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STAR OF THE NORTH
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 24, 1864.
Jccg ELwttL bolJ Conrt this week at
Lap one, Sullivan County..
Ret. Gcorqb W. Scott, wilt preach in the
Baptist Chorch, in this place, on Sabbath
next at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and at
half past 6 in. the evening. '
, At present, Tuesday, we are enjoying
,ipring-like weather. Everything out doors
looks cheerful. - Indication are that wa will
bars an early Spring.
Wklci Wikt, Esqr., is absent for a few
lays, attending Coort in Sullivan County.
- Jcst So. The Springfield Republican
etys, "the attempt of tome of the adminis
tration papers to deny, cover up and ex
case the recently discovered frauds upon
the Government is monstrous, ft is as ab.
urd as it is wicked." Just so! Almost
as bad as ce fraud themselves.
Th Straday School Scholar of the M. E.
Chorch of this place., gave an exhibition on
Saturday evening last, at their Church ; the
proceeds of the exhibition we understand
were applied to the Missionary cause.
is publishing the property of jrG. Noble
in last week's Sua we gave more property
than the original levy set oat The altera
lida has been daiy made. Berwick Gazette
will please compare..
Ths Aboliiio nuts are doing all in their
power to slander Major Gck. George B.
McCf.CLt.tff. This popular General has the
Inside track for the next Presidency.
'That's what's Use irnatiar." They fear
tiro," and well laey may.
Job Wore. Any person wishing hand
bllis printed, with neatness and dispatch,
and upoa reasonable terms, will do well by
giving the Star ofSce a call. We are pre
pared and will engage to execute, any kind
of a job this section f country may de
taaod. - Dssibz. W. Roe si ss, of this place, has
jist received a new slock of superior liquors
which he will sell reasonable for cash. He
keeps constantly on hand all kinds of li
quors. Das deals 'man article fit to sell, to
Th Executor of the estate of Matthew
McDowell, deceased, offer for sale several
tr4Cts of real estate, besides Nescopeck
Bridge Stock, in the Star. Attention is di
reeled to the advertisement.
Washibgtos's birth day, the 22d of. Feb
ruary, was observed in this place by the
fir hie of cannon-for some 30 or. 40 rounds.
It was the work of tome of ocr returned
soldiers. The reports were heavy for so
smail a pipes. Aside from tbla, the day
passed as other days usoally have done.
In the evening the young enjoyed them
elves at J!jir Wm. B. Koojs, participa
ting in the exercises of a cotillion party.
Oca Qcota. Out cftizens are making ao
effort to raise bounty money enough to se
enre volunteers to fill the quota of the
Borough. A we go to press the probabili
ties are that tbejr wilj be successful. We
hope they may. Oiher localities would do
well to make a similar 3ort. The Govern-
lime. Beiwkk Gazette. " .
Post Omcs Appointments. The Post
Master General has lately made several
changes in the Post Offices in this county,
which seem proper and right. At the Forks,
Fuhingcreek twp., Mr Emahdus Unawgst
Las been appointed vice Sylvester Pealer.
At Roaringcreek, , Locust twp., Mr. Jacob
Ycageb has received the office vice William
Real. These changes no doubt are for the
better. ' There are several others in the co ,
which need straightening op, and not a
thousand miles from this place.
No Daiir in Bloom The citizens of this
township have at hut succeeded in avoid
ing the draft. The quota bar been raised
by Toluoteering ; and the boya are already
in the service. They received a bounty of
$250 each, besides the government bounty,
taw recruits. This township's quota was
44, which ia now made up and mustered
in service. -Other townships are doing like
. wise. Scott, - we a informedhas raised
her quota. The Bcr. of Berwick is raising
her number. ' -. "
Thi following are the officers elect for
the ensuing ;var in the Democratic Club,"
lately organized at this place ;
President Col. John G. Freeze.
Vice Presidents Peter Billmeyer, Martin
Secretaries Wesley Wirt, Esq , Alenl B.
Cor. Secretary Williamson H. Jicoby.
Treasurer Dr. Hiram C. Hower.
Librarian Stephen H. Miller.
Ino, Club colds its regular meetings on
tie 1st and 3d Tuesday evenings of each
raoath. The Club Rooms are directly over
S. II. Miller's Store. The Rooms are open
and lit up every evening, for those who
wish to spend a few hours in reading De ra
cer alio documents. No fee charged to be
cotne a member of . thU Association. The
Clsh already numbers Borne fifty member.
DTsa.the blind, man, gave "a musical
concert in the Court House, in this place,
on Monday evening last. The entertain
ment was cot as largely attended as it
weald have been had it been given on some
e:h.er evening. The party at the Exchange
sj dsabt kept quits a number away. Mr
X)tc3 tins well, 'and exscstes instrumental
fscfie in s mantr cot easily aarpai'sd.
