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STAR OF THE NORTH
.BLOOMS BURG, PA,
t Wednesday Sarninf, Jafy IISGI.
Wantdd-Ai apprentice to the .printing bu
sine, i this establishment To a young
.roan of pood morals and a liberal education
a fust rate opportunity is offered to become
.familiar with the "art preservative -of H am.'
Joly tO, 1561.
) Thx Anthracite Gazelle, -o Tatnarqna, has
eea turpei ced. Tbe editor is in the war.
-SskSherifF Sale in another -column of
.4o day's paper.
T. M. Horton is in this place baying up
- hordes and mules for "the Government
'Those having horse to ell will find him at
"the Exchange Hotel. '! ,
Is to day's paper appears an advertise
.went of the ''St Loo'rs Hotel," kept by one
' C. Pktrt, on Chestnut 6Treet, above Third,
Philadelphia. Attention is directed to it.
Candidates are beginning to announce
their names for office. There are quite a
number, we are informed, who are anxious
'to serve tbe public, bat as yet "hare not
madetbemselves known through the press.
Hos. Charlks R. Bvckalsw, Ex-Minister
Resideut at Quito, Ecuador, S. A-, is on
way home, and is expected here on or
about the 20lh inst It will be three years
in -August next 6ince he left his native
ceuu:y of Columbia. . . .
Godet's Ladv's Boo is among the rich
and racy publications for July. The fash
ion plates are most splendid, out Bt-ripping
all its competitors. SenU and get it, all who
wish a Magazine of excellent qualities and
Amom; the members of Hover' Cornet
Hand, ot this place, which has gone to war,
re the lollowing young men of Danville;
A. F. BenriOjO G Meliin, Geo. Dean, Sam
uel Miles, and CoL A- H. Brown; all lor
?merly members, we believe, o.f"Stees' Silver
-Band of Danville. '
Oscar Ritter of thi place, met with an
accident one day last week by the falling
of a pruning knife, Irom the top of a tree,
which struck him in the leg, -jst above the
knee, he being nnder the tree gathering tip
limbs, while some other person was tri
the tree engaged with said knife H-e w as
pretty badly cut, but is getting along uite
The farmers of this colinty, having: fin
ished cutting a:d housing their hay crop,
are now busily ei gayed in harvestirvg.
tuile a number commencetl Ust week ami
almot every farmer in this vrcinity is now
tosy cutting down and "shocking op "
The heads of the wheat and rye are large
nd full and bend gracefully under the
weight of the golden arain.
More Vcdng Men Gone to War Thi"
Wednesday) morning quite a number of
our yoang men started for the war. They
expect to join the "Iron Gnanls," at Green
castle, which form a part of Col. Rickelts'
Hegimcnt. We understand each company
composing his Regiment ks been raised to
the number of one hundred and one men
? access to the young men who have enlis
ted from this comity."
Eujha Beipleman of this place, met with
rather serious accident one day last week,
bj falling from a ladder, while nsaged ia
putting up lightning rods to a building, a
few miles from thi? place in the country.
No limbs were broken but severe internal
injuries received. Dr. Ramsey was sent for
Mho rendered medical assistance. The
patient has since been brought t bis home
in thi place and is doing a well as could
be especied. -
v Shociiko TiUgedt. News reached this
place on the Fourth ol a shocking occur
rence at Locust Gap, in this county. It ap-
pears that an Irish man
got into a fight, when
and a Welshman
tiaraed John Gallaher, attempted to sepa
rate thera. The Welshman got his gun and
ehot Gallaher through the heart. The mur
tier of Gallaher so incensed his friends, that
tome or them avenged the murder by ston
ing Williams to death on the spot, and then
leaving for parts wnknowa Sunbury Dem
ocrat. r Thi Weeilt Patriot and Union, pub
lished at Harrisborg, tea good Democratic
"paper," and contains a va.d amount of read
ing matter. It is printed in octavo form,
with clear type and white paper. lis terms
are, single copy, 52 ; ten copies to one ad
dress, 10. Subscriptions may commence
al any time.. Payable always in advance.
Any person sending a club of fifty subscri
bers will be entitled lo a copy for his ser
vices. The price' being so low they cannot
offer greater inducements. Additions may
& made to a'club at any time by f emitting
one dollar for each , additional name. It is
cot necessary to send the names of those
who constitute the club as ihey will not
undertake to address each 'paper to club
subscribers separately. , . ;
One ot the Dastille Turns Shot. We
rrgtel to learn that dcring the action be
tween the rebel and the Federal forces at
IlainkvUleunder Patterson, last week,Amos
Zcppioger, a member of the .''Danville Ri
fle? was shot through the head by a mus
ket ball and instantly killed. He is said to
have been a young man of excellent cbar
acter and was recently in the employ of Dr.
