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, .;..Tros?8Ci3 of Val. 111,-1833
A MfUJ 3 J 1 4 XL ,
0)iVOTtDT0' LITERATURE, SCIENCS AND
;', AND THE .
Principle of 1770 and '87.
- C. CHAJCNCEY BUER, EDitoa.
?bt Maiar.'me will coniintia (o defend
. lh principles of Govern rtvent which
guided our fathers in the fonndulion of ihe
.Republic. The spirit and doctrine of the
two first volumes w'lj be fully maintained
in the third" .volume. We have no compro
mises 10 make with error no parley wilh
despotism. Democracy will be treated,
"not as a varying policy "of cunnirg offlce-
v -seekers and spoil hunters, but lather as an
abiding principle of political economy and
of popular liberty. All supporters of this
-t? volutionizing, Abolition war, will be held,
a the" er emies of". Use Democracy. We
hall acknowledge no .organization to be
Democratic wtiich-does not honestly enun
oiate 'ar d support the principles of the
""''Kentucky aud Virginia Resolutions of 1798
and tie Dred Scott- Decision of the Su-
preme Court, the one asssening Stale Sov
k trtignty and the other While supremacy. To
preserve these honorable doctrines, tbe
-Democratic p-ry was organized bv the
ey founders of the Federal Government,
"and it remained true to them dawn to the
' fatal and dishonoring departure, at the
commencement of this war. The Old
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before this cow ardly surrender of principle
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ing at 6 40 and arid II A. M. Icr Ephraia,
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cursion Tickets, at . reduced rate to and
from all points. - . . .
Bagaaae checked through: tiO pounds
allowed each' Passenger.
G. A. NICOLLS,
Rciding Pa Nov. 30, 1864.
JYE IV GOODS
r RE VOL UTION IN HIGH PRICES!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
AT PETER ENT'S STORE IN
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
' FT Vnl reived from the eastern cities
-?- and i8 now opening at the old stand
a splendid assortment of
which will be sold cheap for
OASI1 OR COUNTRY PRODUCE !
Hie stock consols of Ladies Dres Goods,
choicer styles and latest fashion..
' " GINGHAMS,
- t - IKKSIUR Y
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS,
' ; COTTONADES -KENTUCKY
COUTS ADSII0!:S, HATS and CAPS,
, 1.1 short aeriSiiiLj y usually kept ia
coon try tcrv: .
Tha patronage of his old friunds, and
the pabhc gsuumlly, " is refpectfclly so
Iicit.l. : ' ' ' ' J " ' "
The highest market prieff paid- for coan-
iry produce. - PirLlL CiiT.
Li -bt K-ireet, Jan. 13, 1S33, ;! - . -
THEXVE WwT0I!K ,1TE WS,
THE J5EST PAPER IN THE WORLD.
53. Wood, Ed. and Proprietor
3IP OP C IP CS QL 1 S3
The Demrcracy of the North will com
mit a fatal error if they ncceDt the result of
he late Presidential election as an indica
'ion from the hand of Destiny to relax
) tthe next campaign. The future welfare o
tte republic -deuends uoou the Dolitica
zeal and activity of the Democracy during
the year 1865.
The small majority of the popular ote
that elected the Black Republican candU
(fates, considered in view of the extraordi
nary resources of the Administration for
corruption and cpmpulsion, attests that the
power of the Dsmocracy, on a fair field, is
equal to the vindication of Democratic
principles. , . .
There is one feature in the result of the
Presidential election that goes far to re
cor.cile the patriot to the bard fate of hi
country under four y ears more of Black
Republican misrule. The baleful meteor
that lingered in grief while in our political
atmosphere has vanished for ever. War
Democracy has fulfilled its mission of dis
organization, and like any other pestilence
will be remembered only for the evil it
Tbe issue now before the people is the
final struggle betweeu Centeraliztion and
States' Rights, and no journal is Democrat
ic that is not the devoted champion of
States' Rights, the paramount principle oi
the Democratic faith.
The Nw York News needs no testimony
beyond its plain unalterable record to sub
slantiate its claim to being and having
been the mot earnest, able and consistent
States' Rights Journal in the land. We
have no excuses to invent for modifications
of sentiment, nor have we to plead "ex
pediency" in palliation of inconsistency.
Uur path has been etraigU forward. Our
columns are before the people, not a line
in them that we- would cancel nor senti
ment we would recall, not an assertion
that requires an explanation, not a word
that we regret io have ui'ered, not a prin
ciple advocated that we have not stood by
and will stand by to the last. Such has
been our. pad record, so will be our future.
