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STAR OF THE NOTLTR
' TfXiMlS ARCI'T TftnTJ A fOEtnv
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.V DIiO ON SSJ tl G3 PA;:-
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WEDNESDAY MORNING, APR. 20, 1864.
? . A load or cbt woob will' be taken at
this otlice bo t ubseription'to the Star.
4 ' . :.--..--
. Attchtiom is directed to the ueir -isdver-Hisements
m to day ' STia. . s .'
ThTcm'ccatic Aswtunov of. this place
ts' -egIiar rt eetfngs on the 'first and
third, ToeV'V.iy evenings of, e ery 'mondv
,T-Se- Room it .open "every evening for those
'who wish io'epend.a few hour iu reading
newspapers ami 'D-jraccraiic documents.- i
v tDiifu by "la. JoiinXT. RiKS.-John C
Rives, the pu Wither, of he Congressional
Globe, died l hi, raeidence near Washing-
loo on Monday!--, alter a' protracted sick
'liesa, in '.he 7th jearof his age. '
: Oca colornns'have been pver-taxed'wiib
.advertising lor the past Uyr weeks,, thca
-xrloJing from-our paper it usual variety
'of D8wi.' Our read-'ra will bear with 'us a
'lew weeks, in
.will te again '.
this emergency," when we
able to 'give oar; general
- TifE GDSrfCR'4 MoNTiiLTH published ir
'Thiladelphia. by V. jP. Brinckloe, at
.81 50 a year is on our table. ..The, work U
-interesting, and contains a . great ,. deal of
valuable reading for the farmer and garden
It ia worth' doable the subscription
"price. V .' " . ;
"B SrnHNKR, ccufettioner of this place,
braughi into the market oa Thursday jat,
lle first -Shd of the sea-owhTch sold,
'ranging in prices from 50 to 75 cents Apiece.
Notwithstanding their being "'pretty salty"
"fur "fresh fish," they sold, very feadUj-7-U'
concluded we wouldn't eat any under
a week r two.
m m i
W understand that Mr. Ekoch Howctt
-late of ihe"EpyVlotel, jn this 'co'unty,1 has
removeti tu jhamok iri, Yforth'lcnd- connty,
where he has taken charge of and is Jteep
tn a fitst-cUfs hcoie.-. 'Sir.'Howell knowt
"ovb lo ktep a liotcl VV wi$h him auccess
4u his new place of business. .
" ; Naw School We are pleased to ;Iearxi
"jtt'at the new school, 'fate y established at
"Orangeville, ondet the ao.ipices'of Paor
"B Pattow, ia tneeiine with grea,ter encoor--erneot
than was anticipated. The school
5 filling up finely,, and bid fair to be ett
;.lirely acccessful. ?Pner. Pattom posneses
'the abiiitiea to make the new 'school at
'Orscgevifce 'a i)rlc.'ass insiitution of
( Oua oang merchant, LlotdT. SHAii?ies,
. ha-iast Vpa fleefel tho eiceei" assortment
, ' n." if.!. ?
of Spring Gasdin th.a immedrate ricinity.
e win not undertake to enumerate arti- i
- ' I
c'es. but canunt refrain from directing atten '
tioo to ibe asbortment of Balmoral Skirts,
which ae the most beautiful erer t!Tered
it this section. See adferiurueiit in to Jay's
.Tut coittnirsious of the following oarheJ
r er.iIe.Tisiiv newfy al?cieJ Jutlices ol the
.Peaee, in . Columbia jCounty, are. in the
hands of the Register viz : William Fritz,
Ojanga ; Lewis Vetier, Caltawissa ; P.' K
'11 e be in. Locust ; Jacob Harris, 'H-'infock ;
lsac M'Kam'ey, Scoli; Wcr. Kiiuctob Briar
Vreek; Samuel Rhone, Benton : Samuel
r .' ' v. " 1
NeybarJ, :"Ciiire '; Dauiel Reinbold,
Bssr Tiiie to Vim Hoots'. Experi
' menu bare indicated thai paint on aiiifa-
Ves exposed to1 the sun will be much more
''-durable if applied . in autumn or spring,
than if put on during hot weather. ,. In coM
weather U dries slowly, forms a hard, sloa-
y coat, tough like glass ; wbile if ap'plied
in warm weather, the oil strikes into the
-..-- .-'.. '
. wood, . leaving the paint so dry thai il is
i rapidly beaten or7 by raius.
