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STAR OF THE NORTH
W E DNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 1 8, 1863.
Gin. Meadi is on a visit at Washington
city,; according; to the latest accounts. ?
Hit is worth twen ty-eight dollar? a tun
in Cincinnati. In this riace it is worth
abbot fifteen collars' rcr tun. "
" The Berwick Gazelle eays me Baptist Con
gregation of tt at place are holding a eerie
of meetings. t ',. , ..' '
Ma. Jsssb Ho3encrntz. of Slocura iwp.,
Luzerne connty, killed two . Deer at one
hot, while obt boating in that neighbor
bood, not long srnce. .
-Thire's good time corning when tho
vc&'es will fall from the eyes of the people,
-and the money changers will be driven
Irora the temple cf freedom. ,
Flcnderirq Burnsides ha? just . been de
feated in East Tennessee his two advanced
positions taken and about r,000 of his me n
ma Je prisonets. His resignation has been
Jtdgk Woodward becomes Chief Justice
of Pennsylvania in lieo of Judge Lowrie
"Tbi Abolitionists will find Woodward more
in tbeir way than ever before, when they
undertake to lorce unconstitutional meas
ures upon the people ol Pennsylvania.
Thb "Uniou Leaguer," ol this place,
were addressed by Rev. David C. John, on
Friday evening last, in the Court House.
"We leara that the audience was small, and
rot one of them volunteered under the late
call of the Governor.
The Teach rs' Association of Columbia
county had a meeting in the Arademy at
this place, Saturday last. The attendance
. was tolerably good. We have not jet re
ceived the minutes, for publication. - We
may be able to give them in our next.
J D. Rice, of Light Street, has taken out
a license as a Public Auctioneer, lie is an
experienced band, and would most respect
fully solicit a share ol the public custom in
the auctioneering line, See card in this
Wanted, on Scbscbiption, at this Oftice,
Wheat, Corn, Rye, Odis, Buckwheat, and
grain of all kinds. Also, corn in the ear,
-good winter apples, potatoes, butter, lard,
ani produce of roost all kinds. Money
W notice by the Danville papers that,
Da. Isaac Pokssll, late Lieut. & Q M. of
the 178th Nnie Mon's Pa. Reg't, has re
st med the "practice ol medicine in mat
place. He underbiands the properties ol
medicine weii, besides enjoys coteidrab!e
reparation aa a skillful Surgeon.
r In another column of to-day's paper will
be Ion-ad the Prospectus of the New York
Day-Book for 1864. -This journal is one of
ihu most ably conducted papers in the
United Stale?, and in fact is almost the only
paper we hare that deals Democratically on
the negro question. It is just the paper for
The Bam.fr County. Pika county at
the recent election was the banner county.
The "woolyheads"1 had but 70 vo:e, and
the Democrats 1,184, being a little more
than four to one- Monroe count comes
next, in which the Democrats had 2,712 to
65 4 abolition. '
'The officers of the Insane Asylum of
Pennsylvania, threatened '., to. ' discharge
every one of the employees in that Institu
tion, who did not vote for Curtin. The
Democrats ire indignant; they may be,
but they onglit not to be surprised, for an
Insane Asylum is jost the place where they
ought to expuci voles for Curtin.
Dictator : The Prisident has caused an
order to be read to the Army, threatening
Vie soldier with the severest punishment
for speaking disrespectfully of him. When
the great Ceesar declared himself Dictator,
in Rome, ha did not take 6uch precaution
as this. -American Volunteer.
PaisTisG VivtR has advanced nearly fifty
jvsr cent within the last sixty days. This
:ad the advance in other materials and la
bor bears beivily upon Publishers. The
require all lie money dne them, and their
patrons will do a kindly act by seeing that
th eir bills for subscription and jobbing are
promptly paid. We have a large, amount
outstanding and will thank our friends who
coma to our relief. Who will be first 1
Advertisikq, Every individual reads
the papers now a day s. A good advertise
ment is like taking every man and woman
in aociety by the vest button-hole or arm,
asd privately whispering to them important
matters.. Oar merchants begin now to rea
alize the fact, that advertising is the true
node of business men. -See advertisements
of merchants and others in this issue.
, , William Lamor, Esq., of Briercreek town
ship, finished his term of office, asaCoon
tr Commissioner, on Sainrday, the 7th inst.
He served t is term of three years to the
entire satisfaction of the people ol Colum
bia conaty.: He made a most captial coun
ty officer, qualified in every particalar
and retires from public position with the
entire confidence of his constituents.
