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STAR OF THE NORTH
"n M O JI SI1UKG, PA.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1965.
r -'t Trie County Commissioners will com
1 thence holdinir their appeals on the 4th of
'Xla and' continue them from" place to
place crVlil bey travel over ltm whole coun
Saj, SeeC advertisement.' '. .
" - Setter -School, We wojalJ direct the at
' lerition of "our patrons to the advertisement
f Misa LrCHVa'who prnpce-io com
' ' jnenc a Select School, in this place, on the
: H8th in at. '...". -,.. ..'
Cold win quoted in our daivy exchangee
last evening ai, 81.49 We do nrtt'espect to
'Vjtejjie.qooiaiiorV get much, if any scarcely,
",.'beldt-f ; on acconut of there being such
a large amoait of paper 'pTOrnue to pay'?
. 'ijf circulation. '' - ' . -
PViCM. are corning down, al bough there
reL-enai' merchants in this place that do
'no) sett goods Vila w as can be purchased
'iiflSliieighborinsj towns. Dry good have
"iakan quite a pitch downward. Good mn
lins ar ottered at .23 cts , and calicoes at
IS Cts. Groceries sem still to stand 'preity
firm -The) most decline ere long.
.0 Monday, orY the reception here of the
iiews ofihe surrender of 'tee army, all
the bells in town were vigorously Tom, and
-some rockets end fire crackers were set off.
We ohderaiand liat oa of tfco more pa.
.triotie got 'lightly slight" on the occasion.
" ItP0T4KT to Claim Aas.nr. It is stated
that the War Department orJers that here,
'mfef hOs claim, presented by any , agent,
whether banker or.auorney, will oe enter
tained By-TIs disouriingofficer, nnle said
gent shall produce eertified copy of hi's
v license. a granted b.y the . Collector, or a
certificate fruin trie assessor of his district,
'that he is not considered liabla to. license
; Col. John G Fhcczk requests as to an
. jounce that, he has just replenished bis
already large and fine assortment of writing
.paper and 'envelope, and will cell a better
article, cheaper than can be purchased etse-
where in this market. We have examined
. h ra ja per,, and find bis legal and Congres
sionai. note, ani fools-cap, a little superior
' to any tha we have seen lately. Hi en-
elopes. are of. a. firai class qohlity. Give
Aim a Ctrl!,:! the Renter's Office.
. - - - - ' : " - n
W ncr Attention of jhose- concerned
lo thef applicants for tavern and store Li-
cenes in another column of (his paper-
'They are mostly old established bonse.
These Licenses will be granted cm Wednes-
;day of Court week.
' Tut Cocrt Hoose lelland all he Chnrcri
fcella, in this placer, were' rnng on Monday
-frit, aOJt Ct houfs,' o"r the naws ol the
, .L aarrnder-of-. Gn. Lee's army! A large,
. .. ; Tfioonf -'boniing-. was ;3isplaied on the
, . -. caion. . la ,the evening .ihe kxchange
bl6Tti tIfibn'"-LegBe - Rooms', -&e. were
t . ., -t.aqflsomery . uluminaied . wn! candles, on
. the o4et walls." The buildings made a
r?-&rrgkt Wp pea ranee-. The streets w ere throng
ed with'; 4oiy boys and girls, all seeming
-' .veryj'jpilant'over liie great vic ories ajiav-
' J " 'ed-by our irmies ' . '
'.-v. ux . ; Cccsionsllt. we bear, com plaint made
'i5af we'-cbare too macb-'for our paper;
tiirthey woold. jflte to take it, but S2 JO in
-adtance, ;bey think a. little, too etep a price.
"1,."-vWe" wll rn.pIy ytate' that we -have made
raa-adrene in bar snbscrip'foii price of 25
";fetcenrj "while he Ink. and .newspaper
-rrrannfaetfffers ' have made anndfinca ,in
, tc.9poq'u$ oioer"lOO percent. We
are paying 515 pr-bnndle for tho same pa
-per that we pnrchased foor yearn'aso a! 87;
and enttt qnhe recently we paid $16. Fr
ink we are paying nearly (Snntle. Ijibor
baa advanced correspondingly high with
other thing. -Rents, too, are heavier opon
-'as. "Yet afer ronsideri og all these thing
'e8m think onr price loo high failJ. discor".
'w'tihn.e Ap advance of 55 per cent..ooght
not to frighted a ctfrnmon sizetf man.
