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star: of the north BTcdnesday Eomin?,, Sept. 16, 1SS3. A rrw bushels of potatoes will be taken at thin ofBcs on subscription.-at the market price if brought this week or the beginning Oi" ie xu - - i , Chules G. Rarklkt, County Soperinten dent, advertises examination of teachers in to-day's Shir. They commence on the 21st ins!, and nd Oct- 3Ch, 1863.' On Tuesday evening last, Daniel Eimen trout, Efq., of Berks co. and Col. John G Freeze, of Bloomsburg, addressed the cili 2enn oi Almtoar township, Columbia co. Portraits. Splendid Ponraits of Jcdgb Wo3d'bjj, the Democratic candidate for Goemor, !ror sale by Col. Freeze, at tbe Recorder Office. Call and buy one Price thirty centj. Th best thing the Abolition party can do it ibis State they are beaten by not less 'than. 40 COO voies. Andy will stand no c bance by "she side of a roan wto respects and support s the Constitution. Tut contiactors candidate is bnsy stamp ing, the Stale. Andrew G. Cortin is the Abolition candidate, supported by the Fed eral jobbers, contractors, and plunderers All honest men are warm in the support of Jcrx. c Uoodwud, Lowric and Civil Lib KRTT. , . With a fair election we will beat ihe Abo litioiv gubernatorial candidate, Andrew G. Cortin, in the State by over 30.000 majority for Gcokgk W. Woodward. Little Colum bia lilone w It give Woodward some 18,00 majority. Some of my coempotaries state it larger. A Spkakcb at a Woofy-headed Convention Mid, "what would we Lave done if Curtin badtiot been Govrnor of Pennsylvania when the rebels cime ?" The proper question to buve afki?d would bave been "what ' would Cortiir have done if Seyraore had not teen Governor of New York V . - W.jodwarij stock is op and still raising Straps show pretty nearly which way the wind blows." Take a short j ,orney, if you ! pleaie, anywhere in the State, and jou will ! carcelv meet ativ Cortin men ivi,;i. m the other diy in the country, among the many pwoplo we saw, was but one Curtin . roan., and be belonged to the new class of' citizens, as made by Father Abraham, and knovrn us tbe unbleached. He was an un conditional Cortin man ! Lcztf nr. Democratic Convention. 'The Democracy of Luzerne met in County Con vention oo Tcesday last, and nominated the following ticket : For Represenatives, Jncob Robisort, of Scranton, Dr. Harry Hakes, of - Hanover, and Pe'er Walsh, of Blnkely. For Register. George E Knlp. Treasurer, Geo. A Crockett Commissioner, Uriah A Grit r.;n,arid for Auditor, G. C. McWayne. Tusrc is one noticeable fact about this Abolition party, which is this: all the j tiurc r sDealter sent to this connty to far l ave been renegade Democrats. Where are ! theil straight out Repnblican ora'ors1? These renegades, miserable creatores, all torn out to be4 Abolitionists. Poor, innocent ou!i ! J AliMrmn to Law. We copy the follow ing from tbe Columbia Democrat, the sub ject of this notice being an intimate friend of ours and a very worthy young man It ' says, Mour 'talented . young friend Charles G. Barklet, Esq., County Superintendent, pasi-ed a creditable and successful examina- . tion at the bands of a coxmit'.ee appointed by the Coo rt for that purpose, and was du ly admitted to practice in the several coons of Colombia county on Tuesday last. Mr. Earl: ley is talented, honest and energetic -and is destined to make his mark as one of the future legal men of northern Pennsy!- . Tania." . - Doh't fnrgei the Democratic meeting to be held in Orangeville on Thursday next, the Anniversary of the adoption of the Con titt tios ol the United Slates. Mr. Dakicl Ebk cntbodt, of Berks, who is now address ing meatisgs in this county to tbe general satisfaction of all Union men, and Col. V PioiXkrr, of Bradford, will be present to eddese ths r-eople. This will be the larg est meeting held io the county this cam paign. -We hear of delegations from all directions preparing for the occasion. M. L E. Jackson Esq , of Berwick, is also ex pected to speak at this meeting. No more ready, eaiy, and forcible stomp speakers have entered the campaign than those -just -po'fen of in this notice. There frill be a Brass Band Irom Mc- KwunsTille in attendance. Abolition Meeting -On Thursday evening last., the i.boliticn Repoblican women and men gathered into the Conrt House, at this