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S'OK OF THE N0RTI1
Wednesday MornSng, Ang-27lft, ISfi'J.
'Qurre a considerable amount of sickness
'prevs.ils through the coontry at present.
MaJ Monroe was a spectator at the Dem
ocratic Convention, in thi place,'on 'Moti-
The Delegates a; o'er Democratic Con
tention were a truly , patriotic set of men:
Thej cheered for the ".Constitlit'ion as it is,
'and .he Union' as it watt'
. PiTtRON's Magkzinb fdr "September is a
'splendid number. It ia one of'bdr first
'class Magazines. Ail lire 'fa'dies should
bavi it. Its fashioned plates are epleudid.
. CiPT. W. H. Ent, oT the ;Iron 'Guards,
paid his parents and friends a visit, last
- week iu thi rourity. fie has returned to
'the iirmy again; his company being in Gen.
McCIe!lan' column. The Captain looked
'hale and hearty, and had all ihe appear
'aoce ot a noble and brave officer. ; Success
'attend the young oolitic r.
Tts. Bi.oombc.g Band ha'relnrned home
'from the Army, having been dismissed by
act of Congress. The young men all ap -'pear
in good rpirt(., look full as well as
'hey did when they lelt -us, (over a year
ago) with" the exception .hat their face
are p retty well broxned. Some of them
are Incoming uneasy and very anxious lo
rejo n the army to see the rebellion ended.
Tiik Coii miss ion krs oC this county fefl tor
.Wabineion ciiy on Tuesday morning last,
'fGr the purpose ol visiting the volunteer.,
'in the two lust companies Irom'this county,
-and paying them their bounty of twenty fie
dollars each.' ' The Commissioners mean,
and always did, lodo what is right hr our
volunteer. They are an honest-aflU loyal
;set of men! No man 'djra question their
The Pe'mot'racy of Luzerne nominated
'Cnaries Denicoit for Congress, at their con
Teulion, on Monday of last week, subject
to tiie decifiou of the conferees of the two
'COOittitTs lormirig their disirici.Susquehatiiia
and Lnerne. Co. H. B. Wrigtit wa de
feated in the convention fdr this uoraina
tioa by 13 votes; Deuiaon receiving 40 and
Wright 27. -
PT thc PaiNica. Those inde'bteS to u
on i ubscription and advertising will do well
to nake payment ol the same on Court
vetk, which commence. on Monday next.
We need money: we can't afford lo print a
paper and receive nothing for it. As many
of our suOtrribers have been taking the
Ftab for oer four"years, this may be con
sidered a good bint to ihera to pay up
pay the printer and save hisgrumbling, be
sides preparing yourselves for the hearaf
r'KxocasTic Mr.rrifcG. There will be a
Democratic meet ing !frel! at Sereno, Col
Dm'.tia connty, on Saturday, the 6ih'i?,y ol
Septeml-er next. It will be addreed by
Uu. I'irtu Lunr, J homis . Chalfjnt, and
Oil Lavj TtTt, upon ihe principal top
rcs'bf the day, in a Democratic manner,
sticking as close to the faith of Akdkkw
Jslkso.v and Thomas Jffehson the bark
to l green apple tree. A large turn-out is
anticipated. Extensive- preparations are
leiag made by Mr. John Lea go-1, at whoe
hoie the meeiii a will be held,- for the
accommodation of all who mny favor him!
with their presence.
Larje tie '. iona are
completing their arrangement mi is to le
there upon that day lor the purpose of be
ing 'refreshed with a Democratic speech
once more. Roil op. Democrats, and swell
- the crowfl
, F.etur so. C h ri siophe r Vooi3 s , 'Ch a rl 6 s
Zoler, Oscar MellSn, Oeorge Dean, Colonel
lire wn and Art hut llenriewho have been
erring in the army of ih Poromac as mu "
eicians have returned home, having receiv
ed their discharge under the late act ol
Ceigress, reducing. the number of bands
in ihe service The "boys" alf look heany
aa bocks and brown as berries." Their
relatives and fellow townsmen, wfcre glad
to welcome them" liome Donci?e infelli
geacer. ' ..
ihkTt AcftrtcLttoKiL SoCibtt. The mem
bers ot the Executive Committe of the Penn
ylvania State Agricultural Society met at
h residence of the Preside at, CoL Thos
- F.'Knox, ia Noirristowa Byrongh, on .Wed
reday afternoon last, and were entertained
by the Col with bis well knowh hocpitaliiy
A. BroverLon'ak"er, Esq , was elected Sec
retary ot the Society, in place of A. Boyd
Hamilton, Esq., resigned.
Part of the third Company that was be
In j formed in this place, was seat to Har
raibarg on Saturday last. They were net
becepted by dor. Curtin for nine months
tei .her as a Company or part of a Company
With privilege of filling up; The Governor
refuted to take them as three year men an
iens they would go without bounty and adv
TiJice pay on the ground that they were
m reprrtexl by 12 o'clock on- Friday night
UpU His orders were not. to receive any
nore troops. - But ihefe happened td be a
coinpany id Camp Curtin,, from Crawford
cebctjj which bad been accepted for nine
months, and fell 6hort some thirty men.
The Captain of Crawlord county company
e,reed to take tbe Colombia county men in
bis company and give a secend Lieutenan
c)'. Oar boys; after some consideration
eiJscted ,A. B.; TiTe, who accepted the
position, and the boys are now snogly ar-ii.nge.-t
in. a company for ntna rnouths, the
tijne preferred to serve. Lieut. Tatk
will i i a gf.'od o ulcer to bit mea.r Sue
cess to ;aetrti . , .
