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STAR OF THE NORTH
' VTedwsdaj Eornlng, January lit, 1862.
, .Tpodle should send his letters a little
earlier to ensure publication the same week.
, Wb wish all onr kind patrons "A Happy
New. Year," or.e of peace and prosperity
10 too all.
0. thc first page of the Stah will be seen
several common icatipns from our volun
teers. Wr would be very much obliged to some
of our patron who are in arrears if they
would br'mg os a few bushels of potatoes.
Thc Relief Board will meet at this place
- on Saturday next. Those whom it may
concern , will pleae take notice.
A rtw more C0'1 evenings and onr
tens can begin to fill their ice-houses.
The lee on Fisbingvreek is forming nicely.
Petkrsok's B"K Note DcTrcroR, dated
' Pec. 20th, has been received. It notes
down quite a lot or new counterfeits. It is
the safest money gnide published
Tbc Firm of Stohner & Fox, in this place,
hat been dissolved by mniual consent
Mr. Stohner remains in the business, and
kindly askes a continuance of their many
and liberal customers.
Judication of the weatheT are that we will
rooti have a fall of snow. The snow that
whitened our street a few days since has in
places nearly all disappeared. "The foun
dation is most excellent for pood sledding.
Our people are ready for it, let it come.
The County Commissioners held a meet
ing at their office the latter part of last week.
They were making arrangements for the
annual settlement for the rear 1861. Thev
also drew the Jurors for February Term of
, The Literary Union of Columbia and ad
joining counties met at this place on Satnr
lay last. We learn there was a tolerably
pood attendance. As to the object oi the
- meeting and what was effected we are not
.The Teachers' Institute of Colombia county
was in session last week at Caltawissa with
a pretty fair attendance of both Teachers
and Professors. The County Superinten
dent, Prof H. W. Gilbert, of the Greenwood
Ferninary, Prof J. A. Shank, of the Orange
ville Academy, and Prof. F. A. Allen, of
West Chester, were all present and partici
"pated in the exercises.
We are not following the pracice of some
.of onr cotemporaries this week, by not is
suing a paper. Some only issue half sheets,
while many not any. This issie of our pa
. per is not as fuM of late matter as other
weeks, on account of oor having hurried
it out. The Star has never missed a pub
lication since it started, thirteen years ago.
Thia woold be creditable to any newspa
Christmas was pretty generally celebra
ted in this place especially on Christmas
evening. The village, notwithstanding
the general observance of the day by our
citizens was remarkably quiet. One could
have heard a pea nut drop on the pavement
during the entire day, so peaceably was oor
town. From bar room and ceilir accounts
it was not so, after sundown. The price of
arttcles ritiied considerably, although flot to
th"e iret astonishment of certain individuals
. rrof. IF. D Walier, of the Normal Insti
tute at New Columbus has effected arrange
ments so as to take charge of the Oranse
Tille Academy on the commencement of
the next Jquarter Frof Walker is much
liked at New Colurnbns both as a teacher
ad a citizen. We presume Prof J. A. Shank
retires from the Orangeville Academy for a
new field of labor. He is a scholar and
very much of a gentleman. Success attend
Mm wherever be may locate.
We notice by the Republican of this place,
and like publications, a call for the meeting
of the 'Peoples' Stale Central Committee,"
at Harrisburg, on the 22d of January. Is
this Peoples' party the same Republican
party as "used to was V or is this to be a
meeting . of the Union no-patty party 1''
There is very little noie about this iremen
doos Union part that sprung np in this
last Fall I If the administration
Tiappens to do a good act one day, then
.you will bear and know them by the rame
cf "Republican," the next by 'Union," and
finally by "Peoples' paty!
Death or a Vomjktcer. We ar again
called npon to record the death of mother
Columbia county volunteer, Samuu. W.
Hess, of Benton, who was a member of
Company A., Fifty-second Penna. fcegi
rnent, stationed along the Potomac, the
corps arrived at this place oo Saturday evo.
in'" last, and was taken on to
interment, his former place of residence.
His disease, we tmderstano, was fever ol a.ied although in hard service. The ma
bilious form. lie was a yoong mar., just
in the prime of life, and a brother to John J.
Hess who joined the army from this place.
This is the sixth volunteer from Columbia
.cocnty whose death we have recorded since
the commencement of this rebellion.
Capt. McCltjbe and Lieutenants Wilson
and Sirawlridge, have euceeded in enlisting
resrly enough men to fill their company
to the required number. Some fifty o the
rccrniis coma from Columbia eonnty. At
-rrcsert the regiment to which thiscompany
Is Exacted, 1st Penna, Heavy Artillery,
-t a r.f-rnth. Is stationed at Camden, N.
' -, ' - " - -
J., tut tha cGcers expect soon to receive
crZ-:3 to tnova to Fortress Monroe, where
tba raiment is to be perraanertlj station
ed. Dami'Ie lrJt'ligencer. . .
A t-V r -anted Levi Schoch,near Freeburg,
d saicide by hanging hi ra
'f. II a wr.3 sbc
il twenty years cf age.
OOKS & STATIONERY.
tp . William G. Perry,
.Bookseller, Blank Bobk Man's factor er and
Dealer in Imported and American Station
ery, S. W. cor. Foorth and Race, Philada.
