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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 5 April 1865

STAR OF THE NORTH) THINGS "ACOPT TO COUNTRY LOOSDPISGa PA, : WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1965. ' W none, the Uta rain have ja:o swol len op the Susquehanna river, although no thing lite the flood of a week or two since. ' Sosubodt told Sydney Smith that the gi raffe at the Zoological garden bad caught " a cold. : Fancy said he, "1 fiffe with iwe yards of aore throat." Hmr C. Hem, Esq., of Sonarloaf, in forms a that the Maple Sugar season, thia piing, ia poor one. Tbey have not btd , the right kind of weather for the ronning of ap. Thia wilt be qoite a disappointment te many, Those who hate large, fine augar eampe are. o realizing half a yield thia priag. . &1 a. Ceo. Macraes, of Conyntbarr., Lo serne conntf, baa taken charge of the Forks Hotel," in thia place. Mr. Silas Dod.on, the late proprietor, made vendue, so?d oat, and went to New. York city. The sew proprietor ha the reputation ol being o accomplished landlord and bully Dem ocrat." .Succes to bm. . Arrimoi ia directed to the adve...

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 April 1865

Prospectus of Vol. 111.-1805. AND t.?VOTED TO - LITERATURE. SCIENCE ' ART, AXD THE Principles or 1 770 and '87. V: C. CI1AUNCEY BURR,' Editor.- TJPfcia Masazm? Will continue 10 defend " thm ' n r t n f i n I a nf the principles of Government which raided our fathers in the fonndatkm ot the Republic. The spirit and doctrine of the two first volumes will be folly maintained in the third volume. We hare no compro mises to make with error no parley wivh despdtisni.. .Democracy -will be treated, vDOtao a varying policy of cunning office seekers and spoil-hunters, but ratber as an abiding principle of political economy and of popular liberty. - All supporters of this revolutionizing, Abolition war, will be held .. as the enemies . of. ihe Democracy. We shall acknowledge no organization to be Democratic wbicadoes not honestly ennn ciate. and support the principles of the 'Kentucky aud Virginia Reflations of 1798 and the Dred Scott Decision of the Su preme Court; the one asserting Stale Sov...

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 April 1865

, - r-r f ." - r r - "" r r. f ; . i kill i TT.Tri l i U an id. i : I' T-r. :-:r f. T : s 4 !' 171 I 1 Tt o j-t :,. u4--!i: MfOnY. rnbllshfir.l Truth and Eight God And onr Country. $2 50 In Adrancr per Anniua . ' '. ILL - VOLl'MI'MG. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY; PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1.2, 1865. NUMBER! .25 hi .Of 1 A I D A ' - - . , j, , - - . .-. i :.V M ;i h J t- ! 1 .01 .1j II . . if . i i i . l - .. "V. . II 11 E i ii ii ii I I i i 'I ! V 1 J" IV i ! ..I I V I I 111 M U ,1 I it - . f l . f i.'" xi ... i ii'- r i ii ii m ii - I .' . -4 4 THE STAROF THE NORTH, is pc blism i t y t rTj. w fdn Et v by i; XUJVM.Ui:UJICQUK.V" l a-CTTft OnjUai'ntJ fqnarf belQW Sarktt. TEBIS,i ioDltrienil Filtjr Cnu r5.Tlnr-lf rfoi Paid ull tftenrt OH'Iiej year. Thre7Diflar will be rhArgeH ' :Z , No -cripiioH" lkeo frt'r - period. 4.i theHif-Auditor i fCmuJtf jtTrt t)PATlVF.RTlW(i r - One eiiihi linus oe nmt - -...- v,1MVF;q'. lo'.-- TVl .Dn.sjMte' itrf- finttjr One y?".., ..v., cir:,;i v: At VahintO'i t...

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. — 12 April 1865

P kW OF TIMORTIL A.'- i.ir - . WSV U. J A COB Y; EDITOR.. CJ1AS. Q. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. ELCSSSSCSO, ffDElMT7in?ri8sV. ' 8. M. Pcttcnqill & Co., 37 Park Rovr ' New York, are duly authorized to solicit and -receive subscriptions arid advertising (or the. Star of the A'orA, published kt'Bkomaburg, . CoIumbia.coumy, Penn'a. - Mather &"Co., 335 Broadway, New York, are authorized :o receive subscriptions and "-advertising lor ih-e Star cj the North. Cea. Lee Surrenders His Arnj. ' On Monday morning last the "hole conn lr was electriflud with the cheering oewi . of the surrender of .General Lee's army of Northern Virginia. The ' surrender was maJe near, the Appomatroi Court House, otne eighty mHes west of Richmond, and '. tboutTorty miles east of Lyncbbsrg. The two armies seem Jo hare been on a com plete race towards Lynchburg, and Lee see ing he was abool to lose the race, surren ders his army as prisoners of war, subject to exchange. The officers gare individual paroles, 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. — 12 April 1865

