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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 9 September 1863

" 2li'HE L Mmidj aofjiiug- Sept.-, AGUICCLTCttiL A'OiTCET ACS Asrrictliliirol U,.. I chamcal Sr,c,eiy wilt lt,j ,hf,ir E .r' Fr' Tburdav, End y and October, 1863 or. near iJoomburT. PA wW oi tne Kxeciiuve Committee i . L! jd- ib'ui.'tii.aii j puny irj liij; hehl V De,nocra'ic Aliirir wiljto'gel up a feeling, with the Irish and on if iih- 01 ,tie coon,Jr commeritiann, against our candidate for govenor, t'ee "PP0'n"nents iiSVoK V. Woodward. Thev fav he daj paper. "anaiTs .Splendid pl( nraits oC no.oWlha Democratic eand Governor, for safe Col p.p J craer's Office. Call and tuy cf thmr cent 1 M Tat Hepresentatire Coi.ferr . w uiii veiuicJt UuxtUe, 'Ciia coanty. are - Jie Dem bp ;,b' CrjnBp Jf There a 1I atteudace. 1 mon,h fif-M Friday eveni.LT -pi.tomery car- the coumv f f )... r Hie cenaior, primary ee oer hh 4r,ta a y coinpetiror, J. ".oodi-JIrHivn 'Th naves n rsons exempted from ' i'ity, together . with inption, fcave een Iho cause of ordered ic b sr.eit. i it4 win is an t 1 Ml i e w...

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 September 1863

the s(Li'iEi:'s trie fkiesd. '7- - T . HOLLO WAY'S" OINTMNT. , i . "Long rxarches; sore and stifjjoiots, bl's t eteJ atid innsd feet, all these tbe sol dier most endup?, MOTHERS KEMEM BER THIS, when your son are grasping their mui kets to meet danger, th'mk-what relief a sinjile pi of this ALL HEALING & COOUNG Salve will give to the one you love when f ir aivay from home and friends it hardens a id makes tocgh the feet so that they can en Jure great fatigue. It toothes and relieve tbie inflamed end stiffened j iurs, leaving irjem supple, strong and vig iifoos, while for SABRE CUTS J ND GUNSHOT WOUNDS. It stands t.neq jailed, removing and pre venting ijvery vnslige of inflammation and gently drawing j le edgeslogether, it quick ly and completely heals the most frightful wounds., -j - WIVES AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN ... . i; TEERS. Yoo can not put into the knapafks of your husbands and brothers, a more valua ble or a ct?, neaeesary gift than a supply of his : i EXTRAORDINARY MILITA...

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 September 1863

ENQRT i, . J i- - i: - I 0 s ; . W.JJ. JACOSY, Fublisner.l VOLUME 14. STIR OF THE NORTH ' rOBLISHKD ITIBT WSD.IESKiT IT J XSSI. 1. JJCfjSF, -Crficcpa Sain SI., 3rd Square below l&tktt -TERMS: Two Dollars per annum if paid w;ithm six months from the time of subscri bing: two dollars within. iht year. in"anVf.'iT0lii J D d,8COn of the saints (Laughter) unaa&ce permitted uniil all arrearages ar. , . ... .; ' ... . paid, unless at the option of tbe editor. vlr Cox 1 Wllt Bhow Jou lhat " he he Ihttrrms of advertising wi '11 be 'as follows ftonest, he is a disunionist. If he will give One sqjare, twelve lines three times, $(m9 his attention amoment, he will see him- Ono year . ...... M -A POETRY. XII iilemorlam. rJli' M"?or' rnuattruyu fataiif Iry Mrs. Margaret I T. Fi battle was farfmIy fasin? aro. . ,rba Je4ios of ireasm, omn.niib-r -r. When the ,rder w heard through9 reanJ "award, sow. to the charge 10 8TC- Then mm- wa proved, with rashdoatheroedrtr,,oW,n; Vtrhile the .. r.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. — 16 September 1863

