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STAB OF THE NORTH
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Wednesday Xornins, June 4th, 18G3.
: 1 he Board ok Relief 'will meet in this
place on Satorday next. Those soldiers'
wives who aire aboulg lo make application,
lor assistance will take notice
Th Call" for three months' volunteers
has been countermanded. It has been as
certained that there are a sufficient number
of men in the field at present. .
" McKelw, Nkal & Co. have received a
large and well selected etock of good?, at
their store on the north east corner of Main
and Market streets, this place. Their stock
will compare favorably with any this side
of oar eastern cities.
The T.mk Table of the Phila.& Reading
R. K. will be seen in to day's Star. This
road connects with the Cattawissa & Wd
liamsport roat at Porf Clinton. Tin is the
Lest and quickest route to go to Philadel
m m 9
See new advertisements in to day's paper.
The advertising departmentof a aewspaper
is among the most useful to the patron.
There he can see who does business and is
not ashamed or too stingy to make it known
-Oca regn'ar army correspondent, 'Too
dles," has famished ns with a letter in tbi
week's Stab. It is his first since home on
furlobah He peak of the "Iron Guards,"
as well as the ,: Hurley Guard?"' being a!i
well and anxious to meet the eiietny. They
left Fredericki-bufg, supposed 10 reinforce
Local MATTiTR is scarce in otir part of the
town this week We'll have to start out
and "stir op-a breeze.'' We know no bet
ter way "ban to go upon the street and com
mence talking up for the Cons.i'.utior. with
some Abolitionist. .
VVio would be without a fi-st cia piano
fort?, whea they can obtain them for the
vmall snm as advertised by Me-srs, Groves
teen & Hale,, in another cidamo. These
instruments are unsurpassed in beauty of
tone, fine touch, and general fir.i-?h.
Ths author of the. Mmmiinicalinn in I-iti
week's Republican, signed 'Nescopec ;'
pretend to have fnaod on that Gen. Hunt
er is & Democrat, and at the same time an
Abolilicnistj and the said author is very
much astonished at the discovery. Well
might he be astonished, if hi discovery wa
a tritf one, becaase be might look Ions, and
far, and w idef before finding another aboli
tion Demoer?.. ,
Unfortunately for "Nescopee," Hunter ia
not a Democrat.
On' Monday evening last we had a fine
fhower. It rained very hard for fifteen or
twenty mincte. The garden? arid crops
were nearly suffering lor the want of rain.
Our grass bid fair to be short, but this re
freshing rain may et start it up so as to
yield us a full crop. The grain crops are
coming on finely. Indications are that
there will be no arain cot, in this section,
previous to the 4ih of July this season.
Osr ova first page of lite Stab we lay be
fore oor readers the legislative proceedings
in relation to the Apportionment Bill and
the Bill authorizing certain parties to mine
coat. The latter wa defeated, cpon sub
stantial reason pridticed, as set forth in the
proceedings It will be seen that the de
bates grew pretty warm upon the subject,
in which our member participated. The
,,At.acorda,s died hard
The Doctor, ia his lat issue of the Rffuh
can, says, that ''scurriloo. band-biTs were
pot up" to prevent people from going to
hear Professor McCoy. Now Doctor, don't
be to heathenish as to refuse fo lather your
own chickens. If the hand-bills were ' got
tp" at job office, 6ay so. If not. not.
That's it. Above all, don't get into a pa
ion yonrreli; and do what yon can to pre
vent your "abolition brethren" from getting
into a passion. ,AU isqniet along the Po
tomac," and why should you distarbe that
. Written for the Star
Sfplorable If n crane?.
Mr. Editor: In looking over the col-
titnns of the Republican of May J 5th, I no
ticed a " communication , from Benton
AH who are acquainted with the person,
who has his name signed to the "communi
cation," know that he is not capable of
composing any piece whatever. Hence we
set it down that do one but Palemon has
written it, and was granted the privilege of
signing it what be did ' The article i hard
iv worth the while renlvinsr to if. bnr I will
give a few thoughts upon W
It : contended that the Sooth have
brongbt this trouble upoi as, which I frank--ly
deny, and claim that it was the Aboli
lionists. He. the author of the comranniea.
tioD,epeak of Milton'e eaten, or Devil.
time of the Revolutionary war,jnst as his
Devil's are ruling the same lories in the
present contest. All :he difference is ihey
have changed their name Irom Tory to Ab
olition Kepablicans, but the principle is the
eatse. He attempts to talk about " Breck
inridge," 'poor fool. Why, the igner of
this commonication in question, was a
"Breckinridge man" himself before be be
came a Bogus, or Boasted Democrat. Such
an ignoratans as he onghl not expose his
ignorance, for he has not a shell capable of
containing brains of any amount. He lives
in darkness as he observed. This palemon
Stiles ongbt to remember that they are but
very listie reckoned among goo J society
only where their father Milton's Devil
tcuU them, to cau?e division, and
con'e"'-ioc5. - : .
LARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE
CEIVED, . T the Store of Daniel McHenry, in Still-
water, Columbia county.
The undersigned would respectfully in
vite the citizens of Fishing Creek and the
surrounding country, lo his large -and ex
tensive stock of Goods, just received from
the cities of New York and Philadelphia,
all of which he will sell cheaper than here
tofore. His assortment consists of
Hats and Cap, of
the latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the
most approved make ; also, a lot of excel
lent Ready-Made Clothing.
together with a good assortment of Ves
ting. His store is well filled with Goods
ot every description. His
are not surpassed by any Store in the coun
try. His Hardware Department has not
SCYTHES, RAKES, KOES, SHOVELS
&c, are constantly kepi on hand ; also,
Spike" and Nails : in short, everything us
ually found in First-Class Stores.
Siiilwater, May 14, 1862.
rpHE Spring Term of this Institution wi 1
X commence on the 7th of April next.
The Principal will be assisted bv able
instructors, and as ample facilities will be
afforded to qualify S'udeots lor teaching,
for business or for a more extensive course
in literature, a liberal shaie of .partronage
is again solicited.
Pupil who do not come from home, or
art not put under the charge o.l near rela
tives, mast board at the Seminary, and be
subject to the regulations thereof. They
must provide their own towels and have
each article of cloihing distinctly marked.
Eleve'i week corstitute a quarter and
there will be a vacation ol about six weeks
in n. id summer.
Boarding, washing and . Tuition, with
furnished rooms, will be 525 per quarter,
oi.e half payable in advance.
Tuition alone it) Common tranches, S3 00
" including advance Algebra
mathematics history &e. 6 00
" in Latin, German or French
each extra . 1 00
For lurthwr panieulars address
WM. BURGESS, Principal.
Millv.lle, Col co , Feb. 26, 182.
QUARTERLY MIEKOE of FASIHOXS,
"fHE Summer Number "will r-ontain fonr
' larue and splendid Fashion Plates, three
Ftfl! Siz-f Patterns, comprisin the nw
Fiernh Waist, and elegant sleeve, and a
Mtses Sack, together with nearly 100 en
graving ot .ali the novplties for Summer
bonnets, Cloaks. Triminii gs. Children's
Drees, etc , Valuable information to Mil
liners, dress makers, mothers, and ladie
2enrally, presenting the largest and best
Fashion Magazine in the World, published
47j Broday. and sold everywliere at 25
cents, or sent by mail pest free, on reopipt
of the amount, Yearly SI with the foliow-in-z
Ehi h yearly subscriber will be entitled
to the selection of 50 cents worth of plain
patterns, from the deeigns ir: the took, or
from the show room, or they may be order
ed and !-ent by mail any lime during the
year, by paving the postage.
rcSplendid induceTtents to Canvassers
The summer number will be ready on or
about the !t of May.
April 30th, 1352.
tll'KRt!! FOB- TflG L'.I.,
And L. I". htrpIesH' "( heap l ach More.''
NEW GOODS I GREAT BARGAINS I
THE undersigned is just reeeivins a new
supply of goods, fresh from the cities of
New York and Phil'a and is prepared to
sell thm at Reduced Prices.
Caiicoe from 7c to 12j-, the best at I2$e
some of which cost 15c. Dress Goods ;
Chalit", Lavel!as, Ginahams, Muslins, Ken
tucky Jeans, bey's Cassimeres, &c, Sec,
Indies' Shoes and Gaitors, in great vari
riety of style rnd quality . A good heeled
Gaiter for 62jr, and an excellent Congrew.
for $1,00 A kid heeled Lace Boot lor 3!
and upward ALSO, the Hiith Cut Pal.no
ral Lace Boot for ladies. Ladies' and Chi!
drns' Skirt, Linen Handkerchief, Ice, at
a very low figure.
Best Slone Ware Seis S4.00, &c Hominy,
Dried Peaches, 'Mackerel, Ches, Lemons,
etc. Good Syrup Molasses from 50 to fOc
a gallon Sugars, lower than recently sold,
from 8c to 13c. the latter prine for best
white. Coal Oil as low as anywhere.
f"An examination of the goods is soli,
cited. Come and see for yourselves, that
the Cash System is preferable to any other.
Grain and country produce taken in ex
change for Goods by
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloomsbnrg, March 26, 1862.
