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STAEOF THE NORTH
Wednesday 3Icrnic?, jDne lltli, ISS3.
A 10DCr GOOD WOOD 13
cSca on subscription.
wanted al this
Thc Boabd or Relief had a meeting at
their cfike, in this place, on Saturday last.
Doe notice will be given loj the next meet
ing. ' v.. .
Thx Tseascrxb's Sale of unseated and
seated lands of ihi county came off at this
place oa Monday last. There were quite
a number of tracts sold for the taxes. The
land owners hare been a little more negli-.
gent in jelatioa to their taxes this term than
heretofore. The taxes amounted to several
We understand that an "upstart of a lad"
delivered a harangue, on Friday evening
last at Irondale, on the war, its results and
its progress. Informant says, at times he
would undertake to abase the President and
"embairan the administration" until he
would observe his bearers becoming rather
indignant, when ' he would immediately
turn the, scale and commence lauding the
Chief Magistrate to the skies. He should
have a ' commission" to travel the State
and deliver his address. ' -
Ths late heavy rains have interfered with
the running of the (rains on the Caltawissa
Railroad quite materially. For two days
we were without a Philadelphia mail at this
place, after which time arrangements hav
ing been made to get the mail by some
other route, we are again ia daily receipt
ol our paper. The trains, we arejnformed,
on the Cattawiaa road, will not be allow
ed to pats over the entire route for several
days. Many of our roads throughout the
State have suffered serious damages.
Dakjti. W. Robbikb requests os to notice
that be has fecieved a fresh supply of liq
uors, of various kinds and of the very best,
at bis establishment in this place, all of
which he will sell' lor cash only, or its
equivalent. He hm a first class article of
liquors, and must self, as there are no bet
ter in the county, nor any to be had at
more reasonable prices. He can sell by
the who!ea!e or retail. Farmers and coun
try landlords would do well by dealing with
him. Ail kinds ol choice liquors on hand,
in large or small qaantitie.
Practicing Physician, tike many other
men, dependeut on the public for their
support, should, to "their own interest as eu and de-cribed as follows to wit: on the
well as maintain the good feeling of the ; w6' nd norlt' by ,arJ of Rudolph Situ
people genera'ly, be Jo.th to speak d.sre- f ",an' ""n l!,e V-' ud b" '
r r J i r I-hii: fitter. rn;it ninn itmni nna him.
specially, politically or otherwise, of their .
" "Li i . : . : i ' i
ueiKUUors tnu lenow viu.etin. c nuo (
there are no such men in the county, ai
though it tra intimated to us the other day
that there lived a prcfesaonal man in the
North wesi part of this county, who does
meddle in politics and about the affairs of
bis neighbors, rather much for h"w own in
!rest. This may be a mistake. ; and we
Knn t ia inr It ia tint ri.'ht for am' man lo
thus engage himself, much less a pr ofession-
'man V -n- -v,-, ,
A Uttlx Giul nosra e have been
informed that, on Friday lait, a little daucb-;
lerof Mr. John Watcks, ol this p!ace, acci-
dentally fell in Fihir.gcreek, near Irondale,
while plaing on the bai.k of the creek,
with some other children, and was drown-
eJ The body has not yet been fouDd, al-
though di-ienl search ha been made
The wa'er was very high the creek near'y
bank full at the time, and the body may
bavt been carried nut m o the river, a dis
tance of some two miles. There re no
very great obstructinns in the creek to hin
der tbe body Irons going to the river. . Il is
a little doubtlul whether it ever will be
found. The child was in the filth year of
its age. This is a sad warning lor parents
to endeavor to keep their children from this
creek. . - , .
We acknowledge thereceipt of the Cnm
tun Ban Ma, published at Fredericksburg,
Va., sent as by one of our ywong friends in
the army Isaac Hartman. It is printed,
ery neatly, on paper something similar to
our brown wrapping paper the proprie
tor not being able to procure white paper
Its tone is "Union," of course, and it would
appear that its editor always had been a
friend to the Union, but at one time was
compelled to be otherwise. ,We read bis
editorials with much interest, and were
made acquainted with many thinga io rela
tion to the rebellion that we did not under
stand heretofore. We will select an article
or two from its columns for our next Star.
Oar young friend has the best wishes of tbe
editor tor his future welfare, and may be.
with al! others, live to return to their homes
to enjoy the fruits of their hard labors.
We understand that some of cor friends
3 Cattawissa, wha ara so extremely fond
ef people cf the "colored persuasion" that
(bey want the General --Government to boy
them, were veryv indignant at an article in
Jast week's Star showing op their abolition
Union sliding propensities. One "public
fnnrtinnr'' who has had a taste of Gov
ernment pap, small, bat suitable for a bbe
(in the woods,) was valorons enough 10
talk about banging os to a lamp-post, but
he was discreet and cowardly enough to do
Lis blowing on his own dung-hill (a good
word, saving the presence of the really
patriotic people of Cattawissa.) Another
thought oor ofSce sbonld nt stand over
Sunday. Tnis is Wednesday, and we are
fcappy to say onrself and family are well.
