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STARTLING, BUT TRUE!
41X JWHfi TO EVERY SENSIBLE WOMAN.
WYT JTBHAisR* SUFFER IN HEALTH.
No woman of deHcany IK willing to disclose the pern
flnr ailment# Incident to her aex, even toamimt Intimate
family physician.
This modesty and delicacy 1# implanted by nature,
and neither should nor need be subjected to the rutin
shocks inevitable In making known to the other stt
those ailments lolongtng exclusively to the female.
Except In oxtreme cases, her sennit ivencss will sacri
fice her health rnther than her delicacy.
The consequences are serious, lamentable, and life-
Iritis what at first could have been easily remedied,
or perhaps letter still, not Incurred, becomes a compli
cation of disease*, not only ruining the health of the
mother, and embittering her days by sickness and suf
fering, but entailing broken constitutions upon her
children, and embarrassing, if not distressing, the busi
ness and pecuniary prospects of tho husband. lat every
sensible woman
TAKE WARNING IN TIME,
(nn thousands have done) by tho bitter experience and
sufferings of others of the dreadful eonsetiuem es she
entails ui>on herself and those endeared to ner, by her
Ignorance of the simplest and plainest rules or health as
connected with the marriage state, tho violation of
nvhleh entails disease, suffering, and misery.
How many ar sullering from obstruction# or Irregu
laritles peculiar to tho female system, which undermine
the health, the effects of which they arc ignorant, r.nd
for which their delicacy forblda HooUlPtr medical ad
vice 1 How many suffer from prolniuma uteri (falling ol
the womb), or from flour aibtis (weakness, debility, a.c.)!
How many are In constant agony for many month* pre
ceding confinement I How many have difficult, If nut
dangerous deliveries, and slow and uncertain recoveries!
■prevented I what
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>MAN'B
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION
BY DR. A. M. MAURICE AU,
r>ort:?sor. or IHSKASPS OF VTOMEK.
One Ifundi nlth Edition (500,000) I9nw, f*p 250.
[OK FINK PAPER, EXTRA BINDING fl.uO.J
A stand ml work of established reputation, fiunnd
classed in the Catalogues of the great Trade Hales In
New York, Philadelphia, and ol her cities, and sold by
the princijMil hooksellors in the United States. It was
nrst published in 1847, slnco which Unto
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND COPIES
have been sold, of which there were upwards of
OXE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BY MAI!,
rttcsting the high estimation In wl.lch It la held as THE
OAXY RELIABLE , popular medical
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE,
the author having devoted, and still devotes, his exchi
rive attention to tho treatment of complaints peculiar to
f.-u ales, in lwpect to which ho is yearly consulted by
•ids, both in perron and ly letter.
Hcr<- every woman can discover, bv comparing her
r :t • yript. nig with those described, the nature, charac
ter, < of, and tho proper remedies for her com
plaint#;
The wife about nccomlng a mother has often need of
instruction and ndvice of tho utmost Importance to her
future lie..Kit, will find such instruction and advice, and
also explain many symptoms which otherwise would
occasion anxiety or alarm, as all tho peculiarities inci
dent. to Iter situation ore described.
It is of course impracticable to convey fully the va
rious subjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly
intended for the married or those contemplating mar
riage. Tho revelations contamed In Its pages h;:ve
proved a blessing to thousands, as the innumerable let
tors received by tho author (which he is permitted by
the writers to publish) will attest.
Extract qf a letter from a gentleman in Dayton, Ohio.
DATTO.N, May 1,1847.
Dr. A. M. Mauriceau:
" My wife has been percept inly sinking for some three
years or more, In consequence of her great anguish and
suffering some months itefore and during confinement
every successive one more and more debilitated ana
prostrated her, nutting her life in imminent danger, and
which was on trie last ocean ai in*,ml red of. I suptmscd
that tills state of things was inevitable, and resigned
myself to meet the worst. At this time (now nl>oul two
months), I heard your took highly spoken of, as con
taining some matters rebelling toy case. On t h receipt
and perusal, I cannot express to you the relief It afforded
my distressed mind, nna the joy lis pages imparted to
ray wife, on learning thnt the great discovery of M. M.
Dceomcaux provided a remedy. It opened a prosjx'ct
to ine which I little conceived "was possible. No pecu
niary consideration can ever repay the obligations I am
under to you, for having boon the means of imparling to
us the matters contained in "The Married woman's
Private Medical Companion." But for this, ere another
year would have passed over my head, in nil human
probability my wile would have been in her grave and
my children left motherless."
In consequence of tho universal popularity of tho
work, os evidenced by its extraordinary sale, various Im
positions hive been attempted, as well on booksellers as
•<n the public, by imitations of title pace, spurious <sli
tlona, and surreptitious infringements of copyright, and
other devices and deceptions, it has i>een found necessary
thereforo
TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless tho words "Dr. A. M. MAC*I
OIAU, 120 Liberty Ptreet, N. Y.," is on (ami the entry in
the Clerk's Office on the beck of) the tlile page; and
buy only of respectable and honorable dealers, or send b)
mail, and address t J Dr. A. M. Mauriceuu.
8W Upon receipt of One Dollar "THE MARRIED
WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION" is
tent (matted free.) to any part of the United States, the
Canada*, and British Provinces. All Lcttrrn must be
Sea* a, and addressed to Dr. A. M. MAURICEAU,
1224, Ncw-Yoik City. Office, No. 129
•ty Street. New-York-
Agents in Pennsylvania.
