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STAR OF THE NORTH
THINGS ABOUT TOWN & COUNTRY.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY. 18. 1865.
WASTED. A fcmarf, active and latel-
ligent boy to leara the printing business.
The Communication of "Vox Popuu" is
crowded out til I r.ext week.
"The frie'rid of the Rev. J. W. Lescher,
desire to give him a donation on the 26th
inst., al his residence, in Bloorasburg. See
card iu another column.
Hon. Wm. H. Jacobt oar senior has
been appointed to the following commit-
lees, in the House of Representative of
Pennsylvania : Accounts P i inting Mines
We have been informed that Cmmis
eionner Grier, will, aft ft having finished i he
-work of the draft under tne former call,
foils to this place to revise the enrollmeut
before making the next draft.
S. H. Miller is an enterprising merchant
and accommodates the wants of the people .
Call and see his large and excellent stock
of Dry Goods. Queeu.ware &c, just receiv
ed and now being iffered for bale al the
Jcst So ! An old lady in this town says,
she don't tee a bit of sense in pu'ding thej
price of goods so high on account of the
war. li don't teem to stop the war a mjte !
She is almost as much of a statesman as
A Donatio Partv will te given by life
citizens of Huntington and adji iniujj town
ships in Luzerne and Columbia counties, at
New Columbus, Luzerne co., on Saturday
2lsi inst., for the beneti: of the family of
Rev A R Rutan, who is confined in Fort
Job PmNTiNU. Every variety of Job
Printing can now fce executed at The Star
office with dispatch. Having an abundant
supply of new and modern rru'erial in this
department iof the establishment, we feel
conhJent of rendering entire satisfaction
both as tQwork and priced.
The papers announce that "Mr. Chase is
appointed to (ill the place of Chief Jusiice
Taney. ' Mr. Chase may sit in the saie
official chair, but he can never fi I Judge
Taney's place. A coon rn.iy sit in a lion
den, and "el up to be a lion, and attempt to
ruarfbut it will be or.ly a cjoa slid.
Rev. A. R Jura, of Luzerne count) has
passed an examiria'ion before. the Military
Inqiii-ii.-m at H.irrisburg; and we suppose
lias been declared guilty of some c ff-nce
He has teen sentenced to tjndergo a six
fuoaihs impri-'orlmd i t in Fort Mdlli'i and
pay two hundred dollars fi ie.
Tnt Maryland Constitution " is a Big
but the freedom it guarantee- to
citizens of Maryland is not near so benefi
cial, as theLiberty . granted to the people
of Columbia county, to purchase new goods
of Pktkh Emt, at Li;ht Street, who has a
large stock and offers to oblige his custon
crs on literal terms. See advertisement in
to day's Slur.
The contest for the appointment of Post
Master in Bloomsbortf, seems to have (al
ien between Ilev. D. A.Beckley and Mr.
Jjhn B Fur-el. We do not pretend to have
a pnt," or even think of saving a wont to
bear upon trie matter, it mibt be disloyal
to present so much presumption bnt from
present signs we are induced to believe tknl
the man receiving Jthe appointment will be
Post Matter. Oar Devil says : "Tuat bo.:'
Examinb the Es ROLtMtNTS. Every dis
trict should promptly attend to having those
who are enrolled, and who are not liable to
tnili'aTy duty, stricken from the enrollment.
Tn larger the enrollment ihe larger will be
the qoota, consequently where exempts
are allowed to remain on the list toe dis
trict will have to furnish that proportion ot
.increase in the drait The reader will see
that it is important to bate the enrollment
Tax on Distillid Spihits. The Presi
dent having signed the new revenue bill,
recently passed, the Commissioner of In
ternal Revnue is taking the necessary steps
for collecting the tax of 82 per gallon "ou
all spirits that may be distilled and eold, or
distilled and removed ior consumption or
eata on and after 'January 1st, 1865." The
a'ddi tonal tax will therefore date from that
time, and it behooves whiskey drinkers to
reflect seriously before determining to pur
sue their vocation any longer at'the en
hanced price per drink which the retailer
.will be compelled to pot on.
- There was a piper had a cow,
And he bad no hay to give ber ;
' He look his pipe and played a tuae
. . Consider, co w-J? consider.
