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THa IlESUKRECTION, Oil
SOIltU01l TO Tnt lllOKlX.URlXnBTUfti VATt
Lvbiix FcnovriVJ, the Matcuikis (priced)
Bawatiti, of tiny oilier pills or compound before
the public, as certified to by Physicians and others.
Let none condemn thorn until they havo tried
. them, and then we ore certain they will not.
It is'now a settled point with rII who have used
tho Vegetable Persian Pills that they are pro-emi-notitly
the best and most efficacious Family Medi
cine that haa yet been used in America. If every
family could become acquainted with thetr Sover
eign power over disease, they would keep tbcm and
bo prepared with a sure remedy to apply on tho first
appearance of disease, and then how much distress
. "Would be avoided and money saved, as well as tho
( lives of thousands who ore hurried out of timo by
Jieglocting diseaso in its first stages, or by not being
in possession of a remedy which they can place de
Ipondcnwupon. 'The Resurrection, or Persian Pills.
The n&mo of theso pills orginatcd from tho cir
cumstartccof tho medicine being found only in tho
ccmctiries of Persia. "This vegetable production
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments aa to
ita medicinal qualities and virtues, in half a ccn
f tury it became an established medicine for the dis--cases
of that country. Tho extract of this singu
. lar production was introduced into some narts of Eu
rope in the year 1783, and used by many celebrated
Physicians m curing certain diseases, where all oth
er medicine has been used in vain. Early in tho
year ii'jx, tuo extract was combined with a certain
vegetable medicino imported from Dura Baca, in
the East Indies, and formed into Pills. Tho admir
able cfiecrof this compound upon tho human sys
tem, isu pnysncans and lamihcs into Its general
use. Their long established character their univer
sal and healing virtues, tho detergent and cleansing
-qualities of their specific action upon tho glandular
part 01 tne system, arc such as will sustain their re
futation and general use in the American Repub
I certify that I have, by way of experiment, used
me Jlygcan, and most of tho ranous kinds ol Fills,
inmy practice, which have borno the highest repute
in the public estimation, that have been offered for
";ale in this vicinity for tho last live years, including
jthose called the Resurrection or Persain Pills; and
the public may rest assured that none among the
whole! catalogue has answered a better purpose, as
ian easy, and effectual remedy, than .the Resurrection
:tir Persian Pills, in most cases of disease.
CitAntxs Backus, M. D,
Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 21, 1837.
Messrs. 13. Chase & Co. Gents. Hcannz
Touch said about tho extraordinary effects of the
Resurrection or Persian Pills, upon U1030 about to
become mothers, wo were induced to make a trial of
them. My wifo was at that timo the mother of five
children, and had suffered the most tedious and ex--cruciating
pains during and after her confinement
of each. She had tried every means and taken
much medicine, but found little or no relief. She
commenced taking the Persian 23118 about thrco
months before her confinement (her health being ve
ry poor about this length of time previous) and in a
nli,Mi I I'M I iij .1 in.'wtiwBriv
ihe cares of a mother to hur family until her con
finement. At tho timo sho commenced taking tho
Persian Pills, and for several weeks picvious, she
was afflicted with a .dty hard cough, and frequent
severe cramps, whigtrthe use of the i'llls cntiroly
removed before u3mg half a box. It is with the
greatest confidence that wo advise all those about to
become mothers to make use of the Persian Pills.
"All those that have taken them in our neighbor
hood have got along in the same easy manner, and
ro about the house in a few days. There docs not
'appear to be half the danger of other dangers setting
in after confinement, where theso Pills are taken.
We unitedly say,!et none neglect taking them, for
they are in tho reach of tho poor as well as the" rich.
"We are truly thankful that there js a remedy which
females can easily procure which tends to lessen the
"world of suffering, which many of them havo to bear,
and perhaps save tho lives of thousands which would
otherwise be lost.
