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STAR OF THE NORTH,
BLOOMS BURG, PA.
Wednesday Sornln, Jnac 19, 1SSI.
Plcntt or tickets printed at this office
(or the special election.
Om Sabbath ho bm no last, we were visi
ted by pleasant littlethower which laid
the dost pretty completely. -
Dom't forget the special election for Con
gressman on Saturday next- Let there be
a pretty general turn out '
M. C. Woodward baa been appointed
Collector of Coonty and State Taxes of this
township. Good appointment.
John G. Jacoby, has received the dupli.
cate of Scott township for the collection of
State and county taxes.
Thc grass and grain in this section looks
well. It has improved greatly within the
last two weeks.
Scycral of our citizens Judge Rupert,
L. L. Tate, and D. L. M 'Kinney are absent
this week, attending Circuit Court at Wil
Jiamsport. Wi koticb in the ltLsV,Montour American
that Wiibor G. Brower, son of Dr. Brow
er, has assumed the control of the local de
partment of that paper. It is edited with
some considerable tact and ability. Suc
cess to Will.
Robxrt F. Clark, Eq, Dr. J. Ramsey,
and Hurt Hartmak, all of this place, who
were on a visit to Washington city, have
returned home, and report things to present
a war-like appearance in and about that
Tbkrc will be a meeting in the Court
House on Saturday evening next, according
to adjournment of our last meeting A
fourth of July meeting. All turn out, and
show your pood will towards the getting up
of a grand national celebration.
Mrs. Unaxgst has our kind remembrances
for those fine strawberries sent us a few
lays since. They were larger than any we
Lave seen this season. , Our citizens pretty
-generally are beginning cultivate this val
uable luxury. Only a few years ago there
were not any raided in this place. At tha
lown ol Cattawissa, we are told, large quan
tities are being raised by a person engaged
In the nursery business. They are for sale
in this market at a shilling a quart.
. Thk Ripcblicah is in error wnen it states
that the Conferees from this county with
drew from the Conference. It happened to
be our lot to be a Conferee from this coun
ty, and we would state that we did not, or
ven attempt to withdraw from the Confer
3 nee. As to onr colleague we have noth
ing to 6ay. For our part, we never with
draw from Democratic Conferences, and the
Republican, will do ns the kindness to correct
the error it has made in this matter.
Tbc Democratic delegate election on last
Saturday, in this borough, was a one-sided
affair. The friends of Col. Wright carried
the North Ward cnanimons!y,and the Sooth
Ward by a vote of 87 to 17 ! The Conven
tion, on Monday, was nearly unanimous
for the Colonel, and the resolutions passed
were strongly in favor of the Union, and
pledging support to the Administration in
all its war measures. Danville Democrat.
Wi are pleased to learn that the Danville
Bank bas taken SlO-000 or the thirty million
State loan. Peter Baldy, Esq., has also
.furnished S5.000, and William G. Hurley,
Esq , of Bloomsburg, SI. 000 for the same
laudable purpose. If other counties and
the cities have done as well in proportion at
least three times the amount required will
have been offered. LinviVe Democrat.
Serious Accidekt. We learn, from a re
'liable source, that a horse and wagon was
run over at the crossing of the Cattawissa
Railroad, at McKelvy's Mills, near CatiwU
ffa, this county, on Saturday last. Mr. Ja--cob
Yeager, a merchant at Slabtown, and a
son of Charles Strauseir, of Catawissa, were
badly i reared ; they wore thrown a distance
of thirty feet in the Cattle Guard. The
young man's head was badly cut, and oth
erwise injured. The wagon was ground up
fine enough for kindling-wood. . The cause
of the accident was that the Wild Cat train
was backing down the road, and the tender
of the engine coming towards Yeagr, he
thought it was going from him, hence the
accident. How the horse fared we did not
learn, but presume the animal escaped
with less injary than t he men. ,
Scpport Your Local Preps. The local
press is emphatically the representative
nd the exponent of local interests, wants
and withes of each community and on its
energy and watchfulness the community
must mainly rely. Each community should
first see that its local press is put upon a
firm and substantial footing, which can
enly be done by a steady and liberal pat
A people commit no greater error than
&al cf permitting their local press to lan
guiah by reason of an inadequate support.