Skatisg. We have bad lor the past
hree or four days some excellent opportu
nities for skating. The weather has been
somewhat mild, bat Dot sufficiently so to
to render the ice in tbjs least nnfirm, and
jast eold enough to make the exercise pleas
ant and Agreeable. Skating is all Lhe rage
just now among our young folks, and those
' who lack the art are very anxious to learn,
and skates, .which . but a few years ago,
were used oniy by boys and men, are now
d be found in every household, and for al
most every -member thereof. Tis decid
edly a pleasant exercise, and one which is
fast becoming a universal favorite in every
community where there is the least oppor
tunity for ladulging in-it. We have several
tnaSl pcfr.d in ihe vich.iiy of our town,
which are literally ih'onyed- every after?
riooti and eveni.o, nd ma ly of our young
OBIGINAL, GENUINE & RLLIACLE,
FOR THE GROWTH.-KEAUTY AND
PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR.
Price f 75 cts.pcr bottle.
This preparation can show
living evidences of its excel
Photograph and read certifi
cate of Mrs. Wm. Sutton
hair five leet and one inch in
length used Reeves' Ambro
sia about tweniv months.
Photograph and certificate of
Mrs. L M. Neil hair five ft.
length used the Ambrosia
Thousands are u-ing this
preparation and offering wil
These potographs, taken from life, have
reen awarded to extend the knowledge of
the-merits of this wonderful discovery .
Hundreds have seen these ladies and- heard
the facts from their own lip.
Mrs. JLfaxweiTs Testimonial.
Ae'J? York, Dec 23, 1862.
Knowing positively tuat Reeves' Am
brosia piod.ueed a beautiful head of hair
for Airs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was induced, thereby, to use
it thoroughly. I needed someihiug for my
hair, it being short and thin hail used one
half dozen bottles when I could plainly
notice an increase in its length, strength,
and beauty. An experience of abont iwy
years has proved a complete success. Mo
haii is now by measurement, four feet ten
inches in length, nearly reaching the fjoor.
I have allowed my photograph to proclaim
the merits of Reev Ambroia io the
world. - .
MRS. WALLACE E MAXWELL.
CCT" 1U entenprUing Druggists have
these Photographs ami keep for
sale, RE EVE Si d MB ROM. I at lb
Cents per Bottle.
DrU2gitts who may not have our prepa
ration, will sond for it it applied to Prin
cipal Depot, 62 Fulton Street, New York.
Nov. 30. I864. 6 mos.
OY virtue of a writ of venditioni rxponas,
-to me directed, i-sed out of the Court
of Common Pleas of Columbia ennntv Pa.,
will be exposed to public hale at the ILuise
ol J. din L. Hirs-, in Slahtown, Locum iwp ,
on TUESDAY, 17TH OF JANUARY. 165
at 2 o'clock P M., of said day, the follow
ing described properij . to wit : A certain
Iot oi Eiccc of Laud
situate in Locust to vuship, Cdarnbia
4 county, containing about 14 ACRES, mire
or s, bounded as follows, to wit ; kt
ih e Wext hy Utids of D vi. I tf iwer, o'i the
North by lands of Benjimin Fulk, on ttie
East by lauds of Israel Riri, on the Son th
by lanil of William Wilson, whereon art
erer-ted a Story and a halt
FR.U1E DWELLING I1CISE
and a three story Curding Machine
House, with ur-iod
VAT R POWER,
and a Log S able with ths appurtenatices.
Seized, taken in execu ion and to be sdd
as the piopertv of John Fegfly.
SAMUEL SNYDER, S ieriiL
B!rnmhnri D-'f2l. 1 S 4 . J
Valuable Heal Estate.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
the Orphans Couri of Colombia County,
JANUARY, SATURDAY 28177. t63.
al 2 o'clock in t tie forenoon, Henry C.
Hds, Administrator of Pe er Hs-t. Ute of
Sugarloaf township, in said county dee'd..
will exposH to sale by Public Vendue, on
the premises, a cert?ui
T.KACT OF LAXD,
Situate in said township of Suarloaf. ad
joining laid of Joshua and 'Alexander
Hess. Henry GolJet and John Sickle, con
and THIRTY SIX PERCHES : on which
are erected a two-story Frame
DWELLING 110 USL,
Fit a ME BARN,
and outbuildings. A Fine
and lhe undivided half of one
and a firfcl-ra'.e Sugar Cm p. ALSO, an
other Siioate in ihe same township; adjoining
lands above mentioned, and lands of Alex
ander a nd Joshua Hess ; containing
and one hundred and thirty-eight perches.
All timber land, of good quality. Late the
e-ta e of vaid deceased, situate in the twp.,
of Sugarloaf and county aforesaid.
JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk.
Jan. 4, 1865.
Conditions of Sale Ten per cent . of the
purshase money to be paid down on the
day of sale : one-fourth of the balance of
the purchase money, on the co i finnwtion
of the sale; and the balance i;i ore yea
from confirmation, with interest from said
A Deed will be delivered to th purcha
ser upon payment of the consideration
money, or securing the same to be paid as
required by the administrator.
HENRY C HESS. Adm'r.
A elm in is Ira tor's Notice
Estate of John Graham, late of Orange
LETTER8 of administration on the Es
tate of John Graham, late of Orange iwp ,
Colombia county, dee'd, have been grant
ed by the Register of said county, to Peter
Ent, ot Light Street ; and all persons hav
iug claims against the estate of the dece
dent are requested to present ihem for
settlement to the undersigned without de
lay, and those Owing tbe estate to make
PETER ENT, AdmY.
Dec. 21, 1864 6w. $3.
Attorney at Law,
BL0Q3ISBUEG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
pfILL practice in the several Courts of
Colombia county. All legal business
intrusted to his care shall receive prompt
OFFIC E, Oii Main Siree', Exchange
Buildings', over Miller's Sic .e. -
L. LYONS PFRE OHIO
$1arklin? Catnvba Wines,
3qmu in Quality and Cheaper in Price than
the Brandien and Wines of lh&
For Summer Complain:, Cholera Infantum,
Bowel Complaint, Cramp, Cholic
JI sure Cure is guaranteed, or the
money will be refunded.
In support of the above statements, ars
pret-ented the Certificates of Dr. James R
Chilton, chemist New York, Dr. .Hiram
Cox, Chemical Inspector, Oho, Dr. Jas. R.
NichoU, chemi-t, Boston. Dr N. E Jot.es
Chemical Inspector, Circlevtlle Uhio, Prof
C. T Jackson, chem st, Boston, Dr. Chas
Upham Shepard, Ckiarleston, S. C, and J.
V. Z. Blancy, and G. A. Mariner, consult
ing chemists, Chicaso, all of whom have
analyzed the Catawba Brandy, and com
mend it in the highest leim,for medical
analysis if the' Alussachusstlis titute
Jlsayirt Jan. 25, 1858.
When evaporated through clean linen it
left no oil , or offensive matter. In erery
respect it is a Pure spiri'ous liquor. The
Oil which gives to this Brandy lis flavor and
aroma, is wholly unlike fusil, or grain oil.
Ls odor partakes rd both the fruit ami oil o
grapes. With acid, it produces others of
a hiah fragrance. The substitution of this
Brandy lor Cognac Brandy wid do away
with the manufacture of firiitiou spirits,
sold under this name both al home and
A. A. HAYES, M D., Assayer to Statt.
Mass., 16 Bo le-ton St
liy the same, in 1861.
I have analyzed "L. Lyons' Pure Cata
wta Brandy," with reference 10 its com
position ami character, being the same as
iti.-it produced in last years. A sari' pie
ik-n from ten caks afforded the same
re'ilis w'nh regard to purity ; a slig-hlly
incre ased arriount of ihe principle ou whir h
its fl vor depends was determined by com-pari-on
wuli former samples.
The indicators of analvtis thow lht
this Brandy is pro licedby if e bnie pre
cess as most of the imported Brandy. ,
Respectfully, A. A. HAYES, M. D.
Sl;te Asser, 16 Bovles'.uti St.
Boston, july 20. 1864.
Mai.ulaciur-d o ,ly by II H JACOB &
CO , (To whom all Orders hhouid be ad
dressed ) .
Depot 9 I Liberty St., New I'.'rk.
Nov 16. 1S64 3m
" K. H II. T. ANTHONY & t.O ,
.llaiiuticHiier of I'hoK graphic .11 tt tell a Is,
WHOLKSALK ASD h KTA I k-
50 1 liROA I)V A Y, N. Y.
In addition to f nr min business ot
POrOtiRAPHIC MATKBIALS, we are
Hea 'quarters tor D e loilow i"g viz
tslere- copes and Sleroscopic Vieivs,
Of these we have an immen-e a?s rtment.
including War Scenes, American ami For-
eign Citie and Lnndsoapes, lrotips. Mat
uary, &c , &.
Also, Revolving Sier-o-
scopes tor puMic or private ethibniou. Our
Catalogue will be sent lo any uiidreoi on
receipt ol Stamp.
