Newspaper Page Text
STAR OF THE NORTE.
Wednesday Morninj, July 14, 1861.
'Candidate for Assembly.
' Lbti L Tatc, of Bloom township, 'we are
authorized lo announce will be a Candidate
for the Legislature, at the approaching Gen
erar Election, subject lo the decisiori'Of the
Columbia county Democratic Convention.
. July 17, 1861."
Candidate for Assembly.
At the solicitation of many friends I wonld
announce to the voters of Columh-a county,
that I will be a candidate for ASSEMBLY,
. .1 u : r'l-f..: ...:
si uie spprijav.i..ii: ef.erst election, Buujem i
to the decision of the Columbia countv dem- I
ocratic convention,.., .. ,
. JjbrTN A FUNSTON,
Candidate for Sheriff.
Peter Billmeyer, of Bloomsburg, we are
authorized to announce, will be a candidate
for SHERIFF, at the approaching general
election, subject to the decision of the Co
lumbia county Democratic Convention.
July !0, 1861. .
'Candidate for Sheriff.
J on ah H. Fdrmav, of Bloom township,
' we are authorized In announce, will be a
'candidate for SHERIFF, at the approaching
general election, Mibject to the decision ot
the Columbia County Democratic Conven
tion. July 17, 1861.
Candidate for Sheriff.
Friends aud fellow Democrats, as you
have given me a guarantee three years ago,
through our regular County Convention, and
'by adhering lo the usages of the democrat,
ic party all my life time, which induces me
"again to offer myself as a candidate io'r the
office of SHERFF this fall, subject to the
decision of the Democratic Countv Conven
tion. J. R GROUL.
Bloom township, July 17, 1861.
; Candidate for Trmxorer.
'James S McNinch, ol Cattawi.-sa township
Are are authorized to announce, will be a
Candidate vtor TREASURER at the p
proachinz general election, subject to the
decision of the Columbia county Democratic
Convention. July 24, 161.
Tub Wild Wakkior, a fine looking horse,
'may be seen at the stable of the Exchange
Hotel, in this place.
The harvesting is about done in this sec
tion. The grain is good much better than
"was'anticipated. The'curs is going to turn
out tolerably well.
A splendid looking young Mare, re
ported to have been captured from a sa
cessionisl in Virginia, pa?sd through this
place last week, on her way lo Scranloit,
where the repotted cplurer belongs.
New potatoes are selling in this market
a 75 cents per bushel. They are fine, and
of a good size, but not very plenty. The
cVo promise lo a good one thi's fall.
Some of our farmers seem to think it will
surpass the usual yield
Hon II. B Wright, Memler of Con
gress lias our thanks for Representative
papers, speeches, etc. The Colonel 'fs re
ceuing considerable attention, we perceive.
by newspaper correspondents, wtio speak
'Ucrglary. On Monday evening last, the
rtoie of Feis Bloom, on Mill Street, was
entered by a side window, and some five
'i.ollars extracted from the drawer. The:e
depredations are becoming quite habitual.
Thosk comrades of Amo Znppinger, who
buried and thu bestowed their laM friend
ship upon him, will please accept my
warmest thanks. On behalf of his friends,
relations, and his father.
Bloomsbarg, Jnly 24, 1861.
Democrats,' in figh'ii-g in The preserft war
have a noble" object in view. They are
anxious to maintain the laws and preserve
the Union of th"e Stares against all effort to
dNids ; but , they demand, also, thai the
equality of the States, shall be respected
Tall Rrc We have in our office a spe
cimen of tall "rye, which is as raise J by
Reuben T. Folk, in Hemlock township, this
county. There are two bunches, wi:h
eight stalks, -measuring respectively from
'right feet and eight inches to 'eigtYt feet and
six inches. The head:) are large and well
filled with sound plump grain. This is an
'excellent specimen of tall rye.
Bloom township s noways modest 'this fall
about asking for office. Two of the best offi
eea are being solicited by not less than four
candidates from this township. We mean
4 he offices viz: Sberifi and Repteaentatives.
There are three candidates in this place for
"the former post and one for the latter. A
smart time is anticipated. They cannot all
be accommodated this time. All good and
worthy men, though, willing (o run their
COLCMBIA Cf'tJNTT WITH THE St ATE. "This
county has been doing business with the
Stale quite number of years, and her bu
siness transactions we should think were ol
a very pleasant nature. ColomB?a county
is punctual always prompt in meeting her
obligations. She is a good customer, one
that any Stale Treasurer may be proud to
have upon' his books. It is with great
pi jasure that we 'would announce to the
taxpayers ot our county the fact that John
A. Fckston, County Treasurer,, has paid
into the Slate Treasury, the whole amount
of Taxes on Real and Personal estate for
1861, aud conseqcenily do not owe the
Commonwealth a dollar. The quota of taxes
for thU county, paid the Stale, was nearly
C3.000. This is quite a unug sera, to raise
these hard times. 'and it would not have
been wondered at did not old Columbia
have responded to the demand made upon
ber so promptly. A great deal of praise is
due the Commissioners and Collectors for
the spirit shown to meet the State claim.