rlace, for the pcrppse of hearing Daniel DorcB irI T and Johm W. Forsit, of Phila i'eli'his, the former a renegade Democrat for ,he purpose of spoils, and the latter, tbe corropt aad on principled editor of the Press, which is the Hading Lincoln Administra tion orgail in Pennsylvania- Never were a lot of people more disappointed. Neither PciiCHiaiT nor For wet were present, and did not intend to be. 3al the audience, and wo learn they bad a large- oue, was not entirely d sap pointed, for when the meeting ?m folly organized the following trio was 1-tradoceil, and each in torn addressed the reti3g.?F. Montgosiebt, of Vicksborg. MiiS.'Al H. Chase, o! Middletown, N- Y., sad Ce as! W. J17, of T'nton, New Jersey. Tby vree war men to the last dollar, pro vided tibay. did not have to fight. Thej hpatilj supported Abe Lincoln, "the Got-p,-nment,and soundly blagguarded Demo r rars. TJiere was" no soond argument in ar.y of their speeches Ues, blaggoardism, ar.J story -tallinj, chatacterized tbe speech--s ihrccjiout. Daniel Ermenlroif, Esq., WILL SPEAK IN THE COJRT HOUSE, THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING. Eulogy on Jaison. On Wednesday evening of last week the citizens of Bloomsburg,' or at least the Abo lition portion, were leated to a eulogy on Jatkon, by Chu:Shrijcr, Esq., a rene gade Democrat from Union county. He took special pain to make it understood that be was and always bad been an ear nest and warm snpporter of Jacksonian principles. This Jackson Democrat was to have delivered his eulogy on Tuesday even ing, but in consequence of their being a Democratic meeting held, on the same eve ning in the Court House, at this place, he was unable to drum up an ecdience. He then announced to the few ftithful who were present) that on account ol a '"bronchial af. lection of the throat,", he wonld decline speaking that evening, but on tbe follow ing Wednesday evening he wonld pro- noonce bis "eulogy on Jackson," in il.e Court House. He did not disappoint them on the appointed evening as to the deliver ing oj his a dress, but he greatly deceived them as to his at ility to make a telling and tn effective speech. It must have been a bitter pill fot tbe Republican Abolitionist to sit and swallow the doctrines of the old he ro, General Jackson, who, in his days, they so bitterly opposed. But Mr. Shriner being among the class known as renegade Democrats, and defunct Government con tractors, the promulgation of Jacksonian sentiments by such a man would not dis turb their feelings in tbe least. It makes a vast difference nnw-a-days who preaches tbe doctrines of our forefathers. The inter pretation made by some Democrats does not always suit the tastes of our Abolition friend, but still ihey would pretend to as sume the name and claim lo be Jackon Democrat. Away with such inconsistency. They love the o'd hero's doctrines to-day no more than they did while he was living. It might be well to have Mr. Shriner repeat hij ''eulogy" to ihe people of Bloomsburg just before the election. Democratic Meeting In Hemlock. In pursuance of public notice, a large and enthusiastic meeting of the Democracy of Hemlock township, was held in Buck horn, Col. co., on Monday evening, the 14th intt. It was an oat-door meeting. Stand, seats and light, were completely arranged ,or ,ne occasion. oue a large number ot honored the meeting with their at- lenaance. The Chairman of the Democratic Stand- i ig Committee, nominated tbe following persons, who were unanimously made offi ces of the meeting : Pm;'(fen-JACOB HARRIS, Esq.. of Buck horn. Vue PrtsidtntsT.l. Vanderslice M. G. Shoemaker, Isaac Leidy, Daniel Wagner, Charles Neibari, John B?tz, N. P. Moore Jesse Ohl. Secretaries Uah D. McBride, Wm. II Shoemaker. Oa motion. Dr. H. W. McKernolds and Lient. A. B. Ta:e, were appointed a com mittee to invite the speakers to address (he meeting. The speakers having arrived, Chas. In gersoll, Esq., of Philadelphia, was Srst introduced to tbe audience, who addressed them in an able and fervent manner for I nearly an hoor, when he remarked that the announced ppeaker for the evening was present, and that be would give way to him. Three hearty cheers were given for Mr Ingersoll at the close of bis remarks. Damel Erxkktrout, Eq , of Berks, who has agreed to address a 6eries of meetings in this