The Columbia Democrat. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1837-1850, December 14, 1839, Image 4

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CJcrrtnon to TnEllTonx.Bni'mtTn's.EviVs
kjlKDiAN PonoATiri. the Matctilkss (priced)
Sajtatite, or any other pills or compound before
tb public, as certified to by Physicians and others.
Let none condemn them until they have tried
mem, ana then we are certain they will not.
It Is nov n settled point with nil who have used
ino vcgctablo reman rills that they are pte-emi'
nently the best and most efficacious Family Mcdi
ewe that has yet been used in America. If every
family could brcomc ncauaintcd with their Sovcr-
ign power over disease, they would keep them and
be prepared with a sure remedy to apply on the first
appearance of disease, and then how much distress
would be avoided and money saved, as well as the
lives of thousands who are hurried out or tunc by
neglecting disease in its first stages, or by not being
in possession or a remedy which they can place de
pendence upon.
The Jtcsurreclion, or Persian Pills.
The name of these pills orginatcd from the cir
cumstance of the medicine being found only in the
ccmetarirs of Persia. This vegetable production
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments as to
ita medicinal qualities and virtues. In half a cen
tury it became an established medicine for the dis
eases of that country. The extract of this sinzu-
lar production was introduced into some parts of Eu
rope in tneycar noJ, and used by many celebrated
i'nysicians in curing certain diseases, where all oth
er medicine hus been used in vain. Early in the
year 171)3, the extract was combined with a certain
vegetable medicine imported from Dura Baca, in
the East Indies, and formed into 1'ills. The, admir
able effect of this compound upon the human sys
tem, lea pnysucans, ana lamilics into its general
use. 1 heir long established character their univer
sal and healing virtues, the detergent and cleansing
qualities of their specific action upon the glandular
part of the system, are such as willsustain their re
putation and general use in the American Repub
I certify that I have, by way ol experiment, used
the Hygean, and most of the various kinds ol Pills,
jn my practice, which have borne the highest repute
in the public estimation, that have been offered for
sale in this vicinity for the last live yeais, including
those called the Resurrection or Persain Pills; and
the public may rest assured that none among the
whole catalogue, has answered a better purpose, as
an easy and effectual remedy, than the Resurrection
r Persian Pills, in jnost cases of disease.
CiiAnLts Backus, M. D.
Rochester, N. Y.Scpt. 21, 1837.
Messrs. E. Chaio & Co. Gents. Hearing
touch said about the extraordinary effects of the
Resurrection or Persian i'ills, upon those about to
become mothers, we were induced to make h trial of
them. My wife was at that time the mother of five
children, and had auffcied the most tedious and ex
cruciating pains during and after her confinement
ef each. She had tried every means and taken
touch medicine, hut found little or no relief. She
commenced taking the Persian 'ills about three
months beforo her confinement (her health being ve
ry poor about this length of time previous) and in a
short time she was enabled by their use to attend to
the cares of a mother to hir family until her con
finement. At the timo she commenced taking the
.Persian Pills, and for several weeks picvious, she
wis afflicted with a d'y hard cough, and frequent
eveie cramps, which the use of the Pills entirely
temoved before using half a box. It is with the
greatest confidence that we advise all those about to
become mothers to mike use of the Persian Pills.
All those that have taken them in our neighbor
hood have got along in tho same easy manner, and
are about the house in a few days. There docs not
appear to be half the danger of other dangers setting
in after confinement, where these Pills are taken.
We unitedly say , let none neglect Liking them, for
they arc in the reach of the poor as well as the rich.
We are truly thankful that there is a remedy which
females can easily procure which tends to lesson the
world of suffering, which many of them have to bear,
and perhaps save the lives of thousands which, would
therwise be lost.
Rochester, May 14, 183S; corner of Callidonian
aquaro, Edinburg street; for further particulars see
A.vjr O. Hon erts.
RncniSTEn, Sapt. 2-1, IS3B.
Messrs. E. Chase &' Co.
