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STAH OF THE NORTH
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APR. tf, 1864.
A load or' par wood will b taken at
tbisotlice ou stbscriptiou to tUe Star,
Thb Applicants lor Tavern Licenses at
the May' .Term of Court will be published in
our next paper. ;
..' .Tuerk is bol one pnnbuer in our County
Jail ai p re-en l and that one is ayoong girl,
arrested opbuihe charge uf thefl.
Mr. Rabb, of Scott town, is about to open
a S;ore, a few door above onr office, tor-
.rnerlj occupied as an Express office, by Mr.
: Hon. John C. Ell. ha our renewed and
sincere thanks tor Legislative Kccordi and
other docuraeutarv favors. - .
Mr..Hcmry Kuuc will le found carrying
oa the boot and shoe making business in
one of the front room oi Mr Simou Shive's
large budding on Main Street.
'." Hon. II uk rt XV. Trct. M C, will please
accept' our thanks for thai package seut m,
of choice garden peed.".
' Thk Star of tiik Nohth can be had for
$1,75 p. t aoflum in advance. .
All communications sent us for publica
tion mn!t be accompanied by the author's
real uaui to insure an insertion.
.Thekb will be preaching iti the Baptist
Church on Sabbath next, at 10 o'clock in
ttie mornina, and 7 o'clock in ihe eveuitig,
by the Her. George XV. Scott.
; Horsr Bills neatly printed at this office
Give us a call. X7e work cheap tor cash,
- - - --m - .
Ma Akdrkw Solidkr, Bool and Shoe
Maker, of this place has removed hi place
o! boiines to the shop loimerly occupied
i'j Mr. KTime on Main Street.
Ma. Lixcolm inform the coun'ry that it
i 'eaier to pay a smell amount than a
-farse oi.e !"' W'uo ever thought ot that be-
Treasiehi's sale ol seated and un-ea'ed
lands will be advertised hi nexiweek Star
There are qniie a large amount of taxes
doe the Trea-urer.to raise which the lane's
will be cold if not paid.
' E M. McNeiil, President of the.Lacka
wanna & Bloomsburg Railroad, will pleas
accept our thanks for a yearly 4 Free Pass"
ou said road.
Jcssk Colkmss, E-q. rro:honotry ot
Columbia County removed tr.m Orana
tille to this place on Tuesday lat. Mr
Colkmak mkin2 a most capital officer;
asiMed in his office by Hamkl kk. -q.
Blanks We will inform oar readerr
thai we keep on hand all kind of blank
Iieeds, Bo iUt Petitions and Bonis lor
Tavsrn Liceues, Justice1 and Corij.taMeV
Mai ks ot every deacrip iou . Summons, E
ecotjor.s, Notes of hand. School Order,
The army news ii not of much iniere-i
the past few days. A synops-i will be found
in il is pa pet oi what as been done in the
different departments the past week. Thi
Army of the Potomac is imII commanded
by that heroc and , sallant officer who-e
i.ame is Mttnic McCl.llan, Grant, an'
. Mkaic are ihe best General ever in com
mand ol the Federal-arms. So far as taking
liichtnond isconcered, McCiellan is h ad
aud shoulders above all others.
David LowkbkiiG. ot this place, was ap
poinlfd Delegate Jo thd Chicago Democrat
IC Convention, which- assembles on the 4th
of July next. The iit of Dflegnes to that
Convention, as appointed by oir late State
'Convention, will be loond on the 6rt pae
of to-day's Star CouJohk F. Mtxs. of
Bradford, is the other Delegate with Mr.
LowKsBEttO. from this Congressional Dis
trict. -Ther are both McClellan men.
" A rrw wtrxs sine, we pave notice to
' tboe knowing themselves in arrears, on
subscription and advertising, to come for
ward and pay us, io order that we might be
able to meet our debts on the firt-of April.
The 1st has passed and gone, and sorry to
.say, bat few have responded to our request
There are several hundred on oor book
owing os from one dollar op to t, which
"if collected together would relieve as ot all
our pecuniary difficulties so necessary in
, publishing a newspaper- Sustain the Dern
Votratic pros and yoa do your part in pre
serving the principle and measares U.m!
which our-country prospered more than a
century in such a degree secoiid to no other
.in the world. -
-.- The Brailfbtd Reporter and the Columlia
County RepHfJican are pitching into Henrt
' W.TkACT, M. kind of'canine fashion :
one snaps at bira and then the other soaps
ai him; and so they continue lb keep ii up
Bat in sDite of their snarlin" aud suappinz,
be seems to be inside of the rinj: with the
party in power at Washington. These two
cijger organs would have their readers be
lieve that he belonged with, the "Copper
heads" or the Democratic party, bnt they
neglect showing their followers that he voles
with the administration party upon every
radical measure. ...
