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A. CURB 70S. ALL i i i
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Cititens of the Union .
Yuu hsve done m* the honor as with
ere voire from one end of the Union to the
other, to stamp the-character of my Ointment
with jour spy>rnh#tinn. it is srs'eely two veers
since I me do it knoyyn among you, end alresdv
it has obtained more celebrity than any other
Medicine so. short period.
THOMAS HOLLO WAY,
38, Corner of Jnn tp Kdstni Stt , New York
ASTONISHING CURE OF SORE LF.is,
AFTER NINE YEARS STANDINQ.
Copy of a Lct'g- trom Mr. U'„J. I/ingley, oj
HimtsvUh , Wrk cotut'v. North ' Carolina,
U. 8 , (fated November id 1833.
Ilend Ills ow u Words.
To Professor Hcllowny,
Sir, —It is not my wish to become noton
ions, neither it this letter written for the mere
tyke cf writing, but to say that your Ointment
cured me of one of the most dieadful cutaneous
diseases that flesh is heir to, and which was
considered by ell who knew me, to he entirely
beyond the reach of medicine, For nine years
I was afflicted with one of the moat painful and
troublesome sore legs that ever fell to the lot of
man; and after trying every midicine f bed
ever heard of, I resigned in despair all hope of
being cured ; but a Irlend brought me a couple
of large pos of your Ointment, which caused
the sores on my legs to heal, snd I entirely je.
gained my health to my ogreeatde surprise and
delight, and to the aslonisnmei.l of my friends
Signed V , J. LANGI.EY,
AN EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A RAD
BREAST, WHEN NEARLY AT
THE POINT OF DEATH,
Copy of a letter from Mr. U. Durant, New
Otleans, November 9m 1853.
To Professor, Hounwir;
Peat Sir,—lt is with heartfelt gratitude
I have to inform you that hy the use of your
Ointment and Pilla, the life of mv wife hna hern
saved. For seven years she had a bad hrenat.
Willi ten running wound#, (nol of a cancerous
nature). 1 was told that nothing could save
Iter; she was then Induced to use your Oint.
niont and Pills, when in the short space of
three months, tney effected a perfect cute, to
the astonishment of all who knows us. We ob
tained your Medicine from Messrs. Wright &
Co., of Uharlres St., New Orleans. I send this
from 'Hotel des Princes, although I had writ
ten it at New Oileaiiß, before we finally left at
that time, not "knowing yout address at New
York.
Signed R DURANT.
The Pills should bo used conjointly with the
Ointment iu most of the following cases;—
Bail Leg* Gnut
Bail Breasts Glandular Swellings
Burns Lumbago
Bunions Piles
Bite of Mosehetoes Rheumatism
and Sand-Flies Scalds
Coce-luiy Sore Nippies
Chiega-j'oot Sore-throats
Chjblains Skin-diseases
Chapped hands Scurvy
Corns (Soft) Sore-beads
Cancers Tumours
Contracted and StiflUlcers
Joints Wounds
Elephantiasis Yaws
Fistulas
Hold it tho Establishment iff Professor Hon
LOW IT, 3ft,Corner of Ann and Nassau -HtreeU.
New York ; aiao by all respectable Druggists
and Dealers in Medicinee throughout the Unt.
ted Stales, in Boies at 37c., 87c., and $1
50c. each. To he bad Wholesale of the prin
cipal Drug Houses in the Union.
tjr There is a considerable saving by ta
king the larger size*.
N. R—Direction* for lite guidance of pa
tients in every disorder are affixed to each
Box.
K. P. LUTZ, and JOHN R. MOVER, A
genla, Bloomsburg. <
Sept. 29—ly.
ZINC PAINTS.
One Third cheaper than White Lead,
and free from alt Poisonous qualities.
THE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY
Having greatly enlarged their works, and im
proved the quulity nf their products, are pr
pated to execute orders for their
Dry and Ground in nil, assorted packages of
from 25 to 50U pounds ; also
, DRY, in hatreia, of 20(1 pounds each.
Their ty'hite Zinc, which is s< Id dry or
ground in oil is wsirsnted pure and unsurpass
ed for body and uniform whiteness,
A method of preparation has tecetjtly been
discovered, which enables the Company to war
rant their paints to keep fresh and soft in the
kegs for any reasonable time. In this rdspect
their paints will he superior to any other in the
market.
Their Brown Zinc Paint which is sold at a
low price, and can only ho made from xt'nc Ores
from New Jersey is now well known fur its
erolective qualities when applied to irun or
pther metallic surfaces.
Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the
properties of the Brown and is of an agreeable
color fur painting Cottages, Depots, OUI-build
ings Bridges
Dealers supplied on liberal term# by theii
Agenta, *
FRENCH & RICHARDS,
Wholesale Paint Dealers an Import-era,N.
W. cor. of 10th & Market Sir. Phila. 6m.
Regiklrnlion C crt ifii nlo
For the use of clergymen, justices, physi
ians and other persons in registering marrig
ges and deaths as required by the new Ac
Assembly, can be had at the office of the
Star of the North."
H. o. HOWSPL.
CUIW '. BIISXSSV,
Igiji j . 13 KSPECTFULLY offers Ms
professional services to
11 F the Ladies and Gentlemen o
Bloomeburg and vicinity. He i* prepared to
attend to all the various'operation* in Den
tistry, and is provided with the latest im
' proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which wil
fce inserted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on haud. All operations on the teetb
warranted.
