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HEALTH OH SICKNESS ?
Choose Between Them. HOLLOW AY'S PILLS. The blood furnishes ihe material of every bone, muscle, gland and fibre in the human flame. When pure, il secures health lo every organ, when corrupt,il necessarily pro duces disease. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS ope rate directly upon the elementsol the stream of life, neutralizing the principle of disease, and thus radically curing the malady, wheth er located in the nerves, the stomach, the liver, the bowels, the muscles, the skin, the brain, or any other part of the system. USED THROUGHOUT THE WORLD ! Hollow-ay's Pills are equally efficacious in complainta common to the whole human race, and in disorders peculiar to certain climates and localities. ALLARMING DISORDERS. Dyspepsia, and derangement of the liver, the source of infirmity and suffering, and the cause of innumerable deaths, yield to these curatives, in oil cases however aggra vated, acting as a mild purgative, alterative and tonic ; they relieve the bowels purify the fluids, and invigorate the system and the constitution at the same time. GEN ERA L WEA KN KSS-NEItVOUS COMPLAINTS. When all stimulants fall, the renovating and bracing properties of these Pills give firmness lo lite shaking nerves and enfee bled muscles of the victim of general debility. DELICATE FEMALES. All irregularities and ailments incident to Ihe delicate and sensitive organs of the sex are removed or prevented by a lew doses o( these mild, but infallible alteratives. No mother who regards her own or tier chil dreri's health should fail lo have litem with in Iter reach. SCIENTIFIC ENDORSEMENTS. The London "Lancet," the London "Med ical Review," and the most eminent of Ihe faculty in Grert Britain, France and Germa ny, have eulogized the Pills and their in ventor. Hollbways Pills are Ihe best remedy known in the world for the following distases : Asthma Diarrhma Bowel Complaints Dropsy Coughs Debiliy Colds Fever anil Ague Chest Diseases Ferna'a Complaints j Cosliveness Headaches Dyspepsia Stone and Gravel Influenza Secondary Symptoms Inflammation Venereal Affections Inward Weakness Worms of all kinds Liver Complaints, Lowness of Spirits, Piles. py CAUTION !—.None are genuine un less the words " Hollowoy, New Yoik and London," are discernible as a I VaUr-Marli in every leaf of the book ol directions around each pot or box ; the same may be plainly seen by holding Ihe leal to the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one rendering such information as may lead to t the detection of any party or parlies counter feiting ihe medicines or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious. # # * Sold at the Manufactory of Professor i Hollow-ay, 80 Maiden I.ar.e, New York, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicine throughout the United Slates and the civilized world, in boxes at 25 cents, 62$ cents and $1 each. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B.—Directions for the guidance ol pa tients iu every disorder are affixed to each box. August 10, 1859. JUST published by J. S. Coiten &. Co., 309 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. " Parisian Pickings or " Paris in all Siates anil Sta tions." By Julie tie Margueritles, Author of "Ins and Outs of Paris," "The Match Girl," "Friends and Foes," &c. One large volume, 12mo. cloth SI 25. This is or.e of Ihe most lively and inter esting Books ever published, and decidedly the best of the good works written by Mad. Matgueriites. PENCIL SKETCHES ; or, Outlines of Char acter and Manners. By Miss Leslie, One large !2mo. cloth. 'Price SI 25. This highly interesting volume contains the best seties ol Tales ever issued from the American press. It contains : Mrs. Washington Polls, Mr. Smith, Uncle I Philip, The Album, The Set of China, Laura Lovel, John VV. Robertson, The tale of a Cent ; The I.adies's Ball, The Serenades. The Red Box ; or Scenes at the General Wayne, Tne Officers, A Story of the lust War with England, Peter Jones, A Sketch from Life, The Old Farm House, That Gen tleman ; or, Per.cillings on Shipboard, So cial Visiting, Country Lodgings, Constance Alletlon ; or, The Mourning Suits. THE ROMAMCE OF HISTORY, as ex hibited in the Lives or Celebrated Women of all Ages and Countries ; comprising re markable examples of Female courage, disinterestedness and self sacrifice. By- Henry C. Watson. One large volume, 12mo. cloth. Price 81 25. To set before the women of America ex amples lor imitation in the most trying cir cumstance, is the object of this highly in teresting Book. Let the reading ai d study of such a work become common and onr wives, motlieis, sisters and daughters, will become more renowned (or resolution, fortitude and Self Sacrifice, than the Spartan females were of old. Every Lady in the land should have a copy ol this highly interesting Book. J. S. COTTON & CO., Publishers, No. 409 Chestnut St., Philadelphia The Publishers will send either ol the above popular Books by mail, fiee ol post age, to any part of the United States, upon receipt