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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 1 March 1865

STAli OF THE NORTH "THINGS ABOUT TOWN & TOOTRY. .WEDNESDAY. 'MARCH 1.1865. . Pbesiuekt Lincoln ha issued a procla "nation cal'ing an extra Session of the Uni "tecV States Senate, to be convened oa the flooriliof March.at iwe'w o'clock. W a n t r d. T w o hundred horses, for Cav "tilry service, from fifteen to sixteen hand fhigh and from' fie to six year old. -Apply to Jacob Diehl, Bloomsburg;, Pa. I The Confederate House of Rpres?ntatives Rafted the Negro Soldier Bill, and it is pos aible the Senate will pass it in a few days. . . . . l . m m Kentucky stiff standi firmly by the Un ion and the old Constitution. On the 22d iay of Feoroary, 1865, a vote was taken on the ratification of the Constitutional .Intend ment." The Senate rejected the amend ment, by nine majority. -Ti r i !d - about nuy 01 our cguuus p..... .... tiJ nla- on Mondav last, to tin to llarns- burg to Jake the bounty offered by some place not specified, and rolonteer lor one "year. They were recruited by Capt. Jo...

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 March 1865

-4 , .;..Tros?8Ci3 of Val. 111,-1833 THCOLD GUARD'. A MfUJ 3 J 1 4 XL , 0)iVOTtDT0' LITERATURE, SCIENCS AND ;', AND THE . Principle of 1770 and '87. - C. CHAJCNCEY BUER, EDitoa. ?bt Maiar.'me will coniintia (o defend . lh principles of Govern rtvent which guided our fathers in the fonndulion of ihe .Republic. The spirit and doctrine of the two first volumes w'lj be fully maintained in the third" .volume. We have no compro mises 10 make with error no parley wilh despotism. Democracy will be treated, "not as a varying policy "of cunnirg offlce- v -seekers and spoil hunters, but lather as an abiding principle of political economy and of popular liberty. All supporters of this -t? volutionizing, Abolition war, will be held, a the" er emies of". Use Democracy. We hall acknowledge no .organization to be Democratic wtiich-does not honestly enun oiate 'ar d support the principles of the ""''Kentucky aud Virginia Resolutions of 1798 and tie Dred Scott- Decision of the Su- preme Court, the on...

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 March 1865

""TllE SlWK OF THE NORTH -' : iEmb . t . - i - - ' - v : Truth and Bight God and our Country. $2 50 la. Advance, per Anania, tt. U. JACOSI, nibllsherO BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. L865. NUMBER 20, VOLUME 16. Imxm'lanl .... lOAH ' ' IRO.V IN THE BLOOD, ll 1 well known lo the medical profes sion that Iron is the vi al Principle or Lite Element of Hie Mood. This i derived chiefly from the food we eat ; but if the " focd ia not properly digested or if, from any cause whatever, Hie necensary quan tity of iron is nor taken into the circulation or becomes reduced the whole system sut ler. The bad blood will irritate the heart, will clog op the lungs, will stupefy the brain, will obstruct the liver.and will send its disease producing elements to all part -of the syniem, and every one w'il suffer in whatever oigan :ry be predisposed to dis " case. The great value of IRON A A MEDICINK Is well known and ackno'i ledged by all medical men. The difficulty ha hear, to : o...

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 March 1865

star op the mm y.x- MWM. II. J A CO BY, EDITOR. ' CH1S. G. BJ RKLEY, Assistant Editor . BLCOnSBrRG, WEDNESDAY, 31 1 R( II 8, 1865. : a M. Pettengii.l & Co., 37 Park Row g. New York, are duly authorized to solicit and receive subscriptions and advertising for the " Star of the Aor, published at ,Bluoinsurg, Colombia county, Penn'a. Mather & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, ) tire authorized :o receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star of the Norlk. " Terms of this (after January 4, .86q ) 1 1.00 per Tear, of - S.fiO if paid itriclij fn ndracfe. - 3r. Sccrctirr Stanton a Coarieted Rebel. . . , 01 all tbe satellite of Mr. Lincoln, there . is not one who bas taken greater : pains, in M eeason and oat of seon, to denounce the . beinousness of secession, or who has scat- tered maledictions, upon rebels and rebell . ion, with proluser hand, than the Secretary of War, Mr. Edwin M. Stanton.. His ex , aggerated expressions oi loyalty 'and the superfluous aavageness of. his antago...