Win-'IE Magill,' of this place. His remains
were buried with tha honors, of war by the
Company. . . : ' '
Tbe above islaken from tbe Danrjl!o In
L'J.gencer. The young man spoken of, was
a son of onr townsman, Henry Znppiriger,
who rolnnteered as a member of the "Dan
W3 Rlflsa." He was a brave soldier, and
esteemed by his comrades.' He was
licncrably buried near the baitle-Gstd in an
crehaid. This lis: sad cface was perform
e J I v two of "tb comrades, Crossly and
Candidate lor Assembly.
f.rvi T.. Tati. nf RInnm tovvnshirv w nrp
? .-..d II u ,
: aumoi neu iu aimuuiiuo win uo a tauuiuiiic )
- jfor the Legislature, at the approaching Gen
eral Election, subject to the decision of the
Colutnbiaxoonty Democratic Convention.
July u,.iBbi. -. . ,
Candidate for Assembly.
At the solicitation of many friends I would
announce to the voters of Columbia county,
that 1 will be a candidate for ASSEMBLY,
at the approaching general election, subject
to thedecision of the Columbia county dem
ocratic convention .
JOHN A FUNSTON,
' July 17, 1861. .
Candidate for Sheriff.
Pctcr Billmcvek, of Bloomsburg, we are
authorized io announce, will be a candidate
for SHERIFF, at the approaching general
election, subject ro the decision of the Co
lumbia county Democratic Convention.
July '.0, 1861.
Candidate for Sheriff.
JosrAH H. $ urman, of Bloom township,
we are authorize.! to announce, will be a
candidate for SHERIFF, at the approaching
general election, subject to the decision ol
tbe Colunfbia County Democratic Conven
tion. July 17, 1861.
Candidate for Sheriff.
Friends and fellow Democrats, as you
have given me a guarantee three years ago,
through our regular County Convention, and
by adhering to the usages of the democrat
ic party all my life time, which induces me
again to offer myself as a candidate for tfie
! office ol SHERIFF thi
fan, subject to the i
decision of the Democratic Countv Conven
tion. J. R GROUL.
Bloom !ovsbip,.Jul7 iV, 1861.
UEV1EYF OF TIIE MARKET,
TARKrULLT CORRKCTED WEEKLY.
' ys '
FLOUR pr.btl. 6 m
CLOVERSEED 5 t)0
DR'D APPLES,! 00
. " IVolicc.
To the IJtirs of Thomas Conner, deceased.
TVOT1CE is hereby given that tbe Account
of John Conner, Surviving Trusiee of
ibe estate of Thomas Conner, late of Green
wood twp, Columbia county dee'd. was
filed 1 the May term 1861, of this Court,
and will be presented lor confirmation and
allowance at the September term JH61.
JACOB EYERLY. Clerk O. C.
BJoomsburg, July 10, 18616;.
Eafult of Jacob Ragle, late of Centi e turp , dee'd.
jV OH CE is hereby given
" adminisiraiio " on the e
that letters ol
estate o Jacob
Nasle, late ol Centre township, Columbia
toun y, deceased, have been granted by
the Rtoi,iier of Columbia county io Frank
lin Nale of said townohip and county.
All persons having vlaims or A ematuls
against the estate ol trie i!ecetenl are re
qeu,j pr.Fent them for setilemetit, and
to make payment without
Centre. July 31, 1861 6t.
SOME THING FOK THE TIMES!!
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
, joints & ci:sli:y s
AMERICAN CEMENT GMJB
Tlie Strongest Glue in the World
For Cementing Wood. Leather, Class, Ivory,
China Marble. Porcelain, Alabaster,
Bone, Coral, 6tc, &c, &c.
Thecnly article ol the kind ever produced
which will withstand Water.
'Every housekeeper should have a sup
ply of John & Crowley's American Cement
Glue." New York Timet. .
''It i so convenient to have in the house"
New Yoik Expi eiS.
"It is alwajs reaclv ihis commends it
io everybody." Ar. F. Independent.
,:We have tried it, and find it a useful
in ou i house as water." Wilkes Spirit of
lrlce 23 Cents per not tie.
Very I.ibrnl !teductton Io Wholesale
GFor sale by all Druggists and Store
keepers generally lhroi2houi the country.
JOHNS & CROSLEY,
Sole Manufacturers. 3
78 William Ssreet, Corner of Libeny St.,
July 10, 1S6I. ly.
Li the O'pAan'a Court for the county of C'.m-biaEtl-ite
of Conrad Hem, late of Sugar'
touf township deceased.'
