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STAR OF THE NORTH
THINGS ABOUT TORN & COUNTRY.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY, 4. 1865.
Sec new advertisement in to day's Star.
Sheriff Sktdeb moved to Bloomsburg on
Tuesday December 29ih, 1864. He will
hereafter be loan? al bis residence in (he
Jail Buildings, ready to attend td bis official
All job-work will be aitended to and
executed, in oar absence, by Isaac Hart
man, with neatness and despatch. He also
will receipt for subscriptions and advertise
iag. Sheriff Snvdch advertises in to-day'
paper tract of land to be sold on the 17th
iust., at the public bouse of John L. Hurst,
Query. Say Sam, vhf am da Blooms
burg "Republican " like one of our mer
chants? DoVt know Corf, I gibs it up.
Cause italwaysgoe. to Philadelphia (Frees)
for supplies. You simple nigger.
Daniel McHenbt aiad Stott E. Collet,
have both passed trial before the Military
Inquisition al Harrsiburg. And alter many
and various efforts on the part of the Ad
ministration to procure evidence, of crimi
nal conduct., they have been discharged
with an entire acquittal ot all charges. No
comment is needed.
New Omnibps. Jacob Girtori, of this
place, has purchased a ne w and elegant
omnibus in the city of New York, which
is now running on the line from this
place to Report Station. Since every thing
else has 4 riz," "Coooy" has concluded to
raise the fare from", twenty five cenis to
Ihiay five, 'That's al! right."'
Frank Leslie's Lady a Magazine for Jn.
has been received. Its pla'e and patterns
excel evert thing of the kind published in
New York or Philadelphia. It is decidedly
the Magazine. It is larger than all other-,
and contains reading matter eaal, if not
better, than the very test, lonnd in like
.Magazines. We would recommend thi
Magazine to our readers who desire m sub
scribe for a publication of this kind. Price
only $3 50. Published by Fran Le-lie, 537
Pearl Street, New York.
At the request of Guer-il McLe'Ian, the
amou: of money (692. 10) coi.tribuied to
purchase him a sword- (aler he had been
cheated out of that balloted for at the great
Sanitary Fair by ihe Loyal Leaguer) haw
been turned over to the Patriotic Orphan
Alum located at F;bhing Long Island.
(Jen. McCldilan i u.l at Lome in Off ne
Scsstitutc Snce the lata call of the
Frosiueut lor ihiCi ha..Jted thousand more'
many ot .oar uucon Jilioi.al followers of
MThe Administration" are very acuein
searching lor Substitutes. They consider
it mote safe to procure these neces-ary Hp.
pendages before the drati jwhen '"the wheel
tarns around and the miller cries grab"
their names may be lonnd among the list
of conscripts. Oh, how learful f
The Tim Table of the Lackawanna and
Bloomsburg Railroad has been changed.
The Taole, with the alterations in the run
uing of the Passenger and Mail Trains, will
be seeu in to-day' paper. The Company
have put aaotber Train on the road, which
arrangement will no t!oub.t Jprove advanta
geous to the traveling public, and al the
same time oe no loos to tne company, i uis
load is doing a tolerably good business; and,
' is being well managed under the present
popular and efficient Superintendent, H. A.
diss' mert" notwithstanding they Lave a
ra'ber bad name. Some. time ago, our Dev
il and bis lady love were taking an evening
' stroll, and while walking along, chatting
briskly upon the numerous topics ot tie day,
aha suddenly caught bid hand and looking
smilingly in . his face, asked : Do yon
. know why I cannot get,,, religion V No"
replied be, I do not my dear." L;s
i'ecause 1 love the 4 devil.' "
Charles N. Savage, late f the "Penpsyl
tiania Hoose," has re-opened the Danville
Hotel, formerly owned and kept by John
' Deen, jr., and is making it "a pleasant and
' agreeaole place to stop at.- The house has
undergone a thorough change and rt nova
tion,' and with Mr. Savage as proprietor
are can recommend it to the traveling pub
lic. Kia fare is most excellent, and terms
moderate. There is no reason why this
bouse, should cot do a good business,
considering its desirable location and its
-paving a popular tenant. "Charly'' knows
,bow to keep a hotel People going to Dan'-
grille wiR not forget the '-.Danville Hotel."
