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oTi 11 OF THE NORTH!
Wednesday Slornicg, Febrcarj 2lb., liCI.
Valentine's Day. next Friday.
Thk jbekcc of the editor this week will
fee a sufficient excuse (of Any lack in ibis
number of the Stah, - , .
Col. L. L. Tate arid George S. Tutton
have placed us under reviewed obligations
tu them for documentary favors.
Monday morning last is said to have been
the coldest morning witnessed ibid-winter
in these parts. - - ,
George P Sandersoti was re-elected May
or of the City of Lancaster, on Tuesday last
by 84 majority.
. Coprt occupied the whole ol last week
in this place. Judge reck ham has made a
rather favorable impreisiou upon our peo
ple. Gcn. Camekon, with his family, left
Washington & day or two ago, for his resi
dence at Lochiel, near Harrisburg, taking
with them their houshold effects.
Pardoned. A colored man, Robert J.
Douglas sentenced to three years' impris
onment in Moyamensing prison, for perju
ry, hap been pardoned, alter serving one
half of the term.
. Somb of the Republican papers are down
on ''old AtV lor appointing; M. Stanton
Secretary of War. . They say the President
has inputted his party, and kicked over a
plank of the Chicago 4:atform.
A. B Tatb Esq, retiring editor of the
Berwick Gazette, will please accept our
thanks for those bottles of writting fluid and
box of Meel pens presented to ns a few
days ago. The ink is capitol, and the pens
write ranch better than the kind we were
THR6ret nnmbersol the Berwick Gazette,
under the new proprietorship made its ap
pearance last Saturday. Mr Sanders , has
the ability to make the Gazette a live news,
paper. The citizens oT Berwick and anr
ronndiug vicinity should give him a liberal
, We do most unfeinedly detest the bad
practice which the urchins of onr town
daily follow of throwing snow balls and
banging on sled.' and sleighs. VVe hope
they will abandon this disagreeable pass
time, sr.d engaw in something less danger
ons and more civil.
Marti C. Woodward has returned to his
home in this p!ac from rear Washington
city, where he was employed chopping
wood for ttie Government. He is collector
ofSrarfe and County Taxes of this Township,
and designs now to make his collections
without much ceremonie as the time is
near at hand whet, tuej taxes oiust he
A prNonerof war, named Tylor, from
Cincinnati, arrived by a flag of truce from
Richmond. He says Beauregard ha-,
left for Kentucky, taking will, him 15,000
rnen from Manase, and that Jeff. Davis
is to lake command at Manassas in per
son, after his inauguration on the 22d.
Objkrv ! Tin following pertinent sug
gestion MhotiKI be read by every one v. ho
neglecs to take a paper published in his
own town, or the one nearest his ptace of
4rei,,ne ,hpfe m Tith nl so dead,
uho never to himseJfhaih said:
I will my county paper take,
Both for my own and family's sake I
If inch there be lei him repent
.And fcave the Sta nnm him sent;
And if he'd pass a happy winter, '
Ho, in advance shonld pay the prin'er '
Tfrmble Occvrrrpck About 1 o'clock
on the morning Df ,,re 3d inst., a frame one
and a half tory bailding, near Beckscher-
ille, Schuv.'kili County, was destroyed by
fire, and eight persons, all that were in the
house at ibe time, perished in the flames
man and his wife, tour child-en,' :he
joongest being 12 jears old, a male boarder
and a servant girl.
A. W. Graham,' Sr., Eq., has retired from
the Westmoreland Republican having sold
the establishment to Messrs. G. W Bonnin
and J. F. Campbell. The former proprie
tor had been connected witb the paper
some years. The new firm makes a live
paper and evince considerable energy. It
is to be a sound Democratic paper.
Skwator Bmcrrf, of Indiana, has at last
been expelled from the body in which be
officiated. V e publish an article in aa
other column, npon the subject of expelling
thia raau Bright, which places this whole
matter in its true iigbt. One of our mem
bers, a Republican at that, roted against
the expelling. What will the Abolitionists
d nexi.QNot one word is said in the
Senate abont Harvey !
