have all kinds of Goods and Ware* !P supply the wanta of the People. A very large lot of LADIES DRESS GOODS, French merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de bages, poplins, parametld cloths, mohair lustres, muslin de laines, Persian cloths, Ginghams, Caimoes, &c. WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars™pencers, handkerchiefs. Aouncihgs, bands and trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel j vet ribbon*, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread gloves, mohair mitts, &c., All kinds ot SHAWLS, brocfce, Bay State, Walerville, black silk, cashmere, Embroder td, &c. Also a very large assortment of cloths, caesimers, sattinetta, vestir.gs, tweeds; ieanß, beaver cloths, coating velvet, &c. BOOTS AND SHOES, OF ALL KINDS f SIZES FOR MEN WOMAN f CHILDREN We have a large assortment ol Hats 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, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, towelings, drillings, &c., in abundance. We invite our friends and the public generally to give us a call before purchasing else where. We have bought our goods at Lowest Cash Prices and will not be undersold by anybody, or the rest of mankind. Bloomsburg, April 15, 1857. • New Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods. ; DAVID LOWBNEEHG INVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fashionale vlothing at his More on Market street, two doors above the ''American House," where he has a full assortment of men ! and boy's wearing apparel, including IS ) A£SIII@SSAI£IL,IE MEIBS3 flox, sack, frock, gum and oil oloth coals of all sorts and sires, panes of all colors, shawls stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, slocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy articles. N. B. He will also make to order any article of clothing at very short notice and in fl the best manner. All bis clothing is made to war, and most of it is of borne manufac- r ture.. v Bloomsburg, April 1, 1857. g AC. MENSCH AT THE ARCADE STAND nAS just received and opened a full and large assortment OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which he will sell at the lowest living profit. His slock embraces stella, thibet and crape shawls, barege, barege detainee, tissues, lawns, debeges, crape orientals, alpaccas, &c SILKS.—A very handsome assortment of striped, plain, plaid and black silks, which lie intends to sell at veiy reduced prices. EMBROIDERIES. An immense stock of embroiJeties, such as embroidered handkerchiefs,collars, spen cers, sleeves, Swiss and jaconet edgings and inserting*, linens, cotton and thread laces, flounciugs and embroidered curtains. DOMESTICS—MusIins, drillings, tickings, checks, osnaburgs, bugging*, ginghams, flan nels, table diaper and ready-made bags. Men and Boys' Wear. Cloths, cussimeres, vestings, jeans, cotton ades, denims, bine 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' & Cbildrens' Shoes, which he will sell very cheap. GROCERIES. 162&. A lot of fresh sugars, molasses, J TEAS. COFFEE, FISH. SPICES &c. Also Hardware Qneensware,"iascsa Crockery and Woodenware. 17 Floor and Feed always lor sale at the lowest market prices for cash. Bloonasbnrg, April 29, 1857. THERMO AND $l5 SINGLE & DOUBLE THREADED EMPIRE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE! AN Agency for the sale ol these Machines for ibis and the adjoining counties can be secured on liberal terms by a personal appli cation to the subscribers, 6lh and Arch Sts., Philadelphia. No one need apply without capital sufficient to conduct the business properly, and witboct references as to relia bility and capacity. We posaitively assert that these Machines, for all purposes of FAMILY SEWING, are in every respect superior to arty Sewing Machine in market, (no matter at what priees they are bald at) and will wherever offered for sale command a ready and un limited demand. JOHNSON A GOOBELL. Philadelphia, Aug. 14, 1867,-lm. CHARLES STAHL, DOOK BINDER, has located in Blooms burg, where he will bind books, period icals and pamphleta in any desirable style and manner; and et reasonable prices. He will bind newspapers and magazines, plain, in library style or in morocoo ornamented. He has his place of busioesa