4 I . 1 ! 4 STAR OF THE NORTH "n M O JI SI1UKG, PA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1965. r -'t Trie County Commissioners will com 1 thence holdinir their appeals on the 4th of 'Xla and' continue them from" place to place crVlil bey travel over ltm whole coun Saj, SeeC advertisement.' '. . " - Setter -School, We wojalJ direct the at ' lerition of "our patrons to the advertisement f Misa LrCHVa'who prnpce-io com ' ' jnenc a Select School, in this place, on the : H8th in at. '...". -,.. ..' Cold win quoted in our daivy exchangee last evening ai, 81.49 We do nrtt'espect to 'Vjtejjie.qooiaiiorV get much, if any scarcely, ",.'beldt-f ; on acconut of there being such a large amoait of paper 'pTOrnue to pay'? . 'ijf circulation. '' - ' . - PViCM. are corning down, al bough there reL-enai' merchants in this place that do 'no) sett goods Vila w as can be purchased 'iiflSliieighborinsj towns. Dry good have "iakan quite a pitch downward. Good mn lins ar ottered at .23 cts , and calicoes at IS Cts. Grocer...

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 April 1865

" Prospectus of Vol. Ill 1S05. IY0TEI-T0 LlTERATCftE, 8CIEXCE ' V.:-'' ART, AD THIS V-' -" . " Principles of 7?6 and '87. :. "c'CIIAUiNCEY BURR, Ewtob. j Ihia, Magazine will continti8; to defend A the principles of Government which raided onf father in the fonhdatifcm of rhe Kepcblie.-Thc ppiiir and doctrine ''of the two first volumes will be. folly, maintained in the third volame." We have noeompro i mi sea io make, with error no parley with ; despotism.: Democracy wilrlbe treated, DOl as a v3ryingpolicy f canning" office reekt's and spcil-hnnters, bot rather as an abiding principle of political economy and : of popular -liberty. A!I supporters of this .revolutionizing, Abolition war, will be held , ai.the enemies- of the Democracy. We t eball acknowledge no organization to be .-Democratic which does noi honestly ennn ciate '.and support Ihe principles of the Kentucky aod Virginia Resolutions of 1798 and the Dred Scott-De cision' of the Su preme Court, the one 8M?ertin Slatt Sou ir...

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. — 19 April 1865

1 1 J 1 t. II. JAC02Y, rablis&er. Truth and Right Clod and our Country. $2 50 in Adrance, per Aanam. 0 i i ) y t c I r - VOLUME IG. THE STAR OF THE NORTH IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY IV M. II. JACOB r, 'Office ca flaiu St., U Square below Marfcet. TEBUS .Two Dollars and Fifty Cents 5n advance. If not paid (ill ihe end of '.be year, Three Dollar will be charged. No stib-cripuons taken for a period less i than hi x months ; no discoriiiuaaiK:. permit ted until alt arrearages are paid unless at the option of the editor. KATES UF ADVERTISING : One square, eight line 'one lime, SI 00 F.very subsequent insertioa, 25 One square, three months, 4 50 One year, 10 00 THE SONG OF UNION PRISONERS From Dixie's Sunny Land. AlB "twenty teaks ago." . ' . This son? is a savage satire upon the War Department, which might have deliv ered our suffering soldiers trom the horrors . of southern prisons, long ago, had it not in sisted upon the exchange of black for , white men , Dear frieud and fello...

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. — 19 April 1865

STAROFTIIE NORTH,? , r j tir - . . - , r. - -... it i. -r II II. JACOBY, EDITOR. FFJI1. CI1AS. G. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor, BLCfiSSBERC, SEDSESDAT, APRIL 13, 1865 W1'1 P" - proWjj rfl i Jl. . ' rTstfrncer not more thin thousand. The S. M. Pcttencill &. Co., 37 Park Row Jtquestion naturally, arises, what became of New York, are duly authorized to solicit andine remaining tweuiv-lwo thousand ? Rebel receive abscripiions land advertising for thetofi5cer9 R?ef tna, on earning of Lee's in Star of the AorA, published at Bloomsburg, TJ . , . Colombia county. Penn'a. tfem.on to surrender, thou-ands, among them Mather & Co.. 335 Broadway. New York.b'be rebel cavalry, left.either for their homes , are authorized to receive subscriptions andJar to join the army of,Johnsion before being aaverusmz ior idd oiar cj me iwri. li Trrr i ZZl 'a lci". 8000 b " be fighting ranks of Tie luaulaat oa ! Jmldjt Lincoln Mdthe ;ebel armies el9ewner8 s . ... I The Timet correspondent says: "The But yes...