I.trt L. Tatb, of the House of Represen
tatives, from this District, has presented a
bill before that body to prevent dogs from
chasing deer in Columbia county. There
are not a great many deer in thi.- county,
and for the very reason, as soon as one
puts its hoof over the line some man's dog
cha?es it. We go in for the bill ; its right,
should be passed and become a law.
Therrwas large "Union Parly" at the
Exchange Ho el, in this place, on Monday
evening last, principally, so far as numbers
were concerned, from Danville. They had
a gay lime of it. . They enjoyed an excel
lent sapper. . After the good things were
disposed of, the dining and sitting rooms
were thrown into one, and all hands pitch
ed into the ''mazy dance," and continued
to circulate ihe "light fantastic toe" till the
'Vea srna' hocrsgrew larg again. " The
who!? passed off without an accident lt rear
thtpleAear au-.t e' pymeat of the par.tci-
the war news.
' Fcrt Kecry cn the Tennemc Rirer Csptarcd
j Cairo III., Feb. 7 Fort Henry, on the
( Tennessee river, surrendered je-terday af
ternoon a! 2 o'clock, after a determined re
si stance. -
The fighl lasted an hoar and twenty min
utes, being conducted by the gun-boa'.s Cin
cinnatti, Essex, and St. Lon'u.
The gun boat Cincinnati! fired 125 rounds
arid received 34 shots from the rebel gaud.
Only one man was killed.
The St. Louis fired 1 10 guns and receiv
ed no damage
The Essex was disabled at the tenth
ronnd, by a ball unking her boiler.-
Thirty-two of her crew were scalded to
Capt. Torter was bad'y but not dangerous
Two rebel Generals. 1 Colonel, 2 Captains
and 100 priva'es were taken prisoners.
The Fort mounted 17 guns
The land force did mt reach the scene of
action for two hours after the surrender.
A serious riot occurred in Richmond on
Tuesday night, which was soex ensive and
disastrous that it is feared the city will be
placed under rnsrtial law. During the ex
citement persons were beard cheering for
the Union !
Affairs nt Kannssas.
A letter from Manassas, dated January
22, in the Richmond Dispatch describes
the condition of affairs in the rebel camp at
Manassas: ''Rain, snow, sleet, mist, log,
mad, and the state of the weather generally,
have for the time being raouopo! ized con
versation, to the exclusion of that everlasting
topic, 'the advance and the expected battle.'
Since this memorably spell ot weather set
in the a ibject has been quietly laid aside
Atrip down to Centrarille last week was
quite an even, considering the state of the
road. The old tents, in some case dilapida
oed, mildewed, an J weather-beaten, which
have oo l tite storms and sunshines of the
summer campaign, have given place to
comfortable cabins, which have quite an
air of neatness and home comfort, with
their s'.ick and plaster chimneys, and their
one window of six and four lights, and their
new plank door. In some cases the ends
ohhe logs are sawed ofT, and the little vil
lages look quite habitable nntil yon cast a
glance down at the pavement. To supply
the windows of courseevery deserted house
between Centreville and the out side of the
lines hal to furnish its quota. In this con
nexion an anecdote is related of an old lady
who took her knitting and went off to spend
the afternoon wiih a frien d. Great was her
consternation upon returning to find her
honse minus the windows. As no smoke
was comi.ig from the chimney it was
drawn oj:on as deserted property."
The following smart bnt shameful 4'sellM
was not long ago got off through the papers
emanating from the '"Hub of the Uni
"A great bargain. To whom mny enclo
?l; 1 will tend by mail pf.st paid, a finely
cut engraved portrait of Georae Washington,
the Father of his Country, tozeihr with an
elegant portrait of Benjamin Franklin eith
er seperaiely, at four shillings. Address
H. C. Bus-on,"
A gentleman noticing the above adver
tisement in a city paper, sent his dollar, and
obtained in return a threa cent and one cent
postage stamp, ornamented with ''finely
cut engraved1' heads ! "
Major Gr.s. McClkila The Wahin?
ton Star says tha General, McCiellan has
entirely recovered hi health is proved by !
the tact that he was out and atout on foot
all Tuesday, exposed to the daj's heavy
rain and sleei, without even the protection
of an umbrella. ,
A Rkcent proposition in our Legiflature
I to investigate the army frauds was opposed ;
by the republicans with considerable earn- '
estness. No wonder ! They claimed that the ,
Governor had appointed such a committee '
last winter. But there was a suspicion that
the Governor's committee might have over
looked what partained to himself.