M OF TOE NORTH, 1 f. . iW'Jl. H.J ACQ BY, EDITOR. BICOISJICRG, WEDNESDAY, iSEPT. 16, 1S6J D EMOI RATIC STATE KO3ILATI0XS. FOR GOVERNOR, GJCOIICE W.WOODWARD) S OF LUZERNE COUNTT. JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, AVAITEU n.LOWISIE, or ALLEGHENY COUNT?. . ' 3 . FOR SENATE, , DJiTID B. MONTGOMERY, - !: Of Northumberland. ; FOR ASSEMBLY, GEO. D. JACKSON, ef Sullivan, JOHN C. ELLIS, of Montour, ' PROTHONOTARY. L JEJ.SE COLEMAN, of Orange. " REGISTER AND RECORDER, COL, JOHN G. FREEZE, of Dlooa. TREASURER DANIEL McHENKY, of Fishingereek. ' " COMMISSIONER. THOS.J. VANDERSLICE, of Hemlock. AUDITOR. .-' JOHN R YOnE,ofMiain. i CORONER, WILLIAM T. SUE SUN, of CaUwissa. - DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. 1 .The fo lowing meetings will be held in this County daring the weeks following the ' . ft..." . Bloomsburg. Wednesday evening, " Cr:uigevi!Ie, Thursday afternoon, " Berwick,1 Thorsday evening, u Slibtown, Friday afternoon, " Cailavrist a, Friday evening, " MiSinville, Saturday afternoon, " Benton. Thorsday afte...

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 September 1863

star: of the north BTcdnesday Eomin?,, Sept. 16, 1SS3. A rrw bushels of potatoes will be taken at thin ofBcs on subscription.-at the market price if brought this week or the beginning Oi" ie xu - - i , Chules G. Rarklkt, County Soperinten dent, advertises examination of teachers in to-day's Shir. They commence on the 21st ins!, and nd Oct- 3Ch, 1863.' On Tuesday evening last, Daniel Eimen trout, Efq., of Berks co. and Col. John G Freeze, of Bloomsburg, addressed the cili 2enn oi Almtoar township, Columbia co. Portraits. Splendid Ponraits of Jcdgb Wo3d'bjj, the Democratic candidate for Goemor, !ror sale by Col. Freeze, at tbe Recorder Office. Call and buy one Price thirty centj. Th best thing the Abolition party can do it ibis State they are beaten by not less 'than. 40 COO voies. Andy will stand no c bance by "she side of a roan wto respects and support s the Constitution. Tut contiactors candidate is bnsy stamp ing, the Stale. Andrew G. Cortin is the Abolition candidate, supported ...

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 September 1863

THE ECLDIEU'S THEE FRIEND. ALrAl'S HEADY. HOLLOWAVS OINTMNT. Long marches, sore and stiff joints, blis teied and inflameil feet, ail lha the sol dier roost endnre, MOTHERS. REMEM BER THIS, when your sous are grasping their muskets to meet danger, think wnt relief a single pot of this ALL HEALING & COOLING Salve will give to the one you 'lore wtea far away from home and friends, ft hard na and makes lough the feet so that they can endure igreat fatigue. It soothes and relieves the inflamed and stiffened joints, having them snpple, strong and vig orous, while for SABRE CUTS AND GUNSHOT WOUNDS. Il stands nneqoulled, removing and pre ventins every veitige of inflammation and gently drawing tie edgestogether, it quick ly and completely heals the most frightful woundtt. ; WIVES AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN- . , TEERS. You can not put into the knapsacks of your husbands and brothers, a more valua ble or mo re necesary gift than a supply f his i EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY SALVE. The lonely sent...

