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STAB OF THE NORTH)
TIIISGS JBCtT TOWN &.C( CSTRY.
BLOOMS KIT KG, FA.
WEDNESDAY. MAY 3. 165.
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As vrc go to press Court is still in session,
with Hoc. William EI well and hin Associ
ate, Baldy and Mc Reynolds, on tbe bench.
There are but few Jury trials, and 'out little
business of a criminal nature: ;
Scbahton Ricta-TK. E. S. 11 Hill ha
- enlarged' his paper. It is tbe largest paper
published in Lozerne county. The title is
changed from Lackawanna Register to
5crantn Register There are few papers in
the Sine that are better or more ably con
" ducted than the Register. Sqccesa to Air.
Hill, both politically as wall a pecuniari-
, ;- .
Th Seward, family are improving.; The
Secretary if to at to be able to lak s hi dai
,4y ridea i , his carriage. Fred Seward is
not - improving . so rapidly.--At present bo
foars re entertained for Li recovery.
' ' CrBAT RlDCCTIOJJ CT PhICKS AT LlfiHT
SrRtKT. The latest despatches iolorm us
thai Han. Peter Ent has replenished his al
ready large t'eck of Spring and Summer
Good. He is prepared to sell goods at
greatly reduced priced ; making it aa ob
fject "to all who desire anything in the met
cau'.ile line, to call and make their purchas
es ol him : in' Light Street. See advertise
to em in another column.
E. & 11. T. Asthont & Co, Manufactur
ers of Photographic Materials, &c, N. York
City, wi t fill our order and forward gcod
as per agreement I .
'PaTtRtOh'a Philadelphia Counterfeit De
lector and Bank Note List is oat tnr May,
giving an accurate description of all spuri
out aahk fifties, and a. correct quotation of
all moneys, i:i the United Stae,anJ part ftl
Canada.' Send and gel it, for it is as indis
pensable to tbe business man aa brad -and
t utter is m a mau7 existence. Monthly,
per annim,Sl.50. Peblished at 306 Chet
W LriRs that all the Laws paed at the
late seion of the Legislature, have been
, printed in pamphlet form, and are now
ready for distribution. They will soon be
l received for this county.
Still WTitu. We are still in want of
one copy ol our paper to complete volume
fourteen, aa lollow : No. 25 of Vol. 14
bearing date, June 25, 1862. Those of oar
patrons who bave favored us with missing
Nos. will please accept our thanks, (and
especially, Miss Kat Zarr, of Franklin.)
until they are belter paid.
" Rkwaru. The Burges and Town Coun
cil very properly offers a reward of five
hundred dollars, lor the detection of the
scoundrel or scoundrel who are pro-vlin
about'and setting fire to buildings in (his
' thni They should be ferreted out and
scorched enough to give them a wholesome
dread ol fir e. -Montour Americin
Ffcit Bill. We have a very neatly pr! Li
ed Fie Bill, for Justices ot the Peace and
Constables of lM county, fur tale cheap at
Asothk Soleikk. Gonb We are again
called open to chronicle the death of an
oihsr Columbia county soldier, Samuel
Pamks, of Sngarlcaf. who died near .Peters
burg not long since, from the e flee is of a
wound received, while bravely battling for
his country in the Union army ia front of
(he rebel wsrks a: Petersburg or therea
bouts. Sir. Pares enlis'ed in the army,
ntatiy a year ago if. memory serves cs
. right, to escape the terrible draft which was
l that time pending. He served in ffre
nine months service, in the tame Regiment
with He, and was a brave and obedient sol
dier, never flagging or shirking responsibil
ities. The deceased was a man in moderaie
rircaoastaaces, and leaves a family and
Lost ol friends to tsoorn his death. Peace
40 h': ashes.
May f Ana f r trs a r K i nNnt.4
already this season. It has not been cos
tomarv to plant before tbe l5tb of this
month, bat the farmers contend that the
-. grooad was in good order warm, dry and
mellow consequently the seed might as
well be put in. Our experience has been
rflai those who planted earliest generally
had the best corn. .The com crop is tbe
cost important of all the summer crops
raised, and too reach attention cannot be
paid to its cultivation.
Thc Co art of Quarter Sessions disposed
of applications for license to ell liquor and
keep hotels, on Wednesday (to-day.) Un
less the licenses granted are taken out with
in nttetn aays tney win oe nneite t and
(be Clerks will not issue thetn. Attention
to this mayve trouble.
.DtATH of a So ldikm. The body of oar
townsman, Michael Rejvkidclpmkb, was
broagbt home on Saturday, and interred at
(his place en Sabbath last. . He die J of
sever at Roanoke Island. North Carolina,
where be waa serving in the capacity?f a
private soldier. He left this plare io M.irch
last, to avoid the draft which was hanging
ovemirn. So far a we can speak, he was
aa industrious, quiet, good citizen. A wife
and several childrea are left to meorn bis
to sodden and unexpected demise. Aged
about thirty-five or forty.