When Jemima went to Fchool she was
asked why the noun bachelor, was singu
lar. ''Because,'' she replied, " it is very
singular they don't get married."
REVIEW OF THE 31 ARK LIT,
CAREfCLLT CORRECTED WEEKLY
DR'D APPLES, 1 00
FI)UR pr. bbl. 6 00
(Late White SwanI
Race Street, above 3d Philadelphia.
2 V. JiOADES, Proprietor! .
Terms, $1.25 per clay.
TO the old customers of this well-known
House, I desire to say, that I have
renovated, improved and newly famished
ihe sa.ne, aud that J respectfully solicit
a continuance of their patronage.
S'rangers, travelers and visitors, !" cor
dially invite to the hospitality of the "Na
lional" to come and see and judge lor
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I he location is central, and convenient
for Merchants and busmes men generally
We will always endeavor lo study ihe
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oar. long experience coupled with onr at
tentive and obliging assistants, we feel
prepared to keep a good Hotel, and hope
to give general satisfaction.
T. V. ROADES.
PhiIad.,Jan. 1st, 1862.
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TH E CON FESSIONS and EXPERIENCE
of a SUFFERER, Published as a warn
ing;, and lor the especial benefit of Young
Men and thos- who suffer -with Nervous
Debility, Loss of Memory, Prerotlure D
cay, &c, &c, &c, by out Who has cured
himself by simple means, afer being put
to great expense and inconvenience,
through the nse of worthless medicines
prescribed by learned Doctors.
Sinsle copies may be had of the anthor,
C.A.LAMBERT, Esq., Greenpoint, Long
Island, by enclosing a pos'-paid addressed
envelope. Address CHARLES A. LAM
BERT, Esq , Greenpoint, Long Island,
January 15, 1862 2m.
Notice of a Justice of the Peace.
Y V the few subscriptions remaining unpaid
-lo 'he fund of the "Iron Guards" are not
settled on or before the first day of Februa
ry I fern instructed to commence suit, and
costs must follow in each individual rase.
J. M Chemberlin, J. P.
BLANKS! BLANKS! BLANKS II
of proper & desirableforms,fo-8al3 at the
ofic ofthe "tar ofthe NortH "
pOHSaLE.-l'wo Patent Lever (1 hirieeu
-- JeweM Watches, will be sold cheap
for cash. They are in good condition. For
further particular, inqaire at the St a Or-rica-
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Kloomsburg, Jan. 29, 1S62.
NORMAL S C HO O L
Oiangr.tiit, Columbia County, Pennsylvahiu.
finUE Third Term ot the present Acnrtem--
ie year of Ihe Orangeville Male and
Female Academy, will commence on Tues
day. February 4th. 1862 ; -
Prof. 11. D. H AMi,.;K, A. M , Principal,
In ihe arranemenl of Clares, the course
of t-tudy and lnsmiciiou. and the examina
tion and pra(uation f pupil, in lhi de
partment wdl conform 10 the Slate Normal
NshooU of Pennsylvania and lo the views
o'f the Slate Depanm-nt ot Pobiic School.
Ihe In-iiiuiioti will be under the charge
of Prol. H. I). Walker, A. M., a Principal,
who a- a Sctiolar,a Teacher anil a L-ciurer.
is too widel) k no ami to need any recom
fneinlalion. The Trustee- have 6par-l
iiiher pui8 nor expense to secure ihe
service ol a man in whone intenriiy sr.d
ability the-, have entire confidence; and
they are determined thai the ohool in the
advantage which it proffers lo ihe public
-hall not be surpassed ny any similar in.
dilution in the Niate. Arransement have
.lo been made to connem with ih Infii
tution a COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE In
which ihe course of In-trtinimi will be a
complete and thorough a in lh- best Com
mercial Coilejje-J. S udttitl, also who are
dttsirou. ot pursuing Clrfiical or telci
istudiei will have, as in Hie S;aie Normal
Schools, the needed Ucililies and instruc
tion. The preparatory and model schools, un
der the direel etiarge of the Principal, will
comprise pupils whose ae or attainment
do not qualiiy them to pursue ihe studies
of ihe regular cla-e.. In this department
there will be furnished to ihe teacher u
dents wto are qnaiififd for it, un op
poriuuity 1or practice in the Art ol Teach
ing, and for learning ho,v to oraniz.