Vt were the firl to introduce these
I he Untied ;Mt!,acvl we manufacture
rrien-e quni.tities in orat variety, ra
in pfic trim 50 cent to SoO euctt
tHSIJ.lS have the repntation of b
superior in beauty and dui ihi'ity le
ottif-rs. They will be tent by. mail,
on receipt ol pvice.
Fine Albums Made to order.
Our Cauli' -ce now embraces over Fiv
r Thousand sntj-ds (to which adiliiioos are
fontuinall v t'cing mare) of Portraits
! EiTiiie'it A neru; ins &c. viz abo-it
I0 Maj GVner.ils,
SOD Brig. Generals,
100 Lieut. Colonels
250 O her OiFice'S.
75 Na vy Orficer,
55)0 S a'eineii-,
130 Div nes,
50 Prom'nt. Women.
150 I'roml went lfreiffii Prlrm.
S.OOO topirs ol lYorksf ol
including refirodu'vions of 'he most cele
brated Engravings Paintings, S atntes, &c.
Cataltigues s-iu on rei-eipt of Stamp. An
Ord-r for one dozen Picture' from our Cat
alogue will be fided on the receipt ol 51.80
and sent by mail, Free.
PiiO on raphers and others ordering good
CO D w ill please rea? it twenty live per
cent of the amount with their ordr.
E & H. T. ANTHONY at CO.,
Manufacturers of Pnotogupiic Ma'eria'i,
5rtl BROADWAY, NEW YOI.K.
ri5" The prices und quality cf our goods can
not fail to xatify.
Dec 7, 1S64. 6mo.
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE.
IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans
Court of Columbia countyj on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21ST, 1865,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Augustus
Everhart, Executor of the la-t wi l and
testament of Jacob Everhart late ol Orange
Iwp , in saii County, dee'd, will expose to
ale. by public vendue ou the premises, a
certain Mi.82b and
TIIACT OF LAND,
adjoining lands cf I -a aft. Hageubuch and
Wm Hidly on the East, Daniel, G.' Enl on
ihe Sfnih, George Oman on the west, and
John Keirn on the North, containing
more or les, aboat Eighty Are of wnich
are cleared laudvin a good state of culti
vation, win a good Aopl
auuui vl. i c w i " in' ii
quality Boilom LanJ, mv a new
and IIOUt" on lhe the premies, with a
SPRING OF WATER,
late lheE-tate ofaid tleceased, situate in
the township ot Orange and county afore-
",d" JESSE COLEMAN, "Cerlc
MOSES COFFMAN, Auctioneer.
January 4, i365.
ATRIM0NIAL. LADIES AND GEN-
emen. it you wtsn o mrry attitress
the undersigned, who will send you wi h
out money and without price, valuable in
formation that wilt enable you to marry
happy and speedily, irrespective of age.
wealth or beauty. Thi. information will
cost yoc nothing;, and if you wish lo marry.
I will cheerfully assist you. All letters
strictly confiaential. lhe dpsired informa
tion sent by return mail, and no questions
asked. Address Sarah 13 Lambertj Green-
BIoo m liurr, Columbia Co.,
vT"ne subsribjr, proprietor of the above
- named extensive establishmen!, is now
prepared to receive orders for all kinds of
machinery, for COLLERI ES, BLAST FI R
NAC ES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESHIMG MACHINES, &c, &c.
He is also prepared to make Smves, all
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, nod every
thing usually made in rirst-class Foundries
His extansive facilities and practical
workman, watrant him in receiving the
largest contracts on tbe most reasonable
tktT Grain of al! kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
This e.-tablishmeni i located near
he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
The New York Weekly Herald.
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prietor of the Weekly Herald to guarantee
lhe la'esl and most reliable information
possible to be obtained, noi only from all
parts of the United States, but from all parts
of the world.
Ts home correspondents engaged at very
heavy cost, and connected with each new
naval ani military expedition ol the gov
ernment, prove ttiat it is determined lo leave (
no spot uncovered by Us operations arul no
event cm occur that shall not find imme
diate, report In Us columns. Ii costs the
proprietor over one hundred thousand d 1
lrs per year to maintain its' corps of cor
respondents in the field.
In its collation of Foreign News the
Herald has for years held a high position,
and it will endeavor in the future 'o main
tain the stand it ha assumed. It has spe
cial corre-pondents fiationed ir. all of the
priw-in! cities of the world.
Its telegraphic arrangements extend to
wherever the electric wires are stretched.
