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Resolved by the Senate and House of Rep
resentatives of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania in General Assembly met, That the
following amendments are proposed to the
constitution of the commonwealth, in accor
dance with the provisions of the tenth article
There shall be an additional article to said
constitution to be designated as article elev
en, as follows:
SEC. 1. The state may contract debts, to
supply casual deficits or failurers in reve
nues, or to meet expenses not otherwise pro
vided for; but the aggregate amount of such
debts direct and contingent, whether con
tracted by virtue of one or more nets of the
Seneral assembly, or at difieretit periods of
me, shall never exceed seven hundred and
filty thousand dollars, snd the money aris
ing from the creation of such debts, rhall be
applied to the purpose for which it was ob
tained, or to repay the debts so contracted,
and to no other purpose whatevrr.
SEC. 2. In addition to theabove limited pow
er the state may contract debts to repel in
vavion, suppress insurrection, defend the
state in war, or to redeem the present out
standing indebtedness of the stale ; but the
money ariring from the contracting of such
debts, shall be applied m purpose i.j,
which it was rai"ed, or to repay such debts,
and to no other purpose whatever.
SEC. 3. Except the debts above specified,
in sections one and two of this article, no
debt whatever shall be created by, or on be
half of the stale.
SEC. 4. To provide for the payment ol the
present debt, and any additional debt con
tracted as aforesaid, the legislature shall, at
its first session, after the adoption of this
amendment, create a sinking fund, which
shall be sufficient to pay the accruing in
terest on such debt, and annually to reduce
the principal thereof by a sum not less than
two hundred and fifty thousand dollars;
which sinking fund shall consist of the net
annual income of the public works, from
time to lime owned by the state, or the pro
ceeds of the sale of the same, or any purt
thereof, and of the income or proceeds of
sale of stocks owned by the state, together
with other funds, or resources, that may be
designated by law. The said sinking fund
may.be increased, Irom lime to time, by as
signing to it any part of the taxes, or other
revenues of the slate, not required for the
ordinary and current expenses of Govern- I
ment, and uniesß in case of war. invasion
or iniurrrction, no psrt of the said sinking
fund shall bs used or applied otherwise than
in extinguishment of the public debt, until
the amount of such debt is reduced below
the sura of five millions of dollars.
SEC. 6. The credit of the commonwealth
shall not in any manner, or eveni, be pledg
ed, or loaned to, any individual, cornpnny,
corporation, or associa'ion; nor shall the
commonwealth hereafter become a joim
owner, or stockholder, in any company, as
sociation, or corporation.
SEC. 6. The commonwealth ehall not as
sume the debt, or any part thereof, of any
county, city, borough, or township; or of
any corporation, or association ; unless such
debt shall have been contracted to enable
the slate lo repel invasion, suppress domes
tic insurrection, defend itself in time of war,
or 10-assist the state in the discharge of any
portion of its present indebtedness.
Sac. 7. The legislature shall not authorize
any county, city, borough, township, or in
corporaled district, by viriue of a vole of its
citizens, or otherwise, to become a stock
holder in any company, association, or cor
poration ; or to obtain money for, or loan its
ly yny association, iusti-
There shall be un addilional ar!icle lo said
constitution, to be designated as article XII.
as follows:
No county shall be divided by a line cut
ting off over one tenth of its popttlaiion,
(either to form a new county or othorewise)
without the express assent Jsgffcfr county
by a vote oi the electos.*^. efeo [ ; nor Khu ||
any new county he established, rnnii..tng
less than four hundred square miles. •
From section two of the first article of the
constitution, strike out the words, "of the city
of Philadelphia, and of each county respectively;"
irom section five, same article, strike out
the words, "of Philadelphia and of the sever
*~eLcmiati£sf' from section seven, same article,
strike ir7**TiT— nrOfjlflj the city of Phil
adelphia nor any," in Jiru thereof
the words, "end no;" and strike frac section
four, same article, and in lieu thereof Wert'
the following: "V
"SEC. 4. In the year one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-four, and in every seventh
year thereafter, representatives lo the num
ber of one hundred, shall be apportioned find
distributed equally, throughout the state, try
districts, in proportion to the number of tax
able inhabitants in the several parts thereof;
except that any county containing at least
three thousand five hundred taxables, may
be allowed a separate representation ; but no
more than three counties shall be joined,
and no county shall be divided, in the lor
mstioit of a district. Any city conisining
a sufficient number of taxables to entitle it
to at least two representatives, shall have a
Aeparate representation assigned it, and shall
be divided ir.to convenient districts of con
tiguous territory, of equal taxable popula
tion as near as may be, each of winch dis
tricts shall elect one representative."
At the end of section seven, same article,
insert these words, "tho city of Philadelphia
shall be divided into single senatorial dis
tricts, ot contiguous territory as nearly equal
tn taxable population as possible; but no
ward shall be divided io the formation there
The legislature, at its first session, alter
the adoption of tbis amendment, shall di
vide the oity of Philadelphia into senatorial
and representative districts, in the manner
above provided; such districts to remain un
changed until the apportionment in the year
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four.
To be section xxvr, Article 1.
