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STAR OF THE NORTH)
THIXGS ABOUT TOWN & COUNTRY.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1565.
Rkad the article on oar first page entitled
the Bulfrog Oil Company.
Tut new street sprinter ia in operation.
It works well.
Attmtioh is directed to E.J. Thorntons'
card iu another Column of the Star.
Ths receipt of the Festival held in the
Lutheran Church, at lhi place, last week,
amounted to over four hundred dollar$.
Dofc'i Forget the Festival in the German
Reformed Church, on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday evenings, of this week.
We arb informed that the Pennsylvania
Canal will be opened for navigation on the
20ih inst. Boating ought to be good the
balance of the season.
We are almost daily receiving valuable
acquisitions to oar already paying subscrip
tion list. Now is a good time to subscribe.
IVe give as viuch, if not more, reading mat
ter than any other paper published in this
section of country.
Robbicbiks. -Our country exchanges are
filled with reports of robberies and tbiefls,
some of wttich are of the most daring char
acier. People are not safe at any hour of
the day or night. We leferred a few .days
ago to the necessity of haviflg aliadoors and
windows properly fastened. Heads oi fam
ilies should see to this.
Festival The ladies connected with the
German Reformed Church of this place,
purpose holding a Strawberry and Ice Cream.
Festival in the basement of their Church,
on Thursday, Friday, .and Saturday eve-
uings of ibis week. The proceeds to be
applied for the benefit of the Church. Suc
cess to the enteprite. k
The radicals have either a very exalted
opinion ol the black race and a poor one of
their own, or a contemptible one ol the
ribt of suffrage They want the negroes
10 constitute the master race down South
.and do all the voting. P. John had better
go there. He might get an effice.
The late rains have given vegetation and
the grain crops another lift. All look prom
ising; and indications are that we will re
ceive an abundant yield. The wheat is
becoming omewhet lodged, but we hope it
will not get sufficiently down as to dam
Chan;k or Tims. On the I2th inst. the
the Lackawanna and Bloomsburg Railroad
Passenger Trains change I their time of run
ning. Trains bound south will leave this
Suiion at about the following hours, viz :
Mail Train, 8.20 P. M ; Express, 9. 05 A.
M. Trains bound, north as follows ; Mail,
1015 A M ; Express. 6 J5 P. M.
. The RrpcBLicx in speaking of "copper
heads" is understood by nearly every per
son as meaning Democrat.!' Star.
Not by tho who read oar paper, except
it be such as are sa unfortunate as to have
tr brains. These we cannot supply. o
It is pretty generally andeMood in this
that you have "no brains'' to
Black Fhed. Docclasb said in a speech
delivered at the Cooper Institute in Nets
York, a few days since, that "Abrahim Lin
coln was emphatically the black man's Presi
dent." Dr. John in his hast issue, speaking
of the deceased President, called him l'oor
late martyred Abraham Lincoln." It Daug
lass is correct, Patemon John must be a
bluck 'man. We are inclined to the be'iet
that Lincoln wus the champion ol the negro
He certainly paid more attention to the
tlack than he did the white people.
Capt. A. C. Mcnscii, of this place, has
returned home from sejvica. His Lieu'en
4ants, Wm. J. Robbins, bi Fishingcreek, ar.d
R. Kabns, of Benton, hare also returned.
They look like veterans, weather-beaten,
tough and hearty, after seeing considerable
hard fighiin , lo'uj marches, and severe
campaignio-. Their men, from this county,
have nearly all come home, feeling glad to
quit the service. They are received back to
lM Columbia with a hearty welcome.
Practical FrjSeHjship. We quote the
language of a cotemporary on the subject
of "How to show your friendship for the
paper. Subscribe and pay for it. Send
your printing and advertising to this office.
Help to make the paper interesting by send
ing items of local interest to the readers
Come forward and pay the bills due the of
fice. If any of our readers consider these
suggestions personal, we advise them to ease
their consciences at once.