Or Office near the Academy.
Bloomeburg, Nov, 20,1861, g
BISAOT & BBOWH*3
BAfilxß HOTEL,- ,-h >,
No- 130 North Third street, above
'• '
Ssmvtt A. B*iDY. Gzorgk H. Baotv*,
[June 8!h 1851-ly."
rjEIVERAL Bailee af l>r. James Mc
" Cl ; ntock* celebrated Family Medicinen.
PECTORAL. KYRIJP.—This invalua.
Syrup, which i entirely vegetable in Its com
position, has been employed with wonderful
soccesa for many years in Ihe cure of diseases
of the Air Passages in the Lungs. The moat
common diseases of th*e organs are Irtitation
and Inflammation of the Mucous. Membrane
which lines the air tufW of 4ho tlirout, wihd
pipe and lungs. For any of these forms of
disease, wheather showing yhemaelves as
Cough, Tickling of the Thrn#t,'tttii<v of tight
ness oi the Thvtopt* Spitting of Blood Difficulty
of Breathing, hoarseness or Loss of voice, and
Hectic Fever, Its use will be attended with
the happiest results. It is recommended as
one of the best and saf"st rnvdicines for all
forms of Bronchitis and Consumption.
N. 8., No Laudanum or preparation of Opi
um in any shape in this rtyrup. Price in pit t
bottles. $l.
Cold and Cough Mixture for recent Coughs
and Colds. P.ice 25 cents.
Asthma and V Vhooping Cough remedy.
Price 50 cents pet bottle,
Dianhca Remedy and Cholera Preventive
Pric. 25 ant! $6 cents.
Tonic Altai alive Byiup for purifying the
hlood. Price $ I per bottle.
Vegetable one' Purgative Pills for Coslive
ti#M, Headache, &c. Price 25 cents per box,
Ann Billion* Pills for Liver Complaints.
Disordered action of the Bowels, dec. Price 25
cuts,
Dyspeptic Fiixcr for indigestion, Heart.
Dizziness, Pi ice per bottle.
Rheumatic Liniment for Rheumatic burse
Neuralgic pains* Price 50 certs pef bolllutid
Rheumatic Mixture for internal use in Rhen
inatism, (>out, Neuralgia, &c, Price 50 cents
per bottle.
Anodyne Mixlure for instantly relieving
Toob Ache, ord all pain wherever found
Pi ice 50 ccn's per bottle.
Fever and Ague Specibc for Ague or Inter
mittent Fevers in ail torms. Piice $1 pei hot
lie.
Il.fi. 8. ELLIOTT, Agent fir Pennsylva
nia, to whom all wholesale orders must be ad.
dressed, North-we*t comer of (ph an 1 Filbert
streets, above Market 8t reel. Philadelphia.
Agei\ts in Columbia county.
E. P. Lutz, Bloomsburgr.
John Van Liew. Light Street.
Jacob Harris, Buukhorn.
May 11th 1854-6 in.
NEW FIRM!
EVANS & APPLEMAX.
'pAYE JLST recei'd and opened an en
•S u're new and splendid assortment ol
Fur Spring und Summer, yl Ihe Brick aiore
on Main street abotm Irna Greet, heretofore
occupied by Simou Nathans, q which they
invite ihe ar.entio.i of the public. Their as
sortment will compare in price and quality
with any to be found ou this side of Philad
elphia, and includes
<#iaa*sy C23-CS23DQDS3J
QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE I
GLASSWARE. lIA TS, CAPS, j
ROOTS AND SHOES. |
Thpy have on hand every desirable and j
fashionable style of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Including silks, a variety of clialli bereges,
berege de Imns, poplir.s, lawns, ginghams,
prints, and every article of
House Furnishing floods,
Sheetings, ticking, checks, &o.
Their'stock is selling fast, ann will be re
plenished every few for their motto
is ''small flfofns and quick sales."
Calf and see our goods. We charge noth
ing for showing them, and will always take
countryproduce in pay at the market prices.
Bloomshurg, April 20th 1854—tf. 13.
New Arrival
OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS AT
The Old Stand.
K'ZFjLTY. STEAL & GO.
ARK just opening the first bqt of jheir new
stock of SPUING feftfrMMEß GOODS
at their old stand. They are receiving an
unusually large, varied and extensive assort
ment ot
££>aa"S3r CgK£>3DO£>:S3 0
GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, GLASS
WARE, HARDWARE, CEDAR.
WARE, HATS, CAPS.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Morn in quantity and choicer in quality and
variety than has ever before been offered in
Blomsburg, being a vast improvement over
use stock and selections of all former sea
sons, ami purchased at such favorable rates
as enables them to offet better bargains at
lower prices than can be touud anywhere
else.
Cabies Dress ©oobs,
Of every late and fashionable style and pat
tern, and at prices to suit all. Beautiful New
Designs and styles of silk*. Chaili Bareges,
berege de laitts poplins, lawns, ginghams,
prints, checks, licks ; cambric, Swiss and
Moll muslins, gloves, hosiery, and every
other article in the Dry Goods Lane.
ESJAWEaS
Of the mo6t desirable styles, and admired
patterns for Spring wear.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, feci.
.lost opened, a splendid assortment of Black
and colored French clothe— l/eit makci. Black
French doeskin, assorted qualities—black
satin andsilk vesting*.—plain mixed and fan
cy cassimeres—boy's caasimares and Tweed■
—cassiqets, Kentucky jeane, &e.
