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SI A It OF THE NORTH
fS2LOO.fl $12 17 St G, PA.
WEfNESDAY MORNING. NOV. 4. 1863.
Sc osw advertisements in to day's Str.
Attention i directed to ihe new adver
tisement of Simon Shive's Cabinet Rooms,
I this place, in thin paper.
Riad minutes of the Teacher' Institute,
In another column of our paper, which was
held On the Ztilh nit , at OrangailIe.
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Thl Abolitionist h id a Curtin "iipper ner
ved up for them at the "Fork Hotel,' this
place, oi Tuesday e-rening, of last weak.
It wi.a pot much of an affair.
CflST!M'T9. The ohestnnt crop this Fall
is nnusrally large, and great quantities off
Ihese not are offered for sa'e in oor market.
Ten cents per qoart is the mlin price.
. Tur Columbia County Teachers' Jsaciititn
will meet in Bloomsburg, om Saturday, the
14th day cf November, 163 at 10 o'clock,
a. rn.. for the pnrpose of taking steps for the
revival of the Association. A good turnout
tf Teachers i epected.
A Republican editor says, "the height of
impudence i to alc a Copperhead if he
believes slavery to be a sin " No. sir, the
highest impudence is to ak 80 Abolitionist
if he loves the Union and the Constitution-
Tr. Republican editors are areatly alarm
d lust the Democrary shall "embarrass" j
the Administration. To read these papers ;
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viip piiiiiu .-ij y yifTvr ilia li III I II ISM lat I o II
easily embarrassed as a vonng lady while
entertaining her first bean. It must be a pity :
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lo e;Tibnrras?s a thief while stealing yoar ;
treat ore. . OT . .
Sirpnryr H. MiiLra ha jnst opened ont a
few stock of Fall and Winter Goods. He j
inviies hi? customers lo call and examine
his jroo.1 for their own satisfaction. We
hesitate nrt in recommending his selection
of 0"ds lo the publ-ie. Pry-good can be
had at 'lis store at a more reasonable figare
than any other in the place.
Mr. Lincoln and his proclamation for
lhree hnndred Ihonsand more troop, of
rooie wants l.oyaI Union men. Now, if
the abolition party have been telling the ; Robert Eflwcli., son of Judge Elwell.aged
troth, this does not mean democrats, for 2 Jear and 10 n,on,h'
they are Copperheads, rebels and lories. In Locnst twp., Columbia co., on the 20th
Whawonld think or putting rebels in lhe J of October, SaL Wrt.-aed about 62
Union army ?
Twe' AhVfionisf .eern to be more dis-:
eaiened than j-b:lant oer their victory
for (jdvernor in this State. The Democrats
aeein to e'ljoy the de'eat more easily. The
-Aboliti"niits feel ami look mighty guilty.
They told and circulated all manner of lie,
misrepresented Judge Woodward, a:td prac-
Heed fiatids to so gfa' an extent, to carry
the election, that they are really ashamed
of the iclory. Guilty party are they.
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Wc fluti on examining oor last file of the
tb that, it is short three numbers, viz:
Va,'. 14 No. 25 : No 39, and No. 42; ell the
same volume Some one has iif-ed litem
in onr absence, and we pot it down as be
infe an act ot a "very small man." Who
wo I'd be guilty of stealing a Printer's file
paj-ers ? i We will pay a fair price to any
pel son ho will furnish us wr h the thre
tuxnSers abore men io ie I.
So Ao'Idcnt We are reliably informed
That a little daughter of Jackson Knorr ot
Centre to'rt.hip, this county, was violently
thrown from a wagon, on Wednesday last,
which Iractured hert-kull in such a manner,
that but slight hopes are entertained of her
recovery; She is under the treatment of
Ibe skillfil surgeon and accomplished phy
.ician. Dr. H L Freas, of this place. Ber
Opb Ni:w Tblk We have lately added
to oar already good assortment of furniture,
in onr office, a new writing table, made by
Mr. Joite Harman, of Orange ville, who car
riea oi the Cabinet making business in all
its brandies. He is a capital mechanic, and
employs nothing bot skillful workmen to
asidst him His work will compare favora
bly with any done this side of onr large cit
ies. He is prepared lo make op the most
faihicnat le furnitore, at reasonable prices.
- Too High Thi. necessary article for our
comfort stone coal is selling at too high
lignre. Although it may have advanced
in price i.o more rap:d than other articles
in oar market. All brought about through
thg elect of this rebellion, instigated and
carried an by the rebels of the South and
the Abolitionists of the North. Coal, fit for
cte, :js sidling at S4 per too in oar market.
If; Niiw York it is bringing nine dollars and
. fi t cents, and in Philadelphia nine dollars
a too.. When navigation closes we may
look for the price to go op stili higher.
