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W'lf. if. .MCOflr, EDITOR.
FlDDSSBUES, WOSE5D1Y, hi,. 1S63.
Close cl l"hc nib Volume or the Star.
With this nnmber closes the thirteenth
volume of the Star or the North, the pres.
eat proprietor having published it tour year.
At ot.e time we had thought of suspending
the publication of the Star for a time, or
entirely so far as we were concerned, if we
could manage to dispose ol cur ma erial at
not too great a sacrifice ; but through the
solicitation of a few warm friends we have
been induced to continue its publication.
This establishment has not been over run
with patronage, and its patrons are sparsely
fettled throughout the county. We have, by
practicing a good deal of niggardliness, made
a living for ourseff and Utile family. We
have become 'pretty much" tired of that
kind of business, hence we have cotnmenc
ed making out bills for subscription, adver
tising and jobbing, for the rear ecdine Jan-
cary I, Jeez, as wen as tor previous back
standing does, and we think proper to give
this public and particular notice thereof, to
our friends so that they nisy prepare them
selves to respond to whatever call may be
made upon them. Upon looking over our
books we find there is a considerable
amount of arrearages which ought to be
settled without any further delay, and which'
we must have, without ourelf being sub
jected to serious inconvenience. We have
been in ihe printing business our years and
we find quite a number who are in arrears
for the whole Ien$h of time. We may say
in all kindness lha these accounts bicst be
settled before the first of April or other
wise we shall be obliged, however reluc
:ant to do so, to p';.ce them in proper hands
for collection -
uur current expenses are neavy ana near
ly all ia cash, or if not in cash, must be
met wben due, and it is treasonable that
we should be kept out of our -money, such
a length of time and in numerous instances
by persons who conld very readily pay if
wej naa an inclination to ao so. ve nave
subscribers too upon our books who own
property, and who would, get very angry
with us if we were to make public the ar
rearages due as from them of three, four
and more, years standing. Some oi these
Lave several times been called upon, and
some have promised us personally that
they would call and settle their bills. We
have seen some of them in :own, but they
do not come near our office.
We intend to settle op our business to the
first of April and bills will accordingly be
tnade out foi every one in arrears We
have bills to meet and we must then have
what belongs to us. Our patrons will oblige
us greatly by remitting their amounts as
much a they possibly can, and thereby
save an the percentage of collection to
which we ought not to be subjected espe
cially where bills have been left rnnning
pome length of time. Persons receiving
their papers by mail will oblige us by re
To those who are always prompt in the
discharge of their bills either at the office
or when called upon, we tender our thanks.
We have a number of patrons wboare very
punctual and model .subscribers in every
respect and if all were such it would be a
pleasure to be in the printing business.
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Kentucky cn Cameron.
Both Houses of the Kentucky Legislature,
have passed iesoTations asking the Pres
ident to dismiss Simon Cameron from the
Cabinet. The resolutions were adsp'ed
by an " overwhelming vote. As there are
but one or two 'secession-sta" in the Ken
tacky Legislature, almost the entire body
being staunch friends ol the Union, this
reqoest of the immediate representatives of
the loyal people of Kentucky, will hardly
be denounced as a "disunion trick," or a
rnanceavre of the "northern ecioes of Seces
sion" We hope that the President will
act promptly in compliance with the wish
es of the Kentucky Legislature. We have
always maintained that unless Abolitionism
be first put down, the Union cannot be re
stored. Kentucky, the firmest of all the
loyal Slave States fives ns ample con fir
nation ol this opinion. The time serving
demagogue whomif represents Pennsylvania
in Ihe Cabinet, should at once be removed
from office, so that the loyal people of the
South may be assured that our Government
does not mean to make war upon their
local institutions, or their personal and
Congress Mis Ely who was captured by
the rebels at the Bull Run fight has been
returned from Richmond, having been ex
changed for Mr. Faulkner. The rebels say
thai Faulkner is worth a half dozen Elys,
but we can't understand the meaning. Mr.
Ely gives rather an interesting account of
his capture and also of bis treatment with
other prisoners while at Richmond. He
fared tolerably Tell if he tells a straight
fiery, and we would presume be does. An
hcnorable exchange cf prisoners Las at last
been effected. This has caused a large
amoanl of rejoicing among the federalists
are said to be released daily. The train
that broaght Ely home was loaded with our
beys Since the right at Drainsville nothing
of ranch importance has occurred alorgthe
Potomac. All appears to be quieL
Conzress jost passed an act imposing a
tx of 2D percent, on ail teas imported; 5
cents on a pocnu i ail kiujs oi coaee
cents per pound on cc.nn.oa sugar; 8 cents
cn r? lined an J colored sugars j and 6 cents
These are promis
. EcIdleiY Fay and their Fanllici.
The President this morning signed the
bill recently passed by Congress, to provide
a more convenient mode ol allotments of
soldiers' pay to their families. It gives the
President the power to appoint from each
State three persons as commissioner, who
shall not be entitled to any compensation
from the Government, who Bball receive by
draft from the paymasters the order of such
persons to whom allotments of soldiers' pay
may be made. The third section of this
law lakes from the sutlers their lien on the
soldiers' pay The bill, as it is signed, re
fers only to the volunteer force.