NEW ARRIVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
T PE TER EXT S STORE'.
In Light L'reet, Columbia county, Per.na.
HAS just received from Philadelphia,
and is now opening at the old stand
lately occupied by Martz & Ent, a splen
did assortment of MERCHANDIZE, which
will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNRY PRODUCE !
His stock consists of Ladies Drees Goods
choicest styles and latest fashions.
COTTON A DES.
. KENTUCKY JEANS,
Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines, Drugs,
Oils, Paints &c, Boots and Shoes, Hats
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of old friends, and the
public public generally, is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for conn
tr? Droduce. PETER ENT. ;
Liaht Street, May 7, 1862.
tfeHOES in variety at the eheap cash Store
S of, . L. T. SHARPLESS.
Look to your Interests !
FRESir ARRIVAL OF
SPR1XG AND SU3IBIER GOODS,
MILLER S EYER'S.
r"lIIE subscribers have just returned from
the City with another large and select
Spring and Summer Good:;
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowest
figure, and which they are determined to
sell on as moderate terms as can be pro
cured etsewhere in Bloorasburg. Thf.ir
Kadic' l)rcss Goods,
of the choicest styles and latest fashions.
Cg ac2 ir a
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarware, Hsl
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boois & Shoes, Hits
and Caps, &c, &c. In short, everything
usually kept in country stores; to which they
invites the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
MILLER & EYER
Bloomsburg, April 30, 1862.
involution or Partiieihip,
jVOTICE "i9 hereby given that the co-pr rt
' nership heretofore existing between he
firm of D. C. & G. A. Herring in the repair
ina and boat building buines. at Centre
ville, Columbia county, waa dissolved by
mutual consent on the M day of April 1862.
The book remsin in the hands of the j in
ior mf mber of the firm, (G. A. Herring) for
settlement; who, also designs continuing
the business in all its branches as hen to
fore. He returns thanks for past patron ige
and solicits a continuance of the same.
C. D. HERRING,
GEO. A. HERRING.
Certtreville, April 30, 1862.
JVOnCK is hereby given that loiter of
administration on the estate of John J.
Hetlerj late of Mifllin township, Columbia
county, deceat-ed, have teen granted by
the Register of said county, to Michael B
Hetler, who resides in Mifflin towushi.
All persons having claims or demi.nd
against the eriate of the decedent ar re
quested to present them for settlement, and
those indebted to make payment wit' tout
MICHAEL B. HETLER. Adnr.
Mifflm twp, March 26, 1862. 6w.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
'MIE vindersianed would most resjifct-
fully announce to theritizens of Bio m
buru arid vicinity thai she has jiirt receiv
ed from the eastern cities her
spring L Summer Klillinery .oh.,
all of which she is prepared to makei?-j-
and sell at a very reasonably low fig-J';Cp
ure. Her assortment of oods arn a
little superior in point of durability as well
as tistetulness, to any offered in this section.
She returns thanks for the libetal patron
age she has received, and respectfully so
licits a continuance of the same.
MARY BARK LEY.
Bloomsburii, April 23 1R62.
ii;w n vi:iia:n noi.
Ofposite the Court House ind next dtor to
THE nndprsigr:ed,respecifully inforni his
friends anil cnnnmi-rs that h" has ope led
A New Barber fttsr.
In Court llouit Alley, next d"or 1 eiow
the Otfice of the Columoi DeiitOcrat, vhere
he will be hvppy lo wait upon all custc mars,
and trorii long exjvprience itid slrct itt-n-tion
to buinet-t, he hopes to merit a id re
ceive a liberal attar of public pa'.rom.ge.
r ah things liere ' done in decent j and
Bioomsburr, March 5, 162.
Y0BKT0WN CAPTURED !
The Itcbds Retreating!
THIS IS GLORIOUS NEWS!
OUT thereia still more imponait and
- valuable news to the citizens cf Con
ynabam and vicinity, in Columbia coun
ty. It in that J. B. & It. KNITTLE have re
ceived newgood and established S'ore
in the place shove named, where goo
can be purchased upon the mot niaona
bte term for cash ot short credit. They
pay particular attention to flour, feed and
provision generallj , which can be had' at
their elab!ihmeni alkali time, or deliver
ed to the purchaser upon short no. ice, as
they keep a horse arid wagon for that pur
pose. THEIR STOCK OF DRY GOODS
is calculated to suit the people aid the
times. They have everything commonly
found in country stores.
Country Produce will always be laken in
exchange for Goods and the regul ir jnar
ket price paid for the same.
J B.& R. KNITTLE.
Conyngham. May 14, 18C2.
Eifate of Henry G. Milter, late of
MiJJIin twp., dte'd.