U.xS. 7 33's This loan is being taken
op very fast, lhose desiring a good invests
"rosnt placed beyond the accidjsatu a nd Hoc
luaiiotjs incident to the commercial world,
will do wall ts send in their orders early.
TLie return of peace and the : restoration
cf the coontry, under the constitution, ;ren
4arsthis loan very desirable, see the ad
f fiti!jr!t in anothtr column Er.
THE undersigned having been restored
to health in a few weeks, by a very sim
ple remedy, alter having suffered 3everal
years, 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 all who desire it, he will send a copy
of Ihe presctiption used free of charge-
with the direc ions for preparing and using
the same, whi:h they will find n sure cure
for Consumption, Asthma, . Bronchitis,
Colds,' &c. The only object of the adver
tiser in tending tae Prescription is to bene
fit the afHicterJ, and spread information
which he conceives to be invaluable ; and
he hope eveiy sufferer will iry his remedy
as it will cost them nothing, and prove
blessing. , . .
Parties wishing the prescription will
p lease address,
REV EDWARD A. VVJLSOV. .
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York
Feoruarv 15 I&65 3nm
ON MAIN STREET,v BLOOilSBUIiG. ;
More I-'i'eli Goods.
Just received af Henry Giser's Ntw
Store: Alt ,ASSES, sUG U'.
TEAS, COFFEE, KICE.SPlcEs,
FISH SALT, RAlSlN
TOHAOCO. SEO ARS,
CANDIES, NOTlNNs, Toys,
FEED AXD PPtOYISIOXS,
Together with a great variety of notions
SiC , too rinme'nus to mention
BUTTE It, EGGS, MEAT,
and Produce generally, taken in exchange
for goods. -Tha best market pricewill.be
allowed. Give him a call.
. HENRY GIGER.
- Blmshnrg, April 26, 1865
II. 13. 8TOUNISK,
BAKER AXD C03FECTI0XER
nAS always on hand and lor sale Fresh
B R E A D, C A K ES, an d PI ES ;
French aud Domestic Confecii
in great and splendid variety ; Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually "found ia a first
class confectionery atore.
He woo id call especial attention to his
newly received stock of
PICKLED FRUITS, ASD JELLIES.
Having recently fitted up a new and
Ice Cream Saloon,
on the rirst floor, two doors wet of Eyer
& Moysr's Drug stora, he is prepared :o
wait upon his many cn-tomers with FIRST
CLASS ICE-CREAM as cheap as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parties,
arid Picnics with I?e Cream, Confectionery,
&c. at reasonable r.ite.
Bloomsbug, April ?6, 1865.
To Nerveous Siffirers.
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous
Debility, IncofTjiete:u'y Premature Dt-cay,
and Youthful Error, actuated by a desire
io benefit others, will be happy to furnis
to all who need it, (free of charse,) the
recipe and direction, for making the sim
ple remedy used in his case. SnfTerers
wishing to profit by the adver'iisers bail ex
perience, ai l posse a sure and valuable
remedy, can !o sfl by addressing htm at
once at his piace of business. The Recipe
and full information of vital importance
will be cheerfully sent by return of mad.
Address , -JOHN B. OGDEN.
. ,No. 60 Na;m Stret, New York.
P. S Nervous Sufferers of both eese9
will find this information invaluable.
April 12, 1865 3aio.
0BIG1XAL, GLNUIXE & RfcLMDLE,
FOR THE GROWTH. HEAUTY "AND
PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR.
Price, 75 cts.pcr bvtllc.
Thi preparation rati show
living evidences of it excel
Photogph and reail certifi
cate ot Mrs u rn fttifon
l)!ir five leu and one inch id
lenuih- usrd Rtevp-' Ambfo
6ta about twer.tv nion lis.
Photograph anl ceriifif'e of
Mrs. L M. Neil hair five ft.
length utsed the Arr.bro.-ia'
1 tmnsanil are nstng this
preparation and oJering wil
These potorap'is, taken from life, have,
been awarded to extend the knowledge of
the merits of this wonderful discovery.
Hundreds have sem trjese ladies and heard
the facts from their own lips.
Mrs. 3IaxwH'i Testimonial.
Kev York, Dee 23. 1862.
Knowing positively thai Reeves' Am
brosia ptoduced a beautiful head of hair
for Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was induced, thereby, to o
it thoroughly. 1 needed something for my
hair, it being short nod thin had used one
half dozen bottle when I could plainly
notice an increase m its lenih, sttength,
and beauty. An etperience of about i
years has proved a complete success. Alo
hair is now by ine;suremeit, four feet ten
inches in leng'h, nearly reaching the floor.
