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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 14 November 1860

1 1 i r U . II. JACOBT, Proprietor. Truth and Right God and our Country. Two Dollars per An nam. VOLUME 12. BLOOM SBURG; COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14, I860. NUMBER 45. r STAR 0 ivrninynn J t ) i v V s STAR OF THE NORTH rYELISHED EvKlCT WWSHPtT BT WS. II. JACOBT, Office on Main St., Td Square below Market, TERMS: Two Dollars per annum if paid "within fix months from the tim of subscri bing : two dollars and fifty cents it not paid within the year. No subscription taken for less period than six months; no discon tinuances permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option oT the editor. The terms of advertising vcill be as follows : One square, twelve lines, three times, SI 00 Every subsequent insertion, ...... 25 One square, three months, 3 no One year, . . . 8 HO SUICIDE. Timo'.heus Jeems Augustus Brown Took cold into his head, And sneezed from morn till night, until He wished that he was dead. Tl! take my worthless life," said he, And took his razor down ;...

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. — 14 November 1860

STAR OFTIIE NORTH, "W M . H- J ACQ B Yj EDiTOR. JLOOgSBURG, WEDNESDAY, MiyTU, I860. : The late Elettion. Though a .great Bectional party has sue ceeded in -electing their candidate for the Presidency, by a coalhion of the Abolition jets, Know Nothings, and their prototypes, yet we by no means despair ; but on the contrary have abundant oaiwelfor congratu lation. The Congress which meets this -winter will have a Democratic majority, 'owing to the fact that one member from Kentucky was prevented from taking his -seat last winter on account of not having .attained the ge require-! by the Constitu iion, which impediment is now overcome; :and two other members who were detained y sickness can be present this session, rtbut giving the Democrats control. The recent election returns further indicates that th a next House of Representatives will be Democratic, as well as the United States Senate. The Judiciary also are Democratic jviih one exception, consequently conserva Cm. "We thus see th...

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. — 14 November 1860

8Ti Lit OFT 1: niNORTR. WM. H. J AC O B Y, EDITOR. .ILCOSSBERC, EE1)XESDAY, M)Y. 21. 1860. WiiHal :fcr Tinted Stales Senator. We iee in the last number of the Repub Item an editorial article; strongly recora- ending Davio Wilmot for' United Slates Senator, to succeed Hon. William Bicier. This chief of Republicanism, in Bradford county, is according to . the Republican's argument, entitled to some substantial pay at the bands of hi party. He, VVilcnot, led their party in the campaign of 1857; being their "candidate lor Governor; ,and in every political battle that has been fought since, he has appeared among the most prominent in 'their ranks. t Laying aside ail the hard work he has ever done for the party, does fie suit the limes ? ' We should think not, moch less suit the editor of the Republican or his party. ' During the whole campaign this Reputjican paper was filled with tariff preaching to the people of Columbia county, and since, the election has claimed to have elected its -...

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. — 14 November 1860

STAR OF THE NORTH, Cioocsburg, Wrdaesday, November 14, I860. A few bushel? of baking apples will be 'taken at thia office if brought wiihin a week or two. LrzRRNE Cocntt has gone for Lincoln by 49u majerity. Thia looks rather strange for Ja Democratic county. Those of our patrons owing us for rtSarly hree year's subscription had better be call ing in at the Captain's office 'with the ready -John We lerfrn that the Depot m llris place- on the Lackawanna anil Bloomsburg 11. R ia under contract. Cyrus Fry, of this lotvn, ia doing the work, and i to 'have it 'Corri Ipleted by the first of next January. Thb Danville intelligencer says, that a 'house belonging to Messrs. Waterman & BJeaver, situated in the vicini'y Sf the borough, caught fire and burned lo the aground, on Monday of last week. Dividends -The Bank of Danville has declared a dividend of 5 per cent foT the -last fix months; the Bank of Nonhumber land 4 per cent ; the Lewisburg Baj.k 4 per -cent ; and the Milton Saving Ban...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 14 November 1860

