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JOHN SMITHtMount PleasantTownship,ColumbiuCounty,Pa.
I consider It my duty to the afflicted, to como bcfoio tho public
and to tnako it known, that I was aillictcd for a long time, with a
-vciy bad and dangerous complaint. 1 was unable to do any work.
Doct. , a well learned, and for a long time, an experienced
physician, thought it not worth while to give mo any more
medicine. Ilo thought I had lb change tho prosent for iho
future in quite a short titno. I sent for medicine out of Tobias'
Health Emporium, and under his direction, I took them, and aston
ishing is it to say, that I mended so fast, that 1 was able in a short
time to hire myself out to work. 1 would recommend all those who
are in a sickly situation, to go in time, to I). S. Tobias1 Health
Emporium to gel relief from their sickness, yc.
. DERR, wife of John Derr, in Rohringcrcck Vally, (
I wish to injure no man in his profession; neither do I
iniurc no man in nis proicssion; neuner uo i wish iu
exalt nnv one bovond his morits; but duly requires that I .should
Mate the great benefits I have derived from the medicine and advice
I have received from D. S. Tobias, or out of the highly praised
'Health Emporium, Bloomsburg. I was for a long time afllicled
with the following symptoms: great languor, flatulency, disturbed
Test, nervous sick head ache, difficulty of breathing, tightness and
stricture across the breast, dizziness, nervous irritability and reslle
ncss, palpitation of tho heart, costiveness, pain of the stomach.drow
siness, gieat debility, deficiency of the nervous energy, delirious,
fits, &c. I gave up every thought and hope of recovery; dire de
spair sat on the countenance of every person interested in my exist
ence or happiness, and my physician, an old, learnedand experienced
mn, Doct. R. said it was impossible for mo to recover my health
again, which I am ready to prove; but by persuation, I sent lor med
icine out of D. S. Tobias' Health Emporium, and I have now re
covered my health, and I must say, that I have never felt better in
my life time, than I have done since I recovered from my last sick
ness. I am willing to give any person who may call, full satisfac
tion respecting my dangerous and painful disease, and would sol
cmly advise all those who are in any kind of sickness, to go to the
'highly praised Health Emporium, Bloomeburg, of D. S. Tobias.
LYDIA A CHE NBA U CH, wife of Peter Achenbauch, Orange
ville, Columbia County.
I would adopt this method of recommending your Health Em
porium to the notice of the afllicled. I speak from a thorough ex
perience of the medicine which I got of you, and of their value.
My complaint was as follows : Continued and obstinate costive
ness, violent pains, frequent nausea sickness and burning pains of
the stomach, rejecting the food, appetito bad, much troubled with
heartburn and flatulency, and a great many other symptoms which
are too tedious to mention. My condition became alarming. Med
ical attendance was procured, and I was declared to be incurable by
more than one physician. 1 took icfuge to D. S. Tobias' Health
Emporium, and thank my God in a very short time I felt better, and
.came to my natural strength again. I Would recommend all and cv
Ty one who are in a sickly situation, to wait no longerbut get med
dcino out of the Health Emporium, Dloomsburg.
Mrs. FOUST, wife or John Foust, Mahoning township, Col.Co
1 have the pleasure of informing the public, of my perloct recov
ery from that dreadful malady called Fluor Albus," which camo
so near causing my death that it appcard inevitable. I underwent a
course of treatment prescribed by a celebrated physician, who visit
ed me often, but still I got worse and worse, till I sent my husband
to D. S. Tobias' Health Emporium, and the very first time I took
his medicine the complaint stopped, and in a few days I was able to
lo my work again. I would therefore advise every one who is in
an unhealthy situation to go to Tobias' Health Emporium, and suf
fer no more. I wish every one who reads this would keep it in his
MARICIIA LEI BY, wife of Jacob Leibxj, Mahoning township,
Knowing by experience, tho cflect of every reference the afflicted
receive of the beneficial results of medicine, I cheerfully oiler mine
to the public, in behalf of D. S -Tobias's medicine. I have been af
flicted for along time with the following symptoms of general debil
ity: Sores of the body, scurvy, diseases of the liver and skin, rash
over the whole body, or n breaking out, sometimes called prickle
heat, pain over the region of the heart, breast and stomach, swelling
of tho feci and legs, so that it was impossible, for mc to get on my
shoes. I have used a good deal of medicine from Doct. M., but
without receiving any benefit from them at all. I therefore took
refuge to that much and highly praised & celebrated Health Empori
rium, by D. S. Tobias. In conclusion, I recommend to every one
who is in an unhsalthy state, to get medicine out of the Health Em
porium, as I believe them to have been the means of saving my life
and restoring me health and strength. I am willing to give any per
son who may call full satisfaction respecting my case.