county, was next introduced to the meeting. He made a most capital speech. He viewed things as they were and had the independence to show his hearers wherein the present administration were inefficient and corropt. He followed up the actions of tbe Lincoln administration from its com mencement to the present; filing his ob jections to the diflerent violation of the Constitution by their usurpation of power, and argued the points in a clear, lucid and able marner. He held Andrew G. Curtin up high, so that tbe whole world might see him, and then dropped bim down into the lowest depth of perdition. The speaker was re peatedly applauded during his remarks. At the close of M r. Ermentront's argument, the meeting adjoorned, giving three cheers for the speakers, and three cheers for Woodward, Lowkir, and Constitutional Liberty. Signed by the officers. Democratic Rrprrxtntativc Conference. Tcskhankock, Sept. II 1863. The Conferees representing ihe Repre sentative Disirict composed of the couoties of Columbia, Montour, Sullivan and Wyora ing, being called to order, there were pres ent from Colombia J S Zanders, W. II. Jacoby. Montoor Wm. A. Dean, Hiram Antrim Sullivan Ja. Degaa, Michael Meylert. Wyoming Nelson Lee, E. Mow.-y, jr. The meeting being called to order by the appointment of E. Mowry, jr , as chairman, and W. H. Jacoby and Wm. A. Dean, Sec retaries. Qu motion of James Degan, George D. Jackson, of Sullivan county, was nomina ted for Representative. On motion of Hiram Antrim, John C. Ellis, of Montoor county, was nominated for Representative. The nominations being closed, on motion of J S. Sanders, George D. Jackson, of Sul livan coonty, and John C. Ellis, of Montoor county, were declared the unanimous nom inees of this Representative Conference. Tbe following resolution was then offered by J. S. Sanders and unanimously adopted: Resolved. That we present with pride, to the people? of this Representative District, our candidates, Hons. George D. Jackson, of Sullivan coonty, and John C. Ellis, of Montoor cso-nty, as gentlemen of integrity, and patriotism, and pledge them oar hearty and enthusiastic support. On motion of Michael Meylert, the Con fsrence adjourned. , i E. MOWRY, JR., Chairman. W. H. Jacobt, I c - ' Wm. A-Djak! j Secretaries FRIEXDS AXD RELATIVES or THE BraTc Soldiers and Sailors HOLLO WAY'S M,L,S AND OINTMENT. A'l who have Friends and Relatives in the Army or Navy, should take especi cre,that they be amply supplied with ihi-se Pills and Ointment ; and where ihe brave Soldiers and S.'ilors have nealecid to provide Ihern-elves with them, no better present can be sent them by their friend. They have been proved to be the Soldiers, ntver-fail'iig-friend in the hour of nepd. COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING TROOPS. Will be relieved and effectually cured by using ther e admirable medicine, and by pa in? proper attention lo the Directions which are altnchfd to each Pot or Box. SICK HEADACHES AND WANT Or AP PETH E, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS. Those feelings which so sadden u. usual ly arUe from trout l or annoyances, ob structed perspiration, or eating and drink ing what ever .is uii wholesome, thus (lis mrbing the healthful action of the liver and stomach. These organs must be relieved, if you desire to be well. The Pills, taking accord ing io the printed instructions, will quickly produce a healthy action in both liver and stomach, aud as a natural conse quence a clear bead and good appiiiK. WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED BY OVER FATIGUE. Will soon disappear by the ue of these invaluable pills, and the soldier will quick ly acquire additional strength Never let the bowels be either confined or undul) avted upon. Ii may seem strange that Hol loway'i Pills should be recommended for Dysentary and Flux, many persons suppo sing ihaf they would increase tbe relaxa tion. This is a great mistake, for these Pills will.' correct ihe liver and stomach aud I tins remove all Ihe acrid humors from the system. This medicine will give tone and visor lo the whole organic sys em how ever deranged, while health and strength folio- as a matter ol course. Nothing will stop ihe relaxation of tte bowels so sura as this famous medicine. VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION! INDIS