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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1859. IIEVIEH CF THE MARKET, CAREFULLY CORRECTED WEEKLY. U'IIEAT, si 10 It YE. 75 CORN, 70 OA I S. 33 BUCKWHEAT, 50 FLOUR pr.bbi. 6 so CLOVERSEKI) 5 oo BUTTER, 18 EGGS. 10 TAI.LOW. 12 LARD. 12 PO R ATOES. 37 DR'D APPLES. 2 00 HAMS, 12 Tits absence of .lie Em run this week will be sufficient excuse for any lack in the col umns of this number of ihe STAR. We trust the paper will keep up its usual interest, and in a few days we will be at our helm. MILTON 11. KKLII, of Cattuwissa, will please accept our thanks for that large wnltr-milon he left at our office a lew days since. It was a splendid one—delirious. The printers did justice to it. In a few minutes afier its reception into this office, nothing was left to be seen of it excent here and ihete a rind scattered over the door. MR Kerr, we are informed, cultivates the island near Cattawlssa, in the Suerpiehnnua river,and raises a great many watermelons, lie brought a load to this place for sale on last Saturday. DOWN TOWN AH HAD. —Wo would an nounce for the information and good of the public, that Joseph Sharpless has received u fresh arrival of new goods at his store, for fall and winter. He is prepared to sell at the right figure, and keeps what is com monly found in country stores. His stock is of a good quality, and rather extensive. People will do well by giving him a call. See advertisement in another column. BRYANT &. STRATTON'B MERCANTILK COI.- I.ICOM. —These insti utinns are graduating yearly hundreds of young men, qualified for all the duties of the Counting House, ami many of them now till posts of trust anil profit. A business education is the most available capital, a young man can possess almost all may acquite this. Young mer. improve your chances. Now is the time to enter, bee card in another column. STOVKSAND TIM WAIIB. —Our young towns man, l'liilip S. Miycr, is carrying on the titling business in nil its various branches in Bloomsburg. In connection with tin ware, he keeps constantly on hand an as sortment of stoves. He has the following named stoves, gas burners : " Christopher Columbus," patented 1859; " Wm. Peon," lately improved ; " Rob Stove," and the '• Morning Star," (all cook stoves.) He also keeps on hand different kinds of office and parlor stoves, fancy and plain, lie will sell cheap for cash, thereby enable his pur chasers to get good bargains. Give hitn a call, and examine his stock of wares His establishment is opposite the Exchange Block. MAJ. VAN CAMP.— On the outside of to day's STAR will be found a brief sketch ol Mi>j. Moses Van Camp's early life and con tentions with the Indians, taken from SIIKR MAN DAY'S Historical Collections oj Pennsylva nia. Muses Van Camp and his brother Ja cobus Van Cainp were lamo.tr in the bonier wars of the Susquehanna, among the Red men of the then wild forest We learn that the father of this family was a Low Dutch man,probably from the Minisink settlement on the Delaware, lit the winter of 1838, then living at Dansville, New York, he sent a petition to the United States Congress of a pension, from which the passages that we publish in this paper are extracted. They will be read with interest by many, as the name of Van Camp is familiar to many in this county, and the doings of that family are none the less forgotten. Court I'roccetling.s. Agreeably to notice given, Court met at Bloomsburg, cn Monday, September slh, j 1869, with Judges, WARREN J. WOODWARD, j l'res't., Jacob Evans and Peter Kline , Associ- J ales, on the bench. Court continued four days and disposed of a considerable amount of business, considering the length of lime, in its usual satisfactorily and legal manner. This term was not so largely attended as upon former occasions, although upon Mon day and Tuesday a respectable number of people were present. The following is a synopsis of the Court doings, with the re port of the Grand Jury annexed : Com. vs. John Fletcher, indictment lar ceny. He plead guilty, and the sentance of the Court is, one year and nine calendar months to the Penitentiary. Com. vs. Alexander Eveland, indictment larceny. Plead guilty, and recieved sen tence one year to the Penitentiary. John Beunet vs. Ber.j: Wintersteen, —ac- tion for slander. Verdict of Ihe Jury for Plaintiff—eight dollars and fifty cents. S. A. Wilson vs. VVm. llobbison. Action for work and labor. Judgment for Plaintiff, sixteen dollars and thirty seven cents. The following is the report of the Grand Jgry which was read and approved of by 4IM Court: To the Honorable, the Judges of the Courts Quarter Sessions of the l'ecce, in and Miffer the County ol Columbia : YjfifcjM Grand Inquest of the Commonwealth inquiring for the body of of Columbia, respectfully re- have examined the public to the said county, and find tK good repair, except the Sher ■lPs jHttce, the inside of which needs recommend the pur. chase for the Court Room, and ho requested to keep the lamps ioßte hall of the basement story of the lit during Court term, all ol submitted this seventh day of September, A. D., 1859, V. NfcjSLY, THE PRINTER for AugusJßM'peen receiv ed. It is published in city, by John Henry, at one