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STAR OF THE NORTH
Wednesday Sornins, JqIj 23rd, 1863.
Icsocratic- Cocaty Convention.
TUDTICE Is hereby given, thai the Demo-
cratic Electors in and for the several
Boroughs and Election District of Colum
bia county, will meet ai their respective
places of holding said Elections
On Saturday, the 23 J day cf August,
Between the hoursof3and7 o'clock. P. M ,
of laid day, for the purpose ol choosing
Iwo. Delegate from each Election District,
to meet in COUNTY CONVENTION, at the
Com House, in Bloomsburg
On. Monday, the 25fA day of August,
At one o'clock P. M., of said day, for the
purpose of making the usual Democratic
nominations, to be supported by the Elec
tors of Columbia county at the ensuingGen
cri.l Election, and for the transaction of
oth er bar iness pertaining to the interests of
tho Democratic party. .
W. H. JACOBY, Chairman.
A. J, Albkrtsom.
J. B. RoBBlNS,
John M. Num.
Thc Court advertisements for September
Term wilt be found in to day's Star.
Sex advertisement in another colcmn of
Signer & Co.'a Letter '"A" Family Sewing
Machine, the very best machine in use.
The "Miltonian" says the rebel General
Jackson, called "'Stonewall," is a son-in lav?
of the Rev. Dr. Junktn, formerly of Milton.
The University at Lewisburg will have
itt commencement exercises on Wednesday,
ar d Thursday, July 30th and 31st.
The Danville Democrat says Capt. John
Hibler, of that place, ha not been captured,
at. was soma time since reported. Good
fat that. ,
Thc citizens of Williamsport hare ap
pointed a committee, whose duty it id to be
al the depot on the arrival of trains from the
Jiuth, to aid sick and wounded soldiers
who are on their way home.
The Printer a valuable typographical
jmrnal has been received for July. It is
published for the special benefit of printers,
by John Greason, Eqr. in New York.
f'rice, one dollar per annum, in advance.
. D. V. Mover, who taught a school in this
place last winter a year ago, was mortally
grounded in the late fight belore Richmond
lie was an intelligent young man, and a
farmer correspondent of our paper. He
j ave up his lile in a noble canse. Peace to
, Oca farmers have been very busy during
Inn nasi tV0lr in nsrracfinrr fhair nrain
Top. The harvest is later than usual, and
in consequence of so much of the grain be
ing "lodged'' more time is required than
usual to gel it off.. The crop is said to be a
'rery fair one, and with a few days more ef
l.be same fine weather we have haf for a
week past, it will all be safely housed.
Lieut. R B. Ricxktts left this place on
Tuesday morning last on his way to Virgin
ia, to join tys Battery. He has been home
some two weeks or more visiting his friend
and recruiting his health. Lieut. Rickeits
is a capital officer, and ia spoken of . in the
highest terms by all who know anything of
bis abilities and bravery. Lieut. Brockway
reattached to the same Battery, Captain
Mathews, and both are Columbia county
Lieut. Isaiah Robison, son of our towns
man, William Robison, arrived at his fath
ers, a few dajs ago, from Virginia, for the
purpose of recruiting his health, which is
rather delicate. Me entered the service
some lima last summer, with a company
from Hazleton, Luzerne county, and has
been actively engaged in the army ever
since. His appearance is that of a fine
looking officer. Success to the young sol-
Sergt. A. G. Thornton of Light Street,
who is a member of the Hurley Guard, Cap:.
Frick.has been permissioned to- recruit men
for the company to which he belongs.
This company is attached to the84:h Penna
Regiment, lying near Alexandria, Va. We
hope Sergt. Thornton will be successful. and
raise men sufficient to bring the company
op to its original . number. Capt. Opp is
home on furlough, near Mur.cy, recruiting
for his company, which is in the same reg
Teamsters Returned. Some five or six
of our young men returned home, in this
dace, a few days ago. from McCleilan'a
army, where they had been employed for
several month past driving team. 1 hey
managed to get discharged, procured their
cah, and came home, apparently satisfied
that hauling stores and forage in the face of
an enemy was not quite as safe a business
as ihey would prefer.
W have several subscribers to the Star,
ia this place, whom the sentiments of the
paper do not suit, yet they will continue
to receive it, as it affords masses ol their
kin an opportunity to see and read it. They
will flock together and hear it read ; some
will borrow it, while other send it to
their friends of the fame known u persua
sion " ThuatheSTAR is extensively perused
read and arted. The person who edits it
is denominated a " sympathiser," " seces
sionist" and "lory," all of which is done
whhin their own circle. This certainly is
-consoling to thens it is a guaranteed right
they eejoy, ahhoogb al the same time rna
kin3 tie selves aeceanubla for the abnse
of ceh ruhu
IsaacS. Mosros was a Delegate to the
Peoples', Republican, Union, Loyal League
State Convention, which met at Harrisburg,
on the 17th inst. We presume he met his
friend Forney and received some instruc
tions as to the managing of the coming
campaign in this county.