In a measure the county is indebted to the
efficient and judicioji tm&na?3'me'n' of our
commissioners for this prompt action on the
part of our very eGcienl and popular Treas-
REVIEW OP TI1E MARKET,
"CARKfCLiY CORRRCTCD WEEKLY.
wHAT, SI 20
DR'D APPLES, 1 00
ill C, iV
OAfS. , "30,
FLOUR pr.bbl. 6 00
IY Virtue ol a writ ol Levari Facias to me
- directed, issued out of the Court ol
Common Pleas of the county of Columbia,
Penn'a. will be exposed to public sale, at
the Court Hour-e, in Bloomsbuig, on
Tuesday 13 Hi day of August,
1861, at one o'clock in the afternoon, the
lotto'wiug property to wit:
ALL THESE SIX CERTAIN TRACTS OF
LAND, situate in Braver 'ownship, County
ot Columbia, ard State of Pennsylvania, one
of them called, 'BALBEC,7 bounded aud de
scribed as follows, to wit: beginning at a post
thence by land of Jas. McNeal, north, 12 de
grees west, three hundred and forty perches
to a chestnut oak, thence by land of Win.
Gray and Wm. Sieedman, south, seventy
eight degrees west, one hundred and seven-
iy rune perches to a post, thenre by land of
Jeremiah Jackson, south, twelve degrees
east, .'our hundred and ten parches to a
post; thence by land of Richard Brook,
north seventy degrees easi, seventy ihree
parches to a dogwood, north, twelve de
crees west, filiewu perches to a post: thenre
north seventy e ghi degrees east, eighty two
perches to a black oak; tnence by 'an' old
survey, north, twelve degrees west, twenty
five perches to a hickory, and north, thirty
two degrees easi, thirty tour perches to the
place ol beginning, containing lour hundred
and twelve acres and a I. ah, 'and a I lb w a n c
of six per cent, for roads, &c.
ANOTHER of them called 'PALMYRA,'
beginning at a post, thence by land of
Robert Gray, north, twelve degtees wei,
lour hundred and fen perches to a post,
thence by land of tV'm. Steedman, south,
eventy eight degrees went, one hundred
and Hxty perches to a post; thence by land
of John Brady, south, twelve degrees east,
lour hundred and leu perches to a post, and
thence by land of John Wild and Richard
Brook, north, seventy eight degrees east,
one hundred and sixty six perches to the
p ace 6l beginning, containing lour hundred
and oii'e acres and a quarter, and allowance
of six f5e r cent, for road-, &c.
ANOTHFR nfihem calledSTON'F. HALL,
beginning at apo-t. t Irenes b'y land 'of John
Brdv. ncirih. 'twelve degrees west, two nun
died i:d sixty tlitee perches so a pot, thence
by land ol Charles Half, south seventy eight
degrees weft. Ivyo hunoreli and seventy one
perches to a chestnut; theiice by land of,
Catharine Lbngenberger, souih, sixteen de
grees and a quarter ea'st,'two liuudred and
seventy six perches to a sioue,"and tticnce
by land of Deborah Stewart 'and Tho'mas
Brooks'north, seventy erghi decrees ea"st,
two huuJred 'and lorfy nuie perches lo place
ol beginning, containing four hundred ad
thirty eight acr and a half, and allowance
ot s'x i er cent for roaJ, be the ame
more or less, on whicn is erected a sione
hnu?e,and about half an acre of which is
cleared land There is Uo a vein of Slone
Cool opened on thi tract aud a Lare Coal
Breaker erfcied thereon.
ANOTHER ol them called Farmera'tMighi
bfnmi:ig at a I'bVi, lliehce by land of Wm.
teedman. north, sixteen degree Wild fhree
quarter wel, tli'ree ttuiidred aiid fell per--hes
to a I'aiii-h'oa'k, the'uee by lain! ot
William Webb, fdnth, Kevei.ly four debtees
wet,oiie Itundreil and sixty two percnes m
a black ok. thenre by Und of Tbcmas Say,
south, sixteen degrees eM, Ivsenty perches
to a cheMinu, thence by land ol Chas. Hall,
south, eiyht degrees und a half, eat, three
hundred and sixtv m perches to a post,
theiceby land ol john Erady, north, seven
ly eight degrees east: o:ie h'unilreil & thirty
perches to an ah; uorth, 'twelve degrees
west, eiahty perches to a white 'oak, aud
north, seveulj eight decrees ea't. sixty per
ches to the place of begiurnrrg, cbntahiins
four hundred aiid eighteen acres and "alio w
ar.ee of six per cent lor road, &c.
ANOTHER of them cafledTROY beginning
at a post, thence by land if llerenlah Jack
son noith, twelve deg'rees west, four hun
dred ami feh perches to a post, thence by
land of W. P. Brady, south, seventy eight
degrees west eighty perche'l' a white 6ak,
south twelve degrees "ea, eighty pwrrhes to
an ach, outh seventy erghl degrees west,
one h'uodred and thirty perches o a post,
ihence by laud of John Reese, south eleven
degrees east, two h'umlred and ixty three
perches to a pout, thence "by tar.d of Thos.