I tave allowed my phot02raph to proclaim
the merits of Reeves' Ambrosia to the
MRS. WALLACE E MAXWELL
C!i enlenprUing Druggists have
these Photographs and ktep for
sale, REE FES' AMBROCI.i at 75
Cents per Bottle.
Druggists who may not have our prepa
ration, will send for it il applied to Prin
cipal Depot, 62 Fulton Street, New. York.
Messrs French, R'chards, & Co. of Phil
adelphia, General Agents lor Pennsylvania.
Nov. 30. 1864. (. mos.
The Bridal (Chamber.
A note of warning and advice to those
suffering with Seminal Weakness, General
Debility, or Premature Decay, from what
ever cause produced. Read, ponder, and
reflect! Be wie in time.
Sent FREE io any addYess, for the bene
fit of the afflicted. Sent by return mail.
JAMES S. BUTLER, '
423 Broadway, New Yoik.
A r,,f C tt T y, , , ,
)U. 8. 7-30 LOAN.
By authority of the Secretary of the
Treasury, the undersigned has assumed
the General Subscription Agency for the
sale of United States Treasury Nttes, bear
ing seven and three tenths per cent, inter
est, per annum, known as the
SEVEN THIRTY LOAN.
These Notes are issued nnder date of
June 15th, 1865, and are payable three
years from that time, in currency, or are
convertible at the option of the holder into
U. S. 5-2 O Six pejp "cent.
Vl'I e: OA SIS
These bonds are worth a premium which
iucra ses :he actual profii in the 7-30 loan,
and its exempt ion from State and municipal
luxation which adds from one tothree per cent
moie. according to the rule levied on other
.iOeny The interest is payable in cur
rency semi annually by coupons Htmchtvl
to xch note, which may be cut off and
sold to any bank or banker
The interest amounts io :
One cent per iay on a $50
Ten ' '
Notes rd all
44 " $100
" " ft iooo
del oinii ai,(.iiH nnnietl
will be rrotnptly lurni-ht!.! i on refej.i if
su b-cri pi ion-, and be no es foiwaried ii
oi.ee. The ii lere-t to 15:h Ju'e nexl will
ce p-iid in Hvlvani e. This is ihe
ONLY LOAN IN riARKET
no - offered by tne Govern men. arul it i
confidently expected t'lat its superior ad-Vrfiila-js
uiil riti-.ke it thrf
Great Popular Loan of tlie Fcoplc,
Le-s than $300 000 0C0 of the L-an Au
thorized by the la -l Congress are now on
th market. This amount, at the rate ai
which it is being absorbed, will all be sub
scribed for within font minth, when the
notes will undoubtedly command a premi
um, as has uniformly been the case oi
closing the subscriptions to other Loans.
In order that citizens r.f every town and
section of the country may be afforded fa
cilities fo r taking the loan, the National
Banks, Stale Banks, and Private Bankets
throughout the country have generally
agreed to receive subscriptions at par.
Subscribers will select their own agents,
in whom tbey have confidence, and who
only are to be responsible lor the delivery
of the notes for which the v receive orders
Subscription Aent, Philadelphia.
Subscription will be receive.! by the
FIRST NATIONAL B ANK OF BLOOMS
April 12, 1865 3mo.
One of the oldest and most reliable rem
edies in the world for Coughs, Colds
Whooping Couh, Bionchitis.D.f- '
fi. olty of Breathins, Asthma,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, '
Cronp.and every A fleet ion of the THROAT
LUNGS and CHEST, including even"
WISTAR'S BAIAM OF WILD CHERRY
So general has tbe use. of this remedy
become, and so popular is il everywhere
that'il is Unnecessary to recount its viriues
lis works ipeak for it. and find utterance
in the abundant and voluntary tes imony of
the many who from long suffering and set
lied disease have by its u bee;? restored
to pristine vigor and health. We can pre
sent a mass of evidence in proof ol our
CANNOT BE DISCREDITED.
Testimony of Mr. JAMES GRIMES,
a gentleman highly esteemed in Columbia
Co. Pa, and one whose statement can be
Mt.. Pleasant, Col. co., Pa , May 21.1860
Me-srs Seth W Fo ler & Co.. Bo-ton
Gentlemen About ihtee years ao our
dam-hter, now lvelve yenrs ot Hewas
severely Hfliicted with croup. A general
irritation ol; ihe I u riffs followed, i.M'uciii"
a nectic conffh, whu-h became almost con-
I .. -It:-. f . t
siain. swelling 01 ine temples and other
indica'ioris of Consumption wer? aiso ap.
parent at d hr hie was (e-prfir-d of bv
l er physir-iao. Ar this critical morrerii we
were induced to yive Dr. Wi-nr lJ.tUi,rii
ol WiM Cherry n trial, and afier Im.t
aken one bottle we lound her -n ir, ucii re j
lieved ll.it it was itiGiiirftl iinriei e-;iry to t
ontinne n use. ftuicmlijit t;rne w fiave j
otl tb Balaam ir; our family io -a-es of J
Courtis and Cold-, too brieve it lo be a I
superior remedy foi all diseases ot ihe '
Yours with respect JAMES GRIMES.