JYeio Stock of Clothing.
FALL WINTER GOODS.
TNV1TES attention to bis stock of cheap
-"--and fashionable Clothing at his Store, on
MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
two doors above the American House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
Iflcn mid Boy's Clothing,
including the most fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRE.SS GOODS, ct usisVuig ot"
Box, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil CJotL
x Coats, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter Shawls; striped, figured and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stock, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy
. N B He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Cloths and
Yestings, which he is prepared to make up
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.
C3ceI11 v3eac&Dac5 S3
Ot every Description, Fine and Cheap.
His Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Clothina, Watches,. Jewelry,
&c. &e. DAVID LOWENBERij.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 3d, 1864..
"OARENTS making election of sons,
must have new papers prepared, and
presented previous to the draft. By orders
just received, old elections will not dt.
No other class of persons need report, be
fore the draft.
W. WIRT & CO ,
FIRST DOOR BELOW SLOAN S STORE:
Bloomsburg. January 13, 1864.
Old Things Become New,
The undersigned would beg leave to in
form his old friends, and "the rest of man
kind," that be has lately returned from the
service of his country, and again re
opened his O L D ESTABLISH- 1A
EDTAILO RING SA LOON, -ill.
with a view of making up emira new gar
ments, as well a mending old ones, fordl
mankind, and any body ele, who may
favor him with their work in bis line.
He is prepared to do work NEAT, Fash
10NABLE and SUBSTANTIAL, and hopes
by so doing, aod strict attention to business
to merit and receive a due share of patron
age, out remember, all, that these times
require money, or something to live upon,
he therefore hopes and tru?t, thai when
he ha done hi part, his customers will
do theirs, by furnishing the "reay John,"
or ready trade. For truly the "Laborer is
wortbv of his hire."
Bloomsburg, Sept. 10 1862.
Cheap Hat & Cap
Another Arriral or Goods.
Now is Tour Time to Buy.
I NOW SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER.
r f iHE undersigned having bought out the
I Grocery of David Stroup, has re;novel
his Hat and Cap Store up to Stroup's Old
Stand, where in addition to a superior as
SPRING AND SUMMER
Q. HATS aND CAPS,
Comprising every son and quality, which
will be sold at unusnally low prices.
He will continue trie-Grocery and Notion
business in all itrf forms as carried on by
Mr. Stroup And solicits a continuance of
the old customers.
ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS, M0R0CC0ES.
ar.ii LININGS to which he invns he at
teniiou oi Shoemakers and the ptihiic.
JOHN K. GIKTON.
BIoonsbnrg, Dec. 26, IR63. "
SlIIOL.UiSUIP FOR SALE.
Piitburgb Commercial College.
Crutenden's " . Philadelphia,
Strat'on, Bryant & Co., "
Tnse Scrips, are in amounts of $15 and
S50 and are as so much cah, by the Stu
dent on entering eiiher of the above Col
leges. Young men desiring to obtain a
finished Collegiate EJocation, will here
find a good speculation by applying' at the
office of the STAR OF THE NORTH.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 4, 1863.
Lack'a and Bloomsburg Railroad.
ON AND AFTER JAN.
SENGER TRAINS WILL
18, 1364, PAS
RUN AS FOL-
4.20 P. M.
Arrive al North'd.
. MOVING NORTH.
Leave North'd 8.00 A.M.
Arrive at Scranton,
Freight & Passenger leaves Bloomsburg,
Fassergers taking the Mail Train South
connect with the Express train from Nor
thumberland, arriving at Harrisburz at
2,30 A. il , Baltimore, 7,00 A. M. and at
Phi Pa. at 7,00 A.M. The Mail Train from
North'd, leaves immediately after the Ex
press train from Harrisborg at and Balti
more, allowing Passengers leaving Phila
delphia, at 10. 40 P. M. to reach points
on this road during the next forenoon.
New and elegant Sleeping cars accom
pany the night trains each way between
Northumberland and Baltimore, and Nor
thumberland and Philadelphia.
H. A. FUNDA, Supt. "
J. C. Wells, Gen'l Ticket Agent
Kingston, Feb. 3, 1864.
Selling off at Reduced
T. SHARPLESS, wishes to dispose of
his PRESENT STOCK of GOODS TO
READY PAY CUSTOMERS at REDUCED
Give him a call and examine his prices,
Bloomsburg, Jan. 6, 1863.
