The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, March 22, 1865, Image 3

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STAR OF THE NORTH
TI11.GS ABOUT TOWi& COUNTRY
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. 1965.
VVs notice some persons ate beginning
to make garden in town.
' The iroius on ibe Catlawisaa railroad ran
throogh "on time."" Passengers are carried
over the West Branch in boats.
Hon. C. R. Buckalrw has retarned from
Washington to his residence near Blooms
turg. .
Aitkr a long and very cold winter, the
spring opens pleasantly with a prospect of
en early season for farmers.
Ax the township election on last Friday
the loyal ticket was elected by an average
majority of about thirty five.
Abraham Lincoln is opening a trade
with the rebel, by swapping, bacon for to
bacco, hi more profitable tha.i swapping
horses crossing a stream.
At the celebration of St Patricks day in
New York the first toast offered was -''The
Republic May the Angel of Peace soon
cover a restored Union with the shadow of
her wing."
Fuank Lkslic's Lady's Magzink Is the
cheapest anil best Gazette of Fashions in
the world. The March comber contains
most beautiful patterns (or Spring. The
reading is of the beet literature and tends
to making happy and prosperous house,
holds by promoting intelligence. Frank
Leslie 337 Pearl Sireei New York.
Evert paper issued by Abraham Lincoln
is called by our loyalist an able document.
In order to be patriotic we shall admit the
saving and maintain with them that hid in- i
augural address was an original Abe L doc
ument. For the. beuefii of unbelievers let
hi quote f
"Fondly do we hope,
Fertently do we pray.
Thai this mighty scourge of war,
May speedily paes away'
Ts MkN taken Irom here on Wednesday
last by Captain Silvers, volunteered lor
township in Lebanon county, tor a bounty
of six hundred and fifty dollars. An effort
is being made lo have them credited to
Bloom, by force x the late law declar
ing that volunteers 6hall be credited only
for the place in which they have a re.i-
denc3. We can easily understand that the
law has been set aside, but it h peculiar to
us how some of the men engaged in draw
in '4 the rein on the boys, have become ad
vocate ol law, who but a short lime ago
were oproeed to legal proceedings.
Nkxt Democratic 5tate Convention.
The S ate Central Committee at their meet
ing on Wedne Jay, at Harriborg, settled
upon Wednesday the 2lt day of June next,
the day of holding the Democratic State
Convention, and the Ha'I of the Houe of
. Representatives in Hrrisourg as the place.
The meeting of the Committee, we learn,
was a full one, and the utmost harmony
prevailed.
I m la r & Bic it null's Bank Note Reporter,
for March, is mt This is one of the berl
if not the bed Reporter published. Farm,
ers, mechanics, merchants and all business
men should be.armed with Imlay & Bick
n kjlls Reporter,to prevent toss ly receiving
counterfeit bank notes, and note of broken
or closed bank. Semi-monthly, S3 per
annum. Monthly, Si, 50 per annum. Sin
gle copies 15 cents. Imlay & Biclfnell's
Bank Note Repotter, 45 South I bird Street
Philadelphia.
Fatal -Accident Mr. Wni. Marteeney,
ol Criarcreek township, Columbia, county,
was, we regret to learn, kilied in the mines,
at or near Sheuandouh City, Schuylkill co.,
on Monday last. His remains were brought
. home on Tuesday and interred on Wed.
neday, in the Methodist bury ing ground on
'Summer Hill. He leaves a wife and three
children to mourn bis sudden demise. He
was aged 33 years, 9 months and 13 days.
-Berwick Gazette.
- The editor of a western paper say s that a
"loyal" man in ilia parts, undertook to read
Washington' Farewell Address on the 22d
of February. "He read silently and sul
.Jenly for some time. At last be rose from
bis seat, grated bis teeth, and threw the
bock down in a- passion." :VYbv, John !"
aid his astonished wile, "what on'earth
ail you !" "Why," said John, 'Til be
cussed if I sit still and hear the Yoonyun
party abused, by old Washington himself !"
. The good woman knew he bad cause for
ranger, and she chided - him not, but com
menced aingiog the baby to sleep with ibe
.National Hymn "John Brown's Body,"
.etc., etc. -The whole family are '"loyal."
