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bloomsbYro, ta~ Uhl>.M>l>AY, FEB. 2, ISM). WE HAVE been requested to give notice through the STAR, that Dr. P. JOHN will de liver a lecture before the Young Men's Chris tian Association, on next Friday evening, (February 4th) in the Presbyterian Church of this place. We bespeak for the Doctor o good turn out. We learn that some malicious scamp en tered the Post Office at Williamsporl on last Sunday night and robbed it of about #1 50. It is a pitty Uncle Sam didn't catch them in the act. We also leant that some boys rob bed the contribution box of the Methodist Episcopal Church or the same place, but 'did not learn the amount taken from it. THE WEATHER for the past month has been more like spring weather than for January ; w hen we should have been enjoying good ► leighing we were experiencing mud in abundance—nothing but thaws ami freezes and rains from the beginning of the month to the end. Mr. February takes hold i f the reins rather mild and gently. MESSRS. Gttoss Jc SI-FIRMAN are busily en gaged in digging a Wen. on the lot of Mr. j Strawbridge A. Wilson, nearly opposite our Office. They have dug some forty feet, but found no water at that depth They are cap ital hands at well digging. TUB M. K. CONFERENCE will meet in W'il liamsport on the 2d of March next, when the appointments for the year will be made. It is hoped by the Press that the hospitality of the citizens of the place will be shown to the members, and thus mako their stay whilst among them, one ol pleasure. THE TYPOGRAPHIC ADVERTISER —a neat nnd j handsome paper of specimens—L. JOHNSON j A Co, Publishers, Philadelphia. This pa- j per has been published four years with sue- j cess, lor the benefit of the primers. THE STREET*.—Many a pedestrian is heard 1 to grumble at the bail condition of our street* and alleys, while the huge piles of ashes and dirt, of almost every conceivable quality. I lound at every turn, prove p'crfect eye-sores, ' not only to strangers but to our own citizens. SRNsini.f.-It is a fact worthy of remark that j the ladies are beginning lo discard paper soled shoes, and are now, the most ol them, not ashamed to wear shoos that will protect! their feet from cold and dampness. Some of them are not ashamed to wear calf-skin. ! Very sensible. Nothing more conduces to health than substantial "understandings," j and the ladies are deserving of a word in their favor having determined to give up the j lolly ol running almost barefooted. . FALSE FRIENDS—There is a class ol per sons in every community, who only make Iriemls to use them. If they can get noth- 1 ing oul of a man, they do not want his friend ship. Such people treat their friends like cigars—they hang on to them, get all the good of ihein, and then throwingthem away, spit after them ! But such men will-eventu ally reap the reward of their ingratitude, as certain persons in our town can testify. EFFECT OF HOOPS ON STARCH —Hoops have taken the starch oul of the petticoats, accor ding to the Buffalo Express, which states, on the authority of one interested in the busi ness, that a starch factory recently put in that city, with a capital of SBO,OOO, has sus pended operations, or is doing comparative ly nothing; and also that another celebrat ed establishment at Oswego, which has heretofore paid its ten per cent, dividends, is also running only at a vdty small rate,and such is said to be the case with these estab lishments throughout the country. Skirts having given place to wood and s'eel stiff, ness, the demand is now almost entirely limited to dickies, shirt collars and wrist bands. NEW MERCHANDIZE.— Stejihcn H. Aid er, ex- Sheriff ' has embarked in the mercantile bu siness, at the "Arcade," formerly occupied by Mr A. C. Mensch, in this place, with a good and rather extensive stock of entire new merchandise which he has just received Irom the eastern cities, and is prepared to sell goods at a figure lo suit purchasers. Mr. MILLER has had considerable experionce in the mercantile business ( consequently the public tnay rest assured by calling upon him, that their wants will be supplied in a man ner bestowing credit upon hint as well as other commercial dealers. TheSherifi hav ing a wide-spread circle of friends and ac quaintances, we can see no reason why he should not do a handsome business. He is honest, frank and upright in all his dealings; courteous and obliging in his manners, ami in every way calculated to deal with the common and the most fastidious. COURT will commence on Monday, the 7ih of February, instant, in this place. It will, as usual, bring a large number of peo ple from the country to town; and we hope thatj if any of our subscribers happen to bo amoag the crowd, they will not forget to give us a call (for we keep open doors) and leave a little of their spare ■ with the printer. A friend at our side, a rather ec centric fellow. just remarked: "I cant see "how you priiitore live—you have so many "little accounts scattered all over creation, "and so hard to collect money now-a-days. "I have large amounts Standing out, and "pretty plenty of them, and can't collect "enough to keep my family." To which ■we replied as follows: "My subscribers "are all pretty good pay, arid small debts "are more easily paid than large ones."