T. B. Peterson, J. M. Moss & Bro , and T.
Cowpeilbail, Philadelphia — Mrs. Cynthia
Williams, Honerdale — Wentz & Stark, Car
bondale—E. Flint, Williamsport —S. Turk,
Wilkesbarrc— S. Leader, Hanover —B. Hall,
Pitleton— J. S. Niokson and A. K. McClure,
Charobersburg —K. Benner, Sumneyiown —
Joseph Swartz, Bloomsburg— G. W. F.arle,
Waynesboro —J.H. Cornelius, New Berlin—
G. D. Main, Mainsborg— Potter & McMann,
Bellfonte —H. A. Lance, Reading.
July 26,1855.— 6m.
Trusses! Trusses'- Trusses!
C. H. NEEELES,
TRUSS AND BRACE ESTABLISHMENT,
S. W. COB. OF 12nt AND RACE STREETS,
PHILADELPHIA,
IMPORTER of fine French Truss
es, combining extreme lightness,
ease and durability with correct construction.
Hernial or ruptured patients can be suited
by remitting amounts, as below : — Sending
number ol ir.clies round the hips, and staf
ing side affected.
Cost of Single Truss, $2, $3, $4, ss.
Double, $5,#6, SB, and 10.
Instructions AS to wear, and how to effect
a cure, when possible, sent with the Trove.
Also lor sale, it) great variety, Dr. Ran
RING'S Improved Patent Body Bruce, for the
cure of Prolapsus Uteri ; Spinal Props and
Supports, Patent Shoulder Braces, Chest ex
pandets and Erector Braces, adapted to all
with rtoop shoulders and weak lungs; English
Elastic Abdominal Bells, SuepeDtories, Syr
inges—Tß.ale and female.
Ladies' rooms, with lady attendants.
August 2. 1855.
AND
LIVERY STABLE
£S*O □PAPCBAAAASESEI
NOW tune anew omnibus between Blooms
burg and tbe Railroad Depot, which
will take passengers from end to any ol the
residences of the town, or the American
House and Forks Hotel ; and he will
also furnish conveyances to all travellers who
may wish to go into any part of the county.
The omnibus will leave Bloomsburg twice
daily at 10i o'clock A. M., and at 31 o'clock
P. M.
He has also a large livery stable connected
with the omnibus lute, from which he can
accommodate the public, with conveyances
for travelling, pleasure excursions or busi
ness.
Bloomsburg, April 24, 1855 — ly.
Registration Certificate#
tL FoyJie use of clergymen, justices, pnysi
iansjfitother persons in registering marria
gas aflWeaths as required by the now Ac
Assembly, can be had at the office of the
Star of the North."
THIBET BHAWIJS with silk fringe, a
fine lot just received and for safe by
■ A C. MENBCH.
1%/|USLINS a yard wide for 8 cents, and
.* B°od prints for 6} cents just received i
by A. G. MENSCH. 1
Grand Gift Enterprise
AND CONCERTS.
60,000 GIFTS VALUED AT #60,000.
Ticket# $1 each.
E. ITNJINGST
Announces that lie has projected a series of
GIFT CONCERTS, to the pations of which
lie will distribute by lot 60,000 valuable gifts
or premiums.
The concerts will be given at such towns
where a sufficient number of the patrons of
the enterprise reside. The times and places
will be announced in subsequent bills. Each
ticket will entitle the Holder to two admis
sions to the concerts, and one ol the follow
ing prizes or premiums :
One three story Brick Hotel in Bloomahurg,
opposite the Court-house, now occupied by
Ex-Sheriff Billmyer, valued at #IO,OOO
One large two-story brick dwelling-house,lot
and out-build'ngs, on Main Street of
Bloomsburg 5,000
One two story brick dwelling house and lot
on Main Street of Bloomsburg 4,800
One two story brick dwelling house and lot
on Main street of Bloomsburg 3,000
One two 6lory frame dwelling house and lot
on Main street of Bloomsburg 2,000
One two story frame dwelling house and lot
on Main street of Bloomsburg 1,900
Two two 6toty brick dwelling houses on
Centre street of Bloomsburg, each 1 600
One two story frame dwelling house and lot
on Main street of Bloomsburg J,6"0
One two 6tory frame dwelling house and
lot on Main street of Bloomsburg 1.000
Eight corner lots on Centre street of Blooms
burg. each #450 8,600
Six middle lots on Centre street of Blooms- 1
burg, eacb S4OO 2,409
Two buggies, each S2OO 400
Two buggies, each SIBO 360
Two buggies, each $l7O 340
Ten Gold patent lever watches, SIOO 1,000
Twenty Gold detached lever watches,
each #6O 1,200
Twenty Gold cylinder escapement
watches, each #SO 1,000
15 Gold lepin? watches, each #SO 750
50 Silver lever watches, each $25 1,250
50 double barrel shot guns, each S2O 1,000
10 " " " sl6 160
10 Bides, each sl4 140
10 Allen's revolvess, each sl2 120
10 Colt's revolvers, each S2O 200
20 paits pistols each #2 40
1000 Gold pencils, each $3 3,000
1000 Silver pencils and pen holders,
each $2 2,000
2000 Gold pens, each $1 2 000
30000 Engravings each 25c 7,500
25745 Pieces of Music 3 099
The money received for the sale of the
tickets will be paid over to John K. Grotz,
to be deposited by him in the Bank of Dan
ville, to the credit of the projector, for the
security of the ticket holders.
\\ hen the tickets are all sold notice will
be given in the public prints for the ticket
holders to meet at some designated lime and
place to choose a Committee who shall dis
tribute the gifts as the shareholders shall de
termine.
REFERENCES as to the above property:
William Snyder, Robort F. Clark Esq , R.