L. AovsaTtalwa Yon' see goods are ' like
;p'h7 ;'rotut go while they are in the
, l'.. ... .fhia and gcxui looking. . or ele a yoke of
dren wouldn't draw"them off afterward
s' ,-T"E advertises most does the most
"---fetinesteaTJse-he don't make ones stock
'' 'Cit ones lifetime. -' fjknow a merchant ol
this district ho has-rmTToned threa difTerent
batches of goods within a year from Enrops,
and now , he's nearly sold out agaij.
ilow does be and his partner get rid of so
many goods.? They advertise more than
. ifl the .rb'sf - put - together that's how! I
- f ,r ''.. ,,' " .
' will prove.it.-If yon want to. borrow mo-
rrv-vj'Ir",y3! -want to lend. money if yoo
r.'yKjen m farrx.tb ret if yoa have one to sell
' - iadVertue.' -If your horse, colt, cow, oxen,
" shetp or piggS "tray, advertise item right
4 ' '. oil, n '"'hot tan the chance i .of losing them
. jHs;er .baying- to . pay as much ak they
" ' re; arth in'char'ge'for keeping. -.' '
- , TV y- are J"a i b oe ma k e r, tailor, black
arnitb; wagoner, or any kind of ufeful me
v" "7 . .banicrshoVThHi -eop'le . jbt ytri are'noi
-iihanied- of'beiog a mehtfhrc' by ad vertis
in?. ' If ybaleep a hotel, fel it be krown.
IVhen people 'see a man advertisinz. thev
, 4qtow that be ia a business man. . Tbe
-rorkiia full of fil'.ks who want. Some want
to" aall, some want to boy 5 and the only
V wry to meet theie.wanta and make money,
iijb;adyrj.?c'AJrttsig;i like money
'T-folIo wd ep. "Merchaata think nothing of
viyLng ortydoirars for one ignr with no
' bet a came on jt. Well. wha do yoo
i of having several hundreds 'or thons
v of ijrv5 a week in a newspaper? In
N tiow your, whola establiihraent to the
' every wesk. . "'. " ". j' .- -
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
By authority .of 'the Secretary of the
Treasury, the undersigned has' aomed
the General Subscription Agencv for ' the
sale of'Unitd States Treasury Notes, bear
ing artven and three tn'hxpr cem . inter
est, per annum, known as the N
SEVEN THIRTY LOAN.
The3e Notas are iosued cnder date of
June 15th, 1865, and are payable thief
rearsrom that time, in currency, . or ar
convenibl at the option of the, holder into
U. S. 5-20 Six per cent.
G o IjD-b E.i i: IS g i; o i s
These bonds are worth a premium which
incr ae :he acmal profii on t hp 7-SO loan
and its extmption from Slatt and municipal
Utxation, wkich adds from on tilhrtt pit cent
moie, according la the fateleied on other
property. The. interest is payable in cur
rency semi annually by coupons attached
to each note, which may be cut off and
sold to any bank or banker.
The infereat amounts lo i
One cent per day on a $50
Twocenta " " 8100
Ten u " " 5H0
20 " ". " " itOOO
l 4. " $5000
Notes of all the denominations named
will be promptly lorniched upon rec l of
vabfcriptions, and the notes forwarded at
once. The interest to 15th Jane next will
be paid in advance. This ts the - "
ONLY LOAN IN. MARKET
no offered by the.Government, and il i
confidently expected that .its superior ad
v.arHsse. wil I make il the
Great Popular Loan ,of tbe People,
Ls than $300.000 000 of the Loan au
thorized by the lat't Tongress are now on
(he market. This amount, at the rate at
which it i being absorbed , will all be sub
scribed for within fout month1, when lt:e
notes will utidoubtally comuin l a . premi
um, as has'nniformly been the case on
closing the subscriptions to other Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and
section of the country may be afforded fa
cilities fo r taking the loan, the National
Banks, State Bai.ks, and Private Bankers
throughout the country have generally
agreed to receive subeenptiona at par
Subscribers will select their own agents,
in whom they have confidence, and who
only are to be responsible tor the delivery
of the notes for which thev receive orders.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Snbcriplion will be rerivd by th
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMS
Aprit '12, 1865 3mo.
S 6 5 O, O O O
WITCHES. CI1AISS, RINGS, &C.
Q. S. HASKINS 8o CO.,
36 Rtthmnn Street, Neio Yark.
off' tf,e lollowi2 1inlnctniiits to
Buyers of Valuable
Having been f cr a long time engaged
the Packet business, and e?lat lished our
reputation for promptness ami -reliability,
and po-sessiiig great facilities for selling
Jewelry in ihi way, we are t-et fideni tSat
Lwe ran give saiUfaution to all who.ferl
disposed to pa"ronZt us.
.$650 000 WORTH OF WATCHES, DIA
rooud I'ios, Chains, lo he old tor One
DolUr each-, without regard to value, and
not to be paid for until )0U know what you
are to receive.
just look at the forxowing list
of articles to be sold for one
' dollak each i
175 Wau-b (handsomely tiaraved and
warranted perfect lime keefrt), varying
in pricef from $20 00 to $120 00 each.