, Columbia Couktt is not alone in oppres
sion by tyrants. The rod is now drawn
over Centre County, where arrests are made
.as freely and with as little ground as were
the arrests of our county. The Editor of the
j3ellefoale Watchman, a sound patriot and
-able editor was arrested for publihiog the
Jetter of a correspocdent which-says ;
On the 1st instant two men from Belle
lonte holding or ciairaiag to hold the office
of Government detective (in plain word
"spy") and Deputy Provost Marshal, stop
ped here, having in their custody three or
four persons, reputed deserters. Mr. John
Citoner, qaiet. and estimable cfiizgn, re
irarking that "he would not be as easily
taken as were these prisoners,'' or words to
'that effect, was, with two revolvers ained
at bis head, seized and dragged, without a
moment' preparation, (not even being al
lowed an overcoat to protect him - from the
chilling winds) ly Bellefonte, whers he was j
Special Notices.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
THE undersigned having been restored
to heatth in a few weeks, by a very sim
ple remedy, after having suffered sev.eral
3 ears, with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anx
ious to make known to his fellow sufferers
the means of cure.
To ail who desire, it, he will send a copy
of the presoiiption used free of charge
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
CoId9, &e. The only object of the adver
tiser in sending the Prescription is to bene
fit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to be invaluable ; and,
he hopes eveiy sufferer will try his remedy
as it will cost them nothing, and prove a
blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will
please address,
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County,- New York.
February 15. 1865 3mo.
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW
A LITTLE ol everything relating to the
human system, male and female ; the
causes and treatment of diseases; the mar
riage customs ol the world; how to marry
well and a thousand things never publish
ed before, read the revised and enlarged
edition of "Medical Common Sense," a
curious book for curious people, and a
good book for every one. 400 pages, 100
Illustrations. Price SI. 50. Contents table
sent free to any address. Books may ha
had ai the book stores, or will be sent by
mail, post paid on receipt o' tie price .
Address Dr. E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
1130 Broadway, New York,
Feb. 1, 1865 6mo.
Information Free.
To Nerveous Sufferers.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervou
Debility, Incompetency Premature Decaf)
and Youthful Error, actuated by a desire
to benefit others, will be happy to fumisn
to all who need it, (free ol charge,) the
recipe and direction, for making the sim
ple remedy used in his case. SnfTerers
wishing to profit by-the advertisers bail ex
perience, and posses a sure and valuable
remedy, can do so by addressing him at
once at his place of business. The Recipe
aad full information of vital importance
w ill be cheerlully 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, 1364 3mo.
EDI I OR OF THE STAR :
DEAR SIR :
With your permission l.wish to say lo the
readers ol our paper that I will send, by re
turn mail, to all who wish it (free) a Recipe,
with full directions for making arid using
a simple Vegeabie Balm that will effectu
ally remove, in leu days, Pimples,
Blotches. Tan, Freckles, and all Impuri
ties of the Skin, leaving the &ame eolt,
clear, smooth and Beautiful.
1 will also mail free to those having
Bald Heads, or Bare faces, simple direc
tions and information that will enable them
to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair,
Whiskers, or Moustache, in less than thir
ty dajs.
aII application answered by return
mail without charge.
Repectfnlly yours,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
831 Broadway, New York.
March 1, 1365 3 mos.
ARCANA WATCH
An Elegant Aovelty in Watches.
THE cases of this watch, are an entirely
new invention, composed ot six different
i'ma'als combined, rolled together and
j pianist, ed, prod ucing an exact imitation
I of IS carat gold, called Arcana, which
i will always keep its color.4 They are a
beautiful and durable as solid gold, and
are afforded at one eighth the cost. The
ca-ei is beautifully designed, with Panel
and shield lor name, with Patent Puh Pin,
and engraved tn the exact style ol the. cele
brated Gold Hunting Levers and are real,
ly handsome and desirable, and so exact
an imitation of gold, as to defy detection.