CRETION OF YOUTH. Sores ar.d Ulcers, Blotches and Swelling ran with certainty be radically cured if the piiU are leken night and morning and the Ointment be freely od as sated iu the printed instructions. If treated in any oth er manner ihey dry op in one pari lobieak out in another. Whereas this Ointment will remove the humors from the system and leave the Patient a vigorous ana heal thy man. It will require a little peisurve ranee in bad cases to injure a lasting cure, FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED BY THE BAYONET, SABRE OR IHE BULLET, SORES OR BRUISES. To which every Soldier and Sailor are li able, there are no medicines o safe, sure and convenient as Holloway's Pills and Ointment. The poor wounded and almost dying sufferer might have hi wound dres-ed immediatelv, il he would only pro vide Vim-elf with thi matchless Ointrr ent, which should be thrim into the wound and smeared all rouud it, then covered with a piece of linen from his knapsack and onnirt-Hd wi'h a bandkercheif. Taking n2h! and mo'rt?r2 6 or 8 p'l!, to cool the j sys em and prevent innamation. Even Sol tier s Knapsack and eiiianV c,,p, h3ul.C be provided wiih the vslua- ble Rnriedi- CAUTION ! None are genuine unlets the words "H(.lloway, New York and l.on doo are discernable as a Water-mailc in every leaf of the book of directions around each pot or box : the same may be pliiinly een by holding ihe leaf to the light. A handsome reward will be given 10 any one rene'erina fiich information may leud to the detection of any party or parties coun terfeiting ttieraedicme or vending ihe same, knowing lhm to be spurious. Sold at the Manufactory of Professor Holiowav, 80 Miden Lane, Nw York, and by all respectable DruguiMB and Dealers in Medicine, throughoDi the civilized v.orht in boxes -t twenty five cents, sixty two roots and one. dollar each. C? There is consi derable savig by ta king thi larger t-izes N B Directions for tbe guidance of pa tients in every disorder are affixed to each box. April 9ih 1862. ly. UATTliU SCIuAES. 100 ol the most severe Battle Scenes and Incidents of the war now ready (cize I8x 30 inches) highly colored, rn finerard pa per, 4 for 25 cents, or 25 for SI, po!faid. Also, jjjt published, ihe Official Union Volunteer Directory (400 pages), giving the name of every Officer and priva:e iu the Ui.ion Army, with their commands toaether wiih a large amount of other val uable information, sent, postpaid, on re ceipt of 25 cts, To Agents and the uraite no better opportunity was ever offered. Address HENRY B.ANSON, Print Publish er, &c, 49 State St., Boston, Mass. CP" Papers copy ing, paid in tbe above. 354-5. BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. rOCTOR THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will sn:l io all who wih it (free of ch:rge) the Recipe and fulf directions for mskir.g and using a beautiful vegetable Bnlm, lhat will effectually remove Pimple, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, &c, &c, leaving the skin smooth, clean, and beautiful; aUo full di rections for using Pelaireao's celebrated Stimulant, war-anted to start a full growth ol Whiskers, or a Mustache, in Ies6 than thirty days. Either of the above can be obtained by return mail, by addressing fwith stamps for return postage) DR. THOMAS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chem ist, 831 Broadway New York. January 15, 1862. 2m. EDWARD B. SNIDER, AND General Commission Mer chant. Bloomsburg, Columbia county Pa. Particular attention given to Patent rights. Sept. 2, 1863. 3mo8. Attorney at Lair BLOOMSBURG, PA. Office en Main Street, Exchange Block. DAVID L0WE5BERG, C LO T II I N.G STORE. Oa Main streel,l wo doorsabove the 'Araer can Hotel-' SPECIAL NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to the late firm of Miller Eyer, Merchants in Blooms burg, are hereby notified, . that tbe Books, Notes and Accounts of said firm are in the S'ore for collection, and roost be settled by tbe first of October, without respect to thofce concerned. 4r MILLER & EYER. . Bloomsburg, Angusl 26,. 