R.tT. T. M. Reisk, according to the Abo
. Ii:ioc, organ op town, "gave the Copper
heads and Traitors another blast on Sunday
evening" of laet week, in the M. E. Church,
at this place. This Rer. Reese seems to
b bothered with Copperheads and Traitors
quite considerably, as we scarcely hear him
spok an : bat in connection wtth the ene
irieiof our country. He was proad to say
ttat be vi as an Abolilionisi'-thanked God
fcritJ Ye have pretty good Repoblican
. aothority in sayicg lhat an, ' Abolitionist is
m bud an a Secef sionist," thai they walk
hand in liand together, their purpose being
to destroy the Urjion and the Constitution
Sucfi rnea as Rer. Reese declare that this
rabelliort shall not cease onti! every "negro
in set freo. Is this what oor soldiers in the
field are sacrificing their lives fot? Are we
toseppolta negro war? We rather think
il th awir .was boldly declared for the ab
olition of slavery instead of a war for the
Cnien itjwould have bat few supporters
These Koverend gentlemen are the "last
dsl'.ar" men, and the "last men" to do Any
of the Eg'iUDg! They go for a vigorous pros
ttbtntn ojihs war.
Mf. Valland:gbam at the. recent election
for Governor of Ohio, received a larger vole
than any defeated candidate for Governor
in the poli ical history of that State.
The Nttional .police Gazette has been re
ceived at this office, after an absence of
jover a year. It looks natural, and reads with
that fame familiarity as in the past. It is a
good chronicler of police affairs, as well as
general information of criminal and civil
matters o! New York and other large cities.
Subscription, S3 a year. Geo. VV. Malsell
& Co , publishers, New York.
SofptNDED. The Philadelphia Evening
Journal has suspended for want of proper
support. We regret this, as the Journal
was an interesting paper.
Fkakk Leslie's Lady's Migizine, for No
vember, has been received. It is a hand
some and interesting number. This Maga
zine ranks head and shoulder above many
other periodicals purporting to be ip. the firs;
claes. The fashion plates in this work,
alone, are well worth the price of subscriD-
lion which is S3 ner annum The readimr
is choice, interesting and instructive. Send
and set it Publication office, 72 Duaue
St , New York.
We are now fending out bills to all sub
scribes whose accounts have run over a
year On goin? through our books, we
find thai there is a large amount due us,
in sums of $1 50 up toSlO, Sl5, and even S20,
which we mast collect, in order to meet
our obligations. We hope therefore, that
every one who knows himself indebted to
us, will lose no time in sending or bringing
us the amount, may it be ever so small.
It is a small matte for each subscriber to
pay a bill of a few dollars ; and we are
satisfied that lew, if any, who really wish
to pay, need keep us walling for onr money.
So far, few, to whom we have sent bills.
have paid any attention to it ; although we
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commenced sending them out two weeks
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uu. o trarneu our money, anu
want it. Publishing a newspaper for glory,
i a business we have gron tired ol long
ago. A word to the wise, &c, is 6uffi
InCVawir-sa on the 22d ins:.t by Rv M.
P. Crosthwaite. Mr Wm McNkal, to Miss
Makt E. Lcdwiq, of Catawisa twp.
In R!oombnrii. on Saturday. 30th ult..
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At the re-iience of hi son, in Freder
icksburg, Wayne co . Ohio, on the lh
ult, Mr Kobkrt McLov, btte of Washing-
Monville, Montour co , aged 77 yenr.
I:l ilootit fieasani, on Uie 27(n
Danifi. Ziglkh, age ! about 50 year.
In Madison, on the 2!si ijii., Mr Corns
Lti's Yanhors, aged about 74 years
At :be General Hospital, near Gettysburg.
Sept. 25lhf I s63 . Clakkmcb son of Joseph
Herman, aged 19 years, 1 mouth and 14
In B!oombnr? on Friday, the 30lh of
October 1863 Gfohgk Dallas Fav-reon of
Cyrus and Clara Fry, aed 15 years, 7
months, and 27 days.
FOR DECEMBER TERvl, 1863.
Benton Thotia Sei-red
Briariretk Pvis, John H. Smi'h
Fishingcreek James Edgar, Geo. Mc
Bride. Hemlork Mathis Aprlman.
Jarkson John McHenry, Thomas W.
LoiMiit Hnrv Fiher, William Miller,
Mifflin Jonn Snyder, Simuel Siydr.
Mount Pleasant Aaron KMer, Jr., John
Mame Solomon Shuman, John Har
n o iy.
Madison Perry Christian, Phineas WN
Orange Aaron R Patterson, Cornelius
Snarloaf Jopph O. Hes, Andrew Hss.
Scott- Jon n Shu man.
FOR DECEMBER TERM, 1863
Bloom Augns'u Masorij Stephen Knorr.
Beaver Samuel Fisher, Elias Miller,
Wm. Schet:. '
Br'arcrek Evan D Adam
Benton Peter Appleman John O. Dil
dir.e. Centre Daniel Bower, George He-s,
Pfier Miller, Aaron Kelrhner.
Ca tawissa Joeeph Martz, Clinton Mar
gerum. Fishingcreek Dauiel McHenry, Benj.
Greenwood Sylvester Albertson. John
Hemlock Amos Hartman.
