The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, December 26, 1860, Image 3

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STAR OF THE NORTH,!
BLOOMSBURG, PA.
Wednesday Morning, Dffeiaher 28th, 18G0.
Attfntion We won Id direct alteniion
of our readers to Ihe Card of Henry Zup
r'mger in this week's Str.
The Star is delayed one day thin week
on account ol Christmas. Onrself and hands
i:eed a little recreation as well as other peo
ple, if it is but one day.
Jitjck'Woodward has been holding his
regular term of Court in Sullivan County
this week. Last week he held Court at
Lewisbur for the county of Union.
The weather has all the appearance of
now. It could not -come in a more ac
cepted time ; roads and everything in "good
condition to receive it.
Carrier's Address The Carrier of this
paper will call opon our town subscribers
on New Year's Day, with his annual ad
dress. We hope all v?i!l be prepared to
give him a liberal reception.
Fox & Co., have on band, at their Con
fectionary Establishment, a fine assortment
of Candies, Toys, &c, for New Year's Diiy,
all of which tbey will sell as cheap as can
be had elsewhere. Give them a call, sec
ond door below the American House. -
A Correction. In giving the name of the
lunatic taken to Harrisburg last week by
Sheriff Snyder we should have said Robert
Brown instead of William Brown. We no
tice the other papers of the town fell into
onr error. We willingly maka the correc
tion. Bigler's DecvMr.NT According to prom
ise we, to-day, place before our readers the
very able remarks of the Hon Wm. Bigler,
United States Senator of Pennsylvania, de
livered in the. Senate a few days ago, on
the State of the Union. These remarks are
brief, conservative, and well applied.
A Sermon. On the first page of the Star
will be found the very able and Datrimic
Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered by the Rev.
John Chambers, in Philadelphia. It i a
noble production, and as an evidence of it,
it is being extensively published and read
in the American newspapers.
townsman, Wellington H. Eat, Eq.y has
been appointed Notary Public for the Coun
ty of Columbia, by the Governor of this
State. This is a good appointment and well
deserved, although not as lucrative an one
as we should like to see our young friend
enjoy.
For Sale We have two orders on the
Iron City College, Pittsburgh, payable in
tuition, which we would offer for sale cheap.
The amounts are tweuty dollars each. We
also hold an order on Bryant & Si rati on'
Commercial CoIIeg?, Philadelphia, which
ve will dispose of cheap. Here is a chance
lo procure tuition a little cheaper thai; else
where. Paper Change. A paper formerly pub
lished at Tamaqua, called The People, has
been removed to St. Clair, and no"Jv sails
under the title of, The St. Clair Sentinel. It
is rather a handsome sheet, of respectable
.- size, and displays considerable ed: tor il abil
ity. We endorse all but its politics, but
hoDe it mar live to see the error of iis was
that we may be able lo endorse politics and
all.
Not Pleased The Republican Press of
ihe North make very light 6ver the Union
demonstrations that have been held in the
cities and towns in the Northern States.
They speak of them in terms of ridicule,
a 'eating dirt, 'bowing-down,' and 'licking
frkicthern dust,' all following the brayings
of Greely, Seward & Co., not any of them
pleased in the least.
Christmas. This ancient holiday was
pretty generally observed by the citizens of
this place. The stores and places of busi
ness were nearly all closed. Services were
held i.i the Lutheran Church ; as to the oth
ers, we are not informed. Our Band made
itself agreeable by discoursing some very
excellent mu?;c. Had it not been for this
Company of Musicians and the Wire Per
formance, the town would have been as dry
mb a wilted'turnip. There was very little
rowdyism, as we are informed, to mar any
of the pleasures of the day. The weather
vas beautiful, and all passed off pleasantly
Exhibition or Wire-Walking Agreea
bly to announcement, Prof. Price gave an
exhibition of wire-walking in this place on
Christmas day. Besides walking his wire,
forward and backward, he performed -a
number of gymnastic feats upon it, which
w-ould he considered by many very difficult
lo do upon terra firma. His whole exhibi
tion was a decided improvement upon the
one given by him in this place some fifteen
months since. , IHanging by a hand, a leg,
or a toe, to the wire, (with a hard surface
underneath) are feats very few, if any, wire
walkers have undertaken. Hower'a Cornet
Cand discourfed music for the occasion.