arrange, and instruct a school, in such a
manner that urrder their direction our pub
lic fhll become trolly model Schools . Lec
tures on the Tneory and Practioof Teach
ing will be given lo the Teacher students
weeklv. Public Lectures will also be given
53 52 CP CE m S3 CB S3
Tuition, per Sfion. of eleven weeks :
For the first grade 4 00; Second grad
S5.00; Third gra'le S6 00 ; Commercial
Department 15, full course.
One half ihe Tuition is required to be
paid at the opening of eHch Session and
the other half at the close; unless by
agreement ; no deduction made for ab
sence except inca-es of continued illne-.
Boarding and furnished rooms will be
given Siudents at two dollar per week.
The'e are alo ronmi to lei for those who
wih to board themselves.
All ihe texi books ued in th Institution
can be had in the place at the usual telling
CeFor further particulars addr the
E. Lazarus, James Patterson,
C. Binenbender, Wesley Bowman,
J. S. Woods, Sjmnel Achenbuch,
William Fri'z, " Board of Trustees.
Oranaeville, Jan. 15, 1862.
THE GREAT CAUSE OF
ii i) n a V n i!s a: u y .
Just Published, in a Sealed Enveloped.
Price 6 eutt : .
wrrr. A LECPUliE HY DR. CULVER
ZUWKU , ON THE CAUSE AND
ZlZS&jT CURE, of Spermatorrhea, Con-sumi-tion,
Mental and Physical Debiiity,
Nervonsns, Epilepsy; I m pared Nutri ons
of Ihe Ho ly: Laseitude; Weakness of the
Limbs and the back; Indisposition and In
capaci'y for Mudy and Labor: Dullness of
Apprehension; Loss of Memory; Aversion
to Society: Love of Silitud; Timidity,
Self-Disirust; Dizziness; Headache; Affec
tions rf the Eyes; I'imples on the Face,
In voluntary Emissions, and sevual Incapa
cii) ; the cont-equences ot Y'ooihlul Lidis
creiior., &c, &c.
rZ" I his admirable Iectnrecleirly proves
thai vhe above ennmeratwd, ofien self af
flicted, evils may be removed withthts
medicine and without dangerous su rical
operations, and should be read by every
joiith ar:d every man in the land.
Sent niiiler seal, to any address, in a plain
sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents,
or two postage s'amp, by addressing
DR. CHAS. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowery, N. Y. Post Office box 4586.
January 29, 1862-ly.
r aiTdYsox house,
(OF JERSEY TOWN, PA )
fpHE subscriber would respectfully ap
prise his friends and the public gener
ally, thai he has established the
iii Jerseytown, Columbia county. Pa. The
above house lias lately been refitted ami
undergone a thorough repairing by the pro
prietor. He is fully prepared to entertain
ihe travelling custom as well a the local
wiih general satislaction, His TABLE and
BAR, are well supplied and will re c.ireftiU
ly PuperifMemied. And his STABLE is am
ply and well slot ked. in charge of careful
grooms, will al'vats be properly attended.
VS He invites a share of the pub!iccu
torn, and pledaes his best efforts, to help
his guests feel at home.
SAMUEL RIM BY.
Jersey-town. Jan 8, 1862.
si;Lfn(; off at cost.
A FEW COATS, Pants and Vests, Shawls
Boys' boots, &c, will be sold off at cost,
by L.T. SHARPLESS.
J"oi withstanding the enormous prices
which Cotton Goods. G.oceries, &c, de
mand, I am determined lo $how thn supe
riority of (he CASH AND READY PAY
SYSTEM, bj selling good at lower profits
than ever before.
JUST RECEIVED-nA lot of Hcop Skirts,
with ihe famous Enreka attachment, ihe
utility of which will be read ly seen upon
A LOT OF CALICO ES.neat styles, which
will be sold at prices varying from 10 to
LADIES' M0J0CCO HEELED SHOES
ALSO, the Balmoral Skirts, a conveni
ence which evry iady should possess.