CLOTHING S T O R E,
Oa Main streetjtwodoorsabovethe'Amer-
SI1C RIFF'S SALES,
OYvinue of "several writB of venditioni
- exponas, to me directed, issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Columbia
county, will be exposed to public 6ale, at
the Court House, in Bloomsburii, on
SATURDAY THE 5TH OF MARCH 1864,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, the following
real estate, to wit: .
The one undivided one third part of - all
that certaiu lot of land situate in Orange
township Columbia co., bounded and de
scribed as follows, to wit : beginning at a
butternut in line of land late Matthew Mc
Dowell, thence by the same north ten de
grees we'. thirteen and o.-ie hall perches
to an elm, north twenty nine degrees west
twenty on and eight tenths to a white oak,
thence north t.ixly nine degrees east eleven
and five tenths to a maple, north sixty two
and one half degrees east and torly nine
perches to a rrraple, South three degrees
east eighteen parches to a h:ckory norh
thirty five degrees east thirteen perches to
a pine stump, north seventy seven de
grees east four p'erehes to a' stake, thence
by latid of Wm. White, south thir-y four
degrees west fifty four perches to a stake,
South sixty four degrees west twenty per
ches to a stone, thence by lands late of
Matthew McDowell, south eighty seven
degrees' west twenty five perches to a but
ternut the place of beginning, containing
Eight Acres more or less, the mot of
which is cleared land; whereupon is
erected a first clas
consisting of Slram Engine, engine bouse,
Shafting, and iron gearing, with maia
zine, dry house, and other nect-sary
buildings, the aforesaid buildings and ma
chinery are new and in good running, or
der; there is also a good
WATER POWER POWDER MILL,
with all the fixing ready for use, and a
two story Frame DweU'ng House and Sta
ble, wnh the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution ar.d to be
6old ab the property of Emanuel Lazarus.
A S O,
The one undivided one third part of all that
certain lot of ground situate in Orange
township, Columbia coun'y, bounded and
described as follows : Beginning at a But
ternut in line of land laid Matthew Mc
Dowell, thence by the same North ten de
grees west thirteen and one half perches
to an Elm, north twen'y nine degrees west
twenty one and eight tenths to a white oak,
thence north sixty nine degrees east Elev
en and fiv tenths to a Maple, north thirty
two and one half degrees east and forty
nine perches to a maple, south three de
grees east eighteen perches to a hickory,
north thirty five degrees at thirteen per
ches to a phie tumpv north severity seven
degress east four perches to a stake.thence
by land ot Wm. White, sooth thirty four
degrees wet filty four perches to a stake,
south sixty five degiees west twenty perch
es to a stone, thence by lands late of Mat
thew M'-Dowell south eighly seven de
grees wei twenty five perches to a But
ternut the place of beginning, containing
Eight acres more or less, the most of
twhich vs cleared land; whereupon are
erected a fuM Hrs
POWDER MILL, .
consisting ot Steam Enaine, Engine Hnnse,
Shafting, and Iron Gearing, with Masa
zine, dry house, and other necessary build
ings, the aforesaid buildings and machin
ery are new and in good running order;
there i also a good
WATER POWER POWDER MILL,
with ajl the fitting ready for use, and a
two Story Frame Dwelling House and sta
b'e, with thu appunenance.
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold a the property of J. S. Woods.
The one undivided one third part of all
that certain lot of land situate in Orange
township, Columbia coontv, bounded and
described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a
butwnuf in luie of land late Mat' hew
McDowell, thence by the same North ten
degrees wei thirteen and one half perches
to an elm, Nonh twenty nine degrees wel
twenty oie and eight tenths to a white oak,
them e north sixty nin decrees east eleven
and five im ths to a manle, north thirty two
and one hult degrees eal and forty nine
perche in a "maple, souih three tlajree
easi eighteen perches to a hickory, nortf)
thirty five dgtee? eal thirteen perch to
a pine sjump, north twenty sevt-n .degree
east four pvrches to a stake, ihencw by
lands of Wm White, s'u'h thirty tour de
grees west fifty four perches to a stake,
south six'y five degrees west twenty perch
es to a stfne, thence by land li'e of Mat
thew McDowell .souti eighty sveti cie
grees weM twenty five perches to a Bui
iernut the place of beginning, cotnair.ing
Eiahi Ai res more or les, the most of
which is cleared laud, whereon are erected
a First Class
consisting of Steam Engine, engine honse,
hafting and Iron Geatisg, with magazine,
rdry hou-e, and oihef nece-csry building;
the aforesaid buildings and machinery are
new an j iti good running order, ihere is
also a good
WATER POWER POWDER MILL.
wiih all the fixings ready lor iioe, and a
Two Story Frame Dwelling House and .sta
ble, wifh ihe appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of William Fisher.