Pickpocket Shot. Last evening aboat
five o'clock a pickpocket mat his end cn
lbs Ridge road, above the Capitol. He had
cot the aide of a soldier's pants, and had
nearly reached his pocket book before tbe
eoldier found out the work tbe thief was
engaged ia. Immediately upon ascertain
icg it, tbe soldier drew a revolver and shot
ihe pickpocket dead. We have beau un
able to ascertain further particulars.
Patriot -and Union.
A certain political preacher ol oar town,
has aroused from his lethargy in Christian
ity, and advises his congregation what
remains ot it, lories, AboIiiioaUts and
toadies to "return to their allegiance" to
CbiisL We think allegiance to the devil,
throngh the ios rameotality of their Shep
herd (?) has corrupted and disorgacized that
church, sufficiently to cast contempt upon
it f?r years to come. However, it is good
sf?ic9 for c-.c from him, and wholly nec-
U. 3. T-30 LOAN.
By authority of the Secretary of the
Treasury, the undersigned, the .General
Subscription Agent for the sale of United
States Securities, offers to the public the
third series of Treasury Notes, bearing
seven and three-tenths per cent, interest
per annnm, known as the
.Those notes are issued under date of
July 15, 1865, and are payable three years
from Unit date in currency, or are convert
ible at the option of the holder into
U. 8. 5 20 Six per cent.
These Bonds are now worth a handsome
premium, and are exempt, as are all the
Government hondB, from State, County, and
'Municipal taxation, which adds from one to
three per cent, per annum to their vilue ac
cording to the rate levied upon other prop
erty. The interest'is payable semi-annually
by coupons attached to each note,
which may be cut off and sold to any bank
The intsrest at 7.30 per cent, amounts 'to
One cent per day on a $50 note.
Two cents " " $100 '
Ten " 4? " $500 "
20 " " " " lIOOO "
81 " " " $5000 "
Notes of all denominations named will
be promptly furniahed upon receipt of sub-
The Notes of this Third Series are pre
cisely similar in form and privileges to the
Seven-Thirties already Bold, except that
the Government reserves to itself the op
tion of paying interest in gold coin at 6
per cent., instead 7.3-1 Oths ia currency.
Subscribers will deduct the interest in cur
rency up to July 15th, at the time when
The delivery of the notes of this thlrJ
series of the Seven-thirties will cemmenee
on the 1ft of June, and will be made
promptly and continuo Tdslyafter that date.
The slight change made'in the conditions
ol this THIRD SFRIES affects only the
matter of interest- The payment in gold,
if made, will De equivalent to the currency
interest of he higher rate.
The return to specie payment, in the
event of which only will the option to pay
interest in Gold be availed of, would so re
duce and equalize prices that purchases
made with six per cent, in gold would be
fully equal to tho&e made with seven and
three tenths per cent, in currency. This is
The Only Loan Ii Market
Now offered by the Government, and its
superior advantages make it the
Great Popular Loan of tbe People.
Lees than $230,000,000 of tbe Loan au
thorized by Congress are now on the mar
ket. This amount, at the rate at which it
is being; absorbed, will all be subscribed
for within sixty days, when the notes will
undoubtedly command a premium, as has
uniformly been the case on closing the
subscriptions to other Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and
section of the country may b afforded fa
cilities for taking the loan, the National
Banks, State Bai.ks, and Piivate Bankers
throughout the country have generally
agreed to receive subscriptions at par.
Subscribers will select their own agents,
in whom they have confidence, and who
only are to be responsible for the delivery
of the notes for which they receive oul rs.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be received by the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMS
BURG AND THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK fF BERWICK.
May 24, 1865.
The Spring Session of my School will
open on Tuesday the 18th inst., in the
Basement of tbe German Reformed Chrjrrh.
All the branches of a liberal English Edu
cation will be taught. Prices will range
from $3 to i per quar'er of elevec weeks.