-f '-' FstsH Aattsat, ir Naw Goors We
rteasure in anaoaccing to the citizens of
Columbia ronntr, generally, that Mr. Di
. vid LowaBcaa has recently ret cruel from
bs cities of New York and Philadelphia
" wi'Jx a large ind scperibr stock of Spring
aud Sntomer Goods, whicTi he will sell
' cheap for cash, made up into the most fafh
y looable clothing, to order, or onrriade. He
Vl3 keep lor sals handsome jewelty.-
Give him a cali, oa 'Main Strset. Blooms
,'fcarg.athis old establifhmenu t
w IsirjaTAST WiTaass. A wag of an Triah
, man called up in Court as. i witness in a
.ertain suit pending, give his evidence, re
galing o the conversation he had had with
' "one of tli'e parifea cdncerned, aa follows :
V " Pat," said he ; 'Wbat said I; -'Here,"
jiiiid he , Where," ead I ; 'It's cowW,"
aid he ; "Faith and it is," said I ; "O,
r oo I" said he , "Ah P said 1 The l?irel
aid be ; "Whew !" said" I ; and itat'a all
ke told me on the subject. .; . . ..
LoDotj) in Jaxt- Oa Friday evening last,
.a man by the same of Rcdbcs H. TacAuia,
was lodged in jail at ihis place, oo the
charge of Having stofsrt a horse from Clis
TUB j)lU(RHLL, III rilliLlin ivrp., ou IU
.evecingof the 6tb iast. v The thief had ta
kso the horse to Mahanoy City, Schoylkill
eoaaty, . disposed of it lor St5; and returned
immediately to his place of residence, in
or about Catawi'sa. tie was identified as
it . ' i. . : . L I -1
which, we understand',' aia'de a confession
f the matter. '
b Fridar last, the body of Sam'l Adams,
of Locust township, Columbia county, was
" faocd lying id si small tfcoS, hear his place
cf rssidence, .'ifeitsi. A Coroner's Jury
was usrneditafy s'aiamoneJ W ho'J an in-j-?Jt
otti thai tody, and the finding of
hich was, that he caiot by Jifs death from
iia efTdCts ttf fall, the 'side of his face
and ea'J bearr.g marks of a eevere braise.'
11 -j was a ta!3ble and qaietcttizenlr leav
- a facnilj," viJi conaiderafeji eatals; sd
Estate of damuti JXdams, deceased.
f ETTERSof Administration on the es-
i tate of Samuel Adam, late or Locum
township, Colombia couniy,. -deceased,
It.ive been "ranted by , the Register of said
county, to 1-eonard Adams ai-d Mayberry
Hughes, bo'th residing . in, the township
and county aforesaid. Alt persons'haying,
claims against the estate,of the decedent
are requested to -preseiit them for set de
ment to trie adnriiiistrators, and those in
debted to the estate will make payment to
Ihem without delay..
LEONARD ADAMS, - ,,.,'
- , MABERRY HUGHES, l A?m
Locust l wp., April 20, 1864. 6w. S2.
v Administrator's Notice.. .
Estate 'of Daniel S.IcHenr, dec'd.
T ETTERS testamentary on the Estate ot j
Uanrel - McHenry, lale o Jacnon
township, Columbia Cotinty, .decaed,
have been granted by the Register jbf faid
coun.yr to Rohr McHenry. residing in the
township of Benton, Columbia irpunty.
Ali persous "having claims naii.f.the e
iae ot the decedent aTe reqoefied, ta pre
sent the m duly authenticated, tq tbe adrnin
ihifaior for se tleriieil ai;4 thofe indebted
to the estate are required to make payment
to him forthwith. V ..
ROHR McHENRY, Ad,mr.
Benton twp;, April 80, 1864. 6w. $2
srRirvG iWD summer.
THE nnd,ersighed would respectfully an
r"T "oupce to the public that she
i lull .VOtfA.Vu.l Ian f ll .
'yV . J" :"" w.vv, muiii iM.g,
CHBicrii cxiea tier uc uaiiy larun
and wellj-splertl asuo-tinent f SPRING
,A'KD SUMMER M1LLINERY.G00DS, all
ot wbirh h ta. p'repared.io make-up ano
sell as cheap ascai be bouhi elsewhere
Hi eorxls are a 'little so perior in-point of
vtuiabi(ity. as well as taste fullness to any
o$tri in this section. .: Call- arid examine
hef i00f lor yourcelves.
MARY BARK LEY.
Bloornsburg, April 2P; 1864. ,.. .
K THE Greatest. Inproemenl yet in the
bewmg Machine Art.. A curiosity wort!)
Please' send for cfrrular with 'sample of
sewing. ? -i. : .
. These Improved .- Machines saje one
hnnilreJ per cent, of thread and. ilk, and
make the lock stitch alike On boll). aides.
: .They require tio.jnsixucJions.to Operate
petecijYt except tne.v pnnwa. n i recti oni s."
No change in. sewiDg from one kind of
gols tot another, .. . . .. ' .
And-j.O taking apart to eleaa O' oil.
