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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 18 September 1861

. BLOOM SB URQ, Ph. f. - Wedacsday Homing, Septus, -)SL 4 : v'Wi' have been necessarily co'm pelted to lay over a number of interesting anicTes'uh- fit Anr IIAVt IMdlla J VUa IIVAl OJUW , f. A circus was In town 6'n Thursday1 last 4 ind' notwithstanding the" hard iffnea'it'vfas ' well attended. . ' 'A ri " - " i Pt Jl : ii C t. I.I i l.e union iu. a.iuuai rmr .win nciu jon Thursday, Friday an '3d, 4th and 5ih. . id Saturday October r Robkkt H ag tK blch, f upervisor,' Is doing "tome work opoti Main 'street which has "already added considerably to its appear 'suice. Mr. H, understand his ; business, and is ever ready to prosecute' it. ' 'Prof. Pricb, the tight wire walker, gave "a 'performance upon his'wire, iu this place 'on last Saturday ,Swith coin pTata success. He is a .skillful wire-walker. He is now firing performances through the country. '; Every married and finale lady in the State ''of Pennsylvania should knit a pair of good 'strong wooleu socks for the volunteers now 'in ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 18 September 1861

.MARK THESE FACTS ! THE TESTIMONY OF THE WORLD; H Ot LO WAY'S O 1 NT M E NT. BADa LEGS. BAD BRE ATS, SORES ... AND ULCERS. AH description tf sores are remediable by the proper and diligent ore of this ines timable preparalioa. To aitmpl to cure bad legs by plastering the edges of the woond.togther is a folly ; for should the skio oniie, a bosxy Jisd dondiiion re mains underneath, to break cut with tenfold nry in few days. The only rationanl and successful treatment, as indicated by nature, is to redoce the inflaroa.ioo ia and about the wound and te soothe the neighboring parts by robbing in jenty of the Ointment as salt -is forced into meat. DIPTHERIA, ULCERATED SORE ; THROAT, AND SCARLET AND OTHER FEVERS. Any of the above diseases may be eored by well robbing the Ointment three times a day imo the chest, throat and neck of the patient; it will soon penetrate, and give immediate relief. Medicine taken by the month most operate upon the whole sys tem ere i s influence can be felt in ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 September 1861

, ,," t ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .,-. ' - '(-.:. ;.-s.r. 5.-..::l- , .,-.' 011 r 1 1 ly. U. JACOB Y, Proprietor.. Truth aiid lUsht God and our-Country Two Dollars per Annua. VOLUME 13. - BLOOMS BURG, COLUMJ5IA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25, LS61. NUMBER 38. 1 j J . U; .11. iiiic STAR OF THE NORTH FOBLISHXD XYBBT WXDZtBiTO AT. BT" ". V . ' ; Offlce on BaInSt.,Sr( Sparc fielow Jflarktf. TERMS Two Dollars per annum it paw? within six months from the time of subscri bing : two dollars and fifty cents if cot paid within the year. No subscription taken for a less period than. six months;. nd discon tinuances permitted -'until all arrearages are paid, unless at the'option of ihe editor. 2 he tei ms of advertising wilt be as follows : . One square twelve lines, th'reetiraes,.Sl .00 Every subsequent insertion-,-. .-.'2d One equare, three mouths, , .... 3 00 'One year,. . . . .'-. 8 00 J V NOT YET. BT W. C BRTAJJT. 0h country, marvel ot ihe earth ! . Oh realm to sudden greatness grown ! The se t...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 September 1861