In Hopkins ville with Mr. F. bier. Bloomsburg, July 13, 1857. HATS AND CAPS on hand aud for sab at the Arcade by May 47, 57. A- C. MENSCH. COLUMBUS MALE AND FEMALE CS3 LCD £33 SX2 78 Enzernc County, Pa. THE Trustees of this Inatitution respectfully announce, that it will bo opened for the reception of Pupils, of both seies. on Monday, October 20lh next, under the immediate care of Prof. JAMBS ANDERSON, as Principal. Mr. A. is a 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 COUHSE OF INSTRUCTION Will comprise Orthography, Definitions, Read ing, Penmanship, Etymology. Geography, Eng. G/ammar, Composition, Arithmelio Algebra. Geometry, Mensuration, Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, Surveying, Navigation, Astron omy, Ac. Book Keeping, History, Physiology, Natural, Intellectual, and Moral Philosophy, •nd Chemistry. Classes in the French, Spanish fy Latin I.anguages 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 also be given. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to young Ladies and Gentium n designing 'o qual ify themselves as Teachers. TERMS: FOUR, FIVE and SIX Dollais per Quarter in eccordance with the atudiea pursued, payable one half in advance and the balence etthe close of the Qusiter. GOOD BOARD can be had in the village at a moderate price. C#* Mr. A. will deliver en address on Physi cal, Intellectual and Moral education, on the day of commeneement, when hia method of imparting instruction will he iliuatraled, and the discipline end management of the cbool, fully explained. Parents, Guardians, and the friends of educa tion generally, are cordially invited to be pres ent. D. L. DHAPIN, | B. M. BTEVENS, JOHN KOONS. N- D. STILES. SILAS DODSON, I JOHN YAPLE, THOMAS PEALER, Columbus, Sept, 4, 1850. Trustees, Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given thai letters of ad ministration upon the estate ol John Welliver late'of Madison township, Colombia county, deceased, have been granted to lite under signed residing also in the said township ol Madison. All parsons indebted to the estate are requested to make payment without de- , lay, and l hose havingaceounts for settlement to present them to JOHN A. FUN STON, Administrator. Jerseylown, Aug. 14, 1887. FRESH ARRIVAL. A NEW lot of cheap mnsiins and prints just received bjr railroadand for sale by A. C.MENSCH. in nno *>ht and lap shingles 10l the Arcade by May 47, '57 A. C. MENSCH. T. EINGBFORD k lOX4 HAS established a greater celebrity thee baa ever been obtained by aey at bar Starch. This baa been lha raantt of its marked M periorily in qualHy, and ita invariable nl- Fomni'y. ... The pnblic may be asrnred of the eontw*- ance of the high standard now established. The production is over Twenty Tone dailyi and the demand has extended throughout the whole ol the United Stales, atid to lorotgia countries. Working thna on i eery large ecale, and onder a rigid system, they are able to secure a perfect and uniformity in inequality isroligh out the year. Thia is the great Detideratnnv in Starch-making, and is realized now lot the first rime. The eery beat starch ihatVian ba Made,and no otter, is always war ted by consumer*, and while this will ba supplied to them by the grocers, as soon as their customers has# learned which is the best, end ask for il— otherwise they would be likely to gal that article on which the largest profit can ba made. Mr. Kingsford haa been engaged in lira manufacture of starch continnously for lha last 27 years, and daring the Whole of tbe period, the slaroh made under hi* supervis ion haa been, bevond arw question, the beet *wi the market. Forthe first 17 years, he had ml charge of the works of Wilt. Colgate tt Co., at which period he invented the process of the manufacture of corn starch. W -Ask Jor Kingsford's Starch , at the nan m Oswego hat recently been taken by another/at torn. T. KINGSFORD & SON'S OSWEGO CORN STRRCti, (For Puddings, tfc,) Has obtained an equal celebrity with their Starch for the Laundry. This article is per fectly pure, and is, in every respect, equal ta the best Bermuda Arrow-Root, besides hav ing additional qualities whieh render il inval uable for the dessert. Potato Starch Iras been extensively packed and sold as Corn Siaroji, uu| hat given falee impressions lo many, as idVte teat merits of our.Corn Starch.