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ST AH OF THE NORTH
Wednesday Morning, Oet. 1st,
Pmo.fs sending 00 common icationt for
pubU'atiou must sign tuetr names, to eu
sure iui lueeriiou of tbeir productions.
This editor wishes ajuad or two ol dry
wood on ubscrip:ioQ lo the Star. We
niiuMtave tue.arucid it we are compelled
lo'dndi or pre 11.
Crr. Clahk' Compiiuy returned 10 thia
place ou lUuiaday evening fast Captain
Klio arrived ou Sunday last with bis boys',
II in good spirits after a campaign of some
Rcr. G M Simatts, of Lewisbu'g.Iwiil
preach, 011 Sabbath evening next, in tbe
Bapt t Cburch',al Ibis place. He in an able
and interesting talker. We hope be will
bate a large audience.
JocBrn W. Comlt, Laq. , having declined
the nomination for President Judge in
Schuylkill county, the Governor appointed
Edvard O. Parry, of PotisviIIe, to fill the
vacancy until after the t ext election.
GiiORCc S. Coleman, Adjutant of the 6th
Itegi., P R. V. C , was severely wounded
at tbe late battle near Sharpsburg. He has
been taken to Philadelphia. His father
went on Tuesday last to bring him hoaie,to
Qrangeville, this county.
Iir TH Star will be found the muster roll
of nveral companies of militia, from this
couaij, which were among those that went
to defend the State from invasion Captain
Kline a d Capt. Potts have not yet handed
In their rauster rolls.
Thc I&om Guard. The following is a
list d( the wounded in toe battle ol Middle
tow 3 Height?, out of the 'Iron Guards" of
this place : Calviu Achenbach, Joseph
Haune, Samuel Gottehall, John Betz, George
M. Demore-t, since died, Charles Fornwaid,
Mailt li Hashes and U. K. Burket. In the
iatile- of Sharpsburg Benj. F. Sharpless,
William Snyder.Uarry.Harruaii Henry Linn
Gee. S. Coleman and B R. Hajrtiurst, were
wounded. Tbe loss of the Rent, to which
this company belong! was 17 killed and 93
wounded. Capt. Ent passed through this
eries of batiles untouched.
Thc Premium List for the Seventh Annu
al Fair of the Columbia county Agricultural
So ieij, is published in the Star of 1 hie
rek. The premiums are liberal consider
ing ihe a'aie of the country. The proceed
of this exhibition, over a:id above the ex
perie,wi'l be given to the sick and wound
ed lioldier 10 ari9liort9 their ondtlio h.
We know no reason why the coming; Fair
he old ant te a perfect success. The crops
bale been excellent, stock is gradually i m -proving
in this county, and the people are
just becoming fairly awakened to the good
resulting Irom these County Fairs. We an
ticipate large attendance.
?. me'iig wa held in the Cort House
on Stardy evening last tor the purpose
ofirg4,niziii4 a permanent Miliary Com
patij in this place. After the object was
staieJ quite a uunber of oar best citizens
em oiled themselves as members of the
company in contemplation. The meeting
appointed some three personas, recruiting
officers for the company and adjourned to
met again on the following Monday eve
ning M today evening a m-eting was held
according 10 adjournment, and the recruit
in;; officers reported the name of a suffi
cient number to entitle the company to an
orj:at;i2;ion. Officers were elected and
arra sent for. The officer are Captain. R
F. Clark, First Lieut. D. Lowenberg, Sec
oil Lieut. W. Wirt.
13 T a squib in the last Columbia Democrat
one would inter that the Star was to be
discontinued for-good-and-all or, '"at least
while the Editor was off to tbe war." Why
could not the Democrat have said, the Star
w II be discontinued "while the editor is off
to tbe war," and stopped at that; without
be ping that the patrons of the Stb would
turn to the Democrat, " as tbe beet
beyond controversy." It knew that our
campaign 4woo;d not be a long one, and the
notice under the circumstances was not a
fair one, but calculated lo injure 0$, and we
stall so consider it. We would have the
Democrat understand that wnen the Star
m akes anything like a permanent discon
tinuance we will engage and pay the Demo
crai for eo announcing ; after which it will
at perfect liberty 10 solicit all the Star's
patrons. It was rather cool to invite our
aubsctibera 10 ihe Democrat alter the non
appearance of the Star for one week while
iin editor was away down in Maryland.
Thi deliberations of the Democratic Con
gressional Conference meeting held at this
place on Tuesday fast will be found pub
lished in full in this Star. It.will be seen
that no nomination was made, but recom
mended the voters of tbe District lo support
HtsRT W. Tract of Bradford, aa Independ
ent candidate against that notoriously cor
rrtpt Demagogue, Reverend George Law don,
-whose record in the Senate shows that he
oed for and supported every thing that
was bad, and never did a judicious, wise,
or noble act in all his public life. He sup
ported the tepeal of the tonnage tax ; assist
i in framing this Congressional District for
hi own purpose?, and aided in carrying
through all bills of a partizan character, no
matter how eorrtpt, only that they were
tainted with Abolitionism and high swindle.