THE advertiser hafibg been restored to
health in .a few weeks by a 'vy 'iVmpta
remedy, after having suffered years'witha
revere Jung affection,' arid that dread dis
ease, Consumptionis anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of
care. . ," .
To all who' desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used free of charge,
with the direction for preparing and uing
the fame, which they will find a sure cur
or Consumption. Asthma, Bronchitis, &o.
The only pbject ofthe advertiser in fend
ing the Prescription is lo ten-fit the afflic
ted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and he hopes eve
ry Sufferer wilt try his remedy, as it will
cost tbeeri coining , and may prove "a 'bless
ing. . .
. Parties wishing the prescription will
please address Rev. E. A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings county, N. Y.
May 21. '62. 3m.
A CARD to ouiig Ladies and Gentle
men. The subscriber will send fre'e of
cbargej to all all who desire ii, the Recipe
and direction lor making a 'simple Vege
table. Balm, that will, in Irom two to eight
day, . remove Pimple., Blotches, Tan,
Freckte, "Saliowiies Rnd aU- impurities
Miid roughness of the Skin, leaving the
same' as'Nature intended it "shoxilVl be
pott, clear, emoo h ami beautiful.- Those
desiriirg the'Receipe, wiih full instrucions,
directions, anJ advice, will pleae call on
or address iili return postage j
" THOS. F. CHAPMAN, '
831 Broad way New tydrk.
My 21, '62. 2m.
THE conlesldri"s ai.d experience of a
SbftVrer. Published as a warning, and lor
the especial benefit of Young Ma:i, and
ihote who suffer wiih Nervous Debility,
Loss of ?lemorr. Premature Decay, Sir..
by one who has'rmred himself by simple
means, after being put lo ureal expense
and ii. convenience, through the use ol
worthless medicines prescribed by learned
Doctor Single copies may be had ol the
xuihnr, C. A LAMBERI, esq., fcreenpoint,
LnngMshmd, by enclosing a 'p'oJt-paid ad
dress envelope. Addre-
CHAS. A. LAMbERT. Esq.,
Greenpoint, Long IsiahJ, N. Y.
May .21, '62. 2m.
NOTICE is hereby given to alllegat.
creditors and other person's iMejeted ih
the estates ol the respective decedent and
ii mors, that the following administration
and "nardian account's have been filed in
the office uf th Regisier ol Columbia co.,
and will be presented for confirmation and
alio jvance to the "Orphan's 'Court, to be
held at B.bomsburg, in the county afore
said, on Wednesday ihe 3d (lay of Sepiem
ter next at 2 o'tloilc in the alternoun'bf
I. First and final acconnt of Geb. Blech
er & Peier M Karshner Execntdrs bf Henry
Kruin late ol. Montour towihip dee'd.
2 The account of Alam B. VVh'i'e exec
uior ol Joseph White lu'e 'fcf !Piue twp,
3 First and final acconlit 'hfChas. Mas
teller jdm'r ol LeivisJrhii'h late of Buer
creek Iwp , tfec'iL
4 'FrVft Recount ofCJeo. Hughes and oth
ers administrators dl fbe estate of Jo-eph
Paxtoti late of Cattawissa twp , ilec'd.
b. Account of Wm.'Cox Elns Execu'or of
EliZrfbe h Mur'raV late ol Derry lwp.,dec'd.
6. Account ol Robert Davison Adm'r. ol
B. F. Tett lafe'of Ca'tawissa l p., dee'd
7r Final a'cctnjttt ol David DavU & Paul
t Leidy execurors ol Sarah Sechler late of 'the
Broti2h ot Danville deed. ,
8. First and final account of Joseph V.
Reee fcdmr ol Henjamin VV. Reese lafe ol
Greenwood town-hip de'd.
9. First ar.tl final arconn '6f John H.
j Heiih-r executor of Peter HeriocheV la e 61
M tflin twp., dee'd.
I It) The first and final account of John
1 Smith adm'r of Pet'er 'Crawford late ol Mad
. i-on tow'tiehip dee'd.
! II Ai-t-ounr'ot David Kr'n-her, Guardian
1 ol (ieo. W. and Benville Krir minor sons
oi Simon Krisher late ot L'rnl twp. dee'd.
12. Ttie final account ol I'e er Hippen
fteel and John lli-penstel adini iisirators
oi Conrad Hippeusteel late of Bnarcreek
13. Tl.e first ami final account of Jonathan
Wil.-oii adm'r of Arnold Keeter la:e ol
Greeuwotid towiifhip dee'd. -
14. The final account of Wm. G. "Qnick
' xnd John G. Quick, adm'rs ot John
'Quick la'e ol Montour twp, dae'd.
15., The final acrooul ol Cyro B. fteere
xdrrr r ut Vf niah lleece iaie of Hemlock
'township dex d.
16. First and final arc'oun' bi John Rich
art, adm'r of Samuel Rich art late of Midi
sun rownhii, dec d.
DANIEL LEE, Re
Bloomsbufi, Any 6. h 1862. .