; Thomas J. Vakeessljce, of Hemlock, was
duly installed in oSee, a3 a County Com
missioner, an the 7th iast. Mr. Vanderslice
rseived ihs Democratic nomination, with
oot opposition, and was elected, as was the
bola codnty Ticket, without even the
shadow of li political ticket in opposition.
flew ill make a good ofHcer. The.people
niay rest assured of having elected to of5ce
a carefel gaardiaa of county aflairs.
We Crud on examining our last file of the
Stab that, it is short' three numbers, viz:
Vol. 14 No. 25 : No 39, and No. 42; all the
same volume. Some one has hfied them
in our absence, and we put if down as be
ing an act of a tJvery small man." Who
woold be guilty of stealing a Printer's file
papers 1 We will pay . a fair price to any
person who will furnish us With the three
a embers above mentioned. ;
McClillas Papers. The following in
fluential Democratic Journals are support
ing McClellan for President in . 1864, with
his name -already at the head of tbeir col
Allentown Democrat, Carlisle Volunteer,
ClaTion Democrat, Northumberland County
Democrlt, Fort Wayne (Ind.) Times, Col
ombia Democrat, Star of the North, besides
a host of others. "With McClellan as our
leader," we are sure to be victorious. He
is all that is required a statesman, scholar,
soldier and a christian. A man the people
love, because they know' lim to be a pure
patriot, and an honest man.
Counterfeit Fiftt Cent Notes Many
persons do not know the counterfeit fifty
cent postaf currency from the genuine.
There are marks on the spurious that,' il
observed, will at once show the counterfeit.
On the counterfeit the final '"E" in the
words "U. S. Postage," over the head of
Wahiug'on. is dropped, and the first letter
''S" in the wo'id . 'Treasurer's" extends
higher op than the other letters. Another
test is that in the spurious the Y" in the
word "Depository" does not touch the border-on
the back of note. Attention to these
directions will prevent persons being im
pose J upon by the counterfeit.
We are pleased to learn of the honorable
promotion of our young friend Thomas S.
DoiEiR.io a First Lieutenancy in the regu
lar United Stares Army. Lieut. D., is the
youngest sop of our former ' townsman.
Charles II . Doebler, Esq , of Williamsport,
Pa. This merit of honor to a brave and
gallant soldier, will be received with satis
faction by Lieut. Doebler's numerous friends
in Columbia county. Democrat.
Ora friend, W. Wirt, Esq , having been
engaged for the better part of a year in fight
ing for '"the Union as it was, and the Con
stitution as it i,"has opened an office in
Mr. A. J. Sloan's building, opposite the
Coort Honse, where he can at all times te
found, prepared to attend Jo any thing in
the line of his profession. Persons having
exemption papers to prepare will do well
to call on him, as, after bis experience in
the army, he knows lo some extent how
the thing is done. Success to him. Demo,
The miners employed by the Broad Top
Coal Company, in Pennsylvania, are on a
strike for higher wages Scr anion Regis
ter. The honse'of A'lred Pitt, Providence,
was entered on Tuesday evening of fast
week, and som S300 taken therefrom. No
trace of the burglars has been obtained.
The Philadelphia As.e thinks Mr. Lincoln
seems bent upon accomplishing two things
to make alt our money green and every
thing else bine.
A kfgro with a white wife, living at
Acquackanonk, New Jersey, was arreand
feathered last week, by indignant neigh
bors, and the amalgamated couple ordered
to leave the pUce. v
Si it auinst Ma. Cameron A suit
against ihe Hon. Simon Cameron, for, alleg
ed illeoal arrests and imprisonment at Fort
I-afayette while he was Secretary of War,
will come on for trial at Baltimore in a few
FOR DECEMBER TERil, 1863..
Briarcreek A!oses Davis, John II. Smith
Fishincreek James EJar, Geo. Mc
Brid. Hemlock Mathias Apptaman.
Ji'-kson John McHenry, Thomas W.
Locnt Henrv Fisher, William Miller,
Mifflin John Snyder,' Samuel Snyder.
Mount Pleasant Aaron Kester, Jr., John
Maine Solomon Shaman, John Har
mony. Madison Perry Christian, Phioeas Wei
OrangeAaro:i R. Patterson, Cornelius
Sos.ar!oa Joseph O. Hess, Andrew Hess
Scott John Shuman.
FOR DECEMBER TERM, 1863.
Bloom Ansjnstns Mason, Stephen Knorr.
Beaver Samuel - Fishery Elia Miller,
Briarcreek Evan D. Adams
Benton Peter Applemao John O. Di!
Cenire Daniel Bower, George Hess,
Peter Miller, Aaron Kelchner.
