The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, June 21, 1865, Image 3

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    THE 'NORTH
1BODT TOWN li COHSTKY
OOnSBlJESG, PA.
W EDNESDAY. JUNE 21, 1865.
...
ytiio Weavrr, of this place, set iwd
lowers to work cutting hi grass on Mon
day last.
T" tt a nlacAa cit hnin4 in ihn R irfinih of
Berwick ire opened at 6 o'clock in the
rnbmJng and cloned at 7 in tbe evening
Good arrangement.
Haymaking has commenced in this county.
Th early grafswilf be all cut between this
od ihe lt of Joly. -
Fova Totvaof VVniie and Brown Sugar just
received and for sale, at the No Provision
Store, as usual, at lota price '
... f Thk S'ortul'Mbkhlakd Bink destroyed
67 GOO, at one time, not long since, of in
old issue, in consequence of the insiiiu'.ion
baving cbanged-imo a National 6.tnk.
HoWABD ASSOCIATION, PlIir.ADCI.PHI A. We
int ire'4"P" tion to this well known Associa
tion. We hie reason to believe that it is
a highly osufiit and perfectly reliable Insti
tution. A Nkw supply of Mackerel, No. I &2
can be found at Ihe Provion Store, and
will be iodl at extremely tow pricesjor cash
No tetter in the market.
Tmt Pmopmx Pcctokal is sold by E. P.
J.utz, and Ker & Moyer of this place, it
is mom excellent medicine for caring
cough ; and is ol particular benefit to per
vfnns who are weak, and to children. Prices
per bottle, ranging from filly cents to one
dollar.
We weie visited with a fvie shower on
Monday evening, which made vegetation
lock op. We understand in some parts ol
this cooi.ty the summer ciopa were in a suf-
erring condition for the want of rain.
A C'hoick lot of Canned Fmiis, wnrranted
prime, just received and lor sale at RunyanV
New Provision Store
Luthkb A. Gapman, Esq., of Pine, will
please accept our thanks for the intereat
taken in solici tine subscriptior s to the Stab.
Mr. G is an energetic and ardent worker in
the canse of the Demacatie party ever at
h impost.
Tub receipt of theJFe-tival heM by the
German Reformed Congregation of (hi
place, last week, amounted to $S'0 ; to
v Hich was added the sum of ? 25, by Dr. C.
F. Uarri-ou, making in all 5665.
J("T received and lor sale, a choice article
of Sugar Cured fluis at ihe New Provision
Store.
Pamu L EvKkiiAu'r will off-rat public
al, in IJsht Street, on Saturday next, a
I'H of personal property, such as household
tiirnitare Urminsr aensils, and several bar
Ma of old rye fchiskey.
Miss Alvcrka McBmidk m the snc
ressfol competitor, at the la'e Festival held
by Ihe Gerrran Reformed Congregation for
ihe Photograph Albnm ; having received
the highest number of votes and handed in
tbe largest amount of cash.
The arrest of Hon. Benj-min Wood, editor
o.l the New York Dnly Netcs. has been or
dered. He publishes ihe only reliable j iur
rial lor the Democraby Of that city, hence
it it noi any wonder he is a stei.ch in the
nostrils of all Abolitionists. .
' f- -9 m ....
At Ihe New Provision StO'e, i where
joo can wve your money, by purchasing at
wholesale or retail, such articles as may be
wanted in the line of Groceries, Provision,
&c &c , all warrahied in be strictly prime,
and give entire satisfaction. Call and ex
amine. Wt havk lately extended our facilities for
doing jb-tvork, so as toeqnal. il not er
ceed, any Of the other offices in the county.
i We are. prepared to do any kind of jojp,
.from small card to a hand-bill, barn door
aize. Orders are solicited, and will be fi led
i
With Leatr.ess and. dispatch. II our work
does not site eiitiri satisfaction no charge
r
til be made.
II L. UifcFTCKBiCH. Eq., of thd Clinton
fi)ematrut,i9 recovering from a, severe af
tick of rheumatism, and expects to resume
j js editorial labors in a few weeks.
?!
Thc Chief Barges of the Borough of Ber
r ick arraigned several citizens of.that place
ilfore Enquire Doak, last week, on the.
'' targe of obstructing the streets and pave
- j ents, in violation of the Boropgh Ordi-
tir.ee.