r FKICES TO SOT THE TIMES. The-Largest and Cheapest stock ever. ' offered in this City. . ' - WHOLESALE DEALER IN French and German Baskets, Wood and Willow Ware. Notions, Brushes, oil cloths, Coton Laps, WaddiDg, Carpet Chain, &c. No. 119 MARKET Street, bdow 2imJ, norih side Philadelphia. IHE subscriber has just opened an errtire- y new and complete stock ot goods ot the besl'aualitv and description, to which he would respectfully call the attention of Merchants and Dealers who wish to find a ?ood article CHEAP FOR CASH. These goods were bought for Net Cash, At ihe greatly redoced prices consequent nnon the stringency d the times, and be- lievincr the ,lnimble sixpence" to be better than the ''glow shilling," they are now of fered to the public al prices they defy com petition. . , The following are a few of the articles al- trici rm hand Pails and Tube of at1 kinds and qualities, Tnv Pails. Salt and Sugar boxes, Hull Busn ls and Teck Measures. Well Buckets, Towel Rollers, Pate...

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. — 21 November 1860

1 BCJB 5 r 11 V. 11. JACOBY, Proprietor. Truth and Right- God and our Country. lTwo Dollars per Annua. VOLUME 12. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY NOV EM BE II 21, 1860. NUMBER 46. OP W1LU; 11 .ii .LL o f 5 T j ) i STAR OF THE NORTH rVILIIBtl) XTIBT WEDKKSST BT ; , WM. fl. JACOBY, ; Office on Mala St., !nl Square ueiow Market, TERMS; -Two Dollars per annum if paid Within fix months from the time of subscri bing : two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. No subscription taken for a lei period than fix months; no discon tinuances permitted until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option o7 the editor. The terms cf advertising will be as follow : One square, twelve lines, three times, SI 00 Every subsequent insertion, . .- ... 25 One square, three months, ....... 3 00 One year, ....... 8 00 :' -"A Fll'LT CONFESSED," ' BT J C. PRtX'CC. " " ' ' A fault renftu'dis half redress' J A simple saying, brief and wise ; The ready troth i ever best, II iroth without...

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. — 21 November 1860

STAROF THE NORTiL Bioomsburg, Wednesday, November 31, 18G0. A SicNiTC is about to be organized in this Jlace. See proceedings in another column. -' ; Ox Tuesday evening last we had the sec ond snov xf the season. The ground was fe:iy -completely covered. Tuosr: of onr patror.s that we have pent Vills to by letter had belter pay some atten tion to the matter. A horse trot came off on last Thursday, liear the borough of Berwick, for a purse of tHiRTT dollars. Sporting place that ! J.J. Brower has been appointed a School Director in. this District to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dr. P. John. A good appointment. ' On Monday afternoon last we experienced The col Jest rain of the season. The follow ing eveuing the ground in places lroze hard. . - . ;- ' ' We learn that a protracted meeting has "been in'progress in the M. E. Church at Berwick for nearly two weeks with good success. - ' The gentleman who promised c a Tur key for Thanksgiving day must- have for gotten his pr...

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. — 21 November 1860

VaiCES TO SUIT TIl TIMES."' Tlie Largest and Cheapest stock ever offered in this City. . WHOLESALE DEALER tN french and German .Baskets, Wood and Willow WareTNotions, Brushes, oil cloth, Colon Lapp, Wadding, Carpet Chain, &c. No. 119 MARKET-Street, b!ow 2nd, (north side) Philadelphia. mHlT subscriber has just fpened an entire- V ynew and complete stock of goods of ilka ht nnalito anrf description, to which fce would respectfully call the attention of Merchants and ueaiers. woo win w umi good article CHEAP FOR CASH. - These goods were bought for JVef Cash, t the greatly redoced .prices consequent nnnn iho ctrnoncv ol the limes, and be lieving the "nimble sixpence" to be better ii Kc!m. K".Hino thev are now of- 1 HSU 1U PiW " . - - fared to the public at prices they dcry com petition. - . . ' , . Th. fnitn;n(r arfl a few of the articles af - Arm honH ' Pails and Tubs of all kinds and qualities, Toy Pails, Salt and Sugar Doxes, nan oma l and Pact Measures, Well Buckets, Tii Hniiara...