mrnmmm. - . - g.jirjftyrar, editor. BLC03SSBCRG, TTECESDlTi SEPT. 25, l?f. . Dcsnocratrc Hcmiinntiong. RE PRESENT AT1VES - f, C L. T AT E , of CoIomMs. G EU S1 T O IS , of ff locrinj. SHERIFF, V ' J OS I A II D..-F U RSI AN. ASSOCIATE JUDGES JOIIK M CUE F WOLD'S, - STEPSJCN J3 AJLBY. " -v.- -TREASURER, 1 - J AIIES S. r n. COMMISSIONER, CHARLES II. HESS CORONER, JAMES LAKE. ' AUDITOR, -JOHN F. FOWLER. , ;.&epheii BaHy. .', . . Hog. Stephen Baldt having declined the oooninton, given him by this" Republican Union frtV , for Associate Judge, we notice by the Vast Repuilka that, the Hon. George II. Willds ha beea placed epoa their ticket la Baldy' stead. -. The RepnbUcnn, up town, says i "Stephen Baldy " has done a very looliah thing.'', This is said in reference to Mr. Baldy'a having refused to be a candi date upon the . ticket formed, as they say, by 'the. people," which was nothing more than the Republican party, say about it what they will. Mr. Baldy did col think be was doing a ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 September 1861

? 3 STAttWTflB'BfORTH.- x 1 '.Wtd23aj Soralaj, Sept. l$t 1851. Womdrk if Dr:Johtt "attended the Mass ' Meeting in this place on Saturday last, and if so did be Iock op hi pocket book 1" 'Tinrrs We would gire notice to all candidates, whodesign having us print tick ets for them, to come forward and make the arrangement. " Judge Woodward is holding Court this week in Sullivan county. Our townsmen, Col. John G. Freeze, Wesley Wirt, Esq, and Col. Levi L. Tate, are in attendance.' Paor. Tho. McD. Patca the great tWkl f Blondin, of Niagara Fall notoriety, will Reform his daring feats on a wire treKrb4 "from the top of Wall's and MaynVrfi's tto rels, on Friday the 20th inst., in Tire after tooon. Come and see him. il yttn who toavo a taste for (he mztTiom-& t)em ncrat. Opt. Wm Stiver, has Veen authorized ' j the government to TaSs -company of able bodied young men ftfr rtre war. We understand that he is meeting with good success. The company is not yet full and a good opportonrty U mVw...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 September 1861

"Hf'?'T:eV'- .MARK THESE FACTS ! THE TESTOIONY OF :TUE TTORLD V 5 rf O LL O W A Y 5S OINTMENT. BADj LEGS. BAD 8 RE ATS, SORES AMD ULCERS. : AH description of sores are te'mediable by the proper and diligent use of.lhis ines timable preparation... -To a'tmpt to cure bad legs by plaMering the; edges of the wound tog-'her is a. folly ; for should the -aki; unite, a boggy, diseased dondmon re mains underneath to break out with Tei.fo.d orv in a few days. The only ratiorraol and uccefultrealment, as indicated bv nainre, is to reduce the inflama.ion jn and aboui sooihe ' the neighboring part by rubbing in plenty of jhe Ointment as salt is lorceu miu DIPTHERIA, ULCERATED SORE THROAT, AND SCARLET AND, '... 1 7 . v 01 H ER. F EVEtlS, . 'Anr'of the above diseases may be cured b well rubbrrg ihe Ointment three .lirr.es . dat into the chest, throat and neck of ihe n.iJht it will soon peneume, .and give fiU relief.' Medicine rakeuby he. mouth roust operate upon the whole, ;Pys-: tem efe -it infl...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 2 October 1861

i r F.:U ;TlCOUr, Proprietor. Troth arid rtiltttGQd and our Country. f wo Dollars per Annus. VOLUME 18. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2, 1861. Dumber -aft. ST AM j "X STAR OF THE NOETH PUBLISHED ITKST VZDSXSPIT BT W. fl. J1L0BT, , office on fflaln&t.,irij' Square below JSsrlnt. '."TERMS: Two Dollars per annum it paid ithin six months from the time of snbsclj 'bing : two dollars and fifty cents it riorp'a.d ""within the year. No subscription talc en for aless period than six'months hb disc'on Hinuances pefmitled'Uriiil all arrearages are tpaid, unless at the dption'bi" the editor. J'ht lei ms rj ' adttriuinVnli be 'tis follows : 0 fie" square, twelve lines, three' U'raesjji 00 ''Every subsequent insertion, . . . . . ." 25 "One square, three' rnohtlis, . V60 "One year,. ...... . v.v . 8 00 v - t from the Lf coming Gazette. Union War 6ng. Dedicated to th. BloomsMrg Iron Guards, now at Washington. Come, freemen, aasemble, Our fonrrtrys in danger ; t Tna nation...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 2 October 1861

