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STAR: OF THE NORTH
WEDNESDAY -MORNING, JAN. 13, 1864.
Th t Coon advertisements appear ia this
Soub ten persons were imrneried in Fish
ingcnsek, at this puce, on Saturday last,
by ths Baptist Minister, Key. Mr. Scott.
Iter. J. R. Pjmm, pastor of ibe Lutheran
Congregation of this place, is holding re
vival meeting in his Church on Market St.
Read advertisements in to-day 'a Star.
They are among the most interesting matter
of a newspaper.
Dr. Pee John wants a Bank established
in this place He is accumulating a few
greenbacks. They besin to trouble him.
Ths Game Season is over. Any person
killing a partridge after the 1st of January
ia fiable to pay a fine cf fife dollars. Our
sportsmen will not knowingly violate the
law ; at least no true sportsman.
Oircday last week we noticed a lot of
Cue venison pass through this place, on
road to some belter market. It had been
secured on the north mountain, and was
the first lot taken through this place this
Tus newly elected county officers have
alt assumed the dmies oi their respective
cfSces, and there is not one Abolitionist
holding a county office among them.
Tub Lutheran Church of Danville, it is
siad, realized about 5600, over and above
all expenses, at its late Festival, which
continued several days. .Thit is eucourag
ingto the Church certainly.
County Trsas7r.r. James S. McNinch,
Eq., retired from the office of County Treas
urer, last week ; which position he held
the second term, performing the duties of
his office with credit to himself and the
county. The county ha had few, if any,
. Thk Commissioner. of Colombia county,
on Wednesday last, appointed V. Wirt,
Esq., their Attorney for the year 1861.
This is a good appointment ar.d - well de
served. Mr. W. possesses the ability and
IrfiTPil knowledge necessary to make a care
In! and reliable adriier for our County Fa
thsia. Thk Patriotic Ladtes of ibis place held a
Festival, ui the large Brick Building on
Mailt Street, several evenings last week ;
the proceeds to be applied to the wants of
rf.e ick and wounded soldiers. We did
r.oi learn their success. The cause wad all
tj'Ih, acd hepe they did well.
The new Treasons, James McHenrt, ol
Etibingcreck, assnmd the duties of his
cn.ee 6u Wednesday Iai." He will prove a
careful, efficient and accommodating offi
cial, unless we are grossly mistaken in the
character oi the man . We think uo belter
selection cocld have been made.
Our ScxiToa. David B Montgomery,
oar newly elected Senator from this District
has taken his seat in the Legislature at
1 1 : l ?. - r m . i . i
ndrrisuurg. u tvema rigni iuai mis dis
trict shocid be represented by a Democratic
member, and n.t by an Abolitionist as it
was during the last two years, when the
Democratic voters of the District are large
ly in ihe majority. Mr. Montgomery will
be a faithful and honest representative ; and
will look weir to the interest of bis District
as well as the Slats at large. He has our
thanks lor public documents.
.Thc Dra-tt.- The draft has been pot off
until the l5tb inst. So says reports from
Washington. We have as yet seen no order
for a draft, In this district or any other.
There was no order issued lor a draft on
the 5th as was so much talked about. The
President's proclamation stated that the
Slates had tilt thn 5th to make up their
quotas by volunteering, and bounties would
ie -paid op to that time. Since, a resolution
has been offered in Congress to extend the
time of paying the Government bounty.
Volunteering is going on briskly. Large
bounties are being paid in some places in
connection' with the government bounty of
5400 to veteran soldiers on re-enli6tin.
- Hon. George G Jackson, one of our ac
tive and working members at Harrisborg,
has oar thanks for the Auditor General's
Report, besides other public documents,
sent us since the commencement of the
pession. Mr. Jackson, we, are pleased to
sura lor the information of his constituents,
was favorably mentioned by the Demo
cratic caucus for Speaker of the House.
He would have creditably filled the portion
being fully acquainted with the rales and
Jaws regulating and shaping ibe delibera
tions of that body. We should have been
pleased to have made the announcement of
&is election ; and we are certain it would
have been gratifying to oar Democratic
readers. ' '
The Republican of last week says : "while
the firm of D. Foe hi & Brother, 315 North
3rd Street, Philad., do not ask their custom
era what their political sentiments are, they
do not alio jv anybody to 'talk treason' in
their establishment." What kind of "trea
eoa' did the "Copperhead Merchant" from
this place talk, in that establishment pray
tell os, Doctor ? If ha "talked treason," as
yon elate hs did, yon are no friend to the
Government, for instead of your prating over
the matter, like more of Old Abe's bluster
ing apporlers,yoa wocld immediately have
the can bronchi to justice have him sent
to pcrne bastiie, banished or hung. - If D.