A Happv Nrw Year to all our patrons
and readers. All is wall that ends well.
Let us hope, then, that in the course of
the new year, onrcoontry ojt who coun
try, will again be joined together, if not in
the bonds of immediate brotherhood, at leant
in those of common interest ar.d peace -Let
us Lope that the rebels will reason to
gether, and being convinced of their moral
and political turpitude, will lay down their
arm sand sue for pardon ere the bloody battles
take place which are now impending
Let ns hope that this glorious change from
pasion and tempest to calm and quiet
is soon to bless us; and that with the open
ing buds of spring, the busy bom of indus
try for man's comfort instead of destruction,
will merrily ring over the land and cheer
every heart with fatness Again, we say a
happy New Year to you, and may we all
strive to make it one.
A Gsm That truly excellent and beauti
ful weekly'GIeason's Literary Companion"
for this week and the new year, we have re
ceived. This number is finely illustrated,
and is the first of a new volume, containing
sixteen elegant pages, as open and fair as
any reader's eye would desire to feast upon
The "Lite Bart Companion" is the best Ik
erary publication in our country. What is
not there found of wit and humor, foreign
and home miscellany ,dewdrop4 of wisdom,
valuable receipts, and instruction in domes
tic affairs, m not worth reading or knowing.
Gleason understands the wants of those who
seek enjoyment and instruction through the
medium of reading. The circulation of the
Companion U very large, and rapidly in
creasing. The paper deserves all the suc
cess it is meeting with. Terms, 1 subscri
ber, $2, 8 do , $12, and one gratis. Sample
copies sent fr-e. Published weekly by F.
Gleason, corner of Tremonl and Bromfield
streets, Boston, Mass.
The Prospect. The Secretary of the
Treasury informs the people of the United
States that their indebtedness, in 1863, will
amount to Nine Hundred L'illions of Dollars I
Rather steep, this. But he says we can pay
it all in thirty ears! To enable us to do
so of course the Secretary calculates the
war to end by that time with our country
re-united and as prosperous as it was six
teen months ago.
But if be has committed as great a blun
der in this estimate as he did in that of
July last, our indebtedness, by 1863, instead
of being nine hundred millions will be near
er eighteen hundred millions. He told Con
gress, in July.tbat he wanted only S3 1 8.5 19
581 to"run the machine" to the first of July
next. (1862.) The time is not yet half up
and he informs Congress that it will take
S214 000,000 more to carry him through.
The onlf reason he assigns for this seventy
per cent of a mistake is, that the President
and Cabinet thought tbey would not need
over 300,000 soldiers to put down the rebel
lion, wben, at the same time, they asked
Congress to give them 500,000. If a school
boy would exhibit himself as contradictory
before his teacher as Mr. Chase has done
before the American people he would be
ordered on the ''dunce stool."
In July, the Secretary informed the pnblic
that the revenue from the new Republican
tariff, and from the Public Land, would be
60 000,000. He now says it will .not
amount to more than one-half that snm !
He wants Congress to raise the duly on
sugar from 2j to 3 cents per pound. lea from
15 to 2u, and coffee from 4 to 5. Clearfield
The poor people who voted for this enter
prising and intelligent Black Republican par
ty should read and ponder well these above
mentioned focis; and before they vote again
with such a humbug party try and have
their eyes open.
The Caucasian. The patrons of the Cau
eisian in this county will learn by a circular
we publish that the Caucasim ihe successor
or the noble Day-Book, his also been refused
circulation in the mails by the P.st Office
Department. This is most an infamous out
rage, and if the Postmaster-General got his
just deserts he would be biowed to pande
monium with gunpowder. There is no law
nor reason, nor justice, for this outrage
The Postmaster-General has no more right
to refuse papers going throngh the mail than
any other man. It is tyranny of the worst
kind and the people should if need be, re
sist it by force of arms, and we have been
astonished that the people of New York will
gndnre such an outrage npon their dearest
rights. Setintgrove Times.
Capt. Geo W. Utt, late of one of the Fish
ingcreek military companies has volunteer
ed for the war. He is one of those staunch
democrats, who for that cause has been
more abused than most other men He
I was commander of one of the "old scythe"
companies of Captain Staley, almost all of
whom have volunteered in defense of the
old flag ; he was one of the men whom we
heard a brainless six foot republican speak
of as the "Jeff. Davis Reserves" One of
the men about whoxn the Rev. Capt. Noble
made such a fuss in bis memorable cam
paign. Where are those fault findingr, carping,
loud mouthed, valorous men? Just where
the always were; while the democrats fill
the ranks and command the armies. Capt.
Utt gave up his school, threw down his
law books, shoulders his moskel.andgoes to
shed his bloody if need be, ia defense of the
constitution and for the restoration of lie
U n i o rt . Ikm ocr a I.
Democratic Stale ExetaUTB Committee.