GROCERIES will be sold at the lowest
profits, with ail o.her goods, at
L. T. SHARPLESS,
Cheap Cash Siore.
Bloomsborg, Jan- 15, 1862.
A SUPERIOR COTTON FOk QUILTING.
&c: for sale cheap at the Cheap Cash Store
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloorasbnre, October 30, 1861.
CEVERAL desirable Bnilding Lots in
Bloomsburs, ioi aie. inquire oi
Jo.De 20, 1860-lf.- W.WIRT.
SOMETHING F0U TIIE TIMES
A NECESSI TY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD!
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
AMERICAN I EMENT GLUE
Ti e Strongest Glue in the World.
The Cheapest Glue in the World.
The Most Durable Glue in the World.
The Only Reliable Glue in the World.
The Besi Glue in the World.
AMERICAN CEMENT CLUE
li the the only article of ihe kind ever
WILL H ITUSTAND WATER.
11 WILL MEND WOOD,
Save your broken Furniture.
IT WILL MEND LEATHER,
Mend your Harness, Siraps. Bells, boots &c.
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 Cups ami Saucers ran
be made as good as r.ew.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That piece knocked out of your M.irble
Mantle can be put on a strong as ever.
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN,
No matter it that brok n Piic.ber did no
cosi bui a shillina, a shilling saved is
a shillinu earned.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER,
That costly A lanastr Vase is broken and
you can'i matoti ii, me no it. it w ill nev
er show when pin iol'M iVer.
IT WILL MEND BONE, CORAL LAVA
AND IN FACT EVERY THING UUP
Any article Cemented 'with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE will ni show here
it is mended
OS sstt tr si a S3
"Every Hem-ekecpei shouhl r.ave a snp
ply ol John- & Croslev's Cement Glue."
New York Time.
"It is so convenient to have in Ihe
honse." New York Exm cn.
'It is al ways read) ; this commends ii
to every body.' Indcpenden'.
"We have Iried it, and find it as uefnl
in our house as water." ff'iics' Sprit ofthe
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
S10;C0 per year saved in every family by
One Botile of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 25 Cents per Boule.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Centb per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bonle.
Prtce 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Ueductiou to Whole
T E R MS CASH.
CP For Sale by all Druaaists, and Store
keepers generally ihroiiahini the country.
JOHiV fc CISOSLI2Y,
78 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Liberty street. NEW YORK.
Important to House Owners.
Important to Builders.
Important lo Rail Road Con.panies.
Iirportani to Farmers.
To all whom this mty concern, and it concerns
JOHNS 4- "t KOSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUIIA PERTH A.
The Cheapest and most durable Ruotiu.g
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New and Old Rofs of
AH kinds, s eep or flat, an lo Shingle
Raofs ithniM removing the Shiro'ea.
THE COST IS ONLY A KOUT ONE-THIRD
TH VT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
Thi article has been thorongly tested in
New York City and all parts of the Uniled
States, . Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on Building ol all
kinds, such as Factories, FouridriesCburch
es. Rail Road Depots, Cars, and on Public
Buildings generally, Government Buildings,
&c., by the principal Builders, Architect
and others, during the past four years, and
has proved to be the C HEAT EST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use; it is
in every respect a fiire, water, we iiher and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
7A is the ONLY material mannfictured in
the U iiited States which cmbines the very
desirable properties of Elasticity und Dura
bility, which are univer-ally acknowledged
tn be possessed by GUTTA PLRCIlA and
iYo Heat is required in making appli
cation. The expense of applying il is trifLnir. a-"an
ordinary Roof can be covered an 1 fi i.
ished the tome day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANYONE,
und whe;i finisheJ lorms a pnferty Fi'e
Proof surf ice with an elasi c hody. which
cannot be injure.! t Heat, Cold or Stnrms,
Stirinkiiig of Roof Boards, nor any extern-d
a-ition wha evt-r.
LK1UID GUTTA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Cos in:: Metals ot ad Kinds when ex
posed to the action of the Weather aid
for Preserving ami Itipairiig Mrlal
Iioofj of all Kinds,
This is ihe only Composition Known
which will successfully resist extreme
changes of climates, for any length ot lime,
when applied lo me'als, to which it adheres
firmly, terming a bodv equal to three coats
ofnrdhisrv i-am:, co-t much Ic-s and will
LAS P THREE TIMES AS LONtJ ; and
Iron! its elasticity is not injured by ttie con
traction ot TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
consequent upon sudden changes of the
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM W EA 1 HER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can te
read.lv repaired wiih GUTTA PERCH A
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor-
rosion and leakin2, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water tight Roof for many years.