AUithat certain lot of ground situate in
Orangville, Columbia county, being in
front one hundred and two feet, more or
less, and in debth one hundred and seven
teen feet, bounded and described as fol
lows, to wit : On the west by Main Street,
on the north by lot Alexander Hughes, on
the eat by the late Isaiah Conner, and on
the sooth by lot of Samuel Everilt, where
on are erected a large two Story
ItirifK DWELLING H0ESE ?
a large Frame Store and ware f: jij
honsA. and a sood MaDie ana t-
wood house, w;h all the ap -iln ii .J
Seized, taken in execution and to be
aold as the property of Emanuel Lazarus.
All the following described lots of land
situated in Centre township. Columbia Co ,
lot No. 1, known as the Hutton lot, be
ginning at a stone in line to land ol Low
& Brothers; ihence by the same south 7,
west lour pnrches to a stone; tbance north
29j, west ten parches to a stone; Ihence
by land of H. C. Freas, north 7l degrees,
east four porches to a stone; thence by
land la.e of Andrew Hagenbocb, &ou:h 29 j
east ten purches to beginning, containing
forty purches, whereon is erected a lime
kiln, lot No. 2, known as the Torby and
Deiiterich lot, the undivided half part of a
lot of lime-stone laud, beginning at a
stone in line to laod of Low & Brother;
thence south 7j, west four purches to a
stone; thence by land of the la'.e Andrew
Hagenbuch, No. 26$, west-teu purches to
a stone; thence by land of H. C. Freas. No.
71 i, east four purches to a stone; thfcnce
south 29$, east ten porche to the begin
ning, containing forty purches, whereon
is erected a lime kiln and lime house, lot
No. 3, lot of lime-stone land, known as
the Henry G. Miller lot, bounded by land
of tLajiry C. Barton, oo Um oortb by led
' . A- . Tr-T--- j
known as Kirkendall's quarry,-on the east (
by land of ks. VV. M. .Low on the bouih,
and by land ot Freas and Bowman on the
west, containing about thr e-eights of an
acre; there is on the premises a frame
dwelling house one story end a half high,
lime kiin and lime house and a small frame
stable, lot No, lour, being house and lot
bounded by lot of L. W. Woolley,- on the
north by Freeze and Bowman, on the-east
by the L. & B. Railroad, on the south by
the public highway from Centrevills to
Berwick on the weet, containing about
one-eighth of an acre, whereon is erected
a frame dwelling house and a frame stable,
lot No. 5, being a lot of land known as the
wharf 'ot, begi-ming at the berm-bank of
the North Brunch canal, a! ihe corner ol a
lot of John Shellham mei; thence up tlm
said canal on the bank thereof, Na 76J E.
eight purches to the corner of a lot r:f John
Hutton; thence along ih same 80$ west
6e.ven pnrches to land of L. W. Woolley;
thcoce along the same south 76J west 8
purches to the corner of a wharf, lot ol
John Shellhamer, along said lot south, 80$
east, seven purches to the corner on the
berm bank of the canal, the place of be
ginning, containing fifty-six sqoare purch
es more or les. Lot No. hix, known as
the stone lot, bounded as fjllows to wit:
Beginning in fie centre of the public road
leading from the canal in the lime quarry;
ihence by land of the heirs of Isaac Lo,
deceased, No. 68, east 6 5-10 purches to
another lot of defendant; ttience by the
same, No. 35 west four porches to land
late of John Freas & Co; thence along the
said and a lot of the defendant south 5ft,
west 6 5 10 purches to the centre of the
public road aforesaid; thence along the
Centre ol the said , public road south 35,
east four purches to the place of begin
ning, containing' fwen(y-f feqoare purches
strict measure. Iot No seven, also one
other lot of ground bounded nd described
as follows: Beginning at a stone, thence
north 30, east above the road 2 8 10 purch
es to a stone; thence by land of Isaac Low,
deceased, north 47, west eight porches to
a stone; thence south 30 west along land
of the said Isaac Low, deceased, one
purch to a etfSne or corner of land ot Levi
Kirkendall & Co.; ihence by the same
south 36, east 8 5-10 purches to (he begin-,
ning. containing fifteen purches more or
less. Lot No. 8, also one other lot of
land bounded and described as follows to
wit: Beginning al the east corner ot Ihe
barn on the line of land belonging to the
heirs ot Isaac Low, deceased; thence 35
west 30$ purches along land of Levi Kirk
endall. & Co., to the land of the heirs of
Isaac Low, deceaed: thence by the tame
south 78, 6 8-10 purchffs to other laud of!
defendant; thence by the same sooth 35 )
east 39 uurch.js to land of the heirs of Isaac !
t Aoo...a. tKo,.n. k., 1 k a
U'j w wc 4.1 1 r w w i f 1110 riuio tiviiii
68, east 6 7-10 purches to the place of be
ginning, containing one act and eighty
chree purches and seven-tenths of a purch.