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. — 19 April 1865

STAR OF THE NORTH in v ' ' TMXGS ABOUT TOWN & COUNTRY j RL.OO.TJSnUi:, FA. WKDNESOAY. APRIL I 1965. WlXfLTIISIA COIJATY "DE310CRATJC COMMITTEE. ' f'HE Member uf ihe Democratic County -" Committee will meet a! the Office of th Chairman E. H Little in Blooms- burg, on Monday, th 1st day of May next, between tiie hours of Pand 2 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose ol making arrangement to elect Delegate to the Stale Convention in June next. It is important that there be a full attendance. E II. LITTLE, Chairman. Bloomsburg, April i9, 1863. ... tF Democrat and Gtizelle. please copy. Hon. J. T.HLit, of Bellefonte, l:e a member ef Congress died a few days ago. . Weslet Wirt, Esq.,' ban removed his law office to toe room over Miller' store, in the "Old Arcade." We understand D. A. Beckley has receiv ed the appointment of Post Master if this ' place. - Richmond is already iuli of speculators, trying to make money in every conceivable wayl . . Wb notice with pleasure that F. P. Brock wny bro...

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. — 19 April 1865

Prospectus of Vol. 111. 1885. THE OjLD GUARD, " A MONTHLY JOURNAL, '. JIVOTEP TO LITERATURF, SCIENCE AND " . A f- ART," AND THE '."Principles of 1 770 and '87. C C. CHAUNCEY BURR, Editor. This Mat azine will rontinne to defend the principles cf Government which . guided onr fathers in the fonndation of he -Republic The spirit and doctrine of the two first volumes will be folly maintained irt (he third volume. We have no compro mises to make with error no parley wih despotism. Democracy will be treated, hot as a varying policy of connirg offlee seekers and spcilhuntprs, but rather as an abiding principle of political economy and of popular liberty. All supporter? of this revolutionizing, Abolition war, will be held as the enemies of the democracy. We shall acknowledge no organization to be Democratic which does not honestly onun ciate and support the principles of the Kentocky aud Virginia Resolutions of 1798 and the Dred. Scott Decision of the Su preme Court, the one assserling Stal...

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. — 26 April 1865

i r 1 0 IV i if. JACOBf, rubllsher. Troth and Rigbt Cod and oar Country. '$2 50 In Advance, per Annas. VOLUME 16. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1865. NUMBER 27. J" T ENORT 14 r THE STAR OF THE NORTH II PUBLISH KD EVERY W SDK ESD.tY BT ;rj. . J a co by, fflee 09 Main St., Sd Square below Market. XEU'ttS : Two Dollar and Fifty Coi ia sdvante. tf not paid till the end .of the year. Three Dollar wilt be chared. . No subscriptions takeo for a 'period less than six months ; no discontinuance permit 8d until all arrearjges are paid unlet. at tbe option of the editor One square, eight line one time, Every subsequent insertion, . . .'. One square, three months, ...... One year, '. . . 31 00 . 25 4 50 10 00 CLEAR THE WAY. j 'Men cf tLeoaht. be op and stirring, ' ' ' Night antl day l ' . . SawMbe seed, withdraw the curtain, ' Clear the way 1 Men of action,' aid aud.cheer them Aa we may ! . There's a foant.abouito stream; Theie's a rightabout to beamk'; There'a a warmth...

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. — 26 April 1865

1 WM. H. JACOBY t EDITOR. XI1AS. G. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. tlC031SJ5LWSDXSDAT, IPR'L 25, 1805. i- . . . ..Sw M. PTTrwoftt-& Co., 37; Park" Row NewVoik,are duly authorized to solicit -a tid r "receive subscriptions and advertising for the 5 War oflhe ts'ortk, published at Bloomsburg, Columbia roomy,1 Penn'a. x . j - . . Mathkb & Co., 335.6roadway.'NewvTork, are authorized ioieceive subscriptions and adve'iiising-for .he'Svr q fA North. . -! ' coiiVnnBi a couivty GjJcb atic cb mm t.t e e. J-HPpHE'Members of thV Democratic County , Commitie wifl a!-the Office of thj .Chairma..i.--E, HI 'Little in Blooms- t)UTj, on Monday, the 1st day of May next, tberweec tje hours of ! and 2 o'clock, p. m., v 'for the purpose of making arrangement to select Delegates to the State Convention in . June next. It ia important that, there be a foil attendance- - . ... ' ' E. H. LITTLE, Chairman. . Bloomsburg, April 9, 1865. ' -1 iSfiallTre Hare' Low. Price ? , , y "' - ' ' . . W hile the enhanc...