I sformatios Wahted. Mrs. Elizabeth
Joaes" of VV-lliamsport,. i desirous of ob
taining information relative to her son, Hen
tj B. Jones, a young man aged about nine
teen years. lie was formerly & br&keraan
oa the P. & E. Railroadand has disappear
ed onder such circumstances as to cause
his mother to fear thai some violence, has
teen done hire. He was last heard of at
Kcpert. Any information concerning him
.will be thankfully received by bis aged
mo.ler, and the press will tlo ber a kind
ness by passing this noiico around.
y f. ih ,1 I 1 mew row. ."KJijA
Q ROVE R 56 BAKER'S
CrLIBBATKD ELASTIC STITCH
Were awarded the highest Premiums over
all Competitors, at the following State
and County Fair of 1863.
NEW YORK STATE FAIR.
First Premium for family Machine.
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
First Premium for Machine Work .
INDIANA STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Machine for all purposes
First Premium (or Machine Work
VERMONT STATE FAIR.
Fir.t Premium for Family Machine.
First Premium lor Man ufaciu ring Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
OHIO STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Machine Work
IOWA STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine ,
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
Firi Premium for Mi bine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE E AIR.
First Premium for Machine for all purposes
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
F rst Pre tn mm frr Machine for all purpose
Frisi Premium for Machine Work,
MICAIGAN STATE FAIR..
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
F:rM I'reaiiu.Ti for Family Macfiine
Firs; Premium lor Mat-hut') Work
PENN'A STATE FAIR .
J F'nt Premium lor Man niacin ring Machine
fnst rrnmium lor .iacntiie worx
OREGON STATE FAIR.
Firsn Premium for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
CHITTENDEN CO. Vt. AGR'L SOC.
first Premium lor Family Machine
First Premium for Manal&cturing Mac! ine
FirM Premium for Machine Work.
FRANKLIN CO N Y, FAIR.
First Premium lor Family Machine.
Fri Premium for Manufa;iuriii2 Mn-hine
CHAMPLA1N VALLEY Vt. AG'L SOC.
FirM Premium for Family Machine
First Premium tor Manulacturins; Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
HAMPDEN CO, Mass AG'L SOC.
Diploma lor Family Machine.
Diploma for Machine Woik.
WASHINGTON CO, N Y FAIR.
First P:emuiin for Famil) Machine
QUEENS CO N Y. FAIR
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium lor Man ufaclurin Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
SARATOGA CO N Y, FAIR.
First Premium tor Family Machine
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Pa. FAIR.
Kirs: Premium for Machine for all purposes
First Premium lor Machine Work
GREENFIELD O, UNION FAIR.
Firt Premium for Family Machine
Fust premium lor Machine Work.
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR.
Firs; Premium for Family Machine
Firt Preminm for Machine.
MONTGOMERY CO Pa, FAIR.
Fi st Premium lor Machine for all purposes
Fir! Premium tor Machine Work.
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cal FAIR - -
Fust Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT Cal FAIR.
Fufl Premium for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
Jg3Tne above comprises all the Fairs
ai which the-Grover & Baker Machine
were exhibited this vear.
Sales-rooms, 495 Broadway, New York.
730 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
March 23, 1864 ly.
Lisrof Catyes for May Term, 1864
1 Pilip Wintersteen vs Val Wintersieen.
2 Henry WelN v Georse Kinly.
3 David Levi for the ore J V L Dewitt b
San.uel L Bet.ie.
4 Elj'h Mt-Mortrie vs Christian Wolf.
5 Loma McGowen'vs Elizabeth Dal i us.
6 J .cob Harris vs Peter Jacoby.
7 Geore Huahes, el al vs J V. Criswell.
X David Reinbold vs Michael Grover.
9 Rebecc Vanderslice vs Geo Dodson.
10 XV. L Psetiberu-er et a! vs C. XVrolt et a'.
It Daniel F. Seybert vs Renhen Nicely.
12 B. F, Reighart & Bro. vs Silas D. Edga.
13 Rebecca Transue vs XVm. Transue.
,14 Jacob Terwilliger vs Thomas Aleredith.
to D. H Bosart el al vs XV. Denniscn et al.
16 David Achenbuch John Wardin.
17 S)lv. J Faux (use) vs B. F. Reiahard.
18 John (iioer vs Richard B. Menaah. .
19 G Lonenberaer et at vs Joshua Kobbin
ton a'ndVilliim Boyles.