When'lhe Atlantic cable is laid, which
feat will, soon be accomplished, telegrams
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weljas from the United States Then our
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The proprietor devotes a portion of the
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Cattle Markets, General News, and jepors
ol all events calculated to form an excellent
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"raphie view of th evemsof the world
and all at a ry in-.v price.
The Weekly Herald is i-sned every Sat
urday morning, and furnished at the fol
lowing rales :
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Any larger number addressed t names
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ang'aved on wood. Also, a pat'ern, fro.n
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CSSpHcimens sent graii, whe l sent for.
Nov. 23, 1864.
THE NEW GI10CERY STOilE
FORMERLY ERASMAS' OLD STANDJ
ON MAIN STREET,
ITIorc I' resist GooI.
Just received al Henry Gigers few
FEED AND ' rROVlSlOXS. .
Together jwith a great variety of notions
&c-. ton numerous io mention.
s"Butler, Eggs. Mal and produce gen
erally taken iu exchange torood.
j 2 ' !
by- '-'' T-i 'I -
G FC VESTEN 8c CO. "
i'iaao i outi: .AMirAtrn
THE atiention of the public and the trade is invited to our New Scale 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano Fortes, which lor volun e and purity of tone are unrivalled bv any hi lierto
offered in this market. They coniuin nil
Action, Harp Pedal. Iron Frame, Over-Stri.n Ba &c.. i d eacli u.sin ir et.t being n.ade
under the personal supervision ot Mr J. H GROVFSTEEN, who has l ad a practical ex-
t erienceof over 30 years in iheir n anulacture, is fully warrenied ir ei-ery pnr'icnlar.
The Grovetteen Viano-F rie Recfitetl ihp Highest auurd cf Mtril ftir all others
at the Celebrated World' Fair.
Where were exhil tied iri.-trnmenss ftom the best makerf of London, Pari v Germany ,
Pl.ilapelphia, Bdltirnore, Boston and New York; and also at the American InMitnie lor
live successive years, the-gold and silver medals from both ol w Inch can be seen at our
ware-roon. i ire introduction oi improvement e mnn'- - - "
l . ... r:..
Forte, and by manufacturing large!), wph a HncMy cdsh sxstem, areenaoieo io tuicr
the-e ins'rumeiits al prices which will preclude all competition.
PRICES : No. 1, Seven Octave, round comers, Roew -or-'. plain i ae 275. Nn. 2
Seven Octave, round corner", I'nifwooil heavy moulding S3h0. No. 3, Seven Ocave,
round corner. Rosewooif. Louis XI V sh le $325 a simile of t' a!'"" cut
teims .-u'l' i?i ciFut:r:A'T rrans.
rDEaCRlPl 1VK CIRCULARb 6E.n 1 FREE.j
July 13, 1864 ly.
ittnaji (i.oTnr imN';r --.
IT IS IlrE ONLY RELIABLE
S : L F-Jl VJ UST1SG It'll L G Ell.
iYo Wo d Work to swtll or spiit-r-No
Thumb set exes to gel out of order -Warranted
with or without cng-ichteh
XT took tin first prerninm at fitty-seven
Slate and C-ointy Fairs in 186 3. and i
without any exception, ihe bet Wringer
ever made. Pteiit-d in the Un Ued State,
England Canadi, and Australia. Agents
wanted in every town, ami in al parts of
the world. Energetic Agents chii make
from three to ten Dollars per day.
Sample Wringers sent Express paid on
receipt of price.
v. " fi .,(1 o 1. S7 50. No. F. SS 50.
I No. A, 50. Manufactured am' sold,
wholesale and reUii bv
.THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO ,
No. 13 Piatt St'eet, N. Y. & C.WeUnd, O.
A H FUANCISCUS. Agei.t,
fj hat Everybody Knows, viz: m
Thni iron well iialvnnized will not rust.
That a simple machine i- he'ter tfian a
compltcaicd otte. That a Wringer rliMild
t e self, adjusting, durable, nod eiTicient.
Th;.i Thumb -crews and Fastenings cause
d-lay and trouble to regulate and kee;i in
i order. That wood soaked in hot' water
will swell, r-hrink and split. 1 hat wood
; be'aricgs 'or the si. alt to run in will wear
lout. Tirat ihe Putnaui W r i n - r, w i h or
1 u ithout cog w l-.e-ls.w il! not tear the. clotl es
That cog wheel regulator uti no! essen
til That ih" Putnam Wrin-ger has llthe
advan laaes, and not one of the disadvan
tages above named. That all who tiave
tested i, pronounce ! the b st W'iugcr
ever rra:1e. Thai i will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We nnaht till It' paper with testimoni
als, but iit'e't only a lew to'convii.ce the
keptical. if sio-h tt re be; and we .ty to
all, test Pii'nani's Wiit:ger IV-i it thor
onghly wiih any amt all others, and ifnoi
pntuelv sati-ffctory return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Geii'lemen I know from practical
experiei ce tin", iron well gal vaniyed with
zinc will rot oxidize or rust oi e particle.