Instructions wHI be given in. any of the
fancy branchesand also on the Forte Piano
ELEONORA I. LESCIIER.
Bloomsburg, April 5ih, 1865.
The Bridal Chamber.
A note of warning; and advice to those
suffering with Seminal Weakness, General
UebiJity, or ;rre mature Decay, from what
ever cause produced. Read, ponder, and
reflect! Be wise in limd.
Sent FREE to any address, for tbe bene
fit of the afflicted. Sent by return mail.
JAMES S. BUTLER,
429 Broadway, New York.
April 12, l!i5 3m.
Estate of Geo. John, deceased, Scott Township.
f ETiERb Testamentary on the Estate of
M-A George John, late of Scott township,
Columbia county, deceased, have been
"ranted by the Register of said County, to
Martha Ann John and Garoline S. Dewiit,
residing in Haid township. All persons
having claims against the estate of the de
cedent are requested to present them for
settlement, and those indebted to the es
uaie will make payment forthwith to
MARTHA ANN JOHN )
" CAROLINE DEWITT, )
April 5, 1865 S3.
National Claim Agency,
HARVY 6c COLLINS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
TN order to facilitate the prompt adjust
ment of Bounty, arrears of pay, Pension
and other claims doe soldiers and other
persons from the Government of the U. S-.
tlw undersigntuj has made arrangements
'with the above firm whose experience and
close proximity to, and daily intercourse
with, the Department, as well as the early
kuowledge acquired by themof the decis
ions frequently befng made, enable them
to prosecute cliims more effectually than
Attorneys at a'distance can possibly do.
All persons entitled lo claims ot ih.3 above
description cari have them properly attend
ed to by calling on me and entrnstincr them
One of trie oldest and most reliable rem
edies in the world for Coughs, Colds,
Whooping Cough, Btonchitis,Dif
ficnlty of Breathing, Asthma,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup. and every AfleJtion of the THROAT
LUNGS and CHEST, including e ven
s Las jssaip tlQXE) co.
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
So general has the use of this remedy
become, and so popular is it everywhere,
that it is unnecessary loreronnt its virtue
Its works speak for it, and find utterance
in the abundant and voluntary tes'imony of
the many who from long suffering and set
tled disease have by its use been restored
to pristine vigor and health. We can pre
sent a mass of evidence in proof ol our
assertions, that .
CANNOT BE DISCREDITED. -
Testimony of Mr. JAMES GRIMES,
a gentleman hiuhty esteemed in Columbia
Co. Pa and one wh ose statement can be
Ml. Pleasant, Col. co., Pa., May 21,1860
Messrs Seth W Fooler & Co., Boston
Gentlemen. About three years'ago ouj
daaghter, now twelve years ol age, was
severely afflicted with croup. A general
irritation of ihe lungs followed, producing
a hectic cough, which became almost con
stant, swelling of the lemnies -and mhr
indications of Consumption were also ap
parent, ard her life was despaired of by
her physician. Ai this critical moment we
were induced to give Dr. Wistar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry atrial, ar.d after she had
taken one bottle we found her so much re
lieved that it was thought unnecessary to
continue its use. iince ihat time we have
used the Balsam in our family in cases of
Coughs and Cold-,rnd believe it to be a
superior Remedy foi all diseases of the
Yours with respect JAMES GRIMES
FROM JESSE SMITH, Esq.,
President of the Morris County Bauk Mor
ristown, N. J.
"Having used Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry for about fifteen years, and
having realized its beneficial resulisjin rny
family, it affords me great pleasure in re
commending it to the public as a valua
ble remedy in cases ot weak lung, coltis
coughs, &c, and a remedy which' I consid'
er to be entirely innocent, and may be ta
ken with perfect sa lety by ihe most deli
cate in health."
FROM HON. JOHN E. SMITH,
A disstinguished Lawyer in Westminster
Md. , :
I have on several occasions ueed Dr.