The Peoples' Union Republican State
Convention assembled al Harrisburg last
week and nominated Thomas E Cochran.,
the present Auditor General, for re-election,
and William S. Ross, of Luzerne, (or Sur
veyor General..- This ticket ill not be
heard of aftet the October election it stards.
not the 6hadow of a chance for an election.
The people in thi section are going to sup
port Mr. SienKer for Auditor General ; and
Mr. Barr for Surveyor General. They will
De triumphantly elected.
The Republican of this place advertises
through its local column for a Minister to
preach disloyalty to a small secession
squad'' in thi place. This kind o: Minis
ter the Republican need not search far nor
wide to find. But we would advertise for
one who will preach the Gospel, take his
text from the Bible, and not make abolition
stump speeches, as many of our Ministers
now-a-days are in the habit of doing They
miss their --calling' when ihey make p
litical harangued in the pulpit. It is said
and believed that these political preacher
have done as much as any other set ot men
towards bringing about the present state
of affairs, a d their war sermon only tend
to whirl the nation farther into perdition
Thb Ctaxu. -tl is believed that the cir
cus will not be as largely patronized as here
tofore. The people are contributing their
s spare funds to the noble purpose of snpply-
I ing the wounded soldiers with necenrv
1 clothing- bandages. &c. and the nvmoa-
thies of all are awakened to the solemn
circumstances which surround them Thi
is a day of tribulation not of joyous sport
and frivi'oos past lime In this time of
ceatft and distress the minds ol all. both
old and young, are turned to the grave and
the bed of death and misery away Irom the
domestic hearth stone awv from the gaze
and care ol thoe endeared by the fondewt
ties of kindred and "social affection.
THE advertiser bavins been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a vwry simple
remedy, after having suffered year with a
severe lung a fleet ion, and thai dread dis
ease, Consumption i anxiou to make
known to his fellow-sufferer the mean o
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used free of charge. 3
with the direction for preparing and uing
the same, which they will find a sure cure
or Consumption. Asthma, Bronchitis. &c
The only pbject of the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is to benefit ihe afflic
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 them nothing, and may prove a blessing-
Parties wishing the prescription Will
please address Rev. E. A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings county, N. Y.
May 21. ?62. 3n.
A CARD to ouug La.lies and Gentle
men. The subscriber will set.d free of
charge to all all who desire it. tbe Recipe
and direction for making a simple Vcge
table Balm, that will, in from two to eight
days, remove Pimple, Batches, Tan,
Freckle, Sallowness r.nd all impurities
and roughness of the Skin, leaving t:e
same an Nature intended it bhould be
soil, clear, smooth and beautiful. Tho
desirii g the Receipe, with full instruction,
direction, and advice, will pleae call on
or address with return postage. J
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New York
May 21, ?62. 2m
THE confessions and experience of a
sufferer. Publi-hed as a warning, and for
the especial benefit of Yming Mn, and
lUose who snfjer with Nerv u Debility,
Loss of Meniort, Premature D 'Cy,
by one wiio lias cored himself bj simpie
means, after being put to sMat expense
and inco-i vwniene. ihronuh the use ut
wtrriles niedicn.e preiribed by parn-s!
Dortorv Single c pie- may be tii ot ihr
author, C A LAMBER1 e(j Gre-ii. t-iM.
L'nii" l-Uiul, by encJosi i-f a po-t-p-id h1
dre envelope. ,dlre-e
CHAS A. LAMBERT. Eq ,
Gf eeo pv.ii:! Loriii l-l.ill 1. N. Y.
My 21. '62 2m.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE ,
rfKEDI I ORS, a. d other per-o.. mieie-
le.t. Will tAe noiir, lllat ttie hint, r-
sanel. An-tiior appoinie b ihf O'c' ti -Court
rf Colu'iibia count), to seiilw ant
adjust the ra'es and proportions f l'ie
eis cf ihe E.-taie of Beiijmm Hmu,
dee'tt., in ihe hands nf Solorcoit Neyria'-1
hi adiiiini-tra or, to aiiu Mrnnj the rieili
tors of the said decesei!, a(rriiinj io Uw,
will attend to the iltsrhare ol hi- dutie-.
at hi office, in Blooinaburg.iu sai- nnttj ,
on Saturday, the Sixteenth day ot Anau-t.
A. D. one thoo-and eiah1 lmiirjd
sixty-twojt ten oVIock, A M.,fjhe cou
firiraiion ol the fir.-t Auditor' Ke ort ha
ing been taken off by the said Court, an '.
the said report re-rommitte I io tie -m i
Auditor, when' ard where all per-on
interesievt are reqoe ed to prese r Mieir
claims t'j tne Auditor, or be debarred fr
coming in lor a share of the iil -f.ei.
W. WIRT, Judttor
Bloomsbnrz, Jnly 16 '62. 4t.
Estate cfFmhk.'in Longenberger decanted
LETTERS of adrninisia'ion on theiate
of Franklin Lonaenberger late nl Co
lombia county, dee'd, hve been granted,
by the Reaister of said county, to VVni. K.