JOTICE is hereby given that let ers'tes-
Mamentary on ihe estate of Henry G.
Miller, late of Mifflin township, Columbia
county, deceased, have been granted by
the Register of said county, to John H.
Heller, residing in the township ard coun
ty aforesaid. All persons having c aims or
demands agair.st the estate of tfe dece
dent are requested to present there to the
Execntor for settlement, and those indebted
to the estate to make payment .orthwitb
to the nndersisned.
JOHN H, HETLER, Etecutor.
Mifflin, May 7, 1862 6t.
Administrator's rVot ice.
Estate of Philip Ilarlman, late of S ait town
ship, Columbia county, deceastd,
ETTERS of administation on i ho estate
cf Philip Hartman, late of Sc?u town
ship, Columbia county, dee'd, have been
granted, bv the Register of said county, to
Henry T. Reily, who resides in he town
ship and county aforementioned. All per
sons having claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent, will preient them
to the administrator for settlement and those
indebted to the estate are req tested to
make payment immediately (otae under
signed. HENRY T. RI.I LY,
Scott twp. April 30, 1862. ' Admr.
Jl ? isses and Ladies' Congreei Gaiters,
Childrens Fancy and Comqion Shoes,
low as can .be bought elsewheie, at the
Cheap Cash Stcre ol L. T. SHABPLESS, :
Bloomsbnrg, May 14, 1862. 4?
' OF UNSEATED LANDS.
AGREEABLY to the provisions of an Act
of Assembly, entitled an Act directing
the mode of selliog Unseated Lands for tax
es, and for other purposes, passed the 13th
day of March, 1815, and the farther sup
plements thereto, passed the 13th day of
March, 1817, 25th day of March, 1821, and
9ih day of March, 1847, the Treasurer of the
county of Columbia, hereby gives notice
to all persous concerned therein, that unless
the Co , Road, School.Poor and Slate Taxes
due on the following tracts of Unsealed
Lands, situate in Columbia connty, are paid
before 'he day of 6ale, the whole or such
parts of each tract as will pay the taxes
and costs chargeable thereon, will be sold
nt the COURT HOUSE, in Bloomsburg,
county of Columbia, on the 9th day of June
1862, being the second Monday, and to be
continued by adjournment, Imrn day to day
for arrearages ol taxe due said county, and
the cost accrued on each tract respectively.
Warrantees or owners.
80 John Young & Co.
372 Andrew Clark,
4o0 Sarah A. Cauflran,
25 Isaac Davis,
, 35- do do
90 Anthony Davis,
100 Benjamin P. Frick,
209 John Graeil,
150 Mann & Roat,
87 Elias Miller,
100 George Nungesser,
100 George Noyer,
63 Franklin Shuman,
40 Moses Schlicher,
200 Peter Yohe, dee'd,
J25 Lewis Filger,
200 William Stewart,
200 William Grey,
41 Jesse Bowman, 9 93
4 Seth B. Bowman, 121
180 Christopher Bender, 2 78
277 Lewis Bender, 3 99
427 Nathan Beach, 12 94
28 W. J. T. Clemm, 3 38
10 Philip Freas, 2 42
50 John Freas' estate, 9 08
150 Andrew Freas, 4 51
90 Gilbert Fowler, 2 78
64 John Parkerson, 1 94
35 Dauiel Seybert, 1 n9
7 do do 25
SCO Joseph Sharpless & others 18 15
90 J. H. Young s estate, 2 37
140 Daniel F. Seybert, . 4 25
320 George Ashtou, 96 00
394 Peter Dehaven, 78 80
331 Joseph Jordan, 65 ou
376 Caleb Lowndes, - 1 12 80
398 William Miller, 79 60
39 William Porter, 77 80
310 Daniel Rpese, 68 68
109 Peter Smith, 21 80
4 Richard Turns SO
372 Whiteman, 74 40
337 John Warner, 7 40
382 John Young, 76 40
277 Robert Jordan 84 70
285 Andrew Porter, 87 15
170 Thomas Ruston 12 24
30 Mary Ruston 38 76
303 Lewis Walker, 92 65
34 Johnston Beasley, 78 33
100 George Beckham 40 (
30 Thomas Barnes, 2 40
384 Thomas Htitzhimer, 78 33
3S4 Robert Hiltzbimer 235 04
34 William Shannon 235 04
250 Axon Wickershatn, 51 00
3 Division A., Martiu Lands, 1 77
120 do B, do do 72 00
35 - do C, do do 21 07
441 EbeuezerBranham 134 88
100 Peter Baughner 20 40
429 Joshua Beam, 44 6y
406 John Young 4141
112 John Huston 6 72
joll36 Paxton, Kline & Sharpies 3121
100 Jacob Trien, 6 00
100 do do 6 00
20 37 6-10p. Foulk & Treston Retreat,4 10
111 119p. A Item us & Co.