Still another, who has grown grey ia the
service of several parties, more bold than
tbe rest, came to Bloomsburg and made
known bis heart-bantings. It took him just
thre miaates by the watch. An original
Secessionist, r; who in days of yore let
"lostosr County "siiJe," to ths great dia
gtss t of his vnion-lozing friends in Columbia,
fcas been giving these new hands in Catta
wi?a tha tenet of his experience. ;
We',1, friends, have it your own ay;
tn'y don't htlp us to pay for your alricans,
tir.i d:x'i tsar down tha Stab cies. Don't !
XTrwt? I'cthixT, tvart that t.cet '
THE advertiser havTFlg been restored, to
health in a few weeks, by a vary simple
f remedy, after having suffered years with a
severe lung affection, and that dread dis
ease Consumption is anxiou to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of
To all who desire it, he wilt send a copy
of the prescription used free of charge,
with the direction for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sure cure
or Consumption Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
The only pbject of the advertiser in send
ing the Pr-sscripMO! i9 to benefit the afflio
ted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and he hopes eve
ry sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost tLetn nothing, and may prove a bless
i"g. . ...
Parties wishing the prescription wtl I
please addrejs Rev 'EL A. WILSON ,
Williamsburg, Kings county, N. Y.
May 21, '62. 3m.
- A CAUD to young Ladies and Gentle
men. The subscriber will send ffree of
charge to all all' who desire it, the Recipe
an.3 direction! lor making a simple Vege
table Calm, thaf will, in from two to eight
day-, remove Pimples, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, Sallow ties nd all impurities
and roughness of the Skin, leaving, the
same as Nature intended it should be
sott, clear, smooth and beautiful. Those
desiring the Receipe, w'uh full instruc'ions,
directions, and advice, will please-call on
or address with return possae,J
THOS F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New York.
May 21, '62 2m.
E&tate of JSath m Gieenwalt,',late of Stoit tvcp ,
Coumli i co . deceased.
fMOTICE i- hereby given that letters of
administration on the estate of Nathan
GreenwaU, late of Scott townshid, Colum
bia county, decea-ed, have been granted
by the RegWter of said county, to John
Sterner, residing in Bloomsburg Columbia
county. All persons having ciatms or de
mands agaiuM the estate ol the decedent
are requested to make them known to the
administrator, and those indebted to the
estate will make payment immediately to
JOHN SIV'RNER, Adair.
Bloomsburg, June 4, 15-62.
rY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
" icsued out of the court ot Common
Piea- ol Columbia county, will De exposed
to puMic sale at the Court House in
Bloomsburg, on Saturday the 28 h day of
June 1862. at two o'clock in the alter, oon
taid diy, the foliowiug real esiaie to
Kit . I - m m .
Ail tna' certain met oi land, situate in
M atne towofhij, Columbia county, bound
dfe , aK, Ililieiy .hx a,e- be lbe uiime
i i . . .
n.re it ic"fs, wnereon are erecteo a goo.i
' two ttory. fro me dwelling bouse, and tank
ba-n, wiih the appurtenance
Seized taken in execu'ion and to be sold
as uie wrupeny of Isaiah Srurnan.
JOSIAH H. FUKMAN,
SherifTV Offire, ) Stierul.
Bionmshtirs, June 4. 1862.
$150 BEST PIAAUS. 150
i , ,
movt-d io iheir new wareruom,
llTC. 473 23.0 A ID 77 JLZ9
t w ow preparej lo irfer lhe puk),,c A Bu;
ii. flcent ne w sc de full
j 7 CclaVC StOSeWOOC PiilllO,
j C0l4ta . j, a; improve jeni known in this
I cin-n f y vr F.urope, o er-siruiig b-s,
j Frcm h rrand action, harp peJat, lull iro.
f - it
';" "r' ,ul
St so cash,
Warraated for 5 Years
Rich moulding cases.
175 TO $200,
ali W9 rran.ed made ol the bet seasoned
i tnatHrial. un Jjo stani betiir than anv fcold
lor S4(JQ or J500 by the old methods ol
manufacture. We inviie the ret Jnfig
to eamine and f these new itiHruinenti.
and we ftatid ready at alltimeto tesliiiem
with any others marjufaetured ia taicoun-
l y GROTESTEEX & HLC,
478 ISroadway, IVcw York
June 4 h 1862. 3in
READING HAIL BOAD.
GREAT Trnnk Lne from the North and
North-west for Philadelphia, New
York, Reading. PoltsviilLebanoa, Allen
town, Kas'on, &c , &c.
Trains leave Harri-burg for Philadelphia'
New York, Reading, Pottsvilie, and all in
termediate Stations, at 8 a. M. and 1.40 p. M
New York xpref leaves Harri.bnr at
1.25 a. M. airlvuig ai New York at 8.25 the
Fare lrorn Harrisbnrg: to New York
$5 00, to Philadelphia S3,25 and S2,7t.
