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STAR OF THE NORTH
THINGS ABOUT T01VR & COUNTRY.
BLOOMS BIJ pa.
WEDNESDAY JANUARY. 25. 1865.
. WASTED A unart, active and intel
i ligentboy to learn theprinting business.
TnK frien'ds of the Rev. J. W. Lescder,
desire to give him a donation on the 26th
inst., ai his residence, in Bloomsburg.
. At present there is very little volunteer
ing going on, anJ but few substitutes being
Th Court advertisement?, complete, will
be found in thid week's isene of the Star.
Oi'qht to be laid in ashes our town we
mean coal ashes. The slippery condition
of the side-walks demand it.
The County Statement, as passed by the
- Auditors, will appear in onr next paper. It
will exhibit the affairs of our county in a
We have Three Dollars for'the Star if
. not paid until the end of the year. Those
who pay in advance pave fijiy cents.
THEFleighin in this sectiou has been
tolerably good for the past three week. On
. Saturday night last reinforcements were re
Thk houses for rent in this place do not
meet the demands. A few of our enter
prising citizens might do well to erect a
lew dwellings for rent. .
Samuel McHkxry of Benton township,
one of the Fort Mifflin prisoners, returned
to his home on Monday lttih inst., with an
honorable discharge. He was acquitted af
ter trial by the Mi itary commission. .
The Board of Enrollment for this Dis
trict, will be in attendance at Bloomsborg.
to correct the enrollment in the several
townships pf Columbia . Connlyt on Wed
uesday. Thursday and Friday ol this week
Information Wanted: An inquisitive
youth asked us lor information in regard to
the process of healing the. back-bone nf the
Confedaracy, used by the rebels. We of
. course declined anwering and referred
him to. some practical surgeon.
' LvstaLlvd. Rev W J. Leacock, was in
stalled as Pastor ol the First Baptist Church,
of Berwick, on Sabbath morning last. A
' protracted effort is now4n progress' in' that
church, and considerable interest is being
manifested. May he be the instrument in
-the hands of God of accomplishing much
good Berwick Gizeite.
All those of our ?uscrlbe who have
not yet paid their subscription 'o ih Star
for the fast and present year are respectful
ly requested to come forward on Cou-t week
and se'lle the same. There" are quite a
uamber on onr books who have not paid
for the last Volume which ended on the
27th of October 1S61. Wa mnst have
prompt payments to enable us to con inne
our business these times. Thee are '--Lin-coln
times," not good old "Democratic
times," when a man could afford to print
for $2 a year and wait one, two or thTee
yearn l?r the pay. -Hoping those knowing
themselves indebted, to us will respond in
a substantial manner, we will say .nothing
further.on the subject.
We understand that Bloom township' has
raised a bouuty lor volunteers by private
subscriptions, but stiil intemd to lay a tax
officient to s well ths bounty three humhei
dollars higher to each volunteer. Volun
teers by taking the bounty of the township,
and then entering General Hancock's corps
and" receive a government bounty of three
hundred dollars, can make a pretty
thing out of it. Those having any inclina
tion of joining the service will find t!,i- a
splendid opportunity. General Hancock i
falsing a cractc corps, designed chiefly to
- be of veterans, although others will be ac
cepted. Another time the ''back-bone of the
Ccnfedaracy is broken." Fort Fisher has
been captured and we are informed by loi
al persons that this is positively the crush
ing stroke to the rebellion. "We will have
no more drafts after the one to be made in
February" said one of our hryal-adminii-tatior,-emancipation
annihilation neighbors .
We have no donbt the felloe feels pleasant
under such anticipations, but we can not
learn why men bear disappointment, so
freely. Daring the past four years every
Tictory Dy the Federal army has broken a
back-bone of the Confe.daracy and it has
been said there will be no more drafts"
Either the persons living under these hal
lucinations are confirmed fools and dupes,
not having brains enough to be conscious of
disappointment, or they are liars and base
xleluders, attempting to brow-beat more
sensible and thongh;ful citizens.