The legislature shall have the power to al
ter, revoke,or annul, any character of incor
poration hereafter conferred by, or under,
any special, or general law, whenever in
their opinion it may be injurious'to the citi
zens of the commonwealth; in such manner,
however, that no injustice shall be done to
the corporators.
IK SENATE, April 21, 1856.
Resolved, That this resolution pass. On the
first amendment, yeas 24, nays 5. On the
second amendment, yeas 19, nays 6. On
tba third amendment, yeas 28, nays 1. On
the fourth amendment, yeas 23, nays 4.
Extract form the Journal.
• April 21, 1856. J
, Rt4ohe4 t That lb is resoln lion pass. On the
first amendment, yeas 72, navs 24. On the
second amendment, yeas' 63, nays 25. On <
the third amendment, yeas 84, nays 29; and
on fourth amendment, yeas 69, nay 16.
Extract fiom the Journal.
Filed April 24, '56. j Sec'yofthe Com'wealth ■
Sccrelaiy't Office, )
1 Harrisburg. June 27, '56. J
, Permsylvania, ss.
I do certify that the above and foregoing
is o true and correct copy of lite original
"Resolution relative to an amendment of
the Constitution" as the same remains on
file in this office. ,
I J In testimony whereof 1 have here
< L. S > unto set my hand anc! caused lo be
t I affixed the seal of the Secretary's
Office, the day and year above written.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
IN SENATE, April 21, 1856.
Resolution proposing amendments to the
Constitution ol the Commonwealth, being
under consideration,
On the question,
Will the Senate agree to the first amend
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably
to the provisions ot the Constitution, arid were
as follows, viz:
V EAS—Messrs Browne, Buckalew, Cress
well. Evans, Furgeson, Flenniken, Huge, In
gram, Jamison, Knox, Laubach, Lewis, M'-
Clinlock, Price, Sellers, Shuman, Souther
Slraub, TBggarl, Wallon, Welsh, Wherry,
Wilkins and Piatt, Speaker —24.
NAVS—Messrs Crabb, Gregg, Jordan, MEL-
Itnger anrl Pratt—e.
So the question was determined in the
On the question,
Will the Senate agree to rhe second I
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably
to the provisions ol the Constitution ainj were
as follows, viz:
YEAS—Messrs. Btowno, Buckalew, Cress
well, Evans, Hoge, Ingram, Jamison, Knox,
Laubach, Lewis, M'Clinlock, Sellers, Shu
man, Souther, Slraub, Walton, Welsh, Wher
ry and Wilkins—l9.
NAYS—Messrs. Crabb, Ferguson, Gregg,
Pratt, Price and I'ialt, Spcnker~6.
So the question was determined in the
On the question,
Will the Senate agree lo the third amend
ment ?
The yeas and nays were token agreeably
to the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:
Y HAS —Messrs. Browne, Buckalew, Crabb,
CressweH, Evans, Ferguson, Flenniken,
Hoge, Ingram, Jamison, Jordan, Knox, Lau
bach, Lewis, M'Clintotk, Mellinger, I'ratl,
Price, Sellers, Sliuman, Souther, Siraub, Tag
gart, Walton, Welsh, Wherry, Wilkins and
Piatt, Speaker. —2B
NAYS— Mr. "Gregg —I.
So the question was determined in the
On the question,
Will the Senate agree lo the fourth a
Tite yeas ar.d nays were taken agreeably
to the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:
YEAS—Messrs. Browne, Buckalew, Cress
well, Evans, Flenniken, Hoge, Ingram. Jam
ison, Jordan, Knox, Laubach, Lewis, M'Clin
lock, Price, Sellers, Shuman, Souther, Slraub,
Walion, Welsh, Wherry, Wilkins and I'iatl,
Speaker —23.
NAVS —Messrs. Crabb, Gregg, Mellinger
and Pratt—4.
So the question was determined In the
Journal of the House of Representatives,
April 21, 1856.
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably
to the provisions of the Constitution, nn-J on
the first proposed amendment, were as fol
lows, viz:
YEAS—Messrs. Anderson, Backus, Bald
win, Hall, Beck, Lycoming co.; Beck, York
oo ; Berohartl, Boyd, Boyer, Brown, Brush,
Buchanan, Caldwell, Campbell, Carty, Craig,
Crawford, Dowdall, Edinger, Fausold, Fos
ter, Get/, Haines, Ilamel, Harper, Ileitis,
Hibhs, Hill, Hillegas, Hippie, Holcomb, Hun
seeker, Irnbrie, Ingham, Innis, Irwin, Johns,
Johnson, Laporte, Lebo, Lougiflter, Lovelt,
M'Calmont, M'Carthy, M'Cornb, Maugle,
Menetr, Miller, Montgomery, Moorhead,
Nunnemacher, Orr, Pearson, Phelps, Purcell,
Ramsey. Reed, Reinhold, Riddle, Roberts,
Shenk, Smith, A llegheny co.; Smith, Cam
bria co.-. Smjih Wi-nmino •( finouae,
Thompson, Vail, Whallon, Wright, Dauphin ;
Wright, Luzerne; Zimmerman and Wri"ht'
Speaker —72.