1863, . New Clothing More. LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS. '"iHE undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has jnss received from ihe Eastern Citie, a large assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Fresh from the seat of Fashion, of all sorts, sizes and quantities, which will be sold cheap for cash or country produce. A L S O,- f HATS 4.V CAPS t? BOOTS AND SI10ES Together with a variety of no tions and things too troublesome to numer ate, to which he invites the attention of pur chaser. QTCall and examine our stock of grods. ANDREW J. EVANS. Bloomsbnrg, Aug. 26, 1863. GI It ION'S CHEAP IUr M 0UE Another Arrival of Goods. Now is Tour Time to Buy. I NOW SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER rrMlE undersigned having bought on t the I Grocery ot David Siroup, ha removed his Hat and Cap Store up to Stroup's Old Stand, where in addition to a superior as sort menl ot SPRINQ AND SUMMER & HATS AND CAPS, Comprising every soil andquality, which will be sold at unusnally low prices. He will continue the Grocery and Notion business in all its forms as carried on by Mr. Siroup And solicits a continuance of the old customers. ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES, and LININGS to wbicb he invites the at tention ot Shoemakers and (he public. JOHN K GIRTON. Bloorcsburg. Aug. 26. 1863. PELATItEAU'S STIMULATING ONGUENT. OK FRENCH CK&AM. FOR BALD HEADS AND BARFACFSi 'KHIS celebrated article is warranted lo bring out a full set of Whiskers on the smoothest face, or a fine growth of hair on a Bald Head, iu lest, than six weeks, and will in no way 6taio or injure the skin. The French Cream is manufactured by Dr. Pelatreans of Pari, and is the only reliable article of the kind. U-e no other. War ranted in every case. ONE BOX WILL DO THE WORK. Price SI 00. Imported aud for sale Wholesale and Retail by THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist and Druggist, 831 Broadway, New York. P. S. A box of the Onguent sent lo any address by return mail, on receipt of price, and 15 cents for Postage. Au&ust 26, 1863 lm. Jtlillcr's Store. OF FALL AND UIXTER GOODS. ''HE subscriber ha just returned from Ihe Cnin with another large and t-elect anrtment of FALL & WINTER COODS, purchased ai Philadelphia tnd Nw York, ai me iiwvs' n n'e, ami which he is determined ms on an moderate terms as can be procured elsewhere in Btoomrbarg. HU slock comprises Ladies' Dress Goods, of the choicest slylps and latet fashions. DRY GOODS, G2j tr ce ce 3 tr 11 cs ss HARDWARE. QUEENS WARE. CEDAR WARE, HOLLOW-WARE, Boots and Shoes, Hat and Caps, &c, &c. In short, everything uually kepi in country stores; to which he invites the public gener ally. The highest price will be paid for coun try produce, in exchange for goods. STEPHEN H MILLER. Bloomsburg, Aug. 26, 1863. . JY etc Stock of Clothing. &&wxir&& 2? FALL WINTER GOODS. T NVITES at'ention lo his stock of cheap and fashionable Clothing at his Store, on 3UJN STREET, IJLOUMSBURG, two doors above the Jimtrican House, where he has just received from New York and Philadelphia, a full assortment of .11 en and Boy's Clothing, includiug ihe most fashionable, durable and handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting ol fiox, Sack, Frockf Gum and Oil Cloth Coats, and Pants, of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has replenished his already large stock of Fall and Winter Shawl-; striped, figured and plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy articles. N B He has constantly on hand a large and well selected assortment of Cloths and Vestings, which be is prepared to make np to order, into aiy kind of closhing on very short notice and in the best of manner. All his clothing is made to wear and mol of il is of home manufacture. AND Of 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 LOWENBERG. Bloomsbnrg, Aug. 26, 1863. $25: EMPLOYMEXT ! AGENTS WANTED ! $75 We will pay from 825 to S75 per rnonih, and all expenses, to active Agents, or give a commission. Particulars sent free. Ad dress Eric Scwinq Machine Company, R JAMES, General Agent, Milan, Ohio. BloowisLorg, Aug. 21, 1861. 4ents Balmoral Lace Boots, will be sold very low. Also, Boys Shoes, at L. T. SHARPLl SS.' " niRAM C. II0WEB " SURGEON DFNTIST, Office near Wilsons Carriage Shoplain Sf N. Y. WEEKLY NEWS. The cheapest Bnd best New York News paper. 