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THE VORLD FOR 1865.
THE Presidential contest ' inl closed
J consigns the political destinies of tne peo
i pie of the . United State?, during another
i lerm'of year?, to the control of Presi lent
i Lincoln of the North, and' Jefferson DaVis
; at the South..
The Democratic party, always indenli-
Ced wiih the prosperitygrowih, and glory
i of th6 reonblic,. may point with ' honest
j pride to its. record -in this great coot'.
"Against an administration wieljing the
roost eiormoua power of patronage and
he most cnlimited command of treahure
j ever poisessed by any government,, and
' reinforced alike by theunboonded fears of
! many patriots and the sympathies of all
traitors, the Democratic party fought the
battle of IC64 firmly and fearlessly to the
Dfeated in the electoral college, the
small majority of popular votes by which
iibas been so defeated- Is demonstrably
less'than the numbfcr of persons openly
and officially dependent npon, the andmin
istration as ofhceholders orcoutractora in
the various departments of the public ser
Bui (he result is against u. The Law
continues to be administered by men who
not only violate its'exress provisions, but
invade also those personal and civil rights
so high and sacred that Constitutions can
not confer bat only guarantee them, and
wbicb laws 'are made to vindicate and
guard. The Purse is still borne by men
whoiu four vears have heaped upon- us
and the unborn generations o( onr children
debt aim oft as huge as thai of England,
acquired ' through cecfuries, ' and whoee
ohcy of a bloated paper coirency doubles
upon us the present burden of this gigan-
- tic indebted pess-The Sword is still wield-
- ed, by those who see. treason in an olive
branch, and who make victories won by
our gallant armiasnd fleets froitlessince
they open no path to thetriumphs of peace.
Democrats must await events.
They can now only watch (or the public
safety, and exert alt the power of a great
minority to prevent Mr. Lincoln's admmis
traticn from drifting, tor the sake of aboli
tion, into a disunion peace. .
'They also serve "who only stand and
The principles of the Democratic pary
are just, and will yet prevail, for they are
the law-a of the progress of the human race.
They are the principles which have emerg;
ed from every revolution of " the Acgli
Sazon race, with increased guarantee and
alrentgh. The corait.a four years are to Le
years of calamity: .But now they who
sowed the winds are to be -reapers of the
whirrwind. The Democratic party is shorn
of power, but it is divested of all responsi
bility. , VY ben the hour of sore drslress
. comes, the people, instead of curbing the
Democratic party, wilt to it far relief, and
cling to it for deliverance.
Often, dur'i8g the past -year, The
lYorld has been made to feel the heavy
hand of.arbr'uary power. - Rendering ail
lawful support to the coiistiuted authorities
to Cssat Caesar's due of a fres press,
. free speech, free ballot, or an 'ardent de-
votion to the Union, and support of the war
for the Union's sake, it has, nevertheless,
been repeaiediy excluded from military
depatments by partisan generals, and lor
several days its issues were suspended by
the order of Linoofn himself, and its office
closed and occupied bj armed soldiers at
THE WORLD for 1865 will be a be'ter
" Newspaper than it has ever been. Its col
umns, freed from the exacting demands ot
a political canvass, will afford more room
for the news of the day, of all . kind, from
all parts of the world." . -
The SEMI-WEEKLY WORLD will ex
actly Ecit those who vant the news ofier.er
loan Weekly, ytt do not feel able to pay
$10 for ths Daily. It contains all the read
ing matter, news and editorials of the Dai
ly, excepting oily its adveriisements.
The WEEKLY -WORLD hs now' the
largest circulation of any weekly- journal
published, save one. Its extraordinary
success since its anion with the New York
" Argui, has" justified us in very liberal ex
penditures lor the year to come, such as
will make U without a rival in interest and
value to the farmers of -our country. Its
xigricultural Ds-panmetit wil! be as good
and com-pleta aa any of the agricultural pa
pers; and in reports of the Cattle, Produce
. and MoneyMarkeiswitl.excel them all. A
page or more will be reserved to entertain
ing fireside reading, and the type wU be
large and clear enough for old eyes.
1 ' In a few days all the editions of 'THE
- WORLD will be printed on new type.
Several new folding machines jut set up
in our vaul;.wilf enable us o work oti
and mail all editions with the uttmost
speed and regularity. '
While the war continues, and the cur
. reney is of such sort as it is, we can . hope
.' for little or no profit." Oar terms have been
. increased, but not in proportion to the in
creased coat ofeverything used in making
, a newspaper. Iadeed, to-day, there is
nothing equally . valuable so , cheap as a
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THE 1YORLD, New York.
Decmeber 14. 1864.
-DU. J. R.CVANN,
Physician and Surgeon,
nAVING loca ed permanently on Main
Street, BLOOM SB URG, Pa.r would in
forrojihe, public generally, that he is pre
pared to a'tend to all business faithfully and
ptaciually that may be intrusted to his care,
Oil terms c oriimensorate with the time.
C He pays Uriel atlemio n to Sorcery
as well as Medicne.
. . November 25, 1853 -lr:
, , HENRY ROSENSTOCK, - :
" OO.V.3 in the Third Story of the Ex-
- - rh.i-i ra Clock", (entrance above the
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION!
Watches, Chains, Diamond Rings, -c.
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
to be sold for ONE DOLLAR EACH ! !