Brook, nonh seventy elaht degrees east,
iwemy perches to a 'TieMnriJ oak, sonih,
twelve degrees eat, forty one perches to a
Black oak, thence by the same and land ol
John V ild. north seve'i'ity "eight degrees eat
one hundred end six perches lo a black
oak, and north, seventy eight xiegrees'east,
eighty petches 16 the place of beginning
containing four hundred and twenty nine
acres and a quarter, arid allowance "Of six
per cent for roads, Sac.
And the O'her of ihnrh called ':MAINE"
beginning at k po-t thehce by laud of Wm.
P. Brady. horV.i4 eight decrees and a balf
west, three h'undted and sixty two erche's
io a cheinut tree, thence by land of Thos.
Say and Jepe Budd,6outh ssve'fu'y four de
grees west, one hundred and eighty eight
pprches to a po-t, ihence by land of Thos.
Bellas, south fitly five degrees ear, eighiy
nine perche to a chetnul oak, thence by
the same and land of John Lnnsenberge'r,
onth one houdr d and eighty eiaht perches
to a rhe-tnut oak, thence by land of the
said John Lnngeuberaer, south seventy six
dearees and a quarter west, one hundred
and twenty four perches to a post, south,
sixteen tfegr's and a quarter east, one hun
dred and four perches 16 'a chestnut tree,
and Vhe'nce by hum of John Reese-, north,
seventy eighl degrees eaM. two hundred
ar.d seventy one perches id place of begin
ning, containing three hundred and eighty
ene acres and three quarters and Allowance
of six per cent, (or roads &c.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of the Columbia Coal and
ALSO By virtue of a wiit of Ft. Fa. all
that certain iract ol land, situate in Main
township, Columbia county, bounded and
described as lollows, to wii: on ihe North
and West bv lands Of Isaac Yetter : on ihe
! South and East by land of George and Ru
dolph Shuman, containing FIVE ACRES,
be the same more or less, whereon are
erected a two story frame dwelling housa,
two one and a halt story frame dwelling
hoi.ses-, a Forge, Coal House, and other
outbuildings, with the appurtenances.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as ibfe property of Jacob Jameson.
JOHN SNYDER, Sheriff.
Bloomsburg, July 17,1861.
ELASKS BLANKS ! ! BLASkS ! i
, EXECUTIONS, SUBPffinAS,
AND JUDGMENT NOTES,
of proper & destrableforms,fov sale at the
Lice of the "tar tifthe North"
Avar's Ctierrrr Pppfdrnt.
ST. I.OUIS IOTIj,
CHESTNUT STREET, ABOVE THIRD
' ' 3PISIIlIIa2aUE)3EIEflIPI31IIa
IN the immediaie neighborhood of the Job
bing Houses on Market Third., and Chest
nut Streets, the Banks, Post Office, Mar
chants' Exchange, &c, &c.
i'BOARt? PER DAY $150. ,
Accommodaiion when required on the EU
ROPEAN PLAN; Rooms from 50 cents
and upwards, per day, and meals at a First
Class Restcrant attached to the Hotel.
Price according to the Bills ol Fare.
Ihe Ity otrs take Passengers from any
Station 'I o or (?loe lo the Hotel
E English, French, Germau and Spanish
July 17, 18GI.
WATCH MAKERSUOP !
THE undersigned would inloim his
friends and customers and ihe rent of
mankind, that he continues to pay particular
attention lo the repairing ol watches;
weight, spring, and lever clocks; jew
elry and everythins belonging in his line,
and that it is at all limes, and in all cases
his desire to give perfect satislact'i'on. He
is an "excellent" workman, has vis'ued
several, and worked in three of the fi-.-l
Cities in the world. New York, Philadel
phia and the great City of Paris in Franco
Particular attention is paid to re-giluing or
what is termed "plating."
Blon'msburg, April 10, 1861.
To the Hiirs of Thomas Conner, deceased.
1VOTICE is hereby given that ihe'Accbunt
f ot John Conner, Surviving Trustee of
the estate of Thomas Conner, iale ol Green
wood twp , Columbia county dee'd. was
filed at the May term 1861, of this Court,
and will be presented lor confirmation aHj
allowance at the September term JK61.
JACOB EYERLY. Cle,k O. C.
Bloomsburg, July 10, 186 1 6i.
Eslote of Jacob A'oge, late of Cenhe twp , dee'd.
OTlt'E is hereby given that leilera ol
administration on the estate of Jacob
Nagle, late ol Centre township, Columbia
counry, deceased, have been granted by
the Regisier of Columbia county to Frank
lin Nagle of said lownt-hip and county
All 'persons having 'erairris or 'demands
against the estate ol the decedent are re
quested to present them for settlement, and
thofe indebted to make payment without
delay lo FRANKLIN NAGLE,
Centre. July 3d, 1861 6t. Adrn'r
SOM El HING KOK TH K I I V) Es ! !
