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g. STACFFER & IIARLEY.
Caeap WalcHe# Sc. Jewelry.
f "TW7HOI.ESALE biid RETAIL, al the
| aJL- J f T Philadelphia Welch and Jcwelrv
Klore, No 96 Nnrih Second Street corner of
Quarry, Philadelphia.
Hold Lever Watches, foil jewelled, 18 ca
re! cnseK, * 628 00
Go'd I.apine 18 k. ' 24 00
Silver Lever full jewelled, 12 00
Silver Lapine jewels, 9 00
Superior quartiers, 7 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fine Silver, do, 1 50
Gold Bracelets, 3 00
Ladles' Gold Pencil*. 1 00
Kilvei Tea spoons. eel, 6 00
Gold Pene with Pencil & Silver holder, 1 00
Gold finger Rinas 37 j eents-io?80 ; watch
Glas.~es, plain, 121 cetila; Potenl, lSj ; Lu
net, 25; other articles in proportion. Ail
J'oods warranted 'o bo whet the}' are sold
or, STAUPFEU & HARLEY.
On hand, tome Gold and Silver Levers
i. and Lepines, still lower than the above pri
ces.
September 21st, t'Bs4—-ly.
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Watcbes, Jewelry, Silverware and
IPiISJtSTT (S(S®IS29
4 Choice Assortment of the Finest Quality,
908 CALX AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES, AT
WM. B. ELTONHEAD'S,
N. 184, South Second St.,
Between Pine and Union, West Side,
PHILADELPHIA.
The assortment embraces a large and aelect
stock of fine V\ atchrs. Jewelry, Silver Ware,
Alhata Ware, plated with fine Silver, in ftponns,
Fprks, Ladles, &e.-—Jul Gnoda, Fans and, Kan
ay Articles of s superior quality, deserving the
! examination of those who aesire to procure the
>err b una at the IOIWSST CASH Paicta.
Having a practiced knowledge of the business,
V—. - and-all available facilities for Importing and
Manufacturing, Iho .übscfibcr confidently ini
vitcs purahtsers, believing that he can supply
them on terms as favorable as any other es
tablishment in either of the Atlantic Cities.
Alt kinds of Diumon J and Pearl Jewelry and
Ailvtr Ware manufactured to otder, within a
reasonable time.
Watches, Jewelry and Silver War# faithful
ly repaired.
W.M. fi. ELTONHEAD,
No, 184 South 2d St., a few tloore above
the 2d St. Market, West Side.
BF In the South Window of the Store, may
ha seen the famous BIRD CLOCK, which
commands the admiration of the scientific and
aurbius.
September 38th, 1954.—1y.
Front Street Wtre Manufacture-
WATSON & COX,
Sinn, Riddle, Screen if Wire Cloth Manufuctur
■ " .. ere.
No. 46 NORTH FROST STREET,
Comer of Comb's Alley, betveen Market
and llulburry (Atch) Sireela.
PHILADELPHIA.
"JAf ANUFACTURE of Superior qualily,
XT_L Brass and iron Wire Sieves of all kind*.
Brass-and Copper Wire Cloth fot Paper Ma
kers, &o. Cylinders and Dandy Rolls cov
•red in the best manner.
Heavy Twilled Wire for Spark Catchers,
SleMs tea Braes and Iron Founders, Screen
WtfO, Window Wire, Safes, Traps, Dish
Covers, Coal and Sand Screens, &o. Fancy
Wire Works of evdfy description.
August 10, t854-3m.
Eotiee of Dr. Jarccs Mc-
CPufu'li s efh liiait'd Foiullv Mi divines.
MiCk OftS! B**flpl.-Thi Invains.
Syrup, which i< entirely vcgersble in it* com
position, b hren cmphtyed .with wonderful
sueeesb for msny yenre in the cure o f disease
of the Air Passage* in the Lungs. The most
common diseii.es of these organs ate Irtitation
and inflammation of the Mucous Membrane
which lines the air tubes of lite ttiruut. wind
pipe and lungs. For sny of these forma of
disease, whet'her shewing themselves as
i ough, Tickling of the Throat, Sense of tight,
nrss of the Throat, Spitting of Blood Difficulty
of Breathing,. Hoarseness or Lets or voice, and
liolic Fever, its use will be attended with
the happiest results. It is recommended as
ono of the bckt end safest medicines for all
forms of Bronchitis and Consumption.
N. B„ No Laudanum or preparation of Opi
um in any shape in this Syrup. Price in pint 1
bottles. $ 1.
Cold and Cooplt Mixture for recent Coughs
and Colds. Piice 25 cents.
Asthma end Whooping Cough remedy.
Piicc 60 cents pot liolile,
Diarihcu Remedy and Cholera Preventive
Pric? 36 and 59 cents.
Tonic Alteiutivo Sytup for purifying tho
blood. Price hi per bottle.
Vcgeta'le am' Purgative Pills for Costive
ness, Headache, Ac. Price 25 cents per box, '
Antt Billions Pills for Liver Complaints,
Disordered action of the Dowels, Ac. Price 25 |
ents.
Dyspeptic Elisor fir indigestion, llcart.
Dizziness, I'tiro £1 per bottle.
Rheumatic Liniment for Rheumatic burac
Neuralgic pains' Price 50 ccrta per bottlund
Kbeumalio Mixture for internal use in Rheu
matism, Gout, Neuralgia, &c, J'ricu 50 cents,
per bottle.