Never say that your home paper is small
and not worth taking, give it the support to
which it is entitled and it will be enlarged
and improved, so as to meet the fall expec
tations and wants of the community in
which it Is located. We believe that pub
lishers are generally liberal in responding
to a liberal patronage by the improvement
cf their papers, as an appreciation of such
liberality. ' '
II a man is able to take bet one paper,
that should ba the one published nearest to
his place cf residence,, and the next should
be one published at the commercial me
tropolis of h'i3 own S;.a!e. For local and
State interest,' he will have rendered 'hire
self et.'a to ccr 2it bis taste as to the paper
ha will Utti on for anu-ssscal or additional
Sheriff's Proclamation I
FOR THE SPECIAL CONGRESSIONAL 1
VyHEREAS, by the Laws of this Cora-
mon wealth, it is made 'the duty of
the Sheriff of every County to give notice
of the General and Special elections by
publication in one or more newspapers of
the county, at least twenty days before the
election," and to enumerate therein "the
officers to be elected," and to designate the
place at which the election is to be held,"
Therefore, I, JOHN SNYDER, High Sher
iff of Columbia county, do hereby make
known and proclaim chat, in pursuance of
a Writ, issued by A. G. Cortin, Governor
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
bearing date (he 28ih day of May, A. D ,
1661, and to me directed, as follows, to wit:
In the name and by the au
thority of the Commonwealth of
Governor of said Com'weahh,
To John Snyder, Sheriff ot Columbia Co..
Whereas a vacancy has happened in
the representation of this Slate in the
House of Representative of the United
Stales, in consequence of the death of
GEORGE W.SCRANTON, Esquire elected
a member of the thirty seventh Congress
from the Twelfth Congressional District
composed of the Counties of Montour,
Columbia, Luzerne, and Wyoming
Now therefore in pursuance of the pro
visions ir. such case made hy the Constitu
tion of the United States and of an act of
the General Assembly of this Slate passed
the second day of July, A. D. one thousand
eight hundred and thirty nine, I, A. G Cur
tin, being vesied with the Executive auth
ority of the State of Pennsylvania have
issued this writ hereby commanding you
the said John Snyder to bold an election in
the said Co. of Columbia. on SATURDAY,
THE TWENTY SECOND DAY OF JUNE,
one thousand eis;ht hur.died and sixty one
for choosing a Representative of this Com
monwealth in the House of Representatives
cf the United Suites, to fill the vacancy
which lias happened as aforesaid, and yon
are bereby required and enjoined to hold
and conduct the said election and make a
return thereof in manner and fotm as by
law is directed and required,
Given under my hand and the Great Seal
of the State, at Harrisburg, this 28ib day of
May, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty one and of the
Commonwealth the eigly fifth.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR.
Therefore, 1 the said JOHN SNYDER,
High Sheriff of Columbia county, aforeaaid
do hereby proclaim to the qualified Elec
tors of Columbia county, that a special
election will be held throughout said co,
ON SATURDAY THE 22d DAY of JUNE,
1861, at the several election -districts within
the county to wit:
Bauton township, at tha House formerly
occupied by Ezektel Cols.
Beaver township, at the house of Frank .
Bloom twp., at the Court House, Blooms
bur. Briarcreek township, at the School house
Bor. of Berwick, at the Town House, in
Cattawissa township, at the honseofS.
Centre towns'p, at lh3 bouse of Jeremiah
Conyngham township, at the house of
Reuben R. Wasser.
Fishingcreek township, at the house of
George W. Hoffman.
Frar.klin townp. Clayton's School house.
Greenwood township, at the house of J.
Hemlock township, at the Bock Horn.
Jackson townp., at the bouse of Ezekiel
Locust township, at the house of John L.
. Minim township, at the house ol J. Keller.
Madison township, at the house ot Sain'I
Mt. Pleasaut twwnp., at the house now
occupied by J. F. Deiterick.