Estate of nlfim Gt ee.tip ill, late of St oil liip , J
Cotumftu co . deceased
IV OTICE is hereby gi vert that letters of
administration On the estate of Nathan
fireienwa.lt, late of Scott townohip, Colum
bia comity, deceased, have been granted
by trie Register of said county, lo John
Sierner, residing in Bloomsourg Columbia
county. All persons having claims or de
mands asainst the estate of the decedent
are requested to make them known to the
administrator, and those indebted to th
estate will make1 payment immediately to
v JOHN SrHtNER, Adrnr.
Bloomsbnr?, June 4, 162.
- - - --
IOR SnLE. Two Patent Lever (Thirteen
JeweU Watches, .will be sold cheap
for cash. They are in good cbtiJiilon. For
fuhher particulars, inquire at the Star Or-
- Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 29, 862.
HENRY ROSENSTOCK, i
ROOMS in the Third Story ol me Ex
change Block, (entrance above the
Book Store) Bloomsburg, Columbia coun
BloomsbUrg, Nov. 23, 1859-ly.
E H. LITTLE
Office in i'onrt Alley ; formerly occupied by
Chatles R. Bcckalew.
December 28, I859.tf. ,
CLANKS I BLANKS ! BLANKS ! l
EXECU110HS, SUBPCEAls; " ?
of prooer & desirableforin8,fo sale at the
ofiea "of the "tarofthe North" .
Office near WiUbnfc Carriage Shop,Main St.
large assortment of Ladies' Gaiters just
received at. tl.CO and Sl.25 at
- - lGCir & GO 'S
Letter A'f Family Sewlcg ililaihln'3,
'fFilh all the Recent Improvements. "
'Is the best and cheapest and most beau i
tul of all Sewing Machines. This Machine
will eew auytllirtg, 'from the running of a
tuk in Tarletan to trTa making ot an over
coat; ariyihing from ' Piloi "or Beaver cloth
down to Ihe softest 'Gaue'or Gossamer
Tissue, and U ever ready to dojts.work to
perfection. It can fell, hem, bind, gather,
turk, quilt. and has capacity for a great va
riety of ornamental work. This is not lie
only Machine that can fell, hem, bind, a id
so forth, but it will do so better than any
other machine. The Letter ,rA" Fam ly
Sewing Machine may be had in great vail
ety of cabinet cases. The Folding Cae,
which is now becoming so popular, is, as
its riame' implies, or.e that can be loldad
into a box 'or case, which, when 6)Jetid,
makes a beauiilul. "substantial, substantial,
and spacious table for the work to rust
upon The ca:e"s are of every imaginable
design; phin as the wood grew'iu its native
forest, or as elaborately finished as art can
The Branch Offices 'are well supplied w'th
silk twist, thread, needles, toil , etc., of tbe
"Send for a'cody of 3
iKjra & Co 's Gznrrc.
'I. M SINGER & CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFF1CE.8I0 Chestnut St
N. S. Tingley, Agent, in Espy, Pa.
John Sharpless, Aeitt,-in Catta'wisa.
Ju y 23, 1862 -ly.
150 BEST PIANOS. $lfd
'GROVESTEEN & tlALE, having re
moved to their new warerooms,
1T0. 47 23.0 Alf,
are now pre ared lo offer the public a mag
nificent new scale full
7 Octave Uosewooil Piano,
containing all improvements known in this
country or 'Eurbpe, 'over-strung bss,
French grand action, harp pedal, full irou
'Warranted for 5 Years.
Rich moulding cases.
$175 TO "3200,
all warran ted made ol the best seaso ied
material, and to stand better than any iold
lor $400 or S500 by the old merhods of
mauulactore. We invite the best Judges
to exarnine and try these new instruments,
and we t-tand ready at all times to lesttfcem
with any dthers manufactured ia thiscoun-
r)' GROVESTEEN & IIALG.
478 Broadway, IN'ew York.
Juue 4h 1862.3(n.
READING RAIL ROAD,.
GREATTrunk line from the North and
North-west for Philadelphia, Nw
York, Reading, Pottsville.Lebanou, Al en
town, Easton, &c, &c.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia
New York, Reading, Potlsville, and all in
termediate Stations, al 8 a. m. and 1.40 v. M
New York Expre-s leaves Harri?bnr at
1.25 a. M. arriving at New York at 8.26 the
Fares Irom Harrisbnra: to New York
S5 00, to Philadelphia 3,25 and S2,70.
Ba2:ge checked through.
Returning leave New York at "6 A. M. i2
Noon, and 8 P. M. (Pittsburgh Ex-prcs )
Leave Philadelphia at 8 A. M. aud 3.15 P
Sleeping cs.rg in the New York Exr re?8
Train, through to aud Irom Pittsburgh
Passengers by the CaMawisa Rail Road
le'ave Port Clinton at 4.45 A. M. tor Phila
delphia ant all intermediate Station, and
at 3 00 P. M. for Philadelphia. New York,
and all Way Points. '
Train leae Po'ltsvirie at 9 A. M. and
2.15 P. M. foV Philadelphia and New York,
and a; 5.30 P. M. for Aubnrn and Port
Clinton only, connecting for Pine Grove
and with the Caiiawiesa Rail Uoad. ,
An ae'c'omddariori Pa-senger train leaves
Reading at '6 A. M. and returns Irom Pnila-;
delphia at 5 P. M.
tip All thethe above ttains run taily,
A Sunday train leaves Potlsville al 7.30
A M. and Philadelphia at 3.i5 P. M.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, and E'
cursior. Tickets, al re'duceci rates to and
Irom ail points.
G. A. NICoLLS,
June 4th 1862.