Anodyne Mixture for instantly relieving
Toob Ache, srd all pain wherever fuund—
Piice 59 cents per bottle.
Fever snJ Ague Specific for Ague or Inter
mittent Fevers in ell forms. Piice £t pet bot.
tic.
H.H.B. ELLIOTT, Agent for Pennsylva
nia, to whom all wholesale order, must to ad.
dressed, North-west corner of 9th ami Filbert
streets, above Market Street. Philadelphia.
Agents in Columbia county.
E. P. Lulz, Blnomshurgf.
John Van Liew. Lit lit Street.
Jacob Harris, Buckltorn.
May J Ith 1854-6 m.
DOLLARII,
PREMIER ARTISTE. IN HAIR, 177
Chestnut S'IPCI, PHILADELPHIA, lit
vatttor of the Celebrated Gossamer Ventila
ting Wis and F.alslic Band T.oupeea. Lislruc
lions to enable Ladies and Gentlemen to
measure then own heads with accuracy.
Fo i. Wigs. Inches,
No. 1 The round of tHe head.
2 Frotn forehead over the head lo neck.
-, 3 From ear to ear over the '.op.
4 From ear '.o ear around the forehead.
Toupees fc Sculps. litches.
No- 1 From forehead to hack as far as bald.
2 Over (ore Lend, as far as required.
3 Over tlie crow n of the head.
R. D.dlard has id ways ready tor sale a
splendid-stock of Gentlemen's hall
Wise, Ftirn >, Btuids, Cutis, etc., beautifully
manufactured, and as cheap asrany. estab
lishment in the Union.
Doilnrti.it Herbauian Extract, or Lusiraos
Hair Tonic, prepared from South American
hetbs Hud runts, lite most successful atticle
ever produced fot preserving lite hair from
falling out or chancing color, restor ing and
prestrvintt it in a healthy and luxuriant
stale. Among oilier reasons why Dollard's
Hair Culling Saloon maintains its immense
popularity, is the fact that his tonic is ap
plied lo every bead of hair cut at bis estab
lishment, consequently, it i kept in belter
preservation than under any other known ap
plication. It being thus prac'ically tested by
thousands, oilers the greatest guaranty of its
efiicacy.
Sold wholesale and retail al his old estabj
lishment, 177 Chestnut Street, opposite the
State House.
R. Dollard has at la-st discovered the ns
phis ultra of HAIR DYE;and announces it
for sale, with perfect confidence in its sur
passing every tiling of the kipd now in use.
it colors the hair either black or brown, as
may be desired, and is used without any in
jury to the Itnir or skin, either by stain or
otherwise, can be washed off ten minutes
after application, without detracting from
its cfiicacy. Persons v'-siting tho city are in
vited to give hint a call. Letters addressed
to R. Doll art), 177 Chestnut Street, Philadel
phia, will receive attention.
Philadelphia, Oct 12th, 1854—1y.
1000 KOGK %GEiITi
WANTED,
170 Canvass for Ihe best and most sala
ble Books pnhlished. They are Writ
ten by the mosl popular Authors of the day,
including among others, T. S ARTHUR, ol
whose last great work,
TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM,
11,000 copies have been sold within a month
of publication.
These books are beatttifiully illustrated,
(many of tbem with finely colored plates)
and are printed and bound in the beat man
ner.
Agents will find a pleasant and profitable
employment in their circulation. For par
ticulars address (post paid)
J. VV. BRADLEY.,
PoBLrSHER,
No. 48 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
September 21, !833-Bm.
GRATIS!
JUST PUBLISHED
ANEW Discovery in Medicine. A few
wards on (be ritionsl treatment without
Medicine, of Spermatorrhea, or local weakness.
Nervous Debility, Low Spirits, Lassitude,
Weakness of the Limbs and the Back, Indis
position and Incapacity of Stud; and Latior,
Dullness of Apprehension, Loss of Memory,
Aversion to Society, Love ef Solitude, Timid
ity, Belf-IJiatiust, Dizziness, Headache, Invol
untary Discharges. Pains iu the Side, Affoc
lion of the Gyes, i'imples on the Face, Sexual
and other Infirmities in Man.
From ths French of Dr. 0. De I.oney,
The important fact that these alarming com
plaints may easily bo removed without medi
cino, is. in this email Iraeq clearly demonttra
i ted, and the ohtitely new end highly successful
treatment, as adopted by tho author, fully ex
phtinrd, by moans of which every out ie ena.
Med to cure himself perfectly, and at the least
possible cost, nyetilidtag thereby, all tho ad.
vertiicd nostrums of the day.
Hent to any address, gratis and post freo, in
i a soaled envelope, by remitting (post paid) two
postage stamps lo Dr.B. De Lsney.No, 17
Lispeuard Street.New York, Cm.
Beplerober 28th, 1854.
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A COPY—MAN KNOW THYSELF.—
Dr, Hunter's Medical Menuel and Hand Book
for tho Afflicted, Containing en outline of
the Origin, Progress, Tresltnoi t and cur* of
every form.of disease. conUscled by Promis
cuous Sexual Ibiorcourse, by Scir-ehttse, or by
dcsuel Excsaa, with ndvLc for their j roveti
tirn, written in a fnmiliet stylo, avoiding all
mr.lfi-l teihnieslities. and cvorything that
wouh! offend the esr 6f decency, with en out.
line of complaints incident to femcies from the
result of some twenty years successful practice,
c xelusively rtevotnl to Ihe cute of d ,eases of a
delitete or private nature.