Wistar's Bal sam of Wild Cherry for severe
colds, and always with decided benefit. I
know ol no preparation that is more effi
cacious or more deserving of general use.
The Balsam has aln been used with ex
cellent effect by J. B. Elliott, Merchant,
Hall's Cross Roads, M L
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
None genuine unless signed''! BU CTS, "
on the wrapper.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, N.Y.
S. W.JFOWLE & Co.,. Proprietors, Boston.
And by all Druggists
KEDDIXG'S IIISSIA SALVE
Heals Old Sores:
Redding' Russia Salve Cures Burns,
Redding' Russia Salva Cures Wound,
Redding's Russia Salve Cures Boils, Ul
Redding's Russia Salve Cures Salt
Rheum, Piles, Erysipelas.
Redding's Russia Salve Cures Ring
worm, Corns, &c, &lc.
No family btoiild Ve without it.
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX.
For cale bv
i. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broad way, N.Y.
S. W. EOWLE & Co. No. 18 Tremonl Si.,
Boston, and by all L"ruggists and Count r
Ang 10, 1861. ly.
R K EXE S '
0I1IGINAL, 6l:MIE & ItLLIlDLi:,
FOR THE GROWTH.. BEAUTY AND
PRESERVATION' OE THE HAIR.
EslnblUhid 18 CO.
Price ,15 cts.pcr bottle.
This preparation can show
living evidences of its eicel
Photograph and read certifi
cate of Mrs. Wm. Sutton
hair five feet and one mrb in
length umuI Reeves' Ambro
sia about twenty nion hs.
Photograph and certificate of
Mrs. L M. Neil hair five ft.
, length used the' Ambrosia
Thousands are using this
preparation and offering wil
These potographs, taken from life, have
been awarded to extend ifre knowledge of
the merits of this wonderful discovery.
Hundreds have seen these ladies and heard
the facts from their own lips.
airs. Maxwell's Testimonial.
Ne-jo York, Dec 23. 1862.
Knowing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia pioduced a beautiful head of hair
for Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was induced, thereby, to use
it thoroughly. I needed something for my
hair,Jt being short aud thin had used one
half dozen bottles when I could plainly
notice an increase in its length, strength,
and beauty. An experience of about twy
years has proved a complete success. Mo
hail is now by measurement, four feet ten
inches in length, nearly reaching the floor.
I tare allowed my photograph to proclaim
the merits ot Reeves' Ambrosia to the
" MRS. WALLACE E .MAXWELL.
JT'Jill entenpriaing Druggists have
these Photographs and' keep for
sale, REEVES' XMBROCLI 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, Richards, & Co. of Phil
adelphia, General Agents for Pennsylvania.
Nov. 30, 1864 6 mos.
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW
A LITTLE ol everything relating lo the
"human system, male and female ; the
causes and treatment of diseases; the mar
riage-customs ol the world; how to marry
welf and a thousand things never, publish
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bad at the book jstores, or will be sent by
mail, post paid onreceipt ot the price.
Agricnitural Chemical Co.'s
THE Fertilizers prepared by the Agri
cultural Chemical Co., (a Comp any ha
tered by the Legislature of Pennsylvania
with a capital of 5:250,000,) have been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, lor the Farmer, Gar
dener and Fruit grower, of all conceularted
manures now offered in any maikel. The
Compatij 's list embraces the following-
This Fertilizer is composed ot night
soil nd the fertilizing tgents of urine,
combined chemicailj and mechanically
with other valuable fertilizing agents and
It is reduced to a pulverulent condition ;
ready for immediate ose, and without loss
of its h ighly nitrogenous fertilizing proper
ties. Its universal applicability lo all crops
and soils, and its durability and active
qualities, are well known to be all that ag
riculturists can desire.
The Fertilizer is largely composed of
animal matter, such as meat, bone, fish,
leather and wool, together with chemicals
ar.d inorganic fertilisers, which decompose
the mass; and retain the nitrogenous ele
ments. It is b very valuable fertilizer for field
crops generally, and especially for potatoes
and garden purposes.
