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tHlooinsbnrc|. sd. NOV. 10, 1859?"' Iltv. J G NOBLE'S Communication will appear in our next. We are obliged to crowd out several important pieces this week. CHARLES M. BLARED, Brigadier General nnd Attorney at Law, of Bloomsburg, is ap pointed Honorury Agent ol the Cosmopoli tan Art Association lor this place and vicin ity.- The appointment is in the right place. WE have been requested lo announce that the Rev. J. R. DIMM will deliver a lecture before the Young Men's Christian Associa tion in this place, on next Friday evening, In the Lutheran Church. THERE will be a donation given to Rev. A 1-'. Ilornberger, of East Blooinsburg, on Friday next (the 18th ) It is hoped that the donors will be numerous and liberal, as their presents will be well deserved and thankfully received. TIIE Prospectus ot Horracc Greeley's New- York Tritium wiil be seen in number column of the STAB. The Tribune is a good paper, j laying usiPo its politics, it lias a very largo circulation, we should think second to no other. THE REV. J. G. NOBI.K is engaged in hold ing a revival meeting at Franklin, Bradford Comity, Pa., where some seventy or seven ty five have made a profession of religion. This certainly must be encouraging to a j Worker in so good a cause. WE learn by hand bill that Prol PRICE wi'l give an exhibition of wirewalking in Berwick on Saturday next. He will walk a i tight-wire from the top ol Messrs Bowman and Owen's store lo the roof of the Rising ■, Sun Hotel. He performed at Danville on last Saturday with good success, giving general satisfaction. We are informed of a painful accident j 1 occurring at Maiuville, on the 31st lilt. The only child ol Daniel Brown, aged about two years, in playing about the room, Jell back ward into a bucket of hot water, so scald ing it as to CHiise death in about twelve hours.— Cut. Co. Iltpubacin. Boys AND GIRLS OWN MAGAZINE is a hand some little periodical, designed especially lor the "small folks." It is real'y an inslrnc tive work, and deserves encouragement.— 1". will be sent one year, to any part of the Uuited Slates, for Seventy-five Cents. Wm. L Jones, Publisher, 152 Sixth Avenue, New York. We are glad to learn, that Mr GEO W. RAMEY, youngest son ol Mr. Daniel Ram sey, of this place, has been appointed as General Superintendent of the Ireiglit de partment of the East Pennsylvania Rail road We rejoice in the advancement of our young friend, which is well deserved.— J)an. Democrat. WE learn from the last Sullivan County Democrat that a young man hy the name of A, DAMS, who was, at the last term of Court, | convicted of larceny, and sentenced to five month's imprisonment in the county Jail, made his escape on last Friday night, tak ing with him a watch and apairot pants belonging to ex-Sheriff Craft. This is the third prisoner that has escaped from that Jail within ihe last year without materially injuring the building. Cou KTT COMMISSIONER— Joseph li Patton. onr newly elect County Commissioner, was on Monday last duly sworn into office, Mr Henry Bittcnbender retiring. Mr. Patton was handsomely elected over his competitor, l\lr. John Staley , whom the Republicans lauded very highly for his official capacity and hon esty. The successful candidate is now fully in his official capacity, and will be a care ftil guardian ot the County's interests. The retiring officer, Mr. Bitleubender, has faith lully served his constituents, and retires from his official duties with the applaudit, "well done, good and faithful servant." His offi cial career will bear inspection. AM ITEM or NEWS. —Our readers expect us lo give them all the local news, and make up the balance with items of general interest; and sometimes they expect of us a great deal more than they receive, never thinking what a large amount of labor a caterer for a ncs-paper has to perform.— The object of this item is, to apprise our readers, one and all, of the late arrival of A'CW Goods at MC'KKI.VY'S Corner, from the eastern cities. Their shelves are being thoroughly replenished with goods, such as any merchant may feel proud to lay before the politic. They will sell cheap for cash also exchange goods for country produce. BURIED ALIVE.— Mr. Job Johnston, while employed in digging a pit for the hoisting machinery at Grove Brothers' new Furnace in Dfnville, narrowly escaped an appal ling death. Alter descending 30 feet the earth caved in, and buried him, to the depth of six feet. His friends having ascertained that he was still alive, made the most ac tive exertions for his relief; but owing to the tailing earth from every side, about three hours had elapsed before they reach ed him. He was finally liberated, chilled und exhausted. By ihe prompt action of Dr. Simington the sufferer was partially re otored, and is now rapidly recovering.— Much credit is duo to Mr. Grovo and his employees, for their deep symphathy and active exertions, in behalf of the unfortu nate man.