NAVS—Messrs. Augustine, Barry, Clover,
Cobourn, Dock, Fry, Fulton, Gaylord,Gtb
honey, Hamilton, Hancock, Housekeeper,
Huneker, Leisonring, Magee, Manloy, Mor
ris, Mum ma, Pa terson, Salisbury, Smith,
Philadelphia co.; Waller, Wimrode and
So the question was determined io the af
■ On the question,
Will.tM House agree to the second amend
•eq? !
TBb-jUasand nays were taken and were
YEAS— Messrs. Anderson, K irkus, Bald
win, Ball, Beck, Lycoming Co.: Beck, York
CO.; Bernhard, Boyd, Browe. Brush, Buchan
an, Caldwell, Campbell, Carfy, Craig. F.-n
--gold, Foster, Gelz, llaines, Harriet, r.
Heins, Hibbs, Hill, Hillegae,
comb, Hunsecke*/••fifthr ie ,"I ft gh anP tnni<,
Irwin, Johns, Johnson, Laporle, l,ebo, Lnng
aker, Loveit, M'Culmom, M Canity, M'-
Comb, Maugle, Menear, Miller, Montgoir.-
ery, Moorhead,"Nnnriemacher, Orr. Pearson,
Pureed, Ramse), Ileed, Reinhold, Riddle,
Roberts, Shenk, bmith, Allegheny co.*
Strouse, Vail, Whallon, Wright, Luzerne oo.;
Zimmerman and Wright, Speaker —63.
NAYS —Messrs. Augustine, Barry, Clover,
Edinger, Fry, Fulton, Gaylord, Gibboney,
Hamilton, Hancock, Huneker, Leisenring,
Magoe, Manley, Morris, Mumma, Patterson,
Phelps, Salisbury, Smith, Cambria co;
Thompson, Walter, Wintrode, Wrist)', Dau
phin co., and Yearsley.—2s.
So the question was determined in (he af
On the question,
Will the House agree to the third amend
The yeas and nays were taken and were
ae lollow, viz.
j YKAS— Messrs. Anderson, Backus, Bald
win, Ball, Beck, Lycoming oo.; Beck, York
CO.; Bernhifrd, Boyd, Boyer, Brown, Buchan
an. Caldwell, Campbell, Carly, Craig, Craw
ford, EJinger, Fausold, Fo-ter, Fry, Gelz,
Haines, Hamel, Harper, Heins, Hibbs, Hill,
Hillegas, Hippie, Holcomb. Housekeeper,
Imbrie, Innis, Ingham, Irwin, Johns, Johnson,
Laporte Lebo, Longaker, Lovell, M'Calmont,
M Cpmb, Mangle, Meneat, Miller, Mont
ery, Nunnemacher, Orr, Pearson, Phelps,
Puroell, Ramsey, Reed, Riddle, Shenk,
Smith, Allegheny co; Smith, Cambria co.;
Smith, Wyoming co.; Thompson, Whallon,
Wright, Daupnin co.; Wright, Luzerne co.;
and Zimmerman—64.
NAYS— Messrs. Barry, Clover, Cobourn,
Dock, Dowda'LFulton, Gaylord, Gibboney'
Hamilton, HahcOck, Huneker, Leisenring,
M'Oarthy, Magee, Manley, Moorhead, Mor
ris, raite
ter, Wintrode, Yeartdoy and Wright, fyii~2s
So the question was determined in the
affirmative. •
On the question,
Will the House agree to the fourth amend
ment 1
The yeas and nays were taken, and were
as follows, viz;
1 YEAS Messrs. Anderson, Backus,
Ball, Beck, Lycoming co.; Beck, York
U:o.; Bernhard, Boyd, Bojwr, Brown, Buchan
an, Brush, Caldwell, Campbell, Carty,
Craig, Crawford, Dowdall, Edinger,
Fausold, Foster, Fry, Getz, Hamel,
Harper, Heina, Hibbs, Hill, Htllegas, Hippie,
Holoomb, Housekeeper, Hunsecker, lmb'rie,
fnnis, Irwin, Johnson. Lnporte, Lebo, Long
aker, Lovett, M'Calmont, M'Carlhy, M'-
Comb, Mangle, Menear, Miller. Montgom
ery, Moorhead, Nunnemacher, Orr, Pearson,
Phelps, Purcell, Ramaey, Reed, Reinhold,
Riddle, Roberts, Shank, Smith, Cambria co.;
Smith, Wyoming co.; Thompson, Vail, Wal
ler, Whallon, Wright, Luzerne co.: Yearsley,
Zimmerman and Wright, Speaker —69.
NAYS—Messrs. Barry, Clover, Cobnurn,
Fulton, Gtbboney, Haines, Hancock, Hune- 1
Iter, Ingham, Leisenring, Magee, Mauley,
Morris, Patterson, Salisbury and Wintrode—
So the question was determined ic the af
Hanisburg, June 27, 1866. $
Pennsylvania, ts :
1 do certify that the above and foregoing
Is a true and correct copy of the "Yeas" and
'•Nays" taken on the Resolution proposing
amendments to the Constitution ol the Com
monwealth, as the same appears on the Jour
nals of the two Houses of the Ganeral As
sembly of this Commonwealth for the session
of 1856.