Its excellent, qualities, strength and cheap
ness, have made it very popular with all
who have ned it.
This highly phosphate fertilizer is par
ticularly adapted far tbe cultivation of trees
truils, lawns and flowers. It will promote 2
very vigorous and healthy growth ot v ood
fruit, and largely increase the quantity and
perfect the maturity of the fru it. -For hot
hose and household plants and flowers, it
will be found an indispensible article to se
cure their greatest perfection. It will pre
vent and cure diseased condition of the
peach and grape, and is excellent for grass
It is composed of such elements as make
it ada ried io the growth of all kinds ol
crops in all kinds of soil.
The tor nuila or method of combining in
constituent fertilizing ingredients ha re
ceived the highest approval of eminent
chemists and scientific agriculturists.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Chemical Company
maniactnre a Phophftte ol Lime in accor
dance with a new and valuable formula by
which a very superior article is produced,
as to be afforded at a le" price than other
manufacturers charge. Practical leis have
proved that its value, as a fertilizer, is
equal to the best Phosphite of Lime in the
TEEMS CASH. All Orders of a Ton or
more, will be delivered at ihe Railroad
Siations and the Wharves of Shipment, tree
of cartage. Cartage will be charged on all
order of 6 barrels or Itss.
One dot.'ar per Tor, allowance for cartage
will be made on all sales delivered at the
Works of the Company, on Canal Wharf.
Agricultural Chemical Company's Works,
At Canal tt'harf. on ihe Ve'aware.
Office, 413 Arch Si. Philadelphia, Pa.
U. B. FJTTS, General Aent.
The Company' Pamphlet Circular, em
braiing falJ directions for uing the above
teitilue rs, tent
by mail, free, when re
8 1S65 6mo.
?!?!, . G50,(IOO
W ATCEE5, CI1AI.S RIXCS, kC.
G. S. H AS K INS 8c CO.,
3G Heckmm Striet, New Yurk.
ofler tie lollowing Inducements, to
ITiiyci s ol' Valuable
Having been for a long-time engaged
the Packet business and established our
reputation for promptness and reliability,
and possessing grtai facilities for selling
Jewelry in llii v ay , w e are confident that
wecanjjive sattstaction to a! who feel
disposed to patronize us.
S650 000 WORTH OF WATCHES, DIA
moml l'ins, Chains, ifcr., lo be sold for One
Dollar each, without regard to value, and
rot to be paid for until you kuow what you
are to receive.
JUST LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING LIST
OF ARTICLES TO BE SOLD FOR. ONE
175 Watches (handsomely engraved and
warranted perfect lime keepers), varying
in prices from 20 00 to S120 00 each.'
225 Ladies' watches, solid gold hunting
cases, S55 00 each.
250 Gen:lemen's 6'ilver watches 15 00
I to 20 00 each.
6,000 Latest style vest and neck chain,
4 50 to 30 00 each
5,000 Gent's California Diamond Pins,
2 50 to 25 00 each.
4,000 Calilornia diamond ear drops. 2 00
lo 15 00 each.
3 000 Miniature and enamelled gpnrs
icarf pins, new styles, 5 00 lo 15 00 each.
2,000 Masonic and emblem pics, 3 00 to
10 00 each.
2 500 Gold band bracelets, engraved and
plain, 3 00 to 20 00 each.
3,000 Jet and Mosaic brooches, 3 00 to
70 00 esch. . ' .
2.000 Cameo brooches, rich patterns, very
tasty, 3 00 to 60 CO each.
4 ooo r loren'.me anu i.iva pins, 1
article, 4 00 to 10 00 each.
3 500 Lava and Florentine ear drops,
3 00 to 10 00 each.
800 Coral ear .drops, 4 00 to 6 00 each
2,000 Ladies' Chatelaine chains, jet aud
gold, 15 00 tc 20 00 each.