Ttlis Cement is peculiarly adapted fr ihe
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sates, Agricultural Implements, kc ,
also lor general manutacturers u-e
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and oiher
Metal Roots or every description, Irom its
great elasiicily, is nol injured by the con
traction and expansion ol Petals, anc will
not crack in cold or run in warm weather.
These materials are adapted lo all cli
mates," and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom any part of the country, at short
notice, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
rolls, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, with full
printed directions tor application.
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrangt
mertXs with repmsiiile p'ti ties who would Uke lo
establish them seines in a Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
Vh can give abundant proof of all we
claim in favor of our improved Roofing
Materials, have appiied them to several
thousand Roofs in New York City and vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
inwlesalt Warehouse 78 tniliam St.,
Comer ol Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be famished on application.
October 16,1861. Hy.
AND COLCMEU COUMTtr
A T MILLVILLE, PENN'A.
In portant Additions & Improvement?
Autnmn Term to oni mr.ce august 1? '
nHJS Institution which has been in stir
-- ressful operation for the pai ten yearf ,
is about Undergoing a very important rer
ovation, in order to place it on a more sta
ble basis than ever, and present facilities
whic.n are nol surpassed by ordinary Acad
emtes in Northern Pennsylvania. Amnri"
the improvements wif) be a large ihree
storied building which will give much ad
ditional room and greater conveniences for
boaiders; a commodious hall for a lecture
room und public exercises, convenient class
rooms, a library ami reading room contain
in a cabinet of minerals and furiosities,
bath room, experienced and
thoroughly qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be at die head of the Board of
Instruction, but the Principal will have the
general sliperintender.ee of the institution
an.1 assume a share of the duties of teach
ing. Rennlar ierluJes be delivered
upon various sciemirn; subjects, as well as
upon ihe theory and practice ol leaching,
and a Normal Class of young men and
women who wish lo qualify themselves ior
teachers' profession, will leceive e.-pecial
attention and assistance.
The course of Instruction in the school
will be thorough and systematic, calculated
to embrnce ihe various branches ol a prac
tical education. Ample provision will be
made for the study of the higher Mathe
matics, the elucidation of Ptiysics, and the
Natural Sciences, by means of suitable ap
paratus, ar.d for the study of the latin,
Greek, and German languages, to enable
students to qualify themselves for commer
cial and scientific pursuits, or to enter any
class al college.
The connfjy location of this Sminary in
a plcssant village, in a healthy and flourish
ing neighborhood, well known for ihe ele
vated tone of its moral sentiment, and
where ihe pupils are not surrounded by
those demoralizing influences, and temp
tations found in our cities, larger towns and
many other localities, with no outside in
fluences 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
four.d surrounding large schools and acad
emies. The Literary Society al-o, ore ofthe old
est and best conducted in this section of
coun'ry, presents an attractive feature and
useful auxiliary, to a practical education.
The improvements will r.e under ihe
immediate chSre of an efficient Board ol
Truslees, appointed by the Seminary Com
pany, and will be completed in time for
the Autumn term, to commence the 12th
of Aiiii8t next.
While thankful for pal patrona2e we
wish to merit a continuance of similar fa
vors, and as ve intend lo include a higher
grade and wider range of iris. rueion, we
respectfully solicil a careful examination
into our facilities and claims.
Bcardmg, washiii", tuition, lights and
incidental expenses, for one quarter of
eleven weeks, will be Thir y Dobars, one
half payable in advance the other half
ami all tuition bills will be expected prompt
ly a' tne expiration ot each quarter.
Boarding, with furnished rooms, one
quarter 822, On
Tuition in common English branhces 5,00
t( it it
including Mathematics and Book-
Keeping by Double Entry 6;00
Tuition in Latin, Greek, and German
extra 1 00
Washing, Li2ht and incidental ex
pemes, one quarter, 3,00
Tho-e who desire to procure scholarships
or attend by the year, will be accommoda
ted at a reasonable discount, and students
wi-hing to secure rooms diou!d make sea-
For lurther particulars addr
W.l. BURGESS, Princioal
G v.okGF MsTrn, J. K. Evks. )
Dr. A. P H gllf.h. Elm Eves, Truslees.