-Without regard 10 value ! ! rCot to be
paid for until you know what you
are to receive ! !
Fphdid Lint of Article ! Alt to he sold fit
' OE DOLLAR EACH! I
250 GenlV Gold bunting cane watches,
- . $50 to SI50 each
250 Ladies' Gold' and enameled 'case
watche 35 70
500 Gent' hunting case silver watches
200 Diamond rings 50 100
200 Gold vest and neck chains
3000 " " 4 6
3000 Gold band bracelets' 4 8
5000 Chased gold bracelets 5 i0
2uC0 Chatelaine chaius and guard chains
7000 Solitaire'and gold brooches
2000 Lava and Florentine brooches-
4 6 .
5ooO Coral, opal and emerald brooches
5000 Moaic, jet, lava and florentine ear
, drops ' 4 8 -
7500 Coral, opal and emerald ear drops
4000 California diamond brea pitis
2 50 10
3000 Gold fob and vest wateh keys
2 5ft 8
4000 Fob and vest ribbon slides
5000 Sets pohtaire sleeve buttons, studs &.e.
3000 Gold thimbles, pencils, &c.
1000 Miniature lockets 2 50 8
4000 maic sprit;:; 3 20
3000 Gold toothpicks,- &:c. " 2 8
500O Plain gold rin-t 4 H
5000 Chased old rings 4 u
10000 Stone tetatid Vi 3 uC I Til)
' - 2 50 10
1000 "Califojnta diarrotid ri rjs
75C0 Sets Ladies' jswelry,. jet nud gold
600(3 Sets Ladies' jewelry, cameo, pf arl &r
. 4 15
10000 Gold pen, Bilver extension hwfdtr-
amt pencils 4 5
10000 Goid pens. and gold mounted tioIJ-
ert 3 3
5000 Gold pens aud geld exrnioi holders
5000 Silver goblet and drinking cup-
. V 5 50
3000 Silver castors 15 50
2000 Silver fruit and cake baskets.
' ' ' '". . 20 50
iOOO Joz t-ilver teaspoon; Sjo' tr f 20 pr tloz
5000 tableaDOOMs anil forks -
' ,'-- -. - - 20 , 40 J
. In consequence of the great stagnation ;
of trade in the manufacturing districts ofi
England, through -the war having cut off '
(he snpply of cotton, a large quantity of
valuable jewelry, originally intended" Lr
the" English market has been sent off for
sale- in this country, aud must be sold at
Under these circumstances, Arrandale &
C"., acting as Agents for the principal Eu
ropean Manufacturer, have resolved upon
a GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION, subject
to the following regulations:
Certificates, naming each article aDd its
value, are placed in Seale'd Envelope, and
well mixed. Oae cf these envelopes will
be sent by mail to any address, on receipt
ot 25 cents.
AH artk'es sold at - One Dollar e ich, without
regard to vu'ue.
On receipt cf the Certificate, jon will
see what you are going to have, and tht'n
it is at jour op:on io etnl the itollar and
take the article or not. Purchaser.- may
thus obtain a gold watch, Jiario:ul rim:, or
any t-et of jewelry 011 our lit, for One Dol
lar, and in no ca;-e can they get le.s .http
one itollar' worth, as the'e are no blanks.
The thrice of certificates is as follows:
Oae for .25 cents.
Five for one'dollar.
Elev n for fwo doljars.
Thirty for five dollars.
Sixty-five for ten dollars.
: One hundred for fifteen dollars.
Agents will b? allowed ten cents on ev
pry Certificate ordered by them, provided
hetr retnitKtnce amounts to One Dollar.
Agenis will collect 25 cen's for every Cer
.ticae, and remit 15 cents (o 11 , either in
cash or po-fage famp.
51 3m 157 Bro;,dwav, Nw-York.
V nolhcr Arrival oi Csood.
Hat, Cap and Grocery
' 3 CP QD S32 33 o .
Now is .Your Time Io Buy.
HE NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER'
rilHE undersignej having just returned
1 from the Eastern cities wiihalarse
and full assortments of fQfQQr-
in addition to u snnri.lCJ S jiJ
cr STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
a HATS AND CAPS,
comprising every sort and quality, is now
prepared to sell a little cheaper than can
be parcha.-ed elsewhere.
H Stock ol GROCERIES are not sur
passed in ihis marke', which he ofTer
cheap for cash, or in exchanae for GRAIN
OR PRODUCE. .
ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
and LININGS to which tie invites t:ie at
tention ot Shoemakers and the public.
" Give hirn 3 callr At Slroup's Oid Stand,
on Mam Street.
JOHN K GIRTON.
Rloorrri'bnrg. Nov 27 f64.
!r-jM:HT MILLINERY GOODS
FLI AKu'tYITEIt. jm.
Mi-s MARY BARK LEY has just returned
from New York and Philadelphia with an
excellent assortment of Millinery Goods.
Sne has Ihe very latest fashions and the
most approved tyles of Hats and Bonnets,
together with the most tasteful lot of Rib
bons, Trimmings, &c. Give her a call and
examine for yourselves.
Bloomsbnrg. Oct. 1?, 1864.
HOW ARDS ASSOUATlitt.