225 Ladies' wivcheg, solid gold hur.tin
C-e-, $65 00 each. ' .
250 Gen.lemeii'e silver watches 15 00
lo 20 00 each. -
6,000 Latest style test and neck chain,
4 5C to 30 00 each
5.000 (Jti's California Diamond Pins,
2 50 10 25 00 each.
4T)C0 California diamond ear drrp, 2 00
to 15 00 each.'
3 000 Miniature and enamelled gent
tcarf (lilts', new styles, 5 0J to 15 00 each.
2,000 Maonic and emblem pin, 3 00 to
2.500 Gold band bracelets, engraved and
pUtn, 3 00 to 20 00 each.
3 000 Jei'and Mobaic brooches, 3 00 to
70 00 each.
2,C00 Cameo bronche, rich patterns, very
taMy, 3 P0 10 60 00 each.
4 500 Florentine and Lava pins, the real
arttel, 4 00 to 10 00 each.
'3 500 Lava and Florentine' ear drops.
3 00 10 10 00 eacb.
3 ''00 Coral far drops, 4 00 to 6 00 eMch
2,000 Ladiee' ChaieUine chains jt und
gold. 15 00 tc 20 00ench.
6 000 Gt'ni'i pi if, a splendid assortment,
2 00 lo 15 00 earn.
4, COO Solitaire sleeve battons,entireIy new
st is, 2 00 to 5 00 each.
3 OC'O Studs and sleeve buttons, in sets,
kverv rich, 3 00 to 15 00 each.
t . 1 . . !
5 uuu steeve nations, putin. enamtneo
ani'enaifaved, 2 00 to 00 ach."
10.000 Plam and handsomely engraved
rif2, 2 50 to 10 00 each
8 tJOO Spring locket,' double ease, ticbly
engraved, 2 00 to 15 00 each.
15,000 Sets ladies' jewelry, new and latent
styles, 6 00 to 12 00 each. '
2.000 Gold pens, and. hand so me silver
cases, 5 00 to 10 00 each.
This entire lift l bt-antifnl and valuable
goods' will be sold for One Dollar -Each
Certificate of all the above articles will be
placed in envelopes, and sealed. Thepe
envelopes are sent by mail, a urlered,
without resarJ to choice. On the receipt
of the Certificate yoo will see what you
are to'have, and then il is at yoo r option to
sen'l-one dollar and take tfe article, or not.
Five Certificates can be ordered for SI;
eleven for $2; thirty-five for $5; sixty-five
for $10; and one "hundred for $15. We
will send a single Certificate on the receipt
of 25 cents. - ' '
' G. S.. HASKINS 3c Co , v
Box 4276. 3S Beekraart Sr., N Y.
'Bloomi.bars, April 5tb, 1865. .
CHAS. Q. BARKLE Y,
Attorney at Liair,
BLOOJISCCIIG, C0LC3IEIA COPA.
WILL practice in the sever.! Cour of
Columbia county. All legal business
intrnMed to hia care aball receive prompt
E. & II. T. AUTUOSY & t0 ,
IQanatttciareM of Pboidfrxphic fflatertals,
-WHOLESALE AND RBTStL.
;.5 01 BROADW AY, N. Y.
In a tdilinn to
tur main business Ot
MATERIALS, we are
Ilea 'qoaners tor ll'e tolltiwi'.u vit
Sterefcopes and SUrofcopic Views
Of ihene we have an immense a-snriment.
including WarSes, American arni For
eign Citie and Landscapes, Groups. Stat
narv, &c, &c. Also, Kevolvir.s Stereo
scopes for public Or private exhibition. Our
Catalogue will be sent to any address on
receipt of Stamp.
Photo jrapliiic Albums.
W were the first it, inlrO'lurit thefe into
the United tati,an.l we manufacture im
rneriKs qiiMOtit;e.- in preat variety, rasinc
in prire from 50 cents 10 $50 each. Our
1L.IJU11S have the reputation of bein
superior in beamy and durability te any
othrH. They will be eti 1 by mail, . ,
n receipt of price
VXJ'Fint Albums Made to order.
Out CauloeuB now embraces over Five
Thousand sutj'-cia (to which additions ar
rnniinually being mai'e) of. Portraits ot
Eminem Americans. & viz about
100 Maj. G-neTala,
rt)0 Brii;. Generals,
275 Colonels, .
100 Lieut. Colonl
250 O her Offire'8.
75 Navy OtScejs,
550 S ate."mens,
130 Oiv n es,
50 Prom'nt Women.
150 Promtaent Foreign Portrait.
3.OO0 Copies of Works of
inelmling reproductions of the most cele
brated Enoravirss Painting!, Statutes,
Catalogues sent nn re-eiptf Stamp.: An
Ordrr for one dozen Pictures from our Cat
alogue will be filled on tbe receipt ol Si. 80
and sent by mail, . Free. .