A meeting of the Democratic State Exec
utive Committee will be held at the Bush
ier House, Harrisborg, on Wednesday, Jar. -uary
15, 1862, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
Democratic papers in the State will please
WILLIAM H. WELSH, Chairman
There are several men about this ancient
and venerable village who might justly and
fairly be considered braggarts. They are
Republican in politics which is very essen
tial to qualify them for the appellation of
braggart. When Mason and SlkJell were
captured the legality of the matter was dis
cussed at every pea nut stand in town, and
these fellows to whom we allude as hrag
garts, declared, the matter right, and that
they would fight before they (the prisoners)
should be released ; we could flog Jobny
Bull end the South altogether and at cne
lime and if they (Johny Bull and the Sou .h)
were not careful it would be done. A lw
days have elapsed, and the tone of these
chaps has moderated wonderfully. One
remarked in our bearing that, it would not
be prudent on the part of the administra
tion to have any difficulty at present with
England, and that England had a mighty
navy! The men we allude to had better
say less than they do, then they would not
be obliged to back down from their first po
sitions, which they. invariably have to do.
Capt. W. H. Emt. The official report or
the Draineville engagement announces that
the Sixth Regiment reserves, which evi
dently was in the hottest of the battle, if .we
may judge from the listcf killed and wound
ed, was under the command of Captain
Wellington H. Ent. He is the Captain of
company A, (Iron Guards, of Columbia
county) and the senior captain, who usual
ly takes command of a regiment i.i the ab
sence of the field officers, all of whom, we
infer, are on the sick list. The Sixth is a
'bully" regiment a pet of ours and in
the late action verified our predictions of
their courage and prowess, made at differ
ent times during the summer.
Captain Ent has distinguished himself,
and we look for his early promotion. The
entire regiment, in fact, gave a noble ac
count of itself, in this, its first engagement,
notwithstanding its field officers, and many
of the staff and line have been on the sick
list nearly all summer. All honor to the
brave boys of the Sixth Reserves. Patriot
The Genesee Farmer The January
number ol the "Farmer' Own Paper" is re
ceived, li contains seventy articles on ag
ricultural and horticultural matter, with
eight illustrations, besides a well filled Edi
tor's Table, Lidie's Department, Answers
to Inquiries, etc. No one interested in the
culture of the soil in city or country can
fail to receive the full cot of a yearly sub
scription from this single number. The
Genesee Farmer is the cheapest agricultu
ral journal in the world, and with one ex
ception is said to have double the circula
tion of any similar paper in this cosntry or
in Europe. It costs only 50 cents a year.
We advise all our agricultural and horticul
tural friends to subscribe for the new vol
ume at once. Send the 50 cents in stamps
to the publisher, Joseph Harris, Rochester,
N . Y., or get one of your neighbors to take
it with you and send a dollar bill. Sab
scriptions received at this office.
Mr B F. Rcigharo of the enterprising
firm of B. F. Reighard & Bro. of Espy lost a
very valuable horse in B'oomshurg on
Thursdaj last. It seems that some persons
were drumming on the street, and the horse
became frightened and restive and began
to kick and finally broke loose, and having
broken the shaft of the sleigh in some way
ran it through the hinder part of his bellv,
severing some large arteries, and in a few
minutes bled to death.
We have often thought the drumming
throngh our streets, when score of horses
unused to such sounds are standing and dri
ving through them, wa& a very great nui
sance ; and we hope that this may be a suf
ficient warning to prevent a more sad oc
currence in the death of a human being.
Ater's American Almanac has arrived
and is now ready for delivery, gratis, by
K P. Lntz, to all who call for it. Our read
ers may be surprised to know that this lit
tle pamphlet which has become so much a
favorite in our section has qaite the largest
circulation of any one book in ihe world ex
cept the Bible. It is printed in many lan
guages and scattered through many nations
as well as supplied to almost the entire pop
ulation of our own vast domain. Every
family should keep it, for it contains infor
mation which all are liable to require, when
sickness overtakes them and which may
prove invaluable from being at hand in sea
son. If you take our advice, yon will call
and get an Ayer's Almanac, and when got,
Abolition Preachers. In speaking of
the causes which have produced our present
difficulties, the Louisville Journal truthfully
says that, "from the beginning, the chief
instrument of seduction has been the sediti
nou and nnconslitutional utterances of on
principled Northern preachers and editors,
urging their congregations and their readers
to crusade against the social rider of the
South. These utterances have been eager
ly seized and industriously used by the
Southern seducers to fasten in the minds of
the whole people the conviction that that
was the universal sentiment and purpose of
The reduction of the pay of all commis
sioned officers of the army daring the war,
is agitated. The suggestion emanates from
several officers, who propose this mode of
testing the patriotism of their comrades.
It is argued that such a measure will soon
demonstrate which officers hold their posi
tions for love, of country, and which for the
pecuniary emoluments. It is not intended
to disturb the rate of pay of privates and
non-commissioned officers. The matter is
yet in embryo, and the opposition it will
meet from the class to be egerfed mat pr9
vent its development.
Colonel lane. , .