— Montour American. WILLIAM DENINU, a printer, formerly of York, Pa., has been re elected High Con- *a ble of San Andreas, California. AN explosion of fire damp took place in the mines of the Consolidated Coal Com pany, on Friday before last, at Wilkesbarre, killing two men instantly. SHERIFF SALES. OY virtue of several writs of alias venditioni exponas, No. 14 of Dec. term, 1859, is sued out of the Conit of Common Pleas of Columbia county, will be exposed to public Sale or vendue, at the COURT HOUSE, in Bloortisburg, on MONDAY, the sth day of DECEMBER, 1859, at 1 o'clock, p. m., the following described real estate, to wit: All that certain Ibt of ground situate in f.ight Street, Scott township, ColumDiaco., bounded as follows, to wit: On the west by Main Street of said town, on the north by lot ol James McMichael, on the east by an alley, on the south by lot of William I'ritoh ard, containing sixty feel in front, anil one hundred and sixty-five leel in dep:h, where on is erecied a two story frame dwelling house, n frame shop, a frame stable and other outbuildings, with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the propeity of Robert B. Wardm. ALSO,—At the same lime and place, No. 15, of Dec. term, issued out of the Court ol Coin. Pleas ol Col. Co., all thai certain tract or piece of land, situate m Fishingcreek tp., Columbia county, containing one hundred acres, be the same more or less, about eighty acres ol which is cleared land, bounded on the can by land of Hartman; on the north, Kltas i'ealer; oil the north east, Jonas Doty; on the west by land ol Samuel Creveling, and on the south by laud of Hugh Mcßrtde, whereon is erecied a two story Plank house, a Bank Barn, Shoemaker Shop, good spring house and well; also ait apple orchard is on the premises. i Seized, taken in execution and to be sold 1 as the pioperly ol Thomas & John I'ealer ALb'O.—At the same time and place by virtue ol % writ of Venditioni Exponas No. 18, December Term 1859, issued out of ihe Court of Common Pleas of Columbia County, all thai cerlain iot ol ground situate in MainviHe, Maine township, Columbia county, bounued as follows to wit: on the west by a public, road or slreet running through the said town a southerly direction, on the south by a lot of Isaiah Shurnan, and on the east by land of Isaiah Shurnan, and on the north by a public road leading Iroin Maineville to Miffltuville, containing One Fourth of an Acre, be die same more or less, whereon is erecied a two and a ball story Brick Store Ilouse, with the appurten au;es. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold a the properly of Aaron Andrews and Sam uel Andrews. ALSO —At the same time and place, by | virtue of a writ of Veil. Exp. No. 23, Dec. term, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia co., all tliat certain lot or trucl of land situate in Beaver township, Columbia county, bounded and described as follows, to wit: On the north bv lands of David Davis; on the east by Peter Geaihart; J on the south by land of Lewis Yeager; and on the west hy land of Isaac Davis, con mining ten acres, be the same more or less, about three acres of which is improved laud, whereon is erected a new two story Plank dwelling house, a plank carpenter shop, a one and a hall story plank dwelling hon-e and a Irame stable, with the uppurle- j nances. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the properly ol Philip DeFrain. ALSO, —At Ihe'anie time ar.d plare, by virtue of a writ of Ven. Exp., No. 38, Dee. term, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Colombia comity, all that certain lot of land, situate in ihe borough ol Ber vieh, in the county of Columoia, bounded j and described as follows, lo wit: Beginning at the corner of a blacksmith shop on Mar ket Slreet, abutting on lot of N. B. Ev a ns thence along said Market Street to oscond Stree' 89 leel, thence along said Second St. 494 feet to lot No. 4. of Giiocrt Fowlc thence along said let R9 feel more or less lo the corner ol N. B. Evans' lot, thence along said lot parallel with Second Street 494 feet to the comer of said blacksmith shop, the place of beginning, whereon is erected one Irarrte blacksmith shop, a Irame wheelright shop, and a two story Brick Store House, wi'h the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and to be soiJ as the property of Josiuh B. Dd*oii. ALSO,—At the same time and place by virtue of writ of vert, ex., No 39. of Dei-em ber Term, issued out ol the Court ol Com mon Pleas of Columbia countv, all tnat cer lain tract of land situate in Mifflin township, Columbia county, bounded nnd described as follows, to wit : On lite north by land ol Elizabeth Lutz, oil the east by land of Abra ham Mosteller, on the south by laud- of the Columbia Coal & Iron Company, and on the west by land ol Stephen Creasy and Stephen Hetler, containing one hundred and twelve acres, be the am'e more or less, about 85 acies of which is cleared laud, whereon is erected a two story s'.nue dwelling house, a log bank Barn, a cider house and other out buildings, a large apple orchard, with the appurtenances. i Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Samuel B. Seybert. ALSO, —At the same time and place by virtue ot a writ of ved. exp., No. 40, ol Dec. Term, issued out of the Court ol Common Pleas of Columbia county, all that certain lot ol land situate in Fishingcreek township, Columbia county, bounded and described BR follows, to wit: On the north by land of McKinney Buckalew, on the past by land ol Isaac Buss, on the south by land of Jacob Merkel, and on the west by a public road leading from Berwick to Towar.da, contain ing five acres more or less, all of which is cleared land, whereon is erected a frame dwelling house, a Irame barn aad other out buildings, with the appunenai's. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the properly of John Pealer, jr. ALSO, —At the same time and place by virtue ol a writ ol venditioni exponas, No. 43, of Dec. Term, issued out of Ihe Court of Com. Pleas ol Columbia co., all that certain tract or pieee ol land situate in Sugarloaf tp., Coiumbiucourity, containing filly tour acres of which about twenty one acres are cleared land, bounded on the north by lands ol Mi chael Beishline, on the south by lauds ol Abraham Short/, on the east by lands of Daniel Hess ami Jesse Hartman, and on the west by lands ol Edmund Craw-lord, where on is elected a one and a half story plank dwelling house, a frame barn and a black smith shop, with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and sold ae the properly of John MichfNt; ALSO, —At the same time and place by virtue ol a writ ol vend, exp., No 48. of De cember sJctWi .issued out of the Court of CommonVlttas of Columbia county, all that certain lot of land situate in the borough of Berwick, Columbia county, bounded and described as follows, to wit : On the north by Mailt Street of said Borough, on the east by lot of Powell Kirkendall, on the south by Water Street of said Borough, and on lire west by lot of George Both, containing one thrrd of an acre, be the same more or less, whereon is erected a two story frame dwel ling house and other outbuildings with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property ol John M. Snyder & Sullie W. Snyder. ALSO, — At the same time and place by virtue ol ajarrit of Vend. Exp., No. 50, De cember Term 1859, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia county, all tne Delendatits right, title, and interest in all that certain lot of land situate in Centre township, Columbia county, containing Five Acres, more or less, all of which is improved land, bonndeb and-described as follows lo wit: On the north and east by | land nf Levi Miller, on the souih by a pub : lie rbad leading from Blonmsburg to Ber wick, and on the west by land of Philip Miller, whereon is erected a one and a half story Frame Dwelling House, a Fiame Sla ble, with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and In be sold as the property of Mulanchlon Baker. ALSO,—At Ihe same lime and place liy virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa., No. 31, of Dec. Term, 1859, issued out ol theCuurt ol Com mon Pleas of Columbia coonly, all that cer tain tract of land situate in Mifflin township, Columbia county, bounded by lands of Ste phen Creasy on ihe west, nn the north by lands of Elizabeth Lutz, on the east by land ol Emanuel Kirkemlall, and on the south by land of Cox, containing one hundred and twelve acres more or less, whereon is erecied a two story stone house, a log barn, cider press, and other outbuildings, about eighty-live acres cleared land, and a large apple orchard on the premises. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the properly of Samuel 15. Seybert. ALSO—At the same lime and place, by virtue ol a writ of Ven. Exp., No. Dec. Term, 1859 issued out ol ihe Court of Common Pleas ol Columbia county, all that certain lot or piece of land situate in Fishing Creek township, Columbia county, containing Thirty-four acres, be the same more or less, about Eighteen acres of which is cleared land, bounded on the north by land of I'ealer's heirs, on the south by Dan iel Bogard, on ihe wast by on the east by heirs of George Laubaeh. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the properly of Jacob Laubach. ASLO,—At the same lime and place, by virtue ol a writ of Ven. Exp., No. 71 Dec. Term, 1859, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia counly, all ihe Defendant's life estate in all that cerlain tract of hind situate in Briarcreek towliship. Columbia county, bounded and described as follows to wit: On the north by land of Adam Dietrich and Joseph Vanhorti, on the east by land of John Vaupelt, on the south by land ol James Lemon, and or. the east by land ol George Ztnet's heirs, containing Thirty Acres, all of which is improved land, with the appurtenances. Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as the property of Uriah Vaupelt. JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff's Office, | Sheriff. Bloomshnrg, Nov. 2. 1859. j Grand Jurors Tor Dec. Term, 1859. Bloom—Joseph Sltarpless. Biiarcreek—Archibald Henry, John MartZ, William H. Woodin. Beaver—John Singley, Samuel Cox. Cattawissa—Jacob Kreigh, William Krick baum, Samuel Thomas. Fishingcreek—John VVenner. Franklin—John Ztgler. Greenwood—Elisha Albenson. Hemlock—David Wagner. Jackson—Peter Hodge. Locust,—-Charles Metz, John H'arner. Madison—Phineas Wellivet,Perry Chris tian, Isaac Whipple. Ml. Pleasant—Hiram Thomas, Andrew J. Ikeler. Maine—Charles Michael. Orange—John Neyhard. Pine—Jacob Dreibiebis. Traverse JiUfors for Dec. Term, 1859. Bloom— William Sloan. l!riarureek—Mordecai Jackson, John Fes ter, jr., David Shaffer. Beaver—Jusiah Itiiienhouse,\Vm Schnell .Cattawissa Reuben Rohrbach, George Breisch. Centre'—Jacob Hettler, John Zaner, Henry Mover. Fishingcreek—Thos. J. Hutchinson Alex ander Cramer. Greenwood—Eli Mendenhall, Jonas Hay man. Hemlock—Mathias Heller. Jackson—Absalom MoHenry, George Get ty, Epliram McHenry, William E. Roberts. Locust—Peter Helwig, Adam Marks. Madison—Jonathan Johnson, John Hen dersiiot. Maine—Michael Gruver, Ssth Hartman. M'fflin Elisha B. Brown. Mi. Pleasant—Win J. Ikeler, Jno. Ale. Orange—John Ituini. Pine—lsaac J. Lyons. Roariugcieek—Philip Cool, Ben. Wagner. Scott—Peter Km, Silas E Fowler, Alfred Mood. List of Causes for Dec. term, 1859. 