Newspaper Page Text
STAR OF THE NORTH
Wrdarsdaj SorniP?, Febrcar) 19123, 1SS3.
Sat trr Fcrmaii took three prisoner to
the Penitentiary one day last week; two
far &rc&ny and one for bigamy.
Wr Bprgv.ss' advertisement came too
late for this week's Star. It will appear In
The telegraph announced at this place on
Tuesday that Geo. Price's rebel army in
Missouri was captured by the Federal For
es. The news looks plausible.
Lictssics were granted at the February
Term to John Leggot of Greenwood, Jacob
II. Fry of Greenwood, and K. & A. Ucangst
of Fisbingcreek, to keep public hoase.
. it "
1 Prrtu Applkma", a weal by and valuable
chizen, of Hemlock township, this county,
ired at his residence on Wednesday even
ing last. Hi remains were interred in the
Episcopal burial grounds at this place. The
toneral was largely attended.
Tue annual meeting of the Colombia
County Teachers' Association will be held
in the Court House: at this place, on Satur
day next. A general torn-out of the teach
era and those friendly to the cause of edn
cation, is anticipated. .
Rests remain high in this place. It is
blessing that they are not higher. The
War tar does not take effect this year;
there being a sufficient amount remaining
in the Treasury of the three millions loan to
meet the quota of thi Sta'e the pree nt year.
Marti Smith, a private in Capt. Silver's
Company from this county, died in the hos
pital, at Washington city, on the 8th inst.
His bod v was brought to Beach Haven, his
home, and bnired with the honors of war,
by taa Berwick Home Guards, on Wednes
day morning last. Age about 44 years.
Thk administration has released the po
litical prisoners from the Forts and prisons
where they have been confined, and many
of them without a just causa. The Execu
tive must be getting ashamed of this inr
prisoning men for no other cause than be
cause they differ with him in some of his
modes of puttingdown this rebellion. Ver
ily, the reign of terrorism subsiding.
The- 'KipsAfir. This is the title cf a
spirited little sheet published by the '93d''
P. V- The editors and proprietors are
Richard G Rogers, JohnT. Howe and Shel
don T. Gibbs, the two latter of Danville
It is issued at Tennallytown. Upon the
whole it is a spicy little sheet, the first
number of which can be seen at our office.
Success to the Knapsack an J may it never be
Thc publication of the St. CloSr Sentinel
lias - ben discontinued for the present.
Reason 'stern necessity." We are sorry
that the good people of St. Clair have not
thm pppn r in unstaln nnn newsnaner in
. .w j - r-i
nheirtown. The Sentinel win an excellent
local journal, and we shall miss its weekly
-visitation much. We hope when bright
times come as come tbey mnst its pub
lication will be resumed. What ha be
come ol the Ashland Mount it'ner ? Has
that suspended too 1
Grand Ball. On Wednesday night
-week last, the first Ball ever given in the
White House came off. It was a grand and
extravagant affair. Old Abe was in the
ring. Wonder whether he ha learned !he
teps yet ? Thi grand Ball is a fine offset
to the ri?ys of humiliation and prayer we
had daring thjs year. Darn, we think old
Abe deserves a little fnn, too, as well as
"any other man." We II bet our beaver that
we can beat him on a waltz, if he dare
PvTRiOTTssf ran pTetty high in this place
last Tuesday. It called out a respectable
cTelegation. Sleds were procured and the
delegation visited the adjacent villages, viz:
Espy and Light Street, The sleds and teams
were managed by the following skillful
reiosmen : Sled No. 1. Wellington Reis
wick ; No 2. Capt Wm. Witenigla'; No. 3
William Coleman ; No. 4. E. Jacoby ; No.
6. William Ritter.. Martial music enliven
ed the occasion. All passed eff with much
merriment and good fctling.
Wc paid a visit to Camp Oberteuffer, at
Camden, New Jersey, last week, and found
the men all in good spirits, especially those
from this county. No sickness, of any ac
count, ivas interfering with them. They
expected io leave for Fort Delaware on
Monday last. This regiment is well offi
cered, no better in the service. We made
a memorandum of the Officer's names from
Captain to the highest, which we intended
to print, but have loft it. Will some one
please forward ns a new list. Capt. Mo
Clore's men are fast becoming proficient
in drill. We witnessed some practice with
a mortar that was mcst excellent.
Cattawima is ever patriotic. On Tues
day las quite 8 largs delegation of perrons
vlited this place from Cattawissa and vi
cioliy, showing their good feeling and grat
ification over the saccess of oor troops in
the capture of Fort Donel.on. The delega
tion was under the captaincy of Hon. Ste
phen Baldy. Isaac S. Monroe was Major
of tie Regimen. . They marched through
enr principal s:re?t, headed with martiaJ
rr:c5":c and the Stars and Stripes. This ven
erable and ancient village, Cattawissa, is
tot only doing a good -deal in the way of
demonstrations, but she has furnished as
many men and given as ranch support gen
erally, towards Crushing out this rebellion
es any.villag" of its size and population in
the State. Cattawissa is always on hand.