- John J. S rites and Hiram Everett, both,
f Benton, Columbia County, late transient
boarders with the . "Government" and in
mates of Fort Mifflin, from the 31st oi Au
gust, 1864, were released and again made
Jut citizens of the United State, on the 30ih
'nil. The friends and relatives of these wor
. i . . : . : t i i -
toy anq, respesieu citizens, win welcome
.hem borne; and ihey may ever remember
the tyranny of Abraham Lincoln and (eel
'gratified that, though .they have suffered
confinement and treatment, more cruel than
is put upon the meanest criminal of this
country v yet the labors of the combined for
ces of Lincoln & Co., have been frui lags',
to find a singfs circumstance from which
their wonderful imaginations could estab
lish the shadow of oalawfol conduct. Hence
':, charts is withdrawn and they are al-
THE Mountain Lodge, No. 264 I. O. of
O. F. desire to rent the public house
known as the The Union Hodse in Orange
vide Cr.1. Co. Pa. Possession to be given
on the 1st day of April 1865. For terms
&c. inquire of Samuel Everett Orangeville
SAMUEL EVERETT, )
O. A. MEGARGELL, Hull ConCtee.
G. V . RITTEN HOUSE. )
Orangeville, Jan. 4th 1865. 3t.
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FOR THE GROWTH, HEAUTY AND
. PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR.
Price, 75 cts.pcr bottle.
This preparation' can show
living evidences of its excel
Photograph and read certifi
cate of Mrs. Wm. Sutton
hair five feet and one inch in
length used Reeve' Ambro
sia about twenty months.
Photograph and certificate of
Mrs. L M. Neil hair five ft..
. length used the Ambrosia
Ihonsands are nsn.g 'his
preparation and offering wil
Tri ese potographs, taken from life, have
been awarded to extend the knowledge of
the merits of this wonderful discovery.
Hundreds have seen these ladies anJ heard
the facts from their own lips.
Mrs. Maxwell's Testimonial.
Kev York 'Dec 23, 1862.
Knowing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia ptoduced a beautiful head of hair
for Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was induced, ihrreby, to u
it thoroughly. 'I needed something for my
hair, it being 6hortand thin had used one
half dozen bottles when 1 could plainly
notice an increase in its length, stie-ngth,
and beauty. "An eperience of .vboui twy
years has proved a complete success. Mo
hair is now by measurement, four feet ten
inches in length, nearly reaching the floor.
I fcave allowed my pttotograph to proclaim
the merits of Reeves' Ambrosia to the
" MRS. WALLACE E MAXWELL.
XT'Att entenprising Druggists have
these Photographs and keep for
sale, REEVES? 'AMBROSIA at 75
Cents per Dottle.
Drui:gi!8 who may not have our prepa
ration, will spnd for it if applied to Prin
cipal Depot, 62 Fulton Street, New York.
Nov. 30, 1864. 6 raos.
ffY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas,
to me directed, issued out ut the Court
of Common Pleas of Columbia county Pa.
will be exposed 10 public ale t the House
of J..hnL. Hirst,-i" Slafttown, Looiim iwp ,
on TUESDAY, 17TH OF JANUARY. 1865
at 2 o'clock T M., of said d.iy. t'. follow
ing described propertj. to wit : A certain
Jjot or Piece of Land
situate in LojusI tovti!iip, C'inmbia
conn'y, 'containing aboutU ACLKS, nnrp
or les, bounded as fo!lo . to wit ; O i
the Vet hy lauds of PavH H wer, ot, he
North by land of Renjamin FolK, on the
East by lands of Israel R-irig. nr. the South
lanN of William WiU m, whereon are
ere.cted a Story and a halt
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE
and a three story Carding Machine
Hons?, xvith jr'wvi
- . WATSR POWER,
and a fog Stable, with the appurtenances.
Seized, taken in execniion anM to te sold
as Ihe property of JohrrFesrelv.
SAMUEL SNYDER, SnerifT.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 21, 1864. f
AUTUUR'S HOME MAGAZ1E.
Edited bvT S. ARTHUR and VIRGIN
IA E. lOVVNStND. -
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each of Home Magazine and Gody's Lady's
Cook for one year. Address-,
T. S. ARTHUR Sc CO
323 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 23, 1864.