Their Groceries
Are fresh, and their stock wilfbe replenish
ed every few weeks during the season.
Produce taken in exchange for mercban.
dize.
Bloomsburg. April 20ih 18u4.-.R. 13.
Justices or the Peace
AND CONSTABLES can find all kind fo
blanks desirable for'their use, in proper
fwty at the RFLJOE of the "Hrs* < thkNortu
( BOOTS, Shoea and ready made clothing
cheap for caah by "
MANAMA, Braid, Straw and i'atmleal hats
■■ for sale b-
McKELVY, NEAL ft C.
* MAN KNOW THYSELF !
Jl* invaluable Book for 86 cts.—Ev
ery Family should have a Copy."
n,AN A YEAR - A
now edition, revised
a "d improved, just
AN INVALUABLE ROOK, ONLY 25 cts.
A COPY—MAN KNOW THYSELF
Dr, Hunter'* Medical Manuel and Hand Book
for the Afflicted, Containing an outline ol
the Origin, Progreaa, Treatmet t and cure of
every form of di*e**, contracted hy Promia
ruour Sexual Inlercourae, hy Self-abuse, or by
Sexual Exceaa, with advice for their preven
tion, written in a familiar atyle, avoiding all
medical terhnicalitiea, and everything that
would offend the ear of decency, with an out
line of complaint* incident to female*,from the
result of *ome twenty yeara successful practice,
exclusively devoted to the cure of diseases of a
delicate or private nature.
To which ie added receipts for the euro of the
above diseases, and a treaiise on the causes,
symptom's and cure of the Fever, and Ague,
Testimony of the Professor of Obste
trics, in Venn College, Philadelphia.
'•DR. HUNTER'S MEDICAL MANUAL,"
—The author of thl* work, uulike the majority
of those who advertise to cure the disease* Uf
which it treat* is a graduate of one of the best
College* in the United States, ft affords me
pleasure to recommend him to the unfortunate,
or to tho victim of mal-practice. as a successful
and experienced practitioner, in whose honor
and integrity they may place C h e greatest confi
ence.
JOTIN S. LOXASNIRE, M, D.
From Jl, IFoodirnrd, M. D. of Penn.
Cnieersity, Philadelphia.
It give* me pleasure to add my testimony to
the professional ability of the author of the
"Medical Manual," Numerous eases of disease
of the genital organs, some of them of long
standing, have come under my notice, in which
bis skill liaa been manifest in restoring to per
feet health in some cases where the patient litis
been considered beyond medical aid, in the
treatment of seminal weakness, or disarrange
ment of the function* produced bj self-abuse
or execs* of I do not know hi* superi
or in the ptofeeoioih I have been acquainted
with the author some thirty years, and deem it
no more than justice to him aa well as kindness
to the unfortunate victim of early indiscretion
to recommend him as one in whose professional
skill and integrity they may aafely confide
(hcmsclves.
ALFRED VVOODWAIID, M. D.
"Thi* is, without exception, the mo*t com
prehensive and intelligible work published of
the elas* of diseases of 'which it tieats. Avoi.
ding all technical terms.it addresses itself to
the teason of its readc-s It i 8 free front all '
objectionable mailer, and no patent however 1
fastid't ua can object to placing it in the han il
of his sons. The author has devoted many
years to the treatment of the various complaints
treated of, with too little breath to not! - , and
too little presumption to impose', he has offered
to the world, at the merely nominal price of 25
cents., the fruil_ of some twenty yeara' moat
successful practice."—[Herafd.
'•No teacher or parent should he without
the knowledge imparted in this valuable work.
It would save years of pain, ni utification and
sorrow to the yoatli under their charge,''
[People's Advocate.
A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, writing
of "Hunter's Medical Manual" says.—"Thou
sands upon thousand* of our youth by evil ex
ample, and influence of the passion*, have boen
led into the habit of self-pollution, without re
alising the sin and fearful cpnaequrnces upon
themselves and their posterity. The con titu>
linns of thousai-da who are raising families
have been enfeebled, if not broken down and
they do not know the cause or the cure, A ny
thing that can he dune solo enlighten nnd in
fluence (he public mind as to check, and ulti
mately to remove this wide spread source of
hitman wretchedness, would confer the greulest
hlca.dhg next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on
the prescntcoining generation. Intemperance,
oi the use of intoxicating drinka, though it has
slain thousands upon thousands, is nut as great
er scourge to the human race. Accept my
thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and believe
me your co-worker in the good notk vou areso
actively engaved in.
One copy, securely enveloped, will he forwar
ded, free of postage, to any part of the United
S;itra for twenty-five cents, six copies for one
dollar. Address, |ospoid, COSUfiN & CO.
Publishers or 'Uox 196 Philadelphia.
N. U. Booksellers, Canvassers and Book
Agents supplied on the most liberal terms.
December 28 1853. 49—ly j
LEATHER AND !
fjVHE subscriber respectfully inviics the at-
A tention of dealers and other*, to his largo
nnd well selected slock of Leather and Find
ings, which is kept constantly fresh hy repealed
Jrafts upon the manufacturers of this country
and of Europe, and which is made up in part
jnf the following articles, vix :—l'he beet Oik
and RgLSole ; Slaughter. Skirting and Uanuig.