The A udilor appointed by the Court lo
report difiribmioii of ihe balance in the
hands ol Willian Hess, Executor of ihelast
will anil testament of Conrad He?s, late of
Susarloaf township, in the county of Co
lumbia deceased, will meet ihe parties in-'
leres'ed for the purpre of his appointment,
on Saturday the 24 day ot August 1861. at
ten o'clock, A. M. ol said day, at hi office
in BJootiisbiiro, in aid coumy, all persons
itiietested in the aid Estate are required to
present their claim before the Auditor, or be
debarred from comma in for a share of the
fund. JOHN G. FREEZE, Auditor.
Bloomsburg, July 3d, 1861 4:.
During the past year we here introduced
lo the notice of the medical profession of
this country the Pure CiysluliZed Chloride of
Propylumine, a a.
REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM!
And having received from many' sources,
bolh friim pbjsicians of the highest stand
ing and from patients the most
Flatterio? Testtmonikls of Its Iteal Value
in the ireatment of this painful and obsti
na'e disease, we are induced to presenl it
to the pubi.e in a form . READY FOR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hope will com
mand itself to noe who are suffering with
ihis afflicting complaint, and ia the medi
cal practitioner who may feel disposed lo
lest the powers of ihi valuable remedy.
: -ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in the form
above spoken of, haa recently been exten
sively experimented with in the '
and with MARKED SUCCESS (as will ap
pear from the published account in the
medical journals.) ' '
t3T. It is carefully put np ready for. im
mediate nse, with full directions, and can
be obiained from ail the drnggirls al 75
ceuts per bottle, and at wholesale of
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists,
' Philaeslphu, Pesna.
LIST OF DEALERS.
i"F Goods, Wares and Merchandise, &c,
-f and Distillers, Brewer, Eating House
Keepers, wifhin 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 it:
1 CLASS. LICENSE
McKelvy, Neal & Co., 8 $30 00
Bloomf.hu rg Iron Co., 8 30 00
Lloyrt T. Sharpless, 14
H. C. & 1. W. Hartm&n, 11
Ephraim P. Lntz, 14
John R. Moyet, 14
A. J. Sloan, 14
George M. Ilagenbucli, 14
David Siroup, , 14
Eiies Mendenhall, 13
Philip S. Moyer, Stoves, 14
Oliver A. Jacoby, 14
Joseph W. Heudershot-, 14
David LowcnbeTg, 14
Wm. B Drake, 14
A. M. Rupert, Stoves, 14
B. Siohner & Co., 14
S. H. Miller & Ever, S3
Simon C Shire, 14
Josepji SharpVess, Fotmdty, 14
Miss Amelia D. Webb, 14
John R. Ginon, 14
Jeremiah J. Brower, 14
Palemon John, 14
Lloyd Paxton, 14
Jackson & Wooditi, 13
do do Foundry, 14
Bowman & Owen, 11
Reuben H. Nicely, 14
Abr aham Miller. 11
do do Drug Store, 13
A. P. Evens, J.B.Dodnon a't 14
C. 15. SeesholiK, 14
Lvi Kmz, 14
Henry Martz, 14
S. Bloonij Foutiifry & Store, 14
Samuel Heacock, 14
Parvin Malers, 14
Harriet Cole, 14
Hiram F. Everett, 14
Franklin Shuman, 14
Jesse K. Sharpless, 13
S. D Reinhard, Stoves, 14
George Hughes. " 14
J. Sharpie ' " 14
J. S. lirobst. U
C. Rahu 5l Co., 14
Jacob H. Creacy, 14-
J. P. Fincher, 14
C. W. McKelvy & Co , 14
Levi Keller, 14
E. W.IM. Low, U
Jacob Sponsler, 14
C. II. Hi Si Co., 14
Gilhert H. Fowler, 13
D. K.Sloan, 14
Charles F. Hill, 14
Jonathan II. Hogland, 14
Daniel.S. McKeirnan, 14
Vashi?i2ton Parr, 14
Kesier & Mendenhall, 14
Daniel MvIIenry, 14
Bernard Ammerman, 14
Howll & Peniugtou, 14
Solomon Buss, 14
Emandas Unangt & Bro. 14
John Lessoi, 1 1
Gerr2p'Mnsters & Son, 13
E. Wen man, 14
Jacob Schuyler, ' 14
Jacob HarTis. 1 1
M G. & W. H. Shoemaker, 13
Charles Neyhard, 14
S. B Deimer, 13
A. Rice, 13
D. B. Levan, 14
Mark Williams, 14
Washington Yeaser, 14
Jtcob Yeager, 14
Jacob Jamison, . 14
Wm.T. Shuman, 14
McCay & Son, 13
Miller & Tyermsn, 13
Krearaer & Brother. 13
Creav & Brown, 13
I. K. Schweppenheiser, 14
S'ephen Wolf, 14
M. & A. Grover, 14
Biitenbender & Co.