The movement is ma nufactured by the
well known St. Jimer Watch Company of
Europe, and arc superbly finished, having
engraved ralieis, fancy carved bridges
adjusting regulator, with gold balanced,
arid the improved, ruby jewelled action
with the line dial and skeleton haiuN, ami
is warranted a ood lime keeper. These
wa'ches are of three different sizes, the
smallest being for ladies, and are all Hunt
ing Cases. A case of six, will be sent by
mail or-Exre?s lor SI25.00. A single one
snt in an elegent Morocco case for $25.60
will readily sell lor three limes their cost.
We are the sole asienls for this Watch in
the United States, and none are genuine
which do not bear onr Trade Mark.
Address,
DEVAUGH & CO., Importers,
15 Maiden Lane, New York.
Feb 8, 1865 3mo.
18G ISO
PENNSYLVANIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD
This great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Penns ylvania to
the city of Ere, on Lake Erie.
It has been leaded by the Pennsylvania
Rail Uoad Company, and is operated by
them-.
Its entire length was opened for passen
ger and freight business, Oct. I7in, 1864.
Time of Passenger trains at North'd.
lieavc Eastward
Mail Train 10 16 P. M.
Elmira Express Train, 11 27
L. Haven, Ac'modation, 14 27 A. M.
Leaves Westward.
Mail Train, 4 26 A. M.
Elmira Expres Train, 5 IS "
Lock Haven Ac'modation 4 34 P. 31.
Passenger cars run throogh on Mail train
without change bo'h ways between Phila
delphia Erie, and Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Mail Train
both ways between Philadelphia and Lock
Haven, and on Elmira Epxress Train both
ways between Williamsport and Baltimore.
For information respecting Passenger
business apply at cor. 30th and Market Sis.,
Philadelphia. And for Freight business of
the Corrpany's Agent.
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Mar
ket Street. Philadelphia.
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. M Drill, Az'r. N. C. R. R.. Baltimore.
H H. HOUSTON.
General Freight A gt. Phil a.
H. W. GWINNER,
General Ticket Agt. Phil'a.
JOS D,, POTTS,
General Manager, Williamsport.
Feb. 2?, 1865.
)
E.&ll. T. ASTUOSY & t0 .
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
In addition to cur main business ot
PDTOtJRAPHIC MATERIALS, we are
Headquarters for the following. viz
Stereocoves and Steroscopic Views,
Of these we have an immense assortment,
including War Scenes, American and For
eign Cities and Landscapes, Groups, Stat
uary, &c, &c. Also, Revolving Stereo
scopes for public or private exhibition. Our
Catalogue will be sent to any address on
receipt of Stamp.
riiotographic Albums.
We were the first lo introduce these into
the United States, and we manufacture im
mense quantities in great variety, raging
in price from 50 cents to $50 each. Our
ALBUMS have the reputation of being
superior in beauty and durability te any
others. They will be seui by maij, ,
on jeceipt ol price.
ZX7Fine Jllbums Made to order.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS.
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five
Thousand subjects (to which additions are
continually being made) of Portraits, ol
Eminent Americans, &c, viz about
J00 Maj. Generals,
200 Bris. Generals,
275 Colonels,
100 Lieut. Colonels
250 Other Officers,
75 Navy Cfficeis,
550 Statesmen,
130 Divin cs,
125 Authors,
40 Artists,
125 Stages,
50 Prom'nt Women,
150 Prominent Foreign Portrait.
3,OO0 Copies of Works of
An,
including reproductions of the most cele
brated Engravings, Paintings, Statutes, &c
Catalogues sent on receipt of Stamp. An
Order lor one dozen Pictures from our Cat
alogue will be filled on the receipt ot St. 80
and sent by mail, Free.
Pho'ographers and others orderins good
CO. D willpleasererr.il twenty-rive pe
cent of the amount with their order.
E. & II. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Phdtoaraphir Material,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
CP The prices and quality of our goods can
not fail to satisfy.
Dec 7, 1864. 6mo.
R E E V E S '
original, GRtcnc i im.liacli:,
AMUUO'A,
FOR THE GROWTH. BEAUTY AND
PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR.
i:tatlilird 18GO.