Ed do blames*. Bridl", B4nd and Welt Leath
er ; Thong and Lacing do. • Wax Upper. Boot
' Grain, Buirand Split do. j City Slaug, Kips
Suited and Collar do.; City. Country, French
and Patent Calf Skrns j Boot Leg Moroccos,
Buck Skins. Pad skins,Chamois,and Morocco ;
1 Bindings and Linings of almost every descrip
tion ; Shoe Thread, Patent 'thread, Sillc, Boot
Cord, Lace, aid Silk and Union Galloons;
Black and Colored English Lusting, Worsted
Uppers, and Crimped Fronts and fooiinge; Awls
Tacks, Needles, Eyelet and Crimping Machines
and Eyelets; St™l, Iron, Copper and Zinc Nails,
Files, Hasps, Knives; Rubbers, Pegs. Bristles;
and Boot Web; Hammers, Boot and Shoe Trees,
Lasta, Crimps, Clamps, Handles. Gum, Color,
Cod Liver and Tanners OH; Shoe Tools end
Currier's Tools ol all kin ds, ready for use, be
sides many other articles not enumerated above
all of which will be sele at the lowest market
rats*, by JOHN WHII E,
Importer and Dealer, 497 Market Street,
Above 131b, Philadelphia..
Tin-Ware &. Stove!
Establishment.
rr\HR UNDERSIGNED, respectfully i„.
* form * hie old friends and customers, that
he has purchased his brother's interest in the
shove establishment, and the concern will here
after h* conducted by himielf exclusively. He
has juet received and offuia lor .ale the
j—3 largest and most extensive assortment
mem uf FANCY STOVES ever intro
duce! into this, market.
Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on hand
and manufactured to order. All kinds of re
pairing done, aa usual, on abort notice.
The patronaae of old frieni* tod new cus
tomer* is respectfully solicited.
, . , A. M. RUPERT,
llloomsburg Jap. 18, 1853, 51-tf
TUON STEEL, and every kind of Hard
wate for sale by
McKELVY, NEAL&Co
'jf'ABLE CUTLERY—A Splendid aasor
•* nqeniroooived and noig on hand at
MENDENHALL & MENSCH'S
Fancy Paper,*
Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Writing sand. &c
tan be found at the cheap Book store of
JOSEPHS W A RTZ,
FANCY GOODS, of every description and
variety, new atylea, and fresh from New York
And Philadelphia, tor Bale at the cheap atore
M'KELVY,MYL K CO.
HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL,
Purely Vegetable in its f (imposition!
This invaluable cordial i* extracted from
herbs and root* Which have been found af
ter years of experience, by the most skiljfdl
physicians to he possessed "f qualitiea the most
beneficial in the diseases for which ilia Jrec
nmmended, and hence while it is presented
to the pbblic aa an efficacious remedy, it i also
known to be of that chararter on which reli
ance may be placed aa to it* safety. Incase*
nf Impotency, Hemorrhages, Disordered Bleril
tly, Menstruation, or Suppression of the Men
*ca, Fluor Albus or Whites, or for
DEBIf.iTY,
arising from ny cauue, such as waaknaav from
sicknesa, where the patient has been confined
to bed for soma time, for female* after eonfin*.
menl, abortion or miscarriage, this cordial can
not be excelled ir. ita s/ilutory effort* r or in the
loaa of muscular energy, irritibilitv, physical
prostration, seminal weaknesa, palpitation o
the heart, indigestion, sluggishness, decay o
the piocreative functions, nervousness &c.
%here a toric medicine i* required, it will bit
fbului equal, if not auperior to any compound
ever used,
TO FEMALES.
Henry's invigorating coidial ia one of the most
invaluaMe medicines in the many complaint* to
which females are subject. It assists nature to
brace '.he whole excesses and cre
ates renewed health and happiness. Less suf
fering, disease and unhappiheaa among ladies
would exist, were they generally to adopt the
use of tliie cordial- |,ndies who ore debilitated
by those obstructions which females rue liable
to, are res'tred by. the use of a bottle or two, to
blriom and vigor.
YOUNG MEN,
That solitary practice, so fatal to the existence
so filial to the existence of inan, and it is the
young who are most likely to become its vic
tims, from an ignorance of the danger to whi;h
they rnhject themselves, causes
NERVOUaS DEBILITY,
weakness of the system, and premature decay,
many of you my r.ow be suffering, n idled as
to the cause or source of disease. To those,
then who by excess have brought on themselves
premature impotency, involuntary seminal em is
sions, weskness and snivelling of the genital
orgKitSj Nervous Affection, or any other conse
quences of unrestrained indulgence of the gen*
ual passions, occasi >ning the necessity of re
nouncing the felicities of
MARRIAGE,
lessening both mental and bodily capacity, hold
Henry's Invigorating Cordial, a medicine that
is purely vegetable, will aid nature to rcstoro
those important functions to a healthy state and
will prove of service to you. It possesses rare
virtues, is h genets! remover of disease and
strengthener of the system,
AS A TONIC MEDICINE,
| iti* unsurpassed. Wo do nut placnthis Cordial
j on a footing with quark medicines, and, as is
I customary, append a lon, list of -ecommenda
! tiona Ac., beginning with "hear what the prea
cher Jys_" und ntcli like; it is not necessary,
for Henry'* invigorating co dial only needa a
! trial to prove all that we say.
! THE GENUINE "HENRY'S INVIG
ORATING CORDIAL,"
< s put up in 8 oz Pannel Bottle, s and is eaailv
recognized by the maniafccturer's signature on
; the label of each Bottle, (to counterfeit which ia
j forgery.)