The Burgess is becoming very offi-
all at once. Nothing like it The
11
Borough of Berwick will, al all times, in
cleanliness, surpass most of our neighbor
f'g towns.
The wheat in this section is ripening very
vapidly- In two weeks ws may expect to
sea some cut and in the shock. It i heavy ;
te:n; somewhat down ; and, so far, but
slightly attacked by weevil or other insects,
in this neighborhood. 'Present indications
re, that, the crops will generally, this sea-
on, make up for the failure last year.
--
Who will say that republics are not un
grateful? When eur brae boys were go
fcigtoths Seldefat and beatty,- they were
fed and flattereJ by our people, led by our
preachers aud pioca ladies; now when the
work is done, the war ended, aid 'tlie- sol
I:9rs ar-? returoing Lonia all taiterd anJ
f-rn, fcrt:iei a.iJ mairn-J, travelicg lor dayi(
tery Lrda or nothing to. ei', oa cili.1
;t b care nj'.
Z itoat t'im.
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
THIRD. SERIES,
S!33O,000,OOO.
By
anlhority 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 anonm, known as the
SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN
Thase notes are issued onder dale of
July 15, 1865, and are payable three years
from thai dale in currency, or are convert
ible at ihe option of the bolder into
U. S. fii-20 Six per cent.
GOLD-HE A KXG BONDS
These Bonds are now worth a handsome
premium, ant? are exempt, as are all the
Government Bonds, from Stale. County, and
Municipal tux if ion, which adds from one to
three per cent, per annum to their vlue ac
cording lo the rate levied upon other prop
erty. The interesl is payable semi-annually
by coupons attached to each, note,
which may be cut ofT and sold to any bank
or banker.
The i' terest t 7.30 per cent amounts to
One cent per day on a $50 noie.
Two cents " " " SlOO
Ten " " ' " $500 "
20 " " " " flOOO "
?1' " " " S5000 "
Notes of all denominations named will
be promptly furnished upon receipt of sub
scriptions.
The Notes of this Third Series are pre
cisely similar in form and privileges to the
Seven-Thinie already sold, except that
J the Government reserves to itself the op-
lion o.' paying interesl in gold coin at 6
per cni., instead 7 3-10ihs in currency.
Subscribers will deduct the interest in cur
rency op to July 15th, al the lime when
they subscribe.
The delivery of the noles of this third
rie of the Siiven-thirties will commence
on the- 1-t of Jcne, and will be made
promptly and contindo f usl) after that date.
The slisht change made'in the conditions
ol this THIRD SFRIES afTects only the
ma'er of interest The payment in gold,
if made, will De equivalent to the currency
interest of he higher rate.
The return to specie payments, in the
event of which only will 'he option to pay
interest in Gidd be availed of, would so re
dnre and equalize prices that purchaes
made with six percent in gold would be
f n 1 1 y equal to those made with seven and
three tenths per cent, in currency. This is
The Only Loan i i Market
N'ow offered by ihe Government, and its
superior advantages make it the
Great Popular Loan of the People.
Les than $23000 000 of the Loan au
thorize I by Congress are now on the mar
ket. Tfiis amonnt, at the rate at which it
is being absorbed, will all be subscribed
for xithin sixty djys, when the notes will
undoubtedly command a preminm. as has
tifii lortnl v been ihe case on closing the
subscriptions to other'Loans.
fn order that citizens bf every town and
cection of the country may be affordeJ fa
cilities fo r taking the loan, the National
Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers
throughout ihe country have generally
agreed to receive subscriptions al par.
Subscribers will select their own agents,
in whom they have confidence, and who
only are lo be responsible for the delivery
of the noieo for which thev receive ord rs.
JAY COOKE.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Snbcripiioni will be received by the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMS
BURG AND THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK CF BERWICK.
May 24, 1865.
SELECT SCHOOL
The Sp'ina Session of my School will
open on Tuesday the 18th int., in the
B-icemetit of the German Reformed Church.
All the branches of a liberal EnzlUh Kdu
catio i will be taught. Prices will range
trorn $3 to 56 per qnar'er of eleven weeks
Instructions will be given in any of the
fancy hrnm-desand also on the Forte Piano
or Melodeon.
ELEONORA I. LESCHER.