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This preparation can show
liv ing evidences of its excel
lence. . SEE
Photograph and read certifi
cate ol Mrs. Wm- Sutton
hair five leet and one inch in
leng'h used Reeve-' Ambro
sia about twenty mon hs.
ALSO,
Photo2raph and certificate of
' Mrs. L M. Neil hir five ft.
length used the Ambrosia
18 mon'hs
Thonsands are nsing this
prepuration and offering wil
ling testimonials. -These
potouraphs, taken from life, have
been awarded to extend th knowledge of
the merits of ihi wonderful discovery.
Hnndreds have seen these ladies and heard
the fans front their own lip.
iSIrs. Maxwell's Testimonial.
rJ York. Dec 23, 1862.
Knowing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia pioduced a beautiful head of hair
for Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was induced, thereby, to use
it thoroughly. I needed something for my
hair, it being short and thin had used one
half dozen bottles when I could plainly
notice an increase in its length, stiength,
and beauty. An experience of about iwy
years has proved a "complete success. 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 of Reeves' Ambrosia to the
world.
MRS. WALLACE E MAXWELL.
ZZgTjM entenprisinr Druggists have
these Photnsrriipis and keep fur J
sale, REEVES' tfMBROSLi at 75
Cents per Bottle.
Druggiis who may not have our prepa
ration, will send for it if applied to. Priii
cipal Depot, 62 Fulton Street, New York
Messrs Frmch, R;chards. & Co. of Phi!
adelphia, General Agents lor Pennsylvania, j
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.
The estate of IVrni. Brown, deceased.
THE Hndei-igned'Audi'.or appointed by ,
the Orph iii's Court ot Columbia county, to
make distribution of ihe fond in the hands
of the Executor ol Wm. Brown, late of Bri
arcreek twp, Columbia county, deceased,
among the persons entitled by law to re
ceive the same, will attenrt lo th duties of
his appointment at his office in Bloomsburg
on Saturday, the I8:h day of March,. 1865
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, wher. and
where all persons havins claims against
the es'ate of said deceased, shall present
the same beforerfKaid Auditor, or be debar
red from coming in for a share of said fund.
W. WIRT, Auditor.
Bloom.-burg, Feb. 22, 1865 4wS2.50
A CARD TO INVALIDS A CLERGY
man, while residing in South America
as a'missionary, discovered a safe and sim
ple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weak
ness, Early Decay, disea-es of ihe Urinary
and Seminal Organs, and the whole train
of disorders brought on by baneful and vi
cious hab'Hs. Oreal num b rs have alreftdy
been cured by this noble retted v. Prompt
ed by a desire to benefit ihe aiHic'ed and
unfortunate; I will seud the recipe for pre
paring and using this medicine, lo any one
who needs it, in a pealed envelope free ol
charge. Please enclo-e a fctamped envel-ope,addre-se.l
to yours'f. Address JO
SEPH T. INMAN, Station D, Bible House,
New York City. 52-ly
OLD THINGS MADE NEW-
A PAMPHLET directing how to speedily
restore tight and give up spectacles,
wi houl aid ol doctor or medicine. Sent
by mail, free, on receipt af 10 cents. Ad
dreaS. E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
1 130 Broadway, New York.
Feb 1, .1865 6mo.
HORSE BILLS,
NEATLY J&ISJ
, THK omcB or THC
STAR OF TRE NORTH,
National Foundry.
nioomsUurgr, Columbia Co.,
-
fThe sabsribjr, proprietor of the above
-"- named exiensive esiaunnimen:, i now
prepared to receive orders lor all Rinds o
mhrrv fnrmi.r.F.RIRS. BLAST FLR
f
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESH IMG MACHINES, &c, &c.
He is also prepared lo make Stoves, all
sizes and patterns, Plow. irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extansiva facilities and practical
workman, warrant him in receiving the
largest contracts op tte most reasonable
terms.
Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
W This establishment is located near
the Lackawanua Railroad Depot.
PETER BILLMEYER.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
The New York Weekly Herald.