Last nighl, two of the "Buzzard" mess,
Co. H. Jard Runyaa and Oscar Sharpless
gladdened our eyes with the sight of a
large box et niceties, part of tie present
received by them from their friends in Dan
villa. The only way ia wfelcfa the favor
e;:i be reciprocated, i by proffering them
o;j tincere.t granted. Kncpvjik.
t IFF" FINANCEvS of the county
OF COLUMBIA Pa., FROM"THE FIRS T
DAY of JANUARY. 1861. to THE FIRST
DAY OP JANUARY, 1862.
rsvHE Andilors elected to settfe and adjrjst
the public accounts of Columbia county
have examined the same from the 1st day
of January, la61, to the lt dav of Jmnary
1862, and respectfully lay before the Hon
orable the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas, the following statement and report,
agreeably to the 22d Section of the ''Act ol
the General Assembly ol this Common
wealth, passed the 4th day of April, A. D.,
JOHN A. FUNSTON. Treasure or Columbia
county, in account with 6aid county :
Jin. 1861, To uxes outstandiny, S7 1 43 37
do do cash in Treasurer's hand 2055,48
Jan. 7th, To cash of J. J. Ka'Q, land
Feb. 5th, To cash of S. F. Headley,
land redeemed, 46,14
Feb. 6, To cash of W. Cole, old iron, 11,18
Feb. 9, To cash of J. Galbraitli, land
Jane, Am't of Co. tax ass' J for 1861, 87K9.48
ao ao Mate lax ti ior ifoi,
do Am't cash ree'd from military
ass'd 1861, 71 08
Oct. To ten day assessment, 5:48
Nov. 12, To cash of A. Lilley, J. P.,
on sal of an estray, 2,12
Ndv. 12 To cash received far use'of
Court Room, 8,00
Dec. 18, Interest on Note of S Ney-
hard, adm'r of B. Hayman. dee'd, 10,73
Dec. To Note of B. Hayroan's a Im'r, 26 24
To interest of tbe same, 4,13
By amt ontstanding for 1861 and pre
vious years, $7225,05
By exonerations allowed collectors 263.25
By commissions, do do 880 87
By orders redeemed, - 9134.70
By Treasurer's com. on S9000,00, 360.00
By balance on the abatement as per
Auditor Genl's Report, dated Mar.
28th, 1861, 26 03
By am't of State tax paid State Trea-
orer July 24th, 1861. 8290,13
By cash in hands of Treas. doe rn., 421.03
Assessors pay, sprins assessment, S340,89
do do trieniel assessment. 429.03
Am't paid Touniy Aur Soeietr. $100,00
AUDITORS AND CLERK.
Am't paid Audnors and Clerk, 40,50
Am't paid W. Wirt for aoditinj Pro-
thonotary's and Register's ac'is, 12.5Q
BRIDGE ANT ROAD VIEWS.
Am't paid snndrv pr"on, 8110,00
Am't paid sorutrv persons Mk hooks, 597,63
BOARD OF RELIEF.
Am't paid Rosatma Shafer, SlO.OO
do Eliznbeth Smeihers, 10ti0
do Mrs. Ka e Mahoney, 10.00
do . Margaret MrGirr. - 5 00
do Mary J. Thornton. 5,00
do Mr. Paiterson, 5,00
t'o Mrs. Diehl, 5,00
do Mrs. Tailor, .5 00
do Mrs.-Fowler, 5 00
do Mr. Mary Jane Manning, 5,00
do Mrs. Ei-k, 5,00
do Rosalinda Warner, 5,00
do Sarah Simon, 5.00
Paid S Bld k J. Evans, B of Relief. 6,00
Amount paid -undrv pr-on, $396,23
Amount paid at ih several courts ?86,30
Am't p'd court rrier dnri:i the year $54.00
CLEANING COURT HOUSE.
P'd Ann I.ons, cleaning court tose S17,00
Am't paid lor repairs done to county
boiMin dniii'2 ihe year. $1 13,09
JUROPS WAtJES AND MILEAGE.