Tx elt Notice. We would notify bur
.delinquent subscribers that two more pa
pers will close the Third Volume of the
Etas, since under onr proprietorship and
'.control. . Those knowing . themselves- in
debted to cs on subscription will confer a
.realaver upon os by squaring np their
scccrn'.s between this and the commence
ment! of the Fourth Volume, as we are
rrvVin'ueed of every cenldue us, in order
ih.it iT8."n:sy be able to meet all just de
rr.jtnJ that are brought against ns. We
a.- this day (-ending out bills to many " of
-irons with the'expec'ation that they
-r ---T)i1vattend-'t3 Vtha matte".
I ri T
:sr;c;.T or Fcsrth Volume, we wish
3 a r. : ?urt-w3 want to know who
.. f-:- , -a other wcrdi our paying
AMERICAN STOCK JOURNAL. ;
THE.
TSIIRX VOLUI5IE
. Commences January 1st ISGI.
T EYOTED especially to matters relating
"-'to domestic animals. The Iatgesi,and
cheapest paper of the kind inlhe world.
Published Monthly, at No. 25 Park Row,
New York. Price, 81,00 per year in ad
vance. SDcimen copies grati.
D. C. LINSLKY, Editor and Proprietor.
OTIS F. K. WAITE, Associate Editor.
Papers giving the above ad veniremen)
three insertion, and sending a marked
copy to A. G. Hatch, Windsor. Vt., will re
ceive a copy of the paper one year tree.
A. G HATCH, General Agnt.
Dec. 12, I860. 3t.
Auditor's Notice.
Estate of Daniel Pursel late oj Hemlock town,'
Aip, Columbia County, dee'd.
TO the Devisees of Daniel Pursel, and
all others interested in the estate of ds
cedent, you will take notice that the under
signed appointed Auditor by the Orphan's
Court of the County of Columbia, to m ake
distribution ot the balance in the hands of
John Pursel, Executor of Daniel Pursel de
ceased, to and among the Lega'ee of the
said decedent, that I will meet the parties
interested, at my office in the town of
Bloomsburg. in the County afroesaid on
THURSDAY THE THIRTY FIRST DAY
OF JANUARY, A. D. one thousand eight
hundred and sixty one, for the purpose ef
making the distribution, when and where
all persons interested in the said estate are
requested to present he claims to the Au
ditor or be debarred from coming in for a
share of the funds in the hands of the Exe
cutor. ROBERT F. CLARK. Auditor.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 12, 1860.
Auditor's Notice.
Estate of Benjamin Hayman, lute oj Otange
tovmship, Columbia county, Pa.
CREDITORS and all other persons inter-
esied, will lake notice, that the under
lined appointed Auditor by the Orphans'
Court ol the County of Columbia, to settle
and adjust the rates and proportions of the
assets of the estate of Benjamin Hayman,
deceased,- in the hands ot Solomon Neyhard,
his administrator, to and among the respec
tive creditors of the decedent according to
the order establisned by law, will attend at
hi office, in Bloomsbora, in said County,
on FRIDAYTHE FIRST DAY OF FEBRU
ARY, A. D , one thousand eight hundred
and sixty one, lor the purpose of adjusting
the rates and proportions, to and among the
several creditors, when and where all per
sons interested 'are requested 10 present
their claims to the Auditor or be debarred
from coming in for a share ol the aets.
W. WIRT. Auditor.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 12, I860 4w.
GOOD LIQTTC3.S.
cellem assortment of
Qa 2 CE 552 3
of all kinds, to whih he invites the atten
tion of dealers. His Liquors are of the
best brands, and one trial will satisfy all.
A. ANDREAS.
Mifflinville, June 27, 1860.
