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STAR OF THE NORTH
.THINGS ABOUT TOWN & COUNTRY.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1S65.
Thk publication of the Sullivan Co. Demo
crat baa been rasameJ after a temporary
BUpcnsioQ. t .
We notice that Sheriff Snyder oflera fire
collars reward (or John Braheny,- who es
caped from Jail oa the 4th inst. '
Governor Curlin has signed the bill
passed at the last session of the Legislature
providing for the organization of a reserve
brigade of olanteer9 in Philadelphia,
Th showers on Tuesday last interfered
somewhat with harvesting- Our farmers are j
getting pretty well along with the gathering
of their crops.
William H. Abbott, Esq., has utuck out
his "shingle" in the town of Catawissa,
this county. He ought to do welt there
See bis "card" in another column.
Thco. McDowkll Price, the wonderfal
and daring wire-walker of Colombia coun
ty, gave one of his exhibitions in Jersey
Shore on the 4ih of July.
... Col. Wellington H. Ent's OraiSon, de
livered in Jackson township, on the Fourth,
will appear in the next issue of the Stab.
It will be read with considerable intercut.
Rear-Admiral Samuel F. Dopont, the
hero of Port Royal and a veteran sailor, died
suddenly in Philadelphia on Friday morn
ins last, tie wt-tt natia of Bergen, N. J.
Several of onr town boja have returned
home from the army within the past-week.
Among the number we notice our young
ifemocratic friend, Jno. H. Randol, of the
148ih P. V. He looks well.
Tub "Fourth'? was pretty generally cele
brated thin year all over the country, every
village, borough, and city, had its celebra
tion. This speaks strongly in favor of a
'permanent and lasting peace about to be
established between the North and South.
-Wh have been informed that "Old Reese"
expressed a wish that he had been invited
to address the Jackson Celebration. No
-doubt be would like to be seen in good
company, Lul the Jackson people do not
associate - with wolves nor touch uoclecn
r rom an item in tne last JicpuMican we
suspect 4 Old ."Reese" said something at the
Greenwfvod Celebration of which he is
ashamed and extored a promise from the
Republican editor not to tell it. We learned
. front some of his hearer that much had
f 3 .J ri .ni.l r f ...'K...K 1 1 . M r r r nal am..-l .
bis everyday teaching is disgraceful and
: will cast shams upon all who accept bis
'doctrines, but that he should be ashamed is
mont aaroniultiig ; hi prospect for eternity
must have 'arisen before his mind as he
pronoanced hi base anathemas upon the
44 Jdckfon Confederacy
Fatal Railroad Accident. Engine Union
owned by D. L. & W. R. R. Co. exploded
near Oxford, New Jersey, Thursday night
last, instantly killing Capt: W. Hall, engin
eer, and his Fireman, and severely injuring
brakesman, who was passing wood, and
Mr. Harris, Telegraph repairer, who tva in
the bazgag-9 car asleep. The Engine wa
attached to the "night Express, and was
xuantng about 30 mile per hour, wh9n the
explosion took place. Members of the 232d
Pa. vol.. will recollect Capt. Hall as com
mander of Co. I, from Scracton, connected
with that Regiment. - Com. -
IIenbT C. Barton1, of this county, met
with a serious accident, on Monday t e 26ih
ult., while passing over the Washington
Branch Railroad near the city of Baltimore.
The car upon which Mr. Barton and other
passenger were riding, struck broken
freight car which was standing close ly the
track, knocking a portion of the siding in,
instantly killing Rev. Thomas H. B, Austiu,
. of Baltimore, and breaking the right arm of
Mr- Uarton above and below the elbow.