Montour township, at the house of John
Richards now occupied by Wm. Holliugs
head. Main township, at the house of I. Yetter.
Roaringcreek township, at the house for
erly occupied by G. VV. Dreisbach.
Orange township, at the house of Alex.
Pine township, at the house of Albert
Sugarloaf townp., at the house of Alinas
Scott township at the bouse of E. Howell
It is further directed that the election of
the said several districts shall be opened
between the hours ol 8 and 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and shall continue open with
out interruption or adjournment, until 7
o'clock in the evening, hen the polls shall
The officers elected this spring to serve
at the special election.
The officer to be elected at the time and
places aforesaid, is:
A MEMBER OF CONGRESS.
It is further directed that the meetings of
the return judges will be held at the Court
House in bloomsburg on Tuesday, the 25lb
of June, to make out the election returns.
The Congressional return judges of the
Twelfth District composed of the counties
of Columbia, Luzerne, Montour and Wyo
ming, will meet at the Court House, in
Bloomsburg, on Saturday the 29th day of
June, to make out returns for member of
And in and by the said act I am further
directed to give notice that ever person,
excepting justices of the Peace, who shall
bold any office or appointment of profit or
trust under the government of the United
Slates, cr of this Stale, or of any city or
incorporated district, whether a commis
sioned officers or otherwise a subordinate
officer or agent, who is or shall be employ
ed under the legislative, or executive, of
judicary department of this State, or of any
incorporated district, and also that every
member of Congress, and of the select of
common council ol anycity, commissioners
of any incorporated district, is, bylaw, in
capable of holding or exercising at the same
time, the office or appointment of judge,
inspector or clerk of any election of Ibis
Commonwealth, and that no inspector,
judge or any such election shall be eligible
to any office than to be voted for.
Given under my hand and seal, at my
office iu Bloomsburg, this first day of June
A D., one thousand eight hundred and six
ty one. JOHN SNYDER,
Bloomsburg June 1, 1861. Sheriff.
"INHERE AS, my wife, Anna Maria Sti-"
ner, lately left my house, and bed
and board without my knowledge, and
against my wish, and is continuing to ab
sent herself therefrom. All persons are
hereby notified not to trust the said Anna
Maria on my account, as I will not pay
any debts cf her contraction.
Bloomsbarg, May 22, 1861.
Clanks of all Hinds
fcr eale at the Star cf the Nortk Onlce.
LIST OF- DEALERS.
"kF Goods, Wares and Merchandise, &c,
and Distillers, Brewers, Eating House
Keepers, within the county of Columbia,
returned and classified in accordance with
the several acts of Assembly, by the Ap
praiser of Mercantile Taxes of said county
as follows, to wit :
McKelvv, Neal & Co., 8
Bloomsburg Iron Co.,
Lloyd T. Sharpless,
H. C. & 1. W. Hartman,
Ephraim P. Lutz,
John R. Moyer,
A. J. Sloan,
George M. Hagenbuch,
Philip S. Moyer, Stoves,
Oliver A. Jacoby,
Joseph VV. Heodershot,
Wm. B Drake,
A. M. Rupert, Stoves,
B. Siohner & Co.,
S. H. Miller & Ever,
Simon C. Shive.
Joseph Sharpless, Foundry, 14
Miss Amelia D. Webb, 14.
John R. Girton,
Jeremiah J. Brower,
Jack'on & Woodin,
do do Foundry, 14
Bowman & Owen, 11
Reuben H. Nicely, 14
Abraham Miller, 11
do do Drug Store, 13
A. P. Evens, J.B.Dodson ag't 14
C. B. Seesholiz, 14
Levi Kutz, 14
Henry Martz, 14
S. Bloom, Foundry & Store, 14
Hiram F. Everett,
Jesse K. Sharpless,
S. D. Reinhard, Stoves,
George Hughes, "
J. Sharpless, "
J. S. Brobst,
C. Rahn & Co.,
Ji.cob H. Creasy,
J. P. Fincher,
C. W. McKelvy & Co.,
E. W4M. Low,
C. H. Hess & Co.,
Gilbert H. Fowler,
D. K. Sloan,
Charles F. Hill,
Jonathan H. Hogland,
Daniel. S. McKeirnan,
Kester &. Mendenball,
Howell & Penington,
Emandas Unangst & Bro.
