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STAR OF THE NORTH
TfllNGS C0"CT TOWX& COUSTRT.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. 1965.
Thb blue-bird have made their appear
ance. They look re'lreshiogly vernal and
'sprightly. . - . . .
Clibton Robbikb, of Greenwood town
'hip, will sell on Tnesday of next week
"Tive head of horsea. together with a lot of
-good lumber, and his entire household anil
VVc are hating an early spring. The
'weather for the past few days has been
balm) and serene. The grass and the buds
upon the trees are coming oat finely.
Thcrc are indications of a , movement on
'the part of General Grant. Many of the
eick thai were in the fie'd hospitals hare
been removed to Ciiy Point.
Captain Msksch has been, home on a
'visit to bis family . The Captain is enjoy
ing good health and is foil of vigor. He
reports the company in good heahh.
Thi ' Fra Bill regulating :he Justices
Wees in the Counties ol Erie and Crawford
lha9 been exteutted to ihL counsy. We will
-prepare and print a fx bill (or the Justices
and Constables of this county, in a few
days, which will be for sale at this office.
Those of our readers who change their
residence on the 1st oi April will inform
os I the cha.ige, in order that we may di
tect our papers accordingly. Give us the
name and post office address.
Both branches of the Legislature have
passed a general bill increasing the lees of
Clerks of the Orphans' Court, Register and
Recorder, Sheriff, and District Attorneys.
Trie Bill has become a law. The coun.ie
dI Columbia and Montour are not excluded
from the operations of this law. -.-
Niew volunteers are going into the ser
vice every day. Companies are being or
panizedat Camp Cnrun, Harnsbnrg, daily.
Raw recruits are sent to the tront .without
lite least drilliog, or experience in cam
paigning, to be rushed into the jtws of
death the moment the enemy opens his,
liuge mouth, through . which many before
. The moving season" is cloe ar hand.
There will be a great, many changes made
vli is j ing in this place We understand
Jiooesare scarce, and many families wilj
4-e obliged to discontinue 'honse-keeping"
lake up boarding at the Public Houses.
i his may te fully s cheap, considering
'he high rents and the extravagant price of
Gold has fallen 10 I 50 and caused many
broker and merchanlsto 'break up" in
fJew York and Philadelphia, L V. SwaP
' 1.KS8, ib Bloomsourg, is rot '"broken,' now offered in the market li is compos
tbongh he will cause o her Stores in town eC of such elements as make it adapted to
10 ' shot up" for want of customer, if ihei
will not come down to his prices. He sell
- c'ry -goods, groceries and all ar'icle usually
tound in country stores at reduced prices o
suit the fU of gold Give him a call. He 1
is there in Rupert "s .Block below Market
Street; and ready tr accommodate you
Ma David Lowekbeko requests as to
'ate thai be has just replenished his already
large assortment ot goods ; such as cloths,
cassimeres, vesting?, and goods generally
tor men's wear. Besides he bis recruit
. . - i- r 1 1 -t 1 - l 1
ca up iiis iiuck ui jewcuj, ui wuicu ue
keeps on hand a varied . and splendid as
sortment. Mr.. Lowenberg is op to the
times in fashion, quality oc any way you
may choose to take him, in his line. Give
his establishment a call. Advertisement
Will appear in our next.
-.Wesley Wiht, Esq., went to Harrisborg
on Monday evening last, to Jake - steps to
wards feaving the credit of some 40 or 50
men, who lef; this place and enlisted,
placed to this township, as the law directs.
Should Bloom township receive the proper
credit for the men that have went into the
ervice since the passage of an' act requir
ing ll who er.Iist to creJit to their place of
residence, the quota f this township would
be more than made op.
The trains on the- Lackawanna and
Rlnnmahnrv Railroad hava renaif(f ihnirl
usual trips as laid down by the time-table
It was bat two or. three days thai the road
was itnpasiab(e on account of the late high
water. We are pleased to state that the
damage done was nothing like aa great as
waa anticipated. Tha North Branch Canal
Company sustained much more serious
loss than did the Pat I road Company.