Basgage checked lhrooh.
Reiurnins leave New York at 6 A. M. 12
Noon, and 8 P. M. (Pittsburgh Expre-s.)
Iave Philadelphia at 8 A. il. and 3.15 P
Sleeping ctra in the New York Express
Trains, through to and from Pittsburgh
Passengers by tbe Catlawis.-a Rail Road
leave Port Clinton at 4.45 A. AI. tor Phila
delphia ami all intermediate Station, and
at 3 00 P. M. for Philadelphia, New York,
and all Way Points.
Trains leave Pottsville at 9 A. M. and
2.15 P. M. for Philadelphia and New York,
and ai 5.30 P. hi. for Aubnrn ar.d Port
Clinton onlyt connecting for Pine Grove
and with the Caitawissa Rail Road.
An accomodation Pasenier train leaves
Reading at 6 A. M. and returns from. Phila
delphia at 5 P. M.
1ST All the the above Mains run daily,
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30
A.M. and Philadelphia al 3.i5 P. M.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, and Ex
cursion Tickets, al reduced rales to and
from all points
G. A. NICuLLS,
June 4th iS62. '
LEATHER ! LEATHER !
iHE undersigned woulJ announce, that
he has on hand, at his Hat and Cap
emporium on Slain street, Bloomsburg, an J
assortmeHt 01 uifierent kind 01 leather, uch
as fine calf skins, morocco, red ar.d black
and linings, all of which he will sell cheap
er than can be had elesewhere in this mar
ket. Call and examine them tor yourselves.
JOHN K. GIUTON.
Eloomborg, May 21, 1862. , ,
COAL OIL.-Ardesco Coal Oil tor sale,
12 els. per quart, by '
JOHN K. GIRTON.
, Blocm.barjj. Feb. 2S,I8$2.'
LIST OF DEALERS,
IN COLUMBIA COUNTY,
- FOR THE YEAR 1862.
F Goods, VVares, Merchandize, &c.
Distillers, Brewers, Eating House Keep
ers, within the county of Columbia, return
ed and classified in accordance with the
teveral acts of Assembly, by the Appraiser
of Mercantile Taxes of said county as fol-'
lows, to wit :
VENDERS. CLASS. DOLLS.
Blooinsbum Iron Company 8 30 00
McKelvy, Neal & Co 8 30 00
HCiil VV Hanmsn ll 15 00
S H Miller & Ejei 13 10 00
A J Sloan 13 10 00
LTStiarp'es J4 7 00
Jerernih J Brower 14 7 0C
David Stroup 14 7 0C
John K Girion .14 7 oc
David Lowenburg 14 7 0(
Elia Mendeuhall 14 7 Of
Dr P John 14 7 0t
John R Mover 14 7 0C
Ephrairn P Lutz 14 7 0(
Geo M H.geubuch 14 7 OC
B Stohner 14 7 o(
A M Rupert 14 7 0(
Oliver A Jacoby 14 7 (X
Siinun CStiive 14 7 0('
M8 Amelia D Webb 14 7 OC
Joseph W Ilendershot 14 7 0(
Jos Sharuless Found ryStove14 7 0(
PhilipS Moyer Stovaa 14 7 0(
F Fox Confec'ioner & Baker 14 7 01
Bowman StOwen n 15 oi)
Abraham Miller ll )f OD
Jackson & Woo.lin J2 12 5'
Peuhen H Nicely 14 7 0)
Ja.-kson & Wooden Foundry 14 7 0)
Abraham Miller Drugstore 14 7 0)(
A P Evans J B Dodon, Ag't
Drug Side 14 7 0)
Le i Kirtz 14 7 0)
C B SeetholtZ 14 7 03
i Parvin Masters 14 7 03
1 Samuel Heacock 14 7 00
j Hiram F Everett 14 7 0)
I Mrs H A Cole 14 7 00
I Franklin Shoman 14 7 03
Emanuel Friedman 14 7 03
John Sharpless 13 10 CO
! Jee K Shariie4 13 10 03
J S Brobst ,13 10 00
Geo Hughe & Son Stove 14 7 CO
S D Rinard Stove 14 7(0
Jacob il Crea-y 14 7 (0
Levi Keiler 14 7 C 0 '
CW McKelvy & Co 14' 7 (0 j
William John Voye, Britan
nia wares, &c 14 7 i0
Gilbert II Fowr 13 10 (0
E W M Low & Brother 14 7(0
Jcnb Spoiifcler 14 7(0
C H Hes k Co 14 7(0
C F Mill 14 7 no
I) Jv Sloan 14 7 tu
Mr M GorMll 11 10 (O
Jonathr: J Hoagland 14 7 (tt
J B & R Kiiiule 14 7 (0
Dniel McHenrt- 14 7 )0
George M Howell 14 7 00
E & A A P Unanst 14 7 DO
B Arnme'man 14 7 )0
So'omon Bu-s 14 7 t)0
George blasters &i Sou 13 10 00
John Le tn 14 7 )0
Jacob Schuj ler 14 7 30
Bei jiiutfi & Charles Eves 14 7 30
M G & W H Shoemaker 13 10)0
Cbrie Neyhard 14 7 )u