1. Tovnslii|> of Cnnyiigham vs. Jacob Dork, el al. 2. John Johnson vs. Daniel dialer. 3. Amos W. Creamer vs. Chas. B. Troy. 4. Wm Simons et. al. vs John Covanho van's Administrators. 5. Benjamin A. Cole vs. Wm. Simons. 6. John Pealer vs. Thomas Pealer. 7. Peler Miller vs. The Caltawissa, Wtl liamsporl & Erie Kail Road. 8. Win. Kobieon vs. Thomas C. Else. 9. Samuel Lemrnon vs. A. W. Creamer. 10. John M'Calla vs. Henry Hans. 11. Benjamin F. Hayhurst el. al. vs. The Bloomsbnrg Rail Road & Iron Co. 12. Benj. YViutersleen vs. John Rennet. 13. Geo. Parks' Ex. vs. Henry M. Fuller. 14. Lucas Fall ringer vs. George Miller, el. al. 15. Thus. W Edgar vs. Svlvesler Fox. 'l6 Aaron Karus vs. Philip Appleman. 17. Aaron Masieller vs. Michael Graver 18. Samuel Nuss vs. Isaiah Simmon. 19. Charles Seyberi, ei. al. vs. Daniel F. Seyberi. LIMIT STREET HOTEL. D. L. EVERIIART, PROPRIETOR. THE Proprietor ol this hotel lakes pleas ure in announcing to ihe public that he el ill occupies this large and commodious inA bouse in Light Slreel, Pa.,and is as ever,prepuired toaccom -vltllK ">odaie travelers, teamsters,dro flpSjSSSSS vets and borders, with accom modations that will favorably compare with any hotel in this section ol country. The traveling public may depend on all comforts al home, as his house is well furnished and always kept in order. His table and bar will always be found furnished wi'h Ihe best the market affoids. Mr. E. will ever be happy lo enteitain and accommodate his friends to the 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 ihe hotel business, will sell the properly at privaie sale, upon reasonable terms. The stand is a good one, with stables and all the neces sary outbuildings; all of which are in good condition. To uuy person wishing to em bark in ihe business, it is a good locality, and a desirable place. FRESH ARRIVAL OF AT MIAIU'IiESS' STOKE) IN BLOOMSBURG, PA. THE citizens of Bloomsburg and vicini ty, are respectfully informed that a frc-h supply of new goods have been received at Blnoinsburg. An expensive assortment has been received, one that will cotnoare lavorably with any MI this place. Country produce taken in exchange for goods al the marke'. price. JOSEPH SHARPLESS, Bloomsburg. Sept. 14, 1859. THE GENESEE FARMER. [ESTABLISHED IN 1831.] EXTR AOR DINARYOFFR! THE GENESEE FARMKII is now ailmitieil <o he the cheapest agricultural paper pub-J lishe<) in America. It is believed to have the largest circulation than any similar jour nal in the world, But there are thousands of farmers ot farmers who do pot take this or any similar paper. To reayh this large class, although the Fnrrr.tr is tiow cheaper than the cheapest, we have determined lo make it cheaper still. TO ALL WHO SUBSCRIBE NOW, Or before the firsl of December, we will send the Genesee Farmer for 1860 and the remaining two months of this year (Novem , ber and decernber) for fiifly cents. in | other wotds, we will send the remaining numbers of this year as a present lo all NEW subscribers. Send the fifty cents in three-cent postage stamps, al our risk ; or get one uf your neighbors to join with jou, and send a dollar bill. Published for twenty-nine years, in the very heart ol the "Genesee Country," with hundreds of the best farmers and (mil grow ers, in every State, as correpondetlt*, the Genesee Farmer contains information ol great value. It is the "FARMER'S OWN PAPER," And no eflort is spared to make it vorlhy ol their support. WHEAT-CULTURE receires spetial at tention. Every subject connected with the farmer's vocation is disscuased. Ths Man agement untl Breeding of Stnckj Cultivation ol grain and grass; Farrn-Houses, Buildings, Fences; Udeiiirnining, Plowing. Sowing, Harvesting, Threshing, Marketing ; Dairy Management ; and every operation on the Farm or Garden, receive attention. Full and reliable reports of the Markets In New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Roch ester, Buffalo, Toronto Chicago, Cincinnati, Liverpool, and London, are given each month, prepared expressly lor the Farmer by a gentleman of great experience, intelli gence, and sagacity. DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. The Ladies, too, write lor the Genesee Farmer, anil furnish hundreds of well-tried and valuable Receipts. We dusign lo make the Volume for 186Q decidedly the best of the series. TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE DOLLAS In Cash Premiums will be paiif for the greatest number of subsetibera sen' in by lite fifteenth of Jannnrv. AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN. Specimen copies and sent gratis to all who tips',| 0 ac t ag Asents. TWENTY-ONE CASH PRIZE*, Beside liberal Specific Premiums, and, in 1 lutqj ol eight, a twenty-five-cent Premium to every subscriber. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. bear in mind, all who subscribe nuw will gel Hie last two months of this year lor nothing. Only Fifty Cents a year. Address JOSEPH HARRIS, Publisher and Proprietor, Rochester, N. Y. October '.2, 1859. PUBLICSALE or VALUABLE 02C3&53.11 L 23 S3 <1 SI 0; GDs, fBXHE undersigned Executors ol the Estate -■ ot Henry Hofitnau, deceased, will offer at public sale at the House of George Bea ver, mi the premises, on SATURDAY, the 3d day of December, next, at 1 o'clock, p. m., the Farm belonging to the said estate, situate partly in Roaring creek township, and partly in Locust town ship, Columbia county, containing 21&S PISM®g strict measure, with a division line run, cutting 53 acres and 108 perches in the northern part, and 71 actes and 115 perches in the southern part, all of which will be sold separately or together, (.djoming lands of Henry Huffman, jr., Abraham Mettsch, Joseph Beaver,, Daniel Beaver, Jtitlah Cheriton, arid others. About EIGHTY FIVE ACRES are cleared land, and in a good slate of cultivation, lite balance being excellent limber land. Tin re are erected on the premises a Kiousc, Frame Bnrn t and other outbuildings, with an excellent Well of water near ihe tinope. A )oung Apple Orchard i A aUo on the promi-en. This property if lying along t tie public road* leading to Tarn aqua and other towns, affording an easy access to market, thus making it a desirable situation. Conditions made known on day of sale by LKONARD ADAMS, ) Ev. m/or . HENRY HOFKMAN.jr. j £iC M ' Roaringereek, Nov. 2, 1859. Court Froclamaf ion. WHEREAS the Hon, Warwn J. WootU ward, Pie.-ident Judge ol ihe Court ol Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv ery, Court of Quarter Sessions ol the Peace, and Court of Common Pleas and Orphans' Court, in the 26th Judicial District, compos ed of the counties ol Columbia, Sullivan and Wyoming, and the Hon. Jacob Evans and Peter Kline, Associate Judges ol Columbia County, have issued their precept, bearing dale one thousand eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, and to me directed for holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions ol the Peace, Coin Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms burg, to the county of Columbia nil the first Monday (being the oth day) of Dec., next, and IO continue one week. Notice is hereby given, io the Coroner, the Justices of Ihe Peace and Constables ol the said County of Columbia, that they be then and there in their proper persons at 10 o'- clock in ihe forenoon ol said day, with their records, inquisitions and other remembran ces to do those tnings which to their offices upporlain to be done. And those that are bound by recognizes, to prosecute against the prisoners that are or may be in the Jail of sflid county ol Columbia, to be then and theie to prosecute then as shall be just. Ju rors are requested to be punctual in their attendance, agreeably Io their notice, dated at Bloomsburg, the 25th day of Oct., in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun dred and filly-nine, and in the 83il year of the independence of the United States of America. (God save the Coipmonweulth.) JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff. AUDITOR 8 NOTICE. ~ The undersigned, Auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of the county ol Colum bia, to distribute assets in the hands of Da vid Remley, Administrator ol Jacob W. Hess, late ol Jackson township, in the said county, decerned, among Hie several creditors ol ihe said deceased, in lite order establish ed by law, will attend to the duties of his appointment at his office, in Bloomsburg, on Saturday, the twenty-sixth day of No vember, A. D. 1859, at 10 o'clock ir: the forenoon of said day, when and where all persons interested may attend it they think proper. WESLEY WIRT, Bloomsburg, Oct. 26, 1859. Auditor 1859.—Dry Goods for Autumn—lßs9. TT". LL stock of nil goods, gull stock ol staple goods, full stock of fancy goods, fashionable lull Shawls, cloths, cassimeres, and veslings, blankets, quills, table Intone, &c. &c., EV RE & LAN DELL, Fourth Arch Street, PhiUid'a. N. B Black Silks, Wholesale, at low rates. 17Bargain* Daily from N. Y. Auctions September 7, 1859.—3m05. LOCATED AT PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK, BUFFA LO, ALBANY,CLEVELAND, DE TROIT AM) CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE, S. E. Comer Seventh and Chestnut Streets. ItF. FERBNCES JNO. I? MEYERS, H COWPERTHWAIT, Prof. JOHNS HART, J. B. LIPPINCOTT, MORRIS L.HALLOWFLL. COUNTING HOUSE COURSE. Ccmprises Book Keeping lor Mercantile, Banking Railroad, and Manufacturing Business with Pennmanship, Cal culations, Correspondence, &c. &c., fully qualifying the Student for atcnal business. Students receive individual ln -trnctton. Diplomas are awarded to Graduates. $33.00 Paj 8 for Life Scholarship good in seven Col leges; $25 for partial course. CS"" For Catalogue and Specimens of Wri ting, Address, inclosing two stamps, BRYANT & STRATTON, July 27, 1859. Philad'a. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES, The Largest and Cheapest stock ever offered in this City. OH AS. W.DEAJT, WHOLESALE DEALER IN French and German Baskets, Wood and Willow Ware.Notions, Brushes, nil cloths, Cotton I.aps, Wadding, Carpet Chain, &c No 119 MARKET Street, below 2nd, (north side) Philadelphia. TUIcl subscriber has just opened an entire * ly new and complete stock of goods of the best quality and description, to which bo would resperlltilly call tlte attention of Merchants anil Dealers who wth lo find a good article CHEAP FOR CASH. These goods were bought lor Net Cash, al the greatly reduced prices consequent upon the stringency ol the times, and be lieving the "nimble sixpence" to be belter than the "slow shilling," they are now of fered to the public at prices they de'y com petition. The lollowing are a few of the articles al ways on hand : Pails and Tubs of all kinds and qualities, Toy Pails, Salt and Sugar boxes, Hall Bnvh els and Peck Measures. Well Buckets, Towel Rollers, Patent, head and straight clothes pins, wa.