Longenberger, ol Beaver wp.. Cxi co .
All person having claims or de nam!
against the estate of the decedent, wilt
present them to the administrator for seitlen
en:, and those indebted to the estate are
requested to make payment immediatel)
to the undersigned.
Beaver iwp., July 9, 1862.
E. H. LITTLE.
OlSce in Court Alley ; formerly occupied by
cnaiies it. oucxaiew.
December 28, 1859.-tf.
$150 BEST PIANOS. $W0
, GROVESTEEN & HALE, having re
moved to their new warerooms,
1T0. 473 SKOADVf AIT,
Bre now prepared to offer the public a mag
nificent new scale full
7 Octave Rosewood Fiamj,
containing all improvements known in 'his
country or Europe, over-strung bass,
Freni-h grand action, harp pedal, full iron
Warranted for 5 Years.
Rich mouldii.ji caes.
$175 TO $200,
all warrHii ted made ot the befl sf-asrned
maieriitl, and to stand belter ttian any oht
tor 8400 or S500 by the old methoili of
mamuacture. We invito the t est Jn.iges
to examine and try these new instrument,
and we stand ready at all times to test t tern
with any others manufactured in thiscoun-
, y GKOYESTEEN & IIALK,
478 Broadway, New Yol k.
June 4 h 1862. 3m
READING HAIL ROAD.
SUMMER AH KANGISMEUiTY
GREAT Trunk line from the North and
Norm-west for Philadelphia, New
York, Rearing, Potisville,Lebanoo, Allen
liiwn, Easinn, &(5 ; &e.
Trains leave Hrrisbors for Philadelphia
New Yrk, Re lins. Pottsv.lle, and all in
termediate Sia.ions, at 8 A. M. and 1.40 p. M.
New York Expre- leave Harribur2 at
1.25 a m. w tri vini? al New York at 8.2) the
.ai.j iifr niiig.
Fure- 1 1 oik Harrishnrij: to Nev York
S5 00. io Philadelphia $3.25 ami 2.70.
Basji'Sie ctieked ihroush.
lieiurn'ma leave N-w York a 6 A ?I. 12
Noun. Mild 8 I'. M. (PlM-hlTiill Exp e-S.)
Le.-e Pmladelp', ia ui 8 A. M uim 3.15 P
Sleeping o; r in ihe New Yrk Exiefs
Train, ihrongh to and Irom Pishurgh
P...-i. -r lv t,e fa Ij is- . Rtli . RiM
. " . .7,: . . . . . a f i. . i
leave r.ll V.ii'ii Billon ii ' ""I..,!,; n ih. 1 . i..r.w.l Tl....
l-l.ia ail-' all inieru.e'tia'e M-i'on-.
at 3 00 P. M. lor Plniiilelphia Ne York,
un-l ail Wa Potm.
Tram-leave Puttsvilje at 9 A. M aid
2.15 P. M. lor Pr ilaile()tia a d Ne V'-'rk.
and a. 5 30 P. AI for Anborn ai-d Port
Clinlon only, c.onneeii.ia lor Pi"e '.Jrove
Hint witti ttie Caita vi-a Rail Ro.id.
An acconii daiion Pa-sender trin
Hert)iiiio at fi A. M and return Irom .inla
delphia at 5 P AI.
In? All the ihe above liains run
Su das excepted.
A Sundat iraui leaves Pn'ivil!e a
A M. ai.il Pt.i adei.ii.in at 3.i5 P M. .
CiMlimuialion. Alileaj;-., Sea-on all 1 E.
cursior. Tii ket, al reduced r;iie- t aia!
Irom ail points.
G. A. NICLL$.
General Superm ei am .
June 4th i862. -
A VOICE FROM
A 01CE FROM YOHRTOWS !
Let Facts Speak for Therns fives !
Head the foil win brief oo'e rpiv.l this
mornin" Irom one of our trave soldi r
Camp Winfield Seoit, rear Yo k'own.
THOMAS HOLLOWAY Eq.f
to Alaiien Lane.
May 1, 1862,
As there are none of "Holoway's
Pill" for sale hereabouts. I enclose an or
der, for which please send me the amount
in your very valuable Pills without Jelay.
If there is any postage or expressage de
duct il, and oblige
Yours trulv. in hate,
T. HANLY, Adjl.,
9th T Y. Cvalry.
Belore Yorktown, Va.
P S Your Pill are lamour for ihe Dys
erjiery, and have no douot that ihey will
,-rove a efficacious in Chills - an I Fever
ieie a tin y have in ottter division? of the
Mav 14. 1862.
HOUSE fflWjSSST FAIR;
l.l. Till tt.n ystjCst s L0
TUESDAY, v. ED.NES DAY. I Hl'RDA Y, ;
AND HRIOaY SKPI 2.1 3t, 4in & 5 h."
jrrl 1; e n nil. ti-e beer in n-e
It U fi' e-' aseii t l.u;e of iiiipiriil, t.-to. de.l
anil l.,i'le Mel I or.-o, It I lia-. t Ver heel.