DISEASES of the Nervous, Seminal,
Urinary and Sexual Systems new and re
liable trea'menl in Reports of the HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION Sent by mail in
ealed letter envelop?, free of charae. -Address,
Dr. J. SK1LLIN HOUGHTON.
Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
S'reet PhWadelphia, Pa.,
Dec. 16. 1863 ly. .
- Consumptive sufferers will receive a 1
valuable prescription for tLe cure of Con-
sumption, Asthma, Bronchitisr and all
throat and Lune affeclions,f Iree of charge.) i
by senf-ina: ("heir addressto Re v. EDWARD
... -Tr ..-. .I..,,., T'-,,, I
CABINET WARE ROOM.
O ESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
-- tb Public to hi exiensive asfonmeril
of Cabinet Kcrniture and CHAIRS,
which he will warrant made of sood
materials and in a w orkinar.like man
,':er. Al his establNi. Hient can always be
found a good assortment of fashionable
furniture, which is equal in Myle siuf fin
ish to that ol Philadelphia or N. York cities
anil at as low price?. He has on hand
it ildfreiit style and
prices, from S25 to S60. Divans Lonngf,
Walnut aud Mahogany. Parlor chairs.
Rooking and easy' chair, Piano Mools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card,
f-prtfri 3fi it nior laaa ittachn a
1 rr - 1 .
cneneniers.wiiauinjs aim romoues,
and all kinds of fashionable work. His
flock of buieaus, enclosed and common
watibtands,dreis-lables, corner cupbodrds
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is
the largest in this section of the county.
He will also keep a good assortment of
looking glasses with fancy gilt and com
mon frames He will also furnish spring
rnaltiasses fitted to any sized bedstead,
which are superior for durability and com
fort to any bed in use. .
Dloompbnrg, Nov. 4, 1863.
G E N U I N E P: V. f A RATIONS.
f 'iimpounu I' tcid i-.trf.ci bn'-tiii. a p
live an cl .:: ,:c J.eniedy. lor
of t.ii Bl.td'lcr. L'i Jneys, Gravel, and Drop-.-;:)
:e increases the power of
:'-i;e the Ab-orbents into
by which the Water- or
et t are reuneeti, as w;ii a
nt;i.?ittLi s i xtkac:t in riiif.
Fr Weaktiesses ariifis from extrpses
Habits of Di-sipation. Enrly Indiscreiion .'
ol abuse, attended witfi t;e following j nip- j
torn - :
ndi-;'i.'tir:n 10 Exfftion, Loss of Power.
Los of Mem. , Dnti'-u'tv of Bre.nJii
Weak Nerves. Tre in t.i n:g Horror rd Di
care, Wakflnitie n. Dinne- of Vision, Pai t
in the B.ck. Ui.iver-,tl La?i:nd of ih-
..'1 w. ti. 11 . j 1 - r
I mu'i uiui fiMri'i, lini i : ! i , i- ,11 -;i 1 ri-j ft;
1 li e". Bodv, Pr"e-- ..I t' Skm. E.uoti'.,ii
on ihe Face, Pallid Cotim--! iir-.
inese f j m j"mii 11 .iiici.ve.i "1
Which lhl n-e.Mciue inv.-ti iiux i-,r?n. es
soon fdimvs. IMPOTENCY. FATl'lTY.
EPILEPTIC FITS, in. Q,e of m-.w, irlt
Patient may expire.
Who can say thai they are not frequently
followed b those "Direlnl I)i-ea-es.';
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware ot the cause of their suf
fering, but none will confess the Records
of the Insame Asylums.
Aud melancholy Deaths by Consump
tion bear ample witness to the Truth ol the
assertion. The Constitution once effected
j with Otjjanic Weakness requires the aid of
i Medicine to Strengthen and Invigorate the
System, which HELMi'OLD'S EXTRACT
I BUCHU invariably does. Atrial will con-,
1 viiice the mosi skeptical.
I FKMALES.-FEMALES.-FEM ALES.
I In many AfTections peculiar to Females
j ihe Ex-riet Bucliu' is unequaled by any
t tither re-i;edy. as in Chloro.-isor Retention,
i Irregularity, Paintnlness. or Su;p-essi,n
i i Customary - Evci.';tt)'v s, Ulcerated or
Scirrhiitis s ate of tt;e Lterus, LenchorrhcDa
or Wliites. S e'ility,'au J lor al! complaint
inc'dent to the sex, whether arising from
indi-i-re:ion Habits or Dissipation, or in
ihe pe. 1 i -e or Cfiatii:- ot Liie
Take no niore Balsarr, Mercury, or un
I lertnt Medicines for uuj)leasaul and
II ELM FOLD'S Ex'ract Bochn and Im-prn-ed
Rose Wash cures SECRET DIS
EASES, In all their Stases, At l;ttle E
pene, Liitle or no change in Diet. No
i Inconvenience, And no expo
' H causes a frequent desir
ouent desire and uives
j strength to Urinate, tfiereby removing ob-
s'ruciions, preventing ar.u curitii; siiictures
of the Urethra, aliajmg Pain and I nil a ru
ination, so frequent in ihe class of disea-es,
and expelling all poisonous, diseased and
worn out mailer.
. Thousands upon Thousands whr have
been the victims of Quacks, and who have
paid heavy fees lo be cured in a short
time, have fonnd they were deceived, .and
that the "poison" has, by the'use of '-pow-erful
astringents," been dried up in the
system, to break out in an aggravated lorm,
and perhaps after Marriage.