Focht &. Brother are your evidence for pab
lUhin; Each a charge against a certain well
to d-a "Copperhead Merchant" of this place
why don't you proceed at once to effact hia
&r;s;l 1 Da this or hold you peace about
n&:xm.3 treason t ' i
A-FORT WIVE FOR ALL!
EITHER MEN OR W03IEN !
NO HUMBUG, but an ENTIRELY NEW
thing. Only three months in this country.
No clap-trap operation to gull the public,
but a genuine money-making thing! Read
the Circular of instruction once only, and
you will understand it perfectly. A Lady
has just written to me that f-he is making
as high as TWENTY DOLLARS SOME
DAYS! giving instructions in this art.
Thousands ot Soldiers are making money
rapidly at it. It is a thing that takes better
than anything ever ottered. You can
make money with it home or abroad on
steam boats or railroad can, and in the
country or city. You will be pleased in
pursuing it, not only because it will yield
a handsome income, but also in conse
buence of the general admiration which it
elicits. It is pretty much all profit. A
mere trifle is necessary to start with.
There id scarcely one person oat of
thousands who ever pays any attention to
advertisements of this kind, thinking they
are humbugs. Consequently those who do
send for instructions will have a broad
field to make money '.n. There is a class
of persons in this worid who would think
that because they have been humbuzged
out of a dollar or so, that ever) thing that
is advertised is a humbug. Consequently
the trj no more. The person who suc
ceeds is the one that keeps on trying until
be hits something that pays him.
This art cost me on thousand dollars,
and 1 expert to make money out of it and
2 11 who purchase the art of me will do the
same. One Dollar sent to wie will insure
the prompt return of a card of instruction
in the art. Tht money icVl be returned to
those not satisfied
Address WALTER T. TINSLEY,
. No. 1 Park Place, New York.
Oct. -21, 1863 3m.
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very severe cases. Over one hundred phy
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Hundreds of cert iflcaies can be shown.
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They will be sent by mail, seenrrly seal
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Nov. 25, 186 J. ly,
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safe at any other time, as miscarriage
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Each box contains 60 pills. Price Si.
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BTSold by all the principal druggists.
Nov. 25, 1863 ly.
IRON CITY COLLEGE, PITTSBURGH,
PA.- There is no Institution of learning in
tbe country, at present, attracting so great
an amouut of attention as this. Stndents
aie flocking to it from all parts of the
country, on account of the reputation it
has among busine.? men for making thor
ough, practical and reliable accountants.
ltd graduates lake precedence over those
of all other Commercial Schools ; a Da
ploma from this College being a certain
passport to success in bis business life.
The Faculty is composed ot skillful and
experienced men, who stand at the head of
their profession, and who are well known
to be eminently fitted for the positions
they occopy. . Every young man in the
country should try to avail himself of the
advantages afforded by a course of study
in this College. Circulars of the College,
containing full information, can be had on
addressing the Principals, Messrs. JEN
KINS & SMITH, Pittsburgh. Pa.
ALL persons having claims of EXEMP
TION from the DRAFT, can have their
papers promptly and carefully drawn by
calling at the Office ot the undersigned, in
Bloomsburr, Columbia county, Penn'a.
Office, Second Door West of the Court Ilonse,
MICHAEL F. EYERLY.
January uy 1864.
Estate of Heriry A'L Uildine, deceased:
T ETTERS of Administration on the es
tale of Henry M. Dildine, late of Mad
ison township, Columbia county, deceased,
have been granted by the Register of said
coutity, to John Dildine, who resides in
Limestone township, Montour county. All
persons having claims against the estate of
the decedent are requested to mke them
known to the Administrator without delay,
and all persons indebted to the estate are
requested to make payment immediately
to the undersigned.
JOHN DILDINE, Admr.
January 6r 1864. 6w. $2.
Estate of Henry Kitchen, deceased.