B. Menagb, R. W. Weaver Esq., or Rob
ert B. Arthur, Bloomsburg, Columbia coun
ty, Pa-
All orders for tickets must be addressed,
post-paid, money enclosed, to E. Unangst,
Bloomsburg, Columbia county Pa., anil the
tickets will be promptly forwarded to any
address.
Mr C. F. Knapp will act as general cor
responding agent at Bloomsburg for the pro
prietor.
The distribution will take place on the 251b
day of Drg-en her, 1855, or sooner if the tick
ets are all scld. The ticket holders in each
county shall select one person on the 21st day
of October to distribute the gills as the ticket
noldcrs shall direct. The committee will select
such place as will be most convenient.
E. UNANGST.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 22, 1854.—6 m.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
rfIHE subscriber respectfully invites the at
■E lenlion of dcalejs and others, to his large
and well selected stock of heather and Find,
ings, which is kept constantly fresh by repeated
drafts upon th irsnufacturers of this country
and of Kurc; and which is made up in part
of the following articles, viz :—l'ho best Oak
and Red Sole ; Slaughter, Skirting end Damng.
Ed do.; Harness, Bridl", Band and Welt heath
er; Thong and hacing do. • Wax Upper. Boot
Grain, Bnirand Split do.; City Slaug. K.ps
Salted and Collar do.; City, Country, French
and Patent Calf Skins : Boot heg Moroccos,
Buck Skins, Pod skins,Chamois,and Moroccos;
| Bindings and hinings of almost every descrip
tion ; Shoe Thread, Patent 'i'hreod, Silk, Boot
I Cord, hoco, and Silk and Union Galloons:
Black and Colored English hasting. Worsted
Uppsrs,and Crimped Fronts and footinge; Awls
Tacks, Needles, Eyvlet and Crimping Machines
and Eyelets; Steel, Iron, Copper and Zinc Nails,
Files, Hasps, Knives; Rubbers, Pegs, Bristles;
and Hoot Web; Hammers, Boot and Shoe'l'reeß,
hasts, Crimps, Clamps, Handles. Gum, Color,
Cod hiver and Tanners Oil; Shoe Tools and
Currier's Tools ot all kinds, ready for use, be
sides many other articles not enumerated above,
oil of which will be selc at the lowest market
rates, by JOHN WHITE,
Importer and Dealer, 497 Market Street,
Above 13tb, Philadelphia.
GREENWOOD SEMINARY
MILLVILLE, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
For Youth of hotli Sexes.
HM HI RGIXn, l>KlN<ll*4l,.
THIS Institution which has been in suc
cessful operation for several years has
recently been enlarged to give belter accom
modations for boarders and increased facili
ties for Tuition, &c.
Kach quarter of the School year consists
ol eleven weeks, and the next session will
commence on the 13th of August, bul pu
pils will be season.
In addition to attention of the
Principal, the wrvices of an experienced
teacher have been procured. Instruction will
be given in all (he English branches usually
taught, and aUojkLalin.
Natural and Astronomy will be
illustralpd by appropriate apparatus and ac
cess given to a Library and the use of Math
ematical instruments. Hooks and .Statione
ry will be provided for all who desire.
■ffumscßo
TUITION, 53.50, $4 and $4.50 per quarter,
graded by the course of study.
! Boarding, Tuition, Washing. Lights, &c.,
$24 per quarter, one-halt payable quurteily
in advance.
C#"For further particulars address the prin
cipal.
Millville, July 6, 1855.
BLANKS! BLANKS!! BLANKS M~
DEEDS. SUMMONS,
EXECUTIONS, SUBPCENAS,
AND JUDGMENT NOTES,
paper and desirable forms, fo sale at the
olfice of the "Star of the North-"
NOTICE
IS hereby given that Juhn Waltz, sen., and
his wife, Betsey, have parted this day the
1 5th ol November, 1855, with mutual con
scut. He therefore cautious all persons not
to trust her on bis account, as he will not
pay any debts of her contracting after this
date. JOHN WALTZ, sea.
Main twp., Nor. lfi, 1855.
Philad'a. and Rending R> R*
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.—IBSS
The Great Northern and Western U. S.
Mail Routea.
Speed increased and fare reduced.
Little Schuylkill, Catlawissa, Sunbury and
Erie, Williamsport and Elmira Railroad.
Through to Buffalo, in 16 hours.
" Niagara Falls, ' 16 "
" Detroit, ' 24 "
" Chicago, ' 34 "
" St. Louis, ' 43 "
ty Ticket Office—N. W. corner Sixth and
Chestnut streets, and Philadelphia and Read
ing R. R. Depot, corner of Broad and Ninth
streets.
On anil after Monday, May 7th, Three Pas
senger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and
Reading Railroad Depot, corner of Broad and
Vine streets, daily, (Sunday's excepted,) as
follows:
J)AYEXPRESS—R A. M.
Stopping at Phmnixville and Reading only.
Connecting with the Calla-vissa, Williams
port, mil Erie, and Williamsport and Elmira
Railroad; urriving at Elmira at 4 o'clock P.
M., connecting with New York and Erie
and Buffalo; and from thence, via. Steamers
on Lake Erie, or on Lake Shore Railroad, to
Cleveland, Toledo, Monroe, Sandusky and
Detroit. Also, with Elmira, Canandaigna
with New York Central Railroad, East and
West, and at Suspension Bridge with the
Greet Western and Michigan Central Railroad
for Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, and all points
in Canada and Western Slates.
Only rme change of Baggage between Phil
adelphia and Canada or the Lakes.
DAY EXPRESS—Breakfast at Port Clin
ton and Dinner at Williamsport.