Colonel Kame, of the Bncktails, under the
very excellent care of his wife, is impro
ving. He is, however, confined closely to
bis bed, and is very weak. Colonel Kane
is not wounded in the forehead, and depriv
ed of his reason in Consequence, as cur
rently reported. His wound is on the cheek,
the ball having passed through the cheek,
and, carrying away a tooth and a oonion of
the jaw-bone, lodged in his month. He is
in full possession of bis reason, and recounts
with minute detail th incidents of the late
engagement and brilliant 'success of the
The Eighty-fourth To day was the day
set apart for the Eighty-fourth regiment to
move on itsway to Romeny, but we learn
the Governor has countermanded the order,
and it will now await the arrival of arms
and war munitions.
The law of Pennsylvania forbids any reg
iment leaving this Slate without arms, and
the Governor, although he has permitted
unarmed regiments to leave, will io this
instance obey the letter of the law, and
neither Murray or Lewis' regiment will
move until fully armed. These regiments,
it will be remembered, are ordered to march
to Romeny, Va.,in the heart of the enemy's
country, and how they could be expected
to get arms there was not explained in the
order from the War Departmeat.
Since the above was written orders have
been received that the regiments proceed
to Williamsport, Md., where they will be
supplied with arms, &c, and thence to
Romeny, with orders to report to Gen. Kel
ly Patriot and Union.
The "Hurley Guard" of this place form a
part of this Regiment. It would appear
from the above that our boys will soon have
some work to do.
We are pained to chronicle a serious ac
cident that befell a young woman of thi
place, by the name of Miss Caroline Wert
man, on yesterday morning. It appears
that Miss Wertmen was walking on the
railroad track, and when crossing the Tres
sel work over Toby's Run, above town, her
foot flipped on the ice when she was pre
cipitated over the. bridge, falling a distance
of at leant twelve feet, fracturing her jaw,
and otherwise inflicting serioas injury lo
her person. The wonder is, considering
the distance she fell and the frozen siate of
the ground, that 6he was not killed outright.
Dr. Snyder was called in, who set the frac
tured jaw and attended to-her other injur
tes Dunvilie Intelligencet .
Too Poor to take a Paper. We hive
seen the man who was "too poor to take a
He told ns he was, and a few
minutes after we were passing a bar-room
and had the curiosity to see how he econo
mized in that place. He called up several
of his companions and treated to whiskey.
When about to drink he ejected a large quid
of tobacco from his mouth. For the whis
key, he put down twentyfive cents. Then
he called for cigars nod "handed them
around" for which he paid another quarter
J These two items would have paid for his
paper four months and would prove a ben
efit instead of an injury. In the benefit his
whole family might participate. Let us
suppose that he spends, a he is a social
man, only fifty cents a week for whiskey
and cigars for himself and friends. He is
also a chewer, and will average at least
three cents a day at that. The yearly bill
WhisL-py and cigars S26,00
This is what this poor nan spends for
what i worse than nothing, but he is "too
poor to lake a county paper.
The Agriculturist for January is a very
beautiful, valuable and intereting nnmber.
It contains a hundred articles, ard thirteen
of them are illustrated. Every farmer,
gardener and fruit grower, ought to haTe
this as well as other excellent works de
signed expressly for their use. They are
so valuable, and the expense so trifling that
all onght andean have them. Terms $1,00.
Address O. Judd, 41 Tark Row, New
The Administration has given op Mason
and Slidell over whose capture and im
prisonmer.t so much cun powder was wasted
and a like quantity of champagne consum
ed. Grand suppers were given in honor of
Capt. Wilkes who arrested these traitors
and had them imprisoned. The people en
dorsed his course taken in the matter, and
were willing to stand by him. The admin
istration was quick and free to say that Capt.
Wilkes acted upon his own responsibility
in the matter, but tbey sanctioned what he
bad done in every possible manner. Bnt
what vision has come over thean in the last
few days? They have given up the highly
valued prize, all for what ? for the fear of
Johny Bull, oh no ! That can't be possible !
On Sunday evening, 22d oil., in Sf." Ste
phens Church Wilkesbarre, by Rev. G. D.
Miles, Mr. N. B. Welliver, of Jerseytown,to
Miss Adelaide Josephine, daughter of J. B.
On the 25th alt., by the Rev. William J.
Eyer, Mr. Bcmneville Stactfer to Miss
Mart Ann BKOBT,both of Ringtown,Schuyl
kill county, Pa.
On ihe 19th nit., by the Rev. George Par
son, at the residence of Mathias A pp, near
Money, Mr Hiram Bittenbender, to Miss
Saue A. Lemon, both of Fishingcreek town
ship, Colombia county, Penna.
In Bloomsburg, onThursday last Mr. Zeb
clou P. Gtoss, aged about 45 years.
In Centre township. Columbia county, on
th e 19th ult , Mrs. Sarah Salmon, consort
of the late Sheriff Salmon, aged about 63
In Limestone township, Montour county,
on Tuesday Isst, Abraham Hacse, aged
about Si years.