Jarkson John Savage.
Madison Robert Fruit, Wrr. Carnahan,
Maine John Nns.
Mffl.n Lawrence Walters, Stephen Die
terick. Ml Pleasan! Wm. J. Ikeler, William
Montour Levi Weaver.
Orange David Herring, John Pettebone,
Pine Francis Hunter Valentine Win
lersteen, Henry Richart.
Sugarloaf James Hes..
TDE NEW GROCERY STORE.
Just received at Erasmus1 New Store.
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Tocether with a great variety of notions
&c , too nnmerous to mention.
CF"Butter, Eggs, Meat and produce gen
erally taken in exchange for yoods.-
7 A. B. ERASMUS.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 4, 1863
. CLOTHING STORE,
On Main street, t wodoorsabovethe 'Amer
eaa HotsL' :
A FORTUNE FOES ALL!
EITHER MEN OR WOMEN !
NO HUMBUG, but an ENTIRELY NEW
thing. Only three months in thin conntrj!
No clap-trap operation to gull the public,
j but a genuine money making thing ! Read
j the Circular ol instruction once onl, and
j you will understand it perfectly. A Lady
' has just written lo me that the is making
a-high as TWENTY DOLLARS SOME
DAYS! giving instructions in this iirt.
Thousands ol Soldier are making money
rapidly at it. It is a thing that take better
than any thins ever offered You ran
make money with it ho me or abroad on
Meam boats or railroad car, and in the
country or city. You will be pleated in
pursuing it, not only because i: will jiuld
a hand-ome income, but also in conse
quence cf the general admitation which it
elicits. It is pretty 'much all profit. - A
mere trifle is iifcesnary to start with.
Thtre is fcarcely one person out of
thousands who ever pays any attention to
advertisements of this kind, thinking ihy
are humbugs. Consequently those who do
send lor instructions will have a broad
field to make money ;.n. There is a rlss
of persons in this world who would think
that because they have been humbii2'ed
out of a dollar or so, that everything - that
is advertised i a humbug. Conpequei liy
Ifie tr) no more. The person who suc
ceeds is the one that keeps on trying until
he hits something that pays him.
This art cost me on ihoufand dMl.trs
and I expect to make money out of it and
pll who purchase the art of me will do the
same. One Dollar sent to wie will insure
the prompt return of a curd of instruction
in lie art. The money xoVl be returned to
those not sati'Jied.
Address WALTER T. TINSLEY,
No. 1 Park Place, New York.
Oct. 21, 1863 Sm.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervoun De
bility, Incompetency, Premature decay aiul
Youthful error, actuated by a de-iri to ben
efit ntlitrs, will be happy to furnish to al
who ned it, fre of charge, th Recipe and
directions for making '.he cimple Remedy,
used in bis case. "Those winning lo profit
by his experience and pnnsn valuable
remedy will receive the same, by return
mail, carelullv sea'e.t by adi'rs-ing.
JOHN B Of? PEN.
N" 60 Nassau Strict, New York.
Augnt 26, 1S63 3 n.
CIRIO.N S CHEAP 1I I M ORE
Atioftirr Arrival ol" d!oo(l.
Now is Tour Time lo liny.
I NOW SF.LL CHEAPER THAN EVER.
H E undersigned having bouiht our ihe
Grof-ery ot Dvid Sironn, has rcnnvnl
Ins Hat and Cap Nore up to Mroup'- Oid
.Suiul, where in addition o a superior as
SPRING AND SUMMER
i$ HATS AND (JAPS,
Com.riiiig eiery mui and qjalit, which
will be hold at ontisiially low price.
He will continue itie Grocery and Notion
buiiie- in all I'.r (orn as t-arneil on by
Mr. Siroup Anil solicits a continuance of
I'm old cii.-tomer.
AL0;-A fine lot ol KIDS, MOROCCOES,
ar.d LININGS to which he invites tie at
teutioti ot Siiomakers and the public.
JOHN K GIRTON.
Blnorrsbnrr. Ang. 26. 1S63.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
rHE nmlersigned resi-ectfnlly informs
- fiis friends and the public genera'.lv,
that he has juni received Irom the Eastern
Cities", a lare assortment of
JXD SUMMER CLOTHING
Freeh from the seat of Fashion, of all
sorts, sizes and quantities, which will be
sold cheap for casM or country pioduce.
-A L S O,-
f BOOTS AM) SHOES
Together with a variety of no
tions and ihingsjoo troublesome to numer
ate, to which he invites the attention cf pur
chaer. fSTCall and examine our stork of jrnods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsbnrs, Ana. 26, 1863.
In the Orphans' Conrt for the County of Col
umbia, Eitite of Solomon t-towk, late cf tfei
ver township, deed.
ALL persons interested will lake notice,
lhat the undersigned appointed Auditor
by the Orphans' Court of the county ol Col
umbia, on exception filed to the account
of Tilmon Riilenhonse, and Reuben Swank
administrator of Solomon Swank, dee'd ,
will meet the partis interested at the Re
corder's Office, in B!oom'b:.rg, on Thurs
day, 26'h of November, 1863 for tha pur
pose of his appointment when 'and where
all parties inteiested are requested to at
tend if they think proper.