Paid Jurors at the several coons, S853.26
Wm. H. Jacoby,
Lei L Tate,
A. B. Tate,
Paid Eas'ern S aie Pnite-.tiary, S156.92
Paid Jacob EyeHy, $164,38
Amount paid Palemou John. St, 16
Paid William Cole, Beiuon, $15,00
do Jane Sheep, Madison, 35,00
Mrs. M Barton, Bloom, 300,00
James Sanke, Soott, 60,00
Joln Melick, do 20,00
Peter Melick, do 40,00
Jacob Sietler's heirs, Madison, 10,00
Wesley Bowman, Orange, 10 00
Jacob Ash, Benion, 20 00
Aaron Keter, jr., Mt. Pleasant, 10 00
John Smith, Br nton, 7,00
Denni pHrel, Bloom, 75 00
Gross kKuhn, do 25,00
Stephen Kohn do 25,00
John Watt, Greenwood, 10 00
Mrs. S. A. Peirikiii, Bloom, 50,00
Amt paid John Ent on contract,
do David Savage,
Amt paid sundry persons lor repairs, $279,22
COMMISSIONERS AND CLERK
George Mnier, $149,50
Joseph R. Patton, 184,00
William Lamon, 179.50
Charles H. Hess, 13,50
Robert C. Fruit, Clerk, 400,0"
Am't paid John G Freeze, A't'y. $60.00
Aral raid . H Little. D.st. Att'y, $97,00
Spring election swearing officers e'e 408.05
Special election, 295.90
General election, 450 29
FOX AND WILD CAT SCALPS.
Amount paid sundry persons, $106,97
Amount paid for coal and wood, $48,38
Amount paid sundry persona, $37,01
Am't paid Lycoming Insurance co. $25,77
Amt paid sundry persons for holding
inquests during the year, $33,04
REGISTER & RECORDER '
Paid D. Lee, recording Treas. bond, $6,00
do do for copying alphabet to
Mortgage Book, 50,nQ
Am't paid John Snyder for conveying
Clark Price et. al. to Penitentiary $281.00
PM J. Snjder board &c. for prisooers 345,83
Paid Josiah H. Fcrman for boarding
prisoners &c. 26,90
Paid Solomon Neybard for Surveying,
aod making map for county, 8594,27
Paid P. W. Stiafer, surveying co. lin
. between Col. & Schuylkill counties 75)0
I " " $1569, r7
STATE RO AD !.fiND CO. UNE. i
Paid J ts. Masters rutining State road .' r
through Pine townhip, 51,50
Paid George Mack et. al. rnnning co.
line between Columbia & Lozarne, 30,30
Amotrnt paid at the several courts, $34.00
Amt of road and poor taxes rmrned
to townships, $133 65
Amount to John Bond, 33
Whole amt of orders Issued 1861, $9095 60
Deduct amt of taxes refunded, 138 98
Expenditures for the year 1861, $8956 62
We, the undersigned Auditors of the jc.
of Columbia, being duly elecfedto adjust i nd
-ettle the accounts of the Treasurer i nd
Commissioner's have carefully examited
the acconnis and vouchers of the same.fr im
the first day of Jnunry, A. D., 1861, to .he
fiiM day ot January, A. D., 1862, do cer ily
that we 6nd ihem correct as set foril in
the foresoing staiempnt, and that we f nd
a balance doe Columbia county of FOUR
HUNDRED &TWEFTY-ONE DOLLARS
AND THREE CENTS, from John A. Funs
ion, Treasurer ol 8id county.
Given under our hands this seventh da" of
January, A. D , 1862.
GEORGE M. HOWELL, I n
JOS. B. KNITTLE, 1 V"n V-
JOHN F. FOWLER, A,,J,,ors
e' DANIEL LEE, Clerk. '
We, the oni'erigned Commissioner of
Columbia county, do cert'fv that the fre
sioina is a correct statement of the acco ints
of said county for the jear 1861.
In testimoiiy whereof we have herei nto
set our hands this seventh day of Jam ary
A. D. 1662.
JOSEPH R. PATTON, ) Corum's
WILLIAM LAMON, of
CHARLES H. HESS ) Col Co.
Attest R. C. FRUIT, Clerk
Approved by the Court, Feb. 4th 1862.
STEPHEN BALDY, ) Aviate
JOHN MrREYNOLDS J Judges.
Commissioner Otiice, )
Bloomsbura, Feb. 5, 1862. m
TEACHCUS' ASS0CI1 riOX.
JfTllE annual meetins of the Teacliers'
Association of Columbia county, will
be held at the Academy, in Bloomsbur.
on Saturday the 221 inst., at 10 o'clock
Time is some important business 19 be
transacted, and measures are in progress
to secure a good attendance and mtk( an
interesting meeting. Prof Walker wi I at
tend, and there will be addr-ssex, eays
am) tfUcussions on several important topics
All lenohers and Irieud. ot Ediicatiaiiiil
diffusion are respectively invited lit attend.
' I'. J. CAMPBELL.
FeSrnry 12. 1862 Cot. Stet'y.
HOOK A: T A T lOAl 8J I! V.
William G. Perry,
Bookseller, Blank Book Ml inntu'tnrer and
Dealer in Imported a .d Amer ic in Stiiion
ery, and Photograph Albums, S. W. cor.
Fourth nd Race, Philada.
iiiatik Account Books
FoOLS-CAP PAPER, LETTER, NDTE,
Bill, Sermon and Drawini Paper, Cu tains
and Wrappina papeis, Envelopes, Pe icils.
Slates. Backgammon BoarJ. Chess, Gold
Pen, Family Bible, II yfoins, Prayer 'Jooks
American, Ertlih & French Inks. P)cket
Book-, Writing Desks, &c.&c, all of uhich
are teina fold at very lov prices fot can.