8 TAR'OF'TflB'OTP? WW ft -74 COB r, EDITOR. BLCOSSBCRG, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2d, 1861. Dexiiocralictfni!natioii8. ;' REPRESENTATIVES, , L E YI L. T AT E , of Cofnmlia. GEO. S. T U T T 0 N , of Wyoming. . ' " SHERIFF, ' OSrill fl FURMAN. ASSOCIATE JUDGES, JOHN M e 11 E T Ji O L D S, STEPHEN BALD7. . TREASURER, JAMES S. M c N I N ( ' II . COMMISSIONER, ". 'CHARLES H. HESS ? . CORONER, - . ; JAMES LIKE. - AUDITOR, .JOHIN F. FOWLER. Colombia Connty Democratic Ticket. ' c far nnr information extends, the .'W nominations made on the part of the De mocracy, meet with onusual favor ; the masses finding in them men worthy of con- fi.lonrA and trust, and seem fietermined'to support their claim upon Democratic prin ciples. The cry of Union with IRepublicans and' disaffected Democrat vonder 'be for" mer title, is so readily perceived, that a mo Tnent's reflection, operates in favor, raiher hn in oDDosilion to the actions of the ------ r r Democratic County Convention They per ceire dn this a new dod...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 2 October 1861

STAUOFrilENOIlTIL -BaLOOIHSIVPKG. 3A. ftrdnesday1 Mornin, October 2, lS5i. To Oar Patrons, . . . We hare placed alt bill due this ""esTab jishment at present, and Uioe coming"'due beiweerilhis "and the first of January next, 'ia!o the hands of oor Collector,for collection, lie will start out, in a few days, for the pur- pose oi collecting the name, and soliciting' - subscriptions. We hope all those owing us will be prepared to meet bis deinand, as we are tii need of money, and trust in his, meeting wiih good success. All those who' 'do not take a county paper shoufd em-! brace this opportunity of aubscribtng. He; will Jake subscriptions at a very low-figure, auk in advance We endeavor to give as much attention to our paper at present as our support witl warrant;-and in 'cara of 'an increased subscription yon may expect us to devote more of our attention to its col- "umns. As a local newspaper 'we consider, and shall continue id 'make, "our 'Journal second to none in the county. Samu...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 2 October 1861

0 4 : v. T"rV Tjr-'t k, .--: .::.-.- . MARK THESE FACTS ! THE TCST Hl0ri OF TilS T7CHLD. fHOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. HBADj legs, bad - greats, sores and ulcers. AH description of sore are remediable by the' proper and diligent nee of this ine tlimable prp irar-'fon. To attmpt no' cure bad legs by plasierin2 l.be edges of the wound together is a folly ; Tor should the skin unite, a Lossy diseased dondiiion re-; mains underneath to break' oul with tenfold nry io a few days.' The only raiionanl and auccessfnl treatment, as indicated bv nature,' is to reduce the inflama.ion in and about the wound and tc soothe -the neighboring parts by-rubbing in plenty of the Ointment a bait is forced into meat. DIPTHERIA, 'ULCERATED SORE THROAT,1 ANOCTAR LET AND OTHER FEVERS. Any of tbe-dt-ove diseases may'be cured by well rubbing the Ointment 'three times a day into the chest, throat nd neck of the patient ; it will soon penetrate., nd give immediate relief. Medicine taken by the mouth must operate upon 't...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 9 October 1861