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 September 1863

IT 1 Two Doll as per Auuura. H . U. JACOBY, Publisher. Truth and Bight -God aad our touutrj. I V. r ? ) ! , I 7 ) 1 VOLUME 14. STAR OF THE NORTH PCSLISBKD ITIBT WBDHKSP4T Y . . ' wa- U. JACOB!, ; JOff.cc on Saia St., 3d Square below Sarkct TEl'MS: Two Dollars pur annum If paid . within six rnotitbs from the lime of subscri bing: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid vitliin tht year. No subscription taken for b lesu period than 6 is months; no discon tinuar.ee perm'tted until all arrearages are paid, utiles at the option of the editor. 7k terms of advertising will be as follows : One square, twelve lines three times, 81 00 Every subsequent insertion, ..... t6 One square, three months, ....... 3 00 One rear.. ............ ... 8 00 THERE'S DiXGER IS DELAY, A Call to Freemen. Up. Freemen ! Up! in Freedom's cause ! Why sleep the People'a power:, While rights, thro' straggling sges won, Are fleeting with the hour 1 Our rights our braTe forefathers forced Fmm tyrants' greedy sway. Are l...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 23 September 1863

S T A II 0 1? T II E N 0 II T II. T",s PFAf. -a. J ACQ BY, EDITOR. BLOOSSBCRGWEMESDIY, SEPT. 2J, 1863 DO10CILATIC STATE K03IINATI0XS. TOR GOVERNOR, EOIIGE W.WOODWARD, OFLCERKE COCNTT. JUDGE OF THE SUPliEMR COURT, 1VAJLTEII II. LOW i: IE, Or AM.EGHKNT "COUNTT. FOR SENATE, iDATID D. MOXTGOMEIiT, Of Northumberland. . . for assembly; CEO. D. JACKSON, cf SnlliTan. JOHN C ELLIS, cf illontour, PROTHONOTARY. JESSE COLE 'J AN, of Orange. REG STER AND RECORDER, COL JOHN C FIIEEZE, of Bloom. TREASURER. DANIEL MclIENKV. of Fishlcjererk. COMMISSIONER. THO.'J. JVANDt:nSLICE,ofnemIocJv. AUDITOR. JOHN il YOHt:,cf5IiClIa. CORONER, WILLIAM T. SIIOJAN, of Catawissa. The Haine Elcttion. The returns from Maine are sufficiently complete lo render it certain that the Re publicans have carried the election by a slightly larger majority than that of last year. The rote is one of the heavier ever cast in the Slate, and indicates thai both parties put forth their whole strength. The result, though it is :o be...

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. — 23 September 1863

mm-1 mi STAR OF THE NORTH Wednesday Morning, Sept. 21, IS6L A Fw bushels of potatoes -wiil be ; taken at this office on subscription, at the market price if brought this Ceik or the beginning of next. Roucrt F. Clarx, Esq., lias agreed to addren a series bf'meetings for the Repub lican party, in this county. Mr C. is a good Mump oraror, but hi talk is -on the Vrong side of the house 10 win. Tht Democratic Ticket is printed at this office and ready for distribution. The wole 'ticket and notb:ns but the ticket, headed by .Woodward and Low me. W are informed that the "Chan-man "of ' the U no ii Standing Committee of Ihia coon ' ty has repeatedly said, he never wouhl support Akdbew G Ccr-mn for reelec tion. A change must have come over Via .reams, for he is now supporting Cur tis with all brs might. Probably when he aid he would not support CbrTin be , thought, like many 'others, that Any would not ask a reflection There are a great many people who declared their intention not to suppor...

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. — 23 September 1863

THii scLDiE irs xra E friend. ""AfcYTaYS READY; --''-; ' f - ' a ' IIOLLOWAY'S OINTJBNT. Long marches, eore and stiff joints, blis tered and inflameu feel, all these the sol dier mon endure, MOTHERS. REMEM BER THIS, whim your sons are grasping their rnoekets to meet danger, think what relief a single po of this ALL HEALING & COOLING Salve wii! give to (he one yon lore v.'hea far away from home and friends. It hardens and roakes tough the feet so lhat tbey can endur great fattgua. Ii soothes and relieves tbe inflamed end stiffened joints, leaving them supple, strong and vig orous, while for SABRE CUTS AND GUNSHOT WOUNDS. It sland9 nnequalled, removing and pre venting every vestige of inflammation and gently drawing ihe edgestogether, it quick ly and ccmpleu ly beats the raosi frightful wounds. - WIVES AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN TEERS. Yoa can not put into the knapsacks of your husbands and brother?, a more valua ble or more Decenary gift than a supply of his . -, - ' EXTRAORDINARY ...

