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ST It OF THE NORTH
..WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 25,.l&c3,
A SxvEiT ' Morsel Ao arm vontract.
Tba "lo a'isls". have ail got their mouths
opeia, trying to get a taste. ,
Nsvir lake a paper over a year without
paying the printer, or at least sending-a
lock of your hair to lei htm know that you
are about.' ! .
Sec Dr Elans' Card in to-day's paper.
He is a well in! jrmed, careful and success
ful physician. , :
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B Stohncr advertised Oyster for sale, in
today's StA,by tba can or otherwise. Give
bis Oysters i. trial, you'll find theru of au
excellent quality, Iresh and lucioua.
He who vill not support the Constitution
of the Untied States is an enemy of his
country juit as mcch so as the Reb'el in
arms against the Constitution.
Who is going to lator us with a Turkey
for out Chr stma. dinner 1 Surely, some
oae should have a warm spot in his charity
for ,h Primsrs.
ThursdatV fto morrow) is the dav set
- apart by President Lincoln for thanksgiving
and prayer :
- A DtFUTr provost marshal and clerk at
Vouliac, Mich , have been arrested lot re
ceiving Lrites to seccrs the acceptance - of
jubislitu es offered bv drafted men.
, A Man win arrested iu Washington, the
other day, fur singing The light - of other
cays. cianum suppoieu ne was siiiiu ut
the Union mi it was.
Tub Dutt on Coal Eastern cspitalists
intend petitioning Congress at the ojeoing
of the coruitjg session, to remove the duty
an coal a 11 necessity. The present high
prices ol th; native product has led to the
Cur. J. R. Dimm, will deliver a thanks
giving sermon in the Meibodn-t Church of
this place, on Thursday, to-morrow. Let
dhere be a good turn-oat.- Mr. Dim is the
laienieJ and able minister ol tne L.ulueraii
ft - K ..... V. tt,;0 r. I i
' MiKixvt, ISeal & Co , have just receiv
ed new acquisition to their alreadj' large
and superior stock of merchandise, iu this
place. Th-y will sell reasonably low as
low as can be purchased, elsewhere. Give
mem a call, cee ineir auveruaeuicui in
Oyster Sacooi. Fox & Gdmore hare
latuly taken charge of the Restaurant in the
Exchange (Biock, entrance on the Alley
leading to -.the Exchange stables, where
;hry will .keep constantly on hand fresh
uj iters, in the shell and XX Ale. They
know how to keep a saiooo. Give them a
' Ioumj Dkd. On Friday mornina last, a
fsruigner bj ,the name of William Miller,
wat louud dead in a stable, in this place,
having d'.ed, according to the finding ol the
. . 7 1 1 - . J f . . - ll . . m. 'i -i n
WW! " " J
man of no "amilyj aged about 50 years, and
having resided here but a short ime.
A Mcsici.L Convkstijs, under the raan
etii!roent ol Prot. W. W. Killip, of the Gen-
n rniuir ft juit. t i viuhiu ittu. lie v. a.-.
esto Normal 2 cacol, wm ve neu .in tne
Court House, ar Bloomsburs, commencing
An!Unr.itn A'nr 5ni h lhfi3: in continue
v. .NftauMj, . " ww... j
iourdays.. It is hoped their will be a good
liocdauce. of all interested in the promo
tion of musical knowledge.
. VSTtD, o ScB-CBipnoN, sr thi Office,
-Waeat, Corn, Rye, Oats, Buckwheat, - and
gn.ia of all kinds. Also, corn in the ear,
good winter apple, potatoes, butter, lard,
and produce of most all kinds. Money
iCosceRT A Concert will be gives on
'Thursday (to morrow) eveving, in the Court
I - W A I ftt.n nr. India nf lllld
plsce, consisting ot vocal ana instrumental
music, tableaux, &c. The proceeds to be
af piied for the. purpose of alleviating the
CCIJUlllOlI Ul Uio piv.ft auu wuuiiuou e-w nt
in lhe field eaciificing their lives in this un
holy rebellion. .. ' ,
, i : '
Tticac are quite a number ol peron in-
oeoiea to inis ouice, iu uum, o uto
wtittsn concerning this matter, who haTe
cot remiltod their arreaiagesor even given
thoubjecl their attention. To those, we
J would say, we will . be compelled to deal
dLJerci:t'iT,'and in a very short time. There
m nn nirfna in u nnltta ti u II with ftTHTIM Hfln.
t . r . . i ( : . . ... v. A - . h. a . m m
9 ftftV Wft.tWW ... W ftVW..V ww., ' . - - - -
pis. -The;,- would rather see the constable.
