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

fa I I 'STAR OF' THE NORTH Wf incsdny l'ornlnp,. Sept. 3d, 1S63- Doh't forget 1 tie Democratic Mas Meet irg 10 bo held on Satnruay next at Serene, this courtly. There will be a large turc out, mod tome good speeches maile. . 1 . The Grand Horse Fair is eoi'-g on at L Williameport at present, to continue until Sa'.urJay. Several ol our townsmen have gone io the exhibition. We understand there is the corpse" of a deceased Volunteer lying at Northumber land uddrer-sed to Wm Hutchison, in care of Robert Hutchison. Is it for any ol the Hu'chions in this count) ? Republican. O.i Monday another deserterThomas ShultZ, of Sagarloaf wa brought to this ' place nd handed over to.Lieut Rit;keits "He deserted last fall. He will be- brought "to tims in "doubleclick.'' -Republican. , r- Tm Republican Convention held at this place on Monday last was a complete fizzle. - We were present, tot we did not deem it ..necessary to ''lock op our pocket book," for two reasons : first, there was no great amou...

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. — 3 September 1862

WT- i m iU 4r -k A- A. JU.'A W 3 -'V :HS h IIOLLOWAY'S OINTMNT. Long marches, sore and stiff joints, bs teted ar.d inflame-. feet, alt these the sol dier n-n.' en lure, 'MOTHERS, R KM EM BER THIS, when your sons are grasping their mus ket lo meet dar.er, think what relief a i eg! po' of this ALL HEALING & COOLING Salve will give to the one you Uvo when far r, way from home and friends Jt harden and make tough the !eet so that they can endure great fatigue. It foothes and relieves' the inflamed and stiffened j lints, tenvirg them supple, strong and vig orous, while for -SABRE CUTS AND GUNSH OT WOUNDS. li s'&nds nnequnlJed, removing arid pre venting every vetige of inflammation and cently drawing I he edges together, it quick ly and completely heals the most frightfof - TOumI. - - WIVES' AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN- ' TEERS. You can nm pot into the knapsacks of your hut-bands and brothers, a more vali;a bin or mere necessary gilt than a supf y of I his " EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY SA...

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. — 10 September 1862

I 71 r f. U. JACOBYi Proprietor. Truth and ttlght God and onr Country Two Delias per Annum. VOLUME 14. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1862. NUMBER 36. E 'NORTH STAR OF THE NORTH ?VLIBBX9 XTXBT WXSKXSVAT BT . Wra. A. JKuBf, Offlt:e on Bain St., Ird Square below Earket, TERMS: Two Dollars pur annum if paid wittin six months from the time of subscri bing: two dollars and fifty rents if not paid witbin th year. No subscription taken for a !es period than six months; no discon tinaar.es permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor. 7 k terms of advertising will he is follows : Ons square, twelve lines three times, 81 00 Every subsequent insertion, . '. I ... 25 One sqoare, three months, ... ..... 3 00 One year, 800 Original ) o e t r tj For the Star rf the North. USES Q THE DEATH OF A FR1HD. Alvtretta sleeps, she a.'eeepa the sleep of the dead, Not far Irom the home of her birth; Thi.t sweet perfumed (lower lies low, That has crum...