Use Helmbold's Extract Bucho. for all
affections and diseases of tne Urinary Or
pansj whether exifting in Male of Female,
from whatever cacse originating and no
matter of how long standing. .
Diseases of these Oraans requires the aid
of a Diurej.il. Helmbold's Extract Buchu is
the Great Diuretic, anl is certain to have
the desired effect in all diseases for which
it is recommended. Evidence of the. most
reliaole and- responsible character will ac
company ihe medicine.
Price 81.00 Dottle, or Six for 55.00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed
from observation. Describe symptoms in
ail coit'imunications. Cures guaianteed!
Advice gratis. Address letter for informa
II. It. IIKLMIIOLP, hemi-t.
10-1 South 10th st.j hel. Chestnut, Phila.
HELMBOLD'S M-di. al Depot,
HELM BOLD S Drug & Chem'l Warehouse,
549 Proa I way, New York.
CsBeware of counterfeits and 1111 iri:ici-ph-d
dealer-, wl-.i eii'leavor U dispo.-e 1 ot
their owl:'- ar d 'other" articles 0:1 the
reputatioii attained by
Helmbold's Genuine Preparations,
do do . .Ex;rc B'ichu,
HeIni!oId's. Genuine Extract SrsypanlU.
to t!o I rj pri.ve I Uo- Was .
PPSo!! by all Druji-T- eery-A:;ere
A-k for Helm ho Uf'.. Take uo ot'ier. Cu!
OOl Itift Ad ver'.i-emer t wid s-en '. i".r it, ami
avoid impOsMion an-i expo.-urf.
Decemher 9, 1863. -ly.
TT3I.B K00XS Proprielor
THIS magnificent Hotel, situate in itie
central portion , of the town, and 'op
posite the Court House, has been thoroughly
repaired antTrefurnished. and the Proprietor
in now prepared to accommodate travelers,
teamsters,- drovers and boarders in the most
pleasant and agreeable manner. His table
will be supplied wiih' the best the market
affords,and bis Br with the choicest liquors.
Attentise ostlers will always be on hand,
and his stabling is the most extensive in
this se ion of country.- Omnibuses wil
afwayscte in readitres to convey psserj
j LIQTTOIEiS I LIQTTCHS i
AVhocsale and E'cfail.
fTHK mbscrifer would announce fothe
citizens of Bloombur2 and vicinity,
that he Msellins L1QUOUS in large and
small quantities, and at different prices, at
his ISew More, on Mam street,
north side, two doors soutn ot B 4v-,'
1 . 01 -1 11 Ir'Wirtd.
Mock of Fore iij!) and rmmr-iir' ift-r 1 ninwi" tit
ronsis's of Counac and Rochelle, Blackber
ry; (iitter, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
Ohl Ryt gray wiih ase, tine Oul Bniirhnn,
Old Fo:kf Wliiskey, and a-iy qnar.tity oj
comnion. Ke al-o has
PURE HOLLAND Girj,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Catn
pagne Wines; and last but not leaM. a
quantity of jiood double exlr? BROWN
STOUT all of which he will fell ai -th
lowest cash, prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to ive his liquor a trinl.
. D. W. BOBBINS, Ag't.
Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861.
H YOxlIIXG INSIRAM l CQ3ITAM,
Office over the Jfyouung Jiatik,
CAPITAL AND SUHI'LTS, 150,000.
V 1 1 1 insure aaaint loss or lamaq;e
by Fire on ptoperty in town or country, at
DIRECTORS, G. M Hollenback, John
Reichard, Samuel Wadhams, D L Shoe
maker, Daniel G. Driesbnch, R. C. Smi'h
R. D Laroe. G. P. Steele. W. W-Kelcham
Charle.- Dorrance, W. S. Boss, George M
(;. I HOLLKNIJACII. Prrnt.
1). L. SIIOK.MAKKK, VJ'Tta't.
R C. SMITH. ecretary,
W. G. STERLING, Treasurer
L 11. CONOVER. Aent,
Beach Ilaveu, Pa.
December 2d, 1863. ly.
RE VOLUTlOy IX II I G II PRICES!
A1.U VIUilVAIi Uf
i iiimri 1 nr
AT PET Kit KX'FS STORK IN
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
TTAS jo-t rec
M'nt !- Of;
receiveit Irom ne ea-te'n cities-
f)W openiliU at I I.e. oi.I Main!
r;-ii't M'SiMtmein at
X cc? cs -Jrli c3i isi sIX 3. 521 - S3
!i '". i; ! t -ill t i e,ii) lur
II 1I COUNTRY IM10l;Ur!
nr,-hh Ol L.l.lie
1 '.(., ;-e-' te anil lattst l.u
SILKS. SHAWLS, CARPETS. &(,.
COTTON A I) ES,
. KENTUCKY JEANS,
BOOTS AM) SIIGCS, HATS and CATS,
In -hori 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 conn
try produce. PETER ENT.
Li-ht Street.. Mav 1. 1864.
JYcw Slock of Clothing.
T NYU ES afention tit tiis stuck of chea;
and fashionable Clothing at his S'ore, or
MJIIN STREET, li L O OMSP URG.
two doors abwe the Jinurican House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
Iflesi n2I ISny's dnthiii;,
includiug the most fa?hionab!e, durab'e'and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
Pox, Suck, Frock f Gum and Oil Clot!.