Lot No. 9, also the undivided eighths of
the well and pump lot, eight feet square
with the well in the centre thereof, situate
near the above last described lot ot one
acre, 83 7 10 purches, and used to accom
modate ihe house &c. All of the above
lots situate in the said township of centre,
Seized, taken in execution and to be
told as thti property of Richard Torby.
All that certain lot of ground situate in
the village of Benton, Benton township,
Columbia Co., containing one-fourth acre
more or leM, bounded and described as
follows to wit: On the south by lot ol H.
W. Bangs, on ihe west by an alley, on ihe
north by lot ol Krickbauui, on the eat by
Ihe main street, whereon are erected a
good frame two story dwelling house, and
frame stable, with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of 4me G Noble.
JOSIAH H. FUF.MAN, Shertrf.
Sheriff Otfic, )
Bloomsburg, Feb. 3,lh64. J
Estate of Henry M. Jihline, deceased:
LETTERS of Adminisiraiion 00 trp e
tate ol Henry M Dt'-'ine, Ime of Md
ison township, Columl:?a county .deceased,
have beeii granterl try the Roister of si t
?ounty, to J.ihr Dddin, who reside- m
Limestone lownship, Mntur county. All
persons having claim aaittKi the estate ot
tne decedent are requ'd " make ihem
known to th Administrator wi hotit delaj,
and ail person indebted in lite e'aie srf
requested to make, payment immediately
to the tin Jersigtied.
JOHN DtLIMXE, Admr.
January 6, 184. . 52
Estate of Henri 'Kitchen, deceased.
LETTERS of Arfiwioistraiioa on the E
tate of yHenrJ Kitchen, late of Green
wood township, Columbia eouuty, decM.
have been cuntec by ihe Register of said
Coun'y 10 the undersigned who reide in
'he same township. Ail perons having
claims against ihe Estate of the decedent
are requested to present them for settle
ment to the Administrator without delay,
all those indebted to the estate to make
URIAH R. HARRAR, ) Armry.
RICHAlfD KITCHEN, Aa m
Dec. 23, l8636w.-$2 00
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
THE undersigned being a regularly "li
censed Auctioneer," hereby offers his ser
vices as such, to all who may feel disposed
togivehima call. His great experience
in the business, will enable him to render
satisfaction to his cusiomers. At the same
lime he cautions all Actioneers, not licens
ed, from following said calling, as the fine
fixed by the U. S. Till surely be imposed,
and the law carried out 10 its full eitent.
All persons desiring to obtain my services,
will please inform me to that effect before
Ihey advertise. i. U. RICE, Auc'r.
Light Street, Nov. 16, 1863.
BIoomliir, Columbia Co.,
flne subsribar, proprietor of the above
named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive orders for all kinds of
machinery, for COLLERIES, BLAST FL'R
N AC ES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESHI.MG MACHINES, &c, &c.
He is ali?o prepared to make Stoves, all
6izes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His exlansive facilities and practical
workman, watrant him in receiving the
largest contracts on the most reasonable
CF Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
ZST Thin establishment is located near
the Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
BLANKS ! BLANKS ! BLANKS i I
of proper &desirablefonns,fosale at the
bfti,"tof ofthe North."
INVALID SOLDIER NATIONAL HOME
5 8 5 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
OP THE K-
The Most Complete and Magnificent
f far Exhibition F.xtant.
Dsrotedlo raising Funds for a Na
100,000 TICKETS, AT St EACH. .
A DOS A TICK of $34,720 in ValvaVe Prop,
etlytothe Ticktt Holders.
JOSIAH PERHAM, Agent for the Pro
prietors, has the honor to announce a plan
lor creating a fund for the 'founding of a
National Institution, to he a home for lu
valid, disabled, discharged soldiers.
The original 'timber of Tickets issued
for this object was 100,000. one third of
whirh have been already disposed of in
Boston, Mass. where the enterprise was
Each "of the One Dollar Ticket is good
for Four Admissions to the Mammoth
MIRKOR OF THE REBELLION,
at ooo hroailwav, lew York Uity, or
wherever else exhibited.