Estate of John Graham, late of Orange
LETTER8 of administration on the Es
tate of John Graham, late of Orange , twp.,
Columbia county, dee'd, have been grant
ed by the Register of paid county, to Peter
Ent, of Light Street ; and all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of the 8ece
deni are requested to present them for
fettlemeni to the undersigned without de
lay, and those owing the estate to make,
. PETER ENT, Adnrr.
Dec. 21, 1864 6w. S3.
Administrator's Notice. .
Estate of Thome s W. Young, late of
Jackson twp. deceased.
LETTERS of administration on the .E
iate of Thomas W; Yoonu, late ol Jackson
township, Columbia couoty, dee'd , have
been granted by the Register of aid coun
ty, f Peter EnVEoq., residing in Light
Street. .All persons havinz claims aR'nsi
the estate of the decedent are requested to
present them to the undersigned without
delay, and those Indebted to the same to
make payment forthwith.
PETKR ENT, Adn'r. -
L. LYONS' PURE OniO
Sparkling Catawba Wines,
35un. in Quality and Chenptr in Price than
the Brandies and Wines vf the
Old Wot Id.
For Sommer Complain:, Cholera Infantum,
Bowel Complaint, Cramp, Cholic
A sure Cure is guaranteed, or the
money will be refunded.
In support of the above statement, m
presented ihe Certificates of Dr. Jaoies R
Chi lion, chf miM, New York, Dr. Hiram
Cox, Chemical Inspector, Oho, Dr. Jaa. R.
Nichols, chemist, Boston, Dr N. E Jones
Chemical Impector, Circleville Ohio, yrof
C. T. Jarkon, chem Pt, Boston, Dr. Chas.
Upnam Shepard, Charleston, S. C, and J.
V. Z. Blancy, and G. A. Mariner, consult
ing chemists, Chicago, all of whom have
analyzed the Catawba Brandy, and com
mend il in the highest term, for medical
Analysis of the Massachussetts Slate
Ansayer, Jan.' '25, 1858.
When evaporated through clean linen it
left no oil or offensive matter. In erery
respect il is a Pure spiritous liquor. The
Oil which gives to thi Brap.dy its flavor and
aroma, is wholly linlikft fnil, or grain oil.
lis odor partakes of both the fruit and oil ot
aapps. With acids, it produce- others of
a hiijh fragrance. Th substitution of this
Brandy lor Coanac Brandy will do away
with the manulaclure of fictitious spirits,
sold under this name both at home and
abroad. . Respectfully,
A. A. HAYES, M D., Assayer to Statt,
Mass., 16 Bo lectori St
liy the same, in 1864.
I have analyzed "L. Lyons' Pure Cata
wba Brandy," with reference io its com
position and character, heiris the same a
that produced in asl vear. A sample
taken frm ten casks afforded the same
re-ults with regard to purity ; a slightly
lucre ased amount of the principle oh w hirb
its flavor depends was determined by com
parison with former samples.
The indications of analyiis Miow that
this Brandy is ptjoJtced by the earne pro
cess a most of the imported Brandy.
Respectfully, A. A. HAYES, 'M? D.
State As.aer, 16 Boyleston St.
Boston, july 20. 1864.
Matiufariured O'.ly by H H JACOB &
CO , (To whom all Orders sh. uld b a !
Depot. 91 Liberty St., New Fork.
Nov 16. 1P64 3m.
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GREAT Trunk line from .the. North - and
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Train leave Harrisbnrg for New York,
a .follow.. At 3.00 tind 8.15 A. M. and
1.45 P. M.. arriving at New York at 10
A. M., a..d 2.45 ai.d 10 00 P, M
Th above voiinect with similar Trains'
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Cats accompany the first two rains with
Leave for Reading, Pottsville, Tatraqna,
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at 8 15 A. M- ar.d I 45 P. M., slopping ai
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Way Trains, Mopping at all' points, at
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Leave iew i uik i .,
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7 nn P M. Philadelyhia at 8
A. M. and
3.30 P. M ; Po.tsville at .8 50 A.
o 71 P vi Tamaoua at 8.10 A
2 15 P. M and liedaing at 12 nnOr.iar.i,
7 35. and 10 45 A M., 1 38 and 6 05 P M.