Pho oaraphers arid others ordering good
COD w ill please rerrit twenty five pe
cent of the amonn'i with their order.
E & H.T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of PhotojnpVic Materials,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
The prices und qnuliiy p onr goods catt'
not fail to siti"fy.
Hec 7, 1864 6mo.
ORIGINAL G KM' INK & RLLIADLC,
FOR THE GROWTH. KEAUTY AND
PREbEliVATION OE THE HAIR.
Price, 75 cts. per bottle.
Thi preparation cair 6how .
living evidences of its excel
Photog-taph and read certifi
cate ol Mrs. Wm. Sutton
hair five leet and orm inch in
length uil Reve' Ambro
sia about twenty ruon hi.
Photogrsh and certifiirate of
.Mrs L M. Neil hair five ft.
length used the Ambroria
Thousands are nting this
preparation and offering wil
Tn ece potOijraphs, taken from life, hav 1
been awarded 10 extend ih knowledge nt
th rnerit of this wonderful discovery.
Hundreds have seen these ladies and heard
the facts from their own Mp.
Mrs. Maxwell's Testimonial.
tev York, Dec 23, 1862.
Knowing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia produced a beautiful bead of hair
for Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was imtuced, thereby, 10 ue
it thoroughly. I needed something for my
hair, it bing short and thin had used oce
halt dozen bottles when I could plainly
notice an increase in its length, 6ltength,
and beauty; An experience of about twy
years has proved a complete success. Mo
hait is now by measurement., four feet ten
inches in length, nearly reaching the floor.
I l ave allowed my photograph to proclaim
the. merits ot Reeves' Ambrosia to the
MRS. WALLACE E MAXWELL.
C"" entenprising Druggists have
these.. Photographs find keep for
solemn EE VE& J Mil ROC Li at 75
Cents per Bottle.
Druiigiis. who may nol have our prepa
ration, will send foMt il applied to. Prin
cipal Depot, 62 Fulton Street, New York.
- Messrs French, R-chard, & Co. of Plul
adelpfiia, General Agents lor Pennsylvania.
Nov. 30, 1864 6 mos. -
An Elegant .ovelly in IFatcfte?.
THE cafes of rhis wa'ch, are an entirely
n?w invention, composed ol fix different
ma at s combined, roiled together ami
planisled, prod ucing an exact imitation
ol 18 carat gold, called Arcana, whirh
will always keep its , color. They are a
beaniilul and durable as solid gold, and
are afforded al one eigh h the cost. The
cae is beautifully deMgned, with Panel
and shield lor name, witn Patent Puh Pin,
and engraved In the exact style of the cele
brated Gold Hunting Levers and are real
ly handnome and desirable, and so exact
an imitation of gold, a- to defy detection.
(The movement is - ma nufact ured by the
well known St. .Jimer Watch, Company ol
Europe, and are superbly finished, having
engraved pallets, lancy carved bridges
adjusting regulator, with gold balanced'
and the improved ruby jf-welled action
with the line dial and frkeleien ha nil-', and
is warranted a good tinre keeper. These
watches are of three different size. tie
smallest being or ladies and are all Hunt
ing Cases. A case of ix, will be - sent by
mail or Express lor SI25.00. A single on
sent in an element Morocco ca-e lor 325.00
wil! readily sell for three times their cot:
We are Ihe sole agents fortius Watch in
the United Stales, and none tire genuine
which do not bear our Tiade Mark.'
DEVAUGH & CO., Importers,
ib Maiden Lane, New York.' '
' Feb 8, 1865 3mo
A CARD TO INVALIDS A CLERGY
man, while residing in South America
as missionary, discovered a sale ai:d sim
ple remedy for ;he cure ol Nervous We.k
ness. Early Decay. diseaes-of the Urinary
and Seminal Organs, and the whole train
of disorders bronght on by banelul and. vi
cious habits. Oreat n urn bers have already
been cured by this noble remedy. Prompt
ed by a desire to benefit the afflicted and
enfonunate I will send the recipe tor pre
paring and osing this medicine, to any one
who needs it, in a sealed envelope free ot
Grand Jurors for May Tern, 1865.
Bloom H. C. Hower, Jeremiah Fahringer
Ben'on 1ac K. Krickbanm, Geo. Keeler.
Centre Andrew FreaB. Jarob Heller;
Fihingcrf ek Wm Siucker Hi'am Hess.
Greenwrod Geo Gir'on Wm. Robbing.
Jackson Joshua Savage.