Several other passengers were huxj but not
seriously. Dr. C F. Harrison of this place,
wai sent for and went on to visit the patient
at the earliest moment.' Mr. Barton has
eince returned to his home, in Centre town
Thi Fodbth of Jclt Celebration in Green
wood by the Apostles of Negro suffrage and
hite svffeiinf, is reported, by impartial at
tendants, as an absolute failure. Their on
to Teat into a rage about the celebration
i Jackson, and abused himself terribly in
a vain effort lo injure what he 'called the
"Jackson Confederacy." Go it ye minister
of negro philanthropy and follower of Abra
J:an?.wb.o died opon the cro?s at ForcT i Tke
tlitt u willing sacrifice to bia country ; yon
may eon.5 t jtf ? receive your reward and
TZtt J3 Abraham' bosom, but remember
.bat truthful tzpng "Show me a nest of
Abolitionists, and I'll show, yon a neet of
Ths editor of ihe Republican is beeoro-ns
indignant toward certaia c!2s 0. Ba ftfld
ays : becaui3 ha endeavors. :o advance
the interests of the carAT ClxioS instead of
a clique, they threaten to withhold UoTniZ-,
(him), their patronage and aopporl." How
insolent a cor sometimes grows I This,
"clique" of which the Republican speaks, is
composed cf the men, who rescued the in
solent editor from inevitable poverty, and
ctarlcd him on new ground, with thuir cap
ita!. Their money purchased the material
for him and gave him a chance to earn an
honest living. They raised him ' from' the
position cf a quack doctor, and expected to
make a man of him ; fcet how .great the
fat Jura ! However, hit them vgi'm, Mr. Edi
tor, "v'?y J-hcMJ lve know:, belter. -
In eveiy election District where it has ex
tensively circulated, the ReDablican vote
ha increased Republican. r . f
i This is not much to boast on. if correct
Let us examine some of the figures. We
will lake seven townships ; of which four
of them mostly poll a Republican majority ;
viz: Bloom, Briarcreek, Catawissa, Centre,
Greenwood, Mifflin and Scott. The Repub
lican vote of these townships in 1858 num
bered 920 and in 1864, 956, tin increase in
six years of 36 vote I This is a big thing to
boast of just six votes a year of. an increase!
We presume the Republican circulates more
'exJensively" in these districts than any
others in the county. We are quite sure
we can not take seven of the other districts
and find in theii as much as six ofja gain
for the Republican ticket in the same nura- 1
ber of years. Bat we will not show np the
figures for fear the astute editor might "go
back on us" with the plea that the Republi
can did not "circulate extensively" in those
It will, require but a minute to examine
into the condition of the ' Democratic in
crease in the name seven townships above
named since If! 58 up to the, vote of 1864.
We find in the Fall of 1858 the Democratic
vote in those districts was 689 and last Fall
it was 1129; on increase, in the six years of
AAQ votes t So much for the influence of
the Republican wherejt "extensively circu
lates." Here is an evidence of its being a
failure instead of a success. The opposition
party cast a. lighter vote last Fall for Abra
ham Lincoln in this county than tbey polled
for their candidates before the Republican
was established. Yet. this, sapient editor
talks about making the"people intelligent,"
"giving them facts bearing upon the great
issues before the country," "acquainting
them with the principles of the Republican
party," and ' teach them what i right and
there need to no fears of the result." Good
heavens! This is wbat yon have been at
tempting to do for the last nine years and
have accomplished nothing. The people
in the " back townships" have been too
'intelligent'' Tor you ; instead of making
converts to your ruinous and dangerous
principles, yon have assisted in swelling the
Democratic ranks. Yon are a bad teacher,
not worth your board, and -the sooner the
Republican party get rid of you -in this
county the better it will be for their pockets
bot not so good for the Democratic party.
The promulgation of false doctrines by yon
amongst our poople tends to make them
search for truth, right and justice, and the
result is an increased Democratic vote every
general election. Truly, the Republican is
"slowly working its way into public favor
Teg Fourth in Bloomsburg was not very
generally observed. The places of. busi
ness were, to a certain extent, closed, as has
been the custom heretofore. Save the
cracking and snapping of a few fire crack
ers there was r otbing in this place to re
mind ore of the great national anniversary.
The Loyalists contented themselves by re
maining quiet, allowing the day to pafs
without making any demonstrations what
ever. Probably that was in accordance with
their consciences when they reflect back a
few years cn!y, to refresh their memory,
that thfy had no part nor lot in establishing
the 4'h of July, which was done by our
forefathers, the founders of Democracy.