! I TSold for 81 per Bottle: six fir S8 ; 816
per dozen.
' Prepared only by S. E t'onrir. No. 3 Frank
lin Row, Vine at., below Eighth Philadelphia <
I'a., to whom all ord.rs must be addressed. For
* S,.|o by all Ilia respectable Druggist* and Mer
j chants throughout the country.
T. w. UYG'rr & SONS, No. 138 North
2d si., Philadelphia Solo Agent* for Pennsylva
nia.
Januarv 89. 1854. I—ly
■ PensiNylvnnln Wire Works.
A*b. 21 Arch St., nbore Front,
HILAOELPHIA.
i rTVHE Subscribers have on hand, and are
' constantly maeufanurins,SlEVES. RID
DLES, SCREENS, WOVEN WIRES, of
j nil meshes and widths. Also nil kir.ds of
| plain and lanoy Wire work. Brass and Iron
1 Wire Sieves of all kinds ; Brass and Cop
; per Wire Cloth for Paper Makers, inc. Cyl
inders and Dnr.dy Rolls covered in the best
manner.
Heavy Twilled Wire for Spark Catchers,
Sieves lor Brass and Iron Founders, Screen
Wire, Window Wire, Sale*, Traps, Dish
Covers, Coal and Sand Screens, he.
BAYLISS, DARBY & LINN.
August 17 th, 1854.
To Country Merchants.
■fctiit tinb (Jonfertiotiarn,
RUBINCAM & SELL'ERS,
WHnI.CNNLK MAKUraCTUREHH AND DKALEHS IN
CONFECTIONARY OF ALL KIN OS.
No. 113 North Third St., below Race,
PHILADELPHIA.
FIMIF, attention of Dealers is requested to
* an examination of their, stock, which
will bo found lo he at lemt equal to any in
this oily. FOREIGN FRUIT pi all kinds in
season. , ' '
N." B. Orders by mail or olheiwise
promptly attended to.
August 17th, 1854.
PLATFORM SCALES
/"\F EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIJITABI E
V* FOR RAILROADS, he., for v;elchinn
HAY, COAL. ORE and MERCHAN7)ISE
generally. Purchasers run no risk, everv
scale is GUARANTEED CORRECT, and
if, alter trial, not found satisfactory can be
relumed without -charge. '
or Factory, at ibe old Sland, established
lor more than twenty years, corner of NINTH
and MELON Slreet*, Philadelphia.
ABBOTT & Co.
Successors to Etlicot If Abbott I
Philadelphia, Aug. 1, 1854.
Philadelphia & Reading Kail Road.
PASSENttER TRAINS
For Pottsville, Reading, &c. &.
MORNINGS LtNES.
Leave Philadelphia and Pollsville a( 74 o'-
clock, P. M. oxpe.ffl Sundays.
AFTERNOON LINES.
Leave Philadelphia and Pottavilie at 34
o'olock P. M. except Sundays,
FARES. Ist CLASE 2d CLABA,
Between Philad'a & Pottavilie,B2 75 82 25
> Between Philad'a & Heading, 176 1 45
50 lbs. Baggage allowed to each passen
ger. r
0 ( \ SUNDAY—One Train leaves Philadel.
pliiu at 74 o'clock A. M and relume Itom
Pottavilie at 4 o'clock, P. M. taking no bag
gage.
FARE FOR THE EXCURSION, 84.
All Tickets must be purchased before en
tering the Cars,
DEPOT in Philadelphia, Comer of Brood
and Vine Streets.
By order of the Boa-d of Managers.
S. BRADFORD, Secretary.
Aug. 18, 1854.
PfR&QI'R DIGEST.
ANY Justice of the Peace wishing to pur
chase a copy of Purdon'a Digest, can be
accommodated bv applying a! ha this
off; e.
TOE GREAf iftft ftftCOtORY IS TOE
"□ryumaatiD.
A wrtntn ogre for,Contemptwn, Brooebili*
and all diseases of the Livpj. An In
dian cure, (lie receipt purchased front a Ne
braska Indian Doctor, who haa saved thou
sand* from an untimely grave, 42 cases have
been cured out Of 61 within 6 month*, in
Phi Isdelphia city and county. Eighteen ol
Ihe above cases have been given np by their
physician*, and pronounced Inctireable, ami
ihsy are now healthy; The medicine js
simple end Botanic, nnd can be gatheied
from every farm and at all timesof the year.
This receipt with printed ditections and cer
tificates of cures trom a number of distin
guished individuals in the city of PhiladeL
phiia, will be forwarded to any person in the
Ultited Stales, free by encloeitig two dollars
in a letter post-paid to
Dr. D. E COLE,
Manayunk P. 0., Philadelphia county Pa.
[May 25th 1854-6 m.
Second Arrival
• OF
NEW GOODSJ
EVANS S- A I'PL EM AN
Have just received a f resh Mock of new
Summer Goods, lo which they invite
the attention of the people. Their assort
ment is now full again, and they can fur
nish any thing in the department of Dry-
Goods, Hardware, Groceries. Queensware
Crockery or Cedarwrre, at the lowest prices'
Blooinsburg, June Ist 1854.