WESLY WIRT, Auditor.
Bloomsborg, Oct. 28 , 1863 4t 52.
In the Orphan's Court for the County of CoU
vm'ia, Estate o George Hartman, late of
Benton tozenship, dtc'U.
iLL persons interested will take notice,
lhat the undersigned, appointed Auditor
by the Orphans' Court of Columbia county,
to settle and adjust the rates and propor.
nons of the balance or assets in the hands
of George M Hartman, Executor of George
Hartmarij deceased, to and among the re
spective creditors of the deceased, aecord
ina to the order established by law, will
meet the partiet interested ai Robert F.
Clark's office, in Bloombars on Tuesday
the 24h of November, 1863, for Hie pur
poses of his appointment, when and where
all parties inieresed are requested to pre
sent their claims, or be debarred from
coming in lor a share of such assets.
ROBERT F. CLARK, Auditor.
Bioomsburg, Oct. 28, 1863 4tS2.
AME to the premises of the subscriber,
in Benton township, Columbia County,
on Monday right October 19ih lost a
r MttrL n i r L" T v llJ 7?CF
left hind foot wmte, a roan upot
on ihe forehead, a whi:e snipe
between ihe nostrils, judged to
be aooul nine years old. Ihe owner or
owners are requested lo come liorward,
prove property, pay charges and, take him
away, or he will be disposed of according
to law. JOHN W. KLINE.
Benton Iwp., Oct. 23 1863. 3w,
... . ib'Lothisbb:
CABINET WARE ROOM.
T ESPECTFLltLY invites i he attention of
--lhe Public H his extensive assortment
ot Cabinet trrulure and CH A IRS,
which he will warrant made of good
materials ai.d id a workmanlike man
v.tsr. At his tfsjablisnnient can always be
icund a good assortment of fashionable
furniture, which is equal in style bud fin
ish to lhat of Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at as low pnets. He has on hand
I'lit fiftr0iit til la nnrl
prices, from S25 lo SCO. Dirans Lounges,
Walnut and Mahoganr. Parlor chairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parloi bureaus, sofa, card.j1
centre and pier tables, detashn?,
chefieniers. whatnots and comodes.Ctf23
and all kinds of fashionable work. His
stock of butcaus, enclosed and common
WH.-hfetands,dresB-tables, corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedtads,can seat and common chairs is
the largest in this section ol the county.
He will also keep a good assortment ol
lookinj? glasses with fancy gilt and com
mon frames He will also furnish spring
matrrasses fitted lo any sized bedstead,
which are superior lor durability and com
fort to any bed n use.
Bloomsburg Nov. 4, 1863.
Pulmonary (Jon ssuiii'tioi. A
Curable 5ifccac !
THE undersigned having been retored
to health in a few week, by a very sim
ple remedy, alter having suffered several
years wrh a severe Iuhj affection, and lhat
.i.unri .ii.ai.-a n . i i . .. ; a . I
V I C ' I Hirra5r; WUIIPIIIII nun I- OIIAIUU."1 It ,
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make known to his tellow sufferers the
means of cure.
To all who desire ?!, he will send a copy
cf te prescription u-ed (free of charge),
w'nh Ihe directions for preparing and u-ina
the same, which they will find 8 sure cute
tor i.oriMimption, Anhma, Bronchius
Coouhs. Colds, &.c. Ttie or.ly ntjectof ihe (
advertiser in sending the rrescripnon is to
benefit the ;tfHicted, and spread the infor
mation which he conceives to be invalua
ble; and he hopes every sufTisrer will try
hi.) remedy, as u will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.:
Parties wishing the prescription wi!1
REV. E DWARD A . W I LSOX
Willianist'iirh, Kmgs county , N. Y.
Sept, 23; 1863. 4mos.
Secrc(x i'or Ilic ITIillon !
VHluatle and wonderlul publi-
anon. A worK ol 4t)ti p-t-js. un i
30co!ore, ergrHvi-ig. DR. HUNTERS
VA DEM SCUM, an onii al and j)(.Hi!.ir
irea'i-e on M in and Wctnari. I'teir Piiys-
ioiogj , Fniiciions, and Sexual disorders ol j
every ki:u, with Never-i li ,ii Remedie !
for Iheir speedy -ure. The prac i"' rf
Dr. HUNTER ha lmz been, and P'ii! i-;
unbounded, but at ih carret soiti itii'.ion
ipimt'eroiis persons, tie ha been induced
to extend ha medical usefulness through
the medium of hi "VA DEM ECUM." I.
is it volume ttiat should e in the hand of
every family in ihe land, as a preventive ol
secret vices, or a a snide for the allevia
tion of one of ihe most awful and destruc
tive .conr2e ever visited mankind One
copy, seourelv enveloped, will be forwar
tied free ot postage to any part of the Uni
ted Sia;es toi 50 cents in P. O. stamp, 3
copies for SI. Address, post paid, DR.
