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STAR OF THE NORTH
Wfdnesday Morning Jancary 1st, 1861.'
'Thk citizens of Ringtown, Schuylkill
-county, were entertained with an exhibit-on
of" w Ire t ulkirg ty Tbof. Pkice, on
Wednesday last, to their great satisfaction.
Thk pttrsEhT number closes the Twelfth
Volume of -the Star, end the third year
ince order oar administration. We may
have a word to our patrons next week, in
relation to its future existence-.
XV hid a pretty good fall of snow at this
place oil Sabbath last, which lasts pretty
well, and in places has made tolerably
pood sleighing. Many of our citizens have
tried it to their general satisfaction.
H. Stanley Goodwin, the popular Super
intendent of the Cattwissa Railroad, will
please accept our kind acknowledgments
Yitr itlA Nnur Vear'i nrosont cant n in lha
. ...... . ...w
shape of a "Free Pass" on 6aid road.
Thanes. Our "Charlrt," who carries
the Star, desires us to say, in his behalf
iliaf ha ia nmfinnr)lr tlianlrfrtl f.-ir tha oan.
iini anil lihAril njfritiatra t .j pa i.'u i vui t rr
New Year's day.
Donation. The friends of the Rev. II.
. Hoffman, of the Borough of Berwick, de
sign paying him a donation visit, on Wed
nesday, the 23d day of January, 1861
The public are respectfully invited to par
ticipate. A Sermon In accordance with the re
. commendation by the President, that a day
. le set apart for Humiliation, Fusting and
Trayer, throughout the Union, ihere will be
a Sermon preached in the Luthern Church
cf this place, on .Friday, January 4ih 186 1.
Bi-oomsbukg vs. Danville. At the late
Musical Convention held at Danville, by
the Welsh, the first prize, of 520, was
awarded to the Choir ol this place. We
are informed that the singing was excel
lent. David Evans is the leader of the
Choir which carried away the laurels.
Dr. John lias been practicing again after
wme btrange Dictionary, probably the
United States Dispensatoiy Speaking of a,
certain Choir, he says : "It is said to be
one of the best Quoirs in the State1'
Wk notice that the English papers look
upon the secession movement in rather a
-light point ol view, ridiculing the idea of a
plit. They assert that this has been the
ry for many years, ar.d though, ."the cry"
ha affected the 'wool'' at home, it has not
s yet, aect their "wool."
We are informed of the resignation of
ecreary Hoyd, Thompson and Thomas,
nu that wr, f-cott has bee: appointed sec
retary of War and of the Interior. This is
a good appointment, and probatdy the re
signations were just as good and as accep
table to the President if not by the mass of
For Sale We have two orders' on the
Iron City Colleg; Pittsburgh, payable in
tuition, which we would offer (or sale cheap.
The amounts are twenty dollar each. We
Uo bolt! an order on Bryant & Stratum's
Commercial College, Philadelphia, which
w will dispose of cheap. Here is a chance
to procure tuition a little cheaper than eUe-bre.
TO THE PATRONS OF THE ' STAR."
Within the sacred temple
Of Memphis, every morn
The sunbfams woke a melody
To worship and to warn :
So chime within the souls of men,
And peerless dark-eyed maid.
The hopes and joys of new year's morn,
To charm an Hour, and fade!
Then let me lengthen out
That hour, and so p'olong
The happy mood that's e'er loo short,
And cannot be too long.
And let the gloomy spirit
Spread the wings and hie away ;
Like bird of evil omen,
,' ; . When none bids him longer stay.
Nay, not so, while from the highland,
And up from out the glen
Comes the wail of stricken mourners,
The sobs of stalwart men.
Not while the elm at A-hiand
Shakes the earth yet with its fall,
And the tjiant oak at Marsh field
Shall shade no more at Ul.
No while the lofty Southern pine
Lies desolate, and bare.'
And winds nii-h mourutni requiem?
Where wreath or.ee bloom'd as fair
Not till a little flower shal! bl -om
Where fond hopes buried lie.
Who left their home within your heart
For brighter world on h-gh.
-. ; . v. , ' .
: But while the coal glows cheerful
Within the parlor grate,
And the. ruddy .faces in the street,
Of Sarah. Jank and Kate.
And while the wind now moans. without
Like tome lost spirit's wail,
Jost think what good you can do,
And iu jvpat, too oft you fail.