I think it my duty to let you know what a great
cure your Pills have performed on me I had been
ick about 7 years about 2 years and a half con
fined to my bed. I had been given over as incurable,
with Consumption, by twelve physicians of the first
standing; my lungs were seriously allccteci; I bad
3 ulcers gather and break; my cough was dry and
harsh most of the time; my liver was much swollen,
and my stomach very dyspeptic. I had chills, fever,
and night sweat, accompanied with extreme iruta
bleness of the nervous system, and other difficulties
which I forbear to mention. After I was given over,
I tried almost all medicines winch were advertised,
hut to tio advantage, until I tried your Vegetable
Persian Pills, I began lo gain in a short time after
J commenced taking them; and, to lc brief, before I
took 3 boxes, I was able to ride out and to take con
siderable exercise, and at this time I enjoy good
fcealth, and am able to do good day's work. If any
rtoe wishes a more particular history of my suffer
ings, he may call on me, at the corner of Main and
Clinton-streets, Rochester.
Fits Cored The undersigned hereby certify,
that we are the Parents of two children who have
peen afflicted with fits more or less from their infan
cy.snd that we have spared no pains or expense in
ndeavoring to effect a cure, but without any bene
ficial effect, until licurmg of the Insurrection or Per
sian Pills, when four boxes were immediately
procured, snd before three boxes were taken, the
fits had abated in frequency, and every svm
lom much improved, and now we are happy to
itate that our childjcn by the use of the Persian
Pills, with the blessing of God, are entirely cured,
ml have no symtom or appearance at tits, will find
in the Persian Pills a sure and perlect cure.
Canton N. Y. Dec. 10, 1837.
The above pills may he had of the following t
tents John Mover. Bloomsburg; II, Miller, Ber
wick; J. Cooper &. Sons, Hazelton; C. Hortraan,
Espeytown; John Sharpless, Cattawisaa; Ljrnan
totjolrs, Danville.
Ezra Taylor, affect for he State of Pennsylva-
pit residing at Rochester N. Y. to whom all orders
M adirtssed,
HOULD receive nprcfcrcnco over all Pills now
in existence:
First Because they &ro composed of Vegetable
extracts, free from minerals; and may be taken nt
all times with perfect safety by young. and olil, with
out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or
Icarot taking cold.
Second Bccauso they are composed of such
medicinal extracts, as have been employed by nil
the most celebrated and respectable Physicians lor
more than n century past, in putilying tho Mood
nnd Animal fluid or the body.
Third Because they, may be employed as a
mild or active purgative, according to the quantity
taken, and their operation will not be attended with
griping of tho bonds, sickness at the stomach,
prostration of tho system, &c, ps ore produced by
other pills.
Fourth Because they possess a combined action,
not possessed by any other pills, mixtuic or prepar
ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting
all impurities with which tho blood ami fluids of
the body may be uu"clcd, and by their gently opera
tive effect, removing such impurities from the sys
tem. Fifth Because they arc the terror of Quacks
and Impostors, for most persons lire obliged to take,
tho Sars.ip.irilla Blood Pills, after taking their vile
and destructive nostrums, to counteract and prevent
their mischievous and baneful effects.
Sixth Because they nro the only pills in which
Physicians have sufficient confidence to recommend
to their patients, and employ in their practice, ns
they know they are Anti Quack, Anti Mcrcural.
Ami Billious as well as a good and safe purgative
nnd purifier of tho Blood and Animal Fluids.
seventh and lat But not the least important,
bo bccauso they arc prepared by n regular Apothe
cary and Pin sician, attested ny Drs. Physic, Hor
ner, Chapman, Dcwces, James, Gibson, Jackson,
Coxc, Hare, &c, fee., n hich ulone is sufficient to
entitle them to great confidence.
Certificates and Recommendations from Physi
cians anil others accompany tho directions around
each box.
icy Price Twenty Five Cents a DoxJDl
Prepared only and sold Wholesale and Retail at
Dr. LEIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 101 North
Second St., a few doors below Vine street, Philadcl-.
phia, also, sold by
J. Uilbert & uo., worth J mrd street above vino
G. S. Clemens, do 3d do do Wood st.
J. R. Smith & Co. do 2d do next the Red
Lion, and all respectable Wholesale and Retail
Druggist's in Philadelphia.
They are also sold by:
J. F. Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. liohrer. do do
W. Ebcrman Litiz.
J. W. Oakly, Reading.
J. B. Mozer, Allentown.
P. Pomp, Easton.
And the principal Merchants and Drugisls in the
Uniied States.
For sale at the Health Emporium Blonmsburg
by D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
Bloomsburg July, 13, 1839. 11.
COMMUNIC VriON. How few they sre that
happen to bo atllicted 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 their chil
dren, and thus form the fouuuatiou for Consump
tion, nnd hundreds of parents annually follow their
own children to the grave, having died from some
affections of the Breatand Lungs, which wcje neg
lected in their first stages.