WHEREAS the Hon. Aarou K. PVcV-
ham, Piesident Judge ol the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, Court of Quarter Sesions ol the Peace.,
and Court of Common Pleas and Orphans'
Court, in the 2111 Judicial District, co npos
e.I of the counties of Colu mbia, Sutlivsn aud
Wyoming, and the Hons. Stephen Balcy and
John McReynoldf, Associate Judges, t Co..
lurhbia Co., have is?ued their precept, bear
ing date one thousand eiiht hundred and
ixiy one, and to me directed lor hoi ling a
Cn.irt nf fl. or anl Terminer, and General
" ' J 7
Jail Delivery , Quarter Sessions ol the Peace,
.-- i . i . :.. t i I .
yom. rieas ano wrpnaim -tuii. m uiumnv
burg, in the county ol Coluntbia. on ti e first
Monday (bein j the Isrday) of Sept -, next
and 10 continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables ol the
said Coutity of Columbia, thai ihey be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o
clock in ihe forenoon ol said day, win their
record inqoiition and other remembran
ces to do those thiugs which to their office
appertain to be done. And those t tat are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute ugainM
the prisoners that are or may be in Ibe Jail
of haid county ot Columbia, to be then and
there to prosecute then as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested 16 be punctual i i their
attendance, agreeably to their notic-,daied
at Bloornsbnrgj 21st day ol July, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight h nnured
and sixty-one. and in the eiyhty-sixlh year
of the Independence of the United S;a'B of
America. (God save the Commonv ealth.)
JOSIAH H. FURMAN,
Sheriff's Office, SturifJ.
Bloomsburg. July 31, 1862. j
Ier Arrival of
SPIUisiv AND SC31MEU C0( DS,
INVITES afention to his stock of cheap
and fashionable clothing at his itore on
Main Cireet, two doors above the 'Amer
ican Hoasei' where he has a full assort
ment ol men and boy'a wearing ipparel,
including the most fashionable
D K ESS GOO D!S,
Box, Sack, Frock, Gam, and Oil Cloth Coats
of all sorts and sizes, Pants of all colors
shawlnj stripes and figo;e vesij shirts, cra
Vats, btock-i collars, handkerchiefs, gloves,
euspendern and fancy ahicle.
N B. tie will also make lb ordei any ar
ticle ol clothing at very short nolic j and iu
the Jjest of manner All his clothing is
made to wearj and roost of It is ( f home
manufacture. ,. .-.-'
, Bloomburg, March 12, 1882. -; ;
LARdE ;K EIN FOK d E M E N TS RE- t
AT the'Stoire of Daniel McHenry, in Still
water, Colombia county.
The undersigned would respectfully in
vite ihe r il'.zens ofTishing Creek and the
surrounding country, to his large and ex
tensive stock of Good8, jusi received from
the cities of New 'York and Philadelphia,
all ol which he will sell cheaper than here
toforf. His assortment consists of
. r ; y Muslin, , , ,
Hats and Cap, of
the latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the
most approved make ; also, a lot of excel
lent lSeac!y-iHale Clotliin?.
together with a good assortment ol Ves
ting. His store is well filled with Goods
ot every description. His -
are not surpassed by any Sioie in the coun
try. His Hardware Department has not
SCYTHES, RAKES. IIOEs, SHOVELS
&c, are constantly kept on hand ; also,
Spikes and Nail ; in shon, everything us
ually found iu First-Clas Stores.
DANIEL Mc HENRY.
Stillwater, May 14, 1862.
; ice ii wood Seminary.
rpHE Spring Term of this Institution wi
-1 commence on ihe 7th of April Dext.
The Principal will be assisted by able
instructors, and'as ample iacilities will be
afforded to qualify Students lor teaching,
for business or for a more extensive course
iu literature, a liberal 'Share of parironage
is again solicited.
Pupil who do not come 'from home, tr
are not put under the charge 6.' near 'rela
tives, must board at the Seminary, and be
subject to ihe regulafiftn's thereof. They
must provide their own towels and have
each article of clothing distinctly marked.
Eleven weeks rorstitute a quarter and
there will be a vacation of about six week
in mid sufn'mer.
Boarding, washing and Tuition, with
furnished rdorns, will be 525 per quarter,
oi.e half payable in advance.
Tuition alone in Common branches, S5 00
u iriclucfing adYanc'e Algebra
mathematics history &e. '6 00
" in Latin, German or French
eaih extra 1 00
For furtlwr par'icnlars address "
WM. BURGESS, Principal.
Millville, Col co., Feb. 26, 1862.
QUARTERLY 01IRUOR of FASHIONS,
rIHE Summer Number will contain four
" large and splendid Fashion Plates, 't'hree
Fu-H Sited Pali'ern, comprising iW new
French VVaist, and elegant sleeve, and a
Misses Sack, together with "nearly 100 en
gravings ol ali the novelties for Summer
bonnets, Cloaks, Trimmings. Chiloren's
Dresses, etc-, Valuable information to Mil
lineYs, dre"&s rnakers, rnothers, and ladies
generally, presenting the largest and best
Fashion Magazine in the World, published
47i Broadway, and sold everywhere al 25
cents, or senl by mail pest Iree. on receipt
of the amount, Yearly SI wi.h tbe lollow
ing valuable premium.
Each yearly subscriber will be entitled
to the selection of 50 cents worth of plain
patterns, from the designs in the Dook, or
from the show room, or they may be order
ed and sent by mail any time during the
year, by paving the postage.