To which is added receipts for this euro of the
shove diseases, and a treatise ou tho causer,
symptoms and cure of ihe Pcvgr snd Ague,
Testimony of the Professor of Obste
trics, in I'enn College, Philadelphia.
"DN. HBNTKR'S MEDICAL MANUAL." 5
—Tho author of this wotk, tiulike the majority
of those who advertise to euro tho 'diseases of
which it treats i* s graduate of one of the best .
Gollegcs in tho United States, It affords me
leisure to recommend him to the unfortunate,
'h to the victim of mal-practicc, as a successful
f 'ndexpcrii-nfrd practitioner, in whose honor
"nil integrity they may pl.ic# l K e greatest confi
,cnce. 1
JOHN S. I,oNostnnE, M. D.
From Jl, Woodward, M. I). of Penn.
University, Philadelphiv. ,
It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to
the profes-ional shiiiiy of the author of the i
"Medical Manual," Numerous ca,cs of disease i
of the geiiitnl organs, some of them of long
standing, have come under my notice, ill which
bis .kill has been manifest in restoring to per- ,
feet health in some esses Where the paltentifins ,
been considered beyond medical aid, In the ,
treatment of seminal weakness, or dissrrarge
mciit of tho (unctions produced bj self-abuse
or excess of venery, I do not know his supert- ,
or in the profession. I liavo been acquainted
with (he author some thirty years, and deem it
no more than justice to him as well as kindness
to the unfortunate victim of early indiscretion
to rpcommeiid him as ont in whoso professional
skill and inlegii'.y they may safely confide
themselves.
ALFRED WOODWARD, M. D.
"This is, without exception, the most com
prehensive end intelligible work published of
the class of. diseases ef J which it Heels. Avoi,
ding sil technical terms, it addresses itself to
tho reason of its readers. It ia free front all
objectionable matter, and no patent however
| fastidious can object lo placing it in the ben d
[of his eons. The author has devoted many
years to the treatment of the various complaints
treated of, with 100 little breath to puff, ami
too little presumption to impose, he has offered
to the world, at the merely nominal price of 25
cents., the fruit of some twenty years' most
successful practice."—[Herald.
'•No teacher or patent should be without
the knowledge imparted in this valuable work,
It would save years of pain, m titifi'-ation and
sorrow lo the youth under their charge.''
[People's Advocate.
A Presbyterian clergymni in Ohio, writing
of "Huntej'e Medical .Manual" says,—"Thou, j
sands upon thousands of our youth by evil ex
ample, and influence of the passions, have been ,
led into ihe habit of self-pollution, without re- |
olizing tho sin and feaiful consequences upon :
themselves and their posterity. The comiitu' !
lions of thousands who are raising families l
have been enfeeble J, if not broken down and
they do not know the cause or the cure, Any
thing thatcan he done solo enlighten and in
fluence the public mind as to check, and ulti
mately |o remove this wide spread source of
human wretchedness, would confer the greutost
blessing next to the religion of Jcstta Christ, on
the present coining generation. Intemperance,
oi the use of intoxicating drinks, though it has
slain thousands upon thousands, is not as great
er scourge to the human race. Accept my
thanks on lielisif of the afflicted, and believe '
me your co-worker iu the good wotkyou orcso
actively eugaved in.
Ono copy, securely enveloped, will lie forwar
ded,free of postage, to "any pari of me United
S;ites for twenty-five cents, six copies for one
dollar. Address, fospaid, COSDEN & CO.
Publishers or 'Box 106 Philadelphia.
N, 13. Booksellers, Canvassers and Book
Agents supplied on Ihe most liberal terms.
December 28 1853. 49—ly
LEATHER AND FINDINGS. .
THE subscriber respectfully invites the at
tention of dealers and others, to his largo
and well selected stock of Leather slid Kind ,
jogs, which is kept constantly fresh try repeated
drafts upon the manufacturers of this eountiy
and of Europe, and which is made up in part
of the following aiticlen. viz ;—Tito best Oak
and Red Bole ; Slaughter. Skirting and Damng.
cd do ; Harness, Bridle, Band and Welt Leath
er; Thong and Lacing dir.- Wax Upper, Boot
Grain, Holland SplH do.; City Slang, Kips
Salted and Collar do.; City, Country, French
and Patent Calf Skins; Boot Leg Moroccos,
Buck Skins, Pad skins, Chamois,and Moroccos;
Bindings snd Linings of almost every descrip
tion ; erlioe Thread, Patent Thiead, tsilh, 800 l
Cord, l.nco, and Silk and Union Goltooiia:
Black aud Colored English Lastiug, Worsted
Uppers,and Crimped Frotitsaml fominge; Awls
Tacks, Needles, Eyelet and Crimping Machines
and Eyelets; Steel, Iron, Copper and Zinc Nails,
Flics, Rasps, Knives; Rubbers, Pegs, Bristles;
and Doot Web; Hammers, Boot and SlioeTrees,
Lasts, Crimps, Clamps, Handles. Gum, Color,
Cod Liver anil Tanners Oil; Shoe Tools and
Currier's Tools ol all kinds, ready for use, be
sides many other articles not enumerated above,
all of which will be eele at Ihe lowest market
retes, by JOHN WHITE,
Importer and Dealer, 497 Market Street,
Above 13th, Philadelphia.