A NECESSITY IX EVERY HOI SKIIOLD
AMERICAN CEMENT. GLUE
The Miougest Glue lu (he WurlQ
'For Cementing Wood Leather, Class, Ivory,
China 'Marble. Porcelain, Alabaster,
Bone, Coral,'&c, &c, &c. ,
Theculy article bl the kind ever produced
which will withstand Water.
"Every housekeeper should have a sup
ply ol Johns & Crosley's American Cement
Glue.'' Aw York Timet.
"It is o convenient to have in ihe house''
New Yoik Express.
'ft is ala)s readv this commends it
10 evei) body ." Ar. Y. Independent.
'Ve have tried it, and find 'it as usefu
n our hdue as water." Wilkes' Spirit of
Price 25 Cenls per Hot tic.
VrrV l.ibTil Tt'edn'ciioiK to hole-Hie
rF"Fcr sale by all Drugis's and Sfore
keepetii generally throihoni ihe country.
JJHNS & CROsLEY,
78 William Sireet, Comer of Libetty Si.,
July 10, 1861. ly.
In the Opkan's Cowl for the county of Colum
bia Est-ite of Conrad Hesi, tale of Sugar
loaf township deceased.
The Auditor appointed by the Court to
report 'di-trtbuiion of the balance in the
hands of William HefesEecutor ol ihe last
will and testament of Conrad Hess, late of
Sugarloaf townhip, in the coumy ol Co
lumbia, deceased, will meet the panies in
terested for the pnrpofe of his appointment,
on Saiorday the 24 day ot August 1861. at
ten o'clock, A. M. of "said day, at , his office
in Bloomsburg, "in said coumy, all persons
interesied "in the said Es'ate are reinre'd to
present their claim before the Auditor, or be
debarred Irom coming in for h share of the
fur.d. JOHN G. FREEZE, Auditor.
Bloomsburg-, July 3d, 1861 4t.
Estate if Susan Jane Cavenee, dee'd.
TVOI'ICE is tiereby given lhat leiWs of
administration on the E'aie of Sosin
Jane Cavenee, lale of Mount Pleaant town
ship, Columbia county, dee'd., have been
sranied by the Register of said County to
ihe bndeisigned, who resides in Mount
Pleasant township, Columbia county:" All
persons bavins clams o'r den-auds aginsi
ihe Estate of the decedent are requested lo
present ihem for settlement, and those in
debted to make payment without delay.
GEORGE CAVENEE, AdnCr.
Mount Pleasant, June 12, 1861.
Lack'a aud Blooeisburg Railroad.
ON AND AFTER APRIL 22, 1861, PAS
SENGER TRAINS WILL RUN AS FOL
LOWS MOVING SOOTH.
10.45 A M.
1,00 P. M.
6.15 A. M.
. ' Kingston,
Arrive al Norlh'd.
mo vi A a NORTH.
Leave North'd. 3.50 P. M
4 00 A.
6 40 .
Arrive at 1
Leave 2.15 P.M.
8 05 P. M.4.05
Arrive at Scranlon,
A Passenger Tram also leaves Kingston
at 8.15 A M. for Scranton, to connect with
train for New York. Returning leaves
Scranton on arrival of Train from New
York at 4.40 P. M.
The Lackawanna and Bloomiburg Rail
road connects with the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western Railtoad at Scranton,
for New York and intermediate points east.
At Rupert it connects with ihe Catawissa
Railroad for points both east and west.
. At Northumberland it connects with (tie
Philadelphia aud Erie R. R. and Northern
Central R. R. for points west and south.
JOHN P. ILSLEY, Sup'l.
H. PtTTEfiONi, Gen'l Ticket AgH.
June 5, 1861.
E. II. LITTLE,
Atf If UsSJIB'Sr. AO Si&fSTa
. BLOO.USIJUIICJ, la;
Office ia ('onrt Alley; formerly occupied by
AND COLUMBIA COUNTY
AT MILLV1LLE, PENN'A. .
U portant Additions Slniprovcaent?
Autumn Term to C-omineDCe Afigust 1?
THlS'Iuslltution "wh'ic'h, 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 givemuch ad
ditional' room and gieater conveniences lor
boarders' ;' a rommodlous hall for a lecture
room'and public exercises, convenient' class
rooms, a library and reading room contain
ing'a cabinet of minerals and ' euriosit'ie,
bath rooms, ""Sic. An experiehcedp ""and
ihorocghly' qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be' at the head of tfie Board cf
Instruction, but the Principa.1 will have the
general superintendence of the institn'iion
and assume a share of the duties of teach
ing. Regular leriu.jes will be delivered
upon various scientific subjects, as well as
upon ihe'lheory and practice ol teaching,
and a Normal Class of young men and
women who wish to qualify themselves ior
teachers' profession, will receive especial
attention and assistance.