J. F. Ditterich,
Lazarus & Fisher,
A B. Stewarl,
Isaac N. Kline,
Thomas W. Edgar,
Samuel A- Worman,
B F. Reiahart & Brother,
C. S. Fowler & Creveling,
H. C. & T. Creveling,
Jacob D. Melick,
Martz & Ent,
Henry M. Fuller,
H- W. Creasy & Brother,
Wm. Peacock, Drug Sior,
Freas & Shaffer, Centre, 9
Rohr McHenry, Benton, 11
Richard Plumer, Bloom, ll
Reuben Miller, Briarcreek; 9
Barklev. Bloom, 14
Elizabeth Peterman, "
Misses Harman, "
F. fee Creasy. Mifflin
Shaffer & McDowell, Scotl, 14
Mrs. A. J. Brass, Berwick, 14
Mrs. J. Dieieiich, .... 44 14
lan Rerkhard. " 14
B. Siohner & Co., Bloom, '
J. W: Hendershoi, "
E.J. Jacoby, "
Everett & Conner, Montour,
Levi Killer, Cattawissa,
Samuel Kostenbauder, "
John Geiger, ' . ,
Frederick Nicely, Berwick,
Michael Franta, "
AH persons Who may feel aggrieved by
the above classification can have an op
portunity of appealing by calling on ihe
undersigned, at his residence, (Madison
Houe)ln Jerseyiown, Madison township,
any time, on or before the 12th day of July
1861 or at the Commissioner office in
Bloomsbarg, on the IStb. of July, alter
which no appeal w'gjjjgLRlMBY.' "'
May 15,1861. 1 j '
BLANKS! BLARES! ! BLINKS II
iNn JUDGMENT NOTES,
of prooer & desirableformsjf o- sals at
AND COLUMBIA COUNT?
AT M1LLV1LLE, PENN'A.
Important Additions & Improvements
Autumn Term lo Commence August 1?
rriHJS Institution which has been in sue
cessful operation for the past ten yearr ,
is about undergoing a very important rer
ovation, in order lo place it on a more cita
ble basis lhan ever, and present facifilies
which are noi surpassed by ordinary Acad
emies in Northern Pennsylvania. Among
ihe improvements will be a large three
storied building wbrnh will give much ad
ditional room and greater conveniences for
boarders; a commodious hall for a lecture
room and public exercises, convenient class
room", a library and reading room contain
ing a cabinet of minerals and euriosiiie-i,
bath looms, &c. An experienced and
thorncghly qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be at ihe head of the Board of
Instruction, but the Principal will have the
general superintendence of the institution
and aume a share of ihe duties of leach
iug. Reaular lei-tujes will be deliveied
upon various t-cientific subjects, as well as
upon ihe theory and practice ol teaching,
and a Normal Class of young men and
women who wish to qualify ih'emBlves ior
teacriers' profession, will receive especial
attention and assistance.
The course of Instruction in the school
will be thorough and systematic, calcula'ed
to embrace the various branches ot a prac
tical education. Ample provision will be
made for Ihe study of the higher Mathe
matics, the elucidation of Physios, a"nd the
Natural Sciences, by means of suitable ap
paratus, and for the study ol ihe latin,
Greek, and German languages, to enable
student" to qualify themselves for commer
cial and scientific pursuits, or 10 enter any
class at college.
The conn try location of this Seminary in
aplessanl villae,'in a healthy and flourish
ing neighborhood, well known lor Ihe ele
vated tone of its moral sentiment, and
where the pnpiln are nol surrounded by
thoe demoralizing influences, and temp
tations found in our cities, larget towns and
many other localities, with no outside in-
fltrences to divert their attention Irom liter
ature and ihe work of mental culture, pre
sents attractions and inducements to con
siderate parent emulous students, seldom
found surrounding large schools and acad
emies The Literary Society also, ore ofthe old
est and best conducted in this section of
country, presents an atlractive feature and
useful auxiliary, l a practical education.
The improvements will be under the
immediate charge of an efficient Board ol
Trustees, appointed by Ihe Seminary Com
pany, and will be completed in lime for
the Autumn term, 10 commence the 12th
of August next.
While thankful for past patronaae we
wish to merit a continuance of similar fa
.vors, and as we intend lo include a higher
srade and wider range of ins'. ruc'ion, we
respectfully colicil a careful examination
into our facilities and claims.