The Democrats of the town, or at least a
respectable cumber of them, participated
in celebrations elsewhere, as they bad a
perfect riht to do. The Fourth of July
and .the . Declaration of Independence are
Democratic property that constitute pretty
nearly the last wreck left us by the Loyalists
of all our heritage of freedom. The great
Bird of Liberty has been suffering from
strangnlation at the bloody hands of this
Loyal party for the last four years; but on
the 4th she assumed bar furmer proud po
6i ion before tho American people, in all
her effulgence and glory , flapping her broad
ntrong wings, and screaming at the top of
ber voice, declaring that we were once
more enjoying "peace, prosperity, and the
pursuits of happ iness." The work of death
and destruction has about ceased, and it is
hoped that in a short time all the machinery
of this Government, social, political, or
otherwise, may be set in perfect working
order. The President is receiving the
hearty support of all conservative Union
loving people throughout the land. His acs,
thus far, pretty nearly, have been such as
to entitle him la the commendation of all
honest thinking and right-minded people.
The opportunity is afforded Mr. Johnson to
make for himself a record honored and es
teemed above that of any other man living
or dead. His ability is net questioned.
Will he apply it in. the proper direction, is
yet to be seen. It is hoped he will.
The Republican of Mast week says t "ire
have finished op that job," (the . war).
What an arrant ass, falsifier, as well as cow
ard this Dr. John is ! He help finish up the
war, indeed ! Why, the man was one of
the most prominent, in Bloomsborg to get
others to go, and thereby be permitted to stay
at home himself. While the two "copper
head" editors of this town were carrying
muskets in defence of their country, he was
at home writing slanderous articles far his
smut machine or playing the now historical
part of Thomas Dunn. Com.
Wk have learned that Wm. M. Hanley, a
Soldier, who wa badly beaten at Berwick
for declaring tha" he was entitled to bis vote,
and should give it to Ceo. B. McClellan,
has returned bone with his honorable dis
cbarge and" hin. wounds. He was dis
charged on the Jlth inst., and was at Dan
ville oo Sunday,, well and beany. Shame
"n the cowirds who struck him !
The Cambra County Democratic Conven
tion nominated, on the 30 lz?!-f Host. C. L.
Pershing, as tlwiir candidate for the. Legis
lature. Mr. Perihing has ably and faithful
ly represented that . District for five ot six
years, and there Is no doubt he will bs re
elected at the coming election. He was one
of the ablest me a in the House last winter.
Hok. Alex. Akdebsoh has been renomi
nated by the Peciocracy of Armitrocj conn
ty. ' He will bg-;reelccied..
Attorney at Jjavr,
Office on Main Street, CATAWISSA,
Columbia county, Pa.
July 12, 1865. 3ra.
U. S. 7-30 LOAIVT"
By authority of the Secretary of the
Trea?urt, the undersigned, the General
Subscription Agent for the sale of United
States Securities, offers to the public the
third series of Treasury Notefr, bearing
seven and three-tenths per cent, interest
per annnm, known as the
Thase notes are issued under date of
July 15, 1865, and are payable three years
from that date in currency, or are convert
ible at the option of the holder into
U. S. 5-20 Six per cent.
These Bonds are now worth a handsome
premium, and are exempt, as are all the
Government Bonds,ron Slate, County , and
Municipal taxation, which adds from one to
three-per cent. per unnum 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 interest at 7.30 per cent, amounts to
One cent per day on a $50 note.
Two cents 44 44 44 $100 41
Ten 44 44 4' 44 $500 44
20 44 44 44 44 S1000 44
SI 4f 44 44 44 $ 50 0 0 44 -
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-Thirties already sold, except that
the Government reserves lo itself the op
tion of paying interest in gold coin at 6
per cent., instead 7.3-lOths in currency.
Subscribers will deduct the interest in cur
rency opto July 15th,. at the time when
The delivery of the notes of this third
6erie of the Seven-thirties will commence
on the 1st of June, and will be made
promptly and conlinuo u!yafter that date.
The slight change made'in the conditions
of this THIRD SFRIES affects only the
matier of interest The payment ir. gold,
if made, will be equivalent to the currency
interest of he higher rate.