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. — 28 November 1860

1 J i r 1?. ' II. JACOBT, Proprietor. Truth and Riht God and oar Country. Tw Dollars per Annua. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER. 28, I860, NUMBER 47. VOLUME 12. 1 STAR 0 A & V - i ? X J 1 ) 7 ? f i 1 STAR OF THE NORTH miLIIEtD KTKBr WIDSIiriT IT WM.-U. JACOBT, Office on 3Iain St., 3rd Sqnarc below Market, TERMS : Two Dollars per annum if paid within six months Irom the lima of subscri bing : two dollars and titty cents it not paid within the1 year. No subscription taken fur a 1im period than fix months; no discon tinuances permitted until all arrearages are paid, unlets at the option of the editor. fl'ht let ms vj advertising will be as follow : Oue square, twelve line, three times, SI 00 Every subsequent insertion, 25 Oue square, three months 3 00 Jii9 year, . . . . . 8 IK) BE E.imST. . ' Be earnest in thy calling, Whatever it may be Time's amis an eve (falling. AuJ wilt not wait fur thee ! . With real and vigor labor, , . And thou will surely rie ;. - Oil...

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. — 28 November 1860

STAR OF THE NORTH. WM. H. J ACOBY, EDITOR. BLOOESBUG, 5EDSESDAY, MY. 23, I860. Hon. Henry K. Strong, A prominent public man, of this State, died suddenly, at the St. Lawrence Hotel, lhiladlphia, on Wednesday laet, in the ,64th year of hie age. The Eanki. The bank statement, both of the city of Philadelphia and New York, exhibit rather an unexpected decrease in loans, after all that has been said abont expansion ; and the fact of very liberal dUcoanta lor the last three or four days shows how severe had been the contradiction for the three days preceeding. The decrease in specie at Philadelphia is $700,000, and a like amount in New York city. In the two places there is a decrease in the deposits for ths past week of over thru and a quarter nilUoni. Toe Legiiiatnre of 1861, Will commence on the first Tuesday of January next. It will be a session of much Interest. The election of a U. S. Senator will take place on the second Tuesday ; on ihe third Monday of January a Slate Treasurer wi...

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. — 28 November 1860

STAR OF THE NOM,! Bloorasbnrj, Wednesday, SoTember 2S. 1SG0. Wb cannot agree to publish R. Newell's Photograph Gallery upon the term offered by Mr. V. B Palmer. Trade not accepta ble. '. ' Thk new German Reformed Church is fast nearing completion, under the supervi aion ol Mr. Simon C. Shire. It will be a handsome edifice when finished. PecLTRT, of every description, taken at this office on account. Atso grain will not hm refused, but taken at the highest market . riee. y . , m m On aecount ol too mnch other business, we tailed to notice several periodicals in this Star. They will be attended to in our next ' yA Protracted Mrctikc was commenced Vy our friends of the M. K. Church in Light Ftreet on Saturday last. If attended with good success will continue a week or two. ' On Wednesday night a week, a series of meetings will commence in the Lutheran YJh.irch.at ih'm place, under '.ho pastoral charge ot ths Rv. J R Dimm V are credibly informed that, Hon. ItitRRACE GftKELET,of the New ...

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. — 28 November 1860

MARK THESE PACTS ! THE TESTIS10M OF THE WORLD. rzJLL-rm--'. . -Vnr. v 1.6:. WOl.tOWAY'SOlNTMENT. BAD LEGS, BAD JBREATS, SORES AND ULCERS. All description of sores are remediable! A... I. - - 1 .1 5 f V, inl. I vj iub proper aiiu uwig-em mvi n"" -timable .preparation. . To aitmpt lo cure - Bad legs ty plaslerng ibe edges of the -wound together is a folly ; for should the -skia mitw, boggy diseased donditiori re main ooderneatii to break out with tenfold fory in few days; The only rationanl and successful treatment, as indicated by nature, it to reduce the inflamaiion in uod about the wound and tc soothe the neighboring part by robbing in plenty of the Ointment a fall is forced into meat. DIPTHERIA, ' ULCERATED SORR THROAT, AND SCARLET AND OTHER FEVERS. Any of the above diseases may be cored hy well robbing the Ointment three t nr. a day into the cheat, throat aod neck of the t patient ; it will soon penetrate, and give immediate telieL Medicine taken by the mouth must operate upon th...