Fasmcrd who butcher their own stock
th it is the stock the have raised on their
' oi d farms and in that way seil it, must
make a return under oa:h to the assistant
assessor of all stock thts slaughtered and
aold. Th7 do not need : a license unless
lh!y sell 81,000 wonh ; but they most pay
20 cents psr head for all cattle over eighteen
months old, 5 cents for all under eighteen
months, 6 cents for each hog and 3 cents
for each slleep. - . -
Etxht raan who has paid three hundred
dollars for exemption, will thank the De
ra:)cracy for having forced this confession
frt ia its f jars of ihe administration. Notb
jn;f was more clear, and precise than, the
decision cf the Piorost Marshal Fry last
sammer that "the payment of three hun
dred dollars did noT'exempt from a snbse
fji ent drail," as when substitutes are fnr-Rt-ed.
This decessioa has been main
tained tilt now, and is only sbandoned be
cac;e tha t-heddyites hope to make capital
ct t of the surrender of the clattn. -
"JuiGt Bttr of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire, has decided that greenbacks
are t.ot 11 legaf tender. The government
will take the tongue out of that Bell . if it
snakes aajr cacrs such ioands. Lincoln pt-
W hats been giving our subscription
list a pretty thorough pruning since our re
assuming the publication of the Sta r or thc
North, and find it works well to oor inter
est. We will make a few more erasure?, in
a short time, if the subscriptions are not
paid. There is no use buying, printing, and
mailing a paper to a subscriber who does
not pay-the editor for -the labor and ex
pense. ' ".r - .
Base Dirkctos. The fallowing T?rtle
men were elected as Directors of the Bank
of Danville, for the ensuing" year, on last
Tuesday : , , .
E. H. Baldy, Dr. Win. H.'MagiP, Thomas
Woods, Geo. B. Brown,. Peter Baldy, nr.',
G M.'Shoop, J. C. Rhodes, Samuel Wolf.
P" F M . n nr rijinvilla 1 V Hrrlll BTlrl
ft ft ft,.. I- . a M j J . -i,ai.w , v. " ( wav..., m -
Wm G. Hurley ol Bloomsburg ; John Sharp
less, of Caitawissa ; Geo. J.. Piper of
Capt. Youko's Company of Danville has
been ordered to Philadelphia. It is sup
posed that they will be stationed for the
remainder of their term in the coal regions
of Carbon and Schuylkill counties to keep
down the spirit of outlawry which has
broken ou.- Danville Democrat.
A Northern farmer who has two of his
oi.s drafted, may have to mortgage his
whole farm to rait-e 5600 to save them from
death. And if it is any comfort to him, he
may reflect that his S600 is u-ed to buy
two negroes of a Maryland master.
Thk New York Erpreu reports that ex
tensive frauJs, amounting to near $111,000
have been committed by a high . official in
the New York Custom House, by meaus of
false eutries and other cheats.
A Confederate surgeon who was beastly
drunk when our lorces captured Little Rock,
Arkansas, tound himself among the Yan
kees when he got sober, and remarked that
it beat Rtp Van Winkle that a man couldn't
go to-'sleep in the Confederate Slates with
out waking up in the United Stales
. Ooh Lota ltt. This sentence, from the
National luleliigencer. may be adopted by
every Democrat : "We profess no political
loyalty save that inspired by love for the
Union, the Constitution, and by respect lor
the Laws. Who profess more, have none.''
New playing cards are spoken of, the
pictures on which are to be taken from the
forms and lacts of men who have distin
guished themselves in the war. The shod
dy contractors will sit for the 4-'knaves."
.A Republican army officer, indignant at
the manner in which the war has been
managed, recently remarked : "If this war
had oeen under the coutrol of the Demo
crats, the rebels would have been driven
into the gulf of Mexico, lona ago."
The Secretary of War has decided against
the claims of nine months volunteers to
iia'ional bounties ; but the heirs ol a nine
month' man who dies or is killed in the
Ihe service are entitled ?o the United Stales
bounty ol S100" beside the pay due to the
soldier a', the date of his decease. The
w idovvs and mothers of nine months soldiers
are also entiiUd to a pension under act of
Coiigress, approved July 14. 1862.