FULDKHKS AND BROOKS*
AT THEIR
NEW FOUNDRY AM) MACHINE SHOP
In Catlawissa,
WILL make to order every kind of cast
ing that may be desired. They have
and will keep on hand
STOVES AND PLOUGHS,
of different slyles ; and wi)l manufacture to
order Threshing Machines, Corn Shelters and
other agricultural implements, and every va
riety of machinery. They are prepared to
make castings of any pattern to order. They
will also do turning and boring in iron ; and
will repair machinery of any kind.
Theii establishment is on the first square
above Matkel Slreet, near the Methudist
Churoh.
GEORGF. FREDRICKS,
SAMUEL BROOKS.
Catlawissa, July 9, 1R54.
JYO TICE !
IVOTICE is hereby given thai the nnder-
* signed cilizen* of Bloomsborg'Columbia
County Pennsylvania, will apply to the
next Legislature lor a Charter for a Bank to
be located at llloomshurg to be called the
" BLOOMSBURG BANK" with banking
priviliges of issue, discount and deposit,
with a capital of two hundred thousand dol
lars.
Daniel Snyder; Wm. RobisOn,
IA B. llupprt, J. Ramsey,
Wm. Snyder, R. B. Arthur,
K. Msndenhall, Kphraim 1' Lntz,
A. J. Sloan, Joseph Sharpleas,
Lloyd Paxlon, Wm. Sloan,
Geo. Weaver, S. Mendenhall.
Bloomsburg 22d, —1854.
J. STEWART DEPIIY,
AT 223 North Second Street, below
Callowhill, Philadelphia ; has on
hand a splendid assortment of Velvet,
Q Tapestry, Brussels, Three Play, Ingrain
X and Venitian ttARPETS ; besides Drug- 2
< gel*, Canton and Cocoa Matting*, P*
2 WINDOW SHADES. Door Mails, Floot O
j and Table OIL CLOTHS, Stair Rods, £
~ Hearth Rugs, he. Also, the same at H
< his other S:ore, corner of Bth and So
W Spring Garden .St., tinder the Spring
Garden House, —Wholesale and Re
tail.
April 13th 1854.-6tn
SHEETS SELTZERS 5
'WHOLESALE
■ W2SJ2B SVt3>lfiX s9
No. 233iY- Tkrd St.,
(Above Callowhill,)
PHILADELPHIA,
A GENERAL ASSORTNIET OF
ItRAWDIE*, WINES, COUDIaI 8,
Aud Liquors of every description :
. K. SHEKTZ. F. P. SELTZER
JOHN WOOTISIOES Agent.
NEIV ROUTE TO PHILADELPHIA
mmm
VTU'. - a~?
"THROUGH IX 7 nOURS."
Catlntcissa, Willinmsport and Erie Rat'.road
OPEN TO CATTAWISSA.
ON and after Monday July 17, and until
extension to Willinmsport, passenger
trains will be run daily, (Sundays excepted,)
as follows:
Leave Catlawissa at 124 P.M., por.iipct
ing at Port Clinton with Reading T-. R. aud
arriving at Philadelphia, at T\?.yi '
Leave Reading K. R Oepot, Philadelphia.
at . 1* arriving at at 3 r. M.
Light freight Carried to and from Catlawissa.
Freightrains will be announced soon.
T. McKISSOCK,
Superintendent.
Catlawissa, July 11, 1854.—if.
STOVES! STOVES!
BHARPLEBS J- lIEUCK
TT AVE opened a new Stove and Tinware
-*-A Establishment, on Main slreet one door
above the Conrt-hflusei where they are pre
pared to furnish goods in their line such as
Tin, Sheet Iron, Hollow Ware. Brass
1 Kettles, Cast Iron Sinks, Frying
Fans, Stove Pipes, all kinds
of Tin If 'art, Broom Wire
$-c.. at extremely tow
Prices. Among their
variety of
may be found the Home Air Tight, William
Penn, Glnbe, Coal Mountain, Miners' Choice
Van Leer's Kitchen Comfort, Double Oven,
the celebrated Kaub Cooking Stove for coal
or wood, and other*, too numerous lo men
tion. Also Parlor Grates, Otfice aud
Parlor ilovei,
in great variety. Tin Roofing, Gutters, Lead
era, and all kinds of work made to drder, at
the shortest notioe.
Repairing of all kinds attended to.
Bloomsburg, April 27th 1854.-tf.
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNIOX I!
The Subscribers 10 the Works of the Ar
tists' Union are respectfully informed that
from the unprecedented favor which they
have received, the Secretary feels confident
in stating that the whole number of Engra
vings (250,000) will be disposed of within
a few months, of whioh due notice, through
the press, will be given.
Agents
are requested to form Clubs and send in
their Subscriptions without delay.
J. W. HOLBROOKE, Secretary.
* 505 Broadway, New \otk.
Juiff ?o,th 1854, 3mo.
NEW BOOKS.
JOSEPH SWARTZ
flails attention to the new assortment hi
Books, cap, letter and note paper, port
folios too, which he. has jnst opened at his
book (lore in Blorimiburg, and offers for
sale at the lowest price*. Among these are
the standard school books, a variety of liter
ary, foieulific, religions and historical works;
and the new publications ot the day. The
following he has among others :
Fern Leaves, from Fanny's portfolio.
Napoleon Dynasty by the Berkley men.
Schoolcraft's Adventures.
Methodist Preacher.
Sparks Washington.
Lynclt's Dead Lea Expedition.
Ileadley's Washington and his Generals.
Headley's other works.
Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain He
roes.
Overman's Mechanics for YVheeliights,
Machinists and Engineers.