0.e half of the profits of the entire sale
will be exclusively devoted and donated
to the above named patriotic objec t,
Arcording to the original advertised
plan, a Mass Meeting of the ticket hold
ers was held in Faoenil Hall, Boston, on
Nov., 4th,and an adjourned meeting al
ihe same place on Dae, 16th. The fol
lowing named gentlemen were elected as
a Board of Trustees, to receive Ihe funds
which may accrue from the novel enter
prise, and to appropriate the same to this
object in accordance with the plans of the
originator ; Gen. John S. Tyler, Brston:
his Excellency Governor James Y. Smith,
of Rhode (-land: Hon. Geo Briggs of New
York ; bis Excellency Gov. A.G. Curtin of
Pennsylvania; Major Gen N. P. Banks, of
Mass., Major Gen. O. O. Howard of Maine;
his Excellency Gov. Richard Yates, of
To speedily accomplish this great ob
ject, every wise means will be used by
the projector tb effect the immediate sale
of the tickets; and he calls upon the loyal
and humane to assist earnestly in catrytng
this noble undertaking forward to a triutn
. Neither its importance, nor its feasi-
uit.iy, can cmieu ... 4uC-..uu.
Peoi,e .bu; Pd in a spirit
tne nroiict, ana no oostaciea
Making Ihe proposition in good faith,
and ready to devote his whole energies to
Ihe great work, the projector firmly be
lieves the tide of popular lavor will flow
in th desired direction, and accomplish
the founding and insure the creation of a
permanent National Institution, which
shall be an asylum for the retired soldier,
whose loss of health or limb is his diplo
ma for heroic services performed in his
country's cause, and which shall go down
to ihe future generations a blessing 10 man
kind and an enduring monument to Ihe
liberality of the loyal people.
Bv combining this enterprise with a
public place of amusement oi such well
established high character and merit, the
snbctiber to ihe fund, while giving his
money for the promotion of a great char
itaole design, may receive a lull equiva
lent for (he outlay in witnessing this
splendid series of Paintings.
ATTARACTIVE BOUNTY TO PUR
CHASER. To effect the speediest possible sale of
these tickets, so that unnecessary expense
may bis aveJ, and the National Home
Fund proportionately increased, a further
inducement is offered as a oounty to pur
chaser. As soon as ihe tickets shall have been
sold, in addition to one ha'.f the prfirs, as
ai'-resai. 1 the following describe! prop
ert tl be donated 10 the ticket holders,
?r.J .daced m the hands of their Trustees,
a di-unci board having been chosen for
t!.a: purpose, at the ma meeting held
a af"iv Mated, anil A-hich consists ofthe
follow r g gentlemen who, on receipt ol
Hie proK.-ly, will di-pnse ofthe same, by
o', or rvherw tne ticket holders in
ma- ii e-tiij may direct ih-re to be no
violation of law in Mich disposal : Hon. C.
O- Roner. Hon C! VV , SUck . Gen. Bct
Ciwdm Col. A J Wr-ght. Jhu C Ha
nes. Esq., ol Boston, Johua Webster Eq.,
r.f Maptevtll". M i" , Isaac S. Morse Esq ,
of Cambridge, Miisa.
SCHEDULE OF DONATION PROPERTY
To u hith the 7 iclot-holders uitl be
One genteel residence, in the City
ot Kojtl-tiry. Mass. vahjed at $10 000
Three Piano fort, val. at ?500 each 1,500
Five piano-for-es, val. a' S300 each 1,500
Five Gold Watches, at 5100 each, 500
Fitly Guld Watches, at S50 each, 2,500
Two shares in Ihe Bo'on and Wor
cester Railroad, a' SI30 each, 260
Two shares in the Boston and Maine
R R. valued at f 130 each, 260
Two shares in the Merchants' Bank,
Boston, al 5100 each, 200
Six thousand'Gold Union Medals
valued at S3 each, 18,000
Two Sewing Machines, at S50.eacb, 100
. Total, S34.720
Due notice will be given of the next
mass meeting of ihe ticket holders which
will lake place in New York City.
A National Home Ticket, costing one
dollar, consists of five coupons, lour of
which are admissions to the Mirror, good
at any time, and !h other a certificate of
an interest in the Enterprise, which the
purchaser ret an s.
The admi-iioti coupon may be used sep
arately, or all at once, as suns the conve
nience of the purchaser.
All communications on the subject, and
all orders for tickets by mail, or exoress,
should be directed to JOSIAH PERHAM,
Agent, 585 Broadway, New York City.
Persons taking an active interest in this
charitable undertaking, by getting up
clubs, will receive eleven tickets for every
ten dollars sent.
Jan. 20, 1864
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 envelopes, free of chare.
Address, Dr. J. SK1LL1N HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, No. 2 South Niuth
S'reei Philadelphia, Pa.
Dec. 16, 1869 ly.
ALL persons having claims of EXEMP
TION from the DRAFT, can have their
papers promptly and carefully drawn by
calling at the Office of the undersigned, in
Bloomsburg, .Columbia eoonty, Penn'a.
QfAu, Second Door West of tne Court Ho esc.