The Pulnain Wringer is a near perfect a-pcs-itle,
aid 1 can cheerlully ie cam inei.d
il lo- be ll e he-i in n-e.
JOHN W. WHEELER.
CI" velaiid. O i io
Many j enrs experience iu the galvai iz
ing busir-rgs, enr.tle me to endorse the
above statement in all parti""Urs
JNO C. LEFFERTS.
No. I0i BeeKtiiiiu St.
New York, January. 1864.
We have te-ted Pn'nam Cl'hes Wring
er by practical working, and know that it
will do. It is cheap, it is simple, it requires
no room whether at work o at re-i; a child
can operate it Ii does itximy thoroughly.
It save tin e and it save wear and tear
We earnes ly atlvi-e all who hove much
wa-hing to do, wish all intelligent persons
who may have ar.v, m tny m.s Wringer.
Il will pi.y lor it-e f in a year a m "
HORAC. E GREELEY.
July 6, 164. ly.
Hating and Drinking
THE stbscr.ler re-pect'nlly givps
tice to ihe put lie that he has at h's Sa
on Main Street, constantly on hand
either in the shell rrbythe CAN, to snii
hi customers. Families cmii tie supplied
by the ca-i or by the quart upon hort no
tice. He aUo keep on hjtid XX Ale, Si
der and mi'ierals.
Give htm a call.
rloomsburg, Nov. 23, 1864.
Estate of James Mcllride, late cf Hem-
'lork township, deceased.
LETTERS of Administration on lh es
taie ol James Mi-Bride late ol Hemlock
iwp., Columbia county P.i , have been
granted hy tne Register of isai 1 county to
Hugh D Mcllride, residing in the tw p.. and
county aforesaid. AH persons having
cliims agiinst ihe esla'e of the decedent
are requested lo preent them for seitle-me-it
to the administrator withoift delay,
and all perrons indebted to the decedent
shall make payment immediaieley io lhe
HUGH D. McBRIDE, Adm'r.
Hemlock, Jan. 4, 1865 6. v S2.
.EUXKS! DLAMvS! BLANKS 15
.EXECUTIONS, SUBrCENAb, ;
fjie:ij jivJ. " lr'-'-'- r.ot
lfi modem inpro ments, French, Grand
.... ... r . norlui'1 1'iatiOj
jYcw Clothing Store,
LATEST S1VLES-CHEAP (iOODS.
rf'HE nniler'igne"l rcs.'Pi-lfnlly in'orms
his friends Ktid the public generally,
ihat he has just received Irom lhe Eastern
Cit e-, a large asort met) I of
Freh Irom the spat ol 1-a-hion, ot all ,
ii;id quantities, which will Le
sold cheap lorcas'i or country pro luce.
A L S O,
II A T.N A: CAPS
BOOTS AM) SHOES.0S,
j'?r;r logeuier wun a variety oi no
lions and things too 4 roohlesome to numer
ate, to w hicfi he invites the attention ol purchaser-.
XT He is also prepared tn make us
cfnthinz to order, on reasonable termp,
and vp to the Idlest fashions.
ftT (Jail aud examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloom t.b u rgA pnl 27. 1864.
'T- rrA ro -- r r T'r f'V 3. H
tiF FALL AM) VI. I' Eli GOODS.
''HE subscriber has just returned from
ihe cities wiih another large and eiect
Fall and Winter Goods.
pnrch;i-p l at Philadelphia and N-w York,
at the iowe-t figure, and which he is deter
rnii cd ;o st ii on as moderate terms a- can
be nriicnre.l ei-ewhere in. K.oomsbur.
Hi -Ii ci coin 4-es
L.1 DIES' DllESS GOODS.
(f the t in te'est styles and latest la-hions,
U-Bit er with h ffji as-or irien' of
DliY-tiOODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
AND VESTING-. .
Ci 1 1 0 C K Ii 1 K s , HARD W A R FJ .
q i : i : i : n s w a w i : . : l; d a k w a nr.,
HOLLOW WAUr.. N.MLS. IRON.
liOO ls tllOMS, HATS - OAl'S.-c.