THE CHEAPEST PAPETi IN the WORLD
'1HE extensive and comprehensive facil---
ities in its possession enables the Pro
prietor of the Weekly Herald m gearantee
the la'eet and most reliable information
possible to be obtained, not only from all
parts of the United States, but from all parts
of the world.
lis home correspondents, engaged at very
heavy cost, and connected with each new
naval and military expedition ol the gov
ernment, prove that it is determined to leave
no spot uncovered by its operations and no
event can occur that shall not fir.d imme
diate report in its columns. It costs the
proprietor over one hundred thousand dol
lars 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 to main
tain the stand it has assumed. It has spe
cial rorrespondenl stationed in all of the
prir;cipl cities of the world.
Its telearaphic arrangements extend to
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Whehlhe Atlantic cable is laid, which
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The proprietor devotes a portion of the
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the Mechanic Art, Sportino Matters Buii
ncs, Theatrical and Financial Reports,
Cattle Markets, General News, and reports
of all events calculated to form an excellent
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graphic view of the evenls of the word
and all at a very low price.
The Weekly Herald is issued every Sat
urday morning, and furihed at the fol
lowing rates :
One copy S2 00 Five copies S3 00
Three copies 5 00 Ten copies 5 00
Any larer number addressed to names
of subscribers SI 50 each. An extra copy
will be seni to every dub of ten.
Twenty copies to one address one yar,
25, and any larger number at same price.
An extra copy sent to clubs of twenty.
Advertisements to a limited number will
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Th njilv- n-raL! Four cents per cony. !
Fourteen Dollars per year for thtee hundred
and sixty three issues. Seven dollar- for
six months. Three dollars and filly cents
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Editor anc" Proprietor,
Northwest cor. Ful'on and Nassau-sis. N.Y.
There are no travelling agents for the
Herald. 52-tf
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306 Chestnut stret, Philadelphia.
trSSpecimeris sent gratis, when sent lor.
Nov. 23, 1864.
NEW GOODS!
Viiotlicr Arrival of Hoods.
A I
Hat, Cap and Grocery
S3 t QD
Now is Your Time to Buy.
HENXnv SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
rilHE undersigned having just returned
1 from the Eastern citjes with a larg
and full assortments of fGROcrDT
in addition to a snperi 23 -il c JJ
or STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
& HATS AND CAPS,
comprising every soil and quality, is now
prepared to sell a little cheaper than can
be purchased elsewhere.
H Stock of GROCERIES are not sur
passed in this marke', which he offer
cheap for cash, or in exchange for GRAIN
OR PRODUCE.
ALSO,-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
acd LININGS to whicn he invites the at
tention ot Shoemakers and the pnblic.
Give him a call At Slroup's Old Stand,
on Main Street.
f"'y, T'.rtT'.TPV
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GROVE ST E N 8c CO.
PIANO-FORTE iiaANUFACTI REUS,
THE attention of the public and the Irade is invited lo our New ScaTe 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano Fones, which for volume and purity of tone are unrivalled by any hiiherto
offered in this market. They contain all ihe modern improvements, French, Grand
Action, Harp Pedal. Iron Frame, Over-Struna Bass &c, ai d each instrument being made
under the personal supervision ot Mr J. H. GROVESTEEN, who has had a practical ex
oerience of over 30 years in iheir rranufarture, is fully warrented in every particular.
The Grovekteen Piano-Forle Received the Highest award of Merit over all others
at the Celebrated World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments from the best maker of London, Paris, Germany,
Philapelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and also at the American Institute for
five successive years, the gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen at onr
ware-roon. By the introduction of improvements we make a. still more perfect Piano
Forte, and by manufacturing largely, with a etrinly cash system, are enabled to oiler
the-e instruments at prices which will preclude all competition. n
PRICES : No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood plain case S275. ISo. .
Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding S300. No. 3, Seven Oc"ave,
rouud corners. Rosewood Loui XIV sn le S325,a lac simile of the aove rut.
term. NFr dsn, Biv cijim: ent funds.
I3T DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SE.NT FREE, jtj . ,
July. 13, 1864 ly.
PUTNAM CLOTHES WRISGKK.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
S ? LF-.3 D JUSTING WRINGER.