FROM JKE SMITH E-q.,
President of the Alorris Cou.ity Bai.k,Mor
risiowiij N. J.
'Havini: used Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry for about fiJieen yrar, and
having real-zed its beneficial results io rry
family , it affords me great pleasere in re
commending it to the public as a valua
ble remedy in case of weak lungs, colds,
couah, &:., and a remedy which I consid
er to be emirely innocent, and may be ta
ken wiih perfect sa fety by ihe most deli
cate in fielih."
FROA1 HON. JOHN E. SMITH,
A disstinguiehed Lawyer in Westmir-stet.
1 hae on several occasions ued Dr.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry for severe
colds, and always with decn'eii benefit. I
know ol no preparation (hat i more effi
cacious or more deserving of seneral ue.
The Bal-am has also been used with ex
ceilent effect by J. B Elliott, Merchant,
HallV Cross Roads, M l.
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
None genuine unless signed'! BUTTS, "
nn the wrapper.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, N.T.
S. W. FOWLE & Co., Propretors, Boston.
And by all Druggists.
UKDDIXG'S UCSSIA SALTE
Heals Old Sores:
Bedding's Russia Salve Cures Euros,
Redding's Russia Salve Cures Wounds,
Redding's Russia Salve Cures Boils, Ul
Redding's Russia Salve Cures Salt
Rheum, Piles, Erysipelas.
Redding's hussia Salve Cares Ring
worm, Corns, fcc, &c.
No family should be without it.
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX.
For sale by
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway ;N.Y.
S. W. EOWLE & Co. No. 18 Treroooi St.,
Boston, aud by all Druggists and Country
Agricn tnral Cbemical Co.'s
THE Fertilizers prepared by the Agri
culture 1 Chemical Co., (a Company char
tered by the Legislature of Pennsylvania
with a capital of 8250,000.) have been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, lor the Farmer, Gar
dener and Fruit grower, of all concentarted
manures now offered in any market. The
Corcpanj 's list embraces the following
This Fertilizer is composed ol night
soil and ihe fertilizing ogents of urine,
combined chemically and mechanically
with other valuable Tertdizing agents and
It is reduced to a pulverulent condition ;
ready for immediate use, and without loss
of its h ighly nitrogenous fertilizing proper
ties. Its universal applicability to ail crops
and soils, and its dnrali'lny and active
qualifies are well. known to be all thai ag-ru-'i!
uri-i- ean desire.
Price 30 per Ton. .
The Fertilizer s largely composed of
animal mailer, pnch as meat, bone. fi-h.
leather ant! wool, together with cesriical
ai.d inorganic, fertilizer, wtiicli decompos
ihe mass, and retain iLe nitrogenous ele
ments It is very valuable fertilizer for field
cioi'f uenerally, and especiailj lor potatoes
and garden pc.rpo-es.
I .- excellent q'lalnies, s rertgth and cheap
ness, have made it very popular with all
w'iO l:ave n-ed il.
Price, ?40 per Ton.
COM POSH E FKRT1 LIZ KR.
1 his hitily pho-poate fertilizer is par
iicularly adapted far the c uluvfetion of irees
liuits, Uwiis an 1 flowers. It will promote ?
very vigorous and heulthy ff'owtri ot v oo.l
Irn it, atid larueiy increase the quantity and
perfect ir.e maturity of ihe Iruit. For hoi
tose tnd household plants and flowers, il
will be found an indispetisible article lo fee
cure their greatest perfection It will pre
vent and cure diseased coiuTtif of the
peach a:.d grape, and is eicedeut lor tra8s
it is composed of snch elements as make
it ada pied to the growth of all kinds of
crops in all kinds of soil.
The formula or method of combining it
constituent fertilizing ingredients has re
ceived the highest appioval ot eminent
chemicts and scientific agriculturists.
Price, 250 pee Ton.
THOSFHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Chemical Company
maiHifactnre a Phophate ol Lime in accor
dance with a new and valuable form o'.a by
which a very superior article is produced,
as to be afforded at a less price than other
manufacturers charge. Practical let-is have
proved lhat its value, as a tertilizer, is
equal to the best Phosphate of Lime in the
Price, $65 per Ton.
