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STAR OF THE -NORTH'
: - 'Wfucesdaj' Morning, Sept. 2, IS6J..
Portraits. Splendid ' Portraits of Judge
Wopdwaud, the Democratic candidate for
Governor, for sale by Col. : Freeze at, the
Recorder's Oificu. Call and boy one Price
tliiny cents, i . : .
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We notice the d rait has bees made in
quite a number of counties in this State,
and those districts favorable to Republican
ism have nntiL the middle of October to
.ieportT while nose more Democratic are
found to be bad ;y needed, and are notified
lo report in a sfcort time.: Ia there any jus
lice La tbi proceeding? ".. "' , ' , :
... Bojmside, being an . ignominious failure
as a commander in the . field, seems to be
ambitious cf earning a reputation like But
ler did at New Orleans, by a career oi,infa
tnouB administrative tyranny.
Peaches. Hiram J.Reeder, of Franklin
township, thi&coonty has, our thanks for
Ihosa peaches presented to ns. They were
fine and we' think we did justice to
them. 4.Mr. K. U the'most extensive peach
grower in this county... He has & splendid
peach orchard, and raises large and val
uable crops, . Hi experience as a horticul
I urirt, especially. in the peach liaeis bard
lo surpufrn. Saccesw to; him. - .
Nkw subscribers are com ming; in daily
from all quart srs.' We sustained quite a
considerable (oss in the closing up of our
c:e, daring our drafted term, but the
prospects are fair towards making it up
lo as in a short time. We . hesitate not
in laying that the Star or the North has
fully merited the support ot the truly, loyal
men of Columbia county. And we can
state further that no yonng man in the coun
ty has made greater sacrifice in entering the
army than ns, save that of life.1. We will
endeavor to iprint a good paper, sustain
ing "Truth and "Right God and our Conn
try." ': "'.-,. - . " J '
Cot John '3. Fkeilze has for sale at the
Recorder's C:3icr Bloomsburg,Fifty Copies
of 'Sheppard's Constitutional Text-Book,"
recommended by the best Judges and Law
yers of the country, lor the use of the pub
lic, DdTexuiit edition come at from 75 els.
to 81 25. ! .
He La buen induced to send for them
becanis ihe-j- have been so frequently in
quired alter, They are the same editions
be noes in his speeches. Call and buy one.
. Go as. The two coiapamea of soldiers
wao have teen stationed here for some
time, left on Tuesday to rejotn their Regi
ment, the 2d Corn Exchan, which is ex
ptcted to return to Philadelphia soon,' to be
mustered 001 cf service. The constant en
quiry while ihey were here was: IV ho sent
for them? What .were thy bronghf here
for? And vrhy were they retained here?
Prhaps some frightened old grannies could
answer that question. We hope they will
sleep soundly at nights now without visions
of Amazons armed with broomsticks to dis
turb their dream?. Danvihe Intelligencer.
Bakkahd Kskdiu, Jamns Wilet, and J' D.
Kerun, ware last week convicted of an ag
gravated assault opoD a Democrat in Erie
county,, and each sentenced to pay a fine
ci twenty dollars and costg cf prosecution.
This class of persons are now receiving the
Mteation tley deserve, and it is being dem
onstrated that there is but one kind of law
lor Democrats and Republicans.
Da. PekJohs appears to be considerably
exe rcised about V Copperheads,' and ' Cop
perhead Meetings" which he plates - are
betr.g held in Columbia county. From his
paper we -might judge that the whole
Democratic pany were "Copperheads," as
scarcely an allusion is made to that "party
or hs candidates without the appellation
,,Coppeb!idJ,, We don't understand why
iitis that tie Democratic party are more
'Copperish thatithe Abolition party, unless
ill j as ont of our. speakers remarked, the
other dayj that Uncle Afcfaharn had made
a good rataiy" Green Back'; which were
given to- the ' Government swindlers and
contractor! and the poor Democrats were
compelled, to pat up with the ; "old pen
nies." ' '.' '. ... . . . , ., .. ' .
"; CFUUDGE WOODWARD IS A CITIZEN
OFUNIMPEACH ABLE CHARACTER. AN
ABLE JURIST, AND A PATRIOTIC GEN
TLEMAN." FA ilade'ph ia InouirertJune 18,
I8'33, llepiiclican fnper.).