SOLOMON NEWHARD, Esq. Bloom township, Col. Co.
I hereby ceitify, that I had a child who was afllicled with that
bad complaint, called Phthisic and Choking Rheum. We had tried
several experienced physicians, but nothing would relieve the child,
until I went to D. S. Tobias' Health Emporium, and got some med
icine.and astonishing as it is to say, the child got belter the first dose
wo had given him
LOOK HEBE ! LOOK HEBE !
A certain cure for frost bitten limbs. To prove that it is a certain
remedy, I would refer the public to the following.
EMANUEL LAZABUS, Merchant, Orangeville, Col. Co.
I hereby certify, that I had a boy iu my store, a sou of my sis
ters, who had both feet frozen, and they were so bad, that it was
impossible to wear shoes. I had tried medicine prescribed by a
physician, but without any use or benrfit, when I went to D. S.
Tobias' Apothecary or Health Emporium, in Dloomsburg, and got
medicine out of it, and astonishing is it to say, that in quite a short
time, the boys feet were well and sound. I would pray every per
son with frosten limbs, to go to this highly praised Health Empori
um, and get medieine for that painful complaint which is a certain
' 7Vie life of the flesh is in the blood,"
so saith the scriptures.' Leviticus c. xvli.
1TKK. LEIDY'S BLOOD PILLS. What better
JgjTtlian scripture testimony can wo have of the
lilo of tiro llesh depending upon mc condition Oj.
tho Mood 1 If itnpuro or diseased, the ilesh mus.
I of courso bo diseased thereby, and tho vholo sys
tem partake of (such disease. It tho doctrino wo true,
and there is not a doubt of it (for it is a fact acccc
ded to by all, that tho scriptures, ore true beyond a
doubt,) then it behooves us to guard against tho
I 1. t . .! 1 .1
consequences 01 sucn impurities, anu mus jui-bi-tvi;
tho flesh healthy. If the flesh lie healthy, consti
tuting as it does tho principal portion of tho human
yody, then must tho whole body lio healthy.
In vegetables only can wc lind the medicine where
by all impurities of tho blood may' bo removed.
Upwards of one hundred years experience oi the
most celebrated, tho wisest and best physicians have
proved certain vegetables to possess purifying prop
erties. Thcso vegetables will not here bo named,
and Dr. Leidy wishes to remunerate himself, and
profit by tho long, laborious, and costly experiments
necessary to bo made, that tho active principles of
those vegetables might be retracted and reduced to
bucIi form as makes them easy, safe and pleasant to
These vegetables arc contained in tho iustly cel
ebrated Blood Pills, manufantured only by Dr. N.
Leidy, a regular Druggist and Physician, attested
byDrs. Physic, Chapman, lacksor, Horner, Gibson
Dcwccs, James, Hare, Cox, &c.
I he above Puis may bo employed as a mild or
active purgative. Their action is easy, and may be
employed ball persons under all circumstances.
They will at all times bo found serviceable, when
the least sickness is present. J hoy require no
change of diet, restraint from occupation, or fear of
taking cold from their use. They aro daily prescrib
ed by numerous physicians; certificates of tho lact
I accompany tho directions. They aro tho most affec
tive purifier of the blood and other fluids of tho hu
man body ever discovered. Persons having once
used, will over after, as occasion may acquire, have
rcsourso to them.