!7-16Sain'l S Allemus, 10 22
9-16 J. Anspach jr. 13 12
5 Samuel Achenbach
b Benjamin Ailebach,
4 Jacob Bond
7 .William Fritz,
3 J;.cob Good
8 George llarman
9 Emanuel Lazarus,
10 Elias Reese
16 Solomon Helwig
26 Schmich & Rrobst
40 Jeremiah Fmcher
80 Elijah Reynolds & Co.
140 William Buckalew,
200 Frees & Hoffman
250 Michael Lemons
41 Edward McHenry
60 William Patterson's estate
113 Abraham Yoang,
267 Dauiel F. Seybert,
25 John Covanhovan's estate
59 Isaac A. DeWitt,
59 James DeWitt's heirs
100 Samuel C. Longshore
14 Robert Montgomery's estate
50 George Reese
28 Jeremiah Whitson
25 William Park,
30 Nathaniel Campbell
100 Robert Montgomery's estate 15 25
50 George Ddls
400 Elias Colder & Co.
5 Abraham Hidler,
21 McCall's heirs
400 Newhard & Golder
60 William Stephens
200 Thomas Billington
55 Samuel John
54 do do
30 William Sayers
153 Wright Hughes,
iof200 Mary Myers
ioM90 Daniel Reese
iol200 Mary Ruston
of200 Charlotte Ruston
of200 John Reynolds
ioflOO Thomas Ruston
jof200 Mary Myers
4ofl90 Daniel Reese,
iof20C Mary Ruston
iof200 Charlotte Boston
iol200 John Reynolds
ioflOO Thomas lioston,
18 George Brown
27 Jacob Hartzel jr.
10 Marshall G. Kinney
3 Geo. Longenberjjer
20 Abraham Masteller
20 Peter Miller,
175 George Nungesser
209 JacoD Schweppenheiser
80 Peter Yohe's estate, ,
S00 Thomas Lemon,
"40 William Ellis
127 Robert Montgomery's estate
8 William Ginales,
400 Boyd & Paxton
17 Henrr & Jacob Baunian
.14 Benjamin P. Frick , ,7 33
35 Jeremiah Fincber, 1 83
32 George Lonsenberger 6 78
10 Henry G Miller, - 2 12
100 C. F. Mann, Eq. 7 OR
69 Isaiah Snuman 3 67
24 Joshua Webb 2d, 1 69
10 Samuel Boone. t 52
11 William Beers 52
45 Samuel Melick 2 68
. 29 John Melick 1 72
8 Peter Bellas sr. 1 04
100 Mathias Appleman 7 98
18 Thomas Davis' estate 1 92
80 James Lookard 8 60
21 Lewis Schuyler 2 17
30 Samuel Snyder 2 19
116 Vallershamp's estate 12 46
50 Peler Baughner " 3 09
60 Thomas Barnes jr. - 3 70
100 Part of John Huston, 6 18
165 Isaac Lindville 5 06
137 Daniel Levari, sr. 6 18
50 Jacob Trien 3 09
195 James Buckalew 10 56
20 Benjamin Cole's heirs 1 54
205 Goas' Eslalft 1 1 22
64 Conrad Hess' estate 7 04
400 John Lockard 16 50
73 Aaron Lewis l 98
2!0 Robert Montgomery's estate 13 64
200 do , do il 00
17 Lemuel Roberts, 2 20
23 Sarah Jane Roberts 3 08
50 James Shnllz 5 50
47 Abraham Young 5 50
275 Bloomsburg Iron Co. 10 20
150 William Stephens 4 IS
30 Wm Montgomery 2 61
Bloomsburg, April 2d, 1862
TREASURER'S SALE CF REAL ES
A GREEARLY to the provisions of the act
of Asemblv, entitled an Act to reduce
the State debt, ike , parsed the 39h day of
April, 1844, the Treasurer of the County ol
Columbia hereby gives notice to ail per
sons concerned therein, that nrde-s the
County, road, school, poor and Stat Tax,
&c. due on the following real estate situate
in the cwuniv of Columbia, are pan! before
the day of sale, ihe whole cr such parts ol
each as will pay the charge and cots
chargeable thereon, will be sold at the
Coon House in Bloombur-j, co. ol Colum
bia, on the 9ih day of June 1862, being ihe
Srcond Monday, and to be continued by
adjournment from day today for arrearages
ot taxes due county and the coms ac
crued on each respecitu 'iy.