Bloomsbura, April 5th, 1865.
The Ilritlal Chamber.
A note of w:rijin, and advice to those
sn flaring with S'eminal Weakness, General
Debility, or Premature Decay, from what
ever cause produced Read, ponder, and
reflect! Be wie in lime.
Sent FREE lo any address, for the-bene-fit
of the afflicted. Sent by return mail.
Address
JAMES S. BUTLER,
429 Broadway, New York.
April 12, 1865 3-n.
IvxccutHxes9 IVctice.
Estate r Geo. John, deceased, Scott Townfhy
IET'fERS Teslamentary on the Estate of
Geoige John, late ol Scotl township,
Columbin county, deceased, have been
srantcd by the Register of said County, to
Marlb.4 Amu John and Garoline S Dewitt,
residinii ni aid township.' All person
having cUims against the estate of the de
cedent are requited to present them for
settlement, and those indebted to the es
tate will make payment forthwith to
- MARTHA ANN JOHN
and Executrixes.
CAROLINE'. DEWITT, )
April 5, 1865. S3
KE.r tOLLINEIiY SUOP
aaaal
-XPRINt; li MJJIUKIt CiOtJDS
MISS LIZZIE BARKLEY most respect-
lully announces lo the citizens of Blooms
bur and vicinity 'thai she has opened a
NEW MILLINERY SHOP, ia rooms for
merly occupied by Dr. Ramsey, deceased,
on Main St , below Market. She has a fine
assortment of Millinery goods, which has
been selected with care and taste. She is
prepared to do all work placed in her hands
in as neat end durable style as can be done
elsewhere. Giv her a call
- MISS LIZZIE'BARKLEY.
Bloomsburg, April 26," 1865.
CLANKS ! BLANKS-!-CLASSS II
DEEDS, SUMMONS, '
- EXECUTIONS, SUBPCEN'AS,
of proper desiiableforni3,fo Bale '
' ' -1 offhe "Mir ofthe NcrtH,"
V -WIST AITS BAIjSAM
or .
'.-WILD'OHBRBsT,
One of the oldest and most reliable rem
edies in the world for Cough., Colds,
Whooping Cough, Btonchitis, Dif
ficulty of Breathing, Asthma,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, and every Afleutign of the THROAT
LUNGS and CHEST, inclndins even
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
' So general has ihe use of this remedy
become, and so popular is it everywhere,
that it is unnecessary to recount its virtues
Its works speak for it, and find utterance
in the abundant and voluntary tes imony of
ihe many who from long suffering and set
lied disease have by its ue been restored
to pristine vigor and health. We can pre
sent a mass of evidence in proof of our
assertions, that
CANNOT BE DISCREDITED.
Testimony of Mr. JAMES GRIMES,
a gentleman highly esteemed in Columbia
Co. Pa, and one whose statement can -be
relied upon.
Ml. Pleasant, Col. 'co., Pa., May 21,1860
Messrs Seth W Fooler & Co., Boston
Gentlemen About three vear aso our
daashler, now twelve years of age, was
severely afflicted with croup. A general
irritation of the luncs followed, producing
a hectic cough, which became almost con
stant, swelling of the temples and oiher
indications of Consumption wer also ap
parent, and her life was despaired of by
tier physician. Ai this critical moment we
were induced lo give. Dr. Wi.lar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry a trial, and after she had
taken one bottle we found her so much re
lieved that it was though) unnecessary to
continne it use, since that time we have
used the Balsam in our family in cases of
Coughs and Cold-,;nd believe it to be a
superior remedy foi all diseases of the
Lungs.
Yours with respect JAMES GRIMES.
FROM JESSE "SMITH, E-q.,
President of the Morris County Bajk Mor
ristown, N. J.
"Having used Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry for about filteen years, and
having realized its beneficial results in icy
family it affords me great pleasure in re
commending it to the public as a valua
ble remedy in cases of weak lungs, cohis,
coughs, &c , and a remedy which 1 consid
er to be entirely innocent, and may be la
ken with perfect sa fety by ihe most deli
cate in health."
FROM HON. JOHN E. SMITH,
A disstinguished Lawyer in Westminster
Md. :
I have on several occasions ned Dr.
Wistar's Balsam 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 ha al.o been-used with ex
cellent effect by "J. B Elliott, Merchant,
Hall's Cross Roads, M I.