dollar Jt is a uselnl publication, and information lor the " should have it. GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, by the laws of this Com monwealth, it is made ''the duty ot the Sherd) of every county to give notice of the general elections by publication in one or more newspapers of the cdunty, at least twenty days belore the election,'' and to enumerate therein the "the officers lo be elected," and to "designate the place at which the election is lo be held." There fore I JOHN SNYDER, High Sheriff of Col umbia county, do hereby make known and proclaim to the qualified electors of Colum bia county, that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held throughout said' comity on TUESDAY the ELEVENTH DAY OK OC TOBER, being the second Tuesday in said month, at the several districts within the county, to wit:— Benton township at the bou-e of jEzckie! Cole. Beaver township at the house of Franklir. L. Shuman. Borough of Berwick at the Town Hall in Berwick. Bloom township, at the Court House in Bloomsburg. Briarcreek township, at Lemon's School House, now near Yohe'a at Evanstille. Catawis.-a at the house ol Samuel Kosten bader, in Catawissa. Centre township, at the house of Jeremiah Hess, deceased. Conyngliani township at the house ot Reu ban R. Wasser. Fishingcreek township'at Ihe house of Reu ben Knelly. Franklin lowuship at Clayton's School House Greenwood township at the house ol Joseph R. Patton. Hemlock townshipat the "Buck Horn " Jacksnn township at the house i I Ezekiel Cole. Locust township at the house of John L. Hnrsl in Slabtown. Mifflin lowuship at the house of John Kel ler. Madison township at Ihe house of John Wei iver, deceased. Mi. Pleasant township at Ihe house of Wil liam Hutchinson. Montour township at the house of John Richards, now occupied by William Hoi- j lingshead. It is lutherdirected that the elec'ion at the j said several districts shall be opened between the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock in the fore noon, and shall continue without interrup tion or adjournment, until 7 o'clock in the evening, when the polls shall be closed. The officers lo be elected at Ihe time and places aloresatd. are— ONE AUDITOR GENERAL, ONE SURVEYOR GENERAL, TWO MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, ONE PERSON FOR TREASURER, A COUNTY COMMISSIONER, A DISTRICT ATTORNEY, A COUNTY SURVEYOR, A COUNTY CORONER, A COUNTY AUDITOR. It is further directed that Ihe meeting of the return judges at the Court House in Bloom-burg, to make out the general returns shall be on the first Friday succeeding the general election, which will be the four teenth day of October. The return judges of the Representative District, composed of lliecouniies of Wyom ing, Sullivan, Columbia and Montour, shall meet et the Court House in Bloomsburg, in the county of Columbia on TUESDAY, the eighteenth day o( October nex', to make out Ihe returns for members ol Assembly. And in and by thesaijl act, I am further directed to give notice that every person, excepting justice or the peace, who shall hold any office or appointment of profit or trust under the Government of the United Slates, or of this State, or ol any city, or in corporated district whether a commissioned officer or agent, who is, or shall be employ ed under the legislalve or executive, or ju diciary department of this Stale, or of any incorporate district, and al-o that every member ol Congress, or of the select or common council, of any city commissioners of any incorporated district, is by law, inca pable of holding or exercising at the same titne the office or appointment of judge, in spector or clerk of any elec ion of this com monwealth, and that no itispectator judge or any officer of any such election shall be eligible in any office then lo be voted for. Given under my hand and seal at my of fice in Bloomsburg, this 3d day of Sept., A. D., 1859. JOHN SNYDER, Bloomsburg, Sept. 7 1859. Sheriff. LIGHT STREET HOTEL. D. L. EVERHART, PROPRIETOR. rpHE Proprietor ol this hotel lakes pleas i ure in announcirg to (he public that he still occupies this large and commodious house in Light Street, I'a.,and is I I #l* yet, as ever,pre paired lo accom -frgPl tlSniodale travelers, teamsters,dro ■SsSßßSSveis and borders, with accom modations that will favorably compare with any hotel in this section ol counlry. The traveling public may depend on all comforts it home, as his house is well furnished and always kept in order. His table 4ffd bar will always be found furnished wi'h Ihe best the market affotds. Mr. E. will ever be happy lo entertain and accommodate his friends to (he utmost of his ability. D. L. EVERHART. Light Street, Pa., Nov. 24, 1858. ty The Proprietor of Ihe above house, having no desire to continue in the hotel business, will sell the property at private sale, upon reasonable terms. The stand is a good one, with 6tablcs and all Ihe neces sary outbuildings; all ol which are in good condition. To any person wishing to em- I bark in the business, it is a good locality, and a desirable place. AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY, Capital Stock #500,000. COMPANY'S Building Walnut Street, South East corner of Fourth, Philadel phia. Life Insurance