No Wood Work lo sivell or split No
Thumb screw to get out of order -Warranted
with or without cog-wheels
IT look th first premium at fifiy-seven
State and County Fairs in 1863, and i
without any exception, the best Wnnger
ever made Patented in the United States,
England, Canada, and Ausiralia. Agents
wanted in every town, and in al. parts ol
the world. Energetic Agents can make
from three to ten Dollars per day.
Sample Wringers seal Express paia on
receipt of price.
No. 2, 66.50. No. 1, S7 50. No. F, 8.50.
No. A.S9.50. Manufactured au( sold,
whole-ale anil retail, by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO,
No 13 Plait Si'eei, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
A H FRANCISCUS, Agent,
Philadelphia, Pa.
What Everybody Knows, viz
That iron well galvanized will not rust.
That a simple machine better than a
complicated one. That a Wringer should
be sell-adjuring, durable, and efficient
That Thumb screws and Fasten ings cause
delay and trouble to regulate and keep m
Tt.m wood soaked in hot water
will swell, shrink and .-pill. 1 hat wood
bearings lor the shaft to run in will wear
out. Thai the Putnam Wringer, with or
without cog wheels. will not tear itie clothe.
That cog wheel regulators are not essen
tial. That the Putnam Wringer ha all the
advantages, and not one of the dissdvan
tages above named That all who have
teMed it, pronounce it the bst Wringer
ever made. That it will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might ii'd the paper with testimoni
als, but in-ert only a tew to convince the
skeptical, if uch there be: and we say to
all, test Putnam's Wiinger. Test it thor
oughly with any and all others, and if not
entirely rat i-factory, return it.
Putnam Manvjaclvring Co.
Gentlemen I know from practical
experience that iron well galvanized with
Zinc wdl not oxidize or rust ore particle.
The Pfctnam Wringer is as near perfect a
pcssible. and 1 can cheerfully recommend
it lo be the ret in use.
Respectfully yours,
JOHN W. W HEELER,
Cleveland, Onio
Many years experience in the galvaniz
ing business, enable me lo endorse The
above statement in all particular
JNO C f.EFFERTS.
No. 100 Beck mail St.
New York, January, 1S64.
V have te-ted Putnam's Clothes Wring
er b practical working, and know that it
will do. It i- cheap, it is simple, it requires
no room whether at work or at rest: ;t child
can operate it It does its duty thoroughly.
Is eaves lime and it save- wear and tear.
We earnestly advise all who have much
washing to do, with all intelligent persons
who may have any. to buy this Wringer.
It will pay lor iise'f in a year a. mo-t.
HORACE GREELEY.
" July 6, 64. ly.
OYVriullS, OVMIIKS!
Eating and Drinking
THE subscriber te-pectfully gives no
lice to ihe public that he has at. his Saloon,
on Main Street, constantly on hand
Fresh Oysters,
either in the shell or by the CAN, to suit
hi-customer-. Familiecn be supplied
by the can or by the q'iarl upon short jio
lice. He also keeps on hand XX Ale, Si
der and minerals.
Give him a call.
B. STPI1NER.
Bioom.-burg, Nov. 23, 1864.
Administrator's Koticc.
Estate of James Mc Bride, lute of 1km- j
lock township, aeceasea.
LETTERS of Administration on the es
tate of James McCride. late ol Hemlock
twp., Columbia county Pa , have been
granted ov the Register of sail county to
Hugh D McBrideresidinc in the twp, an J
county aforesaid. All persons' having
claims against be esta'e of the decedent
are requested lo preent them for fceule
me it to the administrator without delay,
and all persons indebted to the decedent
shall make pay ment immediateley to the
undersigned -
HUGH D. McBRlDE, Adm'r.
Hemlock, Jan. 4, 1865 6w S2.
DAVID L0WENBERG,
CLOT JUNG STORE,
O-M.j.H.iitrg cXj':jcuLwj: s .aJh n.v c.J. ! i a Are ? tt
.11 ' -s
JYew Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP. GOODS.
rriHE
undersigned respectfully informs
JL
his friends and ihe pnblic generally,
that he has just received Irom ihe Eastern
Citie, a large assortment of
CLOTHING,
Fresh from the seat ol Fa-hion, of all
sorts, sizes and quantities, . which wjll be
sold cheap lor cash or country produce.