This isagood endorsement of the Dem
ocratic enndidate lor Governor, coming as
it does ffom one-of the most influential
Republicjtn joarnali of the State. , ;
The Abolition 'candidate for Governor,
Andy Cwtin, has commenced 'hist tour of
stiarnpinthe State for re-election. 'Ho will
have to explain bis action m regard to the
signing of the bill repeating the Tonnage
Tax, on the Pennsylvania Railroad Co. He
told the citizens of this' county, '.when he
was a candidate before, thati it was dan
gerous ti elect Henry Df Foster, the; Demo
cratic candidate, as be (Fo&ter) was conn
sel for the, Pennsylvania Railroad Co., snd
it iasght;be expected would favor the pas
sage of a bill exempting the Connpahy from
tonnage1 duties" - .What did he do, and what
was he pledged to do . at the'.very time he
taada this assertion 1 Why, one of the very
first acta of his administration was to sigr
iho bill, t -which he assured the people he
wos'J np't 'favor, making the taxpayers of
tbis CoJTiraonmealth pay ; the State some
3O0.CO0jauncally J- Now he is. gain ask
icg you for your votes. .Will yoa give him
yoar sajpert ?' Does he deserve "anything
more thin a jist rebuke .from the citizens ,
of this Commonwealth after thus deceiving
theni ? jThis act alone should, be sufficient !
ic place; hira on a level with a trick:r and '
fGOVERNOR CURT1N CAN NOT SE-'
I CURS THE SUPPORT OF EITHER HIS
OWN PARTV OR HIS OFFICE HOLD
ERS. Speech cf Alex Cummmqs, before the
Hcpublkon State Convention, Aug, 5, 1863.
Mr Cummings is only one ot the many
formerly warm and' influential friends of
Curtin, who now are deserting him in the
hour of trial when he most needs their sop
port. So it is, Curtin bas made a very un
popular Governor, even with bis own party.
Cumming '8 a leading Republican !
Profession Practice. Previous to the
draft in this county the Abolition Jacobine
Republicans professed great friendship for
this mode of "sustaining the Government."
They were Rtrong advocates of the draft it
was all right the army must have men, and
the darft was the way to get them.. ,4The
draft must be enforced, even ii the valiant
members of the Loyal League (those braves
who ran off and left their families when
Jeniins' cavalry approached our town,) had
to assist the Provost Marshal." This was
their language. Well, the draft come off,
and some of these patriots who were so
loud in its favor, happened to draw the
lucky prize ; in other words they wers
drafted. At once, and as if by magic, "a
change came o'er the spirit of their dream
and every mother's son of them refused to
go into the army, but nil ere ready to fork
over300 tobe leftoff! What hypocrits !
What beauties are they to talk in iavor of
the draft ? Is this the way to ""sustain the
Government ?"' Of the lew . Republicans
wbo were drafted in this place we don't
know one that intends shouldering a musk
et ; one and all have backed out. Carlisle
We clip the following acconnt of a charge
of a portion of Ewell's Corpe, on our forces
at Cemetery Hill, during the recent battle
at Gettysburg, Penna., and their reception
by Batlary F., commanded by Lieut. C. B.
Brockway, of Salem, Luzerne county., from
the Toledo (Ohio) Blade. It speaks well
for the gallantry aud courage of pur young
'Near dusk, the infantry on the right
having been engaged since 6 P, M, the
Divison of Gen. Early, of Ewell's corps
eight thousand strong, charged upon the
batteries on Cemetery Hill, with the deter
mination to carry the position or die in the
attempt.' A they came down the opposite
slope through a wheat field, the "red and
white" rag of rebellion could plainly be
seen, and quicker than thought itself, every
gun that could te brought to bear was
opened upon the lines. Slill on they come.
Soon they came and entered, the battery
and had posr-ession of the two left guns of
the battery. A seceh Lieutenant was just
grasping thebatery colors when the bearer
shot him through the he-art with a revolver,
receiving a ball in his own the next in
stant. The colors were instantly seized by
Lieut. Brockway, and the stall shot away
below his hand. The Lieutenant, discov
ered a rebel demanding the surrender of one
of his Sereants, struck him in tlm head
with a stone; completely flooring him.
Nothing dannted, 4 Johnie Reb," jumped
up and called upon both to surrender, when
the Sergeant seized hit own musket and shot
Urn. Just at Uu moment the gallant Gen.
Carroll, commauding the 4th aud 8th Ohio,
7th Virginia, and 14th Indiana Regiments,
came through our battery, aod joWied iu the
fiiht with his brigade, turned tho tide the
attack was reputed and the hill was still
safe. During this part of the day Capt.
Witherell, of Marietta, was sho' thruogh
the hand wiib a Minnie ball. Until 6 the
fiht was incessant, ceasing quite abroptly
and leaving' oar lined still firm and in
tact.'? . . '
A SEVEN OCTAVE $400
Payable in easy sums of Three Dollar per
month. The pnblic will please take notice
that the books of tb9 ..