Ca tawissa Jo-eph Martz, Clinton Mar
Fishingcreek Daniel McHenry, Benj.
Greenwood Sylvester Albertson. John
Hemlock Amos Hartman.
Jackson John Savage.
Madion Robert Fruit, Wrr. Caroahan,
Maine John Nnss.
Mfflin Lawrence Walters, Stephen Die
erick. - . , : .-. - - -
Mt Pleasant---Wm. J. Ikeler, William
Howell. , . t , ....
Orange -David Herring, John Pettebone,
Jese Brumstetler. " ' ' ;
Pine Francis Hunter, Valentine Win
torsteen, Henry Richart.
SosarlOaf James Hess.
Attorney at Iair
Office on Main Street, Exchange Block.
E. II. -LITTLE.
Office in Court Alley ; formerly ooenpied by
, . v : Charles R. BockaIew
December 28, 1859.-tfi- ?
SCHOLARSHIP FOR-SALE. I
Binghhmiin " . " '
Crittenden's " "Philadelphia,
, Strat'on', Bryant & Co.; " "
These Scrips, are in amounts of 815 and
$50 and are as so much cash, by the Stu
dent on entering either of the above Col
lees. Young men dfilring lo obtain a
finished Collegiate Education, will here
find a good speculation by applying at the
office of the STAR OF THE NORTH.
Bloomsbnrg, Nov. 4, 1863.
Estate of Daniel Leoan, fate of Jloar
' ingcreek iwp., Columbia co., dee'd.
1ETTEUS of administration on the estate
of Daniel Lpvan, late of Roaringcreek
township, Columbia co'.inty,drti'eaed, have
been granted by the Rtiistflr of Columbia
county, lo John Ivan of Roaringcreek lp ,
and William Goodman of Locust iwp, in
aid county. All persons having claims
againsi the etai of the decedent ars re
quested to present them to the administra
tor for settlement without delay, and all
thot-e indebted to the es-tate to make pay
ment forthwith. lo ih administrator.
JOHN LKVAN. ) a,w,.
W1LLAIM GOODMAN j Aflm r8'
Roaringcreek, Nov. 1 1, 1863. S2.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE-
TN pursuance of an oner of the Orphan'
- Court ol Columbia County, on SATUR
DAY, TH E 28 TH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
1863, at 10 o'clock in lht forenoon, Peter
Em, Administrator of Alem Marr, late of
Scott township, in said county, deo'd, will
expose lo sale by punlio vendue, on the
premises, a certain
Tract of Land,
Situate in Scott township, o said county,
beginning at the north cornpr of Caleb Bar
ton's Farm, bein4 on the north &3,
line of purpart No. I, and lying SB?
Eal of Caleb Barton and Elias J'
Krum, and adjoining John Robi- sfeasb
on on the South, and Harmon Kline and
Jacob Keller on the east, and containing
Fifty Seven Jlcrcs,
and Tweitty j-errhes, strict measure, late
the estate of said deceased, situate in the
township ol Scott am! county aforesaid.
JACOB KYKRLY. Cl'k O. C
TRRMS, One lourth ol the purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of rale,
and balance in one jear from confirmcilion,
with interest from confirmation, by the
PF.TKR ENT. Adm'r.
November 11, 1863 6m.
iEW YORK Ffi DEPOT-
71 ffViam Street, Nno York.
Size and Prices of lAtlie Fire-Proof
O U T I I) E:
Height. Width. Depth.
No. 1 24 20 20
No. 2 26 - 22 24
No. 3 30 24 24
No. 4 32 23 24
No. 5 34 s 31 24
No. 6 40 31 . 24
Utikhl. Width. Depth
No 1 17 31 12
No. 2 I9i 13i' 12
No 3 21 15 12
No. 4 22 18 13
No. 5 24 21 14
No. 6 31 21 15
Number 1 S50 M) Nnmber 4 J8i 00
do 2 60 00 I do 5 100 00
do 3 70 00 I do 6 1 15 00
November 1 1, 1863.
OHft Hon MORE MEN WANTED.
OUU,VJUU TO q ELL ue BEL LION!
REVOLUTION L HIGH PRICES!
XEW AK1UVAL OF
VXlslt & WiAlR noous.
- AT PETER ENT'S STORE I Nf
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
FTAS just received from the eaterr citie
and is now opening at Ihe old stand
a splendid assortment ol
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE!
His stock consists of Ladies Dress Goods,
choicest styles and latest fashions.
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS, &C;
COTTON A DES,
BC0TS AXD SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of his old friends, and
the public generally, is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Nov. 11, 1863.