at the usual Mutual Rates, or at joint stock rates, at about 20 per cent less or at Total Abstinence Rates, the lowest in the world. A. WHILDIN, President. J. C. SIMS, Sec. A. C. MKNSCII, Agent. April 27, 1859. Rising Sun Hotel—Berwick, Pa. THE subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the travelling public that he haß taken charge of the above named hotel, and has fitted it up in the best possible man ner for the accommodation of all who may favor him with their patronage. He Hatters himself that by unremitting attleiition, be can give entire satisfaction lo all. His table will be supplied with the best the market affords, and his bar with the choicest liquors. Obliging and attentive ostlers will always be on hand, and his stabling is the mast ex tensive iu this section of country. MAJ. N. SF.ELF. Berwick, April 20, 1859. NOTICE. IVOTICE is hereby given that, my wife, AY Harriet, has lelt my bed and board with out any cause or provocation whatever, therefore all persons are forbidden to trust or harbor tier on my account, us I will pay no debts of her contraction. CASPER MURRY, C'ltawissi, May 15, 1859. ■HTMPHREYS' SPECIFIC .110 M<EO P A TIH C REMEDIES , NO. 502, BROADWAY. THE GREAT FEATURE Of (his series o( Domestic Remedies is that each particular medicioe is a Specific for the particular disease or class of diseases whose name it bears, and may be relied upon for ihe cure of that particular affection. Hence, persons suffering from a chronic di<eae or long Handing ailment, in buying a case of Humphreys' Specifics, obtain the particular one desired in their case, and thus them selves make a cure which otherwise would cost them many dollars, and no small a mount of time and medical attendance, if, indeed, it cnuld be obtained at all. Thus multitudes suffer Irom Dispepsio, Billious, Cosliveness, Bad Taste, Coated Tongue, and Debility, which is perfectly controlled and cured by the DYSI'EI'SIA SPECIFIC. There is scarcely a phase or form of this disease which is not promptly co ltrolled and ultimately cored by the use of this Specific. Thousands who have suffered for years with this''Billions Condition" having purchased a case of these Specifics have obtained a perfect cure anc immunity from their old complaint. COUGHS, COLDS, AND SORE THROAT wltiah so freqnenly lead to • BRONCHITIS AND CONSUMPTION, are all in their early stage cored by the COUGH PILLS. Many cases of long standing Bronchitis and irritating Coughs have been perfectly cured by this Specific. But more ! many persons have a specific liability to colds and take them from the least exposure. This will be entirely relieved by the use of (he Cough Pills, as scores can testify from experience : So CATARRH is one of our most common and most troublesome diseases,against which the Old School Medicines and even Ho moeopathic prescriptions, are of little use.— Yet hundreds cf persons have been cured of not only recent and fresh, but even long standing and obstinate cases of Catarrh by the use of this Specific. One aged lady in Syracuse was thus per fectly cured of a Catarrh, which had aunyed her all her life. And a young lady at one of our first class boarding schools, wtio was so afflicted with ibis disease as to require more ! than forty handkerchiefs a week, was en tirely cured in a single week by this Speci fic. PILES, bleeding and blind, is one of those common and obstinate forms of disease which are so difficult to cure by the ordinary methods, but which find an entire fundamental cure in the Piles Specific. True, time is reqnir. | ed ; but the Specific is pleasant to take, re quires neither diet nor restraint, and being lollowed up a perfect cure is the result.— Hundreds of persons, in purchasing a cure ol Specifics, have obtained a cure for this most trying and obstinate form of disease, which has been worth to thein ten times the cost of the entire set. The case contains the best FEVER AND AGUE SPF.CIEIC known. A remedy without any deterious or poisonous substance, which not only cures the ague, and old, mismanaged agues, but may be relied upon as a preventive when persons are residing in a faver and ague district. It prevents or protects upon the same principle that vaccination prevents small pox or belladonno prevents scarlet le ftover, by pre-occupying the system itli the j true specific. Hundreds have beeu thus protracted and cured. THE OPHTHALMY SPECIFIC lias proved a most valuable remdy lor Sore Eyes and Eyelids, and for Weak and Blur red Sight. One lady in Indians, who had been a sufferer from sore eyes for many years, and fortwo years was entirely blind, was cured perfectly by the Ophthalmy Spe cific alune. HEADACHES to which at) many are subject, find a cura tive in the case. There is a specific which relieves at the time ol the attack, and also I one which corrects the condition ol the sys tem upon which it depends, and destroys the disposition to a return. The Specifics for the various forms of FEMALE COMPLINTS have proved invaluable. Old Standing Le ucorrlxca or Whiles, attended with debility of exhaustion, and for which other forms of medicine are of little value, are fully con trolled and cured by the Female Pills ; while Ihe specific for Irregularities control almost