' ' Rochester, May 14, 1838; corner of Callidonian
square, Edinburg street; for further particulars seo
" 8. RonyiiTj!,
Axx 0. Robirts,
RocuESTEn, 8cpt. 24, 183C,
Messrs. E. Chase & Co.
-1 think it my duty to let you know what a treat
cure your Pills have performed on mo I had been
sick about 7 years about S years and a half con-
finod to my bed. I had been given over a3 incurable,
with Consumption.by 'twelve plftsiciapH of the first
standing; my lungs were seriously affected-. I had
3 ulcerB gather and break; my cough was dry and
iiurou most oi ma iimc; ray uver was mucn swollen,
and my stomach very dyspeptic. I had chills, fever,
'and night sweat, accompanied with extreme iriita-
blcnces of tho nervous system, and other difficulties
wmcu l lorpear to mention. Alter I was given over,
2 triced almost all medicines which were advertised,
hut to no advantage, until I tried vour Vccetable
Persian Pills. I began to gain in a short time after
I commenced taking them; nd, to be brief, beforo I
took 3 boxes, I was alio to ride out and to take con
siderable exercise, and at this timo I enjoy good
health, and am able to do good day's work. If any
noe wishes a more particular history of my suffer
irigs,,he may call on me, at the corner of Alain and
Fits Cohsd The undcrsicrncd hercbv certify.
that wo arc the Parents of two children who have
ceen alluded with fit more or less from their infan
cy, and that wehavo spared no pains or exnensa in
-endeavoring to effect a:curc, but without any bene-
jiciai eiieci, uniii uearing ot ute Itcsurrcction or Per
plan, Pills, when four boxes were immediately
procured, and before three boxes were taken, the
in nau atmea m Jrcouciicy, and every Byiu
torn muctl improved, and now wo.aro happy to
state that our children by the use of the Persian
i'iUs, with the blessing ot Uod, are entirely cured.
and have' no eyrotom or oppearance of fits, will find
in tnc rersian mis a sure and period cure.
JOHN & MARTHA JOHNSONt
Canton N. Y, Dec. 10, 1837.
The above pills may bo had of the following a
gents John Moyor, Bloomsburg; H. Miller, Ur
wick; J. Cooper & Sons. Hazelton; 0. Hortman
Eapuytown,) John Rharpless, Cattawhwa; Lyman
Ezra Taylor, acent for tho tttiU of Pennsvlva
nia, miJlnjr ut Rochester, N. Y. to whom all orders
can bo juressw.
SAIISAPA111LLA BLOOD PILIM,
HOULD roccive n preference over all Pills hota
Firat liecntiun tbpv nro pnltinnted fit Vorrelahlo
extracts, free from minerals; and may bo taken at1
nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with
out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or
fear of taking cold.
Second Because they aro composed of such
medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all
the most celebrated and rcspectablo Physicians for
moro than a century past, in punlying tho illood
and Animal fluid of the body.
Third uecauso they may bo employed as a
mild or aetivo purgative, according to the quantity
taken, nnd their operation will not bo attended with
griping of tho bowels, sickness fit tho stomach,
prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced by
Fourth Bccauso they possess ft combined action,
not possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar
ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting
all impurities with which tho blood and fluids of
tho body may be ullctcd, and by their gently opera
tive effect, removing such impurities from the sys
Fifth Bccauso they arc the terror of Quacks
and Impostors, for most persons aro obliged to take
the Sarsaparilla Dlood Pills, after taking their vile
and dcstruc,ivo nostrums, to counteract and prevent
their mischicvons and baneful effects.
Sixth Bccauso they are tho only pills in which
Physicians havo mitrlcicnt confidence to recommend
to their patients, and employ in their practice, as
they know they are Anti Quack, Anti Mcrcural,
Ami Billious as well as a good and safe purgative
and purifier of tho Blood and Animal Fluids.