Bearding, washing, tuition, lights and
incidental expenses, for one quarter of
eleven weeks, will be Thir'y Dolurs, one
half payable in advance the other half
and all tuition bills will be expected prompt
It al the expiration of each quarter.
Boarding, with furnished rooms, one
Tuition in common English branhces 5,00
( ii u i
including Mathematics and 130ok-
Keeping by Double Entry
Tu'nion iu Latin, Greek, aud German
Washing, Lights and incidental ex
penses, one quarter,
Those who desire to procure scholarship
or attend by ihe year, will be accommoda
ted 'at a reasonable discount, and .students
wifchins lo secure rooms should make sea
For furlher nariicnlars addie
WM. BURGESS, Princioal
George Masters, J. K. Kves, )
Dr. A. P Heller, Ellis Eves, Trustees.
Benjamin K. Eves, )
Millville, May 29. 1861.
TVjOriCEis hereby iven that Letters of
1 ' Administration on the estate of Thomas
Ateiu sen., late of Mifilin township
County, have been granted tty Hie uegisier
of said county to VVitliain A;en, residing in
Nefcopeck 'ownship, Luzerne county and
Tnoma Aten, residing in Mifilin township
Columbia couuly. All persons having
claims or demands against the estate of the
decedent, aro requested to make ihern
known io the undersigned without c'elay
and tho.e indebted will make payment
Mifflin, April 10, 1S61 -6t.
AflffiinistrA tar's Notice.
JETTERS of administration on theesune
of Jacob Wanamacher, lat-J of Frank
lin township, Columbia county, deceased,
have been granted by the Register of Co
lumbia county, to the undersigned, residing
in said Franklin township ; all persons hav
ing claim, against ihe esta'e of the dece
dent ara requested lo present them to the
administrators without delay, aud those
indebted to come forward and make pay ment
MARY L. WANAM A CHER, ,
FRANKLIN TREIBLEY, jAdmr.
Franklin, March 6, 1S61.
31'KELYY, NEAL & CO.,
ME 11 CI 'HINTS,
Northeast corner of Main and iUarkeibts.
AYS the entire cost for Tuition in
most popular and successful Commer
cial. School in the country. Upward ol
Twelve Honored you Lg men from twenty-
eight differeul Mates, have been edneaiea
for bminess here within the past three
years, some of whom have been employed
as book Keepers al salaries of
2000,00 per Annum,
immediately npon giaduating, who knew
nothing of accounts wbeu ihey entered
C$T Ministers' sons ball price. Students
enler at any time, and review when they
please, without extra charge.
For Caialogues of 86 pages, Specimens
of Prof. Cowley's Business and Ornamental
Penmanship, ; and a large Engraving of the
College, inclose twenty-five ceuts in Posl
ae Stamps to t lie Principal.
JENKINS L SMITH, Pitl&bnrgh, Pa.
June 5. 1861 . :
LIFE MLLS & PHOENIX BITTERS.
TflHESE MEDICINES have now been be
fore ihe public lor a period of Thirty
Years, snd during that time have maintained
a high 'chaiacier in almost every pari of the
! Globe, foi their extraordinary aud imme
diate power of restoring perfeel health to
persons suffering tinder nearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame is
The following are among the distressing
variety of human diseases in which Ihe
VCtlETAHLi: LIFK BILDiCIXES
Are well known lo be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by iWouihly cleansing
the first and second siomaches, and crea
ting a flow of pure, heallhy bile, instead of
tha stale and acrid kind: Flatulency, Loss
of AppetiieHeartbum, Headache, Resiless
ness, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Languor, and
Melancholy, which are ihe general symp
toms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a uat
tural conse-quence of its cure.
C0ST1VENESS, by cleansing ihe whole
length of the intestines with a so'veni pro
cess, and without v iolenefjitll violent pur
ges leave the bowels costive within two
FEVERS of all kinds, by reslorinz the
blood t? a regular circulation, through ihe
process of respiration i n such cases, and
the thorough ol ution 'of all inteftinal ob
struction in others.
The Life Medicines hav been known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently ir. three
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by
removing local ii.flamat'on from ihe mus
cles and ligaments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
Ktrengthing the kidne)S and Madder; they
Operate moM delightfully on these impor
tar. I organs, and hence have ever been
found a certain remedy for the worst ca?es
Al-o WORMS, by dislodging from the
turnings of the Dowels 'the slimy matier io
whi h these creatures adhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SOKES, by the perfect puiitv which these
LIFE MEDICINES give lo The blood, aud
all the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and RAD
COMPLEXIONS, by their alterative effect
upon the fluids lhat feed the skin, and the
morbid statu of which occasions all erup
tive compl aints, sallow, cloudy and other
The use of these Pili for a very short
tim will eflecl an entire cure of SALT
RHEUM, and a striking improvement in
ihe clearness of the skin Common Colds
and Influenza will always be cured by one
dose, or by two ir. the worst ca-es.