every form of Scanty, Painful or Irregular Menstruation. DIARRHOEAS & SUMMER COMPLINTS in adults or children ara controlled like ma gic by the Diarrhcca Pills, whiie it may be averred without the possibility ol successful contradiction that the Dyseritary Pills are the most perfect specific lor that disease known. For the various forme of FEVERS, SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, and other diseases of children, the Fever Pills may be salely and surely relied upon. These Specifics of Prof. Humphreys, used for years in his extensive practice,and to the perfection of which he has devotee the re sources ol extensive knowledge, experience and study. The public may rest assured that during the lifetime of Dr. H., no one has been or shall be trusted with the preparation of his Specifics, and he ofTers the guaranty of his professional life and reputations that they shall be just as he represents them. They have now been before the pub lic for five years, and have everywhere won golden opinions from the many thou sands who have used them. Simple, (tee from intricacy, technicality, or danger, they have become the ready re course and aid of the parent, traveler, nurse, or invalid, and have become the family physician and medical adviser of thousands of families. Nowhere have they be -n tried without having been approved, and their highest appreciation is among those who have known them the longest, and most in timately. Every Family will find these Specifics all (hey have been recommended ; Promt Re liable, Simple and Efficient ; a Friend [in need and oilen a Friend indeed. LIST OF SPECIFIC REMEDIES. No. 1. Fever Pills—For Fever, Congestion, and Inflammation of all kinds. No. 2. Worm Pills—For Worm Fever, Worm Colic, and Welling the Bed. No. 3. Baby's Pills—For Colic, Crying, Teething and Wakefulness, and Nervous ness of adults. No. 4. Diarrbcea Pills—For Diarrhma, Cholera, Infantum and Summer Complaint. No. 5. Dysentary Pills—For Colic, Griping Dysentary or Bloody Flux. No. 6. Cholera Pdls—For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Vomiting. No 7. Cough Pills—For Coughs Colds, Hoarsneßs, Influenza and Sore Throat. No 8. Tootkache Pills—For Toothache, Faceache, and Neuralgia. No 9. Headache Pills—For Headache, Vertigo, Heat and fullness of the Head. No 10. Dyspepsia Pills—For Weak and Deranged Stomachs, Constipation and Liver Complaint. No It. For Female Irregularities—Scanty, Painful or Suppressed Periods. No 12. Female Pills—For Leuchorrhma, Profuse Menes and Bearing Down. No 13. Croop Pills—For Croup, Hoarse, Cough, Bad Breathing. No 14, Salt Rheum Pills—For Erysipelas Eruptions, Pimples on the face. No. 15. Rheumatic Pills—For Pain, Lameness, or Soreness in the Cliesl, Back Loins, or Limbs. A.— For Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, old mismanaged Agues. I*-—For Piles, Blind or Bleeding, Internal, o- External. O.— For Sore Weak or Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids, Failing, Weak or Blurred Sight. C.—For Catarrh, of long standing or re cent, either with oboTUohoii or proluse dis charge. W. C.— For Whooping Ceugh, abating its violence aud shortening its course. PRICES. Full set, 20 large vials in Mkirnoo Ctyse and Book $5 00. Full set, 20 large vials, in Plain Case and Book $4 00. Case of 15 No boxes and Bonk $2 00 Case of any fi Nc. boxes and Book 1 00 Single No. boxes, with directions 25 Single lettered boxes with directions 50 Large plantation, or physician's case, 1 and 2 oz. vials. 15 00 OUIt REMEDIES BY MAIL. Look over the list, make up a case f what kind you choose, and enclose the amount in u current note or stamps, by ma! to our address, ai No. 562 Broadway, New York, and the medicine will be duly returned by mail or express free of charge. Address Dr. F. HUMPHREY Si CO, No. 662 Broadway, Nuw York. For sale by E. P. Lulz. Blnomsburg, and all oiher druggists throughout the country. July 6 1359 —3 m. Farmers and Teamster*, LOOK TO YQUR INTEREST. NEW SADDLE AND HAIRTESS SHOP. THE subscriber would re vJHq speclfully inform the cili zens of Catawissa and vi cinilv, that he has opened WFrSM an entirely new saddle and \Jf_/-'TP harness shop, in Ca'awis ii. i iii i i * sa, on Main Sireel, a lew (toors above the residence ol Col. Pax'on, where he will at all times be found prepared to make ail kinds of harness Irom the lightest down in team harness, in short, he will keep on hand everything in his line from a horse collar down ton halter strap. He is determined not lo he nut done by any of his competitors. fie gives a cor dial invitation to all lo come forward and examine his stock lor themselves. Country produce taken in exchange for work. Prices to suit the limes. DAVID SNYDER. Cattawissa, June 15, 1859. PE N N SYLVAN IA STATE AGRICULTURAU^CIETY EXHIBITION.