M. G.& W. H. Shoemaker, 13
S. B. Deimer,
D. B. Levan,
Wm. T. Shuman,
McCay & Son,
Miller & Tyerman,
Kreamer & Brother,
Creasy & Brown,
I. K. Schweppenheiser,
M. & A. Grover,
Bittenbender & Co.
Mount Pleasant ,
J. F. DWtericb,
Lazarus & Fisher,
A. B. Stewart,
Isaac N. Kline,
Thomas W. Edgar,
Samuel A. Worman,
B. F. Reighart & Brother,
C. S. Fowler & Creveling,
H. C. & T. Creveling,
Jacob D. Melick,
Martz & Ent,
Henry M. Fuller,
H.W. Creasy & Brother,
W m. Peacock, Drug Store, 14
Freas & Shaffer, Centre, 9
T.Lauderbach, Fishingcreek,! 1
Rohr McHenry, Benton, 11
Richard Plumer, Bloom, 11
Reuben Miller, Briarcreek; 9
Mary Barkley, Bloom, 14
Elizabeth Peterman, "
M'i6es Harman, "
Efee Creasy. Mifflin
Shaffer & McDowell, Scott, 14
Mrs. A.J. Braes, Berwick, 14
Mrs. J. Dieterich, " 14
Jane Berkhard, " 14
B. Stohner & Co., Bloom,
J. W. Hendersbot,
E.J. Jacoby, "
Everett & Conner, Monlour,
Levi Killer, Cattawissa,
Samuel Kostenbauder, "
John Geiger, 1
Frederick Nicely, Berwick,
Michael Frantz, "
J. M. Steely, Conyngham,
All persons who may feel aggrieved by
the above classification can have an op
portunity of appealing by calling on tbe
undarsigned, at bis residence, (Madison
House) in Jerseytown, Madison township,
any time, on or before the 12th day of July
1861, or at the Commissioners office in
Bloomsburg, on tbe 13th of July, after
which no appeal will be heard.
May 15, 1861.
CLANKS ! BLANKS ! ! BLANKS 1 1
AND JUDGMENT NOTES,
of proper & desirableform9,fogale at the
office of the "Star o f t b KJJL. i -
AND COLUMBIA COUNTY
AT MILLVILLE, PENN'A.
Important Additions &IiaproTcment5
Autumn Term to Commence August 12,
THJS Institution which has been in sur
cessful operation for the past len yearr ,
is about undergoing a very important rer
ovation, in order to place it on a more sta
ble basis than ever, and present facilities
which are not surpassed by ordinary Acad
emies in Northern Pennsylvania. Among
the improvements will be a large three
storied building which will give much ad
ditional room and greater conveniences for
boarders ; a commodious hall for a lecture
room and public exercises, convenient class
rooms, a library and reading room contain
ing a cabinet of minerals and furiosities,
bath rooms, &o. An experienced and
thoroughly qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be at the head of the Board of
Instruction, but the Principal will have the
general superintendence of the institution
and assume a share of the duties of teach
ing. Regular lectures will be delivered
upon various scientific subjects, as well as
upon the theory and practice of teaching;
and a Normal Class of young men and
women who wish to qualify themslves ior
teachers' profession, will receive especial
attention and assistance.
Tbe course of Instruction in the school
will be thorough and systematic, calculated
to embrace the various branches of a prac
tical education. Ample provision will be
made for the study of the higher Mathe
matics, the elucidation of Physics, and the
Natural Sciences, by means of suitable ap
paratus, and for the study of the latin,
Greek, and German languages, to enable
students to qualify themselves for commer
cial and scientific pursuits, or to enter any
class at college.