J-c-b Hams 14 7 00
Cyrus Ree. 14 7 00
Wahi- gttin Yeager 14 7 CO
Jacob Yeager 14 7 00
Abmham Rira 14 7 CO
Mark WiliiituD 14 7 00
William T Sbnman 14 7 00
Retghard 6t Nas , 14 7 00
Neal McC. y 13 10 00
Miller Si-her 13 10 00
C &: W Kreamer 12 10 00
Creay & Brown 13 10 00
Reuoen .wilier 14 7 00
W Biitenbender & Co 14 7 00
La7.aru & Fisher 13 10 00
A B S;ewrt 14 7 00
William Fritz 14 7 00
A Coleman Merchant Tailor 14 7 00
Isaac N Kline 14 7 00
Jcdah Cherrington II 7 00
Pe:er Ent 13 10 00
H W Cre .sy & Bro'her 12 12 50
William Peacock Drug Store 14 7 CO
Samuel A Wnrman 14 7 00
B F Reishart & Btothei 14 7 00
C S Fowler & Creveling 13 10 00
David Whitmyer 14 7 00
I & T Crevelmg 14 7 00
H M Fuller S L Bettle, Aa't 13 10 00
Jese R Penninitnn 14 7 00
Rohr McIIenry Benton II 15 00
Edger & McHenry Fishing
creek II 15 00
Richard Piumer Bloom II 15 00
Reuben Miller Bnarcreek 8 25 00
MiesMxry Barkle Bloom 14 7 00
Mis-e Harmana do 14 7 00
Mis E J Wilson do 14 7 00
Mrs A P Fowler Scott 14 7 00
Mrs A J Bras Berwkk 14 7 00
William B Koons Bloom
J W Henderhot
Frederick Nicely Berwick
Henrv Lohman Centre
Samuel Kostenbader Cattawiesa
Connor & Brother Montour
W Bi'tenbender &. Co "
John D Kromer Mifflin
All persons who may feel aggrieved
th above classification can have au op
porttmity of appealing by calling oponhe
undersigned at hi office, (Star of the Forth
Office) in Bloomsburg,, any time 011 r be
lore the I9th day of June, I8f2, or at the
Core misi-ioners'. office in Bloowsburg, . on
the 19lh o! June, after which no peal
will be heard. WM. H. JACOBY. ;
May 21, I8R2.
large assortment ol Ladies' Gaiters just
received al SI 00 and SI 25 at
snfa Kjimnral Boot. Will b
very low. ' Also. Boys Shoes, al i i
' . L. T. 5HARFLESS.'
G Iiia AT .EXC 1 TEilIFNT
LARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE
CEIVED, AT the Store of Daniel McIIenrv , in Still
water, Columbia county.,
The undersigned would respectfully in
vite the citizens of Fishing Creek and the
surrounding country, to 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 Caps, of
the latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the
most approved mke ; also, a lot of excel
lent Keady-ITIade Clothing.
together with a good assortment ol Ves
tings. His store is welt filled with Goods
ot every description. His
are not surpassed by any Store in the conn
try. His Hardware Department bas not
SCITIIES, RAKES. O0ES, SHOVELS
&c, are coni-tantly kepi on hand ; aNo,
Spikes and Nail- ; in short, everything us
ually found in First-Class Store.
Stillwater, May 14, 1862.
fi rem wood Seminary.
MMIE Spring Term of ihi- lnstilotion wi )
-I- commence on the 7th of April next.
The Principal will be assisted bv able
instructors, and as ample lacili'tes will be
afforded to qualify S'uilent lor teaching,
for buines or for a more ex'enive course
in literature, a liberal shsie of . partronaae
is ayain solicited.
Pupil who do not come from home, or
are not put under the chae o' near rela
tives, must board at the Seminary, and be
subject lo the regulations thereol. They
must provide their own lowel and hae
each article of clo'hing distinctly marked.
Eleven weeks corstitute a quarter and
there will be a vacation of about six weeks
in rr, id summer.
Boardina, washins and Tuition, with
furnished rooms, will be $25 per quarter,
or.e half payable in advance.
Tuition alone io Common branches, 55 00
" including advance Algebra
maihernatii-s his'ory &e. 6 00
in Latin, German or French
earh extra 1 OO
For further par: ictilar address
WM. BURGESS. Principal.
