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STAR OF THE NORTH
RIAiOM SIHJKft, 1A,
Wednesday Horniinj, Oct 14, 1563.
One of taa greatest outrages ever offered
rto people on earth, ha been, that of the
'.Lincoln Administration, in uniforming and
aiming the negro irnops and demanding
their equal consideration "wiih the voloateer
-ritizeo sold ery of the Republic ! Oh ! ''the
'oifeace ia r;in ! it smells to heaven !"
, Select School M. & E. YV. Wynkoopy,s
'next Term of Select School will comCcnence,
llu this place, October 26th, 1863. They are
sgood teachers, and tare a well arranged,
comfortable and healthy school room. No
butter p!ac) to send children in town. Tui
tian, reasonably low. They are -worthy and
Titc Abolition party resorted to alliinds
'of measures to carry the election for their
corrcpt and dishonest Candida e for Gover
nor, "Shoddy Andy." In the language of
a Republican paper, ukit nomination xeis a
dltgrarf and his election impo3tible." The
rctaras as far as beard form are favorable
fcr the Democracy.
. "Militaut Necessity. " TrumbuP, Re
publican Senator, pays: "Necessity ia the
!et of tyrants, and if oor Constitution cea
en to operate, the moment a person charged
with its observation thinks there is a neces
sity lo violate it, is of little nee. Ve are
fighting to maintain the Constitution, and
it especiay becoRs us, in appealing to
the people, to come to the rescae, not to
violate ourselves. How are we better than
the rebels, if both set at naught the Coast i
T' k Republicans alias Abolitionists are
;a guilty et of people now-a days, and for
'what? -Because they have allowed them
'selves to be wheeled info to the ranks of a
.-party which for years they denounced. Be--cu3
ihej are now supporting a war which
-has lor its object the abolition of slavery.
Because '.Itey are supporting this Adminis
'nation in e eryeil and unconstitutional act
which it ha committed Because the abo.
I tionists have been denounced by theirown
party as disloyal and to Jay claim to possess
h.I the loyalty and patriotism. For these
!hins: they feel gudty and know that they
Reserve censure and ought to be despised
Ity a t good men. They have practiced de
caption aeon the honest peop!e-tney have
'betrayed ihem yea, they have lied lo them!
Tr. c Lauus of the Lutheran Church, of
thin place, design fornishirg "treats to all
who maj feeldispcsed to patronize ihetn,
cn the Fair ground during the three days ol
lie Exhibition, on Thursday, Friday and
SatnrJay, next, for the purpose ol raiding
money to de.'ray the expense of purchas
ing a be I for their new Church. They
- slioo:d receive encouragement. The ob
ject is aood one All w ho are diposed to
the eirerprise will receive a good meal
at any hour during tile three days of Fir at
n reasonable - sum. Warm or cold meal
ril be served up to suit the guest?. Call
uJ see tte Ladies.
Don't the Government want men ? Is
seems no., if we may jude from the tnau
4ier in wt.tch the con.cripted ones are gaih-4-rir.g
ii,) iheir Often Backs! Men, loo, who
iioi a year ago engaged in a riot in this
place, wb ch grew out ol a difference of an
p'miori in regard to raising a boanly tor
volunteer", to induce men to enter the ser
vice. Nw these, tame men would sell the
i.hitt ufl cf their backs, and go in their nak
dness,raiher thao enter the army. So much
for these stay at-home patriots and GeneriU.
Gentlemen, practice what yon preached so
loud not long ago, or forever hcdd your
peace. Seme of those who boiled over
with'pa'iiotism, and whose fighting pro
pensities would have brought a premium
t he time they mobbed a respectable citizen
in this town, now have an opportunity to
,zo down South ai.d mob Secessionists. Will
ibey go ?
The Republicans alias Abolitionists are
tniaking themselves a good deal of trouble
over the Democratic Mass Meeting held in
Jerseyiovrn on Tturday last. They dis
,poi5 every body as to the number present,
and attempt to ridicule the idea that there
were four thousand peolpe at the meeting.
They also have raised the report i& certain
quarters that a banner was carried bearing
the likeness of Vallandigham, and that the
delegations cheered for Jeff. Davis. AM this
i wiihootlruth. I'ut this ia their way of
electioneering- They can fay nothing fa
vorable lor their candidate for Governor,
but mast depend on vilifying the Demo
cratic party and'iu candidate, George W.
Wcodwiid. One noticeable fact in relation
jo this Abolition party is, that they have
not held one meeting, this Fall ia the coun
ty, io ihei day timo, but all after night, on
der the cover of darkness. VVe can assign
iwo rearons for this. One is, they are
kbamed to show iheir colors, and another,
Ihey could not get op r gathering that wol'd
. be respectable as t.o numbers. They pre
ferred talking after night ia tome little
fctool hotiss. . .