With your feet upon thefender,
Fet in broidered slipper cased,
Tour meerschaum or your Mart
By your side to be embraced :
With, perhaps, a load of Jnon bons,
Piled on Table, Chair an 1 Floor,
And a Jiule face now squeaking,
"Happy.New Year!" at the door.
-With-your bead then full of wisdom,
And your heart as full of love,
"With a cheerful, happy spirit,
And a hope to look above :
'Bless the kind and wie All-Father
Of the beautiful and rood, -iVbo
hath kept your heart from sorrow
Aud bath fumiihd joy and food.
Determine that the New Year
.Shall be better than the old ; ...
"TfcatTOur griafs shall all be shorter
t-v i v?";r "vs b oft'i' rM :
- Will, when 'tis kindly given, '
Fall on the heart as on the flower
Falls the gentle dew of heaven.
Or as upon a glassy stream
The moon-beams lightly dance,
Or maiden's beaming love-lit eyes
The loving heart entrance.
For a very little pebble
Thrown in the stream of time,
May mm it, as one word, a life
To virtue or to crime.
No one can count the hopes and joys,
The sorrow and the pain,
! That thousand hearth have felt since last
The New Y ear came again.
And who can tell the thousand mora
That shall in this betide
The ties of friendship and of love
That shall be knit or sundered wide ?
To many this has been the last
To gladden life's bright way,;
And many more will wish ' had been
The last of their dark day.
The generous impulse has been chilled
15 y selfishness and guile
The noble, friendly prompting check'd
Aud betrayed with a smile.
While upon others, joys have beamed
And goodness nerved the heart,.
To deeds the generous impulse prompts
And purest joys imparts.
The faithful and devoted throb
Of true hearts, fond and dear,
Reminds that earth is not all dross,
Aud heaven is ever near.
The snn of freedom dawns again
In the hyperborean land,
And wrestles in a deadly strife
With Southern patriotic band y
While treacherous allies preffer aid,
And seek but to embroil.
That Ihpy may feast their greedy jaws
Ou mangled victim 8 spoils.
The sunny land of merry song
Mourns her best! heroes cast
As exile- in a prisoned world,
While their proud spirits last ;
And the green l!e of Krin weeps
For iamished children dear. heel,
Who. crushed ?neath the oppressor's
Her heart shall nfl'er more cheer.
Whose voice their breifuen ne'er more
With magic force shall" thrill ;
Nor with their gentle tone tdiall move
Warm hearts and stubborn WH
The giddy gay of fickle France?
Let allgrave objects rest,
To da' ce around a Spanish maid
And shott-lived joy attest.
These an fruits in Foreign lands
The year hath garnered up; gifts
With you, kind friends, may bounteous
Fill every heart and cup
And when on happy New Year's Day
They're measured o'er by you,
Be rateful. and remember now
To give the ''Devii. his due
CHARLES UN ANGST,
For F bruit ry Tc rm , 1861.
Bloom Ehraim Armstrong.
Beaver George Longeribiger.
Friar Creek Henry Lamou, George Evans,
Dor. Berwick John R;ich, Abija Phillips.
Cat'a wi-sa Samuel Kotnbi ler.
Conynpham Daniel T. McKiernan.
Centre John Hutton, Elisha W. M. Low.
Hemlock John Grubar.
Jnckon John Rantz.
I.ocusi William Miller.
Montour Thoma Weaver.
Madison John B. Mills, Lewis Schuyler,
Mt Pleasant Thomas J. Wellver.
Mitflin Henry Hettler, Wm. Fry.
Orange Michael Hagenbueh.
Pine John Winnire.
Sugarl'.ial Richard Kile.
Bloom Adrian Vanhouton, John Smith.
Benton Richard Stiles.
Briar Creek Peter M. Tranoh, John Yost.
Bor. Berwick George Mc Bride, Jan.e
Beaver David Fry.
Ceii're Mordecat Hicks, Joseph Ruckle,
Thomas Conner John Hayman Joseph
Fihing Creek Samuel Ash, Wm. Mears,
Greenwoo1 James Manning.
Hemlock-Peter Brusler. Thomas J. Van-
derflice. George Wenner.
Locus: John YeagerJr., Daniel Miller.
M.xBni John Keller, Thomas Aten, Benj
Mt. Plcaf-ant Eri Ikler, George Oman.