—The Ninth Annual Exhi bition of the Pennsylvania State Agricultu ral Society, will be held at Powelton, Phil adelphia, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, the 27th, 28 It, 29th and 30th days of September next. On the first September, the Secretary will remove to the Rooms of the Philadelphia Society for the promotion of Agriculture, No. 626 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, where Books of Entry for the Exhibition will bo open. Letters addressed to the Secretary, at Har risburg, John McGowen, Philadelphia, or Charles K. Engle, Bustlelor., will meet with attention till Ist September. HON. DAVID TAGGART, Pres't. A. O. HEISTEU, Secre'ary. R" Goods for Exhibition, carried oil all the Rail-roads in the State, to and fro, free of charge. [Aug 17, 1859. NEW MILLINERY SHOP. Nov hntl Splendid Stock OF MILLINERY 000DS! Trimmings, Flowers, ICHlbous, Ac,, (UNDER TRE STAR OFFICE) MAIN ST. UI-OOMSItI KG, Pa, MM Ee X WELSOH JTAVING just received a very beautiful stock ot goods from Philadelphia, and opened a new shop, would invite the ladies of Bloomsburg and vicinity to call and ex amine her assortment of lIONNETS TRIM MINGS, FLU WE lIS, FLATS, MANTIL LAS, FANCY ARTICLES, fyc , and in short, every other article to be found in a lirst class Millinery establishment. Iler stock has been selected with great care, especial ly for this market. Bonnets made upon the shortest notice. Attention will be paid to repairing. She respectfully askes her lady friends lo give her a call, as well as all those who wish any thing in her line. Bloomsburg, April 13, 1859. NEW STOKE AND fo'-bc * ii r^cgq i 10SEPH SHARPLESS has just received " and opened out at hisNeWstnre on Main Sireel, Bloomsburg, (joining the Star office,) a full assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Iresh from the cities of New York and Phil adelphia, which lie will sell at the very lowest living profit. His mock embraces Stella, ihibel and crape shawls, barege, ba rege delaines, tissues, lawns, debages, crape orientals, alpaccas, &e. SILKS.—A very handsome assortment of striped, plain, IMaiil and Black Silk*, which he intends to sell at reduced prices. EMBROIDERIES.—An immense stock of embroideries, such as embroidered hand kerchiefs, collars, spencers, sleeves, Swiss and jaconet edgings and insertions, linens, cotton and thread laces, flounctngs and em broidered curtains. DOMESTICS.—MusIins, drillings, tick ings checks, osnaburgs, baggings,ginghams, flannels, table diaper and ready-made bags. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Vestings, jeans, denims, blue drillings, cotton plaids, &r. A good assort ment of new style carpets and oil cloths, table and carriage oil cloths, ma s, rugs, buskels, &c. GB.OCEK.IES and Hardware ol every description, such as Sugars, Molasses, Teas, CofTee, Fish, Spice, Salt, Nails and Spikes, Iron and Steel, Hard ware, Queenswate, Crockery and Wooden wate. Also, a good lot of Men and Boys' Hats and Caps, Boots and Shnes,ofall kinds and sizes lor Women ar,d Children, to suit the most fastidious. He invites his friends and the public to givo him a call before purchasing elsewhere. He lias bought goods at the lowest cash prices, and is determined to not b9 undersold by anybody or "the rest of mankind."— Country produce laker, at the market prices in exchange for goods. J. SHARPLESS. Bloomsburg, Nov. 24, 1858. Tinware & Stove Establishment. TTIHE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in forms tiis old friends and customers, that he has purchased tils brother's interest in the above establishment, and the con cern will hereafter be conducted by himself exclusively. He has just recoived and of lers lor sale the largest and most • tensive assortment ol FANCY STOT ever introduced into this market. Stovepipe and Tinware constantly o hand and manufactured to order. Alt kinds of repairing done, as usual, on short notice. The patronage of old frier.da and new cus toiners is respectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT- Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1853. if. BTLOOMglßlim© CABINET WARE ROOMS. S- C. ft HIVE, TJESPECTFULLY invites the attention of the Public lo his extensive assortment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which he will warrant made of good material* and in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish ment, can always be found a good assort mem of FASHIONABLE FURNITURE, which is equal in style and finish lo that of Philadelphia or New York cities, and at as low prices, lie has Sofas of different style ami prices, from $25 to $6O. Divans Loun ges, Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs, Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and pier tables, detashiK, chefleniers, whatnots and con" des and all kinds of fashionable work. Ilts slock of butcuii?, enclosed and oommon wastelands, dress-table-, comer cupboards solas, DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES, bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is the largest in this section ol the couuiy. He will also keep a gootl assortment ol looking glasses with lattcy gilt and common Irarnes He will also furnish spring rnattrasses fitted lo any sized bedstead, which are superior for durability arid comfort lo any bed in use. Bloomsburg, January 13, 1858. TO HOUSEKEEPERS. SOMETHING NEW—B. T. BABBITT'S BEST MEDICINAL SALERATUS. Is mauulactnred from common ifjjS salt, and is prepared entirely dtl ferent from other Saleratus. All "C? he deleterious matters extracted in such a manner as to produce Bread,Ki scuit, and all kinds ol ank Cake, without containg a particle isd ol Saleratus when