In Bloomsburg the 26th nit, infant daugh
ter of William J. and Rebecca Beildeman,
aged about 1 1 days.
Onr Carrier' Address.
Trudging through the busy town,
Up the noisy street, then down,
Through the alleys, dark and dim,
Past the steeples, tall and trim;
Pausing at the cottage gate,
When the evening lamp burns late,
Up the steps of mansion high,
Where delicious shadows lie;
In the sunshine soft and warm,
In the wintery's chilling storm,
In your grief and in your joy,
I have been your Carrier boy ;
Now 1 call on New Year's day,
Where are happy hearts, and gay,
Coldly sweeps the icy breeze.
Through the bare, complaining trees,
But it whispers softly lower,
As I speed me to your door;
Through ihe hall 1 see the light
Of your red fires, glowing bright,
And young voices from each room,
Ring throngh all ihe wintery ploom;
Lighter hearts than mine bound there,
More of hope and less of care ;
Never much that tends to joy,
In the life of a Carrier Bov.
Our land has given a bounteous yil I
In all 6orts of crops, in garden and field,
But then, such rninous prices, fell,
From last year's rates, very much, grain has
At these "Lincoln prices" the farmers wont
And are Mill holding on for the crisis.
Our business is dull in all sorts of trade,
While some have "gone up" and assign
ments have made,
And the banks will soon go to thunder,
What with panic, secession, and disunion,
With many, I fear, 'twill be a hard tussle
To prevent their going clear under.
But a trnce to forebodings, 'tis New Year's
So let us be cheerful and glad while we may!
And erjoy our blessings all in a right way,
While every patron a quarter for my address
will pay ;
Do good wben you can, to your poor fel
Be courteous, honest, aid kind,
And whil you enjoy your abundance and
Don't let the needy go from your door empty;
And this, best of rules, bear in mind.
To wit : "Always unto your fellow men do
As you would wish them to do unto you."
Now comes the ladies, precions dear,
In silk ard satin rutle,
And proudly swing their crinoline,
And raise their t-kirts la-Lulle.
Tbey gaily promenade the street,
And cot up funny capers,
And sport upon their little heads
Those horrid great "sky-scrapers."
The gaouty, little dahing hat,
All ribbons, bows, and flowers,
Was very neat, and preitier far,
Than these old ugly towers !
But then be patient, stately lords,
Your reign will again be here,
For with the close of last night's sun,
Clossed twelve months, after leap year.
The reign of bet er halves is o'er,
So gentlemen, now dah on,
And state with prompt accord
That yon will lead the fashion.
They've had their grand conventions,
And talked of woman's rights,
And though they've banished petticoats
They iiavsn't got the lights.
But Ihe ladies, bless their eouls.
Why always talk about them? .
You know, my dear, great whiskered men
You couldn't do wi'hout ihem !
And now, kind friend, a word or two,
With your gracious permission,
Will be addressed by me to you,
Defining my neat position.
I've tried to faithful be,
Discharging all my Jutien,
A method every one can see,
Having peculiar beauties;
And should I e'er have (ailed in this
I hope you'll a'l excuse me,
For no subscriber did 1 "miss"
Save when mem'ry refused m.
And here I make my partina bow
To all my friend and patrons,
And wish a Happt New Year nov
To this and all earth's nations.
Noah Prentiss, Carrier.
Blonmsburz, January 1, 1862.
The Cocntt Clerk The question of who
is to he the Clerk of the Courts was settled
last week by a elaborate opinion from Jodge
Conyngham. who decided that Mr. Codings
was entitled to the pot, the petition of con
test of Mr. Baldwin not having been filed
within ten days after the election in Octo
ber. The contest between Messrs. Miller
and Chase is not yet adjusted. Scranton
REVIEW OF THE MARKET.
CA R C FULLY CORRECTED WEEELV
FLOUR pr.bbl. 6
DR'D APPLES,! 00
DISSOLUTION OF PARTXERSU1P.
flHE co-partnership heretofore eiting
-- between ihe firm of Stohnep & Fox,
proprietors of the Bakery and Confectione
ry Establishment at this place, is this day,
ihe 28th of December, 1861, dissolved by
mutual consent. The basiness will be
continued by the senior.memberof the firm
by whom rJl claims agamot the firm will
be paid, and thof-e indebted to the firm will
please come forward and settle the same.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 1st. 1862.
TO ihose whose Subscriptions are unpaid
10 the fund of the "IRON GUARDS," that
the subscription paper will be placed in the
hands of Enquire Cnemberlin on the first
day of January next and all persons in
arrears will b waited npon by Constable
GorT. By order uf the Committee.
WM. iVKAL, Treasurer.
Bloomsburg, Deo. 25, 1861 it.
During the paM year we heve introduced
to the notice of the medical profession of
this country the Pvre Crystulized Chloride of
Propyhmine a a
REMEDY FOR RIlEtMATISSI !