Ou tha 27th ult, bv Rev. Uaac Kirller,
'Hon Ca.RLes A. Kub, of Klitiesville,
Grfenwich tp , l Soan C, daughter of
Oavid Kiitz, Eq-.of Maxataway, all of old
Berks. ' '
" At the Hbtel in' Whit Hall, by Rev. A.
'F. Shatiafek, Mr. Geo. H. Smith, and Mis.
L:2Zir Ai Dublin, both of GreenwooJ lwp.
' Co! , CO. ' ;
fn B!onnsbarg, on Thuresday morning,
the 6ih iiist., Sir. John Masojt, late of the
17 1st Reg.'t. Penn'a. 9 month Militia, in
the 41st jeara of hi3jige. -
' In Epf. on the 29ih ult., Robsbt A. ton
of Roberts, and Margaret A. Howeli aged,
about 2 years. ' '
A r the name place, on the 22d olt , Mr?.
Saiilla II-, wilecf the Rer. Jame M. Sal
mon, ia tile 35 h year of her age.
Or THB KIOBTS
OF THE COLUMBIA COUNTY
, T ILL BB HELD AT
1"HTTESDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
Oct. 15, 16, and 1 7,
Class 1st. 1I0I2SES.
Best pair draught horses,
2d do do da do
do do carriage horses, 8 00
21 do do do do 5 00
da do do mares, 0 00
2d do do do do 4 00
do stallion over four years old, 8 00
2 J do do do do 6 00
do do between two and four years old, 4 00
2d do do do do do 3 09
"do brood mare with colt at her side, both
owned by exhibitor, C 00
2d do do do do 4 10
do single carriage horse, 4 00
2d do do do do 2 00
do do do mare, 3 09
do gelding colt between 2 and 3 years, 4 00
do mare do do do do 3 00
do horse do do 1 and 2 do 3 00
do mare do do do do 2 00
do horse or mare colt under 10 month), 3 00
2d do do do do do do 2 00
Exhibitors under this class will have tbeir
horses on the ground by 10 o'clock on Friday
morning, at which time the judges will examine
Jcdors Abner 'Welsh, Orange ; Jolin D. Quick,
Montour; Clinton Mendenball, Franklin; Cbas.
Eck,Roaringcreek,and I'reese Fowler, Briarcreek.
Class 2d. CATTLE.
Best Ball three years old and upwards,
do do ' do 'do do
do between two and three years,
do do do do
do between one and two years,
do do -r.do do
bull calf nndor ten months,
do do do
heifer or eow between 2 and S years,
do do do do
do calf under ten months old,
Best bull three years old and upwards,
21 do do do do do
do. do between two and three years,
2d do do do do do
do do do one aud two years,
2d do do do do do
do dn calf under ten months,
2d do do do do
do bei far or cow between 2 and 3 years,
2d do do 4o do do
do do calf under ten months,
2d do do
Best bull three years old and upwards,
do between two or three
do do do
do do one and two years,
do do do
do calf under 10 months,
do heifer or cow between 2 and 3 years.
21 do do do do do
do do calf under ten months,
2d do do
Best bull two years old and upwards,
21 do do do do
de do between one and two years,
calf under ten months,
21 do cow,
21 do heifer or eow between 2 and 3 yeare,
do do do do do
do do calf under ten months,
OXEN AND STEERS.
Best oeu owned and worked by exhibit tr,5
21 do do do do do 3
do steers between two and three years, 4
9.1 .1.. An do do do 2
The judges to examine cattle will be ready by
10 o'ciu'.-k an Friday morniDg. Exhibitors must
hare their slock ready to receive them.
Jcdges John Zauer, Centre ; Pettibone,
Orange; Henry Hollinsliead, Catawi?sa ; Vim.
lloweil, ML Pleasant, and John Betz, Hemlock.
CI a ss 3i. b I r lU.
Eet oar cf any breed.
2d do do uo
6 i breed sow,
2d do do do
do lt pigs. 3 or more, under 8 weeks,
21 do do do d do
do display of fat hogs, 2 or raor, ,
2d d do du do
do lot of stock hogs, four or more,
o.t .1.. .1 A n tin
Jrnrirs Conrad Bittenbender, Bloom ; Joseph
Mariz, Catawisea,anl John M. Barton, Hemlock.
Cln ith. SHEEP.
P. t l.lnoded buck. 3
An 2 00
t w w a Dnnrla TTnphes. Bloom : Jos. Mou-
ser, Montour, and Francis Kvans, Briarcreek.
Best and largest display of poultry,
2d do do do do
An. ntr Milr-kAns. anr breed, male & fern
do do turaeys,any urccu,uiu a. iciumc,
r-" . x-, . c i
do do do do
do geese.any breed, male 4 female,
do do do do
J Annh dn do
j i i.M.at t!an1a7 of titme t)i?eon?.
UU BUU 1 J ' '
Judges Sylvester Pnrsell, Hemlock; Dr. F.