Diaries for 1862,
blank account books, fools cap
Paper, Letter, Note, Bill, Sermon and Draw,
ing Paper, Curtains and Wrappers, Envel
opes, Pencils, Slates, Backsammon Boards.
Chess, Gold Pens,. Photograph Albums,
Family Bibles, Hymns, Prayer Books,
American, English & French Inks, Pocket
Books, Writing Desks, &e. &e., all of which
are being sold at very low prices fot ca h.
Wm. G. Perry, S W. cor 4h & Race, Pbila.
Blank Bosks, for the 1st of Jan'y,
can be bought at low prices, in every vari
ety of style of binding, at Wm. G. Perry's
Account Book Manufactory, S. W. cor. 4ih
and Rice Streets, Philada.
Of my own Manufacture, supplied at very
low prices for cash. Wm. G. Perry, Blank
Book Manufacturer, S. W cor. Fourth and
Race sireeta. Philada.
A large assortment selling at very low
prices for cash. Wm. G. Perry,
S. W. cor Fourth & Race Stre'e's.
Buy Win. . Perry's
Steel Pens, the best and cheapest in the
tnarket. Wm. G. Perry, S'ationer,
S.W. corner Fourth & Race els
Selling st a bargain. Purchasers buying
Books, Stationery and Holiday Goods for
cash, can purchase much hpl
prices at b W cor. Fourth & Race.
Wm. G. Perrv.
Bookseller and Stationer
Of every description execii'eJ in the best
style. Persons having books in quantity
nat need binding, can have them bound
at the present time at very I iw rates. None
bat experienced workmen are employed
in my establishment. Wm. G. PERRY,
Book Hinder and Stationer,
S. W. cor. Founh & Race S-s, Philada
December 18, 1861 -4m.
WILCOX & OBESISS'
Price trith Hemmer and Feller,
THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SUPE
RIORirY PECULIARY ITS
Stitching, Hemming-, and FVing icith
a Single Thread.
It forms a neat, ever, and elastic seam,
which is warranted not to rip in wear, even
if the seam ts cut at frequent intervals, and
also under all circumstances "to survive the
A ratenta device ot sreat utility to
learners, prevents the possibility of the ma
chine being run :n the wrong direction, or
ine balance wheel wearina a lady's dress
. r . ....
Anotner leature wnicn deserves particu
lar attention isGSTHE WILCOX PATENT
NEEDLE CANNOT BE SET WRONG.
Two thousaru S'itches, or two yardsof
work, can be cone in one minute without
dropping a stitch.
These Machiae, so simple and accruate
in their construction, sapiT-e.le the use of
the shuttle; and with one thread proluci
al' Ihe practical result" of the two tnread
machine; ar.rt nmir, Tor t!iee fe'l without
bas'ipjr, and hem the finest rausliu fciihuut
Ahhongh b aboot half the price of the
o'her firM class machines, they will accom
plih double the sewing in a given time
"It is emphatically the good, low priced
Family Sewing Machine that the public
hav long been wailing for." Boston Tran
script. "It is indeed a wonderf il production, and
and for family ne especially, no other will
bear any comparison wih it." Pailadel
phia Evening Journal."
'A mechanical wonder.'-oScientiGc Amer
"Among th best and most serviceable
Sewing machine". Light and elegantly
finished, and so simple in its construction
that it seems almost impossible for it to get
oni of repair. "Pittsburg Chtonicle.
"Has combined with its own peculiar
merits all the really valuable improvements
of the higher priced machines." PenncyU
"This machine, in the opinion of the
commi'tee, fills more nearly the require
ment? of a perfect family machine than any
on exhibition.'' Franklin Institute Exhibi
tion Report of 1858.
"Tnking into consideration fimplicity,
cheapness, durability, and doing all ork,
the commit'ee were unanimous in favor ol
the Wilcox fcGibbs as a single thre?d ma
chine." Pennsylvania State Agricultural
"We most, in Jatice, express our confi
dence in the merits of the Wilcox & Gibbs
Sewing Machine. We consider that a great
desideratum has been supplied by it, in
proving, beyond coubt, that two threads are
not, as was supposed, necessary to a eood
instrument." Christian Advocate and Jour
nal, Jooe 21, 1860
"We have one of these machines in use,
ar.it think more highly ol it than of any ot
the number we have tried.''" Richmond
The undersigned, Missionary to Constan
tinople, has examined more than twenty
different kinds of Sewing Machines, and
after some six weeks' experience with
Wilcox & Gibbs' Patent, he has purchased
one of them as the best adapted to the
wants of his family, and a the least liable
to require repair. OLIVER CRANE,.
Boston, July 3, 1860.
The nndeisigned.during eighteen months
has had in almost constant use, in hisfam
ly, Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine, upon
which has been made the chihos cf his
large family from muslin to pilot cloth
including tbe clothing required for his sev-
, . J
nine now in nse in ois family nas required
o repair, ana is in an respects, well np-
Pinted, etncient and durable.
A JACOB CHI CKERING, Boston.
tiTSend tor a Circnlar.jr
f AJ1ES WIWOX, Rfanalactarer.