Ci" Splendid inducements lo Canvassers.
The summer number will be ready on or
about the I?l of May-.
April 30th, 1852.
ft I? II RAH FOK TUfe LMOV,
And L. T. Mmtpless' "t heap Cash More."
NEW GOODS I GREAT BARGAINS I
THE uudersigned is just reeeWing.a new
supi lj of goods, fresh fiom the cities of
New York and Phil'a. and is prepated to
sell them at Reduced Prices.
Calicoes from 7c to 12$c, the best at.l2c
Cballis,, Lavellast Ginghams, Muslins, Ken
tucky Jeans-, boy'a Casstmeres, &c., fee,
Ladies' Shoes and Gaitors, in great vari
riety of style, end quality. A good heeled
Gaiter for 62c, and an excellent Congress
for 51,00. A kid heeled Lace Bool lor Si
and upward. ALSO, the High Cut Palmo
ral Lace Boot forjadies. Ladies' and Chil
drens' Skirts, Linea IUndkerchiels, &c, at
a very low figure.
CEi QEL Ct C2 CEX S3 SCa Df
Best Stone Ware Sets S4:00, &c. Hominy,
Dried Teaches, Mackerel, Chees, Lemons,
etc. Good Sytup Molasses from 50 to 60c
a gallon. Soars, lower than recently sold,
from Be to 13c, Ihe latter price for beet
white. Coal Oil as low as any where.
CAn examination of the goods is soli
cited. Cdme and see for yburftelVes, that
the Cash System is preferable to any other.
Grain and country produce lakeu in ex
change for Goods by
Blno tebnrz. March 26, 1862.
NEW ARMVAL OF
SPRING AND SUMMER
JIT PETER EM"S STORE'.
In Light Ltreeti Columbia county, Per.na.
HAS just received from Philadelphia,
and is how 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 i
M. amrk rrtnfiisis of Ladies Dress Goods
choicest styles and latest fashions.
' HOSIERY. SILKS,
COTTON A DES,
Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines, Drugs,
Oils, Paints, &c., Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps. ,
In short everything usually kept in a
country store. , ,
The patronage of did friends, and the
public public generally, is respectfully so
The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Lighf Street, May 7, t862.
HOES in variety at the cheap cash Store
Ol j. 1 , onni LMc.
Look to your Interest's !
FRESH 'jRRtVAL OF 1
spring and Summer GddDs,
MILLErR & EYEfR'S.
fllHE subscribers have 'just returned from
the City with another large and select
assortment of .
Spring aii'tl Stii-iiiier Goods
purchased at 'Philadelphia, , at the lowest
figure, and which Ihey 'are determined co
sell on as moderate 'terms as cdn be pro
cured elsewhere in Blooraebdrg. Their
stock com prides
jadics' Dress doods,
of the choicest style arid Uteriaghioi)8.
. fDfR V GO O D S,
C a ce cz gd tr H ce S3
Hardware, 'Queensware, Cedarwa'e, Hol
lowware,:Irou, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hat
and Caps, '&c, &c. In "Short, everything
usually "kepi in country stores; to which they
invites ihe public generally. The highest
price paid for'count produce. . ,,
Bloombnrg, April 30, 1862. ,
NEW klLLlNfillY GOODS.
rt'H'E unders'rgrfed would roost respect
fuUy arindunce to Ihe citizens of Blooms
burg and vicinity that fhe has jost receiv
ed from the eastern cities her
Spring & Summer millinery Goods,
'all of which she i prepared to makeff
'and sell al a very reasonably low fig
tire. Her assortment of good are a
little superior in point of durability as well
a lastefolrfes's.'tb any ofTered!in'ths seciidti.
She returns thanks for the liberal patron
age she has received, an'd respectfulfy So
licits a continuance of ihe same.,
MARY BARK LEY.
Bloomsburg, April 23 1R62.
i i: xv itijsisK mio p.
Opposite the Court Houte and next door to
THE undersigned, respectfully inorm his
Iriends and customers that he has opened
A New Barber Sliop.
In 'Coiirt Hoii-e Alley, next door "below
the Office of the 'Columbia Dem6crat,whVre
he will be hppy to wait upon all cumome'rs,
and from long experience and strct atten
tion to bainesF, he hopes to merit and re'
ceive a liberal share of public patronage.
RTAIi things here ' done in decenc and
in order." THOMAS "BROWN.
Bloomsbnrsr. Ma'rch o, l8'62.
ii ii i ta Perclia Illackin? f
HIT 116 UT BRUsUlKGs)
"IOR Boots, Shoes, Harness, Carriages,
and Military Leather Work.
This new and excellent article excels
eveaj thing ever before in nse, for beauti
fring and softening the Leather. It make
a polish like patent leather ; will not rub
off with water, nor stain the finest white
s-lk, and makes leather perfectly water
prbof. Twice a month applied on boots
and shoes, and once a month for harness
is sufficient. If ihe leather becomes dirty
wah It off with clean water and the polish
will re S.pn'ea r. Warranted as represented.
Directions lor ne. Apply a few drops
on a sponge, rob it slowly over the leather,
and the polih is complete.
PRICE 37 CEFTS PER BOtTLE
rjr For t-ale by L. T. rHARPLESS. j
Bloomsburg, May 14 , 1662.
GRAND JCRORS SEPT. TERM,I862.