Smollet's select works.
Also an assortment of fancy goods, toys,
perfumery, confectionary &c., &c.
Bioomsburg, September Bth 1853.
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
From City Chemical If Union Works,
Made after the most improved articles, and
very superior.
PREPARED ANHYDRITE MANURE,
Made after the English Article, and most su
perior, being very much lower than Guano,
and fully equal. The attention of Dealers
and Farmers is particularly called here lor
trial. Also,
PERUVIAN GUANO,
IMPROVED
In large or small quantifies, for sale by
JOHN L. POMEROY,
22 South Wharves, 3d door above Chestnut SI.,
PHIL A DELPHI i.
July 6ih, IRs4—3m.
E® r A A 2. a fPH
TO THE FASUONABLE AND
7TIHE undersigned, having just received the
*• latest Paris and New York Fashions,
would ngnin beg leave lo inform his numer
ous friends and all the world about Blooms
bnrg, that he is now better prepared than ev
er to accommodate any one with the neatest,
easiest and best fitting suits of Clothes that
have been turned out lately; and not only
that, but be will also do them up in the best
order, upon the lowest terms.
His shop is at the old stand, (too well
known 10 lrttther notice) where lie may
at all times beTound, seated upon the bench
of repentance, steadily drawing out the thread
of affliction, hopeing it may in lite end prove
advHiuuaeous to him anil bis customers. He
would also advise bis friends to bear in mind
that poor, afflicted tailors must live, or they
Can't be expected to work. Therefore, Wheat,
Rye, Corn, Oats, Potatoes, and with all now
and then a little CASH will come mighty
bandy from those who are back-standing on
h:e book.
Remember, gentlemen, that in all cases
" the laborer is worthy of his hite."
BERNARD RUPERT.
Bloornsburg, April 14th, 1853.
SIEXDENIIALL 4- MEN&H
|(AVE JUST OFKNED THEIR
Spring and Summer
GOODS,
TO WHICH they invite the attention of
old and new customers. Among
their stock will be found a full assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
such a Silks, Bprages, Berage Delains, De
haze, French Lawns and Ginghams of every
style and price:
WHITE GOODS
of all kinds : Embroideries, I.aces, dress
trimmings, handkerchiefs, figured, plain,
Swiss, muff, cambric and jaconet muslins.
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
including bleached and brown gonds, checks
table diapers, flannels,, lickings, Manchester
and Lancaster ginghams, crash and liiteos
of all kinds.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES.
Vestings, collotiade and linen for pants, hoa.
iery and gloves,
BOOTS, ANDSHOF.S
for Ladies, Men, Misses, Hoys and children.
HATS AND CAPS, GLASSWARE,
QUEENSKAHE, CROCKERY
WARE. HARDWARE,
GROCERIES,
Suss.:, Molasses, Coffee, Tea, Rice, Spices,
iobacco, candles, tnd in short, every article
usually kept in a country store, at the lowest
prices.
Bioomsburg, May 4th 1854.
Ca*B paid for Slraw.
The subscriber will paycash for Straw de
livered at his Paper Mill at Millgrove, near
Light Street, at the following rates to wit :
Short straw $6 50 per ton, long straw 87 per
lon. These rates will be paid for either
Wheat, Rye er Oats straw in good dry con
dition.
For flnx, after the seed is threshed off, he
will pay $lO per ton.
THOMAS TRENCH.
Millgrove, April Bth 1854.—if.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
The School Directors of Bloom Township
School District, will employ ten teachers in
the public Schools for a period of about five
months.
One lo lake chsrge of the Upper Grade
school with an assistant, he will be expected
lot each Algebra, Geometry, Surveying, Phi
losophy Mensuration and every ttung be
low those branches.
Five male teaohers competent lo teach all
the branches required by tbe late act of As
sembly—and three female teachers.
They will meet for examinaiionjin Biooms
burg, at the rooin ol the Superintendent, on
Saturday September 30th, at 9 o'clock A. M.
CSC Schools lo open October the six
teenth.
J. M. CHAMBF.RLIN, President,
J. G. FREEZE, Secretary.
Bioomsburg Aug. 31, 1864.
DRAWER GOODS, spotted Swiss, Bog
Jaconett Mull, Cambric, Swiss Muslin
Bishop Lawns, sale Bard Muslin just receiv
ed at tbe Store of
MENDENHALL & MENSCH
BLANKSIBLANKS !! BLANK#!!!
DEEDS,
SUMMONS.
EXECUTIONS,
SUBPCENAS, and
JUDGMENT NOTES,
poper and desirable forms, fo* sale at the of
fice of the "Starof tKe North"
ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For oale at tho
cheap store of EVANS, to APPLE MAN.
ftaoasftgiKuattts
HIOH SCHOOL
For Yoang Lading nnd (jeotlemdi.
J. E. 81l ADL EF, Principal.
Miss JANE F. UItADUiV) Assistant.
The ensuing SESSION will commence
on MONDAY tlie I7ih day of July, noil,
and will continue 22 weeks.
TERNS.
The academic year'coneists of 44 week*
The pride ol tuition per quarter ia aa fol
lows :
JUNIOR DEPARTMENT.
First Cl(tss.— Spelling Reading Writing and
Arithmetic " •' " " 82,50
SrcotlH Class. —Arithmetic continued, to
Fractions. Small Geography, Grammar anil
Philosophy, " -f?' " " 83,25
SENIOR DEPARTMENT.
