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X>B-J. B. MAJtCEISX'S
CELEBRATED CATHOLICON . For Ike Relief and Cure of Suffering Females. f|T stands pre-eminent -®- for curative powers in all the diseases for which it is recommended usu- Female Complaints. Of these are Prolapsus Woro'b; Flour Albus, or Whites; Chronic Inflam mation and Ulceration of the Womb; Incidental Hemorrhage.or Flood ing; Painful Suppressed, and Irregular Men struation, &c., with all their accompanying evils, (Cancer excepted.) no matter how se vere or bow long standing. This medicine has nevor been introduced by empty puffs and misrepresentations, nor is it intended that its present popularity shall be sustained by any medium but its merits and the approbation of the public. REFERENCES. I feel it a duty incumbent upon myself to declare publicly the great blessing Dr. Mar chisi's Uterine Catholicon baa proved to me. For two years my health was miserable; 1 was almost unable to walk. Physicians pro nounced my case falling of the womb, exten sive ulcerations, commencing with flour al bus. The pains, irritation, prostration, &c., rendered life a burden. In this miserable condition, Dr. F. P. Newland recommended Dr. Marchisi's Uterine Catholicon. After ta king four bottles 1 found myself in perfect health. Gratitude for my restoration makes me ardently desire that all my sex, a like unfortunate, may find sure relief tiom this in estimable medicine. ELIZABETH A. NEWLAND, No. 19 West st., Uticn, N. Y. The above statement I know to be true, F. P. NEWLAND, M. D., Ulica, New York. I would be "glad to have a further supply, as the medicine is becoming very popular, and 1 think will continue, as it has given re lief in every instance where properly taken. THOMAS NEWMAN, M. D., Mt. Vernon, Ind. Prevail nit medical men to adopt it in their practice ; and I have no fears of the result, from what knowledge I have obtained per sonally of its curative powers. I wish the medicine kept here. T. C. HAWKINS, M. D., Waynesburg, Pa. I must say, from my own experience and personal observations in my practice, it has proved to be the best and safest remedy lor the difficulties for which it is recommended, viz : those of female weakness, suclaas Pro lapsus Uteri, Flour Albus, and all irregular and painful menstruation, and diseases of ir ritation of the female organs. D. Y. FOOTE, M. D., Syraouse, N. Y. The claims of this medicine to the confi dence of the public are strengthened by the fact of its having received the approbation and patronage of many prominent members of the Medical Faculty in the United States, some of whom have voluntarily given letters of commendation, i see pamphlet,) sustaining all that is claimed for it as a curative agent. Pamphlets containing much useful infor mation touching the nature and symptoms of the above diseases, together with testimoni als from ladies of the highest respectability, as certified by the most satisfactory authori ty, to all which the attention of ladies and , practitioners is respectfully invited, can be had gratis at the store of J. R. MOYER, Agent, Druggist, Bloomsburg, Pa. Also solyl by most of the leading Druggists in the country. 1. B. MAKCHIS! & CO.. Proprietors. Central Depot, 304 Broadway, N. Y. Jan 31, 1856. £u & 2&_^a-4a TO THE FASHONABLE AND W - yygrT*.ss9- fWIHE undersigned, havingjnst received the A- latest Paris and New York Fashions, would again beg leave to inform his numer ous friends and all the world about Bloom?- burg, that he is now belter prepared than ev er to accommodate any one w (h 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 the lowest terms. * His shop is at the old stand, (too well known 10 need fuither notice) where he may at all times be found, sealed upon the bench of repentance, steadily drawing QUI fh e 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 tbat 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 "thelaborer is worthy of his hire." BERNARD RUPERT. Bloomsburg, April 14th, 1853. CAUTION! ASTROLOGY f! LOOK O IJT ! GOOD NEWS FOR ALL! I THE never failing MRS. VANHORN is the veiv best; she is sure to succeed when all others have failed. All who are in trouble, all who have been unfortunate, de ceived and trifled with ; all whose fond hopes have been crushed and blasted by false prom ises, all who have hod bad luck, fly to her for advice and satisfaction, from whatever cause, fly to her for relief and comfort, fn love affairs she was never known to fail She has the secret of winning the affections of the opposite sex. It is tl.is fact which induces illiterate pretenders to try toamilale her. She shows you the likeness of your future wife, husband, or absent friend. It is well known to the public at large that she is the first, and only person in Ibis country who can show' their likeness in reality which can be testified and proved by thou sands, both married and single, who daily and eagerly visit her. Come one, come all, to No. 534 LOMBARD Street, between Juni per and Broad, PHILADELPHIA. April 16, 1856 —6m. Tinware & Stove Establishment. THE UNDERSIGNED re*pectfuly in* ' forms his old fiiends and customers,tbut ' be hsi purchased his brothel's interest in the ! above eatablishment.and the concern will hero- . after be conducted by himself exclusively. He ' jfx hae just received and olleie for Bale the 1 fP3k largest and most extensive assortment 1 ment vf FANCY BTOV EtJ everintro 1 duceJ into this market. Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on hand 1 and manufactured toorder. All*kinda of re- ' pairing done, as usual, on short notice. The patronage of old frients and new cua- J tomera u respectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT- ! Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1863. tf. 1 i "jyjUSLINS a yard wide for 8 cents, and 1 good prints for 6} cents iust received by A. C. MENSCH. FANCY GOODS, of every description and Variety, new styles, and fresh from New York pml Philadelphia, for sale at the cheap store M'KELVY, NEAL & CO B SALAMANDER EVANS & WATSON, Great Fire, Chestnut 3i Fifth Streets, MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER, 15th, 1854. EVANS & WATSON'S SALAMAN DER SAFES TRIUMPHANT, as they al ways are when put to the test. Philadelphia, Dec. 15// i, 1854. Messrs. Evans U Watson, No. 26 south Fourth Street, Philadelphia.—Gentlemen:— We take pleasure in recommending your Salamander Safes to merchants and others in want of a secure means of preserving their books, papers, &c., from ffre, as the one we purchased from you about seven months since has preserved our books, pa pers, and cash in as good condition as they were when put into it, before the great fire of this morning, which destroyed the entire block of buildings corner of Chestnut and Fifth Streets. Ihe above Safe was in use in our office, on the second floor of our build ing, from which place it fell into the cellar, and remained there until the fire was out.— The sale was then removed, and oppened in Ihu presence ol at least 1000 persons, who witnessed the good condition ol the contents. Will you please havo the Safe and locks re paired, as we intend to put it in use again, having perfect confidence in its fire proof qualities. Yours, respectfully, LACEY & PHILLIPS. Evans & Watson lake pleasute in referring to the following, among the many hundreds, who have their Safes in use:—U. S. Mint, Philadelphia; Farmers & Mechanics' Bank, Philadelphia; Samuel Allen, Esq. High Sher iff, Philadelphia; John N. Henderson, City Controller; Caleb Cope & Co., No. 183 Mar ket street; Richard Norris &Son, Locomotive builders, Philadelphia; Bancroft & Sellers, Machinists, corner 16lh and James streets; Franklin Fire Insurance Co., Philadelphia; Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Philadelphia; Lacey & Phillips, corner of s(h and Minor street; Sharpless Bro., No. 32 south Second street; James, Kent & Santee, No. 147 north Third street. A large assortment of the above Safes ul ways on hand [warranted to statu', at least 10 per cent, more fire than any Herring's Sale now in use.] Evans & Watson also manufacture and keep tor sale, Iron Shutters, Iron Doors, and Iron Sash, for making fire proof Vaults, for Banks, stores, private and public buildings; Seal and Letter Copying Presses; Patent Slate Lindd Refrigerators. &e. Please give us a call at No. 26 South 4th street Philadelphia. EVANS & WATSON. March 27, 1856. !_=_} HQDCOJ sstlo ■oa Cabinet Ware Rooms, s. c. KIIIVI: RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of 1 of the Public to his extensive assort ment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which ho 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 Furuifue, 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 $25 to $6O. Divans, Loun ges, Walnut and Mahogany Parlor chairs, Hocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and Intertables, delashus, cheffeniers, whatnots and comodes'"aud all kinds of fashionable 1 work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and common withstands, dress-tables, corner cupboards, sofas, dining arid breakfast la ' 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 mattresses fitted to any sized bedstead, which , are superior for durability and comfort to any bed in use. ' Bloomsburg, April 6th 1854. tf. • GREENW OOD SEMI NA R Y AT ; MILLVILLE, COLUMBIA CO., FA. , For Youth of both Sexes, I WJI BURGESS PRINCIPAL,. THIS Institution which has been in stic cesslnl operalion for several years has ■ recently been enlarged to give better accom , modations for boarders and