Important I (.formation. Col. J G. Frttze
keeps constantly on hand and for sale, at
the Recorder's Office in Bloomsburg, 'The
Constitution of th United Slates," ani of
the Stale of Pennsylvania,' iu various
style, at prices to sr.it ; also, sund'y other
democratic book, documents, aud t peeche?;
together with legal, note and cap paper,
peiii, ink and envelopes, of all sizes and
style, as well as theological, poetical, his
oriea1 anil miscellaneous books, cheap.
We find on examining our last file of the
Star that, it i short three numbers, viz:
Vol. 14 No. 25 : No 39, and No. 42; all the
same volume Some one has lifted them
in our absei.ee, and we put it dowu as be
in an act ol a "very small man." Who
would be guilty of stealing a Printer's file
papers? We will pay a fair price to any
person who will furnish us with the three
numbers above mentioned.
"The, Constitution and 1 the Union ! I
"place ihem together. f they stand, they
"must stand together ; if they fall, they
'must fall together " Daniel Wkbstxr.
Columbia County Republican please copy
G R AND JURORS
FOR DECEMBER TF.R1, 1863.
Benton Thomas Seigined.
Brian-reek Moses Davis, John II. Smith
Fishinjicreek James Edgar, Geo., Mo
Bride. Hemlock Malhias Appleman.
Jacksou John McHenry, Thomas W.
Locust Henry Fisher, W'illiam Miller,
Mifflin John Snyder, Samnel Snyder.
Mount Pieasaul Aaron Kester, Jr., John
Maine Solomon Shaman, John Har
mony. Madison Perry Christian, Phineas Wei
' Orange Aaron R. Patterson, Cornelius
Suarloaf Joseph O. Hess, Andrew Hess
Scott Jonn Shuman.
- FOR DECEMBER TERM, 1863.
Bloom Augustus Mason, Stephen Knorr.
Beaver Samuel Fisher, Elias Miller,
Briarcreek Evan D. Adams.
Benton Peter Appleman John O. Dil
Centre Daniel Bower, George Hess,
Peter Miller, Aaroc Kelchaer.
Cailawissa Joseph Martz, Clinton Mar
Fishirigcreek Daniel McHenry, Benj.
Greenwood Sylvester Albertson. John
Hemlock Amos II art raan.
Jackson John Savage.
Madion Robert Fruit, Wrr. Caroahao,
Lewis Schuyler. ; . . ,
Meine John Nuss.
Mfflin Lawrence Walters, Stephen Die
'crick' ' '' v '
Mr Pleasant Wm. J. Ikeler,' William
Howell. . - - ; , -;-
M&ntonr Levi Weaver.
Orange David Herring, John Peltebone,
Jesse lirumteiSer. , .- -
Pine Franch Hunter, Valentine Win.
torsieert, Henry Richart.
Sujarioaf James Hess,
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE.
Pittsburgh Commercial College.
. Binghhmtin " "
Stration, Bryant & Co., "
These Scrips, are in amounts of $15 and
50 and are as so much cash, by the Stu
dent on entering etiher of the above Col-
lt.ll BO Villi I! CT Hlft. dt-xifinff to obtain a
I finished Collegiate. Education, will here
Jfind a good speculation by applying at ihe
1 Ti ., taii ni? tup MORTHI.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 4, 1863. , , -
Estate of Daniel Levan, late of Hoar"
ingereck twp., Columbia co., dee'd.
LETTERS ol administration on the estate
of Daniel Levan, lale of Roaririgcrek
township, Columbia county, deceased, have
been granted by the ReUierof Columbia
county, to John Ltvau of Koaringcreek ip ,
and William Goodman of Locust twp , in
said county. All persons having claim
against the estate of the decedent are re
quested to present them to die administra
tors for settlement without delay, and all
(hose indebted to the estaie to make pay
ment forthwith to th administrators. .'
JOHN LEVAN. ) Allm( '
.WILL AIM GOODMAN A m T"
Roarir.gcieek, Nov. 11, 1863.S2.
' " rinuc SALE
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
IN pursuance of an orier ol the Orphan?'
Court ol Columbia Cowny. on SATUR
DAY, THE 28TH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
1861, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Pater
Em, Administrator of Alem Marr, late of
Scott township, in said Muti y. deo'd. will
expose to sale by public vendue, on the
piemise, a certain - ". -
Tract of Land,
Situate in Scott township, ir said county,
beginning at the north corner of Caleb Bar
ton's Farm, being on the norh HjSuft,
line of purpart No. 1, and lying f!?