The return to specie payments, in the
event of which only will the option to pay
interest in Gold be availed of, would so re
duce and eqoalizn prices that purchases
made with six per cent, in gold would be
fully equal to those made with seven and
three tenths per cent, in currency. This i3
" The Only Loan i;i Market
NTow offered by the .Government, and its
superior adantat;es make it the
Great Popular Loan of the People.
Less than $230,000,000 of the 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 Vithin sixty days, when the notes will
undoubtedly command a premium, as has
uniformly been the case on closing '.he
subscriptions to othcr'Loans.
x In order that citizens of every town and
section of the country may be afforded fa
cilities fo r taking the loan, te National
Banks, State Bai.ks, and Private 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 thev receive ord rs.
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Subscriptions will be received by lh
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMS
BURG AND THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK PF BERWICK.
May 24, 1865.
S TO R E !
THIS ESTABLISHMENT OFFERS TO
THE TUBLIC AT
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
A VERY LARGE STOCK of Superior
Family GROCERIES and all things to li e
upon in the line of necessaries and luxuries.
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE,
SPICE. &c. DRIED FRUIT OF
ALL KINDS. FLOUR, PORK, HAMS,
- DRIED BEEF, BUTTER, CHEESE,
CRACKERS, FISH, SALT,
AND ALL THAT. Time and space will
not admit of an enumeration of the endless
variety of Goods which I offer for sale.
It is my intention to supply the wants of
the people, and to that end shall lend all
my energies, giving to them at all times,
itie benefit ot a decline in the market.
Having purchased largely and for Cash,
since the great decline in Gold, 1 am ena
bled to sell at correspondingly low prices.
E&TCJ1SH PAID FOR EGGS.
' LAYTON BUN VAN.
Bloomsburg, May 22, 1865.
Estate of Silas Jackson, late of Sugarloaf lvrp.t
Columbia county, dee'd.
1 ETTEKS testamentary oo the estate of
I- Silas Jackson, late of Sugarloaf town
ship, Columbia county, deceased, have
been granted bv the Register of saidcoun
ly to DAVID LEWIS residing in SugarJoaf
township, Columbia co. All persons hav
ing claims against the estate of the dece
dent are requested to psent them forset
lement, and those indebted to the estate
are revested to make immediate payment.
DAVID LEWIS, Executor.
May 10,1865. pd. $3.
OLD THINGS BIADE NEW-
A PAMPHLET directing how to speedily
restore tight and give up Spectacles,
without aid of doctor or medicine Sent
by mail, free, on rece ipt af 10 cents. Ad
dress, E. B.. FOOTE,AL D.
1130 Broadway, New York.
Feb I, 185-Srao.
Agricultural Chemical Co.'s
THE Fertilizers prepared by the Agri
cultural Chemical Co., (a Company cha
tered by the Legislature ot - Pennsylvania
with a capital of 5250,000,) have been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, for the Farmer, Gar
dener and Fruit grower, of all concentarted
manures now offered in any market. The
Compaoj 's list embraces the following
This Fertilizer is composed of nigh'i
soil and the ferlilizirg gents of urine,
combined chemical! and mechanically
with other valuable lertilizing agents and
It is reduced to a pulverulent condition ;
ready for immediate rise, and without Iom
of its h ighly nitrogenous fertilizing proper
ties. Its universal applicability to all crops
and soils, and its durability and active
qualities, are well known to be all thai ag
riculturists can desire.
CII EM I CxVlTcOMPO ST,
The Fertilizer is largely composed of
animal matter, such . as meat, bone, fish,
leather, and wool, together with chemicals
ar.d inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
the mass, and retain the nitrogenous ele
ments. It is . very valuable fertilizer for' field
crops generally, and especially tor potatoes
and garden purposes.
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheap
ness, have made it very popular with al!
who have nsed it.
This highly phosphate fertilizer is par
ticularly adapted far the cultivation of trees
iruits, lawns and flowers. It will promote a
very vigorous and healthy growth of v. ood
fruit, and largely increase the quantity and
perfect the maturity of the lruit. 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 conditions of the
peach and grape, and is excellent for grass
It is composed of such elements as make
it ada pted to the growth of all kinds of
crops in all kinds of soil.