) Witness my hand and the seal of
L. S. > said office, this twenty-seventh day
red and fifty-six. •
. . Secretary of the Commonwealth.
July 9, IBse-3m.
Great Fire, Chestnut & Fifth Streets,
ways are when put to the test.
Philadelphia, Dec. 1 5th, 1854.
Messrs. Evans te Watson, No. 26 south
Fourth Street, Philadelphia.—Gentlemen:—
We take pleasure in recommending your
Salnmander Sales to merchants and others
in want of a secure means of preserving
their books, papers, &0., from fire, 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
ware when put into it, before the great fire
uf this morning, which destroyed the entire
block of buildings corner of Chestnut and
Fifth Streets. The above Safe was in use
in our office, on tbe second floor of our build
ing, from which place it fell into the cellar,
and remained there until the fire was out
The safe was then removed, and oppened in
the presence ol at least 1000 persons, who
witnessed the good condition ol the contents.
Will you please have 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,
Evans & Watson take pleasure in referring
to the following, among the many hundreds,
who have their Sales 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 16th and James streets-
Franklin Fire Insurance Co., Philadelphia; 1
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Philadelphia;
Lacey & Phillips, corner of oth and Minor
street; Sharpless Bro., No. S2 south Second
street ; James, Kent & Santee, No. 147 north
Third street.
A large assortment of the above Safes al
ways on hand [warranted to stand at least
10 per cent, more fire than any Herring's
Sale now in use.] Evans & Watson also
manufacture and keep lor sale, iron Shutters,
Iron Doors, and Iron Sash, for making fire
nroof Vaults, for Banks, stores, private and
public buildings; Seal and Letter Copying
Presses; Patent Slate Lined Refrigerators,&c.
Piease give us a call at No. 26 South' 4th
street Philadelphia.
March 27, 1856.
rpHEY never did do more than give tempo
*- rary relief and they never will. It is be
cause they don't touch the cause of the dis
ease. The cause of all ague and hillidus dis
eases is the atmospheric poison called Mias
ma or Malaria. Neutralize this poison by
and all diseases caused by it
once. Rhodes' Fever and Ague Cure is this
Antidote to Malaria, and moreover it is a
perfectly harmless medicimJr The certificate
oL the celebrated chemi.-i, J. R. Chilton of
N2w York, to this effctfi, is attached to every
Uoltle ; therefore if U does no good it can do
This is more than can be said of Quinine,
Arsenic, or any tonic in existence, as their
" ,8 ~?, r . u .7?" ns 10 ,t)e consthtyran and brings
on DUMB AGUE, which never allows a per
son 10 feel perfectly well for a single moment.
In illustration of these truths J 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 Core arrived late
last year and the difficulty in getting any one
to try it was greatly increased from the fact
thai u remedy had been introduced which
was growing in favor with the public, as be
ing better than using Quinine, —not knowing
1 presume thnt ihe remedy they needed 10
escape taking Quinine, contained the DRUG
This remedy, (known as "Smith's Tonic,")
would invariably BREAK an ngue, but it did
not CURE it, and it would ofien return with
renewed vigor. The one circumstance I
deemed in your favor, if I could institute a
tesl comparison between it and your CURE.
The following is the result:
Three persons look your "Cure," all of
which were esses 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.; slowly wearing them out, and
laying the inundation of other and severer
maladies. I did sucreed in effecting a radi
cal cure of all three of these cases with your
remedy, and they ha've not had a chill since.
In all three of these cases Ihe "Smith's Ton
ic" had been used, and would, us before sta
ted, break lite chili, but after a period or two
had elapsed it would return.
1 think there will he no difficulty now in
giving to your "Cure" the vantage ground of
any other remedy now in use herd. &c & c
Antidote to Malarta, the only harmless reme
dv in existence, is equally certain as a PRE
VENTIVE, as a "CURE." Take n then
you leel the chill coming on, and vou will
never have a single one.
JAMES A. RHODES, Proprietor.
c , . „ Providence, R. I.
For sale by Drogguts generally.
June 18, 1856. '
Business Directory. 1
Bloomflbnrg, pi.
MERCHANT. —Store on the South side of
Main Street, second square below Mar-
/"4LOTHING STORE, on Main street, two
doors above the 'American House."
fILOTHING STORE in the 'Exchange
Block,' opposite the Court house.
|LfERCHANT. —Store on the upper part
of Main street, nearly opposite the
F.piscopal Church.
8. C. SlllVb, ~
in Shive's Block, on Main Street.
Shop on South side of Main street, be
low Market.
ATTORNEY AT LAw.-ofiice on the
first floor of the "Star" Building, on
Main street.
-1 - ings on the alley between the "Exchange
and "American House."
r j vAILOR Shop on the South Side of Main
X Street, first square below Market.
MERCHANT. —Store North West corner
of Main and Market S'reets.
DENTIST.—Office near the
Academy on Third Street.
1%/f ERCHANTS.—Northeast corner of Main
-"■ - and Market streets.