ol the publication price. Wkeatley & Clarke's Theatre. Arch Street, above Sixth, Phdad'a. zpHE Star Company, composed of tte first -L artist in the world, and exceeding in strength and talent any Dramatic combina tion heretofore offered lo the Theatrical public, will appear every everting in Come dy, Tragedy, serio-comic Drama, Vaude villes, &c. When you visiting the city, go there. June 29, 1859—tf. TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS, fancy arti cles, a good assortment of Hosiery of Ihe best quality; also gloves, mitts, baskets, Ca bas, Combs, dress trimmings and linings, sewing silk, tbtead, etc., etc., lo be bad next door lo the "Exchange." AMELIA D. WEBB. Bloomsburg, May 25, l"*'. L OS T~ INN last Monday alternoon, between Geo. " MoyetV residence in Scott Town, and Rock Street, Bloomsburg, two unfinished SLEEVES for a tjress. The material of which the sleeves were bei r.g made was liamdsornely plaid gingham. The finder will be rewarded by leaving tbent at the office of Ihe Star of the North. Bloomsburg, July 27, 1859. CHEAP EDITION! OF THE LITER ARY GAZETTE, AND FAMILY PICTORIAL, PUBLISHED monthly by MARIE LOU ISE HANKINS & FANNIE LUCELE, under the immediate snperintendance ol Col. C. Ashlon Hnnkws, and sent by mail for only 50 cents a year! Toagents (and clubs of 10 or more,) only 30 cents a year. Pos tage only six cents a year, when paid quar terly in advance. The cheapest Family Paper in the world. The latest reliable Fashion Plates, Dress Patterns, useful & ornamental Needle work, Piagrams, and Embroidery Designs in every nnm ber. THE BEST WRITERS, THE BEST STOR IES, AND MOST ENGRANINGS. fcf* Specimen copies sentlree of postage on receipt of a stamp; bui stamps will not be received for subscriptions. Subscribers and agents must inclose the money—CASH; and write names, post offices, counties and Slates, plain and distinct. BP" Canvassing Agents f Particularly Fe males) wanted everywhere. 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It contains notices of the latest inventions and improvements. It contains a correspondence department, in which many novel inquiries are answer ed. It is, in a word, just such a papei as ought to be taken by every Farmer and Mechanic, since it is devoted more particularly to their interest. The Artisan also containsa weekly review of patent operations in Europe, and sticn foreign matter as may be of interest to in ventors. This paper is pubfished by the American Patent Company, and is, in every sense, a perfectly reliable source nf information. CLUBS. It is always n saving of much labor, when a number ol papers can be sen' to one Post Office tinder cover of a sitmle wrapper. The expense of mailing is less, and as the paper does not cost quite bs much under such circumstances us when mailed in sin ule nuntber-s, we beg to oiler the following Scale of Prices : Single paper per annum, 82 00 5 papers lo one address, each, SI 85 10 " " " SI 75 20 " " " " si 50 40 " " " " #1 io Over 40 " " " " Si 30 In every ease the subscription must be paid in advance. All letters mtM be addressed to THE AMERICAN PATENT COMPANY, Cincinnati, Ohio., BLOOMSBURG EBCJDODLaSL b£J"QCE>L£i£i3 r| >ll K undersigned would in this way call the attention of Ihe public to the Book Store at the old stand, next door to the "Ex change Hotel," where at all times can be found a good assortment of books, including ISibles, Hyuiii Books, Prayer Books, Histories, Books of Poetry, Novels, and School Bonks ; also all kinds of stationary of the bpst quality. A considerable deduction made upon the price ol School Bonks and Stationary to those who by to sell again. Just received, a good assortment of WALL PAPER, which I would ask all lo call and examine belore pnehasingelsewhere. CAROLINE CLARK, Successor to Jesse G. Clark. Blonmsbnrg, May 25, 1857.-lyr. NKIV A M BROT YPE SA LOON IN BLOOMSBURG. Hrnry Rosenstoi-k, of Philadelphia, res pectfully iulorms the citizens ol Bloomsburg and vicinity, that he has removid his DAGUERREIAN GALLERY, I in the rooms lately occupied by P. Unangsl as shot shop, and is prepared to take pic i lures, which will surpass anything ol the kind ever seen in this place. Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, now is the time to procure one nl those imperisha ble Ambrotypes, and thus secure the lealtires of beloved friends. Life is uucerlain; but Ambrotyjies are lasting. All are invited to call and examine speci mens. [Oct. 6, 1858. AMERICAN HOUSE. JOHN LEACOCK, Proprietor. Dloomsborg, I'a. THE Proprietor ol this well known estab lishment thauklul lor the lit eral patronage heretolure extended him, takes this method of informing his litends and Ihe public, that he has added considerable lo the facilities ol bis house and is prepared to accommodate all those who may favor him with their cus tom. His house and its arrangements will be lound to be in good order, and he hopes by a strict desire to please, to receive a lull share of patronage. He has also good sta bling and attentive ostlers. JOHN LEACOCK. Bloomsburg, July 21, 1858. NOTICE^ NOTICE is hereby given that, my wife, Harriet, has left my bed and board with out any cause or provocation whatever, therefore all persons are forbidden to trust or harbor her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contraction. CASPER MURRY, Csltawissa, May 15. 