' Wx are informed that Printing paper has
declined in price, in this market, to the
amount of one dollar. This reduction i not
yet sufficient, for (here is no reason jotify
ir.g paper manufacturers in charging such
enormous prifes for paper. The price cf
materials used in the manufacture has not
advanced anything like the rates claimed
by the paper makers. It is high time these
gentlernea were looked after, they have
been eiiorting money out of the pockets of
the people long" enough without even an
investigation of the matter. A joint reso
lu;ion passed the lower House of the Legis
lature last Friday instructing the Pennsyl
vania Congressional delegation to vote for a
repe.al pf the duty on paper. That was
right in every particular. Ever? Congress
man wilt be watched by his constituent fn
this matter. He had not better come before
thm forrsriominatioa if ha acts unwisely,
aad votes gainst 'the repeal. .
-REE V E S '
'OMGIXAI:, GENUINE & RhLIADLE,
s - A'MBROalA, .
FOR THE GROWTH, BEAUTY AND
PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR.
Price, 75 cts.pcr bottle.
This preparation can show
Jiving evidences of its excel
Photograph and read cerifi
cate of Mrs. Win. 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 fl.
length used the Ambrosia m
Thousands are using this
preparation and offering wai
These potographs, taken from life, have
been 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. Maxwell's Testimonial.
Kev York, Dec. 23.. 1862.
JCrmwing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia pioduced a beaGtifnl head of hair
for Mrs.. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, 1 was induced, thereby, to us"
it thoroughly. I needed something for my
hair, it being short and thin ha. I used oic
half dozen bottles when I could plainly
noiice an increase jn its length, stiength,
and beauty. An eAperiene of about twy
years has proved a complete sucee--. Mo
hair is now by measurement, four feet ten
inches'in length, nearly reaching, the floor.
I have allowed my photograph to proclaim
the "merits ol Reeves' Arzitr-isia io ti e
MRS. WALLACE E MAXWELL.
&3T'.ill entenprising Druggists hare
these Photographs and keep for
sale, HE EVES' AMBROSLl at 75
Cents per Dottle.
DruggiM9 who may not have onr prepa
ration, will send for it if applied to Prin
cipal Depot, 62 Fnltorl Street, New York.
Nov. 30, 1864. 6 roos.
Valuable Real Estate.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF
the Orphans Court of Colum bia County,
JANUARY, SATURDAY 2STI1, 1865.
at 2 o'clock in the forenoon, Henry C.
HifW, Administrator of Peer Hess, tat of
Sogarloaf township, in sat 1 co ur.ty dee'd ,
will expose to sale by Public Vendue, on
the premises, a certain
TRACT OF IjAIYD,
Situate in said township of Sngarlo'al ad
joining land" of Joshua and Alexander
He., Henry Golder and John Sickle, con
taining 1.15 ACRES
and THIRTY SIX PERCHES; on which
are reeled a two story Frame
DWELLING IIOISC. ?rr
frame barn, mm
and out-building. A Fine Young
aud IQ3 undivided half of oru
and a firtt-ra'.e Sugar Camp.. ALSO, an
other Situate in the same township, adjoining
lands above mentioned, am! land ot Alex
Hinler and Joshua Hes- ; containiim
and one hundred anil thirty-eight parches.
A'l timber laml, of jjood quality. Late the
o.-ta:e ol aii deceased, f-itoate in the iwp.,
of Sugarloaf and county aforesaid.
JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk.
Jan. 1, 1865. ,
Conditions of Sale Ten pr cent . of ihf
pnrshwse money to be paid down on t!t
day. of sale : one-fourth of the balance of
the purcha money, on the co .fi rm:ilion
ot the sale; and the balance in ore jear
from confirmation, with intere-t from said
A Deed will be delivered to th" purcha
ser upon pa'yme.jt of the consideration
mone y , or securing the sama lo be (aiJ a.
required by the administrator.
HENRY C HESS. Adm'r. ,
Estate of John Graham', late of Orange
LETTEF..S of administration on th Es
tate of John Graham, late of Orungs twp ,
Columbia county, dee'd, t ave been grant
ed ty the Register of said county, to Peter
Ent, of Light Street ; and all persons h.iv
ing claims against the estate of the dtce
dpr.l a'e requested to prete.'.t thwrn for
sef.Iement to th undersigned without de
lay, and those owing the estate to make
PETER ENT, AJm'r.