In l.ort, eiervthuig usually ke,.t in conn
ir) !!lre.. io which he inv es he attention
oi lhe j nt lic genrrally.
I he t:it.e-t rice will b pa'd for coun
try produce. Ih cxchfjje for good-.
STEPHEN H. MILLER
i;!oo.,4sburg. Oct U ls;6 1.
CON FI-.C'I If) l MY STOII E .
II. ('. (HklsTUlAN,
'ESPECTFULLY announces to the cili
-zeti? ol Bioom-borg and vicinity that
he ha- just opened a new RetreshiriPi.l Sa
Icon and Coriieciirmeri S ore, on Mai'tt-st ,
econd doer below the -'American House, "
w here he intends supplying all w ho may j
imv tiriM iiii-ir cu-toni wun f !f.n u IN
TERS. Clam Soup, Sardines, Boded Eggs,
Ha n Tripe Pi:s' Feet, Dried Hetrii.g, c.
He wdl l-o kee i on tiao i a superior ar
ticle rd DRAUGHT ALE Porter Lagerbeer,
ai it S.ir-aparilla : ti)geiher with a good as--rrMnenl
of Can lie. Sweetmeats, Ciikes,
f'lgar- ai'd Ct-ewing Ti'bacco In connec
li ri with this saloon he has fined up a La
dies." Department where nil who may de
sire can rail lor Oysters and Refreshment-'
and wiil be free Irom all annoyances and
indecencies iliji ladies are ton often ex
po-ed 10 in sortie o our best re-taurauts.
Don't fail to givp him a call.
H. C CHRISTM AN. Proprietor,
hloomsburg. Oct. 12, 1S64.
A(Jmi;u(r;itor s rVoticcr
Estate of Jacob Kindi glaie of Fishing
cretk twp-, die raxed.
I EE iTERS ol administration on ihe p.
-taie of Jco? Kindig late ol Fifhingceek
twp, Cidumbia county, deceased, oave
been granted by the Regj-ter ol Colurribii
county, lo John Went.er, re-i !mg in town
sdip an t coun'y aforesaid. All persons
having claims ag.iiu-t fie e-tat of the de
cedent are . requeued to present them to
the ti'ider-igned without delay, and allp r
siiii iudebied 10 mak pavmr-t fortfiwih
JOHN WENNER, d,uV.
Ei-hgcreek, Nov. l, UtJ-tw i2
Nation;) I la i iu Agency,
HARVY &c COLLINS,
WASHIXGTOS. D C.
JN order to faciliiate the prompt adj.iM---
mem of Bontpy, arrears ot pay. Pension
and other claims due soldiers and ;her
persons trom the fioverntneni of the U. S ,
the under-igi eJ has made arrangement
with the aoove firm whot experience aa l
dose proximity, to, and 'daily intercourse
wtth, the Department, as well a- the early
knowledge acquired by thera of thia dectf
ions frequently bein made, enable them
to prosecute ciaitr.s more etfectually thai
Attorneys at a di-tanoe can possibly i!o
Ail persons entitled 10 claims of tha aboe
description can have them properly attend
ed to by oailing'ou me and entrusting them
to my tare. W. WIRT
1 1 !
GROVER Co BAKER'S
rvi. bhatfd ki.atic stitc ii
s i:r 1 1 zi m nt a i:
Were awarded the hiuhei. Pie n. if ms ovtj
ail Corr :pet ifors al the following Stale
and County F'T- of 1863.
NEW YORK SIA'IE FAIR.
First PretrniiCM tor family Machine.
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
Kir-t Premium lor Machine Work
INDIANA STATE FAIR.
Firt Premium lor Macrtpie for all purpose
i First Premium for Machine Wi.rk
I VERMONT STATE FAIR.
j j.',r ( premium lor Family Machine.
j p, r( Premium lor Manufacturing Machlti
J pjrfc( prpminm for Machine Work' '
j OHIO M'ATE FAIR. -
: plrfc, Prerninm for Machine Wo k
j. OWA STATE FAIR,
t Premium for Familv Machine
remiuiTi for Manufacturing MachTna
First Premium for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE E A I R.