The conn try location of this Seminary in
a pleasant village, in a healthy and flourish
ing neighborhood, well known for the ele
vated tone of its moral sentiment, and
where the pupils are not surrounded by
those demoralizing influences, and temp
tations found in our cities, larger towns and
manv other localities, with no outside in
fluences to divert their attention from liter
ature and the work of mental culture, pre
sents attractions and inducements to con
siderate parents emulous students, seldom
found surrounding large schools and acad
The Literary Society also, or.e of the old
est and best conducted in this section of
country, presents an attractive feature and
useful auxiliary, to a practical education.
The improvements will be under the
immediate charge of an efficient Board ol
Trustees, appointed by the Seminary Com
pany, and will be completed in time for
the Autumn term, to commence the 12th
of August next.
While thankful for past patronage we
wish to merit a continuance of similar fa
vors, and as we intend to include a higher
grade and wider range of "instruction, we
respectfully tolicit a careful examination
into our facilities and claims.
Boarding, washing, tuition, lights and
incidental expenses, for one quarter of
eleven weeks, will be Thirty Dollars, one
half payable in advance the other half
and all tuition bills will be expected prompt
ly at the expiration of each quarter.
Boarding, with furnished rooms, one
Tuition in common English branhces 5,00
l (( (I it t IC
including Mathematics and Book
Keeping by Double Entry 6,00
Tuition in Latin, Greek, and German
Washing, Lights and incidental ex-
penes, one quarter, 3,00
Those who desire to procure scholarships
or attend by the year, will be accommoda
ted at a reasonable discount, and students
wishing to secure rooms should make sea
For further particulars addres
WM. BURGESS, Principal.
Giobce Masters, J. K. Eves. )
Dt. A. P Heller, Ellis Eves, Trustees.
Benjamin K. Eves, )
Millville, May 29, 1861.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of
Administration on the estate of Thomas
Aten, sen., late of Mifflin township, Col.
County, have been granted by the Register
of 6aid county to William Aten, residing in
Netcopfck township, Luzerne county and
Thomas Aten, residing in Mifflin township
Columbia county. All persons having
claims or demands against ihe estate of the
decedent, are requested to make them
known to the undersigned without delay
and thooe indebted will make payment
WILLIAM ATEN, AJ ,
THOMAS ATEN. j iVom B
Mifflin, April 10, 1661 -6i.
LETTERS of administration on the estate
of Jacob Wanamacher, late of Frank
lin township, Columbia county, deceasnd,
have been granted by the Register of Co
lumbia county, to the undersigned, residing
in said Franklin township; all persons hav
ing claimb against the esta'e of the dece
dent are requested to present them to the
administrators without delay, and thoHe
indebted to come forward and make pay
ment forthwith to
MARY L. WANAMACHER, )
Franklin, March 6, 1861.
M KELVY, NEAL & CO.,
Northeast corner of Main and MarketSts.
13 AYS the entire cost for Tuition in the
most popular and successful Commer
cial School in the country. Upward of
Twelve Hundred yont.g men from twehtv
eight different Slates, have been educated
for business here within the past three
years, some of whom have been employed
as book Keepers at salaries of
$3000,00 per Annum,
immediately upon graduating, who knew
nothing of accounts when they entered
Ministers' sons half price. Student?
enter at any time, and review when they
please, without extra charge.
For Catalogues of 86 pages, Specimens
of Prof. Cowley's Business and Ornamental
Penmanship, and a large Engraving of the
College, inclose twenty-five cents in Post
age Stamps to the Principal.
JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jane 5, 186
LIFE TILLS & PIIOENIX MTTEUS.
riUlESK MEDICINES have now been be-
fore the public for a period of Thirty
Years, and during that time have maintained
a high character in almost every part of the
Globe, for their extraordinary and imme
diate power of restoring perfect health to
persons suffering under nearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame is
The following are among the distressing
variety of human diseases in which the
VCGETABLE LIFE MEDIt'lXCS
Aie well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing
the first and second stomaches, and crea
ting a flow of pure, healthy bile, instead of
the stale and acrid kind: Flatulency, Loss
of Appetildleartbuin, Headache, Restless
ness, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Languor, and
Melancholy, which are the geneial symp
toms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a nal
tural consequence of its cure.