NIGHT EXPRESS—Tea at Port Clinton.
Passengers purchasing Tickets by this Line
have the privilege of stopping at any of the i
above points, and resuming their seats at
pleasure.
Fare from Philadelphia to
Tamaqua, - - $2 95
Catlawissa, - 4 35
Rupert, ... 4 40
Danville, 4 60
Milton, • • 5 15
Williamsport, - - 5 90
Klmita, - 7 00
Jefferson, - - 7 65
Starkev, - 7 95
Penn ran, • 8 00
Gorhum, • • 8 00
Geneva via. Gorham, • 8 00
" Steamer J. Arndt, • 8 00
Canandaigna, - - 8 00
Honeoye Fulls, ... 8 50
Caledonia, 8 8 f
lu- Roy, ... 8
Raiavia, - - 9 00
Rochester, .... 8 60
Buffalo, via. N. Y. end E., and Buffalo
and N. Y. City, ... 10
Buffalo, via. Tonawanda, - 10
! Niagara Falls, via. Elmira, Canandai
gua St Niagara Falls R. R. - 10
" " via. Buffalo, 10 00
Suspension Bridge, - - 10 00
Cleveland, - - 11 70
Toledo, - - ' 14 75
Cincinnati, - • J6 00
, Detroit, via. Rail, - • - - 16 00
" Buff. & Lake, - 16 00
Chicago, via. Great Western & Mich
igan Central R. R. - 20 00
Chicago, via. Buffalo and Lake Shore
Mich. Southern R. R., - • 20 00
Chicago, via. Buff, Lake and Mich.
Central R. R. - 20 00
Rock Island, ... 25 00
E. T. HUBBF.LL,
Ticket and Freight Agent,
N. W. cornel Sixth and Chestnut sts.
G. A. NICOLLS, Superintendent Philadelphia
and Reading Railroad.
T. KCKISSOCK, Superintendent Catlawissa,
Williamsport and Erie Railroad.
HENRY COFFIN, Superintendent Williams
pou and Elmiia Railroad.
July 19, 1855.—if.
ssa w w&mimm a
IX ISLOOUSi R.
EPHRAIM ARMSTRONG
TR AS taken charge cl a new marble works
at the corner of Main and Market St.,
Bloomsburg. where the public can be served
with
Every kind oOEarblc Work,
executed in the best style of the Art, and at
the lowest living prices.
Thankful for past favors, Mr. Armstrong
| will execute all ordets that may be left with
him for
I Tomb-slones, Tombs, Monuments,
Door and Window Sills, steps of marble or
! sandstone, Mantles, or any thing else in the
J department of marble masonry. The stock
on hand and engaged consists of the best
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE;
and LETTERING will be done in English or
German. E. ARMSTRONG.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 1, 1855.
Dr. FRANCIS C. HARRISON,
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
of Bloomsburg and vicinity, that he
has commenced the practice of Medicine and
Surgery tlierejand rolicits ashare ol public pa
tronage. He can always be lound at the Ex
change Hotel opposite the Court House.
Bloomsburg, March, Ist, '55.
~~ LEATHER-
Frit*, Hendry & Co.,
No. 29 NORTH 3d ST., PHILADELPHIA,
MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS,
CURRIERS & IMPORTERS OF FRENCH
CALF-SKINS, and deal srs in Red and
Oik scvi I.WTFX* is X;.'i
Feb 6, 1855. I—y.
HEWARKITAL
OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
11 1 Kit ill W- THORNTON
HAS JUST recehed and opened a new
and splendid assortment of
For Fall and Winter, at his stole on Main
street below Market, to which lie invites
the attention ot the public. His assortment
will compare in price and quality with any
to be found on Ibis side of Philadelphia,
and includes
QUE EN SWARE, HARDWARE,
GLASSWARE, HkTS, CAPS,
ROOTS AND SHOES.
He has ay hand every desirable and fash
ionable style of Cloths, plain and fancy cas
si me re's
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
MERINOS,COBURG CLOTHS,
CASHMERES, SHAWLS, SILKS,
DELAINS, GINGHAMS PRINTS,
and every article of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
SHEETINGS TICKINGS,
CHECKS, ETC.
His stock is selling fast, and will be re
plenished every few weeks, for his motto
is ''small profits and quick sales."
Call and see our goods. We charge noth
ing for showing them, and will always take
country produce in pay at the market prices.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 16, 1855.
DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss, Bog
Jaconett Mull, Cambric, Swiss Muslin
Bishop Lawns, sale Bawl Muslin just receivj
ed at the Store of
A. C. MENSCH
Business Directory.
flloomcbnrg. fla-
HIRAM W. THORNTON.
MERCHANT.— Store on theSoulh side of
Main Street, second square below Mar
ket. _
HAT ID LOWENBERG.
CLOTHING STORE, on Main street, two
doors above the 'American House."
SIMON I>REIFCSS7& f<L
CLOTHING STORE in the 'Exchange
Block,' opposite the Court house.
A. J. EVANS.
MERCHANT. —Store on the upper part
of Main street, nearly opposite the
Episcopal Church.
~ S. c. SillVK,
MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE
AND CABINET WARE.—Were.-oom
in Shive's Block, on Main Street.
A. M. RUPERT,
TINNER AND STOVE DEALER—
Shop on South side of Main street, be
low Market.
JOSEPH BWARTZ.
BOOKSELLER. Store in the Exehcnge
Block, first door above the Exchange
Hotel.
R. W- WEAVER"
ATTORNEY AT LAW— office on the
first floor of tho "Star" Building, on
Main street.