1859 HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution established by special Enilownmcnt, for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, ifUcted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. fit HE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life caused by Sexual diseases, and the decep tions practiced upon lite unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy ofthetr name, to open a Dispensary for ihe treatment o! this class of otseases in all their forma, anc to give MEDICAL ADVICE GRATIS to al who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of lile, &c. ) and in case of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDICINES FREE OF CHARGE. It is needless lo add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of Ihe age, and will furnish the most approved modern treatment The Directors of the Association, in their Annual Report upon the treatment of Sex ual Diseases, express the highest satisfac tion with the success which has attended the labors of their Surgeons in the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Gonorr- Itma, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or sell-Abuse, Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, &c., and order a continuance ol the same plan lor the ensuing year. The Directors, on a review- of the past, feel assured that their labors in this sphere ol benevolent effort have been of great ben efit to the afflicted, especially lolhe young, and they have resolved to devote them selves, with renewed zeal, to this very im portant and rnueh despised cause. An admirable Report on Spermatorrhea nt Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation, or Self-Abuse, anil other dis eases of the Sexual organs, by the Consult ing Surgeon, wil' be sent by mail (in a sealed envelope,) EREE OF CHARGE on receipt of TWO STAMPS lor postage. Oth er Reports and Tracts on the nature ami treatment of Sexual diseases, diet, &r., are constantly being published for gratuitous distribution, ant! will be sent to the afflicted. Some of the new remedies and methods of treatment discovered during the last year, are of great value. Address, for Report or treatment, DU J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Bv oider of the Directors. _ EZRA D. HEART WELL, Pres't. GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary. March Ist, 1859.—8. HEW AItRIViL OF SPRING AND r AVID LO'WENBEHG- I NVITES attention to his slock of cheap I •*■ anil fashionale vlothing at hisstoreou Market street, two doors above the 'Amer ican House,' where he has a full assort ment of men and boy's wearing apparel, including'.he most fashionable OJU*CBS3S3 CSJCEXSiaSBa Box. sack, (rock, gum and oil cloth coals of all 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 to 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 LOWENBERG. Bloomsburg, April 1, 1857. ESI'Y BIOTEIi. THE undersigned, late of the Franklin House, Light Street respectfully informs his old friends and new customers, that he has taken Mrs. SVorman's stand in the South part of the thriving village of Epylown, Colum bia county, known as the EAGLE HOTEL, Where he has made ample arrangements, by thoroughly improving the premises anil renovating the mansion for the accommo dation of all those who may favor him with their custom. The liberal support he re ceived Inst year at the Franklin in Light Street, induces him to hope that all his for mer customers will give him a call in his new quarters. No pains shall be 6pared for their comfortable entertainment. Espy, April 13, 1859. N. HUDSON. Fnglc Foundry,llloomstliurg STOVES AND TINWARE. THE subscriber having erected a large new brick Foundry and Machine Shop, in place of the old one, is prepared to make all kinds of CASTINGS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. l'lows constantly on hand. The subscribe has removed his Tin Shop from Main Street to the Foundry Lot, where he has erected a budding altogether for Stoves and Tinware. The Cooking Stoves consist of the WM. JfU I'ENN COOK, RAUB COOK, VAN- Byn LIER COOK, and I'ARLORSTOVES ujSHJof all kinds, the Egg Cylinder Stove, &c. All kinds of Spouting made to order. JOSEPH SHARPLESS. Bloomsburg, Ap'l 16, 18*-* c. w. m'kelvv. a. 8. h'nikch. C. W. M'KELVY, & CO., PAPER MANUFACTURERS AND Dealers in Rags, Callawissa Mills, keep constantly on hand paper ol all kinds, sneh as Printing, Bonk, Cap, Letter and Wrapping, at the lowest prices tor cash or in exchange lor tags. Having increased facilities for manufactur ing, would call the attention of merchants and dealers, to their stock of paper, which is otrered at extremely low prices. Orders by mail promptly attended to, and rags purchased at market value, in small or large quantities^ Callawissa, April 21, 1858. GK "RICiIIT AWAY." OL JrA SPECTACLE GLASSES FIT- ScM. I El) TO FRAMES AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES: 1. Convex, (usual no.) 20 to 25 cts per pair. 2. Cataract, " " 75 100 '' '< 3. Cylindrical" " 50 80 " " 4. Colored, " " 37 50 " " 5. Periscopic, usual number, for far sighted, 50 to 75 cts. 6. Concave, usual number, for near sighted, 60 to 100 cts. 7. Divides Glasses, for far and near, 70 to 100 cts. I Also a full assortment of glatses for all i kinds of watches, especially hunting casea. | Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c., repaired anil for sale. All orders punctually attended.