Fe is rot the person to represent ns in the
next Congress ly any means. We do not
wish to send aa Abolitionist to Congres9
torn this district. Our people want to be
truly repreiented ; and that by an. honest
rr an, one who would command respect and
bi an honor to the District. Snch men as
Bevettnd Gioace Lasdoj should not be al
Ic wed to disgrace the Halls of Congress ; j
d we trust !bey wi'l not. 1
ArrcR serving through a campa'gn of
some eleven days in the capacity of a soU
dier we are again permitted to resale the
publication ol the Star. We enlisted, as
we told our readers before, on the sudden
call of the Governor for 50,000 troops to
repel the threatened invasion of our Slate
by the Southern rabels. On arriving at Har
risborg we found nearly all Pennsylvania
there; such an out-pouring of the people
in response to the Governor's call never wan
witnessed before in this State. Regiments
were formed and officered, one after anoth
er, in complete order, and sent to the bor
der of the State, ready to turn the enemy
whenever be made his appearance. Quiie
a number ol Regiments did not stop at the
border, but marched on into Maryland and
formed a conjunction with McClkllan's
army, which operation is said Id have had
good effect in bringing about the glorious
result of the then pending fighi between
McClellan and tbe rebels Lee and Jackson.
The, 12th Regiment, to which we belonged,
was not of the number that refused to cross
the Slate line, but formed a part of Ale
Clellak's advance on Friday night, some
two miles beyond Haseratown. To u the
campaign was a pleasant one ; hardly long
enough to find out what soldiering is like.
We had a good set of officers, which made
tbe campaign much more pleasant than it
otherwise could have been. Out Colouels,
Jamfs Johnson, of Philadelphia, and John
F. Means, of Bradford, are military men of
considerable experience ; the former hav
ing gone through several hard fights,among
the number the great Ball's Bluff disaster,
and to" day carries the led of reoel bullets
in hi body. Besides their military experi
ence, which made us love them, ihey are
gentlemen of the first order. ..They spared
no pains'to make their men comfortable,
useful and efficient in drill. For the time
the Regiment was under instructions it pro
gressed rapidly and bid fair, bad it remain
ed in the service of the State a few weeks,
to become a well drilled and disciplined
Regiment. Major Newman, of Bradford,
and Adjutant Chembkrlin, of this place,
were the right men in lite right place. In
every respect fit for the poeiuous they leld.
Danville Fencisles. This company
commanded by Capt. Shreeve, 132d Regt.,
was ergaged in the thickest of the fight du
ring the recent severe engagements with
the enemy at Sharpsburg. Below we pub
hhh a list of the kille-J and wounded belong
ing 10 mat company, by which it will be
seen that they suffered very severely . Mr.
Noiris, of this place, received a letter from
the Captain, and we are under obligations
10 Mr. Hinkley tor furnishing us the (acts
from the letter as given below :
Killed John M Hassenptug. Daniel Van
Rook, Daniel J. Kla?e, Hiram Hummel, Ja
rob Long, John Gibson, Samuel Hilner.
, Wocudcd David R Shutt, slight; Jacob
H. Miller, thisfh; E W. Roderick, scalp,
flight; E. D. Smithjfinger, slight; S. V. Dye,
shoulder slight: Jas Foster, thumb; Wra. A.
Riujjler, call, flefh wound; Win. B Kneas,
shoulder, severe; . W. Arnwif;e, neck, se
vere; David Heiulrickson, shin, very severe;
John Leignow, lost left arm; John Morns,
through breaM, will get well; Archy Vand
lir.g, leg. sligM; "Heury B. Adams, side, se
vere, C. C. Moyer, -lgh?; Charles Flick,
hand, si gut; George Lovee.t, calp, slight
The 13th Reijimen t,Pennsylvania State
Militia, was officered as follows :
Col James Johnson, of Philadelphia.
L. Col John F. Means, of Bradlord.
Major S. H Newman, of Bra-JtVii.
Surgeon. W. F. Reiber.
AcM. Surgeon. J. Vanderslooi.
Adjutrft.t Jas. W, Cheinber:in,of Columbia
Qnar:er Master. I. W. McKelvy, do
Sergeant Major. B. S. Powers
Quarter Master Serg't. L. T. Fuller, Lrz.
Drum Major Bev Mussleman, Danville
The different companies comprising the
Rez'iment were Captained as follow:
Captain Clark, Columbia.
4 Wiener Montour.
" Young "
Lieut. C. B Brocewat, who was taker,
prisoner in the last Bull Run fight, which
was engineered by Gen. Pope, while using
his guns upon the rebels, arrived at thi.
place on Monday. last. His battery suf
fered severely, losing out of some 30 men
all but thTee ; they having been killed,
wounded and captured. Lieut. B. was ta
ken to Richmond, where he was held a
pri-cner of war till quite recently when In
was released oh parole of honor. He looks
good considering the bad treatment and
scanty food received. He gives some in
teresting accounts ol rebeldom and thinks
upon the whole that the rebels are in a
great measnre desponding in their cause
He ays there is still a good deal of Union
feeling in and about Richmond op to this
day. They acknowledge themselves whip
ped in ihe late fight at Antetum, which is
rather surprising, as they are in the habit
of claiming all fights a victory for them.