MICHAEL F. EYERLX
THE SINGER SEWIXO MACHINES.
OUR Letter A Famdy bewing Machine is
fast gaining a world-wide reputation It
is beyond doubt the best and cheapest and
most beautiful of all Family Sewing Ma
chines yet offered to the public. No other
Family Sewing Marhine has so many use
ful appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tuckitig, Gathering, Guagtng, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, and so forth. No
otfier Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity lor a great variety of work. It will
sew all kinds of c.lo;h, and with all kinds of
thread. Great and recent improvement
Tiake onr Family - Sewing Machine most
reliable, and most durable, and most cer
tain in action at a'l rates of speed. It
makes the intsrlocked stitch, which is the
besd stitch known. Any one. even of the
most ordinary capacity,can see, at a glance
how to use the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are finished in chaste and exquisite 6iyle.
The Folding Cae 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 spaciou
and substantial table to sustain the work.
While some of the Cases, made out of the
choicest woods, are finished in the sim-
i i - . i
x)iei auu cnastesi manner possioie, oiner
rwJre adorned and embelished in the most
costly and superb manner.
Ii is absolutely necessary to see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to judge of
its great capacity and beauty.
It is fast 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 Pamphlet.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE.810 Ch'estnut'St.
N. S. Tingley, Agent, in Espy, Pa.
A. J. Evans, Agent, in Bloomsburg.
Nov. 11, 1863.
16,-i A- J
NEW-YOUK SAFE DEPOT
71 tfVlium Street, New York.
Size and Prices of Lillie's Fire-Proof
Height. Widlh. Depth.
No. 1 24 20 20
No. 2 26 22 24
No. 3 30 24 ff 24
No. 4 32 28 ' 24
No. 5 34 31 24
No. 6 40 31 24
Ileifrht. Width. ' Depth.
No. 1 17 11 12
No. 2 19 13$ 12
No. 3 21 15 12
No. 4 22 18 1
No. 5 24 21 14
No. 6 31 21 15
' PRICC. PRICK.
Number 1 S50 C'O I Number 4 $5 00
do 2 60 00 I do 5 100 00
do 3 70 00 do 6 115 00
November 1 I, 1863.
MORE MEN WANTED.
TO QUELL REBELLION!
RE VOLUTION IN HIGH PRICES!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FAT,!, & WINTER GOODS.
. AT PETER ENTS STORE INj
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
FTAS just received from the eastern cities
and is now opening at the old stand
a splendid assortment of
3Zl zs ce Oa si m dl 2. zz d& 0
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE !
Hi stock consists of Ladies Dress Goods,
r-hnirext s'sles and latest fashions.
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS, &C.;
. KENTUCKY JEANS
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of his old friends, and
ihe public generally, is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Nov. 11, 1863.
OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
fl'HE subscriber has just returned from
the Cities with another large and select
assort ment of
FALL & WIftTEtt GOODS,
purchased al Philadelphia and New York,
at the lowest figure, and which he is
determined rosell on as moderate terms as
can be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
His stock comprises
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of the choicest styles and Iatel fashions.
CZi3 a ce o ipfl S3a
CEDAR WARE, HOLLOW-WARE,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c, fkc.
In short, everything usually kept in country
stores; to which he invites the public gener-
allv. - " . "
The h'tghesi price will be paid for coun
trv produce, in exchange for goods. -
- . STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 6, 1861.
Attorney at Law
Offies on Main Stveet, First door below
A i. yoan'i Stor. Doc 13, UXM
TGE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. .
We do not believe that even in this agv
ofcheap publications any work -Can ba
more rpRona'le than the terras of the
Scientific American - at 22 per annum
with 25 per cent, discount tor clubs of IO
to form a yearly volume of 832 pages
quarto, with an immense number of origw
nal engravings of patanted machines! valu
able inventions, and objects of scientific V
interest. There is not an industrial rnrsijf
which doe hot receive a-share of its at
tention. It contains ofIi-rl list c( pmeQi
claims, important statistics, practical re
cipes for domestic purposes and has long
stood, both -in this country atiu in Furopa
as the highest authority 'irr the meehanie
arts and siences. There 1 no publication
more valuable to the farmer, the miller,
the engineer, ihe iron founder Ihe mechaa
ic, or the manufacturer. We have never
opened a number withoot learning some
thing we never knew beforeend obtaining
valuable inlormation for the benefit of our
readers. The Publishers, Messrs. Muna
& Co , of 27 Park Row, New York, have
deserved the success which Ihey have
achieved. No one sbcnld visit that city
without calling at their palatial establish
ment, which is a museum of inventlva
genius, collected from the entire world.