Coughs and Colds, whether existing among young
or old, ought nt all times be attended to early, nnd
not sulk red to continue any length of time, for the
Lungsoncc affeclcd,dncaoBoon makes rapid strides,
ending in the most fatal of all diseases, namely Con
Da. BliUIl J ISK'8 ruliMUIv AKY 1'UJiSlili-
VATIVE for Coughs, CoUli, Cntairhs, Influenzas,
Shortness ot Breath, Whooping Cough, Pain in
the Breast or Side, nil ancction ol the Breast and
Lungs, and arrest of approachinsg Consumption, is
the most popular medicine u.-cd throughout all Ger
many is becoming equally popular in the I'nileU
States, and has established for itself a reputation
not possessed by any other medicine for the same
class of diseases. (Sec certificates and recommen
dations from Parents, Physicians, and others, accom-
paning the directions.) It is a preparation perfect
ly safe and harmless, pleasant to tho taste, and may
be given to the youngest mljnt. It w warranted
free from mercury and tho minerals, and is a prepar
ation of a regular Apothecary and Physician, attes
ted by Drs. Physic, Chapman, Gibson. Jackson,
Horner, Liewces, Uoxe, James, fee. a circumstance
alone sufficient to induce a trial of it
Dr. N. B. Lcidy, Proprietor of the above mcdi-
cine, confidently recommends it to all, and assures
all most positively that it is an invaluable medicine
and would not himself recommend it, but for it,
known efficacy.
Prepared only and for saleW liolcsalc ami Hetail at
Dr. LEIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 101 North
Socond street n few doors below Vine street, I'hila
adelphia also, sold by
J. uilgert & Uo., jSorlliTm-d street anove Vine.
G. S. Clemens, do 3d do doWooi' st,
J. R. Smith oV Co. do 2d do next the Ited
Lion, and by all respectable Wholesale and Retail
Druggists in I'hiladclphia.
They are sold by:
J. F Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J, W. Rolucr, do do.
W. Ebcrman I.itiz.
J. W. Oakley, Reading.
For sale at the Health Emporium Bloomsburg
by D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
TTN nursuancs of the Constitution of the Com
monwcalth of Pennsylvania Notico is hereby
given hy the subscribers, cituens of said Common
wealth, that they and others, will make application
to tho next Legislature, for tho creation of a corpo
rate Body with Banking nnd discounting privileges,
of the named and stylo of the
Farmers and Mechanics Hank of Cohtm-
Out Vounli.
to be located nt such site or place within said Coun
ty of Columbia, ns shall be fixed upon by Com
missioners appointed in such manner as the Legis
lature shall direct for fixing' the location of said
Bank, and with a capital of two hundred thousand
dollars. Said corpmate body to bo created for the
object of securing to the citizens ot the Uoinmon
wealth, and of the County ef Columbia, the bene,
fit. of a bankine Institution, with the rights, pow-
r and privilari f the Bank of Northumlerlanii
"7lie life of theflcnh is in the blood
so saith the tcripturis. Leviticus c. xvii
v. ii.
than scripture testimony cafi wc have of thi
ito ot tho i!uh depending upon tho condition o
ho blood 1 If impure or diseased, the flesh inus
of course be diseased thereby, nnd the whole- sys
tem partake of such disease. If the doctrine be true,
nnd there is not n doubl of it (for it is a fact accco
ded to by all, that the scriptures, nro true beyond n
doubt,) then it Lchoovea us to guard ngainst the
consequences of such impurities, nnd thus preserve
inc ncsii iienllliy. II the llculi be healthy, consti
tuting as it does tho principul portion of the human
vody, then must the whole body bo healthy.
In vegetables onlj can wo find the medicine where
by nil impurities of the blood may bo removed.
Upwards of one hundred years experienco of tho
most cclcbinted, the wisest and best physicians have
proved ceitain vegetables to posscsj purifying prop
erties. These vegetables will not here bo named,
and Dr. Lcidy wishes to remunerate himself, and
profit by the long, laborious, and costly experiments
necessary to bo made, that the actiie principles of
inoso vegetables might bo retracted and reduced to
such form as makes them easy, safe and pleasant to
no t:i Ken.
These vegetables arc contained in the justly cel
ebrated Blood Pills, manufantured only by Dr. N.