20 Henry Gilmer vs Moore Creveling.
21 Com. for Hie use of Elijah Horn, et al vs
22 Pine School Directors vsA.J Maminj
23 John AUegar for nse of his wife Sarah
A. vm Jrhn Y. Allear.
24 Enos L Adams vs Daniel F Seybert et a'
25 Samnel XVilliam vs C H Deiterich el al
26 B F Reighard vs Elizabeth Vansicle e al
27 Luke Roan use of Anna Reg'ma Roan
vs Charles H Deiterich.
28 James L Dunn for use ol Henry Frick
vs John P Brock et al.
Prothonotarv 'a Office, ) Prothy.
Bloomsbunr, Mar. 23 1864. J
w - at r M II? . i
Cattail Issa Rail Road Company.
XVilliamsport, Pa. March 1st, 1864.
The Public are respectfully notified thai
after this date Passengers will be car
rTed between New York and Williamapor
by the "CaUawissa Line," via, Easion
and Manch Chunk, as follows:
New York. XV illiam sport.
Leave 120 Noon, . Arrive 1 45 A M
- No change of Cars.
" 6.00 A M. . " 7.30 P M
XVilliamsport. New York.
Leave 7 40 AM Arrive 10 15 P M
" 9 15 P M ' 10 15 A M
No change of Cars.
Aso between Philadelphia and Will
ism sport, via. Bethlehem and Mauch
Chunk, as follows
Phil'a. (North Penn
Leave 7 00 A M
Leave 7 00 A M
Q is P M .
Arrive 7.30 P M
Arrive 8 35 P M
" 9 20 A M
GEO. XVEBB, Sup'U
March 23, 1864 tc.
BUSKS ! CLANKS ! BLANKS ! 1
4 EXECUTIONS, SUBFCEAS,
of proper & des:rablefonas,fosaIe al the
nace bfthe'tar of the North-" ,
Ju$t issued by -CAKIaETOrV,
N E VV Y OR K.
Epes Sargents areat Novel, roncernins
which there has been more talk and speculation,-"perhaps,
thau. about any other
book issued lor jears. The thrilling and
extraordinary facts with which the author
has become acquainted have been thrown
into a plot and story so startling bold, and
vet so truthlu I, so tender and so gentle,
that every reader who begins it must be
fascinated with its unflasins interest.. It
is selling like wild fire. Price $1.50.
Embracing his eapital new uovel, "Was
he Successful, " one of the best fictions of
the season. Price 81 50-
XVas he Successful, Sail Leger.
Undercurrents, In The Tropic,
Student Life Abroad,
RENAN'S LIFE OF JESUS
A translation of M. Ernest. Kenan's re
markable work, just issued in Paris. where
the excitement and sensation are so great
concerning its subj-vjl and author, that al
ready thousands ol copies of ihe costly
Freeh edition have been sold. It has
been extravagantly censured; bnt its most
severe ciitics do i.ot deny the wonderful
power, brilliancy, and ability 'tisplayeJ
upon every page of ihebook. Price $1. 50.
DR CUMMING'S WORKS
Embracing his new work ''The Great
Consummation," which is attracting so
mnch attention in England. Price 5fl 00.
The Great Tribulation. .
The Great Preparation.'
The Great Consummation.
LIGHT ON SHADOWED PATHS
By T. S. Arthur. The popularity and
interest about this deliahtfol new work, by
Mr. Arthur, are steadily increasing. It is
one til the pleasantest ol recent publica
tions, and will find its wi) into " thousand
and thousands of families, where domes
tic f-tories ot a iure and unexceptionable
influence are welcomed. Price cl.25.
NOVEI BY AUTHOR '"RUTLEDGE."
Embracing the - splendid r ew novel
"Frank XVarnngton," which is selling to
rapidly. Price $1.50
Rnt'edae, Frank Warrington,
The Sutherlands, Louie.
VICTOR HUGO A LIFE
One of the most charming and entane-
ing volumes that has ever issued from the
French Press. French, dramatic, graphic,
Hi.d lively, it abounds ith - the same de-
iigltlfol interest tha maite"Les Miserable"
o vtcuderfnlly attractive. No reader ol
thai marvellous romance can remain sat
isfied wiihoui its companion, "The S'ory
I Victor Hugo's Lile." One handsome
ivo.. cloth bound. Price Si 25.
MRS. HOLMES NOVELS'
Embracing her charminsi new novel
"Marian Giey," which is so popular thro'
out the country. Price 1 25.
THE MERCHANTS OF NEW YORK.
A Second Series ofa very interestinc and
curious book, by Walter Barrett, Clerk.