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 December 1860

t THE STAR F'THWTHORH IF, 11. JACOBT, rroprieler.' Truth and flight tod and onr Country Two Dollars per Annan. - -TV BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY DECF.MBKR 5, 18(50. NUMBER 48 "VOLUME 12. A STAR OF THE NORTH MBUSHIB KVIRT WED5E3PiT BT W3I. II. JACOBY, Office on Bluin St., 3rd Square lelow Market, TERMS : Two Dollars per annum if paid within fix months from tlie time of subscri ting : two dollars and fiUy cent it not paid withii. the year. No subscription taken lur period than six months; no discon tinuance permitted until all arrearage are paid, unless at the option o." the editor. . . . 1 - iff r if - Iht tarns cj v ilveri isms win ue asonmc . One square, twelve lines, mree umes.ji Every bubsequent insertion, Due square, three months 3 One year, 00 25 00 no GOOD ACTIONS. T MBS. tOKRlCT C. FUXCIS. Believe me, all itood action Are garnered np in Heaven. A"d yield to earth a hundred foli Ot rotl reviving Uaveu. We can not with our vision, E're see the blest return, No m...

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 December 1860

j iir.'gai i i..ii'rrri liST L. STAR OF THE NORTH. WM. H. J ACOBY, EDITOR. BlmCRGJMfEDESD,iY, PEG ,-1860. ' Congress ia Session.' - 1 he twobranches of Congress assembled on Monday last, and as it was ascertained that the President's Message w'oukl not be sent in n&til Tuesday Rafter a short session, both Houses adjourned. Mr. Grow, so impatient and so covetous of notoriety," so officious and so fond of ma king himself conspicuous not appreciatin j the high -occasion not standing with uri covered head and with silent awe in the pretence of lb fearful crisis must needs prate in the first momer.t of a most duhcate and doubtful re onion, a thing which he thinks will make him some reputation the Homestead bill. Such men do not reverence God, man or country. They do not feel that any thing, any .subject, any - place is sacred That meeting of Congress on Monday was a sol emn meeting. Men stood upon the very verge of a mighty danger, and the great Republic of modern times trembled upon...

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. — 5 December 1860

STAR OF THE NORTILl BlctralBrp, Kftoday, Efcrnbcr , 1S60. The TTiip York J'aVy limes prospectus tvill appear in onr next. Cwjng to the mdifofition of one of our fcmprixr the Ftak has been delayed one i'ay In its publication. - We rcptd lish the official vote of Penn j Ivtuiih lor Prrsident in another column. 'J I e cte lor all the counties is t flicial. Lictcke. The Hon. Horace Greely will deliver a lecture in the Court House at this place on the evening of the 1 4th hist. -Theme, '-Self made Men." The Reverend Joshc Keu.v, who is well ' known t.v ih npnnln nf ri., .;.. ... . ..... , , " I endeavor to atone therefor in 1861. What- ..ddressed a- meeting of U i,1e Aw:!u, at ever diseoiery, deduction, demonstration's Muncy, on the 22d of November last. calculated to render the reward of labor de -- . j voted to cultivation more ample or more Thic boating season on the North and certain, shall receive prompt aud lull at West branches has about came to a close ! ,er;,'".. , Ti. r ,1 1 u ...

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. — 5 December 1860

r MARK THESE FACTS J THE TESTIMONY OF TIIE IT0EL1?, HOLLO WAY'S OINTMENT. BAD LEGS, BAD !BREATS, SORES ASD ULCERS. All description of sores are remediable by the proper and diligent use of Ibis ines timable preparation. To attmpl to cure bad legs by plastering the edjef? of ih wound together is a folly ; for should iht akin unite, a boirsy disead donditinn re mains underneath lo treak out with lenfd' lory iu a few days. The only ratiorianl mix successful treatment, as indicated by nature, it to reduce the inflama.ion in and ahou the wound and tc soothe the neichboririi part by robbing in plenty of the Ointment salt is force tt into meal. DIPTH EIUA. ULCERATED SORS THROAT, AND SC All LET AND OTHER FEVERS. Any of tbe above diseases may ba cured by well rubbing ihe Ointment three lin.e. day into tbe t het, throat and lin k of ill. fiatient; it w ill soon . penetrate, and ir mmediate relief. Medicine taken by tb mouth must operate upon the whole sys tem ere it influence can be felt in 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. — 12 December 1860