Wm.G. Perry, S. W. cor. 4th & Race, ?hila.
Blank Books of tbe Best Quality,
ran be boust at low prices, in every vari
ety of stylof bindins, 1 Wm. G. Parry's
Account Book Manufactory, S. W. co . 4th
and Race Streets, PhiU'la.
A larce sonment ellits at verr low
prices for cash. Wm. G. Perry
S. W. cor Fourth & Race Streets.
Buy Win. U Perry's
Steel Pens, the best and cheapest in the
market. Wm. G. Perry, S'iitine ,
S W. corner Fourth & Race sts.
Sellinj t a bargain. Purcha-ers buying
Books, and Stationery for cah, car pur
chase mnch below w holesale price at S
W. cor. Fourth & Race.
Wm. G Ferrv,
Bookseller and Stationer.
Hook Kit. tli up:
Of every description executed in ths be?t
style. Persons having books in qt antity
that need bitti'injj. can have them hound
ai the present lime at very low rates. None
but experienced workmen are ern !yed
in my establishment. Wm. G. PERRY,
Bork Hinder and Stations,
S. W. cor. Fourth & Race Sts, Philada.
December 18, l6l-4m.
During the pat jear we heve int odnced
to the notice of the medical profeiion of
hi country the Pure Crystulized Chloride of
Propylamine, as a
REMEDY FOR RiIEOIATISM'!
And having received from many ources,
both frnm psicians of the hihett stand
ngr and from patients, the most
Flattering Testimonial of Its Hei I Vnlne
in ihe treatment of this painful ani obsti
na'e disease, e are induceii to p esent it
to the pnbitc in a form READY FDR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hope v ill com
mend itself to 'hise who are suffering with
this afflicting complaint, and to the medi
cal practitioner who may feel disoed to
lest the powers of this valuable remedy.
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in Ihe form
above spoken of, has recently been exten
sively eperimented with in the
and with MARKED SUCCESS (as will ap
pear from the published account! in tbe
5r It is carefully pnt op readj for im
mediate use, with full directions, and can
be obtained from all ihe dro2?its at 75
cents per bottle, and at wholesale of
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing Ghemists,
. , Philadelphia, Jcne 26, 1861 ly.
HOPOGRAPHY IN ALL I IS Branches
executed in the best stvle known in the
art, at C. G. CRANE'S GALLVRY, 532
Arch Street, East of Sixth, Philadelphia.
CLife Size in Oil and Pastil, 3
; OTStereoscopic Portrait,' . ;
CPAmbrotpes, Dazoerreotypi, See.
For Cases, Medallions, Pins, Rngs, iio.
novH ' : . ' ':
N O R M A L S O HO O L
OicmgeviUe; Columbia County, Pennsylvania.
fltHE Third Term of tbe present Acad em---
ic year of the Orangeville Male and
Female Academy, willcommence on Tues
day, February 4ih. 1862;
Prof. II. D. WALK KB, A. JI , Principal.
In the arransiement of Classes, the course
of study and instruction, and the examina
tion and graduation of pupils, in this de
partment will conform to the State Normal
Schools of Pennsylvania and to the views
of the State Department ot Public School.
The Institution will be under the charge
of Pro!..!). D. Walker, A. M , as Principal,
who as a Seholar.a Teacher and a Lecturer,
is too wrdei) known to need any recom
mendation. The Tritees have spared
neither pains nor expense to secure the,
service of a man in whose integriiy ar.d
ability they have entire confidence; and
they are determined that the sohool in the
advantages which it proffeis io the public
shall not be surpassed by fctiy similar in
stitution in tbe State. Arrangements have
also been made to conned with ihe Insti
tution a COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE In
which the course of InMrtntiion wiil be as
complete and thorough as in the best Com
mercial Collesre. S udents, also who are
desirous of pursuing Classical or select
studies will have, as in the S'ate Normal
Schools, the needed facilities and instruc
tion. The preparatory and model schools, un
der the direct charge of the Principal, will
comprise pupils whose age or attainments
do not quality ihem to pursue the MUdis
of the regular clause. In ihis department
there will be furnished to the teacher stu
dents who are qualified for it, an op
portunity for practice in the Art ol Teach
ing, and lor learning ho.v to organize,
arrange, and instruct a r-chnol, in such a
manner that under their direction onr pub
lic shall become truly mode! Schools Lec
tures on the Ttieor and Practlc of Teach
ins will be given to the Teacher stodents
weekly. Public Lectures will also be given
OS 5Z2P CE El S3 S3
Tuition, per Sesion, of eleven weeks:
For ihe first srade S4 00 ; Second rade
S5 0Q; Third arade $6.00 ; Commercial
Department S15, full course.