Seventh and last But not the least important,
be because they are prepared by a regular Apothe
cary and Ph sician, attested oy Drs. Physic, Hor
ner, Chapman, Dewees, James, Gibson, Jackson,
Coxc, Hare, &c, &c, which alone is sufficient to
entitle them to great confidence.
Certificates and Recommendations from Physi
cians and others accompany the directions around
ICfPrice Tioenty Five Cents a BoxJZi
Prepared only and sold Wholesale and Retail at
Dr. LEIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 191 North
Second st., a few doors below Vino street, Philadcl-,
phia, also, sold by
J. Gilbert & Co., North Third street above Vine
G. S. Clemens, do 3d do do Wood st.
J. R. Smith & Co. do 2d do next the lied
Lion, and all respcctablo Wholesale and Retail
Druggist's in Philadelphia.
They are also sold by:
J. F. Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. Rohrer, do do
W. Ebermsn Litis.
J. W. Oakly, Reading. -J.
B. Mozer, Allentown.
P. Pomp, Easton. '
And tho principal Merchants and Drugists in the
For sale at the Health Emporium Bloomsburg
by D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
Uloomsburg July, 13, 183U. 11.
COMMUNIC A.TION. How few they are that
happen to be afflicted with Coughs or Colds
pay attention to them. How many thousands from
such neglect shorten their days, and hasten their fi
nal dissolution. Parents neglect them in thcirchil
.drtnutni), jlnisXa-thaJiiiindatiori fntCnniumn. !
lion, andhundrcds of parents annually follow their
own children to the grave, having died Irom some
affections of the Brest and Lungs, which weje neg
lected in their firitjBtagcu.
Coughs and Colds, whether existing among yonns
or old, ought at all times be attended to early, and
not suffered to continue any length of time, for the
Lungsonce affected ,discHso soon makes rapid strides,
ending in thcmostfatal of all diseases, namely Con
sumption. JJu. UEUI1TE1T3 PULMONARY PRESER
VATIVE for Coughs, Colds, Catauhs, Influenzas,
Shortness of Breath, Whooping Cough, Pain in
the Breast or Side, all affection of the Brcaet and
Lungs, and arrest of approachinsg Consumption, is
tho most popular medicine used throughout all uer
many is becoming equally popular in the United
states, and has cst.iblinhed for itseir a reputation
not possessed by any other medicine for the same
clasi of diseases. (See certificates and recommen-
dationslrom Parents, Physicians, and others, accom
paning the directions.) It is a preparation perfect
ly sale and harmless, pleasant to the taste, and may
bo given to the yodngest infnt. , It is warranted
free from mercury and the minerals, and is a prepar
ation ol a regular Apothecary and rhysician, attes
ted by Drs. Physic, Chapman, Gibfon. Jackson,
Horner, Dewees, Coxe, James, ice. a circumitance
alone sufiicicnt to induce a trial of it
Dr. N. 11. Leidy, Proprietor of the above medi
cine, confidently recommends it to all, and amuires
all most positively that it is an invaluable medicine
and would not himself recommend it, but for it,
Prepared only arid for saloWholesale and Retail at
Dr. LEIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 191 North
rsocond street a tew doors below Vine street, Plula-
adelphia also, sold by
J. Gilgcrt & Co., North Thi'd street above A'ine,
G. S. Clemens, do 3d do doWooV st.
J. K. Smith fc Co. do 2d do next the HeJ
Lion, and by all respectable Wholesale and Retail
JJruggists in Philadelphia.