THE advertiser having been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very simple
remedy, after having suffered years with a
severe lung affection, and that dread dis
ease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of
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 rame, which they will find a sure cure
or C onsnmption. Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
The only pbject of Ihe advertiser in send
ing tbe" Prescription is to benefit the afflic
ted, and spread information which he con
ceives to be invaluable, and be hopes eve
ry sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them Dothing. and may provea bless
ing. Parties wishing the prescription will
please addreis Rev. E. A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings county, N. Y.
October 1. '62. 3m.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
Letter "A" Family Sewing Macbins,
JFith all ihe Recent Lnprvvements. -
Is the best and cheapest and most beau i
ful of all Sew?in Machines This Machine
will sew anything, from the running ol a
luck in Tarletan to the making ol an ovtr
coat; anything from Pilot or Beaver cloth
down to Ihe softest Gaue or Gossamer
Tissue, and is ever ready lo do its work to
perfection. It can fell, hem, bind, gather,
tuck, quilt, and has capacity for a great va
riety of ornamental work. This i not the
only Machine that can fell, hem, bind, and
so forth, but it will do so better than a ly
other machine. The Letter ,lA" Family
Sewing Machine may be had in creat vari
ety of cabinet caes. The Folding Cae,
which is now becoming f-o popular, i, as
us name implies, one that can be folded
into a box or case, which, when opened,
makes a beautitul. substantial, substantial,
and spacious table for the work to rest
upon The ca-es are of every imaginable
design; plain as the wood grew in its native
forest, or as elaborately finished as art can
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
silk twist, thread, needles, oil, etc., of ihe
very bet quality.
Send (or a copy of Singer & Co.'s Gazette.
I. M SINGER & CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE.8I0 Chestnut Si.
N. S. Tinsiley, Agent, in Epy, Pa.
John Sharpless, Agent, in Caltawissa.
Juy 23, 1862 -ly.
$150 BEST PIANOS. $1150
GROVESTEEN & HALE, having re
moved 10 their new wareroorns,
1T0. 47 EROiOVAT,
are now prepared 10 offer the public a mag
nificent new scale full
7 Octave Rosewood Piano,
containing all improvement? known in this
country or Europe, over-strung b isc,
French grand action, harp pedal, full iron
SI, 'SO CASH,
Warranted for 5 Years.
Rich moulding cases,
$175 TO $200,
all warran ied made ot the best seasoned
material, and to stand better lhan any wold
for S400 or S500 by the old methods of
manufacture. We invito the best Jtiilges
to examine, and try these new instruments,
and we stand ready at all time to test tl em
with any others manufactured i;i iuUccuii-
! y GR0YESTEEX & IIILn,
478 Broadway, Xcw York.
Juue 4'h 1862. 3m.
READING UIL ROADr
("REAT Trunk line from the North and
North-west for Philadelphia, New
York, Reading. Potisville,Lebanon, A'len
low ii. Kaston, , &.
Trains leave Harriburg for Philadelphia
New Vork, ReadirjuPonsvdle, and all in
termediate Sta.ions, at 8 a. M.and 1.40 p. m.
New York Express leave Harr'cb.i-g at
1.25 A M. atrlving at New York at 8 2: the
Fares lrom Harrisbnrg: to New York
So 00, lo Philadelphia S3. 25 and 52,7 0.
Baggage checked through.
Returning leave New York at 6 A. M. 12
Noon, and 8 P. M. (Piltrburjh Express )
Leave Philadelphia at 8 A. M and 3.t5 P
Sleeping cms in the New York Exres
Trains, through to and Irom P'tlburgh
Passengers by the Ca'tawia Ril Road
leave Port Clinton at 4 45 A. M lor Phila
delphia and all intermedia'e Stations a id
at 3 00 P. M. for Philadelphia. New Yo.k,
and all Way Points.
l in. Iea e Pottvillrt at 9 A. M. and
2.15 P. M. for Philadelphia and New York,
and a; 5. 3D P. M. for Auburn and Port
Clinton only, connect io ,rtr Pine Grove
and with tite Cal"awisa Rail Road.
An accomodation Pae'iiier train leaves
Reading, ai 5 A. M. ar.d return (rorn Phila
delphia at 5 P M.
fV Ail the the ebove tiains run Jaily,
Siii'iiajs excep'e !.
A Sunday train loaves PoMsvilifl at 7.30
A M. and Piii.adeiphi at 3 1 5 P. M.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, an I Ev
cursior. Ticket-, at reduced rates t and
from ail points.
G. A. NICuLLS,
June 4th i862.
THE confessions ar.d experience of a
snfferer. Publi-hed as a warning, and for
the especial bens fit of Young Met-, and
tUot-e who suffer with Nervous Debility,
Loss of Memory, v Premature D'cay, &..,
by ono who has cured himself by i-imple
means, af er being put lo creat ejpetise
and ii. convenience, through ihe use ol
wonhies- medicines prei-ribed by I -arned
Doctors. Single copies may bo had of the
author, C. A LAM BERT, esq., Grefti point,
Long lIand, by enclosing a pot-pa d ad
dress envelope. Addre-s
CHAS. A. LAMBERT, Esq ,
Greenpoiui, Long bland, N. Y.