— This ho thought must be the eatte. His countenance seemed to exhibit a wish that liis accounts were only smaller, instead of being so largo tlut he couldn't collect them us he wished. As next week is Court, some of my patrons will have an opportunity of barking up what we have said in regard to their being good pay, &c. Wu wama# j Attorney sit lasiw, j BLOOMSBURG, PA. Office in Court Alley, East of Court House. si.tM-;. j |>Y virtue of a writ of Vend. Exp. lo me ; " directed, will be exposed to puiilic sale I at the Court House, in Bloom-burg, on Moil- I day Ihe 7th of February, 1859, ai 1 o'clock, P. M., the following described leal estate, i to wit: All that rer'sin in lot or piece of land sit- t uale in Espy, boon township, Columbia co., containing one lourth ol an ncre more or less, bounded on the north by an alley, on tse south by Main sliest of said town, on the east by a lot nl Alfred Herkrnan and on the west by a Int of William I ranso, where on is erected a two story frame dwelling house with the appurtenances. | Seized taken ill execution and lo be sold as the property ol John Turner. ALSO, At 11-.o same time and place, all that certain lot or piece of land situate in East Blooms, burg, Columbia county, containing in (rout on Main street of said town, filiy feet, and in depth one hundred ami ninety feet, hotm - dpi! no Ihe north and south by 10-* of Caleb Burton, jr., A: Co., on Ihe east Main street of said tow n, on l lie west by an ain't, whereon is erected a two story Irarne dwelling hou.-e and frame stable, with tlip appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and lo be sold j as the property ol Caeoer I. Thomas. ALSO, At the same time and place, all that certain piece or parcel of land situate in Mifllin township, t'olu.tihia county, containing (if ■eon acres, be the same mote or less, all of | which ;S cleared land, wlteiemi is erected a I two story dwelling house, a log barn, a j frame wagon shed, and lior.-e stable, with the apptir'enanees, bounded on the north by land ot William N'. Brown, on the south by laud of Levi Creasy, on the west py land nl Jeremiah Zimmerman and 8. B. Angle, and oil Ihe east by land ol Daniel Noyer and Levi Creasy. Seized, taken in e.vectitinti and to be sold as the properly ot John Michael, jr. ALSO, At the same lime and place by virtue of . a writ ol Ft. Fa. to me directed, all that j tract of laud situate in Briarcreek township, I Colombia county, bounded by lands of Hen- I ry Rillenhouse, on ihe north west, on the I south eust by lands ol Isaac Cryder & W. J. j 1). Clemm, and on the north east by lands ol Gdhert Fowler and Henry Bri lain, con containing one hundred and fitly acres and ! thirty five perches, on which is erected a j i two story brick dwelling house, and a large ! ■ bank barn and other outbuildings, one hut;- ! dreil and lorty acres of which is cleared j , land. ALSO, | All those two in lots si nate in the bor-j ongh ol Berwick, between Front and Second Street, and fronting on Mulhnrry Street, Nos. 35 &36 being together ninety nine feet trout, am! one hundred and eiglt'y one and I a halt feel in depth, on which is erected a two story house, partly brick arid partly j frame, also a two story frame house and a small stable and other outbuildings, with j the appurtenances. I Seized taken in execution and to be sold i ! as the properly of J W. Bowman. ALSO, At tbe same time and place, by virtue of I a writ ol Lavari Facias, to me directed, alt j I that certain messuage or town lo' situate in Cetitrevtlle, in the township of Centre, and I Comity and State aforesaid, described as j follows, viz: —in Ihe general plan ot said Cernreville, the same being lot r.timber two, I beginning oti Fourth Strrei or Main public I road leading fioin Blnomsbu:g to Berwick, j thence by the same north fitly six and a half [ degrees, east seventy-nine feet and two i inches, thence by lot No. 3 south thirty-one j and a hall degrees, east one hundred and j ninety-eight feet, thence by alley number | i two, south fifty-six and a half degrees west, : .-e-etiiy-eight Icet ami eight inches, thence | bv lot number onp south thirty-one and three I quartet degrees wesi one hundred and iime- I ly-eight feet lo the beginni'-g. ' Seized, takon in execution and lo be sold us the property of Frederick Michael. ALSO, At the same time and place by virtue of a writ of Levaria Facius to me directed, j all that certain two story Frame House, I 20 by 26 feet, and Frame Stable, 21 by 20 j leet. contagions thereto siiuate on lots num | bercd 133 and 134, in Ihe plan of the town of Rupert, in t tie Township ol Montour, and I enmity aforesaid, and the lot or piece nf I ground and carii'age appurtenant to said building. Seized, taken in execution and lo be sold as the property of Henry Kisner. ALSO, At the same time and place all that cer ' tain tract ol land situate in the township of | Beaver, in said county, bounded and descri j bed as follows: beginning at a post a corner j ol land sold John Hanninger in a line nl I la"d surveyed in Ihe name ol Benjamin | Mnniich, thence lltrotigli said Benj. Mtn tiiek's tract by said Hamiinger's land, west | seven')' perches lo a stone in a line of said Mioniek's and Adam Sontas tract, thence I along said Adam Somas' tract, south nine I degrees east three hundred and five perehes j lo a stone, thence south, eighty-seven de grees east one hundred and forty-two per- I ctiHn to a pos', thence north seventeen degrs. I east, two hundred and sixty-three perches to stones, thence north one degree east twenty five perches to a chestnut, a corner of the said Benjamin Minnick's survey, thence by lands nl John Routs north eighty-nine de grees west one hundred and eigh'y-eight perches to