They aro sold by:
J. F Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. Rohrer, do do.
W. Ebcrman Litii.
J. W. Oakley, Reading.
For sale at the Health Emporium Bloomsburg
"7 U. a. TUIIIA8, Agent
TTN pursuance of tho Constitution of the Com
JS. monwealth of Pennsylvania Notice is hereby
given by the subscribers, citizens of said Common
wealth, that they and others, will ninko application
to the next l.eglsiuturo, for the creation of a corpo
trato Body with Banking and discounting privileges,
oi ino nameu ana styio oi tne
Fanners and Mechanics Bank of Colum
to be located at such site or placo within said Coun
ty of Columbia, as shall be fixed upon by Com'
miuioncr appointed in such manner as the Legis
lature shall direct for fixing tho location of said
Bank, and with a capital of two hundred thousand
dollars. Said corporate body to bo created for tho
object of securing to the citizens of tho Common
wealth, and of the Courdjr of Columbia, the bene
fit! ot a banking Institution, with the rights, pow
crs and privileges el the Bank of Northumberland
A. B. SIIUMAM,
4 E, CRA.IG.
" The life of the jltsh is in the Mood"
sosailh the scriptures. Lovilicus c. xvii
iR. LEIDY'S BLOOD PILLS. What bottcf
jyijS'lhan Scripture testimony can wo have of llid
fioof tho flesh depending upon tho condition ol
no uiaou ( it impure or uiccascu, ma ncsii nius
of courso bo diseased thereby, and tho wholo sys
tem partake of such disease. If the doctrine bo true,
and there is not d doubt of it (for it is a fact occco
ded to by all, that the scriptures, aro truo beyond a
doubt,) then it behooves us to guard against the
consequences of such impurities, and thus prescrvo
tho llcsh henlthy. If the llceh bo healthy, consti
tuting as it does the principal portion of tho human
fody, then must the whole body bo healthy.
In vegetables onh can wo find tho medicine vhcrp-
by all impurities of tho blood may bo removed.
Upwards of one hundred years cxpcricnco of the
most celebrated, the wisest andbcM physicians havo
proved certain vegetables to possess purifying proji-'
crtiee. These vegelnblcs will not hero bo named,
and Dr. Leidy wishes to remunerate himself, and
profit by the long, laborious, and costly experiments
ncceepary to be made, that the active principles of
thoAC vegetables might bo retracted and reduced to
such form as makes them easy, safo and pleasant to
Theso vegetables aro contained in the justly cel
ebrated Blood Pills, mnnufniitureil only by Dr. N.
iemy, a regular uruggmi ana I nysicmn, aiiesion
by Drs. Physic, Chapman, lacksoi , Horner, Gibson
l3cwcc3, JamcK, Hare, Cox, Ac.
I ho above Pills may bo employed ea a mild or
active purgative. Their action is easy, and may be
employed by all persons under nil circumstances.
They will at all times be found serviceable, when
the least f-icknest is present. They require no
change of diet, restraint from occupation, or fear of
taking cold from their use. They are daily prescrib
ed by numerous physicians; certificates of the fact
accompany the directions. They are the moat affec
tive purifier of the blood andtothcr fluids of the hu
man body ever discovered. Persons having once
used, will ever aftei, as occasion may acquire, have
rcsourso to them.
Price Twenty Five Cents a box.
Sold by all resectable Drusrsists and Merchanst
throughout the Union, and in tins city only at
Dr. Lcidy's Health Emporium, Second street be
J. R. Smith Sc Co.'s 2d t, near tho Red Lion.
J. Gilbert & Co.'s 3d abovo Vine.
C. Clemens' North 3d above Wood.
F. Klett's 2d and Callowhilj.
For Ealo at "tho lTeftlth Emporium Bloomsbura
by D. 8. TOBIAS Agent.
Bloomsburg July, 13, 1839. 11.
POItTABJ,E HORSE POWER
nSTCHE Subscribers take this method of informing
Ji their friends, thnt they continue Manufactur
ing ThrcaMnx rWnrAiiJs and l'ortablt iorne
I'otvern, on the niort improved plans, made of the
best materials and in the most workmanlike man-
no.and.lvbich th-y-wi" unt lo.Uml -rrltl, fare
tifage, and not injure the grain by breaking it.