Price 'Twenty Five Cents a box.
Sold by all respectablo Druggists and Merchanst
throughout the Union, and in this city only at
Dr. Lcidy's Health Emporium, second street be
J. K. Smith &. Co.'s 2d st. near tho Red Lion.
.1. Gilbert & Co.'s 3d above Vine.
C. Clemens' North 3d above Wood.
F.KIett's 2d and Callowhill.
For salo at the Health Emporium Dloomsburg
by D. S. TOBIAS Agent.
IJloomsburg July, 13, 1830. 11.
PORTABLE HORSE POWER
rBTIIE Subscribers take this method of informine
J their friends, that they continue Manufactur
ing Threshing Machines and JPorlablc Horse
l'tnecrs, on the most improved plans, made of the
best materials and in the most workmanlike man
ner, and which they will warrcnt to stand with fare
usage, and not injure the grain by breaking it.
They have surpassed all others whero they have
been introduced, in Pennsylvania, Virginia and
Frail's Patent Smut,
GRAIN HULLING MACHINE,
Improved. An article of great ntilitv to Mj!lrn
for cleansing the grain for preparing il for flouring-
Timer. ni'iMiinnc. A . ..('.. 1
. .10 uiu iiiiiiiume.urca ot cast auc
wrought Iron, and arc supposed to last an hundred
j cars, i noy are in general use m the state of N(
1 oik and in part of Pennsylvania.
PjgIIE subscriber informs tho public, that he has
M taken the store lately occupied by C, II, I'ish.
cr, at the lower end of Maine street, where ho in
tends to permanently locate himself, aiid lias just
opened an extensivo assortment of NEW GOODS
litely purchased in Philadelphia, embracing nlmont
cverv article usually keptin a country ttorc. A
m ng which arc,
Consisting of Broadcloths from course to
.1 . . . r j. ft .
inejinesi oj Kiipcrjme,icrsemcrcs,oai
tinettSf Sillcs , Ginghams, Calicoes
Factory Cotton Cloth,
bleached and un-unbleached,
very cheap and of the best quality, and eve
ry variety in tho Dry Goods Lino. Also, a
scncral assortment of
A NEW ESTABLISHMENT,
UPON AN OLD FOUNDATION.
EEIH Subscriber hereby announces
to his friends and the public, that he
has purchased that old and well known
COACH AND DEARBORN WAGON
Iatclv owned and occupied by STOUFER
HART MAN, situated in Dloomsburg,
Columbia County, where ho has com
menced the business, and intends to carry
it on in all its branches.
He will shortly havo a number of decant
light BUGGIES and DEARBORNS, of
various patterns, finished for sale; and will
Stave Coaches, Coaches, Coachecs,Giggs,
bullaes, ISu ggics, Dearborn flagons,
Sleighs, S-c. ij-c. c. $c,
of every variety of pattern to order, on
ldRenuirs of all kinds ivill be womnl-
ly attended to
lie also manufactures ELIPTIC and
olher CARRIAGE SPRINGS, and will
warrant them to be equal to anv made in
Ashe has made arrangements for pro
curing tho best material, and will employ
none but first rate workmen, he hopes to
j lie able to turn out good work, and thereby
obtain the confidence of those who mav
: furnish themselves from his shop.
Orders from a distance respectfully soli
cited. 'IRA RUGGLES.
Dloomsburg, Juno 4, 1839. 0 If.
and all kinds ot Machinery, cast and fitted up.and
mi Duna Ui
kept on hand, and sold by wholesale. Ml of which
will bo sold on tho most reasonable terms, by
LEWIS H. MAUS & Co.
Bloomsburg, May 25, 1829. 3m4
THE Trustees of this Institution aro happy to
announce to like public generally, that it is
now in full tido of successful operation. Tho win
tcr term has just closed; and the semi-annual exam
ination, have given more satisfactory evidence of
the excellent qualifications of their teacher, K. W,
Co.vklish, than any ritEvious recommendations
could have done.