increased facili j ties for Tuition, &c. . Each quarter of the School year consists , of eleven weeks, and the next session will commence on the 13tki oi August, but pu . pils will be taken at any season. Ir. addition to the constant attention of the J Principal, the services of an experienced I teacher have been procured. Instruction will be given in all the English branches usually taught, and also in Latin. Natural Philosophy and Astronomy will be illustrated by appropriate upparatus and ac cess given to a Library and the use of Math ematical instruments. Books and Statione ry will be provided for ail who desire. IflßlfcECßo TUITION, $3.50, $4 and $4.50 per quarter, graded by the course of study. Boarding, Tuition, Washing, Lights, &c., $24 per quarter, one-half payable quarterly in advance. EyFor further particulars address the prin cipal. Millville, July 6, 1855. ©©irosT TOiw; THE POCKET AESCULAPIUS,' OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. ®h u n IL r (! (I Engravings, showing Diseases and Mal formations of the human System 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 thoae con templating mintage. DY WILLIAM YOUNG, M. D. Let r.o father be ashamed the present aconv of the Aesculapius to hia child. It may save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations ol mar rieellife without reading the Porke Aesculapius Let no onesulfcr from a hacknied Cough Pni 0 in tho Wide,restless nights, nervous feelings and the whole train of Despeplic sensations' and givon up by their physicians, bo another moment without consulting the AESCULA PIUS. Have tho married, or those about to HE married any impediment, read this truly useful book, as it has been the means of saving thou sands of unfortunate creetureß from the verv jaws of death. Any person sending twenty FLV E cents, en closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this book, by mall,or five copies willbe sent for tm dollar. Address, Dr. W. Young, No /52 HN, street. Philadelphia.' Po.TP.fd ' PRU ° E No 162 Spruce St., Philadelphia. Sep. Ist, 1854—1y. F COAL! COAL I FIHEAP FOR CASH, for sale at the Canal v or in town at jibe Btore of Oct. 11, '55. A.J.EVANS. business Directory. Sloomsbnrg, fla. HIRAMW. THORNTON. MERCHANT. —Store on the South side of Main Street, second square below Mar ket. i DAVID LOWENBERG, STORE, on Main street, two doors above the 'American House." SIMON DREIFUSS, & C<l CLOTHING STORE in the 'Exchange Block,' opposite the Court house. A~ J. EVANS. 'M'ERCHANT.—Store on the upper part of Main street, nearly opposite the Episcopal Chnrch. . ~8. e. SlllVli, MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE AND CABINET W A RE— Wareroom in Shive's Block, on Main Street. A.M. RUPERT, TINNER AND STOVE DEALER— Shop on South side of Main street, be low Market. R. W- WEAVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW— office on the first floor of the "Star" Building, nn Main street. JOSEPH SHARPLESS. FOUNDER ANN MACHINEST, Buiid ingson the alloy between the "Exchange and "American House." BARNARD RUPERT, r I IAILOR.—Shop on the South Side of Main JL Street, first square below Market. A. C. MENSCH, MERCHANT. —Store North West corner of Main anj Market S'reets. HIRAM €. HO HER, fctURGEON DENTIST—Office near the Academy on Third Street. M'KELVY, NEAL & CO., I*l KRCHANTS. —Northeast corner of Main and Market streets. JOSEPH SHARPLESS, MANUFACTURE AND DEALER IN STOVES, TINWARE &c—Establish ment on Main street, next nuildiiig above he Court-house. PITk DON'S DFG EST. A NY Justice of the Peace wishing to pur **chase a copy of Purdott's Digest, can lie accommodated by applying at tie this T ' OMNIBUS LINE AND : IL VERY S^^LSTABLE. ! UPtF'CE>SXI.CtaS3S3 ■ runs anow omnibus between Blooms . f-* burg and the Railroad Depot, which will take passengers from and to any of the residences of the town, or the American C House and Forks Hotel; antl he will s 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 10 o'clock A. M., and at 4 o'clock ( P. M. KTFare 12$ cen 8 each wav. He has also a large livery stable connected with the omnibus line, from which he can accommodate the public, with conveyances for travelling, pleasure excursions or busi ness. Sland in ihe rear ql Hoffman & Else's establishment, near the centre of ihe town NOAH S. PRENTISS." Bloomsburg, June 3, 1855. ly. smw m&mmmw w© lai&s 8 IN BLOOMSBURG. EPHRAIM ARMSTRONG I lAS taken charge of a new marble works ■ A at the corner of Main and Market St., Bloomsburg, where the public can be served with Every kind of Ittarblc Work, executed in the best style of the Art, and at the lowest living prices. Thankful for past favors, Mr. Armstrong will execute all ordeis that may be left with him for Tomb-stones, Tombs, Monuments, Door and Window Sills, steps of marble or