SHaFpLESS & MELICK,
FOUNDERS AND MACHINESTS. BUILD
ingson the alley between the "Exchange
and "Amir-can House."
barnard~rupertT
r lIAILOR.—Shcp cn the South Side of Main
-L Street, first square below Market.
A. C. MENBCII,
MERCHANT. —Store North West corner
of Main and Market S'reets.
HIRAMtT HOW ER,
wjURGEON DENTIST—Office near the
Academy on Third Street.
MKKLV f, NEAL & CO.,
|*fl KRCHANTS.—Northeast corner of Main
and Market streets.
SIIARPLESS A MELICK,
MANUFACTURES AND DEALERS IN
STOVES, TINWARE &c—Establish
ment on Main street, n9Xt Duilding above
he Court-house.
II EN R ¥ ZU P P fUER,
CLOCK and WATCHMAKER, south side
of Main street, above the Railroad.
Every kind of disorder in jewelled or oth
er newly invented Escapements faithfull re
paired.
_ PUR DON ' 8 D 1 GKSI\
AMY Justice of tho Peace wishing to pur
"chase a copy of I'urdon's Digest,can be
accommodated by applying at he this
offV e "
SXOEAira-1 HOTEL"
ANDR.R. OMNIBUS LINE.
I risHE undersigned respectfully informs his
-A Iriends and the public that he lias taken
| THE EXCHANGE HOTEL,
IN BLOOMSBURG,
located on Main Street, directly opposite the
Court House, which has been thoroughly re
paired and improved, where he is prepared
to accommodate his customers with good
fare and to general satisfaction.
He has also in connection with the EX
CHANGE HOTEL, an ecellent
LLaa.co.c£> a
running regularly several limes per day, to
and from the Depot on the arrival of the
Cars, by which passengers will be pleasant
ly conveyed to the Depot Station, or taken
Irorn and returned to their residences, it de
sired.
Ho will always be happy to entertain
and accommodate his friends to the ut
most of his abilities.
JOHN SNYDER.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 20, 1855.
SAVING FEND OF THE
11. 8. Insurance, Annuity & Trust Co.
S. E. cor. of Third & Chestnut Sts., PIIIL'A.
CAPITAL 250,000.
MONEY is received on deposit daily.—
The amount deposited is entered in a
Deposit Book and given to the Depositor, or
if prelerred, a certificate will be given.
All sums, large and small, are received,
and the amount paid back on demand, with
out notice.
j Interest is paid at the rate of five per cent.,
i commencing from the day of deposit, and
! ceasing fourteen days previous to the with
drawal of the money.
On the first day of January, in each year,
the interest of each deposit is paid to the
depositor, or added to the principal, as he
may prefer.
The Company have now upwards of 3,-
500 depositors in the City of Philadelphia
alone.
Any additional information will be given
by addressing the Treasurer.
DIRECTORS:
S. R. Crawford, l'res't. Wm. D. Godwin,
L. Johnson Vice Pres't. Paul B. Goddard,
A. VV. Thompson, George McHenry,
Benj. W. Tingley, James Deverenx,
Jacob L. Florance, Gustavua English.
PLINY FISK, Secretary (f Treasurer.
J. C. OEHLSCHLAGER, Teller If Interpreter.
September 6 1855.—1y.
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE
•i or
FALL & WINTER GOOD •.
AC. MENSCH has just received & new
• arid complete assoriment of seasona
ble goods which he offers for sale at the old
stand upon the best of bargains. From his
FULL NEW STOCK
he can supply every reasonable want of his
customers and the public. He has received
a variety ol new style dress goods, and every
thing to'make up a complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Cedar-ware, Hoi
loware, Drugs, Fish, Salt, Coal, Plaster, Iron,
Nails, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. ; &c.
In shurt, every thing usually kept in coun
try Stores, to which he invites the public
generally:
BP" Cash, Lumber, Old Iron, and Coun
try Produce taken in exchange for Goods, at
the highest market price.
A. C. MENSCH.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 4, 1855.
TO BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS".
THE undersigned is prepared to undertake
and finish in the best workmanlike style
all work in the department of
BRXOZLATHTG.
He will personally superintend the work,
and find a sufficient number of good hands
(or whom be will be responsible to do all
work he undertakea at the shortest notice.
Work wilt be done to order either by contraol
or by lime. GORDON R. GOFF.
Bloomsburg, May 30, 1855.
THE POCKET iESCULAPIITBs
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.
®rpHE FIFTIETH
-L Edition, with One
hundred Engravings,
showing Diseases and Mal
formations of the human
Hystem in every shape and
form. To which is added
a Treatise on the Diseases
of Females, being of the
highe-t importance to mar
ried people, or those con
templating marilagc. 3y
WILLI Ail YOUNG, M. D.
Let r.o father be ashamed thr present a copy
of the Aesculapius to his child. It may scve
him from an early grave. Let no young man or
woman enter into the secret obligations oI mnr
ried life without reading tho Pocke Aesculapius
Let no one suffer from a hacknicd Cough Pain
in the Side, restlesß nights, nervous feclingß,
and the whole train of Despeptic sensations
and given up by their physicians, be another
moment without consulting the AESCULA
PIUS. Have the married, or those about to be
inorried any impediment, read this truly useful
book, as it has been the means of saving thou
sands of unfortunate creatures from the very
jaws of death:
Any person sending twenty five cents, en
closed in a letter, will receive ono copy of this
bock, by mail,or five copies willbc cent for one
dollar. Address, Dr. W. Young, No. /52 Spruce
street, Philadelphia.' Postpaid.
No 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia.
Sep. Ist, 1854-ly.