Locupt John Morri, Wm Erwin.
Madison Wm Graham.
Maine David S Brown. .
Orauge Wesley Bowman, Sam'l Everett.
Montour Jeremiah Harmon.
Mi Peasant Eliaa Howell.
Pine John Lockart.J
Scott Jacob B Workheiser.
ugarloal Samuel Hess, David Lewis.
Traverse Jurors May Term, 1865.
Renton Samnel York. Elia Shul'z.
Beaver M'-sea Schlicher, Isaac Klinger-
man, James Large.
Rlnom Jeese Shanni-n. Thos J Morri.
Briarcreek Jonathan W Eck, Jeremiah
Jacobv. John Kiner. .
Catawisa Gn Hughes, Joeph Claywell,
Wm John Daniel Kreigh.
Fishingrreek Moses McHsnry, EmanJus
Franklin John Hower.
Greenwood A S Kitchen, Clinton Ro bbins
lacbson Joseph Yo.-ks. .
T.ociiM-. P-ier Miliar, D S Hftlwig.
MaMsori lacot Flick Wesley Demott.
1 ine Henrv Bowman, Chas Fi-ber.
Mifflin-rh' Klingerman, Jno HufTnaughle,
H B Freas.
Montour Jiseph Mooser. -Mi
Pleasant Amos Wan ick.
Orange Jonathan Poust
Pin Albert Hnmer. ElijiS Shoemaker.
Roarinucreek Charles Mensch.
Snaarloaf Chri-tian L Moore.
March 29. J8C5.
List of Causes for May Term,
1 Eljnh MoMnnrie Endorsee of Aaron
Wolf vs Christian Wolf.
Jacob Hams vs peter JacoSy.
Rnssel PStU"ker vs Wm. Ikeler
David Achonbach vs Jon Wardin.
Samnel Williams v Charles H.' Diet
erich and Geo. A. Herring.
Hugh McReynrlds et al vs Peter Oli
pham.' A W Creamer vs Enoch Howell
A W Creamer vs E"o- Howell
9 Johr Beisel et al v S F Hea.llv
lOGeo W. Garri-'on vs Ca-per I Thu mas
11 Richard Morgan vs Samuel Hoauland.
12 John Ruckle vs Henry T Riley et al
13 Henry Gilmer v Moore deviling.
14 Jorm Keifit-r adm'r ot Joseph .Gcarharl
il-c?ased ys Mnies M.'ier
Georg Carr, endorsee of Ja mes Carr
vs Sylvester J Faux & 1" ho tit a -i Crev
eling jr. .
Jna Berningerjr vs Emanuel Ashion,
Aiiisustns C Rabb vs James Eyer and
James Carr vs Henry T Reily and David
16 John Ruckle vs Henry T Reily et.al.
Africa tnral fheratcal Co.'s
THE Fertilizers prepared by the Agri
coltur.1 1 Chemtc Co., (a Company char
tered by the Legislature of Pentisy Ivania
with a capital ot 3250,000.) have been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, for the Farmer, Gar
I'ener and Fruit, grower, of all coricenlaned
Manures now offered in any maiket. The
Company 's list embraces the following
This Feriiiizer is composed of night
oil and the lerujiz'utg genis of urine,
conibined hemic, Ij and mechanicail
with oiher valuable lerttlizing agents and
fi is reduced to a pulverulent condition ;
ready for immediate u.-e, and without lone
of its highly nitrogenous fertilizing proper
It universal applicability to all crops
and soils, and in durabrlny jnd active
qualities are well known to be ail that g-
rtin!turist can cesire.
Price 30' per Ton.
The Fertilizer" is largely composed of
animal matter, such as meat, bone, fi-h.
leather and wool, together with chemicals
ar.d inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
ihe mass, and retain tLe nitrogenous ele
It is v very valuable fertilizer for field
crop generally, and especial! lor potatoes
and garden purposes.
l.s excellent qualities, strength and cheap
ness, h-ave made it very popular with all
who have u-ed it.
Price, S40 per Ton.
Ibis highly phofhate fertilizer is par
tic 11 tarty adapted fir the c nltivation of trees
Iruits, Uwns anj flower. It will promote a
very vigorous and healthy growth ol v cod
frmt, and largely increase the quantity and
Cerleci the maturity of the Iruit. For hoi
ose and household plants and flowers, it
will be found an inuispetiMble article to se
cure their greatest perleriion It will pre
vent and cure dioeased condition ol the
peach and grape, and is excellent lor gras.
It is compoed of snch elements as make
it ada pteit k the growth of all kinds ot
crops in all kinds of soil.
The totmnla or method of combining il
constituent .fertilizing ingredients ha re
ceived the higheM approval of eminent
chemtr-ts and scientific agriculturists.