WISTAR:S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
None genuine urtless igned"I BUTTS,"
on the wrapper.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, N Y.
S. W. FOWLE & Co.,-Proprietors, Boston.
And by all Druggists
KCDDIXG'S hlSSIA SALVE
Heals Old Sores:
Redding Russia Salve Cures Burns,
Scalds, Cuts.
Reddinsi's Russia Salve- Cures Wound,
Bruises. Sprains.
Redding'.- Rus.-ia Salve Cures BoiN, Ul
cers, Cancer.
Redding' Russia S.tlve Cures Salt
Rheum, Piles, Erysipelas.
Redding's liossia Salve Cures Ring
worm, Corns, &c, &c.
No family bhould be wlthoi'i it.
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX.
For sale by
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 431 Broadway, N.Y.
S. W. EOWLE & Co. No. IS Tremont S.,
Boston, and by all Druggi-sts and.. Country
S'orekeepers
Aus 10, 1861. ly.
RE EVES'
oniGI.UL, GEM'lKE & lU.UADI,!:,
AMBROSIA,
FOR THE GROWTH. BEAUTY AND
PRESERVATION OE THE HAIR.
Established I860.
Price, 75 cts.pcr bottle.
This preparation can show
living evidences of its excel
lence. SEE
Fhotograph and read certifi
cate ol Mrs. Wm. Sutton
hair five leet and one inch in
lenuih used Reeve' Ambro
sia about twenty months.
ALSO,
Photograph and certificate of
Mrs. L M. Neil hair five ft.
length used the Ambrosia
18 months.
Thousands are ning this
preparation and offering wil
ling te-timonials.
These potozraphs, taken from life, have
been awarded lo extend ihe knowledge of
the merits of this wonderful discovery.
Hundreds have seen these ladies and heard
the facts from iheir own lips.
Mrs. maxwell's Testimonial.
Ara For, Dec 23, 1862.
Knowing positively that Reeves' Am
brosia pioduced a beautiful head , of hair
for Mrs. Lizzie Shepherd, of Brooklyn,
New York, I was induced, thereby, to use
it thoroughly. I needed something for my
hair, it being short and thin had used one
half dozen bottles when I could plainly
notice an increase in its length, sttength,
and beauty. An experience of about twy
years has proved a complete success. Mo
hair is now by measurement, four feet ten
inches in length, nearly reaching the door.
I have allowed my photograph to proclaim
tbe merits of Reeves' Ambrosia lo the
world.
MRS. WALLACE E. MAXWELL.
' E&'Jill tnlenprising Druggists have
these Photographs and keep for
salr IiEETrs' kMBROCI.1 at. 75
Cents per Bottle.
Druggists who may not have our prepa
ration, will send for it if applied to. Prin
cipal Depoi, 62 Fulton Street, New, York.
Messrs French, Richards, & Co. of Phil
adelphia, General Agents lor Pennsylvania.
Nov. 30, 1864. 6 mos.
"lFYoU WANT. TO KNOW
A LITTLE ol everything relating lo ihe
human system, male and female the
causes and treatment of diseases; the mar
riage customs ol the world; bow to marry
well and a thousand things never pnblish
ed before, read Ihe revised and enlarged
edition of "Medical Common Sense," a
carious book for carious people, ' and a
good book for every one. 400 pages, 100
Illastrations Price 81.50. Contents. table
sent free to any address. Books may ba
had at the bfcok stores, or will be sent by
mail, post paid on receipt ol the price .(
Address Dr. E. B. FOOTE, M. D.
1130 Broadway, New York,
" Ffb. 1. 1ocS .
Agficn.tural Cbemical Co.'s
CHEAP FERTILIZERS.
THE Fertilizers prepared by the Agri
cultural Chemical Co., (a Co mp ery t ha
tered by the Legislature of Pennsylvania
with a capital of 8250,000,) have been
proved in practice to b the cheapesl, most
profitable and best, lor tbe Farmer, Gar
dener and Fruit erower, of all concentarted
manures now offered in any rnaikel. The
Companj's list embraces the following
P A BURETT E.
This Ferliiizer Is composed ol night
soil and Ihe fertilizing fgeni of urine,
.combined cheraicaii and mechanically
with other; valuable fertilizing agents and
absorbents.