R. C. RIDGWAY & CO.
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
WINES AI\D LIQUORS,
No. 104 South Front Street) I*l.ilea.
BRANDIES. LIUORS.
(of different kinds.) \Vtna Bitters,
Dark and Pule, Stoughlon Bitters,
Otard, Depny &. Co.of Essence of Pepper
various Vintagae, mint,
Pinet, Caetillion & Co. Wild Cherry Brandy,
of various Vintages, Ruspberry Brandy,
Maglorey, do Blaokberry do
Heunessy, do Lavender do
Rochelld do Ginger do
HOLLAND OIN. CUMCO* do
Swan Brand, Extract D'Ahsinlhe.
Comet, do CORDIALS.
Fish, do Rose Cordial,
Anchor Brand, Perfect Love, Cordial,
Seydam, do Anniseed, do
WINES. Lemon, do
Superior old Sherry Peppermint, do '
Wine, wm.-KKYs.
do do Madeira Wine Sttperior.Oid Monon-
Port, of different gahela,
kindij Rye Whiskey, from 1 .
Tenenffe Wine, to 16 yeare old, .
Lisbon, do Burbon Whiskey,
Malaga, do Irish do
Mttsoutei, do Scotoh do '
Claret, do Old Jamaica Spirit*,
Burgundy Port, Old Peach Brahdy,
Old Apple do
Aag.'l7tb, 1864. Cham, and Hook W. .
ol various brands. I
ftj.ai SkC'C^ul .■!*>■■■■■■■■. ■■ * Mi
n i:\RT'-! i \ i,.
This invalmblo cordial i extracted from
hoibs and root* which have hern found at'- 1
tor yonts of exponent , hvlhrmoijiHkillf.il i
physicinne to' e possessed or qualities the moat t
berieftciel in die diseasee for which it is |ren- t
Bmrnruded.'aijd hence while it' is presented i
to the public in on efficacious emedy.it I" (ltn t
.known to ba yf that character on which tell r
ot.cr may hp phcrd sill it safety. In cn es
of finpotcncy; HenlorrhaKCs, Disordered Bteril
ity, Mensttvatlm, or Supineesloti of the Mel). J
sea, Fluor Albus or Whites, or for J
DEIMLITY, .
arising from any cause, such ns weakness from
sicknesa, where the patient has boon confined I
to tied for some time, for females after no~fn:e e
menl, abortion or mintarriage, this cordial can ;i
nil be excelled ii. its salutary effete : or in the
low rf miiffculor cncigy, irrilihiiitv, physical a
profft'slioti, seminal weakness, kail'' l """' o v
the heart, indigestion, sluggishness. decay o e
the prorreetive functions, nervousness Ac. 0
where a tonic medicine ia required, it will ba
founu equal, if not auperiot to any compound p
ever used, c
TO FEMALES.
I Henry's invigorating coidia! Is one of the moat c
invaluable aiedirinea in the many complaints to- "
which females are suliject. It assisla nature to 0
brace '.lie whole avstem, check excesses end ere- "
atcs renewed health and happiness. Loss suf.
faring, disease and unbeppincsa among ladies
would extal, were they generally to adopt the
use of this cordial* Ladies who are debilitated
by those obstructions which females lie fable 1
to, are rea'ored l>y the use of e bottle or two. tu
bloom and vigor. > *
YOUNQ MEN,
That solitary Jactlce, ao fatal to the existence
•o faial to the existence' of man, and it is the
young who are most likely to become its vic
tims, from an ignorance of the danger to which
they subject themselves, cauaea
NERVOUS DJEBILITY,
weakness of UM system, and premature decay,
many of you miy r.o* ho suffering, n isled as
to the canso or siuree of disease. To thoro,
then who by excess have brought on themselves
premature impotency, involuntary seminalemis
siona, weakness and eh-ivetling of the gonitol
organs, Nervous Affection, or any other conse
quences of unrestrained indulgence of the sen
sual passions, occasioning the necessity of re- I
nouncing the felicities of
MARRIAGE,
lessening both mental and bodily capacity, hold
Henry's Invigorating Cardial, a medicine that
ia purely vegelahle, will aid nature to restora j
those important functions to a healthy state and ]
will prove of servic* to you. It possesses rare {
virtues, is a genera! remover of disease and j
streugthenor of tb&yetem.
AS A BOhlC MEDICINE, 1
it ia unsurpassed. We do not place this Cordial
on a footing widi quack medicines, and, as ia
customary, append a long Its! of 'ecommenda
tiona, +C.. beginning Wt "hoar what tho prea
cher sye_" and such tike ; it la not necessary,
for Henry's invigorating cordial only needs a '
trial to prove all that we say. I
THE GENUINE "HENRY'S INVIG
. ORATING CORDIAL," !
e put up in 6oz Pannel Bottle, a and is easily 1
recognized by the manufeolurer's signature on
the label of each Bottle, (to counterfeit which is |
j forgery,)
' l~iT Sold for $ I per Bottle: si* for #8 ; sl6 |
| per dozen.
| Prepared only by S. R CORFU, NO. 3 Frank
i lin Row, Vine at., hclow Eighth Philadelphia • j
' Pa., to whom *ll orders must he addressed. For
i Sale by all the respectable Druggists and Mer
: chants throughout the country.
I T. W. UY'VFR A SONS, No. 133 North
; 2d sr., Philadelphia, Sole Agents for Pennsylva- i
nia. *
j January S3. 1851, I—ly
Pcnnttylvaula Wire Works.