M. Roe, Greenwood, and Silas Edgar, Scott.
Class bth.. UUA.l AAV acj&ua.
Best half bushel elover seed.
2d do do do -do
do do do timothy seed,
2d do do do do
do bushel red wheat,
do" do white wheat,
UU U A.J l
4o haif bushel gour l seed corn,
do do do yellow do
do do do smoked do
do sample sweat corn, six ears,
do bushel oats,
do half bushel flax-seed.
do do Bye.
Jcdes James Masters, Pine; Amos P. Kes
ter Madison, and Solomon bhuman, Maine.
Best buhel Mercer Potatoes
Prince Albert potatoes
H . Field Turnips
- t w
B Sucar Beets
3 lleaili Cabbago
2 qt. Lima Beans
9qt- t?oup "
3 i;arden gquasbes
i. A Cilil Piimnkin
largest Pweet Pumpkin SO
Jud'tt- Andrew Freas. Centre; Eli Mandenhati.
Benton ; and iackson Th-wti, Madison.
CLiASd B HOUSE.HUL.U MAHH.UIOIIM
Best 10 yards fl annul mude on band loom
2nd tu "
Uest S woolen cloth
Best 10 yard plains linen
" 10 diaper
knit woolen stockings
" cotton qui it
2nd " - .
pair woollen blankets
" home-made table doth 5
Judge 1. S. Woods, Orange ; Mrs. Aaron Boon,
Scott ; and Mrs. Bliae Jieterick. Montorft.
CLAS 9 UOME3TIU M..!uAiui.o,
Best loaf of bread
pound cake -
" fruit jelly " ;
" tomato preserres
' pickles of any kind
, appla butter
i plumb batter
. preservsa peaches
. cured ham -roll
butter, not less than three bsnrtdi'
2nd " '
Best sample yeast 50
apple pie SO
" sample sausage ' 50
Juw-Wm. Shoemaker. Hemlock : Mrs tTathias
S. Appienaii, Hemlock ; and Mrs. H. R K'ine, Orange.
Best knit quilt 91 00
2nd " 50
Best knit sonlajr . 50
" nubie SO
" Poliah boots SO
" woolen underslesTse ' 50
large afgiian 1 00
' Tidy 1 00
2d " 50
" knit shaw't 4 00
" " hood SO
" Infant sncqne 50
- wotmred embroidr7 50
"cotton " 50
" si ting collar 1 00
" ppet iiiioii toting 50
" suittlt articles in knitting ' 50
" cr.tcbiiig as infants gacqae 8, collars, asts.&e. 1 00
' worsted and cotton mats So
" speoimen bead work 50
" sbi'll work 1 00
hur " "I 00
" leather ' 1 00
" " luiij , 1 oo
" " wax 1 00
" " penmanship 50
" collection of daiilis
j) " " artificial flowers
' " home plants in blooss
" , ' dii.:d (irass-es
' largest variety of flowers
" sample neat newing
' ottoman or chair rover
" drawing or painting
" boqui.-t of flowers
" fancy pin cushion
JvdgtiUT. tieo. W. Lott. Orance ; Mrs. W.
Reynolds, Hemlock : Mrs. Isaac Monroe, Cf tawis
sa ; Mrs. S. V. Boon, Bloom; and Mrs, Joliu Conner,
CI ASS 11 FLOTJR.
Best sample wheat flour
" buckwheat flour
Judges Wm. Beers. Mt, Pleasant ; Joshua
dflnbull. Franklin; aud James Freezn, Ulonm.
CLA3.S 1-2 STOVES &. TIN-VVAltK.
Best cooking stove with furniture
' parlor Move
variety tin ware
9 2 00
Judge Mayberry Hughes, Catawiosa ; William
Schuyler, Orange; and Joseph Long, Ureenwood.
CL.AS3 11 AGRICULTURE 1MPLEV1BV f3.
Best plow of any pattern 92 00
" threshing machine '2 00
horse rake 00
" lime spreader 1 00
" portable cider mill and press 1 I'O
' washing macbiue 1 00
farm wagon 8 t
" Sled SO
" clothes wringer I 00
" clover huller 1 03
Judge John Deiterick, Esq , Montour ; Tattorson
N. Moure, Hemlock ; and Ellis Eves, UreeuwnoJ.
CLASS 14 WAGOV3 & CAmUAGES
Bert top buggy ' 92 00
open a 00
two horse carriage 8 00
" sleigh S 00
" sulky 2 00
Judgej. Elias Deiterick. Montour tnweship, fr. J.
A. Wilson, Berwick, and J- O. VVinterslucn, MitHin
CLASS 15 DENTISTRY, &c.
BeM set Ar'ificiaJ teeth 1 00
do Sew inn Machine I 01
do Sample building brie ic 50
ilo Lot Keri hen w are 1 00
Judaes. Dr. Simor: Cotner, Madison; Dr.
Peter H. Freeze, Bloom, S. !,. Betiie, Scott.