F. H. SMITH,
POUT MONNAIE, POCKET BOOK,
AND
Dressing Case Manufacturer
N. TV, cor. of 4 th and Chestnut Sts.,
PHILADELPHIA,
A LWAYS on hand a large ar.d varied as
aortmen. of
Port Mnnnaies, Work Boxes,
Pocr.et Books, Cabas,
Bankers Cases, Traveling Bags,
Note Holders, Backgammon Boards,
Port Folios, Chess Men, [Books
Portable Desks, Pocket Memorandum
Dressing Cases, Cigar Cases, &c.
Also, a general ussortment of English,
French and German fancy goods. Fine
Pocket Cutlery,
Razors, Razor Strops and Gold Pens. Whole
sale, Second and Third Floors.
F. H. SMITH,
N. W. cor. Fourth & Chestnut Sts., Phila.
N. B.—On the receipt of 81, a Superior
Gold Pen will bo sent to any part of the U.
Slates, by mail; describing pen, thus, medi
um, hard, or soil.
Philadelphia, April 5, 1855. 1-y.
STOVES! STOVES! STOVEST
SIIARPLESS Sr MELICK
HAVE opened a new Stove 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 Ware, Broom Wire
4"C., at extremely low
Prices. Among their
variety of
COOK STOVES,
may be found ths Home Air Tight, William
Penn, Globe, Coal Mountain, Miners' Choice
Van Leer's Kitchen Comfort, Double Oven,
thecelebraled Rauh Cooking Stove for coal
or wood, and others, too numerous to men-1
tion. Also Parlor Grates, Office and
Parlor Moves,
in great variety. Tin Roofing, Gutters, Lead
ers, and all kinds of work made to order, at
the shortest notice.
Repairing of all kinds attended to.
Bloomsburg, April 271h 1854.—tf.
NOTIcEJ
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed citizens of Bloomsburg Columbia
county Pennsylvania, will apply to the next
Legislature for a Charier for a Bank to be
loealed at Bloomsburg, to be called the
" BLOOMSBURG BANK" wilh bankingpriv
iliges of issue, discount and deposit, with a
capital of two hundred thousand dollars.
Daniel Snyder; Wm. Robison,
L. B. Rupert, J. Ramsey,
Wm. Snyder, R. B. Arlhur,
E. Mendenhali, Ephraim P. Lutz,
A. J. Sloan, Joseph Sharplesc,
Lloyd Paxlon, Win. Sloan,
Geo. Weaver, S. Mendenhali,
Bloomsburg, June 20, 1855.—6 m.
Original Novel by N. P. Willis.
I THE HOME JOURNAL FOR 1850.
NEW AND BRILLIANT SERIES.
On itie filth of January next, the first num
ber of the NEW SERIES FOR 1856, of
this well-known FAMILY NEWSPAPER wili be
issued, with new type and new attractions ;
the principal one is of the kind which has
been proved, by bath American and Euro
pean periodicals, to be the most acceptable
and popular, viz:—A Novel in Serial Num
bers. The title is
" PAUL FANE 5
OR, PARTS OF A LIFE ELSE UNTOLD.
A NOV Els,''
BY N. P. WILLIS.
In addition to this new feature, a series of
original sketches, songs and ballads by G.
P. Morris, and an original novelette, in verse,
founded upon fact, called " The Story of a
Star," by j. M. Field, are among the induce
ments lor new subscribers to commence with
the first number of the year.
Besides the contributions and labor of the
Editors, the Home Journal will contain the
Foreign and Domestic Correspondence of a
large list of contributors—the spice of the
European Magazines—the selections of the
most interesting publications of the day—the
brief novels —the piquant stories—the spark
ling wit and amusing anecdote—the news
and gossip of the Parisian papers—the per
sonal sketches of public characters—the stir
ring scenes of the world we live in—the
chronicle of the news for ladies-the fashions
tlie fac<s and outlines of news—the pick of
English information—the wit, humor and pa
thos of the times—the essays on lite, litera
ture, society and morals, and the usual vari
ety of careful choosings from the wilderness
of English periodical literature, criticism,
poetry, etc. We need not remind our read
ers that we hive also one or two unsurpass
ed correspondents in the fashionable society of
New-York, who will give us early news ol
every new feature arid style of elegance a
mong the leaders of the gay world.
TERMS. —For one copy, $2 ; for three cop
ies, $5 —or one copy for three years, ss—al
ways in advance.
Subscribe without delay. Address
MORRIS & WILLIS,
Editors and Proprietors,
Engravings For Newspapers
and Magazines.
THE subscriber has several thousand en
gravings of various subjects and sizes, suita
ble for illustrating newspapers and maga
zines. He offers the use of them for taking
casts or printing, to the editorial fraternity
on very moderate terms. Address,
JOHN FROST,
Maroh 29,1855. PHILADELPHIA.
THE CHEAT NATURAL REMEDY
FOR
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
J. S. HOUGHTON'S
IBfOCIItP PEPSIN, (he true Digea-
KlL.ru IIIF ''* B Fluid > or Gastric Juice,
fijjLi still holds the first place a-
ItLm wrJfn -1* mon K *" 'he various reme-
( ]j g|> f OI ihese painful and de
al ruclive complaints. Ii is Nature's own spe
cific for an unhealthy stomach. No an of
man can equal its curative powers; and no
sufferer from Indigestion & Dyspepsia should
fail to try it. Agents supplied at
No. 11, N. EIGHTH St., PHILADELPHIA.
EF*Sold by E. P. Lulz, and J. R. Moyer.
March 29. 1855.