The course of Instruction in the school
will be thorough and systematic,' calculated
to embrace the various branches ot 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, ar.d for the study ol 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,. t , , ,
The con'ntiy'Iocaiionof this Seminary, in
a plessant village', in 'a fiealiliy and flourish
ing neighborhood, well known for the ele
vaied tone of its moral sentiment, and
where the pnpiN are not surrounded by
those demoralizing influences, and letnp
taiions found in our ciiies. larger towns and
many oiher localities, wilh no outside in
huences to divert their attention Irom liter
ature and the work of mental culture, pre
sents attractions and inducements to con
siderate parents emulous students, seldom
found surrounding Urge schools and acad
emies. The Literary Society aNo, or.e of the old
est and te.t conducted in this section of
country, presents an attractive fea'ure 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 lime for
the Autumn term, to commence the 1 2th
of August next.
While thankful for pat patronage we
wish to merit a continuance of similar fa
vors, and as we intend lo include a higher
grade and wider range of instruction, we
respectfully solicit a careful examination
into our facilities and claims.
Boarding, washing, tuition, lights and
incidental expenses, for one quarter of
eleven weeks, will be Thirty Dolijrs, one
half payable in advance Ihe other half
and all tuition bills will be expected i-rompt-Iv
at t!id expiration ol each quarter.
Boarding, with furnithed rooms, one
Tuition in common English branhces 5,00
(i ii i i
including Mathematics and Book
Keeping by Double Entry,. 6,00
Tuition in Latin, Greek", and German
extra . - 1.00
Washing, Lights and incidental ex ,
pene, one quarter, 3,00
Those who desire to procure VcholaThips
or attend by th'e year, will be accommoda
ted at a reasonable discount, ami students
wishing to secure rooms should make sea
For further particulars addres
WM. BURGESS, Principal
Gcobgic Masters, J. K. Eves, )
Dr. A. P Hkller, Ellis Eves, Trustees.
Benjamin K. Eves, )
Millville, May 29. 1861.
VOriCEis hereby given that Letters of
' Administration on the estate of Thomas
A ten, sen., la's of Mifflin township, Col.
County, have been granted by the Register
of said county to William Aten, residing in
Nercopeck '.ownship, Luzerne county and
ThomaAten, residing in Mifflin township
Columbia county. All persons having
claims or demands against the estate of the
decedent, are requested to make them
known to the undersigned without t'elay
and those indebted will make payment
THOMAS ATEN. Aum '
Mifflin, April 10, 1861 -6t.
LETTERS of administration on Ihe estate
ol Jacob Wanamacher, late of Frank
lin township, Columbia county, deceased,
have been granted by the Register of Co
lumbia bounty, lo the undersigned, residing
in said Franklin township: all persons hav
ing claims against the esta'e 'of the dece
dent are requested to present ihem to the
administrators without delay, and loose
indebted to come forward and make pay
ment forthwith to.
MARY L. WANAMACHER
Franklin, March 6, 1861.
M'KELVY, REAL & tbi,
MER CI MI NTS,
Northeast corner of Main and MarkeiSts.
PAYS ihe entiie cost for Tuition in ihe
most popular and successful Commer
cial School in the country. Upward of
Twelve Hundred youi.g men from twkmtt
cight different States, have been educated
for business bere within the pasl ihree
years, sortie of whom have been employed
as book Keepers at salaries of
3O0Ot00 per Amiiiiii)
immediately upon graduating, who knew
nothing of accounia when they entered
the coJjege. -
tST Ministers' sona hall price. Stodent?
enter at any time, and review when, tbey
please, without extra charge.
For Catalogues of 86 pages, Specimens
of Prof. Cowley's Business and Ornarhehial
Penmanship, and a large Engraring of the
College, inclose tweniy-five ctinta ia Post
age Stamps to the Principal.
JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
June 5, 186J
MEE FILLS & PLIOExix BITTERS
'pHESE MEDICINES have now been be-
fore the public lor a period of Thirty
Years, and during lhat time have maintained
a high chaiacter in almost every part of the
Globe, foi 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
liable. . , t .
The following are among the distressing
variety of human dispases in which the
VttiCTABLi: LIFT. MLDIC1XES
Ae well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing
the first and second stomaches, and crea
ting a flow of pure, healthy bile, instead ol
tha stale and acrid kiid Flatulency, Loss
ol Appetite Heartburn, Headache, Restless
ness, Ill-Temper. Anxiety, Languor, and
Melancholy, which are ihe general nyrop
toms of Djspepsia, vcill vanish, as a nat
tural coiiseqUeuoe' of its cure.
COSTIVENESS, by cleansing the whole
length of the intestines wida so'veni pro
cess, and without violence; a!l violent pur
ges leave the bowels costive within two
FEVERS of all kinds, b) restoring the
blood to a regular circulation, through the
process of respiration i n such cases, an J
the thorough solution of all intestinal ob
struction in others.