Reminiscences, anecdotis, "wits, humor,
lively personal sketches, private and pub
lie gossip about Ihe old merchants of New
York City a little bit of everything arid
not loo much of anything. The first vol
utiia had an immense sale last year, and
the Second Series is now ready. One ele
gant cloth bound volume. Price SI. 50.
A I.oiijj Look Ahead,
How Could He Help It,
I've Been Thinking,
Liko And Unlike, -True
to The Last,
. To Love and to be Loved,
The Star and the Cloud,
Time and Tide.
THE ART OF CONVERSATION.
XVith direction for Sell Culture. A
book of information, amusement, and in
struction. Teaching the art ol conversing
with ease and propriety, and setiii:; forth
ihe literary knowledge requisite to appear
to advantage in good society. Price 81.00
TALES FROM THE OPERAS.
A faacinaiins little volume of Novelties
based upon the most celebrated and fami
liar Operas giving the plot of each opera
in the agreeable form of an interesting and
attractive story. Price $1.00.
THE HABITS OF GOOD SOCIETY.
A Hand-Book lor Ladies and Gentlemen;
with hints and anecdo.es concerning nice
points of tasl, aood manner", and the art
of makins oneself agreeable Reprinted
from the London edition, whicji is the best
and most enteitaining book on the subject
ever published. l2mo , cloth bound. Price.
By Mis Augusta Evan. One of the
very best American novels ever published
Its sale increa.e day by day, and already
30,000 copies have been sold. Price $1.50.
" VERDANT GREEN.
The popular, rollicking, humorous slory
of College Life in Oxford University, Eng
land, with nearly 200 comic illustrations.
Reprinted from ihe London edition. A
book overflowing with wit, anecdote, and
ludicrous adventure. Price S1.25.
These books are cold by atl first class
booksellers, and will be carefully sent by
mail, postage prepaid, on receipt of price,
by GEO. XV. CARLETON, Publisher.
No 413 Broadway, New, York.
. March 9, 1864.
ALL person interested till mite notice
that the undemaned.appoited Auditor by
the Orphan's Court of Colutbia County, to
make distribution of the blance in hands
of Lewis Yetter, Executonf the last will
and Testament-of Daniel Kistler, late of
Catawissa township, decased, amongst
the legatees, will meet the Parties interest
ed for that porpose, al his frfice in Blooms
burg, at 10 o'clock A. M., n Saturday the
16th day of April next, when and where
they may attend if they thitk proper.
ROB'T F. CARK, Auditor.
February 15, 1864 17
THE undersigned Auditor, appointed by
the Orphan's Court f Colnmbia County, to
make distribution pmong-t the I'teu credi
tors of Joseph R. Paxton, .of lh monies
mieed by the bhI of the real estate of
Joeph Paxton de.-.'d., arid 'paid into Court,
hereby gives notice thaf he will attend to
the duties of disappointment, nl his office
in Bloomt-burg, on Saturday, the 23.1 day
of April next, a? 10 o'clock A. M., when
at.d where all persons interested may at
tend if thev think proper.
ROBERT F. CLARK, Auditor.
"Fh. 25. ISM 4t.
Auditor s Notice.
In Ihe matter cflhe Estate of Johnwn Linden,
, iate of Biiurcrtek tp.t Columbia county, de'erf.
THE undersigned, an Auditor appointed
by the Orphan's Court of Columbia county,
to distribute the balance in the hands of the
Administrator of Johnson Linden, dee'ed,
will attend to the duties of hi appoint
ment at his Office, in , Berwick, on MON
DAY, THE llth DAY OF APRIL, 1864,
at 10 o'clock, A. M , at which time and
place all persons interested are notified to
present their claims- or be debarred from
coming in on said balance.
MILTON M, TRAUGH,
Berwick, March 7, 1864. $2. Auditor.
THE NElf GROCERY STOiSE.
Just rcccit:il at ErusmusWew Store.
- , ..Tobaco,
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a ureal vrieiy of notions
&c, loo numerous io mention.
CVBuiter. Eggs. JMeat and produce gen
erally taken in exchange for tools.
A. B. ERASMUS.
Bloomsburg. Feb. 29, 1864
Cheap lint Cap
Another ArriTnl of dioods
Now i Your Time to liny.
I NOW SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER.
TIHE undersigned having bought out the
JL Grocery ot David Stroup, has re roved
his Hal and Cap Store up to Slronp's Old
Stand, where iu addition to a superior as
SPRINQ AND SUMMER
HATS aND (JARS,
Comprising every soil and quality, which
will be sold at unusually low prices.