O WNERS OR REPUTED OWNERS
lean. Doh. Cts
Kinaton Coal Co, 1
Elizabeth Ritlt-r 2
Hiram W. Thornton 1
Lydia Wanii h.
John V. Criswed 2
Mann Baldv &Criwell 2
Franklin, Stewart &. Co. 2
T. M Hubble
Jotin Baliard's heirs
(jeorsf" A. Frick
Charles S. C'.xe
U iiliam McKelvy
E D. & J. R. Swattwont
Samuel F. Headiey
David K'-ners estate
3$ Abraham Culp
30 John Johr.f'on
Mictiael B iwer
John Ander-on's est.
Lewi-! Brigg's estate
A. Deiterich & Torby
23 Cy ru Fox
Juba A. Cronlev
2 lo.s James Hampton
11 Samuel C. Lou;-hore
Henrv C. Hess,
J. R, Morris
135 & Hot J. Covanhovan's est
1 Joseph Fausey
Chatr.berlm & Sowns
Win Ed car
John H. Parker
Thos Stackhouse sr.
David & A. Smith
I Samuel C. Longshore
John Johnson one
Daniel Shultz's estate ' 1
John Sweeny '
PSoonifburg Iron Co. ' one 1
Lavina Golder. '
JAMES S. McNINCH, Treas'r.
Treasurer's Office, 1
Bloomsburg, April 2nd, 1862.
COAL Oil. Ardesco Coal Oil lor sale,
12 cts. per quart, by
JOHN K. G1RTON.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 26, 1862.
Important to House Owners.
Important to Builders.
Important to Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmers.
To all whom this may concern, and it concern
JOHNS 4- "CROSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUITA PERCH A.
The Cheapest and mot til ij ul,..,
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New and Old Ilools of
AH kinds, sieep or flat, an I to Shingle
Roofs without removing the Shir.gles.
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD
TH T OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
This article has been ihornngly teded it1
New York City and all parts of the United
States, Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on Buildings ot ali
kind, such as Factoties, Foundries Church
es, Rail Road Depots, Car-, and on Public
Buildings generally, Government Buildings,
&c, by the principal Builder-', Architects
and other-, during the past four iear, and
has proved to b the CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING m use; it N
in every respect a fiire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
Ihn is the ONLY material manufactured in
the United Statet which combine! the very
desirable proertie- of Elasticity und Dura
bility, which are uni vwrsaiiy tick iKAvleo-ed
to be possessed by GUTTA PERCHA an I
INDIA RUB HER.
iVo Heut is rtquird in making appli
cation. The expense of applying il is triflnins with
ordinary Roof tan be covered and fin.
ished the some day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BV ANY ONE,
und when finished foims a pi 1 ferity Fre
Proof surface, witn anela-itlc body, which
cannot be injured Dy Heut, Cold or Storms
Shrinking of Roof Boasds, nor any externa!
a.;ti on v ha evtr.
LIQUID GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
For Coa'ini; Meials ot ail Kinds when ex
posed to the action of the Weaiher and
Fur Prenerviuir and Impairing Mttal
Roofs o f all Kin ds.
This is the only Composition Known
which will successfully reci-t extreme
change of climate-, for any lenutlt of time,
when applied lo me'als, to which it aithcre
firmly, torming a body equal 10 thre coats
of ordinary paint, co-is much U and mil
LAS 1' 'J Hit EE TIMES AS LONG ; and
Irom its platicilv is not injured hy the con
iraoion ot TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
conequeut upon sudden changes of the
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR IUTN
IN WARM WEAIHER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Me'al Roo can te
readily repaired wi,h GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor
ro"',oii aiirt hiak 11:2, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water light Roof for many years.
Thi Cement is peculiarly adapted for ihe
pre-erva'iou of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges. Sates, Asricc.ltoral Implements, &c ,
al.-o for reueral mannlactorer ne
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and o'her
Metal Roots or every description, Irorn i.s
great e!aiicity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion oi Metals, atsc wil:
not crack in cold or run in varm wealher.
These material are adapted to all cli
mates, and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom any i arl of ti e roonlrv, at thori
no-ice, for GUTTA PERCH A ROOFING in
roll-, ready picpared for usp, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, with full
printed directions lor application.
We wdt wikitihcitd and S'lttf.iclory arrange
tnrils vri'lt rf.yf-jMi'.' le puties uh) would t'ke lo
(.(ahlnh i!.tiiich.es ina Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can ive abundant proof of all we
claim in iavor of our improved Roi.nng
Materials, have ap.jlie.1 them in several
thousand Roofs in New York Cilv and vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
J Thole a ale Warehouse 78 William St.,
Comer ol Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices wii!
be fiirni-hed on application.