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 March 1865

v. .X STAll-OF THE NORTH . THINGS ABOUT TOWN & CCEIVTRY. nLooiisnui:o, pa. WKDNESDAY. MARCH 8,1965. 'Going the anow and coi.scripts. . ; . 5h 1 Coming Spring, mod and wild ducks. - ' a - i Capt. Beall, of the Southern Confedera cy, has been executed in New York, as a Oil Sunday last Rev. J. P. Tustln im mersed four person, in Fishingcreek. 1 Thr next Government .loan will be six 1 hundred millions of dollars! "Neber you be' frightened ! It's only for the darkeyr . tone to join and fight for Abraham 1" !Thi Dsaft, we understand, will take place in few days, when we are not in s formed.. We presume it will taxe place oon enoogh to satisfy the most ardent ad vocates of ,:a vigorous prosecution of the .war" or the most blood thirsty "Loyal Lea v goers" 'Vote for Lincoln and avoid the "draft" ' Goxit Oct Large numbers of men liable ' to the conscription, and others, for the nke of bounties, are leaving this ficini'.y every ', week. At this rate, we shall soon haVe but few lefi in 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. — 8 March 1865

t Prospectus of Fol. I II. 1SS5 . A M 3 M f i ( J y J l L , DFVOTKD TO 1.ITKRATCRE, SCIENCE AND ART, 3D TH8 Principles of 1770 and '87. C. C H A UK C KVB U R R, Eorroa. f IVTu Ma' azine" will continue (O defend the principles f Government which cuided our father in ihe foundation of the Iipoblic. Tbe epiiit and docirina of the two firat volumes wil be fully maintained in the third volume. We have no compro mises 10 make with error no parley with despotism. Democracy w.lt be treated, not a a var tug policy of cunni-g nfflee teeker and sprit hunter, but rather as an abiding principle cf political economy and ol popular liberty. All supporters of this revolution'zing, Abolition war, will be held as the eiennes o( ite Democracy. We shall acknowledge no orgat.tzarion to be Democratic which does not honestly enun riaie aid support the principles of the Kentucky aud Virginia Resolution of 1798 and the Dred Scon D. cision of the Su preme Court, the one assserting Stale Sou trtignty and the ...

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 March 1865

THE STAR OF THE NORTH. $2 50 in Advance, per Anuan. ft. U. JAC03Y, Publisher. Truth and Right Clod and our Country. i BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1865. NUMBER 21. Volume ig. 1 .1 0 YHE STAR OF THE NORTH is published tf ear wedncmmt bt WM. II. JACOBY, Hffire nri Stain St. irrt Snnnrft hilnw Market TEKMS:-Two Dollar and Fift, Cen.a Hn advance. II not paid till lb end of the TTear, Three Dollars will be charged. No subscriptions taken for a period less Hhan six months ; no discontinuance pemit- ted until all arrearages are paid unless at the 'option of the editor 7 A terms of advertising will be as follows: t)ne square, eight lines, one lime, SI 00 Every subsequent insertion, ..... 25 One square, three months, .4 50 One year, . . . 10 00 f From The Okio Crisis." Do Cay ob Ce Jubilee am Come ! J. S. Rock, colored, of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, was yesterday, on motion of Senator Sumner, admitted an at torney and counsellor iu the Supreme Court of the...

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. — 15 March 1865

STARWTflENti.RT.il. -i -a-L -V !- . . - .... . . , . fTA?. 7. fACOBY, EDITOR. CUAS.Q. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. JB10C.HSBCB5, WEDNESDAY, H1RCII I51S65. S. M. PrrTKNGin & Co., 37 Park Row New York, are duly authorized to solicit and receive subscriptions and advertising for the Slaroffne forth., published at Bloomsburg, Colombia county, Penn'a. '- tliTHKR & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, are authorized :o receive subscriptions and advertising, for the Slaf cj the North. Terms of this Paper ; (after January 4, i860 ) tl.CO pet-Year, or .40 if paid strictly in ndvanre. -History, . On the 4th day of March 1865, Washing ton exhibited a scene which will cast shame upon the' United States till time ends, and biight the pages of history in relating the disgrace thrown upon the nation by the drunkenness of Andrew Johnson, the Vice President chosen by Abolitionsts assisted by the bayonet. The scene as described by the loyal papers is giren in lie following report of his speech : "It wa...