HUNTER, No. 3 Division S reet. New
Sept. 9. 1863.
And CurPcapIe at Home
Ar now otTered an opportunity by which
they car; obtain a
X GOOD AXD DURABLE TIME-PIECE
VERY LOW FIGURE.
Our ll'utchrs are
WARRANTED TO KEEP TIME ONE
YEAR, and ihe buyer 6s allowed ihe Priv
ilege of Examination before Payment is
IMPROVED DUPLEX IN FULL RUBY
A firl cta-s Hunting Time-Piece of Sil
ver material, over which is tdectio fine
plated 18 k. gold, most durably wrought,
making the imitation so iauhlt-ss ihal it
cannot b detected from the solid rr.a'erial
most experienced jndges; acids will not
afTect it. London made movement. Im
proved Duplex in Full Ruby Aciiori, has
sweep seconds, and is not to be excelled
in general appearance. This is decidedly
one of the best artrclej ever offered for tra
ders and speculators. Ergineets, emigrants
and persons tavelling, will find them supe
rior to any other ; alteratien ofcbmaie will
uoi affect iheir accuracy. Price, packed
in good 6hape ami good running o;Jer only
535, or case of 6 for S200.
SILVER DOUBLE TIME HUNTING
Best Quality Silver Case?, over which
electro-fine plated 18 k. gold, similar to
uur Improved Duplex, and superior adjust
ed movements with 'Stop." to be oed in
timiua horses, e:c, has Four Indexes for
Washington and Greewich time, sweep
second, and ali Ihe improvement. All in
all, taking i:s Beautiful and Faultless ap
pearance and its Superior Movement into
consideration, we regard it as decidedly
the cheapeM article ol the kind in ihe mar
ket. Price, in ood tunning order. 34,
or case of 6 for S200.
PTWe ask no pay in advance, but will
for ard either of them to responsible par
ties, to any part of the loval Stales, with
bill payable to exyresa:nan when the good
are delivered, giving rhe buyer ihe privil
ege rd examination, and, if not satisfactory,
the watch can be returned at our expen-e.
The express oompanies refuse making
collection on soldier and other parties in
the disloyal Stales, consequently all such
orders must be accompanied by the ca.i
to insure attention. We make a deduction
ol two dollars on either watch when the
payment is forwarded in advace.
Money may b5 sent by express at ou
THDS. CAFFERTY & CO.,
93 and 95 Broid St., oppo-iie City Bank,
Providence, R. I.
E. H. LITTLE.
Office in Court AUey ; formerly occupied br
Chailes R. BuckaJew.
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES '
IJraYc Soldier! anil
A'l who have Friends and Relatives in
the Army or Navy, t-hould lake especi
care,that they be amply supplied with these
Pills and Oin'ment ; and where the
brave Soldiers and S'ilors have neglected
to provide themselves with them, no better
present can be sent them by their friends.
They have been proved to be the Soldiers,
never-lailm-lriend in the hour of need.
COUGHS AND COLDS AFFECTING
Will be relieved and effectually cured by
using thee e admirable medicine, and by
paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attnehed to each Pol or Box.
SICK HEADACHES AND WANT Or AP
PETITE, INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
Those feelings which so sadden u. usual
ly arise from trouble or annoyat ces. ob
structed perspiration, or earing and drink
nm whatever 1 unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the I efclthful action cf the liver and
stomach. These organs must b relieied,
if you desire to be well. The Pills, taking
according to ihe printed instructioi s, will
quickly produce a healthy action in both
bver and stomach, am! as a natural conse
quence a clear head and good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DEBILITY INDUCED
BY OVER FATIGUE.
Will soon disappear by the ue of these
invaluable pills, and the toldier will quick
ly acquire additional strenjtn. Never let
ihe bowels be either confined or unduly
acted upon. Il may seem strange lhat Hol
lo way 's Pills should be recommended, for
Dyien1ary and Flux, many persons suppo
sing that they would increase the relaxa-
1 1 o 1 1 . Jliisis a ereat misia
Ke, lor inese
, , , J I
Pi U wi : correct the hvei and stomach
and thus remove all the acrid humors Irom
Ihe system. This medicine will give tone
and vuor to the whole organic sys'em how
ever deranged, while heali'i and sirength
(ollov as a matter ol course
els so ture as
stop the relaxation of tte bowe
this famous medicine.
VOLUNTEERS ATTENTION ! INDIS
CRETION OF YOUTH.
" Sore ar.d Ulcers, Blotches and Swelling
can with certainty be radically cured if the
pills irre l?ken night and morning anil the
Oi"tment be freely used as sated in the.
printed instructions. Iftreaied in any oth
er manner they dry up in one par to break
out in another. Wtierea this Ointment
will remove the humors, from the system
and leave the Patient a vigorous aim heal
thy man. Ii wiil require a !i't': peiserve
ranee in bsid c;ise to insure ;i las:inj core,
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED
BY THE BAYONET, SABUE OR IHE
BULLET, i-ORF.S Oil BRUISES.