PILES. The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cored of Piles, 35 years
standing by the use of the Life Medicines
FEVER AND AGUE. For ibi scourge
of ihe Western country, these Medicines
will be found a sale, speedy and certain
remedy. Other medicines leave the sys
tem suhjeci to a return ol the disease a
cmebv these Medicines is permanent
TRY THEM, be Satisfied and b Cured.
BILIOUS FEVERS aND LIVER COM
PLAINTS. General Dehi'iiy, Loss of ap
peti'.e, and Disease of Females the Med
icines have been used with me most ben
eficial results in cases of this description:
Kins Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forms
yield to tiie rnild yet powerful action ol
these remaikable Medicines. Night Sweats
Nervous debility, Nervous Complaints of
all kind-5, Palpitation of the Heart, Pain
ters' Colic, are speedily cured.
MERCURIAL DISEAES.-Persons whose
constitutions have hecomt impaired by the
injudicious use of Mercury, will find the.e
Medicines a peifecl cure, as they never
fail to eradicate from h system, alt the
erftcisof Mercury, infinitely sooner than
ihe moi powerful preparations of Sarsapa
rilla. Prepared and sold by
W. B .MOFFAT,
335 Brndwav, New York.
FOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS.
April 17, ISCl-ly.
riHE undersigned oi7rs for site at Ihe
- Store formerly kept by Joseph Gearhart,
deceased, in CattawMsit loivifhip, about
three miles from ihe town of Cattawissa,
an assortment of
SPRING AND SniJIER GOODS,
snpe'ior to any ever brought lo that section.
His siock rf goods is varied and of an 3x
cellen: quality. He i prepared to sell cheap
having purchased his good to suit tUa
limes. Purchasers are cordially inviid to
Call and examine his stock for t!u me!ve
'Qvick Sales ar.d Small profiis," has
been adopted as his motto.
t ft Country produce taken in exchange
for goods al ihe rernlar market prices.
J ACOB II. CREASY.
Cattawissa iwp.. May 1st, lc61.
T.slnte of Peter ILiyman, of Omnze, dee'd.
JVOriCE is hereby given thai le ters of
" administration on the estate rf Peter
Hayrnau, la'e of Oran-e towushi p, Colun -bii
couiiij , deceased, have been granted,
by Ihe Register ol said coun'y, lo ihe under
dersigned who resides in ihe county and
township above mentioned. All persons
having cl.tims or demands against the
estate of the decedent are requested to
present them for settlement, and thn-e in
debted lo make payment w'uhon- delay to
Orange, June 19, 1861. Adm'r.
Look lo your Interests!
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SnniER GGODS,
MILLER 8o EYER'S.
MIE subscribers have just returned from
the City with another large and select
8lriiig and Summer Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowest
figure, and which they are determined to
sell on as moderate terms as can be pro
cured elsewhere in Bloombburg. Their
Indies' lrcss CSoods,
of the choicest styles and latei fashions.
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, Hoi
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, &c, &c In short, everything
usually kept in country stores; lo which they
invits the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
v MILLER & EYER.
Bloomsborg, May 15, 1561.
MACHINE STITCHING yC
MRS. CATHARINE ZUPPINGER, begs
leave io inform the Public lhat he
will be happy to give full satisfaction n
the above business.
Btoomsburg, April 10, 1861.
fA j. f. f.
tSc i V w v w
OF ALL KINDS,
AT J. J. BROWER'S
Cheaper than Evicr.
May IP, 160.
NEW MILLINERY C00OS,
IISS MARY BARKLEY, would respect
tT fully inform her customers in Bloms
burg and vicinity, that she has just received
from the city an excellent assortment of new
finer than ever, and more cal "Tn
culated lo please the taste otj'jO
the most fastidious. She haso-C
paid strict attention in makinz her selc
lions of bonnets, consequently has the besi
assortment, probably, ever b'ronght lo this
place. She has an assortment ot neal and
handsome ha U and caps for little Misses,
ail ol whicn sue can dispose Ol cueap.
G.ve her a call before purchasing else
where. Shop on Main Street, below Mar
ket, north side.
Bloomsburg, April 17. 1861.
Sole Manufac turers of the Improved
GWOT A PIIS(DSIJ!
The cheapest and most durable Roofing in
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can te applied to New and Old Roofs of
all kinds, and lo Shingle Roofs without re
moving the shingles.