And having received from many sources,
both from physicians of ihe highest stand
ing and from patients, the most
Fhiftermg Testimonials or l:s Iteal Value
in ihe treatment of this painful and obsii
na'e disease, we are induce I to present it
io the pnb'tio in a form READY FOR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hope will com
mpnd itself io those who are suffering with
ihis affliciin" complaint, and to the medi
cal praciiiioner who may feel disposed to
tesi the powers of ihis valuable remedy.
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in the f rm
above spoken of, has recently been exten
sively experimented with in ihe
and wilh MAKKED SUCCESS (as will ap
pear from the published accounts in ihe
It is carefully pni up ready for im
mediate use, with full directions, and can
be obtained from all ihe draagi-'tn at 75
cents per boi'le. and at wholesale of
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists
, Phjladklphia, Pknna.
Philadelphia, June 26, 1861 ly.
Grand Jurors for Feb. Term 1862.
Bloom T. Jackson Thornton, Stephen H.
Bi'nrcreek J ts'uh Thomas, Levi Rinard,
Braver John Singley.
Benton Jacob Welliver.
Fishinccreek Joseph D. Runvan.
Greenwood Fr a ncis Eves, Malhia Kline.
Hemlock Charles Neihart, Aaron Smith,
Locust George Miwry.
Mifflin Lewis Eokroth, Charles Kiinga-
Maine Wm Loninberger, Daniel Yeiter.
Montour John Qnck.
Mount Pleasam John Bucket.
Orane Samnfl Beidleman.
Suarloaf William Hss, Emanuel Lau-
hach, Samuel Friiz.
Jan I, 1861
Travcra Jurors for Feb
Bloom Andrew S. Croley, Martin Rup
ert, Leonard R. Rupert, Josepn Heave-,
Beaver ('o-trnd Erwine, Moes Schlichfr.
Rriarreek Ansnsus Bi Pearce.
Caitiwiss John Martz, John Ritter.
Centre Jmes Warden.
Conynuham Wiliiam Rohrbak.
Franklin Jeremiah S. Fahrineer, William
Greenwood Sarnoe Bosart, Jaeob Evans.
Hemlock James Emmitt, Levi Wrij1!!.
Jackson MichaL'l Remely.
Loi:ast Peter Illwig, William Goidman,
Samuel A lams.
Ma tie M ichael Grnver.
Mifflin John Hetler, John Masteler.
Mi. Pleasant Jricob Goho, Erie Uler.
Madinon Conrad Kramer. i
Orange aac Yomm, Jtmrn IUrman.
Pine Gorize Welliver.
ooii James Lake,Cnarles Fower, Samu
Suearlobl William Most?llar, Jih Fritz
ShcritT's S.i If.
Y viroe nl a writ of Vendjirmi Exponas
io me directed, iued outot the Court
of Common Pleas of Co'ombiacoonty, Pa ,
will b expoed lo public sa!at ihe Court
Hous in Bloorr.sbnrg, on Saturday the 25th
day rf January, 1862, at 1 oMock in ihe
nf ernoon, the fallowing property to wit :
All that certain lot of lane situate in the
town of Espy, S'-oM lownslip, Columbia
county, Pa , Lot No. 22 i.n pt of said town,
bounded on ihe Noun 7 Msin Street of
said town, on the ziast byn Alley, on she
south oy an Ailsv, mh orlhe West by lot
of Nehemiah llicluir, conaining sixty feel
in frorM, and one hundred and eieluy feet
in depth, whereon are ercted a hr:e tiro
Story Kram Dwelling llfle, a Frame Sta
ble, a Frame P12 Pen, arl other outbuild
ings wi'h the appurtenances.
t-eized taken m exei-tfion and lo bs- sold
as the proper;y of Philp V. Diiter;ch.
JOSIAII H. Jv'RMAN, Stie-iff.
Sheriff . Office, )
Bloomsburg, January 1 1862 j
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
THE undersigned would mpst respect
fully announce to the citizens of B'onms
bnig and vicinity, trit she has jnst receiv
ed frorn the eas'ern itie her fall and
WINTER JIIJM.VERr GOODS,
all of which she is Tpared lo make
1 .m l..t-i
fivure. Her asor:!en. of eooc's are
a little superior in nintof durability as well
lasitefnlneis, 10 an offered by her in hi
section heretofore She returns thank for
Ihe liberal patrnuce she has received, and
respecllully solicfc a cominuanc of ihe
same. MARY BARKLEY.
Bloomsborsr, Cl 9, 1861 .
Estate f John Price, dee'd.
THE Audiiopfointed by the Orphan'
Court of Colunpia County, to report liens
reainot the l.rs or John Price, decked ;
and 10 make tWnbation among ihrr-ons
rr ii . it iru,i'i uifviiiv.c in 111 1 1 a u vj w i
Vnrilpf Tme. hv a .Tnoint mpnf of
- , - j r f -
court, in lhe'rdr arid proportion!! iced by
law, will m"! "e parurs inierFM-u, ior
the porpoef his appoiniment,of Monday
the ihirtnetrt day of Jannary Afi. 1862, at
hi office iroioamfcbiirg. v rief and wnere
all neronsiaving claims, arnTeqaired to
nrewm inn. or nnerer ivnncu nuiu
comin inm a share ol faimd.