DOLLARD,
PREMIER ARTISTE IN HAIR, 177
Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA, In
ventor of the Celebrated Gossamer Ventila
ting Wig and Ealslic Band Troupees. Instruc
tions to enable Ladies and Gentlemen to
measure their own heads with accuracy.
For Wigs. Inches.
No. 1 The round of the head.
2 From forehead over the head to neck.
3 From ear to ear over the top.
4 From ear '.o ear around the forehead.
Toupees If Scalps. Inches.
No. 1 From forehead to back as far as bald.
2 Over forehead, as far as required.
3 Over the crown of the head.
R. Dollard has always ready for sale a
splendid stock of Gentlemen's Wigs, hall
Wigs, Frizols, Btaids, Curls, etc., beautifully
manufactured, and as cheap as ar.y estab
lishment in the Union.
Dollard.s Herbauian Extract, or Lustrous
Hair Tonic, prepared from South American
herbs and roots, the most successful article
ever produced for preserving the hair from
falling out or changing color, restoring and
preserving it in a healthy and luxuriant
slate. Among other reasons why Dullard's
Hair Cutting Saloon maintains its immense
popularity, is the fact that his tonic is ap
plied to every head of hair cut at his estab
lishment; consequently, it is kept in better
preservation than under any other known ap
plication. It being thus practically tested by
thousands, offers the greatest guaranty of its
efficacy.
Sold wholesale and retail at his old estab
lishment, 177 Chestnut Street, opposite the
State House.
R. Dollard has at last discovered the ne
plus ultra of HAIR DYE; and announces it
for sale, with perfect confidence in its sur
passing every thing of the kind now in use
It colors the hair either black or brown, as
may be desired, and is used without any in
jury to the hair or skin, either by stain or
otherwise, can be washed off ten minutes
after application, without detracting from
its efficacy. Persons v ; siting the city are in
vited to give him a call. Letters addressed
to R. Dollard, 177 Chestnut Street, Philadel
phia, will receive attention.
Philadelphia, Oct. 12ih, 1854—1y.
SFS.XHG & SUMMER
GOODS CHEAP!
A. J. EVANS
ITAVING purchased the interest of Mr.
•" Appleman in the new store nearly op
posite the Episcopal Church, has received a
new assortment of Spring and Summer goods
which he offers to old customers und new
at
GREAT BARGAINS.
Among his ladies' dress goods are silks,
berages, chintzes, debaizea, lawns, ginghams
poplins &c. He has
GENTLEMEN'S' DRESS GOODS,
such as fine black and brown French cloths
black Doeskin and fancy Cassimers, satin
and fancy Vestings, black & Italian fancy-
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves; &c.
HATS AND CAPS.
A large assortment of Men's and Boys'
hats and caps, embracing every style and
quality. Also, a large and varied assortment
of Parasols and Ribbons.
DOMESTICS. — Bleached & unbleached
Muslin, Checks, Tickings, Jeans, Drills, Ta
ble-diaper, Bagging, Toweling, Table-lin
ens, &c.
HOOTS If SHOES.— A large assortment
of Men's, Women's & Children's Boots and
Shoes, Jenny Ltnd & buskin Shoes at very
low prices.
GROCERIES. —A large assortment of
Groceries, such as Sugar. Coffee, Molasses,
Rice, Teas, &c., &c.
Ready made clothing, spring fashion.
fc#" The highest price always paid for
grain or county produce of any kind.
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1855.
£Z3 II <3D C£> 3XSI S3 lb OH CP gg>
Cabinet Ware Rooms,
8. C. SHITE
RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
of the Public to his extensive assort
ment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which
he will warrant made of good materials and
in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish
ment, can always be found a good assort
ment of
Fashionable Fnrniiae,
Which is equal in style and finish to that of
Philadelphia or New York cities, and at as
low prices. He has Sofas of different style
and prices, from 825 to 860. Divans, Loun
ges, Walnut ar.d 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, cheffeniers, whatnots
and comodes and all kiDds of fashionable
work. His slock of bureaus, enclosed and
common washstands, dress-tables, corner
cupboards, solas, dining and breakfast 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
mallrasses fitted to any sized bedstead,which
are superior for durability and comfort to
any bed in use.
Bloomsburg, April 6th 1854. if.
OoH &2T HLP 5J£ i§3 tfi IXA 'iJT a
H. GI.EOWBR,
sraoflEOM OTOTKOT,
T3ESPECTFULLY often hie
OTfwnh professional services to
' l7 the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Bloomsburg and vicinity. He is prepared to
attend to all the various operations io Den
listry, and is provided witn the latest im
proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will
be inserted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on hand. All operations on the teeth
warranted.
iy Office near the Academy.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 20, 1851.
" FRESH ARRXTAL . r
Muslin Detain, Brage Detain, Cham
brage, Calico, Muslin, Ladies' Black &
Fanny Gaters, Boots and Shoes, Iron, Steel,
Nails, Fish, Coflee, Sugar, Tpa, &c., &c.
A. C. MENSCH.
August 21, '55.
Fancy Paper,
Ecvelopes, Pens, Ink, Writing aand. Sic
an be fonnd at the cheap Book store of
JOSEPH SWARTZ,
ESSENCE OF COFFEE. For sale at the
cheap store of A. J. EVANS.
w & qs aa jta
TO THE FASHONABLE AND
CE>thi_S_££BlXi6B3-
fJIHE undersigned, having just received the
■- latest Paris and New York Fashions,
would again beg leave to inform his numer
ous friends and all the world about Blooms
burg, that he ia 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 he will alao do them up in the best
order, upon the lowest terms.