BentonJohn Diline, P. N. Moore,
Beaver Samuel Cor,
Briarcreek J. C. Sm:th,
Centre Andrew Frea,
CatiawiKa Dr. J. W. Robbins, Dan'l Rein
bold, Jacob Creasy,
Co'nyngham Wm. L. Kline,
Franklin J S. Fahrtnger, -
Fishingcreek, Erhandus ITnangs't, David
Jackson Joshna Savage,
Locust John L. Hurst,
Madison James Welliver. Uriah Milk,
Mifflin D. A. Hess H. C. Hcs,
Ml. Pleasant Levi Garrett,
Maine Jacob Gih'linz,
Pine Abraham Hemlock. John LockhaVt,
Thomas McBride, Elijah Fullmer.
BloomMichael Walter, Joseph Baikfey,
Borough Berwick Jesse Bowman, Hudseh
Centre Wm.BhafTei, 11 W. Hagenbuch,
Cattawisa Geo. Scolt, Casper Rahn, Dan
Fishingcreek Martin Ammerman,
Franklm Bcuj. P. Fortner,
Greenwood Isaac Dewitt, senr.
Locust Reuben Fahringer, John Davis,
John Kline. David Herbein.John Harner.
Madinon, Valentine Welliver, Mathia,
Moore, Shepherd Runyan, Richard De
mon, Ml. Pleasant Vm. Miller, Wm Kitchen,
Montoui Peter Ileinibach,
Mifilin E. H. llw, . ' , .
Maine Jacob Shiigar, Wm. T. Shuman,
Oranie Alfred Howell,
Pine Kzra Runyan, John Wintersieen.
Sroti 'I liomaK W. Edgar, Elias Kline, C.
Nus, Sam 'I Hagenbuch.
Bloomsburg, July 23, 1862.
List of Causes for Sept. Term, 1862.
1 Andrew Criveling vs. Andrew Mellick
2 Philip Wintersteen vs Valentine Wlnter-
3 Daniel F. Seybett el al. Vs Augustus B.
Pearce et al.
4 Dan ! F. Seybert vs Augustus B. Pearce
Henry AVelles jr. vs George Kinley jr.
Samuel J. Bealer vs Abraham W. Rob-
bins el al.
7 Jacob Eyer vs Abraham Klae.
8 Abraham Klase vs Jacob Eyer
9 David Lee et al v Samuel L. Bettle.
!' Dariiel F. Sej bert v s Joseph Gensil.
1 1 Elijah McMprtrie et al vs Chrnt'n Wolf.
12 Frederick MarkrotT vs John. Robison.
13 Wm.Cox et al vs William Holdren.
14 William E. Ctse vs Centre township,
15 H. B. Freas vs Joshua Fetierrhan et al.
16 II. B. Freas vs Joshua Fetterman et al.
17 John H. Brown el al vs Lednafd B. Ru-
18 Peter M. Traugh vs Aaron Clavton.
19 Samuel Biltenbender vs Silas D. Edgar.
20 Mahloo Hicks et al vs Oliver Lynn ei.al.
21 George Hughes et al. v J. V. Criwell
22 James llarding vs Elia Reese;
23 Lewis Larisri vs Robert Haenbuth.
24 Susanna Larish vs Robert Hagenbuch.
25 Andrew Larish'a Executors Vs. Robert
26 Peter Hoffman's Exec'rs vs David Fox.
27 N. B. Creasy vs Henry C. Freas. ,
28 Enoch Everett vs Mont. .Kline et al.
29 Wm. L. Parks vs Elisha Robbins.
Prothotiotary's Office. ) Proth'y.
Bloomsburg July 23. 1862. j
I Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Impbrtant to Houe Owners.'
Important to. Builders.", '
Jlint-oftant to Rail Road Companies. -
, Irriportant to Farmers.
To alt whom this may concetti, and itcbricernt
JOHNS 4- CROSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUHA PERCH A.
The Cheapest ar.d most duble Kooflu.
. in qe (
IT IS'FfRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to New and 614 'Roofs of
All kind, steep or flat, and to ShiiTgle
Roofs w ithout removing the Shir clef
TH K COST IS ONLY A HOUT ONE-THIRD
TH VT OF TIN, AND.'fT'IS TV ICE
This article has been thordugly tested in
Ne w York Cjty and all parm of the 'United
States, Canada, West Indies and "Central
.and South America, on Buildings ol all
kind, stich ss!Faclorie's,;Foundrie8 Church
es. Rail Road Depots, Carri, and on Public
.Building generally, Government Building
Stc, by ihe principal Builder, Architects
and dthers, during the pasi four years, and
has, proved to be th CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING m use; jti"
in. every respect a fiire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
ALL KINDS. , r
7Af if rhe ONLY material manufactured in
the United States which combines the very
desirable properties of Elasticity und 'Dura
bility, which are universally acknowledged
to b ponded by GL'TTA PERCH A and
No Heal is required in making application.
The expense of applying ii is triflning with
ordinary nooi can re covered and fin.
ished the sorfie dily.