One half the Tuition ia required to be
paid at the opening of each Session and
ttie o:her halt
Hoi-e ; uiilef? by
Htrreemenl ; no deduction
made tor ab
sence except in ca-es ol continued illness,
Boardiri!! and furnished rooms will be
2'iven Student at two dollars per week.
Thee are alo roorni to let for those who
wish to board themselves.
All the text books ued in the Institution
can be had in the place at the usual celling
riFor further particulars address the
E. Lazarus, James Patterson,
C. Btttenbender, Wesley Bowman,
J. S. Woods, Samuel Achenbuch,
William Fritz, Board of Trustees.
OrangeviMe, Jan. 15, 1862.
THE GREAT CAUSE OF
XI IT 1 AN I?I rs K Tt Y .
Just Published, in a Sealed 'Enveloped.
Price 6 t :
A LECTURE BY DR.CULVER-
WELL, ON THE CAUSE AND
CURE, of Spermatorrhea. Con
sumption, Mental and rhysieal Dibiuiy,
Nervousness, Epilepsy; Impared Nutrins
of the Body: Lasitnde; Weakness of the
Limbs and the back; Indisposition and In
capacity lor study and Labor Dullness of
Apprehension; Loss of Memory; Aversioi
to Society: Love of Solitude; Timidity,
Self Distrust; D'ziness; Headache; Affec
tions of tbe Eyes; Pimples on Ihe Face,
Involnntarv Emissions, and sexual Incapa
city; the consequences of Youthful Indis
cretion, &c, &c.
Vff I his admirable Lectnreclearly proves
that ihe above pnumera'ed, often self af
flicted, evils may be removed withthis
medicine and without danerons surgical
operations, and should be read by every
youth and every man in the tand.
Sent under i-eal, to any addres, in a plain
sealed envelope, on the receip'. of six cents,
or two potHe stamps, V addressing
DR CHAS. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowery, N. Y. Post Office box 4586.
January 29, 1862-ly.
(OF JERSEYTOWN, PA)
'1M1E subscriber would respectfully p
' prise his Iriends and the public gener
ally, ihat he has established the
it Jerseytown, Columbia county. Pa. The
above house has lately been refitted and
undergone a ihoroujih repairing by the pro
prietor. He is fully prepared to entertain
the travelling custom as well as the local
with seneral satilaction, His TABLE and
BAR, are well supplied and will be careful
ly superintended. And hts STABLE is am
ply and well Mocked, in charae of careful
room, will always be properly attended.
C?" He invnes a share of the publtccus
torn, and pledges his best efforts, to help
his "ues-ts feel at home.
Jerseytown. Jan 8, 1862.
os f at cost.
4 FEW COATS, Pants and Vests. Shawls
Boys' boots, &.C., will be sold off at cov,
by L.T. SHARPLESS
Notwithstanding the enormous price
which Cotton Goods. G.oceries, &e.? de
mand, I am determined to ikow the supe
riority of the CASH AND READY PAY
SYSTEM, b) selltn; goods at lower profits
than eer before.
JUST RECEIVED sA lot of IIcop Skirts,
with ihe lamous Eureka attachment, the
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' MOROCCO HEELED SHOES
ALSO, the Balmoral Skirts, a conveni
ence which every lady should possess.
GROCERIES will be sold at the lowest
profits, with all Oiher good-, at
L. T. SHARPLESS',
Cheap Cash Store.
Bloomsborg-. Jan- 15, 1862.
A SUPERIOR COTTON FOR QUILTING.
&c: for sale cheap at the Cheap Cash Store
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloomsborp, October 30, 1861.
SEVERAL desirable Building Lots ia
Bloomsburg, for sale. Inquire of
Jane 20f 1860-tf. W.WIRT.
603IETIHSG FOR THE TIMES
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD!
JOHNS & CROSLKY'S
AMERICAN I EMEXT GMJE
The Strongest Glue in the World.
The Cheapest Glne in the World.
The Most Durable Glue in the World.
The Only Reliable Glue in the World.
The Best Glue in the World.
AMERICAN CEMENT CLUE
I the the only article of the kind ever
WILL WITHSTAND WATER.
I I WILL MEND WOOD,
Save your broken Furniture.
IT WILL MEND LEATHER,
Mend your IWness, Straps, Belts, boots &c.
I T 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 ood as rew.
IT WILL M EN D M A RBLE,
That piece knocked out of your Msrble
Mantle can be put on as strona as ever.
IT WJLL MEND PORCELAIN,
No matter il that brok n Pitcher did no
cost but a shilling, a shilling saved is
a shillinsi earned.
IT WILL M EN D A LA B ASTER,
That costly Alabaster Vase is broken and
you can't match it, mend it. it will nev
er show when put together.
IT WILL MEND BONE. CORAL, LAVA,
AND IN FACT EVERYTHING BUT
Any ar'icl Cemented with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE will not show where
it is mended
U3 ss 1 cr ea s a sb
"Every Housekeeper should have a sup
ply of Johns & Croeley;s Cement Glue."
New Yotk Times.