sandstone, Mar.lles, or any thing else in the department of marble masonry. The stock on hand and engaged consists of the best ITALIAN AND AMERICAN marble ; and LETTERING will ba done in EnplisK or German. E. AKM STRUNG. Bloomsburg, Feb. 1, 1855. SAVING FU.AD OF THE U> S. Insurance, Annuity & Trust Co. S. E. cor. of Third & Chesinul SlsT, PHIL'A. •• CAPITAL 250,000. MONEY is received on deposit daily The-mnonnt 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, arid the amount paid back on-demand, with out notice. Interest is paid at the rale of five per cent., 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, Pres't. Wm. D. Godwin, L. Johnson Vice Pres't. Paul B. Goddar.l, A. W. Thompson, George McHenry, Benj. W. Tingley, James Devereux,' Jacob L. Florance, Gnstavus English. PLINY FISK, Secretary If Treasurer. • J. C. OEHLSCHLAGER, Teller fy Interpreter. September 6,1855. —ly. STOVES! STOVESI STOVES! THE inde-signed informs his friends (fT-Ia "d the public in general, that ha has the entire interest in the Tinware and Stove Establishment, on Main Street, one door above the Court House, Bloomsburg. where he is prepared to furnish Tinware, Stoves, Stovepipe, and Spouting, and all other business in his line on short notice, and in good order. The New Ranb and William Penn Cook ing Stove, and also a large assortment of Parlor Stoves, constantly on hand and for sale at moderate prices. tST Thankful lor former patronage, he re spectfully solicits a continuance of the same. JOSEPH SHARPLESS. Bloomsburg, May 6, 1856. BLANKS! BLANKS! I BLANKsTTi DEEDS, SUMMONS, EXECUTIONS, SUBPOENAS, AND JUDGMENT NOTES, paper and desirable forms, fo- sale at the ' office of the ".Star of the North," Philari'a. and lteafling R. K. ASSSJSI Great Nortliern and Western U. S. Mail Routes. Speed increased and fare reduced. Little Schuylkill, Catlawissa, Sunbury and Erie, Williamsport and Elmira Railroad. Through to Buffalo, in J6 hours. " Niagara Falls, ' 16 " " Detroit, 1 24 " " Chicago, ' 34 " 11 St. Louis, • 43 " IV Ticket Office—N. W. corner Sixth and Chestnut streets, and Philadelphia and Read ing R. R. Depot, corner of Broad and Ninth streets. On and 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: DA Y EXPRESS—6 A. 71/. Stopping at Phmnixville and Reading only. Connecting with the Catlawissa, Williams port, and Erie, and Williamsport and Elmira Railroad; arriving 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, Canandaigua with New York Central Railroad, East and Wen, and at Suspension Bridge with the Great Western and Michigan Central Railroad for Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, and all points in Canada and Western States. Only one 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, i Passengers purchasing Tickets by this Line have the privilege of stopping at any of the above points, and resuming their seats at pleasure. Fare from Philadelphia to Tamaqua, $2 95 Cattawissa, 4 35 Rupert, 4 4 0 Danville, 4 g 0 urn'r n> 5 15 Will.'k.nspon 5 90 Klmira, 7 00 Jefferson, 7 §5 Starkey, 7 95 Penn Yan, 8 00 Gorhara, 8 00 Geneva via. Gorham, 8 00 " Steamer J. Arndl, 8 00 Canartdaigua, - 8 00 Honeoye Falls, 8 50 Caledonia, 8 8C Le Roy, 8 Balavia, -- ■ 900 Rochester 8 60 Buffalo, via. N. Y. and E., and Buffalo and N. Y. City, . JQ BnfTalo, via. Tonawanda, 10 Niagara Falls, via. Elmira, Canandai gua St. Niagara Falls R. R. . 10 . " * 4 via * 10 00 Suspension Hndge, - J 0 QQ Cleveland, 1, Toledo, ,} 7 ° Cincinnati, QQ Detroit, via. Rail, n nn Buff. & Lake, 16 Chicago, via. Greal Western & Mich igan Central R. R. 20 0(1 Chicago, via. BnfTalo and Lake Shore Mich. Southern R. R., . 20 00 Chicago, via. Buff.,' Lake and Mich, Central R. R, _ „ on nn Rock Island, 25 00 E. T. HUBBELL, Ticket and Freight Agent, N. W. cornet Sixth and Chestnut sis. G. A. Ntcou-s, Superintendent Philadelphia and Ur tin_ JPtilia^il ...T; KCKLSOCX, Superintendent Catlawissa, Williamtport and Erie Railroad. HENRY COFFIN, Superintendent "Williams port and Elmira Railroad. Jnly 19, 1855.—tf. Spring and Summer GOODS CHEAP! A. J. EYANS jUAVING purchaseu the interest of Mr Appleman in the new store neitrly op posite the Episcopal Church, has received a new assortment of Spring and Summer goods whioq he ofiera to old customers and new at GREAT BARGAINS. Among hie ladies' dress goods are silks be rages, chintzes, debaizes, lawns, ginghams' poplins &c. He has ,fc'" o uams, GENTLEMENS' DRESS GOODS such as fine black and brown French c'loths black Doeskin and fancy Cassimere satin ana fancy Y.atuws. black & Italian fanoy Cravats, Suspender*, Gloves: &c HAT 8 AND CAPS. A large assortment of Men's and Boys' j hats and caps, embracing every style and 1q r ~" y- Also, a large and varied assortment of I arasclf* and Ribbons. DOMESTICS.