stones, thence by the same north one degree east forty-four perches to Ihe beginning, containing three hundred and fif'y acres, strict measure. Seized, taken 'in execution and to be sold as the properly ol Ettas Miller. Sheriff's Office, ) JOHN SNYDER, Bloomsburg, Dec. 29 'SB. j Sheritf. ~BItiOOMSBUii©" - CABINET WAKE ROOMS. S- C- SlilVE, T> F.SPECTFULLY mules ihe attention of -■••'ihe I'ubltc lo his extensive assortment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which he will warrant made of good materials and in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish ment, ran always be lound a good assort ment ot FASHIONABLE FURNITURE. which is equal in style and fin ir.li lo that of Philadelphia or New York cities, and at as low prices. He has Sofa- of different style arid prices, from ¥25 to #6O. Divans Loun ges, Walnut and Mahogany, l'arlor chairs, Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing and purlin bureaus, sofa, card, centre anil pier tables, detashiK, cheffeniers, whatnetsj and corrodes and all kinds of fashionable work. His slock of buteaus, enclosed nnd ooinmon wasnstauds, dress-tables, corner cupboards solas, DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES, bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is the largest in this section ol the couniy. He will also keeps good assortment ol looking glasses with fancy gilt anil common frames He will also furnish spring mal'rasses fitted 10 any sized bedstead, which are superior for duiabilily anil comfort lo any bed in u*o. Dlootnsbttrg, January 13, 1858. sar ce> <o> oca oa =. Heal Estate of Henry Kitchen, deceased. COLUMBIA COUNTY, SS: —— The Comtnonwpalth of Pennsylva- | t j ilia to Mary Kitchen intermarried ' s ' J with David Risliel, residing in Uu ——- ion ooiniiy, Henry Kitchen, Catha rine, intermarried with Knock Riltpnhouse, Margaret J ine inlerinurried with I'hnmas M-ianwin residing in Wisconsin, Elizabeth Ann l'lnche. Ellen, John, Isaac arid Joseph, nnd Raphael who was intermarried witfi Ma* se Gibbs, ami died since the decoden 1 , lealinn Sarah wife ot William Weise. resi ding in Noilhnint'Prlaml comity ; Maria wile of Thomas Miller, in Montour county; Jane wile n f Vanillins, Norlhnmberlarid county ; Mary, Amanda, Johnston, Charily. Ann, Elizabeth, and George residing in Centre county, I'nan Kitchen one other sou of the said decedptil who is deceased lell issue Delilah intermarried with Jesse Mears, Elizabeth intermarried with James K. Eves, Nelson, William, Carolina, l'llidetice inter married with Johnston Taylor, Montour co.; Edith intermarried with N.Villiam Johnston, who died before the decedent, leaving eight children, Isaac, Nelson, Franklin, Wilson, Rebecca wife of Ira l'nrsell, Catharine, Har riet and Hannah, all of whom reside in Columbia county, Sarah intetmarried with John Armstrong, who died leaving issue, Kitchen, Augustus, fleeter Ann, ond Deli lah Jane, Mary, wile of John Welliver resi des in Michigan; Charles, son of Isaac, died leaving a son named Isaac ; Raphael, a daughter ol the decedent, interrnnrried with Joseph Pnrsell, died belore the dece dent, leaving Rot-erl, Daniel, Joseph. Jock son, Fnpliemia inlertnarrieii with Samuel Kck. Nancy itiierniartied witn Allpniigb, bydia wife of Jefferson Thomas, George, Henry, Daniel, Joseph, Jackson nnd Char lot e, Elizabeth one other daughter nf the decedent intermarried with I.eabend, died alter the decedent, leavme Agnes wife ot Fisher, Montour county, Elizabeth wile of Peter I'ulper, Nancy, Joseph and James, Mercy one other ol the daughters ol the de cedent intermarried with James Whipple, and left issue, Uetlutel. Isaac, Mary wife ol William Low, Jane wife of Robert johnston, Levina wile of Jacob Long, and Sarah wife of Matliew Hogelaud, Mary one other of the daughters ol the said decedent, inter married with James Whipple, and left issue Mercy, Edith, Elizabeth wife of Jackson Shannon, and Ruth Ann wife of Zebulen Stnibz, Grand children and heirs ol Henry- Kitchen, deceased. Von and each of you are hereby commanded lo be and appear at v onr Orphans' Court, to be holdett at Bloomsburg, in and for said county, on the first Monday ol February next, then and there to accept or refuse to lake the Real Estate of Henry Kitchen, deceased, at the valuation put upon it by an Inquest duly awarded by this Honorable Conrt, or shew cause why the same should lint he sold.— Witness ihe Honorable Warren J. Wood ward, Esquire, President of our said Court at Bloomsburg, the elpvptilh day of Decem ber, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight. Sheriffs Office. J JOHN SNYDER, Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 'E9. j Sheriff. REGISTER'S NOTICE. FNJOTICE I-hereby given to all'legatees, creditors and other persons interested in I the psia'ps of the respective decedents and minors, that the following administration and guardian accounts tiavp been filed in the office of the Register of Columbia enmity, and will be presented lor confirmation and allowance to the Orphan's Court, to be held at Bloomsburg, in the comity aforesaid on Wednesday lite 9lh day of February next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. 