East of Caleb Barton and Elias
Xrum, and adjoining John Robi- zu&
son on th South, arul Harmon Kline and
Jacob Keller on the east, and containing
and Twenty perr hes, strict measure, late
the estaie of said dfi-eased, situate in the
lown.ship ol ScH and conny Mlorrsaid.
JACOB EYhRLY. Cl'k O C.
TERMS, One fourth of lh purchase
money to be. paid on confirmation of sale,
and balance iu one year irom confmrfauou,
with interest from confirmation, by the
PETER EN T, Adm'r.
November II, 1863 bw.
p:Si-3 SECOND HAND
.v- O A V JUj i3,
1EV.YKK ni DEPOT,
71 If'Wiain Street, Xtio York.
S. A. G-ftESG-G-g -
Size and Prices cf JAlUe Fire-Proof
O UTS1D E:
- lleiiht. Width. Depth.
No. 1- 24 20 20
No. 2 26 22 24
No. 3 30 24 24
No. 4 32 28 24
No. 5 34 31 - 24
No. 6 40 3 24
S50 10 J
60 00 I
70 00 I
November 1 t, 1SC3.
OOfl llJHi MORE MEN WANTED.
"uuvUU io qelL REBELLION!
REVOLUTION IS HIGH PRICES!
SEW ARRIVAL OF
VWA c W 1 1 T Iu II GOODS
AT PETER ENtVsTORE INt
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
ITAS just received from the eastern cities
and is now opening at the old stand
a splendid assortment of - : ;
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE!
His stock consists of Ladies Dress Goods,
choicest stles and latest fashions.
CALICOES, " .
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS,' &0.;
COTTON A I) ES.
CEDAR W A tiE,
BOOTS ASD SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in a
conn try store.
The patronage of his old friend., and
the public generally, is respectldly so
licited. The highest market price paid for coon
try produce. PETER EKT.
Light Street. Nov. 11, 1863.
CAME to the premises of the soboriber,
in Benton township, Columbia County,
on Monday night October ltr inst. a
left hind foot white, a rosm spot
on the forehead, a white stripe
between the nostrils, judged to
be abont nine years old. The owner or
owners' are requested, to come forward,
prove properly, pay charges and take him
away, or he will be disposed of according
to law. JOHN W.-KLINE.
Benton twp., Oct. 28, 1863. 3 w.
DAVID L0 WENBERG,
C L O TH I N G S T O E E,
Oa Main street,two dootsabove iho' Amer
ican Hotel., , ;
Y virtue of several writs of alias vend
iioni exponas, to me directed, issued out
ol the Court of Common Pleas of Colum
bia County, Pa., will be ejrposed to public
sale, at the Court House in Bloomsbura, on
MONDAY THE 7TH DAY OF. DEC EM
BEU; 1863, at one o'clock in the afternoon,
the following real estate, viz:
ALL that certain lot of ground situate in
Locust township, County 'of Columbia,
bounded and described a follows to wit :
On the South west by a public road, lead
ing from Cattawisea to Poitf vilie ; On the
norm wet-l by a lor ol John Mensch ; On
the north east and south ' east ty lands of
Jacob Yesger, containing sixty feet in
breadth, and one huudrd and sixty feet in
depth, whereupon are erected a STrg
Two Story Frame ' ' 7-1m
DWELLING HOUSE, VHif
a frame Shoemaker Shoo, a
FRAME STABLE, and other out-buildings
with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution nnd to be
sold as the property ol Hamilton Fisher.
that certain lot of ground situate in
Brian-reek township, Columbia County;
FIVE A CBSES,
more or less, - bounded and described as
follow to wit : On the west by the main
road, on the north by a bublic road, on the
east and south by lands of Reuben Miller,
whernori are erected a food
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE.
and Stable, and a large TANNERY, all
under roof nr.d enclosed, with running
water in lhe building, with lhe appurtenan
ces. Sized,t aken in execution ant to be sold
as the property of Henry Traugh.
JOSIAH H. FURMAN, Sheriff.
SheriO's Otfce, )
Bloomsburg Nov. 1 1, '6i. j
ftlcaoii s Ulernrv
C OMPJ1JY1 OJY.
An Elegant, Morale and Refined Mis
cellaneous Family Journal.
A PAPER FOR THE MILLION,
At d a welcome visitor to the home cir
cle. It contain ihe toreign and domestic
ni-ws of the day, and presents the gteatest
amount of intelligence.