. Our. New JVI no factory, is now complete,
wilh all its machinery .and , tools entirely
I new, au,itia already rapidly turning. jO.u.1
Machine,' wtich for beauty ')d perfecuon
o fi'iti'h are not ui passed by an inanulac-
tore in the world.
N. .B. Should any Machine ptovo wnsat
,i.faciorv, it CdQ be returned . aud money
Agents wapted ia counties not canvassed
by qur own Agent.,
. FhSKLE &LYON S. M.0,
t' ... No. 538 Broadway, New York.
April 20, 1864. ly.
"charl.es G. BAR KLE Yr
Atlorne'y. at Law,
BLOfJilSiJtltGCOLtaiBIA CO., PA.
7ILL practice in the several Courts of
Columbia county. All legal biTjne
inlruMed to his cjTj shall receive prompt
attention . .
O F F I C Ev On Miti Street, Exchange
Buildi:iT over Miller's Stwre. - -
; Arril 13. 1864.
HdU AKfcS ASSOtliTiO.W
. - DISEASES of the Nervous. Seminal,
UrMiary'and Sexual Svttem--i.e w aud re
liable irea'nienj)a Imports of. the H0V
AilD ASSOCIATION Sent by mail in
eealed letter euvelote, free i of cliarae.
Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
S'reet Philadelphia, Pa. ' '
Dec. 161863 ly.
... - Jl TTF. NT ION!
TO ALL U'lluai IT 31AV tOSCEK.T.
THE undersigned being a regularly "U
censed Auctioneer," hereby offers his ser
vices as sucb, to afl who may feel disposed
to give him a call. His great experience
in the business, w-ill enable him to render
satisfaction to his 'customers. At the same
time he cautions all Actioneers not licens
ed, from following said calling, ss the fine
fixed by the U. S. 'ill sorely be imposed,
and the law carried out "to its full extent.
All persous desiring to obtain my eervicee,
will plea,:a itiform me to that effect before
they advertise. v pvRICE, Auc'r.
. Light Street, Nor-15, 1853.
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE.
Piilrburgh Commercial College. .
Binghhiutin . " "
- Crittenden? .. " Philadelphia,
Stratton, Bryant & Co.,
,-Tbese Scrips, are in amounts of $15 and
850 And are as so mnch cahyithe Stu
dent oa entering eiher of the .above .Col
leges.. Yoonjj roea desiring to obtain a
finished Coltegiate Education, will here
find a Rood specola'uon by apply mi; st the
office of the STAR OF THE NORTH.
Bloomsbnrg, Nov. 4, 1863.
Cheap Hat & Cap
Another Arrival of Good.
Now in Four Time to Buy.
I NOW SELL CHEAPER THAN EVER.
THE undersigned having boosht ont the
Grocery of David Stroup, has removed
hisHatand.tapStqre. up to Stroop's Old
Stand, where ia addition to a superior as
sortrpsrd of . . - -
SPRING AND SUMMER
1 HATS aND CAPS, ..
Comprising; every son and quality, which
will be sold at unusually Iqw.prices..
He will continue tne Grocery and Notion
business in all its forms as .carried , on . by
Mr. Stroup ,And solicits continuance of
the old easterners'. i ; " -vt r
AL0,-A fiae lot of KIDS, MORpCCOES,
acd LlNJNG-3 to which he invite ihe at
tenticrt ct Sbbatnakers andthe prihlic.
-. ' . JOHN K. GIRT0N.
BIootaibtirgDec. 28, 1863.
When Xoii Purchase Alway
Select Casti ilouseit .
m&rmy of the Potomac,
UNDIK THE SUPERVISION OF
LIfiUT GEN U S, GRANT,
IS MAKING PREPARATIONS ;
: : : roit' iHt- "' '.' -:' ' ' " '
clTUltE OF liicHM0NI),";VAr,
AND END THE REBELLION,.' , "'
Lloyd T. Sharpiess
IS SHOWING THE SUPERIORiVy
IRE ABIT; BA
- THAN CAN, BE BOUGHT V
g ettiNg 'goods ' cotanVly
from the eastern cities,
SEW VoKK AND 'PIirLtDELPUIAj
DISPOSING OF THEM WpiDLY
at extrtihety low
Jit 20cfa. 23c5. 25c. 2Cc. and llcts.
f . ..
Brown and Bleached, at 20, 22, 24. 2&,
32, 31, U8, 42, and 50cs.
r ' " , " '..
rftapaceas, Lnstrte DeLaiies, Challis,
, Jians, Ca'siinerea- 4'c.
SupurM, Syrup- ( ofee, Kent s Eat
India Coffee at 25c5, a t'-peri-Ct
aiticle highly rccom
mended. JiAcKcuKr;, .
t Bg the i and 4 hlA. at 12, U- dnd 16
j ' ... ; . . f
The fargest Lot of Quceiii-
ware Ever brought to
CO mipS GRANITE WARE,
tchich will be sold at LOW PRICES.