CAME to ihe premises of ih9 subscriber,
in Benton township, Columbia County,
on Monday night October lQih inst. a
LA HUE DA 11 si. HAY ffJCi-L,
left hind foot while, a roan spot
Vi on the forehead, a white siripe
between the nostrils, judged lo
be about nine years old. The ovrner or
owners are requested Id come lorward,
prove properly, pay charges and tike him
away, of he will be disposed of according
lo law. JOHN W; KLINE.
Demon twp., Oct. 23, 1863. 3w.
C LOTH IN G S TOil E,
Oa Main street, Iwodoorsabovethe'Amer
ican Hotel.' . "
S 11 1; RIFF S S AIS.
BY virtue of several writs of alias vendi
tioni exponas, to roe directed, issued out
of the Court of Common Pleas of Colum
bia County, Pa., will be exposed to public
sale, at the Court House in Bloomsbnrs, on
MONDAY THE 7TH DAY OF DECEM
BER, 1863, at mid o'clock ir. the afternoon,
the following reaf estate, viz:
A LL that certain lot of ground situate in
Locust township, County of Columbia,
bounded and described as follows to wit :
On the South west by a public road, leaJ
ing from Cattawissa to Poiuville ; On the
north west by a lot of John MenM-h ; On
the north east and south east ty la,ds of
Jacob Yeager, containing sixty feel, in
breadth, and one hundred and sixty feet in
depth, whereupon arn erected a yrT7?L
Two S'orv Frame y$? 1
a fratre Shoemaker Shop, a&c2J
FRAME STABLE, and other out-buihliugs
wiih ihe appurtenances.
Seized, laken in execution and torbe
sola as the properly ol Hamilton Fisher.
ALL that certain lot of ground situate in
Bnan reek township, Columbia County ;
more or less, bounded and described as
follows to uit : On ihe weet by the main
road, on the north by a bnblic road, on the
east and sooth by lands of Reuben Miller,
whereon are erected a uoo
FRAME DWELLING IICUSE,
and Stable, aril a large TANNERY, all
under roof ar;d enclosed, with running
waier in the buildinj, with the appurtenan
Seized,! aken in execution and to be sold
as ihe properly of Henry Trauah.
JOSMH H. FURMAN, Sheriff.
. 11, '6S. j
C1cmoii s Uferary
Jin Elegant, Moral, and Refined Mis
cellaneous Family Journal.
A PAPER FOR 1 HE MILLION,
Atd a welcome visitor lo the home cir
cle. It contains the foreign and domestic
news of the day, and presents the greatest
amount of intelligence.
THIS MAMMOTH WEEKLY
Is prilned on fine while paper, with new
ai d Deautiful type, and is a large weekly
paper of sixteen octavo pages.
An unrivalled corps of contributors are
under regular engagements, and every de
partnent is placed on the most fitmhed
and perfect sysiem that experience can de
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lustrated. TERMS. S2 00 per annum. Invariably
For sale at all Periodical Depols in the
Published every Saturday, comer of Tre
moni and Bromfield stieets, Boiton, Mas
sacfiuet;s, by F. GLEASON.
Nov. 11, 1863.
TliL S1XGEU SE1FIXG JIACU1XES.
UR Letter A Farn.ly Sewing Machine is
-Mast iraining a world-wide reputation. It
is beyond doubt the bt and cheap-st ancl
mo-t beautiful of all Family !ewing Ma
chines yet offered to the public. No other
Famny Sewing Machine has so many use
frI appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tucking, Gathering, Goams, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, ami so forth. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity lor a great variety of work. It will
sew atl kinds ot cl h, and with all kinds of
thread. Great and recent improvements
nake our Family Sewing Mnchine incst
reliable and most durable, and most cer
tain in action at all rates of .speed. I',
makes ihe intsrlocked stitch, which is the
bes-t stitch known. Any one, even of the
most ordinary capacity, can see, at a gUnce
how to ue the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are finished in chaste and exquisite st) le.
The Folding Ca-e of the Family Ma
chine is a piece of cunning workmanrdiip
of lt,e must useful kind. Il protects the ma
cniriu when not in use, and when about to
be operated may ba opened as a spaciom
and substantial Uble to sustain the work.
While some of the Cae, made out of the
choicest woods, are fini-hed in the sin
plewt aid chasvsi manner possible, other
are adorned and ernbelihed in the most
co-lly and superb manner.
Il is absolutely necessary to see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to judge of
its reat capacity and beauly.
It is fa! becoming as popular for family
sewing a our Manufacturing machines are
lor manufacturing purposes.