"It is so convenient to have in the
hoose.' ' ATetc York Exp) ess.
4,lt is alvmy ready ; this cnmmentoisd
to every body." -tndependtn'.
"We have tried it, and find it as ireful
in our house as water." Wilkes Sprit of the
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
$10.00 per year saved in every lamily by
One Bottle of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 25 Cer.'.s per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Buttle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bnfle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Yery Liberal Reduction lo.WhoIe
CFFor Sale by all Druaaists, and Store
keepers generally ihroouhoul the country.
78 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Liberty tdreet. NEW YORK.
Important to House Owners.
Lnpor'ant to Builders.
Important io Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmer.
To all whom this may concern, and it concerns
IMPROVED GUI I A PERCH A.
The Cheapest ar.d most durable Rootling
! IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New and Old Roofs of
All kinds, steep or flat, ani to Shingle
RoofsVithool removing the Shingle.
THE COST IS ONLY AIOUT ONE-THIRD
THAT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
This article has been thorougly tested in
New York City and all parts of the United
State, Canada, West Indies and Central
and Sonih America, on Building ol all
kind, such s Factories, Foondries Church
es. Rail Road Depots, Car, and On Public
Building" generally, Government Buildings.
&c, by the principal Builders, Architects
and others, durin the past frnr year, and
has proved to be the CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use; it i
in every respect a Hire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
1hi is the ONLY material mannfictured in
the United States which combines ihe very
desirable properties of Elasticity and Dnra
bilfly, which are universally acknowledged
to t.e possessed by GUTTA PERCHA and
iYo Ileal is required in making appli
cation. The expense of applying it is trifling, a an
ordinary Roof can be covered and fin.
ishetl the some dny.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANY ONE,
end when finished loims a perfectly Fi-e
Proof swficc with an elastic body. which
cannot be injured b Heal, Cold or Storms.
Shrinking of Roof Boards, nor any external
LIQUID GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
For C'oa'inu Metals ol alt Kinds when ex
posed to the action of the Weather and
For Pre&ervitis and Pi pairing Mtlal
Poofs of oil Kinds,
This is the only Composition Known
which will successfully rei-t extreme
changes of t 'innies, for any length of time,
when applied io meals,to which it adheres
firmly, tormina a body equal to three coats
cf ordinary nam:, co-ts much less and will
LAST 1HREE TIMES AS LONG ; and
Irom its elasticity is not injured by the con
traction of TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
consequent upon tudden changes of the
It will rot CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Metal Rools can te
readily repaired with GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor
roioti atift leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water tight Roof for many year.
Ttiis Cement is peculiarly adapted fr Ihe
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sales, Agricultural Implements, kc ,
aUo tor general rnanulactnrers u-e
GUTTA PERCIM CEMENT
For pr-serving and repairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs or every description, Irom iis
great elasticity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion ol Petals, anc will
not crack in cold or run in Tarm weather.
These materials are adapted to all cli
mates, anil we are prepared to supply or
ders from any part of the country, at short
no-ice, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
rolls, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, with full
printed directions tor application.
We wdl make literal and satisfactory arrange
mens with retpwtoilde pu ties who would vke to
eslabluh themselnes in a Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abuodaot proof of all we
claim in favor of our improved Roofing
Materials, have applied them to several
thoosaud Roofs in New York C':tv and vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
Trhohsalt ViarthounlS miliam St.,
Corner ot Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Price will
be famished on application.
October 16, 1861. ly.
AfO COLUMBIA COtJ N TV
AT M1LLVILLE, PENN'A.
luportaut Additions llmproTcnent
Aoiumn Terta to ommecce august 1?
HHHJS Institution which has been in sur
-1 cessful Operation for the past ten yean ,
is about undergoing a very important rer :
ovation, in order t place it on a more Ma
Me basis thati ever, and present facilities
which are noi surpassed by ordinary Acad
emies in Northern Pennsylvania. Among
the improvements Will be a larsfe three
storied budding which will give much ad
ditional room and gieaier conveniences for
boarders; a commodious hall for a lecture
room and public exercises, convenient class
rooms, a library and reading room contain
in? a cabinet ol rninerals and roriositie,
bath rooms, &c. An experienced and
thoroughly qualified classical teacher and
lecturer will be at the head of the Board cf
Instruction, but th Principal will have the
general superintendence of the institution
and assume a share of the duties of teach
iu!. Reaular lertujes will be delivered
upon various scientific; subjects, as well as
upon the theory and practice ol teaching,
and a Normal Class of young men and
wornen'who wih to qnalify themselves ior
teachers' profession, will receive especial
attention and assistance.
The course of Instruction in the school
will be thorough and systematic, calculated
to embrace the various branches 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, ar.d for ihe study ol the latin,
Greek, aod German languages, to enable
student to qualify themselves for commer
cial and scientific pursuits, or to enter any
class at collegrt.