1 ETI'ERS of Administration On the Ea--late
of Henry Kitchen, late of Green
wood township, Columbia county, dee'd.
have beHn grantee' by the Register of said
County to the undersigned who reside in
'he same township. All persons having
claims against the Estate of the decedent
are requested to present them for settle
ment to the Administrators without delay,
all those indebted to the estate to make
URIAH II. HARRAR
Dec. 23, 1863 6w.-?2 00
In the-Orphan' Court for the County of Col
umbia, Eitute of Peter Applsgate, late of
Jackson township deceased.
ALL persons interested will take notice
that the undersigned, appointed Au
ditor by the Orphans' Courl ol Columbia
county, to settle and adjust the rales and
proportions of the balance or assets in the
hands of Joshua Rutbms, administrator of
ihe Estate of Peter Applegate, deceased,
to and among the respective creditors ul
j the deceased, according to Ihe order es
tablished by law, will meet the parties in
terested at R. F. Clark's office, in Blooms
burg, on Friday, the 29;h day of January,
1864, for the purpose of his appointment,
when and where all parties interested are
requested to present tneir claims, or be
debarred from coming in tor a share of such
assets. ROBERT F. CLARK,
Bloomsburg. J.tn. 6, 1864 2 Auditor
rAME to. the premises of the subscriber,
'iri Conyngham twp., Columbia cruny'
on or about the 10th of November, 1863,
THREE HEAD OF SHEEP
ine owner or owners are re
queste to cosne forward, prove
property, pay the charges, ard take ihem
away, otherwise thty will be sold, accord
ing to law. JOHN R JONES,
Conyngham, Dec. 23, 1863. 3.
"JAME to the premises of the ubcriber,
in Conyngham lownship.-Columbia co.,
on or about the 10 of December, 18(3,
A RED COW, jrf?
with short horns, and while rg'ISj
across her rump. The owner ff"Tf
inotied to come fo r w'a rd , 'g
prove property, pav charges, and take her
away ; otherwise she will be disced of
according to the directions of the law.
JOHN R. JONES.
Conyngham-, Dec. 23, 1863 3w.
OF FALL AND U INTER GOODS.
'IMIE subscriber bas just returned from
the Cities- with another large and belect
FALL & WINTER ttOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
at the lowest figure, and which he is
determined cosell ou as moderate terms as
can be procured elsewhere in Bloomsbarg.
His stock comprises
Ladies' Dress Goods,
O the choicest styles and latest fashions.
C2 a CE CE CE fl. 32 S3 a
CEDAR WARE, HOLLOW-WAKE,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &jc , &c.
In short, everything usually kept in country
stores; lo which he invites ihe public gener
ally. The highest price will be paid forcoun
try produce, in exchange for goods.
Bloomsbnrg, Jan. 6, 1864.
PUBLIC SALE OF
VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY.
ILL he exposed to public sale at the
late residence of Henry M. Dildine, io
Madison township, Columbia county, on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20tfe. 1861,
at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon ot said day,
ihe following property, to wit :
SHEEP, HOGS, THRESHING MACHINE,
Reaper, Hay Rake, Roller, Wagons, Plows,
Harrows, Cultivators, Sled, Sleigh, Tog
and Single Harness. Also, Grain of differ
ent kinds, POTATOES by the bus'ael,
HAY BY THE TON,
Several good Bee Swarms, and the entire
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNI
TURE, together with many articls too ur
merous to mention.
CsT Terms made known on dav of sale,
by . JOHN DILDINE. Adm'r,
Limestone twp., Montonr co.
January 6, 1864.
The Danville Intelligencer and tbe Dvnville
Democrat will please copy, by requust of
the Administrator. "
ARTHUR'S HOME MAGAZINE, 1SG1.
VOLS. XX1II& XXIV.
EDITED BY T.S.ARTHUR AND V. F.
TOWNSEND. The Home Mag azirwe
for 1864, will be conducted in the same
fpiril that has distinguished it from ihe
commencement; and continue to unite in
one periodical the attractions and excel
lencies of both the Ladies' or Fashion
Magazines as they are called, and the gra
ver literary monthlies.
Our arrangement for 1864 include Three
Original Serial Stories, written expressly
for the Home Magazine. One cf these will
be by Miss Virginia F. Towr.send, and
commence in the Jannary number. An
other will be by T. S. Arthur. And third
from the pen of Mrs M. A. Denison, a
writer who has long been a favorite with
the public. Besides these, our large corp6
of Talented Writer will continue to enrich
the Home Magazine with short Stories,
Poems, Essays, and Sketches of Life and
character, written wiih the aim of blending
Literary Excellence with ihe higher teach
ings of Morality and Religion.