STOVES, TINWARE &c—Establish
ment on Main street, next ouilding above
he Conrt-ho*re. •
ANY Justice of the Peace wishing to pur
chase a copy of Purdon'a Digest, can be
accommodated by applying, at he this
mmm vwawwrn
J- Edition, with One
hun (1 ro d Engravings,
showing Diseases snd Mal
formations of the human
8y stem 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 marnage. By
Let r.o father tv ashamed ihe present a copy
of the Aesculapius to his child. It may save
him from an early grave . Let no young mn or
womsn enter into the secret obligations of mar.
riedtife without reading the Pocke Aesculapius
Let no onesuffer from a hacknied Cough Pjjp
in the Bide,restless nights, nervous feelings
and the whole train of Despeptic sensations'
at>4 given up by their physicians, be another
moment without consulting the AESCULA
PIUS. Have the married, or those about to be
married 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 one copy of this
book, by mail,or five copies willbe sent for one
dollar. Address, Dr. W. Young, No. /52 Spruce
street, Philadelphia,' Postpaid.
No 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia.
Sep" Bt,-1854-Iy.
Ui Ut© <ao CEO. sa TJd -oa op gs>
Cabinet Ware Rooms,
|$ ESPKCTF ULLY invites the attention of
JnLofthe Public to h usc.\rj
raenl oi t alttinTFurniture and Chairs, which
he will warrant made of good materialsand
in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish
ment, can always he found a good assort
ment of
Fashionable Fnrnitue,
Which is equal in style and finish to-thai of
Philadelphia or New York cities, ad at as
low prices. He has Sofas of different style
and prices, from 825 to 860. Dfvans, Loun
ges, Walnut and Mahogany Parlor (hairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing
and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and
pier tables, detashus, chodan iers, whatnots
and comodes and all kinds of fashionable
work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and
common wtsbstands, dress-tables, corner
cupboards, solas, dining and breakfast ta
bles, bedsteads, cane seat and common
chairs, is ihe largest in this section of the
country. He will also keep a good assort
ment of looking-glasses wiih fancy gilt and
common frames. He will also furnish spring
mattrasses fitted to any sized bejdslead, which
are superior for durability atxl comfort to
any bed in us*.
Bloomsburg,April 6th tf.JJ
T I AS taken charge of a new marble works
at the corner of Main and Market St.,
Hlooaniburg,where the publio can Ira served
Every kind of Marble Work,
executed in the best style of the Art, and al
the lowest living prices.
Thankful for past favors, Mr. Armstrong
will execnte all ordeis that may be left with
hiti for
Tomb-stones, Tombs, Monuments,
Dor and Window Sills, steps of marble or
sandstone, Monies, or any thing else in the
department of marble masonry. The stock
on band and engaged consists of the best
and LETTERING will be done in English or'
German. E. ARMSTRuNG.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 1, 1855.
WOULD refpectfully inform the citizens
of Bloomsburg and vicinity, that he
has commenced the practice of Medicine and
Surgery therejand rolicits ashare of publio pa
tronage. He can always be found at the Ex
change Hotel opposite the Court House.
Bloomsburg, March, Ist, '55.
Pliilad'a. and Beading R. It.
Great Northern and Western U. S. Mail
Speed increated and fare reduced.
Little Schuylkill, Caltawissa, Sunbury and
Erie, Williamsport and Eimira Railroad.
Through to Buffalo, in 16 hours.
" Niagara Falls, ' 16 "
" Detroit, ' 24 "
" Chicago,' ' 84 "
'• St. Louis, ' 43 "
ty Ticket Office—N. VV. corner Sixth and
Chestnut streets, and Philadelphia and Read
ing R. R. Depot, corner of Broad and Ninth
On and after Monday, May 7th, Three Pas
senger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and
Reading Railroad Depot, corner of Broad slid
Vine streets, daily, (Sunday's excepted,) as
Stopping at l'hcenixville and Reading only.
Connecting with the Caltawissa, Williams
port, and Erie, and Williamsport and Eimira
Railroad; arriving at Klmirn at 4 o'clock P.
M., connecting with New York and Erie
and Buffalo; and from Ihcnce, via. Steamers
on Lake Erie, or on Lake Shore Railroad, to
Cleveland, Toledo, Monroe, Sandusky and
Detroit. Also, with Eimira, Canandaigua
with New York Central Railroad, East and
Weil, and at Suspension Bridge with the
Great Western and Michigan Central Railroad
for Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, and all points
in Canada and Western Stales.
Only one change of Baggage between Phil
adelphia and Canada or the Lakes.
DAY EXPRESS—Breakfast at Port Clin
ton and Dinner at Williamsport.
NIUHT KXPREBS—T >i Port Clinton.