Benjamin K. Eves,
Millviile, May 29. 1S61.
ST. T.OIIf S II O B Eli,
CHESTMT STREET, AR0YE THIRD
IN the imtr.ediate neighborhood of the Job
bin" Houses-on Market Third, and CheM
init Streets, the Bnks, Po-i Office, Mer
chants' Exchange. &C, &C
HO iltl n:u DAY $1 ro.
Accnminndaiioii when requneil on ttie EU
ROPEAN PLAN; Rooms from 50 cents
and upward. perdv,and meals at a First
Class Rk-tubant attached to the Hotel.
Price according lo the Bdl of Far.
I lie i My ( Hti ik Pns-piiseis from any
tiiinn 'I n ir ;ioe iu ihe Hotel.
Ci' English, French, German and Spanish
July 17. lfGl.
FAMi & ivirvTi:u GOODS.
AS Just received from Philadelphia,
and is now opening a the old stand
I.italy occupied by Martz and Etit a splen
did ass rtment ot merchandize, winch will
be sold cheap for
CASH OR CCUXTRY PRODUCE.
Hi suck sonsisis of LaJ.es' Dress Goods,
choicest st!es and latest fashions.
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,
II A R D-vV A RE, QEENS- W A R E,
CEDAR WARE. HOLLOW-WARE,
IRON NAILS AND SPIKES
BOO IS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, &C. &C.
In short everything usually kepi in a
The patronage -of old friend, and the
public generally, is respectfully solicited.
The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Dec. 18, 1861.
The Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a very few week by a very sim
ple remedy alter having suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and rhai
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used, (free ol charge,)
with Ihe directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sura cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
The omy object of the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is o benefit the affl.c
ted, and spread information which he con
ceives lo be invaluable, and he hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parlies ' wishing the ascription will
Rev. EDWARD WILSON,
Williamsbory, Kings co., N. Y.
October 30, 1861, 3to.
Are pure vegetable extracts. They enra
all biliou- disorders of the human system.
They regulate and invigorate the fiver and
kidneys: iliey give tone to Ihe d gestive
organs; tbey regulate the secretions, ex
ereliohsand exhalations, equalize the fcir-.
citation, and purify ihe blood.. Thus, all
hilious complaints somf of which are
Torpid Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia,.
Piles, Chills and Fevers, Costiveuets or
Looseners aro entirely controlled and
cured by Uieoe remedies.
LIVER HI (!IJLTOR
Remove's ihe n orl id und bilions deposit"
from ihe stornnch and tow els, regnlaie the
liver ai.d kidneys, ren ovit.g every Obstruc
tion, restores a natural and healthy action
in ihe vital organs Ii is a snpferior
Much belter than Pills, and mbch easier tb
lake. . ,
DARLING'S LIFE. BITTERS
Is a superior tor.ic anddiunic ; excellent in
cases of loss of appetite, flatulency, female
weakness, irregnlaiiiies, pain in the side
and bowels, blind, protruding and bleeding
pile, and general debilitv.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY :
Jas. L. Criimhy, merchant, 181 Fulton
street, New York, wri'e, August 18, 1860 :
"I have been hfHic't-d with piles, accom- ,
panted with' bleeding, ;he last three years ;
And now consider mysell eutirelv cureil."
Hon. Jonn A. Cross writes, ''Brooklyn-,
March 15, 1860. In the spring ol 1859 I
took a severe cold, which induced a violeul
fever.. I took two doses ol
DAL LING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
Ii broke up my c ld am! laver at once
Pievious to this a tack, I had been troubled
with dyspepsia several months; I have lei .
no'hing ot it since."
Otis S udley, E-q., 128 East 28th Street;
N. Y, writes "August 3, 1860 I had
a ddliciilty with Kidney Complaint three
y ears, wiih Yorstam pain in the small cf my
tack. I nad used most all kinds of medi
ones, but found no permanent relief until I
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
and liife Hitters.