SOCIAL LITERATURE, ARTS, MOR
als, Health, Domestic Happiness. To these
the Home Magazine has-been and will con
tinue to be devoted.
Elegant engravings appear in everyNo.,
including choice Pictures, Groups, and
characters, prevailing fashions, and a large
variety of Patterns for Garments, embroid
ery, etc. etc. In all respects we give a first
class Magazine, and at a price that brings
it within, tjie reach ot every int -lligent fam
ily in the land.
'PREMIUMS for the getting np of Clubs.
Our Premium Plates tor 1864 are Large
Photographs of Evangeline'' and "The
Mitherless Brain," two charming and pop
ular pictures. These Photographs are on
albuminized paper, exqnistely copied, and
superior to any heretofore sent by us. No
picture ever published has been a popular
as "Evangeline," and the demand for it at
print sellers, is still very large The splen
did English print, entitled "The Mitherless
Brain, "sell lor $25. Our copies give all
the detail, and all tbe fine effects perfectly.
ri One of these piints goes to every
getter up of a club, large or shall.
Yearly Terms in Advance:
1 copy Home Magazine, and one of
the premium plates, S 2 00
2 copies, and one of the premium
plates to getter up of club, 3 00
3 copies, and one of the premium
plates to getter up of club, 4 00
4 copies, and one of the premium
plates to getter up of clutJ, 5 00
8 copies, and an extra copy of Mag
azine, and one preifium plate
to getter up of club, 10 00
12 copis,and an extra oopy of Mag-
azine, and two premium plates
10 gelter up of club, 15 00
17 copies. and an extra copy of Mag
azine, and two premium p!ates
to getter up of club, 20 00
It will be seen that each single subscri
ber, who pays Iwo dollars, id entitled to
one of tbe premium plates.
In ordering premiums, three red stamps
must be sent, in every ca-e,to pay the cost
of mailing each premium.
it i not required that all the subscriber"
to a t lub be at ihe post offiee,
Cr.nada subscribers must add 18 cents
on each subscription for payment ol United
Home Magazine and Gedey's Lady's
Bock one year, 33 50
Home Magazine and Harper's Mag
azine, one year, 4 00
Home Magazine and Saturday Even
ing Post, 3 00
Address, T. S ARTHUR & CO.,
32S Walnut Street, Fhila.
December 2, 1863.
JYcio Stock of Clothing.
c a i i a. A7 1 kit e d onnnc
TNVITES attention to his stock of cheap
and fashionable Clothing at his Store, on
AUUN STREET UL O OMSB UR G ,
two doors above the Amtrican House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
Men and Boy's Clothing,
includiug Ihe most fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
liox, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Coals, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter Shawl-; striped, figured and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy
N B He has constantly on hand a large
anrl u-ell (.elertei. assortment of Cloths and
Vestings, which he is prepared to make np
to order, into any kind of clothing 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.
A N D
Of every Description, Fine and Cheap.
His Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Clothin", Watches, Jewelry,
&c. &c. DAVID LOWENBERG.
Bloomsburg, Aug. 26, 1S63.
Biooimburg, Columbia Co.,
rjhe subsribar, proprietor of the above
named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive orders for all kinds of
machinery, forCOLLERIES, BLAST FUR
NAC ES, STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESHIMG MACHINES, &c, kc.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extansive facilities and practical
workman, watiant him in receiving the
largest contracts on tee rno6t reasonable
- ft7" Grain cf all kinds will bs taken ia
exchange for castings.
EF This establishment is located near
the Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsbnrg, Sept. 9, 163.
TO ALL WHOM IT Y COHCEK.t.
THE undersigned being a regularly "li
censed Auctioneer," hereby ofyrs his ser
vices as such, to all who may fl diposed
togivehima call. His great experience
in the besiness, will enable hiri to render
satisfaction to his customers. A; the same
time he cautions all Actioneers.not licens
ed, from following said calling, as the fine
fixed by the U. S. "xiJl surely bd imposed,
and the law carried out to its fnfl etent.
All persons desiring to obtain Services,
will plertse inform me to that efTict before
they advertise. J. D. RlCEj Auc'r.
Light Street, Nor. 16, 1863. j .