Dec. 21, 1864 6w. S3.
Estate rf Alexander Mears, deceased.
THE underssned, appointed by the Or
phan's Court of Columbia county, to make
distribution of the balance in the hands ol
Peter R. Herbein and John Yeager jr.,
Exechtor of Alexander Mears, late of Lo
cust twp., in said county, to and among
the creditors of the said deceased, in the
order establ isfled by law, will meet the
creditors ofihe deceased, at the Rmorder
Office, in Bloomsborg, on SATURDAY
THE2STH OF JANUARY, A. D. ,1865.
All person having claimf or demands
against te Estate of the deceased, are re
quested lo present them to the Auditor, or
be debarred froTJ coming in for a share of
JOHN G. FREEZE, Auditor.
Bloomsborg, Jan. 4, 1865 2. 50.
Estate of Sarah Stephenson, deceased.
THE undersgned, appointed by the Or
phans' Court ot Colombia county, to make
distribution of the balance in the hands of
Richard Detnott, administrator of Saran
Stephenson, late of Madison twp., in said
county, to and among the heirs and Jeual
representatives of the said deceased, in the
order established by taw, will meet the
parties irteresteJ, at the Recorder's Otfice,
in B!oomsburg,on SATURDAY 23TH O?
JANUARY, A. D. 1865. All per on hav
ing claims or demands against the Estate
of the deceased, are requested io present
them to the Auditor, or be debarred from
coming in for a share of 'ih assets,
. . JOHN G. FREEZE, AuJi'.or, '
Floombbarg, Jm,4, 1365 22.50
L. LYONS' PFRC OHIO
Sparkling Catawba Wines,
otw. in Quulify and Cheaper in Frice than
the biavdieiar.d If hies of the
For Summer Complain;, Cholera Infantum,
Bowel Complaint, Cramp, Choiic
A sure Cvre is guaranteed, or the
money icill be refunded.
In support of the above statements, ht
presented ihe Certificates ot Dr. Jama's R
Chilton, ch misi, New York, Dr. Hiram
Cox,' Chemical Inspector, Oh'o, Dr. Jhs. R.
Nichols, chemi.-t, Boston, Dr N. E Jones
Chemical Inspector, Circleville Ohio, Prof
C . T. Jat-ki-on, chemist, Boston, Dr. Cha".
Upham Shepard, Charleston, S. C, and J
V. Z. BlaRcy,-and G. A. Mariner, coii!ult
i chemists, Chicago, all of whom have
tfualj zed the Catawba Brandy, and com
mend in the highest leims, for medical
Analysis of the Afnssachussetts State
JJ.sayerf Jan. 25, 1858.
When eva ported through clean linen it
left no oil or rflensive matter. In et'ery
re-pect it . is a Pure opinions liquor. The
Oil which gives to thi- Brandy its d,ivor nnd
Hroma. is wholly unlike fnsil or grain oil.
lis odor partakes of both tht? truit and oil ol
grapes. With acid's, it produce other of
a high fragrance. - "The substitution of this
Brandy lor Cognac Brandy will do away
with the manufacture of fictitious spirits,
sold under this name both at home and
abroad. - Respectfully,
A. A. HAYES, M D., A-sayer to Stat
jMasi., lb bo) leton bt ' . . ,
fly the same, in 1861.
I have. anal)Zrd VL. Lyons' Pure Cata
wba Brandy," with reference, to its coin
position and ch-iracter, being the same as
tint produced in i ast year. A sanip'e
taken from ien ca-ks afforded the same
re'ilts with regard to purity ; a sligly
mere aspd amount of the principle on n. hirh
if? flavor depends was determined by co;:r-pari-on
with former, samples
The irulicatiors of ar.alyns fhow lh?.t
..this Brandy is produced b) tt' anie pro
cess as mot of the imported Brandy.
Re-pectluily, A. A. HAYES, M, D.