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. — 10 September 1862

oFAR OF TOE NORTH . . -. v IF J 77. J ACQ BY,. EDITOR. BLCOaSBlBC, WEDNESDAY, SEPt. I0,TSG2 SlaH, District and County Ticket. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, , ISAAC SLENKER, OF CMOS CODNTT. FOR SURVEVOR GENERAL J AMES P. BAR R, Cr Sl.LXGHANY COCNTY. FOR CONGRESS. Hon. L. B. R CPERT, Swjed to the decision of tht Conferees. FOR ASSEMBLY, m W rfV n rf WT rt t am T 7 t..u. u. jaihsu, or snr JO UN C. ELLIS, of JIontoL Sulyect to the decision of the Confer its? FOR PRESIDENT JUDGE, 110 3, WILLIAM EL1FELL, . of Towanda, I'vljul to the decision of Ike Conferees. TOR DISTRICT ATTORN ICY, E II. LITTLE, ol Bloomsbnrg. FOR COMMISSION CR, ROHR McHENRY, of Benton. . FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR, ISAAC A. DEWITT, of Greenwood. TOR AUDITOR, , " A.J.EVANS, of Bloomsbnrg. WAR NEWS. Wu hare some interesting particulars oi (he lebel invasion of Maryland. About noon, Friday last, some fire hundred rebel cara'ry endeavored to cross the Potomac at Edwjrd's Ferry, approaching from Lees burg. Our forces, consisting of one inf...

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. — 10 September 1862

LIST OF SttfGEOXS& COM3JISSIOXEES To Examine Men claiming exemption from Military Duty. . The Governor Las appointed the fol ' lowiDg gentlemen iu the various counties to superintend the drafting, viz : Adams SurgeQn Charles Horcer, Gettysburg- C ommissioner Col. Hufus C. Swope, Fairfield. Allegheny Surgeon A. C. Murdook, Pittsburg. - Commissioner J L Graham, Pittsburg. , ArmstrongSurgeon C McCollongh Xittanoing. Commissioner E Buffington, Kittanning. 1 - Beavtr Surgeon David S Marquis, Rochester. Commissioner James Patter ron, Nsw Brighton. ' - B&lford Surgeon B F Harry; Bed ford. " Commissioner Jeremiah K Bowl es, Bedford. Berks Surgeon M, Luther, Beading. Commissioner Ilenry S Kupp. Reading. iJiatr-Surgeon J A Landis, Holli daysburg. Commissioner A Lloyd, AI-toona. Bradford Burgeon Jti U juason, xo- wandad. -Commissioner John A oa- dicgFowanda. : Bucks Surgeon Wm. S Ilendrie, Doyle:Jtown. Commisiioner Joseph S. Ely, )oylestown. 2Miv Surgeon "Win. Irvin, But'er. Commission...

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. — 10 September 1862

THD SOLDIER'S TRUE FRIEXDt &LV7AYO XISADTT. flOLLOWAY'S OINTMNT. Long marches, sore and stiff joints, bl;e teT8d and inflamed feel, all these the sol dier most endure, MOTHERS, REMEM BER'THIS; when your eons are grasping their muskets to meet danger, think what rpjief a sirgle po ot this ALL HEALING & COOLING Salve will give to the one you Jove when far away from home and friends. Il harden and makes toogh'the feet so that they can ndur great fatigue. It soothes and relieves the inflamed and Btiffcned joints, leaving them supple, strong and vig orous, while for SABRE CUrS AND GUNSHOT WOUNDS. It Btand nnequalled, removing and pre venting every vestige of inflammation and gently drawing the edg together, it quick ly and completely heals the most frightful wounds. . TEERS. You can not pnt into the knapsacks of your husband and brothers, a more valua ble or more necessary gilt than a "upny of Ihis EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY SALVE. The lonely srntry walking his rounds at night, expos...

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. — 17 September 1862

njtwwwBWWW mimmmMj3iiijMil uuw'liwi' ' - ' ' ; " 21 ' ' ' " ' f J Til 13 STAR OlP THE NORTH W. U. JACOB!, Proprietor. Truta and Right- God and oar Coontrj Two Dollas per Annum. VOLUME 14. "RT nAArGnTTDn rAT TTMDTA nATTATrrV DA "WTT? T TVTTP O T"i A V Ol? fj'T'tr ATT 1 P 17 1 NUMBER 37. J-J JL-J V- V i 1 K7 U w J I IT v- V- JLi 1 T JL J. xa. W U 1 X JL , A-tt... v V Jj JLJ JJ O .Lx X. X OJLJJ. lUlUiJUU l. s lUUv, STAR OF T5E NORTH irDBLISHKD KTKBT WZDHKSPAT BT Wm. fl. JACOBF, Office un Bain St., Jrd Sqnare below Market, TERMS: Two Dollars pur annum If paid within six months from the time of subscri bing: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within tht year. No subscription taken -for a less period than six months; no discon tinoar.ee permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor. 7 he terms of advertising viU be as follows : One square, twelve lines, three limes, SI 00 Kvery subsequent insertion, 25 One square, ihree months, ....... 3 00 One yar, . . ...