6:000 Gent's pins, a splendid assojtment,
2 00 to 15 00 each.
4, COO Solitaire sleeve buttons, entirely new
sty les, 2 00 to 5 00 each.
3 0C0 Studs and sleeve buttons, in sets,
very rich, 3 00 to 15 OO each.
5 000 Sleeve buitons, plain, enamelled
and engraved, 2 00 to 8 00 each.
10,000 Plain and handsomely engraved
rings, 2 50 to 10 00 each.
8,000 Spring lockets, double case, lichly
engraved, 2 00 to 15 00 each.
15,000 Sets ladies' jewelry, new and latest
styles, 6 00 to 12 00 each.
2-000 Gold pens, and handnome silver
vcases, 5 00 to 10 00 each.
This entire list ol beautiful and valuable
goods will be so'd for One Dollar Ec!i
Certificates of all the above articles will be
placed in envelopes, aud sealed. These
envelopes are sent by mail, & ordered,
without regard lo choice. On the receipt
of the Certificate you will see what you
are to have, and then it a at your opuoti to
send one dollar aud lake the article, or not.
Pive Certificates can b(3 ordered for SI;
eleven for S2; thirty-five for S5; sixty-five
for $10; and one hundred for $15. We
wilt tend a single Certificate on the receipt
of 25 cents. -
G. S. HASKINS & Co ,
Box 4270. 36 Beekman St., N. Y.
Bloomsburg, April 5th, 1865.
I 4,i.i, i' f . i . ;'H'iij-Jws.'i-
G R V
PI A IV - FOIST I
THE attention of the public and the trade is invited to our New Scale 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano-Fortes, which for volume and purity of lone are unrivalled bv any h'rher'.o
offered in this market. They contain all the modern improve mems, French, Grand
Action, Harp Pedal. Iron Frame, Over-Strong Bass.&c, ar d each instrument being made
under the personal supervision ot Mr J. H. GKOVESTEEN, w ho has had a practical ex
perience of over 30 years in their manufacture, is fully warrented in every panicular.
The Grove&tten riano-Fcrte Received the Highest award of Merit over all vthtrs
at the Celebrated World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments ftom the best makers of London, Pari. Germany,
Philapelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and also at the American Institute lor
five successive years, the gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen at our
-ware-roon. By the introd uction of improvements we make a still more perfect Piano
Forte, and by manufacturing largely, w'nh a strictly cash system, are enabled to offer
thee instruments at prices which will preclude all competition.
PRICES : No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood plain case S275. No. 2
Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding $300. No. 3, Seven Oc'ave,
round comers. Rosewood Lnui XIV sile S32S, a lac simile of rfie above cut.
TERM. NET CASH, I IV CURRENT FUN 11 S.
GT DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE, ai
July 13, 1864. ly.
PCTaAM CLOTHES NIIINGEIti
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE -SVLF-A
DJUST1SG If RINGER.
No Wood-Work to swell or split No
Thumb-sci etc to gel out of order -Warranted
with or without cog-wheels
IT took the first premium at fifty-seven
State and County Fair in 18"i3, and is
without any exception, the best Wringer
ever made, patented in the United States,
England, Canada, arid Australia. Agents
wanted in every town, and in ali parts ol
the world. Energetic AgeTil can make
from three lo ten Dollars pT V;iy.
Sample Wringers sent Express paid on
receipt of price.
No. 2, Sr.. 50. No. 1, S7.50. No. F, SR. 50.
No. A, 9.50. Manufactured aiu' sold,
wholesale and retail, by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO ,
No. 13 Plan Street, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
, A. H. FRANCISCUS, Agent,
What Everybody Known, viz :
. That iron well galvanized will not rust.
Tiipt a simple machine i belter than a
complicated one. That a Wringer fchonld
be sell-adjusting, durable, and efficient.