COST1VENESS, by cleansing the whole
length of the intestines with a solvent pro
cess, and without v iolencp; all violent pur
ges leave the bowels costive within two
FEVERS of all kinds, by retloring the
blood to a regular circulation, through the
process of respiration i n such cases, and
the thorough solution of all intestinal ob
strnction in others.
The Lile Medicines have been k nown to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently in thr;e
weeks, and GOUT in half that timo, by
removing local iufiamalion from the mus
cles and ligaments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freein:: and
slrengthing the kidneys and bladder; they
nnurgfa mnat t o I f n h f fn 1 1 v rtn t tl f Bp IfnnOT-
taut oreans. and hence have ever beti j
tound a certain remedy lor the worst cases
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the
turnings of tbe bowels the slimy matter to
which these creatures adhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, bv the perfect putity wtiich these
LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and
all the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD
COMPLEXIONS, by their alterative effect
upon the fluids that feed the tkin, and the
morbid state of which occasions all erup
tive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other
The use of thee Pills for a very pbort
time will effect an entire cure of SALT
RHEUM, and a striking improvement in
the clearness of the skin. Common Colds
and Influenza will always be cured by one
dope, or by two ir. the worst cares.
TILES. The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cured of Piles, 35 years
standing by the use of the Life Medicines
FEVER AND AGUE. For thi scourge
of the Western country, these Medicine
will be found a safe, speedy and certain
remedy. Other medicines leave the sys
tem subject to a return of the disease a
curebv these Medicines is permanent
TRY THEM, be Satisfied and ba Cured.
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS General Debi'ity, Loss of ap
petite, and Diseases of Females the Med
icines have been used with the most ben
eficial results in canes of this description:
Kins Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forms
yields to the mild yet powerful action of
these remarkable Medicines. Night Sweat
Nervous debility, Nervous Complaints of
all kinds, Palpitation of the Heart, Pain
ters' Colic, are speedily cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES.-Persons whose
constitution have become impaired by the
injudicious use ol Mercury, will find these
Medicine a perfect cure, as they never
fail to eradicate from ihe system, all the
effcct6of Me-cury, infinitely sooner than
the moM powerful preparations of Sarsapa
rilla. Prepared and sold bv
W. B' MOFFAT,
335 Brodway, New Vork.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
April 17, ISCl-ly.
rjiHE wne'ersigned offers for sale at the
JL Sin.A fnrmprlc leant he Jnspnh flparharl.
' r- i .
deceased, in Cattawissa township, about
.three miles from the town of Cattawissa,
an assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
superior to any ever brought lo that section.
His stock cf goods is varied and of an ex
cellent quality. He is prepared to pHI cheap,
having purchased his goods to suit trie
times. Purchasers are cordiallj invited to
call and examine his stock for themselves.
"Qvick Sales and Small profit!1," has
been adopted as his motto.
tyCountry produce taken tin exchange
for goods at the regular market prices.
JACOB H. CREASY.
Cattawissa twp., May 1st, 1861.
Estate of Fcter Kline, lute of Locust township,
Columbia county deccised
1ETTERS of administration on the estate
of Peter Kline, late of Ixcut township,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
sranted by the Register of said county to
Martin V. B. Kline, residing in the town
ship and county aforesaid. All persons
having claims or demands against the estate
of the decedent are requested to make
them known to the undersigned, and those
indebted to the estate to make payment lo
the administrator without delay.
MARTIN V. B. KLINE.
January 23, 1861 6w. Admr.
Look to your Interests !
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
TM1E subscribers have just returned from
the City with another large and t-eiect
Spring anil Summer Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowesi
figure, and which they are determined to
sell on as moderate terms as can be pro
cured elsewhere in Bloomsburg. Their
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of tbe choicest styles and latest fashions.
G2 ir S ss a
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, Hol
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, &c, &c. In short, everything
usually kepi in country stores; to which they
invites the public generally. Tbe highest
price paid for country produce.
MILLER & EYER.
Bloomsburg, May 15, 1861.