Slnte Ass;ver, 16 Boylesron St.
Boston, July 20. 1864.
Manufactured only by H H JACOB L
CO., (To whom ali Orders should be ad
dressed.) Depot. 91 Liberty St., New y.,rk.
Nov. lfi, 1864 3m
K. k II. T. ANTIIOW & 0 ,
.tiiiiuit ciiir-r- cf rtiotiigraphic MtiteriHlS;
WHOI.FSALB AND hF.TAtt.. .
5 0 1 BROAD W A Y, N. Y.
In addition to t :r m ii.n business ol
POTOtiRAPHIC MATERIALS, we. are
Headquarters ture following, v iz
Slere-'Copes and Stetoscopic Views,
Of these we have an immnriH assortment,
including U'arSwnf-, Anerira-i and For
eign Citie and Landscape, (Jroups. Stat
uary, Sec , &(.'.- Also, Revolving Stero-
sropes fof pnic or private exhibniiiu. O'lr
Catalogue win du tent
receipt ot Stamp.
to any address on
We were th'!-t tt introduce these into
the United ci ate, and we manufacture im
mene qnaulities in grpat variety, raging
in pi'int ix"m 50 cents to 50 eacti. Our
.iLIiUlaS favp the reputation of being
superior iri bean'y and durability te any
nthf-rs.-. Thev will be eeui by mail, ,
on 'receipt ol pricr.
mZT'Fiue .Hbums Made to order. 2
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five
Thousand tMilj'Cts (to which additions ar
continually being ovae) of Portraits of
Eminent Americans. &c. viz abont
100 Mj Generals,
200 Brig. Generals,
100 Lieut. Colonels
250 O her Offi-css,
75 Navy Office!,
550 S atesmens,
130 Div n e,
50 Prom'nt Women
ISO l'rominent Korpign rorlrnii.
Copies or Viorus ol
including reproductions of 'he mot cele
brated Engrivings, Paintings ,"Stat'i tes ,
Catalogue sent nn receipt of Stamp. An
Ordr for one dozen Pictures from our Cat
alogue will be filled on the receipt of SI .80
and sent by mail, Free.
Pho'ographers and others ordering good
C. O. D wiil please remit twe ny tiv ,)h
cent of the amount with iheir ordr.
E & H. T. ANTHONY. CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
W The prices and quality cf our goods can
not fad to sotify.
Dec 7, 1864. 6mo.
To Kerveous Sufferers.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of
Debility, Incompetency Premature Decay,
arid Youihlul Error, actuated by a desire
to benefit rtyier, will be happv to furnish
io a. I wii0.rtf"e-.l it,- (free of charge.) lh
leHp and direction, for makirrg the sim
ple remedy nsed in hi case. SnfTerers
witiirg to profit by the advertisers bad ex
perience, arid possd a sur and valuable
remedy, can do so by addressing him at
once at his placs ot business. The Recipe
aad lull information of vital importa nee
will be cheerfully sent by return of mad.
Address JOHN B. OGDEN.
No. 60 Nassau Street, New York.
P. S. Nervous Sufferers of both sexes
will-find this information valuable.
Dec. 7, 1864 3:no.
To JVhom it may Concern.
THE undprs:gned, Ao litor appointed by
th Orphan Court ol Columbia co.. io make
distribution of the as-orj of the E.-ta'e of
Elizabeth Murry, deceed, among the
persons entitle J by law m receive the same
will attend to thf dutiesbf his appointment
at his office in Bloomsburg on Saturday,
the 28th day of January, at 10 o'clock i:i
thu forenoon, when and where ail persons
interested may atteud if they think -prpper.
' oloomsbnrg, Jan. 4, 1S65 4l. Auditor
Democrat, copy. .
Estate of Thames IV. Young, late cf
Jackson twp. deceased.
LE TTERSJ ol administration on the Es
tate of Thomas V. Yonng, late ot Jackson
township, Xolurabia county, dee'd , have
been granted by the Register of said coun
ty, to Peter Ent, Esq., ret-iding in Light
Street. v Ail persons hawing" claiioft agausl
the estate of the decedent are requested to
present them to the undersigned without
delay, and those indebted to the same lo
nake payment forthwith. -
PETER ENT, Adtu'r. ,
Dec. 21, 1364 6w. ?3. .
