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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 1 January 1862

i i i - "I STAR OF THE NORTH ' VTedwsdaj Eornlng, January lit, 1862. , .Tpodle should send his letters a little earlier to ensure publication the same week. , Wb wish all onr kind patrons "A Happy New. Year," or.e of peace and prosperity 10 too all. 0. thc first page of the Stah will be seen several common icatipns from our volun teers. Wr would be very much obliged to some of our patron who are in arrears if they would br'mg os a few bushels of potatoes. Thc Relief Board will meet at this place - on Saturday next. Those whom it may concern , will pleae take notice. A rtw more C0'1 evenings and onr tens can begin to fill their ice-houses. citi The lee on Fisbingvreek is forming nicely. Petkrsok's B"K Note DcTrcroR, dated ' Pec. 20th, has been received. It notes down quite a lot or new counterfeits. It is the safest money gnide published Tbc Firm of Stohner & Fox, in this place, hat been dissolved by mniual consent Mr. Stohner remains in the business, and kindly askes a continuan...

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. — 1 January 1862

mm these facts TOE TESTBIOAT OF TIIE WORLD. -: '. i , 1 HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. BADa LEGS, BAD BREATS, SORES - AND ULCERS. A'I description of soits are remediable by the proper and diligent use of this ines timable preparation. To attempt to cure bad legs by plasterine ihe edges of the bound together is a folly; for should the ekia unite, a boggy diseased donditioo re mains underneath to break out with tenfold esry in a few days. The onlj ratonan! und froccessful treatment, as indicated bv nature, i8aeduce the inflamaiior) ia and about the wound nd tc sooihe the neighboring parts by robbing ir plenty of the Ointment & salt is forced into mea'. DIPTHERIA, ULCERATED SORE . THROAT, AND SCARLET AND . . .. OTHER FEVERS. -Any of tbo abo?e diseases may be cared by well rubbing ihe Ointment three times a day into the chest, throat and neck of ihe patient; it will soon penetrate, and give immediate" relief. Medicine taken by the rnoath must operate upon the whole sys tem ere i ir.fluence ca...

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. — 8 January 1862

i S 7 1 7' JAC"V Prletor'J Trith and Rigrlit God and our Coniitry. " ' " 'rm"" " ' Two Dollars per Annua. VOLUME 14. STAR OF THE NORTH :belhon8'" themselves of the 'promise of 1 .. f-uBnsHKDTERYWEDirPATJiY ,eir pastor, and hastened to him. Tt fl. JAlOBV ' 'Come.' eaid Sharp, whose hilly farm was :Cffi on EainSt.:3rd Sqnarc bflow 3Ia"rket, n' fevere,J 'we want rain. You - TEKMSr-Two Dollars Pr annum if paul rembf7" P'; , within six month? from the lime ol subscri- ! . Ler,a,n'y. returned Mr Sorely. lf you bing: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid i cal a meeting of, the parish, I will be within the year. No subscription taken for : with them this evening.' a les period than sin months; no discon tintsar.ce permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor. Ihttcrm of adce1vnz will It as follows : One square, twelve lines, three limes, SI uO : rKvery subsequent insertion, 25 One sq-iare, three months, 3 00 O is year, . 8 00 4a t i Ctjoice poetro, . D1ECE ...

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. — 8 January 1862

Ijncpsis cf tliaTrocssdiaga of the Co Itintia Coantj Teachers' Institute. pursuant to public annouscetnent made by a committee of the Teachers' Association cf Columbia-county, the teachers of the cemnty convened at the Lutheran Church in Cattawisra, on Tuesday, Dec. 24th, 1861,L)r ths purpose of holding a-o Institute. TOREXOON EBS3I0N. Ths meeting was organized by appointing William Burgess, County Superintendent's Chairman, who, after expressing thanks for the confidence thus placed, stated the gener al object of the Institute and informed that though we should be disappointed in not having the assistance cf some claeir instruct ors whom we had5 expected, Prof.'F. A Al ien, Principal of the West Chester Normal School, and H. W. Gilbert, of Greenwood Seminary, were with us, and ready to enter upon 6uch labors as might be assigned. On motion, U. J. Campbell and Wm. Ta rda were appointed Secretaries, and Lucy. A. Greenwood," Emily Clark, Kate Mears, A. B. White and H. T. John, teacher...