Thcy have euroestted all others whero they havo
been introduced, in Pennsylvania, Virginia and
H'firalU'fl FateEsa Smtnf,
CHAIN HUI.MNG IVIACH5KE,
finproved. An article of creat utility to Millers
for cleansing the grain for preparing it for ilouring.
Theso machines are nmnufac.iiml of out and
wrought Iron, and art- uppoed to last an 'hundred
years. They are in general use in the slato of New
l oiK anil in part ot Pennsylvania.
and all kinds of MaelHncn, cast and fitted up.and
all sorts of
kept on hand, and fold by wholesale. All of which
will be fold on the most reasonable terms, by
LEWIS II. MAUS&Co.
Uloomsburg, May 25, 1829. 3ml
Emporft&iat to farmers.
AUSTIN & MYEH3,
Selins Grove, Union County, Pa.,
WILL be kept constantly on hand, for sao by
uiiiAitiiCis uuttUbUK, jjioomsimre.
Tho above Mills nro a superior article of tho kind
and no farmer fhould bo without ono, Several far
mers in Bloom township will testify in their favor
irom actual uso,
IS&T. CAB2EHT ?5"SrJEHS,
French EShctaaaiatism Doctor
Informs the public that he has returned to Bloom
burg, alter an absence since April last, and can bo
found at the Hotel of Daniel Snydcr.whero he will
bo at all times ready to attend to patients who are
afilictcd with Rheumatic pains in tho limbs or body.
.uioomsuurg Aug. a, isau. 14
Against the World for good Mill-Stones
and Boiling Cloths.
MILLERS wishing tho above articles, are
requested to call and examine my Stoek
at Danville, Columbia County, Pa,, or at Lew
isiowu.on ino juniatia.
Daiiville, May SO, 1830.
a xfjp establishment,
upon an old Foundation.
55IH Subscriber hereby announces
to his friends and tho miblie. that lie
has purchased that old and well known
COACH AND DEARHORN WAGON
lately owned and occupied by STOUFER
5- HARTMAN, situated in Bloomsburg,
Columbia County, whero ho lias com
menced, III o business, and intends to carry
it on in all its bratiehesi
He will shortly have a number n elegant
light BUGGIES and DEARHORNS, of
various pattern, finished lor sale; and will
Stasre Coaches, Coaches, Coitchce,s,Oig'gs,
Sulkies, Huggies, Dearborn Wagons,
Sleighs, ij-c. iyc. c. $c,
of every variety of pattern to order, on
fCT Repairs of all kinds will be prompt
ly attended to
He also manufactures ELIPTIC and
other CARRIAGE SPRINGS, and will
warrant them to be equal to any mado in
As he has made arrangements for pro
curing the best ti'aterial, anil will employ
none but first rale workmen, ho hopes to
be able to turn out good work, and thereby
obtain the confidence of those who may
furnish themselves from his shop.
Orders from a distance respectfully soli
cilcd. ZlllA RUGGLES.
Bloomsburg, Juno 4, 1830. 0 If.
njfUILMK Tinmen aro tnnwiy particulars, on an
Jjj. cntirtly new plan, and their advantages o or
all other Truwc, hive brrn attested not only tho
most respectable of the medical faculty, but by tho
actual experiment of thoc afflicted with the disease
which they are intended to alleviate. Tho mobt
eminent Physicians upon an examination of this
Trus, are ko decided as to its mpcriority, that they
have clWifulIy iwd voluntarily given certificates to
the proprictm to be laid More public. For nalo by
I). S. Tobias Agent Health Emporiuin.
DOCT. VICKER'S EMBROCATION,
Art' alrriosf certain Cure,
Also, a quantity of
Just received and for sale by
TO THE PUBLIC.
Scml-tVccJily State Capitol Gazette!.