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 March 1865

STAR OF THE-NORTH! - X- . 'TCIXGS ABOUT TOWN & COUNTRY. - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1165. Wchave been informed that ihe "Vill be made to day for ibis county. draft E. H, Litti., Esq., has moved hi law 'office, to the rooaa formerly occupied' by J. G. FnaEZK Esq., on Main Street, two doors 'below Sloan' e'.ore. Thc BLnoMBuaa Local Senat proposes to discuss, on next Friday evening, the pro 'prietjr of amending the Constitution of 'he 'United. States, so as to prohibit AOicac. Slavery. Three cent pieces of copper and nickle have been authorized by last act of Con gress, and the issue of fractional currency ttnder five. cents is 'to be prohibited. Calico at from 25 to 30 cents and muslin from 30 to 65 cent per yard, for 6ale at Sharpies'" store. Sharpie sells at reduced prices and always "cntr.es down" when goods "fall." Call and examine for your selves. . Coming Down. Consumers will be glad to know on the authority of the New York Commerical Adveriier, that there "has been k very heavy ...

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 March 1865

Prospectfis of Tol. III. I8S5. THE OITgUARDj A MOM Vr J 0 JMAL , PIVOTED TO LITKRATCRE, ICIENCB AND ART, AXD TUB Principles of 1776 and '87. x C. CHAUNCeFbURR, Ecrroa. . f1hi Maaiin 'will continne lo defend the principles of Government which " guided our father in ihe foundation of he -Republic, The spiiit and doctrine of the Iwc- first volumes will be fa Ny maintained in the third volume. We hare no compro mises to make, with errorno parley with despotism. Democracy will be treated, cot as a varying policy of cunnicg office seekers and spcil hunters, but rather as an abiding principle of political economy and o popnlar liberty. All supporters of this revolutionising, Abolition war, will be held r as the enemies of the Democracy. We shall acknowledge no organization to be Democratic which does not honestly enun eiate and support the principles of the Kentncky and Virg inia Resolutions of 1793 end tie. Dred Scolt Dtcision of the Su preme Court, the one asserting Stale Sov .' ertignty...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 22 March 1865

.,,,,,.,,, ' ' iii-' , , :Tfm STAB OP TIE NORTH. i'i i i i m i i ..i.i i i r -'" r W f 1 ft .1 a m n. fl m tfa Troth and Right God and our Country. W. 11. JAC03Y, rnblisher.j $2 9U ill aurautti iter auuuui f-. 1 r 1 4 r VOLUME 16. STAR OF THE NORTH Terms oC litis Taper : t; (after. January 4, i860 ) 3 00 per Year, or 2. JO if paid strictly ia adYacce. Sew England Bales the flatioa. ' Ah ! ihe good lime has come at last, New England roles the nation ; ' And now we've got you Hocaier fast lo spile of all creation. , " For thirty year we've labored hard ' For tariff and protection, And now we dare you to retort ,By setiiug up objectiou. , Protection is the very thing To gra'ify our wishes. It brings as riche like a king, Aud gold and silver dubes. ' It roalces us love yoa western folks With very kind regard. For now we sell you calico ' At filty cents a yard. . Once you had gold and-silver Flinging around like rockets But soon we mad ou spend it though To jingle in our pockets. ; While...

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 March 1865

r - STAR OF THE NORTH. J.' " -. " f Vine1 CV,."-- V WM. 'U. J ACOBY, EDITOR. CHAS. G. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. M03JSBCRG, WEDHSDAT, BIRCH 22, 1865. 5v M. Pcttekoill & Co., 37 Park Row New York, ate duly authorized to solicit and receive subscriptions atd advertising for the "Stdi of the North, published at Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Fenn'a. Maths & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, , are authorized :o receive subscriptions and advertising ior the Star oj the North. -Terms of this Paper : ; (after January 4, 186a ) 5J.00 per lear, or . 3.40 if paid utriellj in adYanre. The National Humiliation. ' The telegraphic, news of Wednesday af ter ihe Inauguration announced that Vice President Johnson had been unable, by reason of indisposition, to take his place as presidium officer of the Senate. This would naturally be expected after his oo.rageo usly dixracefally debauch of Stanrday, but the truth ol the matter is. so we have been in formed, that the :,dronk'? of Saturday ex tended ...