— BIeached & unbleached Mus in, Checks, Tickings, Jeans, Drills Ta ble-diaper, Bagging, Toweling, Table-lin enp, &c. HOOTS If SHOES. A large aseorlment 13Jv Men's, Women's and Boots and Shoes, Jenny Lind & buskin Shoes at verylow nrices GROCERIES.- A large' assortment of Groceries, such as Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Kice, Teas, . ' Ready madeWMting. spring fashion. The hiciest price always paid for grain or county produce of any kind. • Bloomsburg, April 26, 1855. E. a. HOW3R. BUJJSI&BBOEr BHTOPESff, RESPECTFULLY oflers his professional services to lhe L a j ies an j Gentlemen of Bloomsburg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend to all the various operations in Den tistry, and is provided with the latest im proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inserted oil pivot or gold plate, to look us well as natural. A superior article of Tooth Powders, al ways on hand. All operations on the teeth warranted. BP" Office bear the Academy. Bloomsburg, Nov. 20, 1851. TUBES, EVERGREENS: f* FLOWERING SHRUBS. ROSES, aj PLANTS. &0., in a great variety ► and size, for sals by large or small Ik quantifies, at the RISING SUN NURSERIES aud GARDEN, Philadelphia. Their stands are in the Market, below Cth street, where the above can be had every day. Orders also received hero for the Nur- ' sery. Catalogues seat to applicar is gratis. 1 Direct to S. MAUPAY & CO., I Rising Sun Village, Philad'a. " "—Roses, Verbeanas by lhe hundred or J thousand, and other flowering plants for sale cheap. Philadelphia, April 15, 1856. Registration C ertificate* ' rot lhe use of clergymen, justices, physi lans and other persons in registering raarria ges and deaths as required by the new Ac Assembly, can be had at the office of the Siar of the North." TONICS WON'T DO. 'IMIEY never did do more than give tempo- ! rary relief and they never will. It is be- i cause they don't touch the cause of the dis ease, The cause of all ague and billious dis eases is the atmospheric poison called Mias ma or Malaria. Neutralize this poison by its 'NATURAL ANTIDOTE, and all diseases caused by it disappears at 1 once. Rhodes' Fever and Ague Cure is this Antidote to Malaria, and moreover it is a perfectly harmless medicine. The certificate of the celebrated chemist, J. R. Chilton, of New York, to this effect, is attached to every bottle; therefore if it does no good it cue do 110 harm. This is more than can be said of Quinine, < Arsenic, or any tonic in existence, as their use is ruinous to the constitution and brings 011 DUMB AGUE, which never allows a per son to feel perfectly well for a single moment. In illustration of these truths 1 annex some extracts from a letter just received from a Physician: Georgetown, Ohio, March 17, '56. . JAS. A. RHODES, Esq.— Dear Sir: Yours of 2d inst. is at hand. The Cure arrived late last year and the difficulty in getting any one 10 try it was greatly increased from the fact that a remedy had been introduced which was growing in favor with the public, as be ing belter than using Quinine, —not knowing I presume that the remedy they needed to escape Mking Quinine, contained the DRUG ITSELF! This remedy.(known as "Smith's Tonic,") would invariably BREAK an ague, but it did not CURE it, and it would often return with renewed vigor. The one circumstance I deemed in your favor, if I could institute a test comparison between it and your CURE. The following is the result: Three persons look your "Cure," all of which were cuees of "Quotidian Intermit tent Fever," of many weeks standing. They had tried Quinine, and other remedies, occa sionally missing a chill, but it was, (as in all such cases, 1 slowly wearing them out, and laying the foundation of other and .severer maladies. I did succeed in effecting a radi cal cure of all three of these cases with your remedy, and they have not had a chill since. In all three of these cases the "Smith's Ton ic" had been used, and would, as before sta ted, break the chill, bnt after a period or two had elapsed it would return. I think there will be no difficulty now in giving to your "Cure" the vantage ground ol uny other remedy now in use here. &e. &c WILLIAM BUCKNER, M. D. RHODES' FEVER and AGUE CURE, or Antidote to Malaria, the only harmless reme dy in existence, is equally certain as a PRE VENTIVE, as a "CURE." Take it when yon feel the chill coming on, and you will never have a single one. JAMES A. RHODES, Proprietor. Providence, R. I. For sale by Druggists generally. June 18, 1856. Trusses ! Trusses ! Trusses! O. K. NEEDLES, TRUSS AND BRACE ESTABLISHMENT, S. W. COR. OF 12111 AND RACE STREETS, PHILADELPHIA, IMPORTER of tine French Truss-^Sf = i es, combining extreme lightness, ease and durability with correct construction. Hernial or ruptured patients can be suited by remitting