Reading Aerommoda ion Train : Leaves
Reading at 6 30 A. M leiurning Irom Phil
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Col-anibia RMiIrnad Trnins leav Read
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Bagaaae checked through: 60 ponnds
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Dec 7, 1864 6mo.
CAME io thd subscribers in Lccnst twp.,
Columbia county, on the 16th ol Octo
ber, 1864, a pale yellow cow aboiK ten
years old. The ow'uer or owners are noti
fied to come forward, prove property, pa j
charges, and take her away, otlierwi she
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flne snbsribjr, proprietor, of
name. I extensive establishment, is now
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machinery, for COLLER1ES. BLAST FUR
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IlTs extansive facilities and practical
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CP Grain of all kinds will
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he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
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bearing Joi Ue shall to run in will wear
out. fi.at the Putnam Wringer, with or
without cog w hee!s:wiil pol tear Ihe clothe-.
That cog wheel regulators are not
tial That the Piitnam Wringer has all the
advantaoes, and not one of the o,is?dvan-ta-es
above i amd. That all who. have
teed it, pronounce it the b-rt J r.nsP r
ever made. That it will wring a I HlvEA J
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might nil Ihe paper with tesiimoni
aU, but insert only a few to convince the
,-kepticsd. if such there be; and we say io
all, test Putnam's Wiinger. Test it thor
oughly with any and all others, aud il not
entiiely sat i-factnry. return it. '
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Gentlemen I know from practical
experiei.ee tha; iron well galvanized with
zinc will not oxidize or rut one particle.
1 he Putnam Wringer is as near perfect a
prssitde. iii(l I can cheerfully recommend
il to be tlie hei in Use.
JOHN W. W HEELER.
Many y ears experience in the galvaniz
ing business, enable me to endorse the
aboe statement in all particular
JNO C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 Beetiman St.
New York, January, 1861.
We have tested Putnam's Clothes W ring
er by practical working, and know that it
will do. Il is cheap, .it is simple, it requires
no room whether al work or al rest; a child
can operate it It does itsdu'y thoroughly.
It saves lime and it saves wear and tear.
We' earnesdy advise all who have much
washing to do, with all intelligent persons
who iiiay have any, to buy this Wringer.
It will pay lor Ht-eH in a year a. mo-i.
HORAC E GREELEY.
July 6, 1864, ly.
Eating and Drinking
THE subscriber respectfully give no
lic to ihe public trial he ha- at his Saloon,
on Main Sireet, constantly on hand
either ii: the shell or by the CAN. to suit
hi customers. Families can be supplied
t v the cati or by ttie q'jart upon short no
tice. He also keeps on baud XX Ale, Si
der and minerals.
Give him a ca'.l.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 23, 1864.
To JVerveous Sujferers.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous
Debility, Incompetency Premature Decay,
and Youthful Error, actuated by a desire
to benefit others, will be happy to furnish
to all who need it, (free oT charge,) the
recipe and direction, fur mailing Ihe sim
ple remedy used in his case. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the ad ernser bad ex
perience, and posse- a sure and valnabl
remedy, 'can do so by addre-sin.' hirn at
once al his place o' bn-ines. Trie Recipe
aad lull information of vitaNmporiance
will be ch-etlully sent by return of mad.
Add.es JOHN B. OUDEN.
No. 60 Nassau Sirevt, New- York. '
P. S. Nervous Sufferer ol b-i'h sexes
will find this information valuable.
Dec. 7, 1864 3 mo.
C L O T II I N G' S T 0 R E.
PUTNAM f L0THES W!;iF!?.
tdzn, a ir' 1S .iVr-i. ikta
JYew Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES-CHEAP GOODS.
fliHE undersigned respectfully informs
3 u :,-.. ,i. .,.,.1 tha rwvhhr- "pnerailv.
that he has iust received trom the Eastern
Cities, a large assortment of
Fre.h from the seat of Fashion,
sorts, izes and quantities, which will
sold cheap lorciish or country produce.
A L S O -
W . ROOTS AND SiIOES.3
l'."-. Tncrpther with a vanety oi
tions and things too trcublesoroe to numer
ate, lo which he invites the attention of pur
chaser. CST" Tie ts also prepared to make us
clothing to order, on rtaonuble termp,
and up lo the latest fashions. .