Tne Hunch Offices are well supplied with
silk tw ist, ihr.ad, needle, oil, etc., of the
very be.-t quality.
Send for a Pamphlf".
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
- 458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. 810 Chestnut St.
N. S. Tmgley, Agent, in Epy, Pa.
John Sharpies, Agent, in CaluwUsa.
Nov. 11, 1863.
4 LL persons indebted to the late firm
3 Idler If Eyrr, Merchants in Bloori
burg, are hereby notified, that the Books,
Notes and Accounts of said firm are in the
S:ore for collcion. and must be settled
by the first of October, without respeel to
MILLER & EYER.
Bloomsburg, August 26, 1863.
VyilEREAS the Honorable William El
" " well, President Judge of the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
and Court of Common Pieas and Orphans'
Court, in the 26th Judicial District, compos
ed of the couniiesof Columbia, Sullivan and
Wyoming, and (he Hons. Stephen Baldy and
John McKeynolds, Associate Judges, ol Co
lumbia co., have issued their precept, bear
ing date one thousand eight hundred and
sixty three, and to me directed for holding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphar s' Coort, in Blooms
borg, in the county of Columbia, on Ihe first
Monday, bein- the 7th day of Dec'ber next
and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables ol the
said County of Columbia, that they be ihen
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon ol 6aid day, with their
records, inquisitions and other remembran
res to do those (Dings which to their office'
appertain lo be done. And these that are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute against
ihe prisoners that Ire or may be in the Jail
of said county ot CDlumbia, to be then and
Ibere to prosecute then as hall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, agreeably to their notice, dated
at Bloomsburg ihe 74h day of Nov'br, in the
year ofour Lord one thousand eight hundred
a.id iv.thrert audio the eic htv-eighth year
of the IndeDendehce of the United States of
America." (God save the Commonwealth.)
JOSIAH II. FURMAN,
Sheriff's Office, - Sheriff.
: Bloormbor;, Nv. It 1862. J
READING RAIL ROAD.
GREAT Trunk line from the North and
North-west for : Philadelphia, New
York, Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allen
town, Easton, &c, &c.
Trains leave. Harrisbnrg for Philadelphia
New York', Readina, Potlsvtlle, and all in
termediate Stations, at 8 a. m. and 1.40 p. M
New York Express leaves HarrUburg at
1.25 A. M. airiving at New York at 8.25 the
Fares irom Harrisbnrg: to New York
$5 00, lo Philadelphia $3,25 and $2,70.
BaiiUfge checked through.
Returning leaw New York at 6 A. M. l2
Noon, and 8 P. M. (Pittoburgh Expre-s.)
Leave Philadelphia at 8 A. M. and 3.15 P,
Sleeping rirs in the New York Exprers
Trains,, through to and from Pittsburgh
Paseners by the CaltawUsa Rail Road
leave Port Clinton at 4.45 A. M. lor Phila
delphia and all intermetlia'e Stations, 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,
arid ai 5.30 P. M. for Auburn and Port
Clinton only, connecting for Pine Grove
and with ttie Cattawissa Rail Road.
An accomodation Passenger train leaves
Reading at 6 A. M. and returns Irom Phila
delphia at 5 P. M.
IhP All ihethe above Itains run daily,
A Sunday irain leavps Pottsville at 7.30
A. M. and Philadelphia at 3.i5 P. M.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, and Ex
cursion Tickets, at reduced rates to and
Irom all points.
G. A. NICuLLS,
June 4 h 863.
JYcw Stock of Clotting.
FALL 56 WINTER GOODS.
INVITES Ht'ention to his stock of cheap
and lashionable Clothing at his Store, on
MJUN STREET, HLOOMSBURG,
two doors above the Jhntrican House,
where he has jaf-t received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full asortment of
TUlcn and Boy's Clothing,
including ihe most fahionab!e, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
Box, Hack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Couis, and Pants,
of alt sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already "large tock of Fall
and Winter Shawls; striped, fi2u:ed and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, Mock, collars,
handkerchiefs, g!oves, suspenders and fancy
N B He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Cloths and
Vesting, which he is prepared to make op
to order, into any kind of clothing on very
short notice 8rid in the best of manner.
All his olothfng is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
A N D
Ol every Description, Fine and Cheap.
Hi Ca?e of Jewelry is not rpas-ed in ihis
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Clothing, Watches, Jewelry,
&c &c. DAVID LOW EN BERG.
Bloomsbnrg, Aug. 26. 1RR3.
THE NEW GROCERY STOUE
Just received at Erasmus'' New Store.
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a great variety of notions
&c , too pumeron to mention.
n?" Butter, Eggs, Meat anil produce gen
erally taken in exchange for ood.