MACHINE STITCHING $C.
MRS. CATHARINE ZUPPINGER, begs
leave to inform the Public that he
will be happy to give full satisfaction o
the above business.
Bloomsburg, April 10, 1861.
- TINNER 4' STOVE DEALER,
Shop on Scut'h ii&lJi$iMU-wi-M-
& O ft ft ft Q ft t ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft
OF ALL KINDS,
AT JT. J. BKOIVEK'S
Cheaper than liter.
May IP, 1860.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED !
1000 CHANCES TO MAKE MONEY !
OIVi: MII,lIOIr DOLLAKS
TO BE DISPOSED OF ON
AN ENTIRELY NEW
2,500 -AGENTS WANTED!
All persons desirous of securing an Agen
cy in this
INEAV ENTEKI ISISE
Should send on their names at once, enclo
sing a 3 cent etampto pay postage, and re
ceive by return of mail
Which afford a
RARE CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
Without risk, together with
ttelative to this
prompt and satisfactory Jeal-
11 orders to
direct all orders to
GEORGE in. ETAKS.
43S Clicfclmit .Street,
April 1, 1861 xw.
WATCH MAKER SHOP !
THE undersigned would inform hi
friends and customers and the rent ot
mankind, that he continues to pay particular
attention to the repairing of watches-
weight, spring, and lever clocks ; jew
elry and everything belonging in his line,
and that it is at all limes, and in all cases
his desire to give perfect satisfaction. He
is an "excellent" workman, has visijed
several, and worked in three of the first
Cities in the world. New York, Philadel
phia and the great City of Paris in Franco
Particular attention is paid to re-gilding or
what is termed "plating."
Blonm?burg, April 10, 1861.
Estate of Lanah Jane Pealer, of Fishingcreek
T ETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Lanah Jane Pealer, late of rishing
crsek township, Colombia county, dee'd.,
have been granted by the Register of Co
lumbia county lo ihe underlined, residing
in the township and cotinly aforesaid. All
persons having claims againt the estate of
the decedent are requested to present them
for settlement, and those indebted to make
payment immediately to
MICHAEL LAMON, Ex'r.
Fishingcreek, May 8lh, 1S61.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS,
TllJSS MARY BARKLEY, would respect
fully inform her cu-tomers in B!o ms
burg arid vicinity, that she has just received
from ihe city an excellent assortment of new
finer than ever, and more cal-
lated to please the taste of
"Jfc the roo6t fastidious. She has
pant Mriri attention in making her selc
tiona of bonnets, consequently has the best
assortment, probably, ever brought lo this
place. Site has an assortment ot neat and
hand-orr.e ha U and caps tor little Jlises,
all of which she can dispose of cheap.
Give her a call before purchasing else
where. Shop on Main Street, below Mar
ket, north fida.
Bloomsburg, April 17, 1861.
JOISIVS & CISOSEEV,
Sole Manufacturers of the Improved
The cheapest and most durable Roofiu
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New and Old Roof of
all kind?, and to Shingle Roofs without re
moving the shingles.
Toe Cost is only about One-Third that of
Tin, AND IT IS TWICE AS DURABLE.
GCTTA PERCUA CEMENT,
For preserving and renairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs of every description, fro.Ti its
great elasticity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion of metals, AND
WILL NOT CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER.
These materials have been thoroughly
tested in Nw York and all parts of the
Southern and Western states, and we can
give abundant proof of all we claim in their
They are readily applied by ordinay la
borers, at a trifling expense.
"NO EILAT IS REQUIRED."
These materials are put up ready for use,
and for shipping to all part of the country,
with full printed directions for application.
Full descriptive circular will be furnish
ed on application by mail or in person ai
our Principal Office and Warhoose,
78 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Libert) Sieei, Nw York.
tnuv . runct rv
mil i ! ' '
iiealtil and its, pleasures,
: or ;
Diseae TVith lis Agoniett
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
r 1 ' i -
What is more fearful than a breaking
down ol the nervous system f To be exei- :
table or nervonm in a small degree is most
distressing, for where can a remedy be
found ? There is one : drink but little
wine, bper. or spirit, or far better, none;
take no cofTee, weak tea bin preferable;
get all ihe frexh air yon can ; take thren or
four Pills every nighi; eat plenty of solids,
avoiding the use of slops ; and if these gold
en rules are followed, you will be happy
in mind and strong in body, and forget yoo
have any nerves.