IT CAN BE APPL1KD RV" avv-rtvp
end when finished for'ms a 'peifectly Fre
t mill nfn wiih mu eia-M'c nody. which
cannot be injured Dy Heat, Cold or Storm's
Shrinking of Roof Board?, ror any external
LIQUID CUTTA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Coatina Metals of all Kinds when ex
posed to the action of the Weather and
For Preservivg and Repairing Mtial
Roofs of all Kihds,
This is the only Composition Known
which will successfully reoist extreme
changes of climate, for any length of time,
when applied lo me!als,to which it adhere
firmly, lorming a body equal to three coato
01 onwnarv pam:, coi8 much less, and will
LAST THREE TIMES AS LONG; arid
from its elasticity i not injured by the con
traction of TIN arid other META!L 'ROOFS,
coneqnent upon suddea changes of the
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEAlflER AND WILL NOT
Leaty Tin and oher Kfetal Roofs can be
readily repaired wiih GUTTA PERCH A
CEMENT,' ard prevented from further cor
rosion an leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water tight Roof for many year.
This Cement is peculiarly adapted for the
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges, Sates, Agricultural Implements, &c,
aUo for general
GUTTA PERCH A CEMENT
For preserving aud repairing Tin and other
Metal Root or every description, Irom its
great ela-ticiiy, is not injured by the con
traction aud expansion ol Metals, anc7 will
not crack in c6ld or run in -warm weather.
These material are adapted to all cli
rn&ies, and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom any part of the country, at short
no'ice, for GUTTA PERCIIA ROOFING in
roll, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCH A CEMENT in barrels, wiib fall
printed directions lor application.
We will makeliherul and satisfactory a'rra'iige
tnails with rt-pn-iUc pn ties who would like lo
establish themselves in a Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
Ve can give abundant proof of all we
claim in favcr of our improved Roofing
Materials, have applied ihem to several
thousand Roofs in New York Citv and vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 IfWiam.St.,
Comer of Liberty Street. NEVV YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be f;irni-hed on application.
October 16. lRfil ly.
OCTOR THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
send loall who wish it (free of charge)
the Recipe and full directions for making
and using a leaitiTul Vegetable Bam, lhat
will effectually remove Pimple, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, &c, &c, leaving the skin
mooth, clan, and beautiful; aUo full di
rections for using Pelaireau's celebrated
Stimulant, warranted to start a full growth
ol Whiskers, or a Mustache, in less than
thirty days. Either of the above can be
obtained by return mail, by addressing
fwiih stamps for return pondage) DR.
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chem
il, 831 Broadway New Yorlc.
January 15, .1862. 2m.
ry HE CONFESSIONS and EXPERIENCE
1 of a SUFFERER, Published as a warn
iog, and lor the e-pecial benefit of Young
Men and those who suffer with Nervous
Debility, Lot-s of Memory, Premature De
cay, &c, &c, &c, by one who has cured
himself by simple means, afer being put
lo great exper.se and inconvenience,
through the n.e of worthless medicine
prescribed by learned Doctors.
Single copip may be had of the author,
C.A.LAMBERT, Esq, Greenpoint, Long
island, by enclosing a posi-paid addressed
envelope. Address CHARLES A. LAM
BERT. Eq , Greenpoint, Long It-land,
January 15, 1862 2m.
Kollock's Daudeliou Coffee.
THIS preparation, madefrom the besl
Java Coffee, is recommended bv ph vsicisn
a a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE
for Genera' Debility, Dyspepsia, and all
bilious disorder. Thousands who have
been compelled to abandon the use of cof
lee will ue ;hi Without injurions effects,
dne can contains Ihe strength ol two
pounds of ordinary coffee. Price 25 cents.
The purest and best BAKING POWDER
known, for making liht, sweet and nutri
tious Bread and cakes. Price 15 cents.
M H. KOLIiOCK. Chemist,'
Corner of Broad and Chestnut Streets.
15" And sold by alt Druggists and Grocers. jFj
February 26, 1862. ly.
ESTATE OF ALEM MArR, DECD.
Letters of administration on the estate of
Alem Marr, late of Scott tp ; Colum
bia cooniy, deceased, have been granted
by Ihe Register of said county to Peter Ent,
residing in Light Street, tovVnsbip and coun
ty aforesaid. All persons having claims Or
demands against the estate of the decedent
re requested to present ihem duly authen
ticated to the adminiKtrator for settlemsnt,
and those indebted to Ihe estate will make
payment forthwith to
1 ' PETER ENT, adror.
Scott, May 28tbi 1862.
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
' ' -. ' OT TH , .
'BriiVe Soldiers 'and Sa ilor.
IIOLloiVA V' 1'8IjS
ArI who have Friend and Relatives in
the Armv or Navy, s' oulil lake eperi
care,that 'they be ampfyWppiied with iheve
Pills and 'Ointment'; and wjiere .Ihe
brave Soldiers irtt.l S.iilnrs have neglected
lo provide lhemefve with them, no better
present can be sent ihem 'bv iheir. Iriend.
They have been 'pr'bvt-'d lo(be the Soldiers'
never-lail.hg-irrend in the hoar of jiee,d.
COUGHS AN6 .'CCLI!S AFFECTING
Will be relieved and effect lia'lly cored by
using iher'e admirable medicin'e-, 'atiH X'y
paying proper attention 10 the Direcfjoha
which are attached to each Pot or Box. ..
SJCK HEADACHES AND WANT Or A.P"
PEI II E, fNCfDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
Those feelings which so sadden usjnsuat
ly arise from 'fro'nb;Je 'or annoyance, ob
structed perspiration, 'or'eai'iifg and drink
ing whatever is unwholesome, thus di
turbing the healthful action of the liver and
stomach. These organs most be 'relieted,
if you desire to be well. The Pill, taking
according to the printed instructions, will
quickly produce a healthy action in both
liver and sforrrach, aurl as a natural conse
quence a clear head and good appetite.