We do not, however, a.-'k the Democracy
to sustain us in our mir&ion a a reward
for the service. we have done, 'but in con
sideration ol the good work that we pro
pose to do. The Nw Yoik News for 1S65
will uot merely imitate its predecessors, it
will excel them, ft shall be. not only the
truest exponent cf Democratic principle,
but the best euipaper in the. country.
Heretofore it has bad no superior as a ve
hicle of new, hereafter it shall have no
equal. In every department of journalism
we have arrangtd that the News shall dis
tance competition. It is the only Demo
cratic newspaper in ihe metropolis that has
the advantage of publUhinz'a daily issue
with the foil dispatches of the Asso iated
Press, and therefore its machinery for fur
nishing a comple'e record of events is
more perfect than that of any of its Demo
cratic cotemporaries. Nona have attempt
ed latterly, to compete with it in the publi
cation ol Souther.! intelligent-?, as our
system of excbai.ge wiih Sontherh journals
bafHts ike sagacity and enterprise of our
A gjance at the columns of The News
devo ed to 'Southern and Northern per
sonals" will remark the extraordinary suc
cess that has attended our enterprise in
that direction. We are in daily receipt of
letters expressiug the thanks of those who,
through the medium ol the ''Personals'' in
The News, have been enabled' to receive
tidings from their friends and relatives in
the South, and the heart of many an exile
and wanderer has been gladdened through
that instrumentality by words of affection
and hope Irom those mourned for as dead.
The New York News has become so
popular in the rural districts that other Ale
tropohtan journals, in publ'shing their
stereotyped boat of "the larsest circula
tion of any weekly journaF' are constrain
ed. to make an exception in our favor It
is a significant circumstance that since the
Presidential election and -ons,queni de
mise of War Den.ocracy, the subscriptions
to ibis paper have been unusually numer
ous. The Agricultural Department of The
New York News rentiers it an invaluable
companion and assistant lo the farmer ;
and its Cattle, Maiket and Produce Re
ports are more reliable and full than those
of any ether journal.
The Daily News will forfeit one thou
sand dollars if, in the above Department,
competent judges should deny us superi
One copy, one year, by mail 5 10.00
One copy, six months, 5 00
One copy, one year, 2 00
Four copies, one year, 7 00
Ten copies, one year, 17 00
Twenty copies, one year, 30.00
We have no traveling apent authorized
to collect or receive money for subscrip
tions. Orders and lettero should be addressed to
; BENJAMIN WOOD.
Daily News Office, New York.
Jan. 25, 1865. '
notlicr Arrival ol Goods.
Hat, Cap and Grocery
Now is Your Time to liny.
HE NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
rrHE undersisned having just returned
1 trorn the Eastern cities withalars
trorn the Eastern cities with a larse
aud full assortment of
in addition to a snperi
or STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER .
HATS AND CAPS,
comprising every roil aud quality, is now
prepared to sell a little cheaper than can
bt purchased elsewhere.
His Stock ol GROCEUIES are not sur
passed in this marke', which be offer
cheap for cah,.or in exchange for GRAIN
ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
and LININGS ,4q! which he invites" the'at
tentiou ot ISfiomakers and the public.
Give him a call At Stroup's Old Stand,
on Main Street.
JOHN K. GIRT0N.
- Blnorcfbure. Nov'r 27 1864.
PHILADELPHIA, PA. -DISEASES
of the Nervous. Seminal,
Urinary and Sexual Systems new and re
liable trea-ment in Reports of the HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION Sent by. mail in
sealed letter en veloces, free ot charge.
Address, Dr. J.. SK1LLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, No, .2 South. Niath
S'reet Philadelphia, Pa. . ,.
Dec. 16, 1853 ly. ' -
CABINET WARE ROOM,
siiaoiir c. s hive,
TT ESPECTFfJLLY invites the attention of
-"-the Public to his extensive asscn'ment
ot Cabinet Furniture and C H A IRS,fk
which he will warrant made of good
materials and in a workmanlike mm-' 1 '
tr. At his establishment can always be
found a good assortment of fashionable
furniture, which is equal in style. hod fin
ish to that ol Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at as low prices. He has on hand
of different style and
prices, from 25 to f 60. Divans Loonges,
Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered, work, with Dress
ing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card.T?
centre and pier tables, detashn?, fl"
cheffeniers, whatnots and comodes,tJS523
and all kinds of fashionable work. His
stock of bureaus, enclosed and commoD
wash&tandSjdress-tatles, corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteadSjCane 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
mattrasses fitted to any sized bedstead,
which are superior for durability and com
fort to any bed in use.