THIS MAMMOTH WEEKLY
Is pruned on fine white paper, with new
ai.d Deautifnl type, and is a large weekly
paper o sixteen octavo fiages.
An unrivalled corps of contributors are
under regnlar engagements, and every de
paltnient is placed on tfie most finihed
and perleci svstem that experience cm de
vise. Each number will be beautifully il
TERMS. S2 00 per annum. Invariably
For sale at all Periodical Depots in the
Published every Siturday, comer of Tre
monl and Biomfield slieet-. Boston, Mas
sactuset:s, by F GLEASON.
Njv. ll, 1863.
THE SIXUCR SEWIXG MACIILNCS.
OUR Letter A Famdy Sewing Machine is
last gaining a world-wide reputation. It
is beyond doubt the best and cheapest and
mo-t beautiful of ail Family Sewing Ma
chines yet offered to the public. No other
Fanii'y Sewing Machine has so many usf
Irl appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tucking, Gathering, Guaiug, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, and so forth. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity lor a great variety of work. It w ill
sew all kinds of cl h, and with all kinds of
thread. Great and recent improvements
.nake our Family Sewing Machine most
reliable, and must durable, and most cer
tain iu action at all rates of epeed. It
make lhe intsrlocked stitch, which i.i the
best stiich krown. Any one. even of the
most ordinary capacity,can see, at a glance
how to ue the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are fiui-hed in chaste and exqni-i:e st le.
The Folding Ca-e of the Family Ma
c'lioe i. a piece ot cunning Workmanship
oftt.e most useful kind. It protect the ma
chine when not in use, and when about io
be operated may be opened as a paciou-
and substantial table to sustain the work.
While some of the Case, made out of the
choiced woods, are finished in the sim
plest a. id chas eai manner possible, other-
are adorned and embeli-hed iu the ravot
co-tly and superb manner
It is absolutely necessary to se9 the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to judge of
iu great rapacity and beauty.
It is fa-! becoming as popular for family
sewing a our Manufacturing machines are
lor manufacturing purposes.
The Branch OfFce are well supplied with
silk twist, thread, ueedln1, oil, etc., of the
very bel quality.
Send for a Parrmhle.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
a nroa.iway. i.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. 810 Chestnut M.
N. S. Tingley, Agent, iu Epy, Pa.
John Sharpless, Agent, in Cattawissa.
Nov. ll, 1863.
4 LL peron indebted to the late firm of
Miller ty Eyer, Merchants in Bloom
burg, are hereby notified, that the Books,
Notes and Accounts ot said firm are in Ihe
S'ore for colIeciqn, and must be settled
by the first of October, without respect to
MILLER & EYER.
Bfoomsburg, Augusi 26, 1863.
Court rrocIam.il ion.
'HEKEAS the Honorable William El-
wen, President Judge of Ihe Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, Court of Quarter Sessions ol the Peace,
and Court of Common Pleas and Orphans'
Court, in the 26th Judicial District, compos
ed of the counties of Columbia, Sullivan and
W)omr ig, and the Hons. Stephen Baldy and the 24th ol November, 1863, for the pur
John McRevnolds, Associate Judges, ot Co- pose ol hi appointment, when and nere
? ... ii . - . - . . . . . 1 - ,Lifti.l In nfftik
Iiimhia co.. have issued their .uecept, bear
ioj 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 ol the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Courl, in Blooms
burg, in thecouoty of Columbia, on the first
Monday, being the 7ih day ol Dec'ber next
and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace aud Constables ot the
said County of Columbia, that they be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon of said day, wilh their
records, inquisitions and other reraembran
res to do those tnings which to their office
appertain to be done. And those that are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute against
the prisoners that are ot may be in the Jail
of said county ot Colombia, to be then and
there to prosecute iheu as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, agreeably to their notice, dated
at Bloomsburg the 7ih day of Nov'br, in i the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and eitftv-lhrefi Bud in the eiffhtv-eiabia e"
of the Independence of the Uuiled States of
America, (uod save the wronioiiiiu.j
JOSIAH H. FURMAN,
Sheriffs Office, Sh:n.
Bloomsburg, No?.-It 1863. J
READING RAIL ROAD.
, SCaiMER AIiUASGliUEiT.
GREATTrunk line from the' North arid
North-west for Philadelphia, New
York, Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allen
town, Easton,&c., Sec.