WYOJIING HOUSE,
J. . l,AYtO:K, I'ltlUMMIvTOIC,
WYOMING, LUZERNE COUNTY, PENN.
fJMHE Proprietor respect'ully informs his
3 friends and the public enerally that he
has taken charge of the Wyoming House, in
the village ol Wyoming, near the Radroad
Depot ol that place, an I has fitted it out so
as to entertain both transient and perma
nent visitors in a suitable and comfortable
manner. His rooms are spacious and airy,
and not only calculated to add to ihe conve
nience and comfort ot the iravelingcommu
nity, but also to those who would seek a
pleasant summer resort with families.
HIS TABLE will be supplied wiihthebest
the market can afford : and his BAR will be
famished with the purest liquors that can
be obtained. The proprietor will give his
exclusive attention to the comfort and con
venience ol his tnest. and is determined
to make the WYOMING HOUSE rank a-
Z fir ho,f ls in ,hue S' ue-
The Proorie'or hopes that from his expe
rience in the business, and by unremitting
attention on his part, combined with a judi
cious selection of the most careful and oblig
ing servants, he may .be entitled to the fa
vorable consideration of the public, and re
ceive a liberal share of their patronage.
CP Please give him a call, and judge for
yonrselve"- April 2, 1859.
Uisicg Sun Hotel Berwick, Pa.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform
his Iriends and the iravellmji public that he
has 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 tr.eir patronage. He flatters
himself that by unremitting atttentioo, he
can give entire satisfaction to all. His table
willbe supplied with the best the market
arTords, and his bar with the choicest liquors.
Obliging and attentive ostlers will always
be on hand, ard hfs stabling is the mast ex
tensive in this section of country.
MAJ. N. SEELY.
Berwick, April 20, 1859.
LIQTJOHS i LIQTJCKS i
Wholesale and ISctail.
THE subscriber would announce to the
citizens of Bloomsbom and vicinity,
that he is selling LIQUORS in large and
mall quantities, and at different prices, at
his New More, on fliain siteei,
north side, two doors 60011 of
Iron sireet, Bloomsbnrg. His
Block of Foreign and Domestio
consis's of Cognac and Rochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
Old Rye. gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and aiy quantity of
common. He alo has ....
PURE H LLAND GIN,
Madeiras" Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines; and last but not lealtt a
quami'y of good double extra BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell at the
lowest cash prices. ,Tbe public are respect
fully oliciied to give his liquor a trial.
D. W. RO il BINS, Ag't.
Bloomsborg, July II, 1860.
Flour and Feed Delivered !
CUKAPCU Till!. TOE CHEAPEST ! ;
rpHE undersigned ba made arnnge,
-i- roents that will enable him to deliver
Flour and Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per
cent, cheaper than any bod ele in town.
His prices aw as follows :
Flour ST 25; Corn and Oats Chop Si 55;
Corn and Rye Chop tl 65; Brao 31 JOj
I respectfully solicit ashsreof the public
patronage. MOSES COFFMAN.
Bloomsburfr. June 14, 1860.
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A.M. BCPEBT,
TJ
STOVE DEALER,
Shop ou
Matket.
South siaaf "ain street, below
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Dee. 12, 1860 3t.
SEL,L.Ii OIF CHEAP.
AT L. T. SHARPLESS' Cheap Cash
Store.
Children's Gums,
Men's Guts.
Ladies' Shawl,
Gent's Shawls,
DeLains & Calicoes,
Hals and Caps,
Ladies' Hoop Skirts,
Coat, Pants, and Vests.
Having engaged the Store House former
ly occupied by Jno. Barton dee'd, I am
now prepared to take all kinds of Grain in
exchange lor Goods.
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloom'-bnrg, Dec. 12, I860. if.
pAME on the premises of the subscriber,
in Orange township, Col
umbia county, on or about
the first of August last.
A KfllNULE STEER.
supposed to be about nine month old. It
was not in a very thriving condition when
it came to the subscriber, but at present
looks tolerably good. The owner or own
ers are requested o come forward and prove
property, pay charges and take it away,
otherwise il will be disposed ol according
to law. AUGUSTUS EVERHART.