Towtich every Soldier and Snd.- r are li
ab!e, there are no medicines so safe, gore
aitil convenifnt a llo'.lowny's Pills aiul
Oinimeiit. The poor vvoutnlod and almost
Idvittg -iiflfrt-r miaht have li wound
itre.s-eil lain.eitMteiv, tl t e woiii.i oniy pro
!e Sim-ell wi;h Ihi matches O.i.tmer.tj j
which should he thrust in'o the wonrid .
and stne.ired all round it, then covered wiih j
a piece of linen from hi knapsack and
compressed with a fiandkercheif. Taking
night and"morning 6 or 8 pil'-, to cool the j
system ami prevent intlamation. i
Lver-v Soldier s Knapsack and Seaman s
Chesi sfoi;!!! be provided with lbese valua
A1,'T10N ! None ?rt genuine nnles
the words "Hcdloway, New York and Lon
don are discprnable as a Wa'er-maik in
every leaf of the book of direction around
each pot or box : (he same may be plninly
seen by boi ling tho lenf to the light. A
handsome reward will be given to any one
r en 'prlii s such information as may lead lo
the defection of any party fr psr i- conn
(erfeiting thef medicines oi vending the
same, knowing them to be sporion.
Sold at the Manufaclorv of Profe-or
Hobowav, 90 Maiden Lane, Nw York, arid
bv all rdspeciable Drugsiis and Dealers in"
Medicine, throughout tne civilized world
in boxes : twenty five cents, sixty Iwo
coots and one dollar each.
fT$r There i consi derable savig by la
king ttie larger sizes.
B Directions for the guidance of pa
t'pnts in every disorder are affixed to each
April 9lh 1862. lv.
the mo-t severe Ba'tie Scene and
of the war now ready (size I8x
per, 4 for
highly colored, n fine card j -a
25 cents, or 25 for Si, po!paid.
published, Ihe OfHcial Uinou
Directory (400 pages), giving
the name ol everv Officer and private m
ihe Union Army,wi'h their commands,
together wi h a large amount of other val
uable information, sent, postpaid, on re-
t t OX . . i 7 n A . . I (Fid IfUila
im better opporltinny
v:. over nf rei .
Address HENRY B. ANSDN, Print Publish
er. kc, 4f) State S'., Boston, Mmss.
Papers copying, paid in the shove.
OF F.UX AM) iviti:r gcops.
'IHE subscriber has just relumed frcm
ihe Cilie with another Urge and eiei l
FAI.Ij & WLTKK (JOOBS,,
pnrchiised ai Philadelphia and New York,
ai ihe lowest figue, and which he is
determined io sell on as moderate terms as
c&n be procured eUewhete in BloomrL.org.
His stock comprises
Ladies' Dress Goods,
ot the choicest styles and latest fashions.
HARDWARE. Q U K C X S W A R E .
CEDAR 'A' ARC, UOLLOW-W AltE.
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, fee, Sec.
In short, everything usually kepi in country
stores; to which he invites the public gener
ally. The highest price will be pad for coun
try produce, in exchange for goods.
STEPHEN I! MILLER.
BJoomsburg, Aug. 26, 1863.
$25$ E3IPLGTMEXT !
AGENTS WANTED !
We will pay from S25 to 75 per month,
and all expenses, to active Agents, or five
a commission. Particulars sent free. Ad
dress Erik Sewing Machine CoMPAftt, R
JAMES, Get era! Agent, Milan, Ohio.
Blooiualuftf, Aug. 21, 1861,
G 11 EAT EX 1 T E Jl T
T the Store of Daniel McHenry, in Still
water, Columbia county.
The underpinned would respectfully in
vite the citizens ol 'Pishing Creek and ihe
Burrounding country, lo bis hire and ex
tensive stock of Goods, jnsi received from
the cities of New York and Philadelphia,
all ol which he will sell cheaper lhai here
lolore. Hie a-sortu;eil coui-i -Is of
llat and Cap, of
the latest fashion, Bools and Shoes of ihe
most approved make; also, a lot of excel
loaether with a good asortmen I ol Ves
ting. Hi store is well fi'led with Goods
ot every description. His
ccf ro rrh r?3 rt. m tt rm
are not surpassed t y Hny Stce in the coun
try. His Hardware Department has not
SCYTHES, RAKES. HOES, SHOVELS
&c, are constantly kept on hand ; 8l-o,
Spikes and Nail ; in si.ort, everything us
ually found in First-Chs Stores.
DANIEL Mc HENRY.
Stillwater. May 14. 163.
51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK;
Since i s organizaiion, has cieted a new
era in the hisior ot
Wholesaling 'l ei In :hl Country.