The tormnla or method of combining its
constituent fertilizing ingredients has re
ceived the highest approval of eminent
chemists and scientific agriculturists.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Chemical Company
manufacture a Phophate 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 les price than other
manufacturers charge. Practical tesis have
proved that its value, as a fertilizer, is
equal to the best Phosphate of Lime in J the
TERMS CASH. A!l Orders qf a Ton or
more, will be delivered at the Railroad
S'alions and the Wharves of Shipment,lree
of cartage. Cartage will be charged on all
orders of 6 barrels or luss.
One dm!ar per Ton allowance forcarlnge
will be made on all sales delivered at the
Works of the Company, on Canal Wharf.
Agricultural Chemical Company's Works,
At Canal ff'hrrf on the De'aveare. ,
Office, 413J Arch St. Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. F1TTS, General Aent.
The Company's Pamphlet Circular, em
bracing fuIJ directions for u-ing the above
Fertilizers, sent by mail, free, when re
quested. March 8 1865 6mo.
WITHIES, CHA1XS, RIXGS.
G. S. HASKINS 8c CO.,
SG Hefkman Slrtet, New York.
offer the following iixlncements to
Buyers ol Valuable
1 1 a ving bten f or a long iinie er.ijaod
the Packet business, and established our
reputation for prcmptnpss anil reliability,
and possessing grt at facilities for selling
Jewelry in thi w y, we are confident liiai
we can give satUlaction to all who feel
disposed to patronize us.
650 000 WORTH OF WATCHES, DIA
mond Pins, Chains, In he sol. I lor One
Dollar each, without regard lo value, and
rot to be paid for umil you know what you
are lo 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, $i5 .00 each.
250 Gen. le men's silver watches 15 00
to 20 00 each.
6,000 Latest sty le vest and neck chains,
4 5C 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
to 15 00 each.
3 000 Miniature "and enamelled gent's
tcarf pins, new styles, 5 00 lo 15 00 each.
2,000 Masonic and emblem pins, 3 00 lo
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 brooches, rich patterns, very
tasty, 3 00 to 60 00 each.
4 500 Floientine 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.
3,000 Coral ear drcps, 4 00 to 6 00 each
2,000 Ladies' Chatelaine chains, jet and
gold, 15 00 tc 20 00 each.
6,000 Gem's pins, a splendid assortment,
2 00 to 15 00 each. .
4,000 Solitaire sleeve buttons,onlircIy new
styles, 2 00 to 5 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 00 each.
10,000 Plain and handsomely engraved
rings, 2 50 to 10 00 each-
8,000 Spring lockets, double case, richly
engraved, 2 00 to 15 00 each.
15,000 Seis ladies' jewelry, new and latett
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 beautiful and valuable
goods will be sold for One Dollar Each
Certificates of all the above articles will be
placed in envelopes, and sealed. The?e
envelopes are seat by mail, as urdered,
without reaard to choice. On the receipt
of the Certificate you will see what you
are to have, and then it is at your option lo
6end one dollar and take the article, or not.
Five Certificates can be ordered for SI;
eleven for $2; thirty-five for $5; sixty-five
for 810; and one hundred for 515. We
will send a single Certinoate on the receipt
of 25 cents.
G. S. HASKINS & Co ,
Box 4270. 38 Beekman St., N. Y.
Bloomsburg, April 5th, 1865.
Ayefs Cherry Pectoral.
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fjT DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SE.NT FUEE.
July 13, 1864. ly. .
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No Wood-Work to siodl or split No
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IT took lh first premium al liity-cevsn
Slate and County Fairs in 1863, and i
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England, Canada, and Australia. Aneuts
wanted in every town, and in all parts ol
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Sample Wringers sent Express paid on
receipt of price.
No. 2, S6.50. No. 1, S7.50. No. F, p. 50.
No. A, 9.50. Manufactured am' sold,
wholesale and retail, by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO ,
No. 13 Piatt Street, N. Y. & Cleveland, O.
A. H. FRANCISCUS, Aent,
What Everybody Known, viz :
That iron well alvaaized will not rust.
That a simple machine i better tliitu a
complicated ohp. That a Wringer should
be self-adjusting, durable, and efficient.