Coats, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also ha
replenished his already large stock of Fali
and Winter Shawl-; striped, fin;ed and
plain Vests pjjrts, cravat?,-stocks, coi!.rSj
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspendes and tanc
N- B He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Cloths arid
Vestings, which "he is prepared lo make v p
to order, into a;iy kind of clothing on very
short notice and in the best of manner.
All his elothing i made 10 wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
A N D
Of every Description, Fine and Cheep.
His Ca-e of Jewe(t)- is not surpassed in ihis
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Clothing. Watches, Jewelry.
icr. &r. PAY ID LOWEN'BERG.
Blooms-burg, April 20, 18o4.
IMIE uridersined onli respectf;.l!y
i.ot nna t a i 111 i 11 1 1 1 & r lurtAtJi.!'
iinrl the pci.lifr genr:ii!y
An DM MRUS LINK
an t V i
:i tf.n jii.-iee -.tn
Melt! Rail l.Odd i
.-.l lj. (Siilij-lJ S e, !,"(
i'i !t ? m-iiTj! Triins g
M Oil ti,e 'Ci' l'A ,--a i U
i n; - );
in itft-i:. an, I Wiifl i:i-.e
.)! ni.f Lack. & Hi )or.s,
nrg R(i,i 1.
His OiiNlrLE ire in good condition,
commodious and c-orrilotrable, and charges
reasonab'e. -Persons. wishing tormei
or see their friends depart, .car be accom
modated, upon reasonable charges, by leav
ing timely notice at any of the Hotrls.
JACOB L. .GIRTON, Proprietor.
Bioomsburg, April 27, 1864.
CHARLES G. BARKLEV,
Attorney at Law,
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
VILL practice in the several Conrts of
Columbia county. AINegai business
intrusted to his care shall receive prompt
attention . . .
OF F T C V. On Stree'Evchange
TUG. SINGER SEWING MACHINES.
"UR Letter A'Family Sewing Machine is
-Mast jraioing 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 Machine has po many use
I'd appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tucking, Gaiherips, (1 ua-j ma, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, and so lorth. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
rap.icity lor a great variety cf work. It will,
sew all k in !ft of cb h. and with all kinds of
thread. Great and recent improvements
.Ttake our Family Sewing Machine moM
reliable and most durable, and most cer
tain in action hi all rates of speed. It
makes the interlocked stitch., which is the
bevt rtitch known. Any one. even of the
most orttinary capacity, ca n see. at a ijtaiice
how to use the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are fini-hed in chaete and exquisite stj le.
The Folding Case of the Family Ma
chine is a piece uf cunning Workmanship
of ne most useful kind. It protects the ma
chine when not in use, and when about 10
be operated may be opened as a spacious
and substantial table to sustain the work.
While some of the Cases, made oul of the
choicest woods, are finished in the sim
plest aud chasieyi manner possible, others
are adorned and embelished in the most
costly and superb manner.
It is absolutely necessary 10 see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as lo judge of
its reat capacity and beauty.
It is last becoming as popular for family
sewing as our Manufacturing machines are
for manufacturing purposes.
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
silk t'vist, thread, needles, oil , etc., of the
very be.t quality.
Send for a Pamphle.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. 8 10 Chestnut St
N. S. Tiuuley. Auent. in Espy, Pa.
A. J. Evans, Agent, in Bioomsburg.
Nov. 11, 1863.
Old, Things Bfcomc Iew,
The undersigned would beg leave to in
form his old friends, and "die rest of man
ki.rid," tiiat he ha lately relumed Irom the
service of his count rv, and again re- -vAS
opened I. is OLD E S T A B LI S II- rA
E I) T A I L O RING S A LO O N, -It.
with a view ot making up entire new gtsr
men, as weil as mending old one., for all
mankind, and any body el-e. who may
favor him with their work in his line.
M!e is prepared to do work NEAT, Fa-h-lONAP.LEand
SUBS I ANT1 AL,.and hopes
b so doing, ar.tl strict attention 10 business
o meri' and rceive a due .-hare of patron-
a.;. But remember, ail. that these times
.reijii;re ijioiiej,'nr Mniethi"g to live upon,
he 'here'i rt! hope a-nd tru-t-. 'tint when
le lia done hi. part, his ustomers u ill
do theirs. t furnishing the '"reaty John,"
or re;idy trade. For truly Ihe '"Laborer is
'v,:lh". ol his hire."
Blooutshnrg, Sept. 10 162.
A CARD TO THE SUFFERING.
SWALLOW two or three Hogsheads of
Buchu, Tonic Bitters. Sarsaparilla, Nervous
Antidotes, &u., Sir... &c, and after yon are
satisfied with the result, then liv one box
ol OLD DOCTOR KUCHAN'S ENGLISH
SPECIFIC PILL, and be re-'ored to
health aud vigor in less than 30 days.
They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, prompt and salutary in their effect
on the broken down and s!i a'tered cotisti.
tmion. Old and young can lake them with
advantage. Imported md sold in the U.
S. only t.y JAS. S. BUTLER,
No. 427 Broadway, New York,
JAgent for the United States.'