Millville. Cni co.. F'eh. 26. IR62:
QCAI1TI-RLY of FASIIIOXS,
CHEA T 1 M PRO YEMENI'S I
rtHE Snrnmer Number will rontain f inr
larse and splendid Fahion Pi'es,' three
Full Sized Patterns, compricLiij; the new
Frerirh Wait, and elegant t.ee, and a
Mis).e Sack, together with neaily 100 en
gravings of ali the novehiea lor Snrnmer
b'nnts, Cloaks, Trimming. Children'
Dreses, etc., Valuable information 10 Mil
Itners, Wress makers, mothers, and ladies
2nerally. presenting the largest and hest
Fashion Magazine in the World, published
47 Broadway, and sold everywhere at 25
cents, or sent bv rnail pct Iree. on receipt
ot the amount, Yearly SI wi h the follow
ing valuable premium.
Each jesrly subscriber will be entitled
to the selection of 50 cents worth of plain
patterns, from the designs in the Dook, or
trom the show room, or they may be order
ed and sent by mail any time during the
year, by paving the po-tae.
RSplendid inducements to Canvassers
The summer number will be ready on or
about the In of May.
April 30th, 1852,
niRRUI FOR THE a7lO.",
And I. I'. bmple J,r beHp ;a.h Mare."
NEW GOODS I GREAT BARGAIN'S I
THE undersigned is just receivinsr a new
siipt lr of good, fresh from the citie of
New York and Phil'a and is prepated to
sell them at Reduced Prices.
Calicoes from 7c to 12i?, the best at 12jc
some of which cost 15c. Dre Goods ;
Chsllis, Lavellas, Gir.shams, Muslins, Ken
tucky Jeans, boy's Cassimeres, &c, &c,
Ladies' Shoes and Gaitors, in grett rari
riety of style pnd quality. A good heeled
Gaiter for 62jc, and an excellent Congress
for Si ,00 A kid heeled Lace Boot lor 81
and upward ALSO, the Hi?h Cut Palmo
ral Lace Boot for ladies. Ladies' and Chil
dren' Skirts, Linen Handkerchiets, &c, at
a very low figure.
Best Stone Ware Se f 4.00. &c Hominy,
Dried Peaches, Mackerel, Chees, Lemons,
etc. Good Syrup Molasses froT 50 to 60c
a gal'on Sugars, lower than recently sold,
from 8c to 13c, the latter price for bet
white. Coal Oil as low a anywhere.
CsTAn examination of ih good is soli
cited. Come and see for yourselves, that
the Cafch System is preferable 10 any other.
Grain arid country produce taken in ex
change for Good by
L. T. SHARrLESS.
Bloomsbnre, March 26, 1862.
KKW ARRIVAL OF -SPRING
O ifh tfh W7) f
SLH 4JP Vi' LUS KJ
JIT PETER ENTS STOllEl
In Lizh! 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 !
Hia stock consists of Ladies Dress Goods
choicei styles and lit'eM fashions.
CARPETS, SUA WS,
CASSIMEKS. S ATI NETs, -COTTON
Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines. Drugs,
Oils, Paint, &c, Boots and Shoes, Hats
In hort everything niaally kept in a
oonntry store. - ;
The patronage of old friends, and the
public public generally, is respectfully so
licited. Tbe highest market price paid for conn
try produce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, May 7, '862. ;
wHOES in variety at the cheap cash Store
O oi ; L. T. SHARPLESS.
Look to your Interests !
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
; SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
fJlHE subscribers have just returned from
the City with another large and telect
assort ment of
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 elsewhere in Bloomsburg. Their
L.adic' Dress Goods,
of tbe choicest styles and latent fashions.
CS tT CD C9 CD IP CZ SS9
Hardware, Qaeenaware, Cedarwa'e, Hol
lowware, Iron, Nails, Roots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, &c, &c. In short, everything
usually kepi in country stores; to which they
invites the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
MILLER & EYER.
Ploomsbnrg, April 30, 1862.
Dissolution of l'ariiicrship,
IVOTICE ig hereby given that the co-part-nership
heretofore existing between the
firm of D. C. & G. A Herrinz in the repair
ina and boat building business, at Centre
ville, Columbia county, was dissolved b
mutual consent on the 1st day of April 1862.
The booki remain in the hands ot the jun
ior member of the firm, (G. A. Herrine) fr
settlement; who, alo 'ei2ns contir.uinfr,
the bnine in all is branches a? hereto
fore. He returns thanks for past patronage
and solicits a continuance of he ame.
C. D. HER KING,
GEO. A. HERRING.
Centreville, April 30. 1862.
jVTOTICK t hereby given thai letter of
administratton on the estate of John J.
Hetler, late of Mifflin township, Colombia
county, deceased, have I een granted by
the Reiiitr ol said county, to Michael B.
Heller, who resides in Mifflin township.
All person having claims or demands
aC-iinM tre cta'e ot the decedent are re
quested to present tlum for settlement, snd
those tndebteJ lo make payment without
MICHAEL B. HETLER. Admr.