Orange, Ocl. 24, 1860.
One rrice Hat & Cap Store,
(Corner of the Five Mory tsiocis,i
N. W. CORNER OF EIGHTH & RACE STS
PlIlIDEIiPHIA.
The public are respecllully invited to bear
in mind that at this Store may be found an
assortment ol Fashionable and Handsome
Mht F-sV'IN DRESS HATS, SOFT HATS,
14 i a h Low and Medium Depth Crown,
rt,w uA r:iW. Cans. Plush and Plush
Trimmed Caps for Men and Boys, Fancy
Hata and Caps for Children, ai iair pr.co-.
C No tvo price for regular goods.
' January, IS, 1860-ly. '
fll
nianks f all Kinds
For sale at the Star oflhc AVfc O0ce.
AGENTS WANTED.
That every Farmer, Mechanic
and Busiaess Han Hauls.
j 11 s t p u"l I s II e d
THE TOWNSHIP LOCAL LiW OF
THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA,
COMPILED FHf'M THE ACTS OF ASSEMBLY BY
VtlLSJiM T. IIAIXI S, fCSQ.,
AND PUBLISHED BY
ed;var;f. james,
WEST CHESTER, PA.
fPJT C Work contains over 4"0 pages
of closely printed matter, and
will be sold by subscription
It teaches the duties of Justices of ihe
Peace, with forms for ihe transaction of
their business.
It teaches the'duties of Constables with
nil ihe necessary forms, appertaining to the
orne.
It contains the duties of Supervisors for
every County and Township in the State.
It c.oHtatns the mode of procedure for Ihe
laying out and opening of public and pri
vate roads, of vacating and altering roads,
the building of bridges, &c. &c.
It contains the Common School Law,
with explanations, decisions and directions,
together with forms for Deeds, Bonds, Con
trads, Certificates, &c. &c. This depart
ment of the work was compiled at Harri6
bmg by Mr. Samuel P. Hates, Depnty
Superintendent, and is alone worth the
price ol the volume to any one interested
in Common Schools.
Ii contains the duties of Township Audi
tor. It con'oinstbe laws relative to Dogs and
Sheep.
It contains the duties of Assessors.
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Mules and Swine.
Ii contains the laws relative to Fences
and Fence Viewers.
It contains tr3 laws relative "to Gama
Hunting, Trout and Deer.
It contains the Election Laws with all the
necessary Forms.
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all the necessary Forms lor Application.
Ii contains a large number of Legal
Forms, which are used iu the every day
transaction of business, such as Acknow
ledgments. AffiJavits, Articles of Agree
ments and Contracts, Partnership, Appren
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Deposition. Due Bills and Produce Notes,
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Attorney, Mernaga, Mortgages, Receipts
nnd Releases. The work is bound in Law
sheep, and will be sold to subscribers nt
SI 25 per copy, payable on delivery of the
work. 1 he work has passed the revission
of many of the best Lawyers in the State
has received the unqualified anprobaiion,
a plain, conci-e and explicit statement of
the duties of all Township Officers, as may
be readily understood by any one.
The county will be thoroughly canvassed
for the wor, and the support of the citizens
is respectfully solicited.
Dr. P. John General Agent lor Columbia
County.
P. S. Good canvassers sre wanted in all
parts of this county for the above work, lo
whoTi a liberal compen-a'.ion will be given.
Applications, which mut be made at an
early live, addressed to the General Agent
at Bloomsburg Pa., will receive prompt at
tention. Bloombnrg, Tec. 5, 1860
To Persons
OUT OF rati rJLOYM EXT.
AGENTS WANTED TO-SELL
THK
ERIE SEWING MACHINE.
TF. will gie a Commission, or wages
at from 825 to 60 per month, and
expenses paid. This is a new Machine,
and so simDle in its construction that a
child of 10 yeats can learn to operate it by
half an hour s instruction. It is equal to
any Family Sewing Machine in use, and
the price is but titieen uoiiars.
Eiir Persons wishing an agnrv will ad
dress . J. N. BUY LAN,
Secretary Erie Sewing Machine Company,
nov21w6 MI1,AM.UHIU.