Trains leave Harrisbnrg for Philadelphia
New York, Reading, Pottsville, and all in
termediate Stations, at 8 A. M.and 1.40 p. M.
New York Expre-s leaves Harrit-burg at
1.25 a. m. striving at New York at 8.25 the
t same mcrn'mg. '
Fares Irom Harrisburg: to new l ork
5 00, to Philadelphia $3,25 and 82,70.
Baas checked through.
Reiurnina leave New York at 6 A. M. 12
Noon, and 8 P. M. (Pins burgh Express.)
Leave Philadelphia at 8 A. M. aud 3.15 P
Sleeping ct rs in the New York E.vprers
Trains, through to and Irom Pittsburgh
Passengers by the Catlawina Rail Road
leave Port Clinton at 4.45 A. M. lor Phila
delphia ami all intermediate Stations, aud
at 3.00 P. M. for Philadelphia, New York,
and all Way Points.
Trains leave Pottsville at 9 A. M. and
2.15 P. M. for Philadelphia and New York,
and a; 3.30 P. M. for Aubnm aud Port
Clinton only, connecting for Pine Grove
and with the Callawissa Rail Road.
An accomodation Pa-senger train leaves
Reading ai 6 A. M.and returns from Phila
delphia at 5 P. M.
t- All the the above Mains ruti daily,
A Sunday train leaves Potisville at 7.30
A M. and Philadelphia at 3.i5 P. M.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, and Ex
cursion Tit-keU, at reduced rates to and
from all points.
G. A. NICuLLS,
June 4th i863.
New Stock of Clothing.
FALL &T WINTER GOODS.
1 NV1TES afention to his stock of cheap
and lashionable Clothing at his Store, on
jI.y.V STREET. HLOOMSDURG,
two doors above the American House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
HI en mid ISoy's Clothing,
including the mo-t fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting ol
lioxt Sack, Frock, Cum and Oil Cloth
Coals, and Punts,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter Shawl-; striped, figu;ed and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stock", collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy
N B He has constantly on hand a large
snd well selected asortment of Cloths and
Vestings, which he i prepared to make up
to order, into any kind ol clodiing on very
short notice and in the best of manner.
All his clothing is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
Ol every Description, Fine and Cheap.
His Case of Jewelry is not rurpaoseJ in this
place. Call and examine his general as--ortrnent
of Clothing, Watches, Jewelry,
&c &c. DAVID LOWENBERvi.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 26. 1863.
IHE NE1V GROCERY STORE
Just received at Erasmus' New Store.
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a great variety of notions j
&c . too numerous to mention. j
C" Butter. Eggn. Meat and produce gen- (
erally taken in exchange lor voott. j
A. 8. ERASMUS.
r.loomsbnrg, Nov. 4. 1863 j
rl fi.r th Crt'intu ftf Col
vwbta, KtoletJ Solomon tieinK, laie q; net-
' . . i i . r t
er towtiahip, dee'd.
yul. persons ir;tereste'l will latce notice,
Jtihai the nn.-prs:'ried aonomied Auditor
j by the Orphans' Court of the county ol Col-
file.) in lhe account
; of Tilm'on nlenhouse, and Reuben Swahk
j AAmiuu.r...ttT nf Solomon Swank, dee'd.
will meet thn jarti interesied at the Re
corder" Olfice, in Bloomsbnrg, on Thurs
day, 26ih of November, 1863, for the pur
pose of his appointment when and where
ail parties interested are requested to at
tend il they think proper.
WESLY WIRT, Auditor.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 28 , 1S63 4t 62.
Auditor's XYoticc ;
In the Orphan's Court fur the Cvvnty of Col-
vml ia, Es'nte of George Jlartmin, late of ;
Bciilon township, dtc d.
i LL persons intmeied will take notice,
that the undersigned, appointed Auditor
by the Orphans' Court o( Columbia county,
to settle and adjust the rates ami propor.
lions of the balance or assets in the hands i
of George M Hartmun. Executor ol George J
Hartman, deceased, to and among the re- j
spective creditors of the deceased, accord- j
in 2 ;o the order f slablished by law, will (
meet the Dartiee interested at Robert F
Clark'" office, in Bloomsburg on Tuesday
all parties interesed are requested to pre
sent their claim, or be debarred ftom
coming in lor a share of such assets.
ROBERT F. CLARK, Auditor.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 28, 1863412.