CsTCall and examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bionmsburg, April 27. 1864.
OF FALL. AX D HTM ER C.OODS.
fgHE subscriber ha just returned from
ttie cities with another lare and .elect
Fall and Winter Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia and Nfvv York.
the lowe-t figure, and which he is-deter-mined
to sell on as moderate terms a- cau
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
of the chcice-j styles and latest faohions,
to"ther with a larie as(.r'men' of
PRY-GOODS. MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
QUEENS W ARE. C EO A R WARE,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON.
ROOTS $- SIIOKS, 1 1 ATS CAPS.c
In shott, everything usually kept in coun
try stores, to which he inv tes the attention
ot the public generally.
The l.i-he-t pt'"ce will beT paid for coun
try produce, ii. exchange fr good-.
3 1 STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsbutjr, Oct. 12, 1364.
I2i:i a:i:iir-T saloox
CONFECTION ERY STORE.
II. C. Christmas,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citi
zns of Bloom-burg andvicitiity that
he has just opened a new Relreshmeivt Sa
loon and Conlectionery More, on iiaiu-si ,
second door below the "American House,"
where he intends supplying all who may
awe him their custom with FRESH OYS
TERS. Clam S-np, Sardines, Boded Eggs,
Ham, Tripe. Ptsi Feet, Dried lletring.&.c.
He will aUo keep on hand a superior ar
ticle of DRAUGHT ALE; Porter Lagerbeer,
and Sarsaparilla : together with a good as
sortment of Candies, Sweetmeats, Cakes,
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco. In connec
lion with this saloon he ha fitted up a La
die9: Department, where all who n.ay de
sire can call for Oysters and Refreshment,
and will be frpe Irom ail antioyancesaud
indecencies that ladies are too often ex
posed "o in some of our hes: restaurants.
Don't fail to give him a caM.
H. C. CHRISTM AN, Proprietor.
Bloomsburg. 0,:t. 12, IRfi
Almiititra tor's IVoticcr
Estate of Jacob Kindig, lute of Fithin
creek, twp., dt-ceased.
LEETTERS of administration on the es
tate. of Jacob Kindig late ol Fishingceek
twp, Columliia county, deceased, nave
been granted by the R-gister of Columbia
county, to John Wenner, residing in "town
ship and county 'aforesaid. All person
having claims again-t the estate of the de
cedent are requested "to present them-to
the undersigned without delay, and all rer
suns indebted to nuke paym-rM forth with
. JOHN WENNER, Adm'r.
Eishgcreek, Nov. 9, U64 f w i2-
3alionnl laim Agency,
HARVY &. COLLINS,
U'JSllIS'GTOX, D c.
IN order to facilitate ihe prompt adjust
n ent of Bounty, arreir oi pay. Pension
and otlier-claims due soldiers aud oiher
lersons Irom the Government of the U. S .
'he undersigned has m-de arrangerne"nt
with the aroe firm whose experience and
cloi-e proximity to, and daily intercourse
with, the Department, as wpII a ihe early
knowledge acquired by ihm of the decis
ions frequently being made, enable then
to pro-ecute claims more effectually than
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do.
AH persons entitled lo claims oi lh.9 above
description can have ihm properly attend
ed toby calling on me and entrusting thew
IO rtlV crtfe. - W,.W1RJZ
. '-- s. - V' -o- -V J
GROVER 8c BAKER'S
cfi.kbiiat;d KI.AsIJC stitch'
SE WIKft M a 1 ESI I CS
Were awarced the lnghen Prerr.imns rv.
all Competitors, si the following Stat
and County Fir- of 1863.
NEW YORK STATE FAIR.
First Premium for family Machine
First Premium for Manufacturing Muchin
First Premium for Machine Work
INDIANA STATE FAIR.
First Premium lor Machine for all purpose
birst Premium lor Machine Work
VERMONT STATE FAIR.
Fir.t Premium for Family Mac-hire.
first rremium lor Manufacturing JVlacnin
first Premium for Machine Work
OHIO STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Machine Wotk.
IOWA STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
Firsi Premium for Manufacturing Macbin
Firt Premium for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE EA I R.- .