Philadelphia jtfusifinl av
and Loan ocicty
Are now open to receive subscribers to a
Fourth Series. , t .
The first distribution of Seven octave
Rosewood Pianos for this series will take
place at the office ' " " .
No,: 1021 CHESTNUT Street, on
TUESDS F, OtU 1th. at 8 o'clock.
Circulars, giving the full plan of opera
tions, of this highly beneficial institution
can be had by applying to the Secretary of
the society. .
, H -W. GRAY, Secretary,
OtIIce, 1021 Chestnut St.
Oct. 8, 1862. . -
North Central Hail way.
TI M E TA BLE.
TWQ TRAINS DAILY to and from the
North and West Branch of the Susquehan
na. Elmira, and ail of Northern New York.
On and after Monday, April 20th, ie63,
the Passenger Trains of the Nonh Central
Railway mill arrive and depart from Sun
bury, Harrisburg sod, Baltimore, as follows:
Mail Train leaves Sunbory daily
except Sundays, at . - ' 'Z'.-. 10.10 a.m.
Leaves Hatmburg, - : ' 1-15 p.rn.
Arrives at Baltimore, : 5.35 '
Express Train leaves Sunbory daily .
j except Sundays, at 11 07 p.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg,except Monday 2.00 a.m.
Arrives at Baltimore daily except
, Monday, at r . 6.15 a.m.
AccommodatioT leaves Harrisb'rg 6,30 a.ra.
Mail Trail leaves. Baltimore daily 5 ' '
except Sundays, at 9.15 a.nw
Leaves HarrUburg, ' 1.15 p.m.
Arrives at , Sunbory.; ' . . ' ' : 4.05 p.m.
Express Trains Baltimore daily, 9.15 "
Arrives at .Harrisburg, J5 a.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg except Monday, 3.00 u
Arrives at Sunbury, ' 5.S8 "
f For further particulars apply at the office.
I. N. DUBARRY, Supt.
Harrisburg, Ang- 8, 1863. ; , ".-
A large assortment of Ladies' Gaiters jost
received at S1.C0 and SI 25 at
, . . .L..T. SHARPLESS.'
' -A.LL persons indebted to the late firm ot
Miller If Eyer, Merchants in Bloom
ourg, are tiert-by nntibed, tral (he Hook?,
Notes and Accounts of said firm are in the
Store for .collection, .and - must be settled
by the first of October, without respect to
MILLER & EYER.
Bloomsburg, August 26, 1863.
New Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
fTlHE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally,
that he has just received from the Eastern
Cities, a large assortment of
AND SUMMER CLOTHING
Fresh from the seat of Fai-hion, of all
sorts, size( and quantities, which will be
sold cheap for cash or country produce,
A L S O,
XI ATS & CAPS '.
: E00TS AND SU0ES
." Together with a variety of no
tions and ihingH too troublesome to numsr
ate, to which he invites the attention of pur
chaser. CP" Call and examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomshnrjr, Ana;. 26, 1863.
(HitroiVs cheap hat store
Another Arrival of. Goods.
Now is Your Time to Buy.
I NOW SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER
THE undersigned having bouaht oim the
Grocery of Divid Stroup, has re:nov.d
his Hat and Cap Siore up to Stronp's Old
Stand, where in addition lo a superior as
SPRING AND SUMMER
HATS AND CAPS.
Comprising every soit and quality, wiiiieh
will be sold at unusually low. prices.
He will continue the Grocery and Notion
business in all its forms as carried on by
Mr.Stroup And solicits a continuance of
the old customers.
ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS,. MOROCCOES,
and LININGS to which he inviifs the at
tention of Shou makers and the public.
JOHN K. GIRTON.
Bloonrbnrp. Ang. 26. 1S63.
IE L A T It E A ITS
OK FRENCH CREAM.
FOR BALD HEADS AND BARE FACES':
' IHIS- celebrated article is warranted to
-- bring out a full set of Whiskers on the
smooihsi face, or a fir.e growth of hair on
a Bhld Head, in loso than six weeks, and
will in no way staiu or injure the skin.
The French Cream is manufactured by Dr.
PeUireaus of Par in, and is the only reliable
article of the kind. Ue no olher. War
raned in every cane. ONE BOX WILL DO
THE WORK. Price SI 00. Imported and
for saltf Wholesale aod K;il by
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
Chemist and Drngi'ist,
831 Broadway, New York.
P. S. A box of the Ougueoi snt to any
address by return mail, on receipt of price,
and 15 cen's for Poatage.
Antut 26, 1S63 lm
CF FALL AXD WIXTER GOODS.
IHE subscriber ban just relurnet) . from
- the Cities with another large and elecl
FALIj ci: IVI'TEIS GOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
at the lowest fisure, and which he is
determined ine on as modert termp
can be procured eleewhere iu 31oombarg.