The summer term will commence on Wednesday
the first day of May, and continue twenty-three
weeks. Ills very important, that all who wish to
oin tho institution, should be present on that day,
or as soon alter as possible.
In ordci to make the school n public benefit, by
auonhng to all parents who desiro the opportunity
of giving their children a first rate education, the
terms of tuition have been given at the followin,
Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, $2 00
English Grammar explained and illustra
ted, including the above, 2 SO
Geography, with uso of Maps and Globes
including the above, 3 00
Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, with
use of Apparatus, including tho a
bovc, 4 00
Latin and Greek Languages, including
all the above, 0 00
Tho German and French Languages will be
taught, but an extra charge of $5 00 per quarter
will bo made for cither of them. All tho members
of the school are required to excrciso themselves in
written compositions and declamations, and will be
expected at the closo of each term to give a public
exhibition of their proficiency in all tho branches
they may have puroucd.
Persons at n distance arc informed, that upon ap
plication to tho President, board will bo furnished
in respectable privato families, on moderate terms.
By order of tho Board.
D.M. HOLLIDAY, Piies't.
John- C. Bots, Secr'y.
Danville, April 19 1839.
Crockery, Glass, China ami
All of which he will dispose of as cheap, if
not cheaper, than can be purchased al any
olher store in the county.
tC? All who ate desirous of purchasing
good and cheap goods, are requested to call
and examine for themselves before Ihoy buy
elsewhere, as he leels assured no one will
go away dissatisfied with his prices, or iho
quality of his goods.
All kinds ot UUUJNTItY l'KUDUCIS,
including CASH, will be received in payment.
Dloomsburg, May 18, 1830.
SADDLE! & HAENSS
RESPECTFULLY informs the public
that he lias removed his establishment into
the shop lately occupied by C. Kahlcr,
Esq. where ho intends Keeping on hand
all kinds of
DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS,
AND SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
made of the besl of material, and good
workmanship. He manufactures, a new
Patent Horse Collar,
acknowledged by all to bo superior to any
ever before made in this county.
Ho also manufactures LEA I libit and
of any description that may be required.
All of which will bo sold on the most
reasonable terms, and ho will also be ready
to do any work in his line, on short notice,
and solicits a share of public patronage.
Bloomsburg, May 18, 1839.
Against the TForld for good Mill-Stones
and Bolting Cloths.
itiWi wishing the above articles, are
requested to call and examine my Stock,
at Danville, Columbia County, Pa., or at Lew-
istown,on tho Juniatta.
Danville, Way 25, 1839.
Is it possible!
YES INDEED ! !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUSINESS.
pTHHE Fifth New Supply for this summer, in
W, the highly recommended Drug Store, with
thoiuitablo name HEALTH EMPORIUM.
Tho subscriber has wade ariHiigCMitiiU with all
the Importers of Medicines, Patented and othcru,
Toys, Perfumery, &c. in tbo city of Philadelphia,
and has received on appointment of Agency for
most of tho Patent Medicine now in existence in
Pennsylvania, whieh ho offer for sale as cheap as
they can bo obtained in the State, at tho Health
Emporium and Pamily Warehouse, Bloomeburg,
Columbia County. D. H. TOBIAS.
Compound Syrup of Prunes' Virgini
anna, or Wild Cliorry, for Coughs, Colds,
Asthmas, Consumptions, &.c., for sale at iho
Tobias' Health Emporium, Bloomsburg,
Druggs and Medicines,
CONFECTIONARY A FRUIT,
3Viis and Toys,
and numerous othr articles in my line of business,
which again renders my assortment complete.
J. R. MOYER.
WORMS die public, that ho has located him
self in Bloomsburg, at tho house of Mr. L.
.eight, where he will at all times be ready to at
tend to all calls for his professional services.
12 dozen Glass Boxes,
12 dozen Lockets,
12 dozen Lead Pencils,
12 dozen Toy Prints,
12 dozen Sand boxes, with tho sand,
12 dozen Fifes,
12 dozen Doll babies,
12 dozen Conversation Cards.