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By reference to ihe terms, of Tne New York Weekly News ii will be noticed that il is by far the cheapest newspaper in the world, and the Proprietor feels that he may invue those who approve of it? principles and conljct to use their influence in adding to lis yresent large circulation. NEW YORK WEELY NEWS, Eight Pges Forty Columns ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY, For One Year One Dollar Eleven Copies to one Addres for One Year TEN DOLLARS, Single ropies Three Cents THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. A first class Metropolitan Journal devoted to Peace and Constitutional Liberty, and containing all the news of the day, Politi cal, Telegraphical, Commercial and Local is the cheapest daily paper iu the metropo lis. TER3IS: One Copy, One Year Six Dollars. One Copv Six Mouths Three Dollar, Single Copies Tow Cents. Address BENJAMIN WOOD, Eduo and Proprietor, No. 19 City Hall Sqnare, New York. $150 BEST PIAX0S. $150 I GROVES TEEN & HALE, having le- moved io their new warerooms, no. SB.c.rvr.T, are now pre, ared to offer the public a mag nificent new fccale full 7 Octave ESosewood Piano, con'aiuiiig all improvements known in this country or Europe, over-strung bass, French grand action, harp pedal, full iron frame, for $150 CASH, Warranted for 5 Years. Rich moulding cases, $175 TO $200, all warranted made of the best seasoned material, and to stand better than any sold for $400 or &500 by tne old methods of manufacture. We invite the best Judges to examine and try these new instrument!, and we stand ready at all tunes to test them w itb any others manufactured in ibis couu- GROYESTEEX & HALE. 478 Broadway, New York. June 4th 1862. 3m. Victory Perches Ipou Stripes. tbe Mars and New Stock of Goods just received by L. T. SHARPLESS. Fine asoitment of Dress goods, Lalicoes at 10, 12, 16 & 18 cts, Flannels, Shirting, &c, cheap, by L. T. SHARPLESS. Ladies Lasting Balmoral Shoes & Gaiters, and a large slock of shoes and Loots of all kinds, for sale by L. T. SHARPLESS Ladies Balmoral skirts, 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 at 50c per gallon at L. T. SHARPLESS' cheap cash slore. To those wanting to buy goods for cash or country produce, or grain of any kind. I would say call and see the goods before purchasing elsewhere. L. T. SHARPLESS. Bloomsburg, Sept. 17, 82. GREAT EXCITEJJIFIXT IT STILLWATER LARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE CEIVED, AT ihe Store of Daniel McHenry, in Still water, Columbia county. The undersigned would respectfully in vite the citizens of Fishing Creek, and the surrounding country, to his large and ex tensive stock of Goods, just received from the cilies of New York and Philadelphia, all of which he will sell cheaper than here tofore. His assortment consists of Cloths, Calicoe, Muslins, Hats and Caps, of the latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the most approved make ; also, a lot of excel lent Iloatly-JIa'Ic Clothing:. together with a good assortment ot Ves ting. His store i well filled with Goods ot every description. His are not surpassed by any Stce in ihe coun try. His Hardware Department ban not been nealected. SCTTIIES, RAKES. U0ES, SHOVELS &c, are constantly kept on hand ; also, Spikes and Nail ; in short, everything us ually found in First-Clas Stores. DANIEL McHENRY. Stillwater, May 14, 1863. NEW ARRIVAL OF SPRING AND SUMMER JIT PETER ENTS STOHEI In Light L'reet, Columbia county, Per.na. TTAS j'ist received from Philadelphia, and is now opening at Ihe old 6taud lately occupied by Martz & Ent, a splen did assortment of MERCHANDIZE, which will be sold cheap for CASH OR COUNRY PRODUCE ! His stock coo&ists of Ladies Dress Goods choicest stles and latest fashions. CALICOES, MUSLINS, GINGHAMS, FLANNELS, CARPETS, SHAWS, HOSIERY. SILKS. READY-MDE CLOTHING, CASSIM EKS, SATIN ET?., COTTON A DES, KENTUCKY JEANS, THREAD, &C, GROCERIES, OUEENSWARE, Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines, Drugs, Oils, PainH, &c , Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. In short everything usually kept in a country tor. The patronage of old friends, and the public public generally, is lepectfully so licited. The highest market price paid for coon try produce. PETER ENT. Light Street, May 7, 1863. Sl.fcR &. CO S Letter "A" Family Sewing Machine, I f'ith all the Recent Improvements. Is the bet and cheapest and mot beanti ful of all Sewing Machines. This