DISSOLUTION OF 1'ARTN E US H II.
flHE partnership heretofore existing be
tween C. W. Mck'elvj and J. S- Mc
Ntnch, in the manulacture of paper a"
Caltawissa Mills, under the firm ol C. W.
McKelty tk Co., is this day disboived by
The busines of the late firm will be set
tled by C. W.fcelvy, at Cattawissa Mills.
C. W. McKELVY.
THE nndersigned, having purchased the
interest of J. S. McNioch, in the late firm
of C. W. McKeivy & Co., would inform bis
friends that he will continue the manufac
ture of paper, and purchase Rag, as here
tofore, and solicits continuation of the
patronage so liberally bestowed on the late
firm. C. W. McKELVY.
Caltawis-a Mills, Oct 7, 1893.
CUAL UlL, Ardesco Coal Oil lot sale,
12 cts. per quart, by
Bloomsburg, Feb. 26, 1862.
Secrets For Use IJliUoia !
most valuable and wonderlul publi
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30 colored engravings. DR. HUNTER b
VADEMECUM,an original and popular
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for their speedy cure, lhe practice of
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numterous persons, he ha been induced
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ded free ol postage to any part of the Uni
ted States lor 50 cents in P. O. stamps, 3
copies for $1. Address, pot paid, DR.
HUNTER, No 3 Division Street, New
Sept. 9. 1863.
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Full desciiptive Circnlars and Prices will I
be famished on application.
Oc-ober 16, 1861 ly.
OF FALL AXD UIXTLIl GOODS.
fpllE subscriber ha just returned Item
ihe Cities with another large and select
TT A' 15 tlttem.
purchased at Philadelphia itid New York, t
at the lowest figure, ana wmcn ne i
determined iosell on a moderate terms as
can be procured elsewhere in Bloomsbarg.
His slock comprises
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of lhe choicest styles and latet fashions.
(2? a CD CD IP il QJ 3fc
HARD W A K E. QUEENS W ARE,
CEDAR WARE, HOLLOW-WARE,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c.,&c.j
In short, everything usually kept in country
stores; to which hetuviiesthe public gener
allv. The highest price will be paid for coon
ttv produce, in exnunst? iur i.i".
' STEPHEN H MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 26, 1863.
WPl ftY!HKT 675
Av:r,r"t,:VL-. . V
and ,11 .Sp.l..., 10 Ml... W ' f "
to active Agents,
I Avnt. Milan. Ohio.
Blooiueturg, Aug. 21, 1861.
rXhe nb?ribr, proprietor of the above
narned est ensive eiablihmen, is aoyr
prepared to receive orders' for all kind of
machiT.erv.forCOI.LERIES BLAST FCR
NACES STATIONARY EN'JIN ES, MlLLi
THRESHIMG MACHINES ficc.
He is also prepared to make S oves, all
sizes and patterns, 'Plow-irons, mid ever)
thing usually made in Hrsi-class Foundries
His etansive (a-ilities sod prcllcal
workman, wairant tiim in receiving ihe
large! contracts oh the trios, reasonable
Grain of all kinds v. ill be taken in
exchange lor casting.
This e-tablii-hment i located near
the Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9. 1863.
MALE or FEMALE Agents
to sell LLOYD'S n-w Steel
Plate County colore-1 M p of the United
Stales, Canada, and New Biun-wtck.
From recent stirvej completed Aug. 10j
to engrave it aud eue
Superior io any 810 Map ever made by
Cohon or M irtiell. at.-l sells at Ihe low
pric o! fifty cen'i-, 37O.C0O i.tnits ate en
graved on this map.
I t.ot oolv a (.oun'V JMp, ont it is
also a COUNTY and RAILROAD MAP, of
the United S ates and Cv.tHs combined
in one, giving every RAILROAD STATION
and ''i.-taiire-i between.
per iUy a"J Wl',ake b"k a!l MPMhat
cannot be sold anrf refund the money.
Guarantee any woman or man S3 to $4
Send for one Uilar' wor;h to try.
Printed instruction how to canvass wall
furnished all our Agent.
WAN TED Wholesale Agents for our
Map iii every Sia:e, California, Canada,
England, France aod Cuba A fornne may
te niale with a lew hundred dollar cspi
tal-.- No competition. J T.LLOYD,
No 146 Broadway, New York.