New Bounty Law. Tha Bounty Law at
it now stands, provides for the levying and
collecting of a tax not exceeding $400 and
a per capita tax not exceeding $15. It also
provides for the drafted man'receiviog $400
or the man 'who pots in a substitute and
credits such . substitute to the towothip
wharf the principal resides. This law is
optional with the authorities. They can
act if they feet it is the genera- wish of the
people ol their district.- - "
The Abolition war party of to-day are the
most, cbop-f alle n set of people ever known
Their wild shrieks lor blood are 00 more
tear J. The lime has come when Abraham
rhe first oeis their services, and they are
endeavoring 10 shirk the responsibilities.
Tbey wer, a few years ago, bellowing loud
and deep for the vigoroua prosecution of
this war; and were willing 10 sacrifice the
iaatmaa and the last dollar, bat never in
tended that their dollars should ,Je thus
plat er tiai their bidf hoald) ever be
f'srforatsd wiih bullets. ;
We are pree.se d 10 state that oar. young
and valued friend Capt. C. G. Jack son of
the 8-fi'h, who wa's seriously wOouded. and
taken prisoner in the battle at the Wilder
ness last May, "has returned borne on pa
role to his parents and friends, in Berwick
The Captain has seen some hard service
besides some very sever treatment at the
bands of the "reboots," although he looks
better than oine-tentha of the returned prisoners.
A Provost Marshal is to be appointed in
this District in the place of C. M Man
ville, removed. We saw an announce
ment that our townsman.' Capt. Silver had
received the appointment ; bo. on making
inquiry about the marter we were informed
that the announcement was premature
The Captain is an applicant with fair pros
pects of receiving the appointment. We
do not know why he should not have it as
well as some one else.
So far as we have been able to observe,
the Spring election have resulted in favor
of the invincible Demo?racy. We have
had gains in nearly. 'evert town, Ward,
Precinct, and township, throughout the State,
where elections have been held. The Stale
is good for a handsome Democratic Major
ity next Fail. We will elect a Democratic
Auditor General and Surveyor General with,
out mistake. The hand writing on those
old wills is becomin g too plain for us to be
deceived in this matter. The ruinous pol
icy pursued by the present Abolition party
must and will crush ihem down, not to be
beard ot culy as a condemned party.
The Abolitionists say-that the administra
tion is the "government." AuJy Johnson,
a leg of the government, is known to have
been drunk at the inauguration, (How many
others of the "government' were drunk has
not been ascertained.) Nevertheless, Andy
Juhnbou being drunk, the question arise,
was the "government'' whole drunk, half
drunk, quarter drunk, or was it only tipsy .
Judging from the proceedings of'lhe inau
guration, takeo all together, we should say
that the ' government" was whole drunk. .
The gold market is not as brisk as it was
some three or four months ago In New
York it was quoted at SI. 52, This created
qnite a panic, which had hardly became
subsided until it took another pitch down
ward, to $1 48. This has had a tendency
to already bringdown all articles of trade.
It is hiubly important that something should
take place lor as matters were going it
woulti not have taken long to baukrept the
whole country and place the necessaries of
life beyond the reach of every man, even
ih moderate ciscumstances. This fluctua
tion at present in the money market may
mean something of no little importance to
the whole country ; then on the otter hand
it may only be the working of a cunning
enemy to further deceive the people into
the support ol this bloody and wicked war,
which in our opinion is net yet near the
end. We wish we could think differently,
bat we do not design to deceive our read
For Sale Twenty dollars worth of good
fertilizer. This fertilizer has been proved
in practice to be the cheapest, rnnst profit
able and best, lor the farmer, gardener and
truit grower, ot alT concentrated manures
the growth of . all kinds of crops in all kinds
e will also dispose- of an order calling
for one of Fiukle'fit Lyon's first class Fitly
Dollar Sevang Machines, with hemmer and
feller and aU. necessary fixings. Any per
son in need rf a capi'1 family sewing ma
chine will do well lo caJ vpoa as.