-ALSO.-
II ATS X VW&
Tnorpther with a variety of no
T.tTTW "t?- '
lions and things too troublesome to numer
ate, to which he invites the attention of pur
chasers. ESpr" Ue is also prepared to make us
clothing to order, on reasonable termp,
and up to the latest fashions.
LF-Call and examine our slock of goods.
ANDREW, J. EVANS.
Bloomshurg, April 27. 1864.
Miller's Store.
OF FALL AM) WINTER GOODS.
flMlE subscriber has just returned from
the cities wilh another large and elecl
assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
at the lowest figure, and which he is deter
mined to sell on as moderate terms as cau
be procured elsewhere in Blooin&burg.
Hi stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
of the chcicesi siyles and latest fashions,
loeiher with a large assortment of
DUY-GOODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
AND VEST1NUS.
ALSO,
(JROCKRIES, HARDWARE,
QU E ENS W A RE, C ED AH W A K F
HOLLOW W A K E. N AILS, 1 IIO N .
HOOTS SHOES, HATS C A PS.c.
In short, every thing usually kept in coun
try stores, to which he inv des he atlentiou
ot the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for coun
Iry produce, in exchange for goods.
' STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsbuig, Oct. 12, 1864.
II K VII KS II JI EAT S A IA) O IV
AND
CONFECTION EKY STORE.
H. C. Christmas,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citi
zens ot Bioom-burg and vicinity lhal
he has just opened a new Refreshment Sa
loon and Confectioner S.ore, on Maiu-st ,
second door below the "American House'
where he intends supplying all who may
give him their cutom with FRESH OYS
TERS. Clam Soup, Sardines, Boded Eg2S,
Ham Tripe Pigs' Feel, Dried Herring, &c.
H- wijl also keep on hand a superior ar
ticle of DRAUGHT ALE, Porter Lagerbeer,
and Sarsaparilla : together with a good as.
sortment of Can lies, Sweetmeats, Cakes:
Cigar- and Chewing Tobacco. In connec
tion with -this saloon he ha- fitted up a La.
dies: Department, where all who may de
sire can call tor Oysters and Refreshment
and will be tree from all annoyances an
indecencies lh.it ladies are too often ex
p sed to in some of our best restaurants
Don't fail to give him a call.
H. C CHR1STM AN, Proprietor.
Bioom-burg, Oct. 12, 1864.
Administrator's Aoticcr
Estate of Jacob Kindt gs late of Fishing
crerk. twp-, deceased.
I FETTERS ol administration on the es--:aie
ol Jacob Kindig late of Fishingceek
twp , Columbia county, deceased, aave
been granted by the Register of Columbia
county, to John Wenner, residing in town
ship and county aforesaid. All persons
having claims agaiti-t the estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them to
lie under-igi.ed without delay, and all p r
sim indebted to make payment (orthwih
JOHN WENNER, Adm'r.
Ei-hgcreek, Nov. . UP4 fw f2.
Aatioii.il 4'IaiKi Agency,
CON PITT 1 1) BY
HARVY 8c COLLINS,
WASIllSGTOS, D. c.
IN order to facilitate the prompt adjust
meni of Bounty, arrears oi pay, Pension
and other claims due soldiers and other
persons lrom the Government of the U. S..
the undersigned has made arrangement
with th" above firm whose experience and
close proximity to, and daily intercourse
with, the Department, as well as the early
knowledge acquired by them of the decis
ions Ireqnently being made, enable them
to pro-ecute claims more effectually than
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do.
All persons entitled to claims ol the above
description can have them properly attend
ed to by calling on tne and entrusting thern
lo my care. W. WIRT,
' Agent for Harvy & Collins.
K-7 cl-
m Mi
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GROVER 8c BAKER S
CFLEBHATKD KI.ASTIC STITCH
$CWIi HI A I IIIIVES
Were awarded the highest Premium or
all Competitors, at the following State '
and County Fair of 1863.