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. — 8 January 1862

STAB OTHE NORTH Wfdacsj!ay Korning, January 8th, 1SG2. -Tub Carrier Bot of the Star request. ns to return to his patrons his most prolouiid Ibanki lor the liberal manner in which they received him on New Year' day. The Susquehanna river is completely fro zen over at several places not far from this place ; and il is being crossed by foot-men-This is proof of having pretty cold weather Thosk of our citizens who hare ice-houses are bnsily engaged filling ihem with ice taken off Fishicgcreek. It'isias clear as crystal and about seven inches thick. Xm AKOTHcacolnmn of the Star we print a few verses, -which were taken from the pocket of a dead rebel, at the late battle at Drainsville, and sent ns by a member of tha ' Iron 'Guards.' MiNDTftsIn this number of our paper will beseen the minutes of the meeting of the Colombia county Teachers' Institute, nrhich convened at Cattawissa on the 24th, rolr.,and adjourned on the 26th. Kead them, 'they are explicit and well prepared. VVk would give s...

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. — 8 January 1862

FACTS ! iiit A. ' t J . i "H ' v . a . ,..i rrrri tVCr.LI). -t -Vvt'-v-': rf i V ft. . I . -V -r ! O L LOW AY'S OINTME NT. UADa LEGS BAD 'BRBATS, SORES' . . AND ULCERS. A1, description of sores sre remediable by the proper and diligent ue 'of this ines tunable preparation. -.1r attempt to core bad lejrs by platerine the edsea of the bound to''fif i a folly; for should -the kin unite, a boggy riiseasad dondition re main underneath to break out with tenfold isry in a few day. The onlj rationanland fuccessful treatment, as indicated by nature, ito .edoce the inflaroaiion in and about the wound and tc soothe the neighboring parte by robbing in plenty ofthe Ointment 8 tali is forced into meat. PIPTHERIA, ULCERATED , SORE THROAT, AND SCARLET AND OTHER FEVERS. Any cf the above diseases may be cured by well robbing the Ointment three limes a day into the chest, throat and neck of the patient j it will soon penetrate, and give immediate relief. - Medicine taken by. (be mouth most operate upo...

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. — 15 January 1862

1 1 r 1 J U. n. JAC0BT,VroprieterO Tntb and Right God and oar Country. Two Dollars per Anncm. VOLUME 14 BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 15, 1862. NUMBER 2. np iJ 1 l w 1L U JI ILlio STIR OF THE NORTH rUlLtSHID ITIBTWIDKIIPiT T wa. ii..jitBy, Cfflsc on Uala St.. Srd Square below Market, TEKMS: Two Dollar pr annum if paid within six months from the time of subscri bing : two dollar and fifty cents if nej paid within the year. No subscription taken for a les period than six months; no discon tinuance permitted until alt arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor. 7 hi term cf adie-liing will be as follows : On square, twelve lines, three limes, SI 00 Every subsequent insertion, ...... 25 One square, three months, . 3 00 One year, 8 00 - riUSl aMiitlau .ui.udi9.iuia ASDEEWg' CURTIS. Coietnor of Pennsylvania, to both noma of t&t Legislature, reai January 8, 1862. Jo the Honorable the Senate and House of Rep resentatives of the Commonxoe Ulh of Pennty...

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. — 15 January 1862

STAR OF NORTH vi--; : .- firs. r". t?- - - KM U.J.ICOBY, EDITOR. EicnsssrsG, wedmsday, jih mil, 1862. Anno Domini 19c2. - The darkest and bloodiest year in our his lury siaca the Unite J States became an in dependent nation, has forever closeJ .and tone into tha irrecoverable past. The year IS6 1 will ever be memorable in American atmaU. It witnessed the beginning of that dreaded civil strife which the fathers of the Republic apprehended, and against which they solemnly warned their country men, for tae rust time in our history the bleed of American citizens has been shed on American soil by the handvof American citizens. Brother has encountered brother ... the deadly strife. Those who should have remained united in the firmest bonds of friend-ship, have become bitter and im placable foes. ; War fills the land with its horrid lu-iiult; and the nation, so lately the sboJe of peace and prosperity, is torn and tcarred by civil conflict. At tte commencement of the year 1861, the clonds ...