It is reduced to a pulverulent condition ;
ready for immediate use, and without Ion
of its highly nitrogenous fertilizing proper
ties. ,
Its universal applicability to all crops
and soils, and its durability and active
qualities, are well known to be all that ag
riculturists can desire.
CnEMlCACOMP0ST.
The Fertilizer is largely composed of
animal matter, such as meal, bone, fih,
leather, and wodl, together with chemicals
and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
the mass, and retain the nitrogenous ele
ments. It is 8 very valuable fertilizer for field
crops generally, and especially lor potatoes
and garden purposes.
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheap
ness, have made it very popular with all
who have ned it.
COMPOSITE FERTILIZER.
This highly phosphate fertilizer is par
ticularly adapted for the cultivation of trees
Iruit-, lawns and Mowers. It will promote a
very vigorous and healthy growth ol v ood
fruit, and largely increase the quantity and
perfect the maturity of ihe (ruit. For hot
hose and household plants and flowers, it
will be found an inuispensible article lo se
cure their greatest perfection. It will pre
vent and cure diseased . condition . of the
peach and grape, and is excellent for grass
and lawns.
It is composed of sneh elements as make
it adapted io the growth of all kinds 'of
crops in all kinds of soil. .
The tormnla or method of combining it
constituent fertilizing ingredients has re.
ceived the highest approval of eminent
chemists and scientific agriculturists.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural . Chemical Company
manufacinre a Phophaie ol Lime in accor
dance with a new and valuable formula by
which a very superior artirle i produced,
as io be afforded at a les price than other
manufacturers charge. Practical tepis have
proved that its value, as a lertihze., is
equal to tbe best Phosphate of Lime in I he
market.
TERMS CASH. All Orders of a Ton or
more, will be delivered at ihe Railroad
Stations and the Wharves of Shipment, free
of cartage. Cartage will be charged on all
orders of 6 barrels or less.
One doi!ar per Toe allowance for cartage
will be made on all sales delivered at the
Woiks of the Company, on Canal Wharf.
Agricultural Chemical Company's Works,
At Cannl tf'harf on the Detavcore.
Office, 4131 An b St. Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. F1TTS, General Agent.
The Company's Pamptilei Circular, cm
bracing full directions fo. ii-ing the above
Fertilizers, sent by mail, free, when re
quested. March, 8, 1865 6mo.
$ g n o, o o 6 !?is
WORTH OF
WATCHES. CHAINS, KIN US iC.
G. S. HASKINS 8c CO.,
26 JlerkmaH Strict, New Yark.
offer the following inducements to
Iluycrs of Valuable
Having ben f cr a loitg lime er.iazed
the Packet business, and established our
reputation for promptness and reliability,
and possessins great facilities for selling
Jewelry in this way, we are confident that
we can give satisfaction to all who feel
disposed io patronize ns.
650 000 WORTH OF WATCHES, DIA
mond Pins, Chains, to be sold for One
Dollar each, without regard to value, and
not to be paid lor until jou know what yon
are lo receive.
JUST LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING LIST
OF ARTICLES TO BE SOLD FOR ONE
nni.I.AR. EACH! . " "
175 Watches (handsomely engraved and
w arranted perfeVi lime keepers), varving
in prices from $20 00 to S120 Of) each."
225 Ladies' watches, solid gold bunling
cases, S55 00 each.
250 Gendemen's silver watches 15 00
to 20 00 each..
6,000 Latest style vest and neck chains,
4 50 to 30 00 each.
5,000 Gent's California Diamond Pins.
2 50 to 25 00 each.
4.000 California diamond ear drop, 2 00
lo 15 00 each.
3 000 Miniature and enajhe!Ied gent's
tcarf pins, new styles, 5 00 to 15 00 each.
2,000 Masonic and emblem pins, 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 each.
2.000 Cameo brooche, rich patterns, very
tasty, 3 00 to 60 00 each.
4 500 Florentine and Lava pins, the real
article, 4 00 to 10 00 each.
3,500 Lava and Florentine ear drops,
3 00 to 10 00 each.
3,ooo Coral ear drops, 4 00 to 6 00 each.
2.000 Ladies' Chatelaine chains, jet and
gold, 15 00 tc 20 CO each.