Sfoombni3 Columbia Co.,
fjne snbribar, proprietor of the above
named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive orders. for all kinds of
machir.ery, for COLLERIES. BLAST FCR
NAC ES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESH IMG MACHINES, &c, &c.
He is also prepared to make S ovec, all
size and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extangivH facilities and praclicaf
workman, wairanl riim in " receiving the
largest contracts op the most reasonable
terms. " -
f"sT Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
C This establishment is locatej near
'he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
B'oomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
The New York Weekly Herald.
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prietor of the Weekly Herald to guarantee
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lis home correspondents. engaged at very
heavy cod, and connected with earn new
naval and military expedition ot the gov
ernment, prove that it is determined to leave
no spot uncovered by its operations and no
event can occur that shalj not find imme
diate report tn its columns. It costs the
proprietor over one hundred "thousand dol
lars per year to maintain its corps of cor
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In its collation cf Foreign News the
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Its telegraphic arrangements ex'etid to
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THE atterrtion of the public and. the trade is invited to onr New Scale 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano For'es. which for volume and purity of tone are nnrivatle-i lv ar j hi'herto
offered in this market. They -Contain all th1 modern improvunents. Fret ch, Grand
Action, Hnrp Pedal. Iron Frame, Over-Strung Ba &.. aid ffi h irtri n-erit beiny made
under the personal supervision ol Mr J. II. GROVKSTfcEN, who has had a pra tical -experience
of over 30 years in iheir manufacture, is (nlly w arrftiteri ii every p r.i icti 'nr.
The Grovent"tn Viano-Fvrte Deceived the Highest encard of Merit over all others
atfthe Celebrated "World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments f.iom the best makers of London, Paris. Germany,
Philapelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and also at the American Institute tor
five successive years, the gold and silver medal from both of which can be seen at onr
ware roon. By the i'mrod nc'ion of impro vemen's we make a still rnnre perfect Piano
Forte, and by manufacturing largely, wiih-a stri.-ny rash system, 'are enabled to offer
these instruments at prices which will preclude ail competition.
PRICES : No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners. Rosewood plain rae 275. ISo.
Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding 6300. No. 3, Seven Oc ave,
rouud corner. Rr-sewood Loni JCIV si le S325. a lar simile of M.e abore rut
T 22 El 31 ITKT C-Vftll, IX CSIHiUST rU'Slfe.
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS BENT FREE.
July 13, 1864 ly.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE .
S P.LF-A DJUSTIXG WHINGER.
No Wood Work to sivdl or split A't
Thumbscrews to gel out of order -JVarrantedwith
or without cog-wheels
H T took tin first premium at filty-sevan
-k -State and Count) Fairs in 1863, and i
without any exception, 'the bst Wringer
ever made. Patented in the United Stales,
Englai'd, Canada, and Australia. Agents
wantcd in every towu, and in all pans ol
the world. Energetic Aien(s can make
from three to ten Dollars per day.
Sample Wringers sent Express psid on
receipt of price.
NTo. 2, Sf 50. No. 1, 57 50. No. P, 58.50.
No- A, 9.50. Manufactured am' told,
wholeal and retail, bv
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Plntt Si'et, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
A H. FRANCISCUS. Agen.
What Everybody Knows, viz'.
That iron well galvanized will not rns!.
That a simple machine i better than a
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be sell pdj'Jsting, durable, a-id efficient.
That Thumb screws and Fastening caue
d!ay anil trouble to reguUte and keep in
order. That" wood soaked in hot uater
will swell, shrink and split. 1 hat wood
bearing for the shaft to rm in will wear
out. Tnat the Putnam Wringer", with or
without cog wheels, w ill not tear tri clothe.