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. — 30 September 1863

1 i MM iv r j i U Ui JACOSY, i BblisbcrO Truth and lUgbt God and oar Country. two Doll as per Annum. VOLUME 14. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 18G3. NUMBER 49. STAR OF THE NORTH tl0n, or hd who rememberB the obIisalions . of race, of kind ted, of religion 1 He who f CBHSH1D XTMT WDif80.T BT . ! . , " W II JiCOBf ; gives them a cause lo fight for, or he who : rrt. , . . , , , ... . takes away all cause for fighting V Clflee on Sain SU Sd Sqnirc belo Sarket - VVn0) inhe 6eld wi(l-he r;bel8 moM s .TLKMS:-Two Dollars n-r; annum If paid ,boge who 8topped tecrn!ling at the begin-V-tilno bix months from the time of subpcn- , . . v - bint: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid Ing of the war. or those who wished to go 'within the. year. No subscription taken for on with it t Those who profligately ware a lew period than six months; no discon-j the resources of the nation, or those who unaar.ce permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the...

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. — 30 September 1863

; r" ".' . , i -. j wJ, - -o' , . ... vA-ti . V'!' ITU LVTVT i I ; fPJ. H. J A CO BY, EDITO R, BLC33S3CR&, TOAESDiT, SEPT. 23, 1863. BE:10C1HATI!! STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, ' C4 EOIldE ;W. WOOD WAR D, OF l.fERNC COCSTY. . : . JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT," WALTER II LOWiilE, or Jlleghknt COCN7T. FOR SENATE, ; . DAVID B. J5I0XTCO3IGRY, Of .Vorthumberland. ' FOR ASSEMBLY, " ' ' GEO. D. JACKSON, ef Snllitan, J0UN C. ELLIS, of Montour, PROTHONOTARY, JESSE C0LE3I AN, of Orange. REGISTER AND RECORDER, COL. JOllXiG. FREEZE, of Blood. ' TREASURER. - DAM EL RNHEXRY, ef Fishicgercek. : COMMISSIONER. ' THOS. J. VANDKRSL1CK, of Hemlock. j AUDITOR. . . JOHN IL YOIIK,cf JliQin. CORONER, - WILLIAM T. SlitmiN, of Catawissa V, Iij are tte Traitors I BifJAMiN F.Butleu, the hero ol Big Bdth el and Loweli-t-tf.e successful financier in New Orleans, ;ho pocketed oer a million of dollar by his official corruption- in that -CiTyia engaged oy me ia'rtix a ate com-raitt-JiMo makt speeches in ' favo...

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. — 30 September 1863

STAR OF! THE NORTH wr:; t " ;-v - b:l,oo:tikub;s pa. Wcdiicsday Jlornin, Sept. SO, DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS Another series of Democratic Meetings, wtll be held throughout this county previ ous to ihe election. Dae notice will be fc'iTea bwh through the Democratic press ol the county and by hand til! of the limes and places cf holding these meetings. A Lo'idcf Dri Wood will be taken at this Office on subscription. Also, a few basheU I cortt in the ear. . Thb "Shoddy candidate1' passed this place last evuning, (Tuesday) on hi slumping lour to Lnterne county- A few of his po litical faith went to the Depot to do him . u w vita VI v IB l ooa w i v t wvi ui wi 'Shoddy" iih a kits I Ths Prkmicm Li?t for the next Anneal Cotomtia County Agricultural Fair is pub lished in tsday! Star The information this mutter' imparts . to any one who takes an interest in the advancement of agricul ture, is alone worth inore than the sobscrip lion price ol a local newspap.gr. Wc have been compelled since we re ...