We also have far safi an irder fuf one ol
Gkovkstekk Sl Co's No. 3 ltue Hundred
Dollar Piano-Fortes, splenjid tfieewooJ,
seven octaves, extra mouldings-, vvpen
tine base, frei Ij re, harp pedal and cai ."ed
Louis XIV style. This Piano look the
prenhuni at the World's Fair besides at
many other exhibitions.
General GaANT need men, and tosnp'
ply this need, the draft will pe enforced
and our citizens are called on to contribute
immense soma ol money. The necessity of
instantly re enforcing our armie in the field
is the reason. for inflicting untold sorrow up
on hundreds of poor . families. And yet,
notwithstanding all this effort, will it be be
lieved that recruits do not reach the front,
bat are kept crowded together on Bdloe's
and Galloupe's Inlands? The Quartermas
ter General pleado inability to gel adequate
water transportation. Our military hospi
tals are, forthe same reason, unable to send
back convalescent patients to the regiments
ThaSecrteary ol War cannot, in this boor
of sopremesl peril, find vessels to transport
recruits and conscripts to the front ; but the
administration has no difficulty in placing
a large steamer at the service of a congress
ional junketing party, and a fi ;e yacht at
the call of Mrs. Liucoln !
Fled to the mocstaihs. Shick-Shinney
Borough was almost eotirely inundated du
ring the recent freshet. The inhabitants
were compelled to find refuge upon tha ad
jacent bills and mountains. The people of
Huntingdon valley very generously suppli
ed those who were destitute, with provis
ions. Berwick Gazette
Confederate colored troops already have
confronted, our forces before Richmond-
Tbey have not been placed on picket duty,
bat man the lortifjcations.
A grandson of the author of "The Star
Spangled Banner" receaily t'led ia the Old
Capiul Prison, at Washington.
' A Number of wat clergymen have. been
petitioning Congress for a recognition of
God ia the Constitution. These bloody min
ded parsons had better begin by recognizing
Goi ia their patpiu. -
1st the "Life of Wilberforce," is the fo
lowing entry in bis diary ; "Went to bear
MrFoster. Felt much devo;ed And won
dered at a mu who fell asleep daring the
psalms.' Daring the earmoh, trfnl lo sittp
. . E. & U. T. ANTIHOT & t0 ,
Manufacturer of Photographic Materials,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
In addition to cur main business
POTOGRAPH1C MATERIALS, we
Headquarters (or ie following, v it -
Stereocopes andSteroscopic Views,
Of these we have an immense assortment,
including War Scenes, American and For
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scopes lor puMic or private exhibition. Our
Catalogue will be 6ent to any address on
receipt of Stamp.
We were the firsl to introduce these into
the United States, and we manufacture im
rneriKe'quau'itiesJn great variety, raging
in price from 50 cents to 850 each. Our
ALBUMS have the reputation of being
superior in beanty and durability te any
others- They will be eni by mail, ,
on receipt of price.
l2&"Fint Albums Made to order.mXj
Our Caia-loaue now embraces over Five
Thousand subi-cts (to which additions' are
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Eminent Americans. &c,
100 Maj Generals,
200. Brig. Generals,
100 Lieut. Colonels
250 Other Offiee'8,
50 Prom'nt Women,
75 Navy Officers,
ISO Cromment foreign I'orlr.iilis.
3,000 Copies of Works of
including reproduction of the most cele
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Catalogues sent on receipt of Stamp. A n
Order for one dozen Pictures from our Cat
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and sent by mail, Free.
Pno oaraphers and others ordering good
C. O., D will please rex i 1 twe ity rive je
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E & H. T. ANTHONY it CO.,
Manufacturers oj Pholou up Ma-eria!,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. "
rW The prices und quality 0 our goods can
not fail to satisfy.
lec7, 1864. 6mo.
ORIGINAL, GE.ni: & RLLIACLE,
FOR THE GROWTH HEAUTY AND
PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR. .
established 18 CO.