His stock comprises-
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of the choicest styles and latent fashions.
. D R Y GOODS,
GZ S;C CD IT a G5' S3 S
CEDAR WARE, HOLLOW-WARE,
Boots and Shoes, Hals aid Caps, scc , &c.
In short, everything usually kept in country
t-toree; to which he iuvites the public gener
ally. The highest price will be paid for coon
try produce, in exchange for good'.
. STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 26, 1863.
JY etc $tock of Clotfdng.
FALL 8o WINTER GOODS.
TNV1TES afention to bis stock of cheap
and fashionable Clothing at his Store, on
MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
two door i above the American House,
where ha has just received from Njw York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
Men and Boy's Clothing,
including the mom fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisiing of
Box, Sack, Frockt Gum and Oil ClotK
Coats, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors." He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter "Shawls;" striped, ; figured and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stock, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders md fancy
N B He ha6 constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Cloths and
Vestings, which he is prepared to make up
lo order, into any Kind ot doming on very
short notice and in the bent of manner.
- All bis clothing is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
Ol every Description, Fine and Cheap.
His Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Clothing, Watches, Jewelry,
&c. &c. DAVID LOVVENBERG.
Bloomsbnrg, An2. 26 1863.
; We will pay from S25 to 575 per month,
and all expenses, to active Agent, or give
a commission. Particulars sent free.' Ad
dress Erik 'Sewing Machine Ccmpant, R
JAMES, General Agent, Milan, Ohio.
Blootusburg, Aug. 21, 1861.
ents Balmoral Lace Boot, wilt be sold
very low. . Also, Boys Shoe at
HIRAB1 C. I20WER,,
Office near WiUoas Carnage Shop,Maia St
Court ProcSamaliosi: :
viHEREAS the Honorable William Fl
v well. President Jodge of the Cutri of
Oyer sttd Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, Conn of Quarter Sessions of the Petice,
and Court of Common Pleas and Orphans'
Conrt, in the 26lh Judicial District, compos
ed of the counties of Columbia, Suliivan and
Wyomins, and the Hons. Stephen Baldy and
John McReynolds, Associate Judges, of Co..
iumbia Co., have issued their precept, bear
ing date one thousand eight hundred and
sixty three, and to me directed for holding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms
burg, in the county of Columbia on the first
Monday (bain? the 7th day) of Sept., next
and io continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables ot the
said County of Columbia, that they be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon of said day, with their
records, inquisitions and olher remembran
ces to do those tninas which to iheir offices
appertain to be done. And those that are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute agamm
the prisoners that are or may be in the Juii
of said county ot Columbia, to ba then and
there to prosecute ihen as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, agreeably to their notice, dated
at Bloomsburg the 6th day of Augsut in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-three and in the eighty-eighth year
of the Independence of the United States of
America. (God save the Commonwealth.)
JOSIAH H. FURMAN,
Sheriff's Office, Sheriff.
Bloomsburs, Aug. 19 1863. J
GRAND JURORS SEPT. TERM 1663.
Bloom Charles G Barkley.
Benton Stott E. Colley.
Bor. Berwick Michael Frantz, George A.
Briar Crepk Geo. M. Bower, Eph. Evans.
Centre David K. Sloan. Philip Miller.
Cattawigpa Joseph Breish, Nathan Helwig.
Conjnghatn John R. Kline, jr.
Frankiin Ruben Knittle.
Greenwood Samuel R. Albertson
Hemlock William Eyerly.
Locust John Men"ch, William Helwig.
Montour Emanuel Lazarus.
Miffl in Henry Hetler.
Madison Jacob Girton.
Maine Wa-hitiKion Fiher, Wni. Miller.
Orange James B. Harnian.
Pine Hiram Shuitz.
Sugarloaf Alexander Hess.
Travel se Jurors Sept. Term 1S63.
Bloom Hiram C. Hower.
Benton David Yocum, Samuel Hess, J.
Briarcreek Joseph Lamon, Adam Suit
Beaver Peter Eckroat, Joel Bredbender
Bor Berwick Naiad Bower, S. B. Bowman.
Cattawifsa Maybery HughegV Thomas
Centre Elias Creasy.
Franklin Isaac llenderhot.
Fisbmgcreek William Witenigbt.
Greenwood Wm. E. Pa'.serson, Samuel
Kixner. Robert Robbins, Caleb Moore, Jno.
Hemlock Dr. Joseph R. Evans, Jackson
Leidy, Witliam H. Shoemaker. -
Jackson Dame! roust.