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brace this opportunity to return their sincere thanks
to their friends and the public, for tho very ilicral
patronage which thov aro pleated to havo it in their
power to say, has thus far been extended towards
them, and icspcclfully annonnco that tho future
courso or their journal shall bo bucIi as they trust
will continue to receive thfl confidence and support
of tho Democratic parly. Thoy nssuro tho public
urn no exertion on their part phall be wanting to
effect this object, and thry flatter theroaelvoi that
they will be able to render their paper euch a vehi
cle of usefnlnc?H and Information, as will not fail to
give entire satisfaction to ovcry friend of republican
The approaching session of the Legislature, will
unquestionably, bo ono of great and ununual inter
est. Tlicro has not, perhaps, l.ccn a time beforo,,
when the attention of the public was so much en
paged upon any ono subject ot itii at present upon
tho dcranifoment of the currency, nrrising from the
abusea'of banking; and as the deliberation of tho
ensuing Legislature, will in all probability be main
ly directed to this important subject, it cannot be
otherwise than that every thing wjiich trankpirea at
tho soat of government in relation thereto, will bo
eagerly cought after. With these considerations in
view, the undersigned havo made ample arrange
ments for laying before their readers full reports of
tho proceedings iu both brandies of the State Le
gislature, toguthpr with tho speeches of members,
roports, and other matter which they think will bo
interesting. Iu addition 10 this, it h tho intention
of tho undersigned to employ abb correspondent at
the seat of the gencrol government, by which means,
they will be able, also, to place in their scmi-wcck-ly
sheet early reports of tho deliberation of Con
gress. The presidential contest of 1810 is rapidly ap
prouching. Tho flag at our mast-head Indicates
fully the courso wo intend to pursuo in the relation
to this great question; and as wo Invo already given
our opin on at length, on this subject, In a former
prospectus, wo deem in need Ira at present to tiro
our readers, by going oer tho samo ground. Suf
fico it to say, that wo shall givo our united support
and energies towards the rc-clcction)of present ablo
Chief Magistrate of tho Union, and 'our humllo aid
in behalf of establishing a Constitutional Trcasu-
STATE CAPITOL GAZETTE will bo
published twico a week durinir the slttimrs nf ibn
Legislature, und onro a week for the remainder of
ot tno car, at the following prices ;
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sending Ui five good Aubeeribcts, shall bo siitllled to
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Hamsburg, October 20, 1838.
TO THE PritlT.u?
vu..tt ..iu ujinuuKiiiug nation, oi the lecMii
turo, dio KiTrsToHK rtill, as usual, bo published
rwicr. a wxtn; and contain full reports of tho pro.
cecdings in bbth brandies of tho legislature, inclu."
ding the speeches of ihembern, lcgiulolivo reports
&c. For this purpose, tlib cdltbrs will liavo com'
nctcnt reporters in both hotiecs of
oj; well as at,Wathinglon city, thus enabling thcra
to furnish not only a complete report of tho proceed
ings of our own legislature, but also of tho arx
proaching session ofCongrcss. Having mado ant;
plo arrangements for tho bestowal of ikchehid
attention to tho legislatlvo 'department bf theif
newspaper, they cherish tho comiction, that the
will render entire eatisfadtion in this respect not
only to tho members of the legislature, but tdft
reading community generally.
As it is more than probable, that tho albangrossi
ing subject of the derangement Of the currency uni
dcr which tho community, snotv laboring, anrjthd
condition of tho several bonklnc institutions of our
state, will constitute tunics of i-pccdy legislative
action, tho proceedings of tho approaching icssioir
will b fraught with unusual interest, and render rl
paper publUhcd at tho scat government, which be
stows upon them constant ntlention, a vehicle of
intclligouco "most devoutly wishcdl"
Wo would also call to tho minds bf our readers
that tho grbat Presidential contest of 1840 is apr
proaching With sapid stiide, which is 10 decide,
whether our National Government shall cehtinatf
to be administcted upon tho truly republican prim
ciplcs of its present illustrious head,' Martin Van
Huron, or whether the reigns of power shall bo
committed to tho hands of ultra federalists and
friends of a great and blighting monopoly in tho
shape cf a National Bank. Tho Kcystono, being
indissolubly wedded to tho support of the republic
can causd, will in this momentuoua conflict, battlo
manfully on tho side of Van Buren and n Con
stitutional Trcanury, and contribute its mito to the"
advancement and ultimata triumph of tho demo--cratlc
cause. Wo shall continue unceasingly to
expose the dangerous hcrcsicti of the Federalists
and advocates of on overpowering inonicd monopo
ly, and spare no exertions, to render tho "Kcy
stono" an effectivo wcopon in the bunds of tha
Democracy of the Slate and Union.