Miflltn tp, March 26, 1862. 6w.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
flHF nndersiened wou'd moM respect"
" tully annonnce to the ritizene of B'oonis
burs and vicinity that she l,a JJl receiv
ed from the eastern -iii her ,
Spring L Summer Millinery Cootfs,
all ol which she i prepared to mskeCr-a
and sell at a very reasonably low rij t"
nre. Her H-ortmnl of cnods are a
Utile superior in point of durability as well
as tatefu!ne, to an y offered in ihi seciion.
She return ihank for tre libeml pa'r-n-ace
she bas received, snd repectty!y so
licits a continuance of th- nie
MARY BARK LEY.
Bloonbur2, April 23 1862.
ai:v ISA i: IS Ell MIOE.
Opposite the Court Hawt and next door to
THE nrider;gt:ed, respectfully inform his
friends and cn-iomer- that he has opened
A New Carbcr Sbop.
In Court Hou-e Alley, next door below
the Office of the Columbia Democrat, where
he will be hvppy to wait upon all customer,
and from long experience and strct a!tn
lion to bniness, he hopes to merit and re
ceive a liberal share of public patronaae.
Ali thing6 here done in rfecenc and
in order." THOMAS BROWN.
Bloomfrhurar, March 5, 1H62.
ItlOICC IjSCITIAii il!VS!
YOBKTOWN CAPTURED !
The Rebels Retreating!
THIS IS GLORIOUS NEWS!
OUT tbere' is still more important and
valuable news to the citizens of Con
ynsham and vicinity, in Columbia coon
ly. It i that J. B. & R KNITTLE have re
reived new. good snd established a S-ore
in the place above named, where gooti.
can be purchased upon the mot rearna
ble terms for cash 01 short credit. They
pay par'.icular attention to flour, feed and
provision general) , which can be had at
ineir e!ajhmeui at all titles, or deliver
ed to the purchaser upon short nonce, a
they keep a hoise and wagon for that pur-po-e.
THEIR STOCK OF DRY GOODS
i ralcula-oi to suit the people and the
lime. They have everything commonly
found in country stores.
Country Produce will always be taken in
exrhar.se for Good and the regular mar
ket price paid for the same.
J. B. & R. KNITTLE.
Conyngham. May 14, 1862.
Estate of Henry G. JlJiUer, late 0
Mifflin twp., dte'd.
JVOT1CE is hereby given thai letters'tes
Umeniary on the etate of Henry G.
Miller, late ofMifllin township, Columbia
county, deceased, have been granted by
the Register of said county, to John H.
Hetler, residing in the township and coun
ty afore.-aid. All persons having claims or
demands agairt the estate of the dece
dent are requested to present them to the
Executor for settlement, and tho-e indebted
to the estate to make pay maul forthwith
to the undersized.
JOHN II. HETLER, Executor.
Mifflin, May 7, lt52 61.
Ad 111 i n i 1 ra I or' Notice.
Estate of Phi ip Hartman, late of Scott town
ship, Columbia county, deceased.
LETTERS of adrninistation on the estate
of Philu Hartman, .late of Scott town
ship, Columbia county, dee'd, have been
granted, bv the Register of said county, to
Heoty T. Reily, who retides in the town
ship and county aforementioned. All per
sons having claims or deJiand against the
estate of the decedent, will present tbem
to the'adminis'.rktor for Rettlement,and those
indebted to lbe emate are requested to
make payment immediately to the under
signed. HENRY T. REILY,
Scott fwp. April 30, 1862. Admr.
Misses and Ladies' Congress Gaiters,
Chtli'rens Fancy and Common Shoes,
low as can be bought elsewhere, at tbe
Cheap Cash Stcre of L. T. SHARPLESS,
Bloornsborg, May 14, 1862.
Important fo House Owners.
Important lo Builders. ,.
Important to Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmers.
To alt whom this may concern, and it concerns
JOIIXS 4- "CllOSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUI TA PERCHA.
The Cheapest and most dutleRoofitn g
in use '
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied lo New and Oid Roofs of
Al! kinds, steep or flat, arid In Shingle
Roofs without removing the Sh'msle.
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD
TH T OF TIN, A N D IT IS TWICE
This article has been thuronsly tested in
New York City and all parts of the United
States, Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on Buildings ol all
kind, snch as' Factories, Foundries Church
es. Rail Road Depots, Cars, and on Public
Buildings generally, Government Building,
&c, by the principal Builders, Architects
and others, during the pan four year, and
has proved to be the CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use ; it i
in every respect a fiire, waier, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
Jhn it the ONLY material manvftctured in
the United States which combines the very
desirable pro4iertie of Elasticity and Dura
bility, which are universally acknowledged
to bePosesed by GL'TTA PERCHA and
Ao Heat is required in making appli
cation. The epense of apply ing it is triflninc with
ordinary Roof can be covered and fin.
ished the fomt day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANYONE,
end when finished forms a ptrfedly Fi-e
Proof txnfice with an elastic body, which
csniioi le injured by Het, Cold or Storms,
Shrink irg of Roof Boards, nor any external
ati on w ha'evs-r.