-iidec-ed i'i hli" coiln r .
13?' The Lii ot i r-trriu'i aill be large
r 1 1 i: i n j as 'nun a- 2()(.
Liberal arrnaeineiits will be niade with
ifie .liffereul railroad companies.
Williamsport simaied in Me m uificerit
valley ot the Si'-qneitanna, nd nccesitle
by R-iilfal tro-n ail parisofioe Lf Siale.
is unii.ei.iU well niied lor thi exlii.niion
Ftller partifnlnr. will si.oitly te iiuen.
MamjVr- D. K Jak man. ; Her.t.c;
Eil ' ar.l l.oi, J N. ring". Hei.rv Drinker,
(i F. M.soo, Col. S G Hatlnay. J. H
Cuw.ten, Win. C'd-Jer
A E. KNAPI, Pre i.
W. F- Lo-an Clue! Mar-hall; H. E. Tay
lor, Trenne'; Genrue Si. DePni S'eo'y.
June 25, 162
NEW BlIXKSS FIKMt
'''HE lU'itersiai eil ie-pec iu ly inform
- iheir Irieiiils ami the putio generally,
iliai Ibey hve entered mt co-prtner.iip.
Mi.lert-e name,s e an firm ct MU.l.K.R
& EYER iii f e
in the l,Oi.i Arcade," in Bioomsburg., Co
lumria county, where hey inte id carrying
on the business of GENERAL W KRCHAN
DIZiNG in all it diver-ified br inches and
lepariiniiii, and io which fie tutite an
extension of the public pntrofia: e.
. S. H. MILLER.
Bloom. bura, May 15, 1861 f.
4 large assortmerd ol La-fie.. Gaiters just
A- received at Si. 00 and 31 25 at
L. T. SHAUPLESS.'
GI.EAT EXC ITEM FN T
LARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE
CEIVED, T the Store of Daniel McHenry, in Still
water, Columbia county.
The undersigned would respectfully in
vile the citizens ol 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 whirl he will sell cheaper than here
iftore His assoitment consists of
Hats and Caps, of
the latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the
most approved make ; also, a lot of excel
lent Heady-Made Clothing.
together with a good assortment ol Ves
ting. His Btore 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. HOES, SHOVELS
&c, are constantly kept on hand ; also,
Spike and Nads ; in short, everything us
ually found in First-CIa Stores.
Stillwater, May 14, 1862.
1 1 H E Spring Term of Ihi Institution wi I
I commence on the 7th of April next.
Ttie Principal will be assisted bv able
instructors, and a ample lacilitie will he
afforded to qualify S'iKtents lor learhu g,
for tiiMiiess or for a more exenive course
ii literunre, a literal stiaie of parlronage
Pupil- whr do not come from home, or
art not cut nri'ter the charu. o.' near Tela
t ! i v e. inii.i Kuaru ai Hie eo.lnar,
ivo. iiiii-t (MiMru at Hie eonnari, ami ne
i in ii si pro ule t heir own towels anti have
eai-h ariicle ol clmhiig di-lmnly marked.
Eleven weeks eors'ituie a quarter and
ihere will le a vacation ol about six week
in n id Slimmer.
Birl1iii!., wa'sliin and Tii'tion wi:h
inrni.-lied rooms, will be ?25 per qaar er.
oi e half 'aalle in advance.
Tuition alone in Common lrancl"e?, S5 00
" iiH'ludin; ailvaiire Algebra
mathematic his'ory &. 6 00
' in Latin, German or French
0, h extra 1 00
rut (urtliTir (Mr icnlar- address
VVM P.UKGESS. Pri..ftpal.
MillvilV. Col co. Ke'... 26 1862.
ITIme. I iiior-l'.
QIAUTEHLY MIUK0R of FASHIONS,
'HE Summer Nnmher will contain fonr
larje and splendid Fashion Plates, three
Ful: S;etl I'aiterns. com prisinw ihe new
F.eii. h U'ai-l, and elegant sleeve, and a
M's-e- Sick, ioe'her with nearly 100 eri
ravtnu ot all the novelties jor Summer
i li-Jiniets, Cloaks, Trimmings. Children's
; Dre-es, etc , Valuable inlormatiori io Mil
liners, ores makers, mothers, and ladies
generally. preanlitig the largest and best
Fahion Magazine in the World, published
47j Hroadtvay. and fold every vv here at 25
cents, or s.M bv mail f.cst free, on receipt
of ihe amount, Yearly $1 with Ihe lollow
ifi2 valcabie premium.
Each yearly snlx-crier will be entitled
'o Hie selection nl 50 cents worth ol plain
pattern. Iron, ihe de-i-jr-s it; the nook, or
mm tiie show room, or they may be order
el a"i sent by mail any time during the
year by p;titiji Ihe otase.
CI' Splerdid inducements io Canvassers.
The mi miner i-nmter will be ready on or
about the l-l of May.
April 30ih, 1852.
iirtmtu for tiil: imov,
A nd I. I'. hiirplef' "( bep :sh More."