No. 21 Arch St., above Front, '
PHILADELPHIA. 1
RVAHE Subscribers have on hnnd, and are
A consiaiulv manufacturing, SlEVES. RID
DUES, SCREENS, WOVEN WIRES, of
all meshes and widths. Also all kir.ds of
plain and laucy Wiru work. Brass and Iron
Wire Sieves of all kinds ; Brass and Cop
per Wire Cloth for Paper Makers, &O. Cyl
inders and Dar.dy Rolls covered in the best
manner.
Heavy Twilled Wire for Spark Catchers,
Sieves for Brass and Iron Founders, Screen '
' Wire, Window Wire, Puffs, Traps, Dish '
Covers, Coal and Sand Screens, &c.
BAYLISS, DARBY A LINN. T
* August 17th, 1854. C
Tb Country Merchants.
ifenit aitb* donfeelionarn, i
RUBINCAM &, SELLERS, '
WHOLESALE MANUPACTUUEUR ANI) DEALERS IN 1
CONFECTIONARY OF ALL KINUS.
No. 113 Nonh Third St., below Race,
PHILADELPHIA.
TIIHE attouiion of Dealers is requested to
-1. an examination of their slock, which
will be found to be at least equal to any in
this city. FOREIGN FRUIT of all kinds in
season. j
N. B. Orders by mail or otherwise!
promptly attended to.
August 17lh, 1854.
Plallorm Scales.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SUITABLE E
FOR RAILROADS, &c., for weighing „
HAY, COAL, PRE and MERCHANDISE <
generally. Purchasers run no risk, every P
scale is'GUABANIEF.D CORRECT, and
if, after trial, r|>t found satisfactory, can be |
relinned withoxt charge.
OR Factor) a(lbe Old Stand , established \
lor more ihan tuenty years, corner of NINTH I
and MELON Streets, Philadelphia.
ABBOTT & CO, A
Successors to Ellicot If Abbott I
Philadelphia, Aug. F, 1854.
Philadelphia & Reading Rail Road. -
IASSENGER TRAINS S
For PAtsville, Reading. &c. &.
MORNINGS LINES.
Leave Piiladelphia and Putlsville at 7J o'-
clock, P. TL. except Sundays.
FTFTERNOON LINES. o
Leave Piiladelphia and Pottsvills at 3}
o'clock P. M. except Sundays,
I FARES, let CLASS 2d CLASS,
Between Plilad'a & Potteville,B2 75 #2 25
Between Pjilad'a & Beading, 1 75 1 45
50 lbs. BAGGAGE allowed to each passen
ger.
ON SUNDAY—One Train leaves Philadel
phia at 74 o'clock A. M. and returns from p
PollsviUe at 4 o'clock, P. M. taking no bag
gage. "
FARE FOR THF. EXCURSION, $4.
All Tickets nutet be purchased before en- S
taring the Cars, T
DEPOT in Philadelphia, Coiner of Broad
and Vine Street^.
By order of the Boa'd of Managers. 0
A BRADFORD, Secretary. N
Aug. 18,1854. U
Justices of the Peace
AND CONSTABLES can find all kind fo
blanks desirable for their use, in proper di
form, ,at the office of the "STAR or THRNORTH &
HQS ca>c!Dacfix^jtJL)
Cabinet Ware Rooms,
s. c. SHIVR
RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
of J|ie Ptrilm ft) his. exmnsive aasort
ineiit of Cabindt Furniture and Chairs, which
ho will warrant mude of good materials and
iq a workmanlike nialitier. At bie Establish
ment, can always "bo found a good assort
ment of
FasliisuaMfi F urn Hue,
Which is equal in style and finish to that of
Philadelphia or New York oities, and at as
lour prices. He has Sufas of different style
and prices, from #25 to Se. Divans, Lotro
ges, Walnut ar.tl Mahogany Parlor chairs.
Rocking and unsy chairs, Piano stools, nod
a variety of ophofstered work, with Dressing
and parlor bureaus, sofa, uard, centre and
pier tables, drlßshus, chefieniers, whatnots
and contoifes and all kinds of fashionable
work- His slock of bureaus', enclosed and
common wash-stands, dress-tables, corner
cupboards, solas, dining and bteakfsst ta
bles, bedsteads, cane seat and common
Chairs, is the largest in this section of the
country. He will also keep a good assort
ment of looking-glasses with fancy gilt and
common frames. He will also furnish spring
matlrusees fitted to any sized bedstead,which
are superior for durability and comfort to
any bed in use.
Bloomsburg, April 6th 1854. tf.
WOTIceT!
TVOTICE is hereby given that the under
* signed citizens of Bloomsburg Columbia
County Pennsylvania, will apply to the
next Legislature for a Charter lor a Bank to
be located at Bloornsburg to ba 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,
L. B. Rupert, J. Ramsey,
Wm. Sn;der, R. B. Arthur,
E. Mendenhall, Ephraim P Lolz.
A. J. Sloan, Joseph Sharpies/,
Lloyd Paxton, Win. Sloun,
Geo. Weaver, S. Mendenhall.
Bloomsburg 22d,—1854.
STSBW ©S)©
FOR FALL AND WINTER!
EYAMS & APPLEIIAN.