Pir.e John Cottier,
Roarinicreek Abraham Witner.
Simarlnaf Jacob ' Herring'oti. Samuel Hess
Scott Henry Melick, Daiial M-lick.
Cattawissa Benjarrin Beaver, John Beaver
Madison Jhhn C Kinney.
SKL.liIiG OIF CHEAP.
AT L. T. SHARPLESS' Chea,i Cash
DeLains &l Calicoes,
Hats and Caps,
Ladies' Hoop Skirts,
Coat", Pants, and VeSiS.
Having engaged the Store Hue 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-burg, Dec. 12, I860. 1 1.
ri.ME on the premises of the subscriber,
in Orange township, Col
umbia coimv. on or about
the firM of Aognsi last.
A IS K1j V Lt. oifxn, &
supposed to be about nine momti old. It
was not in a very thriving condition when
it came io the suberi'rer, but at present
looks tolerably good. The owner or own
ers are requested o come forward and prove
property, pay charges and lake it away,
otherwise it will be disposed ol according
to law. AUGUSTUS EVERHART.
Orange, Oct. 24, 1860. '.
One Price Hat & Cap Store,
(Comer of the Five Story Block,)
N. W. CORNER OF EIGHTH & RACE STS.
The public are respecilully invited lo bear
in mind that at this Store may be found an
assortment ol Fashionable and Handsome
MOLESKIN DRESS HATS, SOFT HATS,
High, Low and -Medium Depth Crown,
Cloth and GUzed Caps, Plush and Plush
Trimmed Cap for Men and B.ys, Fancy
Hais and Caps for Children, at (air prices.
jVo ftro price for regular goods.
January 18, 1860-ly.
The Crisis of the Union ! !
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OUT OF FBPLOYUIEVr.
AGENTS If 'ANTED TO SELL
ERIE SEW INA MACHINE.
7E will give a .Commission, or wages
at from 25 to k 0 Per mn,h, and
p-p.nses paid, this is ,,M"i
. . - timnle Jr. in .nna. Miction that a
aml r- - nnm
e it by
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F,.i.'v rawing Machine ill
the price is but FifWn Dollar.
O" Persons wiaimg " ag-n-v wu. .
Secreiary Erie Sew ing Machine Company,
Tinware & Slove L'blishmcut.
HE UNDERSIGNED re S'ecifully in
forms his old friends jnd customers,
that he has purchased his broker's interest
and be con-
cm will hereafter be conducted hy P'mseii
111 U1C OV'WWO r.-IBWUPHUH - f
exclusively. He has just recoiveJ afl '
fers for sal the largest and mCl
Era tensive assortment oi rrtiui -
ever introduced into this market.
Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on
hand and manufactured to order. All kind i
of tepainng done, s usual, nn short notice, j
The patronage ol old friends and new cus
lomers is respectfully solicited.
A. m. Kurhiiir
Rloomsburg, Jan. 12. If 53. if.
O Q :.? w :v
.". C"5i " "i
OF ALL KINDS,
at J. J. nKowiiirs
Clicaiicr than liier.
May IP, I860.
f, v. .. s. . .. " d
.J- :J Ks -.w v.- ..-
E. II. LITTLE,
Office ill t'onrt Alley ; formerly occupied by
Chaile- 11. Bockalew.
December 28, 1859. if.
FOUNDER AND AM CHINE ST,
Buildings on the alley between the "Ex
.hange" aul "American House."
SEVERAL desirable Building
Bloomsburg, for sale
June 20, l60-tf.
North Second Street, above Arch,
II. II. EDWABDS,-Proprielor.
February 22. I860. ly.
ALL persons indebted to ihe undersigned
for Professional seivices up to April
st, 1860, are respectfully requested to call
and settle, either by Noie or otherwise.
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M O D I? i: IV c; OOKE 11 V
Iii all its Brandies,
MfS. B. J. HALE.
TT TELLS YOU HOW to choose all kinds
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THE HORSE AM) HIS DISEASES ;
EV HOBKKT JENNINGS, V. S.,
Professor of Pathtlogy nnd Oner Uive Surpery
in the Yctcrinaiy College cf Phihide'paia,
VinLL TELL YOU of the Origin, History
and distinctive traits of Ihe various
anJ Distinctive iraits oi ine various
t.ua.L nf t'nrnnoan Acinlir African un.t I
11 IT r ur. ... ... U, ....... .....
American Horse, with the phv
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nuuierous explanatory engravings.