Tne Cost is only about One-Third lhat of
Tin, AND IT IS TWICE AS DURABLE.
CITT1 PERCIIA CEMENT,
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs ol every description, from 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.
Thee materials have been thoroughly
tesred in Nw York and all pans of tne
Southern and Western states, and we can
give ahundaut proof of all we claim in their
They are lendily applied by ordinay la
borers, al a inflwiy expense.
"SO II HAT IS ftEQL'IRED."
These materials are put up ready for ue,
and lor shipping lo all parts of the country,
wi'h full printed directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will be furnish
ed on application by mail or in person al
our Principal Office and Warehouse,
78 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner ot Liberty Si'eet, New York.
JOHNS & CI'.OSLEY.
Asenls Wanted '.Terms Casli ! !
May 29. ISGl. ly.
A New Democratic MofuiUg Paper.
With a view io meet a universally aJ
mi led want, the underside.! will i-sue on
Monday, ihe 1st of July next, a Morning
Penny Paper, to be called "THE UNION." j
Ihe zreat mission ol tne Democratic
Tariy, which has ever stood as ihe bulwark
of the Unios and the Champion of ihe
CoXstitutios, renders its entire unity and
bold attitude in thi hour of National peril
a matter of vital concern. The pending
struggle is not less for the maintenance of)
a Un ted Country lhan for the Perpetuation
ol Democratic principles, as expounded by
JtirtasON and Jackson. The most morr.en-
hr.nv Tr, most morr.en-
tous result hang upon the issue. i-Iere"
party questions are for the time by com
mon const ni adjounred. Jhe past ii dead,
save in its lessons of experience.
The Democratic ho-ls have not shrunk
from i heir full share in the responsibilities
and danger of the emergency. They have
ral'ied w:th one accord around ihe stand
ard of our common country. But the oc
casion imposes other duties. The Govern
ment will demand and receive ihe willing
support of every patriot, in its efforts lo vin
dicate the Naiioual honor and re-asert Ihe
National authority ; but the Preservation of
CoiiMi:ui'm -,al Liberty tests more with the
people lt.n wiih Congress and Cabinet.
Vijil-iiice end Unity are therefore especial
ly requisite in the present juncture.
Lis ihe onriote of lha Proprietors lo
make "THE UNION," in every respect a
first las Journal. The Democracy of the
whole Siat fee! the need of a bold and
vi-orous Metropolitan daily ; and r.a effort
will be spared to render "THE UNION"
bo:h popular and etficient as a newspaper,
and as a fearless exponent of the great
principles for which the Democratic party
have ever contended, and which are now
so unhappily imperilled.
The Proprietors have perfected such ar-1
rangemeni. as will place tbe enterprise,
from the beginning, upon a substantial
business basis, wiiti abundant means to
make a Newspaper second in iiitereM and
ability to no other in the city ; and while
the paper will be fearlessly Democratic, it
will sedulously avoid all faction, as the
deadliest bane to panv efficiency.
We look ii the DEMOCRATIC MASSES
for support j and shall labor io make "THE
UNION"' in every way worthy their confi
deuce and liberal patronage, as a fresb,
readable and fearless Journal.
TERMS: Per Annum, Three Dollars,
or served Ly Carriers SIX CENTS PER
Orders fhotild le addressed to
JO. SEVERN'S & CO.
No. 130 South Third St., Philadelphia, Pa.
June 26, 1861.
SPJilNil AND SUMMER
" AVE just received from Ph;ladelphia a
splendid assortment ol merchandise,
purchased al the lowest figure, and which
ihey are determined lo sell for
Caslt or Country Produce,
on as moderate terms as can be procured
elsewhere in Light St'eet. Then .Stock con
sists ot LADIES' DRESS GOODS, choicest
styles and latest fashions,
DRV GOODS. GROCERIES.
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, CEDAR-
IV A Ii E. HO L L o ir. n A n E.
Iron, IVails and Spikes,
BOOT AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
READVOIADE CLOTIIING, JLc. &c,
In short every thing usually kepi in a coun-
try icre. mey respecuuuy invue meir
old friends, and the public generally, to call
and examine their siock before purchasing
GE"TLe highest price paid fof country
HEALTH AND ITS PLEASURES,
' ' OR
Disease Witlli Agonie
CHOOSEt KETirEEN TREK.
HOLLOW .A YS iMfLSv
What is more fearful than a breaking
down ol the nervous system ? To be exci
table or nervous in a small degree is most
distressing, for where can a remedy be
found There is one: driulc bul Uul
wine, beer, or spirits, or far better, uone ;
take no coflee, weak tea bing preferable
get all the fresh air you can ; lake three or
four Pills every nigb eat plenty of solids,
avoiding the Use of slops ; and if ihese gold
en rules are followed, you will be happy
in mind and strong ia body, and forget joa
have any nerves.