i r 1 t ) W. U. JACOBI, rroprieter. Truth and Right -Cod and our Country. Two Dollars pr Annna. Volume is. "b'UOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9, 1861. NUMBER 40. -3 .1 1 !i !; l!f j 1 II nl ii I -A t 1 1 V ( w -STAR OF THE. NORTH HTBLISHID XTXBTkViDBSPlT BY : ? W. A. JAl'QBY, . Offltt h Bain SU, It 4 Sqnaf c below arfcet. TERMS Two Dollars per an nuru it paid Nvilbia fix months from the time'bf subset bing : two dollar and fifty cents it not paid v wUhiit the year. No subscription taken, fur r&lftss period than six months; rio'diacon v'tlnuances permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor 7'he terms of advertising tnlt be as follows : One square, twelve lines, three times, SI 00 Every subsequent insertion, . 25 "One square, Uixee months, 3 QO One year, 8 CO XIST OiE FEMIXJIviCS TO BX AWiUID AT TBI SIXTH -ANNUAL EXHIBTION - ' OF THE COLUMBIA COUNlY Agricultural, Horticultural, AMD MECHANICAL ASSOCIATION, To be Held at BLOOMS B TJ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 9 October 1861

STABWTBBTOTflv I WM .WJACOBY, EDITOR. HCOSSBCBG, 1VEDAESDAY, OCT. 9th 1861. Democratic Anniinnlioiis. i -RETURNS l :The eleciioif returns come in too slow to 'enable ns to give anything like the final re Vtilt 'of 'ihis'Tonnty in this week's paper. " fn thisr(Bl60'm) township the Union Tick et engineered by the Republicans, 'received majority. The Democratic candidates for "Assembly were beaten in this twp. 147 'totes. The balance of the democratic tick et received a simitar treatment in this twp. ' In Scott township the Opposition received JtOS majority over the democratic candidates for Assembly. In Hemlock twp. the dem nrrats have a majority of '91. In Orange iwp.' Lazarus and' Jennings, Opp., have 8 of a majority. In Fishingereek Tate arid Tatton, Dem.ihave a majority of 153. ' In 'Montoar twp. Tate and Tuitorr'a'majority is "7,'asain of 21 democratic" votes over last Fall's election. The majority for the dem 'oicratic ticket in Sugarloaf is about 92. In Benton township the Demo...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 9 October 1861

STAR OFTHE NORTH. T5"cd"nc&tiay Jlirning, October 9, 1861. Thu October number of the Genesee, tar in tr it on our table. This is a most excel ' lent agricultural publication, just the work 'v our (armers need. Published at Rochester, ' New Yoik. The police officer of Alleniovrn by order ' of Town Council, hare adopted a uniform after the New York style blue frock tebat with brass buttotia, pant and cap of the fame color, with leather bells for club and . Lilly. In consequence. ot the hardness of the limes, ana naving an audition ouiu io nis 1 residence, our friend, W. WiaT, "Esq., has removed hi office to hi dwelling house, ' on Third Sireet, where he will be found, when not engaged in or about the Court Hoase. At riKCMKou 1 he Democracy or Koar 1 ing creek and Locust met in Mas Meeting, at Ne omedia, on Thursday afternoon last. The people were addressed by Col Freeze, Col. Tate, and Esqr. Little, la the evening o! same day, these speak v era severally addressed a meeting at Llo...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 9 October 1861