' v No. 508 Broadway, New York,
"Pt'e St. Nicholas Hotel.
Aahl 28. 1861. 1y.
&,aV Isaac W. ilusgrove, deceased.
THE -iior appointed by the Orphan's
Court oi t-i ..a Conn, lo make di8-
trtbunon ot L : ,La h,nw. i s-m.
Snd Aaron Musgrove, ad-
mm.strators u., eMtJa of j,aac W Mo8
grove, decease d m tfje on9
entitled to the sa, aCRnrd,n (( , e ,e.
and in tbe ptopo Rxei b ,aw wi
meet the PV,eVn,VieJf (of the purpose
of h.s appointment, XU,, fhs Ul&vday
of January A XX, K at 3 office ,
Bloomsburg; when a
.b."B ffe Sf d to - present
mem, rl fmm coming
in fcr a snare
or tne saia s
mtlM f! FRF''.
OY Virtue of a writ of Jlia$ Levaria Fana$
to me directed,is8oed outof the Coui t of
Common Pleas of the county of Colom ia,
Penn'a, will be exposed to public sale, at
the Court House, io Hloomsburg, on
TOnrsday the t)lb day bf Jamjar f,
1862, at one o'clock in the afternoon, the
following property to wit:
ALL THESE SIX CERTAIN TRACTS OF
LAND, situate in Beaver township, Cocnty
ol Columbia, ard State of Pennsylvania, one
of them called, 'BALBEC,' bounded and de
scribed aa follows, to wit: beginning at a josl
thence by land of Jas. McNeal, north, 12 de
grees wet, three hundred and forty pen hes
to a chestnut oak, thence by land of Vfm
Gray and Wm. S'eedman, south, seventy
eight degrees west, one hundred and seven
ty nine perches to a post, thence by land of
Jeremiah Jackson, south, twelve degrees
east, four hundred and ten parches to a
post; thence by land of Richard Book,
north seventy degrees east, seventy tbree
perches to a dogwood, north, twelve de
grees west, fifteen perches to a post; thnce
north seventy eight degrees east, eighty two
perches to a black oakj thence by an old
furvey, north, twelve degrees west, twenty
five perches to a hickory, and north, I lirty
two degrees east, thirty four perches t-i the
place of beginning, containing four hundred
and twelve acres and a half, and allow nice
of mt per cent, for roads, &c.
ANOTHER ot them called 'PALMVRA,
beginning at a post, thence by land of
Robert Gray, north, twelve degrees Mrest,
lour hundred and ten perches to a post,
ihence by land of Wm. Steedman, suth,
seventy eight degrees west, one hurdred
and sixty perches to a post; ihence by land
of John Brady, south, twelve degrees east,
four hundred and ten perches to a post, and
thence by land of John Wild and Rii hard
Brook, north, seventy eight degrees east,
one hundred and sixty six perches to the
place ot beginning, containing tour hundred
and one acres and a quarter, and allow ance
of six per cent, tor road, &.c.
ANOTHFR cf them called STONF. HALL,
beginning at a pot, thence by land of John
Brady, north, twelve degrees west, two hun
dred and sixty three perches to a post, thence
by land of Charles Hall, south seventy eight
degrees west, two hundred and seventy one
perches to a chestnut; thence by land of
Catharine Longenberger, south, sixteen de
greas and a quarter east, two hundre t and
seventy six perches to a stone, and thence
by land of Deborah Stewart and Thomas
Brooks north, seventy eight degrees east,
two hunJred and forty nine perches to place
beginning, containing four hundred and
thirty eight acres and a half, and allowance
of s'X percent for reads, &c, be the iama
more or less, on whicn is erected a stone
house, and about half an acre of u hi;h is
cleared land There is also a vein of Stone
Coal opened on this tract and a Large Coal
Knaker erected thereon.
' ANOTHER ol them called Farmers Dslight
beginning al a POM, thence by land of Wm.
Steedman, north, sixteen degrees and three
quarters west, three hundred and ten per
rh.es to a Spanih oak, thence by lnd of
William Webb, south, seventy four degrees
west, one hundred and sixty two perc.es to
black oak, thence by una ot 1 hema . ay
y r" I A I v. (3 1 1 iic:c9 - j ' y J- le
aivlann lrvraAa Aiwf t rat dr I i, nurnrtitii
a chestnut, thence by Isnd ot Cliap.. Hall,
south, eijfht degrees and a half, eat, three
hundred and sixty mx perches to a post,
thei ce by land ol John Br-idy, north, feven
ty eight degrees eatj one hundred & thirty
perches to an ash; north, twelve tlfgreeH
we', eiahty perches to a whne oak, and
north, seventy eiht degrees eact. sixty per
ches to the place of beginning, combining
tour nutuired and eighteen cres ami illow
arc of six twr rem for rod,
ANOTHER of them called TROY beginning
at a post, thence by land ot Jeremiah Jack
son, north, twelve degrees west, four hun
dred and ten perches to a post, thence by
and of W. P. Brady, south, seventy eight
dogrees west eighty perchus to a whit? oak,
sonth twelve degrees eas', eighty prrhs to
an ash, south seventy eight degrees west,
one hundred and thirty perches to r post,
ihence by l'd of John Reese, south fleven
degrees eaM, t.vo hundred and sixty three
perches to a pot, therce by laud of Thos.