P. S. A box of the pills, securely pnek
ed will be mailed to. any adures- on
receipt of price, wnich is ONE DOLLAR,
post paid, money refunded by the Agent
it entire ati : 1 io 11 i not given.
July 20, 1864 3-n. -
EDITOR OF IHE STAR,' Dear Sir.
With your permission I wish to say to the
rea-jers of your paper that I" will send, by
return mail, in all vv.'io wish it (free) a Re
cipe( with lull direci;o:i lor making and
using a simple- Vt-getabie Blm. that will
effectually remove, in ten days, pimples,
blotches. Tan. Freckles, nnd ail impurities
of trie skm, leaving the diimp foil, cUar,
smoo h atid beautiful. I will also mai!
tree to those havit g Bald Head", or bare
Faces, simple directions and information
that will enable them to start a full growth
luxuriant hair, whiskers, or a moustache,
in le.-s ihan 3Crdays.
All applications answered by return mail
without charge. Respectfully yours,
. THOS P. CHAPMAN, Chemist
S31 Broadway, New York.
July 20, 14 3ni.
rVurlli central 2nilv:iv.
TI ME TA LB E.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the
North and West Branch of the Susquehan
na. Elmira, and !1 of Nnr'liern New York.
On and alter Mondav, Ai.ril 20th, 1163,
the Passenger Trains ot the North Central
Railway will arrive and depart from Sun
bury, Hrrisburg m.d Baltimore, as follows-
Mail Train leave Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at fO.10 a in.
Leaves Hat risburg, 1.15 p.m.
Arrives at Baltimore,' 5.35 "
Express Train leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at 1 1 07 p.m.
Leave Harrisb'rg, except Monday 2.00 a.m.
Arrives at Rjltjtriore daily except
Monday, at ' . 6.15 a.m.
Accomtnodaliorleaves Harrisb'rg 6.30 a.m.
Mail Trail leaves Uai:imore daily
except bunda) s at
Arrives at Sunbury,
i' xpiess Tiattis Baltimore daily,
- Arrive- at ila'risburg.
L-"3es Harrisivrg excep: Monday
arrives ;,i Sunbury.
9.15 a m.
1.15 p m .
4.05 p m.
Fr lnrt.icr particulars aopiv at ti ctfii-e.
1 N DL'BA'KRY, Supt.
Harrlst'urg. Aug t. li63.
IX CJ HOHLR,
Sl'RGEO IV 1 E T I S T."
J 3 ESP EC FULLY offer. his
' Cfffrl-Sik ptpfessioual services to the
' ' ladies Sl gentlemen ot Biooms
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
to all the various operation in Den;iiry,
aud is provided with the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
seried on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural. .
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on kand. Alloperalions on the teeth
Residence and Office, a few doors above
IXVALII) SOLDIER NATIONAL HOME
5 8 5 B RO A D W A Y NEW Y O R K.
lCrRROR CP ' THE KZo
BELLI w XT. ,
The -Moat Complete and Magnificent
War Exhibition Extant.
Devoted to raisi g Funds for a Na
100,000 TICKETS, AT SI EACH,
A DONATION of $3i.720 in Valuable Prop,
o ty to the Ticket Holders.
JOSIAH PERU AM, Agent lor the Pro
prietors, has the honor 10 announce a plan
for creat ing a fund for I he founding of a
National Institution, lo be a home for In
valid, disabled, discharged soldier?.
The original sumber of Tickets issued
for this object was 100,000, one third of
which have been already disposed of in
Boston, Mass. where Ihe enterprise was
Each of ihe One Dollar Tickets is good
for Four Admissions to the Mammoth
MIRROR OF THE REBELLION,
at 585 Broadway, New York City, or
wherever else exhibited.
One half of the profits of ihe entire sale
will be exclusive.ly devoted and donated
to the above named patriotic object.
According to the original advertised
plan, a Mass Meeting of the ticket hold
ers was held in Faneufl HaM, Boston, on
Nov., 4fh, and an adjourned meeting at
ihe same place on Dec, 16ih. The fol
lowin; named gentlemen were elected as
a Board of Trustees, to receive the funds
which may accrue from the novel enter
prise, and to appropriate the same to this
il'ject in accordance with ihe plans of the
oriaiuator ; Gen. John S. Tyler, Boston:
his Excellency Governor James Y. Smith,
of Rhode Iland; Hon. Geo Briggs of New
York ; his Excellency Gov. A. G. Curtin of
Pennsylvania, Major Gen. N. P. Hanks, of
Mass., Major Gen. O. O. Howard of Maine,
his Excellency Gov. Richard Yates, of
To speedily accomplish this great ob
ject, ever wi.se means will be used by
the prelector to efTect-the rmmediate sale
of the tickets; and he calls upon the loyal
and humane to assist earnestly in cairying
t'nis noble undertaking forward lo a Iriutn
Neither its importance, nor its feasi
bility, can be called i n cuesiion.- Lei ihe
people but respond in a spiril worthy oj
the project, and no obstacles shall delay
it cotisjiiiirnatioti . .
Making the proposition in good faith,
and teady to devote his whole energies to
the great work, the projector firmly be
lieves the tide of popular favor will flow
in the desired direction', and accomplish
the lotindivji and insure the creation of n
permanent National Institution, which
shall be-an asylum for the retired mltier,
whose loss of health or limb is his diplo
ma for heroic seivices peiformed in his
country's cause, and which shall go dnvin
to the future generations a bles-ing 10 man
kind and an enduring monument to the
liberality ot the loyal people.