the Bread or Cuke is baketl ; thereby produc ing wholesome results. Every "TCI particle of Saleratus is tnrncd lo gas and passes through the Bread • As or Biscuit while Baking ; cottse qnenily nothing remains but com mon Salt, Water ar.d Flour. Yon A N v will readily perceive by lite tasle a n n of this Suleratu* that it is entirely different from oiher Saleratus. ll is packed in one pound pa- CJQ pers, each wrapper branded,'-B T. Babbitt's Best Medical Salera-'OO tits also, picture, twisted laol of Breas, with a glass of elferves ring water on the top. When an c you purchase one paper yon N should preserve the wrapper, ami be particular lo gel the next exact ly like the first—brand as above, syrx Full directions for making Bread ewrv i U Willi the Saleralus and Sour Milk | or Cream Tartar, will accompany each lackage ; also, direction! lot making all kinds of l'astry ; also. , N „ directions for making Soda Water . „ and Seidltiz Powders. * N U MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP, WITH PQ B. T. BABBITT'S PURE /so ™ CONCENI RATED POTASH. DO Warranted double the strength of ordinary Potash ; put up in cans— I Id., 2 Ids., 3 Ids., 6 Ids. and 12 and lbs —with full directions for mak a'u ittg Hard and Soft Soap. Cttnsu mors will find this the cheapest Potash in market. TO Manufactured and for sale by 'D B. T. BABBI IT. AI Nos. 68 & 70 Washington st , N. Y., and 38 India-st., Boston.| Bioomsbnrg Express Office, for (lie 4'oiii|tiiiileN or IloWuril & Co., AND HOPE. ALL orders for Goods to come by Eppress, sent Free ol Charge loall parts of lite <Ollll - Money and Bills collected. All Losses and Damages promptly paid A. C. MENSCH, Agent. RT In addition to the above, the under signed is likewise agent for lite sale of FLOUR .//N/J FEED. which he will sell at the lowest Cash Prices. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR always on hand. Likewise GROCERIES, as CofTee, Sugar, and Molosses. A share of Public patronage is respectfully solicited. A. C. MENSCH, Agent. Bloomsburg, July 20, 1859.—3 m. GREENWOOD SEMINARY. A BOARDING SCHOOL and Normal Ill 's*- stitine, for Teachers and others. The first quarter will commence April 11th. The second after Summer vucatiuu, on August I 5 h, etc. TERMS :—s3o per Quarter for all expen ses. Catalogues will be sent to those who apply lor them. WM. BURGESS, Prin. Mtllville, Pa., March, 30, 1859. II- 11 VANNATTER, CABINET MAKER. I rpHE undersigned having entered into' -L business, and rented Witt. Ilabb's Shop, on Main street, near D. Stroub's Grocery, and prepared to furnish all kinds of CABINET WORK, 6uch as CHAIRS, BED STEADS. BU- I RKAUS, CUPBOARDS, SOFAS, I STANDS, TABLES, etc., He is also prepared to attend to HOUSE > PAINTING and PAPERING, in all its de partments. THE UNDERTAKING BUSINESS will likewise be attended to. He will con stantly keep on hand an assortment of Fin- I ished Coffins, by which he can iill all or ders on presentation. B. H. VANNATTER. Bloomsburg, June 1, 1859. PUBLIC SALE OFItEAL ESTATE OF CONRAD HESS, DEC'D, WILL be exposed to public sale on lite premises, on Friday the twenty fifth day of November next, all that certain planta tion and tract of land, situate in Sugarloaf township, Columbia county, adjoining lands of Wm. J. Hess on the south, Win. Hess on the east, Wm. Stephens oil the north and i east, and land of the heirs of Robert Mont gomery on the west, containing one hun dred and seventy five acres and one hundred and forty nine porches, (the quantity lo be ascertained by survey,) late the estate ol Conrad Hess, deceased. There is on the premises a Two Story Log llouc. a Log Barn, Frame Shed, Two Apple Orch ards, and about fifty acres cleared land.— The crop of grain upon the premises when sold, will be reserved, possession of the premises will be given lo the purchaser on the first day of April next. Condition will be made known on day of sale WILLIAM HESS Executor. of Conrad Hess, dee'd. Sugarloaf Iwp., August 17, 1859. A.M. RUPERT, TINNER St STOVR DEALER, Shop on South side of Main sireel, below Mat ket. JOSEPH SHARPLESS. FOUNDER AND MACHJNEST, Buildings on the alley beiween the " Ex change" and "American House.'' FRESH ARRIVAL FO AT HEAD QUARTERS! MCKELVY, VEAL & CO., TTAVE just received and opened theirstock of Merchandise for sale, which compri ses the LARGEST, Cheapest, and handsom est assortment now offered in this TOWN.— Having paid great attention to the selection of their entire stnek as to Price and Quality, they flatter themselves that they can compete wiiti the cheapest, and all those wishing. to buy cheap, can save money try giving us a call. We haven 1 ! kinds of goods and wares lo supply the wauls of the people. A very large arid complete assortment ol LADIE'S DIIESS ROODS. Fietich Merirtoes, wool plaids,alpacas, bom bazines, ile bages, ooplins parametta cloths, mohair lustres, muslin rle laities, Persian clollis, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c. WHITE GCODS OF ALL KINDS, Sleeves, Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs, flouticings, bands anil triininings, Lees and edgings,bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel vet liblinns, nnil braids, kid, cotton, lisle thread gloves, mohair miffs, Re. AEE