A. B. ERASMUS.
Bloomsbnrg. Nov. 4. 163
In the Orphans' Court for the County nf Col
im.fcjfi, E"t"te ff Solomon Swank, late nf lie
vcr toiciihip. dte'd.
f?A. persons it.tere-ted will take notice, :
thai the undersigned appointed Auditor
by the Orphans1 Court of the county ot Col- :
umhia. on excenlion filed lo the account j
of Tilmon Riitenhone, and Reuben Swank
I adminisiralor of Solomon Swank, def'd., !
will meet the parties intere-ted at the Re- ;
corder'- Office, iti B!oomh:.rg, on Tr.ur--
day, 26th of November, 1863, for ihe pnr- ,
po-e of his apoointment when and where i
all parties inleiested are requested lo at-
tend if they think proper.
WESLY WIRT, Auditor. I
nioom'bnrg, Oct. 28 , 186341 52. !
In the Orphan's Court fur the County of Col-
vm'ia, Estate of George Hartman, late of .
Benton township, died.
ALL persons interested will lake notice,
that the undersigned, appointed Auditor
by the Orphans' Court of Columbia county,
to settle -and adjust the rales and propor
tions of the balance or a-els in tne hands
of George M Hariman, Executor of George
Hartman, deceaied, to and among ihe re
spective creditor of the deceased, accord
ing to the order f statdished ry law, win
met the parties interested at Robert F.
Clark's office, in Bloomsburg on Tuesday
Ihe 24th of November, 1863, lor the pur -
noses of hi appointment, when and where
all parties intereijed are requesled lo pre
sent their claims, or be debarred from
coming in for a share of such assets.
ROBERT F. CLARK', Auditor.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 28, 1863 4i2.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
ri'HE partnership heretofore existing be-
tween C. W. McKelvy and J. S- Mc
Nmch, in in- manufacture of paper a'
Catawisa Mills, under the firm of C. W.
McKeUy & Co., is this 'day dissolved by
The busines of the late firm will be set
tled by C. W. Kelvy, at Cattawissa Mills.
C. W. McKELVY.
THE undersigned, having purchased the
interest of J. S. McNinch, in Ihe late firm
of C. W. McKelw & Co.. would inform his
friends thai he will continue he manufac
ture of paper, and purchase Rags, as here
tofore, and solicits a continuation of the
patronage so liberally bestowed on the late
firm. C. W. McKELVY.
Cattawissa Mills, Oct 7, 1893.
(JUAL OIL.. Ardesco Coal Oil lor sale,
12 cts. per quart, by
JOHN K. GIRTON.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 26, 18a.
TERRIBLE MM LOSUltES
Secrets For Ihe ilZillou !
moM valuable, and wonderlul puMi-
caiton. A work ot 400 pages, nt
30 colored engravings. DR. HUNTER'S
VADEMSCUM, an orisinal and popular
treatise on Man and Wcman, tSoir Phys
iology, Functions, and Sexual disorders of
every kind, with Never-Failing Remedies
for their speedy cure. The prac'ice of
Dr. HUNTER has long been, and still is,
unbounded, but at th earnest solicitation
numterons persons, lie has been induced
to extend his medical usefulness . through
the medium of hi "VADEMECUM." It
is a volume that should be in trie hands bl
every family in the land, as a preventive of
secret vices, or as a gnule for the allevia
tion of one of the most awful and deMrnc
live scourges ever visited mankind. One
copy, -eourelv enveloped, will be forwar
ded free of po-tage to any part of the Uni
ted States for 50 cents in P. O. stamps, 3
copies for SI. Address, pot paid, Dl.
HUNTER, No 3 Division Street, New
Sept. 9. 1863.
Importantto House Owners.
I.nporiant to Builders.
Important lo Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmers.
To all whom this may concern, and it cor.cnttr
JOIIXS 4- CROSSLt'S
IMPROVED GUITA PERCH A.
The Cheapest and most duble Rooflit
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF
It can be applied to New and Old Roofs of
All kinds, steep or flat, and to Shingle
Roofs without removing the Shingles.
THE COST IS ONLY A FOUT ONE-THIRD
TH AT OF TIN, AND IT IS TWICE
Thi article has been thorougly tested in
New York City ami all parts of ihe United
States, Canada, Wesi Indies and Central
and South America, on Buildings of all
kinds, snch s Factories, FoundriesChurch
es. Rail Road Depot, Cars, and on Public
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has proved to be the CHEAPEST and
MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use; it is
in every respect a fiire, water, weather and
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7hi is the ONLY material manufactured in
the United Slates which combine ihe very
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end when finished form a perfectly Fi-e
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cannot be injured oy Heat, Cold or Storms,
Shriii king of Roof Boards, nor any external
aoli on wtia'evor.