— Remember "prices reduced!" HENRY ZUPPINGER, Watchmaker Bnd Jeweler. Bloomsburg, June 29, 1859. M'KELVV, NEAL & <O., MERCHANTS, ' Northeast corner of Main and Market Sts. AN ASSORTMENT of conleotionary, jew •**- elry, Perfumery soaps, hair oils, &c. Pomades, to be had at C. CLAKE'S Book Store KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE: FIFTY THIRL) VOLUME. Louie Gay lord Clark, ami Or Noyse, Editors ; John A Grey, Publisher With the January number began the 52d Volume of the "Knickerbocker," the oldest and best established Magazine in the coun try, and the publisher has lho pleasure to announce that it hna never before been in so prosperous a condition- Under the man agement inaugurated with the last Volume, a higher price is paid for original contribu tions than by almost any other American I periodical, while |he press and (tie numer ous friends ol the magazine in all parts of ihe country are generously aiding in bring, tna it more prominently before the reading public. As heretofore, the pages ol the "Knickerbocker" will be devoied to the cul tivation of Lileratuie, An, and Humor. Ever number of the Fifty-third volume will contain a steel-plate engraving, and il lustrated articles will frequently grace the pageg of the Magazine. A complete his tory of the "Knickerbocker." with the rem iniscences of the contributors whose fame is so intimately associated with its pages, will also be a feature ol the present volume. Will every friend of the Magazine procure for it an additional reader? TERMS: Single copies, one year, S3 ; Two copies, 87. Specimen numbers, twenty -five cents. The "Knickerbocker" will be furnished to clergymen, teachers, postmasters, and all periodicals and journals, at Ihe elnh rate of $2 per year. The postage on the "Knicker bocker" is twenty lour cents a year, it: ad vance, at the office where received. An ex tra copy will be sent- to- persons getting up a club of leu subscriber*. JOHN A. GRAY, Pub. & Printer, i 16 &18 Jacob St., cor. Frauklord St., \ New York. I Unprecedented liidiieenicnls for New Sub scribers. * Any person forwarding ten new 83 sub scribers, [S3O], will be presented with a deed giving a perfect title to 10 acres of land in Texas, Kansas, lowa, or Wisconsin, and Ihe Magazine promptly mailed to Ihe subscribers, whether at Ihe same or differ ent Post Offices. In tho same proportion, deeds for 20, 40, 80, or 160 acres, will be sent as premiums lor 20, 40, 80 or 16C, $3 subscriptions--an acre for each copy subscribed lor. All communications connected with the Business Department ol die 'Knickerbocker' should be addressed to John A. Gray, 16 & 18 Jacob Street. All Articles designed for Ihe body of the Magazine should be directed to Dr. Jarnes O. Noyes; those for (lis Editor's Table to Louis Gaylnrd Clark. f?'Agent* are wanted in every part ol Ihe country. Back numbers and bound volumes on hand. [Ap. 2.-13. DKUCi* AND UP O Siatsycipsa OULD call ihe attention of all those who wish to buy good goods in his line, that he has just replenished his (already] large and well selected assortment of the fol lowing articles, viz:— n I RIGS, MEDICINES, OILS, ¥gf PAINTS, NARNISIIES, GLASS, DVESIOPVS US Confectioneries, Perfumery, fsi.cy snaps and toilet articles generally; Cigars and Tobacco ol every variety and brand, Harrison's Inks wholesale and retail at ihe manufacturer's prices, PURE WISES AED RRANOIES for medicinal use only. Trusses, Shoulder Braces and Abdominal Supporters, (S3 LP. CcP. 1-r TT n AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS, Paint,, Varnish and Too[h Brushes; also agent for most of the popular Patent Medicines of the day. Toys, and an endless vurieiy of useful and lancy notions not here enumer ated. Physician's Prescriptions and Family Medicines put up carefully and at short no tice. Glass Cutting done to order at the old Riand E. P. LUTZ. Bloomsburg, Jan. 13, 1858. AVYOIIING HOUSE,' J. R. LAY'or.K, I'ltOlMtll.Toit. WYOMING, LUZERNE COUNTY, PENN. ffIAHK Proprietor respectfully informs Ins JL frietiits and the public generally that he has taken charge of the Wyoming House, in I the village ol Wyoming, near the Railroad I Depot of that place, and has fitted it out so as to enleriain both transient and perma j nenl visitors in a suitable and comfortable | manner. His rooms are spacious and airy, and not only calculated to add to Ihe conve j nience and comfort ol the travelingcommu j nily, bui also lo those who would seek a | pleasant summer resort with families. HIS TABLE Will btTkupplied with the beet