Passengers purchasing Tickets by this Line
have the privilege of slopping at any of the
above points, and resuming their seats at
Fare from Philadelphia to
Tamaqus, $2 95
Callawissa, 4 35
Rupert. 4 40
Danville, 4 60
Milton, 5 15
WilKvnspn" 5 90
Elmira, 7 00
Jefferson, 7 65
Starkey, 7^95
Penn Van, 8 00
Gorham, 8 00
Geneva via. Gorham, 8 00
" Steamer J. Arndl,' 8 00
Canandaigua, • 8 00
Honeoye Falla, 8 50
Caledonia, 8 8'
Le Roy, 8
Batavia, 9 ou
Rochester, 8 60
Buffalo, via. N. Y. and E., and Buffalo
and N. Y. City, . 10
Buffalo, via. Tonawanda, 10
Niagara Falls, via. Elmira, Canandai
gua & Niagara Falls R. R. . 10
" " via. Buffalo, 10 00
Suspension Bridge, • 10 00
Cleveland, II 70
Toledo, 14 75
Cincinnati, 16 no
Detroit, via. Rail, 16 00
" Buff. & Lake, 16 00
Chicago, via. Great Western & Mich
igan Central U. 11. . . 20 00
Chicago, via. Buffalo and Lake Shore
Mich. Southern R. R., . 20 00
Chicago, via. Buff., Lake arid Mich.
Central R. R. . <2O 00
Rock Island, 25 00
Ticket and Freight Agent, >,
N. W. cornet Sixth and Chestnut sts.
G. A. Ntcoi.LT, Superintendent Philadelphia
and Reading Railroad.
T. KCKISSOCK, Superintendent Callawissa,
Williamsport and Erie Railroad.
HENRY COFFIN, Superintendent Williams
port and Elmira Railroad.
July 19, 1855.—tf.
Insures Detached Buildings, Stores, Mer
chandize, Farm Property, and other build
ings, and their contents at moderate rates.
CAPITAL, $300,000.
Hon. John J. Pearce, Hon. G. C. Harvey.
John B. Hail, T. T. Abrams,
Charles A. May.,, D. K. Jackman,
Charles Crist, W. White,
Peter Dickinson, Thomas Ki/ehen
Hon. G. C. HARVEY, Pres't. „
T. T. ABRAM, r ice Pres.
H. CHAS. ULMAN, Gio'l Ag't
Samuel H. Lloyd, Thomas Bownan, D. D.
A. A. Winegardner, Wrt. Vanderbell,
L A. Mackey, Whi. Fearon,
i A. White, -li, J. S. Crawford,
James Quiggle, A. Dpdegraff,
John VV.Maynard, James Armstrong,
Hon. Simon Cameron Hon. Wm. Bigler.
June 18, J856.-6m.
es. Stands, Yerandas, &c.. Cemetery Lota En
closed with either cast or Wrought Iron Rail
ing, No. 335 MARKET, STREET,
(2 doors below Ninth,)
March 27, 1856.
Q0215852r l Q?£2{33 < £Pl3Q'ar 0
"R ESPECTFULLY offers his
professional services to
r T F the Ladies and 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 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
£7* Office near the Academy.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 20, 1851.
fIIHE most correct likeness ever made; ex
*- eculed in the highest style of Art, and
printed on fine India paper, published and
for sale, wholesale and retail, by
L> N. Rosentkral, Lithographer,
N. W. cor. Fifth If Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.
Size of paper, 17 x 26. Retail price 51. 00.
A liberal disoounl will be allowed those wish
ing to sell again.
Philadelphia, June 23, 1856.
FANCY GOODS, of every description and
variety, new styles, and fresh from New York
and Philadelphia, for sale at the cheap store
Secrets Tor the million! I
A most Wonderful and Invaluable Publication.
Dr. Banter's Medical Manual;
s A\U'.j ill f, OF.ING AN ORIGI
NAI. and popular
Treatise on MAN and
WOMAN: iheirPhys
iology. Function* and
Sexual Disorders of
'''///ZH 7ii\evety kind, with nev
er failing Remedies for the speedy cure of all
diseases of a private and delicate character,
incident to the violation of the Laws of Na
ture and of Natures God.
THB Author of the above volume is a gradu
ate of one or the first medical schoohi ii< the
United States, and having devoted a quarter of
a century to the study and treatment of Syphilis
and kindred disorder- as a speciality, he has
become possessed of most invalusble informa
tion in regard to the same, and is able to com
pass into vade mecum compass the very quint
essence of medical science on this important
subject; as the result of the experience of the
1 most eminent physiciau in Europe and Amer
ica is thorouzhly demonstrated in his own
| highly successful practice in the treatment of
\ secret diseases in many thousands of cares in
| the City of Philadelphia nlone.
The iracticcof Dr. Hunter has long boen,
and still is literally unbounded, but at the ear
nest solicitation of numerous persons, he has
been induced to extend the sphere of his pro
fessional usefulness to the Community at large,
through the medium of his "Mcdi :a | Manual
Hand-Book for tbo Afflic'cd.''
1 It is a volume that should be in the hand of
every family ill the land, whether used as a
preventive of secret vice, or as a guide for the
alleviation of one of the most awful and de
structive scourges ever visited upon mankind
(or the sins of sensuality and impurity of every
kl <l.
ft is a volume that hog received the unquali
fied recommendation of the first physicians in
the land, while many clergymen, fathers, moth
ers, | hilunthropists and humanitarians, have
most freely extended its circulation in all quar
ters where its powerful teachings woulJ be like
ly to be instrumental in the moral purification
and phvet.-al heeling of multitudei of our peo
ple, among the young, volatile and indiscreet,
otherwise the pride and flower of the nation.