May 21. '"62. 2m.
A CARD to ouiig Ladies and titntle
men. The Mibsoriber will send Tee of
charge to all ail who desire it, the l?ecipe
and direction lor making a umple Vege
table Balm, that will, in from two to eight
days, remove Pimple, Bioiche, Tan,
Freckle, Sallow ness Rod all impurities
and roughness of the Skin, leaving the
Game as Nature intended it should be
colt, clear, finooth and beautiful. Those
desiring the Receipe, with full instructions,
direction", an J advice, will pleae call on
or address with return postage, J
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New York.
May 21, '62. 2m.
Toiioe is hereby given that He-ter He
wile of James He, has lelt bis bed,
and board without any just caue or provo
cation Bnd all person are forbidden to trsut
her on his account. The parlie re-ido in
Snaarloal" township, Columbia county.
Sunarloaf, Au2. 20, 1862. 2t.
Estate of Franklin Longenberger deposed.
ETTEUS of admiiiiia'ion ot thu es'ate
cl Frai.kl.n Longenberger, !atf of Co
lumbia county, dee'd, have been granted
by (tie Regimer cf Paid county, to Wrn. K.
Longenberer, of Beaver iwp., Col. co.,
All person having claim or ilianand
aaint the estate of the decedent, will
present them to ihe adminisirilor for settlem
en.', and thoi indented lo tbe estate are
rpqnetted to make payment immediately '
la the undersigned.
Wra K. LONG EN B ERG '? R.
Beaver twp., July 9, 1S62.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
. : : : AT "
LARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE
CEIVED, AT the Store of Daniel McHenry, in Still-
water, Columbia county.
The undersigned would respectfully in
vite the citizens of Fishinj? Creek and the
furroundiug country, lo hi large and ex
tensive ftotk of Good, just received from
the cities of New York and Philadelphia,
all of which he will sell cheaper lhan here
tolore. FTIs assortment cohhMs of
Hat and Caps, of
the latest fashion, Boot and Shoe of the
most approved make ; also, a lot of excel
lent Itcady-Hade- Clothing.
together with a gmd assortnienl ol Ves
tings. Hi store i well filled with Goods
ot every description. His
3 Ol OD C23 Oa 532 12 133 S3
are not surpassed by any Slote in the coun
try. His Hardware Department ha not
SCYTHES, RAKES, II0ES, SU0VELS
&c, are conMantly kept on hand ; also,
Spikes and Nail ; in short, everything us
ually found in Firsl-Clas Stores.
DANIEL Mc HENRY.
Stillwater, May 14, 1K62.
fTiHE Spring Term of thi Institution wi I
X commence on the 7ih of April next.
The Principal will be assisted by able
instructors, and as ample facilities will be
afforded to qualify Students for leaching,
for business or for a more extensive course
in literature, a liberal share of tpartronage
is h'ain solicited.
Pupil who do not come from home, or
are not put under the charge o! near rela
tives, must boaid at the Seminary, and be
subject to Ihe regulations thereof. They
musl provide their own towels and have
each article of clothing distinctly marked.
Eleven weeks corstitute a quarter and
there will be a vacation of about six weeks
in nr.id summer.
Boarding, washina and Tuition, with
furnished rooms, will be S25 per quarter,
or.e half payable in advance.
Tuition alone in Common branches, S5 00
" including advance Algebra
mathematics history &c. 6 00
" in Latin, German or French
eah extra . 1 00
For further particular address
WM. BUKGESS, Principal.
Millville, Col co., Feb. 26, 1862.
QUARTERLY MIRROR of FASHIONS,
GREA T 131 PRO VE MEN 1 'S !
IHE Summer Number vill contain fmir
" lame and splendid Fashion Plates, ihree
Ful! Sized Patterns, comprising- the new
French Waist, and elegant tdeeve, and a
Mis-e. Sack, loaethe' with nearly 100 en
graving of ati the novelties for Summer
bonnets, Clonks, Trim in ins;. Children's
Dresses, etc , Valuable information to Mil
lin-rs, drs maker, mothers, and ladies
2nerally. preniinsf the Inresi arid bel
Fashion Matrazine in the Woii I, publiserf
47s Kroadway. and sold everywhere at 25
cents, or sent ty mail j est Iree. on receipt
ot the amount, Yearly f 1 wi fi the follow,
ing valuable premium.
Each 5 early stibscrif er will be entitled
lo tfie selection of 0 rent wonh of plain
pattern, fron. the designs in the took, or
trom the sMow room,orihey may be r.(er-
ed and sent by mail any lime during the
year, by paving the poataae.
rySplendid inducement to Canvassers
Tite summer rti.mher will be ready on or
about the 1st of May.
April 3Th, 1S52.
-m:w A KHIVA l OF T
SPRING AND SUMMER
7 ' Pi: TEH K S T S S T O li :
I i Lihi L'rtet, Columbia county, Per.ua.