NEW GOODS I GREAT BARGAINS I
THE undersigned is just receiving a new
! sup, It of goods, fresh fiom the cities of
j New York and Phil'a. and is prepated to
sell them at Reduced Prices,
i Calicoes from 7c to 12jc, the best at I2$c
some of which cost 15c. Dress Good. ;
Challis, Lavellas, Ginghams, Muslins, Ken
tucky Jeans, boy's Cassimeres, &c, &c,
Ladies' Shoes and Gaitors, in great vari
riety of style p.nd quality. A good heeled
j Gaiter for 62$c, and an excellent Congress
for $1.00 A kid heeled Lace Bool for St
'; and upward ALSO, the High Cut Palmo
j ral Lace Boot for ladies. Ladies' and Chi!
! dren' Skirts, Linen Handkerchiels, at
, a very Tow figure.
i Besi jtone Ware Sets $4.00. &o Hominy,
! Drieit Peaches, Mackerel, Chees, Lemons,
' ',c Good Srup Molasses from 50 io 60c
a "alion tnjrirs, lower tnan recently soM,
1 frn. 8c lo 13c. ihe latter price for be.-t
white Coal Oil aslow as anywhere.
i t"An exammaiion of itie goods is soli
J ci d. Cone and see for yourelve, ht
I ii.w P Kitwm in nrrii4hli' in uih nther.
(iia-ii ..'!! couulr) produce taken tn ex
L. T. SIIARPI.ESS.
B:..om-.rii March 26. 1862.
NEW AH I! IV I. OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
AT PKTtlR EN7-S STORK I
In Lijh? L"eet, Colu-nbia coun'y, Per.ua.
OAS jn-t received from PhiadelpiiM.
.lu.i i now opening at the ol I -iaii i
la -iV occu,ied t Martz & El. a splen
did a-sortii.eti, ol MEIi' HAND1ZE, which
-till b- -Old chea.. for
V,i OR I'OUNIiY PROI'LTCi: !
Hi- -lock i-oi !-i-ts oi L.iie Drt-!.- (li I-
.- nii-e-i S'isa-itl iaes rS!llOii
RK 0Y-M WE OLDTHING,
CASSIMKKS SATIN ET,
! elarware. Hardware, Medicines Drugs,
Oi!-, Paint-!, Slc, Boots and Shoes, Hals
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of old friend, and ihe
pub! c public generally - is respectfully so-
The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT. .
Lt-hr Sireet. May 7, 1862.
wHOES io variety at the cheap cash Store
B of L.T. SHARPLESS.
Look to your Interests !
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SPR1XG AND SUMMER GOODS,
MILLER 80 EYER'S.
rilHE subscribers have just returned from
the City with another large and select
1 assortment of
spring amrsiimnicr iooai
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 . Bloomtburg. Their
Stock comprises .
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of the choicest styles and latet fashions.
DRY G O O D S,
Hardware, Queensware, Cedarwa'e, Hol
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, &c, &c. v,.ln short, everythini
usually kept in country stores; to which they
invites the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
MILLER & EYER.
Bloomsbnrs, April 30, 1862.
Dissolution oi' Partnership,
jVOTlCE is hereby given that the co-part.
Anership heretofore existing between the
rlrrn of D. C. & G. A. Herring in the repair
ing and boat building business, at Centre-,
ville, Columbia county, was dissolved by
mutual consent on ihe 1st day of April 1862.
The book remain in the hands of the jun
ior member of the firm, (G. A. Herrina) for
settlement; who, alo designs continuing
the business in all its branches as hereto,
fore. He returns thanks lor paBt patronage
and solicits a continuance of ihe same.
C. D. HERRING.
GEO. A. HERRING.
Centreville, April 30 '862.
IVTOTICE i heietiy given that letters of
administrator! on the estate ot Iolm J.
Hetler. late of Mifflin township, Colombia
county , deceased, have teen granted bv
Ihe Register ol said county, to Michael B
Heiler. who reiide in Mifflin township.
All persons havina claims or demand
against the e-iaie of the dt-cedern are ie-
t quetet to preseni ih. m for set!leineii ntl
J those iciteb-ed to make payment wnhoni
MICHAEL B HETLER Admr.
M ffl t p . M urli 2fi 162 R a.
NEW MILLINERY GOODh.
'j'HE iimleri;i;ed would n.o-i reppecl-
fully announce io the citizens of Bloorris
bori! at'il vicmi'y that she ha jtn.t receiv
ed (mm the ea-'eri citie her
Spring & Suiamer Milliner Goods,
! ot winch she i jreiiarej io inakeV--
and -ell at a very reaor-aMy low flu (j
ore. Her a-ortm-- nl of tood- are a
little r-uperior iu point of dnralnlity as well
a- la-tefolr.es, to an iffered in ihi f-ec ioii
She returns thanks lor the liheial patron
age tdie has received and respectfully so
licits a continuance of the same
MARY BARK LEY.
Bloombnr2, April 23 1862.
iM:av e; ai:k;b;i: ssior.