Bv combining this -enterprise with a
public place of amusement ol such well
established high character and merit, the
subscriber to the fund, while giving his
money for t fie promotion of a great char
itable design, may receive a full equiva
lent for the outlay in witnessing this
snlendid series of Puinlings.
ATTAR ACTIVE BOUNTY TO PUR
fll A L'D
To effect the speediest 'possible sate of'
these tickets, so that unnecessary exvr.se
may oe saved, any me national num
Kntid nroportionately increaseci, a further
inducement is offered as a ooonty lo par
chafer. A soon a the tickets sla'l have been
sold, in addition lo one half the profits, as
aforesaid the following descrihe.t prop
erty will be donated to the ticket 'holder,
and pl-iced in the hands ol their Trustees, i
a distinct board having been chosen for'
that purpose, at the mass meeting field 1
a above stated, and rvhicti consist ofthe t
lollowit g gentlemen who, on receipt ol 1
the properly, will dispose ofthe same, -by
lot, or (nherwise, a the ticket holder in I
mass meeting may direct there to fie no
violation of law in such disposal : Ho-i.'C.
O- Ro-e.-s, Hon. C. W, Slack. (Jen.
Cowdin. Col. A.J Wright, John C Hay
ties. E-q., ot Boston, Joh 11a Webster Esq.,
(d'.Maplevill, Mass , Isaac S. More Esq.,
of Cambridge, Mass.
SCHEDULE OF DONATION PROPERTY
To ichiih the 7 icktt-holders will be
One sfntccl residence in the City
of Rn bury. Mas, valued at 510 000
Three Piano forts, val. at 500 each 1.500
Five piano-fortes, val. atS30G eech
Five tiohl Watches, at S100 each,
Fi'ly Geld Watches, at 550 each,
Two shares in the Boston and Wor
cesier Railroad, a Sl30each.
Two shares ir. Ihe Boston and Maine
R R. valued atSl30 each,
Two shares in the Merchants' Bank,
Boston, at S100 each, 200
Six thousand Gold Union Medals
valued at S3 each, 18,000
Two Sewing Machines, at S50 each, .100
Total, . 3J,720
Due notice will be ghen of the 'next
mass meeting of the ticket holders which
will take place in New York City
A National Home Ticket, costing o.u
dollar, consists of five coupons, four of
which are admissions to the Mirror, good
at any time, and th other a certificate of
an interest in the Enterprise, which Ihe
The admision coupon may be ued ?ep
arately, or nil al once, as suits the conve
nience of the purchaser.
All communications on the subject, nnd
all orders for tickets by mail, or expre,
should be directed lo JOSIAH PERU AM,
Agent, 5S5 Broadway, New York City.
Persons taking an active interest in thi
1 chatiiable nnderuking, by getting up
J clubs, w: receive eleven tickets lor every
j ten dollars sent.
Jan 2n, IXfi-l
Estate o' Jl'm. E. Robberts late of
Jackson township, Columbia Comity
f ETI ERS of administration on the es
tate of William E. Rcbberts, late of
Jack on iwp., Col tmbi 1 c 1 1 . ileuMid,
have beeen granted by the Register of Co
lumbia county 10 Abranam Young, of
Ben'on township, said county. All persons
having claims against the estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them to
the administrator for settlement, and thoe
indbied 10 the estate ate required to make
payment to the nndersigned forthwith.
ABRAHAM YOUNG, Adm r.
Benton twp-', Nov. 9. 1864 6w. S2..
BLANKS! BLANKS! BLANKS ! I
DEEDS, SUMMONS, "
jdLzx2' " cJule siszblzSsnT lfo sale
One of the oldyi nu moM reliable rem
edies in the world for Cough, Colds,
Whooping Cotigh, B'onrhHi, Dif
ficulty ot Breathing, Asthma,
Jfoar stress, Sore Throat,
Cronp,and very Aflejii-m ofthe THnOAT
LUNtiS and CHEST, including even
WISTAR'S BAIAM OF WILD CHERRY
So general has the ue' of thi r m-jdy
become, and so popular is i' everywhere,
lhat it is unnecessary 10 recou."'l'IR virtues.
Its works fpesk for it, and find" utterance
in the abundant and voluntary ts ,lT,ony '
ihe many who from long suffering ai.-"4 t-
tied disease have by its ue been rest."'!''
to pristine vigor and health. We csn prtV
sent a mass of evidence in proof ot out
CANNOT BE DISCREDITED. -
Testimony of Mr. JAMES GRIMES,
a gentleman highly esteemed 'in Columbia
and one whose statement can ba
Ml. Pleasant, Col. co., Pa , May2l,180
Messrs Seth W. Fowler & Co., Boston f
Gentlemen About three year ago our
daughter, now twelve years of age, wa
severely afflicted with croup. A general
irritation ol the, lungs followed, producing
a heclic cough, 'which became almost con"
slant, swelling of Ihe temples and-oiher
indications of Consumption were also ap
parent, and her life was; e'espaired of by
her physician. At this critical moment we
were induced to give Dr. Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry a trial, and after she had
taken one bottle vr found her so much re.
lieved lhal it was thought unnecessary to
continue its use. r--ince ihat time we have
used the Balsam in our family in cases of
Coughs and Cold-, rnJ believe it '.io be "a
superior .remedy foi all diseases of the
Lungs. " -'
Yours with respect JAMES GRIMES.