The connfry location of this Seminary in
a plessanl village, in a healthy and flourish
ing neighborhood, well known for the ele
vated tone of its moral sentiment, and
where the pupils are not surrounded by
ttiose demoralizing influences, and temp
tations found in our ciiies, larger towns and !
many other localities, with no outside in
fluences to divert their attention Irom liter
ature and (he work of mental culture, pre
sents attractions and inducements to con
siderate parents emulous students, seldom
found surrounding lare schools and acad
emies. The Literary Society aUo, ore of the old
est and best conducted in this section of
country, presents an attractive feature ar.d
useful auxiliary, to a practical education.
The improvements will be under the
immediate charge ol an eflicienUBoard ol
Trustees, appointed by the Seminary Com
pany, and will be. completed in lime for
ihe Autumn term, io commence the 12th
of August next.
While thankful for past patronage we
wish to merit a continuance of similar fa
vors, and as we intend io include a higher
grade and wider range of ins. roctioc, we
respectfully solicit a careful examination
into our facilities and claims.
Boarding, washing, tuition, lignt" and
incidental expenes, for one quarter of
eleven weeks, will be Thiriy Dobjrs, one
half payable in advance the other half
and al! tuition bills will be expected prompt
If at the expiration of each quarter.
Boarding, with furnished rooms, one
Tuition in common English branhce 5,00
i ( ti It
including Mathematics and Book
Keeping by Double Entry 6 00
Tuition in Latin, Greek, and German
extra 1 00
Washing, Lights and incidental ex
pense, one quarter, 3,00
Those who desire to procure scholarnip
or attend by the ear. wtll be accommoda
ted at a reasonable discount, and students
wishing to secure rooms should make sea
For further particulars addre
WM. BURGESS, Prinrioal
Gf.ofgk Maters, J. K. Eves, )
Dr. A. P Heller, Ellis Eves, Trustees.
Rknjamin K. Eves, )
Millville, May 29. 1861.
ST. T.OUIS HOTJKr,
f IIESTNTT STREET, ABOVE THIRD
IN the immediate neighborhood ol Ihe Job
bing Houses on Market Third, and Chest
nut Streets, the Punks, Post Office, Mer
chants' Exchange, &c, &c.
no t si i rs;rt iay si 50.
Accommodation when reqnired on the EU
ROPEAN PLAN; Rooms from 50 cents
and upward, per dav, and meals at a First
Class Rkstcrast attached io Tnr Hotel.
Price according io Ihe Bills of Fare.
I be My I'ars tnke rasenger from any
Million 'In r :ioe to the Hotel.
English, French, German and Spanish
July 17, 1GL
FALL & W I XT tilt GOODS.
1TAS Just received from Philadelphia,
and i now opening a the old stand
lataly occupied by Manz nnd Ent. a splen
did a-or:ment ol merchandize, which will
be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PROMT E.
Hi stock soiisiis ol LaJe' Dress Goods,
choicei style and la'est fashions.
DRY GOODS GROCERIES,
HAR D-WA R E, QE ENS-WAR E,
CEDAR WARE. HOLLOW-WAKE,
IRON. NAIL'S AND SPIKES
BOO IS ANI) SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, &C. &C.
In short everything usually kept in a
The .atronate of old friend, and the
public generally, is respectfully solicited.
The higheet 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 weeks by a very sim
ple remedy alter having suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and iha'
dread disease, Consumption is anvious to
make known to his lellow-sutferers the
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used, (free of charge,)
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will land a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
The omy object of ihe advertiser in send
ing the Prescription i to bene6t the afflic
ted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every
sufferer will try hi remedy, as ii will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will
Rev. EDWARD WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings co., N. Y.
October 30, 1881, 4m.
Are pure vegetable extracts. They core
all biliona disorders of the human system.
They regulate and invigorate tbe liver and
kidney : they pive tone to the d geslive
organs ; they reyolate the secVetVofls, ex
cretions and exhalations, equalize the cir
culation', and pnnfy the blood. Thus, all
billons complaint some of which are
Tctpid Liver, Sit k Headache, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Chills am' Fevers, Co.tiveness or..
Looseners are entirely controlled and
cured by ititf ren.edies.
LIVE It HE GUI. A TO II
Removes ihe n-orbid and bilious deppits
Irom il.e momach and bowel.-, regulars the
hver and kiiinejs, removing every obstruc
tion, restores a natural and hea'thy ariiou
in the vital organs. L is a superior
Much beitf-r than Pill, and much easier to
DARLING S LIFE BITTERS
I a snperior tor.ic and dmrtic ; excellent in
cases of Iocs of appetite, flatulency, female
weakness, irregularities, pain in 'he td
and bowels, blind, protruding and bleeding
pile, and general debiliv.
R EA D TH E FOLLOW 1 NG TESTI MONY :
3d". L. Crumley, merchant, 184 Full
street, New York, wri'e, August 18, 1&G0 :
"I have been afflicted wt;h piles, accom
panied with bleeding, the last three years ;
And now consider mysell entirely cured."