Locust Solomon Ynagr, Wm Erwine,
Elia Helwig. Johr, Yeager, Henry Gable.
Maine Samuel Fisher
Madison John Fruit, Sr., John StuU-r,
M.lllni Jehu H. Ilcttler, l.-aAc Snyder,
Orance Alex. Hugh?, David Achen
buch, Daniel Keller.'
Pine Israel Heuth.
Roaringcreek Jetlctboa Winterstocr., A.
Gable, Peter Levan.
Sc-oti Daniel Snyder, Henry W. Creasy,
Peter Ent. John Edt.
Susarloal Samuel Kitchen.
Bioomburg, Auu- .9, 1S63.
l.lyl' Ol-' CAUKS EOK NEIT. EttJl.
1 Philip Wintereteeu vs Valen'ine Wrin
lerMeen. 2 Henry Weiis vs George K'ir.ley, jr.
3 Jauoi Eyr vs AOrafiani K!te.
4 Abraham Klase vs Jacob Eyer.
5 David I.ee et si vs Samuel L. Bedle.
6 Daniel F Seybert vs Joseph Gtfnil.
7 Elijah Mc&lnririe et al vs Chrir'n Wolf.
8 John H. Brown el al vs Leotmd B. -Ru
9 Samuel Binenbender vs Silas D. Edger.
10 James Harding vs Elias Reefe.
H Louisa (iowan vs Elizabeth DjtiuB.
12 Jacob Harris vs Peter Jacoby.
13 Jacob Bond vsTilman Nagle
14 George Hughes et al. vs J. V. Criswell
15 Daniel Reinbold vs Michael Grover.
16 Russel P. Stoker vs Wm. lkeler.
17 W. A. Kline vs George W. Hoffman,
18 Rebecca Vanderslice vs Geo. Dodson.
19 N. L. Campbell vs Samnel Johnsou i
20 David J. Waller, vs Wm. J. Hagenbuch
21 Franklin Longenberger, Adttr vs Ctris-
tian Wolf et el.
22 Daniel F. Seybert vs Renben Nicelv.
23 Benjamin F. Reighard & Bro. vs Silas
24 David J Carey vs Martz & Ent.
25 W. A Kline vs George W. Huffman.
26 Joseph F. Long vs Isaao D Patton.
27 Enos L Adams V3 Daniel F. Seybert et.
28 Charles H Hess et al vs Stephen Wolf.
29 Joseph Hartman vs Reuben Lins.
30 John Gigger vs Richard B. Menagh.
Prothor;otary's Office. ' ) Proth'y,
Bloomsbnrg Ang. 18, 1863. J
D3 ITT IS TRY.
II. 5. I SOW LSI,
1 ESPECFULLY offers his
h. XVnrnfusftiAtiat GDrvin.fi tn Ihd
-Ll-tI-F ladies & gentlemen of Blooms
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
lo all the various operations in Dantistry,
and is provided with the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
" Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tcred and all operations' on teeth carefully
attended to. ";
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on tia-jd. All operations on the teeth
Residence and Office, a few doors above
the Court House, same side.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 19 1858.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
fllHE undersigned would most respect
fully announce to the citizens of Elooms
barj and vicinity that she has just receiv
ed from the eastern cities her
Spring & Snoacr fllillinery Goods,
all of which she is prepared to niakef
and sell at a very reasonably low il Ic"
ure. Her assortment of goods are a '
little superior in point of durability as well
as tastefulnespijto any offered in this section.
She returns thanks for the libfial patron
age she ba? received, and respectfully so
licits a continuance of the same.
: : ; MARY BARKLEY.
Bloomsburg, April 23 1663.'
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it is by fr the r-f:eapet n".v-p iper in the
world, and the Proprietor feels ihal he may
invite those who approve of its principles
and co"di3ct to ti'e their influence in adding
to i!s yresenl lare circulation.
NEW YORK WEELY NEWS,
Eight Psges Forty Columns
ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY,
For On Yeur On-? Dollar
Eluven Copies to one Ad('ies for One
Yenr TEN DOLLARS,
Single copies Three Cents
THE -SEW YORK DAILY SEWS,
A first claa Metropolitan Journal devoted
to Peace and Constitutional Liberty, and
containing all the news of the day, Politi
cal, Teleiiraphical, Commercil and Local
is ihe cheapest daily paper in the metropo-
One Copy, One Year Six Dollars.
One Copy Six Months Three Dollars,
Jrii ; :c C :, ies Tow Cents.