- From its great dtlicdc#tnd partly, H is coming also inlo nxtenarvdnjs a* s diet lor infants and invalids. "M E. N. KELLOOP& CO.,'Agents. 198 Fulton# reel, N. T. ALLEN & NF.EDLnB, Agents, ' 23 South TVAarvßiJiPtlilad'a. July 28, 1857—3 m. ' / A Retired rh]|(ian / 75 YEARS OF A<MC. ■ V\ hose saitdt of life ItavS' rfesrly run oof. § discovered while in the East Indies, a cer tain oure for Consumption, Asthma, Bron chitis, Coughs, Colds, and General Debility. The remedy was discovered by him when his only child, a daughter, was given up lo die. He bad heard much ofihe wonderful restorative and healing qualities of prepara tion] made from the East India Hemp, tnd the thought orcurred lhai he thigh! make • remedy for his child. He sludied<;hard and succeeded in realizing his Wishes. His child was cured, and is now alive and well. HM has since administered the woaderfuMHßiL dy to thousands of sufferers • dgHNML the world and lie has never failed 4n them completely healthy aflMmtpr. VVtsn ing lo do as much good he will send to snclt of £is aflLcffl fellow-twinge as reqoesi it, '.his recipe? with fall and ex plicit directions for making jfjjp, snd success-- fully using it. He appllSfct to* inclose him one shilling—three cents to be returned as postage on the recipe, and the J remainder to be applied lo the payment y of this advorii-rmeut. Address M Dr. H. JAMES, No. lUirand Street, j * Sent. 23 -lrqJ J / V A Lf By virtue of sit order of the Orphan's Court of Colnrtlbitt county, Solomon Neyhard, Ad ministrator o! Benjamin Hayman, deceased, will, on SATURDA Y the 24th of OCTOBER, next, at J o'clock, P. M., expose to public sale upon the premises, in Orange township, Columbia county, at the late resilience of tbe decedent, the following real estate : A TRACT OF LAND, the east end of the farm, a'ljoitiing lands of Win. Delong, Jacob Raub, Wm. Mears, and other lands of B. Dayman's estate, and con mining 60 Acres and 104 Perches, on which there are erected a Frame House and a Barn. There Is a good sprinj of water on lite premises, and all kinds of fruit treeii About fifty acres are cleared land. At the same lime there will be sold . OadiXPSS. adjoining the above property, two of them oa the west containing respectively 6f and 7f acres: the other four on the south, containing respectively 5 acres 31 perohes, 5 acres 112 perches, 5 acres 126 perches, and 6 acres 99 perched, and adjoining lands of Benj S'.oiner, R. Ritler and D. Montgomery. , Ai the same time and place there will by sold the decedent's interest in a Limestone Quarry, in Centre township, said county; to wil, the undivided J of a quarter acre of ground. Late the estate of said Beni. Hayman, dfl* ceased, of Orange township, Columbia ro. SOLOMON NEYHARD, Adm'r. Orange township. Sept. 29, 1867. Full Stock of Fall Dry Goods. "C'YRE & LANDEIJ,, Fourth & Arch Rta., " Philadelphia, respectfully request Cask Buyers to examine a fine atock of Seaeonable Goods, adopted to Beat Pennsylvania Trad*. Full Line of Fall Oresa Goods. New designs of Fall Shawls. Good Black Silks of all widths. 4 Cases assorted French Memoes. 7 _ " Poil de Cbevres, New Goods. Brit sh and American Dark Prima. Satineite, Cassimeres, Cloths & Vesting*. Muslins, Linens, Flannels, Blankets, &c. N. B.—Auction Bargains from New York and this City daily received. Particular at tantion given to Country orders for deeirabla Goodg— Terms Nett Cash. Sept. 1, 1857—3m0a. COOPEKINCi. THE subscriber announces that ho will carry on the COOPERING BUBINEBB at hie brewery in Hopltlnaville. where he will make BARRELS, TUBS, KEGS, and everything in that line of business. Ho will also repair work of all kinds, and will do il skillfully and at fair prices. CHARLES W HASSERT, Bloomsburg, June 2, 1857. CANVASSERS WANTED? A lew competent agents wanted for tha Compr hensive Geography end History ancient and nf the World?' by S. G Goodrich, (Peter PaVtey); handsomely bound and pro leaely illustrated. Price (3. Sold only by Agents, tc whom tart inducements ara offer ed. Address, J. H. COLTON It CO. No. 172 William Street, New York. BLANKS! BLANKS!! BLANKS!! 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