Hon. Jcrin A. Cros writes, "'Brooklyn.
March 15, 1860. In the spring of IS9 I
took a sovere-cold. which induced a violent
lever. 1 took two doses ol
DA f. LING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
t It bruke up my cold and lever at once.
J Pievious to this a lack, I ha l been troubled
with dyspepsia several months; 1 h ire I
I no'hing of it t-irtce.'
Oti S udley, E-q 128 hast 28h b reef,
N.Y., writes "August 13, I860 I hvt
a diihcnlty with Kidney Complaint three
years, wiih constant pain in the small cf my
back. I bad used most all kinds ot (medi
cines, but found, no permanent reiief until t
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
and Life Hi Her.
I pa'se. HO'ted blood by the uret' r. -I
am now entirely cured-, and take pleai-uio
in recommending these remedies."
Mr. C.Tebow, 11 Cnstopher Street, N.
Y., writte : "Feb. 20, 160.-1 have been
subject to attacks of Asthma the last t enty
years. I nave never found anything eqal
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
in affording immediate relief. It is a lUor
ocsh Liver and bilious remedy."
Mrs Young, of Brooklyn, writes. "Feb.
24, I860 In Miy last 1 had a severe at.
ia-k ot Piles, wnich confined me to Ihe
tiouse. I mok one bottle ol
Darlings Life Hitter,
and was entirely cured. 1 have had no
D Westerveli, E-q., of South .th, neir
8th Street. Williamsburg, L I., writer
''August 5, lKfio Having been troubled
with difficulty in the Liver, and subject to
bilious attacks, I was advised by a friend
l ' ?) A R LING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so, and found it to operate admirably,
removing the bile and arou-ing the liver to
activitv. I have also ned r a a
" FAMILY 31EMCI3E.
When our children are out of son, w
give them a few drops and it set" them
right. 1 find it meeis the general wants of
the stomach and bowels when disordered.
Reader, if yoj need eiiher or b-th of
the mot excellent Remedies, inquire for
them at the More ; if you do not rind them
take no other, but ince One Do.'ir in it
letter, and on receipt of the rooLey, th
Remedy or Re-nedie- will be ent accord
ing io your directions, by mail or expre-s,
post paid. Address,
DAVL S. MP.LLXG,
102 Nassau St.. New Yrk.
Put up in 50 cent and St Boules each.
Noven br 6, 18fil.-6m.
Itw Arrival of
FALL AND WINTER G00D5,
NV1TES at ention to his Mock of cheap
and fahionable clothing at his store or
Mam Street, two doors above Jhe'Amer-
ican Hone,' where he ha a full asort
ment ot men and boy's wearing apparel,
including ihe mot fashionable
i it i : s s (iooi)S,
Box, Sack, Frock, Cum, and Oil Cloth C-t"
of all srrts and Fize, Pants ol n'l colors
shawl, stripes and fignre si., shirt", rra
vat, stor k, co'Ur, handkirchtels, g'.oves,
stspender TTid fancy ar'icle.
N B He will al.vj make ta order any ar
ticle ot cio hing at very short notice and in
the best of mariner. All his clothing
made to wear, and most of il is of home
Bloom6bnrg, Sept. 25, 161.
EJate vf Christopher ILUer, bite of Miffi
township, Col co., deceased.
LETTERS testamentary on trie e'ate of
Christopher Heller, late of M.fDtn twp.,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted by ihe Register ol Columbia coun
ty, to Samuel Heiler, residing in Hollen
back township, Luzerne comity. All per
sons indebted io said eiat are requested
to call and make immediate payment, and
those having claims or demands will pre
sent them prcpeily authet'ticatod for settle
ment to the UTidersigned.
SAMUEL HELLER, Executor.
January 8, 1562 6t.
(Latk White Swan)
Race St reef', aboie 3d Philadelphia.
T. V. ROADES, Proprietor.
Terms 81.2.7 per day.
ryQ the old customers of this well-knowi;
J- House. I desire to say, that I have
renovated, improved and newly furnished
ihe sa.Tte, and ihat 1 respectfully solicit
a continuance of their patronage.
S'rangers, travelers and visitors, I cor
dially invite to the hospitality of the "Na
tional" to come and see and judge lor
themselves of its advantages and merits.
The location is central, and convenient
for Merchants and business men generally.
We will always endeavor to study ih
wants and comforts of our guests, and witu
our long experience coupled with our at
tentive and obliging assistants, we feel
prepared 'o keep a good Hotel, aud hoptt.
to give general satisfaction.
T. V. ROADES.
Philad., Jan. 1st, 1862.
Notice of a Justice of tbe Peace
1 F the few subscriptions remains 12 cupai I
- to he fond of ih ''Iron Guard" are itt.t
settled on or before the first day ol Februa
ry t am innrnrted to commence soil, and
costs (utst follow in each individual cae,
J M. Cleuitijta, ). P.