1. The account of Abraham Robbins, Ad ministrator of the estate of Thomas Robbins late nf Fishingcreek township, dee'd. 2 The second account of George B Say. bert. Executor of the last will and testa ment of Nicholas Seybert late of Briarcreek township, dee'd. 3. The account of Jacob W. Diettertch, Guardian of the person and es-ate of Charles M. Dielteiich, Matilda Dictlerich and Mary Catharine Dietterieh, minor children of Eliza Dictlerich lute of Briarcreek township, dee'd. 4. The account of Richard Demon. Ex ecutor of the last will and testament nf Jacob Swisher late of Madison township, dee'd. 5. The second account of John K. Grotz, and J.imcs Barton, Expcntors ol the last will and testament of Klisha H. Biggs late ot Bloomsburg, in the county ol Columbia, dee'd. 6 The account nf Aaron and Samuel Musgravp, Administrators of the estate ol Isaac W. Musgravo, late ol Mountpleasant township, dee'd. 7. The account of William G Hurley & Samuel Creveling, Administrators of Ihe estate of Alexander Creveling late of Cen tre township, dee'd. 8. The acrnunt of Samuel Mentlenhall Guardian of the person and estate of Sarah Daniels a minor child ol William Daniels late'ol Bloom township, dee'd. 9. The account nf Dr. William H. Magill and George A. Friek, surviving Executors of Daniel S. Montgomery, late of die bor ough of Danville, dee'd., of their receipts I and payments since the settlement by said : Executors and Jacob Hibler Ihe other Exec- ' ! utor. t i 10. The account of Leonard B. Rupert 1 Guardian of the parsons and estates nl Jo septi Walter, Mary Ann Walter, Daniel Walter ifhd Samuel Walter, minor children nf Salome Walter, late of Montour township, I dee'd. j 11. The account ol William Hagenbuch, ] j Guardian of Eliza Hess, late Eliza Hagen- i ! bnch and grand child of John Knorr, dee'd. | 12. The second account of James S. Woods j Administrator of the estate of John Lazarus j late of Orange township, dee'd. | 13. The account ot John Freas, Guardian ot the person and estate ol Reuben Knorr a minor child nf Peter Knorr, dee'd., as filed by George 11. Freas and Henry C. Freas, Administrators of John Freas, dee'd. 14. Tire account ot Daniel Kostenbader Administrator of the estate ol Henry Kns lenbailerlute of Maine township, dee'd. 13. The account of Daniel Koslenbader, Administrator of the estate of William Kos lenhwler late of Maine township, dee'd. 16. The account of l'eter Fisher and Wil liam T. Shnman, Executors of the estate of Jacob Fisher, late ot Maine township, dee'd. 17. The account of John T. Funsioii and Nicholas F. Barber. Administrators with the will annexed of Jotni Funslon, lute of Mad ison township, dee'd. Register's Office, j DANIEL LEE, Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1839. j Kcgister. NiwiICISI YAIi OF FALL & WINTER GOODS, TAVID ICVFEITEERG INN 11 KS attention lo his stock ol cheap and fashionale clothing at his siorron Market street, two doors above the 'Amer ican House,' where he has a full assort ment of men and boy's wearing apparel, including the most fashionable LJDU?C£S3S3 C<2<E>Sit2S3 0 Box, sack, frock, gum nnd oil cloth coals of ull sorts and sizes, pants of all colors, shawls, stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cra vats,stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy articles. N. B. He will also make lo order any article of clothing at very shortnotice and in the best manner. All his clothing is made to wear, and most of it is of home manufacture. DAVID LONVENBERG. Blooms-burg, April 1, 1857. New Arrival of Fall and Winter J C£> C<D OD S -JD £23 „ IttcKFFVY, EAIi & CO., nAVK just received and opened iheir stock ot Merchandise for sale, which compri ses the LA KG EST, Cheapest, and handsom est assortment now offered in litis TOWN.— Having paid great nl'etition to the selection ol their entire stock as to Price and finality, they Hatter themselves that they can compete with the cheapest nnd r'! those wishing to hoy cheap, can save money hy giving tts a call. We l ave all kinds of goods and wares to supply the wants of the people. A very large and complete assortment ol LADIE'SDREFS GOODS. French Meiiltoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bom baxines, de bases, poplin* parnmella cloths, mohair Ins'res. mnslin de laities, I'etsiaii cloths, Ginghams, Cahcocs, &c. WHITE GOODS OK ALL KINDS, Sleeves,- Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs. Bouncings, bands and trimmings, laces ami edgings,bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vol vet ribbnrts, and braids, kid, cotton, lisle thread gloves, tnohair mi'ts, &e. ALL KINDS OF SHAWLS, j broclte, liav State, Waterville," black silk, | cashmere, emhroderpd, &e. Also very largo largp assortment of Cloths, casimers, satinets, vesting*, tweeds, jeans, coaling vel vet, beaver cloths, &e. EK&QEB £ ancms of all kinds and si/es for men, women and children. We have a large assortment nl HATS and CAI'S of the latest fashion. We have also, Hardware, Queetisware, Cedar ware. &e. Very cheap UAKPETS, CARPET-HAGS, FLOOR, table and carriage oil clorhs, mats, rugs, bas kets, &c. Muslins, flannels, tickings, dia pers, toweling*, drillings, &e , in abundance. We invite onr Irionds and the pnblic gen erally to give ns a call before purchasing elsewhere. We have bought onr goods at the LOWEST CASH PRICES and will not be undersold by anybody or the resi of man kind. WeKELVY, NEAL & CO. Bloomebnrg, January 13, 1758. GROCERY, ItAKCKY AMI CONFECTIONERY. Main Sheet, llloumsbitrg, one door below Iron Street. THE undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of Hloornsburg, and Die public ill general, that they have formed a partnership under the name and firm of Moyer & Shel don, and have just opened irt their spacious new Store House, the OROCERY, BAKERY & CONFECTION ERY BUSINESS, On an extensive scale in all their