TERMS CASH. All Orders of a Ton or
more, will be delivered at the Railroad
S;ations and the Wharves of Shipment, tree
of cartage. Canae will be charged ou ati
orders of 6 barrels or less
One do!ar per Tor. allowance for cartage
will be made on all sales delivered at the
Wotks of the Company on Canal Wharf.
Agricultural Cbemical Company's Works,
At Ctmnl H'hirf, ou the Delaware.
Office, 4131 Arch S'. Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. F1TTS, Ge neral A-ent. '
The Company's Pamivilet Circular, ern'
brac.ing fjlJ directions fo u-ing the above
Fertilizers, sent by mail, free, when re
quested. Alarcn, 8, 1865 6mo.
WOK I H Of
WATCHES, CHAUS, RIXCS. &C.
G. S. HASKINS & CO.,
3G BerkiTiun Street, Xtw Yark.
ofTer ti.e Icllowing liulucements lo
Huyers ol' Valisabic
Having been tcr a lorg mite er.asjed
the Packet business, and etablished ocr
reputation for promptness and reliability,
and possessing great facilities for selling
Jewelry m this way. we are cor fident that
we can give satisfaction to all who feel
dispoed io patronize us
65tti0O WORTH OF WATCHF.S DI -mond
Pins, Chains, to be sold ior One
Dollar , without regard to value, and
t o to be paid for until vou know w bat you
are io r-ceiv
JUST LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING LIST
OF ARTICLES TO BEbOLD FOR ONE
DOLLAR EACH I
175 Watches (handsomely engraved nd
arranted perfect lime keepers), varying
in pri.-es forn 20 00 to Sl2o 00 each.
225 Ladies' watches, solid gold diuniinu
Ca.-e-. ii5 00 eaci. -
250 Gen lemen's Silver Batches 15 00
to 20 CL each.
6, nf;0 Latest style vest and neck chains.
4 5C to 30 00 earn
5.000 Gent's California Diamond Pins.
2 50 to 23 00 each.
4.000 Calitornia diamond ear drcps 2 00
to 15 00 each.
3 COO Miniature and enamelled gen 's
icarf pins, new styles, 5 00 lo 15 CO each.
2,000 Masonic and emblem pin, 3 00 to
10 00 each.
2 500 Gold band bracelets, ei graved and
pla-n. 3 00 to 20 00 each.
3,000 Jet and Mosaic brooches, 3 CO lo
70 00 each.
2,000 Cameo brooches, rich patterns, very
rasty, 3 00 to 60 CO each.
4 500 Florentine and Lava pins, the real
article. 4 00 lo 10 00 each.
3 500 Lava and Florentine ear drops,
3 00 to 10 00 each.
3,"00 Coral ear drops, 4 00 lo 6 00 each
2,000 Ladies' Chatelaine chains, jet and
gold. 15 00 tc 20 00 each.
6.000 Gent's pins,' a splendid assortment,
2 00 lo 13 00 each.
4.0CO Solitaire sleeve buttous,en!irely new
sty les, z 00 to 5 00 each.
3 000 Studs and sleeve buttons, in sels,
verv rich, 3 00 to 15 00 each.
5 000 Sleeve bostons, plain, enamelled
sni engraved, 2 00 to 8 00 ach.
10.000 Plain and handsomely engraved
ring, 2 50 to 10 00 each
8 000 Spring lockets, double case, lich'.y
engraved, 2 00 to 15 00 each.
15,000 Sets ladies' jewelry, new and latet
styles, 6 00 to 12 00 each.
2.000 Gold pens, and handsome silver
cases, 5 00 to 10 00 each.
This entire list ol beautiful and valuable
goods will be sold for One Dollar Each
Certificates of all the above articles will be
placed in envelopes, and sealtfd. The-e
envelopes are se;it by mail, as ordered,
without regard to choice. On the receipt
of the Certificate you will see what you
are lo have,antl then it is ar. your option lo
send one dollar and take the article, or not.
Five Certificates can be ordered for SI;
eleven for S2; thirty-five for S5; sixty-five
for $10; and one hundred for S15. We
will send a single Certificate) oc the receipt
of 25 cents.
G. S. HASKINS & Co ,
Box 4270. , 36 Beekman St., N. Y.
GROVESTFN &, CO.
P I A 1 O-1 ORTi: A 1 l FA V T f KE II 5 ,
THE attention of the public and the trade is invited lo our New Scale 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano-Fores, which for volume and purity of lone are unrivalled bv any hi herlo
offered in ihi mark et. They contain all the modern improvements, French, Grand
Action, Harp Pedal. Iron Frajne, Over-Siruna Ba &c, aid each instrument being made
under ihe personal" supervision ot Mr J. H GROVF.hTEEN, who has had a practical ex
rertei'ce of over 30 rears in their rr anufacturc, is folly warrented in every paricular.