F.rsi Premium for Machine for il pcrpc
First Premium for Machine Work
Frt Premium fur Machine f'r all purpos
Frist Prerninm fr Mai hiue Work,
MICAKjAN STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Manufacturing M aohlne
F:rt Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
PF.XN'A - STATE FAIR
I ir-t Premium for ManuhiCinririg Machine
hrist Premium for Machine Worn
I OREGON STA f E FAIR,
j First Premium for Family Machine
i Fir-t Prernmnfc ior Machine' Work
! "-nil i r.i ur,. iu. v i auk I, MJU.
j rii-i I icniiiiiii mi ram 1 1) &i iciline
Firi Premium f r Maiiufcrbring Mad ioe
Pirl Pre in 1 1) 111 it r M. rhina VV'nrlr
FRANKLIN CO N V. FAIR.
First Premium lor Family Machine.
Kir-' Premicrn for Manufacturing Machine
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Vi. AG'L SOC.
Fir-i Premium for Famfly Machinp
Fir-i Premium or Manulacturiii;! Machine
Fir-l Premium lor Macnine Work
j HAMPDEN CO Ma-s AG'L. SOC.
j Diploma for Family Machine.
Diploma for Machine VVoik.
WASHINGTON CO, N Y FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
QUEENS CO N Y. FAIR
First Premium tor Family Machine
First Prernium lor Mail ufaciiiring Machine
F'r-t Premium for Machine Work
SARATOGA CO N , FAIR.
First Premium lor Fsrmly Mrhioe
MECHANICS INS'Pt f'UTE Pa. FAIR.
P i r i-; PrpmiiHii for Machine for all purno
j First Premium lor Machine Wor
GER ENFIELD O. UNION FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Mat hme Work.
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR.
FirM Premiim. for Family Machine
Fir-l Prpminrn for Machine.
MONTGOMERY CO Pa, FAIR.
Fi st Premium tor Machine for ail purpoM
Fir-l Premium lor Machine Work.
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cl FAIR.
Ftrsi Premium for Family Machine
Fir-l Premium for Machine Work.
SAN JOSE DlSIRICr Cal FAIR.
F'rst Premium for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
C"Tiie above com prise a the Fair
at which the Grpver it Raker Machines
were exhibited this vear.
Sale r.io'ii-, 495 Broadway, New York.
730 Cl.et-MiU St., Philadelphia.
March 23, ISG4 ly.
TI1E Greatest Improvement yet in the
Sewing Machine Art. A curiosity worth
Please "-end for circular with sample i
The-e Improved Machines save one
hundred ppr cent of ttiread and silk, ami
make the lock-eti ch' alike on both side.
They require no instructions to operate
perfectly, except the ''printed directions "
No change in s-ewing from ot:e kind of
goods to another.
And no taking apart to clean o oil.
Our New Manufactory is now complete,
with all its ra u hinery and tools entirely
I new, and i already- rapidly turning ,,r,t
j Machine, which for I eaut and perfection
t o finish are not surpassed by am inanufae
. tl" T" in the w r.rld.
N. B. Should any M u-hir e ptove unai
if ctor, it can be returned and n.oney
Agents wanted i coonlies no! ca'ivassed)
by our own Ag"nt
FINKLE k LYON S. M. CO.
No. S3S Broadway, New York.
April 2D. ISftl. lv -
rVoticc Io Trcsxas-crf.
THE following famters and land owner,
of Orange and Ceu re townships Columbia
j count , do nereoy cannon ail fersons
aioinsi t in tit'g rr i i anvise trespasmir
on iheir lands, tl.us making ihemselvr
subject to tt-e pei'-nlties if the law whiert
wili te most Mri'igenth enlorcef
Ddvid E Maymer, Stephen Hill,
Sarnuel Heidle; , Frany Hayman,
Simon L i wry. Reuben Sider, " -
All of Otange township.
Benj. S: mer, Wm Beck,
.Frederick Beck, Adam Hill." -Wm
Wi'miie, Geo Witmrs,
Joseph Ruckle, all of Centra two.
Orange, Nov 16, 1S64.J
'IHE undersigned having r"nnrted bims
sell witli es abiisheil Agem jeH in Wa-h -inston
and Philadelphia p-repdred to
altei d io ih- coliei-tion of Bck pJ,
Rotuitic, lnsioii!. '
arid all other equiiab'e claims against the
G arnmeni. His ex oenence and busings
connections enable ft i rn lo attend to tt err
ith the least possible delay. No charge
made unless the i Linis are secured.
Office wiih K. H. Litile, Esq., Courl;
House Alley, Bloomborg P.
r v. i;i-AriMv
Avfcirw- .a t'Wii iiiicMt4. . ni v.