Grateful for the liberal patronage; hitherto bc
towed upon them by tho community a patronage,
which has given the "Keystono".a circulation bc-i
yond that of any utlicr paper at tho teat of govoni-
mcnl they look forward with confidence to its
continuance, and will sparo neither timo nor1 labor
to moko it deserved,
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session of the Legislature, and onco a week for
tho remainder of the year $3,00
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twico a week 2,00
All Postmasters, and other Democratic citizens'
Are requested to rccieVo and forward subscriptions
A new and invaluablo Mc$ciuc fot all dicieasta
arising from impuriticsf)f?jth.a blood morbid secre
tion ofthc liver and Etoirjach. Also, a substitute
for calomel, as a chathartlc in Fevers and ail billions
riicse popular pills combining a newly discov
ered Alkaline substanco eitrnctcilXtom tho TOMI
TO PLANT, with other vegetable imbalances
which havo been found to modify and diffuso its ef
fects, aro believed to be tho best Altcratw oud Ca
thartic Modicine ever discocrcd.
For ordinary family physic they are uni
versally approved, as the best ever ofiered.
A full account of this Mcdicir.o, and nu
merous' certificates from physicians and
others, accompany each box.
Just received and for salo at tho neiv
Drug Store by J- MOYER, Agent.
TTTOR removing spots from Woolen, Linen an!
yi ' Cotton Cloths, of every description of goods,
fiis excellent for washing fine linens, and also to
euro all borts of wounds, contusions, burns, chil
blains, ringworms, and tetters, particularly Wounds
on horses, It cruses freckles, gives a fine and
Htriooth skin, preserves the hair and makes it grow;
and is excellent for shaving. Matiufacturcd by JA
COB LENTZ. For sale by
J. R. MOYER.
Bloomeburg, Juno 22, 1830.
READER If you dont believe that Doet, LEI'
DY'S SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PI p-LS are no
the best PilWthat ccr enmo before tho public, I ad
viao you to ask thoo persons who have tried them
and such you will finl hundreds and hundreds in
this neighborhood, who havo tried for many years
nil kinds of medicines, and could get no relief untilt
they got tho Blood Pills. Tlio subscriber since he
waffuppointcd Agent for tho Pills, ho has sold 900
Boxes, and that is in less than two years. Butdcsr
friends, be careful what you buy. Tho world is
full of counterfeits especially of the Blood Pills.-
None nro genuino that ore offered for sale, without
a certificate pf appointmcn ns Agent frm N. B'
Leidy. For sale in llloomsbuig by
I). S. Tobias Agent Health Emporium.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at BloomsburtJ'
at the ond of tho quarter ending on tha
autn nay oi acpicmbei lbS'J.
David M. Davis,
Aaron I). Guild
Miss Maria Pott-
ri. a...:, i. -
Susanna or Peter Heller. E. Snuire,.
Hister Halftick, Jesso Shcllliammerf
Patterick llano, ' Mrs. Maria Stoller,
Paul Hanldeman, Miss Mavina Snyderr
John Jacoby, Oliapntitil Smith,
George Knafman.Esq. Jacob Woolaverl
Joseph M'Glure, Georso Zeigler,
11- Needlmm, 1 B. RUPERT, P. M.
Oct. 1, 1830.
Those inquiring for any of the above let
tors will plcaso say'it in advertised.