various de partment*, and h great variet es, where they will always be pleased to meet their friends and administer to their creature comforts. Tltpir groceries are all fresh, and of the choicest kinds, have been selectod with ; much care, Bnd will be sold for oasb, al the i "lowest living prices." Their Bakery is entirely new, constructed after the most modern improvements and ill be under the superintendence of "inns r workmen." Their confectionery is manufactured by themselves with rare and cleanliness—and | cannot be surpassed by the most improved importation*. OYSTER SALOON AND RESTAURANT. They have also fitted up a most magnificent Restaurant anil Oyster Saloon, occupying the entire space of the (up stairs) second floor, with splinter new fixtures and finishings, where they will be happy to serve their cus tomers with choice Oysters, wholesale and retail. N R—A Ladies' Saloon separated from ' the General Restaurant, has also been pre pared for their special accommodation. ALBERT MOYER, E. M. SHELDON. Bloomsburg, Oof. 27, 1858. , NEW STORE AYR JOSEPH SHARPI.KSS has just received j •* and opened out al his New Store on Main ! Street, Bloomsburg, (joining the Star office,) a lull assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, fresh from the cities of New York and Phil adelphia, which he vviil sell at the very | lowest living profit. Hi* stock embraces 1 s-ella, thibet and crape shawls, barege, ba- ; rege delaines, tissues, lawns, debages, crane oriental*, alpaccas, &o SILKS.— A very handsome assortment of striped, plain, IMaiil and Black Silks, which he intends to sell al reduced prices. EMBROIDERIES.—An immense stock of embroideries, such as embroidered hand kerchiefs, collars, spencers, sleeves, Swiss arid jaconet edgings and inserting.*, linens, cotton and thread laces, flouncing* and em broidered curtains. ; DOMESTIC'S—MusIins, drilling*, lick- I inga checks, osnaburgs, baggings,gingham*, flannels, table diaper and ready-made bags. CLOTHS, C A SSI ME RES, , Vesting*, jans, eottonades, denims, blue I drillings, cotton plaids, be. A good assort ment ol new style carpels and oil cloths, table and carriage oil cloths, nta.s, rugs, baskets, be. GRCCEHIES ■ and Hardware ol every description, such as | Sugars, Molasses, Teas, Coffee, Fish, Spice, | Salt, Nails and Spikes, Iron and Steel, Hard- : ware, Qneensware, Crockery and Wooden-! wate. Also, a good lot of Men and Boys' Hals and Caps, Boots and Shoes, of all kinds and sizes lor Women and Children, lo suit I the niost fastidious. He invites his friends and the pnblic lo give Itim a call before purchasing elsewhere. He lias bought goods at the lowest cash prices, and is determined to not be undersold by anybody or "the rest of mankind."— I Country produce laker, at the market prices] in exchange for good*. J. SHARPLESS. i Bloomsburg, Nov. 24, 1858. Graiifl Jurors,—Feb. Term, Bloom—David Lnwenberg, Peter H. Freeze, j Samuel Shaffer. Beaver—Henry Hinderlider. Cattawissa—William Creasy. Getnre—Elias Creasv. Franklin—Reuben Kni'.tle. Fishingcreek—John McMichal. Greenwood—Hickson Kitchen, Joseph Van horn. Hemlock—Hugh Hartman, William Apple man. Locust—Jacob Idler, Joseph Cleaver, Daniel Miller. Maine—Reuben Sltnman. Mount Pleasant.—Benjamin Kisler. Mifflin—Christian Wolf. Madison—Emanuel Sidler. Orange—Emanuel Lazarus, Samuel Conner. Roaringcreek —Peter Levatt. Sugarloaf—Shaderick Hess. Scott—Reese Fairman. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. THE annual meeting of the Columbia co. Teachers' Association will be held in Mr. L. Appleman's School Room,atl.ight Street, on SA TURDAY, Feb. sth. commencing at 10 A. M. All TEACHERS, and friends of education, ure earnestly solicited to be pres ent, as matters of importance will be pre sented. The members of the Executive Committee will please meet at 9i, A. M. By order of the Ex. Committee. T. M. POTTS, Chairman. . §THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OP THE AGE. JAIR KENNEDY ol Roxbury has iliKJOvnr * * * e ♦ in one of onr rommo i pasture wed.* a remedy (Hat euros EVERY KIND OF HUMOR FROM THE worst scrofula down to a common pimple. He has tried it in ovpr eleven hundred ea*es. and never failetl except in two rases, both, thunder rumor, lie has now in hi* possession over one hundred cerlifi rates of its valne, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nurs ing sore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two or three bottles will clear the sys tem of biles. Two br tiles are warranted tocure thewor*l canker in the month or stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted to cure the worst wind of Erysipelas. One or two bottles ara warranted lo cure all humor in the eyes- Two hollies are warranted to core running of the ears and blotches in the hair. Four to six bottles tire warranted to cure corrupt and running ulcers. One oottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the worst kind of ringworm. I wo or three bottles are warranted to cure J thp most despera-e case of rheumatism- Three lo four bottles ate warranted to cure ' salt Rheum. Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case of scrofula. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. ROXBURY MASS. Dear Madam—The reputation of the Med- j ieal discovery, in curing all kind of humors, is so well establishvd by the unanimous voice of all wtio have ever used it, that I need not say any thing on (he subject, as the moat skilful physicians and the most careful Druggist in lite country are unani mous in its prai*e. 11l preserving the Medical Discovery (o 1 your notice, I do it with a full knowledge of its curative power, in relieving all, and cur ing most ol those diseases ;o which you are unfortunately so liable. The most excruct ating disease to an affectionate mother, NURSING SORE MOUTH, Is cured as tl by a miracle; your own tem per is restored to its natural sweet-ess, and your babe from short and fretful mips to calm and sweet slumber*; and the medical discovery becomes a fountain oI blessing to I your husband and ho its It old, lu the advanced stages of J A N li F R it extends to the stomach, causing DYSPE P S I A, which is nothing bnt canker on the stomach then to the intestine* and Kidney*, cren'ing a sinking, gone leeliitg, and an in difference even to the cares of your family. Your stomach is RAW AND INFLAMED, your food distresses you, and you can only take certain kinds, and even of that your sy-lern does riot get half the nourishment it contains as the acrtmonotis fluid ot the cank er eels it up; then your complexion loses its bloom and beromessallow and greenish, and your best day is gone. For want of nourish; ment your sy stem becomes loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body become* relaxj ed. Ther. follows a train of disease which the Medical Discovery is peculiaily adapted to CURE; Palpitation of the heart, pain in the side, weakness ol the sniue and small ol the buck, pant of the hip joint when you re- ; t'.re, irregularity ol the bowels, and also, thai j most excruciating of disease, the VI L F S. How many thousands ol pnor women are t suffering trocn this disease and pining away j a miserable life, and their next door neigh- j bor does not know the cause, I wish to im- i press on \ our mind that good old proverb.' "An ounce of prevention is better than a - pound of cure.'- In the Mcriirnl Discovery yon have both the preventive arid the cure, with ibis great anil good quality, that '.t will never nnderuny circumstances, do you any injury. No change of diet ever necessary—eat the best yon can get and enough of it. Directions for nse.-l-Atlulis one tablespoon- ; ful per day. Children over ten years dessert ] spoon (nl. Children from live to eight years, , lea spoonful. As no directions cut be applt cable to all constitutions, take sufficient to i operate oil the bowels twice a day. Yours truly, DONALD KENNEDY. ] Price ffl.oo per bottle. F'or sale by J. R. i M yer, E. P. Lutz, Agents for Bloomsburg. Sold by all the Druggists throughout the country, in genpral. Jn. 28, 'SB. D EHTISTE. Y7 ' El. C\ HOW lilt, SURGEON DENTIST, |> ESPECFULLY offer* his (TOytfEfyv professional eivicesto the ' ' ladies and gentlemen ol Blooms burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend to all the various operation* in Dentistry, and is provided with the latest improvep PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inser I led oil pivot or gold plate, lo look as well as I natural. , A superior article of Toi'.h Powders, al ways on hand. Ail operations on the teeth warranted. I Office, 3d building above S.A.Wilson's Carriage Manufactory—Main St., west aide. Bloomsburg, January 13, 1858 NEW AAIBROTYPE SALOON IK BLOOMSBURG. Henry Rosenstock, of Philadelphia, res pectfully informs the citizen* ol Bloomsburg und vicinity, that he has removed his DAGUERREIAN GALLERY, in the rooms lately occupied by I'. Unangst as shoe shop, and is prepared lo take pic tures, which will surpass anything ol the kind ever seen in this place. Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, now is the time to procure one ot those imperisha ble Amhrntypes. and thus secure the teaiures of beloved iriends. Life is uncertain; but Ambrotypes are lasting. All ore invited to coll and' examine speci mens. [Oct. 6, 1858. EXECDTOR'S NOTICE. TVOTICE is hereby given that letters testa meniary lo the Estate of William Stall, of Briarcreek township, Columbia county, deceased, have been granted to the subscri bers. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same, to present them, to EDWARD STALL, WILLIAM EDWARDS, January 5, 1839. Executors. iflccfing of" (he Agricultural Society. THERE will be a Special Meeting of ihe Columbia couniy Agricultural Society, held iH the Couri House, Ui Bloomshnrg. on Sat urday, February 5 b, 1850, at 2 o'clock, P. M., lor the purpose of taking steps towards the revision ol ihe Consolation, the appoint ment of an Executive Committee, hearing the report of the Committee on Charier, &c. The members are respectfully reques ted to attend. I'. JOHN, Pres'l. Bloomshnrg, Jan. 22, 1859 'JTYiiI Term, '."59 1 Deborah Cullender Admiu'irix of Barua has Lallelider V* Willi un K Peterma'i. 2 Twp ol Cmiyngliam v* Jacob Dirk et ai 3 ll"tij l'elerman vs David Gold-'r. 4 John Johnson vs Daniel Z sigler 6 Samuel B. Seyberi vs WallaueSeyber'. 6 A . W. Cramer vs Isaac Yeiter. 7 Peter Lougeiibergcr vs Wm. I.ongen berger. . 8 Amos W. Cramer vs. Charles B.Troy. 9 John Bernet vs Benjamin Winter-teen. 10 Jaeksoti Karns vs (ieorge If Brown. 11 Franklin Shutnatt v Dull, Creswell R Dull. 12 Christian Wolf v* Dull, Creswell & D ill 13 Benjamin Alfred Cole vs Win Simon*. 14 Joseph 1' Shuinan vs Nail, Crwswil & Dull. 15 John Hughes vs David Reinbolil. 16 Uriah M E Igar %'s S. A. Wortnan ei al 17 L. B. Roiier. vs Eaekawaiina & B- It. R 16 An Irexv Creveling (Irs do do 19 Lewis Kirk el al vs Hiram B. Ereasetal 20 L. B. Rupert et al vs Washington Lee. 21 Harmon G Creveling vs Jno. Jessop et al 22 Mary Kit kens vs Elijah Kiekctis. 