First Premium for Machine for all purpo
First Premium lor Machine Work
KU1UUI SlilC fAllt I
F'rst Premium for Machine for all purpose
Fri-M Premium for. Machine Work, I
M1CAIGAN STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Manufacturing M achirts
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
PENN'A STATE FAIR
Fii-t Premium for Manufacturing Machine
Frist Premium for Machine Wont
OREGON STATE FAIR
.First Premium for Family Machine
Firi Premium for MachineffWork
CHITTENDEN CO. Vt. AG L SOC
Kirst Premium for Family Mchin
Firt Premium f r Manufacturing Mac! ine
First Prerninm for Machine Work
FRANKLIN.CO N YFAIR.j
Firsi Premium tor Family Machiae.
F:rst Premium for Mar ufactnrins Macbin
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Vt. AG L SOC.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium nr Manulaciunng Machin
Firt Premium for Machin Work
HAMPDEN CO, Mass AG'L. SOC.
Diploma for Family Machine.
Diploma for Machine Wmk. ' -WASHINGTON
CO, N Y FAIR.
First P.-emiorn for Family Machine
QUEENS CO N Y. FA Ul
Firt Premium for Family Machine'
First Premium for Man ufartnring Machin
First Premium for Machine Work
SARATOGA CON Y, FAIR. ,
Firt Premium lor Family Mcl.ine
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Pa. FAIR.
First Premium for Machine for all porpo-i
First Prerninm tor Machine Wor
GER EN FIELD O, UNION FAIR
Firr Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work.
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR.
Frt Prerninm for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine.
M 0NTG0M E RY CO Pa , FAIR.
ri.et rremium lor xla tune lor ail rorpo
First Premium for M:ichr.e Work.
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cal FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Piemmm for Machine Work.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT Cal FAIR.
Fi.r-t Premium for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
The above com prise all ihe Faira
at which the Grover & Baker Machirea
weie exhibited ihis year.
Sales-room, 495 Broadway, New York.
730 Chesimt St., Philadelphia.
March 23, 1864 ly.
THE Greatest Improvement yet in ihe
Sewing Machine Art.. A curiosity wont)
Please send for circular with sample of
These Improved Mich'nes save one
hundred percent, ofthread and silk, nd
make the lock-stitch alike on both fides..-
They require no instructions to operate
perfectly, except the "printed directions
No-change in sewjjig from one kind of
goodn to another.
And no taking apart lo'cl-a o oi'.
Our New Manufactory is now complete,
with all its machinery and tools entirelr
new, and is already rapidly turning o;t
Machine, which for beaut and perfection
o'- finih are not surpassed by an manufac
ture in the world.
N. B. Should any Machine piove unsat
isfactory, it can be returned aud mon-y
Agents wanted i.icoantien not canvassul
by our own Agent
Fl N k'LE & LYON' S. M. CO. '
No. 538 Broadway, Nw York.
April 20. 164. 1 v
Notice lo Trc2asscr.
THE. following farmer an I land owre--,
of Orange atid Cen;re townships Colum'
cournv. do herepy camion all persf i
againsi huntiiig or in anywie lretipasi j
on their lands, thus making i)i-ri.sel
subject to tl e penalties f H e l-w vt .1
will be most stringently pni-nced
.Divid E Haymen, Ste.i-.en Hill,
Samuel lleidle, Fiany . Hay man.
Simon Lwry. Retben Siiler,
All ol Oiange township.
Benj. Stiuer, Wm IWk,
Fr"(terick Beck, Adam HiU.
Wm Wiimne, Geo Witrri'n,
Joseph Ruckle, all cf Cemre iwi.
Orange, Nov 16, 1864.
rSHE undersigned having connected bi
self with established Agertyies in VV
ington anvl Philadelidiia is ireoared
Mlteutt to ihe collection of B.'.ck pay,
15 on si tie, Vr.siou,
and all other equitable i laiuia sguiust Ih4
Government.. His expedience and tusin"-
connection eunbie hiin n attend to t'"
with the least possible. ie',ay. N'o char-
made unless ihe rl;.imsar secured.
Office wi h E H. Little, Esq., Co. t
Hons e Alley. P-if 'l m -ils 1P g