Opposite Ike Court House and next door to
THE underigr.ed,repe:i(nlly inform hi
Iriend and cu-tomer- that he has open-d
A New Carbcr Shop.
In Court Houe Alley, next door below
the Office ol the Columnia Democrat, where
he will be h?pcy io wait upon all cu-iomer,
and from long experience and strct atten
tion to business, he hopes to merit and re
ceive a liberal share of public pa'.roriaae.
r?AW things here done in decenc. and
in order." THOMAS BROWN.
Bloomsbnrs, March 5. 1862.
Y0BKT0WN CAPTURED !
The Rebels Retreating:!
THIS IS GLORIOUS XEIFS!
OUT there" is still more important and
- valuable news to the citizens of Con
ynuham and vicinity, in Columbia coun
ty. Il is that J. B. & R. KNITTLE have re
ceived newgood and established a Siore
in the place above named, where goofs
can be purchased upon ihe mot reanna
ble term for cash oi short credit. Thy
pat particular atlenlion to flour, feed and
provi-ion generallj, which' can be had at
their eiablihmeii hi all limes, or deliver
ed I o tne purchaser upon short notice, a
they keep a horse and wajon for that pur
pose THEIR STOCK OF DRY GOODS
i calculated to soil ihe eo,tl and the
lime. The have everything commnnl)
lonnd in coun'ry slore.
Conntri Prulnce will always be taken m
exi fiar.je for Good-and ttie regular mar
kei price j-aid lor the -.tn .
J B & R KNIPI LE.
Conyngharn M y 14 l!52.
Estate of fhry ti. Mtiler, lute "J"
Mifflin twp.. ihc'd.
VOTIllE i' hereby glVMii 'ill' r.-ii
l.tuteiiiary on the e-taie .. Ilnrv (I
Miller, late of Mifflin :own-l.ij, t'olumbiii
eoi.niy, deceaeitl have beii rante-l r
the Regi-ter of said county, to Jo.'hi 1
Heiler re-i.fma in the towrdup aiid coun
ty afirea'd All p-r'n, bivoi-j i-laim- or
d-niand- ag4ii-i the estate of I'.e dec
dei)' a;e requested to pre-em I'tem t" ttie
Eecii!or lor set' lenient. .i;;d tho-e indebted
to i;e eiatrt to inke pa)tne'M lir-tiw ;;ti
lo the. undersized
JOHN H HETLER Executor.
Mitfi ii, M 7, lsii2--6i.
G ii It a Perclia Dlackici .'
IOR Boots, Shoes, Harness, Carriages,
and Military Leather Work.
This new ond excellent article excels
eveav thing ever before in use, for beauli
fying and softening ihe Leather. It make
a polish like patent leather: will not rub
off with water, nor stain Me finest white
s Ik, and makes leather perfectly water
proof. Twice a month applied on boot
and shoes, and once a month for harness
is sufhrient. If the leather becomes dirty
wa-ti it off with clean water and the pnli-h
will re-apoear. W'arranted as retresented.
Directions tor usu. -Apply a few drop
on a sponge, rub it slowly over the leather,
and the Dnlish is complete.
PRICE 37 CEFTS FFR BOTTLE ! -f3T
For tale by L. T. JsHARPLESS. 3
Bloomeburg, May 14 r 1662.
Important to House Owners. "
Important to Builders.
Important 10 Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmers.
To alt whom this may concern, and it concern f
JOIIXS 4' CROSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUITA PERCHA.
The Cheapest ar.d mosi duble Roofiin
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New and Old Roofs of
All kinds, steepor flat, and 10 Shingle
Roofs without removing the Shingles
TH E COST IS ONLY A POUT ONE-THI RD
TH AT OF TIN, AND IT IS TWICE
This article has been ifjorousjly tested in
New York City and all parts of the United
Stales, Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on Buildings of all
kinds, such as Factories, Foundries Church
es. Rail Road Depots, Cars, and on Public
Buildings generally, Government Buildings,
&c, by the principal Builders, Architects
and others, during the pasi four years, and
has proved to be the CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING . use; it i
in every respect a fiire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
7 hi is the ONLY material manvfictured in
the United States which combines the very
desirable properties of Elasticity und Dura
bility, which are universally arknowled.-ed
to be possessed by GUTTA PERCHA and
No Heat is required in making appli
cation. The expense of applying il is triflnina with
ordinary Roof can be covered audfin
ished the some day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANYONE,
end when finishcit loim a ptrfeUlv Fi-e
Prool surface with ar. ela hod) "which
cannot te injured by lie d. Cold or Storms,
Shrinking ot Roof Boards, oor any external
a-jti on w ha ev.r.
LIQUID CUTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
For Coaiitig Metal ot all Kind when ex
pod o he action of ihe Weather and
For Preserving and R, pairing Mttal
Roofs nf all Kinds.