Price, 75 cts. per bottle.
Thi preparaiion can show
living evidences of its excel
, Photograph and read cer'iG
cate ol Mrs Wm. Sutton
hair five leet and one inch in
length used Reve' Ambro
sia aboot twent iron hs.
Photograph and certificate of
Mrs L M. Ned-hair fiv ft.
length used the Ambrosia
Thousands are nsing Ihis
prep.'iration and offering wil
These ootoraohs. taken from life, ha v.- ,
been awarded to extend th knowledge of
the merits of this wonlerftil discovery.
Hundreds have seen these ladies and hear!
the farts from heir own lip-.
. airs. Maxwell's Testimonial.
bvjo York, Dec 23: 1862'.
Knowing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia produced a beautiful head of hair
lor Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was iiuluced, thereby, to use
it thoroughly. I needed something for my
hair, it being short and thift had used. one
hall dozen "bottles when I could plainly
nonce an increase in iH length, strength,
and beanty. An experience of about iw
years has proved a complete success. Mo
hair is now by measurement, four feet ten
inches in length, nearly reaching the floor.
I Lave allowed my photograph to proclaim
ihe merits of Reeves' Ambrosia 10 the
MRS. WALLACE E. MAXWELL.
UL? 7w enienprising tjruggiai un j
these Phutosrrophs and keep Jor
ale, REEVES' dMBROM.l at 75
Cents per Bottle.
Dru'?gii who may not have our prepa
ration, will send for it if applied to Jrr
cipal Depof, 62 Fulton Streei, New York.
Measw French, RicharJs, & Co. of Phil
adelphia, General Agents lor Pennsylvania.
Nov. 30. 1864. 6 roos.
An Elegant Kovtltj in Watche.
THE cases of this watch, are an entirely
new invention , .composed of different
matals combined, . rolled logetber and
planished, prod ucing an exact imitation
of 18 carat gold, called Arcana, whi-:h
will always keep its color. They are a.
beantiful and durable as solid gold, and
are afforded at one eighth the cm The
cae is beautifully . designed, wuh Pnl
and shield lor narne, witn. Patent Push Pm,
and engraved n the exact style of the cele
brated Gold Hnnting Levers and are real
ly handsome "and desirable, and so exact
ari imitation of gold, a to defy deieeuon.
The movement is manuXactured by the
well known St. Jimer Watch Company ol"
Europe, and are superbly finished, having
engraved pallets, fancy carved bridges
adjusting regulator, with sold balanced,
and the improved roby jewelled anion
with the line 'dial and skeleton hand, and
ia warranted a aood tine keep-r The
watches are of three iliff-'-ni iz--. l -smalle-t
being for la. lies an f are nil H-iv
ing Caes. A case of ij. wii!.- e t r v
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1 15 Mai-len Lane, New York.
Feb 8, 1865 3io
A CARD TO INVALt)S-A CLERGY
man, w hile reMdiojj in S'mh Am-i-as
a missionary, .iM-oered n af a '
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Early Dea di.-e.-e-. .
and Seminal Orn, a-ut ttir .v
ot disorders broiigM 01 by tari' t;. .
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who needs it, in a sealed nelope free 01
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SEPH T. INMAN, Station D, Bible House,
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Rloonifcbnr?:, Columbia fo.,
vf'ne snb-ribjr, proprietor of the bov
name i exteiK-ive euMishtnen:. is row
ntei'ard 10 receive orlers tor nil kind.- -f
rr,aclrt,.ery;forCOLLERIES BLAST FIR
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sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
HTs extensive facilities and practical
workman, wairant him in receiving the
largest contracts on the rnosl reasonable
terms.- -' .
GT Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
This establifhment is located near
he Lackawanna Railroad Depoi.
Bloomsburg, Sept. f 1863.
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. ..olo-ale and retail, by
THE PLM "NAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No 13 Plxtt Street, N Y. & Cleveland, O.