I the market can afford; and his BAU will be | furnished with the purest liquors that can be obtained. The proprietor will give bis exclusive attention lo the comfort and con venience ol his guests, and is determined to make the WYOMING HOUSE rank a mong the first hotels in the Si,lie. \Thp Pronrieior hopes that from his expe rience in ihe business, and by unremitting attention on his pari, combined with a judi cious selection nf ihe tnnstcaieful and oblig ing servants, he may be emitted to ihe fa voratde consideration of the public, and re ucive a liberal share of their patronage. Vf Please give him a call, and judge for yourselves [April 2, 1859. THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS! NEW GOODS. M AIITZ & EN T | 'VyOULD respectfully inform the citizen* "* of Ligln Street and vicinity thai lliey | have just received a new and extensive an j sortinenl of DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, which they will sell cheap for cash. They have a Ivrge and general variety ; all that is commonly found in a Country Store, and are determined to sell cheap, lit the selec tion of llieir goods itiev have paid strict at tention ; therefore their merchandise will bear recommendation and will prove lo be ol the first class. The proprietors are gentlemen and honor able dealers, and cordially solicit a liberal share of patronage. Cuslomeis would do well to call and examine their general vari ety before purchasing elsewhere. Country produce taken in exchange for good at the highest market price. MARTZ & F,!VT. Light Street, May 4, 1859. Tinware & Slove Establishment. UNDERSIGNED respectfully in-, ■- lorms his old friends ami customers, that he has purchased his brother's interest in the above e-iabliahment, and Ihe con ' cein will hereaher be conducted by himself exclusively, He has just recoived and of ffjfc fers lor sale ttie largest and most c £3l tensive assortment oIFANCY STOT ever introduced into this market. Stovepipe and Tinware constantly o hand and manufactured to order. All kinda of repairing done, as usual, nn short notice. The patronage of old friends and newcua totners is respectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT- Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1853. if. BARNARD RUPERTT FASHIOHARLE TAILOR. Shop on the South Side of Main Street, first square below Market. EVANS & WATSON'S Pbll'a Manufar lnrd From (he Village Record, WEST CHESTER, Pa. Saturday, Feb. 5, 1859. ROBBERY —The office of the old Railroad, in West Chester, was broken into last Thursday night, and robbed cf sma'l a mount ot money. The thieves entered the building in the rear, broke the doors, and locks off the desks, and attempted In get in to Ihe large iron safe, but did not succeed The Sale was mannlactured bv EVANS & WATSON, No. 26 South FOURTH Streets, | Philadelphia. STILL ANOTHER ATTEMPT. OCTOBER 18th, 1858.—Three theives en ! tered Ihe flouring-mil! of Messrs. Dorrace & [ Doron, Bristol, Pa., and tried all n'ght to I blow open Ibeir Safe, with powder, which bad $250 in cash, but did not succeed in getting it open. Their Salamander Safe was manufactured by EVANS & WATSON. I GREAT SAFE ROBBERY AT NORRIS ' TOWN, DECEMBER Ist, 1858—Some lime j last night, the (louring-mill of Mr. Joseph I'a zone, in Norristnwn, Pa., was entered j and one ol Farrel, Herring, St Co's best pa tent Powder prool Lock and Sale WAS BLOWN OPEN WITH PuWDER, and $1,600 in cash taken not and carried away. This Sale is now in Evans & Wat soil's store, No. 26 South Fourth Street, where we most respectfully invite the pub lic to call and examine it. N. B.— We find in 2he Pre it, December 4lh, ihe following: "All onr Safes are war ranted to give perfect satisfaction, or the money will be returned. FARREL, HERRING & CO." We, EVANS & WATSON, would ask all parlies having Farrel, Herring & Co's Patent Champion Safes, to lake advantage of the above ofTer, and return them and get their money, as they will find thai, in u few yeats, the Composition with which the Safes are filled (a large portion being oil of vitriol) will eat out all the iron. A speci men ol their Champion Safes may be seen in front ol our store, which is eaten full of holes now. EVANS & WATSON, [No. 26 South FOURTH Street. f From The Press oj Ihe 4lh till.] Farrel, Herring St Co's Patent Champion Sales, ihe only Sales made in Ihe city which have never been robbed by burglars, or had their con'ents destroyed by accidental fires. Evans St Watson's Philadelphia answer lo a New York Hnmbug. We, the undersigned citizens of St Joseph, Mo., do hereby certifv that the iron Safe belonging lo C. E. Baldwin, made by Far rel St Co., No. 34 Walnut Street, Philadel phia, which was in the fire that occurred here, is not fire-proof, and is useless as a fite proof Safe; that the bonks, papers, jew elry, Sic., which were in the Safe at the lime, were much injured; also, that the building which it was in was of frame and only one story high, and that a fire so tri fling as the one which burned over Ihe said Sale was not sufficient to have injured any Sale purporting tube fire-proof. W. R. PRNICK, Druggist. JOSEPH YV. TOOTLE, Dry Goods. J. A. BEATTIE, Banker. DONNKLL.SAXTON SI MCDONNELL,DryGoods WILLIAM RAY. Drv Goods. JOHN CURD, Dry Goods. C. E. BALDWIN, St. Joseph, Mo. J EVANS & YVATSON, 26 South FOURTH Street, Philadelphia, have now on hand Ihe largest assortment of Salamander Safes in the United Stales, warranted equal to any others made in the country. Please give us a call. F el) 23.' 