The authoi argues particularly, most strongly
against every species of self-defilcmen', and
warns parents and guardians, in sea.thing
terms, to guard the young of both sexes from
the terrible consequences concomitant of their
ignorance of phy'ologicol laws and sexual imd
purities and irregularities, whether exhihite
ry precocious development or arising flora the
viscious and corrupting examples of their school,
metes or otheiwise. To those who have bee i
already ensnared to the "paths that take hold
on hell,'' a clear and explicit way is .howii try
whichlbey may secure a return of sound health
and a regeuoratiun of the soul from its terrible
It is well known that thousands of victims
are annually sacrifice 1 at the shrine of Quack
ery—especially those suffering from Vtnereal or
Syphilitic diseases—Strictures, Seminal Weak
ness, Nervous Debility, and the numerous mal
adies which spring directly or less romotely
from tilt) indulgence of carnal passions and se
cret viol tlions of Nature.
In view of these lucts, slid when it is also
considered that about 100,000 persons die annu
ally in the United Slates nf Conoumplion— a
large majority being the victims of the voluput
oua indiscretion of their progenitors, agreeably
to the Scriptural enunciation, that the ains of
the parents are visited upon the children, even to
Ihe third and fourth generation. The Author,
imbued with sentiments of enlarged phtlhnthro
py, will scarcely he eensureJ for any effort to
restrain the vices of the age, hy the humble in
strumenlalitv of his Medical Manual.
. One copy, securely enveloped, will he forward
eif nee of pos agcto any part ofthe United States
for 25 cents, or 6 copies for sl, Address, post
paid, COSDBN <* CO., PvsttsHEns,
"■ . . Box 197,1'bi'.adeipbia.
tt" BooksclleE, J.tanvavgsrs one Book Agents
supplied on the most liberal terms.
1000 TONpo, 'fAiHr:
DEBURG'S Original and Genuine, warrant
ed of superior quality, the cheapest manure
in the world. Farmers and dealers supplied
at low prices.
5,000 barrels Extra Quality Laud Plaster,
selected for its fe'rlilizii g quality.
10,000 bushels of same in bulk.
10,000 barrels best quality Ordinary Land
Plaster, eqnal to the best unualy sold, at the
low price of 20 cents per bushel or 81.10
per barrel, with a deduction for large lots.
25,000 bushels of same in bulk.
1,000 barrels Calcined Plaster.
J,OOO " Casting "
50{P* ~ 1 l Dentist "
5,060 " Hydraulic Cement.
1,000 " True Roman •*'
Peruvian Guano.
This article we offer in confidence to our
customers, as equal to any imported, and far
superior to most in the market.
10,000 bags of thissuperiorGuano, for sale,
at the lowest market rales. Also, Pondrelte,
Mexican Guano. Ground Charcoal, &c. &o.
At the Steam Plaster Mills, junction York
Avenue and Callowhill Street, Philadelphia.
February 14, 1866.
Manufacturer of
COURSE, medium and fine in mesh; large,
middle-sized and small in diameter,
i Metallic Cloths or IVoven IFire,
Of the best qualities, various sizes of mesh,
from Nos. 1 to 80 inclusive, and from one to
six feet in width.
They are numbered so many spaces to a
lineal inch, and cut to suit.
The subscriber also keeps constantly on
ssacsaaasw ss3 a
For Coal, Sand, Ore, Lime, Grain, Gravel,
Guano, Suinac, Sugar, Salt, Bone, Coilee
Spice, Dtugs, Dye Stuffs, &c. Together
with an assortment of
Bright and Jlnncaled Iron IFire.
All of the above sold wholesale or retail,
54 North Front Street, Philad'a.
May 28. 1856-ty.
Wood's Ornamental Iron Works,
THE attention of the inhabitants of Penn
sylvania aro invited to the extensive Manufac
tory and Worerooma 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, Settees, Lions, Dogs and
other ornamental Iron works of decorative char
acte. Purchaaera may rely on having all ar
ticles carefully boxed and ahipprd to their des.
tination. A book of desjgna will be furniahed
to those wishing to mskeselections.
Ridge Avenue, below Spring Garden St..
September 27, 1855.
No. 7 South Seventh Strtft,
TVJannfacturer of strong Tinware, -Copper,
Tin and Zino Bathing Tubs, Bathiog
Pans, and every kind of battling apparatus.
Also deed and paper boxes.
Prompt attention g r veil to ordered work,
and goods carefully lorwniaed on orders.
Philadelphia, August 17th, 1854.
'•Nature's Guide," a new will popular work,
is distributed without charge, sod forwarded
by mail to tty Post Office in the U. States,
on receiving an order enoioiing two stampe
for postage.
Established 20 years ago by Dr. X INK KLIN,
corner of Third and Union streets, between
Spruce and Pine, Philadelphia, Pa.
INVALIDS, ;' " T " '
Are apprised that Dr. KINKELIN confines
his practice to a particular branch of medi
cine, which engages his individual attention.
He cantions the unfortunate against the a
buse of mercury; thousands are annoufly
mercurialized out of life. Becent affections
I are piomptly extinguished.