' Addre BENJAMIN WOOD Editor
and Proprietor, No. 19 City Hall Square,
150 BEST PIANOS. $150
GROVESTEEN. &. HALE, having re
moved io their new warerooms,
110. 47 J 2 3. C Z V" A Y,
are now prepared io offer the public a mag
nificent new scale full
7 Octave Rosewood I'iacso,
containing all improveinents known in this
country or Europe, over-strung bas,
French grand action, harp pedal, full iron
$1 SO' CASH,
Warranted for 5 Years.
Rich moulding caes,
$175 TO 200,
all warran ted made of the ben peusond
material, and to stand better than any sold
for 5400 or $500 ' by the old nethud of
manutaciure. We inviif the best Jn.is&s
to earnine and try thce new inMrimotus.
snd we -tand ready at all times to tost them
w ith any others manufactured in this coun
try. GKOVESTEEX & IIALIT,
478 IlroacUvay, IVcw-York.
Jnae 4'h-1862. 3m.
Victory Perches Ipoa the Stars and
New Stock of Good? jot received by
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Fine avpoitment of Dre9 goods, Calicoes
at 10, 12, 16 & 18 cts, Flannels, Shirting,
&c, cheap by
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Ladie Lastins P.almoral Shoes & Gaitcra.
and a large stock of shoes and boots of al!
kinds, for sale by
L. T. SHARPLESS
Ladies Balmoral skirt, Hoop Skirts,win
dow papers, &c, sold cheap, by
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Sugars and Syrups cheap. Excelsior
Syrup at 75c which cannot be excelled, al
so tower priced a 50c p?r calion at
L. T. SHARPLESS' cheap cah fdorc.
To thote wanting to bey goods for cih
or co entry produce, or grain of any kind. I
would py call and see the goods before
ricorr.ttur?, Spt 17, ' 1862.
LARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE- J
T the Store of Daniel McIIenry, in Still
water, Columbia county.
The undersigned would respectfully in
vite the citizens of Fibbing 'reek and the
surrounding country, to his larye and ex
tensive stock of Goods, jut received from
the cities of New York and Philadelphia,
all of which he will sell cheaper than here
tofore. His assortment consists of
IlM and Caps, of
the latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the
moot approved make ; also, a lot of excel
lent Heady-US a de Clothing.
together with a good assortment of Ves
ting. His store is well filled with Goods
ot every description. His ;
are not surpassed by any Store in the coun
try. His Hardware Department has not
been neglected. , . .
SCYTHES, RAKES. HOES, SHOVELS
&c, are constantly kept on hand ; po,
Spikes and Nails ; in short, everything us
ually found in First-Class Stores.
Stillwater, May 14, 1S63.
"NEW ARRIVAL OF.'
SPRING AND S U-M M H
AT PETER ENTS S TOR El
In Lizht Ltreet, Columbia county, Per.na.
5LTAS just received from -Philadelphia,
-fi-- and is now oppning at the eld sta:id
lately occupied by M-irtz &; Ent, a splen
did assortment of MEliCliANDlZE,which
will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNRY PRODUCE !
Hi.- stock corifcista of Ladies Dress Goods
choicest s'.yles and latest fashions.
CARPETS, SUA WIS,
R E A D Y-M I ) E C LOT 11ING,
COTTON A DES,
("udanvare, Hardware, Medicines Drugs,
Oil, Paints, fcc., Boots and Shoes, Hats
I i short everything usually kepi in a
The patronage of old friend, and the
public public generally, is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for conn
try produce. PETER ENT.
Liahf Street. May 7, 18fi3.
IaMct "A" Family FcvIb? Machine,
IVith all the Recent Improvemtnts.
Is this bwht ai d cheapest and rr.Oft beanti
ful of all Sew'12 Machine1:. This Machine
will se-jv anything, f.-orn 'he running of n
turk in Tarleian to the making of an over
coat; anything fr(T. Pilot or Beaver cloth
down to th? softest Gaue or Gossamer
Tissue and i- ever ready lo do it work lo
perfection. It can fell, hern, bind, na'her,
tcrk, quilt, and has capacity for a reat va
riety' of ornamental work. This is not the
only Machine thai can fell, hem, bind, and
so forth, but it will do so better than any
other machine. The Letter "A" FaT. ily
Ssv.i;; Machine ny be had in great vari
ety of cabinet cases. The Folding Cae,
which is now becoming so popular, is, as
its name implies, one that can be folded
into a box or case, which, when opened,
rr.ake a beautilul. substantial, substantial,
and spacious table fir the work to rest
upon - The ca-es are ol every imaginable
design; plain as the wood srew in its na'ive
forest, or as elaborately nibhed as art can
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
ilk twist, thread, needles, oil, etc., of Ihe
very best quality.
Send lor a copy of Sikgfr Co.'s Gazette.