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. — 30 September 1863

'nm SwLdieh's tube friend; SAD flOLLOWAT'S OINTMNT. Long marches,', sere and stiff joints, bil leted and inSamitd feet, all these the sol dier most endur, MOTHKRS, REMEM BER THIS, wbeiiynor sons are grasping their muike's lo jmeet danger, think' what felief a s-fig? po of this ALL HEALING & COOLING Salce will give to the one you love when far away from home and friends. It hardens and makes tough the feet so that they can endure, great fatigue. It soothes and relieves lh( inflamed and stiffened joints, leaving tbsm supple, strong and vig orous, while for SABRE CUTS AND GUNSHOT WOUNDS. It stands nneqiialled, removing and pre venting every vestige of inflammation and gently drawing the edges together, it quick ly and completely heals the most frightful wounds. WIVES AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN . ; ; TEERS. You can not pnl into the knapsacks of Tonr huxband md brothers, a more valua ble or more neciissary gift than a supply of his , . - i EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY SALVE. The lonely sentr...

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. — 7 October 1863

r i i ) ? t ? I V tt. U. JACCBr, Publisher. VOLUME 14. STAR OF THE NORTH FC1L1SHB3 KVS3T WBDHISDAT BT ' W. H. JiCOBF, -Cfflie on Sain St., 3d Square below Bai&et TEKMS: Two Dollars pur annum Hpaid "within six months from the time of subscri bing: two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within tha year. Ka subscription taken for less period than sit months; no discon tinuance permi:ted, until all arrearages are , paid, unless at tie option of the editor. ' 7 hi' terms of ailvertising trill kt as follows ; . One square, twnlve tines three times, Si 00 Every subseque nt insertion, . . . 35 Oae square, thnse months, . . , . - . 3 00 One year, . . . . ... . . . . . 8 00 Choice iJcet-rrj. CONJUGAL POETRY. 'Oar friend David Barker. Esq ," says an Fasten paper,"who has produced some of the bast poetry - ever written by a Maine ward, pleased at a little incident that hap pened in his family, (the first occurrence vi tho kind,) gives vent to bis feelings in the following imaginative piece...

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. — 7 October 1863

CI 0 TAR OF THE NORTH, mi. II. JACOB!, EDITOR. BLOOMBERG, WEDNESDAY, CCT- 7tu, ISSI. FOR GOVERNOR; GEORGE W.WOODWACD, OF LCZI:BNB COUNTT. - JUPGEOFTHIS SUPREME COURT, WALTER H. IaOWI.lE, Or ALLK5HENT COUNTY."' FOR SENATE, - DAVID D. MONTGOMERY, Of Northumberland. FOR ASSEMBLY, GEO. B. JACKSO.Wef SElIlTan, JCIIX C, ELLI S, cf Montour, PROTHONOTARY. 4 JESSE C0LE3IAN, of Orange. REGISTER AND RECORDER, COL. JOHN G. FREEZE, of Bloon. ' 1 KB.ASUtifc.ii. DANIEL McllENRY, of Fishingereek. COMMISSIONER. TUGS. J. VANDEHSLICE, of Hcmlorfc. '. 'V. ' AUDITOR. JOHN R TOIIE, of Midin. COEONER, WILLU2I T. S II UMAX, of Catawissa. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS Tie following t'eraocratic Meetings will be h s!J io Colombia county, between this and )he Llections j Jewytcwn, Thursday, at 12 MiffUn, Thursday evening M., Oct. - do 8th, do Ftabtown, Frida) nfiernoon. Beaver, F. Shuman's, Saturday, Rohrsburg. Saturday afternoon Fsprtown, Mondi.y evening ' do 9ih, do 10th do do ; do 12th, Hie above Alee ungs will be 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. — 7 October 1863