' W. W'frT, JudUor.
RlnnmmrT Tec. 18 186f '
t. II. LlA.
1C.l(I TIair aaa. t'ji.
Office iii'ourt Alley
i Mirny occupied Dy
EMpnilOT ! $75
,.r. WANTED !
wvciil pay71 825 lo 75 Per morh
and i expend'0 ac,,fe ?rnt, or give
a corWiPsior1 art,rnlar nt ftee- Ad
dresERi A,N.G Wac"!'e Comf.nt. R
iAL deiirable Building Lota in
iborg. ror eale. Inonire of
20, 1860-if. W. WIRT.
Blanks or all Kinds
a!e at the Star of the North Offlee.
At Jim tick, teAXt, and
emaplmliiing? Art yon out of
order, wlih your ayntem d.
ranged, nd jour feeling uc
comfortable? TbM mp-
torn 1 ar often the prelnd to
erioua illnam. Borne lit of
tckneea to creeping npon yon,
and should be avert od by
timely iim of tlie right rem
edy. Take Ayer'a Pill, and
cleanae ont the disordered ha
mora purify the blood, and
let the flnida more am nnnb-
f MILWAKltJl Vy
tructed In health sgmin. f
Tbey atimnlate tlie function ' -?
of the body into rigorous aa f
tlvity, purify the ayatem frota
the obstruction! which make
disease. A cold eottlea tnmewliere iu the body, and obf
tracts lta patural functions. These, ir not relieved,
react npon themeelres and the snrronnding organs, pro
ducing general airgraYation, antrering, and diaeaaal
Willi In this Mtnriitirin imnMMMl h t Ka iiw.nMuMt.i
take Ayer'a Pilla, and aee how directly they reatore the
natural action of the syntem. and with It the buoyant
feeling or health again. What ia troe and so apparent w
this triTial and common complaint, ia also true in many
of the depated and dangerooe distemper. The eanie
purgaUre effect expels them. Caused by similar obtruo
tiona and derangement! of the natural functions of the
body, tbey are rapidly, and many of tbem surely, cured
by the same nians. None who know the virtue of these
rill, will neglect to employ them when suffering from
the disorders they cure.
statement from leading physicians In some of the
principal cities, and from other well known public per
sons. Fxm a Forwarding Merchant rf SL touts, Hb. 4, 18SC
Dr. Area: Tour Pills are the paragon of all that U
great In medicine. They bare cored my little daughter
of utcerons sores npon her hands and feet that bad proved
Incurable lor years. Her mother has been long pier,
oualy afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and
in her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried
jour Pills, and they bars cored ber.
As a Family Physic.
Drom Dr. E. W. Oniwright, XHew Orleans.
Tour PUIs are the prince of purges. Their ezeellerrt
qualities surpass any cathartic we posses. Tbey are
mild, but rery certain and effectual In their action on the
bowels, which makes tbem tnraluabl to us In the daily
treatment of disease.
Headache, Slcklteadaebe,Fovl Stomach. -
IYom Dr. Edward Boyd, Bullimort.
Dr.ii Bao. Art: I can not answer yon ehal complaints
I hare cured with your Pilla better titan to say aU that tee
evtr treat witA a purgative wiediein. I place great depen
dence on an effoctoal cathartic In my daily contest with ,
disease, and twliertng as I do that your Pills afford us the
beet we bare, I of course ralue tbem highly.
. . Pmsrcaa. Pa Mar 1, 1851.
J- p-.Ati- fir: I bare been repeatedly cured of
the worst ktularj any body can have by a dose or two
of your Pills. It seem to aria from a fbnl stomach,
which they cleanae at ones.
Tours with great respect, ED. W. PRtBLl!,
Ctrrk of SUamer Clarirm.
Dillons Disorders Llm Complaint.
From Dr. Thtodore &&, of Km Tori Cry.
Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their rmr
pose as an aperient, but IJlnd their beneficial effect! upon
the IJrer rery marked indeed. Tbey bare in my prac
tice proTed more effectual for the cure of iJums mm
plainU thao any one remedy I can mention. 1 ataoarely
rejoice that we bare at length a purgative which a wor
thy th confidence of the profession aud the people.
DEFiancsmr or rat Imtm,
Washington, D. C, Tta tab., 18M. 1
f r 1 1 liar used your Pills in my general and hosptcU
practice ever since you made tbem, and cannot beaitale v
say they are the beat cathartic w employ. Their regu
lating action on the liter is quick and decided, conse
quently they are an admirable remedy for derangement
or tliat organ. Indeed, I bar aeldom found a case of
IduAit eUuate so vbetinat that it did not readily yield to
them. fraternally yonra, ALONZO BALL, M. I,
Jftytieicm cf the ifurras Jiotpitai.
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worm.
Vow Dr. J. G. Own, 0 Chicago.
Tonr Tills hate had a long trial in my prattle, and X
bold them in eeteem as one of the best aperimt I bar
erer found. Their alterative effect npon the liver make
them ao excellent remedy, when gi.a in small doses for
bilious dyunlrry and diarrhaa. Their nrar-c3attaa!
makes them Tory acceptable and convenient fur th a
of women and children.