NOTJONS, .HOSIERY. Hoop, Skirt's.
BRADLEY'S NEIV HOOF
t . - . .
The Dnplex, fiiiplic jSpring Steel Skeleton
bo well known among the Fair Sex
' for beauty arid durability.
Boots $ Shots !
. . .- ..:.
. In endless variety .for m.en and women,
and children." Gaiters 61 all. ktnds. '.
Bilmoral, Side, Lace and Cougress double
and single soled. .
The Celebrated Guita Percha SoUd
SXoesfor fFotnen and 'Children.
Gents Fr ench $ American Calf Boots
and Balmorals., Gents Lace boots from
il 60 to $4.00.
CASH Paid for Butter and
liatd. Grain and other
Produce taken in
Buying and Selling for Cash he is pre'
pared to ellt Goods on Lower
Profits than when doing
d Credit Business
CALL ASD EIA211NETIIE GSODS;
Bloomshurg, April 2(J, I864.2m.
.... -" . CTs : '
G ROVER Se, BAKER'S
' CrtXBRATtD.KLASTIC. STITCH .'
- EViiVG !rits a c uiiy E!iv ;
Were awarded the highest Premiums over
. . all Competitors, nt the followir g State
and County FirK of 18C3. -NEW
YORK STATE FAIR. v
First Premium for family Machine. , .
First. Premium for Manufacturing Machine
Firt-t Premium for Machine Work .
INDIANA STATE FAIR. :
First Premium for Machine for all psrposes
First Premium lor Machine Work
VERMONT STATE FAIR. v .
Fir.t Premiqm for-.Family Machine,
FirM :Premium lor Mannfacturing Machine
Fift Preninm for Machine Work
OHIO. STATE FAIR. , .
First. Premium for Machine Woi'k
IOWA STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machlnsi
First Premium lor Manuractnring Machine
Firt Premium for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE EA1R.
Firt Premium for Machine for alf purposes
.First Premiom for Machine Work
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR.
Frst Premium for 'Machine for all purposes
Frist Premium for Machine Work,
M1CAIGAN STATE FAIR. ,x
First. Premium for Mar.ufacMorit'ig Machice
F:rt'Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machtns Work
PF.NN'A STATE FAIR
Fii!t: Promiupj'for Manulaclortng Mac bine
FrH Premium' for Machine Work
OREGON STATE FAIR. , '
Fust Premium for Family Machine
FirM Premium for Machine Work
C.H ip EN DEN CO. V t. AG R'L, SQC.
irt,'Piemiutn for Family Machine
First Premium for Manufacturing MacI ine
FirM premium, for Machine Wotk.
FRANKLIN CO Y, FAIR.
First Premium "tor Family Machine.
Firl Premium for.Manufacturing Machine
CHAM PLAIN VALLEY V. AG'L SOC.
FirM Premium or Family Machine .
First .Premium lor Manufacturing Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
HAMPDEN CO, Mas AG'L. SOC. ,
Diploma lor Family Machine.
fluilrtrna for. Alarhina WfliL'
WAHlNGTON CO, N Y FAIR..-,f.-
, Firsf Premium for Family ilac.nr.a
QUEENS CO N T. FAIR
First Premium for Family Machine .
Fimt Premium for Manufacturing Machine
First Preniiuru for Machine Work
(SARATOGA CO N Y, FAIR.
First Pi em mm tor Family Machine
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Pa. FAIR.
Ftrat Premium for Machine for all purpose
First Premium lor Machine Work
GREENFIELD O, UNION FAIR.
Firet Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work.
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
FirM Premium for Machine.
MONTGOMERY CO Pa, FAIR. x
Fi st Premium lor Machine for all purposes
Firct Prerjtiiirn tor Machine Work.
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cat FAIR.
Fri Premium for Family Machine
Fum IVmtum lor Machine Work.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT Cal FAIR..
Firfrl Premium for Family Machine
FirM Premium for Machine Work K , ,
. ETThe above comprises all the Fairs
at which the Grover, &. . Baker Macbn;es
eie exhibited this year.
-Sales-rooms, 495 Broadway, New iork.
730 Chestmt St., Philadelphia.
March 23, 1864 ly.
JRAXI) JURORS-MAY TERM 1864.
Bloom Jacob Deiffenbach, H. B. Wells,
Lucas N Moyer, Sam'! Shatfer, Henry Wolf.
. Beaver John Hinderliler, Jacob Druis
baeh. . v . .
v Briarrreek Jmb Creav,
Bor. Berwirk Hiram R. Bower. 1
Franklin Jaoob Kostenbadr, p
Green wood Joseph Reese, George Derr,
Jackson John.P Hes,,,
Ml Pieasant Jdse'p'.kR VanJersIice Tflter
Maine Jaob Bowman,
Madison-r-George Beag'e, A D Walson,
Witfliii Abraham Schweppeaheiser.