Tinware & Store Establishment.
HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in
forms his 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 recoived and of
fers for sate the largest ami most px
tentivp assortment ol FANCY STOTVS
ever introduced into this market.
Stovepipe and Tinware cotn-tanily on
hand and manufactured to order. All kinds
of repairing done, as usual, nn -hort notice.
The patronage ol olu Iriends ana new cus
tomers i respectfully solicited.
A. JU. liur&ui"
Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 12. 1853. tf.
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BI.OOMSHUKG, Pa.
Office in Court Alley; formerly occupied by
Chailes R. Bucklew.
December 28, 1859. tf.
JOSEPH SHARPLESS.
FOUNDER AND MACHINE ST.
Buildings on the Blley between the "Ex
change" and "Ametican House."
FOR SALE!
cmF.VERAL desirable Building
Lota in
Klnomsbnrsr. for sale
Inquire of
W. WIRT.
Jon 20. 1860-tf.
THK
HIOUXT VCRIVOIV,
North Second Street, aboTf Arcr.,
PHILADELPHIA.
fl. n. EDWARDS,-Proprielor.
February 22. I860. ly.
NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted to ihe rjndersigned
tor Professional seivices up to April
lt, 1860, are respeclfnlly requested to call
and settle, either by Note or otherwise.
' J. C. BUTTER, U.D.
BJoomsbrj;, Acg. 15, l83.-tf.
THE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK.
M O I K IS IVC OOKERY
In nil its Branches,
hy
MISS ELIZA ACTON,
CARKFULLV RfcViSED BY MRS. 8. J. IIALB.
T TELLS YOU HOVV to choose all kinds
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tne various and rnoct approved modes of
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ITTELLS YOU ALL the various and
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appro-
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sweeten it when tainted : also all the va-
nous arid most approved modes of cookiug,
vmu ine uiuereni i iressiogs,
Flavorings appropriate to each.
ssirigs, bacces, and
H l LLLb YOU ALL the various and
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Ru-ks, Muffins, and Biscuit, ihe best
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Tea, and how io make Syrups, Cordials,
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in the Veterinary College oj I'tiiUiceipafi.
etc., etc.
HLLTELL YOU of the Origin, Hi-lory
and distinctive trans of the various
breeds cf European, Asiatir, African and
American Hordes, with the physical forma
tion and peculiarities of the animal, and
how to ascertain his age by the number
and condition of his teeth; illustrated with
numerous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of Breeding. Breaking, Sta
bling, Feeding, Grooming, Shoeing, and the
general management of the horse, with the
best modes ot administering medicine, also,
how to treat Biting, K'cking, Rearing,
Shying, Stumbling, Crib Biting, Restless
ness, and other vices to which he is subject;
with numerous explanatory engravings
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES.
Will te!l you of the cause, symptoms, and
Treatment of Strangles, Sore Throat, Dis
temper, Catarrh, Influenza, bronchins,
pneumonia, Plen'riy, Broken Wind, Chro
nic Couah, Roaring and Whistling. Lampa,
Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and Decayed
Teeth, with other diseased ot the iHouih
and Respiratory Organs.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of the causes, symptoms, and
Treatment ol Worms, Bots, Colic, Strango
Ution, Stony Concretions, Ruptures, Palsy,
Diarrhoea, Jaundice, Hepatirihoea. Bloody
Urine, Stones in the Kidneys and Bladder,
Inflammation, and other diseases of the
Stomach, Bow U, Liver and Urinary Or
gans. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you ol the censes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Bone, Blood and Bog, Spavin,
Rmgoone, Sweenie, Strains, Broken Knees,
Wind Galls, Founder, Sole Bruise and
Gravel, Cracked Hoof, Scratches. Cat kr,
Tnruch, and Corns ; also, of ileunms,
Vertigo, Ept'epsy, S'agger, and other
diseases cf the Feet, Leg", and Head.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will you of the caues, symptoms, and
Treatment of Fistula, Poll Evil, Glanders,
Farcy, Scarlet Fever, Mange, Surfeit,
Locked Jaw, Rheumatism, Cramp, Galls,
Diseases of the Eye and Heart, &c, &c,
acd how to manage Castration, Bleeding,
Trephinning. lloweliug, Firing, Hernia,
AmputaliOP, Tapping, aud other surgical
operations.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of Rarey's M-tbod of taming
Horses; how lo Approach, Halter, or Stable
a Col; how lo accustom a horse to Strang
sounds and sights, and how to Bit, Saddle,
Ride, and Break him to Harness; also the
lorm and law cl Warranty. The whole be
ing the result of more than fifteen years'
careful study of the habit", peculiarities,
wants aud weaknesses of this noble and
useful animal.