HAS jn-t re'ive.i trom PLi!aJ?lpii,
and i- now openina at the old siatir.
lately occupied b Martz & En!, a splen
did assortment of MERCHANDIZE, which
will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNRY PRODUCE !
Hi siock consists of Lvlies Dress Goods
choice-i stlesatd latest fashions.
CARPETS. SUA 'AS,
READY-M de clothing,
CASSI M KKS, S ATI N ET,
COTTON A DES,
CedarwareHardware, Medicine Drill's,
Oils, Paint, &c, Boots and Shoes, IUu
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of old friends, and the
public public generally, is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Lighf Street. May 7, 1862.
iiaV KSAEglIEK !EOl. -
Opposite the Court House and next door to
THE undersigned, repect(ully inform his
friends and customer that he has opened
A New Barber Shop.
In Court House Alley, next. door below
the Office of the Columbia Democrat, where
he will be hsppy to wait upon all customers,
and from long experience and strct a'tfi
tion to bniness, he hopes to merit and re
ceive a liberal share of public pa!ronaa-
EFAll :hinss here ' done in dei-encr and
in order." THOMAS BROWN.
B'o ur-stjiirir. March 5. 162.
KM RAY MA HE
"1AME ' the residence of the obscrier
in Oranueville, Columbia
day oi AHiiui, ibo.4, a xA i
MAliK, wi'ti a white spot or XAtfB;
star on hr forehead. Tne owner will come
foevvard, prove property, pay charo s.nd
take her away, o herwiM she will be sold
a Ihe law directs.
Orangeville, Sept. 3 1862.
CM. IS. Ardesco Coal Od fur sale,
12 cts. per quart, by
Bfoom'bnrg. Feb. 26. lyr2
lOK .LE 1 wo Paient Lever f J hit fen
A Jewels Watches, will be sold cheap !
for cah. They are in good coniitin. For ,
further particulars, inquire at the Star Or-j
Bloomsborg, Jan. t9, 832.
LiOoh to your Interests !
f FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SPR!!VG AXD SUMMER GOODS,
MILLER &, EYER'S.
flUIE subscribers have just returned from
- the City with another large and select
asort ment of
Spring and Summer CSood,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowesi
figure, and which Ihey are determined to
sell on a moderate terms as can be pro
cured elsewhere in BloomsLurg. Their
Ladic' Dies- o ,
of the choicest styles and Utet fashions.
Hardware, Qneensware, Cedarwa'e, Ilo!
lowware, Iron, Nailaj Boots & Shoes, Hat
and Caps, &c, &c. In short, everything
Usually kept in country stores; lo which tlipy
i:ivits ihe public generally. The hia het
price paid far country produce.
MILLER & EYER.
Bloom sburs, April 30, 1862.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
'IMIK undersigned would most respect
fully announce lo the citizens of Bloom
bura and vicinity that she ha just receiv
ed from the eastern cities her
priug & Summer Millinery Goods,
all of which she is prepared to makerrj
and sell at a very reasonably low fi2-,f'J
ure. Her assortment f good are a
little superior in point of durability as well
a taMefiilness, lo any offered in this section.
She returns thanks for the libeial pa'ron
ajje she has received, and respectfully so
licits a continuance of the same.
Bloomsbnra, April 23 1862.
& i s-Prvt,XtLg
G ii 1 1 a I'crcha Rlackin .'
TOR Boot, Shoes, Harness, Carriages,
and Military Leather VVork.
This new and excellent article excels
eveaything ever before in use, for beauti
fying and sofienin the Leather. It make
u polish like patent leather ; will not rub
off with water, nor slain !he finest white
silk, and makes leather perfectly water
proof. Twice a month applied on boot
and shoej and once a month for harness
is sufficient. If ihe leather becomes dirty
wah it off with clean water and the polish
will re-appear. Warranted a repreented.
Direct ions tor use. Apply a few drops
on a sponge, rub it slowly over the leather,
and the polish is complete.
PRICE 37 CEFTS PFR BOTTLE I
CT For sale by L. T. &H A RPLEbS. jj
Bloomsburs;, May 14, 1862.
LIFE I ILLS & PIIOEMX BITTERS
THESE MEDICINES have now been be
fure 'he cubhc lor a period of Thirty
Years, and duriiii! thai t-mc f'.ave maintained
a high chaiacter in almost every pari of the
(i'obe. foi their extraordinary and imme
diate powr ol restoring perfect health to
proiis suflerir.il under nearly every kind
of disease to which the human frame i
Thrt following are among th diftres-ina
variety of 1 miaii diases in which the
vi:(;n tiud; i.ifi-: jiiioit:ixi:s
A'e we.l known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly c!eansin
the first and second stornache, and eraa
lir.g a H )w of pure, healthy bile, instead ol
lh" stale and acrid kind: Flatulency, Loss
of Ap;iiie Heaiibum, Headsche, Re.t!
ness, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Languor, and
Melancholy, which are ihe aenral ymp
loin of Dxspepsia, ill vanish, as a nl
tural conseqoorice of its cure.