If auy of our friends do not know this work
and will take our advice, thev will mail SI .
and become subscribers immediate! ,or
by applying to the PublUhTs they can ob
tain a specimen copy grais, which will be
sure to confirm the truth of our recommendation."
TERRIBLE DISCLOSURES !
Secrets For lite JTlillon !
most valuable and wondertul publU
cation. A work ol 400 paces, and
30 colored engravings. DR. HUNTER'S .
VADEMCUM,an original and popular
treatise on Man and Wcman, their Phys
iology, Functions, and Sexual disorders of
every kind, with Never-Failing Remedies
for their speedy cure. The practice of
Dr. HUNTER has long been, and stilt is,
unbounded, but at the earnest solicitation
numberous persons, be ha been induced
to extend his nedical usefulness through
the medium of his "VADEMECUM.". II.
is a volume that should be in the hands of
every family in the land, as a preventive of
secret vices, of as a gnide for the allevia
lion of one of (he most awfol and destrao
live scourges ever visited mankind. On
copy, seourelv enveloped, will be forwa
ded free ot postage to any part of the Uni
ted States for 50 cents in P. O. stamps, 11
copies for 81. Address, post paid, Drv
HUNTER, No. 3 Division Street, New
Sept. 9. 1863.
A SPLENDID STEEL PLATE MEZZOS
JNT ENGRAVING OF
Kijor-CeDeral Georse B. IcGlcllaa,
On the Battle Field of
Size or Picture 19$ bv 34 icafe
rTHE Original Painting was made from
life, to order of the Publisher, by hs
celebrated Artist, C. Schussele. Esq.,(wbo
ia the only one the General sa tol. It
represents him on his celebrated horn
Daniel Webster, presented to him by tk
citizens of Cincinnati,) taking an orser
vation of the field, in the latier part of th
day, as the Rebels were falling back. Ia
the fore grcund are seen the desolat'ons of
thebatile broken uns, shattered treee,
&c In the distancol amongst ihe smola
and dust, are Maff officers, artillery,-cavalry
and infantry. The whole picture Ls
an admirable composition, aad di$pIayshA
rara gnios rf the Ar;if.t.
FRIC E O F THE F.NGRAV1 NG.
Single copy, to one address, ?3 00
Two copies 5 00
Three, " 6 00
Sent by mail post-paid.
Persons acting as Agents and ordering
one copy at three dollars, can have 6ob
stquenl ones at two dollars each. Travel
ing Canvassers ordering largely, will t0
supplied on ItPeral terms. Address
JOHN DAINTY", Publisher
Jl7 South Six-th St., Philadelphia.
Jan. 13, 1861. .
Estate of Daniel Lev an, late of Roar
ins;crerk ticp., Columbia co., dee'd.
LETTERS ot administration on the estate)
of Daniel Levan, late of Roaringcreek
township, Columbia county, deceased, hava
been granted by the Register of Columbia
county, to John Levan of Roaringcreek tp
and William Goodman of Locust twp , in
said county. Ail persons having claims
against the estate of the decedent are re
quested to present them to the adminirlrs
tors for settlement without delay, and all
those indebted to the eMaie to make pay
ment fori h with to the administrators.
JOHN LEVAN. )
Roaringcreek, Nov. 11, 1863. ?2.
TVeiv Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
'F'' undersigned respectfully inform
his friends and the public generally,
that he has jusi received from the Eastern
Citie", a large assortment of
Fall $ Winter
Fresh from the t-eat of Fashion, of all
sorts, sizes and quantities, which will ba
sold cheap lor cash or country produce
A L S O,
HATS & CAPS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Together with a variety of no
lions and things too troublesome to numer
ate, to which he invites ihe attention of pur
EST" He is also prepared to make up
clothing to order, on reasonable terms,
and up to the latest fashions.
f3CaII aad examine our stock of proJav
ANDREW J. EVANS.
. BIoomsbnTfx, Dec. 2, 1363.
IN BLOOMSBURG, COL. CO. PA.
rHE undersigned would announce to the
public that he haa refitted his SALOON
one door East of his BAKERY & CON FEC
TIONARY, on Main Street. Bloomsburgj
and is prepared lo accommodate both La
dies ami Geitlemen. He i prepared to
furnish OYSTERS, WHOLESALE & RE
TAIL, BY THK CAN OR OTHERWISE.
November 25, 1863. '
ALL person innehed to tbe late firm of
Miller $ Eyer, Merchants in Blooms
burg, are hereby notified, that the Books,
Notes and Accounts of said firm are in tb
S'ore for collection, and most be settled
by ihe first otOctorjfcr, without respect t&
.MILLER & F.YF.R- - '
Bloomsburg, Augut 2, RI.