MARK THESFFACTS ! TlIE.TESTHItiST Of THE ITORLD. HOLLOWSYSOIrTMENT. BADdLEGS, BAD ; KREATS, SOBJ.S .4ND ULCERS. ' AU description of sores are -remediable 'by the proper and diligent one of this ines timable - preparation. To a'tmpt' to cure bad legs by plastering he edges of the wound togthef is a folly ; for should the akin unite, a boggy diseased dominion re-; main underneath to break oat with tenfold cry in a few dsys. The only rationanl and successful t-reatment, iis-indicaied by nature, is to reduce Ibe inflamafiion in and about the wound and IC soothe "the neighboring parts by robbing in (.lenty of 'the Ointment as alt is forced into meat. . DIPTIIERIA, . ULCERATED SORE THROAT, 'AND' SCARLET AiS'D OTHER FEVERS. Any of thcabove diseases may'be cored bv well rubb'tag the Ointment three times a day iirto the chest, throat and neek of the patient ; it will soon peneinrie, and give, immediate relief. Medicine taken' by the mouth must operate opon 'the whole sys- tem 'rni iscuriu-B ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 16 October 1861

1 1 it f J W. 11. JACOB!, Proprieior. Truth aud Rljfht- tiod and our Country. Two hollars per Annnn. BiLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COU NTY, PA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER f6, 1861. NUMBER 41. r rprr I, OF THE NOKTB 'l-CBI.18HKD ITKir WSDNE8MT XT' W. II. JAl'fiBY, 0 flicc en Slain-St., 1rd S jnarc below arkft. ' TERMS : Two Dollars per annum it paid 'within iix mouths from the time of subscri Jbitig : two dollars and fifty' cents it not paid 'withii.'lhe year. NVsubscriplton taken Ibr 'a less period than six'montha; nb discon tinuances permitted until all arrearages are ipaid, unless at the option of the editor. The terms rj advetish$g will be a follow : One square, twelve lines, three times, $ 1 00 Every subsequent insertion, 25 "One square, three mouths, ........ 3 00 'One year, . . . . 8 00 (Choice y o e t r o . Not among the suffering wounded; Not among the peaceful dead ; Not among the prisoners. "Mii'&tMJ." " That was all the message said." Yet hi mother read it 'ovdr. Until, through her p...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 16 October 1861

urn p 0"HT ' 7 . s l rM.jlUJL4COBY, EMTOR. BLOOSmKGT WEPHSDIY, 0GTyl6th"l86U , - v, The iffnsrel Tarty. Tbe TowiTManagers 6f lhe 'Republican party rej-orjed to no small amount of dis honorable ' tricks to farther their seifich schemes." They- completed a ''bargain and eale" with a few men in the" Democratic party, whereby ctituin advantages were to accrue to themselves individuiPy. They flatere'd themselves that the masses of the Democratic party were ignorant of their do ing and would' be found willing tools to carry out their private arrangements. They fabricated a ticket, and endeavored to co erce bur party into voting it, 'upon which theybad:bypt7a arrangmeir placed the names of 'Emanuel Lazarps, Wi'lliam-Sny-dik, Richard Braes and Johs Kciter, all formerly claimiirg to be democrats. "These men are quite repectablej perona!Iy, tail ront of them are peculinly -qualified for the positions for, which they were named, and the majority of the men of the mongrel tick et are "old offic...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 16 October 1861

STA It OF: TH E NOM H BLOd.TliltjUGa pa. WrdDcsday JHorniug, Cclobtr 16, 1561. . REVIEW OF THE JIAEKET, C4aKFVLLT CORRr.CTKltWECKLT. Y HEAT, Utl in t BUTTER, 14 EGGS. 10 TAI LOW, 12 LARD, 12 POTATOES, 30 DR'D APPLES,! 00 HAMS, 12 HYE. 70k t Oit.N', 50 OA IS. 3( : BUCKWHEAT, ill FLOUR pr. bbl'6 0(1 lCLOVERSEED.5' 00 ' CaMo.daIc owing us for pti 111115 will pleaee atep forward aud" Square tfccoitnrs. WasiTro -Wood, coal, potato;, beef corn, 'ehickens, apple j turnips, and cabbage, on subscription. The pamphlet law for the year 1861 have teen 'Teceited by the Prot honorary ol this "county, and are now ready 'for distribution lo'the several Justices of the Peace. Thk Nkxr Legislature will be Democatic The Democracy Will, from present indica tions, have a majority on joint balot. The 'Democratic Districts turned up old fashion again. Warrkn J. Woodwakd is elected Presi dent Judge of the Berk District bya nlijor itr of four thousand and over. This is a Handsome indorsement. ' ' Ws notice ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 16 October 1861