I. M SINGER & CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFF1CE.81C Ciieotuui.Si.
N. S. Tintley, Aei.t, in Epy, Pa.
John Sharplees, Agent, iu Caiiawissa.
Jn y 23, 1S62 -ly.
READING RAIL ROAD.
$1 A1.1ZE& A R RAXGU31 EST.
"1REAT Trunk line from the Nor'.h and
North-west for Philadelphia, New
York, ReaJing. Pot'sviilejLebanon, Allen
town, F.aston, &c, &c.
Tra'ns leave Hrriburq; for Philadelphia
New York, Heading, Pottsvdle, at'd all in-te-mediate
Ste.ions, at 8 a. M.und 1. 40 p. m.
New York Evpro-s leaves Harriburj ai
t.25 a M. airlving at New York al 8.25 the
same morning. .
Fares !ro:n Harrisbnrs : to New York
?5 00, to Philadelphia ?3,25 and ?2,70.
Ka.To;toR checked ihrougn.
Retuminz leave New York at 6 A M. i2
Noon, and 8 P. M. (Pittsburgh Express.)
Leave Philadelphia at 8 A. M. and 3.15 P
Sleeping; ct rs in the New York Exprer
Train, 'hrouh to and Irora Putburgh
Passengers by the Caitawisa Rail Road
leave Port Clinton at 4.45 A. M. for Phila
delphia an all iitierrediate Stations, and
at 3.00 P. M. !cr Philadelphia. New York,
an ' all Way Points.
Train leave P.ttsvil!e at 9 A.M. and
2.I5 P. M. for Philadelphia and New York,
and al 5.33 P. M. for Aubnrn and Port
Clinton only, connecting fr Pme Grove
ar.J with tho Cattawissa liail Road.
An accomodation Passenger train leaves
Reading at 6 A. M. and returns from Phila
delphia at 5 P. M.
All the the above tiains run daily,
Sjr dajs excepted.
A Sunday train leaves Pcltsville at 7.30
A. M. and Philadelphia at 3.i5 P. M.
Cnrort'Elation, Mileaga, Season, and Ex
cursion Tickets, at reduced rates to and
from all points.
G. A. NICuLLS,
Juiia 4ih i862.
LEATHER! LEATHER !
fBlHE undersigned would announce, that
- be has on ha. d, at his Hat. and Cap
emporium on Min !rtet, Liotm-Lurg, an
Rssortnient of difierent kitui of leather. sneh
as fine calfskins, Uiorocco, fred ai i tlackj
and lihingB, all of which he wil'se'i cheap
er than ca- b had elesewl.ere in this mar
ket. Caii aud evantn them for curelve?.
. JOHN K. GIRTON'.,
I.Soomjburp, Viy 21, lo2.
Important to House Owners-. .
I.upottnt to Guilders.
Important to Rail Road Companiea.
Important to Farmem. -To
all whom this may concern, and it concerns
IMPROVED GUITA PERCH A.
The Cheapest and ruoi dubleRoofiiDg.
IT IS FIRE AND WA'IKR TPOOF "
It can be applied to New and Old Roofs of
All kinds, steep or flaf, and to Shingle'
Roofs without removing the Shingles.
THE COST IS ONLY A LOUT ONE-THIRD
THAT OF TIN, AND IT IS TWICE
This article has been (horougly tested in
New York City and all parts of the United
States, Canada, WTest Indies and Central
and South America, on Pudding of nil
kinds, fnch as Factories. FoundriesChon-h-es.
Rail Road Depots, Cur, and on Publio
Building generally, Gi-vert ment Buildings.
&c, by the principal Builders, Architects
and others, during the past four years, and.
hs proved to 'brt the CHEAPEST ami
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use; it is
in every respect a Sire, water, weather and
TIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
lhis the OS LY material
the United States which combines ihe very
'""'inuio 'nitKi ue oi ,tnsiicriy tint I Uurtt
I'ility, which are universally acknowledged,
to be possessed by GUTTA PERCH A and
No JJeut is required in making appli.
The expense of applying it U ttjflning witlj'
ordinary uooi can oe covered and fin.
ished the iome dny.
IT CAN BE APPLIED BY" ANY ONE,
end when finished forms a perfectly Fi-
Proof surface with an elanc tody, which
cannot be injured by Heat, Cul l or Storms,
Shrinking of Roof Boards, nor any external '
LIQUID CUTTA PERCH A CEMENT.
For Coating Metals of all Kinds when ex
posed to he action of ihe Weather and
For Preserving and Ripairing Metal
. Roof 4 of tdl Kinds,
This is tl:j ordy Composition Known
Wt.ich Will successfully rei extrema
changes of climates for any length of time.