OITEI) STATES 5-20'S. (
The Secretary t.f the Treasury has not
yet given notice of an;', intention to with
draw this popular Loan from Sale at Par,
and until ten days notice is given, the
undersigned, as "General Subscription
Agent,'' will continue lo supply the public.
The whole amount of the Loan author
ized is Five Hundred M illions of Dollars.
Nearly Four Hundred Millions have been
already subscribed for and paid into the
Treasury, mostly within the last seven
mon hs. The large demand from abroad,
and the rapidly increasing home demand
tor use as' the basis lor circulation by Na
tional Banking Associations now organiz
ing in all parts of the country, will, in a
very short period absorb the balance.
Sales have lately ranged from ten to fif- i
teeu millions weekly, frequency exceed
ing three millions daily, and as it is well
known tha' the Secretaiy of the Treasury
has ample and unfailing resources in the
Duties on Imports and denial Revenues,
and in the issue of the Interest bearing
Legal Tender Treasury Notes, it is almo?t
a certainty that he will not find it neces
saay, inf a long time to come, to seek a
market for any oiher long or permanent
Loans, The Interest and Principal of which
are payable in Gold.
Prudence and self interest must force
the minds of those contemplating the for
malion of National Banking Associations,
as well as the minds of all who have idle
money on their hands, to the prompt con
clusion thai they t-bould lose n.o time in
subscribing to this mot popular Loan.
It will soon be beyond their reach, and
advance to a handsome premium, as was
the result with the ,:Seven Thirty" Loan,
when it was all sold and could no longer
be subscrided for at par.
IT IS A SIX PER CENT LOAN, THE
Interest and Principal payable in Coin,
thus yiehling over Nine per cent, per an
nnm al the present rate of premium on
The Government requires all duties on
Imports lo be paid in coin; ihnse duties
have for a long lime past amounted to
over a Quarter of a Million of Dollars
daily, a sum nearly three limes greater
than that required in the payment of the
Interest on all the 5-20'& ami other perma
nent Loans. So that it ie hoped that the
surplus Coin in the Treasury, at no dis'ant
day, will enable the Uui'ed States lr re
sume specie payments upon all liabilities.
The Loan is cal.ed 5 20 from ihe fact
that whilst the Bonds may run for twenty
y ears yet the Government has a right lo
pay them off in Gold at par, at any time
alter five, years.
The Interest is paid half yearly, viz: on
the first day ot November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds,
which are payable to bearer, and are 30,
S100, ?50O, and $1000; or Registered bonds
of same denominations, and in addition,
$5,000 and 810,000. For Banking purpo
ses and for investments of Trust monies,
the Registered bonds are preferable.
These 5-20's cannot be taxed by States
cities', towns, or counties, and the Govern
meni tax ou tliem is only lj per cent., on
the amonnl of income, when the income
of the holder exceeds Six hundred dollars
per annum; all other investments, such as
income from Mortgages, Railroad Ssoek
and Bonds, e c, must pay from three to
five percent, lax on the income.
Banks and Bankers throughout the coun
try will continue lo dispose of the bonds;
and all orders by mail, or otherwise, prom
ptly attended to.
The. inconvenience of a lew days' delay
in the delivery of ihe Bonds is unavoida
ble, the demand bein so grea'; but as in
terest commences from the day of sub
scriotion, no loss is occasioned, and every
effert is being made tw diminish the delay.
114 Sonth Third Street, Phila.
New Clothing More.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
ffHE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the pnblic generally,
that he has just received from the Eastern
Citiea, a lare asortment of
Fall $ Winter
Fresh from the seat of Fahion, of all
sorts, sizes and quantities, which will be
sold cheap lor cash or country, produce.
A L S O,
H A TS Ac C A IVS
t BOOTS AND SHOES.
Together with a variety of no
lions and things loo troublesome to numer
ate, to which he invites the attention of pur
chaser. 35? He is also prepared to make up
clothing to order, on reasonable terms,
and up lo the latest fashions.
niTCail and examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 2, IS63.
Cheap Hat &, Cap
Anodicr Arrival of 2ooI.
Noio is Your Time to Buy.
I NOW SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER.
rrWlE undersigned having bought out the
I Grocery of David Stroup, has re:noved
his Hat and Cap Store up to Stroup's Old
Stand, where in addition to a superior as
SPRING ANO SUMMER
HATS AND GAPS,
Comprising every son and quality, which
will be sold at unusually low prices.