Dyspepsia, Impvrlty of the Blood. .
From Krv. J. V. Hints, l'uttor of Advent Otureh, AisCoea,
DlAtex: I bar need your Pills with extraordinary
eucrees in my family and among those I am called lo visit
in dirtrees. To rtrolate the organs of diretion aad
purify the blood, tliey are the very best remedy I bar
ever known, and I can confidently recommend tbem to
my friends. Yonra, J. V. UIMX3.
V?Anw, TTynmlnr Co, X. Y, Oct, 34, 155S.
Dt.ta Srs : I am using your Cathartic Pills lo my pre,
(tee, and find thera an excellent purgative to cleanse th
system and purify the fountains cf IM Unnd.
JOHN G. MEACIiAH, M. D.
Constipation, CostlT-eness, gnppreaalo.
Itaeaiuatlsm, Gent, NcmraJkTia, Drop
yt Paraly!, Kit, etc.
From Dr. J. J'. Vaughn, Afontrtat, Gmad.
Too much cannot be said of your Pi'ui fur th cure of
enttirmrst. If others of our fraternity bar tjnnd tbena -as
efficacious as I have, tbey should join me in procUha
lug it for th benefit of th multitude who soffer from
that complaint, which, although bad enough In Itaelt 1
the progenitor of others that are worse. I believe en,
ft rnf to originate In the liver, but your Pill affect 'V
organ aod cure th disease.
From Shu E Suart, rfiytfehn mnd Jlidwift, Jkntm.
I find one or two larp doses of your Pilla, taken at tha
proper time, are excellent promotives of th natural ecr
'"" "'"B wholly or partially suppressed, and also varr
ftVctnal to cfetwM the stomach and txpA worms. They
are so much th best physic w bav that I reeoaomeod
no other to my patients.
From Vie Rev. Dr. Bcnclet, of (he Mdhodlst Epis. Churdk.
Pcx rr Hoc' Savannah, Ga.. Jan. 6, 1554.
IT9!nwr Pia : I should be ungrateful for th relief
rour skill has brooch t me If I did not report my case to
you. A cold Milled la my limbs and brought oa excru
ciatlng turatec pami, which ended ia chronic rinini
Um. Notwithstanding I bad the best of phrsidan, to
dieaM grew worse and worse, until by the aJ vie of roar
exrellenl agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackensle, I tried your
PiUa. Qheir effects were slow, lut rare. By peraeverloaT
la the um of them, I am now enarely welL
! Prftkn Pni nn P.tnn TFm,m v- t ....
- ' .."..n7, I'K, JIM.
D. A ri : I have been entirely eured, by your Piila, of
T.hrvnvfiic Gold a painful diaraee that had afflicted me
furyean. YIA'CKNT 8 LID ELL.
3 M""t of th Pnii In market contain Mercury.
whi.h. although a valuable remedy In skilful bands, la
dangero In a public pill, from the dreadful eon,
quencea that frequently follow It incanttons use. Thee
conraln no mercury or mineral substance whatever.
Prica, 25 cents per Box, or S Bozea for tX. .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATZB & CO, Lowell. Xu,
Sold by E. P. Luiz, J R. Mover, and G.
M. Hacetibuch, Bloomebura. and by one
dealer in eterv town iti ihe State.
April 6, 186 1.-ly.
A SUPERIOR COTTON FOk QUILTING.
&c: for sale cheap at the Cheap Caeh itore
J. T. RHARPLESS.
niomsbnrp, October 30, 1861.
A BenvnJ(nl Inahtotion ealablrhed by
ept-riai r.nnuwmeni, lor ine lteltet of ik
Sick and Diet re Med, affiicled with Vir I
lent and Chronip Diaeaae, and epeci?
Iv lor ihe Cure of Dieaoe of Ibe Sexe I
- - KDICAL ADVICE given rrati bv 1
lU Acting Surgeon, 10 all Wh anpir ,
lener. wi.n a neenpiron Ol their rondifi
(age, ocenpation, halm of life. &e..l
in cae of extreme poverty, Medicis.
furnished free of charge. 4,
VALUA BLE RETORTS on Snetnatorrbc
and other Diese of the Sexual Oro-an
and on the NEW REMEDIES employed
in the Dispensary, sent lo the aQicted
"ealed letter envelope, fiee of charge.
Two or three stamps for pottage wilt be.
Addrega, Dr. J. SEILLIN HOUGHTON,
Acting Snrgeon, Howard Association, No.
2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia Pa.
Bv order of the Director.
"GEO. FAIRCHJLO, See.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL. Prett.
Philadelphia, April 3. 1861 ly.
FOOMS in ihe Third Story ot me Ex-
Chatt-e Block, fenfranrn ihovs ik.
Book Store.') Bloomsburg-. Colombia conn.
Bloomsburg, Not. 23, 1859-ly.
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AND JUDGMENT NOTES.
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