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Will tell you ol Breeding, Breaking, Si
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THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES.
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THE 1IOKSE AND HIS DISEASES
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Tree -m.M.t Bone, Blood an-.' B g, StMV,n,
p ,, r,e Swenis, Strains, Brc'ken Knees,
W.nd"Glls, J-, ",'r
i'. .iL"ei tioni-, craicnes. v' '
. . .
v... ,,. t.-,..-i.s v, S Hgi-er
peases of the Tee, Igs, and Head.
THE HORSE N.c ' DISEASES
Will tell vou of .he t au-'c-, sy mpton.s a.:d
Treatment ol Fibula, IW t.il, G.anders,
L" cM,!i Fever. A "nge, Surle.t,
i i..i lihunmatisrn. ct-mn,
i: ,.f il,. Wit and Ht't'
I'l 1 ' 1 ; ' ' J 1 , .
.....I K.w in niatiiioK Castration. ee.lmg,
ii i ii nu v ----
Trephinning, Koweling, Firing,
ArriTintation. Taiting. and o!her
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of Rarey's Method of ummg
Horses; how to Apptoacu, Halter, or SiaMe
a Col ; how lo accustom a hoise io Strang- ,
sounds and sight, and bow io Bit, Saiidle, I
Ride, and Break him to Harness; also the
lorm and law cl Warranty. The whole be
in" the result of more ihan fjtieen years'
careful study ol lh habit", peculiarities,
wants aud weaknesses of this noble and
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FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FA Tali AI WINTER
G-3- CO CO ZJD 13 &
AT .12XIM?R'S STOKE!
'PlIK sr.b-cnber ha jnsi returned trom the
City with another large ami seect as
sortment of FALL AND WINTER Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowest
6gue, and which he is determined to sell
on as moderate terms a can be procured
elsewhere in Bloomsburg. His stock com
prises I, allies' Dress oni,
of the choicest styles and l-ite-t fashions.
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarwa'P, Hoi
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boo's & Shoes, Hats
ar.il Ca s, &c , &:c. In short, everything
usually. kepi in country Stores; to which he
invites the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
S H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 24. 1S60.
IV w Fall Goods.'
LAUGi: STCfli AM) LOW TRICKS.
e have again been lo the ci'v, and re
turned wi'h a large stock of Goods for
ihe season, w hich we are prepared lo sell
a low hgure lor ready pay. Uur stock
Hardware, Qu "-vare, Cedarware, il-low-ware,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LTLlcsiO. silica CTSsilpsis
(Groceries, Nail. Iron, Fish, Sail, Piaster,
Fluid, Camphene Oils, While Leaa by the
Keg, cheap, &c, &c.
H. C. & I. W. HARTMAN.
nfoombnrg,Oc. 17, 1PC0.
pkixck or wales is
NOW CREATING QUITE A
Tlirou'ghout tikis Country.
f LTT there is great excitement dow n town
-caused by the arrival of a new and t-e-
t stock of Goods just received at L. T
SHARPLESS' Cheap Cash Stoie. Having
j ist returned from Philadelphia with a siork
heretofore unrivaled, he flatters himself
that he can satisfy all of the beauty and ad
vantages of the Caih SyJem by the exceed
ingly Tow prices with which he is able to
consists ol iiree goods of eery variety,
Silks, Plaid, FigM Thibet, Cashmere,
Plain and fancy DeLaines &c, &c. Ladies
Broche and Reversable SnawN, GeniV
Shawls, Coat, Cloak and Mantle Cloths,
Fancy Cassimeres. Vestings, Satins, Lawns,
Flannels, Ginghams, Calicoes &c.,&c, rioots
ar.d Shoes A large assortment ot Gum
shoes which will be disDOsed ol at the low
pet prices, Hats and Caps, Table and Hoot
Notions or eiery Kiaa,
Q.ieenesware, Groceries, FIojp- e0"j;c-lled
&C..&.C , an exhibition of
An exammntuiarKl all marketable -no-a
no chatn exchange for goods
HEALTH AND ITS PLEASURES,
Disease With Its Agonies?
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
. k' NLA I .;SHSi l ft-':
HO LLOIVAYS PSIilS.