The Grovedeen Piano-F rte liecnreii the Highest award cf Merit ovir all others
at thc Celebrated World' Fair.
Where were exhitited instruments from the best makers of London, Paris. Germany,
Philapelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and al-o at ihe American Insiimte for)
five successive years, the o!d and silver medals from "joth of which can be seen ai our j
wire, roi.n. ' Bv the introduction cf improvements w,e make a siid more perlect Piano
Forte, and by manufacturing largely, with a strictly cash sp'etn, are enabled to oiler
inr-e ins'rumenls ar prices which will preclude all competition.
PRICES : No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners. Rosewood plain case S275. No. 2
Seven Oi-iave, round corner, Rosewood heavy moulding S300. No. 3, Seven Oc'ave,
round corner-. Rosewood Louis XIV s'l S325. a lac simile of the above cut.
teiwi . rvirr j sh, ti csissisErvT fukds.
tlT DESCRIP'1 1 VE CIRCULARS SE.NT FREE.j
July 13, 1861 ly.
irT.3I CLOTJJES RING I-II.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
SELF-A VJUST1SG WRINGER.
No Wood-Work to swell or split No
Thumb-set etc to gel out cf order -Warranted
with or without cog-tcheels
iT took the first premium at fifty-seven
Sla: and County Fairs in 1863, and i
without any exception, the best Wringer
ever made. Patented in the United States,
England, Canada, and Australia. Ageuts
wanted in every town, ami in all pans ol
the world. Energetic- Agents can make
from three !o ten Dollars per day.
Sample Wringers sent Express paid on
receipt of price.
No. 2, S6 50. N'o 1, 37 50. No. F, SS.50.
No. A, 3.50. Manufactured anc sold,
wholesale and retail, by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Plait St'eel, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
A H. FRANCISCUS, Agen,
What Everybody Knows, vizi
-vThat iron well galvanized will noi rust.
That a s'unp'e machine is better than a
complicated on?. That a Wringer should
be sell adjusting, durable, and efficient.
That Thumb screws and Fastenings cause
dlay ami trouble to legniato and keep in
order. That wood soaked in hot water
will swell, shrink and split, lhat wood
bearic.gs for the shaft io run in will wear
out. That lha Putnam Wringer, w ith or
without cog whee-ls.wil! not lear the clothe-.
That cog wheel regulators .re not essen
tial. That the Putnam Wringer has all the
advantages, and not one of the disedvan
tages above named. That all who have
tested it, pronour.ee it the b.-t Wringer
ever mad. That it will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might fill lh paper with testimoni
als, but insert only a few to convince the
skeptical, if rcli there be; and we say to
all, test Putnam's Wringer., Test it thor
oughly with any and all others, and it not
entirely satisfactory, return it.
Putnam Manvjacturxng Co.
Gentlemen I know from practical
experiei.ee that iron well galvanized with
zinc will not oxidize or rust one particle.
The Putnam Wringer is as near perfect as
possible, and I can cheerfully recommend
it io be ihe bet in use.
Re-pec! nil v onr?.
JOHN W. WHEELER,
Many ears experienf-e in Hie galvaniz
ing busii.es-, enable me to endorse the
above statement in ail particulars
JNO C LEFFERTS.
No. loo ReeKman St.
New York, January, 1851.
We have te-ted P.i naiti s Cioihes Wring
er by pricM.-al working, and know mt it
will do. It U ci:e. p, it is 'imnie, it req-iue
no room whether at work or at rest: a child
can" opera-e it It dops its duty thoroughly.
It saves inre at.d it saves wear and tear.
We earneviy advi-e all who have iruch
washing to do, with all intelligent per-ons
who may have onv, to buy this Wringer.
Il will pay lor itse'f n: a vear a. rrio-t.
July r., tRiU ly.
I'lock and Watch aJier,
AND IMPOHTEU OF
Wiitche, Jewelry V French inje-I'lcccs
AISO M Afl'FACTCRKR OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
GOLD, SILVER $ STEEL SPECTACLES,
No. 1031 Market Street, btlow Eltvnth,
Clocks, Watches and Jeweky neatly re
paired at the shortest notice.
Gilding and Plating, of all descriptions,
done neatly to order.
CF- N. B. Masonic, Odd Fellow's and
oiher emblematic Marks, made and En
graved to order.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Fllli; OVK A A.i M'Y
FRENCH, ENGLISH $ JIMERI
CV.NCLOfK, TABLE AXD P01KLT CUTLERY,
TT OC-TPJ S3 . For sale
AND MADE lo ORDER.
No. 1031 Market S reet, 3J door telow
Eleventh, North side.
March 26, 1865.