WEAKNESS pKt DEBILITY INDUCED
BY OVER FATIGUE.
Will soon disappear by the oe of these
'invaluan'le pills, tmd the soldier will quick
ly acquire additional strenutn. Never let
rhe bowels be either confined o'r 'u'ndul'j
acted upon. Ii may seem strange lhat $o'l.
loway's Pills should be tecommendedi for
Dysentary and Flux, many 'persons suppo
sing thai ihey wo'uld u'crease ibe relaxa-.
non. This is a -gYeat mistake, for these
Pills wifl 'correct the liver a'nd stqmacb
and thus remove all the acrid humor's frorrj
the system. ThTs m'edicme Will give 'tone
and vigor t6 the whole organic system how
ever deranged, While health arid strength
follow as a matter ol course. Nothing will
stop the relaxation of it e bowels so cure as
this famous medicine. . .
VOLUNTEERS .. ATTENTION I I'M) IS
t'RETION OF YOUTH.
Sores ar.d Ulcer, Blotches and dwellings,
can with certainly be radically cured if th.e
pills are tsken night and morning 'and the
Oiniment be freely used as sated To the
printed instructions. If treated in 'any oth
er manner they dry Dp in one part, tobreai
out in another. Whereas this Ointmen)
will remove rhe ho mors from the sy stern,
and leave the Patient a vigorous and heal
'tti y man. It will require a little perseve
rance in bad rases to insure a lasting cure.
FOR WOUNDS EITHER 'dcCASl'dND
BY THE BAYONET, SABRE OR TrlE
BULLET, SORES OR BRUISES. .
T6 whfch every Soldier a'nd aVlor a're.H-
abfe, there are no medicmes o safe, sore
and 'convenient as Holloway's Pills, .and
uinttnent. 1 he poor wounded and aimot
dying sufferer might have his woundf
dres-ed immediately, i ne wonld only pro
vide himselt with this matchless Ointmepti
which should be thrust into the wound
and smeared all round ii, then covered wjth
a piece of linen from his knapsack and
compressed with a handkerch'eil. .Taai'ti'i
'uihl and morning 6 or 8 pills, to cool the
system and prevent tnnamation. . v
Ever? Soldier's Knapsack arid ?eamanf
Chest shDnld be provided with ibe'se Valua
CAUTION ! None 're genuine unless
the words "Holloway, New York and Loq
don are discernable as a Water-maik . r
every leaf of the book of directions aroun$
each pot or box : the same may be plninly
seen by holding the leaf In the light... A,
handsome reward will be given to any. one
rendering such information as maV lead, to
the detection ol any party or parties coun
terfeiting the medicine oi vending the
same, knowing them to be sporiotis. t
Sold at the Martrifa'cto'ry of professor
Holloway, 80 Maidcti Lane, Itew York, and
by all Trfsp'ec ablrt Druggists and Dealers in
Aledicine, ihrotighopt the civilized .wqrld
in boxes at twenty five .cents, sixty two
cents and one dollar e 'ch. , .. , ,
EST There is tonsi derabl savig by ta
king the larger siie. .
N B Direc'.ToTis for the guidance of. pa
tients in every disorder are affixed lo each
April 9th 1S62. ly.
(OF jerseytown; pa
THE subscriber would respictfully. ap
prise his friends and the public gener
ally, lhat he has established the .
in Jerseytdwn, Columbia cduntyv Pa. The
above house has lately been is fit ted and
on.lergoh a thorough repairin by the pro
prietor. He is fully prepared lo entertain
ihe travelling cuio'm as well a the:locl
with general satislaction. His TABLE and
BAR,are well snpplied and will be careful
1.. , .. o.;.i.o..rli,l A nit litA STA RI.K is arn-
I y pu 1 mi 1 1 run. . ...... -
ply and well stocked, in charge of careful
grr.orh, will always be properly attended:
&T He invites a share of rhe publiccus
torn; and pledaes his best efforts, to help
his guests leel al hom. .
Jerieylown, Jail 8, 1862.
THE GJIEAT e X NATIOXAL
WILL THI VKR '4X 0 A CeVjf BB.UKLD t
T U" ES D A Y, W EDN ESF) A Y, f Til U RS b A Y,
AND FRIDAY, SEPT. 2tl 3d, 4ih k 5ih."
Arrangements have beee made 10 secure
iho fiues as-emblage of imported, blooded
and native brej horses, lhat has ever beerl
follected in iKis cotinifv.. ...
The List of premiums ill be large,
ranging as hign a 5200.. it
Liberal arrangemenis will be made with'
lh different railroad companies.
Witliamsport simaed in f.ie magnificent
vallevof the Snsanehanni, aud accessible;
by Riimad Irom all pans of the U. Suites",
is eminently well suited for this exhibilioxij
Fuller particulars will shortly be 2ifri-.. ,
Manas"-D. K. Jackman, P. Herdic,
Edward Lyon, J N. Bgg. Henry Drinker;
G F. Mason, Cnl. S. G. Hathway, J. H.
Cowden, Wm. Colder. . . ..
A E. KflAPP.Pw'l.
W. F. Logan. Chief Mar-hajl; H. E. Tay
lor. Tr-a-nrer; George Al. DePui, Sec'y.
June 25, 1862.
A xTtTci Hat "H nrtic Pills