COS1TVENESS, by rleansins the whole
length of the iidesiir e with a so'ven; pro
cesf ai d uitlmut t ioUii'0; all viuieni pur
ge leave the bowels co-lie within two
FEVEBS of all kind, by restorina the
li!oo,l t a regular circulation, tiirouyh the
.r ol respiration i n such cases, and
th" )or"uuh solution of all intestinal b
struc .! in other.
Thi. itle M 'icines hnv been known to
eure liflEUM ATI?M permaiemly i: three
weeks, and 'JOUr m hall that time: t
removing Ux-al infiamat'on Irom the mti
cles mill lis iment of the joint.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
irc ngthinsj the kidneys and bladder; they
operate most tte liphtf ully on these impor
lar.t organs, and hence have ever bejn
found a certain remedy for the worst cases
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the
turnings of the bowels the siimy mauer to
which these crea'ures aJhere.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and IN VETERTEA
SORES, bv the perfect puntv which leseh
LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and
all the hmors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD
COMPLEXIONS, bv their alterative effect
upon the fluid that feed ihe skin, and the
morbid slat of which occasions all erup
tive cnmpl aints, sallow, cloudy and otl.er
d ia;reeat!e complexion.
Tlie use ol these Pill- for a very short
time will effect an pntire cure of SALT
RHEUM, and a striking improvement in
ihe clearness of the skin. Common Colds
and Infli enza will always be cured by one
dose, or by t wo ir. the om ca-es.
PILES. The original proprietor of these
Medicines, wa cured of Piles, 35 years
standing by the use of the Life Medicines
FEVER AND AGUE. For ihi scourge
of the Western country, these Medicine
will be found a a!e, speedy and ceitain
remedy. Other medicines leave the ys
tern subject to a return of the disease a
cure bv these Medicines is permanent
TRY THEM, be Satisfied and b Cured.
BILIOUS FEVERS aND LIVER COM
PLAINTS. (Jeneral Debi'ity, Lo-s of ap
peii;e, and TMseases of Females the Med
icines have been used with the most ben
eficial result in cases of thi- deeripiinn:
Kiuu Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forms
y ield to Ihe mild vet powerful action ol
lhee remaikable Medicines. Nisht Sweat
Nervou debiliv, Nervous Complaint of
si! kind-. Palpitation of ihe Heart, Pain
ters' Colic, are sreedt cured.
M ER C URIAL D1SEA S ES.-Person u h o.e
coiistiiutmii have become impaired by the
injudicious use ot Mercur, will find these
Medicine a perfect cure as ihy neter
flit to era In-a e tro'ii ih,- sisim, stll the
efltcisol Jlcciiiy, it. finitely -ifmner t!i.n
th' njosi powerful preia rations of Sarsapa-
ri'la. Prepared and sold n
W. B MOFFAT,
335 Brodwav, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUfiiiTS.
April 17, 1861-lr-
G Ii E'EXl. "OOiTsE Ml VAUlT
rvHE Autumn term ol this instiiutioni will
MONDAY. AUGUST 4th, 1862
TERM -s-For Boardu g, Washing,
Tuition, etc., lor Eleven weeks S25 00
One half in advance.
Student who have, not enlaced looms
will do well to make early application to
WM BURGESS, piincioil.
Miltviila, CoJ, eo. Pa , July 19, 1861.
Important to House Owners.
Important to Builders. .
Important to Rail Road Companies:
Important to Farmers.
To all whom this may concei n, and it concerm
JOHNS 4- "fliOSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUI I A PERCH A,
The Cheapest ar.d most duble Roofiir,
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied lo New and Old Hoofs of
AI! kinds, steep or flat, and lo Shingle
Roofs without removing the Shii.ele
THE COST ISONLN Ah OUT ONE-THIRD
Til VT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE
Thi articiK has been ihoronoly tpted in
New York City and all part of ihe United
Sta'es, Canala, West Indies and Central
;md Sonth America, on Build inn of all
kind, such an Factories, Foundries Church
es. Rail Road Depots, Car, and on Public
Building" generally, (J"vernmeni Buildings.
&c., by the principal Builder, Architects
and other, during the past fnnr year and
has proved to bo the CHEAPEST' and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING u, u-e ; it i
in every respect a fiire, water, wealhe'r and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
lhi n the OKLY material manvfictvred in
the United Statet which combines the very
desirable properties of Elasticity and Dura
bility, which are universally acknowledged
to be poss-s.ed by GU'JTA PERCHA and
IS'o Heat is required in making appli
cation. The expense of applying ii is triflnins with
ordinary Roof can be covered andfin.
ished the some day.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANY ONE,
find when finished form a prtfectty Fi-e
Proof sinfice with an ela-n nody. which
cannot t e injured ty Heal. Cold or Storms
Shrin kit g of Roof Boards, nor any externa!
ati on lia pvr r.
LIQUID OUTTA PERCHA CEBENT.
For C(aiin Metal of all Kinds when ex
poed to ihe actio of the Weather and
For Preserving and Pi pairing M-tul
Poofs of all Kinds.