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. — 17 September 1862

TOPE TOE NORTH. "V iX-C- ' - ' Jes- iktt. -4 its. . ; r5 . Mil - . U'--a;:.- V ' . WM: 11. JACOBY, EDITOR. BLC031SBCBG, WEDNESDAY, SEPt. 17, 1863 Slate, District and County Ticket. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, ISAAC SLEXKER, OF CMOfJ COCKTT. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, J A" 31 E S P. BAR U, OF &.LEGHANY COCNTT. FOR CONGRESS. Hon. L. B. RCPECT, . Suijed to the decision of the Corjeiees. FOR ASSEMBLY, GEO. D.JACKSON, of Sallivaa, JOHN C. ELLIS, of Montour, Eutject to the decision of the Conferees. FOR PRESIDENT JUDGE, BON, WILLIAM EL IF ELL, ot Towanda, Subject to the decision of the Conferees. - FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY, E. IL LITTLE, ol Bloomsburg. roa COMMISSIONER, KOHR McHENRY, oi Bentrn. FCR COUNTT SCRVRYOR, ISAAC A. DEWITT, of deenwood. FOR AC CI TOR, A. J. EVANS, ofkBioomsburg. Tub Editor of this paper has left lor the seat of war, on the sudden call of the Gov ernor. We bid our patrons a repectlul Good Bye, for the present, hopiug that we all may live to see each other again, and ghl over ...

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. — 17 September 1862

STAR OF THE NORTH 131,0 OJiSttUUG, PA. Wtilaesday Merging, Sept 17th, 1S63. Thi: Circus One of the best Circus' and Menagerie's that ever exibited in this coun ty or r'ace will give an entertainment on Wednesday the 24th inst. " They are good pertotmers. and also have a fine and inter esting selection of auirnaiu. On a Sore. Gov. Curtin issued a proc lamation, lat week, requeuing all persons liable-to -military duty to close up their busings place every day at three o'clock and Jriil in companies. Curtin must have either been on a big scare or on a big drunk ! Birr two Parties. Mrrton McMichael says the only two political parties now in Pennsylvania are the Abolition and the Dtta ocralie par:ies. McMichael for once has spoken ihe truth, and he U undoubted au thority with all Republicans. L. T. Shabplkss has just received from Philadelphia, a large and select assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes in vi.riety, &c, which he will dispose of at prices which canuot be ex...

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. — 17 September 1862

TUC SOLiHER S TREE FRIEND. ALWAYS HEADY. v pn e "-fer II0LL0WArS OINTMNT. Long marches, sore and slirTjoiots, bl's-tf-red and inflamed feet, all these the sol dier mnsi endure, MOTHERS, REMEM BER THIS, when your sons are grasping their muskets lo meet danger, think what relief a single po of thin ALL HEALING & COOLING Salve will give to the one you love when far wway from home aod friends Il hardens and make tough the feet so (bat they can endure great fatisue. It soothes and relieves., the inflamed and stiffened joints, leaving thetn supple, strong and vig orous, while for SABRE CUTS AND GUNSHOT WOUNDS. It stands unequalled, removing and pre venting uvery vestige of inflammation and gently drawing the edgeslogether, it quick ly and completely heals the most frightful wounds. -WIVES AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN TEERS. You can not put into the knapsacks of your hni'bandf and brothers, a more valua ble or mere necessary gift than a 6uppy of this EXTRA OR DI N A R Y M I LITARY SA LVE. ...