HAVF. JUST received and opened an en
tire new and splendid assortment of
siß&SQxriiEßaiaa |
For Fail and Winter at their Brick store on
Main street abn.-olron ctreet, to which they
invite the attention 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
G&3DqDIS3g3 d
QUE EN SirJl RE, lURDHjiRE,
GLASSWARE, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Thoy have on hand every desirable and
fashionable style of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Shawls, Sillks, Merir.ne*, Deiains, ginghams,
prints, ami every article of
House Furnishing Goods,
Sheetings, ticking, checks, ii c.
Their slock is selling fast, aim will be re
plenished every few weeks, for their motto
is "small profits and quick sales."
Call and see our goods. We charge noth
ing for showing them, and will always take
countryprnduce in pay at the market prices.
Bloomsburg, October 24, 185,3-lf
STOVESTSTOVES!
SOARPLESS 5 AIELICK
HAVE opened a new Stovo and Tinware
Establishment, on Main street one door
above the Court-house, where they are pre
pared to furnish goods in their line such as
Tin, Sheet Iron, Hollow Ware. Brass
Kettles, Cast Iron Sinks, Frying
Pans, Stove Pipes, all kinds
of Tin I Fart, Broom Wire
fyc., at extremely low
Prices. Among their
variety of
MMM,
may be found the Home Air Tight, William
Penn. Globe, Coal Mountain, Miners' Choioe
Van Leer's Kitchen Comfort, Double Oven,
the celebrated Raub Conking Stove for coal
or wood, and others, too numerous to men
tion. Also Parlor Grates, Office and
Pnrlor Stoves,
in great variety. Tin Roofing, Gutters, Lead
ers, and all kinds of work made to urder, at
the shortest notice.
Repuiring of all kinds attended to.
Bloomsburg, April 271h J854.-lf.
REMO V AL.
LIGHT! LIGHT! LIGHT
M. B. DYOTT &, KENT
Have removed to their New Store and Factory,
No, 74 South Second Street Philadelphia,
(Five doors belaw their old stand.)
Having increased facilities, we offer to Mer
chants and others, <JAS FIXTURES end
LAMPS of every description, and ct the low
est Minufsrturor'e prices, end uneupssecd in
quality or appearance by any in the Country.
Our Stock embraces Dynil's Patent Pine Oil
Lampa, (the best in tho world,) Burning Fluid
end Solar Lard Lamps, Chandeliers, for Gas,
Pine Oil, Solar Lard, end Fluid, Hall and Pat
ent Spring Hand Lsnthorne, Globes, Glasses,
Wicks, pj„e Oil sad Fluid, Wholesale and
Retail.
Merchants and others will find it to their
advantage to call and examine our Block and
Prices.
OC7 Particular attention given to fitting up
Churches end other publie buildings.
Philadelphia, Sept Ist, 1854. —3m,
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY
LOTTERY!!
{By Authority of the State of Alabama,)
Conducted on the Havana plan.
CLASS H—TO BE DRAWN 20th of Dec.
ONE RAIZE to 20 TICKETS —AND REMEMBER,
EVERY PRIZE DRAWN!
CAPITALS. #7,500
" 5,000
" 2,000
" 2 of# 1,000 2,000
]n all 251 prize*, amounting to #30,000
IT Tickets #s—Halves and Quarter* in
proportion.
Every prize drawn at each drawing.
"Current bills of any bank received at par."
All communications strictly confidential.
SAMUEL SWAN, Agent and Manager,
Sign of the Bronze Lion*
Montgomery, Alabama, June 20, 1854.
BLANKS I BLANKS II BLANKS I!!
DEEDS,
SUMMONS,
EXECUTIONS;
SUBPCENAS, and
JUDGMENT NOTES,
loner and desirable forms, fo> sale at the fo
Ice ef the ".Star of the North.' '
iwi ';' - .&* h uP- TXt&^jga^'
* > V;, ; <. v ''.' * ' x ~y\l'- • *' >ix
■!!!■■**;*" _''!*■■■■ J!! '.. *?■
AftfeftlCU wjffiSg PSION!
"flie AmbrtaT AKnots' DVill, would re
aperifuily announce to llie eilntene of the
United States anil Canada*, that for the <pt)f
poith of obkieatiog a tafle for the fine arts
ihrouitiout the c inly, ati.l witli a view ot
enabling every family to becptpd possessed
of a gallery of Engravings,
By the Fist Artists of the
Asc. ■
They have delertninud, in or.ier to create at)
extensive sale for their Engravings, thus not
only give employment to a large number of
artists and others, but ilfepfre among our
countrytnei. a lasto for works of art, to pre
sent to the 'purchasers of their engraviug,
when 260,000 of which are sold
95,000 GIFTS, of the'aotual cost of
9)50000. Each purchaser of a One Dollar
Engraving, therefore, receives not only an
engraving richly worth the money, but also a
ticket which entitles him to one of the Gifts
when they are distributed.
For Five Dollars, a highly finished Engra
ving, beautifully painted in oil, and Five
Gilt Tiokets, will <>o sent; or five dollars
worth of splendid Encravings, cau be selec
ted from the Catalogue, and sent by return
midhu,express.
A'tcopy of the Catalogue, together with a
specimen of one of tho the Engravings, can
be seen at (he office of this paper.
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actu
ally worth that Sum, and a Grfi Ticket, will
immediately be forwarded.
The Committee believing that tli9 suc
cess of this Great National Undertaking will
be materially promotnl by the energy and
enterprise pi intelligent and persevereiog
Agents, hsAe resolved to treat with such on
tho most liberal terms.