89. i $40.00 Pays the Tuition lor a lull course in the Iron City College, lite largest, most exten sively patronized and best organized Com mends! School in the United Slates. FOUR LARGE HALLS, For Writing, Commercial Calculations Book-Keeking and Lectures. Usual time to complete a full course, from 6to ten weeks. Every student, upon grad uating, is guaranteed to be competent lo manage the Books of any Business, and qualified to earn a salary of trom ssootoslooo. Students enter at any time—no vacation; review at pleasure. FIRST PREMIUMS FOR BEST WRITING Awarded this Institution. The best and greatest variety of Penmanship in any one Hall of Ihe Union, is found hare. For full information. Circular, Specimen of Business attd Ornamental Writing and Embellished View of the College, inclose five letter stamps to F. W.JENKINS, Pittsburg, Pa. Aug. 24lfc, 1859. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ~ KEYSTONE LITERARY SOCIETY. According to the arrangement made at the last meeting of the Society, the evening ot ihe next meeting is last approaching it being the Ist Tuesday night in September 1859 The Member-, and all who wish lo become members are invite.! to attend, as tnisioes-ol tmporiai.ee will be transacted . By order ol the Society CHARLES BARKLEY, Prest. F.. B. YORDV, Sec'ty. Bloomshnrg, Aug 24. 1859. dbO/Wk —THE SUBSCRIBERS WISH TPOY/"', Jo employ an active reliable man in each section of the State to travel and lake orders for Scß'fti'N and Tobacco, by sample,-. Will pay a salary ol S6OO to SBOO per year, payable monthly. For sam ples and particulars apply In, or address, inclosing stamp for return postage, CARY & SMITH, Tobacconists, 312 Pearl street, New York. Aug. 17, 1859-sw. Lack'a & Bloomsburg K. fit. CHANGE OF TIME. TRAINS will pass Bloomsburg Station as follows: Morning Trains going North at 625 AM. do do do South at 11 25 do Afternoon do do North at 323 P.M. . do do do South at 8.30 do Morning train* arrive at Scranton 10.26 A M. Afternoon do dn tin 635 do Morning do do Rupert, 11.35 A.M. Evening do do do 8.45 P.M. M. W.JACKSON, Sup't. June 1, 1859.—21. BLANKS ! BLANKS! ! BLANKS!! DEEDS, SUMMONS. EXECUTIONS, SUBPCENAS AND JUDGMENT NOTES, of proper & desirableforms, fo* sale at the ofnoe of the "Star ofthe North" IRON STEEL, and every kind of Hard waie or sale by McKELVY, NEAL&Co EXCHANGE HOTEL, PETER BILLMEYEH, Proprietor, r|*ake* pleasure in announcing lo Ihe uub * lie that he still occupies this I rue anil commodious Hotel, in BLOOMSBURG, I'A , •ml is yet, as ever, prepared to accomodate his guests. The traveling public may de pend on all comlnrts at home, ns his house is entirely lurnished and kepi in order. MS TABLE Will be supplied with the best products ilip markets afford, and HIS BAU is lurnished with the choicest liquors. 'J'he proprietor lias in connection with his hotel fitted out in the basement an OI&TER SALOON, where he can supply everything in the way of EATABLES. Fresh Oysters, Sardines. Tripe, Beef Sieak, Fish, &c., &c., will he kept on hand for the accomrnodation-of his guests and the public in general. He also has in connection with his hotel an excellent Omnibus Line, running regular ly several times per day to and from Ihe Depots on the arrival of die Cor*, by which passengers will be pleasantly conveyed to the Depot Stations, or taken from, or con veyed lo their residences, it desired. CW He will always be happy lo entertain and accommodate his friends lo the utmost ol his ability. Rloomsburg, Jan. 20. 1858. BUST & it 1£ via TO THE FASIIONARLK AMI qpoaanHmsß. riMIE undersigned having] list received) he * latest Paris and New Vork Fashions would again beg leave lo inform his ntimet ous friendsand all the world about Blooms burg,that he is now better prepared than ev er toaccommodale any one w th the neatest easiest and best fitting suit* of Clothes that have been turned out lately; and not only that, but he willalso do them up in the best order, upon the lowest terms. His shop is at the old stand, (too well knowntoneed futther notice)wherehe may at all lime* be found,seated upon the bench ofrepenlance steadily d raw ingou It he threat of affliction,hoping it may in the enrf provt advantageous to him and his customers.Hi would also advise his fiends to bear in mitt A that poor, afflicted tailors moatiive, or they can't beexpected to work .Therefore Wheat Rye. Corn, Oats, Potatoes and with all now and then a little CASf V\ ill come mighty hand;' from those who are uaek-slandingon the books. Remember, gentlemen, that in all cases "thelaborer is worthy of his hire." BERNARD RUPERT. Bloomsburg, Jan. 13th, 1858. THIS HAYFOR BARGAINS! STEPHEN H. MILLER ; HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS 4 T the old stand in the Arcade Building on I Main Street, Bloomsburg, which he will sell cheaper than lhe cheapest. It con sists in part of Silks alpaccas, lustres, cloths, | cassimeres, lawn*, french and scotch ging- I ham*, and in short, a full and complete va riety of STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY ! GOODS, witli a good selection of hats, caps, ROOTS AND SHOES, : And a superior lo: ol FRESH GROCERIES, 1 Teas, Coffee* Sugar,iTlolnssicg Rice, Spice*, &e. Also, Hardwure, Queens ware, Crockery and Cedarware. Having selected his entire stock with the greatestjCare and at lite lowest cash prices, het edit "assure his friendsand the public generally, that he will do all in his power lo make hi* establishment known us the "Headijtoarters for bargains." Those wish ing to purchase will find it to their advan tage to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. Country produce luken in exchange lor good* at the market pricss. Bloomsburg, March 23, 1859. FORKS HOTEL BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA. ROBERT HAGENBUCH, Proprietor, TAKES pleasure in announcing tothe pub- I lie that he has rented and thoroughly \ refilled the Fork* Hotel formerly occupied t by James Freeze, in Bloomsburg, and is | prepared to accomodate travellers, teamsters, drovers and boarders. His table will be sup plied with the best products the matkels at lord, and hi* Bar will be constantly furnish ed with ihe choicest liquors Attentive ostlers will always he : n at tendance, and he trusts his long experience in catering 10 the wants of the public, and hi* obliging uttention to customers wil se cure him a liberal share of patronage. Bloomsburg, April 21, 1858. D3SFTISTR7, li. r. nnmin, SURGEON ISEYTIST, JPgggfaa E5 PEC FULLY offers his professional services to the D | g j| eo am | gentlemen ol Blooms burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend lo all the various operations in Dentistry, and is provided with the latest improvep PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inser ted on pivot or gold plate, to look as well as natural. A superior article of Tooth Powders, al ways on hand. All operations on the teeth warranted. Office, 3d building ahove S. A. Wilson's Carriage Manufactory—Main St., west side. Bloomsburg, January 13, 1858 Phil'n &. Reading: Railroad. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS FOR PAS SENGKR TRAINS, January Ist 1869. Up Trains, going North, leave Philadelphia at 74 A. M. and 4 P. M. Down Trains, going South, leave Potlsvilie at 74 A. M. and 4 P. M. The Express Train is discontinued until further no'ice. Close connections are made by the 10.22 A. M Up Trains, from Port Clinton to Elmira and all intermediate points; and by the 622 P. M U;> Train from Port Clinton 10 Klmira, Canandaigua, Buffalo, Niagara, Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, Dav enport, and lowa Ciij; making th'* route the shortest and cheapest to the Lake Cities and Canada. On Sundays the Down A. M. Train from Pottsville, and Up P. M. Train from Phila -1 delptiia, on It run. OS*" D-t'oi hi Philadelphia, corner nl Broad aud Vine street*. Fifty pounds ot baggage allowed each passenger, (except on Sunday trains.) Tickets rnut be pur chased beloro entering the cars. G. A. NICHOLS, jly29—tf. General Superintendent. NEW BARBER SHOP. QENTLEMEN wishing a Iree and easy Shave or to have their Hair cut & dress ed in the lateat style, can have it rlone by calling on the undersigned at the New Bar ber Shop in Ihe Court House Alley. Razors sharpened and honed on short notice. S C. COLLINS. Bloomshnrg. June 8, 1659. A. J. EVANS. MER C 11A NT, lore on the upper purl of Main St., nearly pposilo the Episcopal Church. Manufacturers* Mechntilc.A nnd nvtntori. TIIE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. TO BE EN LA KG EN! A NcAv Vulilntr-Nrw Scric*) 10 COMMENCE ON JULY 2,1, 1859 Instead nl 416 pegßs, Ihe yearly vol., eclsrg ed Seres, will contain 832 page* of valu able leading mutter; u*elul ut:d instructive to ail classes. The Scientific A mint-aft i published every week in quarto lutrn, suitable lor binding, and the number* for a single year contain* tlllormation in regard (o new oneininns, machinery, all branches of mauutaclUriog processus, agricultural implement.,engine-r --ing. n.illwriglililig, iron manufacture, chem istry; in fact, almost every industrial pur-utt receives more or less attention in its cot umns. All patent Claims officially published ei ery wek, as reunited from the Patent Otficp; and for INVKNTOHS AND PATEN TEES it contains information not id be ob tained elsewhere, aud which lib' mechanic,' inventor or patentee can wall do wilhoef. As a lamilv journal it has no superior (of real practical utility, since in its columns' will be Inund nselul practical recipes.