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 March 1865

"T STAR OF THE NORTH TI11.GS ABOUT TOWi& COUNTRY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. 1965. VVs notice some persons ate beginning to make garden in town. ' The iroius on ibe Catlawisaa railroad ran throogh "on time."" Passengers are carried over the West Branch in boats. Hon. C. R. Buckalrw has retarned from Washington to his residence near Blooms turg. . Aitkr a long and very cold winter, the spring opens pleasantly with a prospect of en early season for farmers. Ax the township election on last Friday the loyal ticket was elected by an average majority of about thirty five. Abraham Lincoln is opening a trade with the rebel, by swapping, bacon for to bacco, hi more profitable tha.i swapping horses crossing a stream. At the celebration of St Patricks day in New York the first toast offered was -''The Republic May the Angel of Peace soon cover a restored Union with the shadow of her wing." Fuank Lkslic's Lady's Magzink Is the cheapest anil best Gazette of Fashions in the world. The March comber ...

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 March 1865

iProspectasor Vol. 111.-1885. Till: OLD GUARD, A J 0 J ML $ AND DfYOTKD TO LITERATURP. SCrsPiCE ART, ASD THE Principles of 1770 and '87. v. , C. CHAUNCEY BURR, Editor. Thi'cMas.aziiie will continue lo defend , the principles of Government which , goided our father in the fonudation ot the Republic The spirit and doctrine of the two 'firsr volumes wll be folly maintained in the third volame. VVe have nocompro- - raises 10 make with error no parley with despotism. Democracy, will be treated, .j . not aa a varying policy. of connirg offloe- seekers and spoil hunters, but rather ad an abiding principle of political economy and of popular liberty. AH supporter of this revolutionizing, Abolition war, will be held as the enemies of lite Democracy. We fhall acknowledge no organization lo be 'Democratic which does not honestly enun eiale ' and support the "principles of ihe Kentucky aud Vvginia Resolation of 1798 and the Dred Scott Decision of the Sn ;preme Court, the one asserting Stale Sou...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 29 March 1865

4-. . " : , i ... : . -vs ... r- fi -.s -rt n n ,ti t ' T n T f 1 TT IK Jv -i AY.- f: O - -H 1 U -i' 1 - . . "I i 1 f$2 50 In Adrance, per Anuan. , U. U. JAC03Y, Publisher. Truth and Right God and oar. Country. ;' .iiiilU k7 U nLilU; HJiL-1 U. LLU 1 vj HJ' 11 U; JL iLU. o ' ' , . . . ; . , -f f '" ' ' . v ' ' i - "J " ' ' " -" -" ' -' ' ' "11"' ' "" " 'i'l-a '.' '"" 'J. "Ml , .-I, i i , . i i . i. - i ' t'mm ' ' 1 1 - --i -- 1 ..... , . , , u .VOLUME 16. THE MECUAMC. : ; o..'r,.. .Yonder h foes with jurdy tred, : .Tailing hard tor hi honet bread; . - .FIpee unrolled and cheeks high flushed. 'Svfcil the ci'y streets yei are horned ; ' i O ! ile siroDg Diifchanie ! V" --.The sinawy armed mechanic ! "With bin brod chest swelling 10 the stroke Ol the hammer syairnt the lusty oak . vDn-ing the nail wi;b a hearty will- .Whistling or cajrolling never still But ever iit labof doing His w 'tir, 1 Who loves the noble mechanic." .- r f .J"-;-.; ; - - ' " tThoa!hi! of fire and word of name, tof...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 29 March 1865

jTAROI? TDE-NORTD. a- f 3 i WV. II. JACOBY, EDITQR. CHAS. G BARE LEY,. Assistant Editor. & M. PKTTnnoitt &. Co., 37 Park Row New Yorlc, are duly anthorized to solicit and . d0 tiol think the chorch bas any right to receive subscription ar.d ad verttsir2 ifoTtbe 1 , , . Star cfUH Kortk, published at Bloomeborg, kSeP ODt ' or "clnd from- h" mmon-Colnmbia-eoenry. fenn'a. M. n n7 bot inner.. 3. Should I be Mathers Co.. 335 Broadway, new ork,, ire aothnrtzed :o receive subscriptions and idvert;rwr for the Slor of tkt North. Terms f .tliia Paper; ! (fcrrtR January 4, t86 ) 21.05 per Tear, ot I J. SO if paid itrlcHj fa advacrc. j Tec ttctsxATuac adjourned on Friday Vast at IS M. erne die. The session was ithort orp pared voith some former sessions. It lasted bat eiglily-enfl days; although there -were a large amount of legislation done) principallyxof a local character .There seem te be entirely too re oca local legislation done, in this State, -especially of late years. 'To nave g...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 29 March 1865