That cog wheel regulator are not essen
tial. That the Putnam Wringer has all the
advantage?, and not one of the disadvan
tages above named. That ail who. have
ts;ed it, pronounce it the b -st Wringer
ever mde. That it will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might fill the paper with testimoni
als, but insert onlya few to convince the
skeptical, if such there be; and we say io
all, test Putnam' Wii.iger. Tsd it thor
oughly with any and ali others, aud it not
entirely sat i-factory. return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Gentlemen I know from pr.ictiral
pperieic that iron well galvanized with
zrnc will not oxidize or rnt ore part cle.
The Putnam Wringer is as near perfect a
pcssiLle, ar.il 1 can cheerfully recommend
it lo bevthe t est in use.
JOHN W. WHEELER,
Many years experience in trie galvaniz
ing bu-it es, enable me io endorfe the
above statement in all particnt-irs
JNO C. I.EFKERTS,
No. 10!) BeeKman St.
New York, January, 1864.
We have te-ted Pumam Clothes Wring
er b practical working, and. know that it
will do. It is cheap, it is simple, it requites
no room whether at work or at re.-t; u ctiitd
can operate it It does ils.tn'V thoroughly.
It saves time and it saves wear and leur
We earne ly advice all who have much
washing to do, with ali intelligent per-.ms
wtio may have a:iv, to buy th.s Wringer.
It will )ay lor itself in a year a ni-t.
July 6, 1864, ly.
"OVST II 1 1 , O Y T E it S !
Eating anil Drinking
THE scbscriler rc.-pcctfi l!y gives no
tice to ih public that he ha at his Salt on,
on Main Street, constantly orufcharid
either in the shell or by the CAN, !o suit
his customer. Families can be supplied
by the cab or by the q-iart upon short nn-
I tice. He also keeps orr natid A.A. Ale, ti-
der and mineral.
Give him a call.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 23, 1864.
Estate of James McDriile, late of r;j-
loch township, deceased.
LETTERS of Administration on the ps
tPte ot Jairie McBride late of Hemlock
twp., Columbia county Pa , havet been
granted oy the Reisiei of sail county io
Hugh' D McBride, residing in the tw p . and
county aforesaid. All persons having
claims against ,he esta'e of the decedent
are requested to present them for settle
ment io the administrator without delay,
and all persons indebted to the decedent
t-hall make pay mem imtne-'iatel ey to the
HUGH D. McBRIDE, Adm'r
Hemlock, Jan. 4, J865 6w 2.
Sliy-ffviht Attihrol yist,
OOMS in the Third Story of the Ex
change Block, (entrance above the
Book Store,) Bloomsturg, Colombia coun
Bloomsburg, Hot. 23, 1859 ly.
VFSTEN 8o CO.
r?2 A VI
LATEST STYLES-CHEAP GOODS.
riMIE undersigned respectfully informs
A Ins friends and the public generally,
thrt he has jnl rcreivett lrom tne r.asier.i
Cities, a large as-orlmnt ot
Fresh from the seal of Fahion, ot all
sorts, size and quantities, .which will be
sold cheap for cash or country produce.
A L S O, '
UATti Ac C.UVS
C.'N Together with a vTicty rd no
tins and thing loo trout lesome to iiunier
nte, to whion he invites ihe attention of pur-Cha'-rs.
f JIp is also prepared to vwhe us
Jothing to order, on reasonable lermp,
or up to the latest fashions.
E5-Call aad exarnm our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bioomsburg, April 27. 1864
tT FALL AM) V. IM EU GOODS.
.rj'IIK subscriber has just rammed froin
ttie cities with another large and select
Fall and JVinter Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia and vNew York,
at the Jowe-t figure, and which he is deter
mine! to sell on as moderate terms as cat.
be procured elsewhere in B'oomsburg.
His stock cc.ni,Hi-e
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
of the chiicet stjlp ami latest fashions,
loeiher with a largi assortment of
DRY-GOODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
Q 1 1 1 : H N S W ARE, C E D A K W A R F. ,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON.
UOO PS 4' SHOES, HATS CAPS.-c
In shot1, ever) dung usually kept in conn
try rit.res. to which he inv he atteiition
(it the public generally.
Tile hiut-t t-rice will brt paul forcoun-
it, c.v.'h"ie for good.