He will continue the Grocery aud Notion
business in all its forms as carried on by
Mr. Stroup And solicits a continuance of
the old customers.
ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
ar.il LININGS to which he invites the at
tention ot Shoemakers and the public.
Bloons'burg, Dec. 26, 1863.
New Stock of Clothing.
FALL 6o WINTER GOODS.
I NVH ES at ention to his stock of cheap
and fashionable Clothing al his Store, or
MJJ1X STREET, JiLOOMSJiUnG.
two doors afwve the Jimtrican House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
ITIen and ISoy's. Clothing,
including 'he nost fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
Box, Sack, Frock f Gum and Oil Cloth
Coats, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors.. He also has
replenished his already large stock ol Fall
and Winter Shawls; striped, flgu;ed 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
Vestings, which he is prepared lo make up
to order, into any kind ol clothing on very
short notice aud iu the best of manner.
All his clothing is maJe lo wear and mosl
of it is oi home manufacture.
ii? ri TZ9
Ol every Description, Fine and Cheap.
Hi Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment ol Clothina,' XVatches, Jewelry,
&c. &c. DAVID LOWENBERi.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 3d, 1864.
For the Fruit, Flotter and Kitcheji Gar-
1864. The 1864.
W. G. P. BRINCKLOE, Publisher.
Office : 23 North Sixth Sl., Phil'a.
TKKMS $ 1 50 A YEAR.
T II O ITI A S n E E II A W.
THE MOXTHLY CONTENTS ARE:
Hints Flower Garden and Tleasure
Ground j Fruit Garden j Vegetable Garden;
Communications. Embracing the views
of the best writers on Horticulture Agri
culture, and Roral Affairs.
Editorial Giving the Editor's views on
the important Agricultural improvements
Scrapt and Queries New Fruits New
Plants Domestic arid Foreign Intelligence
Foreign Correspondence Horticultural
With each Department handsomely il
lustrated. . '-.
fliHEs-E general features will be enter-
tained asd the publisher pledges him
self that no labor or exfense shall be spar
ed to render the succeeding issues of the
Magazine every way worthy of the favor
wilh which his previous efforts have been
amply rewarded. SeitJ lor a Specimen.
February 24, 1861.
Lack'a aud Bloomsburg Railroad.
ON AND AFTER JAN. 18, 1364, PAS
SENGER TRAIN WILL RUN AS FOL-LfXVS-
4.20 P M
Arrive at North'd
Leave North'd '
Arrive at Scranton,
r retsht &i Va-senger
10 15 A M
Pasergers taking the Mail Traiu South
connect with the Express train from Nor
thumberland, arriving -.it Ha rrsbiirr at
2.30 A M . Baltimore, 7 00 A. M. ami at
Phil', at 7,00 A.M. The Mail Train from
North'd, leaves immediately after the Ex
press train from Harrisbura at and Haiti
moref allowing Passenuers leaving Phila
delphia, at 10 40 P. M. to reach points
on this road during the next lorenoon.
New and elegant Sleeping cars accom
pany the night trains ewch way between
Northumberland and Baltimore, and Nor
thumberland and Philadelphia.
H. A. FUNDA, Supt.
J. C. Welts, Gen I Ticket Aicnt
Kinaston, Feb 3. 864. .
Volunteer ami Coixscripls !
To Soldier or any others wi-h'mg to in
crease their income, there is no belterway
of doios to at this time, than I nun ihe sale
of our Wa'ches They are warranted as
"Particularly valuable for officers in the
Army ami traveler." Frank Leslie's, Feb
"Prettiest, best and cheapest lrepiefe
ever orTered." N Y llluitrattd News, Jan
4 Very profv and durable XVatches foi
the Army.:'-1-N Y Anny & Navy Joum.
Government Oran, Aus,20.
"One of ihe oldest and most reliable
houses in business. "Loukville Ky , Jour
mil Jnl 21.
MAGIC TIME OBSERVER?.
Reins: a Hunting or Open Face for Lady's
or Gentlemen's, Wa'ch Compared,
with Patent Sell XX'inding
Improvement, a most
Pleasing Novell y
ONE OF THE PRETTIEST, MOST CON
VENIENT, AND decidedly the be.l
and cheapest time-piece for general and
relialle uj-e as eve offered. It has within
it coiitucied with its maohiiurv, its own
winding atfachment, rendering a key en
tirely unnecessary The cases of this
Waich are composed of two mtaN, the
outer one be'ma fii.e 16 carat gold. It has
the improved ruby action lever movement,
and is warranted an accurate time-piece
Price, superbly engraved, per case of hid
dozen, S204. Sample Watches, iu t.ei
morocco Boxes, 35.