CLASS 16 BEST BKE HIVES.
Bet Bee Hive 1 00
do Swarm Bfe 1 00
ilo Sample Honey 5!b 1 00
Judaex Hiram J. Keader.Franklin, Dan
iel Snyiler, Bloom; Reuben Bomboy, Hjfn
C LASS 1 7 VV I N ES AND LIQUO RS.
Bert Q tart Ciurent Wine 1 00
do Blackberry 1 00
do do Grape 1 00
do do Cherry 1 00
do do Ke Whiskey 1 00
da do Cider Vinegar I 00
Judges A. Madison; Bloom ; S. B Bow
man, Berwick; IX. A Smith, Madison; Wm.
T. Snuman, Cataivitsa.
CLASS 13 -MANUFACTURED ARTI
Best display cabinet work
do Smith 2
Pair Fine BooU 1
do Course 1
Srft Windsor Cha'r 1
do Spring seat J
do hocking Chair 1
do f loz Crrn Broom
do A'rtl single harness
do Double do
Two i(te sole leather
2 do Uj'per
2 do Kip
2 do Cilf skins
JlJps John G. Nevis, Hemlock: Parvin
Master. Benton, Pe er Transit. Btuircreek.
CLASS 19. FKUir.
J Bushel winter apples
i do Fall do
3 do ivandard peats
6 Dwarf pear
Satiiple dried applet
Judges Tho. I. Wolever, Mt Pleaant;
John Su.ith, Madison ; Frack Shumati Bea
CLASS 20. TRIAL OF HORSES.
BeM trolling mare, horse oi gelding;.
time net o er 3 minu'es S50 00
Best trotting mare, horse or geldinr.',
lime not over 3-40 SlO 00
Best trotting mare, hore or uHJlrig SlO 00
Bef-t trottins mate hore or gelding 5 00
Any perr-on competing for the S50 00
premium must pay S5 00 at the Stand be
Jojnres. Casper Rahn,attawis'a; John
Fruit, Jereytown; S. L. Brle, Li-iht Street;
RULiS AND REGULATIONS.
Article 3d of the Constitution requires
every person to pay to the associahon one
dollar to constitute membership, the prac
tice heretofore has teen to buy a. family
ticket on lair days and have their names
recorded at the time.
Every exhibiior is reqaired to become a
membe'r of the association before entrm
his article for exhibition, or competition.
Miners can become exhibitors wfcen their
parent or guardian is a member.
The field of competition is open to all
Persons from other counties can become
exhibi'or upon the same terms as citizens
of this county.
All articles offered for competition must
be owned by the competitor. Fruil, vege
tables, flowers, &c, must be the growth of
ihe competitor, arid all manufactured ar
ticles must be made by the competitor.
All articles for competition must be on
the ground by 12 o'clock M. on Thurs
day Tsth, and remain there until l o'clock
P. M. on Friday 16th, when they are a the
disposal of the exhibitor.
Shows, flying hore or other amuse
ments that tend to distract the attention of
visitors will not be allowed.
Stands for the sate of refreshments can
be obtained by making application lo the
President or Secretary of the Association.
No licence will be gran'ed to ttiuids that
sell spirituous or malt liquors.
Judges appointed to examine th differ
ent classes will confer a favor on the Asso
ciation by calling at the Secretary's office
early on Friday morning and obtain their
Tickets to the fair ccn be obtained of A.
J. Sloan, Elias Mendenhall, J. J. Brower,
H. C. &I. W. Hartmans, LJoyd Sharpless,
S. H. Miller, Bloomsburg Iron Co., Mc
Kelyy Neal & Co., A. J. Evans, and Book
J H. 1KLER, President.
L. B. Rcpcbt, Secretary.
Bloomsbarg, Sept. 20, 1893.
Ull II TBW
EDITOR OF THE STAR, Dear Sir :
Wiih your 'permission I wish to say to ihe
readers of your paper that 1 will send by
return mail to all who wish it, (free) a Re
ceipe, with full directions for fnaking and
unrig a simple Vegetable Balm, that will
effeciually remove, in 10 days, Pimples,
Biotches, Tan, Freckles, and all Impurities
o.( ihe Skin, leaving the same soft, clear,
smooth and beauiilnl.
I will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads or Bare Faces, simp'e directions and
information that will enable them to start
a full growth of Lnxurient Hair, Whir-kers,
or a Moustache, in less than 30 days. All
applications answered by return mail with
out charpe Respectfully yours,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemis-t,
No. 831 Broadway, New York,
Aognst 26, 1863 3m.
A GENTLEMAN, cored of Nervous De.
b lily, Incompetency, Premature decay and
Youth ful error5 HCtuated by a derire to ben
efit others, will be happy to furnish to all
who need it, free of charge, the Recipe and
difections for making the simple Remedy
used in his case. Those wis-hing lo profit
by his experience and possess a valuable
remedy" will receive the same, by return
mail, carelullv sealed by adi!rp.in:.