October 16, 161. ly.
rt OCTOK THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
sen J loall wh.i wi-h it (free of charge)
the Recipe and full direction for makir.s
and using a beautiful vegetable Bdm. tl,a!
wilj effectually remove Pimple, Blotches
Tan, Freckles, kt-., kc, leaving the skin
smooth, clean, and beautiful ; a!o full di
rections lor u?in-i Pela'reau's celeLraied
Stima!tnt. war-anied to start a f;.i! growth
ol Whi-kers, r a Mustache, in les than
thirty day s. Either of th- above can be
obtained by return rc.aii, by addressing
fwith s'amp for remrn po-Usie) DR
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chetn
iM,8Sl Broadway New York.
January 15, 162. 2m.
rp HE CON FESSIONS and EXPERIENCE
1 of a UFFERER, Publihed a-a wi.ni
inr, atid lor the e-pecial tenelit of Younj
Men ar.d thr- wh snffr with Nervou-D-biiity,
Loss of Memory, Premvture D--cy,
&c, Uc, fee, by one who has cured
himself t y simple means, af er beiru pet
to arent exper.se and inconvenience,
through the use of worthless medicines
prescribed by learned Doctors.
Single covmp- may be had of the author,
C. A LAMBERT, Esq , Greenpoint, Lonjj
l-Iard, by ei'ci'i-ina a poKt-paid addressed
et,vei..p. Addrs CHARLES A. LAM
BERT Eq , Greetipoiut, Lung ' Island,
Jdnuary 15, 1862 2m.
Kollor k's DandeUou CoCYf.
THIS preparation, ma.le Irom the best
Java Coffee, is recommended by nhyician
as a upcrtor NUTRITIOUS B EYE RAGE
for General Debility, Dyspepsia, and ail
biliom disorder. Thousands who have
been compelled m abandon the use of cof
lee w ill ue this without injuri'ms effects.
One Cin contains the. strerjih ol two
pounds o! ordinary roflVe. Price 25 cetns.
K0LL0I K'S LEVAIX,
The purest and bei BAKING POWDER
known, for making light, sweet and nutri
tious Bread and cukes. Price 15 cents.
M inufactin i by
M. H. KOLLOCK, Chemi-i,
Corner of Broad and Chestnut Streets.
Or And sold by all Druggists and Grocen.rj
February 25, 1862. ly.
ESTATE OF ALE.U Z1APR, VECD.
Letters of administration on the es'a;e of
Alem Marr, bite of Scott ip , Colum
bia co- nty, deceased, have been graded
by the Register of said county (o Peter Eot,
residing in Light Street, township and coto
ty aforesaid. All persons having claims or
demands against the estate of the decedent
are requerted 10 present ihem duly authen
ticated to the administrator for reitienisnt.
and those indebted 10 ttie estate will make
payment forthwith to
PETER E T, admr.
Scott, May 2S:h, 1862.
FRIENDS ASD RELATIVES
ISravc Soldiers and Sailors,
4 tt) $jms&m
AM who have Friends ati RelaMres in
the Army or Navy; hon!d take especial
cre,ihal they be amply supplied with ihese
Pills and Ointment ; and Where the
brave Soldiers and S;iilors have neglected
lo provide Ihem.elves wiih ihein. no better
present can be sent them by the ir friends.
They have been proved to be the Soldiers'
never-iaibnu-lriend in the hour of need.
COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING
Will he. reliAVPit a wl oiT,.i.!ln ...,.,. k..
using thefe admirabl-f medicines, and by
paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pol or Box.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OK AP
PE1 H E, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
Those feelings wliich so sadden uSjUsoal
ly arie from trouble, or annoyances, ob
structed perspiration, or ea'ing and drink
ing whatever is unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the ben!(lifi,I action of the hver afid
stomach These organs rn osi tie relieved
it you deiie to be wall. The Pii'.s, taking
according to the printed instructions, will
quickly produce a healthy action in both
liver and stomach, ami a a natural conse
quence a tlear head and i;ood appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DEBl'lITV lvntrrpn
- -- -- - v A-
BY OVER FATIGUE.
Wi!! Foon dt-appear by the ue of thes
invaluable pills, and the soldier will qniek
iy aerjiiire additional urerutn Never let
the bowels be either confined or un Inly
acted upon. Ir may seem t-tratige that Hoi
loway 's Piiis ehoukl Le recommended for
Dy sectary and Flnx, mat y persons Mtppo
mi.2 'hat they would mcrea-e the relaxa
tion. This is a preat n.i-iake, for these
Piil will correct ti e liver and Homach
and II. ns remove all the acrid humors from
tieKysen.. Thin medicine will giv tone
atid vigor to 'he whole ori?nnirj s em ho-.v-ver
deranged, whild hea'il arid sirenuth
lolk-v us a matter ol course. Nothing will
stop the relaxation of it e bowels to ure as
tbi-i famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION ! IND1S
CRET10N OF OUIH.