They have introduced their selections of
TEAS, ard are selling them at r-ot over
TWO CKXTN ( 02 Cents) per pound
Never deviating from the ONE PRICE
noih er peculiarity of the Company i
that their Tea Ta-ter not only devotes
hi lime to the selection ofthcr TEAS a
to quality, value, and particular stjles for
par icuiar iwnnirs ii tnuunv, i-m re
helps the TEA buyer to chcose oil of their
enormous stock such 1 LAS as an best j
aiipietl 1U III j'dllll'U.ai UIII9. HIIU O H I'll- I
thif, but points oui fj him Ihe best Dar- :
Il i easy ti see the incalculable advan
tage a Tea Bu)er has iu tti 6 tstabli-hment
over all other.
Il he is a Judge of Tea or the Market,
if his time is valuable, he has all the brfiie
fi;s of a well organized system of doing
biisines, of an immense capital, of the
judgement ol a Profe-?jonal Tea Taster,
and the knowledge of Mjperior salesmen.
This enables all Tea buyer no matter
if they sre thousands of miles from thi
market to purchase on as good terms here
as ihe New York Merchants.
Parties can order Teas will be served bj
us as well as though they came themselves
being sure to gel original packages,
weigh's and lares; and ihe TEAS
r inttel a represented.
We i-ue a f'nee List of the Company's
Teas, which will le sent o all who order
it ; comprising
SIvsoij. Voims ISybn. Impe
rial, iinptMlcr. Tivankay
OOLONG. SOUCHONG. ORANGE & HY
JAPAN TEA of every de-criplion, col
ored and uucolored.
1 his list has each kind of Te divided into
FOUR Clis-e. namely: CARGO, high
CARGO FINEST, that every one may nn-der-atnd
frcm description and the prices
annexed that the Company are determined
to undersell the whole Tea trade.
We c ii a mieH to sell ALL our Teas at not
over TWO CENTS(,02 Cents) per pound
above co'i, be!ievi.-,g this to be at ractive
to the many who havo heretofore been
pa v in Enormoc Profits.
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
IMPORTERS JSU JOBBER,
No. 5! Yesey S'.reel, Ne.v York.
SJpt. 9. 1863. 3mo.
NEW AlUilVAE OF
S P R I f 4 G AND S U M M E
4 O OB 8!-
AT PETER ENTS STORE!
In Light Ltreet, Columbia county, Per.na
the oi l stam'.
and is now
1 laielv ociMijied by Mrt7. & Eot, a snlen-
! did assortment of MERCHANDIZE, which
wi'.l b sold cheap b r
CASH Oil COUNKY PROHUCK !
His stoc k consists of Ladies Dress Good
choii-ei stes aiul lier-l fastiion.
in-.ADY-M DE CLOTHING
: viuvmii.- .-....w.s.,
COTTON A DES.
Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines. Drn,
Oil, Paints, kc, Boots and Shoe, H-it-and
In short everything c?aal!y kppt in a
The paironage of old friend, and lh
public public generally, is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for conn
try produce. PE1 ER LNT.
Light Sireei. May 7, 1863.
Z) 2 IT 5 IS T a T .
ii. c. noxvi:n,
wr rm t T- 1 T I iT I
- 9 hM'hLri.1 oners nis
s? - pri'iessionui ei v ices io ino
t f ladie & r-enilemenol Blooms-
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
to all the various operations in Pantrstry,
and is provided ut h the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETIj, which will be in
erled on pivot or gold plate, lo look as
well as natural.
Mineral piate and block teeth mannfa'c
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
A superior article of Tooth Powder, al- j
ways on aand. All operations on tneitjcci
Residence and JJiT.ce, a few (Jjrors above
ihe Court House same side.
Bloom sburgog- 19 1858.
Attorney at JiUir
Office on Main Street, Exchange Block.
HOA int MALE or FEMALE Aeeot4
UUU.UUU , pe LLOYD'S new Ste'ij
Plate County colored Map of the United
Stales,- Canada, and New Btunswick.
From recent surveys completed Aug. 10,
1662; cost 20,000 to engrave it and ec
Superior to any S10 Map ever mad by
Colu n or M 'chell, and selU at the low
price of fifty cents, 370.000 i.Miiee are erf
graved on this map.
It is noi only a Coun'v Msp. bnl it i
also a COUNTY ai.u RAILROAD MAP, of
the United Siates and C-nafa combined
m one, giving every RAILROAD STATION
and distances between.
Guarantee any woinan or man $3 to $6
per day, and will take bacK all Map thai
cannot be sold anr refi.nd tne money.
Send lor one c'ollar's worth to try.
Primed instructions now to L'lntkt well
furnished all our Agent.
yvAiMIkU Wholesale Agents lor oor
Map in every Stale, California, Canada,
England, Frat.ce and Cuba A fortune may
be made with a lew hundred dollar capi
tal. No competition. J T. LLOYD,
No 146 Broadway, New York.;
The War Deperimem uses oor Map oj
Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsy Ivania, coal
100. 000, on which is marked Amie'am
Creek, Sharksburif, Maryland Heights
Williamsporl Ferry, Rhorersville, Ndland'
Ford, arid all others on the Pnom0c, and
every other place in Maryland, Virginia,
and Pennsy Ivar.ia. or money- refunded.
LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
Kentucky, (Ihio, JoCiana, and Illinois, is
the only auihuri-y for Gen. Buell and the
War Department. Money refunded to auy
tine Ouding an error in it. Price 50 cts.
Fram the Tribune Aug. 2.
"Lloyd's Map of Virginia, Maryland, and
Petins) Ivania. This map is very large its
cosi is but i:5 ceuts, and it is the Lett xchitk
car, be purchise I
LLOYD'S Great Map of ihe MISSISSIPPI
RIVER From. Actual Surveys by Capta.
Ban and Wm. Bowen, Alisfcissippi River
Pilots, of St. Lo;ii, Missouri, bhowi every
man's plantation a"d owi pr'j name from
5t. Louis to the Gull of Mexico 1,350
miles every sand bar, island, town, land
ing, and all place 20 miles back from the
River colored in counties and S ales.
Price, S I m sheets. S2, pockei form, acd
52 50 onhr.cn, with rollers. Ready, Sept.
Navy Department, Washington,)
September I7ih, 1862. J
J T. LLOYD Sir: S?nd me your Map of
the Mississippi River, with price per hon
dred copies. Rsad Admiral Cnarles H.
Davi. commanding the Mississippi squad-
ron is auuionze ! to pnrctiase as many at
are required foi use of that sauadron.
GIDEON WELLES, Sec. of Navy.
October 8, 1S.
IVew Goods, IVeit Goods!
IOU TUB IIJiLIO.
Just Received nt L. T. Sharpies Cheap
Cash Store at the old Stand formerlg
occupied by L. Ii. Rupert,
Calicoes, Mus;,H, from 18 cts. up.
C3- rr ce cs? a Q. c& 53
Syrups from 50 lo 8t) c's. per gallon.
Q ieensware reaonably low. Boot, Shoes,
arid Gum for m?n, women and children
at the lo ve-t prices Hooa Skins and La
die BaimoraU in abundance.
New Mackerel, retail and by the pack
a2. Having bought for cash he intends rj
throw o'il such inducements ta those who
buy lor cash, as can not oe surpassed.
IW Wanted, grain, seeds of all kind",
Dried fruits, onions, rags fco &'., for which
iha highest markei price will t- paid.
fTS Give him a call and examine hit
jjrrJs before baying;.
L. T. SHARPLESS.
BioomFbnrg, Sept. 30, 1363.
'I'he snb-ribjr, proprietor of the tbove
named extensile eiablihmeri!, is now
prepared to receive orders for all kind o
machir.ery , for COLLERI ES BLAST FUR
N AC ES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
TH RUSH IMG MACHINES, &c, &c.
He is also prepared to make S oves, all
size and pattern, Plovv-i'ons, and every
thing usually ma le in riri-class Foundries
Hi eianive facil.ties and practical
workman, wairant Mm
larje.-t contracts on the
in receiving the
Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for casing.
fcT Thi esitblishrhefit i located near
' ii I RjiirftiH r jnol
Bloom-burg, Sep:. 9, 1&63.
$150 BEST PIA.V0S. $150
GROVES TEEN & HALE, having re
moved to their nrfw warerooms,
1TC. :7$ 2?.0A7r.T,
are row pre, ared to offer the public a mag
ft i lii-s 1 1 1 new scale full
7 Octave ESoscirooci Piano;
containing all improvements known in thia
C'luntry or Pnrope, over-strung basj
French grand action, harp pedal, full irort
War rallied for 5 Years.
Rich moulding ca-e.
$175 TO $200,
all warranted made of Ihe best seasoned
material, and to ftait I belter than any aold
(or S400 or 500n by ihe old methods of
manufacture. We'invi-e the best Judge
to ex-iuii'.e and try these new instruments;
and yve stand ready at all times to testiheni
j iih any others manufactured ia this coun-
'y' GRCTESTEEX k IIlLE.
-178 KroaiUvay, Sew York
- June 4 h 1S62. 3 a
MSS0LCTI0N-OF PARTS ERSII IP.
fMlE partnership heretofore existing be
twee:i C. W. McKelwj ar.d J; S Mc
Ninc'i, in th ma in: fact ere of paper at
Mills, r.nder ihe firm of C. W.
Mi K-l.y k Co., is this day dusolved by
in v.u con -etit.
The bnsine.s of the late firm will be et
iled bv C. W. Keivy, at Caiiawissa Mill.
J C. W. McKELVY.
THE undersigned, tiaving purchased the
interen ol J- S. McNinch, in the late firm
nf C. VV. McKelvy & Co., would inform bie
friend that he will continue the manufac
ture of paper, and purchase Rag, as here
lofcre, and solicit. continuation of the
oaTOiiaiie so liberally bes'owed on ihe lata
firm. C. W. McKELVY.
Cattawisa MRds, Oct 7, 1893.
EDWR-vD B. SNIDER,
Oencrat Conitni-ion ITIer
chaiit. Bloomsburg, Co'ombia coonty Pa.
Paricular attention eiven to Pateat njht,
Spt. 2, 1883. 3mc.