Any person wishing to become an Agent,
by sending (post paid,)3l, will receive by
return of mail, a one dollar engraving, n
"Gilt Ticket," a Prospectus, a Catalogue and
all other necessary information.
On the final completion of the sale, the
the Gifts will be placed in the baniU of
a committee of the purch .sore to be distribu-,
led, due notice of which will be given
throughout the United Slates and the Cana
das.
List of Gifts.
100 Marble busts of Washings
ton at " " SIOO 310,000
100 ~ " Clav, 100 10.008
100 " " Webster, 100 10.(100
100 " " Calhoun 100 10 000
50 elegant Oil Paintings in
splendid gilt frames, sixe 3
x 4 ft. each, 100 5.000
100 elegant Uil Paintings, 2x3
ft. each, 50 h 000
500 steel plate Engravings,
brilliantly colored in oil,
rich gilt frames 21x30 in
each, 10 6,000
11,000 elegant sreel plate En
gravings. colored in oil, of
the Washington Monument,
20x26 iu. ea. 4 40.000
237,0011 steel plate engravings,
from 100 different plates
now in possession of and
otveued by the Artists' Un
ion, of the market value ol
from 50 cents to 31 each. 41.000
1 first class dwelling, in N. Y.
City 12,000
22 Building Lots in 100 and
101 si sis , N. Y. City, each
25x100 ft. deep, at 1 000 22,000
100 Villa Sites, containing each
10,000 sq. It. in the suburbs
of New York City, anJ
commanding a magnificent
view ol the Hudson River
and Long Island Sound, at 500 60,000
20 perpeluals loans of cash,
without inlererest, or se
curity, of 3250 each. 5,000
50 " " 100 " 5.000
100 " " 50 " 50V0.
250 " " 20 " 5.000
2,000 " " 5 10,000
Reference in regard to the Real Estate,
F. J. VisscHEn & Co., Real Estate Brokers,
New V oik. Orders, (post paid,) with mon
ey enclosed, to be addressed.
J. W, HOLBROOKE; Sec'y,
505 Broadway, N. Y.
t*" The Engravings iu the Catalogue are
now ready lor delivery.
* New York, Nov 9th 1801-6 m.
BET £u <SS £h &Li
TO THE FISHONABLE AND
it
r |3HE undersigned, having just received the
latest Paris and New Vqrk Fashions,
would again beg leave to inform hie numer
ous friends and all the world about Blooms
burg, that he is now better prepared than ev
er to accommodate any one wilb the neatest,
easiest and best fitting suits of Clothes that
have been turned out lately; and not only
that, but he will also do them up in the best
order, upon (lie lowest terms.
His shop is at the old stand, (100 well
known to need further notice) where he may
at all times be found, seated upon the bench
of repentance, steadily drawing out the thread
of affliction, hopeiog it may in the end prove
advantageous to him and ins customers. He
would also advise his friends to bear in mind"
that poor, affiioted 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
handy from those who are buck-standing on
hte book.
Remember, gentlemen, that in all cases
" the laborer is worthy of iris hire."
BERNARD RUPERT.
Bloornsburg, April 14th, 1853.
REEVE L. KNIGHT,
(Successor to Hartley Knight.J
BEDDING AND AR PET
WAREHOUSE,
No. 148 South Second Street, Five doors above
SPRUCX STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
Where he keeps constantly on hand a full As
sortment of every article in bis lino of business.
Feathers, Featherbed#, Pstent Spring Mattres
ses, Curled hair, Moss .Corn Husk and Bliaw
Mattresses, Velvet Tapestry, Tapestry, Brus.
eels, Three.Ply, Ingrain, Venetian, List, Rug
and Hemp Catpclings, Oil Cloths, Canton Mat.
tings, Cocoa and Spanish Malting', Floor and
Blair Druggets, Hearth Rugs. Door Mats, Ta
ble and Piano Covers, (r which he respectfully
invites the sttention of purchasers.
Philadelphia Sept. Jet, 1854. ly.
Registration Certificates
For the use of clergymen, justices, physi
ians and other persons in registering marria
ges and deaths as required by the now Ac
Assembly, can be had at the office of the
Star of the North."
THOMAS BUTLER,
No. 7 South Seventh Street,
PHILADELPHIA;
IManufaoturer of strong Tinware, Copper,
Tin and Zino Battling Tuba, Bathing
Pant, and every kind of batniog apparatus.
Also deed and paper boxes.
Prompt attention given lo ordered work,
and goods carefully lorwarded on orders.
Philadelphia, August 17th, 1854,
ESCfLAPIU^
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.
Edition, with* One
Mr f£k hundred Engravings,
Mr Trfiftl rhoWing DlserScMnd Mtl
m /wjEBaV bS formations of the hbmim
H Jp form. To which ii^hilled
w SUmI IS " Traatise on tho bisnsei
Jo! of Femsles, being oflha
highc-t rmpofttiftcetSnir
ried people, trr fhbse con
tuinplsiing mariiage. By
WILLIAM YOUNG, M. D.