Brook, north feventy eiht degrees east,
twenty perches to a chesnnt oak, south,
twelve cegress east, forty one perchn to a
Black oak, thence by the same and I ind ot
John Wild, north Feventy eight degrees east
one hundred and six perches to a black oak
and north, seventy etffht degrees east.
eighty perches to the place of begiming,
containing four hundred and twenu nine
acres and a quarter, and allowance of six
percent, far roads, kc.
And the other of them called "MAINE,"
beginning at a post, thence by land of Wm
brady, north, eight degrees and i hail
we-t, thiee hundred and sixty two prehes
o a chet-tnut tree, thence by land of Thos
Say and Jesse Budd, south seventy four de
grees west, one hundred and eighty 'eight
perches to a poft, thence by land of Thos
bellas, south, fifty five degrees east, eighty
nine perches to a chestnm oak, thence by
the same and land of John Longenrerser,
south, one hnndred and eighty eight perch
es to a chesmni oak, thence by land of the
said John Longenberger, south, seventy six
degrees and a quarter west, one hundred
and twenty four perches to a post, south.
sixteen degrees and a quarter east one hun
dred and tour perches io a chestnut tree
and ihence by land of John Reese, north
seventy eiaht degrees east, two hundred
and seventy one perches to place of beain-
ning, containing three hundred and eighty
one acres and three quarters and allowance
ot six per cent tor roads, &c, and also, all
that certain Rail Road with its several
branches extending from the mines of the
Columbia Coal and Iron Conrpany in the
said township of Beavor to the Cattawissa
Rail Road as the same has been surveyed,
located, laid out and constructed by and in
behalf of the McCauley Mountain Railroad
Company, and all the land, Stations Station
Houses, Depots, Shops, Brdges, embank
ments, chartered rights, privileges and fran
chises appertaining to liie said Railroad
and now vested in and belonging to the
said Columbia- Coal and Iron Company
wheresoever tiioa'.e, and all the chartered
and imports rights of the respective Com
panies consolidated in the Columbia Coal
and Iron Company with the appurtenances.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as ihe property of Jacob Loose, in the hands
of his administrator, Daniel B. Loose, with
notice terre tenant.
JOSIAH H. FURMAN,
Sheriff's Office, ) Sheriff.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 11, 1861. J
ICW GOODS ! !
For Fall and Winter,
JUST RECEIVED FRESH
AND FOR SALE AT
L. T. SHARPLES'
CHEAP CASH STORE,
Great inducements to cash Custo tiers.
Bloomsburj, Oct. 16.1861.'
Catharine Zuppinger begi leave
XTA 10 invite
tbe attention of the public
that she is now prepared toprodase any
idtb from three quarters 10 five quarters
nice and strong. She will endeavcrto suit
her customers. r-
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
TVOTICE is hereby giren that the co part
nership heretofore existing between the
late firm of Martz& Ent, at Light Street, is
this day, (Nov 25, 1561.) dissolved by mu-
umiociii oi me names, i tie oooks.
, remain in the hands of Peter Enl, one
or tne members of the firm, by whom all
claims against the said firm will be paid:
ar-d those indebted to the firm will please
call and make payment of the same.
" , PETER ENT.
Light Street, Nov. 271861. .
WEW BARBER SIlOl.
In Court House JWe$ opposite the Ex
THE undersigned would respectfully in
form the citizens of Bloomsburg and the
public generally, that he has opened a
Opposite the Court House and next door to
the office of the Columbia Demociat, w here
he is prepared to execute Shaving, Hair
Dressing and Shampooning, in the best of
manner, with despatchand to general sat
isfaction. GEORGE N. ADDISON.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 27, 1861.
THE undersigned will be in Bloomsburg
with FRESH OYSTERS,
Fvery Wednesday and Fit day,
Which he will sell at 31 cents per qnart ;
90 ceuts per Can ; and 45 cents per Half
Can. EM AN (TEL PETEKS.
November 13, 186l.-lm.
NEW ASSORTMENT of watch and
clock materials, of the r;ght quality,
received, which will be o fieted" in all cates
on good conditons.
Eloomsburg, April 95, 1861.
The Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a very few weekv by a very sim
ple remedy af'er having suffered several
years with a severe long affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to
make known to his iellow-sunerers the
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used, (free ol charge,)
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
The oniy object of the advertiser in sen.
iug the Prescription is to benefit the affl.c
ted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every
eufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will
Rev. EDWARD WILSON,
Willtambur?, Kings co., N. Y.
October 30, 1861, 3m.
Are pure vegetable extracts. They cure
all biliou disorders of the human system.
They regnUte and invigorate the liver and
kidtioys: they give tone to the d gestive
orpins; they rosniate tne secretions, ex
cretions and exhalations, eqnalize the cir
ctlation, and pnrify the blood. Thus, all
bilious complaints some of which are
Torpid I.twer, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Cr.i;U ana revers, cot-tivrnete or
Looseness are entirely controlled and
cured by these remedies.