- Carelul attention will be given fio'in limb : to lime, to reports of the metal, lumber uu.i other markets. Every number will contain sixteen pages ar.d forty eigln columns of matter, with sev eral illustrations of patented machine* ami other engravings, comprising in a single year about Six Hundred Original Eng ovlngs. With the enlarged series is presented an opportunity In subscribe not lilioly to occur again for many years. It will be like com mencing a new work—Vol. 1. No. 1., New Series. Send in your subscriptions without delay, so as to tegiu the new volume—July 2, next. TERMS 82 A YEAR-SI FOR 6 MONTHS Southern, Western and Canadian money or post office stamps taken at par for sub scriptinn. Canadian subscribers will please 10 remit twenty six canls extra on each year's subscription, to pre pay paslage. A liberal discount lo clubs. A pro-peclne giving lull particulars of the inducements for clubs, with specimen copies oi irie t paper, anJ a pamphlet of inform alio 1 concerning the procuring of patents may be had gratis, by addressing MUNN & Co. Publishers if the Scientific American. 37 I'ark Row, New York. June 22, 1859. NEW STORE AND j JOSEPH SHAUPLESS has just received •* and opened out at his New Store on Main | Street, Bloomsburg, (joining the Star office,) a full arsortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, 1 fresh from the cities of New Vork and Phil adelphia, which he will aell at the very , lowest living profit. His stock embrace* > s'ella, 'ltibet and crape shawls, barege, b j rege delaines, tissues, lawns, debages, crape orientals, olpacca, &e. SILKS.—A very handsome assortment of | striped, plain, I'laiil and Black Silks, | which he intends lo sell at reduced prices. EMBROIDERIES.—An immense slock •>f embroideries, such a* embroidered hand kerchiefs, collars, spencers, sleeves, Swiss ! it(t jaconet edgings and insertings, lineos, ! cotton and thread laces, flouncing* and em i broidered curtain*. | DOMESTICS—MusIins, drillings, tick ! ings checks, osnaborgs, baggings, gingham., flannels, table diaper and ready-made bag*. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, ; Vesting'*, jeans, collonsdes, denims, blue I drillings, cotton plaids, See. A good assort | meiil of new style carpets and oil cloths. ' table and carriage oil cloths, mas. rug*, baskets. &c. O-iICCZKIES | and Hardware nl every description, such as I Sugar*, Mola.se,, Tea*, Coffee. Fioh, Spice, Salt, AWils attd Spikes, Iron ami S eel, Hard ware, Queenswam, Crockery and Wooden waie. Al*o. a good lot ol Men and Boys' Hal* and Caps, Boot* and Shoe-, of all kind* and size* lor Women ar.il Children, to suit the most fastidious. He invites liis friends and the public to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. He has bought goods at the lowest ca*h 1 prices, and is determined lo not be undersold by anybody or "the rest of mankind."— Country produce taker, at the market prices in exchange for goodr. J. SHARPLESS. Bloomsburg. Nov. 24, 1858. JUftT PUBLISHED. New Method For The Piano Fote. BY CHARLES GROBE. Opus 1100. Price, 82 50 nelf. Bound in Cloth, 3 00 nell. A good instruction book for the Piano baa long been wanting, and Air Ciiari.ks Grobk has performed the labor, in getting this one up in the most admirable\andsatisfactory man ner. It will prove itself one of the most valuable guides in the instruction of the art of playiniug on the Piano. Considering the author'a well known ca pacity, and long and nnremiltiing devotion 10 the task of elementary teaching, we have strong reason to hope tnat the public are now to be furnished with a thorough, sys tematic, progressive, and entertaining meth od for the Piano. We can confidently recommend it to teachers aud pupils as belter Bdaptad lo the pnrpese* of elementary instruction than any others with which we are acquaimod. The plan pursued in this work is substan tially Ihe same as that developed'in Ollen droff's method of teaching languages. It commence* with the simplest elements.— The progress made will be gradual, so that every step will be perfectly inteligtble, anil be rendered of positive value 10 the pupil.— Every difficulty is met with single, and, af ter thorough analysis, overcome by practice. This method will, undonbtedly, provide teacher* witn a well digested, progressive, and entertaing plan by which a sound and correct knowledge of the art of playing the piano may be acquired with comparatively little labor, and in so short a space of lime as will almost seem Incredible to those who have confined themselves to some of the te dious systems heretofore in use. This work contains ten engraved figures, illustrating the different positions of the i hat,ile and fingers; and also a likeness t the author. It* typographical accuracy and appMßT' ance have never been equalled in to/Wp sical work that ha* heretofore been isllMil from the press in litis or any olhsr pfljpjfr. Copies will be senl by mail, free eflßsc age, on the receipt of the marked ,irwj|i 722 Chestnut St. lltinman's CoriA^tpin. npHE subscribers have jtrajf relumed Irorn ■the City with a largestW extensive stock of Spring Goods, gjKh thev a tier at the very lowest figures I'av. Thank ful pat lavors they An, II solicit a share of publto confident thai they can satisfy buy cheap. D 1 IW. HARTMAN. 13tlt 1869. t (HER, dfstist. Office shop, Main St