STEPHEN H. MILLER
Bloomstuig. Oct. 12, 16 i.
is i: r 1 1 1 ; sa .11 v. xt j a r. T
CO N F EG TI ( ) N : R Y ST ORE.
II, C. ClIRISTXAN,
JT LSPECT FU LLY atitiounces to the citi
- :-!i- ot ill ..otn-bi.rg and VicToity thai
he ha- j'ist opened a new Retretiment Sa
loon antLConiectionery Sore, on Main-st
second door bebiw ihe "''American House,1'
where 1" i.. tends supphing all who may
give turn their custom with FKEH OYS
TERS. Clam Soup, Sardine., Co-led Eggs,
Ham Tripe V igs' i eel, Dne.l Heirif.g, isC.
He w II al-o keep on hand a supcr'or ar
ticle ot DRAUGHT ALE. Porter Ligerfcecr,
ai Sar'aparida : togettier with a gooj a,
or :" t of Cah-.'ie. S -veeiiiiats, Crkes,
Cigar ato' CI ewit g Tr.baico. Incontiec-
l IS r,l lOliO
he ha fitted up a La.
ti-s- I)e'i;ir'rnf nt wher? ad WOO O a" '
sire can cad tor Oysters and Refresh me: t-
aiid will b?; tree Iron all annojances
..,. oticies thut iadies are too often ex
p. Wd to in si rne of our best restaurants.
Don't fuil to give. hit:i a call.
H.C CHRISTM AN
Llooaifbur-,', Oct. 12, 1864.
Estate of Jacob Kindig, late of Fishing-
creik ticp., dtceasul.
T FETTERS of administration on the p.
-!ate ot Jac" Kiniiig late of Fistiingceek
twp, ColunirMa county, deceased, .iave
been granted by the Regi-ter of Columtia
county, to John Wenner, residing in town
ship and county aforesaid. All per-ons
having claims again-t the estate of the de
cedent are requested to present thern to
thJ undersigned vvil tion t de lay, and alp pi
si'ii-i iridebled io make paym-tM forth wih
JOHN WF.NNER, Adm'r.
Eishgcreek, Nov. 9.1fM hv -2
rilional I lairn Aj?ei-'.ys
WAS1USGTOS, D C.
TN order to facilitate the prompt adjn-t
-- merit of Bounty, arrears ot pay, Penvion
and other claims da soldiers and other
persons trbm the Government of the U. S ,
the undersigned has made arrangement
with the apovp firm whose experience and
f'oc proximity to, and daily intercourse
with, the Department, a well a th early
knowle'de acquired by them ofTm decis
ions frequently t ein made, enable them
to pro-ecute ctaim tr.ore effectually than
Attorneys at a di-tance can pos-tbly do
AH persons entitl-d to claims ol th above
description can have them properly attend
nd to by calling on ma and entrusting them
to my care. W. WIRT.
Agent for Harvy & Collins.
BlocwnsbQt, At-ust 10, kS64.
GROVE R BAKETS
CFt.:BATFD FI.ASlJP STITCH
SEWfiJi ni 11 1 X E s
'eri awante-1 the highest Premiums ot
ail Competitors, at the following State
ai d CnurJy F-.ir- of 1863.
NEW YORK S1AI E FAIR..
Kirt Pietnium for family Machine.
First Premium for Manufacturing Machirt
First. Premium for M-cf i ie Work
INDIANA STATE FAIR.
FirM Premium for Machine for hM purpoet
nr-i rremium tor Alacn me Uurk
VERMONT STATE FAIR.
Fir t Premium f'-r Fan ily MaMre.
J-'irst Premium lor M-intifacmruip Machin
First' Premium for Machine Work
OHIO STATE FAIR.
Firt Premium fot Machine Woik
IOWA STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
F-rst Pre mi urn for Manufacturing Macblti
Firt Premium for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR.
First Premium (or Machine for all purpori
Firt Premium for Machine Work I
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
First Premium fr Machine for all purpos
Friat Premium fT Machine Work,
MICAIGAN STATE FAIR.