Gloomsbnrg, Nov. 4, 1863
"Compound Fluid Extract Buchu, a posi--'tive
and Specific Remedy for diseases
of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, and Drop
This Medicine increases the power of
Digestion, and excite the Abiorbents into
healthy action, by which the Waierv or
Calcareous depositions, and all Unnatural"
Enlargements are reduced, as well as Pain
IlKUIBOLD'S IXT1UCT BUCIllr.
For Weaknesses arising from excesses,
Habits of Dissipation, Early fndiscreiion.
of abuse,atleuded with the following symp
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memo: y, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerve-, Trembling, Horror of Dis
ea.e, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain
in the Back, Universal Lassitude of the
Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flushing of
i the Body, Dryness of Ihe Skin, Eruptions
on the face, I alhu Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on,
which this medicine invariably removes
soon follows. I M POTENCY, FATUITY
EPILEPTIC FITS, in one of which the
Patient may expire.
Who can say that they are not frequently
followed by those "Direful Diseases."
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their suf
fering, but none will confess the Records
of the Insame Asylums.
And melancholy Deaths by Consump
tion bear ample witness to the Truth of the
assertion. The Constitution once effected
with Oiganic Weakness requires the aid of
Medicine to Strengthen arid In vigorate the
System, which HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT
CUCHU invariably does. A trial will con
vince the most skeptical.
FEM A LES.-FEM ALES,-FEMALES.
In many Affections peculiar to Females
the Ex-ract Buchu is unequaled by any
other remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention,
Irregularity, Painfolness, or Supp-ession
of Customary ' Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Leuchorrhcoa
or Whites, S erility, and for all complaints
incident to the-sex, whether arising from
indiscretion Habits or Dissipation, or in
the Decline or. Change of Life.
Take no-more Balsatr, Mercury, or un
pleasant Medicines (or unpleasant and
HELMEOLD'S Ex'ract Buchn and Im
proved Rose Wa-.li cures SECRET DIS
EASES, In all their Stages, At iMtle Ex
pense, Little or no change in Diet, No
Inconvenience, And no exposure..
It causes a frequent desire and gives
strength lo Urinate, thereby removing ob
structions, preventing ar.d curing stricture
of the Urethra, allay ing Pain and Inflam
mation, so frequent in the clas of disea-es,
and expelling all poisonous, diseased and
worn -out matter.
Thousands upon Thousands who have
been the victims of Quacks, and who have
paid heavy fees to be cured in a short
lime, h.ave found they were deceived, and
that the "poison" has, by the use of "pow
erful astringents," been dried up in the
system, to break ont in an aggravated form,
aud perhaps after Marriage.
Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu lor all
aGections and diseases of the Urinary Or-
I gans, whether existing in Male of Female,
from whatever cause originating and no
matter of how long standing.
Diseases of these Organs requires the aid
of a Diuretic, Helmbold'n Extract B.ichu is
the Great Diuretic, and is certain :o have
the desired effect in all diseases Tor which
it is recommended. Evidence of the most
reliable and responsible character will ac
company the medicine.
Price 81.00 a Bottle, or Six for $5.00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed
from observation. Describe symptoms in
rail communications. Cures guaianteed,! 1
Advice gratis. Address letter for informa
II. II. II F. 1,31 CO LP, Chemist.
104 South 10th st., bel. Chestnut, Phila.
II ELM HOLD'S Medical Depot,
HELM COLDS Drug&Chem'l Warehouse,
549 Broadway, New York.
t V Beware of counterfeits and unprinci
pled dealers, who endeavor lo dispose ' ol
their own." and ''other'7 articles on the
reputation attained by
HelmbolJ's Geouine Preparations,,
do do Extract Buchu,
Helmbold' Genuine Extract Sarsaparilla.
do do Improved Rose Wash.
LT Sold by all Druggi.-ts everywhere.
Ask for Heimbolii's. Take no other. Cut
out the Advertisement and send for it, and
avoid imposition and exposure.
December 9, l863.-ly.
1V3I.B K00KS Proprietor
rpHIS magnificent Hotel, situate in tbe
- central portion of the town, and op
posite the Court House, u je been thoroughly
repaired and refurnished, and the Proprietor
i Do prepared to accommodate travelers,
teamsters, drovers and boarders in (he most
pleasant and agreeable manner. His table
will be supplied with the best the market
affords, and his Bar with the choicest liquors.
Attentise ostlers will always be on band,
and his stabling is the most extensive in
this se ion of country. Omnibuses wil
alwaysc,e in readiness lo convey passen
gers lo and from the Railroad Depots.