Removes the morbid and bilions deposits
from the stomach and bowels, regulates ihe
liver and kidneys, removing every obstruc
tion, restores a natural and healihy action
iii the vital organs. It is a superior
Much better than Pills, and much easier to
DARLING'S LIFE BITTERS
a superior tonic anddiurtic ; excellent in
caes of los of appetite, flatulency, female
weakness, irregularities, pain in the side
and bowel, blind, protruding and bleeding
pile, and general debility.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY :
Jas. L. Crumley, merchant, 184 Fulton
street, New York, wrie, August 18, 1860:
"I have been afflicted with piles, accom
panied with bleeding, the last three years ;
And now consider myself entirely cured."
Hon. Jonn A. Crossi writes, ''Brooklyn,
March 15, 1860. In the spring ol 1859 1
took a severe cold, which induced a violent
fever. I took two doses of
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
It broke up my cold and fever at once.
Pievioos to this a tack, I had ben troubled
with dyspepsia several months ; 1 have felt
nothing of it since."
Otis Studlev, Esq., 128 East 28th Street,
N. Y., writes' "August 13, 1860 I had
a difficulty with Kidney Complaint three
years, with constant pain in the small cf my
back. I bad used most all kinds of medi
cine, but found no permanent relief until I
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
and lAfe Rifter.
I parsed clotted blood by the uretSra.
I am now entirely cured, and take pleasure I
in recommending these remedies.
Mrs. C.Tebow, 11 Cristopher Street, N.
Y., wriltes: "Feb. 20, I860. 1 have been
subject to attacks of Asthma the last twenty
years. I have never found anything equal
IO DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
in affording immediate relief. It is a thor
ough Liver and bilious remedy."
Mrs. Yonng, of Brooklyn, writes. "Feb.
28, 1860 In May last I had a severe at
tack of Piles, which confined me to the
house. I took one bottle of
Darling's Lire Rittcrs,
arfa was entirely cured. I have had no
D. Weetervelt, Esq., of South Pth, near
8th Street, Williamsbnrg, L. I., writes
"August 5, 1860 Having been troubled
with difficulty in the Liver, and subject to
bilious attacks, I was advised by a Iriend
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so, and fonnd it to operate admirably,
removing the bile and arousing the liver to
activity. I have also nsed i' as a
When our children are out of .torts, we
give them a few drops and it sets them all
right. I find it meeis the general wants of
the stomach and bowel when disrd jred."
Reader, if yorj need either or both of
the most excellent Remedies, inquire for
them at the stores; if you da not l5nd tbem
take no other, bat inclose One Dollar in a
letter, and on receipt of tbe money, the
Remedy or Remedies will be sent accord
ing to your directions, by mail or express,
post paid. Address,
UAN L g. DARLING,
- - Nassau St., New York.
Pol op in 50 -cent and Si .ibv.las eaefe."
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A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD!
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The Strongest Glue in the World.
The Cheapest Glue in Ihe World
The Most Durable Glue in the World.
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Is the tbe only article of the kiud ever
WILL WITIISTAND WATER.
Cl WILL MEND WOOD,
Save your broken Furniture,
ir WILL MEND LEATHER,
Mend your Harnes8,Straps, Belts, boms kc
IT WILL MEND GLASS,
Save the pieces of that expensive Cut Glass
IT WILL MEND IVORY,
Don't throw away that broken ivery Fan, it
is easily repaired.
IT WILL MEND CHINA,
Your broken China Cops and Saucers can
be made as good as new
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That piece knocked out of your Marble
Mantle can be put on as Mroti" as ever
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN,
No matter if that brok n Pitcher did no
cost but a shilling, a shilling saved is
a shilling earned.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER,
That costly Alabaster Vase is broken and
you can't match it, mend it. it will nev
er show when put toopiher.
IT WILL MEND BONK, COHAL. LAVA
AND IN FACT EVERY THING BUT
Any article Cemented with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE will not show here
it is mended
"Every Hcut-ekeeper thnuld have a snp.
ply of Johns & Croxley's Cement Glue."
New York Times.
"It is so i-onvenient to have in the
house." New YorkExmeti.
"It is ni wys ready ; this commends it
to every body." Udependen'.
"We have tried n, and rind it as useful
in our house as water." Wilkes Sprit of the
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
U10.00 per year saved in every family by
One Bottle of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Boitle.
Price 25 Cents per Bonle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bo:ile.
Price 25 Cents per Bonle.
Very Liberal Reduction to Whole
EFFor Sale by all Druggist, and Store
keepers eenerally throughout in r-onntry
JO lift As C2:osl,3;y,
78 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Liberty street. NEW YORK.
Important to Houe Owners.
Important to Builders.
Important to Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmer.
To all uKom this mny concern, and it concerns
JOHNS 4- "CKOSLEV'S
IMPROVED GUI J A P KUCHA.