... t I-,. .i . - ..
wneii appne-u io mcaie, io wnicn it aiiDeres
firmly, forming a body equal to ihree coals
of ordJnarv pain:, cots much lens Bnd will
LAST THREE TIMES AS LONG; and
from its elali-ity is n't injured by the con
traction of TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
coni-equent upon sudden changes of the
It will r.ot CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can te
readily repaired with GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, acd prevented from further cor
rosion ana leakins, thereby ensuring a per
fectly water tight Roof for many years.
This Cement is peculiarly adapted for the
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
ges, Safes, Agricultural Implements, &c,
nlso for general manufacturers iif-e.
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs or every description, from its
great elasticity, is not injured by the con
traction and expansion ol Metals, anc will
not crack in cold or run ia warm weather.
These materials are adapted to all cli
mates, and we are prepared to supply or
ders Irom any part of the country, at fehort
uoiice, fcr GUTTA PERCHA Rf'iOFING io
mils, ready prepared for ns, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, with full
printed directions for application.
We will makelibcrul and tatitficlory arrange
menis with resynsil-le pntiei who would Vke to
establish themsclr.es mu Lncrative and Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant proof of all we
claim in favor cf our improved Roofing
Materials, have applied inem to several
thousand Roofs in New York C:iy and vi
ciciiy. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
inwlesale Warehouse 78 Ifillium St.,
Comer of Liberty Street. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be furnirhed on applicaiion.
October 16, 1861. ly.
flftrt M'-LE or FEMALE Aaent
UUU,UUU io sell LLOYD'S new Steel
Plate County colored Map of .the United
Si-'teg, Canada?, find New Biunswick.
F.om recent surveys completed Aug. 10,
1862; cot $20,000 to engrave it aud ena
year's time. . -
Superior to Eny SI0 Map ever made Ly
Colton cr M:che!l, and sells at the lw
price of fify cents, 370,000 names are en
graved on t:i' map.
It is no? only a Coun'y Map, but it is
-bo a COUNTY and RAILROAD MAP, of
ihe United States and Cunadas combined
in one, giving; every RAILROAD STATION
and distances between.
Guarantee any woman or man f3 tr 85
per diy, and wil" take bsck all Maps that
cannot be sold and refund the money.
Send for one dollar's worth to try.
Printed itu-tructions how to canvass well
furnished all our Ager.ts.
WANTED Wholesale AgHt for our
Map in every Slate, Cali'or-ih, Canada,
England, Fiance and Ccbn. A frn. r.e mo-,-be
ma le w'nh a few hundred dollars cupi
tal. No competition. .1 T. LLOYD,
No 14-5 !roadwny, New York.
The Wiir Department uses mr Mup :
Virginia, MaryUnd, and Peunsx 1 vnia. r.c- i
1C0,0U0, on which is marked Antieiain
Creek, Sharksburg, Marylan 1 Heights,
Williamsport Ferry, Rhororsville, Nolanrt's
Ford, and all others on the P omac, and
every ether plate in Maryland, Virginia,
anH IVnnsyivai ia. or money refunded.
LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
Kentucky, Ohio, l.Kiiaau, aid lliinoi, i
the 0:.l authority for Ge. Bee 11 and tb
War Department. Money relr.t.ded to any
one Ondir.g ac error in i. Trice 5t) cts.
Fron t!.e Tn'une Aifi 2.
"Lloyd's Map of Virghau, Mbtjland, and
rennsy lva:iia. This map is very irce ii
cost is but 25 tents, and il ii lit Ut tckkk
cctt Itjnnch ise l
LLOYD'S Great Map cf the MISSISSIPPI
RIVER From Actaal Surveys by Capts.
Bart and Wrn. Pow?n, Mi-sissippi River
Pilots, of St. Louis, Missouri, showf every
man's plantation and owrcr's name from
St. Louis to the Gcll of Mexico 1,350
mile- every sand bar, island, town, land
ing, ant! all places 20 mile back from the
River colored in counties ann buies.
Price, SI in sheets. c2, pocket form, and
?2 50 on linen, wiih roller. Ready, Sept.
Navy Department, Washinaton,
Sertomrer 17;t, 1CS2.
J. T. LLOYD Sir: Send me your Map ol
the Mississippi River, with price per hun
dred copies. Road Admiral Charles 11.
Davis, ccmmandii.g the Mississippi sqnad
ron is authorized to purchase a- many ae
are recvin-d lot u r ihat squadun.
GIDEON WELLES, Sec. of Navy. .
Oc tuber 8, 1862. -
BLANKS ! I? L AXKS ! SLACKS 1 1
execui ions . su nr ajA,
of piopr dn:rb'.'f'',yms',fo a!e at tba
ofaco oi ULd "Mar oith North 1