Pine Jchn F Fowler,
Roaringcreek Nathan Dreisbachv
Scgatloaf Samuel Siohz.
TRAVERSE JURORS, 3IAY. TERJI.
" Beaver J-hn Hoais, Daniel Gerha'i.
Benton rWm Huliue; Samuel McHenry,
. Briarcreek Henry Doak,
Centre Henry Delona,
Conyngham Sylvester HofTman.
Fislnnacteek Cyus Robbins,AMetan-
der Cramer. Michael Lemon, Dari.'l Kitch
en,. Nathan Flaaenstine, John realer,
Greenwood John Miller,
, .Hemlock David Wagner,
Jackson Hiram Baker,
Locust Jonju Helwig, ...
Mt Pl?"' iVr.drew Melick,
MifHin John Miihael, ..
Madison Simon Corner, John A. Fun
ston, William Barber, .
Montour Daniel Gier, John H Quick,
Samuel Giger, Henry.OhJ,,
Orange Michael ivel.er,
Pine William Piatt.,
Roarinacreek James KiefTflr, .
Scott Oscar P F.nt, Sam'l Bittenbender,
. Sogarloaf, Andrew Laubacb, Richard
Kile, John W Kile. . ; ., .
Bloomsburs, March 23, 1864.
IS.BLOOMSBURG. COL. CO. PA,
HE undersigned would annoume to the
public that he has refitted his SALOON
one door East of his BAKERY U CON FEC
TlONARY, on Main Street. Bloomsburg;
and ia prepared to accommodate.iiolh La
dies and Ge.itlemen. He is prepaied to
furnish OYSTERS, WHOLESALE & RE
TAIL, BY THE CAN OR OTHERWISE.
u B. STOHNER.
November 25, 1863.
O 1'OU WISH TO BE CURED !
ENGLISH SPECIFIC tlLLScure, in jess
than 30 days, the .worst cases of Nervous
ness, Jmpotency, Premature Decay; Semi
nal, WeaJtiieM,. Insanity, and all Urinary
Sexua1, and Nervous Affections) no .matter
frorh what cause, produced. Price, One
Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by mail,
od receipt of an order, - Address,
: . JAMES S. BUTLER. .
V Station D.Bible House, New York.
Marcb 16, 1864 Ira.
Lack'a aud Blooms burg Railroad.
OM AN f ARTKR JAN.
18, 1864, PAS
RUN AS FOL-
SENGER TRAINS WILL
LOWS- , ...
4.20 P M
" . Danville, . 9.15
Arrive at Ndrlh'd 9 55
' MOVIhO NORTH.
"u ' Bloomsbarg,
Arrive at SrrantorL,
; 8 00 A.
' 9 35 '.'
12 12 P
Freight & Passenger
10 15 AM ... :
Pasefgers taking the Ivlai! Train South
connect wilh the'Expreps train from Nor
thumberland, arriving at Hamsburg at
2.30 "A. M , Baltimore, 7,00 A. M. and at
Phil'a. at 7,00 "A.'M. 1 he Mail Train' from
North'd, leaves immediately after the Ex
press train from tiarrtaburg at and Balti
more, allowing Paen2era leaving Phila
delphia, at tO. 40 P. M. to reach- points
on this road during the next iorenoon.
New and elegant Sleeping cars accom
pany the night trains etch way between
Northumberland and Baltimore, and Nor
thumberland and ' Philadelpftia.-
-H. A. FUNDA, Sopt.
J. C.'Wells, Cen I Tiiket Agent
Kinas'on, Feb. 3, 864. .
Volunteers and. Cotsci ipls !
To Soldiers or any others wifhi'-g to in
creace theirlncome, there is no betierway
of doing to at this time, ttian Irom the sale
of our Wrches They are warranted al
Ipresented V " ;
"Particularly valuable ftr officersjn the
Army and ttaveltiB." Frank Leslit's, Feb
"Prettiest, best and cheapest timepieces
ever offered." N 'Y 'illustratid News, Jan
. , Verj pretty and durable Watches for
the. Army." N Y Army & Aary Journ.
Government Organ. Ausr, 20. !
. -'Oneofthe oldest and, most rel-ntle
bouses in business." Louiiville Ky.t Jour
nal, Jul 21.
; MAGIC TI3IE OBSERVERS.
Eeing a Hunting oi Open Face for Lady's
" 1 or Gentlemen's Watch Compared,
with Patent Selfwinding
Improvement, a most
ONE OF THE PRETTIEST, MOST CON
VENIENT, AND decidedly the best
and cheapest lime-piece for general and
reliable use as ever offered. It has wiihin
it connected with its machinery, .its own
winding attachment, rendering a key en
tirely unnecessary The cases of Ibis
Watch are composed cf two mstaltvtbe
outer one being fit.e 16 carat gold, h has
the improved ruby action lever movemeut,
and is warranted an accurate time-piece
Price, superb'.j engraedj per casa of hal
dozen, 11204. Sample Watches, in ne?
morocco Boxes, 535.