T 1 v r H 'J IF. II. JACOBY, Proprietor. Truth and Itigbt Cod and our Country Two Dollars per Annans Volume 12. BLOOMS BURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12, 1S60. NUMBER 49. r s r STAR OF THE NORTH rOlLISIED ETIRT VEDXISPIT IT WjI. II. JACOBY, Wfftetn Main St., 3rd Square below Market, TERMS : Two Dollars per annum if paid Vithin six months from the time of subscri bing : two dollars and fifty cents it not )aid Vithin the year. No subscription taker: for m less period than fix months; no discon tinuance permitted until all arrearages are JJaid, unless at the option of the editor. The terms cj advertising tCilt be as folloxcs i X)ne square, twelve lines, three times, SI 00 very subsequent insertion, ...... 25 One square, three months, 3 00 "One year, . .. 8 00 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. fellow-Citizens of tbe Striata and flonss of Representatives: Throughout the year since our last meet ins, the countr7 has been eminently pros perous in all it material interests. The genera! h...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 12 December 1860

claims,' mounting to 3123.635 and 54 cents, in -vbich mors Itian one hundred of our fl luw citizens are interested were recognized , and the Spanish government agreed to pay $100,900 of this amount ' within three months following the exchange of ratifica tions.' The payment of the remaining 528,635 54 was to await the decisionof tha commissioners for or against 'the Amistead claim bat in any event the balance was to be paid to the claimants either by Spain or the United States. These terms, I have very reason to know, are highly satisfac tory to the holders of the Cuban claims Indeed, they have made a formal offer au thorizing tne State Department to settle these claims, and to deduct the amount of the Amistead claim from the sums vhich they are entitled to receive from Spaiu. This offer, of course, cannot be accepted. All other claims of citizens of the United States against Spain, or of subjects of the Queen of Spain against the United States, including the 'Amistead claim,' were ...

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. — 12 December 1860

I STAR OP THE NORTH, feloorastnr?, Wfdaesdaj, flfffmbrr 12, 1SCC. Otis columns are considerably cramped tfiis week.owing to the great length 'of the President's Message. Sereral articles are toecessarily laid over for our next. Tfrie'REr. J-R. Disim id holding a Feries of meetings in the Lutheran Church, at this placu. They are being pretty well attend ed, considering the inclemency cf weather. . It if reported that ninety-two perons are known to have perished, during the late evee storm on the Iskes. Thi season of the year traveling ly land is much the safest. la Jail. There are in our County Jail at present six persons, five mala and one female. Several of them are serving out a lime specified by the Court. Don't forget the Lectute on Friday eve ning in the Court House. The popular Lecturer, Horace Greely, will positively be here and deliver an address. Wr would direct attention to the adver tisement of the -American Stock Journal in another column of the Star. We can with out hes...

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. — 12 December 1860

MARS1TBESE FACTS I TCE TCSTI5ICXT OP THE WOULD. IV HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. BAD LEGS, BAD IBREATS, SORES AND ULCEUS. All description of sores are remediable by the proper and diligent use of this ines timable preparation, lo attmpl to cure bad legs by plastetinff the e!gea of the ound lo2'her is a folly: for should the kin unite, a boggy diseased dondition re main undernea;h to break out with tenfold fury in a few days. The only rationanl and successful treatment, as indicated bv nature, is to reduce the infiarnaiion in and about the wound and tc soothe the neighboring parts by robbing in plenty of the Ointmerit a salt is forced into meat. DIPTHERIA, ULCERATED SORE THROAT, AND SCARLET AND JOIUER FEVERS. Any of the above diseases may be cored by well rubbing ihe Ointment three times a day into the chest, throat and neck o? the patient will soon penetrate, and give immediate relief. Medicine taken by the mouth must orerate upon the . whole sys tem ere its influence can be felt in any lo c...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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