The War Department uses our Map o
Virginia, Maryland, and Penrt Ivania, con
100. 00U3 on which is marked Antietam
Creek, Sharttsburg, Maryland Heights,
WilliatnspoM Ferry, Rhorersville, Noland's
Ford, and all others on ihe Poiomac, and
everv other place in Maryland, Virginia,
and Penn Ivaria. or money refunded.
LLOYD'S TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF
Kentucky. Onio, lodana, and Illinois, is
the only authori y for Gen. Buell and the
War Depaitmeni. Money relunded to any
one (hiding an error iu it. Price 50 cts.
From the Tribune Aug. 2.
"LIod's Map of Virginia, Maryland, and
Peno Ivania. This map is very large its
cost is but 25 cents, and it is the beat which
can be purchase I
LLOYD'S Great Map orihe MISSISSIPPI
RIVER F'mrr. Actual Surveys by Capts.
Ban and Win. Biwen, Mississippi River
Pilots, of St. Luu'm, Missouri, showr every
man's plantation and nwi er's name from
St. Louis io the (lull of Mexico 1,350
mile- every nand bar. island, town, land
ing, and all places 20 miles bark from the
River colored in counties and S:ates..
Price, 1 in sheet. 82, pockt form, and
S2 SO on lir.en, with rollers. ReaJ,Sepl.
Navy Department, Washington,)
September l7ih, 1862.
3. T. LLOYD Sir: Send me your Map of
the Mississippi River, with price per hun
dred copies. Read Admiral Ctiarle H.
Davis, commanding the Mississippi squad
ron is authorized to purchase a many as
are required toi ue of that squadron.
GIDEON WELLES, Sec. of Navy.
October 8, 1S62.
$130 BEST PIANOS. 8150
GROVESTEEN &. HALE, having re
moved to their new warerooms,
1T0. 473 BKCSVrAT,
are now prepared to offer the public a m.j
nificenl new scale full
7 clave Itoscwoocl S'iauo,
containing ali improvewienis known ininia
coun'rv or Europe, oer-siruog ba,
Freni h grand action, harp pedal, full iroo
Varraukd for 5 Years
Rich moulding cae.
175 TO $200,
all warraii ted made ol the best seasoned
ma'erial. and io stand better lha'i any sold
for 5400 or 6500 by the old methods of
manufacture. We invite ihe best Judges
to examine and t'v these ne v iu-irurnent,
and we stand ready at ail times to lest them
with an) others manufactured in luis coun-
f GI10VKSTEKX & IIILC,
47 S ISroncltvny, IV ew Vork.
Juue 4 ti lbl2. 3,n
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
AT EX2Ai QAIITEUS!
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
.TSeUr.IYVY, XKAJs & CO.,
Z f AVE just received and opened a slock of
Merchandi-e for sale, which rompri--es
the LARGEST, Cheapest, k. Landsorn
et assortment now ofiered in this TO AN.
Having paid great at'eouou io the t-lecliort
of iheir entiie stocc as la
they flatter themselves that they can com
pete witti the cheapest, and all those wish
i-ig to ouy fl.tp, van sae money by giv
ing u a call.
We have a'l kinds of goods and wares io
supply the wants ot the people. A very
iar 'e and complete assortment ol
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
French Mertnoes. wool plaids, alpacas,
j bombaxines, de b iges, poplins pararneua
cloths, mohair Ingres, muslin ue nines,
Persian rlo hs, G'mgliams. altcoes, kc.
WHITE GOODS OF A LL KINDS,
Sieves, Collar- Spencer-, handkerchiefs,
flou'iciiigs, tiatid and trimmings, Lee and
edgings" bonnet rihbons, in large variety,
velvet libboos, and brai ls, kid, cotton, lisle
t'iread gloves, mohair mitts, &c.
ALL KIXDS OF JitSAWLS,
o.oche. Bay Sue. Waterv ille, black silk,
cas'nmeie. embrodered. &c. Also a very
large assortment ot Cloths, caimers, sat
inets, ve'tings,! weeds, jeans,coatin
of all kinds and sixes for men, women and
children. We have a, large assortment of
H TS and CAPS of the latest fashion.
We have also, Hardware, WueeiifrMMF,
Mt.i-uto fwe. Verv cheap
- j d
uble and carnage oilcloth-, mats, rugs.bas
kets.&c. Muslins, flannels, ticking-, dra-
' P'. lowelings drillings. tc.,in abundance.
vv inv.ie our Iriends and thepubl.c gen-
" , m';t-sT f- ASH l-RICBS aDd will not
r vi v
Bloomsburg, N. 25, 1863.