LIQUID CUTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
For Coating Metals ol all Kinds when ex
posed to the action of the Weaiherand
For Preserving and Repairing Metal
Roofs of all Kind$,.
This is the only Composition Known
which will successfully resict extreme
changes of climate, for any lengih of time,
when applied to metals, to which it adheres
firmly, forming a body equal io three coats
of nrdhiarv paint, cots much les. and will
LAST IHREE TIMES AS LONG ; and
from its elasticity i not injured by the con
traction ol TIN and other METAL ROOFS,
coti-equeut upon sudden changes of the
It will not CRACK IX COLD OR RUN
IN WARM W EATHER AND WILL NOT
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readily repaired with GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from further cor
rosion aniv leaking, thereby ensuring a per
feeily water light Roof for many year.
Tnis Cement is peculiarly adapted f-r the
preservation of Iron Railing. Stoves, Ran
ges. Sales, Agricultural Implement, wc,
j aUo tor general manufacturers U'-e
GUTTA PERCIM CEMENT
I Fyr preserving anil repairing Tin and other
j Metiil Rnols or every description, from i;s
' great ela-t icily, is not injured by the con
j traction and expansion ol Metals, anr1 will
' not crack in cold or run in v arm weather.
These material are adapted lo all cli
i ma cs, and we are prepared to supply or
i der Irom any pari of Hie country, at short
i no-.ce, for GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING in
: rolls, realy prepared for ue, and GUTTA
PERCHA CEMHNT in barrels, wi;h full
! printed directions tor application.
We will mr.kclihernl and satifuclory arrange
ment vith renn!i!e p'litiet who xcmdd i'ke lo
etatdnh Ihemscines ina Lucrative and Perma-
; (je(1, t)U.
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant prool of allwe
claim in favor of our improved Roofing
Materials, have applied them to several
thousand Roofs in New York C':iv and vi
cinity. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 IVilliam St.,
Corner ol Liberty Street. - NEW YORK.
Foil descriptive Circulars and Prices will
be fjrni-hed on application.
October 16, 1861. ly.
OF FALL AXD WINTER GG0HS.
flMIE subscriber ha just relumed from
- the Cities with another large and select
faix & u imei: coons,
1 onr.has,i a, philadelohia snd New York.
' ' .
at the l we?t future, and which he is
determined to sell on as moderate terms as
can be procured elsewhere in Blocmtbarg.
His stock comprises
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of the choicest styles and latet fashions.
Ci 12 ce cs ce a a G3a
1 1 A R I) W A R K. QUEENS W A R E.
CEDAR WARE, UOLEOW-WARE,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c-, Sec.
In short, everything usually kept in country
stores; to which he invites the public gener
ally. The highest prico will be paid forcouH
Iry produce, in exchanae for goods.
STEPHEN H MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 26, 1853.
We will pay from S25 to 115 per month,
and all expenses, lo active Ageut, or give
a commission. Particulars sent free. Ad
dress Eats Sewing Machikb Company, R
JAMES, Gei eral Agent, Milan, Ohio.
Blooiuslurg, Aug. 21, 1861.
fTThe snbsribir, proprietor of,(tle bove
-- named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive nrders for all kinds of
machinery, for COLLERIES BLAST FUR
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILL?
THRESH IMG MACHINES. &e, &c.
He is also prepared to make S oves, alt
sizes and patterns, PInw-iioiis, aid every
thing usually made in rirt-cla-s Foundries
His extansive facilities and prxctica)
workman, warrant him in receiiig the
largest contracts on the uic.si reasonable
t" Grain of all kinds will be taken iu
exchange for castings.
P5T This elablihment i located near
'he Lackawanna Railroad D -pot. .
Bloomsbnrg, Sept. 9, 1863. . t
(ind Hon MALE or FFJIaXe Aaenn
UUUjVfUU lo 8en LLOYD'S new Steel
Plate County colored Mp of (he United
States, Canada, and New Brunswick
From reoeril surveys completed An?. 1
1862; cost S20,000 to engrave il and en
Superior to any S10 Map ever bS'ce by
Colion or M ichell, and sell at the low
price of fifiy cents, 370,000 ntnies ?e en
graved on this map.
Il is iot only a Coun'v Map, but it is
also a COUN IT and RAILROAD MAP, of
ihe United Siates and Cfciiada combined
in one, giving every KAILIiUAU ol A I lUiv
and 'i.tnres between.