Sore nr.d Ulrers, Blotches and S-.v!!ings
can with certainty be radically cured if the
pills are t?keu nihi ar-d Torninj and ihe
Ointment be freely u-d as sated in lit
primed intrnctio is. If treateil in any oth
er manner they dry cp in one part lo break
out in another. Wnereas this Ointment
will remove ibe humors frotfi ihe system,
and leave the Patient a vigorous and heal
thy man. It will require a li:t!e perseve
rance in bad eaes to insure a lasting cure.
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED
BY THE BAYONET, SABRE OR THE
BULLET, SORES CR BUUISKS.
To which every Soldier and Sailor ar II.
ab'e, there are no medicines s afe, ore
and convenient a Hol!ofay's Puis and
Ointment. The poor wounded and almost
dying suhVrer might have his wounds
dres-ed imme liaielv, il he would only pro
vide himelt with this matchless Ointment,
which should be thrust into the wound
and smeared all rouud ir, tl-er. covered with
a piece of linen from his knppsack and
cotn,re-sed with a handkercheif. Tfikitig
night and morning C or S pills, 10 coul the
-.0 r.J prevent itifl jma'ioi.
Everv Soldier's Knap-ack and S.ea.nan's
Chesi shul.( be provided wim these valua
CAUTION ! None sre gnnine cnles
tbe words "Holloway, New York and Lou
don are iliscernaLIe as a Wa'er-maik in
every leaf of the bo r k of directions around
each pot or box : the same, may be plnioly
seen by holJiog the leaf to the light. A
handsome reward will be give:) lf any one
reiu'ering such information as nny lead to
the detection of any party or pur.ie coun
terfeiting tne medicines ot vending the
same, knowing inem 10 be spurious.
Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
Hoiloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all raspectable Drosits and Dealers ii
Medicine, I'iroualiiiot Xl,e civilied wotM
in boxes -t twemy five cents, sixty tvvo
cutis and otie dollir each.
There is consi lerable saving by la
kinj the larger sires.
N B Directions for the gu lance of pa
tients in every disorder are atlied lo eacti
April 9th l62. !y.
(OF JERSEYTOWN, PA)
yTHE std'M titer would resj sctlully ap
pri-e hss Iriend- and the public gener
ally, ' i 1 a : he his e.-:.ibliihed the
MADISON Ml HOUSE,
in Jersey tow n, Columbia county. Pa. The
above house has lately teen Ki fi'teJ and
un d-r3one a ihcrough repairitm by the pro
prietor He is fully prepared to entertain
the traveling cti'to'i) as well h the local
w ith ueneial i-ati-laclion, Hi- TABLE and
BAR, are well -nppiied an w id be careful
ly t-upei;i!teuded. And his STABLE is am
ply and w ell ntneked, in charge of careful
jronin, will always be properly attended.
CeT He. invites a share of the public cue
torn, and pledges his besi ftlorts, to help
his guests feel al heme.
SAMUEL RIM BY.
Jerseylow-n, Jan S, 18C2.
Executor' m rVoticc.
Estate of Christopher Ihlkr, Ute of Mjli.
lavpnship, Col co., deceased.
FETTERS testamentary on the estate cf
J Christopher Heller, late of M.fTliti iwp.,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granied by the Register of Columbia coun
ly, to SiiTiUel Helier, residing in Hollen
bark town-hip, Luzerne county. Al! per
sons indeb-ed 10 said e-iat are requested
to call and make immediate payment, and
thoehaving claims or demands will pre
sent them prcpeily auihei'ticatud for ettle
meiil to the uiiilersined.
SAMUEL HELLER, Executor.
January 8, 1S62 6t.
,TOTICE is hereby given that letters of
J' adruinistration on the esta'e of Henry
D. Miller, la'e cf Maine town-hip, Colum
bia county, deceased, have bee.i granted by
the Register of said county to Jo-eph Mas
telier of Maine townh!p and Nathan Lon
senberger residing i Union township,
Schuylkill county., Ali persons indebted
to the er ate of the decedart nie requested
to make payment to tbe sdmir.htraicra
forthwith, and those having claims will pre
sent them du!y authenticated fir Ule
meut wiihout-delay to
JOSEPH MASTELLER, )
NATHAN LONGENBERGER, j am9'
Maine to-xrehip, May 21, 1862.