-h boards, wooden mop handles. Grain scoops, toy wheelbarrows, com brooms, every vanely, shoe paint scrub and sweep brushes, &c. Blothes, brushes, Baskets, willow and ra lan chairs, shirt ratans, bird cages, clothes lines, beil cords, skirl cords, tie yarn, twine of ull kinds, together wi h a largo as-otl inent ol Notions and Fancy Goods. Hosi fery, Gloves, Shirts, Drawers, Threads, &c , cheap Irom auction. These goods are all new and carefully selected, and are offered al prices that can not tail to attract attention. Buyers will invariably find it to theirown interest to call before purchasing elsewhere. E3?" Perlicular attention given to packing goods for shipment, so as to prevent damage or excessive charges for freight. Orders by Mail promptly attended to. CHARLES W. DEAN. 116 Market St., north side, below 2nd, Philadelphia. Sept. 21, 1859-1)'. NEW ARRIVAL OF GOODS. ItiiTit! Lowcnlirrg H NVITES attention to his slock of cheap *• and fashionale vlothing at hisstoreorr Mark °l street, two doors above the 'Amer ican House,' where he has a full assort ment of men and boy's wearing apparel, including '.be most fashionable IB Jfc a& g <B <& <£ !B s B Box. sack, Irock, gum and oil cloth coats of all sort- and sizes, pants of all colors, shawls, stripes and figure, vests, shirts, era vals.stocks, collars, h and kerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy articles. N. B. He will also make to order any article of clothing at very sliorinoiice and in the best manner. All bis clothing is made to wear, and most of it is of home manufacture DAVID LOWENBERG. Bloomsburg, Oct. 5, 1859. Tinware Ac store Establishment. TMIE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in "■ forms bis old friends and customers, that he has purchased his brother's interest in the above establishment, and the con cern will hereafter be conducted by himself exclusively. He has just recoivetl and of lers lor sale Ihe largest and most r SI tensive assortment ol FANCY STOT ever introduced into this market. Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on hand and manufactured to order. All Uin.ls of repairing done, us usual, nn short notice. The patronage of old friends and newcus tourers is respectfully solicited. A.M. RUPERT - Bloomrburg, Jan. 12, 1853. if. 1,000 Agents Wanted. EVERYBODY'S LAWYER AND COUN SELLOR IN business containing plain and simple instructions to Everybody lor transacting their business according to law. with legal forms for drawing the various necessary papers connected therewith, to gether with the laws of the Stales, for Col lection ol Debts, Properly Exempt from Ex ecution, Mechanics' Liens, Execution of Deeds and Mortgages, Rights of Married Women, Dower, Usury, Wills, &c. By F'HANK CROSBV, Eq , of the Philadelphia Bar. 384 pages, 12trio. An entirely new work on the subject, adapted to the wants of every citizen ol the United Slates. Single copies sent by mail to any address, on receipt of price, 81.00, or in law style of binding at $1.25. 1,000 Agents wanted to canvass for- it with whom liberal arrangements will be made. Apply to or address JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher, No. 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa. October sth, 1859.—2m0. Bioomsbnrg Express Office. FOR THE COMPANIES OF HOWARD & Co., AND HOPE. ALL orders lor Goods to come by Eppress, sent FYee of Charge to all parts of the coun try. Money and Bills collected. All Losses and Damages promptly paid A. C. MEN'SCH, Agent. lif In addition to the above, the under signed is likewise agent for the sale of FLOUR „fIND FEEI). which he will sell at the lowest Cash Prices. F'XTRA FAMILY FLOUR always on hand. Likewise GROCERIES, as Coffee, Sugar, and Molosses. A share of Public palrouage is respectfully solicited. A. C. MENSCH, Agent, i Bloomsburg, July 20, 1859 3m. THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS! NEW GOODS. NIARTZ Sc KNT WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Light Street and vicinity that they have just received a new and extensive as sortment of DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, whioh they will sell cheap for cash. A hey huve a large and general variety ; all that is commonly found in a Country Store, and are determined to sell oltpap. lit the selec tion of their goods they have paid strict at tendon ; therelore their merchandise wiil bear recommendation and will prove to be of the first class. The proprietors are gentlemen and honor able dealers, and cordially solicit a Itt.eral share of patfnnage. Customers would do well lo call and examine their general vari ety before purchasing el-ewhere. Country produce taken in exchange for good at the highest market price. MARTZ & F.VT. Light Street, May 4, 1859. ~ THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS! ~~ STEPHEN H. MILLER HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF FALL & WINTER GOODS (L T the old stand in the Arcade Building on A. Main Street, Blnomsborg, which tie