That Thumb screws and Fastening cause
d-;lay and trouble to regulate and keep in
order. That wood soaked in hot water
will swell, shrink and split. Ihatv.uod
barin for the shaft lo run in will wear
out. That the Putnam Wringer, with or
without ro wheels, wil! not tear the clothe-).
That coz wheel regulators are not essen
tial. That lh-J Putnam Wringer has all the
advantages, and not one of ihe disadvan
tages above named. That all who have
tested it, pronounce it the bjst Wringer
ever made. That it will wring a THREAI
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We might fill tho paptr with testimoni
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skeptical, if such there be; and we say in
all, icst Putnam's Wiinger. Test it thor
oughly with any and all others, and if not
etilnely sati-factory, return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co.
Gentlemen I know from practical
experience ttiat iron well galvanized with
zinc will not oxidize or rust one particle.
The Putnam Wringer is as near perfect a
possible, and I can cheerfully recomine'td
it lo be the best in nse.
JOHN W. WHEELER,
Many years experience in the galvaniz
ing business, enable me to endorse ihe
above statement in all particulars.
JNO. C. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 Beekman 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 require
no room whether at work or at rest; a child
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It saves time and it saves wear and tear.
We earnestly advise all who have much
washing to do, with all intelligent persons
who may have any, to buy this Wiinger.
It will pay lor itself in a year a mori.
. HORACE GREELEY.
July 6, 1861, ly.
B. II. STOIINEK,
RAKElt AND CONFECTIONER
HAS always on hand and for sale Fiet.Ii
BREAD, CAKES, and PIES;
French and Domestic Confections
in area: and splendid variety ; Nnts Fruits,
and everything usually found in a first
class confectionery store.
He would call especial attention lo his
newly received stock of
PICKLED FRUITS, AS D JELLIES.
Haviog recently fitted up a new and
Ice Cream Saloon,
on the first floor, two doors west of Eyer
&. Moyer's Drug store, he is prepared to
wait upon his many customers with FIRST
CLASS ICE-CREAM as cheap as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parties,
and Picnics with Ice Cream, Confectionery,
&c. at reasonaoie rate.
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1865.
THE undersigned desires, lo call atten
tion af the public to his facilities of obtain
ing Pensions, Bounties (Local atni Govern
ment) Bounty Lands for Soldiers,
Settlement of oiucer's Accouu'a, &c. Dis
charged Soldiers oi their he'in can get iheit
though generally trwy have received pa rl.
No charges for information, not uuleos
claim is secured.
Office wi:h E. H. Lillle Esq., in white
frame building below Eschanse Hotel.
C. H. BROCKWAY.
Bloomtburg April 5, 1?65 ly.
mm i. imi--"- . 7
JYcic Clothing Store.
LATEST STYLES CHEAP GOODS.
TSUIE undersigned respectfully informs
I his friends and the p-ublic generally,
that he has just received from the Eastern
Ciliof, a large assortment of
Fresh from the seat of Fa-hion, of all
sorts, size- and quantities, which will be
sold cheap for cash or country produce.
A L S O,
COOTS AM) SHOES.
feicw. Tn'rpiher with a vartctv ot no
lions and things too troublesome to numer
ate, to which he invites the attention of pur
chaser. He is also prepared to make us
clothing to order, on reasonable ttrmp,
and up to the latent fashions.
LFX'all and examine our stock of godt".
ANDREW J. EVANS.
Blonmsburg, June 7, IH65.
GF FALL AM V.IXrEK CO'JDS. -
ffllE subscriber has ju.-t relumed from
- the cities with another large and belcct
Fail and IFinlir Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York,
at thu lowest figure, and vhich he in deter
mined 10 sell on as moderate terms as cati
be procured elsewhere in Bloom-burg.
Hi stcck compPi-es
LAD IE' DRESS GOODS,
of the ciicieer-t styles and latest fa.-hions,
to'wtfie.r with a larse assortment of
DUY-COODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
9 AND VISSTINGS.
QUE F.NS W A UK. CEDA HW A UK.
HOLLOW WARE. N AILS. 1IION.
HOOTS A" SHOES. HATS CAl'S.-c.