Silver VVnttihcs !
Firt Class Hunting Time-Pieces for acc
racy of movement, beauty of ma
terial, ami above all, cheap
ness in price, these
w-tches must insure
bation. An imitation so faultless that it can hard
ly be detected by ihe most experience'
judges. The material being of two metals
the outer on first quality Sterling Silvei
while the inner one is German Silver, i
cannot be recognized by cutting or heav
enstravinz, making it, not only in appear
ance, but in durability, the best reseri -blance
of Solid Sterling Silvers in exi.-t
The sale of these XVatches in the Army
is a source of enormous profit, reldiling, a
they very readily tlo. at S25 and upward
Many hundred dollars can be made in a
single pay day by any one of ordinary
CiT AT WHOLESALE ONLY ! In hea
vy hunting ca-es, beautifully engraved
wh'ne enamel dial, and fancy cut hand,
in good running order, by the half dozen,
Sfifi. S ild only by the cate of six !
Upon receipt of two dollar. a guaran
tee of good !aiih, we will send watches by
express to any part of the loyal States,
collecting balance ot bill on delivery. This
ensure1 buyers against fraud, giving ih?m
their watches before payment is required.
Soldiers in ihe disloyal States muM remit
Cash in advance, as the express compan
ies ppremp'orily refu-e making co'.lectionv
in n.ch dangeious localities. Remember,
Cash in advance from within the army
lines in rebel States ! X'e Guarantee the
safe delivery ol all Watches, whether the"
are sent by mail or express.
HUBBARD BROS.. Sole Import
171 Broadwav, cor. Cortlandt St. N. Y.
Fb. 24, 1864.
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE.
Pitlsbnrgh Commercial College.
Binglibmitn " "
Crittenden's " Philadelphia.
Strap.on, Bryant & Co., '
These Scrips, are in amounts of ?15 and
?50 aud arc as fo much eah, by the Stu
dent on enteringeiiher of the above Col
leges. Young men ileiring to obtain a
finished Collegiate Education, will here
find a good speculation by applying a? the
clhce ol the STAR OF THE NORTH.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 4, 1S63.
Estate of John Evans, late of Iiloom
ticp., Columbia co , deceased.
THE undersigned, Auditor appointed by
the Orphan's Court ol Columbia county to
make distribution of the fund in the hands
of Benjamin F. Hartmari, Administrator ol
the estate of John Evan, deceased, among
the heirs of said decedent, will attend to
the duties of his appointment at his olfice.
in Bloomsburg, on Salnrday the IS h clay
of April, A. D., 1864, at 10 o'clock iti ihe
forenoon, when and where von will attend
if you think proper. WESLEY XV1RT,
March 16, 1864 4t. Auditor.
XXI1U.11 II .HAY COtSCEKN.
THE undersigned being a regularly "li
censed Auctioneer," hereby offers his ser
vices as such, to all who may feel disposed
to give him a call. His great experience
in le business, will enable him to render
satisfaction to his customers. Al the same
time he Cautions all Actianeers, not licens
ed, from following said calling, as the fine
fixed by the U- S. ill sorely be imposed,
and the law carried out to its foil extent.
All persons desiring to obtain my services,
will pleae inform me to that effect before
they advertise. J. D. RICE, Auc'r.
Light Street, Nov. IS, 1863.
C LO THING S TOR E,
(On Main streetjtwodoorfabovcthc'Aincr-
; . PERIIAM'S
INVALID SOLDIER NATIONAL UOME
586 B ROADWAY NEW YOR K.
7 II K
MIRROR OP SHE RZ-
The Mont Complete and Magnificent
fFar Exhibition Extant
Devo d lo rafsi g Funds for a Na
100,000 TICKETS, AT $1 EACH
A UOSA 'I ICN o 34 720 in Valuable Prop,
lily to the Ticket lloldeit.
JOSIAH PERI1AM, Agent for the Pro
prietnrs. has the honor to announce a plan
for creating u fund lor the ioundmg ol a
National Institution, lo be a homo lor Iu
valid, disabled, discharged soldier.
The original su ruber of Tickets issued
for this object was 100,0(0 one third ol
which have beeu already disposed of in
Boston, Mass. w here the enterprise as
Each ol the One Dolh.r Ticket is good
for Four Admissions to the Mammoth
MIRBOR OF THE REBELLION,
at 585 Broadway, New York City, or
wherever else exhibited.
One half of the profits of ihe entire sale
will be exclusively devoted and donated
to the above named patriotic object.