lit YDS OF SHAWLS, b'roclte, Bay Slate, Waterville, black silk, cashmere, embrodered, &. Also a very large large assortment of Cloths, cassimers, salinels, veslnigs, tweeds, jeans, coating vel vet, beaver cloths, &c, EGOTS & SI of all kinds and sizes for men, women and children. We have a large assortment ol HATS and CAPS of the latest fashion. We have also, Hardware, Qoeensware, Cedar ware. &c. Very cheap CARPETS, CARPET-BAGS, FLOOR, table and carriage oil cloths, trials, rugs, bas kets, &c. Muslins, flannels, lickings, dia pers, towelings, drillings, &., in abundance. We invite our Irieuds and die public gen erally lo give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. We have bought our goods at the LOWEST CASH PRICKS and will not tie undersold by anybody or the rest of man kind. WcKELVY, NEAL & CO. Bloomsburg, June g, 1759. GROCERY, BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. In the Exchange Block, Main St., Bloomsburg, THE undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of Bloomsburg, and the public in general, thai they have formed a partnership under die name and firm of Moyer & Shel don, and have just opened in their spacious new Siore House, the GROCERY, BAKERY & CONFECTION ERY BUSINESS, On an extensive scale in all iheir various de partments, and h great variel es, whetelhey will always be pleased to meet their friends J and administer to their creature comforts. Their groceries are all fresh, and of the I choicest kinds, have been selected with ' much care, and will be sold for oasli, at the "lowest living prices." Their Bakery is entirely new, conslrucied after the mnst modern improvements and will be under die superintendence of "mas ter workmen." Their confectionery is manufactured by themselves vvidi care and cleanliness—and cannot be surpassed by the most improved importations. OYSTER SALOON AND RESTAURANT. They have also filled up a must magnificent Restaurant and Oyster Saloon, occupying the entire space of the (up stairs) second floor, wiill splinter new fixtures and finishings, where they will be happy to serve iheir cus tomers with choice Oysters, wholesale and retail. N. 15--A Ladies' Saloon separated from the General Restaurant, has also been pre pared for their special accommodation. ALBERT MOYER, E. M. SHELDON. Bloomsburg, Oct. 27, 1858. MARRIAGE GUIDE. A NEW BOOK, BY AVIILIAM.YOIIIIG, IW. 11. f l' e secret clue to courtship, Love and Marriage : will) the diseases incident to Youth,Ma luri,y nl Old Age—being lights vvWrßw a 'id shade- o! Married Life, its ' Joys and Sorrows. Hopes, Fears and Disappointments. Let all married peo ple, or those contemplating marriage and having the least irripedimctillo married life, read this book. Let every young man and woman in the laud read this book. IT IS FULL OF I'LATKS and discloses secrets thai every one should know : a liltle knowledge al fir.t may save a world ol trouble in alter 1 life. Send for a copy (enclosing 25 CPIIIS) to Pa WM. YOUNG. No. dl 6 M'KUCE ST., PHILADELPHIA. | April 27, 1859. BLOOMSBURG RARRER SIIOI*. I TplIE undersigned respectfully informs ihe ciiizens ol Bloomsburg, arid the public generally, that he lias taken ihe Barber Shop, located on Main Street, in Ihe while Frame Building, nearly opposite Ihe Ex change Block,where lie is at all limes ready ] to wait upon his customers to entire satis-i I faction. SHAVING AND HAIUDRESSING, Will be executed with care and neatness and In the most fashionable style, and on ve-y moderate terms. lyShanipooiiig,done up in City Style.— ' Thankful lor past custom he solicits iucreas ed patronage ami pledges his bed endeav ors lo give every reasonable satifaction. FERDINAND STINE. Bloomsburg, Juue 29, 1859. THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF 1 YOUTH AND MATURITY, Jst Published Gralis, 25ih thou "l'iai Y sand: A few words on the ration al lieatment, without medicine,of Snperma lorrhen, or Local weakness, nocturnal Emis sions Genital and nervous debility, Prema ture decay of the system, impotency, and impediments to marriage generally. ITY R. DC Laiiry, M.IL The important fuel that the many alarming complaints, originating in the imprudence and solitude oT youth, may be easily remov ed Wiihout Medicine, is in this small truct clearly demonstrated; and the entirely new and highly successful treatment, us adopted by the author, fully explained, by means of which every one is enabled to cure himsell perfectly and HI the least possible cost, there by avoiding all the advertised nostrums of the day. Sent lo any address, gratis and post free in a sealed envelope by remitting, post paid, two postage stamps lo Dr. B. De LANKY, 88 East 31st Street, New York City- June 15, 1859-22. " Wu WB3£9 Attorney t Eaw, BLOOMSBURG, PA. Office in Court Alley, Kal of Court House. DAVID LOW'ENBERG, a LOT HI NO STORE, ■ On Mam street, two doors above the "Amer ican Hotel." A MEDICAL REVOLUTION The World Uuauliuous • lIOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT; THE GREAT COUNIER IRRITANT ! ! The virus of disease often makes its way to the internal organs through the po'rek of the skin. This penetrating Ointment) melt ing under the hand as il is rubbed in, is ab sorbed through (tie same channels, and, reaching