LIQUID CUTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
For Coa'ing Metats of all Kinds when ex-
pod to the action of the Weaiherand
Fur Prcserrivg and Ripairing Mttal
Roofs of all Kinds.
This is the only Composition Known
which will successfully reit ext'enie
change of climates, for any length of time,
when applied to meals, to which it adheres
firmly, lormini a body equal to three coats
nf ordinary paint, eots moi h le-s snd will
LA S r J H R E E TIM KS A S LONG ; and
from its elasticity is not injured by the co-i-trcticn
of TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
c.Mi'pquent upon sudden changes of the
It wil! not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT
I-kj I'm and other Metal Roof can te
readdv repaired nh GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor-ru-ion
an lekinj, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water 'iphi Rnof for nr.any year-.
Trn Cement is peculiarly adapted f'ir the
pre rva ion pf Ircu Railings, Stoves, Ran
lies, Safes, Agricultural Implement, &c ,
al-o for eneral mnintactnrer n-e.
GUTT.4 PERCH.i CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Mul Rnt or every description, from its
great ela-iicity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion of Metals, and will
no crack in cold or run in Tartn weather.
These -naterinU are adapted to all cli
mates, and e are prepared to sopply or
ders trom any part of tf.e country, at short
no-ice, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
roll, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, with full
printed direction for application.
We Vill mnlulViernl and tatifuctory arrange
ments vith respmi'jle ptitte trki would bke to
ei(ablth themteltiet ina Lucrative and Peroja
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can aive abundant proof of all we
claim in favor of our improved Roofing
Materials, have applied them to several
thousand Roofs in New Y'o'k City and vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 IHUiam Si..
Cornerof Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be f;irni-hed on application.
Oeiolerl6, 161. ly.
TOCTOK THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
spoJ toall whi wih il (free of charge)
the Recipe and full direction for makir.e
and uirig a beautiful vegetable Blm, that
will effectually remove Pimple, Blotches
Tan, Freckles, Lc, Lr., leaving the kin
smooth, clean, and beautiful; alo full di
rection lor using Pelatr-au's celebrated
Stimulant, war-anted to s'art a full growth
ot Whikers, rr a Mus:ache, in less than
thirty day". Either of tht above can be
obtained by return mail, by addressing
fwiih siamp for return pntase) DR
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chein
iet, 83 1 Broadway New Y'ork.
January 15, 1862. 2m.
n HE CONFESSIONS and EXPERIENCE
1 of a SUFFERER, Publi.hid as a warn
i"g, and for the especial benefit of Y'oung
Men and thns who sufiVr uitb Nervous
Debility, Loks of Memory, Premature De
cay, tc, kc. &c, by one who has cared
himself by simple means, af er being put
10 S"at expense and inconvenience,
through the use of wor'hlesa medicines
prescribed by learned Doctor.
Single cooieu may be had ol tha author,
C. A. LAMBERT, Esq , Greenpoir.t, Long
Island, by enclosing a pos'-paid addressed
envelope. Adtres CHARLES A. LAM
BERT. F'-q , Greenpoiut, Long Island,
January 15, 18622rn.
Kollock's Dandelion CcOYe.
THIS preparation, made Irom the best
Java Coflee. is recom.-nended by physicians
as a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE
for General . Debility, Dypepia, and all
bilious disorders. Thousands who have
been compelled. (o abandon the ue of cof
lee will ue this without injurious effects.
One can contains the strength ol two
pounds of ordinary roffee. Price 25 cents.
The puren and beM BAKING POWDER
known, for rnuking light, sweet and nutri
tious Bread and cskes. Price 15 cents.
M. H. KOLLOCK, Chemit.
Corner of Broad an.i Chestnut Streets.
ES" And sold by all Druggists and Grocers. J)
February 26, 1862. ly.
ESTATE OF 4 LEU XAPR, DECD.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Alern Marr, late of Scott up , Colum
bia cocnty, decea-ed, have been granted
by the Register of said county to Peter En!,
residing in Light Street, township and coun
ty aforesaid. All persons having claim or
demands against the estate of the decedent
re requeued to present them duly authen
ticated to the administrator for settlement,
and those indebted to the estate will make
payment forthwith to
v PETER ET, ad tar.
Scott, M J 28!h, 1862.-
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
OF TH B
13 rare Soldiers and Sailors
A!l who have Friends and Relatives in
the Army or Navy, sSonld take especial
care,that they be amply supplied with these
Pills and Ointment ; and where the
brave Soldier and S ii lop have neglected
lo provide themselves with then, no better
present can be sent them by their friends.
They have been proved lo be the Soldiers'
never-failing-friend in the honrofneed.
COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING
Will be relieved and effectually cured by
nsing there admirable medicine, and by
paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pot or Box.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT Of AP
PETITE, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
Those feelin gs which so sadden iiSjUsiial
ly arise from trouble or annoyances, ob
structed perspimion, or ea ing and drink
tug whatever is tin wholesome, thus dis
tnrbing the healthful action of tbe liver and
stomach These organs m nst be relieved,
if yon desire to be welt. The Pill, taking
according to the printed instructions, will
quickly produce a healthy action in both
hver and stomach, ami as a natural conse
quence a clear head and good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED
BY OVER FATIGUE.