23 Slrawbndge A. \\'il*i n vs Wm Pobison. 24 George Strieker vs Stephen ILilJy. 25 Henry M. Fuller vs N'aihan Sleeker. 26 Jonas Price vs John Price Adm r. 27 Geo. H F'reas vs Geo. lislloid. Uioomsburg Jan. 17, 1859. Traverse jurors, ITb. Term Bloom—Richard Plummet. Bor. Berwick—John J MeHeury. Brieroreek—William Erwiite. Beaver—Daniel Sinsley. t'enlre—Wesley B Freas, Geo. Kelehner, jr. Fishingcreek— Jacob Farber, William blott er, Daniel M-irkle. Gieenwuoit—Peter Bittenbender, Satn'i Gil laspie, Calob F. Moore. Hemlock—Reuben Botuboy, Veniab Reuse, Jacob Harris. Locust—John Kline, Jese John, Peter K. Herbein. Maine—John Harmony, Jacob Brown, Clia*. Fiher. Madison—John Fruii, Conrad Kramer, Wm Shnl'z. Mifhin—John Aten, Christian l.uiz. Montour-—John G Quick. George Yost. Mount Pleasant—Daniel Vanderslioe. Orange—Ehgah (4 Rickell*. Pine—Adam liobb, John Lnckard. Sugarloal—Grin Paiks, Benjamin Peteiman, Ezra Slepliens. Scon—George John. IRON CITY fOLLEGE. PiTTsßuiinw, Pa. • • • Chahtf-hko 1855. 300 Students t.ll ending January, 1858. I iXTow the largest and most ihornngh Cotri menial School el the U. Slates. Young men prepared for actual duties of the Count ing Room. J. tl. Smith, A. M. Prof, of Book-keeping and Bfience of Accounts. A. T. Douthel, Teacher of Arithmetic and Commercial Calculation. J A. Heydrick and T. C. Jenkins, Teach ers of Book keeping. A Cowlew and W. A Miller, Profs, of Penmanship. single ami double entry Bool; keeping, as oseil in every department nl business. Com mercial Arithmetic—rapid business writing —detecting counterfeit money—mercantile enrre-pondenee—commercial law are taught, and all other subjects necessary lor Ihe suc cess and thorough education of a practical business mail. £1 PREMIUMS 13SS. Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh for the past three years, also in Eastern and Western cities, lor best writing, not en graved xvnrk. IM PGR I'ANT 1N FORMATION. Students enter ai any time—No vacation— Tune unlimited—Review al plea*uro—Grad uate* assisted iri obtain log situaiions —ra- tion for full commercial ronr*e, £35 1)0 Average time H to 12 weeks—Board $2 ftp per week—Stationery, S6.oo—Entire cost, 861) 00 to #7O 00 Ci*" Ministers' Sons received at half price For Card—Circular—Specimens of Busi ness and Ornamental Writing—inelose two stamps, and address F. W.JENKINS. Oct. 6, 1858. Pittsburgh, Pa. HEALTH WITHOUT ITIYSIC ; A PUIZK KSSA ON KbKVOUSDISKASJiS. Just published, the 25th ihousand, in a sealed envelope, price 10 cerils; or sent, postpaid, hy the Publishers, lor 3 stamps : A Medical Essay on Ihe Physical Exhaust ion and Decay cf the frame from Indul gence, Infection and die injurious conse quences of Mercury, with the modern means of cure. Bv R. J. CULVER WELL, M D. Members of the Royal College ot Sutgeon-, ice., Re., &e. * # * Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal F.miss ion*, Nervous Debibty, Impotency, Loss of Energy, Depression of Spirits, Timidity, Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and Impedi ments In Marriage generally are piomplly arid effectually cured by Ihe Author's novel and most successful mode of treatment, by means of which the Invalid can regain pristine health without having recourse to ditngerons and expensive medicines. Frem the Loudon Lancet.— "The best trea lies ever written on a subject of vital impor ; lance to all, well worthy die Author's exalted reputation." Address the Publishers: C. J.C.KLINE & Co., Ist Avenue, cor. 19th Slreet, Post Box 4586, N. Y.Cily. [Dee. 22, '58.-3mos. Tinware & Move Establishment. vjMfE UNDERSIGNED respectfully fn * Inrms his old Iriends and customers, that he ha* purchased his brother's interest in the above establishment, and the con cern will hereaher be conducted by himself exclusively. He has just reeoived and of lers lor sale the largest and most ex tensive assortment oIFANCY SI'OTES ever introduced into this market. Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on hand and manufactured to order. All kinds ol repairing done, as usual, nn short notice. The patronage of old (rier.il* and new cus tomers is respectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT* Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1853. tf. rpRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS, fancy arti -L clea, a good assonmenl ol Hosiery of too best quality; also gloves, mitis, baskets, La bns, Combs, dre*s trimming* and lining#, sewing silk, Kiread, eto., etc., to be had nexl door to the "Exchange." AMELIA D. WEBB. Bloomeburg, May 2.*, is s ?- Itl.OOtlSlHltt* ORNAMENTAL MARBLE WORKS. THE undersigned has opened in Bloom*- burg, a Marble Yard in Courl Alley, easl of llie Court House, mid has secured the ser vices of JOHN H. YOUNG, formerly "I Berwick, as foreman. Mr Young's qualifi caiiori" need no recommendation. He is prepared to furnish Plain and Ornamental Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Mantels, Sills, I,inlets, BUREAU, STAND, AND BAR TOPS, &C. The best Italian and American Maitde will tie kept on hand. Particular intention will On paid to lettering anil carving head atone*. All are invited t > call, as we can furnish work ns cheap as any establishment in the uouniry. J*. C. SHIVE. Blooms burg, flee. 15, 1858. (.ITI;LNHOOD SEMINARY," Arm COLUMBIA COUNTY NORMAL INSTITUTE, r I ill K next Quarter altnis liislilutiun, will ■ couiii.ei.ee on the IH'lt nl August, and furmiuale on il.e 29th ol October. The at tention ol Toucher" is p.r'icularly directed •o the advantages of a course cf Norma! in struction during thi quarter. Some have already encaged, and nil oilier' who desire 10 j iin the Class, should make early uppli caliiin to the Principal. All who atleml should make arrangements in commence wuh the quarter, or they will sustain a pos itive loss. TERMS :—About S3O pprfjquarier. for nil expenses, t alslogues w ill he sent to nil who apply lor iliem. \VM. BURGESS Principal. T. M. I'OJ IS, Piwplor. Mdlville, July 7, 1858. 