6,000 Gent's pins, a spfendid assortment,
2 00 to 15 0Q each.
4,000 Solitaire sleeve buttons,entirely new
st)les, 2 00 to 6 00 each.
3 000 Studs and sleeve buttons, In sets,
very rich, 3 00 to 15 00 each.
5 000 Sleeve buttons, plain. ' enamelled
and engraved, 2 00 to 8 CO each.
10,000 Plain and handsomely engraved
" rings, 8 50 to 10 00 each.-
8,000 Spring lockets, double case, licbly
enzraved, 2 CO to 15 00 each.
15,000 Sets Indies' jewelry, new and latest
styles, 6 00 to 12 00 each.
2.000 Gold pens, and handsome silver
cases, 5 00 to 10 00 each.
This entire list of beantiful and valuable
goods w ill be sold for One- Dollar Each .
Certificates of all the above articles will be
placed in envelopes, and sealed. Thee
envelopes are sent by - tmail,. as ordered,
without regard to choice. pa Jfce receipt
of the Certificate you will see what yoo
are lo have, and then il is t yoor option lo
6end one dollar and take trie article, or not.
Five Certificates can be ordertd for SI;
eleven for $2; thirty-five for S5; sixty-five
for $10; and one hundred for ,SJ5. We
will send a singje Certificate on the receipt
of 25 cents. .
G. S. HASKINS; & Co ,
Box 4270. 36 B'jekman St., N. Y.
BJaomsborg, April 5tn, 1865. ' .
Ayeis Cherry Pectoral
4 li
GRVOESTEN & CO.
r I A K O-FORT E ill A IN IjFA (JT D R EKS,
THE attention of ihe public and the trades invited to our New Scale 7 Octave Rose
wood Piano-Fortes, which for volume and purity of tone are unrivalled by any bi'herto
offered in this market. They contain all the modern improvements, French, Grand
Action, Harp Pedal. Iron Frame, Over-Strnns Bas &r., nr d eac h instrument beine made
under the personal supervision of Mr J. H. GROVESTEEN, who has had a practical ex
oerienee of over 30 years in their manufacture, is fully warrented in every particular.
The Grovesteeu Piano-Furle Received the Highest award of Merit over all othert
at the Celebrated World's Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments ftom ihe best makers of London, Paris, Germany,
Philapelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New York; and aln al the American Institute for
five successive years, Ihe gold and silver medals from both of which can be seen ai our
ware-roon. By the introduction of improvements we make a still more perlecl Piai-o
Forte, and by manufacturing largely, with a strictly cash system, are enabled lo offer
thei-e instruments at prices which will preclude all competition.
PRICES: No; 1, Seven Oclave, round corners, Rosewood plain'case J275. No. 2
Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy mouldinz S300. No. 3, Seven Oc'ave,
rouud corners. Ropewood Loui XIV stle S325, a lac simile of the above cut.
TERM. NET CASH, I IV CUR KENT FUNDS.
CsT DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SE.NT FREE.j
July 13, 1861 ly.
PUTXAM CLOTHES WRINGER.
IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
S F. L F-A DJ USTIXG H'lUXGEH.
No Wood-Work to sivdl or split No
Thumb icieips to get out of order
J Tarrant ed with or without cog-wheefs
IT took the first premium at filty-seven
State and County Fairs in 1863, and i
without any exception, the best Wringer
ever made. Patented in ihe United States,
England, Canada, and Australia. Agents
wanted in every town, and in all pans ol
the world. Energetic. Agents can make
ffom three lo len Dollars per day.
Sample Wringers sent Express paid on
receipt of price.
Nn. 2,(6.50. No I.S7.50. No. F, SS.50.
No. A, 9.50. Manufactured'am' bold,
wholesale and retail, by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO ,
No. 13 Plait Street, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
A H. FRANCISCUS, Agent,
Philadelphia, Pa.
What Everybody Knows, viz:
That iron well galvanized will not rusl.
That a simple mao'iine i better than a
complicated one. That a Wjinser fhonld
be self adjusting, durable, and efficient.
That Thumb t-crews and Fa.-tenins cause
d-lay and trouble to reaulate and keep in
1 order. That wood soaked in hot water
will swell, hhrink and split. 1 hat wood
bearings for the shall io run iti will wear
out. That the Putnam Writiger, with or
without cog wheels. will not learthe clothei.