Will soon dieappear by the ue of lhese
invaluable pills, and the so'.dier will quick
ly arqoire additional siren.'tn Never let
the bowels be e'.ther confined or nndoff
acted upon. It may seem strange that Hol
loway's Pills should be recommended for
Dysenlary and Flux, many persons suppo
sing thai they would increase ife relaxa
tion. This is a great mistake, for these
Pills will correct the livet aid stomach
and thus remove all the acrid humors from
thesjs em. This medicine will give tone
and vigor to the whole organic syvem how
ever'deranged, while heahh and strength
lolloiv as a matter ot come. Nothing will
stop the relaxation of the bowels so ture as
ihn famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION! INDIS
CRETION OF YOU1H.
Fore ar.d Ulcers, Blotches arrl Swellings
rjan with certainty be ridirally cured if the
pills are teken night and morning and (he
Ointment be freely ced as sated in the
printed instructions. If treated in any eth
er manner they dry np in one part to break
out in another. Whereas this Ointment
will remove the htimori from the system
and leave the Patient a rigorous and heal
thy man. It wilt require a !i;t!f? perere
rauce in bad cases lo insure a lating cure.
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED
BY THE BWONEr, SABRE OR THE
BULLET, SORES OR BRUISES.
To which every Soldier and Sai!f-r are li
able, there are no medicine o safe, sore
and convenient as Holinway's Pt'ls and
Ointment. The poor wounded and almost
diog sufferer might have his wounds
dressed immediately, if he would only pro
vide himelt with thi ma'ehle Ointment,
which should he tbruM into tfe wound
and smeared all round it, t!;ei covered wi:h
a piece Af linen from hi knapsack and
empre?-sed wi-h a hanilkerctieit. Taking
night and morning 6 or K pill, to cool lha
sysm and prevent inflama'ion.
Every Soldier's Kfiapack an I Seaman's
Che-t shul-( be provided wi;h these valua
ble Remed ie.
CAUTION ! None sre genuine t:r.Ies
the words "Holloway, New York and Lon
don are discernable as a Wa'er-rnatk in
every leaf of the bonk of directions around
each pot or box : the same may be pininly
seen by holding the leaf to tne light. A
handsome reward will be give:i to any one
rendering such information a may lead to
the detection of any party or pan coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the
same, kin wing ihem to f-e tparious.
S id at the Manufactory of Professor
Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York,and
by all rpec!ab!e Druggist arid Dealers ii
Medicine, throughoot the civil-zed world
in boxes at twenty five cents, sixty two
cnts and one dolUr each.
JEW There i considerable saving by ta
king the larger size.
N B Directions for the guidance of pa
tients in every disorder are atfi to each
April 9ih 1862. ly.
(OF JERSEYTOWN, PA)
yiHE sub-criter would respsctfully ap
prise his friend- and the public gener
ally, that lie h e-iaDli-hed the
MADISON JH HOUSE,
hi Jerseytown, Colunr.bia county. Pa. The
above house has lately been -fitted and
undergone a thorough repairing by the pro
prietor. He is fully prepared to erertain
the travelling euto?n as well as ti.e locl
with geneial sati-dai-lion, . His TABLE and
BAR, are we'd supplied and will be careful
ly superintended. And Ids STABLE is am
ply and well storked, in charge of careful
groom, will always be properly attended.
CSP" He invites a share t l the pub'ic cus
tom, and pledges his best eriiriJ, to help
his guee-ta feel at home.
SAMUEL RIM BY.
Jersytown, Jan 1S62.
Estate of ChwUflur Ildler, hte of Mifjli
totenshp, Ccl co., deceaftd.
IETTERS testamentary on the e-state cf
Christopher Heller, late r.f M.fflin twp..
Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted by the Register of Columbia coun
ty, to Samuel Heller, residing in Hollen
back township, Luzerne eou.ity. All per
sons indebted t said estate are requested
to call and make immediate payment, and
those having claims or demands will pre
sent them prcpeilv autherticatod for .ettle
ment to the undersigned.
SAMUEL HELLER, Execuior.
January 8, 1S62 6t.
rtTOTICE is hereby given that lener of
administration on the es'a'e of Henry
D. Miller, late of Maine township. Colum
bia county, deceased, have been granted by
the Regisier cf t-aid county to Joseph Mas
teller ol Maine township and Nathan Lon
genberger residing in. Union town-hip,
Schnylkill county. All persons indebted
to the ena'e of thedecedei t are requested
ti make payment lo the admihitraiois
forthwith, and those having claims will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settle
ment without delay to
JOSEPH MASTELLER, ) -
NATHAN LONGENBERGER, J
Maine toweship, May 21, U62.