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. — 15 January 1862

STAR OF THE NORTH Wtdaestlay Sorning, January I v 1863. Th Court advertisements are published is to-day's Sra. Th sleighing wj raiutorced or. Wednes day nif ining at this place by a Blight force. Srr goods advertised in anolber column for rale at the cheap rtfb store of L. T. Sharpless. ' - - We pnblish a letter m another column from one of our volunteers at Camp Ober teufFer. " . Thanks Tate and Ta lon, of the Houie, nn J Bound, of the Senate, ail member? of this district, bare our thank for public documents received. Dr. A. T. Brckcagc has been announced to lecture at Jerseytown, this week. He de livered a course of lecures, lat week, in Millvilie. The Doctor is a popular and able lecturer. T County Superintendent of Common Schools of Columbia county visited eeveral of the schools in this township one day last w-eaJc. He has been engaged for some lime past in visiting the schools throughout hi? district. John G. FaKr-ZK, Esqr, haa assumed th? -control of the editorial column of th...

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. — 15 January 1862

Price tcilh Hemmer and Feller, Q35 00. - THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SUPE RIORITY PECULIARY ITS OWN. Stitching, Hemming, and FtVing icilh a Single Thread. It forms a neat, ever., and elastic seam, which is warranted not to rip in wear', even if the team is cut at frequent intervals, and also under all circumstances "io survive the wah-iub A Patented devic? of-great utility lo learners, prevents the possibility of the ma chine being ran in the wrong direction, or the balance wheel wearing a lady's dress. Another feature which deserves particu lar attention isETHE WILCOX PATENT NEEDLE CANNOT EE SETWRONG. Two thousand Stitches, or two yard of work, can be done in one minute without dropping a stitch. t These Machiaes, so simple apd accraate in their construction, supersede the use of the shuttle; and with one thread preJeee Bit the practical results of the two thread machines; and more, for these fell without basttnr, and hem the finest musliu without puckering. Although at about half 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. — 22 January 1862

L ! r : . - - ' .' r 0 t Jf Vt. U. JAC02I, Proprittar.. Truth acd Right God and our Country. Two Dollars per Annan'. VOLUME 14. BLOOM SB U KG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 22, 1862. NUMBER 3. 1 ' f t i ' t t i i . T f I.Vm I : 1 1 !i 1 i I ! H :! h 1 i J )riPA R !- ST J It OF THE NORTH JCBUSEID ITEBrWEtVESPAT il W3- II. JACOBL ca Slain St., 3rd Square below Market, TERMS: Two Dollars pr annum If paid within six months from ibe time of subscri bing: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the. year. No subscription taken fur a less perioJ than six months; no discon tinuance permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor. 2 ht terms of advertising vill be follows : i 'One square, twelve lines, three times, 1 00 Kvery subsequent insertion, 25 'One square, three months, . 3 00 'One year, . . 8 00 C I) o i c c poetrn. ' '- THE BEAETIFUL t5b. There is a land immortal, . The beautiful of lands ; -Beside the ancient portaf, A teniry grimly stan...

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. — 22 January 1862

? THE NORTH b ill it 77. JACOBY, EDITOR. EICOSSSCES, raSESDIY, J1SY 22th, mU Tht IbclStioaiits at Work. There are two classes of poiiticia-ns in cur country engaged in efforts to prevent a restoration of the Union the Secessionists . of the South and the Abolitionists of the North Of the two the most deadly foe to the Union is the Abolitionist of the North. He 6tand ready to;enfice everything near and dear the Union itself for the sake of the negro. The Secessionist asks to be ' let aloas" in the enjoyment of his property or be is ready to break up the Union and set up for biaiee4f. The one is contending for hit "rights'- the other for an "idea." The Abo!;!ionist professes to be chuck -full of philanthropy foj the negro we mean the nejro a far off "a way down Sooth,-" bat be entertains th most supreme con tempt for the black man around him. He would mors Heaven and Earth to free the slave, and elevate him to an equality with the white man, bat the fret negro at bis door might come u...