FROM JESSE SMITH, E-q.,
President of the. Morris Co.inty Bank.Mor
iislown,N. J. ' z?i
"Having used Dr. Wear's BaJsaTj of .
Wild Cherry for about fi'teen years, and
having realized its beneficial recalls ja my
family, it affords me great pleasure in re
commending it to the -public as a valua
ble remedy in cases of weak Iunf, cnht,
couahs, &c, and a remedy which I consid
er to be entirely innocent, and may be ta
ken wi h perfect safety by the "ji.ost fcdeli
cate in health."
FI.OM HON. JOHN E. SMITH,
A distinguished Lawyer in vveiuiu-rpr,
Md. . -
1 hav on fever! orracion rj-ed Dr.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for severe
cold, and always with JvcnlnA benefit.
know of no p-eparation that i more efii
cacioos or more deserving of federal ue.
The rUlsam ha alr been nse.f wuh ex
cellent effect by J B. Eiltott, Merchant,
Hall's Cros Roada, Ml.
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
None genuine unless sigiie-.i"! BLTi'S,;'
on the wrapper.
FOR SALE BYf . .
j I. P. niNSMORE, No. 4SI Broadway, N.Y.
S W. tOWI.E K Co.. rropr etnrs, Bonton.
At.d bv al! Drn-jgis's.
UKDDIXG'S ilCSSIA SALVE
Heals Old ore-:
Rcdding's Ku-tia Slve C;.res Burns,
Seal Is, Cuts. ,
Redding' Russia Si'v? Cure Wound.
Redd. ng's" Russia Sake Cures Bo'.'.,, JUl
re'.:' v" "r
Reddius " l'tsi3 Sve
Rheuni Pile", ErisioeU.
Redding' iiis-i Salve Curs Rtn-
worir. Corn, olc, cc.
S No famiiy hnu! I be wirl o-i' jr.
J ONLY 25 CENTS A BuX.
j For sale Uv '
i J. H. f M NSiORE, No 431 I5r ..;dwav .N.Y.
: S. W. EO'.VLE k Co. No IS Tteaiom S .,
Boston, and by a'A Druggi-is and Conntrj
Storekepers Aug 10, ico:. lv.
iFKLWIH BlIi:AKFASr AM) DINNER
; OWING lothe verj high price ol Cofiee
atid the Ma! ififficnlrv in proenrt'y a gooW
' litiitorri; and reliable article our cu!Orrer
j have oJten expressed a wi-h lhal they
could be sjij plied Ironi firi hands. ltwas
the inleniion of
The Great American Tea Comp'nj,
'. to do a strictly Tea business, bat a wa
' have had some customers living at'a dis
tance that have relied upon n to supply
them exclu-ively wi:h Tea'and Coffee, it
1 being inconvenient lrom thm iocomet
' New York. Tne Great Tea Coder Eiipo
j num of this country and a-5 cur Tea Ta
j ter was possessed of information relating
lo a CoHee that could be lurni-hed- at a
moderate prieeJ and give universal satis
faction, and al the same time aflcrd the
retailer a handsome profit we have been.
1 compelled to supplv those parties. THIS
COFFEE HAS BECOME SO POPULAR
with our customers nnd their sales have
increased to such en extent that we have
been compelled -o make large additions to
onr machinerji which will enable os 10
supply a few more cut imers with it. We
will therefore -ecd it to those who may or
der. It is fan SUPERSEDING ALL OTHER
COFFEES. This coffee ha tieen ued lor
more than a century in Paris, and since -its
introductmn into this country, it has
been in use by wme ofthe leading French
Restaurants here. The Parisians are said
to be the besv judges of coffee, and the.
great favor in which it is held by thera is
the best recommendation thai can be pro
duced for its fine flavor and healthy effect
upon the human system.
We pui up but one grade of this coffee,
and that is of a qualify that our customers
have found from experience will give per
fect satislac'ion and meet all the demands
of their trade. It is the lowest price Ihat
we can commend.
We do all our buiie-s onjthe most ex
tensive scale, buy by the car20 and sell at
only two cents per pound profit
We put up this coffee in barrels only, of
125 pounds each. This method of putting
it up saves from 2 to 5 cents per pound lo
the customer, and by its being in a large
quantity 11 retains its - fine flavor much
longer in this 'orm than in any other. Wa
send with each barrel Show-Cards, Circa.,
lars and Posters, to assisi'the dealer to in
troduce it to his customers. We hope our
customers will take pains to have tbetn
well posted up and distributed, a it will
be to their advantage to do so.
This coffee we warrant to give perfect
satisfactfon, and it it does not please, the
purchaser has the privilege of returning
the whole or any part ol it within 60 days,
and having his money refunded together
with all the expenses of transportation both,
We isoe a Price Circular of our Tea
and Coffees, which we an glad to sent
fre to all who wish it. Consumers of cof
fee should enquire for the French Breakfast
and' Dinner Coffee and be nre that it a
purchased of th GREAT AMERICAN
'TEA COM PANY, Importers and 'Jobbers
35 A- 7 Vesey St.. New York.