JOHN B. OGDKN,.
No 60 Nassau Street, New York.
Aujrmt 26, 1863 3m.
REVIEW OF THE ailKKET,
CAREFULLY CORRECTED WEEKLY.
FLOUR pr. bbl. 7
LARD, per lb.
$25: EM FLO YM EXT ! $73
We will pay from S25 to $75 per month,
and all expenses, to active Agent, or give
a commission. Particulars ent free. Ad
dress Erik Sewing Machine Company, R
JAMES, Ger eral Agent, Milan , Ohio.
Bloot.isbur?, Aug. 21, 1861.
Attorney at Jiw
office on Main Streel, Exchange Block.
C L O T II I N G ' S T O li E,
Oit Main utraetjt wo doors above the 'A mer
Important to House Ow ners.
Lnportant to Builders.
Important to Rail Road Companies,
important to Farmers.
7b ell whom this may concern, and it concnjtr
J0IIXS 4- CROSLEY'S"
1M PROVED GUI TA PERCH A.
The Cheapest and noM dubleltoofiing.
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF
It can be applied lo New and Old Iioofs of
All kinds, sieep or flat, and lo Siiinle
Roofs without removing the Shir.aies.
THE COST IS ONLY AfsOUT ONE-THIRD
- THAT OF TIN, AND IT IS TWICE
Thi article has been ihorotiojy tpstd in
New York City and all part of ihe t'nited
Stales, Canada, West Indies and Central
and South America, on Buildings ol all
kind, such s Factories, FooridriesChurrh
e. Rail Road Depots, Car, arwl ou Public
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No Heat is required in making appli
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ordinary Roof can be covered and fin.
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IT CAN BE APPLIED BY ANY ONE,
end whpn finished fotms a perfectly Fi-e
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cannot be injured ov Heat, Cold or Storms,
Minn King ol uooi coanis, nor any external
aoti on wha'fivsf,
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For Coaling Metals of all Kinds when ex
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This is the only Composition Known
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when applied to metals, to which it adheres
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LAST THREE TIMES AS LONG ; and
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W Q ftl lit! f
It will' not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
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Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can te
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This Cement is peculiarly adapted for Ihe
preservation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ran
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also for general manufacturers ue.
GUTTA PERCIU CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other
Metal Roofs or every description, from its
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Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be famished on application.
' October 16, 1861. ly.
FRIEXDS AM) RELATIVES
. OF Til K
I?i arc Soldiers and Sailors
II O I IjO W AY'S 11 J I S
A'l who have Friends and Relatives in
the Army or Navy, should lake especi
care, that they be amply supplied with these
Pills and Ointment ; and where ihe
brave Soldiers and Sailors have neglected
lo provide lhemelves with thein, no better
prespnt can be sent them by thoir friends.
They have been proved 'to 'be the Soldiers,
never-lailing-lriend in the hour of need.
COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING
Will be relieved and effectually cured by
using thei e admirable medicines, and by
paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pot or Box. ..
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT Or AP
PETITE, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
Those feelings which so sadden u, usual
ly arise from trouble or annoyances, ob
structed perspiration, or eating and drink
ing whatever is unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the healthful action of the liver and
stomach. These organs rnnst be relieved,
if you de-ire to be well. The Pills, taking
according to the pjjnted iitrnrtions, will
quickly produce a healthy uc'.ion in both
liver and stomach, aud as a natural conse
quence a clear head and good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED
BY OVER FATIGUE.
Will soon disappear by the use of these
invaliiT' pills, and the soldier will quick
ly A'jfe additional strength. Never lei
iWtfeU be etther confined or unduly
arlrfd upon. Il may seem strange that Hol
loway's PilU should be recommended for
Dyseulary and Flux, many persons suppo
sing that they would increae ihe relaxa
tion. This is a "real mistake, for these
Pills wiUl correct the liver and stomach
and thus remove all the acrid humors from
thesysiem. This medicine will give lone
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ever deranged, while health and strength
-follow as a matter ol coure. Nothing will
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this famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION ! INDIS
CRETION OF YOU I H.
Sores ar.d Ulcers, Blotches and Swelling-
can with certainly be radically cureu m i"
pills are taken hihl and morning and
Dinimpiii be freelv u?ed as sated iu
printed instructions. If treated in any oth- :
er manner they dry op in one par. loDreaK
out in another. Whereas this Ointment
will remove the humors from the system
and leave the Patient a vigorous ano heal
thy man. It will require a !i;tle peiserve
ranee in bad cases to inrure a las'ins cure,
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED
BY THE. BAYONET, SABRE OR THE
BULLET, SORES OR BRUISES.