That cog wheel regulator are not essen
tial. That ihe Putnam Wrinser has all the
advantages, and not one of the tlis?dvan
lanes above named. That all who have
tested it, pronounce it the b;st Wringer
ever made. That it will wring a THREAD
or a BED QUILT without alteration.
We might fill the paper with lesiimoni
al. but insert only a few io convince ihe
skeptical, if such there be; anil we say to
all, test Putnam's Wiinyer. Tet it thor
oughly with any and all others, and if not
entirely satisfactory, remrn it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Gentlemen I know from practical
experience that iron well galvanized with
inf will noi ovidize or rut one particle.
The Putnam Wringer is as near perfect a
pcscible, and I can cheerfully recsmmend
it to be ihe best in use.
Repec tlnlly vonrP,
JOHN W. WHEELER,
Cleveland, Ohio
Many years experience in the galvaniz
ing business, enable me to endorse the
above s:alement in all particular
JNO C. LEFFERTS".
No. 100 HeeKmai Si.
New York, January, 1864.
We have tested Putnam's Clothes Wring
er by practical working, and know that it
will do. Il is cheap, il is simple, il requires
no room whether at work or at rest; a child
can operate it It does its duty thoroughly.
It saves lime and it saves wear and tear.
We earnestly advise all who have much
washing lodo, with all intelligent persons
who may have any, to buy this Wringer.
It will pay lor iiself in a year a most.
HORACE GREELEY.
July 6, 1864, ly.
. II. STOIINER,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER
II
AS always on hand and for sale Freh
BREAD, CAKES, and TILS;
Freuchand Domestic Confections
in srea' and splendid variety ; Nuts Fruits,
and everything usually found in a first
class confectionery fetors.
He would call especial attention to tits
newly received stock of
PICKLED FRUITS, AND JELLIES.
Haviog recently fitted up a new and
elegaut
Ice Cream Saloon,
on the first floor, Iwo doors west of Eyer
& Moyer's Drug store, he is prepared lo
wail upon hi many ca-tomers with FIRST
CLASS ICE-CREAM as cheap as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parties,
and Picnics with Ice Cream, Confectionery (
&c. at reasonable rate.
Bloomsburg, April 26, J865.
Claim Agency.
THE nndtfrsigned desires io call atten
tion of the public to his facilities of obtain
ing Pensions, Bounties (Local and Govern
ment) Bounty Land for Soldiers,
Settlement of officer's Account!., fic. Dis
charged Soldiers oi their he.irs can gel theit
"full bounties,
though generally they have ieceived pi it.
No charges for information, nor unless
claim is secured.
Office with E. H. Little Kq., in white
frame building below Exchange Hotel.
C. H. BROCK WAY.
mum!11 x'mmn
S :-.-i7f.."iC-.;H-
JYcio Clothing Stove.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
rM1E nndersigned respectfully informs
his friend and the public generally,
that he ha just received from ihe Eastern
Citie, a larse assortment of
CLOTHING,
Fresh from the seal of Fashion, of all
sorts, sizes and quantities, which will be
sold cheap lor cash or country produce.
-ALSO,
!I I I S A IMPS
BOOTS AND SU0ES.gg5,
Together with a variety of no
lions and ihitis too troutdesome to numer
ate, to which he invites ihe attention of pur
chaser. Et1" Ue is also prepared to make us
clothing to order, on reasonable termp,
and up to the fate-it fashions.
CSCall and examine our Mock of fronds.
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Bloomsbnr, Jnne 7. 1865.
JUillcfs Store.
OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
ffMIE sniscriber ha jusl returned from
- t tie cities with another large and select
assort ment of
Fall and Winter Goods.
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
al ihe lowest figure, and which he i deter
mined to sell on as moderate terms a-- can
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
Hi slock comprises
L.1DIE' MiESS GOODS.
of Ihe chcieei-t styles and latest fashions,
looether with a larue assortment of
DRY-GOODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
AND VEST1NGS.
ALSO,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE-.
QUE E N S W A R E . CEDAR W A R F,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS, IRON.
HOOTS SHOES, HATS OAPS.fl-c:
In tdion, everything usually ke.it in conn
try tores, io which he ihvd es t c attention
of iIih public generally.