. WM.-3. KOONS.
BJootaeburg, July 4, J860.
j LIQUORS LIQTOSIS
ii lioesale and- IJctail.
rjHE subscriber would' announce to the
-- citizens of Bloomsburg and vicinity,
that he ms selling LIQUORS in large and
small quantities, and at different, piices, at
li i j T ... C . - II.' .
mo 4,cw cuire, cm main bireei, jcrr
north side, two dooT south of WlT J
iron sueet, Dloomsburg. His
stock of Foreign and Domestic
.03 IB ASTISSISSs)
consists of Cognac and Rochelle. Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
C4d Rye, gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and any quautity of
common. Ke also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines; and last but not least, a
quantity ol good double extra BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell at the
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to give his liquor a triai.
D. W. ROBB1NS, Ag t.
""Bloomsborg, May 1, 1861.
NT0JIIXG ISUIIA1(E COMPANY,.
CJice over the lt'yoviing Bank,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 150,000.
Will insure again! loss or damage
by Fire on property in town or country, at
DIRECTORS, G. M Hollenback, John
Reichard, Samuel Wadhams, D L Shoe,
maker, Daniel G. Driesbach, R. C. Smith.
R. D. Lacoe.G. P. Steele, W. W. Ketcham
Charles Dorrance, W. S. Ross, George M
G. M. IIOLI.ENBACU. Presxt.
D. L. SHOEMAKER, V. Pres't.
R C. SMITH, Secretary,
W. G. STERLING, Treasurer.
L H. CONOVER, Agent,
Beach Haveu, a.
December 2d, 1863. ly.
JVcic Stock of Clothing.
Spring and Slimmer CSood.
INVITES at ention to his stock of cheap
-- and (ashionable Clothing at his Store, on
MJUN STREET, BLOOMSBUBG
two door 8 above the Jimtrican House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
m.t'ii and ISoy's Clothing,
including the most fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
Box, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Clotl
Coals, and Pants,
of all srrts, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fal.
and Winter Shawl-; striped, . figu;ed and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stock--, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and lancj
N B He has constantly on hand a large
and welleiected asortment ol Cloths and
Vestiugs, which he is prepared to make cp
to order, into any kind of clothing on verj
short notice and in the best of manner.
All his clothing is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
Ot every Description, Fine and Cheap
His Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in th s
place. Call and examine his general ts
sortment ol Clothing. Watches, Jewelr),
&c. &c. ' DAVID LOW EN BERG.
" Bloomsburg, April 20, 1864.
Lackawan a & liloomsb nrg R. R.
TWO IAIL.Y TKAIKS.
ON and after Monday, December "fcoth,
1864, Passenger Trains will run as (ol
STATIONS. MAIL. PASSENGR.
m-fm . ft Jtr
8.00 am 5 00 p M
8 40 5 40
9 25 fi 25
9 45 6 35
10 25 7 30
11 10 8 15
12 15 F 31 9 15
12 50 9 35
I 05 9 50
1 50 10 25 PM
6 40 ' u
6 00 a in 4 20 p m
6 30 5 f'O
6 15 5 45
7 00 5 30
7 55 6 45
8 35 7 30
9 15 8 25
9 25 8-25
10 00 9 15
10 40 10 00
6 30 p m 2 00 am
1 20 I 25
5 40 7 00
-9 05 10 35
5 40 5 00
U -a rriKn rif
rr u igf
The shortest and most direct route to the
West and the Oil Regions i
Trains ot the Philadelphia and Erie- Rail
road laave Northumberland every mourn
ing for Erie, arriving there the afternoon of
ihe same day to connect wilh Trains lor
Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago, And ail other
points West, connecting at Corry with all
Trains on the Oil Creek Railroad.
Passengers for Train 3, can leave New
York via The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western R. R.-at 9 00 A. M-, thereby
reaching all points on this Road the same
II. A. FONDA, Supt.
Kingston, Dec. 20, 1864.
OMNIBUS LINE. .
flHE undersigned would respectfully an--
noonce to ihe ciiizens of Bloomsburg,
and the public generally, thai he is running
An OMMiiUS LINK
between this place and
the different Rail Road
Depots, daily, (Sunday excepted) to con
nect with the several Trains going South
and West onthe Catawissa& Williamsport
Rail Road, and with those going Nort h and
South on the Lack. & Bloomsburg Road.
His OMN I BUSES are in good condition,
commodious and comfctrable, and charges
reasonable. CP Persons wishing to meet
or see their friends depart, can be accom
modated, upon reasonable charges, by lea v.
ing timely notice at any of the Hotels.