Elocution, Pennmasship, English Grant
mar, Arithmetic completed, Book-Keeping by
single entry, Geography, History, $3,75
Algebra. Geometry, Surveying, Mensura
tion, Book Keeping by Double Entry, Phi
losophy, Botany, Astronomy and other Eng
lish branches. " " 55 00
Latin, Greek, German and French, $6,00
" Drawing Extra " $2,00
" Painting in Water Colors, 83,0')
do do Oil, " $5,00
tT" A Teachers' Class) will be organized
for the accommodation of those who are pre
paring to teach. To this class special in
struction will be given in reference to the
manner of teaching as well as the branches
to be taught.
Every Scholar, unless specially excused,
is expected to attend to Composition and
Elocution.
Note.— lt is important that scholars enter
school at the beginning of the term and be
regular in their attendance.
Persons desirous of attending to any
branch of learning taught in the school, and
whose arrangements, will not permit them
to be present during all the regular school
hours, can study at home and come in at
the time of recilution.
ty Good boarding can be obtained in pri
vate families at $2 00 per week.
Bioomsburg, June 28lh, 1854.
—— 111 if.
LOQ<3DCE>lXKiajltot3ai3fgg>
Cabinet Ware Rooms,
8. C. 811BVI?
RESPECTFULLY invttes the attention of
ol tie Public to his extensive assort
ment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which
he will warrant made of good materials anil
in a workmariliko manner. At his Establish
ment, can always be found a good assort
ment of
Fashionable Furnitoe,
Which is equal in style and finish to that of
Philadelphia or New York cities, anil at as
low prices. lie has Sofas of different style
anil prices, from 825 to 860. Divans, Loun
ges, Walnut and Mahogany Parlor chairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing
and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and
pier tables, detashus cbeffeniers, whatnots
and comodes and all kinds of fashionable
work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed end
common washstands, dress-tables, corner
cupboards, solas, dining and bieakfast ta
bles, bedsteads, cane seat and common
chairs, is the largest in ibis section of the
country. He will also keep a good assort
ment of looking-glasse- with fancy gill and
common frames. He will also furnish spring
mallrasses fitted to any sized bedstead,wliiili
are superior for durability and comfort to
any hetl in use.
Bioomsburg, April 6th 1854. tf.
HITTER'S FAMILY TIED
■ELVES.
RITTER'b COMPOUND SYRUP OF
TAR, WILD CHERRY AND WOOD
NAPHTHA.—For Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Wooping Cough, aud diseases
tending to
PULMONARY CONSUMPTION.
Is one of the best preparations of the dsy
lor all diseases of the Throat aud Lunga, a*
thousands can testify. Ft contains no nar
cotic, it can be given with pet feet safety
to the youngest child. Price twenly-ffvn
cents per bottle.
rittf.r's aromatic dinner cordial.
For the cure of biarrhmt, Low
Spirits, Nervousness, General Debility, tor.
This cor'.ial Wl || be found highly Deneti
j •he above disorders; it i* pleasant to
I the taste, and will relieve in a shut time ail
those distressing feelings 10 which ilispep
lics are liable, A few doses will slop the
mosl obstinate Diarhrcea. Procure a bottle
nnd be cured at once. Price fifty cents pet
bottle.
RITTEa's PBCTOtUL RTRUP. AVD CARMINATIVE.
This preparation has been in use for over
sevemy years in Philadelphia; it was form
erly manufactured by (lie grand lather of the
present proprietor, and as a soothing syrup
has stood unrivalled. It quickly relieves
colicy pains, and promotes natural sleep in
inlants. Price twenty-five cents per bottle.
V>N6WEITEN's or black pills, f
Also known as Moravian Pills, Hurt's
Pills, Dutch Pills, are safe Purgative and
Anti-Billions Pill and no family should be
without them. Price twenty-five cents per
box. ,
The above Medicines can be obtained of
the sule proprtetoi.
I. L. RITTER,
No. 9 South Front Street Philadelphia.
N. B. A liberal discount to Druggists anil
Storekeepers.
Front Street Wire Manufactory.
W ITSOY & COX,
Sieve, Riddle, Screen If Wire Cloth Manufactur
ers.
No. 46 North Front Street,
Corner of Comb's Alley, between Market
and Mulburry (Arch) Street*.
PHILADELPHIA. ' V
Manufacture of superior quality,
Brass and Iron Wire Sieves of all kind-,
Brass and Copper Wife Cloth for Paper Ma
kers, too. Cylinders and Dandy Rolls cov
ered in the best manner. 1 <■ 1
Heavy Twilled Wire for Spark Catchers,
Sieves for Brass and Iron Founders, Screen
Wire, Window Wire, Safes, Traps, Dtsh
Covers, Coal and Sand Screens, too. Fancy
Wira Works of every description.
August 10, 1854-am.
CLOVES AND HOSIERS "
A full assortment of Geots and Ladies Kid
Silk anil Lisle Thread Gloves, elso a titll
assortment of Hosiery just received either
New Store of
MENDENHALL to MF.NSCH.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE,
LETTERS of Administration upon the es
tate ol Susen Neyhard late of Centre
township, Columbia county, deceased have
been granted to the undersigned residing al
so in ttia township of Centre. All persons
having accounts against the estate ere re
quested to present them far settlement, end
those indebted, to make immediate pay
ment to SOLOMON NEYHARD,
Administrator,
Centre, August 12th, 4854 6t.

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