The Lite Medicine have been known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by
removing local iufiamat'on Irom the mus
cles and ligaments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
Ktrengthing theidneys and bladder; Ihey
operate moet delightfully on these impor
lar.l organs, and hence have ever been
lonnd a certain remedy for the worst cases
ANo WORMS, by . dislodging from the
turnings of the bowels the shiny matter to
which these creature adhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, by ihe perfect pniitv which these
LIFE MEDICINES give io the blood, aud
all the humors. ,
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD
COMPLEXIONS, by their alterative effect
upon ihe fluids that feed ihe skin, and the
morbid state of which occasions all erup
tive complaints, sallow , cloudy and other
disagreeable complexion. t (
The use of these Pill for a very short
tim. will effect an entire cure of SALT
RHEUM, and a striking improvement in
(he clearness ol the skin Common Coins
and Influenza will always be cured by one
dose, ir by two it. the worst caf:s.
PILES. The original proprietor of ihee
Medicines, was cured of Piles,. ,35, years
standing by the use of the Life "Medicines
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge
of the Western country, these Medicine
will be found a safe, speedy and ceiiain
remedy. Ot her medicines leave the sys
tem utjct to a return of the dieae a
cure bv these Medicines is permanent
TRY THEM, be Satisfied and b Cured.
BILIOUS FEVERS aND LIVER COM
PLAINTS" General Dpbi'ity, Loss of ap
peti.e, and Diseases of "Females the Med
icine? have been used wijli me most ben
eficial .results inscaes of thi description:
Kings Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forms
yields to the mild yet powerful action ol
these remaikable Medicines. Night Sweats
Nervous debility, Nervous Complaints ol
all kindi, Palpi'ation of the Heart, Pain
ters' Colic, are speedily cured.
constitution have become impaired by the
injud icious use of Mercury, will find these
Medicines a perfect cure, as ihey never
fail to eradicate Irom the sslem, all the
efftcisol Mercury, infinitely sooner lhan
the mo-i powerful preparations of Sarsapa
rtila. Ptepared and sold by
W. B. MOFFAT,
335 Brodwav, New York.
FOR SALE Bf ALL DRUGGETS.
April 17, 1861-)y.
f'HE vndersigned offers, for Kt the
- Store formerly kept by Joseph (iearhart
dere;ised, in Cattawisa township, aSout
.ihree mile from the town of Cattawissa,
an asortment of
SPRING AXD SFMMER GOODS,
snpe'ior to any ever brought to that section.
His stock cf goods is varied and of an ex
cellent quality. He is prepared to sell cheap
having purchased his good? to suit t'te
limes. Purchasers are cordially invited lo
Call and examine his slock for !h melve
"Qvick Sales ar.d Small profits," has
bepn adopted as his motto.
C?" Country produce taken in exchange
for goods al the regular market prices.
JACOB H. CREASY.
Cattawissa iwp.. May 1m, 1861.
Estate of Peter Huyman. of Orange, deed. ,
N OTICE is hereby gien lhat le'ters or
ad ministration on the estate of Peter
Haym an, la'e of Orange township, Colun -bia
coii'113 , leceaed, have been granted,
by ihe Register ol said coun'y, to the under
dersigned who resides in the county and
township above mentioned. All persons
having claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent are req-iesied to
present ihem for settlement, and thre in
debted 10 make payment wiihon' delay to
RANDOLPH HAYM AN.
Orange, June 13, 1661.
iJook to 'your Interests!
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AXD SUMMER GOODS,
MILLER 8c EYER'S.
rpHE subscribers have just returned from
the City with another large aud telect
assortment of , , . .
Spriti? and Summer iood4,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lnwes'
figure, and which ihy are determined to
sell 011 as moderate term6 as can be pro
cured elsewhere in Bloomburg. Their
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of the choicest styles and latest fashions.
Hardware, Queensware Cedarwa'e, Hol
lowware, Iron; Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hals
and Capa, he, &c. In short, everything
usually . kept in country stores; lo.whicli they
invites ihe obbiic generally. The highest
price paid or country produce
MILLER & EYER.
Bloomsburg, May 15, 1861.
MACHINE STITCHING fr7.
MRS. CATHARINE ZUPPINGER, beg
leave lo inform the Public that he
will be happv to give full satisfaction n
the, above business. . . , ..
Bloomsburg, April 10, 186l.
OF ALL KINDS,
AT J. J. BROWER'S
Chen per than Ever.
May 1H, i60.
$ & & s O &
NEW ilIILLINERY (iboOS,
jllJSS MARY BARKLEY, would respect
fully inform her customers in Bloims
burg and vicinity, that she has just received
from the city an excellent assortment of new
finer than ever, and more cat Aft-,
culaled to please the taste ot'?p
ihe most fastidious. , She has
paid strict attention in making her selq
tions of bonnets, consequently has the beM
assortment, probably, ever brought to this
place. She has an assortment ot neat and
handsome ha ts and caps for little Misffs,i
all of which she can dipoe of cheap.
Give her a calr before purchasing ele
where. Shop on Main Street, below Mar
ket, 'north feide.
Bloomsburg, April 17, 1861.