amounts, as below:—Sending number of inches round the hips, and stat ing side affected. Cost of Single Truss, 82, $3, $4 85. Double, 85,86, 88, and 10. Instructions as to wear, and how to effect a cure, when possible, sent wilh the Truss. Also for sale, in great variety, Dr. Ban ding's Improved Patent Body Brace, lor the cure of Prolapsus Uteri; Spinal Props and Supports, Patent Shoulder Braces, Chest ex panders and Erector Braces, adapted to all wiih rtoop shoulders and weak lungs; English Elastic Abdominal Belts, Suspensories, Syr inges—male and female. Ladies' rooms, wilh lady attendants. August 2, 18S5. FIRST ARRIVAL! OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS I 4C. MENCH respectfully informs his friends, customers, and the public gen j erally that he has just received from Pbila , delphia the first goods of the season, consist ing of a large assortment of choice and de sirable For the spring and summer trade comprising for men's wear: Superior Black, and Colored French Cloths, ; Black French Doeskins and Cassimere ' s!*°" ■?,*"? an<l lrano r Silk Vestirigs. blue, black, Brown and Green Caihmereiles. LADIES' WEAR. , Elegant Black Silks, all qualifies. Barege De Laines and Challi Bareges Plain, Pink, Blue and Green De Laines Bombazine Finish Black Alpacas. French, Scotch and Domestic Ginghams. Worked Collars, and Linen Handkerchiefs. Hosiery of all kinds and qualities. Calicoes of all patterns and descriptions FURNISHING GOODS. Linen and Cotton Sheeting. Bleached and Unbleached Mußlina. Linen Damasks and Table Covers. Besides a large assortment of Boots and Shoes, Sugar, Coffee, Teas,-and all kinds of Groceries Hardware, &e., which wfil be sold remarkably cheap. Call at the old eland, corner of Main and Market streets. B r FLOUR & FEED always on hand, and (or sale at the lowest market price, for A, U . .. A ' C ' MENSCH. Bloomsburg, April 2, 1856. DENSLOW &, CO., Merchants, Anil Wholesale Dealers in allkinils of Foreign and Domestic Leaf Tobacco. VI ANUFACTURED Tobacco, and Foreign T a "J.Domestic Segars, 21 SoSth Front Street, Philadelphia. Importers of flue Ha vanna Segars of the choicest growths of the Vuelta-Abajo. • A large assortment of which ara kept con atantly on hand, and for sale at a small advance on cost of importation. • Consignments respectfully solicited, on which liberal advances will bo made when deaired. N. B. Special attention given .to orders for purchase on commission, of Tobacco, as a|. so every description of Merchandise, for ac count of parties living at a distance from this giarkct. | .Solo Agent for F. A. Goe'te's Celebrated German Smoking Tobacco, cSmprising thirty different varieties. 1 Philadelphia, April 7, 1856. l yr< TA/"HEATLEY'S ARCH STREET THEA- i * " TRE. Arch Street, above Sixth, Phil'a. i THE STAR COMPANY, Composed of (he first I Arlisls in the world, and exceeding in 1 Strength and Talent any Dramatic combina tion heretofore offered to the Theatrical Pub lic, will appear EVERY NIGHT in Comedy Tragedy, Serio-Comio Drama, Vaudevilles' Musical Burlellas. fire., fitc. fy When visiting ho oily, go there. DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss, 800 Jaconett Mull, Cambric, Swiss Muslin Bishop Lawns, sßle Bard Muslin just receiv ed at the Slore of A. C. MENSCH 1 HIBET SHAWLS with silk fringe, a ' fine lot just received and for sale by a A C. MENSCH. TERRIBLE DISCLOSURES Secrets for the million! A most Wonderful and Invaluable Publication. Br. 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THE Author of tho above volume is o gradu ate of one or the first medical echoole in the United States, and having devoted a quarter of a century to the study and fteatment of Syphilis and 'kindred disoruers as a speciality, ho has become possessed of most invaluable informs lion in regard to the same, and is able to com pass into vaclc merum compass the very quint essence of medical science on this important subject; as the result of tho experience of the most eminent physician in Europe and Amer ica is thoroughly demonstrated in his own highly successful practice in the treatment of se ret diseases in msny thousands of cares in tho City of Philadelphia alone. The iracticeof Dr. Hunter has long boen, and still is literally unbounded, but at the ear nest solicitation of numerous persons, he has beon induced to extend the sphere of his pro fessional usefulness to the community at large, through tho medium of his "Medi.al Manual Hand-Uuok for the Afflic'ed.'' It is a volume that should be in the hand of every family in the land, whether used as a preventive of secret vice, or as a guide for the alleviation of one of the moat awful and de structive scourges ever visited upon mankind for the sins of sensuality and impurity of every It is a volume that has received the