Ihi is the ot y Composition Known
which will snceesidully re-i-t extreme
c'lanae- ol c lirrifte-, tor any lenjjth of time
when applied to n.e'als, to which it adheres
fiimly, tormiirj a body equal to three coats
fordnkr 1 a in?, co-is ffnii-h Ip.s and will
L.AS T Hit EE TIMES AS LONG ; and
Irom its ela-ii-nv i nd injured oy the con
tMC'io.i ot TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
c. n-epient upon sudden changes of the
1- will noi CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEA I HER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can te
r::',, 'I'"'""'" vi'h GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor
roMOii ant leaking, thereby ensuring a per
lecily water tight Roof Vor many years.
Tm Cerni-nt is peculiarly adapted for the
pre-erva'ion uf hen Railma, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sales, Acricultttral Imrdprr.enis. kn
al-o lor general manufacturers u-e
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For prervit.g and repairing Tin and other
M-tal R00! or every description, from its
jreat ela-ticity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion of Meials, anc will
not crack ia cold or run in rarm wenther.
These -Ttateriai are adapted to all cli
mates, and we are prepared to supply or
ders irom any part of ihe country, at short
im-ce. for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
roll, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, wi;h full
primed directions lor application.
A G ENTS WA NT ED.)
We will make liberal and rati factciy arrange
rneun with reptmible patties tcho would like to
establish thcmilnei ina Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can ive abuudiitt prool of all vre
dai rn in favor of our improved Roofing
Maierials, have applied them to several
thousand Roof in New York City and vi
cinity JOHNS & CI.OSLEY,
Sole Mann! iclurer.
IVhohsal Warehouse 78 JfWiam St.,
Corner ol Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be turtii-hed on application.
October 1C. 1R6I. ly.
ilE A 1TIFCL COMPLEXION.
"QOCTOR THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
send loall who wih it (free of chirse)
the Recipe and full directions for making
and using a beautiful veseiable Balm, iha"i
will effectually remove Pimple, Blolehes
Tan Freckles, &c, &c, leaving ihe skin
smooth, clean, and beautiful ; also full di
rections for using Pelatreau' celebrated
Stimulant, war-a'ded io start a full urowth
ot Whiskers, or a Mustache, in le-s lhan
ihirt) day-. Either of lht above can be
obtained by return mail, by a.btrepi-inj
fwith siamp- for return po-tae) DR
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chem
ist,8Sl Broadway New Y'orlc.
January 15, 1862. 2m.
M 1 H E CONFESSIONS a.-d EXPERIENCE
1 of a SUFFERER, P..h,i.w a a wan,
am', tor Hie especial bi-efi- f Youn2
and thi) w ito snffer with Nervous
lehlt:i. L..s of Mefiory. PremMire De
cy. & . &e. by huh vaiio -ba cured
Inn. self 1 y i?nple means, af er teina put
o ret expet".s' nd incun ve n leuce
ihtoub ihe n-e ol wnr hVss niedicitie
precnbed by learned Doctor
''ii.le iM.iip. .ray be had ol the author,
C A LAMBERT, Esq, Greention.t. Lnn
l-1.11 d b iMii-'.in a 1 ns'.;i,n,l Hildre.-ed
et.teh.pe Adlre-s CHARLES A. LAM
KERT E-(j , Gredupmiii, Long Island,
J-i'iiiary 15, 1862 2rn.
Kollock-s Daudelion CcCTiC.
THIS preparatio-i. made from Ihe best
J.iva (.'fe i- ti'i'nifi rnend-d by physicians
a- ,, snpr.or NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE
for Oen -rl Debility, Dspep.-ia, and all
bilioii disorder. Tbousands who liave
been compelled to abandon the use of cof
tee will ue ;his without injurion eiTects.
One can contain ihe strenath ol two
pound ol ordinary eofTee. Prie 25 cents.
The imrssi and bei BAKING POWDER
known, lor making lihl, sweel and nutri
tion Bread and c.i fee. Price 15cents.
Mann fact und by
M H KOLI.OCK Chemist.
Comer of Broad and Chestnut Streets.
PF And ohl by all Druggists and Grocers. j
February 26, 1862. ly.
ESTATE OF ALEM MARR, DEC'D.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Alem Marr. late of Scott tap , Colum
bia conniy.' tlecea-ed, have' been srantod
by ihe Resz'i-ter of said county In Peter Ent,
re-id'n g in Light Street, tovynsbip and ronn
ty aforesaid. All persons having claim or
demands aaainst the estate of the decedent
re reqneMed to pt sent them duly authen
ticated to ib adminitraif!r for se'tlemant,
and thoe indebted to the estate will make
payment forthwith to
PETER ENT, admr.
Scott, May 28:h. 18S2.
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
OF TH e
Brarc Soldiers and Sailors.
A'l who have Friends and Relatives in
the Army or Navy, should take especial
care,that ihey be amply supplied with these
Pills and Ointment ; and where the
brave Soldiers and S.iilora have neglected
to provide them-elves with them, no better
present can be sent ihem by their friends.
They have been proved to be tha Soldiers'
never-lail;ng-fnend in the honr of need.
COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING
Will be relieved and effectually cured by
using thei e admirable medicines, and by
paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pol or Box.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT Oe AP
PETITE, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
Those feelings which so sadden cs,usual
ly arise from ""trouble or annoyances, ob
structed uerspiraiion, or eating and drink
1112 whatever is unwholesome, thus dia
turbing the healthful action of the liver and
stomach. These organs must be relieved,
if you deire to be well. The Pills, taking
according 10 the printed instructions, will
quickly produce a health? scion in both
liver and stomach, autl as a natural conse
quence a i lear head and good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED
11 Y 0 EK FATIGUE.
Will soon disappear by the ne of these
invaluaole pills, and the poldiei will quick
ly acquire additional strength. Never let
lh hmrplil li ptlli0P nnflnal .1 I
acted upon. It may seem strange thai Hol
loway's Pills should be recommended for
Dysentary and Flux, many persons suppo
sing thai ihey would increase the relaxa
tion. This is a great mistake, for these
Pill will correct the livei and stomach
and thus remove all ih acrid humors from
ibe system. This medicine will give tone
ami vior to the whole organic system how
ever deranged, while health and strength
lollo as a inatier of course. Nothing will
stop ihe relaxation of tt-e bowels so sure as
thi famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION ! JNDIS
CRETION OF YOUTH.
Sores ar.d Ulcers, Blotches and Swelling
can with certainty be radically cured if the
pill are tpken niht and morning and the
Ointment be freely ued as sated ia the
primed instructions. If treated in any oth
er manner they dry op in one part to break
out in another. Whereas this Ointment
will remove the humors from the system
and leave the Patient a vigorous and heal
thy man. I; will reqaire a little perseve
rance in bad cases to insure a lasting cure.
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED
BY THE BAYONET, SABRE OR THE
BULLET, SORES OR BRUISES.
To which every Sahlier and Sudor are li
able, there are no medicines so safe, sore
and convenient as Holloway's Pills and
Ointment. The poor wounded and almost
ding sufferer might have his wounds
dres-ed immediately, il he would only pro
vide him-ell with this matchles Ointment,
which should be thrust into the wound
and smeared all round it, then covered with
a piece of linen fiorr? his knapsack and
comprersed with a handkercheif. Taking
night and morning 6 or 8 pills, to cool the
system and prevent inflama'ion.
Every Soldier's Knapsack and Seaman'a
Chest shauld be provided with these valua
CAUTION ! None are genuine unless
ile words "Holioway, New York and Lon
don are diccernable a a Wa'er-maik in
every leaf of the book of directions around
each pot or box : the same may be plninly
seen by hoUliug the leaf lo the light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one
rendering such information as may lead to
the detection ol any party or parties coun
lerfeiting the medicines or vending ihe
same, knowing them to be spurious.
Snld at the Mannfactory of Professor
Holioway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all r-pecable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world
in boxes at twenty five cents, sixty two
cents and one dollar each.
ft Tbere i consi derable savig by ta
king the larger sizes
N B D'recions for the guidance of pa
tients in every disorder are affixed to each
April 9th 1P62. ly.
(OF JERSEYTOWN, PA)
fytHE subscriber would respectfully ap
prir-e his friend and the public gener
ally, that be ha establi-tied Ihe
in Jerseytown, Columbia county. Pa. The
above house has lately been tefiued and
undergone it thorough repairing by ihe pro
prietor He is fully prepared to entertain
the travelling cutom as well a tHe local
wdti general satisfaction, HtTABLEand
BAR, are well stippl ed anc? will be careful
ly superintended. And his STABLE is am
ply and well ncked, in charge of careful
- - - -II 1 u I.. I.J
gronrn, win aia)s ur propny mienucu.
R He invites a share of the public cus
torn, an J pledges his best efforts, to help
hi guet-'.s feel al home.
Jerseytown. Jan 8, 1862.
Estate vf Christopher Heller, Lite cf llifiin
toxensh'tp, Col to., deceased.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Christopher Heller, late cf Mifflin tvp.t
Colombia county, deceased, have been
granted by 'he Register of Columbia coun
ty, to Samuel Helier, residing in H.dien
back township, Luzerne county. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested
to call and make immediate payment, and
those having claims or demands will pre
sent them propeily authenticated for settle
ment to ihe undersigned.
SAMUEL HELLER, Execvlor.
January 8, 1862. 6t.
JVTOTICE hereby 'a '"a' Ie" of
administration oi: the e'aie of Hsnry
D. Mi , late of Maine township, Colum
bia county, deceased, have been granted by
the Register of said coonty to J:eph Mas
lelier of Maine township aul Nathan Lon
genberger residing in Union township,
Schuylkill county. All person indebted
io the e 'a'e of ttie deeedo'-t a.e requested
to make payment io the adrninitra:or
forthwith, sod ihoe having claims will pre
sent ;hem di?!y auiheaucaieJ for settle
ment withnnt delay to
JOSEPH MASTKLLER, ) -
NATHAN LONGENBERGER. J
Maine township, May 21, 132.
1 1 i'UviA -tiHi'k