- TH K OFFICE OF THC
JYcio Clothing Store,
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
TITHE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally,
that he has just received from the Eastern
Cdie, a laige assortment of
Fresh from the seat of Fashion, r.f all
sorts, sizes' and quantities, which will te
sold cheap for cash or country produce.
A L S O,
II A S SiC A I'
E00TS AXI) SHOES.
iQ'ZZs logetner wun a variety oi no
lions and things loo troublesome to numer
ate, to whicti be invites the attention of pur
chasers'. He is also prepared to make us
clothing to order, on reasonable termp,
and up to the lutest fashions.
0CaIl aad examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsburg, April 27, 1864.
OF FALL AND VIXTER GOODS.
rHR subscriber has just relumed from
the cities wi;h another latge and nelect
Fall and Win.ter Goods.
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
at the lowest figure, and which he is deter
mined to sell on as moderate lerms a can
be procuted elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi- Meek comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
of ir.e chtice-t styles and latest fashions,
lo"bther w"ith a 1 ru e assortment of
QUEENS W A II C , CF. I) A K W A l K ,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON.
BOOTS 3' SHOES, HATS CAPS.-c.
In short, every dung usually kept in coun
try stores, to which he inv dt he attention
of ihe public generally.
The highest ptice will ba pa'd for coun
try produce, in exrh:inca fnr good-
STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsbntg. Oct 12, 16-
Ki5rHlriE 3. T SALOON
C O N F ECTION E RY STORE.
II. C Christian,
r ESPECTFULLY annotmces to the eiii j
be ha- jii-i cpened a hew Refreshment Sa
Iccn and Confectionery Sore, on Main-st.,
second i!o;t t-ivihe ''American House,"
where If ii. tends supplying all who rnavt
nive him ttieir custom wi;h hivESH OYS
TERS. Clam S'.i;p, Sardines, Boiled Egi:s,
llairi Tripe P'li-' reel, Dried Herring, fcc.
He will .il-o"kcei on hand a superior tr
tideof DRU'GHT ALE. Porter. Ligerbeor,
and Sarsap.iriiia : together xvith a good as
sortrnent of Can lies. Sweomeals, Cakes,
Cigar ar.d Cfiewii.g Tobacco. In cotinec
tion wph this saloon he ha- fiited up a La
die- Department, where all who tuay da
8ire can call for Oysters; am! Refreshment
and will be free Irorn all annoyances an
indecencies th.it ladies are too often ex
pose 1 to in some of our best resUuranls.
Don't fail to dive him a call.
H.C CHRISPM AN, Proprietor, j
bi0m.unrg, net. 12, 11,4.
1VHF.REAS the Honorable William El-
well, Pre-ident Judge ot the Court of
Oyf?r and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery, Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace'
and Court of Common Pieas and Orphans,
Court, in the 26ih Judicial District, compos
ed of the counties of Columbia, Sullivan and '
Wyoming, and ihe Hons. Stephen Baldy and
John McReynolds, Associate Judges, ct Co
lumbia co., have issued their precept, bear
ing date one thousand eight hundred and
sixty five, and to ;ne directed ler holding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Com. Pleas and Orphans' Court, in Blooms
bnrg, in the county, of Columbia, on the fmi
Monday, bum' the 1st day of May uexl
and to continue one week.
Notice is hereby given, to the Coroner, the
Justices of the Peace and Constables of the
said County of Columbia, lhat they be then
and there in their proper persons at 10 o'
clock in ihe forenoon of said day, with their
records, inquisitions and other remembran
res 10 do those tnings which 10 their offices
appertain to be done. And those that are
bound by recognizes, to prosecute againM
the prisoners that are or may be in the Jail
of said county ol Columbia, to be then and
there to prosecufe then as shall be just. Jo
rors are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, agreeably to their notice, dated
at Bloomsburg, the 25'h day ol March, in the
year of our Lord one thousacd eight hundred
and sixty-fifth and in the eighty-ninth year
of the Independence of the United Slates'cf
America.' (God save the Commonwealth.)
4.' A 11 TT P T C I f P
OAtllUI.ii ClM 1 ur.ii,
Ill 00 ins burs, Columbia Co.,
f"ne snbsribjr, proprietor- of the abova
- named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive orders for all kinds of
machinery, for C0LLER1ES, BLAST FUR
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESH IMG MACHINES, &c, &c. .'.;
He is also prepared lo make -S ovei, all
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His exlansiva facilities and practical
workmen, wairant hirn in receiving the
largest contracts on the most reasouabl
C2T Grain of all kinds will be taken ia
exchange for castings.
CF This establishment is located near
he Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9. 1863.
PENNSYLVANIA & ERIE RAILROAD
This ;rtJa.i line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to
the city of Ere, on Lake Erie.