JO IIIVS & CEOSLEY,
Sole Manufacturers or tbe Improved
The cheaptsl and most durabie Roofing in
IT IS FIRE A N l" WAITER PROOF. ,
It can te applied, to New and Old Konfj)f
all kinds, and to Shingle Roots without re
moving the shingles. ( ,
Tne Cost is only about One-Third that of
Tin, AND IT IS TWICE AS DURABLE.
GITTA PERCH A CE3IEXT,
For preserving an l repairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs ol every description, fro.u its
gieat elasticity, is not injured by the con
traction arirt! expansion of metals, AND
WILL NOT CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER.
These materials have been thoroughly
tesied in New Fork and all . parts, of t.pe
Southern and Western stales, and we can
give abundant prool of all we claim in their
Ttiey are ipadily applied by ordinay la
borers, at a trifling expense.
" S6 111141 IS REQUIRED."
Thee material are pul up ready for u-e,
and lor shipping 10 all part- of the country,
with lull printed directions for appl cation.
Full descriptive circulars will be furnish
ed on a(plica'jon by mail or in person at
our Principal Office and Warehoose,
78 WII LI AM STREET,- .
Corner of Liberty Sfeet, New Yoik.
JOHNS & LROSLEY.
AgntB Wanted ! Terms Casti ! !
May 2'J, 1861. ly.
A New Democratic Mor-ing Paper.
Wi'h a view to meet a universally a J
mined want, ihe undersigned will isne on
Mondav, ihe lt of July next, a Morning
Penny Paper, to be called "THE UNION "
The great mis-ion ol the Democratic
Parly, which has ever stood as the bulwark
ol the Union and the Champion of the.
Constitution, renders its entire unity and
bold atiiun'e in ihi hour of National peril
a matter of vital concern. The pending
stmgale is not less for the main'enance of
a Uu ted Country than for the Perpetuation
of Democratic principles, as expounded by
J kkffrson and Jackson', The most morren
lous revolt hang upon the issue. Mere
party questions 'kre for the time "by rem-n-o
i const 111 adjounred. Ihe past is dead.
save in its lessvs ol experience.
The Democratic ho-ts have not shrunk
from heir full share in the responsibdii ies
and dangers of the emergency. They have
ral'ied with one accord around the stand
ard ol our common country. But hii oc
casion imposes other duties. The Govern
ment will demand and receive the willing
support of every patriot, in its efforts to vin
dicate the National honor and re-assert the
National authority ; but the Preservation ot
ConMiimional Liberty rests more with the
people than wiih Congress and Cabinet.
Vigil.mce and Ui.ity are iherelore especial
ly requisite in the present juncture.
It is the , pnrnnt e of the Proprietor to
make " THE UN10N,",in every respect a
first .id a s journal. The Democracy of the
whole State feel the need ol k bold and
vigorous Metropolitan daily ; and r.o etTWr:
will be spared to render ;'TiIE UNION'"
both popular and etficient as a newspaper,
ami as a fearle8 exponent of the great
principle for which- ihe Democratic, party
have ever contended, and which ar's now
so unhappily imperilled.
The Proprietors have perlected such ar
rangements a- will place ihe enterprie,
from the beginning, upon a substantial
business basis, with abundant means to
make a Newpaper second in interest and
abili'y to no other in the. city; and while
Ihe paper w ill be le'arlesly Democratic, ii
will sedulonly avoid all faction, as the
deadliest bane o party etTicieiiov. .
We look to the DEMOCRATIC MASSES
for support, and shall labor to make "THE
UNION" in every way worthy their confi
deuce and liberal patronage, as a Iresb,
readable and fearles Journal.
TERMS: Per Annum, Three Dollars,
or served Ly Carriers SIX CENTS PER
t Orders shou)d he addressed to
JO. SEVERN'S Si CO.
No. 130 South third Si., Philadelphia, Pa.
June 26, 1861.
sPnrM and summer
1 A n T Z & JE X T
I" AVE just received from Philadelphia a
splendid assorimenl of merchandise,
pcrchaed at the lowest figure, and which
tnjy are determined to sell for
Cash or Country Produce,
011 as moderate terms as can be procured
elsewhere in Light Sceei. Then Stock con
sists ol LADIES1 DRESS GOODS, choicest
styles and latest fashions.
HARDWARE, QUEENS.WARE. CEDAR-
Iron, Nails aiid Spiked,
BOOT- AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS,
READY-MADE CLOTHIXG, &c. &c,
In short everv thing usually kept in a coun
try Store. They respectfully invile their
old friends, and the public generally, lo call
and exam ne their block before purchasing
else w her .
HEALTH AND. ITS PLEASURES,
- v - . - OR,
Disease Vith Km Aponiesj
CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM.
II O L.X O W A Y ' S P Uj Ij S.
What is more fearful than a break"in;
down ,ol the nervous eastern ? To he exci
table or nervogs in a small degree ismoyt
distressing, for where can a remedy be
found? There is one : . drink, bui 'i;ii
wine. beer, or spirits, or far better, ro'ie
take. no coffee, weak tea being preferable
get all ihe. .iresh air you fan'; take three or
four pilN every night; eal nleniv ot i'n;.U
.voiding t,he ue of slops ;an I if these eold'
en rules are followed, you will be happy
in mind am) strong io body, and fr.rgei you
MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS.