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. — 22 January 1862

SLAB OF THEN0RTH There are rre.Hly two hundred names oa the volunteer relief roll ol Lycoming county. On account ol a press ol job work for the pat week our paper does not contain its usual variety of selected or editorial matter. Bound, of the Senate, and Tate and Tutton Ol ine (louse, uaie vui iuu iui uwnv documents. In ths ippointm knt ol a conservative Democrat as .Secretary of. War, President Lincoln has paid a nigh compliment to the principles of the national Democratic party. Ii is an acknowledgment pn bis part, that the Union can not be restored nor the Gov eminent administered on an abolition bas is. - . ' We would again call attention to Henry Zappinger'a establishment; he is a reliable gentleman, and on watches, clocks, Jewelry to. one of the most skilful workmen, that can be found either in Ciiy or Country. He bas also the agency of. and keeps for 6ale, two kinds of sewing machines, one for ten dollars, the other for twenty-five. The best selection of spectacles, and the...

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. — 22 January 1862

' .' tviIjCOX renins' - Price u ith-llernmer and Feller, -::::Q35, 00. : THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SUP E HIOR1TY PECULIARY ITS Stitching, Hemming, and FdUng with J Hl CUUt It forms a neat, ever., and elastic seam. which is whrramed oot to rip in wear, even if the seam is cut at Irequent interval, and alto under all circumstances "to survive the wash-tub" -A Patented device of great utility to learners, prevents the possibility of the ma chine ben g run :n the wrong ' direction,-or . the balance wheel wearin-i a lady's dress. Another feature which de.-erves particn lar attention is OT1 HE WILCOX PATENT KERDLE;CNNOr BESET WKONG. -Two thcusat d Siitt-he?, or two yard of work, can be dona in one minute without dropping a stitch. The?e M.tchtaes, to -simple and aceruate in their construction. supersede the use ot. lhe sbc.t'e; and with one thread produce a!! the practical results of the two thread machine; and more, for these le!l without basitr-2, arid hem the -finest musliu without pu...

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. — 29 January 1862

1 mt i miin in inn.aa n 1: r 1 1 A 1 0 H U. J1C0DY, Proprietor Trutt and Rigbt God and our Coniifrr Two Doilars per Annua. VOLUME 14. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA iOUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29, 1862. NUMBER 4. MAonn i STAR OF THE NORTH PUBLISHED EVERY WeOf)flP4T BT VB. I. JACOBlf, Cffice cn Ealn St.. 3rd Sqnttrc ielovr Market, TEKMS : Two Dollars pr annnm If paid within six months from the lime of subscri bing: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within tht. year. No subscription taken for 'a less period than six mouths; no discon tinuar.ce permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor. 7ht terms of adwhilng will be as follows : One square, twelve lines, three limes, SI 00 Kvery subsequent insertion, ..... 25 One square, three months, ....... 3 00 One year 8 00" - t)0we poetrrj. TUB SESTET. . FROM THE GERMAN OF lOTHSR. They're gone the watch firesthey have set Glow round the mountain passes ret ; Out throngh the darkness of the night They flash a silen...

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. — 29 January 1862

SmOFTllMORTJI; c-S t-Hl- --iV. T ipj; ul jacoby, editor. LCSjISBCRG, WEDNESDAY, J1S. 9th, IS63. Wlio is Ifspcasible ? Inview of thp startling exposures of fraud made by the Van Wye!;1 Committee, Fome cf ihe Republican papers console them selves with the reflection that if corruption has occurred tinder this Administration, its own partizans rave not hesitated lo expose it. We don't see-how this mitigates the enormity of the frauds perpetrated by the chosen agents of the Government, or re lieves it from the just odium of squandering the public money at a time when .above all others i's disbursement should have 'been jealocslynarded. In the case of Mr. Cum mings, every opportunity was offered for the perpetration of fraud. If the object had been to squander the puMic fnnds, no bet ter p!an could have been devised than to power to draw on a give him unlimited rum of two millions of doHar This loose and irresponsible way of do ingbosiness in vised peculation -and considering the char ac...