To which every Soldier and Saiii r are li
able, lliere ar no medicine o safo, sore
and convenient as Ho'.loway's IMIs and
Ointment. The poor wounded and a!rnot
ding, sufferer miiht have bis wounds
dressed immediately, il h would only pro
vide Sim-ell wiih If i match! O.ntment,
which should be ihru.i into the wound
and smeared all round it, then covered wnh
a piece, of linen from his knapsack and
compressed wiih a handkercheif. Trfkinj
night and morning C or 8 pills, to ccol the
S'.s'em and prevent uifldmation.
Evcrv Soldier's Knapsack and Seaman's
Chet shjiiM be provided wiih these valua
CAUTION ! None are 2pnnin nnle8
Ihe words Hlloway, New York and Lon
don are discernable as a Water-maik in
every leaf of ihe book of direction around
each pot or box : the same may bfc plninly
seeo bv hoh'inu the leaf to th liht. A
handsome reward will be given to any one
retu'erins such information a- may lead to
the detection of any parly cr parties coun
terfeiting ihe medicines ol vending the
same, tniwiii" tJ-em to be sporioti.
SM at the Manufactory of Professor
Holio'.vay, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by ail rpec:abte Druggi-ts and Dealers in
Medicine, throuahont Ihe civilized world
in boxes at twenty five ccr.is, sixty two
cnts at d one dollar each.
CJT There i con&i t'erable savig by ta
kirs the larger sizes.
N. B Direc'ion for the guidance of pa
tients ia every disorder are affixed lo each
April 9lh 1862. ly.
ino of th most severe Ba'tle Scenes and
Incidents of the war now ready size I8x
30 inche) highly colored, cn fine card pa
per, 4 for 25 cents, or 25 for SI, postpaid.
Also, just published, the Olhcial Union
Volunteer Directory (400 pages), sivin"
the name of every Officer and private iu
ihe Union Army, with their commands, &.c,
toaether with a large ainouut of other val
uable information, senl, postpaid, on re
ceipt of 25 cts, To Agents and the trade
no better opportunity was ever ofiered.--Address
HENRY B. ANSON, Print Publish
er, &c, 49 State Si., Boston, Mass. .
Papers copying, paid in the above.
Teachers' Exaninat onss
THE Examination of Teachers for Col
umbia county, will lake place at ihe fol
lowing times and place :
Numedia, Oct. 3 ; Franklin at Clayton's
School house, Oct. 6 ; Orange at Oranse ville,
Oct. 7 ; Fishingcreek at Pealers School
house, Oct. 8 ; Beniou at Benton, Oct. 9;
Suarloaf at Cole's School house, Oct. 11 ;
Scott at Light Street, Oct. - Madison at
Jerseytown, Oct. 19 ; Hemlock at Buck
Horn, Oct. 20; Montour at Dieterick's
School house, Oct. 21 ; Mount Pleasant at
Jones' School house, Oct. 22 Briarcreek
at Martz's School house, Oct. 21 ; Green
wood at Rohrsburjr, Oct 26; Jackson at
Derr's School house, Oct. 27 ; Pine at
Waroersville, Oct. 30.
The exercises at ll the above places to
commence at 1C o'clock, A. M.
Teachers will please be punctual in at
tendance. Directors are respectfully re
quested lo be present.
CHARLES G. BARKLY.
BIoomburg,Sept. 12, 1863. Co Svpt.
A LL persons indebted to the late firm ol
MiHer If Eyer, Merchants in Bloom
burg, are hereby notified, that the Book?,
Notes and Accounts ol said firm are in tha
Store for collection, and must be settled
by ihe first ol October, without respect to
MILLER & EYER.
Bloomsbnrg, August 26, 1863.
G REAT -EXC 1 T C Si EW T
r.ARGE REINFORCEMENTS RE
T the Store of Daniel McIIenry, in Still
water, Columbia county.
The undersigned would respectfully in
vite the citizens ol Fi.-hi"2 freek aud the
surrounding country, to his lare and ex
tensive s:ock of 'Good, just received from
the cities of New York and" Philadelphia,
all of which he will sell cheaper than here
tofore. His assortmeut cotisi-ts of
' Hats and Cap, of
the latest fashion, Boots and Shoes of the
most approve! make ; aUo, a loi of excel
lent IScady-Jaadc ClotSiing.
logRther with a good assortment of Ves
ling. His store is well filled with Goods
ot every desrripiion. His
are not surpassed by any Store in the coun
try. His Hardware Department lja not
SCYTHES, RAKES. HOES, SU0YELS
&c, are constantly kept on hand ; also,
Spikes and Nails ; in short, everything us
ually found in Fnst-Cla Store.
DANIEL Mc HENRY.
Stillwater, May 14, Uo3.
51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK;
Since i s organization, ha created a new
era in the histor of
holPSiili I cno In '.hU Country.