In short, every thing u-ually kept in coun
try iiores, to which he invd es l e eltcntiou
of the public -generally.
I he highest price will be pa'J for coun
try produce, in cxcl-anca lor coud.
STEPHEN H. MILLER
Ploornsbutg, Oct. 12, 164
Clock iiznl Y&'alcli
AND IMPORTER OF
Wuiches, Ji-wchy V French l irac Tltct s
ALSO 5M IFACTCKKtl OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
GOLD SILVER $ STEEL SPECTAfLES,
No. 1031 Market Street, biloic Elevnlh.
Clocks, Watc! s ojid Jewelry nea'.Iy re
paired at the s!n)riet notice.
Gitdins and Plating, of all descriptions,
done neatly toorJer.
LsT N. P. Masonic, Odd Fellow's and
other emblematic Marks, made and Eu
;raved to order.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Ffii5-; OI" ft t A Afti SVY
FRENCH, ENGLISH 4. AMERI
CAN CLO( K
TABLE AND PCl'KCT CUTlEl V,
T"r"jCrjrTR:g-.7 For aalc.
AND MADE TO ORDER.
No. 1031 Market Sireet, 3 1 door below
Eleventh, North side.
March 26, 1S65.
KEFK ESEMEIKT SA LOOIV
II. C. Christian,
T ESPECTFULLY announces to the citi---zens
of Bloomsburg and vicinity thai
he has just opened a new Refreshment Sa
loon and Confectionery Store, on Main-st ,
second door below the ''American House,"
where he intend.? supplying all who may
give hira their custom with FRESH OYS
TERS, Clam Soup, Sardines, Boiled Egs,
Ham, Tripe, Pigs' Feet, Dried Herring, &c.
He will also keep on hand a superior ar
ticle of DRAUGHT ALE, Porter, Ln-crbccr,
and Sarsaparilla : together with a good as
sortmcnt of Can lies, Sweetmeats, Cakes,
Cigars and Chewing Tobacco. In connec
tion with this saloon he has fitted up a La
dies' Department, where all cvho tr.ay de
sirs can call for Oysters and RefresPnicn t
and will bs free from all annoyances an
indecencies that ladies are 100 often ex
posed to in some of"onr best restaurants.
Don'l fail to give- him a call.
H. C CHKISTM AN, Proprietor
ftlootmbnrg, Oei. 12, ISR4.
CONVEYAX'CaXC;, NEATLY a n d
PROMPTLY DONE, by C. G. KAUK
T,EY,'Au?rny'at LrvB!o::nb ir. Pa.
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. Address, GLOSS P. R ENN'ER & WELSH,
430 Che-tnut Street.
Jutirf 7, 1965. PHILADELPHIA.
?!ooniJi;r,z, Columbia Co.
"SVie ssb-ribjr, proprietor of the sbov
uame i extensive etariisumen!, is nova
prepared 10 receive orders for nil kinds r.
machinery, for COLLEiUES, BLAST FUR
NAC ES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILL
THRESHIMG MACHINES, &c, &c.
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ihing usually made in first-class Fouudric?
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the Lackawanna Railroad DpM.
C'oomsburg, Sept. 9, 1603.
ON MAIN SIREET, BLOOMSBURG.
ITSorc 5"'reli Ciood.
Just received at Henry Giger's Net
Storf: MOLASSES, SUUAHS.
TEAS, COFFEE, RICE, SPICE?
.FISH. SALT, RAISIN
CANDIES, NOTINNs,' Tors.
FEED AXD PROVISIONS,
XnTjlh(r ivilli a cnal rofiflv nf Unlinn
KC., too numerous to mention.
BUTTER GGS, ME XT,
and Produce generally, taken in exch.it.
for oods. The best markbl price will b
allowed, oive him a call.
Bloomsburg, April 26, ltifio.
JVTKW MUSIC FUNERAL' MARCH, t
'''tho romory of Abraham Lincoln th
Martyr President, By Mrs. E. A. PakiJ
nuKbT, Auther if "Richmond 1- Ours.
"The Soldier'- Dy in Furewil," O.'
tejH me one Flower from his Grave." VN
Slave beneath thnt Starry Fla2," etc.'eii
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