Silver Watches !
Firt Class Hunting Time-Pieces- for accr
racy of movement, beauty of ma
terial, and above all, cheap
ness in price, thee
WHtche-i must insure
bation, i :
An Oitation so faultless that it can hard
ly be detected by the most experienced
judges. Ttie material being of two metals
the, outer on first quality Sterlina ilvei
while the inner one is German Silver, i
cannot be recpsnized, by cutting-. or heav
engraving, making il, not only in appear
ance, but in durability, .the best resem
blance of Solid Sterling Silvers In exist
ence. . . . . - j
The sale of these Watch Army
.is a source cf enormous profit, retailing, as
they very readily do, at S25 and upwards.
Many hundred dollars can bo made in a
single pay day by any cue of ordinary
t-usiness tact. "
C& AT WHOLESALE ONLY ! In hea
vy, hunting cases, beautifully enj.-r.tved,
white enamel dial, and fancy cot hands,
in good running order, by the half do;e,
S6 6. SolJ Ofily.by the case cf six !
Upon receipt of. two dollar-, as guaran
tee of good faiih, we wiM send watches by
express to at-y part of the loyal Stales,
collecting balance ol bill on deliver'. This
ensures buyers assinst frauJ, giving them
their watches before payment ia required.
Sol liers in the disloyal S'a-es mnt remit
Cash irv advance, as me express compan
ies peremptorily refuse making collections
in such danperous localities. Remember,
Cath in advaure from within th army
lines in rebel Staiei ! We "Guarantee the
safe delivery of bll WA'.ehes, whether the;'
a i'e sest by mail or express.
HUB B A R D B ROS.. Sole I m porte
171 Broadwav, tor. Cordandt St. N. Y.
For the Fruit. Floiocr and Kitchen Gar-
18C4. The 18GA.
:W. G. P. BRINCKLOE, PtuLrsHtR.
Ofice ; 23 North Sixth St., . Pail'a.
TtRJIS $1 50 A YEAR.
- - Edited hv
T II O ni A S ill E E II A JV.
THE MONTHLY CONTENTS ARE:
. Hints Flower Garden and Pleasure
Ground ; Fruit Garden ; Vegetable Garden;
Window Garden. . .
Communications. Embracing the
of the best writer- on Horticulture
culture. -and Rural Affairs.
Editorial Givirig theEliior'e views on
the important. Agricultural improvements
Scrap and Queries Tew Fruits New
Plants Domestic and Foreign-Mntelligence
Foreign Correspondence Horlicul tural
Notices. i . . . .
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general features will be enter
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self that no labor or expense shall be spar
ed to render the succeeding issues of the
Magazine avety way worthy of the favor
with which his previous efforts have been
amply rewarded. Send ior a Specimen.
February 24, 1864.
Frll Class Farmer's Alagaziue for
1864, 77ie Pennsylvania 1864.
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uary number. , . .
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Feb. 24, 1864-
INVALID SOLDIER NATIONAL DOME
.' v. ENTERPRISE. ; r
5 8 5 B RO A D W A Y NEW YORK.
,," r 'BELLI-. IT. , '.
The 'Moat Complete and .Magnif.cent
IVar Exhibition Exant,
DeTOifd to ralsli ?r Funds for a Na
100,000 TICKETS, AT SI EACH. '
A DOHA 1ICN oft 34.720 in ' Vnluahlt Prop
trhj to th-Tkkei Uoidcft,
JOSIAH PERHAM, Age for the Pro
prietor, has the honor to announce a plan
for creating a fund for the founding of a
National Institution, to be a home for lu
valid, disabled, discharged soldiers. 1
The original sumber of Tickets iesu
for this object was '100,000. oiia third ot
whirh have been alteady 'disposed of in
Boston, Mass. where the enterprise was
the On? Dollar Ticket is good
for Four Admissions ttvthe Mammoth
MIRROR t)F THE REBELLION,
at 585 Broadway, New York City, or
wherever else exhibited.
: One half of the profits of the entire sale
will bo exclusi velj devoted and dona'.ed
to the above named patriotic object.
According to the original advertied
plan, a Mans Meeting of the ncket hold
ers was held in Fanetiil Hall, Boston, od
Nov., 4th, and an adjocrned nieeting al
ihe same place on D.jc, ICih. The fol
lowing named gentlemen were elscted as
, . 1 I . . ; . . i
a Doaru oi i rusiees, io receive ine uincis
which may accrue from ihe novel enter
prise, and to appropriate ilia sanie to this
object in accordance with the plans of the
originator Gen John S: Tyler, Brston:
his Excellency Governor Jnies Y. Smith,
of Rhode (-land; Hon. Geo. Briggs of New 1
York ; his Excellency Guv. A. G. Curlin of
Pennsylvania; Major Gen N-.P.. Banks, of
Ms., Mfjor Geo. O O. Howard of Maine,
his Excellency Gov. Richard Yates, of
Illinois.' . . j ' -.