12 dozen Toy Watches,
12 dozen Brass Watches,
12 dozen Hair Pencils,
12 dozen Breast Pins,
12 dozen Finger Rings,
12 dozen Spoons,
12 dozen Pass Books,
12 dozen Tooth Harps,
12 dozen Steel Pens,
12 dozen Tea Setts,
12 dozen Everpoinl Leads,
12 dozen Head Bands,
28 dozen bunches beads,
25,000 Fish Hooks,
12,000 Slato Pencils,
Just received and For Salo at tho cheap
Health Emporium, Bloomsburg, by
D. S. TOBIAS.
For Chaps, Tan, Sunburn, Sore Hds.&c.
For salo at
Tobias' Health Emporium Bloomsburg.
E r rm rai n 1 ?Ttv
riw n in Li. it ra i - , t ;i
THIS line has commenced running reqularly he
twecn Wilkes-Barre, Northumberland, Will
amsport, Jlarnsburg to l'lladelplna and ull inter
mcdiato places. Tho Boats leavo Whilkcs-Barre
daily, at 8 o clock P. M. and urrivc ot Northumber
land next morning at 7j o'clock A. M. and Harris
burg the following evening at U o'clock: where nas.
scngers will remain over night, and take the rail road
cars at 8 o'clock; A. M. and arrivo nt Philadelphia
by 2 o'clock, P. M. AtNorthumbcrland the North
and West Branch boatts connect : This lino arrives
ai mo junction oi mo juniltii in time to conncc
with all the wostcrn lino? for PitUburc.
Keturningpasscugers by thishno will leave Broad
street, Philadelphia, every day at 8 o'clock A. M.
and arrivo at Harrisburg at a o'clock P. AI. North
umberland next morning 8 o'clock, Williamsport
by 7 P. M. and wilkes-Barro by 7 o'clock the follow
ing morning uirough in 48 hours.
To famlins moving west this lino offers great ad
vantage charges upon freight very moderate, and
persons with thcr familios may rely upon having all
their goods taken with them.
Faro to Northumberland s 00
" Williatmpoit 3 50
" Duncan's Island 3 su
" Harrisburg 4 00
" Philadelphia . $ 00
For freight or passage apply to
P. AlcC. GILCHRIST.
Wilkc5-Dairc,May7, 1839 If
rtpHESE pills have obtained a celebrity for cur
. SL in5 most diseases to which tho human system
is liable, unexampled in the history of tho healing
art. They expel by the action of tho stomach and
and bowls, all bad humours from the Blood, causing
a frco circulation of the fluids, and real ores u sound
state of health.
Tho thousands who use and recommend them, is
proof positive of their extraordinary and beneficial
The subscriber has received the appointment of
Agent, for the sale of Dr. JJrandctli'x I'llls in
Bloomsburg. Nono are genuine that aro ofTered fur
sale, without a ccrtificato of appointment signed by
the proprietor and countersigned by Branch Green,
general agent; and 110 certificate is ever given, tu
thoso engaged iu tho Drug business.
J. It. MOYER.
Bloomsburg Aug. 14 1838. Iyl7
IN pursuanco of iho Constitution of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania Notice is hereby
given ny uie subscribers, ciuzcns of said Common
wealth, that they and others, will mako application
to the next Legislature, for the creation of a corpo
rate Body with Banking and discounting privilegoa,
of tho named and stylo of the
Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Colum
to be located at such gitn or place within said Coun
ty of Columbia, as shall he fixed upon by Com
missioners appointed in such manner as tbo Legis
lature shall direct for fixinp ilie location of Eid
Bank, and with a capital of two hundred thousand
dollars. Said corpoiato body to bo created for tho
object of securing to tho citi7.ens of tbo Common
wealth', and uf tho County of Columbia, the bene
fits of a banking Institution, with the rights, row
ers and privileges of the Bank of Northumberland.
A. B. SHL'MAM,
S. E. CRAIO.