That Thumb screws and Fastenings cause
delay ami trouble to regulate and keep in
order. " That wood toaked in hot water
will swell, shrink an l split. Ihatvnod
bearing? for the sliafl lo run in will wear
out. Thai the Putnam Wringer, with or
w ithoot co vLe:l.-. w ii! not tear iht clothes.
That cog wheel regulators are not essen-.
tial. That the Putnam Wringer has all the
advantages, and not one of the disadvan
tages above named. That all who have
tested it, pronounce it the bst Wringer
ever made. That it will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We miuht fill the paper with testimoni
als, but iuVert only a few to convince O.fe
skeptical, if such ihere bef and we say to
all, test Putnam's Wiinger. Test it thor-.
oughly with any and all others, and if not
entirely fall-factory, return it.
Putnam Manvfacluring Cc.
Gentlemen I know from practical
experience that iron well galvanized with
zinc will not oxidize or rust one particle.
The Putnam Wringer is as near perfect as
pcssit ls, and I can cheerfully recommend
it lo be the best in use.
JOHN W. WHEELER,
Many years experience in the galvaniz
ing business, enable me lo endorse the
above statement in all particulars
JNO. C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 BeeRmati St.
New York, January, 1864.
We have tested Putnam's Clothes Wring
er by practical working,, and know that it
will do. It is cheap, it is simple, it requires
no room whether at work or at rest; a child
can operate it It does iuduiy thoroughly.
It saves time and it saves wear aud tear.
We earnestly advise all who have much
washing to do, with all intelligent persons
who may have any, to bay this Wringer.
It will pay tor itseif in a vtsar a moM.
July 6, 1SGJ, ly.
D. II. STOIINER,
CAKER AND COXFKCTIO.VEU
AS alwvs on hand and for sale Fiesh
BREAD, CAKES, and PIES;
French and Domestic Confections
in great and splendid variety ; Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually found in a first
clas conteciionery store.
He would call especial attention to hie
newly received stock of
PICKLED FRUITS, AND JELLIES.
Having recently fitted up a new and
Ice Crenm Saloon,
on the first floor, two doors west of Eyer
&. Moyer's Drug store, he is prepared to
wait upon his many cu-tomers with FIRST
CLASS ICE-CREAM as cheap as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parties,
and Picuict. wih Ice Cream, Confectionery ,
Lc. at reasonable rate.
Bioomsburj;, April 56, 1865.
THE undersigned desires to call atten
tion of the public to his facilities of obtain
ing Pen-ions, Bjuntie (Local anA Govern
ment) Bounty Lands for Soldiers,
Settlement of officer's Account, &c. Dis
charged Soldiers oi tlr heirs can get their
though generally they have leceived pa rl.
No- charges for information, 'uoi unless
claim is secured. - -
Office wi-h K. II. Little F-a . trMc
ESTEN 8c CO.
: M X I UFA CT I R E R S ,
jYeto Clothing Store.
LATEST STYCES CHEAP GOODS
TlMIE undersigned respectfully informs
his friends and the public generally,
that he has juttl received from the Eastern
Cities, a large assortment of
Fresh from the seat of Fashion, of all
60rts, sizes and quantities, which will be
bold cheap for cash or country produce.
A L S O,
! EI A I S V C l"
ROOTS AI SHOES.
ijN-fc Together with a variety of no
lions and things too troublesome to numer
ate, io which he invites the attention of pur
chasers. CO" He is also prepared to moke us
clothing to order, on reasonable termp,
and up to the latest fashions.
ETCa.II and examine our stock of goods.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsburg, June 7, 1865.
CF FALLAAD H'lATER G00!iS.
f I'M IE subscriber ha just returned from
itiH ciiies with another large and elect
Full and Winter Goods, y
purchased at Philadelphia and New Yotk.
at the lowest figure, and which he is deter
mined io'spII on as moderate terms a. can
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi" stock comprises
LAD IF DRESS GOODS, -of
the chcioest styles and latest fashions,
to2ther with a larae assortment of
DUY-GOOIJS, MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
AND VESTING S.