Price, 50 per Ton.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Cheiffical Company
manio'acinre a Pnophate ol Lime in accor
dance with a new and valuable lormu'.a by
which a very superior article is produced,
as to be afforded al a le- price than other
manufacturer charge. Practical tests have
proved that it value, ' as a lertilizer, is
rqsjal to the be6i Phosphate ef Lime in J l he
Price, ?65 per Ton. .
TERMS CASH. All Orders of a Ton or
more, will be delivered al the Railroad
Siaiion and the Wharves of Shipment, tree
ol cartage. Cartage w ill be charged on all
order ol 6 barrels or less
One dnt.'ar per Torf allowance for cartage
will be made on all sales delivered at the
Works of the Company on Canal Wharf.
Agricultural Chemical Company's Works,
Al Canal H'karf, on the Delaware.
Office, 413f Arch St. Philadelphia, Pa.
. R. B. F1TTS, General Agent.
. The Company 's Pamp ilet Circular, em
bracing full directions fo u-ing the above
Fertilizers, sent by mail, free, when re
quesled. Marcnv 8, 1865 6mo. . "
OLD THINGS MADE NEW-
X PAMPHLET direcjin bow to speedily
restore sight and give tip spectacles,
wi hont aid ol doctor or .medicine. Sent
GPCVESTEN 56 CO.
riAINO rORTC iflAIMIFACTUKERS,
THE attention of the public and the trade is invited to our New Scale 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano-Fones, which for volume and purity of tone are unrivalled bv any brhei.o
offered in this market. They contain all the modern improvements. French, Gran.
Action, Harp Pedal. Iron Frame, Over-Strong Bac ard each insjrnment betne mae
under the personal supervision ol Mr J. H GROVESTEEN, who has had a rra tK-al e
rerier.ee of over 30 years in tbeir rranulactnre, is folly wrrented" m every partctilar.
The Grovetteen Piano-Frte Iteceived the Highest award of Merit over all others
at the Celebrated World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments fmm the best makers of London, Pans Germany,
Philapelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and alo at .he American Institute lor
five successive years. ,h eold and silver medals from both ofwhich can be seen . .
ware roon. By the introduction of improvements we make a s.,11 more pe lect . Piano
Forte, and by manufacturing largely, with a strictly cash system, are enabled to efler
thee instrument at prices wr.fch.will preclude all competition.
PRICES: No. 1; Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood plain
Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding S300. No. 3, Seven Ocave,
round cornr. Rosewood Lo,,i- XIV stile ?325. a tac simile of t . abovj- cut.
T EK1 l.-IVET CVSU, IN GVISISI3IVT FiHUS.
. DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SE.NT FREE. j&
July 13, 1864 ly. ' . 9 '
PC1WAM CLOTHES WRIGKR.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
S.LF-A DJUST1SG WRINGER.
A'o Wood Work to stotll or split Xo
Thumb sciews to get out of order
Warranted with or without cog-wheels
IT look the first premium at fitty-seven
State and County Fairs in 1863, and i
without any exception, the" best Wringer
ever made. Patented in the United States,
En-land, Can-da, and Australia Ageots
wanted in every town, ant in all pans ol
the world. Energetic Agent can make
from three to ten Dollars per day.
Sample Wringers sent Express paid on
receipt of price.
Nn. 2.S6 50. No. 1,87 50. No. F, S 50.
No. A. 9 50. Manufactured am sold,
wholesale and retail: by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO ,
No 13 Plan Siet, N- Y. & Cleveland, O.
A H. FRANCISCUS, Agent,
What Everybody Knows, viz'.
That iron well alvsinized will not rust.
Tha' a simple machine i be'ter than, a
complicated one. That a Wringer -honld
be sell adjusting, durable, and efficient.
That Thumb screws and Fastenrngs cause
d-lay and (rouble to regulate and keep in
order. That wood soaked in not wairr
vv . 1 1 swell, shrink ami split. 1 tiat woou
bearing. fot Ihe shall to run in will wear
out. That the Putnam Wringer, with or
without con wheels. wi!! not ler the clothes.
That cog wheel regnla'o'rs ure not essen
tial. That ihe Putnam Wringer has all the
advantages, and not one of the dis?dvan
iaes above named. That all who have
tested it, pronounce it the b-st Wringer
ever mae. Thai it will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might fill tha paper with testimoni
als, but irif-ert only a few to convince the
skeptical, if such there be; and we say to
all, test Putnam's Wtinger. Test it thor
oughly wiih any and all others, and if not
entirely satifac:ory. return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Gentlemen I know frnm practical
experience that iron well galvanized with
zinc will not oxidize or rust one particle.