I passe. clo'td blood by ihe uret' ra.
I am now entirely cured, and take pleasure.'
in recommending these remedies."
Mr. C. Tebow, 11 Cristophr Street, N.
Y., writtes : "Feb. 20, i860. I have been
subject to attacks of Asthma ihe last twenty
year. I nave never found anything etttial
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
in affording immediate relief. It is a thor
ough Liver and biliou remedy."
Mrs Young, of Brooklyn, writes. "Feb. .
2 1860 In May last I had a severe at
tack of Pile, which confined me lo the
honse. I took one bottle ot
Ir.-irliiis'w iAfc Slitters?,
and was entirely cured. 1 have had no
D Wesiervelt, E-q., of South 'h, neaf
8lh Street, Williamsburg,. L I., writes-
' Auuus; 5, ibfO Having been troubled
with difficulty in i lie Liver, and subject to
bilious attacks, I wa advised by a triend
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so. and frond il to operate admirably,
removing ihe. bile and arousing the liver lo
aclivitv. I have al.-o ned i a a
When onr children are out of sors, wH
give them a letv drops and it sets them all
right. I find i! mee:s the general wants of
the stomach ami bowels when disordered."
Reader, if yon need either or both of
the most excellent Remedies, inquire fof
them at ihe stores; if you d" noi find them
take no other, bu t ir ciose One Dollar in a
letter, and on receipt of ihe money, the
Remedy or Remedies will be sent accord
ing to youi directions, by mail or pre8,
potl paid. Address.
DAX'L S. DASLIXG,
102 Nassau St.. New York.
Put up in 50 cent and 51 Bottles each.
November fi, 186l.-6m.
irv Arrival ol
FALL AND WIXTER GOODS,
INVITES at eulion to his siih-k ot cheap
and fashionable clothing at his store on
Mam Street, two doors above the 'Amer
ican House,' where he ha a full assort
meni of men and toy?s wearing apparel,
iucludiug 'he mot fashionable
i ii i: s s (;o o os,
Box, Sack. Frock, Gum, and Oil Cloth Coat
of all si rt.s and sizes, Pants ol ail colors
shawls, stripes and figure vests, shirts, cra
vats, stock, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves,
suspenders and fancy article.
N B He will also make to order any ar
ticle ot clothing at very short notice and in
the best of manner. All his clothing is
made lo.wear, and most of it is of home
Bloomsbnrg, Sept. 25, 1861.
Estate of Christopher Heller, tale Mifflin
township, Col co., deceased.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Ctiristopher Helier, late of M.fHin twp.,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted by ihe Register of Columbia roun
Iv, to Samuel Heiler, residing in Hollen
back township. Luzerne county. All per
sons indebted to said e.-iale are requested
lo call and make immediate payment, and
those havi;ig claims or demands will pre
sent them prcpei ly authe Plicated for sellle
nienl to me nr.derNigned.
SAMUEL HELLER, Exeatiot.
January 8, 1S62 6i.
PrRLIC X0TICE FOR LUEXSES.
ryOTlCEis hereby given that the follow-
ii'g persons in Columbia county, have
filed their petitions ir. the Court ot Quarter
Sessions, pf the said comity, f"T ItsVCia
License, in their respeciive townships
which said petelions will be presented lo
the said Court, on Monday, tb- 4th day of
February, A. D. 1862, of which all persons
interested will take notice, and the License
will be granted oa Wednesday the 5th day
of February uext, at 2 o'clock p. ra.
E. & A. P. Unangst, Tavern, Fishingereek.
Jacob M. Fry, do. Greenwood.
John Lesson, ' do. Greenwood.
- JACOB KYERLY,
B'oomsborg, Jan. 15, 1862. .
DISSOLXTIOX OF PARTNERSHIP.
f HE co-partnership heretofore existing
between ihe firm of Stohnkw & Fox,
proprietors of the Bikery and Confection
rv Es'ablishmeni a: this place, is this day,
the 28th of December, 1861, dissolved by
mumal consent. The business will btf
rortiuued by the seiiiur member of the firm
by whom k.11 claim aga'mst the firm will
be paid, and those indebted to the firm wilt
please come forward aud -tl the same.
FRED. FOX. . .
Bloomsfaurg, Jan. 1st 1862.