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. — 29 January 1862

STill OF THE NORTH Wednesday KorniDfT'jaaaiiry 23, iSfiJ. 'Se new aJvertt.-emeals ia to dav's pa iper. Coi. Wright ha onr thanks for a copy of the Congressional G'obe Blnk ot all detrcriptions 10 te had at 'this office cheap for cash. Opt mfhbkrs, Messrs. Tatk and Tcttom, "fhave our .hank for legislative Records. AiicRiw S CHOsstEY, will fell a town lot 'end booea, situate ic this place on Tuesday 'next. A Cotillion Pjhty will be held at the 'Public House of George L. Shoemaker.. in 'Buckhorn, on the evening ol the 3Ulh ins'. We were visited, on Tuesday last, by Tjtiite a smart fall of tnow, which has help 'ed ihe'ileighirvg in places amazingly. Persons knowing themselves indebted to 'us for publishing administrator's uotces will please come forward and tenia the Jeame- We ire ever ready 10 execute all kinds of job work with iieatness and despatch Oar facilities for doing work are equal to that of any establishment n this section. 'Ant ptRSOS having a couple of shoals to ell would d...

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. — 29 January 1862

'fir? Vice if iA Hemmer and Feller, 035 00. . THIS MACHINE HAS POINT? OF SUPE KIOIUTY l iCCULlARY ITS OWN. Stitching. Hemming, and Felling with a Single Thread. It forms a neat, ever., ami elastic seam, which is warranted not to rip in wear, even if the seam i cut at trequeni interval?, and also under all circumstances ,:to survive the wash-tub" A Patented device of great utility to learners, prevent? the possibility of the ma chine being run :n the wrong direction, or the balance wheel wearing a lady's dress. Another feature whicti deserves pssrtic -lar at'ention is nrTHE WILCOX PATENT NEEDLE CANNOT BE SET WRONG. Two ihousard Siitches, or Iwo yards of work, can be done in one minute without drorpms a stitch. These Maehiaes, so simple and aecrnate in their construction, supersede the use of the shuU'e; and with one thread produce a!! the practical results of the two thread machines; and more, for these fell without tasttn, and hem the finest musliu without puckering. . r . Ahhoogh a...

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. — 5 February 1862

1 r W. U. JACOCY, ProprleloiV Truib and Right God and our Country Two Dollars per Annua- VOLUME 14. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1862. NUMBER 5. 1 1 i u :1 in.- pj IWKllrlo STAR OF THE NORTH mUIIIID (TIBT WIMIIBiT BT we. u. n co Br, MSfflce on Sain St., Srd'Sqnare below SaTfctt, ' TEKMS: Two Dollars pr annum If paid 'within six months from the time of 6ubscri- j ting: two dollars "and filty cents if not paid ; within the year. No subscription taken for. a less period than six mourns ; no mscon. tinnar.ce permitted until all arrearages are maid, unless at the option of the editor. 7k terms of advertising tcfl 6e crs folloibs ; One square, twelve lines, three times, St 00 SSvery subsequent insertion, 25 One square, three months, ........ U 00 One year, .... 3 CO Choice pocjrg. " TAB GARDENER- AXD TUB MOLfc. A gardener bad watched a mole, And caught i: as it left its hole. Mischievous beast '."cried he, "to harm The garden as thoo do9t the farm ! Here thoo h...

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. — 5 February 1862

STAROETEMORTD. -1 v.' V -J - - WSnVJflCOBY E6ITOR. BlCOJISBCRC'EDSESDlIf FEB. 5th, IS62- Trailers ikcominj Bold. ' "Occasional,3' the Washington correspon dent of Forney's lying Presf,' mentioned, tq one of his letters a faw days nince that a number of prominent politicians (Republi cans, of--coarse,) express the opinion that rather than see the Southern States brought back to' the Union, wi h the right to retain thier slaves, they prefer - a dissolution of the Union. . These tetters to the Press signed Occasioual'aje written "by Forney 'him self, and be wrr.es-with knowledge of his subject. "We opine, however, that wh-en he revealed the secret opinions of prominent politicians, ai stated above, it was a slip of the pen,' or, perhaps, the letter was written Rfter the editor of the Press had attended .one ol those midnight suppers so common iiu Washington. ' This admission by Forney is corroborative of what we stated in these colnmus monthsxgo. " We tbea said, and we reiterate it now...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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