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. — 26 April 1865

rAiruF-Tiii: KoiiTii & '-- - . . . m i . . 't I THINGS' ACOPT 'TOWS & CCCXTj.?. WKDNESOAY. APRIL 26 Hff5. Ffc BitL. We h ""''J prim ed Fkb Bill, for Justices e! the Peace and ' Constable of $u coan'ty, for sale cheap ai thi office. ; ' .... ' ' ''Mobb laPHOviMssTs. Col. L L. Tate "' raised, on Monday last, the Ira'me work of a "' new stable, opon the iam'e spot the old one "stood which was consamed by Ere last Au--gcsl. ... . ,Vfi learn that the 'Post Office at'Evaris viiie has keen discontinued by order ol the ' '.Depancnent. We always doubted the" pro ' priety of establishing an f5ce at that ''place. ' ' ' Cocbt The regular May term of Court 'Vwill commence on llenday next. We an--' V.oipa'.e e pfo'tiy large attendance. Several s- interesting sn'ua pending.- There, will be littU baaibctta f. a eriminai character. . J . C. HiLL will ' commence a term of school in ihe Ac'jemy, at this place, on Monday the fsi of May, to continue eleven 'weeks. Tuition, trora 54 lo S for a fu...

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. — 26 April 1865

Prospectus of Vol. ill. 1885. ' THE ol5ToU RD, , A MONTHLY JOURNAL, ,rV0TED TO IITERATCRE, SCIENCE AND ; i ' ART, ANI THE Principles of 177G and 'ST. C. CHAUNCEY BURR, Editor. ' f Ilbi Matazine; will continoe Jo defend the principle" of Government which yu!ed onr father inihe fonndation of the -Jiepnhlic. The spirit and doctrine of the lwo.firt volumes will be fully maintained in the thirci volume. We have no cotnprn- i mice to make with error no parley wiih despotism. Democracy w-tll be treated. : riot a. a vary ira policy of cunni-2 office seeker ar.d tpcil hunters, but rattier as an , abidina principle of political economy and of popular liberty. All r-upoortem of thi revolutionizing, Abolition war, will be hebl asjbe enemie of the Liemocrapy. We thall acknowledge no or?ar tzation to be Democratic which doe not honetly anun. ciote . Bi d support ibe princ'ple o' be Kcniucky aud Virginia Reo!ction of 1798 . , nd the -Dred Scow Decuion of tbe So . prerr.e Court, the one asertin2 Sl...

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. — 3 May 1865

1 r n. U. JACOBT, Publisher Truth and Right Cod and our Country. $2 50 io Adrance, per Aunnm. VOLUME 16. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1865. -NUMBER' 28. NORTEL m. r THE STAR OF THE NORTH 1 ' " 19 PCBLIKHKD CVEBT W EDN IS!) AT BY IVJS1. 11. JACOBY, - Cfficc on Main St., U Square below Market, TEIXHS : Two Dollars and Fifty Cents in advanre. If not paid till. t b e end of the year. Three Dollar will be charged. No subscriptions taken for a fperiod less - than six month ; no discontinuance permit led until all arrearages are paid unless at . the option of the editor. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One square, eight lines, onetime, $1 0D Every subsequent insertion, ...... 25 Oao square, three months, ...... 4 50 , One year, . ; ..... ". . 10 00 - EGO AND ECHO. A PHANTASY.' B JOHN G. ShXt. :1 aked cf Echo, 'totber day, (Whose word are few and often funny) . What, to a iiorice she could say Of courtship love, and matrimoney? Quoth Echo,' plainly, "Mitler-'o 3lmey J" " Whom ...

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. — 3 May 1865

STAR OF THE NORTH, Hypocrite.'. , WM. IL; JACOBY, EDiTOR. ' CI1AS. G. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. iicoMBERa, ,wmESDli7 "maiITss's- . S. Jl. Pkttcngill & Co., 37 Park Row New York, are duly authorized to solicit and receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star of the Norm, published at Bloomsburg," Columbia county, Penn'a. . Mathk & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, are authorized :o receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star of the North. ; Ti ifce Editor of (he Erpoblitaa. ' ' Darin tbe last foar years, the journal of -wbich yoa are the astote editor has com. plained that, the North has bean divided in ' loyalty. f Yoa bare claimed that you were -loyal, (though not sufficiently loyillo go to war) and that Democracy, at least Feace Democracy, is disloyal Yoa have expresed "regret that such is the state of affair in the North; 'Yon have (pretentiously) endeav. - red to create a unanimity of loyalty. Yoo bave (seemingly) striven to reconcile the Democracy of the North ...