They have introduced iheir selections of
TEAS, ard are seliing them at rot over
TITO COTS ( 02 Cents) per pound
Never deviating from the ONE PRICE
a nmhor nernliariiv of ihe Comnanv i
that their Tea Taster not only devotes
hi time to the selection of their TEAS a
io quality, value, and particular stales lor
particular localities of country, but he
help the TEA buyer to choose oz of their
enormous stock such TEAS as are best
adapted to hi particular wants, and not on
ly thif, but points oui to him the best .bat
gains. It h erfsy to se the incalculable advan
tage a Tea Buyer has in ih'.s establishment
over all others.
Il he is aJiide of Tea or the Market,
if his time i valuable, he ha all ihe bene
fits of a well organized systam of doinn
busines, of an immense capital, of ihe
judgement ol a Professional Tea Taster,
and the knowledge of superior salesmen.
This enables all Tea buyer no matter
if they are thousat.ds of miles from thi
market to purchase on as good leruss heie
as ihe New York Merchant.
Parties can order Teas will be served by
cs us well as ihouwh ihey came themselves
beina sure to cei original packages, trne
weiah's and tare-; and ihe TEAS are war
rolled as represented.
We issce a Price List of the Company's
Teas, which wiil te sent to ail who orJer
it : cciprisini
II y son. Ymiiiir I5ydn. Isbiic
rial, fsiiiipodfi. Twankay
i OOLONG, SOUCHONG. ORANGE & HY
JAPAN TE of every descripiion col
ored anil uucolored.
This list has each kind of Tea divided into
FOUR C!;.s-e. namely: CARGO, hih
CARGO FINEST, that every o te may on-der-a'nd
frrrn description and the prices
anneved tha'. the Company are determined
to undersell ihe whole Tea trade.
We cnarntefl to sell ALL our Teas at not
over TWO CENTSf, 02 Cent) per i.oun.t
above cost, belicvi:.i tiiis to le at rac ive
to the rnar.y who havo herrtofote been
payin; Ei;ohmoi; Profit.
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
IMPORTERS JXD JOBBER,
No. 51 Yespy Sueei, Ne York.
9, JS63. 3ino.
XEW ARRIVAL 0V
SPRING AND SUMMER
A T PE TE R EN T S S TORE I
I'i LiV. L'reet, Columbia county, Per.na
HAS ju-t received from Philadelphia
and is now opening at the old stan
lately occupied by Mart. & Ent. a splen
did assortment ol MERCHANDIZE, which
will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNRY PRODUCE
His stock consists of Ladies Dress Gobs'
choice! styles and late-t fashions.
CALICOES, MUSLINS. .
G 1 Mi 11 A MS, FLANN EL5,
READY-M DE CLOTULNCJ,
COTTON A DES,
Cedarvt are, Hardware, Medicines Drug,
Oil. Paints, kc, Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Cap. .
In short everylhing usually kept in a
The patronage of old friend, anil the
public public generally, is respectfully so
The highest market price paid for conn
try produce. PETER ENT.
Lish? Streel. May 7, 1863.
. II. C. UOWUR,
S U U K O IV I) E 4 Tl ST.
J J ESP EC FULLY offers his
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to at'.end
lo all the various operation in Denti-iry,
and is provided with ihe latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, lo look as
well as natural.
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
A supsrior article of Tor.h Powders, al
ways on harjd. All operations op the teetli
Residence and Office, a few doors above
the Court House, same side.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 19 1858.
CLAXKS ! BLAMiS ! BLAAKS ! 1
of proper & desirableforms,fosale at the
ofiice of the "tar ofthe North."
fif 10 00(1 MALE or FEMALE Agertff
lo LLOYD'S new Steel
Plate County colored Map of the United.
States, Canadas, and New,Biunsw"ck.
From recent surveys completed Ausr. 10,
1862; com $20,000 to engrave it and eoe
Superior to any SlO Map ever made by
Colton or M ichefl, and sells at fbe low
price of fifty cents, 373,000 names are en
graved on this map..
It i rot only a Cnnn'v Map, but U is
also a COUNTY and RAILROAD MAP, of
the United Sutes and, Canada combined
in one, giving every RAILROAD STATION
and 'itanre betMeeri.
Guarantee any woman or man $3 to 95
per day, ami will take back all Mapa that
cannot be sold am' refund the money.
Send lor one dollar's worth lo try.
Printed inMrnciiorrs tiow lo canvass well
furnished all our Agents. . .
WANTED Wholesale Agent for onr
Map in every Sia'e, California, Canada,
England, France and Cuba. A fortune may
be made wiih a few hundred .doltars capi
tal. No competition. j T.LLOYD,
No. 146 Broadway, New,York.
The War Department uses our Map oj
Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsv I vaniacost
100,000, on which is marked Antic'am
Creek, Sharksburg, Maryl.nl Heights,
Williamsport Ferry, Rhorersville, Nolamfs
Ford, and all others on the Potomac, anil
every other place in Maryland, Virginia',
and Pennsylvania, or money refunded.
LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
Kentucky, Ohio, InCiana, and Illinois, ia
ihe only authority for Gen. Bnell and ihe
War Department. Money refunded to any
one Onding an error in it. . Price 50 cts.