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. — 1 October 1862

WTiE NOR-Ti. 7 - - r : ' ' m -re J- f v 1 1 Two Dallas per Annua. 1Y. U. J1CGSY, Proprietor. Trill b ind RlgM God and oar Country. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1. L8G2., NUMBER 38. VOLUME 14. O I T f T I 7 I . STAR OF THE NORTE ' VXBL18HKD ITIKT 1HBSIIP4T IT Wm. II. JACOB f, flfflee on Slain St.. 3rd Square below market, TEKMS: Two Dollars p-r annum If paid within six months from ihe lime of subscri bing: two dollar and fifty cents if not paid within ihfc year. No subscription taken for a less period than six months; no discon tinuance permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editor. litter mi of advertising will be as follows : One square, twelve lines three limes. 81 00 " Every subsequent insertion, 25 One year, . 800 Cljoice poctrn. THE MYRTLE A5D STEEL. Gne bumper yet, gallants, at parting, One toast ere we arm tor the fiht ; Fill round 5ach to her he loves dearest 'Ti the lal he may pledge her, to night. Think, of those who of...

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. — 1 October 1862

Ci AE OF TAB NORrU . f- ri:. Ik. s 1 ' WM. H. JACOBY, EDITOR. MOOISBUEC, f EDXESDAY, Oct. 1st, IS62. Stale, District and County Ticket- FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, ISAAC SLK NK ER, CFPMON COCNTT. FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, JAMES P. BAB It, iC? ALLEGHANY COCNTT. FOR ASSEMBLY, Ci:0. D. JACKSON, of Sallivan, JO UN C. ELLIS, of Montour, FOR PRESIDENT JUDGE, HOIf, WILLIAM ELWELL. of Towanda, FOR CISTMCT ATTORN IT, - E 11. LITTLE, ol Bloomshurg. . TOR COMMISSIONER, ROHR McHENRY, of Benton. For COPMTT SURVEYOR, IS AAC A. DEW1TT, of Greenwood. FOR APT5ITOR, A. J. EVANS, or Bloomsburg: Ihe Comlns Election. Terhaps no more favorable epportonity than fhe present will ever occur, for rescu ing this government from the hand of men who are demonstrated to be until for it gui dance through the fiery ordeal we are now undergoing. The people are awake to the dac&er, and are resolved to meet it. We Lave tried the radicals, agitators and aboli tion if-ts long enongh. They have succeed ed,by their foolish and ...

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. — 1 October 1862

ST AH OF THE NORTH Wednesday Morning, Oet. 1st, Pmo.fs sending 00 common icationt for pubU'atiou must sign tuetr names, to eu sure iui lueeriiou of tbeir productions. This editor wishes ajuad or two ol dry wood on ubscrip:ioQ lo the Star. We niiuMtave tue.arucid it we are compelled lo'dndi or pre 11. Crr. Clahk' Compiiuy returned 10 thia place ou lUuiaday evening fast Captain Klio arrived ou Sunday last with bis boys', II in good spirits after a campaign of some 12 dy. Rcr. G M Simatts, of Lewisbu'g.Iwiil preach, 011 Sabbath evening next, in tbe Bapt t Cburch',al Ibis place. He in an able and interesting talker. We hope be will bate a large audience. JocBrn W. Comlt, Laq. , having declined the nomination for President Judge in Schuylkill county, the Governor appointed Edvard O. Parry, of PotisviIIe, to fill the vacancy until after the t ext election. GiiORCc S. Coleman, Adjutant of the 6th Itegi., P R. V. C , was severely wounded at tbe late battle near Sharpsburg. He has been taken...