STAR OP THE NORTH EI0.TISI5l!llG, IA. ;.Wrdaf$dsy Eornin, oer 7 .ISH. RtAC Uie afttcla on oar first page, 'LoyaI -&. Disloyal.'; . It is a sonnd fend able article, tat s n from the Old Guard, famished as by a Democrats: friend. Ii will well repay a arsful perusal. - The Demcrrats In ail parts ol this county are at work In good earnest. They will "increase the Democratic majority in old Columbia this Fail Irora three to foor hna drcd. - ' -y roaraiiTs sptenaiu rortrans ol Jitgk Woodward, the Democratic candidate for Goterder, frr sale by Col.' Freeze, at the P.ecorJer's CfSce. Call and boy oue Price thirty cent.! ' " ; fh Agricultural Society of Northumber land Co, will hold their Eleventh -Anneal Tair, at Mihon, on the l4ta,T5'b, and "16th osys of Oi.Mcber" next. Citizens of this ; t don ty will be allowed to compete for the Jrmiuras. ; Oca losses in officer of Rosecf ans atmy, -o lar as thsjy have come to hand, amount to one 3rigtdier General, six Colonels, two Majors, fire Cap...

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. — 7 October 1863

r --If - - - r vi' r-1 T''7' fiOLLOWAY'FoiNTMNT. Long rr arciies, sore and stiff joints, bl;s tered and inflamed feef, all these the sol dier nrust eniinre, MOTHERS, REMEM BER THIS, vhen yoor eons are grasping thir nusketj to meet danger, think- what r!if a singlf po of this ALL HEALING & COOLlNGSalve will give to the one you love when fair sway from home and friends. Ji hardens aad makes lough the, feet bo that they oan endure great fatigue. It soothes and leliovea the Inflamed and stiffened joints, leEtvinjj them supple, strong and vig or oas, while; for "... -SABE.E CUtS AND GUNSHOT WOUNDS. It slands ntiequalled, removing and pre venting ever; vestige of inflammation and gently diawiiig the edgestogether, it quick ly and completely heal the most frightful WIV ES AND SISTERS OF OUR VOLUN- r TEERS. '' - You can not put into the knapsacks of your husbaitds and brothers, a'more vaiua t 'a or more necessary gift than a supply of his : ; - ;. EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY. SALVE. This lon...

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. — 14 October 1863

r i r 4 0 Vr, 11. JACOBY, I ublisher. - Truth and Right God and our Country Two Doll is per Annum. 0 E NORTH VOLUME 14; N Y. flVEEKLY NEWS. The cheapest and b.-st New York News paper. Onljr one dollar per anunni. Eht pages frty column. A complete record of event, Benjamin Wood, etiiior and pro r-rietor. Published at No. 19 Ciiy Hall Sqoau, Daily News Building, New York City, r THE NEW YORKWEEKLY NEWS is onrivufeJ iir it ability and enterprise as a public joiirral. and in EVERY DF.PARTNENT It mo't efficien ly conducted, so as to form a weekly record of event political, com - mercial, financial and - literary, ihrognout the World.; In addition to Ihi it contains " till fhre Domestic Intelligence of each week and mrl reports of every n.atier of public interet. A a political Journal The Weekly News will be found on the side of tha Constitu . lion of ibe co'jrtry a. it was framed and . estsblisasd hy the Fathers of the Republic, and w ill wan with care and fidelity every public act I hut...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 14 October 1863

1 STAIIQP THE NORTH. . mil. &. JAOOBY, EDITOR. BLCOSSBDS:, WEIfAESDAT, CCT. Ulh, 1863 DEEOCRATir; MEETINGS. During the last week past ihe Democracy held orae dl the largest and most epirited neeiini every held in Columbia county. Tbey weje attend! by thousands the peo ple seeming more thoroughly aroused in the cause of Democracy and Liberty than- ever at any prsvious campaign. It is with them, Liberty or Tyranny I They feel that to enjoy their Freedom and Civil Liberty longer tbey nMJSt!eu the Democratic Ticket, thereby place tliti pc wer tind control of this Govern ment into safe ha .ids wih persons whm they can tru3i and enjoy their constitution al privileges as they have heretofore under Democratic rule. 'This being hampered and chained -doim by the bands of the present despotic an J tyrannical Administration for exercising a frewnan'a right, is a thing not to be'toleraied any longer by a once free white" people. They -have borne this des potic pressure lang enough. A change ...

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