JACOB L. GIRTON, Proprietor.
Bloomsburg, April 27, 1864.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE SINGER SETTING MACHINES.
UR Letter A Family Sewing Machine is
-ffaEt gaining 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 so many use
ful appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tucking, Gathering, Guagtne, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, and so lorth. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity tor a great variety of work. It will
sew all kinds of cloth, and with all kinds of
thread. Great and recer.t improvement
ttiake our Family Sewing Machine most
reliable, and most durable, and most cer
tain in action at all rates of speed. It
makes the interlocked stiteb, which is the
best stitch known. Any one, even of tbe
most ordinary capacily,can see, at a glance
how to use the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. . Our Family Sewing Machines
are tini-hed in chaste and exquisite style.
The Folding Case of the Family Ma
chine is a piece of cunning workmanship
of tt.e most useful kind. It protects the ma
chine when not in use, "and when about to
be operated may be opened as a spacious
and substantial table to sustain the work.
While some of the Cases, made out of the
choicest woods, are finished in the sim
plest aud .chastest manner possible, others
are adorned and embelished in the most
costly and superb manner.
It is absolutely necessary to see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to judge of
iu sreat capacity and beauty.
It is fast becoming as popular for family
sewing as our Manufacturin'machines are
for manufacturing purposes.
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
silk twist, thread, needles, oil, etc., of the
very bet quality.
Send for a Pamphlet.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE.810 Chestnut St
N. S. Tingley, Ageut, in Epy, Pa.
A. J. Evans, Agent, iir Bloomsburg.
Nov. 11, 1863.
Old Tilings ISccoinc icw,
The undersigned would be" leave to in
form his eld friends, and "the rest of man
kind," that he has lately returned Irom the
service of his country, and aain re
opened his OLD EST A BL1S H- M
a view of making up entire new gar
men's, as well a mending old ones, for all
mankind, and any body eNe, who may
favor him with their work in his line.
He is prepared lo do work i EAT," Fa-h-IONABLE
and SUBSTANTIAL, and hopes
by so doing, ar.d strict attention to busine-s
to merit and receive a due share of patron
age. But remember, all, that these times
require money, or something to live upon,
he therefore hopes and trusts, that when
he has done hi part, his customers will
do theirs, by furnishing the "rely John,"
or ready trade. For truly the "Laborer is
worthv of his hire."
Bloomsburg, Sept. 10 1SC2.
A CARD TO THE SUFFERING.
SWALLOW two or three Hoasheads of
Buchu, Tonic Bitters. Sarsaparilla, Nervous
Antidotes, &.c, &c, &c, and after you are
s-iUi-fied witn the result, then trv one box
ot OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH
SPECIFIC PILL;., and be restored to
health and vior in less than 30 days.
They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, prompt and salutary in their eflects
on the broken down a it. I sha'tered consti
tution. Old and youti can lake them with
advantage. Imported ,md sold in the U.
S. only by JAS. S. BUTLER,
No. 427 Broadway, New Yoik,
CAgenl for the United State.
P. S. A box of the pills, securely pack
ed, will te mailed to anv aduri.fi on
receipt of price, which is ONE DOLLAR,
post paid, money refunded by the Agent
if entire satisfaction i not iven.
July 20, 1864. 3m.
EDITOR OF THE 'STAR,' Dear Sir:
Wiih your permision I wish to say to the
readers of our paper that I will send, by
return mail, lo all who wish it (free) a Re
cipe, with full directions for making and
using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will
effectually remove, in ten days, pimples,
blotcbes, Tan, Freckles, and ail impurities
of the skin, leaving Ihe same soft, clear,
smooth and beautiful. I will also mail
free io ihose havinj Bald Head, or bare
Faces, simple directions and information
that will enable them to start a full srowth
luxuriant hair, whiskers, or a mcu.-tact.e,
in less than 30 days.
All applications answered by return mail
without chare. Respectfully yonrs,
THOS K. CHAPMAN, ChemiM.
831 Broadway, New York, i
July 20, 1864 3m. i
Aorth central Ilailuav.
TIME T A LB E.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and fri-m the f
North atid West Branch of the Susquehan
na, Elmira, and all of Northern New York.
On and after Mondav, April 20ih, ifc63,
the Passenger Trains of the North Central
Railway will arrive and depart from Snn-
bury, Harrisburc and Baltimore, as follows: l
Mail Train leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at 10.10 a m.
Leaves Hairisburg, 1.15 p.m.
Arrives at Baltimore, 5.35 "
Express Train leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at 1107 p.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg,except Monday 2.00 a.m.