The Putnam Wringer is as near perfect a
pcssible, ar.d 1 can cheerfully recommend
it to be the bet in nse.
JOHN W. W HEELER,
Many yars experience in the galvaniz
ing business, enable me to er.dorse the
above statement in all particular
JNO C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 Beeicman St.
New York, January, 1864.
" We have tested Putnam s Clothes ring
er by practical working, and know that it
will do. It i cheap, it is simple, it requires
no room whether at work or al rest; a child
can operate it It does its duty thoroughly.
It saves time and it saves wear and tear.
Wp earneidy advice all who have much
washing to do, with all intelligent per-ons
who may have any, to buy this Wringer.'
It will pay tor itself m a year a. mo-t.
July 6, 1864, ly.
SHAMES ROBINSON, &
Clock and Match iakcr,
AND IMPORTtR VT -r
Wntches, Jewelry A- French Ime -Pieces
Also THuM'FACTCaFR OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
GOLD, SILVER If STEEL SPECTACLES,
No. 1031 Market Street, below Llevnth,
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry neatly re
paired at the shoret notice.
Galding and Plating, of all descriptions,
done neatly lo order.
13T N. B. Masonic. Odd Fellow's and
orher emblematic Marks, made and En
graved to order.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
SKSfSIC? A'L ' 305232,
FliMi OTU i Aiaf S11T
FRENCH, ENGLISH $ AMERh
C.N CLOf K,
TABLE AM) P01KLT CUTLERY,
rrrjrrvrta33 For safe
AND MADE lu ORDER. .
No. 1031 Market S-reetj 3d door below
Eleventh, North side.
March 26. 1S65.
JYcw Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
rriHE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally,
ihat he ha just received Irom ihe Eastern
Cities, a lare assortment of
Fresh from the seat of Fashion, of al!
sorts, sizes and quantities, which will be
sold cheap for cash or country produce.
HATS A: CAPS
W BOOTS AND SHOES.
fejj, Together with a variety of no
tions and thing too troublesome to numer
ate, to which he invite tbe attention of pur
chaers." Sgy" He is also vrevared to make us
clothing lo order, on reasonable termp,
and up to the latest fashions.
CP" Call aad examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bliomsbnrg, April 27, 1864.
OF TALL AND .WINTER GOODS.
r"MfE subscriber has just returned from
- the cities with another large and eleci
; , Fall and Winter Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
al ihe lowest figure," and which he is deter
mined to sell on as moderate terms as can
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
.of the chciceri styles and latest fashions,
together with a large assnrimen' of
DllY-GOODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
AND VES TINGS.
QUEENS WAKE, CEDARWARR.
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON.
BOOTS 4- SHOES, HATS OAPS,c.
In short, every thing usually kept in coun
try stores', to w hich he inv des he attention
of the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for conn
try produce, in exchange for goods-
STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Oct 12, 1864.
11 KP 11 KhnFsXT SALOON
H. C. Christmas,
r ESPECTFL'LLY announce? to the citi--'zens
61 Bloomsbr.rg ami vicinity thai
he has jnst opened a new Refreshment Sa
loon and Confectionery Store, on Maiu-st,
second door below ihe "American House,7'
where he intends supplying all who may
eiv him their custom with FKESH OYS
TEIIS. Clam Soup, Sardines, Boiled Eggs,
Ham. Tripe Pigs' Feetf Dried Heiring, &e,
He will also kee; on hand a superior ar
ticle of DRAUGHT ALE, Porter Laerbeer,
and Sar-aparilla : together with a good as
sortment of Candies, Sweetmeats, Cakes,
Cigar and Chewing Tobacco. In connec
tiori with this saloon he ha fined up a La
dies' Department, where all who may de
sire can call lor Oylers and Refreshment
and will be. free trom all annoyances an
indecencies that ladies are loo often ex
posed o in some of onr best redaQrants.
Don't fail to give him a call.
H.C CHIIISTMAN. Proprietor.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 164.
YY'HEIiEAS t,,e Honorable William El
well, Pie-ident Judge of the Court of
Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, Court of Quarter Sessions ol the Peace'
and Court of Common Pleas and Orphans,
Court, in the 26th Judicial District, compos
ed of the counties ol Columbia, Sullivan and
Wyoming, and ihe Hons. Stephen B.tlcly and
John McReynolds, Associate Judges, ot Co
lumbia co., have issued their precept, bear
ir g date one thousand eight hundred and
sixty fivfl, and, to me directed fcr holding a
Court of Oy er and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms
burg, in the county ol Columbia, on the first
Monday, bein- the 1st day of May next
and io continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables ol the
said Coultty of Columbia, that they be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in the forenoon of said day, with their
records, inquisition and other remembran
resjo do those tnings which to their offices
appertain to be done. And those that are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute against
the prisoners that are ot may be in the Jail
of said county ol Columbia, to be then and
there to prosecufe then as shall be just. Ju
rors are requested to be. punctual rn nheir
attendance, agreeably to trieir notice, dated
at Bloomsburg, the 25 h day ol March.rn tbe
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-fifth and in the eighty,ninth year
of the Independence of tn fjiifed gtatei'nf
THE Greatest Improvement yet in tl
Sewing Machine Ait.s A cariosity wort
Please send for circular with armpfe
sewing. . .