The Ctiaei ar.J moM durable K-ixttii-ig
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New ami Old R5o' of
Al! kind, sieep or flat, an I to msjle
Roofs without removing th Shi l
THE COST IS ONLY AIOUT ONE-THIRD
TH AT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
This article has been ihoronly tested in
New York City and all part of the United
Slate, Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on Bnildin ot all
kinds, snch bs Factories. Foundri-s Churrh
es. Rail Road Depots, Cars, and on Public
Building generally, Government Buildings.
ate., by the principal Buildr, Architect
and others, dnrins the pai f-vir yiRr, ami
has proved to be iho CHEAPEST and
MOST DURA CLE ROOFING in ne ; it i
in every respect a fiire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
7A' is the ONLY material manuf xtured in
the United Slates which combines the very
desirable properties of Elasticity and Dura
bility, which are universally afknnwted 'el
to h- possessed by GUTTA PEKCHA and
Ao Heat is required in making appli
cation. The expense of applying it is triflmi. as an
ordinary Roof can be covered and fi i.
ished the some day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANY ONE,
end when finished form- a perfectly Fi'e
Proof siirfice with an elat c body, which
cannot be iijnred tv Heat, Col l or Storms.
Shrinking of Roof Boards, nor any extenml
a:li on ha'evar.
LIQUID CUTTA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Loa'ing Metals ol all Kinds when ex
posed to the action of Ihe Weather ad
For Preserving and Ppairinir Milal
Poofs of all Kinds,
This is the only Composition Known
which will successfully reit extreme
changes of climate, for any lenath of time.
when applied to rne'als, to which it adheres
firmly, iormin a body equal to three coats
of ordinary rain:, costs much le. and will
LAST J UK EE TIMES AS LONG ; and
from its elasticity is not injured by the ron-
traction of TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
consequent upon cudden changes of the
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Metal Rools can te
readily repaired with GUTTA PEKCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor
rosion an leaking, thereby ensuring a per-
tecily water tight Koot or rr.any years.
Tnis Cement is peculiarly adapted for the
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sates, Agricultural Implements, Kc ,
also for cenerai manufacturers ue
GUTTA PEROM CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs or every description, from its
great elasticity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion ol Metals, anc will
not crack in cold or run in varm weather.
These materials are Adapted to ail cli
mates, and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom any part of the country, at short
notice, for GUTTA PERCIlA ROOFING iu
rolls, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCH A CEMENT in barrels, wiih full
printed directions lor application
We will make literal and satisfactory arrange
ments tcith responsible pai ties who teould like to
establish themiclnes in a Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant proof of all we
claim in favor of our improved Roofing
Materials, have applied them to several
thousand Roofs in New York City and vi
cinity. JUHNS & CKOSLEY,
TFIiolesale TV arehouscJ8fFilliam St.,
Corner ot Liberty 'Street. NEW YORK.
foil descriptive Circulars and Prices will
iND COLUMBIA COnMTT
AT M1LLVILLE, PENN'A. .
Important Additions & Improvement?
A ntninn Term t o ommende August 12.
THIS Institution which has been in sur
cessful operation for tha past ten yean ,
is about undergoing a very important rer
ovation, in order to place it on a more Ma
ble basis than ever, and present facilities
whicn are not surpassed by ordinary Acad
emies in Northern Pennsj Ivania. Amon
the improvements will be a large threet
storied building which will give much ad
ditional room and gieater conveniences for
boarders; a commodious hall for a lecture
room and public exercises, convenient class
rooms, a library and reading room contain
ing a cabinei of minerals and curiosities,
bath rooms, ike An experienced and
thoroughly qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be at the head of the Board of
Instruction, but the Principal will have the
general superintendence of the institution
anl assume a share of the duties of leach
ins. Regular leetuje will be delivered
upon various scientific subjects, as well as
upon th theory and practice of teaching,
and a Normal Class of yoong 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 ihorouah and systematic, calculated
to embrace the various branches ol 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, ard for ihe study ol the latin
Greek, and German languages, to enable
student to qualify themselves fot commer
cial and scientific pursuits, or to enter any
class at collee.
Tbe ronnljy location of this Seminary in
a plegsant village. in a healthy and fiourii-h-iiia
neighborhood, well known for the ele
vated tone of its moral sentiment, and
where the "pupils are not surrounded by
those demoralizing influences, and lemp
lations found in our ci ies, larger towns and
many other localities, with no outside in
fluences to divert their attention from liter
ature and the work of mental culture, pre
sents attractions and inducements to con
siderate parents emuloos students, seldom
found surrounding large schools arj.d acad
emies. The Literary Society aUo, ore of the old
est and best conducted in this section of
coun:ry, proems an a tractive feature and
iif.e!nl auxiliary, to a practical education.
The improvements will re under the
immediate charse of an efficient Board ot
Trustees, appoinied by Ihe Seminary Com
pany, and will be completed in tune for
the Autumn term, to commence the 12h
of Annuel next.
While thankful for pat patronase we
wih to merit a continuance of similar fa
vors, and as we intend to incln-le a hiaher
grade and wider range of ins' ruction we
re-pectlully t-olicit a Careful examination
into our facilities and claims.
Bcardmsr, washing, tuition, Merits and
incidental expenses, for one quarter of
eleven weeks, will be Thiry Dolurs, one
half paaV'e in advance the o!hr half
and a!l tr.tt!oi lulls will be expected prompt
! at tie expiration ot each quarter.