From the Tribune Ana. 2. ,
"Llo d's Map of Virginia. Maryland, and
Pennsylvania. This map U very larae ita
cost is but 25 cents, and it is t.'ie Lett xchiik
car, le purch2ted 4 .
LLOYD'S Great Map of the MISSISSIPPI
RIVER From Actual Surveys by Capta.
Bari Kiid Wm. Bowen, Mississippi River
Pilots, of St. Louis, Missouri, show every
man's plantation and owrer's name from
St. Louis io the Gulf of Mexico 1,350
miles every sand bar, island, town, land
iris, and all places 20 miles ba'ffe from the
River colored in counties and States.
Price, Si in sheets. S2, pockei form, and
52 50 on lir.en, with roller. Ready, Sept.
20th 1862 . . . '
Navy Department, Washington, )
September l7ih, 1862. 1
J. T. LLOl D Sir: Send nie your Map of
the Mississippi River, with price per hun
dred copies. Rsad Admiral Charles H.
Davis, commanding the Mississippi squad
ron is aotrtorized io pnrcha-e a many a
are required lor ue of that squadron.
GIDEON WELLES, Sec. of Navy.
October 8, 1862.
, IVcw Goods, IVcu' Goods!
TO U T II 11 ..
Just Received at L. T. Sharpless Cheap
Cash Store at the old Stand formerly
occupied bi L. 13. Rupert
Calicoes, Mu-liiH, from 18 cts. up.
Svnips fiom 50 lo 8t) c. per gallon.
Q teen-ware reasonably low. Bool, Shoes,
and Gum for met?, women and children
at ihe love-t pries. Hi,t k in aud La
dies BimoraU in abundance. ,
New Mackerel, letail and by the pack
Having bousht for cash he intends to
throw out such inducements to lhne who
buy fcr cash, as can not oe surpassed.
IV Wanted, grain, seed of all kind,
Dried frui's, onions, ras kc. for which
thd highe-t market price will te paid.
CT Give him a call and examine his
goods before buying.
L. T. SHARPLESS.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 30, 1863.
nioom!)iir, Columbia Co l
rjtie subfibjr, proprietor of the cbove
nameil extensive c-tablishment, is now
prepared to receive orders for all. kind o
machinery, for COLLERIES. BLAST FUR
N AC KS STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESIIIMG MACHINES, &c, kc.
He is also prepared to make S'oves, all
size and pn'.tern, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in tirt-class Foundries
His en;anive facilities and practical
workman, wairant him in receiving iho
Urgent controls or the roost reasonable
t Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
LV" Tins e-tablihment is located near
the Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bioomsburg, Sept. 9, 15G3.
$150 BEStTlAXOS. 150
GROVES TEEN & HALE, having re
moved io their new wareroomsK
1T0. .7S 2S.CAS7rAT
are now prepared to offer ihe public a mag
nificent new scale full
7 Octave Iloscwood Piano,
containing all improvements known in ibis
country or Europe, over-strung bass,
French grand action, harp pedal, foil iron
Warranted for 5 Years.
Rich moulding ce.
$175 TO $200, . .
all warran ted made of the best seasoned
material, and to stand better than any sold
for $400 or 5500 by ihe old methods of
manufacture. We invite ihe bet Judges
tojexamine and try these new instruments,
and we stand ready at ail times to test t hern
w ith any others manufactured in this conn-
, y GROVESTEKX & UALC.
478 Ki-oatUvay, Acw York.
June 4di 1862. 3m 7
DISS0LIT10X CF PARTXERSniP.
frllR partnership heretofore ei'istin be
Iween C. W. McKeUy and J.. S- Mc
Nmch, in ih manulaciure of paper at
Cat'awi-sa Mills, under the firm of C. W.
McKely ft Co., i ibis dsy dU&olved by
mi: m I consent. , ..
. The busines of the Ule iirrn wiil be set
tle d by C. UT. Kelvy, at Canawissa Mitl.
C. W. McKELVY.
THE undersigned, having purchased ih?
interest of J. S. McNinch, in the late firm
of C. W. McKelvy & Co., would inform bii
friend thit he will continue the mauufaO'
ture of paper, and pnrcliHe Rgs, as. here?
lofcre, and solicits a continuation of the
patronage so liberally beg-'owel on the late
firm. C. W. McKELVY.
. Ca!'awia Mills. Oct 7. 1893.
AGltltl LTL'U VL NOTICE
The Agricultural, Horticultural and Me
chanical Society will holJ iheir Eighth
Annual Fair, Thurdav, Fridy and Sat
urday, ihe 15if), 16tb, and l7;h " days of
October, 1S63, on ihe ground of the Soci
ety, near Bioomsburg, P.
By order of ih Executive Committe.
L. B. RUPERT, Secretary,
oloomiburiJ, Sept. 9. 1863. 1