In the treatment of a class of diseases hith
erto neglected and imperfectly understood,
has enabled Dr. KINKELIN, Author of m
work on Self Preservation, to prove bat nine
tenths of the canses of nervous debility, lo
cal and constitutional weakness, mental and *-
physical suffering, tire traceable to certain
habits, forming the most secret yet deadly
and lata! springs of domestic misery and
premature mortality.
There is an evil habit sometimes indulged
in by boys, in solitude, and which, if not re
formed iu due time, not only begets serious
obstacles to matrimonial happiness,but gives A*
rise to a series of jprotracted,
devastating afflie|ions. Petjr_| mxm who
give way to this pernicious practice ate a
ware ol the consequences, until they find
the nervous system shattered, feel strange
and tfttaccouolable leslings, 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 tn study: his step is
tardy and weak, he is dull, irresolute, and
engages in his sport with less energy than
II he emancii ate himself before the prac
tice has done its worst, and enter matrimony
his marriage is unfrniifnl, and his sense leils
him that this is caused by his early follies.
These are considerations which should awa
ken the attention of those similarly situated
Requires the fulfillment of several conditions
in order that it may be really the cause of
mutual happiness. Could the veil which
covers the origin of domestic wretchedness
be raised, and its true source i i every in
stance disclosed—in how many could it be
traced to physical disqualifications and their
attendant disappointments! Apply then while ,-v
it is yet time, in order to have your unstrung
and relaxed organization rebraced, revivified —Ha
and strengthened.
Ho who places himseir under Dr. Kiiikelin'* .
treatment may religiously confide In his hon
or as a gcnleman, and rely upon Ihe assur
ance, that Ihe secrets of Dr. K's patients will
never be disclosed.
Young man—lei no false modesty deter
you from making your case Known to one
who, from education and respectability cun
befriend you.
Too many think they will conceal the so- -
cret in their own hearts, and cure themselves.
Alas ! how often is this a fatal delusion, and 1
how many a promising young man, who i
might have behn an ornament to society, has
faded from the earth.
Strictures of the urethra arc rapidly re
moved by the application of a new thera
peutical agent, used only by Dr. K. Weak
ness and Constitutional Debility nromntlv
oureil, and fntt vigor restored.
"I am a man and deem nothing tvhieli
relatet to man foreign to my fetUnfft."
I lIKIUH A * 'P oro " s Life or a Prt
mature Dei.Ui.
Only twenty-five cents, or the value in poet
age stamps, will ensure a copy of this book,
prepaid, per return of mail. M
Persons at a distance may address
KINKKLIN by letter, enclosing a remittance,
and be cured at home.
Packages of Medicines, with plain direc
tions, pgcVavf sectne from damage or curios
ity, are forwarded hy Mail or Express toanr
part of the United States. *
Dr KIN'KELIN'S residence has been for
ilia last iwenty years at the N. W. Corner of
Third and Union Streets, Philadelphia. Pa
July 2d, 1856.—1f.
The only Safe which, in every instance,
preserved the entire contents at
the late Extensive Fires.
BUILDJNGS, April 10th, and in the gttat
fire in Market Street, May Ist, 1856, the gen-f
uino Hkrriko Safk preserved the Jewelry 6f
George YV. Simms & Bro.; Books, Papers &c.
of Fisher & Bro. and Edward Semsne & Co.,
afier remaining exposed In the burning ruins
for nearly Forty Hours, and proving conclu
sively what we have always claimed for
them, their great superiority over attaanuri
ties known.
In these fires, the HERRING'S SAFE,
Branding side by side with those advertised
as "warranted to stand 10 per cent, mora fir# /
than Herring's," came forth the acknowledge /
ed victor, not only preserving their contents /
in excellent order, bm being themselves in i J.
condition to go|hr(Mfh another ordeal, whiii ( '
the boasted "Salamanders" of other makejl
were badly used op in every instance,
in some cases their entire contents completely
To the public we would simply say, Ibat,
during the fourteen years of the Herring*
Safe has been before them, more than two v
hundred have passed through accidentalfites \
without the occurrence of a single locs. \
YVe would, therefore, caution purchaaera
against the misrepresentation of
parties. The Herring's Patent is the
Fire-proof Safe made in this city which is
protected by a Patent Right, and we wiJU
guarantee it to resist more than
amount of heat of any other Safe now 1
Sole Manufacturers in this Stats of
"Herring's Patent Champion Safes.?
34 YVaßtut Sr., Philad'a.
N. B.—"Evans & YJtctieon's Improved j-55-
emanilers," "01 wMtfTvfl'kill'C. J. GavlerY."\
and "Scott's Abestos," Iron Cheota, (a laYge
assortment having been taken in part pay*-
ment for "Herring's,") will be sold at \o%
prices. ,
PhiladelpyT, June 10vrt56—ly
KMCUkcU. and Wutcm.mHer-jr.il
South yide of Main Street, above the
j RaHroad' v
rklE/fCUI-T watch repairing done in th#
of alljkinds for sale.
Moomburg, March .
lIBAWEBSoODS, Spotted Swi'sax Bog
Cambrie, Swiss Macslin
Moß ' in j u A

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