Let no father lie ashamed the present soapy
of the Aesculapius to. his child. It rnny save
him from an early grave. I.vt no young man or
woman enter into tho secret obligations of mar
ried life whhout rending the Pock* Aesculapius
Lst no ono suffer frotn • bscknieu Cough Pain
in the Bide, restless nights, nervous feelings,
and we whole trsin of Despeplic sensations'
and given up by their physicians, be another
m.-ment without consulting the ABSOULA
PIIIB. Have the married, or those shout to he
married env impediment.'read Ibis troly
book, es it hex lieen the mesne of saving thou
sands of unfortunate creatures from the very
jawe of death.
Any person sending twenty five cents, en
doxedina loiter, will receive one copy of this
book, by mail,or five copies willbe sent for one
dollar. Address. Dr. W. Young.No. /63Rpreee*
street, Philadelphia.' Postpaid,
No 152 Bpruce St., Philadslphja.
Sop. Ist, 1854-ly.
ZINC PAINTS.
One Third cheaper than White hrail,
and free from all Poisonous qualities,
THE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY
Having greatly enlarged their works, ena im - 1 *
proved the quality of their prodiiot*, are pr
paicd to execute orders for their
StMSiroa *
Dry and Ground in oil, assorted packages o
from 25 to 66U pounds ; also
DRY, in hsirels.of 200 pounds each.
Their White Zinc, which is a. Id dry or
around in oil is woirautcj pure end unsurpass
ed for body sud uniform whiteness.
A method of preparation has recently been
discovered, which enables the Company to war
rant their paints to keep fresh and soft in tho
kegs for any reasonable lime. In this reapoet
iheir paints will be superior to any other in the
market.
Their Brown Zinc Paint which iaaoldata
low price, and can only be mgJe frqn) xinc ores
from New Jersey is now well known for its
eroiective qualities when applied to iron or
pther metallic surfaces.
their Stone Color Paint possesses allthe
properties of the Brown and is of an agreeable
color for painting Cottages, Depots, Out.build
ingi Bridges s,c.
Denials supplied on liberal terms by Iheit
Agents,
FRENCH & RICHARDS,
Wholesale Paini Dealers an Importers,N.
W. cor."of 10th k Maiket Sir. Phila. 6in.
KITTER'b FAMILY MED
ICINE.
RITTER'N COMPOUND SYRUP OF '
TAR, WILD CHKRUY AND WOOD
NAPHTHA.—For Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Wooping Cough, sud diseases
tending to
PULMONARY CON'SU.M PTION.
Is one of the best preparations of the day
for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs as
thousands can testify, ft contains no nar
cotic, it can be given with pet feci safety
lo tho youngest child. Price twenty-live S
cents per bottle.
RITTEIt S * ROM trie DINNER CORDIAL. I
. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Drarrbosj, Low
bptrils, Nervousness, Uencral Debility, ito ' i
This cordial will be fottiffl highly 'oeneU
cial iti the above disorders; it is pleasant r
the tas'e, and will relieve in a short lima all
those distressing feelings lo whtoh dioper
ttcs are liable. A few doses will sioo th*
most obstinate Diarhrma. Procure a bottle
bottle" CUfe U ' ° nC9 ' r,ioo u ". v ceut*
ritteh's rtcTOHAL sracp and carminatty*
This preparation has been in use for over 1
seventy years in Philadelphia; it was form- 1
erly manufactured by tlie grandfather of the ,
present proprietor, and as a soothing syrup
has stood unrivalled. It quickly relieves
colioy pains, and promotes natural sleep h*
infants. Price twentj -five cents per bottle.
yansweiten's OR BLACK pills.
Also known as Moravian Pills, Hurt's
Pills. Dutch Pills, are safe Pnrgalive and
Aini-Uillions Pill and no family should b* 1
without them. Price twenty-five cents per
box.
The nbovp Medicines cau be obtained of
the sole proprietor
1. L. BITTER,
No. 8 South Front Street Philadelphia.
N. B. A liberal discount to Druggists and
Storekeepers.
Tin-Ware & Stove! j
Establishment- I
rpHK UNDERSIGNED, respectfully fn
* furnir his old fiiends and customers,that
he has purchased his brothei's interest in the
•hove establishment, and the concern will beta
after l> conducted by himself exclusively. He I
has just received and ofTois for sale the
largest and most extensive assortment
ment „f FANCY BTOVH3 ever intro
duced into this market.
stovepipe and Tinware constantly on hand
and manufactured to order. All kinds of re
pairing done, as usual, on short notice,
The patronat,o nf old frienis and new eat*
loinera is respectfully solicited.
A. M. RUPERT.
IJloomsburg Jan. 12, 1853, fil-lf
£23QHS3r^a33^aß.ar,
E. O. HOTTER,
rf—-gj-*, 13 ESPECTFULLY oflari hi* *
*•*' professional service* le
u T AJ the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Bloornsburg and vicinity. He is prepared t*
attend to all the various operations in De*
tislry, and is provided with the latest im
proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will ,
be inserted on pivot or gold plate, to look m
well as natural.
A superior article of Tooth Powders, il
ways on hand. All operations on the teeth
warranted.
CF Office near theAYtademy.j
Bloornsburg, Nov. 9u, 1951.
Cash paid for A'lraw-
The subscriber will paycash for Straw de
livered at his Paper Mill at MUlgrove, near
Light Street, at the following rates to wit
Short straw 96 50 per ton, long straw 97 per
ton. These rates will be paid for eithe*
Wheat, Rye et Oats straw In good dry con
dition.
For flax, after the seed is threshed off, be
will pay 910 per ton.
THOMAS TRENCH.
MUlgrove, April 9th 1854.-tf.

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