He will continue the Grocery and Notion
business in all its forms as carried on by
Mr.Slroup And solicits a continuance of
the old customers.
ALSO,-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
and LININGS to which he invites the at
tention of Shoemakers and the public.
JOHN K. GIRTON.
Bloorcsburg, Aug. 26, 1863.
fjpHE partnership heretofore existing be-
tween C. W. McKelvj and J. S. M:
Nmch, in the manufacture cf paper at
Cafawissa Mills, under the firm of C W.
MrKeUy k. Co., is this day dissolved by
The business of the late firm will be set
tled by C. W. Kelvy, at Cauawissa Mills.
C. W. McKELVY.
THE undersigned, having purchased the
interest of J. S. McNinch, in ihe late firm
of C. W. McKelvy & Co., would inform his
friends that he will continue the manufac
ture of paper, and purchase Rags, as here
tofore, and solicits continuation of the
patronage so liberally bestowed on the late
firm. C. W. McKELVY.
Cauawissa Mills, Oct 7, 1893.
DAVID LO HI: NlTE RU: "
CLO THING STORE,
Otr Main troct,tvo Uoorsabove the 'Amer
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINES. I
fUR Letter A Family Sewing Machine is j
v,tasl gaining a world-wide reputation. It
is beyond doubt the bpst and cheapest and
most beautiful of all Family Sewing Ma
chines yet offered to the public. No other
Family Sewing Machine ha- o many use
ful appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell-
1 ing, Tucking, Gathering, Guaatng, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, and so forth. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity lor a great variety of work. It will
sew all kinds of clo h, and with all kinds of
thread. Great and recent improvement
make onr Family Sewing Machine most
reliable, and most durable, and most cer
tain in action at all rates of speed. It
makes the interlocked stitch, which is the
best stitch known. Any one. even of the
most ordinary capcity,can see, at a glance
how to use the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are finished in chaste and exquisite style.
The Folding Case of the Family Ma
chine is a piece of conning workmanship
of the most useful kind. It protects the ma
chine when not in use, and when about to
be operated may be opened as a spacious
and substantial table to sustain the work.
While some of the Cases, made out of the
choicest woods, are finished in the sim
plest aud chastest manner possible, others
are adorned and embelished in the most
costly and superb manner.
It is absolutely necessary to see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to judge of
its great capacity and beauty.
It is fas! becoming as popular for family
sewing as our Manufacturing machines are
for manufacturing purposes.
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
silk twist, thread, needles, oil, etc, of the
very best quality.
, Send for a Pamohlef.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE.810 Chestnut St
N. S. TmleyT Agent, in Espy, Pa.
A. J. Evan, Agen, iu Bloomsburg.
Nov. ll, 1863.
?S A F E S,
IVEW YORK S AFE DEPOT
71 Jfiltiam Street, New York.
Size and Prices of Lillie's Fire-Proof
O U T S I D E:
Ikizht. 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 31 24
Ileiuht. Width. Depth
No. 1 17 il 12
No. 2 19i 13i 12
No. 3 21 15 12
No. 4 22 18 1
No. 5 24 21 14
No. 6 31 21 15
Number 1 " S50 00 Nnmber 4 S5 00
do 2 60 00 do 5 100 00
do 3 70 00 I do 6 115 00
November 1 I, 1863.
QOA nnfl MORE MEN WANTED.
OUUjUUU T0 QUELL REBELLION!
RE VOL UTIOnTnHIG II PRICES!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL fc WINTER GOODS.
AT PETER EKTS STORE IN
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
just received from the eastern cilie-
and is now opening at the o.dtand
a splendid assortment of
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE !
His stock consists of Ladies Dress Goods,
choicest stales and latest fashions.
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS,
02. CE (23 IS3 1XL 22 03 S3
COOTS AND SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in a
Thu patronage of his old friends, and
the pubiis generally, is respectfully to
The highest market price paid forcoun
try prodr.ee. PETER ENT.
Liht Street, Nov. 11, 1863.
Pulmonary Consumption A
Curn'blc Disease !
THE undersigned having been restored
io health in a few weeks, by a very sim
ple remedy, after bavin? suffered several
years with a severe lun; arTection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious io
make known to hia fellow sufferers ihe
means of cure.