The book contains 384 pages, appropri
ately illustrated by One Hundred Engra
vings. It is printed in a clear acd open
type, and will be furnished to any address,
postage paid, on receipt of price, half
bound, S1.00, or, in cloth, extra, S1.25.
SIOOO a Year
can be made by enterprising men every
where, in selling the above, and other
popular works ot ours. Onr inducements
tr. all mh are exceedingly liberal.
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terms to agents, with other information, ap
ply lo or eddrasa JOHN E. POTTER,
r ' Publisher,
617 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa
novl-m6
DAVID LOHEliBERG.
CLOTHING STORE.
On Main slreet,two doors above the "Amer
ican Hotel."
HIRAM C. U0U EK,
SHRGEON DENTIST,
Office near Wilecu' Carriage shop, Main
THE GLOBE,
THE
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CONGRESS.
I publish now my annual Prospectus of
The Daily Globe, and . The CongresMonal
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scribe, thai Congress will meet on the first
Monday of next December, when I shall
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a taken down by reporters, equal, at least,
to any corps of short hand wrners in this,
or in any other country. A majority of
them will ach, be able to report, verbatim,
ten thousand words an hour, while the
average nuinler cf words spoken by fluent j
spsakers rarely exceeds seven thousand
five hundred words an hour. When the I
debatpg of a day do not make more than
forty-five columns, they will appear in The
Daily Globe of ihe next morning, which
will conldiii, also, Ihe news ol theday, to
gether with fruch editorial articles as may
be
suggested by passin events.
The Congressional Globe and Appendix L
win eoiuain a reporl ol all the Debates in
Congress, revised by the speakers, ihe
Messages ot the President of ihe IT-.i .l
States, the Annual Reports of the Heads of
the Executive Dep;iriments, the Laws
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The Globe will be, as it has been for many
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The Congressional Globe and Appendix
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lowing Joint Resolution passed bv Congress
the 6th of August, 1852 : "
Joint Resolouon providing for the distribu
tion ot the Laws of Congress and the
Debates thereon.
With a view to the cheap circulation of
the laws of Congress and Ihe debates con
tributing lo the true interpretation thereof,
and to make tre the communication be
tween the representative and coa3titueul
bo lies :
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of Repiesetitaiives ot the United States of
Aioeri"a in Consress assembled Thai from
ard after the present nession of Congress,
the Congrei-hional Globe and Appendix,
which contain ihe laws and the debates
iLeteot.Jii,ttritTu irr anmorize the
circulation of the Daily Globe free of
postage. '
Approved, Angust 6, 1852.
TERMS.
For a copy of the Daily Globe, for
four months,
For I copy cf the Congressional
Globe and Appendix, during the
psion,
53 oo
3 00
For 2 t-.opies ditto, when ordered at
the same time,
5 00
No attention will b? paid to any order
uidess ihe money accompany it.
Bank notes, curient in the section of the
country where a subscriber resides, will be
received at par. The whole or any part of
a subscription may be remitted in postage
stamps, w hich is preferable lo any currency,
except gold or silver. JOHN C. RIVES.
NEW GOODS!
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FAI.Ii AIND WINTER
CS CO CO QD bS3 b
AT JUICER'S STOISE!
f IMIE subscriber has just returned from the
- City with another large and select as
sortment of FALL AND WINTER Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, nt the lowes'
fiiiu'e, and which he is determined to Fell
on as modera e terms as can be procured
elsewhere in Bloomsburg. His stock com
prises
Ladies' 15 res Good,
of the choicest styles and latest fashions.