QUE E NS W ARE, C E I) A K W A R E,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS, IRON.
ROO TS ,V SHOES, 11 ATS $ CA PS,4yc
In short, everything usually kept in conn
try stores, to which he iuv de he attention
of the public generally.
The highest itice will be paid for coun
try produce, in exchanpa for goods.
STEPHEN H. MILLER
Bloomsbnig, Oct. 12, 1861.
DlocU and Watch JSakrr,
AND IMPORTER OF
Watches, Jewelry Sr Trench Time-Ptcccs
ALSO. MAHFACTDHF.R OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
I70LD. SILVER If STEEL SPECTACLES
-No. 1031 Market Street, below Elcvnth,
Clocks, Watches an! Jewelry neatly re
paired at the shortest notice.
Gilding and Plating, of all descriptions,
done neatly toorJer.
N. B- Masonic, Odd Fellow's and
o"her emblematic Marks, made and En
graved to order.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Ol'EUA AND SIY
FRENCH, ENGLISH $ AMERI
CAN CLO( K,
TABLE AXD POCKKT ITTLE1 V,
PfrcraRg For let L
AND MADE TU ORDER.
No. 1031 Market Sireet, 3J door below
Eleventh, North side.
March 2G, 1865.
II. C. Christmas,
"TJ ESPECTFULLY announce to the citi
zens of Pdoomsburg and vicinity thai
he has just opened a new Refreshment Sa
loon and Confectionery Store, on Maiu-st.,
second door below the "American House,''
where he intends supplying all who may
give him their custom with FRESH OYS
TERS, Clam Soup, Sardines, Boiled Eggs,
Ham, Tripe. Pigs' Feet, Dried Heiring,&c.
He will a!o keep on hand a superior ar
ticle of DRAUGHT ALE, Porter, Lagstbeer,
and Sarsaparilla : together with a good as
sonment of Candies, Sweetmeats, Cakes,
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco. In connec ,
lion with this saloon he has Clind up a La
dies" Department, where all who n;ay de
sire can call lor Oysters and Refreshmen I
and will be free from all annoyances an
indecencies that ladies are too ofien ex
poed to in some of our beat restaurants.
Dou'i fail to ive him a call.
H.C CHRISTMAN. Proprietor
Bloormburg-, Of.i. J2, 1864.'
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Address, G LO S B R EN N E R & WELSH,
430 Chestnut Street,
June 7, 1865. PHILADELPHIA.
' National Foundry,
mooiiisbur-, Columbia Co.
ff 'he subsribjr, proprietor of the t
- nameu extensive estat'luhment, is now
prepared 1$ receive orders for all kinds o
machinery, for COLLERIES. BLAST FI'R
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
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ihing usually made in first-class Foundries
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largest contracts ui the tnotl reasonable
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exchange tor castiugs.
C This e-tablishmei is located
he Lacka wanna Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
ON MAIN STREET,' BLOOMSBURG.
71 ore Freisli C4ood-.
Just received at Ilenrv Giger's New
Store: MOLASSES, SUGARS,
TEAS, COFFEE, RICE, SPICES.
FISH. SALT. RAISIN,
CANDIES, NOTlNNs, Tors.
FEED AM) PROVISIOAS,
Together with a great variety of noliona
&c, loo numerous to mention.
BUTTER, G Gh MEAT,
and rroduce generally, taken in exchange
for yoods. Thp best market price will b
allowed. Give him a call.
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1865
jV E W MLrsVcFUN ER A L MARC H7i
1 11 the memory of Abraham Lincoln, the
Martr President, By Mrs. E A. Pabk
hubst, Author of '-Richmond is Ours,"
"The Soldier's Dying Farewell," "Oh,
send me one Flower Irora his Grave," "No
Slave beneath that Starry Flag," etc., etc.
This March is very rolemn and impressive.
Price 30 cents ; with Vignette of ihe Presi-
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