M0THER3 AND DAUGHTERS.
If there is one thing more lhan another
for which ihese Pills are so famous it is
Iheir pnrifying properties-, especially their
power of cleansing ihe blood from all im
purities, and removing dangerous and bus-
peiuled secretions. Universally adopted at
the one gtand remedy for female complaints
thev never fail, never weaken the system
and always bring about what is reqnired.
SICK HEADACHFS AND WANT OF
These feelings which so sadden bsare so
frequently arise from annoyance and troub
le, from obstructed perspiration, or from
eating and drinking what is nr.fit for ow'
inns disordering the liver and stomach.
These organ musi be regulated if you wislt
to be well. The Pills, it taken according
lo the printed instructions, will quickly re
store a heallhy action to both liver and
stomach, whence follow as a nural contart
sequence, a gocd appetite and a clear head.
In I tie East and West Indies scarcely any
other medicine i3 ever used for these dis
orders. DISORDERS OF THE -KIDNEYS.
In all diseases affecting these organs,
wheiher they secrete loo much or loo little
water; or whether ihey be afflicted with
stone or gravel, or wttn aches and paini
settled in ihe loins bver tbe regions of the
kidneya, these Pills should bo taken accor
ding to ihe printed instructions directions,
and ihe Oi. lmeiit should ba well rubbed
into the small ofthe back at bed lime. This
treatment will give almost immediate relief
when all other means have failed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF ORTER.
No medicine will so effectually imrjrov
ihe tor.e of the stomach a these Pilis; they
remove all acidity, occasioned eiiher by
intemperance or improper diet. Ther
reach ihe liver and reduce it to a healthy
action; they are wonderfully efficacious iu
cases of spasm in fact they never fail in
cuiiug all diaorder3 of ihe ii - er snd stomach.
lioUnu-ny' s filis are the best remedy known iti
the world for the following diseases.
Blotches on the
ties, Fevers of all
Stor.e and Gravel.
Worms of all kinds
CATTIO'V !! None are gennine nnlesa
he words "Hollowav, New York and Lon
don. " are di-cernable as a Water-murk irt
every leaf of the book of directions around
each poi or box : the same may be plainly
seen by holding the Itnf to the light. A hands
some reward will be given lo any one)
rendering snch information as may lead to
the detection of any party or pasties coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
samp, knowing them io be spurioti. '
i Sold a. Ihe Mannfactorr of Professor
Holloway, 0 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respecable Druggists and Dealers irt
Medicine, ihronghont the civilized world,
in boxes at 25 cents, 62 cents and 31 each
tlT There is considerable saving by ta
king the larger sires.
N. B Directions for thg guidance of p a
tients in every disorder are aflixed to eactt
October, 17, i860.
ONE thousand customer to volunteer lo
buy their Goods at L. T. SHARPLESS .;
Store, where ihey can be bought very low
for cah or country produce. Having on '
band a slock of goods, he is determined to
sell al prices reduced to suit Ihe limes.
An assortment of Clothing adapted lo lhi
season of the year, will be sold cheap.
Good Sugars at 6 to 12 lb.
Syrups at 10 to 15 cw. per qt. Also, New
Orleans Baking Molasses. - -
A fresh lot of cheap Calicos, warranted ta
hold color just received.
All kinds of Shoes will be oid, al pricei .
!e than marked.
To customers baying for dash, we would
say it is to your interest io give him a call.
Gratehil for the patronage extended to
him in ihe past, he hopes to merit the cou
fiJence of ihe public in future
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloomsburg. June 5, 1S61.
fTIHE undersigned respectfully inform
their friends and the public generally,
lhat they have entered into co-partnership,
unHer the name, style an firm ot MILLER
& EYER in the
in ihe "Old Arcade," in Bioomsburg, Co
lumbia county, where ihey intend carrying
o.i ihe business of GENERAL MERCHAN
DIZING, in all ils diversified branches and
departments, and to which ihey invite an
extension of the public rtttmnaie.
S. H. MILLER.
. FRED K EYER,
Bloom-iburgj May 15, 1861 iL
WHEREAS, my wife, Anna Maria Sti
ner, lately left my hoae, and bed
and board withoui my knowledge, anl
against my wish, and is continuing to ab
sent herself ibnelrom. All pernou rd
hereby notified not to trust the ai-4 Anna
Maria on my account, a l -wi!L not pay
anv debts ot her contraction.