According to the original adverti-ed
plan, a Mass Meeting ol the ticket hold
er was held in Fanenil Hall, Boston, on
Nov., 4i ti, and an adjourned meeting at
i,e same place ou Dec, 16th. The fol
lowing named gentlemen were elected as
a Board of Trustees, io receive Ihe (und
which may accrue Irorn the novel enter
prise, and to appropriate the same to this
object in accordance with the plans of the
originator ; Gen John S. Tyler, Boston:
hts Excellency Governor James Y. Smith,
of Rhode 1 -land; Hon.Oeo Briggs of New
York ; his Excellency Gov. A.G. Curtin of
Pettnsy Ivania; Major (Jen N. P. Banks, c
Mass., Major Gen. ()- O. Howard of Maine:
his Excelleccy Gov. Richard Yates, of
To speedily accomplish this great ob
ject, every wise means will be used by
the projector to effect the immediate sale
of the tickets; and he calls upon the loy al
and humane to assist earnestly in carrying
this noble undertaking forward to a trium
Nsidier its importance, nor its feasi
bildy, can be called i u question. Lei ihe
people but respond in a spirit worthy oj
the project, and no obstacles shll delay
Making the proposition in good faith,
and ready to devote his whole energies lo
the area! work, the projector firmly be
lieves the tide ol popular tavor will (low
in the- desired direction, and accomplish
the loundiog and insure the creation of a
permanent National Institution, which
.-hail be an asylum for the retired soldier.
hose loss of health or limb i hi dtplo
ma for heroic services performed in his
country 's cause, and which shall go down
to the future generations a blesingto man
kind and an enduring monument to the
liberality ot the loyal people.
By comoinii.g this enterprise with a
public place ol amusement ol such well
established high character and merit, the
siibsctiber to t lie fund, while tiing his
inonry lor the promotion of a great char
ita'ole design, may receive a lull equiva
lent for the outlay in witnessing this
splendid series of Paintings.
ATTAR ACTIVE BOUNTY TO PUR
CHASER. To effect the speediest possible sale of
these tickets, so that unnecessary expense
may be saved, and the National Home
Fund proportionately increased, a further
inducement is offered as a oounly to pur
chaser. A soon as the tickets shall have beefl
old, in addition to one half the profits, as
atoresaid the following described prop
erty will be donated to Ihe ticket holders,
and placed in the hands ol theii Trustees,
a distinct board having been chosen fur
that purpose, at ihe mass meetings held
as above staled, and a hich consists of the
lollowit g gentlemen who, on receipt ot
the property, will dispose of the same, by
lot, or otherwise, as me ticket holders in
mas meeting may direct there to tie no
violation of law in such disposal : Hon. C
O- Rogers. Hon. C. XV, Slack. Gen. B.U.
Cowdin.Cnl. A J Wr.ghi, John C Hay
ues. Esq., ol Boston, Jchua XXVb-ner E-q..
of Mapleville, Mas- , Isaac S. Morse E-q ,
of Cambridge, Mass.
SCHEDULE OF DONATION PROPERTY
To tchuh the Tkkft-holders trill bt
One gen'eel reside.nce in the City
ot Robury. Mas-, val ie at 810 000
Three Piano forts, val. at S500 each 1 500
Five piano-fortes, val. at S306 ech 1,500
Five Gold XVatches, at SI00 each, 500
Filly Gold XVatche", at 50 each, 2,500
Two shares in Ihe Boston and XVor-
cesier Railroad, a Sl30each, 260
Two shares in the Ronton and Maine
R R. valued at $133 each, 260
Two shares in the Merchants' Batik,
Boston, at 3100 each,
Six thousand Gold-Union MeCals
valued at S3 each, 18,000
Two Sewing Machines, at S50 each, 100
Due notice will be g'nen of the next
mass meeiins of the ticket holders which
will take place in New York City.
A National Home Ticket, costing one
dollar, consist of five coupons, lour ot
which are admissions to ihe Mirror, good
al any time, and th" other certificate ot
an interest in the Enterprise, which the
The udinistoM coupon may be n-ed sep
arately, or nil al once, as suits the conve
nience of the purchaser.
AH commutiica'.ions on the subject, and
all orders for tickets by mail, or expre-,
should be directed to JOSIAH TERIIAM,
Agent, 5S5 Broadway. New York City.
Persons taking an active interest in this
charitable nuderoking, by getting o'p
clubs, will receive eleven tickets lor every
e:i do'Iars sent.