A H FRANTISCUS, Agent,
II hut i vryloily K',?ows. viz :
y.ti I ri
wetl jiiilvi.-.iizeii v" impi.
, -niiple m'-'ine 1 hewr than a
i-h-.I on-. That a Wringer ;honld
i ,ilj i-nni!v durable, and efficiertl.
i'Mirntt -crew- and Factenins caus-e
ami trouble lo rejul.ite and keep in
1 hat wood coaked in hot water
will W e 1
II itinnk and split. .1 hat woou
b-aring" foi the shaft to ron in will wear
out. I nat the Putnam Wringer, with or
i itl.ont coi wheels, will not lear the clothe-.
That wheel regulator are not essen
tial That ihe Putnam Wrinner has all the
ailvanirfse, and not one of the dis?dvan
taes above named." That all who have
tested it, pronounce" it the. b st Wringer
ever ma'de. That it will wrina THREAD
or a BED QUILT w ithout alteration.
We mmht fill the paper with testimoni
als, bur insert only a few to convince the
t-kepiical. if uch there be; and we say io
all, test P-.imam's Wiinaer Tem it ihnr
ontil wuh ny and all others, arid if nni
,.,,t,,r -mi i-fclrry return it.
Putmtfi Manufacturing Co.
G-r. ie-i -n I know from practical
-;eri-iC'' tttt ir n well alvtniz-d with
,nf i!l 1 ' ost tize "r mt 01 - partible.
;-,v Pnu rt-r. Wnraer is a near perfect as
pLS-iine. .t il I can cheerfully recommend
11 10 be the bel in use.
JOHN W. WHEELER,
Many years experience in the galvaniz
iii2 business, enable me lo endorse the
above etateinenl in all particulars
JNO C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 Beekman-St.
New York, January, 1864.
We have tested Putnam's Clothes Wring
er by pru'tical working, and know that it
will do. It i cheap, it is simple, it requires
no room whether at work or at rest; a child
can operate it It does in duty thoroughly.
It Mve time and it save wear and tear.
We earnestly advi-e all who have mnch
washing to do, wiih all intelligent persons
who may have any, to buy this Wringer.
It will pay 'or itselt in a year a mo-t.
July 6, 1864 ly.
HIE XEH GliOCEIlY ST0UE
FORMERLY ERASMAS' OLDAND
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
11re Fresh Good.
Just received at Henry Giger's
Mi )L ASSES,
FEED AND rROVISlONS.
Tu'j-itier with a greai variety of notions
,itc numerous ro mention.
- & Bn 1- r Fags Meal and produce gen-
- ' e h.iPge for aOOiti.
- HENRY GIGER.
-. -. 1
' ..ij ri-.iV 10 s,jeeiiiiy
. ,-ive Uji etla(le,
O' ur medicine. Sent
i-- ipi af 10 cenrs. Ad-
- E B. FOOI E, M. D. .
1130 Broadway, New YorK.
Feb. 1, 1865 6rno.
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
the mooeril im nru r uir im i, i -
..... & 1
batr. ., ara earn ntMrnu. . . .
a sttictly cash sstero,
No. 3, Seen Oc ave,
JVeic Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
c 1. nn.i iko nnhiir nenerauv.
ihat he has insl received from ihe pastern
liiriius ouu iiiw 1
Cities, a laree asortmenl of
Fresh from the seal of Fashion, of
-sorts, sixes and quantities, which will
sold cheap for cash or country produce.
HATS & CAPS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Together with a variety of no
lions and ihings too troublesome to numer
ate, to w hich he invites the attention 01 pur
chaer. Cl?" He is also prepared to make us
clothing lo order, on reasonable termp,
and up to the latest fashions.
CSCall at?d examine our slock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsburg, April 27. 18SL
OF FALL AND WIXTER GOODS.
flHE subscriber ha just
tfie cities with another large and
Fall and Winter Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
a 1 ihe lowest figure, and which he is deter
mil ?d to sell on as moderate terms as cai
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi f.irck comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
of Ihe chf. icet-f styles and latest fashions,
loether with a Iarae assortment of
DRY-GOODS. MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
QUEENS W A RE, CEDABWARF..