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 hyal
and Immane to assist eamfily in catrying
(his noble undertaking forward to a tr i era
pnant snccess. , -
Nei'.her its importance, nor its feasi
bility, can be called i u question. Lei the
peopleut respond in a spirit worthy oj
the project, and no obstacles shall delay
its conjummation. ... i ?
Making. the proposition in good faith,
and-ready to devote his whole energies to
the great work, its . projector firmly be
lieves the tide of popular lavcr wiil flow
in the desired direction, nd accomplish
the loundirg and in?ure, 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 the future gene-rations a bleising to man
kind and an enduring monument to the
liberality of the loyal paople. ., .
By combining this enterprise with a
public place of amusement ol such well
established hih character and merit, the
snb.-ciiber to the fund, while -giving his
money for the promotion of a great char
itable design, may' receive a lull equiva
lent for the outlay in witnessing this
splendid series of Paintings. .
ATTARACTIVE BOUNTY TO PUR
To effect the speediest possible sale of
these tickets, so that unnecessary expense
may oe save.i, ana me National Home
Fund proportionately increased; a. further
inducement is offered as a oounty io pur
. As soon as the tickets shall havr beer,
sol I, in adJition to one half ihe profits, as
aforesaid, the following described prop
erty will be dona'ed to the ticket holders,
and placed in the hands cl their Trustees,
adisun-ct board having. been chosen for
that purpose, al the rias meetings held
as-above stated, and hich consists of the
follo-.vii.g ;en;lemen who, on receipt ol
the property, will dispose of the same, by
lot, or oiherwipe, as the ticket holders in
mass mefetin may direct there to. be no
violation of .law in such disposal : Hon. C
O- Rogers, Hon. C. W, Slack. Geo. Bot-t.
Cowdin, Col. A. J Wright, J-nhn C. Hiy
ues. E'-q , ol Boston, ,Joh oa- Webster Eq..
rd' Miplevill, Mass', f.-aac S. Morse Eeq ,
SCHEDULE OF. DONATION PROPERTY
To whUh the 7 icktt-holders ui'l be
One gen'eel residence iti the "City
cf Ro bury. Mass. vained at 810 C00
Three Pia.no forts, val. at J5C0 each 1,500
Fire piano-fones, vaf. at S3 each 1,5C0
Five Gold Watches, at 3100 each, 500
Filty 't'l.i Waiche; at S50 each. 2,600
Two shares io Ihe 3oston and Wor
cester Railroad, a' &130each, 260
Two shares in the Boston a;id Maine
R R. valued atI30 each, 160
Two t-hares in. the Merchants' Bick,
Boton, at "?100 each, 200
Six thousand Gold Union Meca's
valued at ?3 each, , 18,000
TftoS3i"g Machines, at 850 each,.. 100
Due notice will be gien of the next
mass meeting of the 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 Minor, good
at any time, and 'he oiher:t certificate ol
an interest in the Enterprise, which the
purchaser retans. ....
-The ad in is ion coupon may be used sep
arately, or all at once, as suits the conve
nience of the purchaser.
All communications on the subject, and
all orders for tickets by mail, or. express,
should be directed to JOSIAH PERHAM,
Agent, 585 Broadways. New York Cny. .
Persons taking an active iuterest in this
chariiable nn Jeruking, . by . getting, up
clubs, will receive eleven tickets lor every
ten dollars sent
Jan. 20, 1864
. i .-
nlooimbur?, Columbia Co.,
flne subsribjr, proprietor of the above
named extensive establishment, is now
nrenared to receive order f
forall kinds of
He i also prepared to make S'oves, all
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His. xtansive facilitiea and practical
workman, wairanl bim in. receiving the
largest contracts oh ike most reasonable
terms. .: . ' . :
OT Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exrhanee for castings.:
C7 This establishment -is located near
the Lackawanna Railroad Depot. ' '
r. -. --.PETER B1LLMEYER.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 186i.