Ihese improved Machines save o
hundred per cent of thread and silk, ar
make the lock stitch alike on both aides.
They require no instructions-to operar
perfectly, except the "printed direction.
No change in sewing from tw kind c
goods to another. -
And no taking apart to clean o oil
Our New Manufactory is now completi
with all its machinery and tools entire I
new, and i already rapidly turning ot
Machines, which for beanty and pevfectic
o.' finish are not surpassed by any maanfai
tore in the world. ...
N. B. Should any Machine prove oosa
isfaclory, it can be returned and rnone
refunded. ' I
Agents wanted io counties not canvasses
by oar own Agents. .
FINKLE& LYONS. M. CO.
No. 538 Broadway, Now York.
April 20, 18l. ly.
Rational Claim Agency,
HARVY o COLLINS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
IN order to facilitate the prompt adjuH
ment of Bounty, arrears ol pay, Pni(
and other Claims dun soldiers and nth
persons trom the Government ef the U.
the undersigned has made arrangsmen
with the-aEove firm whose experience ar
close proximity to," and daily iniercopr:
with, the Department, as welt as the ear
knowledge acquired by them of the decil
ions frequently being made, enable the
to prosecute claims more effectually tha.
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do. -I
Ail persons entitled lo claims o! tha abov
description can have them properly attend
ed to by calling on ma and entrusting tbe
o my care. W. WIRT.
Agent for Harvr & Collins.
Bloomsburg, Au4Bnt IO, 1864. .
OENNSYLVANIA & ERIE RAIL R0A
This & re at line traverses the Norther'
and NorUiwest counties of Pennsylvania t
the city ot rre, on bake Krte.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvan
Rail Road Company, aad ia operated ' b
them. : r
lis enure jengtn was openei tor passes
ger and freight business, Oct. I7in, 186.
Time of Passenger trains at Narih'd.
Mail Train 10 15
Elmira Express Train, il 27
L. Haven, Ac'modation, 14 27
Mail Train, 4 26
'Eimira Expres Train, . I IS
Lock Haven Ac'modation 4 S4
Passenger cars run through on Mail trai
without change bodi ways between Phili
delohia Erie, and Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Mail Tai
bmh wars between Philadelphia and Loc
Haven, and on Elmira Epxrees Train bot
ways between YYilliamsport and Baltimore!
For information respecting Passengef
business appiy at cor. 30th and Market S;s
Philadelphia. And for Freight basiness of
ihe Corr pany s Agent.
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and M
ket Street. Philadelphia. '
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. M Drill, Ag't. N. C. R. R.. Baltimor
H H. HOUSTON.
General Freigbt A gt. Phtl'a. "
H. W.G WINNER,
General Ticket Agt. PhiPa.
JOS T. POTTS,
, General Manager, Williamsport
Feb. 22, 1865. . . - .
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causes and treatment of diseases; the marl
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ed before, read the revised and enlarged
edition of "Medical Cemmon Sense," a
curious book for curious people, and' a
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Illustrations. Price SI. 50. Cor.teriVS labl
sent free to any address. Books m ay b
had at the book stores, or will be sent b
mail. pot paid on receipt o' tie price.
Address Dr. E. B. FOOTE, M. D
1130 Broadway, New York.
Feb. 1, 1865 6mo.
EDITOR OF THE STAR:
J DEAR SIR:
With your permission I wish to say to th
readers of out paper that I will send, by rel
turn mail, to all who wish it (free) a Recipe i
with full directions for making and osto
a simple Vegeable Balm that will effect u-l
ally rerrove. in ten days, Pimplesi
Blotches. Tan, Freckles, and. all lmpuri-3
ties of the Skin, leaving the same soltl
clear, smooth and Beautiful. '
I will also mail free to those having?
Bald Heads, or Bare fces, simple direct
tmns and information that will enable thenz
in start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair
Whiskers, or Mou:acta, in less than ihir
All applications answered by return
mail without charge.
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
641 Broadway, New York
March 1, 1865 3 mos.
THC M:tr GROCERY STORE 3
FORMERLY ERASMAS' OLD STAND
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
.Tlorc Fresh Goods.
Just received at Henry Giger$ Neu
FEED AND PROVISIONS. r .