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS, IRON.
BOOTS Sr SHOES, HATS CAPS,4 c.
Tn hhort, everything usually kept in coun
try Ftores, 10 w hich he inv dee he attention
of the public generally.
The hii-hest piice will be paid for coun
try produce, in exchanea for goods.
V STEPHEN H. MILLER.
. Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 1864.
1 1 E F R K S B 1 .71 E A T S A la O O AT
H. C Christmas,
J" ESPECTFULLY announces to-the citi
zens of Bloomsburg and vicinity that
he has just opened a new Refreshment Sa
loon and Confectionery Store, on Main-st
second door below the "American House,"
where fie intends supplying all who may
eive him their custom with FKESH OYS
TERS. Clam Sonp, Sardines, Boiled Egs,
Ham Tripe Pigs' Feet, Dried Herring, &c.
lie will alo keep on hand a superior ar
ticle ol DRAUGHT ALE, Porter Lagerbeer,
and Sarsaparilla : together with a good as
sortment of Candies, Sweetmeats, Cakes,
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco. In connec
tion with this saloon he has fitted up a La
dies' Department, where all who may de '
sire can call lor Oysters and Refreshment
and will be free from all annoyances an
indecencies that ladies are too often ex
posed o in some of our best restaurants
Don't fail to give him a call.
H. C CHRISTMAN, Proprietor.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 1864.
Administrator's lYoticc r
Estute of Jacob Kindig, fate of Fiihing
cretk. twp-t deceased.
LEETTEltS of administration on the es
tate of Jacob Kindig late of Fishingceek
twp, Columbia county, deceased, iiave
been granted by the Register of Columbia
cuiinty, to John Wenner, residing in town
ship and county . aforesaid. All persons
having claims against the estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them to
the undersigned without delay, and al I rr
suns indebted to male paymect forth wih
JOHN WENNER, ifJm'r.
Eishgcreek, Nov. 9, lfc64 f w i2.
Rational Claim Agency,
HARVY &, COLLINS,
WASMSrGTON, D C.
IN order to facilitate the prompt adjust
ment of Bounty, "arrears of pay. Pension
and other claims due soldiers and other
per-o'is trom the Government of the U. S ,
the underManed has made arrangements
w ith the above firm who.e experience and
;oe proximity to,- and daily intercourse
with, the Department 6 well as the early
knowledge acquired by them of the decis
ions frequently being made, enable them
10 pro-ecute claims more effectually than
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do
All persons entitled to claims oi the above
description can have them properly attend
ed to by calling on me and entrostins ihera
to my care. VV WIRT,
Agent for Harvy & Collins.
Bloorasbuig, Auiusi 10, 1864.
GROVE R 56 BAKER S
crLEBHATKD ELASTIC STITctt
Were awarded the highest Pr'Sfclbrna ot
all Competitors at ihe fallowing State
and County Fait" of 1863.
NEW YORK STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Liniiljf Machinat.. .
Firm Premium for Manufarlnritig Machine
First Pieminm for Mschine Work
INDIANA STATE FAHL
First Premium lor Machine for all purposei
First Premium1 lor Machine Work
VERMONT STAtfc PAIR. -Fir.t
Premium for Farriily JNIachine.'
First Premiom lor Mahulacibxiog MachinaL
First Premium for Machine Wt'rR
OHIO STATE FAIR.
First Premiom roi Machine Work
IOWA STATE FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine t
First Premiom for Manu.actuting Machine
First Premium for Machine Work.
ILLINOIS STATE FAIR. -
First Premium for Machine for all purpose
First Preminm for Machine Work
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
F'rst Premium for Machine for all purposes
Frisl Premium for Machine Work,
MICAIGAN STATE FAIR..