Ihi is the only Composition Known
which will succes.-fully reUt extreme
change of climate, for any lensth of lime
when applied to rne'als,to which it adhere
firmly, lorming a body erjual to three coats
of ordinary pain:, co.-ts n.uch less and will
LAS T THREE TIMES AS LONG ; and
from its elaticiiy jg not injured by the con
tnciion of TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
consequent upon sudden changes cf the
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Meial Roofs can te
readily repaired with GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor
rosion aim leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water tight Roof for many years.
This Omen' i peculiarly adapted for the
pre-ervaiion of Iron Railms, Stove, Ran
aes. Sale, Agricultural Implement, &c ,
al-o for reneral manufacturer u-e
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repa.irin Tin and other
Metal Roofs or every description, from i s
great ela-tieity, i not injured by the con
traction and expansion ot Metals, anr1 uill
not crack in cold or run in varrn weather.
These material are adapted to all cli
ma e, and we are prepared to supply or
der trom any part of ire country, at shori
no-ice, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
roll-, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrel, with full
printer? directions tor application.
We vdl m-ikt libcnil and soli factory arrange
rnems vith rey'tii'de pntiet who would tike to
etaNiih themselnei itm Lucrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
Wh can give abundsr.t proot of all we
claim m favor of onr improved Roofing
Miterial. have applied them lo s rl
thoij-and Roofs in New York Cmv and vj.
ciniiy. JOHNS & CI.OSLEY,
IJ'hohsale. XVarcfiouxe 78 IFWutm St.,
Corner o' Liberty S rett. NEW YORK.
Fc'.J descriptive Circnlars and Prices will
be f.irni-hed on application.
Oc ol-er 16 1 6 y.
f "OCTOii THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will
- (send toall who wih it (Irce of ch trej
the Rcipe and full directions for makir.;:
and u-ifg a beautifiil teaeiable Bilm. iha'
will etTecmally remove IVnple, Blotches
Tan Fre kles, &c, &c, leavi; t!i ekin
smooth, clean, and beautiful; alo full ,ii
rection lor usin" Pelatreau's celet rate f
Stimulant, war-anted to start a full zrowth
ot Whiskers, or a Mustache, in less than j
.1-. , T-- r.i . I
iiiiny ay. wilier ot m above can h
obtained by return mail, by addressing
"with stamp for retnrn potaae) DR.
THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Che.n
ist, 831 Broadway New YorK.
January 15, 1862. 2m.
r p HECONFF.SMOXS and EXPERIENCE
1 of a SUFFERER, Published a a warn
irg, an I lor tlie e-pet-ial benefit of Youna
Men and those who sufft-r with Nervous
Debility, Loss of Memory, Premature De
cay, &c , kc, &c, by one who ha cured
himself by simple mean, efer be'm pot
lo sreat exper.se ami inconvenience,
through the ne. of worthless medicine
prescribed by leaine I Doctor.
Single copies may te had of the author,
C. A. LAMBERT, Eq., Greenpoint, Lone
Iland. ty encloi-inj a ro'-paid addressed
envelope. Ad Iress CHARLES A. LAM
BERT. Esq, Greenpoint, Long Island,
January 15, 1862 2m.
Kollock's Dandelion CoSVe .
THIS preparation, made from the best
Java Coffee, i recommended by phyicin
a a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE
for General Debility, D pep.ia, and all
bilious disorder. Thousands who have
been compelled to abarido:i the use of cof
lee will ue thi without inj-irion effects.
One can contain the stret)2:h ot tivo
pounds of ordinary coffee. Price 25 cents.
KOLLOCK'S LEY AIX,
The purest and best BAKING POWDER
known, for making light, sweei and nutri
tion Bread and c.ikes. Price 5cents.
M II KOLLOCK Cbemi-t.
Corner of Broid and Chestnut Street.
HT And sold by all Druggists and Grocers. j)
February 26, 1862 ly.
ESTATE OF ALEM iVARR, DECD.
Ietters of ad ministration on the estate of
Alem Marr, late of Scott tp , Colum
bia cornij. deceased, have bet-n ranied
rV i'e Register of aid county to Peter E it,
residjt.jj in Liiiht Street, township and conn
iy aforesaid. All persons having claim or
demands against the eiate of the decedent
re requested to present them duly anthen
licaied to te administrator for settlement,
and ihoe indebted to the etate will make
payment forthwith lo
- PETER E'T, adror.
Scott, May 28ih, 182.
FRIERDS AXD RELATIVES
Ernrc Soldiers and Sailors.
A'l who have Friend and Relatives in
the Army or Navy, s onld take especi
cre,that Ihey be amply supplied with ihe.
Pill and Oin'mem ; end where ihe
brave Soldier and S ih-rs have neglected
to provide themselves with the in. no tetter
present can be sent them by tfeir friend.
They have been proved f be ih SoIdiei
never-fail ng Iriemf in ihe hour of need.
COUGHS AND CCLDS AFFECTING
Will be relieved and effectually cured by
using there admirable medicine, and by
la ing proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pot or Box.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT Or AP
PEI ll E, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS. ;
Those feelings which so sadden us, usual
ly atise from trouble or annoyances, ob
-trnced perspiration, or ea-irg'and drink
ing wha'ever is un wholesome, thus di
urting the healthful action of the liver and
stomach. These organs mhst be relieed,
if you de'ire to be well. The Pill, taking
according to the printed instructions, will
quickly produce a healthy action in both
liver and stomach, ami a a natural conse
quence a clear head and good appeiiiw
WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED
BY OVER FATIGUE.