Biari'inw, wi;h furt iioj rooms, one
ion in common Enli
. .t it
including Mathemqtics and Cook
Kping by Double Entry
Tut'ion in Latin, (ireek, and Gsrman
Washiii2, Liahts and incidental ex
pnes, one quarter,
Those who desir to procure scholarships
or attei:l by the year, wll be accommoda
ted at a reasonable discount, and Modems
wishing io secure rooms should make &ea
Fir iuriher particulars ad fre
WM. RURGF.SS, Princioal
GrorGv ?.Isters, J. K. Evf.s. )
Dr. A. P Hfllkr. Ellis Evks, Trustees.
Bvxjamin K. Evks, )
Millvill-, May 29. 1861.
CliEMNl'T SIR PET, ABOVE THIRD
IN the itnn eihaie neichborhood ol the Jo
I'ins; Houses on Market Third, and Chest
nut Strp !. Biriks, post Office, Mer
cftants' Exch.t;. &e., &c.
nilil PKR I4T $150.
Acrnmmoda'inii wt-en r-quiieij on ihe EU
ROPEAN PLAN; Room- from 50 cents
and upwards, perda,and meals at a First
Cuss Hr-U'RANT attached to the Hotbl.
Pric a'coriiina to ine Uill ol Fare.
Ihe i ny nrs t'ik I'x-srnscrs irom any
itlinii I o or :ine lo Ihe lintel,
i-" Eitglisi:, French, German and Spanish
July 17. iPfil.
FALL & wsiTi:n GOODS.
FFAS Just received from Philadelphia,
and is no ipeiin2 at the old stand
Utaly occupied by Martz nd Ent a splen
did assortment cf merchandize, which will
be sold cheap f or
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
His stock sons'tsis of LaJ e' Dress Goods,
cho'epst (itvies and la'est fashions.
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,
HARD-WA R E, Q E ENS. XV ARE,
l.EDAU WARE. HOLLOW-WAKE
IRON. NAILS AND SPIKES
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, &C. &C.
In ihort everything usually kent in a
The patronage of old friend, and the
public generally, is respectfully solicited.
The highe-t market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Dec. 18, 1861.
fY virtue of a writ of Levarta Facias lo
rr.e directed, is-ud out ot the Court of
Common Pieas of Columbia county, Penna.,
will be expn'd to public sale, at the Court
House in Boomsbure, on WEDNESDAY
THE 8th DAFOF JANUARY, 1862, at one
o'clock in the afternoon, the following prop
erty, to wit :
All those five town lo'.s in the town nf
Hubleville, in Beaver Valley, Columbia
county and State of Pennsylvania at ihf '
foot of the McCauley Mountain, said lots
being numbered in ihe survey or draft of
said town, as lot Nos. one, (wo, three, fpur
and five, lying contignons, situate on the
North Ea-t corner of sixth and McCauley
Streets,. and in Plot number one, the said
five lo;s fronting two hundred and fifty feet
on said McCauley s:re.st, and extending in
depth one hundred and twenty five feel.
Seized taken in execution and u be sofd
as the piopeity of Michael Graham and
Cyihsriue Graham. . .
JOSIAH! H. FURMAN.
LIFE PILLS & PHOENIX HITTERS
riiHESE MEDICINES, have now bees t
ore the public for a period of Thirty
Years, and during that time have maintained
a high chaiacterin almost every part of tbe
Globe, for their extraordinary and imme
diate power ol restoring perfect health to
persons snrTermsr nuder nearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame ia
The following are among the distressing
variety of human itisea-es in which the '
TECSF.T4I11.I-: LIFE JHEDICIXES
Aie well knovn i0 be infallible.
DYSPEPSI, by thoroughly cleansing
the first and second stomaches, and crea
ting a flow of pr.r, healthy bile, instead of
the Male and acrid kimt: Flatulenc, Loss
of Appetitellearsbum, Headache, R'"tleM
ness, II I-Temper. Anxiety, Languor, ahl
Melancholy, which are ihe general symi
toms of Dyspepsia, v ill vanish, as a nai
tnral consequence of is cure.
COSTIVENESS, by rleansiha Ihe whole
lengm oi ine intestines with a so'venv pro
cess, and w ithout v lolencp; all violent pur.
we I'uwjis coMive witnm io
days. ' '
FEVERS of nil kinds, by restoring tha
blood to a regular circulation, through the
process of Vespiralion in eticti cases, and
tne Ihorou2h solution of all inteninal ob
struction in others.
The Lite Medicines hav been known to
core RHEUMATISM permanently ir. three
weeks, and GOUT in ball that lime, by
removing local ii.flumatfon from the mus
cles and ligaments of theioints
DROPSIES of all kinds, by' freeing and
strengthing the kidneys and bladder; they
op-rate most delightfully on these impor
tant oraans. and hence have ever been
found a certain remedy for the worst cases
ANo WORMS, by dislodging from the
turnings of tbe bowels the limy matter to
which inpee rtpa'nrs adhere
SCURVY, ULCERS, and IN VETERA
SORES, bv ihe perfect pur it v wtiici
LIFE MEDICINES give to The b,
an ine numors. v js
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS andTv
- - . . , ... r i-icir alterative erk $
upon ihe fluids ihai feed the 8kin. and thiN
naio wi men occasions all emp
ire complaints, sallow, cloudy and other
The use of these PiU for a very short
nueri11 efTCt fcn Pn,ire CDre of SALT
KHLUM, and a striking improvement in
the clearness of the ekih. Common Colda
and Influenza will always be cured by one
dos, or by t wo i: ihe worst ra-es.