His shop is at the old stand, (too well
known 10 need further notice) where ha may
at all times be found, seated upon the bench
of repentance, steadily drawing out the thread
of affliction, hopeing it may in the end prove
advantageous to him and his customers. He
would also advise his 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
handy from those who are back standing on
hte book.
Remember, gentlemen, that in all cases
"the laborer is worthy of his hire."
BERNARD RUPERT.
Bloomsburg, April 14tb, 1853.
MOSS 6c BROTHER,
No. 12 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS &
BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
KEEP a complete assortment of SCHOOL,
MISCELLANEOUS and MEDICAL
BOOKS, Blank and Memorandum Books,
Writing, Letter and wrapping papers, fine
Rocket Cutlery, &c., to which they invite the
attention of country merchants and others.
The prices and quality will compare favora
bly with any other House. Having an ex
tensive bindery under their immediate su
perintendence, they are prepared to furnish
either ready-made, or ruled to particular pat
tern, Blank account Books of every size ar.d
description, suited for
Banks, Insurance Companies
and County Court Records, the quality of
which is warranted both as regards paper
and binding. They employ none but the
ben workmen and use first class materials.
W Orders from a distance will receive
particular attention.
Masonic and Odd Fellows' Regalia and
Publications for individuals, members and
Lodges, the most extensive assortment to be
found in the United Slates.
Philadelphia, March 29, 1855 -6m.
CERE YOU It COUGH,
BY THE USE OF
Rillcr'n Syrup of Tar,
WILD CHERRY, and WOOD NAPHTHA,
ASLIGH r COLD, accidentally acquired,
through neglect or improper treatment,
may result in that worst of all diseases, con
sumption, therefore be advised l m time, and
procure at once a bottle of this valuable pre
paration. It is pleasant to the taste, and has
no narcotic in its composition, and can be
taken with perfect safely.
The wide spread reputation which this
preparation has oDlained as a eough medi
cine, is a sure guarantee of its usefulness in
all diseases of the throat and lungs, and all
who use it will be certain to obtain relief.
For sale by all tbe storekeepers in this, and
adjoining counties, and wholesale by the
proprietor. I. L RITTBR,
No 7 South Front st., Philadelphia.
Jan. 28, 1855.
Arthur's Patent Self-Sealing Cans.
For Preserving Fresh Fruit, Tomatoes •
<SfC., by Hermeticcl Sealing.
THI-.SC cone, which are scaled by the house
keepers without the aid of a tinner, and
open easily with Mil injury to the can, are
rapidly coining in;o general use. Full direction*
for putting up fruit accompanying the can*,
and the work is so easily performed, that by
their use, every family may have fresh fruit
end tomatoes on their tables all winter, at
summer prices.
PRICES.—Pint Cane $2.00; quart $2.50;
Half-gallon $3.50; three quarts $4.25; gallons
$5 00 per dozen. The difTcrent sixes nest, in
order to secure economy in transportation.—
Country Storekeepers will find this new article
one of ready sale. Manufactured and sola by
ARTHUR, BURNHAM & CO.
No. 60 South Tenlh St., Philadelphia.
July 26, 1855.—3 m,
3OT WAffl ATO STOVE
Establishment.
THF, UNDERSIGNED, respectfully in
form? his old friends and cdsto>ners,that
he has purchased bis brothel's interest in the
shove establishment, and the conoern will heres
after he conducted by himself exclusively. Ha
has just received and offers for sale the
r~?l largest and most oxtensive assortment
•K5 ment uf FANCY BTOV E8 ever intro
duced into this market.
Stovepipe and Tinware couatantlyon hand
and manufactured to order. All kinds of re
pairing done, as usual, on short notice.
The patronage of old friends and new cus
tomers is respectfully solicited.
A. M. RUPERT.
Uloomsburg Jan. 12, 1853. 51-tf
Genuine Honey Soap.
m. ■' • X HEPUR,T1 d' FR ti
•sHyj/i* emollient properties of
this Soap, refers ilea
For chaggijttiands.and
various diseases of the skin, it-Bllnequalled.
Each cake is stamped WM. CONWAY, 168
Soulh Seoond Street, Philadelphia. No oth
er is Genuine.
Improved Chemical Olive Soap,
Warranted to wask in bard, soft, or salt Water
This soap has powerful cleansing proper
ties, which readily remove Oil, Paint, Dirt,
&c., from every description of goods without
injury to them. For all domeslio purposes it
is superior to any other Soap in use, and 20
per cent, cheaper than the common Kosin
Soap. Each bar is stamped
WIF.LIAM CONWAY,
168 South Second Street, Philadelphia,
Manufacturer of Fancy and Staple Soaps,
Sperm, Stearine and Tallow Candles, Impor
ter & dealer in Sal Soda, Soda Ash,Rosin,&c.
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
August 23, 1855.—3 m.
THOMAS BUTLER^
No. 7 South Seventh Street,
PHILADELPHIA ;
Manufacturer of strong Tinware, Copper,
Titi and Zinc Battling Tubs, Bathing
Pans, and every kind of battling apparatua.
Also deed and paper boxes.
Prompt attention given to ordered work,
and goods carefully lorwpjtsed on orders.
Philadelphia, Augnat 17th, 1854.
NOTICE.
WHEREAS letters of Administration were
this day granted to the under
signed, by the Register of Wills of Columbia
county, upon the estate of Edwin Holmes,
late of Fishingcreek township, deceased; til
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make payment, and those having olaima
against :he same to present them without de
lay. MARY HOLMES,
Administratrix.
Fishingcreek, Nov. 26, 1755—8w.
Justices of the Peace
AND CONSTABLES oan find all kind of
oL hanks desirable for their use,tn proper
form the office of the Stas or thi Nesrv-

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