If, there is oneki(iihg more than anoilier
for which thesePjl!,! are so famous it Li
their pnrify'mg, properties, ,epecialty. tl.eif
pow-er of cleansjng ,ih? bjood , frorn. aj jm'.
purities, and removing dangerous and sus
pended secretions. UiiiveraIlyvalopted as
theonegtand remedy lor femaleVomplainiB
thev never fail, never weaken the system
and always bring about what is required '
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF
These feelings w hich so sadden fisarr
frequently arise from annoyance and doub
le, Irom obstructed perspiration, or from
eating and drinking what is ur.fit for us
inns disordering the liver and stomach.
These organ must be regulated if you wish
to be well. The. Hills, "it taken according
to the printed instruction, will, quickly re
store.a healthy anion 10 both liver and
stomach, whence follow as a nural conia
sequence, a gocd appetiie and a clear head.
In ihe Eat and West Indies scaicely any
other medicine is ever used for these dis
order. . -, , . .. . .
. DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all . diseases affecting these organs,
whether. they secrete, too much-or too little
water; or whether Ihey f?e afflicted witfi
stone or gravel, or with aches and pains
settled in the loins over the regions of the
kidneys, these Pills shonld bo taken accor
ding to ihe printed instructions directions,
and the Ointment should be well rubbed
into the small of the bai;k at bed, time. Thia
treatment will give almost immediate relief
when all other means have tailed.
FOR STOMACHS OUT OF OR T Eft.
No medicine will so effectually im Drove
tbe tone of the stomach as these Pills; they
remove all acidity, occasioned ekher by
intemperance or improper diet. They
reach the liver and reduce it to a healthy
action; they are wonderfuliy efficacious n,
cases of, spaem in fact they never lail in
cuiing all disorders ol the li er indstomBch.
Hollmmy's TiVj are the be f remehf known in
the world jor the Jnlimcmg diseases.
Scrofila, or - -
Store and Grave!,
U u moors",
Worms of all kinds
Blotches on the
Cons'ipation of tha
ties, Fevers of ail
CAL"TIO !! None are cennine onless
he words '"Ho'lowav, New York end Lon
don," are dicernable a a Water-mnrh in
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot cr box : the m may be plainly
seen bv holding the lef to the light. A hand.
some reward will be given to any one
rendering such information as may lead . to
the detection ol any party or pastie? coun
terfeiting ihe medicines or vending th
same, knowing them to be spurious.
Sold a: (he Mannfactorv of Professor
Hollo A-ay, 80 Maiden Lane, New Yorkjand
by all respec able Druggists and Dealers-in
Medicine, throughout the civilized .world",
in boxes at 2b cents, 62 cents and SI each
fiT There is considerable saving by ta
king tfe larger sizes. .....
N. B Directions for the guidance of p a
tients in every disorder are affixed to eacfi
box. - t
October, 17, i860.
ATTEXTIOX ! CO.T1PAIVY !
ANK thousand cu'tonjers to vnlnn'p-r to
buy their Goods at L. T JSH A R PLEAS'
S'.ore, where they can be bought very low
for cah or country produce. Having on
hand a stock of goods, he is determined lo
sell at prices reduced lo suit ihe times.
An assortment of Clothing adapted to ihii
season of the year, will be sold cheap.
Good Sugars at 6J to 12J lb.
Syrups at 10 to 35 cw. per qt. Also, New
Orleans Baking Mo!ass.
A fresh lot of cheap Calicos, warranted to
hold color jut received. - .
All kinds ol Shoes will be sold, at prices
les than marked.
To customers buying for cash,, we wonlj
say it is to your interes,t to give him a call.
Gratehil for the pationage extended ,to
him in the past, he hopes. 10 rnerit tbe con
fidence of ihe putd.c in futiia
. .. , ,L. T, SHARPLESSC
Bloomsburg. June 5, 1861.
" XEW BUSINESS FIR3I. "
'TIHE undersigned repectlully inform
their triends anl Ihe pub'ij generally,
lhat they have entered into co-parfierhip.
nnder the name, stle a:i firm ol MILLEU
& EYER in the
in the ''Old Arcade," in Bloomsburg; Co
lumbia county, where ihey. intend carrying
on the business of GENERAL MERCHANT
DIZ'NG. in all its diversifi-id branches and
departments, and to which they invite ad
exieubion of the public pitroaaga.. ,
S. H- MILLER
.. . m FRED'K EYER,
R!oomburg) May 15, 1661 if.
"lHEREAS, my wi'e. Anna Marts Sti-
iter, la-ely Wl my hon-e, and bed
and board without my knowleifa, and
against my wish, ami is continnin to ab--eiit
herself tnerelrom. All persons are
h a... k 1. ..... a. ...... . 1 ' I 1 A
.11 111 i --