unquali fied recommendation of the first physicians in the land, while many clergymen, fathers, moth ers, philanthropists and humanitarians, have most freely extended its circulation in all quar ters where its powerful teachings would be like ly to he instrumental in the moral purification and physical healing of multitude! of our peo. pie, among the young, volatile and indiscreet, otherwise the pride and flower of the nation. The autlioi argues particularly, most strongly against every spocics of self-defllement, and warns parents and guardians, in searching terms, lo guard the young of both sexes from i the terrible consequences concomitant of thoir ignorance of phyiological laws and sexual im purities and irregularities, whether exhibited oy precocious development or arising fiom the viscious and corrupting examples of their school, mates or otheiwise. To those who have heea already ensnared to the "pallia that take hold on bell,'' a clear and explicit way is shown by which they may secure a leturn of sound health and a regeneration of the soul from its terrible , pollution. It is well known that thousands of victims are annually sacrificed at the shrine of Quuck ery—especially those sutTeiing from Venereal or Syphilitic diseases—Strictures, Seminal Weak ness, Nervous Debility, and the numeroas mal adies which spring directly or less remotely : front the indulgence of carnal passions and se cret violslions of Nature. In view of these tacts, and when it is also considered that about 100,000 persons die annu ally in the United Stales of Conoumption—a large majority being the victims of tho voluput ous indiscretion ol' their progenitors, agreeably to the Scriptural enunciation, that the sins of the parents are visited upon the children, even to the third and fourth generation. Tho Author imbued with sentiments of enlarged philhnthro py.will scarcely lie censured for any .effort to restrain the vices of the age, liy the humble in strumentality of his Medical Manual. One copy, securely enveloped, willbe forward - ed free of poa age to any part of the United States 5 for 2ft cenla, or 6 copies for $l, Address, post J paid, COSUEN dj- CO., PuatLtantßs, Box 197, Philadelphia. 1 Buckst-lli-ia, Oarivassafa arte Book Agents supplied on the most liberal terms. l 000 rvo. l SUPER-I'HOSPHATE OF LIME, _ DF.BURG'S Original anil Genuine, warrant ed of superior quality, the cheapest manure in the world. Farmers and dealers supplied at low prices. B EXTRA QUALITY LAND PLASTER. 5,000 barrels Extra Quality Land Plaster, . selected for its ferlilizii g quality. , 10,000 bushels of same in bulk. 10,000 barrels beat qualily Ordinary Land Plaster, equal to the best usualy sold, at the low price of 20 cenls'per bushel, ox 81.10 per barrel, with a deduction for large lots. , 25,000 bushels of same in bulk. 1,000 barrels Calcined Plaster. 1,000 " Casting . " 500 " Dentist " a,060 " Hydraulic Cement. 1,000 it True Roman " Peruvian Ciimno. 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A. NEEDLES, ' 54 North Fropt Street, Phtlad'a. May 28. 1856-IV. ' Wood's Ornamental Iron Works, RIDGE AVENUE, PHILADELPAIA. THE attention of the inhabitants of Penn sylvania are invited to the extensive Manufac. Tory and Warerooma of the subscriber, who is prepared to furnish at the shortest notice, Iron Railing of every description, for Cemeteries public and private buildings, also Verandahs' Fountains, Chairs, bet toes, Lions, Dogs ami other ornamental iron works of decorative char i acte-. Purchasers may rely on having all ar ticles carefully boxed and shipped to their des tination. A book of designs will be furnished to those wishing to malMlu^>ns. *■ ROBWPWFOOD, Ridge Avenue, below Sprirfl (garden St 1 TPKFLFCADKLPHIA. September 27, 1855.. 3 TH OMA S B-ttTLER, No. 7 South Seventh Street, PHILADELPHIA; of strong Tinware, Copper, Tin and Zinc Balding Tubs, Bathing Pans, and every kind of batning apparatus. Also deed and paper boxes. Prompt attention g ven to ordered work, . and goods carefully lorwnjced on Orders. , Philadelphia, August 17th, 1851. GRATIS, GRATIS, GRATIS, GRATIS. A FREE 01F1 TO ALL. MISERY RELIEVED. '■Nalurc't Guide,"* new and popular work, is distributed without charge, ana forwarded by mail to any Post Office in the U. States, ou receiving an order enclosing two stamps for postage. PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE— Established 20 years ago by Dr. XINKELIN, corner of Third and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, Philadelphia, Pa. INVALIDS, Are apprised that Dr. KINKELIN confines hts practice to a particular branch of medi cine, which engages hie individual attention. He cautions the unfortunate against the a buse of mercury; thousands are annually mercurialized out of life. Recent affections are promptly extinguished. TWENTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE In the treatment of a class of diseases hith erto neglected and imperfectly understood, has onabled Dr. KINKELIN, Author of a work on Self Preservation, to prove that nine tenlhs of the causes of nervous debility, lo cal and constitutional weakness, mental and physical suffering, are traceable to certain habits, forming the most secret yet deadly and latal springs of domestic misery and premature mortality. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE, There is an evil habtt sometimes indulged in by boys, in solitude, and which, if not re formed in due lime, not only begets seriowr obstacles to matrimonial happiness,but gives rise to a series of protracted, insidious, and devastating afflictions. Few ol those who give way to ibis pernicious practice area ware of the consequences, until tbey find the nervous system shattered, feel strange and unaccountable feelings, and vague fears in the mind. The unfortunate thus affected becomes fee ble, is unable to labor with accustomed vig or, or to apply his mind to study; his step is tardy and weak, he is dull, irresolute, and engages in bis sport with less energy than usual. 11 he emancipate himself prac tice has done its worst, and enter matrimony, his marriage is unfruitful, and his sense telli him that this is caused by his early follies.— These are considerations which should awa ken the attention of those similarly Bilualed. MARRIAGE , Requires the fulfillment of several conditions in order that it may be really the cause of mutual happiness. Could the veil which covers the urigin of domestic wretchedness be raised, und its true source ii every in stance disclosed—in how many could it be traced to physical disqualifications and their attendant disappointments! Apply thenwhile it is yet time, in order to have your unstrung and relaxed organization rebraced, revivified and strengthened. REMEMBER, He who places himself under Dr. Kinkelin's treatment may religiously confide in his hon or as a genieman,and rely upon the assur ance, that the secrets of Dr. K' patients will never be disclosed. Young man—let no false modesly deter you from making your case Known to one who, from education and respectability, can belrieud you. Too many think they will conceal the se cret in their own hearts, and cure themselves. Alas ! how often is this a latal dolusion, and how many a promising joung man, who might have been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth. Strictures of the urethra aro rapidly re moved by the application of a new thera peutical agent, used only by Dr. K. Weak ness and Constitutional Debility promptly cared, and full vigor restored. "/ am a man and deem nothing which relates to man foreign to my feelings." HHBBHJIIYOUTH AND MANHOOD. ■ M a<l (lilt A Vigorous Life or a Pre mUiijfiii mature Der.th. KINKELIN ON SELF-PRESERVATION. Only twenty-five cents, or the value in post age stamps, will ensure a copy of this book, prepaid, per return of mail. Persons at a distance may address Dr. KINKELIN by letter, enclosing a remitlance, and be cured at home. Packages of Medicines, with plain direc ' lions, packed secure from damage or curios ity, are forwarded by Mail or Express to any I pari of the United Slates. BEMEMBER, I Dr KINKEMN'S residence has been for Ihe last twenty years at the N". W. Corner of Third and Union Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. July 2d, 1856.—tf. The best Collection of Cllcest Ever Published. TIP-TOP OIBE AMD CHORUS BOOK. A new and choice collection of Copy rights never before harmonized, and many of the Gems of modern Ger man and Italian Composers, arrang ed in a familiar style, and adapted to the use of Glee Clubs, Singing Clas ses, and the Family Cirele, By C. Jar vis and j. A. Getze. This work contains a great number of new and favorite Songs, harmonized in a style adapted to genbral purposes, while many of the Gems of Mendglssohn, Abl, Kuchen, and other celebrated composers, are presented in an original form. The great variety of musical compositions here introduced, eminently adapts it to the taste and capacity of the Singing School, the Glee Club, and the Family Circle. BVI'RICE—ONF DOLLAR, Just pub'ished by Lee &. "Walk er, No. 188 Chestnut Street,and JT. If. LIPPINCOTT & Co., No. 30 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia- MP" Sample copies will be sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of $l. March 20, 1858,—4 m. New Wholesale Drug Store, No. 20 South Second Street, PHILADELPHIA. TV SPENCER THOMAS, IMPORTER, Manufacturer, and Dealer in Medicines, Chemicals, Acids, Dye Stuffs, PainTs, Oils, Colors, White Lead', French and American White Ziuc, Window. 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