the aeat of iuflamatioii, promptly and invariably suhdnes it, whe her located in the kidneys the liver, the lungs, or any other important organ. It penetrates tlie surface Itt the interior, through the countless tubes that communicate with the skin, as summer rain pas-es into the fevered earth, diffusing its cool and regenerating influence, SKIN DISEASES AND GLANDULAR SWELLINGS. Every species of exterior irritation is quickly reduced by the ami inflammatory action ol this Ointment. Angry Eruptions, sucti us salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head, Nettle, Rash, Scab ies, (or Itcii) .c., die out, to reiurn no more, under this application. Hospital experi ence ill all parts of the World ptovea lis infallibility in diseases of the skin, the mus cles, ihe joints and the glands. ULCERS, SORES, AND TUMORS. The effect o( this untivalled external remedy upon Scrofula, and other virulent ulcers and soies, almost maraculous. It first discharges the poison which produces suppuration and ptoud flesh, and thus the cures which its healing properties afterwards complete are safe as well as permanent. WOUNDS, BRUISES, BURNS, AND SCALDS), In cases of the fracture of the bones,•in juries caused by steam explosions, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Rheumatism, Stiffness of the Joints, and contraction of Ihe sinews, it is employed and warmly recommunded by the faculty. This marvellous remedy lias been introduced by its inventor in persons into all the leading Hospitals of Europe,and no private household should be without It. UNDEFINABLE TESTIMONY. The Medical Staff ol the French and Eng lish Armies in the Crimea offir-ially signed their approval of HOLLOWAY'S Ointment, as die most reliable dressing for sabre cats, siabs, and gun-shot wounds. It is also used by the surgeons of the Allied Navies. Both the Ointment ami l'ills should be used in the Jolloxving cases : Bunions, Mercurial Eruptions, Burns, Piles, Chapped Hands, Rheumatism, Chilblains, Salt Rheum, Fistula, Scalds. Lumbago, Skin Diseases, Swelled Glands Sprains, Sore Legs, Stiff Joints, Sore Breasts, 'J'eiter, Sore Heads, Ulcers, Sore Throats, Veneral Sores, Sore of al! kinds, Wounds of all kinds, W CAI/'f'lON !—None are genuine un less the world •' Ilulloway, New York and London," are discernible as a water-mark in every leaf of the book of directions around each pot or box; the same may be plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light. A hand some reward will be given to any one ren dering such information as may lead to (he detection of any parly or parties counterfeit ing the mediciesnr vending the same, know ing litem to be spurious. Sold al the Manufactory of Professor HOLLOWAY, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by alt respectable Druggists and Deal ers in Medicine throughout the United Slates and the civilized world, in pots at 25 cents, 62i reins, and $1 each. IST There is a considerable saving by taking lite larger sizes. N. B—Directions for the guidance of pa tients in every disorder are affixed to each pot. " August 17, 1859. m - A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE! ! per month, and all expenses paid, ffll U"Agents wanted in every town and i ounly throughout the United Stales to en gage in a light and easy business, in which the above profit may certainly be realized. For particulars address Willi stamp, DR. O. PHELPS BROWN. No. 21 Grand street, Jarsey City, N. J. PERFECT WATCHES. MADB BY B.J. WARNER and FRED. MARSHALL, of London, UNSURPASSED FOB TIME AND DURABILITY, having received the approbation ol the ROYAL POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE OF LONDON. Prices at Retail from $lOO to $2OO. The Trnde Supplied on LtLcial Terms. DIAMONDS AND FINE JEWELRY constantly on hand at Wholesale. W. KVEUTSON SMITH, No. 15 Maiden Lane, July 27, 1859. New York City. AHE RICA N IK) USE.' JOHN LEACOCK, Proprietor. llloomsbnrg, ('a- THE Proprietor of this well known estab lishment thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended him, takes this method of informing his friends and (he public, thai lie has added considerable to ihe facilities of his house and is prepared to accommodate all those who may favor him willr their cus tom. His house and its arrangements will be found to be in good order, and he hopes by a strict desire to pleass, to receive a lull share of palronage. U° ' ia:i also good sta bling and attentive ostlers. JOHN LEACOCK. Bloomsburg, July 21, 1858. '■TRIMMINGS AND NOTIONS, lancy arti- J- cles, a good assortment ol Hosiery of the best quality i also gloves, mitts, baskets, Ca bas Combs, dress trimmings and linings, sewing silk, ibread, etc., eic., to be had next door to the "Exchange." AMELIA D. WEBB. Bloomsburg, May 25, I s *'. Il:u-f iiinn'a Corner again. rpHK snbscribers have juHt returned from Ihe City with a large and extensive slock of Spring Goods, which lliev offer at the vety lowest figures lor READY PAY. Thank ful past tavors Ibey still solicit a share of public patronage, feeling confident that they can satisfy all who wish to buy cheap. H. C. & I. W. HARTMAN. Bloomsburg, April 13th 1869. IKON STEEL, ami overy kind of Hard I ■- wate or sale by I McKELVY, NEAL k Co,