It has ben leased by the Pennsylvania
Rail Road Company, aud ia .operated by
Its entire length was opened for pasiaa
ger and freight business, Oct.' J7th, 1864. . ...
Time of Passenger trains ai North'd.
liCaYe Eastward. ...
Mail Train 10 l5 P. M.
KUntra Express Train, 11 27
L Haven, Ac'modaiion, 14 27 A. H.
Mail Train, 4 26
Eimira Expres Train, 5 IS
Lock Haven Ac'modvion 4 34 P. M.
Passenger cars run through on Mail tra'm
without change bo'h ways between " Phila
delphia Erie, and Baltimore and Erie. '
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Mail T'sia
both ways between Philadelphia and Lock
Haven, and on F.lmira Epxress Train boin
ways between Wtlliamporl and Baltimore.
For iriformation repecting Passenvar
business apply at cor. 30th ami Market S ,
Philadelphia. And for Freight bnVitieii of
the Corrpany's Agent.
S. B Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Mt
kei Street Philadelphia.
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. M Drill, Aa'i. N. C. R. R.. Baliirnora
il H. HOUSTON.
General Freiahl A gt. Phil a
H W. G WINNER,
General Ticket Agl. Phil'.
General Manager, Williamsport.
Feb. 22, 1865.
National Claim Agenrjr, -
HARVY 8c COLLINS, .
WASHINGTON, D. C.
IN order to facilitate ihe prompt adj.
ment of Bounty, arrears of pay, Peiisi-.n
and other claims due soldiers and 'Wmr
persons lrom the Governmeot of the U. S t
the .undersigned has made arrangement
with the aDove firm whose experience an I
close proximity to, and daily intercoor-
wiih, the Department, as well as the ear y
knowledge acquired by them of Ihe decis
ions frequently being made, enable thri
to prosecute claims more effectually than
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do
All persons entitled 10 claims ol lha abo
description can have them properly atiei d.
ed to by calling on ids and entrusting the.
to my care. W. WIRT.
Agent for Harvy & Collin.
Bloomsburg, August 10, 1864.
EDITOR-OF THE STAR: - "
With your permission I with 10 say to ti.
readers ol your paper lhat I will send, by re
turn mail, to ail who wish it (free) a Uecip,
with full directions for making and Vo-'
a simple Vegeable Balm that will e fieri. -ally
remove, in ten days, Pimple,,
Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and all Imprr ,
ties of the Skin, leaving the same t:t(
clear, smooth and B-aautiful.
I will also mail free lo those havin
Bald Heads, or Bare faces, simple, direc
tions and information that will enable them
10 start a fuil growth of Luxuriant Hair,
Whiskers-, or Moubtache, in less than thir
All applications answered by retata
mail without charge.
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
Sill Broadway, New Yotk.
March 1. 1865 3 mos.
E'n!e rJ Geo. Phn, deze ueit Scott Toumik .
I " ETTERS Testamentary on the Estate '
G-otg John, late of Sco'.t township,
Columbia county, deceased, have bee
"ran'.i! hv iho Reci&tpr nf &ai.t f ml nip 1.1
- - - j,
Mart'ia Ann John and Garoliue S. Dewi ',
residing in aid township All person
ha ving claims against the e(ale of the da
csdent are reqiiesteJ to present ihem for
feeulerne:il, and ttjose indebted to the
otate will make pavrnnt forthwith '.O
MARI HA ANN JOHN j
CAROLINE DEWITT, )
April 5, 1865 S3.
TH E undersigned desires to call atten
tion of itip public to his facilities of obtain
ing Pensions, Bounties (Local and Govern
ment) Bounty Lmds for Soldiers,
Settlement of officer's Account, &c. Dia
charged Soldiers 01 their heir can ret their
thocgh generally they have leceived part.
No charges for information, not unlet
claim is secured.
Office with E. H. Little Esq., in whita
frame building below Exchange Hotel. -"
C. B. BROCKWAY.
Bloomsburg April 5, 1865 ly.
IF-YOU WANT TO KNOW
LITTLE ol everything relating to ,tht
zlioman system, male and female ; tha
causes and treatment of diseases; the mar
riage customs ot the world; how to marry
well and a thousand things never peblish
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 51.50. Cor.teti ts table
sent free to any adJr ess. Books may ba
had at ihe book stores, or will ba sent by
mail, post paid on receipt ot trie price.
Address Dr. E. 3. FOOTE, M. D.
1130 Broadway, New Yotk,
Feb. 1, 1865 6mo. "
The Spring Session of my School will
open on luesday tha 18th inst., in tha
Basement of the German Reformed Church.
All the,branches of a liberal English Edu
cation will be taught. Prices will range
lrom &3 to 6 per quar'er ot eleven weeks.
Instructions will be given in any of tha
fancy branches, and also on the Forte Piano
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