NEW YORK STATE FAIR.
First Premium for family Machine'.
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
INDIANA STATE FAIR, .
First Premium lor Machine for all purpose
First Premium (or Machine Work
VERMONT STATE FAIR.
Fir. I Premium for Family Machine.
First Premium lor Manufacturing Machine.
First Premium for Machine Work
OHIO STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Machine Work
IOWA STATE FAIR. .
First Premium for Family Machiua
First Premium (or Manufacturing Machine
Firl Premium for Machine Work. fc
ILLINOIS STATE EAIR.
First Premium for Machine for all purpose
First Premium for Machin Work
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
Frst Premium for Machine for all purposes
Frist Premium for Machine Work, .
MICAIGAN STATE FAIR -First
Premium for Manufacturing Maohioe
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine- Work
PENN'A STATE FAIR
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
Frist Premium for Machine Wore
OREGON STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
CHITTENDEN CO. Vt. AGR'L SOC.
first Premium lor Family Machine ,
First Premium for Manufacturing Macl ine
First Premium for Machine Work
FRANKLIN CO N Y, FAIR.
First Premium' lor Family Machine.
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Vi. AG'L SOC.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium or Manufacturing Machine
Fir-t Premium 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 Machine
First Premium for Man ufaciuring Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Woik
SARATOGA CON Y, FAIR. .
First Premium lor Family Machine
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Pa. FAIR.
First Premium for Machine for all purpo
First Premium lor Machine Work
GER EN FIELD O, UNION FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work,
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine.
MONTGOMERY CO Pa, FAIR.
Fi.st Premium lor Machine for all purposes
First Premium (or Machine Work.
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cal FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work.
SAN JOSE DISTRICT Cal FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
Fir-t Premium for Machine Work
CSThe above com prisfls all ihe Fair
at which the Grover & Baker Machines
were exhibited this year.
Sales-rooms, 495 Broadway, New York.
730 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
March 23, 1864 ly.
. 1 E i
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W fx.
IiwddovEO"
THE Greatest Improvement yet in the
Sewing Machine Art. A curiosity wortn
seeing.
Please send for circular with sample oi
sewing.
These Improved Machines save one
hundred per cent of thread and silk, and
make the lock-stitch alike on both sides. ,
They rpquire no instructions to operate
perfectly, except the "printed directions."
No change in sewing from one kind of
goods to another.
And no taking apari lo'cleaa .c oil.
Our New Manufactory is now complete,
with all its machinery and tools entirely
new, and is already rapidly turning out
Machines, which lor beauty and perfection
o' finish are not surpassed by any manufac
ture in the world.
N. B. Should any Machine piove onsai-
isfac.ory, it can be returned and money
retunded.
Agents wanted in counties not canvassed
by oar own A-jent
FLNKLE & LYON S. M. CO.
No. 538 Broadway, Now York.
April 20. 1P64. ly
Aoticc to Trespassers.
THE following farmers and land owners, j
of Orange and Centre townships, Columbia
countv, do hereby caution all persons
against hunting or in anywi-e trespassing
mi it eir land. thn makinr themselves I
.. j
subject to the penalties of the law which t--will
be most stringently enforced 4r
Ddvid E Haymen, Stephen Hill,
Samuel Hetdle; , Frany Hayman,
Simon Lawry. Recben Sitter,
All ol Oiange township.
B;nj. Stiner, Wm Beck,
Frederick Beck, Adam Hill,
Wm Witmiie, . Geo. Witmire,
Joseph Ruckle, all of Centre twp.
Onnge, Nov. 16, 1864.
IMIE undersigned having connected him-j
self with established Agencies in Wash
instcn and Philadel;hm is prepared li
attend ' ih colie-tion of Back pV,
Koiuitic, IVusions,
and :itl mhr pnniiuhln claims against 1h
Government. His experience and businesJ
. . : . i i i. : . . . .4 ... '
i-uiiuccuuiis enauiB iinu itr i.isuu iu. mi
with the least possible delay. No r'
mad unless the claims are senm i.
OfRae with E. H. Little E-v,.,
Hoae Alley, Bloomsbors Pa
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