Arrives at Baltimore daily except
Mouday, at 6.15 a.m.
Accommodation leaves Harrisb'rg 6,30 a.m.
NOR TIff 1R D.
Mail Trail leaves Baltimore daily
except Sundays at 9.15 a.m.
Leaves Harrisbnrg, 1.15 p.m.
Arrives at Sunbury, 4.05 p.m.
Expiess Trains Baltimore daily, 9.15 "
Arrives at Harrisburg, 1.35 a.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg except Monday, 3.00 "
Arrives at Sunbury, 5.38 "
For further particulars apply at the office.
I. N. DU BARRY, Supt.
Harrisburg, Aug. 8, 1863.
ii c uovt i;h,
SlUGEON I EA T I S T,
T ESPECFULLY offers his
'j-a proiessmnai services io me
. 1 a il (TpnllpnipiiAl IM m in
bura and vicinity. He is prepared lo attend
io all the various operations in Dentistry,
and is provided w ith tbe latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, lo look as
well as natural.
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
A superior article of Tooth Powders, a.I
ways on hand. All operations on tbe teeth
Residence and Office, a few doors above
the Court House, same side.
Bloomsburg Aug. 19, 1886
INVALID SOLDIER NATIONAL HOME
5 8 5 BROADWAY N Ett' YORK.
The Mont Complete and Magnificent
IVar Exhibition Extant.
Devoted to ralsi. g Funds for a Na
100,000 TICKETS, AT $1 EACH.
A DONATION of $34,720 in Valuable Prop,
erty to the Ticket Holders.
JOS1AH PEHHAM, Agent for the Pro
pnetors. has the honor to announce a plan
for creating a fund for the founding of a
National Institution, to be a borne for In
valid, disabled, discharged soldiers.
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 the enterprise was
Each of the One Dollar Ticket is good
for Four Admissions to the Mammoth
M1RKOR OF I HE REBELLION,
at 585 Broadway, New York City, or
wherever else exhibited.
One half of the profits of the entire sale
will b-e exclusively devoted and donated
to the above named patriotic object.
According io the original advertised
plan, a Mass Meeting of the ticket hold
ers was held in Faueuil Hall, Boston, on
Nov., 4th, and an adjourned meeting at
ihe same place on Dec, 16ih. The fol
lowing named gentlemen were elected as
a Board of Trustees, to receive the funds
which may accrue Irom the novel enter
prise, and to appropriate the same to this
object in accordance wiih the plans of the
originator ; Gen. John S. Tyler; Br.sion;
his Excellency Governor James Y. Smith,
of Rhode lland; Hon. Geo. Brians of New
York ; his Excellency Gov. A.G. Curtin of
Pennsy lvania. Major Gen. N. P. Banks, cf
Mass., Major Gen. O. O. Howard of Maine,
his Excellency Gov. Richard Yates, of
To speedily accomplish this great ob
ject, every' wie means will be ued by
the projector to effect the immediate sale
of Ihe tickets; and he calls upon 'he loyal
and humane lo assist earnestly in cairying
this noble undertaking forward to a triurn
Neiiher its importance, nor its feasi
bility, can be called i n question. Lei ihe
people bnt respond in a spirit worthy o
the project, and no obstacles shall delay
Making Ihe proposition in good faith,
and leady to devote his whole etiercies to
the great work, the projector firmly be- I
lieves the tide of popular tavor will How ;
in the desired direction, and accomplish ;
the loundifg and insure the creation of n i
permanent National InMiiuli'm, which
fhall be an ayl'im for ihe reiired eo tier, i
whoie loss of health ir limb i- hi diplo ;
ma for heroic services performed i his '
country's causa, and which fhall o down j
to ihe luture generauons a bleMn;i io man
kind and an enduring monument io ihe
liberality ot ihe Inyal people.
Bv comoiriii.5" ihis enterprise wiih a
public plrfce of amusement ol such well j
eMabli-hed hih character and merit, the
subsctiber to the fund, while aii'2 his
mony for the-promotion of a 2reat cfar !
itaide deicn, may receive a lull eqniva 1
lent for the outlay in witnessing this i
snlendid series of Pa"mtii2B. '
ATT A II AC Tl VE l-OUNTY TO PUIi-
To effect the speediest poibls al of;
these tickets, so that unnecessary expanse j
may b saved, and the National Mom ,
Fund proportionately increaseo, a turther t
inducement is offered as a oounty la pur- !