PILES The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cored of Piles, 35 years
standing by the UM5 of the Life Medicine
FEVER AND AGUE. For tfci- frorJr(r(l
of the VVestem country, these Met,cinen
will be found a safe, speedy and rertain
remedy. Other medicines leave the svn
tern subject lo a return of the disease a
TRY THr.M, be Satisfied and be C0pd
PF a'vtSS FoRVERS AND LIVERC0ir.
PLAINTS G-neral Debi'ity, Loss of ao
peti e, and Theses of Femal8ihe Med.
.c.nes have bcen nsed win'. ir.e moM ben
eficial results in casei of thi, description
King Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forma
j in ine mil i vet nowertnl
. i . i
MERCTTnta r nisr Arc n' . O
consu.ution, have become impaired by tail ,
i.jndiconsDseof Mereurv. will fin
Aled.cn-, , a rerfee. rur-.' as ,hey r,eef
tail to eradicate from Hip .i.i.m .ii -l.
a , . ii-irui, ail ins
efffcisof Me'curv. infinM-t.. 'T
mov, powerful preparations of Sarsaoa.
i repareU and sold by
W. B MOFFAT,
,, 335 Brotlwav. New VnrV
FOR SALB BY ALL DRUGGISTS
April 17, 186l-lr.
IMMH. UVtOCK, I'HOI'RiKiW'
tZuPpr'' LUZERNE COUATF, PENX
fRlHE Proprietor respectfully informa hi
friend and the public generally that I
ha, taken char2e of the Wyoming Hou i
the village of Wvomins. near ,he Ra"";
Depot of that place, and has fitted it out
as to entertain both transient and per
nent visitors in a suitable and comfoni
manner. His rooms are spacious anda
and not only calculated to add lo the c
nience and comfort of the iravelinco
nny, ru. aio 10 those who would
nljisant Anmrv,.. r- . . i . ...
ijic T-i ni n '-"ii un lamijies.
TABLE will be supplied with the best
the market car, afford ; and his BAR will be
furnished wnr, ,he pores, liqnors thai can
be obtained. The proprietor will give his
exclu,ve attention to the comfort and con
ven.e.ice ot his tnest-. and is determined
to make the WYOMING HOUSE ran k a
mon-r ihe fir! hotels in the Sine.
The Pror.etor hopes that from hi. exre.
r.ence in ihe business, and by unremitting
attention on his part, combined with
cious selection of the most careful and oblis"
me servants, he may be entitled to the fa.
vorable consideration of the public, anj re
reive a liberal share of their patronage
Please give h.m a call, and irjVe far
' r'pIgf- April gj J.859.
r SHERIFFS SALE.
Z viriue of a writ ol Levaria F'riat tl
me directed, issued out of the Court
of Common Pleas o' Columbia county,
Penna , will ba exposed to public sale at
the Court Hiu9, in BI-omsburT on FRF
DAY THE 10th DAY OF JANUARY, 1862
at one o'clock in the afternoon, the foltow
ine property to wit :
All thai one and a half story Hank dwel
ling Houe, si-uate in B-nton township, ia
the Cour ty atoresaid. on a lot of laid bound
ed on the We-l by lands of John Savaze
and on the Nor'h by Jands of Abraham
-i orjng.and on the South and East bv lands
or John McHenry, containing about Eleven
Acres of Ian J more or less, said dwlinr
nuurr tc" in uoni sixteen teet
depth fourteen feet, and the lot or
ground and curtilaga appurtenant
Seized taken io execution and to be sblj
as the property of S4mu-I Irr.on, in the
hands of hi administrators Samuel Annt..
and John Lemon.
aierui d UOice, I
Bloomsborz, Dec. 18, 1861. 1
Wvxv Arrival or
FALL ASD WINTER GOODS,
T NVll ES at entioii to his stock of cheap
A "and fashionable clothinz at his store on
Main Mreer, iwo doors above
ican House,' where he has a
mentor men ana ony wearing
includiusr 'he most fahionab!e
'hee remarkable Medicine. Night SweatiC
ervou- dehility, Nervous Complaints of ,
al! kind-,. Palpration of the Heart, Paiv
lers' Cntlf nra aaoA.. - J 8
Box, Sack, Frock, Gom, and Oil Cloth Coats
of all sr rts and sizes, Pants ot alt colors
shawls, stripes and fizore ve&ts, shirts cra
vats, blocks, collars, handkerchiefs, glovs . i
puspenders and fancy articles.' - ' "
N B Ilw4LaJ&a.inake-lo order any ar
ticle of clothing at very short notice and ia"
the best of mnnnr.,,AH. ni clothing is
made io wear, nd -no-t if 0 ' ':-v0nm' s
manufactt . -S
RJoorasbcr?, Nor. 207 IT'L ?! "
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