To all who desire l, he will send a copy
cf the prescription ued (free of charge),
with the directions for preparing and uin
ihe tame, which ihey will find a sure cute
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Coiiuhs. Colds, &c. The oi.ly object of the
advertiser in sending the Prescription i lo
benefit the afflicted, aud spread the infor
mation which lie conceives .lo be invalua
ble ; and he hopes every sufferer will try
his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
aud msy prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription wili
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON
Williamsbuh, Kings county, N. Y.
Sept, 23. 1863. 4mos.
Attorney at Lair
Office cn Main Street, Exchauge Block
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In the matter of the Jidministrution
account of Benjamin Bomboy and
Isaac Mantrt Administrators of
Isaac Vaneri late of Hemlock ttcp.t
Colombia county, dee'd.
fyiO the heirs of said Isaac Wagner,
1 dee'd : Take notice, that ihe under
pinned Auditor, appointed by ibe Orphans'
Court of Columbia county, at the Decern
ber term Ibereof, A. D. 1R63, to mako
disiribn'ion of the balance in the hands of
the Administrators, among the heirs of
said dee'd., will attend to ihe duties of hU
appointment at his office, in Blooms'iurg,
on Saturday the 23d day of January, A. D.
1864, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, when '
and where yon will attend it you think
proper. W. WIRT. Auditor,,
Bloomsburg, Dec. 16, 1863 S3.
In the Orphan's Court for the County
of Columbia ; Estate of John Ander
son t la'e of Scott twp., dee'd.
4 LL persons in'erested will take notice
XjLthai the undersigned appointed Audi
tor, by the Orphan's Court of Columbia
county, io make distribution of the balance
in the hands of Samuel Anderson, Admin"
istrator of John Anderon, dee'd , will
meet ihe parties at bis office, in Blooms
bur?, on Wednesday the 20th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1S64, at 10 o'clock, A. M. for
the purpose of his appointment, ben and
where all persons interested are requested
to present their claims or be debarred
from coming iu for a share of such assets.
E H. LITTLE, Auditor.
Dec. 16, 186352
Estate of Daniel Lecan. late of Roar
ingcreek twp., Columbia co., dee'd.
LETTERS of administration on the estate
ol Daniel Levan, late of Roarincreek
township, Columbia county, deceaeed, havo
been granted by the Register of Columbia
county, 'o John Levan of Koarincreek tp ,
and William Goodman of Locust twp., ia
said county. AH persons having claim
against the estata of the decedent are re
queMed io present them to the administra
tors for settlement without delay, and all
those indebted to the esta'e to make pay
ment forthwith to the a Imit.uirators.
JOHN LEVAN, ) , . .
WILLAIM GOODMAN Aam
Roaringcreek, Nov. 11, 1863. S2.
DISEASES of the Nervous. Seminal,
Urinary and Sexual Systems new and re
liable treatment in Reports of the HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION Sent by mail in
sealed, letter envekx.es, free of charae.
Address, Dr. J. SKILL1N HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, No. 2 South Niuth
S'ree! Ph'Iadelidiia, Pa.
Dec. 16, 1S63 ly.
IX BLOOMSBURG. COL. CO. PA.
t f IHE undefined would announce to the
public that he has refitted his SALOON
one door East of his BAKERY & CONFEC
TIONARY, cn Main Street. Bloomsbur";
and is prepared to accommodate both La
dies and rie ulemen. He is prepared to
furnish OYSTERS, WHOLESALE Si RE
i aIL, BY THE CAN OR OTHEUW ISE.
Novembei 25. 1863.
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE.
Pi-t-burh Commercial College.
Binhhmtin " "
Crittenden's " " Philadelphia,
Strat'.on, Bryant & Co., "
These Scrips, are iq amounts of S15 and
S50 and are as so much cash, by the Stu
dent on entering eiiher of tbe above Col
leges. Young men diring to obtain a
finibed Collegiate Education, will here
find a good speculation by applying at hi
cthce of the STAR OF THE NORTH.
Bloomsborg, Nov. 4, 1S63.
4 LL persons indeoied to the late firm ef
A AhUer Eer, Merchant in Bloom
burj, are hereby iiMifjfd. thai the Booki,
Notes and Account ol sid firm are in tha
ore for coMcdion. and must be settled
V the fir-l of October, without respect to
thoe concerned. ,.-,
MILLER & EYER.
lt!onnbn. A"?"- 25, 1S63 -
Ayeis Cherry Pectoral,