As soon as the tickets shall hava hieii :
sold, in addition to one hall Ihe profits, as I
atoresaiil the following described prop-:
erly will be donated to the lickei holders,
and placed in Ihe hands ol then Trustees, ;
a distinct board having been chosen for
that purpose, at the mass meetings held
as above staled, and hich consists of th
lollowir.g gentlemen wiio, on receipt ol
the property, will dispose oflhe same, by j
lot, or otherwise, a the ticket holders in
mas meftin may direct there t be no .
violation of lw in sm-h disposal : Hon. C. ,
O- R.tie.-s. Hon. C. W, .Slack. Gen. Bot-t
Cowdin, Col. A.J Wnsiht, John C Hay-
lies. E-q., of Boston, Johua Weh-ier K-q., i
of Msplevill, Mas , Isaac S. Mor-e E-j.,
of Cambridge, Mass.
SCHEDULE OF DONATION PROPERTY j
To uh'uh the 7 icktt-holders uiil be
Otie genteel residence in the City ',
of Robury. Mas-, val-ie'd at 510 OOO '
Three Piano fort-, val. at ?500 each l,50O i
Five nia'io-for'ps, val. at i-3('(. ech
Five Gnld Watches, at $100 each,
Fifty Gd I Watches, at f50 each.
Two shares in Ihe Boston and Wor
cester Railroad, a" Sl30each.
Two shares ir: the loion a;id Maine
R R. valued at 5130 each, 260
Two shares in the Merchants' Bank,
BotO!, at S100 each, 200
Six thousand Gold Union Mecals
"valued al S3 each, 18,000
Tro Sewing Machines, at 50 each, 100
Due notice will be gien of the next
mass meetina of lh( ticket bolder which
will take place in New Yoik City
A National Home 'Ticket, costing oa.i
dollar, consists of five coupons, tour of
which are admissions to the Mirror, good
at anv time, and '.hi other a certtbeate ol
an interest in the
Enterprise, which the j
The admision coupon may be ued sep
arately, or all at once, as suits the conve
nience of the purchaser.
All communications on the subject, and
all orders for tickets by mail, or express,
should be directed to JOSIAII PERU AM,
Agent, 585 Broadway, New York City.
Persons taking an active interest in this
charitable niiderlakina, by getting up
clubs, will receive eleven tickets lor every
ten dollars sent.
Jan. 20, 1864
Estate of ITm. E. Robberts late of
Jackson township, Columbia County
LE TTERS of administraiion on the es
tate of William E. Robberts, late of
Jackson twp, Col imbi-4 1 i.rij . t HUiMtl,
have beeen granted by the Register of Co
lumbia county to Abranam Young, of
Benfon township, said county. All persons
having claims against the estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them to
the administrator tor settlement, aud those
indebted to the es aie are required to make
payment to the undersigned forthwith.
ABRAHAM YOUNG, Adm"r.
Benton twp-, Nov. 9. 1 664-6 w. 52..
On Main street, two doors above the Amer
WIST AITS IMLSAJi
One of the olJ-i ani mot reliable reid
elie fn the wo-ld for Coughs, Cold,
Whoopinjr Cooah, Biniichili,Utf
ficnlty ol Breathiiiz, Asthma, '
Hoarseness, Sore Thront.
Croup, and every AhV.tiion of the THROAT
LUNGS and CHEST, including; even
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHK&RT
So general has the use of thi remedy
become, and so popular is it everywhere,
that it is unnecessary to recount its virtue.
Its works speak for it, and find utteraoc
in the abundant and voluntary tes imony of
the many who from long suffering and set
tled disease have by its on been restored
to pristine vigor and health. We can pre
sent a mass of evidence in proof ol our
CANNOT BE DISCREDITED.
Testimony of Mr. JAMES GRIMES,
a gentleman hiahly esteemed in Columbia
Co. Pa . and one whose statement can be
Ml. Pleasant, Col. co., Pa , May 21,1863.
Messrs Seth W. Fooler & Co., Bomou .
Gentlemen About ihree year ago oof
daHijhter, now twelve years of age, was
severely afflicted with croup.- A general ,
irritation ol the lungs followed, producing,
a hectic cough, which became almost con
sianl. swelling ol the temples and othe
indications ot Consumption were also ap
parent, and her life was despaired of by
her physician. At this critical moment w
were induced lo give Dr. Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry a trial, and after sh bad
taken one bottle we found her so much re
lieved that it was thought .unnecessary to
continue its use. JNnce that lime we hirs
used the Balsam in our family in caves of'
Coughs and Cold", i nd beliv it to be
superior remedy iui all diseases ol the
Yours with respect JAMES GRIMES.