THE SINGER SETTING MICDINES:
fVR Letter A Family Sewing Machinal
-Mast uaiuihg a world-wide reputation, 'It
is beyondidiiotit the best sd cheapest tnd
most beautiful of a!f Fa'mny Sowing Mi
chines yet odered to the' public No other
Family Sewing Machine has sro tnany use- '
fed appliances (or Ilemmiiig, Binding, Fell
ing, Tucking, Gathering, GQagicgBraidirtg
Embroidering, Cordirigj end o fortrr;- No
other Family Sewing Mi-chine ha" fld mach
capacity lor a 2 re at variety t-f work. Jl will
sew all kin ' of cl- h, and with all kiuda of
thread. Grsl and rf r.t nr-vrovemetita
jiake onr' Family Sewing M ub'tne umn
reliable, and most durable, ind most cer
tain in action at. ull rate of -eied. It
makes the intsrlocked sti:cn which Js the
best stitch kr,own.' Any ote eVeU :of"lhe
most ordinary capacity, can see, j,t a elance
how to ffse the ,lrtter ' A Family Sewirrg
Machine. Our Family Sewing Mshinea
are fiiii-t ed itv chaste and exquisite sTyleV .
The 'Folding Case of Ij t Familjf Ma
chine is a f.:ecc of cunning workmanship
oflt e rnst useful kind. It protect the ma
chine when net in ne, and wbeif'eboet to
be operated may be opened aa a' spacious:'
and substantial table t: sustnin' the work!
While seme of the Cae, made cut of ihe
choicest woods, are fini-hed in ihe' sira
plot add chasesi manner possihlsi others .
are adorned aud embelished in the tnost
eo--tly .a?id superb manner.-- - ' .
P is absolutely necessary tb see ihe Fart-
lly Machine in operation- so-as to judge cf
its great capacity and beauty. .
Il is fast beeomitig as popular for family
sev ing as our Manufa--turiri- machines are
for manufacturing purposes. . '
The Biauch Oifice are well snpplied with .
silk twist, thread, Leedlos, oil, etc., of the
very be-t quality.
S-nd lor s Pamphlet. : ?.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
. 4hS Broadway. N. Y..
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. 810 Chertuot St.
N.'S. Tiiigley', Agent, in Espy, Pa.
. A. J. Evans, Agent, in Bloomsburg.
Nov. 11, 1863. ' ;
st -' V
IVEW.YORK SAFE DEPOT
71 William Street, Nt w York.
Size end Prices of LiMe's Firc-Prbtf
O UT8ID E; - - v-
i UnsKt. IVidk. Dtptk. i
No 1 ,24 20 20
No 7 23 '27 . TA
No 3 20 4 T4
No 54 22 '28 . S4
No 5 24 31 24
No 6 40 , 31 - : .14
i BeJeht. ffidik, Dtptk.
No 1 17 21; IX
No 8 1SJ - . J3f Vt
No 3 21 15 11
No 4 22 18 . IS
No 6 24 tl 14
No 6 3 ' - 11 .15
- ' pRict.r ' - j pnics.
Number 1 850 00 I Nnmber 4 95 00
do 2 60 00 j do -5 '100 00
do 3 70 00 I do 6 115 00
November 1 I, 1863.
srrvcp assess zr CSicHU 2 .
Ofa Oflfl more men wa nted.:
OUU,liUU T0 quell REBELLlONI
R VOLUTION. IN HIGH PRICES!
, NEW. ARRIVAL OF . . ,
FA I, Jj A: WINTER GOODS.
AT FGTER CNTS STORE IN
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
CLTAS just received from the eas!en cities
and is now opening at the old stand
a splendid assortment of
S3 ob rr 22 Qa ea m cQ a za a
which will be sold cheap for ; t
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE j
His stock consists of LaJits Dre. Goods,
choicest styles and latest fashion.
GINGHAMS. ; .
SILKS.. FtlAWLS, CARPETS. 5lC.
SIeafiy-.lTaie Cloth in srf
' - SATIN liTS,
THREAD, &U. .....
CEDARW AtlE. '
11 ARD WARE,
D00TS AND SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in X
country store. -
The patronage of his old friendsv and
the pcb!:c generally, is respectlully so
The highest rnaiket pric pail for coun
try prod.:ca. PETER E.T.
"Liaht Street, Nov. 11, 1863.
OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ,
'IHE subscriber has just returned from
the Cities with another large and select
8iortment of ,
FA I.I, &. WINTER GOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
al the lov.esi fi2ure, and which he is
determined iosell on as moderate terms aa
can be procured elsewhere in BioomsLurg.
His stock comprises ' - . '
0- the choicest 'ty les and lateVt fashions.
D R Y G O O D S, -
Cc? rr. cia CS CT3 fl. 3 S3
CEDAR 3RE, HOLLOW-VVRE,
Boos and i'ooeei Ha'.s and Caps, &e., &c.
In short,everything usually kept in country
stores; to which be invites the public gener
ally. The highest price will be paid for cou
i try produce, in exchange tor goort.
.'. .tv on lm ii -tin r tern
Bloomsburg, Jan. 6, 1861.
BLOOA1SBURG. PA, v
,OxTie on Main Suae t, Kiri cr bi-v
X. Julian'. Stor-a. Dec