First, Premium for Manufacturing MMhiue
F:rrt Premium for. Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
PENN'A STATE FAIR
First Premium for Manufacturing Machiue
Frist Premium for Machine Wbrft
Oregon state fair.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
CHITTENDEN CO. Vt. AGR'L SOC.
Kiritt Premium lor Family Machine
First Premium for Manufacturing Macl ine
First Premiom for Machine Work
FRANKLIN CO N Y, FAIR.
First Premium lor Family Machine.
Firsi Premium for Manufacturing Machine'
CHAMPLAIN VALLEY Vt. AG'L SOC.
First Premium for Family Machine
First Premium or Manufacturing Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
HAMPDEN CO, Mass AG'L. SOC.
Diploma for Family Machine,
Diplomafor Machine Woijr.
WASHINGTON CO, N V FAIR.
Firsi P:emium for Family Machine
QUEENS CO N Y. FAIR
First Premium for Jan.ily Machine
First Premium for Manufacturing Machine
First Premium for Machine Work
SARATOGA CON Y, FAIR.
First-Premium for Family Machine
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Pa. FAIR.
Firs; Premium for Machine for all purposes
First Premiom for Machine Work
GEREFIKLD O, UNION FAIR.
J First Premium for Family Machine ' ' -
Firi Premium for Machine Work.
CLINTON CO. O, FAIR.
First Premiua- for Family Machine
Firt Preminm for Machine.
MONTGOMERY CO Pa, FAIR.
Fist Premium lor Machine Jor all purposes'
Firi Premium lor Machine Work.
SAN JOAQUIN CO Cat FAIR.
First Premium fcr Family Machine
First Premium for Machine Work: .
SAN JOSE DISTRICT Cal FAIR.
First Premium for Family Machine
Fir-i Premium for Machine Work.
""ES?"The above comprises ail the Fairs
at which the Grover & Baker Machines
were exhibited this year
Salei rooms, 495 Broadway, New York..
, 730 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
Mdrch 23, 1864 lj.
THE Greatest Improvement yet ih the'
Sewing Machine Art. A curiosity wortQ
seeing.- , ,
Please send lot circular with B9---' 6
These - Improved Machines save rjne
hundred per cent of thread and silk; and
make the lock stitch alike ort both side.
They require no instructions to operate
perfectly, except the "printed directions "
No change in sewing from one kind of
goods to andlher.
And no taking apart to cleaa or oil.
Our New. Manufactory is now complete,
with all its machinery and loots entirely
new, and is already rapidly turning out
Machines, which for beauty and perfection
o' finish are not surpassed by any mauufac
mre in the world.
N. B. Should any Machine pto?e unsat
isfactory, it can be returned and rnoney
Agents wanted in counties not canvassed
by our own Asents ... :
FINKLE & LYON S. M. CO.
No. 538 Broadway, New York.
April 20. 1864. lv-
Aotice to Trespassers.
THE following farmers and landowners,
of Orange and Centre townships. Colombia
coontv, do hereby caution all persons"
againsi hunting or in anywise trefpasii-
on their ' lands, thus making themselves
subject to the penalties of the law - which'
will be roost strinaently enforced
1. -, fl L. U . ! I
' 3 T , J .. 'UJ ...V.', v.f.'v.. - - " ,
Samuel Heidlej, Frany Hayinan,
Simon Lawry. Reuben Suler
All of Otange townsaip.
Benj. Stiner, Wm Becfcj
Frederick Beck, Adarr, Hill.
Wm Wiimiie, Geo. Witmire,
Joseph Ruckle, all of Ceniie Iwp.
Orange, Nov. 16, 1864.
r jiHE undersigned having connected hire
- self with established Agencies in Wash
in2too and Philadelphia is prepared to
attend to ihe collection of Back pay,
and all o her equitable claim- against the
Government. His experience atid business
connections enable him to attend to them
with ihe least roscible delay. No charge
made unless the claims are secured. ..
Office with E. H Little, Ec, Court
House Alley, Blconjiber Pa.
Blooroburg, Dt, 14, iSS4.- if.