Machine will sew anything, from the running of a tuck in Tarletan to the making ot an over coat; anything from Pilot or Braver cloth down to the softest Gaue or Gossamer Tiie. and ever ready to do it work lo nerfecinn. It can fell, hem, bind, gather, lurk, quill, and has capacity lor a great va riety ot ornamental woik. Tins i not th onlv Machine lhat cau fell, hern, bind, and so forth, but it will do so better than any oiher machine. The Letter "A" Family Sewing Machine may be had in great vari ety of cabinet ca?es. The Folding Cae, which is now becoming so popular, i, a its name implies, one lhal can be folded into a box or case, which, when opened, makes a beaotilul. substantial, substantial, and spacious table for the work to rest upon The caes are of very imaginable design; plain as the wood grew in its native forest, or as elaborately finished as art can make them. The Bianch Offices are well supplied with silk lisi, thread, needles, oil, etc., of the vry be-i quality. Send for a copy of SiNCrn &. Co.'s Gazette. I. M SINGER & CO., 458 Broadway. N. Y. PHILADELPHIA OFFICE.8I0 Cne.-mut St. N. S. Tuigley, Agent, in Espy, Pa. John Sharpless, Agent, in CaltawNsa. Ju y 23, 1862 -ly. HEADING RAIL ROAD. $ l M 31 ER A A XC EM EXT. GREAT Trunk line from the North and North-west for Philadelphia, New York, Reading. Pottsvi!Ie,Lebanon, Allen town, Easion, Sec. Trains leave Harnsbnrg for Philadelphia New York, Beading, Potlsvdle, and all in termediate Sta.ions, at 8 a. M. and 1.40 p.m. New York Express leave Harrishnrg at 1.23 a M. airtving t New York at 8.25 the same mornitig. Fares Irom Harrishnrg: to New York S5 00, to Philadelphia S3, 25 aud $2,70. Bagaage checked through. Returning leave New York at 6 A. M. 12 Noon, and 8 P. M. (Pittsburgh Express.) Leave Philadelphia at 8 A. M. and 3.15 P M. Sle eping ct'rs in ihe New orlc Express Tra ins, through to and from P'tisburgh without change. . Passengers by the Cattawissa Rail Road leave Port Clinton at 4.4b A. M. lor Phila delphia and all intermedial Station, and at 3.00 P. M. for Philadelphia. New York, and all Way Points. Trains leave Pottsville at 9 A. M. and 2.15 P. M. for Philadelphia and New York, and ai 5.30 P. M. for Aubnrn and Port Clinton only, connecting for Pine Grovs and with the Cattawissa Rail Road. An accomodation Pa-sener train leaves Reading ai 6 A. M. and returns Irom Phila delphia at 5 P. M. CP All the the above tiains run daily, Sundays excepted. A Sunday train leaves Pollsville at 7.30 A. M. and Philadelphia at 3.i5 P. M. Commutation, Mileaga, Season, and Ex cursion Tickets, at reduced rates to and from all points. G. A. NICuLLS, General Superintendant. June 4th 862. AGRICULTURAL X0TICE. Tbe Agricultural, Horticultural and Me chanical Society will hold their Eighth Annual Fair, Thurdav, Friday ami Sat urday, the 1 5h, 16th, and I7ih davs ot October, 1863, on the grounds of the Soci ety, near Bloomsburg, Pa. By order of the Executive Committee. L. B. RUPERT, Secretary. Iioomburg, Sept. 9. 1863. Important to House Owners. 1 iiporiant lo Builders. . Important to Rail Road Companies. - -Important to Farmers. To all whom this may concern, and iltonWr every, body. JOTIXS $ CKOSLEY'S IMPROVED GUITA PERCH A. 13 fe023&SJ The Cheapest aud moi dubJeRyoflii.". in i se it is fu:e and water tkoof ltcan be applied lo New and Old Roofs of All kinds, sieep or flat, and to Shingle Roofs withnrt removing the Shirighvc THE COST IS ONL1 A I-OUT ONE-THIRd' TH VT OF TIN. AND IT IS TWICE . AS DURABLE. This arii:Ie has been ihorougly tested ui New York City and all parts of tbe United States., Canada, West indies and Central and South America, on Buildings of all kinds, such as Factories. FoundriesChurch e. 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For Coating Metals of all Kinds when ex posed to the action of Ihe Weather and For Preserviusr and Ri pairing 'Mtlat Roofs of all Kinds,' This is ihe only Composition Known which will successfully reM,t extreme changes of climate, for any length of lime, when applied to me'als, to which it adheres firmly, lorming a body equal io three coats of ordinary pain:, coais much less, and w ill LAS P JHRKE TIMES AS LONG ; and from its elatiMly is not injured by the con traction of TIN and other METAL ROOFS, consequent upon sudden changes of the weather. It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN IN WARM WEATHER AND WILL NOT WASH OFF. Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can te readily repaired wiih GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT, acd prevented from further cor rosion ana leaking, thereby ensuring a per tecily water light Roof for many years. Tnis Cement is peculiarly sjlap'ted for the preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran ges, Sales, Agricultural Implements, &c , also for ceneial manufacturers o-e GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT For preserving and repairing Tin and other Metal Roofs or every description, from i:s: great ela-iicity, is not injured by ihe con Taction and expansion of Metals, anr will not crack in coid or run in varm weather. These materials are adapted to all cli mates, and we are prepared to supply or ders Irom any part of the country, at short uoioe, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in ml!, ready prepared for use, and GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT in barrels, wi;b fuif printed" directions for application AGENTS WANTED. We Will makelif.eral and satisfactory arrange menu with re-pni'le paUiet rcha xcnUld like id estafitih themselves ina Lncrative and Perma nent business. OUR TERMS ARE CASH. We can give abundant proof of all we claim in favor of our improved Roofing Material, have applied them lo several thonsand Roofs in N Yrk Ciiy and vi cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY, Sole Manufacturers, H'hoUsaU Warehouse 78 William St.; Control Liberty Sirett. NEW YORK. Full descriptive Circnlars and Prices will be fiirni-hed on application. October 16, 186 1. ly. nOfl OO II M A LE o. FEMALE Agenn UUUJUUU to sell LLOYD S new Steel Plate County colored Map of the United States, Canada, and New Biunswick. From recent surveys completed Aug. 10, 1S62: cost 520,000 to engrave it aad ene year's lime. Superior to any SlO Mip ever rnVde by Cotton or M:tchell, and sells at the low price of fifty cents, 370.000 names are en graved on this map. It i not onlv a Connv Map, but it iss also a COUNTY and RAILROAD MAP, of the United States and Canada combined in one, giving every RAILROAD STATION and I'lstanres between. Guarantee any woman or man S3 to ?5 per day, and will take back all Maps lhat cannnt be sold and refend the money. Send for one dollar's worth to try. Printed instructions how to canvass well furnished all our Agents. WANTED Whole-ale Agents for our MP in every Sta e, California, Canada, England, France and Cuba. A fortune may be made wiih a few hundred dollars capi tal. Na competition. J T. LLOYD, No 146 Broadway, New Vork. The War Department uses our MapoJ Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsvlrania. cost 100,000, on which is marked Antietam Creek, Sliarksburg, Mar) land Heigh's, Wiliiamport Ferry, Rhorersville, Roland Ford, and all others on the Pojomac, and every other dace in Maryland, Virginia, and Penns Ivmi ia, or monev refunded. LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF Kentucky. Ohio, 1-iCMna, and Illinois-, in the onlv authori-y lr Gen. Buell and the War Department. Mo ney refunded to any one Onding an error in it. Price 50 cts. From Ihe Tribune Aug. 2. "L!odV Mp of Virginia, Maryland, and Penns ivania. This map i very large its cos is but 25 cents, and it is the led which car, be purchased LLOYD'S Great Map of the MISSISSIPPI RIVER From Actual Surveys by Capts. Ban und Wm. Bowen, Misisippi River Pilots, of Si. (xiois, Missouri, show every man's plantation and owrpr's name from St. Louis lo the (Julf of Mexico 1,350 miles every sand bar, island, town, land ing. and all places 20 miles back from the River colored in counties and States. Price, 51 in sheets, f 2, pockei form, and ?2 50 on lii.cn, with rollers. Readv, Sept. 20lh 1862. Navy Department, Washington,) September I7ih, 1862. ) J. T. LLOYD Sir: Send me your Map of the Miasiipji River, with price per hun dred copies.. Rsad Admiral Cnarles H. Davis, commanding the Mississippi squad ron is authorised to purchase a many as are required loi use oi lhat squadron. GIDEON WELLES, Sec. of Navy. October 8, 1362. BLANKS I BLANKS ! DLAXKS 1 1 DEEDS, SUMMONS, EXECU1 ION. SUBI'iENAS, of proper & de:rablcf nr.n .fo sale at th.9 ot.ice ol'he l'star of the North-"