STAR OF THE NORTH TfllNGS C0"CT TOWX& COUSTRT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. 1965. Thb blue-bird have made their appear ance. They look re'lreshiogly vernal and 'sprightly. . - . . . Clibton Robbikb, of Greenwood town 'hip, will sell on Tnesday of next week "Tive head of horsea. together with a lot of -good lumber, and his entire household anil Ititchen furniture. VVc are hating an early spring. The 'weather for the past few days has been balm) and serene. The grass and the buds upon the trees are coming oat finely. Thcrc are indications of a , movement on 'the part of General Grant. Many of the eick thai were in the fie'd hospitals hare been removed to Ciiy Point. Captain Msksch has been, home on a 'visit to bis family . The Captain is enjoy ing good health and is foil of vigor. He reports the company in good heahh. Thi ' Fra Bill regulating :he Justices Wees in the Counties ol Erie and Crawford lha9 been exteutted to ihL counsy. We will -prepare and print a fx bill (or the Justices and...

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 March 1865

Prospsctiij of Vol. 1II.1865. A M 3 r -I l JOJ: L V ITOTSD TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ' ART AND THE " Principles of 1 77X5 and .'87; C.'CHAUNCEY BURR, Editor. " fllhia Magazine will -- the principles of continue (o defend Government which guide J our father in toe fonndation of .. 'he Republic. The spirit and doctrine , of the two first volumes will be fully , maintained in the third vol a me. We. have no compro mises td make with error no parley with despotism. Democracy -will be treated, not as a varying policy of ccnnirg office seekers and spcil-h'onters, but ruther as an abiding principle of political economy and of popular liberty. Ail supporters of this revolutionizing, Abolition war, will be held as the enemies of the Democracy. We hall acknowledge no organization to be Democratic winch does noi .honestly enun. ciate and support the principles ol the Kentucky aud .Virginia Resolutions of 1793 sndtbe-Dred Scott Decision of the Su preme Court, the one asserting Stale Sov ertign...

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 April 1865

i V i , I;! J. 0 - W. 0. JACOB F Publisher. Troth and Bisht- Gtd-and ur Couulry. ($2 50 in Adrance, per Annum. ) I u U BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, A PRIL 5, 1865, NUMBER 24. ;t.t :r7T-vT7:7; ".7i nT; .' n ; ; r - ,J " " ' . - . -: -- "Jmm - , - . ". (1 3 J ) t THE undersigned- having teen restored td- beattfct'io'a few Weeks, by a very' sim- pis remedy, afterjiaving eutfered several Tj ears, with a severe lung uffecrion, and fthatdread disease, Consumption -is anx ious to make-known ro bis fellow sufferers s ine means of Cdre. . .,.;. V- To all .who desire It, he will send a copy -of the prescription used free of charge " with the directions for preparing and using tthe fame, which they will find a sure cure for" Consumption, Asthma, BroncbJtis, '.'Colda, &c' -The only object of the adver- rj liser in sending t&e Prescripticn is to bene- fit(he"afliicted, 'and spread information ' c which, he conceives to be Jnvaluable and be hopes every sufferer will try h...

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. — 5 April 1865

STAR OF TflE10JtT.il. tf"N-li- r -S,- 1 1 '"'T?'Mv , WM. H. JACOBY, EDITOR. JCHAS. Q. BJRKLEY, Assktant Editor. BICOESBCRG, WE2JESDAT, IPR'L 6th, 1863. . . & M. Pktteksill Sl Co., 37 Park Row New York, tre duly authorized to solicit and 'receive subscriptions acd advertising for the 'Ftaroftke Korth, published at Bloomsborg, Colombia coontjr, Pehn'a. . , Matbch & Co-., 335 Broadway, New York, are aothori;?ed-:o receive subscriptions a&d advertising for the Star of the north. 1 j Terms of this Paper: - ! ; (ai-tib JkvvAki 4, i85& ) tJ 09 per Tear, or " . , l.iO 1 paid itrletrj in advancfl. 1 i - .rv RleiBond and Petersburg Ours. , Tcesday evening's papers confirm the "report that Richmond and Petersburg have fallen.- t It ought to bring peace toon. Tri Abolition preia keep elrtremely qoiet ever the disgraceful scene enacted by Avdy Johvsok on ike day of his inauguration as -Yca President of these cfu-United States. "Msjit" is the word with thene Abolition harpies '' w...

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