'ADMINISTRATOR S NOT 11E. ESTA 'I JC OF NOAH S. PR EN'TIS, DEC!) *l.l. persons iuiere'tet will lake notice s* that let'ers of Administration to the Estate of Noah S. I'reolis, late ol Bloom township, Columbia county, deceased, has been granted by the Regt-tor ol Columbia oouniy, to the undersigned, living in Bloom*- burg, in said enuiily. All persons having claims or riemand* against inn esia'c ol the decedent, are requested l pcoseni them in the Administrator, duly guested, iviihout delay, and nil persons Indebted to the esta .r arc notified io make payment forthwith. J M ('HEM BERLIN, Blonmsbura, Nov. IP, 1858. Adm'r. LIGI!T STRI;I:T IH>TEI„ ~ D. L. EVERHARI", Puopriktoh. 'IIHE Proprietor ol this hotel takes plena- I ure in announcit g to the public dial I e sill! occupies this large and commodious tiou-e in Light Street, Pa., am! j* jet, as ev er, pre paired to accommodate traveler*, teamster*, drovers ami borders, with accom modation* thai will favorably compare with any hotel in this section ot country. The traveling public, may depend on all comforts al home, as bis house is well tumi-hed an I always kept in order. Ills lahle and bar will always be found furnished wi'h die best the markut altbids. Mr. K. will ever be happy to entertain and accommodate his Irictids to the utmost of his ability. D. L. EVERHARJ'. Light Street, Pa.. Nov. 2d, 1858. if" The Proprietor of the above house, having no desire to continue in the ho'lel business, will sell the properly ai private sale, upon reasonable terms. The stand i a good one, with stables and all the neces sary outbuildings; all ol which are in good ci infuioii. To ntjy person wishing to em haik in 1118 bn.-iiitiss, it is a good locality, and a desirable place. OYSTI2 ISM l OVSTERb l" PEOPLE'S RESTAURANT. THK underf IHIIH'I respect hilly ir.forms her friend* and the public in general, thai *he ha- reopened h* Oyster Hint Kating Saloon, in t tie basement ol the KxHiangn Block, in Bluotntburs, for the Fall Campaign, where may always be had QD^-s3t2cs>o?s3s) Wholesalaai.il reuul, by ihe bushel, can or pla.e, served up in superior style, with ail ihe requisite fixings, to satisfy die wants ui the mn-i fastidious epicures. TiT Step in ni die neople's reslanriini; MRS. CAROLINE CLARK llloomburg, Out. 27, 'SB. PRICES REDUCER. Gv,, The subscriber respecifully inloims , '*° Pfhlic, that lie is prepared w i n tools ai d materials lor ALL kinds ot Watches ami Jewelry; for Mu.-ieal instru ment*, &e., &c. Store* of Watches, with die death warrant stamped upon diem by our bes' workmen, has ho restored io a use ful and lasting lilt', and supplied with a vlg emits pulsation. His establishment us well as hishumc In fig (roe of rent or any encum brance, he call work lor u very moderate compensation. By punctuality and a con stant desir-i to plea*e his Irien.ls and cn.ti mcr*, he hopes lor a continuance ol thai lib eral patronage which he is now so thankfully enjoying. Gold and Silver plating of any thickness done : new Watches lor vale: nil kinds of Waich glass-?- on hand; Spectacle* of all numbers tor sale, and glasses changed ,o *iiit iiuv ate ; also, glasses put into Spec tacle (rames. Older* and pm lues taken in exchange for work. HENRY ZUPPINGER. Uioomsburg, Dec. 1, 1858. PETLKSOVS MAGAZIM:. sciisrinnr. Foil 1859. T.,i* popular Monihy Magazine will be greatly enlarged lor 1859. It will contain nearly lOdO pages ; from 25 to 30 slsel Plate* : and about 800 Wood Engravings— and all llii* for only Two Dollars a year.— This is more, proportionately, than any Magazine ever gave—hence ' Peterson" i emphatically the Magazine for the times. In addition to the u*nnl quantity ol Tales, Pome*..fee , There will be given Th ec On uinal Novelets: viz : ".Indian," by Mrs. Ann S Stephens , "The Old Stone Mansion," by Charles J. Peier-im ; and "Helen Gratme, ' by Frank Lee Benedict. ' Peterson's Mag azine" is conceded to have no rival fr US COLORED FASHION PLATES.' Each number containing a Fashion Plate, engraved on Steel and colored; also, a doz en or more New Styles, engraved on Wood. Al*o, a Pattern, from which a dress, man tilla or child's costnm can he cul nut with out the uut of a maniua-maker It is also unrivalled for its magnificent Mezzotints . l'aitcrn for Ihe Work Table! Patterns tor Bonnet*, Cloaks, Dresses, &e. Household and olher receipts. .... . 13T II is Ihe be-l E"'v Magazine in Ihe World Try U for One Year. TE'.tMS Always in advance. One copy*, for t "'" ) e ' ,r > Three copies, for one year, 5 01) Five copies.l°r one year, 750 Eight copies, for one year, 10 00 Sixteen copies, fm one year, 20 00 Plemiums for Clubs —Three, five, or ix leen copies make a Club. To every per son Belling us a Club, our "Album lor '59" will be given, gratis; or, it.preferred, an extra copy of the Magazine |jr 1859, in addition. Address, pnst-pai I, CHARLES J. PETERSON, 906 Chestnut Sireel, Philadelphia. Specimens senl gratis. LARGE lot of No. I, 2, & 3 Mackrel, also, White Fish, Cod Fish and Herring, juet received and for sale by I May 27, '57. A. C. MENSCH.