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. — 3 May 1865

STAB OF THE NORTH) TIIISGS JBCtT TOWN &.C( CSTRY. BLOOMS KIT KG, FA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 3. 165. -' - 1 As vrc go to press Court is still in session, with Hoc. William EI well and hin Associ ate, Baldy and Mc Reynolds, on tbe bench. There are but few Jury trials, and 'out little business of a criminal nature: ; Scbahton Ricta-TK. E. S. 11 Hill ha - enlarged' his paper. It is tbe largest paper published in Lozerne county. The title is changed from Lackawanna Register to 5crantn Register There are few papers in the Sine that are better or more ably con " ducted than the Register. Sqccesa to Air. Hill, both politically as wall a pecuniari- , ;- . Th Seward, family are improving.; The Secretary if to at to be able to lak s hi dai ,4y ridea i , his carriage. Fred Seward is not - improving . so rapidly.--At present bo foars re entertained for Li recovery. ' ' CrBAT RlDCCTIOJJ CT PhICKS AT LlfiHT SrRtKT. The latest despatches iolorm us thai Han. Peter Ent has replenished his al ready large ...

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 May 1865

: Prospectus of Tol. I1H. 1865. . THE OLD GTJ RD, A MONTHLY JOURNAL, E TOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND ' ART, AND THE Principles of 17 70 "and '87. C. CH A VNXEY BURR, Editor. TIMiis Magazine will the princip'os of rontnaa lo detenu s . . . a t DrinciDlos CI uoverrtmeni wnicn puiifed onr fathers in the fonndation of the JlepubliC Tbe spirit and doctrine of the ' two first volumes will be: folly maintained ' in the third volume. We have no compro mises to make with error no parley with despotism.. Democracy- will be treated, rot as a varying policy of cnnnirg office seekers and spcilhuniers, but rather as an nbidinr principle of political economy and of popular liberty. All supporters of this revolutionizing, Abolition wr, will be held as the enemies of the democracy. We. shall acknowledge no organization to be ' Democratic which dees not honestly ermn riate and support the principles of the Kentucky ard. Virginia Itesolctions of 1798 And the Dred Scott Deeision of the Sn ; preme Co...

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 May 1865

$2 50 In Adranct, per Annum. Truth and Right God and our Country. W. a. JACOB!7, Publisher. f 1 p VOLUME 16. THE STAR OF THE NORTH '.-".IB PC BUSH tD EVERY WKDKKSDAY BY JVM. II. JACOB T, Cffift on Main St., 3d Square below Market. rt31 : Two Dollar and Fifty Cents in advance. If not paid lill the end of the year. Three Dollars will be charged. No subscriptions taken for a period less than six monihs ; no discontinuance permit ted until all arrearages are paid unless at tbe option of the editor. RATES OF ADVERTISING : One square, eight lines, one time, SI 00 F.very subsequent insertion, ...... 25 'One square, three months, 4 60 -One year, . . . : . 10 00 JO SURE CP Wf. Y STALLA,' OF lACKAWAPKA. Sing not for me those mocrolul songs That tell a nation boxed in tears ; My soul is wearied with the wrongs tOf these last reetless years. The winds that in the woods make moan- The waves that murmur to the son Speak all too veil, with burdened tone, 4 Of "vrcwrhw, lost or won. And down the va...

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 May 1865

P THE MTU P.M. . JACOBY, EDITOR. CHAS.G. BERKLEYS Assistant Editor. BiCOMBCRC,' WEDMSMI, Bil JO, 1865. ' S M. PerrrwstLLjSi Co., 37 Park Row New York, ere duly authorized lo solicit and receive -subscriptions and advertising forihe Saroflhe'Norti, published at Bloomsburg, Columblacounly, Penn'a. Mather & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, are authorized ;o receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star qf the North. . j , The fiis&ts of tic States. . Opposing aa we hare always done, and always shall, the -doctrine pf centralization as contrary to the genios of oar institutions and snbversive of Democratic idea, we have also been firmly. opposed lo ijae ideas that States can dissolve their allegiance at will to the good faith which bound them in our Governmental compact. Believing as we do ihalihe Constitution was intended to be perpetual, arid only to be amended through the meant it by itself provide, we heartily I endorse the declaration of the .President that the States late...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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