DRY GOODS,
CS T CE CS (33 If 1 C S3 g
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, Hol
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, &c, &c. In short, everything
n mi ally kpi ii country Stores; to which he
iivitss the public generally. The highest
price paid (or country produce.
r S H.MILLER.
Bloomsborg, 0-t. 24, I860.
New Fall Goods.'
LARGE STOCK AND LOW PRICES.
U7e hv auain been to :he ci'y, and re
turiied wi'h a large stock of Goods for
the season, which we are prepared to sell
at a low figure for ready pay. Our 6tock
consists of
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, W il-low-ware,
Hollow-ware.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Groceries, Nails, Iron, Fish, Salt, Plaster,
Fluid, Camphene Oils, While Lead by the
Keg, cheap, &c-
H C. fcl. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomburg,Oct. 17, 1T60.
TIIK PRINCE OF WALES IS
NOW CREATING QUITE A
Throughout this Country.
BUT there is great excitement down lown
caused by ihe arrival of a new and se
lect stork of Goods just received at L. 1.
SHARPLESS' Cheap Ca?h Store. Having
iust returned from Philadelphia with a stork
r ' ( . 1 V. n 4 J . 4 1 n a himfldtf
heretolore uriini, iinot- mm ecu
that he can satisfy all of ihe beauty and ad
vantages of the Caik System Dy tne exceeu
ingly Tow prices wilh which he is able to
sell.
consists ol dress goods ol every variety,
Silks. Plaids, Fig'd Thibets, Cashmeres,
Plain and lancy Uei-ames a:c., cwc. iut
Rrnrh and Keversabie ?nawis,
ueni s
Shawl, Coal, Cloak and Mantle Cloths,
Fancy Cassimeres, Vestings, Satins, Lawns,
Flannels, Ginghams.Calicoes &c.,&c, Boots
ar.d Shoes A large assortment ol Gum
-jchuih will be disposed ol at the low
est prices, Hats and Caps, Table and flooi
OilCloths,
Notions of every Kind,
Queenesware, Groceries, Flour and feed,
kAn examination of the Block, is solicited
a no charge is made for an exhibition of
the "ooda. (Iin aIid 1,1 marketable pro
due? uk.. i" """"'i$tLvSS.
Si ,
Bloomsburg, Oct. 10, I860
HEALTH AND ITS PLEASURES,
OR -
Uisrae TVitSi Its Agonies,
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
S3 .
U O la Ij O VP A Y
S PI LliS.
NERVOUS DISORDERS.
What is more fearful than a breaking?
down ol the nervous system J To be exci
table or nervous in a small degree is most
distressing, for where can a remedy be
found ? There is one : -drink but little
wine. beer, or spirit", or far butter, none ;
tke r.o coffee, weak tea being preferable;
gei all the fresh air you can ; tkke three or
lour FUU every nigbi; eat plenty of solids,
u voiding the ue of slops and if these gold
e: rules are followed, yon will be happy
i.i jnind and strong io body, and forget you
have apy nerves.
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS.
If there i one thing more than another
for which these IMU are soatnous it i
their purifying properties, cpecially their
power of cleansing ihe blood from all im.
purities, and removing dangerous and sus
pended secretions. Universally adopted as
the one giand remedy for female complaint
thev never fail, never weaken the system
and always bring about whal is required.
SICK HEADACHKS AND WANT OF
APPETITE.
These feelings which so sadden os, most
frequently arise from annoyances or troub
le, ioro obstructed perspiration, or from
eanng and drinking what is nr.fit for os,
thns disordering the liver and stomach
These organs most be regulated if yeo wish
to be well. The Pills, if taken according
to the printed instructions, will quickly re
store a healthy anion to both liver and
stomach, whence follow asr a natural con
sequence, a gocd appetite and a clar head.
In the Ehsi and Wesi Indies scaici-ly iny
other medicine is ever used for these dis.
orders.