will sell cheaper than Ihe cheapest. It con sine in part of Silks alpnccas, lustres, cloths, cassirnensj laWns, french and scotch ging hams and in short, a lull and complete va riety of STAPLE AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, with a good selection of hats, caps, ROOTSANW ftHOUS, And a superior lo: ol FRESH GROCERIES, Tra*i Coffee* Siiff.'t r,Nlola wars Rice, Spices, &c. Also, Hardware, Queens ware, Crockery and Cedarware. Haying selected his entire slock with the greatest care and at the lowest cash prices, her can assure his bipods and the public generally, that be will do all in his power to make his establishment known as the ''Henil quarters for bargains " Those wish ing to purchase will find it lo their advan tage to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. Country produce lakpn in exchange (or goods at the market priees. Bloonisburg, October 12, 1859. JOSEPH 11 IKK ELL'S Ain !• ofy p c Ga 11 er y, Above the Republican Office, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA. \\l HERE lie indulges in ull the itnprove ** litems for taking the latest style of tmpiovrd ainbrotype", Melainol) pes and every other kind, together with KnE2HaILi©®2JAIPI£Ii3 fl which is a great saving of postage in send ing pictures by mail. Tlte Improved Am bmtypes have been decided by tbo best judges ot the art, to be the tnnst durable pictures now taken. They never lade or | change, and have all tit i boldness and beauty that the combined effuit ol nature agd art can produce. ALL KINDS OF PICTURES Copied. Large or small—Ambrotypes in serted in I'tns, Kings and Lockets. Best materials used, and all work warranted. Pictures taken equally well in cloudy or clear weather, excepting small children, when a light day is prelerred. Avoid while, pink or blue dresses. They are the most unsuitable ol all coldrs lor an Amhrolypc. IV Likenesses taken lor filty cents, in cluding cases. [Nov. 2, 1859-1;. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FltOM TIIR QUAKER CITV PI BLISIIIAG HOI SK ! 100,000 CATALOGUES, New, Kit la rued anil Bevised-Nnw Bendy for Distribution. —Superior Inducements to the Public! A new and st-.rn plan for obtaining Gold and Silver Watches, and other valuable Prizes. Pull particulars given in catalogue', which will be sent Iree to all upon applica tion. Valuable Gifts, worth from 50 els. to SIOO gnaratned to each purchaser. SIOO,OOO in Gifts have been disturbed to my patrons wilhir. the past six mor.lhs—slso,ooo to be disiributed doling the next six mouths. The inducements offered Agents are more liberal than those of any other house in the business. Having been in the Publishing and Book selling business lor the last eight years, my experience enables me to conduct the Gift Enterprise with the greatest satisfaction to all. AGENTS WANTED in every town anu county. For lull particulars address DUANE KULISON, Qnakpr City Publishing House, 33 South Third Sweet, Sept. 21, 1859-ltn. Philadelphia, Pa. NEW MLLISEKY GOODS. Fail & Winter lEmiuicl*. THE undersigned respeculully informs the ladies ol Bloomsbnrg, and vacinity, that she has just returned from the eastern cities with a splendid assortment of new MILLINERY GOODS, comprising everything commonly found in a first-class Millinery Shop. Her style ol Bonnets, cannot be surpassed in this sec lion of country, and her work will favora bly compare with any done this side ol the cities. She has on hand a lot ol neat and handsome bonnets, hats am! caps, fur little Misses, of all styles and prices. MA BY BARKLEY. Bloomsbnrg, Oct. 5 1859. OLD 1M HKA PITS BOOK OF Vie Travels and great discoveries ol Japaoese and East India Medicines, wi'b lull directions for the certain cure of Con sumption, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, Ca tarrah, Asthma, Fevers, Heart Disease, Scrofula, Cancer, Dyspepsia, Liver Com plaint, Gravel and Urinary Deposits, Fe male Complaints, &. Illustrated with hun dreds ul certificates of cures and engravings. Eur the purpo-e ol rescuing as many suffer ing fellow-beings as possible from prema ture death, it will be sent to any part ol the continent, by sending 25 cents to Drs. Heath. Sold by G. M. Hagenbuch, Bloomsburg ; N. L. Rank &. Co. Danville, Jacob Lawalt, Catasauqua ; A. Miller & Co, Berwick. DRS. HEATH, 647 Broadway, New York City. October sth, 1859.—1y. BLOOMSBURG Billllßlt SHOP fIIHF. undersigned respectfully inlormsthe -®- citizens ol Bloomsburg, and the public generally, that he has taken the Barber Shop, located on Main Street, in the white Frame Building, nearly opposite the Ex change Block,where he is at all times ready to wait upon his customers to entire satis faction. SHAVING AND HAIUDRESSING, Will be executed with care and neatness and in the most fashionable style, arid on very moderate terms. tyShumpooing,done up in City Style.— He solicits public patronage and pledges his best endeavors to give every reasonable suliiactton. CHA JJ LE; ; HENRY NOLL. Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 1859. BWDMSMm© CABINET WARE ROOMS. s. c. SUITE, T> F.SPKCTFULLY invites the attention of thr Public 10 hip 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 ment, of FASHIONABLE FURNITURE, which is equal m style suit finish to that of Philadelphia or New Fork cities, and st ss low prints- He has Sofa- of different siyle and price?, from £25 to SCO. Divans Louu iies, Walnut and Mahogany, l'arlor chairs, flocking and easy chairs, Piano slnols, aWr a variety ol upholstered work, with Pressing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and pier tablps, detashin, cheffeniers, whalnols and coin des and all kinds of fashionablt* work, tlis slock of bureaus, enclosed and 1 oomrnon wushslands, dress-tables, corner cnnboirds solas, DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES, bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is the largest in this section ol the couttiy. He will also keep a good assortment ol looking glasses with fancy gilt and common Irames. He will also furnish spring maltrasses fitted to any sized bedstead, iiich are superior lor dutahiliiy and comfort to any bed in use. Dloomsbnrg, January 13, 1858. TO HOUSEKEEPERS. SOMETHING NEW—B. T. BABBITT'S BEST MEDICINAL SALERATUS. I Is vrmiufnctnrn,l 11018 „<tmino,i -all, and is prepared entirely dif- PO ww lfereiit from other Saleralus. All "Cr 'he deleterious mailers extracted in such a manner as to produce Ibead,Bi scuit, and all kinds ol A Nr. Cake, witho'ut contains a particle tut ol Saleratus when the Bread or Cake is baked ; thereby produc ing wholesome results. Every parlicde ol Saleralus is turned to gas and passes through the Bread ' " | or Biscuit while Baking ; couse quently nothing remains but com tnon Sail, Water ar.ti Flour. Fou AND will readily perceive by Hie ta-te |AN S> I>l this Saleraius lha' it is entirely difieront from oiher Saleralus. It is packed in one pound pa- Afi iters, each wrapper branded, "B T. Babbitt's Best Medical Salera OCT tus also, picture, twisted laol 'il Brea-, with a glass ofefferves i-iug water on the lop. When AN p vou purchase one paper yon „ should preserve the wrapper, and he particular to get the next exact ly like the first—brand as above. n " d' recllons f° r making Bread I U with ihe Saleralus and Sour Milk or Cream Tartar, will accnmpariy each |arkage ; also, directioni foi making all kinds of Pastry ; also, AN „ directions for making Soda Water N and Seidlitz Powders. MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP, WITII FQ B.T. BABBITT'S PURE "O CONCEN i RATED POTASH. Oo Warranted double the strength of ordinary Potash ; put up in cans— t Id., 2 Ids., 3 Ids., 6 Ids. and 12 A N D lbs —with full directions foi mak- A Sir ing Hani and Soil Soap. Const) mors will find this Ihe cheapest Potash in market. Manufactured and for sale by 4LF B.T. BABBITT. < V Nos. 88 & 70 Washington si, N. Y., and 38 India-st., Bovlon. mil,ll SALE OF REAL ESTATE OF CONRAD HESS, DEC I), \*7TLL he exposed lo public sale on (he * * premises, on Fnihy the twenty fifth (lay of November next, all thai certain planta tion and tract of land, situate in Sngarloaf township, Columbia county, adjoining lands of Win. J. Hess on the south, Wm. Hess on the east, Win. Stephens on the north sntf east, ami land of the heirs of Robefl Mont gomery oil 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 of Conrad Hess, deceased. There is on lite premises a Two Slory Log House? a Log Barn, Frame bhed, 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 1 be made known on day of sale WFLf.fAM H ESS Executor. of Conrad Hess, dee'd. Sngarloaf Iwp , August 17, 1859. ~ AIKTOIISNEn SALF OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. TN pursuance of an order of ihe Orphans' Court ol Columbia county, William Lutz, Executor of I'eler f.utZ, deceased, will, on Saturday, the 26tli Day of Nov., 1539,' at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, expose to pub lic sale, on the nremises, in lite township of Benton, Columbia county, the following real estate, to wit:—A TRACT OF LAND, containing about SEVENTY-ONE ACRES, of which about 80 acres is cleared land, me balance young Timber (.and, on which are erecie.l TWO FRAME HOUSES AND A LARGE FRAME BARN. On the premi ses are an APPLE OKCII/ItICD, other Iruit trees, two good springs, and an excellent Well of Water Situated on the State road leading from Btonmsburg to Cam hra. I.an: tire estate of the said Pelnr Lutz, deceased. WILLIAM LU I E, F.xe'r. JACOB EYERLY, Clerk Bldomsburg, Nov. 2, 1859. Executors' Notice. Estate of Henry Hoffman, late of Roaringcreek township deceased. Letters testamentary on the above named estate have been granted to the undersign ed, by the Register ol Columbia County All persons having claims or demands against the estate o' the decedant are re quested to present lliem lo the Executors lor setilement, and those indebted will make payment without delay to HENRY HOFFMAN, jri LEONARD ADAMS, Roaringcreek, Sept. 7, 1859. Kxecutofe. RisiiMr Sun Hotel—Berwick, Pa. THE subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the travelling public that he has taken charge of the above named hotel,' and has filled it up in the best possible mah' iter for the accommodation of all who may favor him with their patronage. He flaltS'<* himsell that by unremitting aittentinn, he ean give entire satisfaction lo all. His table will be supplied with the best the market affords, and hin bar with the choicest liquors. Obliging and attentive ostlers will always be on hand, and his stabling is the mast ex tensive in this section ol country. • MAJ. N. SEELY. Berwick, April 20, 1859. JOSEPH SHARPLESS. FOUNDER AND MACHINE ST, i Buildings on the alley between the "R*. > change" and "Ameiicm Houie.'^