J tft. 20, 164
I!looiii!.bur, Columbia Co.,
'Ine subsribjr, proprietor of the above
iiametlext fiisive establis hmeni, is now
preparell to receive orders for all kinda of
machinery, for COLLER1ES. BLAST FI R
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILL
THRESHIMG MACHINES, &c, &.c.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, al
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extansive facilities and practical
workman, wairaO him in receiving the
largest contracts op the most reasonable
ty Grain of all kinJs will be taken in
exchange for castin".
(7 This establishment is located near
f lie Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9. 1863.
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINES.
OUR Leiter A Fam.U Sewing Machine ii
fast vtaihiitg a world-wide reputation. It
is beyond doubt ihe bst and et.eapesl nd
most beautiful of all Family Sewing M
chines vet olfered to the public. No Other
Mar-li'm hart fo manV m
i Inl aopiiances for Hemmum, Binding, toll
I irtg, Tucking. Gathering, Gnaglne, Bra.dir.
! Embroidering. Cording, and so lojth. N"
I other Familv Sewing Machine has so much
capacity lor a greal variety of work. It
sew all kinds ol clt. h. an 1 with all. kinds
thread. Great and jecej.t improvrweiit
make onr Family Sewing -.Machine' loost
reliable, ami mosi durable. t and most cer
tain in action at nil rates of sveed.- It
makes the it, isrlocked Milch, which is the
best stitch known. Any '"e. even of the
most onltt ary capaci'y ,can M?e. a', a gUn-e
how to Use Ihe letter A Fair.iiv Sewi.iir
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machine
are fini-hed in chaste and exquisite slyle.
The Folding Ca-e of the Family Ma
chine i a piece ol tiiiinin: workmanship
al tt.e must useful kind. It protects the nj.t
chine hen not in use, atut when about to
be operated may be opened as a spacions
ami sub-tantial talb to si.stairi ihe work.
XX'hile some ol the Caes. rnaJe out of ihe
cNoicesi woods, are fini-hed in ihe sim
plest a-td chastexi maimer possthle, others
are. adorned and embelisheU 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 bec oming as popular for family
sewiii" as our Manufacturing machines are
lor manufacturing purposes.
The Blanch Olfices aie well supplied with
silk tw ist, thread, needles, oil, etc , of the
very best quality.
Send lor a Pamt'h'e'.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO ,
45H Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE KI0 Chesinut Si.
N. S. Ttnuley. Anent, in Espy , Pa.
A. J. Evans, Aeul, in Bloomsburg.
Nov. 11, 1PH3.
piS A FES,
NRW YORK SAVE DEPOT
71 UVfiam Street, Vw Fork.
Size and Prices of LilUe's Firc-Proff
O U T S I
No 1 24
No 2 26
No 3 30
No 4 32
No 5 .31
No 6 40
I N S I D
S5u 00 I
60 00 I
70 00 j
I I, IS3.
Oflffe Oflfl MORE MEN XV ANTED.
OUU,UUU xo QUELL REBELLION!
II VOLUTION IN HIGH PRICES!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FAIiL A: UINTCU GOODS.
AT PETER ENT'S STORK IN
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
fTAS just received from the eastern cilie
and is. now opening al the old stand
a splendid assortment of
cs it cs Da si m cQ 3. a tia 9
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OH COUNTRY PRODUCE.!
His stock consi-ts of Ladies Dre Goods,
choicest stales and laieet fashion.
ii INCH A MS.
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS.
C SSI ME RES,
COTTON A IKS,
HARD XV A RE,
rr qr, rv rv&r " . ,r.
BOOTS AX1) SU0LS, HATS aiid CAPS,
In short everything usu-i'.ly kepi in a
The patronage of his old friend, ami
the public generally, is respectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER EKT.
Liuhi Street, Nov. 11, bH3.
OF FALL AND HTNTEIl GOODS.
'JXJIE subscriber ha just returned from
- ttie Cities w ith another large and select
FA A: WlATIIi: GOOI)S
purchased ai Philadelphia ind New York,
at the lowest fume, ami which he i
determined to sell ou as modera'e'terrrts a
can be procured el-ewhere iu BloomsLdfg.
Hi stock comprises
Ladies' Dress Goods,
of Ihe choicest ty les and latest fashions.
CZi C2 & CS IT Q & S3 a
11 A RD WAR K. Q U E E N S XV ARE,
CEDAR 'AVtE. HOLLOW-WARE,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c , &c.
In short, every ihina usnallv kepi in country
store.-; to which he invites the public gener
ally. The highest price will be paid forcotm
try prodnce, iu exchann for good.
STEPHEN 11. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 6, 1361.
Attorney at I-aiT.
BLOOSlSBURG, PA . -Office,
on Main Snec, Fii-t door l idov
A. J.S!caa' Stjte,. Dec 3, 1W4