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all diseases affecting these organ,
whe:her they secrete too much or loo little
water; or whether they be afflicted wiih
stone or gravel, or wilh aches and paiua
se'tie.1 in the loins over the regions of the
kidneya, these Pills sSould bo taken accor
ding to the printed instructions directions,
and the Oiutment should be well rubbed
into the small of ihe back at bed lime. Thin
treatment will give almost immediate relief
fiLS 1 UAetJauniwfete 1 ins, uwj"
remove all acidity, occasioned ekher by
intemperance or improper diet. The
reach the l.ver and reduce it io a healthy
action; they are wonderfaliy efficacious ir
cases ol spasm ia fact they never fail in
curing all disorders ol the li er andt'.omBcb.
Ilottnvray's rills are the best remedy Itnov.i in,
the world jor Ike following diuasei. ,
Agne,
Asthma,
Billiou Complaints,
Blotches on the
Skin,
Bowel Complaints,
Colics,
Constipation of tha
Bowels.
Consumption,
Debility.
Dropsy,
Djsentery,
Erysipelas,
Female Irregulari
ties, Fevers of all
kinds,
Fits,
Gout,
Head ache,
Indigestion,
Inflammation,
Jaundice,
Liver Cora
plaints, Lumbago,
Pile-,
Rheumatism,
Rdtentioa of
Urine,
Scrofula, or
King's Evil,
Fore Throats,
Stone acd Grave!,
Secondary Symniomi,
Tic-Douloureux,
Unmoors,
Ulcers,
Venereal Affection,
Worms of all kinds
Weakness from
wha'ever cause,
Lc, &c.
CAUTIO !! None are gennine nnle
the words HoMowav, New York and Lon
don,'' are disrernable a a Water-mark in
every leaf of the book of directions around .
each pot or box : the ame may be plainly
seen by huJilin the leaf to the light. A hand
some reward will be given to any one
rendering such information as may lead to
the detection of any party or patie coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
same, knowing them to be spurious.
Sold at the Manufactory of Profecaoi
Hoi.... iy, SO Maiden Lane, New York,and
by all respec'able Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, tnronghout the civilized world,
in bove at 2b cents, 62 cents and 31 each.
tTjr There is considerable saving by ta
kirg tit larger sizes.
.V U Directions for the guHance fp
i:nts in eveiy disorder are aliixed to eac
box.
October, 17, i860.
BLOOMSBURG
SHOP.
flHE undersigned respectfully inlor.'.is tha
ci'izMis of Bloomsburg, and the public
generally, ihat he has liken the Barber
Sop, located on Main Street, in the white
Frame Building, nearly opposite the Ex
change Block, where he is at all rimes ready
to wait upou hi customers to entire satis
faction. SHAVING AND HAIR DRESSING,
Will be executed with care and neatness
and in ihe most fashionable style, and ou
ve-y moderate terms.
Cp-Shampooing, done np in City Style.
He solicils public patronage and pledge
his bet endeavors to give every reasonable
satifaclion.
CHARLES HENRY NOLL.
Bloomsburg, Ocl. 12, 1559.
K K W STOUE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAT AND CAP STORE.
T'HE undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of B'ioombora, and ihe public
in general, that he has purchased the NEW
HAT STORE, in the white frame etoie
Sionse, on Main Street, nearly opposite the
Exchange Buiiding, where he has just re
ceived a sohjedid sortment of
City Hats an3 Caps,
Direct from the Manufacturies, of all kind,
styles, sons and sizes, litest fathion, which
he off-irs wholesale ar I retail, at very low
prices. AUo, STRAW GOODS, iucludin
all the modern 3'yles and fashions.
These Goods wiii be sold at very low
prices, for Ready Pay.
OCI31 JUHi K. vjtliiu..
BARNARD RUPERT.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
Shop on the South Side of Main Street, firt
quare below" Market.
'iTAEClTAX. ECTEL,
Kacc Street, aboTe Third,
PHILADELPHIA.
C. CARMANY,
Propritior.
February 22, I860.
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