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 October 1862

TilC SCLDIEU S TREE FRIEND. ilOLLOWAY'S OINTMNT. Long marches, sore and siiT joints, bls teredaud inflamed feet, all these the sol dier most endure, MOTHERS. REMEM BER THIS, when your sons are grasping their muukets lo meet daitger, think what relief single poi of this ALL HEALING & COOLING Salve will give to ihe one yoe lore wb n far sway from home and friends It hardens and make tough the feet so that - they can endure great fatigue. It soothes "and relisves the inflamed and. stiffened joints, leaving ihem supple, strong aud vig orous, while for SABRE CUTS AND GCNSHOT WOUNDS Itstan Ja nnequalled, removing and pre venting svery vestige of inflammation and Tfnlv drawing the edgeslogether, it quick- lv and campletely heaU ihe most frigbtfo woands. WIVES AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN TEERS. You can not put into the knapsacks ol your husbands and brothers, a more valua ble or so ere necessary gift than a euppjy ol Ibis ' EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY SALVE. The lonely sentry walking hie rounds...

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 October 1862

H 9 f f 1 ; I 1 I ! J r i t 1 i j 01 TV, U. JACOB!, Proprietor.; Trah aad ItigLj ! and onr Comitry. Two Delias per Aunya. VOLUME 14. r BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA JCOUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 8, 1862. NUMBER 39. Tn. ,To Wfts- , ,, ST A R OF THE NORTH 1 fctJb ail vemser having been restored to, . r.,,.o..... - , - PUBLISHED 1TBRY WEDNEBPAT BT health in a few weeks, by a vary simple I ; Win II JACOBf " remedy, after having suffered years with a . P , , - , u , , a Cince on nam St., 3rd Sqnare below Market. .seveie lung affection, and that dread dis-1 ,!,o ' 4 Ml' ease, Consnmpnon-i-s anxioa to make LS ! Dollars pr annnm IJpa.d , , . ; . , t wtninix months from the time of subscri- kno-n !o his leiiow-sufferers the means of bins: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid cure. - ' j within the. year. No subscription taken for TVall who rfeeire it, he will send a copy i a less period than six months; no discon rfh n,;nn ,i re f hr 1 5 linnar.ee permitted until all arrearages are - i - V V r ...

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 October 1862

i OF THE NORTH, u i ill it?- si WW. 7. JACOBS EDITOR. LC32S3CSa, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 8th, 1862. State, District and County Ticket. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, ISAAC SL'LNKER, " CFCMON COCKTT. , FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL, j A HI K S P. BAR U , ; cr allecha.-ct cocnty. -Ffli? CON GUESS. HON. HENRY W. TRACY, Recommended by Ihe Democratic Con ' ference. FOR ASSEMBLY, GEO. D. JACKSON, of Salliran, ; JOHN C. ELLIS, ef Montour, I'OR PRESIDENT JUDGE, DOS. WILLI AM ELWELL. of Towanda, ,. . TOR EISTMCT ATTnRNRV. E. H. LITTLE, ol Bloomsborg. FOR COMMISSIONER, KOHRMcllENRY, of Benton. FOR COTJNTT PURVEYOR, ISAAC A. DEW ITT, of Greenwood. , for aclitor, , A. J. EVANS, of Bloomsburg. VOTE FOR Son. Henry IV. 'Tracy, ' OF BRADFORD, FOR CONGRESS. . . ;? Coasress. ' . For this very iraponant office the Demo crats of this District made no nomination, but siraply recommended the Democratic voters of the District to cast their ballots for Hon- Hekrt W: Tract, of Bradford county, who is an independent candidate, though ...