Guarantee any woman or man $3 to SI
per day, and will lake back all Map that
cannot be sold and refund the money.
Send for one dollar's worth to try.
Printed itn-lructions how to Canvass w4!
furnished all oor Agent".
WANTED Wholesale Agent for on
Map in every State, California, Canada.
tMigiann, r ranee anu cnoa a lorone may
be made with a few hundred dollar capi
tat. No competition. J T. LLOYD,
No 146 Broad ay,. Ntw York.
The War Department uses our Map oj
Virginia; Maryland, and Penr si Uania, cost
100. 000, on which is marked Antietam
Creek, Sharksburg, Mar) land Heights,
Williamsporl Ferry, Rhorersville, Noland's
Ford, and all others on the Pojomac, and
every other place in Maryland. Virginia,
and Pennsylvania, or mortev refunded.
LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
Kentucky. Ohio, InCiana, and Illinois, is
the only authority for Gen. Boell and the
War Department. Money refunded to any
one Ouding an error in il. Price 50 cts.
From Ihe Tnlune Ag. 2.
"Lloyd's Map of Virsinia. Maryland, and
Pennsylvania. This map is verv !aT2e ils
cosi is but 25 cenls, and il is the led which
car, be purchanei.
LLOYD'S Great Map of the MISSISSIPPI
RIVER From Actual Surveys by Cspts.
j Bart and Wm. Bowen, Misisippi River
Pilots, or m. Louis, Missouri, showr every
man's plantation and owrpr's name from
St. Louis lo the Gulf of Mexico 1,350
miles every sand bar, i-l ind, town, land
ing, and all places 20 mile back from the
River colored in counties and S;ates.
Price, SI in sheets. S2, pocket form, and
52 50 on linen, with rollers. Ready, Sept:
Navy Department, Washington,
September 17th, 1862. ) .
J. T. LLOYD Sir: Send me your Map of
the Mississippi River, with price per hun
dred copies. Read Admiral Cnarles H.
Davis, commanding the Mississippi squad
ron is authorized lo purchase a many as
are required loi ne of that squadron.
GIDEON WELLE5, Sse. of Navy.
October 8, 1862.
150 BEST PIANOS. 130
GROVESTEEN & HALE, having re
moved to their new warerooms,
1T0. 47D B?-0A7rAT,
are now prepared to offer lite public a mag
n ficeni new scale full
7 Octave KosciVood Piano,
containing all improvement known inthi
country or Europe, over-strung bas,
French grand action, harp pedal, full irou
Warranted for 5 Years.
Rich moulding caes,
$175 TO $200,
all warramed inadu of the best seasoned
material, and io stand better than any sold
for 5100 or S500 by the eld me'hods of
manufacture. We ircrre the best Judges
lo examine and try ihe-enew insirurnents,
and we stand ready at all times to test them
with any ethers manufactured i;i ihiscoun-
, y" GROVESTEEN L IILE.
478 Broadway, 3icw York.
June 4;h 1S62. 3:n
"lilRTVvJTHEAP "AT STORE
Another Arrival of GooiN.
Now is Your Time to Buy.
I NOW SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER.
THE unders'gned having nought out the
Grocery of David S:ronp, has reinoved
his Hal and Cap Store up to Stroups Old
Stand, where in addition la a superior as
SPRING AND SUMMER
Sl hats and caps,
Comprising every soil and quality, which
will be sold ai unusually low price.
He will continue Ihe Grocery and Notion
bniness in all its (orms a carried on bv
Mr.Siroup And solicit a continuance of
the old cnsiomers.
ALSO.-A fine loi of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
ar.d LININGS to which he invites tie a
tention of Shoemakers and the public.
JOHN K. GIRTON.
Bloorecbnrg, Aug. 26. I r-63.
Rcw Clotliiiis store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
M1E undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally.
that he has jusi received Irom the Eastern
Cities, a large assortment of
AND SUMMER CL O THING
Freh fiom the sai of Fashion, of all
sorts, 6ies and quantities, which will b-s
sold cheap forcasn or country produce.
II ATS & C A PS t x
Yf BOOTS AND SHOES
Va1Ss Together with a variety of no
tions and things too troublesome to numer
ate, lo which Le invites ihe aUeutton of pur
chasers. ECall aud examine our slock of eofd.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 26. 1863
I IE N RYROS ENSTOCK,
Sky liisbt AmbrolypUt,
ROOMS in ihe TMrd Slory of ine Ex
change BiOi k, (entrance above tU
Book Store,) Bloomsburg, Columbia cottt
Bloomsburg, Nov. 23, 1859 ly.