First Premium for .Manufacturing M aehl
Firet Premium for Family Machine
First' Premium for Machine Work
PF.NN'A STATE FAIR
Titst Premium for Manuhiclnring Matbirj
f-rist Premium for Machine- Woric
OREGON STATE FAIR
First Premium for Family Machine
first rremium for Machine Work
CHITTENDEN CO. Vt." AGR'L SOC.
first Premium lor Family Mtchin
Fir' Premium for ManHf?cturiu Maol iq
First Premium for Machine Work
FRANKLIN CO N Y, FAIR.
First Premium lor Family Marhin.
Fir-t Premium for Manufacturing Marbi
CH.W1 PLAIN VALLEY Vt. AG'L SOC.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium or Manufacturing Machin
First Preminrn for Machine Work
HAMPDEN CO, Mass AG'L. SOC.
Diploma for Family Machine.
Diploma for Machine Work.
WASHINGTON CO, N Y FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
QUEENS CO N Y. FAIR
First Premium for Family Machin
Fir-1 Premrum for Man ufacturing Machi
Fir-t rremium for Machine Work
SARATOGA CON Y, FAIR. .
Firt Premium for Family Machine
MECHANICS INSTITUTE Pa. FAIR.
First Premium for Machine for all purtoi
First Premium tor Machine Work '
GERES' FIELD O, UNION FAIR
Fir-t Pr?iniorn for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work.
CLTON CO. -O, FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium lor Machine.
MONTGOMERY CO Pa, FAIR.
Fist Premium tor Machine for all purpot
First Premium lor Machir.e Work. .
S A N JO A QU I X CO Ca I FA I R.
First Premium for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Wnrk.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT-Cal FAIR.
Fir.-t Prerrfinm for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
t5,'The above com prisea all the Fai
at which the Grover fc Baker Machimf
were exhibited this year- j
Salt's-roo-ns, 495 Broadway, New York!
730 Chest.'iut St., Philadelphia. i
iIarch 23, 1 s i iy.
THE Greatest Improvement yet in I
sewmg Machine Art. A curiosity wort
Please send for circular with sample
These Improved Machines save on
hundred pr cent of thread and silk, an
make the lock -stitch alikp on both sidesJ
They require no instructions to operat
perfectly, except the ''printed directions
No change iu sowing lrom one kind of
goods to another.
And no tak ing apart to clean oil.
Our New Manufactory is now compleM
with all its machinery and tools entif
new, and is already rapidly ti ming o
M-iehine, w t ich tor beaut v and pertectn :
o fi.iih are not surpassed by an manufa'
tcre in the w orld.
N. B. Should any MacMce ptove nn
i-ficiory, it can be returned and rucru
Agents wanted in counties not canvas
by our own Agents
FIN RLE &. LYON S. M. CO.
No. 533 Broadway, Now York.
April 20. 1P64. 1 y
Notice lo Tresspassers,
THE following farmers and landowner
of Orange and CVti ra to wnships, Colnmt
cotirnv, do herehy caution all perso
against bunting or in anywise trspa-M
on their lands, thus making themelv,
snt it'ct to the pet. allies of the lw whu
w iil be n nt -tririgentl) enforced
Davi t E Haymet', St-phen Hill,
Samuel Heidlej , Frany INjntHn,
Simon Lawry. Keoben Si ler,
Ali ot Oiange township.
Benj. Stiner, Wm Beck,
. Frederick Beck, Adam Hill,
W-m W'.tmite, Geo Wilmire,
Joseph Ruckle, all of Centre twn,
Orange. Nov lfi, 1864.
iHE nndersignel having connected hi..
self with established Agencies in Wast
igtO'i and Philadelphia is prepared 1
attend to thp coiiectiory of Bwck pay, '
and all oher equitatde claims against tl
Government. Hi-experience and busined
connections enabi him to attend to thei
with the tea?! r osil delay. No charg.
made unless the chime are secured.
Office with E H. Little, Eaqn Coo
It n we Allev tu tnK.. tew Pa
c b". BROCKWAYJ
Bloorar-bars, D.j. 14, !So4.-tt m J