What is JTif.fe learful ihan a breaking
down of liie nervous system 7 To be exei
lable or nervous ifi a small degree is most,
distressing, for whefe can a remedy be
found ? There is cue drink but Jiule
wine, beer, or spirit, or far better, none;
lake r.o coflee, weak tea b-inu preferable;
get nil the frei-h air you can ; take thr ot
four Pills every night; eat plenty of solid,
avoiding the me of slops ; and if these gold
en rules are followed, you will b happy
in mind and strong iu body, and forget you
have any nerves.
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS.
If there is one thing more than another
for which these Pill are so famous it i
their purifying properties, epecially their
power of cleansing the blood from all im
purities, and removing dangerous and sus
pended secretions. Universally adopted as
the one gtand remedy for female complaints
thev never fail, never weaken the system,
aud always bring about what is required.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
These feelings which so sadden us, most
frequently arise from annoyances or troub
le, from obstructed perspiration, or from
eating aud drinking what is unfit for us,
thus disordering the liver and stomach.
These organs must be regulated if yen wist
to be well. The PilU, it taken according
to the printed instruction, will quickly re
store a healthy anion io Dotn liver ana
stomach, whence follow as a natural con
sequence, a gocd appetite aud a clear head.
In ihe East and West Indies scaicely any
other medicine is ever used for these dis
DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all diseases affecting these organs,
whether they secrete too much or loo little
water; or whether they be afflicted with
stone or gravel, d? with aches and pains
settled in the loins over the regions of the
kidneya, these Pills should bo taken accor
ding to the printed instructions direction,
and ihe Ointment should be well rubbed
into the small of the bark at bed time. This
treatment will give almost imme bate relief
when all other means have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER.
No medicine will so effectually imorove
ihe tone of the stomach as these Pilis; they
reoiove all acidity, occasioned either by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce it lo a healthy
action; they are wonderfuliy efficacious iu
cases of spasm in fact ihey never fail in
culmg all disorders ot ihe Ii er sndeiomtcb.
Hollnvny's nHs are the le$t remedy known in
the world for the following diseases.
Blotches on the
Constipation of tha
ties, Fevprs of ell
Stor.e and Gravel,
Worms oi all kinds
CiUTIO !! None are eenuine nnles
the words ' Hollowav. New York and Lon
a Water-moth in
every leaf of ihe book of directions around.'
each pot cr box : the same may be plainly
seen by holding the Unf to the light. A hand
some reward will be given to any onn
rendering such information as may lead to
the detection ol any party or pastie coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
same, knowing them io be spurious.
Sold a, the Manufactory of Professor
Hollox-ay, SO Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respectable Druggists and Dealer in
Medicine, inronghout the civilized world,
iu boxes at 2b cents, 62 cents and SI each.
fTf There is considerable saving by ta
king tre larger sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance of pa
tieuts in every disorder are affixed to eac
October, 17, lgfiQ.
1L0 OMSB URii
riMIE undersigned respecilully inform the
- ci izens of Bloomsburg, and the public
generally, lhat be has taken liie Barber
Shop, loca'ed on Main Street, in the white
Frame Building, nearly oppo-ite ihe Ex
change Block, where he is at all times ready
to w ait upon his customers to entire gati
SHAVING AND H AIR DRESSING,
Wiii be executed with care and neatness
and 'n the mo.-t fashionable style, and ori
verv ino'ierate terms.
rF"Sliampooiug, done up in City Style.
solto: public patronage and pledges
his beet endeavors to give every reasonable
CHARLES HENRY NOLL.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 1859.
X E V .STORE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAT AND CAP STORE.
riMIE undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of .Bloomsburg, and 'he publit
in general that he has pcrchased the NEW
HAT SfOBE, in the white frame smr
ooTse, on Main S'reet, nearly opposite the
Exchange Buildings, where he has jost re
ceived a sr't"did a-ortmnt of
City Hats aud Caps,
Direct from the Manufactures, of all kind,
sty les, (.oris and sizes, latest fashion, which
he offers wholesale and retail, at very low
prices. Al-o, STRAW GOODS, including
all the modern styles and fa-liiin -
n? The Goods will v sold at very lo
Poets'0' Rad7 Pail K- GIRTO.V.
-uop on ihe South Si.l. f mT oTCV -
quare below Market. "eei' nra