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS.
If there is one thing more than another
for which these Pills are so famous it is
their purifying properties, especially their
power of cleansing the blood from all im
purities, and removing dangerous and sus
pended secretions. Universally adopted at
ihe one grand remedy for female complaints
thev never fail, never weaken the. system,
and always bring about w hat is required.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
These feelings which so s addrn us most,
frequently arise from annoyance and troub
le, from obstructed perspiration, or from
eating ana annKing wnai. is ur.nt lor os
thus disordering the liver and stomach.'
Thee organs must be regulated if you wisk .
to be well. Ihe rills, it taken according,
to the printed instructions, will quickly re--store
a healthy action to both liver and
stomach, whence follow as a natural con
sequence, a gocd appetite and a clear head.
In trie East and West Indies scaicely any
other medicine is ever used for these dis
orders. DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all diseases affecting these organs,.
whe;her they secrete too much or loo little '
water; or whether they be afflicted with
f-tone or gravel, or with aches and pains
settled in the loins over the regions of tbe
kidneya. these Pills should bo taken accor
ding to ihe printed instructions directions,
and the Ointment should be well rubbed
into the small of the back at bed lime. This
treatment will give almost immediate relief
when all other means have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORPER.
j No medicine will so effectually
! the tone of the stomach as these 1
i ra Drove -
remove all acidity, occasioned euner Dy
intemperance or improper diet. lhey
reach the liver and reduce it to a healthy
action; they are wonderfully efficacious in
cases of spasm in fact they never fail in
curing all disorders of the li er andeiomvch -
Hollnway's fills are the best remedy known in
the world Jor the Jollowing diseases.
Stone and Gravel,
Worms of all kinds
Blotches on tbe
Constipation ot tna
Fevers of all
CAUTIOX !! None are genuine unless
the words ''HoUoway, New York tnd Lon
don' are discernable as a Water-mark m
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot or box ; the same may be plainly
seen by holding the lenf 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 pasties coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
tame, knowing ihera to be spurious.
. Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
ii-n en i ..:,) .. r kt... Y'-.t. -i
by all ret-peciable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world,!
in boxes at 2b cents, 62 cents and 81 eacA
There is considerable saving.by ta-i
king the larger sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance of p a
tients iu every disorder are affixed to each
October, 17, i860. "
newgoods"Yeuy cueap j
r W GOODS,
OF EVERY VARIETY,
OF EVERY VARIETY,
OF EVERY VARIETY,
TO BE SOLD AT PRICES, .
TO BE SOLD AT PRICES,
TO BE SOLD AT PRICES,
JUST TO SUIT THE TIMES.
JUST TO SUIT THE TIMES,
JUST TO SUIT THE TIMES,
AT L. T. SHARPLESS' STORE;
AT L.T. SHARPLESS' STORE,
AT L. T. SHARPLESS' STORE.
The above can be verified by calling in.
and examining the good.
Bloomsburg, April 24, 1861.
NEW BUSINESS FIRM.
THE undersigned respectfully inform
their friends and the public generally,
that they have entered into co-partnership,
under the name, style an firm of MILLER
& EYER in the
in the '01d Arcade," in Bloomsburg, Co
lumbia county, where they intend carrying
on the business of GENERAL MERCHAN
DIZING, in all its diversified branches and
departments, and to which they invite an
extension of the public patronaje.
S. H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, May 15, 1861 if.
G. 8. HARRIS,
UNION FLAG MANUFACTORY
S. E. COR. FOURTH AND VINE STS.,
r ii i l a n el.1" ii I v.
United States Fit's of all i-izes; alsa
Union Badges of various styles and sizes.
MiV 1st, ia61.
S. C. SHIVE,
'j . if J-r.