Will soon disappear by the use of these
invaluable pills, and the soldier will quick
ly acquire additional strength. Never let
the bowels be etther confined or unduly
acted ui on. It may seem strange ihai Ho.
loway's Pill should he recommended, for
Dyserury and Flux, many persons suppo
sing iha' ihey would increase ihe relaxa
tion. This is a great mistake, for these
Pill will correct the livei and stomach
and thus remove all the acrid humors from
the system., Thi medicine will give lone
and vior to the whole organic svs'em how
ever deranged, while health and s'renath
follow as a rnai'fcr ol co'ir-e. Nothing will
stop i lie relaxation of tfe bowels so sure a
this famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION ! INDIS
CRETION OF YOUTH.
Sores ar.d Ulcer-, Blotches and Swelling
can with ceriftinty be radically cured if thti
pill are tnken night ami mornina and ihe
Ointment be freely used as saled iu Ihe
printed in-tructioii. If treated in any oth
er manner they dry np in one part to f reak
ont'in another. Wherea this Ointment
will remove the humors from the system
and leave the Patient a vigorous and heal
thy man. It will require a !i;tle per-eve-.
ranee in bad cnes lo insure a fasting cure.
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED
BY THE BAYONET, SABRE OR THE
BULLET, bORF.S OR BRUISES.
To which every Soldier and Sailor are li
able, the'e are no medicines o safe, ore
and convenient a Hollo.vay's Pill and
Ointment. The poor wounded and almot
ding sufferer might have hi wound
dressed immediately, i ,e would only prr-
vide himsell with ihi matchles Oir.tn cm,,
which should be thrust inio Ihe wound
and smeared all rnuud it, then covered vt i;h
a piece of linen from hi knapsack ar.d
compressed wi h a handkercheif. Taking
night and morning 6 or 8 pills, to cool the'
sys-em and prevent i:iilamaiion.
Every Soldier's Knap-ack and Sea.nanV.
Che-i shjuM be provided with tbesy valua
CAUTION! None are genuine cn1a
ifje words -'H dloway. New York and Lon
don are discernat le a a Water-mat k in
every leaf of f.e book of direction round'
ea-h pot or box : the same may be plnii ly
set-n bv fioh i'ig the tef lo Ihe light. A
handsome reward -Till be given lo any ot,
rendering socfi information a- my ad It
the detection ol any pa.ly or parties coun
terfeiting i tie medicine oi vending ti-
sitie. knowing them to be epuriou
Sid at the Manufactory r,f Professor
H?I:owa, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all ra-pec'able Dru2gists and Dealers in
icine, throughout Ihe civilized wcrl.tf
in boxes at iwemy five cents, sixty iwo
c-nts arul one doll ir each.
rtr There i consi derable savtg bv la-,
king the larger-site.
N B Dircc'ion for ibe guidance of pa:
Items iti every disorder are affixed to each
April 9th 162. ly.
(OF JERSEY TOWN, PA)
rjyK subscriber w ou!d respectfully pp
prire fus (nends arul the public gener
ally, thai he ha established Ihe
in Jereytown, Columbia county, Ta. Th
above house ha laey peen tefiited hud
undergone a thorough repairing by ihe p-o-pr;eior.
He is fully prepared to enteristio
I tie i ravelling cu'om as well a the l.cl
with general satistaclion. Hi TABLE and
BAR,are well supplied and will he careful
ly siij erin ended. And h's S TA BLE is an -ply
anil well stocked, in charge of careful
grooms, w ill always be properly a'tpnded.
Cv' He inviifs a share of the public ro
torn, and pledges his best efforts, to help
hi-guests feel at home.
SAMUEL RIM BY.
Jersey town, Jan 8, 1S62.
NEW HATS AND CAPS !
A J. Ii. C.irton's S3al tore.
THE undersigned respectfully inform ihn
i tie citizens of Bloombu rg , and sfie ptbho
in general, that he ha pit received from
Philadelphia a lot ot NEW HATS L CAPS,
for Spring and Summer, of the very latest
styles and fashion, all of which hr i pre
pared lo sell cheaper lhan can be had else
where, with ihe excep. ion of the rr.anul ac
turer. He ha all kind, styli, sort and
sizes, of hats and caps, probably i fie moM
varied asoftn.-ent ever brought to town.
Also SI RAW GOODS, including the mod
ern stales and fashions.
ftSiore on Main Street, a few doors
west ol the American House.
Bloomsburg. Apiil 16, 1S62.
$25: E3I PLOY:.! FAT ! $75
We will pay from S25 to $75 per month,
and all expenses, in active Asent", or give
i commission. Part'cn'ar sent free. Ad
dres Ekik Skwing Macitink Compant, R
JAMES, lie, eral Aseo", Milan, Onto.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 21, 1861.
tlnrge a-soriirei i of L-'es' Gaiter juat
received at Jl OO ar.d ?1 25 at
L T. SHAKPLKS?.1