MARK THESE FACTS ! HUE TESTHItXI OF TOE'll'OBLP. HOLLOWAY'S OINTM ENT. BAD LEGS.' BAD 'BRE ATS, SORES AND iUtCERS. A'l description !f sores are remediable by the owper-an'd 'd'lligent'-use ol this ine. limable preparalioti. lo aHmpl'to cure tad legs by plastering ihe edges of ihe "wound togw'herMS'a 'felly ;' for tbonld he akia unit)", a bogay .ieasd dominion re mains underneath to break out wiih tenfold ury in a few days. The only rational. 1 and successful treatment, as itnHeated bv natuie, is to reduce the inflama.ion in and -about (he wound and tc sooihe the neighboring parts by rubbing plenty of the Ointment a atl is forced into meat. " ' DIPTHERIA. ULCERATED SORE THROAT, AN D "SCARLET AND -OTHER FEVERS. "Any of the above diseases may be cured by well rubbin? the Ointment -three times a day into the chest, throat nd neck of ihe .patient j it will soon penetrate, and give, immediate relief. Medicine taken by ihe -rnouth'rnosr orerateuron 'the whole sys Mem ere i s influence can ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 23 October 1861

1 j 1 FT 1 11 0 0 MM TIT 1M tta in) nn IV. II. JlCOBr, I'roprielcrO Troth and nighl - Cod and om- Couoliy. Two Dollars ptr Annan. VOLUME 13. BLOOMS BURG. COLUM BIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23, 1861. NUMBER 42. 1 i y x advertisements. CITATION TO TIIC II15-&S OF JOSEPH PAXTON, DECEASED. COLUMBIA COUNTY SS: i$2lf, The Commotiwealib of Penn Cvrj?V"c ylvania,' io Catharine Paxioti, .gf ?; widow, Lloyd Paxton, John "'s&d? Sharpies and (Jeorge Hughes, ' Administrators, Bright R Paxton 'of Lvcoming couniy, Pennsylvania , Charles II. Paxton, benjamin F. Paxton and Lloyd l'ajton, ol Columbia coun ty, Ta , Joseph R. Paxton of Philadelphia, Mary intermar ried wiih George Scon, of 'Colombia county children of the said Joseph 'Paxion dec'd., Charles Vastins, -Joseph P. Vast'me. Sarah Vastine, and Hannah Vastine of Missouri, "Alary intermarried with V. Scoit, of North., o,Pa.,Mary Ball and Sarah Bll:boih of the city oJ Philadelphia, and bo'h of whom are minors and have for thf ir -G...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 23 October 1861

STAR OTTIIE NORTH. a: TV 31. IIJACOBY, EDITOR. LC03'SBUSG, TVElftESDAT, OCT. 23th 1861. "Cnion Candidates.'' MA man may be known by the company he keeps," is an adage as true in politics a in morals. What then are the men who wtre nominees on the Republican Ticket t They were once Democrats, bnt in accept ing nominations from the black Republi cans, under the flimsey pretext, and trans, parent cheat of being Union candidates, and thus placing themselves in opposition to and rooning against the regular Demo cratic candidates, were they not endeavor ing tod-eceire their former political friends, ad iu attempting to seduce them to vote for tbera, canse tbem to assist in defeating the nomioees of their own party ! Sorely, no honest, simon pore Democrat would be guilty of snch gross inconsistency and in justice, and therefore, we -are' obliged to judge their politics by the company they keep. Besides, the:r is no regolarly organ ized Union party. The Democratic organ ization being diMinc...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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