FROM JESE SMITH, E-q.,
President of the Morris County Bank Mor
ristown, N. J. '
"Having used Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry lor atiunt filieen yars, and
having realized its beneficial result in rry
famtl) , it afford- me j.e pleasure in re
commending it to tt e puMic as a valua
ble remedy in case ol weak lutij", colits,
cooahs,-&5., arul a remedy which I consid
er to be entirely iimo.mit. U' may be la
ken with perfect sa irty by ihe n.o&t, deli
cile in health. '
FROM HON. JOHN E. SMITH,
A disstiuguiohed Liwyer in Westuiintter.
l"hav on several occasions ined Dr.
Wistar's Balsam ol Wild Cherry for severe
cokls, ami always with decided benefit. 1
know ol no pieparation that is more fi
cacior.sor more desetvina of general oe.
Tho Bal-am has al-o be:i used wiih ex
cellei.t elffci by J B Elliott, Merchant.
Hall's Cro-s Roads, M l.
.WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
None genuine utiles- signels'I BU1TS,
on the ivrai'pr.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMOKE. No. 461 Bioadwuv, N.T.
S. W. FOWLE k Co.. Propretors, Rosion.
Ai.d by ail Dn.ugis:.
UI DDIXG'S lil'SSIA SALVE
He ls Old Sore--;
lieddina'j. Ru-sia Salve . Cures Burn,
R-d1iti's Riis.ia Slve. Cnren Wounds,
Re.ldnia' Russia Salve
Cures Boil-, UI-
Reddina's Rossis S.lve Cuies 5hJi
Rheum, PileSj Erjsiielas.
lieilding'- lusia Salve Cures Ring
worm, Corns, tic. &.C .
No family it'OuId he witl-nni it.
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX.
For sale bv -
J. P. DINSMOKE. No 491 BroaJwav.N.Y.
Si W. EOWLE & Co. No. H Tre.roni S.f
Boston, and by ail Druai-ts and Country
Ana 10, 1861. ly.
ARTHUR'S HONE MAUAZIE.
Edi'ed bv T S. ARTHUR and VIRGIN
IA E. lOWNSKNI).
Tn-? Home Maaazine for lP65will be en
laiaed ai:d improved, and made Mill more
worthy ot the eni4ient tavor witfj which it
las been received l; ciiaracter as a
claimina public favcr rn the orouriil of real
merit, will be caietully maintained ; while
for variety. intereM, uetuliie-s, and all iha
a Irai-lions of li eratore and art e-si:tial to
a true Hom Maaazine, ihe puMit:ers w ill
aim to make it Superior To All O.tier
A Fme Si- EnaravSna, and Two Pages
of Music, will appear in every number,
besides choice picture-, aroup- and char,
acters, prevailing fashions, and a larae va
r 1 1-1 y ot patterns lor garments, ein broidery ,
eic, eC In all respect e shall ive
A FIRST-tLAS MAGAZINE
at a price, within the reacii of every intelii
geu family in ihe land.
A new story by T. S. ARTHUR will be
commenced in the January nnrnt-er. ,
Yearly Terms, in Advarce One copy,
S2 50, three copies. Ji,oO, five copies and
one to Ihe getter-up ot club, SIV.uo, nina
copes, and one to ihe aettr up of club
S15 00 -
CF A beautiful Premium Plate, entitled
' The Ii fancy of Shakpeare," will be
mailed to each person who send ns a club
of subscribers. It will also be mailed lo
each sinale subscriber from whom we re
CsTFor 4 50 we will send one copy of
each of Home Magazine and Gody's Lady'
Book lor one year. Address,
T. S. ARTHUR d CO.
323 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 23. 1864.
X I ATRI M ONIAL. LA DIES AND G EN- --s-'ilemen.
If y ou wish o marry address
the undersigned, who will send you w jib-soul
money and without price, valuable in-
formation that will enable you to marry'
happy and speedily, irrespective of age,
wealth or beauty. This information wilj
cost you nothing, and if yoi wish to marry,
I will cheerfully assist you. All letter
strictly confiaential. The desired inform
lion sent by return mail, and no quesiioaa
asked. Address Sarah B. Lambert, Greet,
point, Kings county, New-York.
0;t. 12, 1864 8m
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
TALI. AND HITFH t-T
Miss MARY BARK LEY has just returned
from" New York and Philadelphia with an
excellent assortment of Millinery Goods.
She has Ihe very latest fashions and tha
most approved styles ol Hats and Bonnets,
together with ihe most1 tasteful lot ol Rib
bons, Trimmings, &c. Give her a call and '
examui for yourselves.
p. , - MARY BARKLEY.
bloomsburg, Oct. 1?, 1864.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,