The hiheM price will be pa'd for coun
try produce, ii. exchange for good.
STEPHEN H. MILLER
Bloomsbnra, Oct 12, 1K64.
&,JAME ROBINSON,.
Clock and Watch ilSaher,
AND IMPOKTEH OK
Vjiiche, Jewrlry V Fri ncti 'I imc -Plrcrs
Al-SO MtTFACTUKKR OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
TED WARE,
COLD SILVER $ STEEL.SPLCT.iCLES
No. 1031 Markil Street, In low Eltvnth.
North Side,
PAILA DELPHI A.
Clocks, Waicltes tni. Jewelry neatly rc
pjirei at the honest notice.
Gildinii and Plating, of all descriptions,
done neatly lo order.
8" N. B. Masonic, Odd Fellow's and
o'her emblematic Marks, made and En
graved to order.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OP
riiMi OFEUA A A If MV
FRENCH, EN G US I $ AMERI
CAN CEO( K,
TACLE AND 1'OtKKT Cl'TI.El V,
Army Corps
c$. rv)Cct'P:5 g For sa lr
AND MADE TO ORDER.
No. 1031 Market S'ree;, 3J door below
Eleventh, North side.
March 26, 1S65.
AND
C O N F ECT1 ONEUY S TORE.
H. C. Christman,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citi
zens of Bloomsburg and vicinity lhai
he has jnst opened a new Refreshment Sa
loon and Confectionery Store, on Main-st ,
second door below ihe "American House'
where he intends supplying all who may
cive him their c?ustom with FRESH OYS
TERS, Clam Soup, Sardines. Boiled Egas,
Ham, Tripe Pigs' Feel, Dried Herrin2,vc i
He will alo keep on nand a tuperior ar
licle of DRAUGHT ALE, PortcT, Lagcrbc'er,
and SaraparilU : together with a goot as
sortmenl of Candies, Sweetmeats, Cukes.
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco. In conuec
lion with this saloon lie fta fitted i:p a La
dies Depatttnerit, where all who n.ay de
sire can call for Oyfters and Relrehmen t
ami will be liee from all annoyances an
indecencies that ladies are loo often ex
posed o in some of our best rodaurants.
Don't fail l give hirn a call.
H.C CUIUS I'M AN, Proprietor
F.loom-burg, Oot. J2. IS61.
(OXti;YAXtl, NEATLY AND
J PROMPTLY DONE by C. G.BARK-
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June 7. 1S6S. ' PHILADELPHIA.
National Foundry.
KloomlMir?, Columbia tc,
"I'n.? stibribjr, projneior of the above
named extensive etablishuien!, is now
prepared lo receive orfer for xll kinds of
machinery, for COLLERI ES. BLAST FPR
N AC ES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS
THRESH IMG MACHINES, &c, &lc.
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size and pattern, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first -class Foundries
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workman, wairant him in receiving the)
largest contracts op the most reasonable
terms.
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exchan-je for castings.
te" Thn establishment is located near
'he Lackawanna Railroad Depoi.
PETER BILLMEYER.
Bloomsburg, Sepi. f, 1P63.
GROCERY STORE.
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
Jlorc I'ri'sli Ciood.
Just received at Henry Gigcf?
New
Store: MOLASSES, SLUJ AKS.
TEAS, COFFEE, RICE. SPICES,
FISH, SALT, RAISIN,
TOBAOCO, SEOAKS,
CANDIES, NOTINNs, Tovs,
FEED AND PROVISIONS,
Together with a great variety of notion
&c , loo numerous to mention.
BUTTER, G GS, MET,
and t'roduce senerally, taken in exchansc
for cooils. The b?t market price will b
allowed. Give him a call.
henrV GIGER.
Bloom-burg, April 26, L865
JVT E W M USIC" FlTNERAL MARCH, it
' ihe memory of Abraham Lincoln. th
Mariyr Presided By Mr. E A. Psk v
uriisT, Auihor of ''Richmond i Ours,''
'The Soldier'- Dying Farewell," "Oh,
send me one Flower from his Grave." "No
Slave beneath thai Starry Flar." etc., etc.
This March in very solemn and in.pressive.,
Prico 30 centa ; wnh Vigneite of the Presi
dent, 60 rents Mailed free. Publisher,
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