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 October 1862

OT THE SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION - . OF THE COLUMBIA COUNT ACniCULTUHAL SOCIETY, it TO BC HELD AT CCI0BE2, 15th." 18th, 17th & 18th, '3 CLASS 1. HORSES. Eeit pair draught Horses, " ti 00 5 00 8 CO 5 00 6 00 4 00 8 00 6 00 do -do - Beit 2nd Best 2nd" Be tt 2nd - Btt 2nd Carriage Horses, do do " . do . JJares, " do do Stallion over 4 je ira old, do - .d , do between 2 A 4 yeari do 'do do Brood Mare with colt at ber side, both owned by exhibitor, do do do ' 2nd Bt Single Carriage Llorse 2nd do do Bost do '-' Jlare, r Geldi&g Celt between 2 & 3 years JIare do" do' do 3 00 11 or aw do do 1 JL 2 years, 9 00 iuarg - v uj uv vu : llorse or Mare Cult under 10 months, . 00 n.t .n ri.t 'An An. Ofl " Exhibitors under this class will bare their Worses on the ground by 10 o'clock on Thursday, t which time the fudges will examine the.ni. Jirbsus Jictb Kovicnbuder, Franklin; Jere--Biiaii JIagnbncti. 'Centre ; lsuao O. Pursel, Hem lock ; J. P. Suiitb,' Grueuwoud ; Johu Zaiiwer, ' Urii Jv...

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 October 1862

1H2 iCLDiER'S TRUE FftlESD. J. L WAITS IIS A DY. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMNT. ! Long marches, sore and BttfJjoinis, blis tered and inflamed feet, all these the sol dier must endure, MOTHERS, REMEM BER THIS, when your sons, are grasping their muskets to meel clanger, think what relief a single pot of this ALLHEALING & COOLING Salve will give to the one yoo love when far away from home and friend? It bardjms and makes loogh the feet so that they can endure great fatiirue. It soothes and relieves the inflamed and widened joints, leaving them 6upple, strong and vig orous, while for sabre cuts and gunsh ot wounds. ItEtands nnequalled, removing, and pre venting every vestige of inflammation and gently drawing Ihe edgestogether, it quick ly and completely heals the most frighifuf wounds. WIVES AND SISTERS OF, OUR VOLUN TEERS. - You i can not put into the knapsacks of your husbands and brothers, a more valua ble or more necessary gift than a eupp y of this ; ...... EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY SALVE. ...

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 October 1862

i r n. U. JAC03Y, Proprietor. Trutt: and Right God and onr Country. Two Doilas per Amino. VOLUME 14. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY OCTOBER l(Tl862. NUMBER 40. Lin t t Tt iTh rrn it it To Consumptives. THE advertiser having been restored to health in a few Keeks, by a vsry simple remedy, after having suffered years with a severe lunar affection, and thai dread dis ease, Consumption is anxious lo make known to hi fellow-sufferers the means of cire. To nil who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used free of charge, witb the dirpctron for preparing and using the Mine, which they will find a sore cure or Consumption. A pi h ma, Bronchitis, &c. The only ptject of the advertiser in send ing ins Prescription is to benefit the afflic ted, arid spread information which he con (ireK lo b invaluable, and he hope9 eve ry sufferer will "try his remedy, as it wdl cost item nothing, and may prove a bless in?. Parlies wishing the prescription will please address Re...

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 October 1862

STAROF THE NORTH. 5 if-"' N ' .xo. tr;.-" : i--'rr-v' ? 3-fc. WVO TM. II. JACOB F, EDITOR. BLGOjUBCRS, WEDSESMT, Oct. I5th, 1862 ; ' - Efpubi:eaa Opinions of Lincoln's rrce?ama - tion. TU V" .1. T. " m no ivift AllHZO, . uiu li:eilWUg Oil ihe President Emancipation Proclamation pay? : - "From now till the first of Janonry :he day when ihii proclamation ill take ef fect is little over three months. What may happen between tow and then, in the pro gress cf the war, it is hard to say. We ear nestly hope, however, by that time the re bellion will be pat d nvn by the military hand, end that the terrible element of slave in surrect.on may not be iwkedj' Thin, we take it, is a virtual acknowl edgement that the proclamation aims at a "slave insurrection" in the Sooth,, with all its accompanying horrors the indiscrimi nate slaughter of white men, women and children, with the accompaniments of ar son, Mpe and all the hellish crimes which Giddings and his associates have for years desiring to ...

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