Lcidy, a regular Diuggist and Physician, attested
by Drs. Physic, Chapman, Incksol , Horner, Gibson
Dunces, James, Hare, Cox, fee.
The above Pills may bo employed as a mild or
active purgatne. 1 heir action is easy, nnd may be
employed by all pewons under all circumstances.
They will at all times be found serviceable, when
the least sickness is r.rescnt. Tliev renuire no
change of die , restraint from occupation, or fear of
laivirig com ironi their use. They are daily prescrib
ed by numerous physicians; certificates of the f.itt
accompany the directions. They are the most afl'ec
tivc purifier of the blood nnd other fluids of the hu
man body ever discovered. Persons having onco
used, will ever aftci, ns occasion may acquire, have
resoursc to them.
Price Twenty Five Cents a box.
Sold by all respectable Dru-rcists and Merebanst
throughout tho Union, and in this city only ct
Dr. Lcidy's Health Emporium, Second street be
low Vine.
J. R. Smith & Co.'s 2d st. near the Red Lion.
J. Gilbert ft Co.'s 3d abovo Vine.
C. Clemens' North 3d abovo Wood.
F.KIctt's Vd and Callowhill.
For talr at the 'Health Emporium Uloomsburir
I'y D. S. TOBIAS Agent.
Bloomsburg July, 13, 1S3'J.
Tltrcxhss:;; Machine,
ji their frieniN, tint they continue Manufactur-
; tw.i ..3 .... .....
nig MnrixiiH? .itati.uifH ana I'orfujir
I'twer, on the most improved pluns, nude of the
lest mateii:lls und ill ihp nint tvnr'.-nt!iii1ib. in-in.
ncr, and which they will wane nt to stand with fare
usage, ami not injure the grain by breaking it.
i iicy nave surpassed an ottirrs where they have
been introduced, in Pennsylvania. Vircinin nnd
North Carolina.
PrnM's FnicBtt Smut,
Improved. All article of trrerit niilitv t.i Millvm
(at cleansing Jhc grain for preparipg it for flooring.
Theso ni-ichinej arc nunufuc.ured of emst nml
wrought Iron, and are supposed to List an hundred
years. Tlwy are in general use in the state of New
I oik and in part of Pennsylvania.
and all kinds of tXachtnerg, cast and fitted up.and
all sorts of
EIOOjOW ware
kent on hand, and told bv wbolesnln. All .r uliinJ,
will be sold o the most reasonable term-, by
wis ii. maus it Co.
Moomsburg, May 85, 1830. 3in4
Important to Farmers.
Selins Grove, Union County, Pa.,
WILL bo kept constantly on hand, for salo by
The abovo Mills am a superior article of the kind
and no farmer should bo without one. Sirnl f ir.
mers in Bloom township will testify in their favor
tro in actual use,
August 3,
French ISItcuitctlism Koctor,
From Heading,
Informs tho public that he has returned to Bloom
burg, after an nbsence since April last, and can bo
found nt the Hotel of Daniel Snyder.whero ho will
be nt all times ready to attend to patients who are
afflicted with Rheumatic pains in tho limbs or body.
Bloomsburg Aug. 3, 1B30. 1 1
Jlgainst the lVorhl for good Mill-Stones
and llolting Cloths.
TSIjn.LEnS wishing tho above articles, are
lv.H. request to calj and -xamine my Stork
nt Danville, CohunJl County, Pa., or at Lew
istown, on the Junintla.
Ukvji!e, Hsj ZA, 1835,
la il'IIS Subscriber hereby announces
tn Ins friends nntl the public, that I
has purchased that old and well known
lately owned and occupied by STOUFEJl
y Ji.'K J il.fli', situated in isloninsuuro-,
Columbia 'Jounty, where he has com
menced the business, and intends to carry
it on in all its branches.
lie will shortly have a number of elegant
various patterns, finished for sale; and will
Slasre Coaches, Coaches, Coachcr.SfGizes,
P.. II.!-.. It rt r-
uuiikius,inrgic.i, jjcuwom UgOtlS,
Sleighs, S,-c. iyc. fyc. tyc.,
- I ... e .
oi cTcry variety oi pattern lo oruer, on
short notice.
IcyHepairs of all kinds tvill be prompt
ly attended lo
lie also manufactures ELIPTIC and
ot'ier CARRIAGE SPRINGS, and wi
. .i . i - , . . .
wiiii.iiii uieui to do equal to any mauc in
this country.
A I. I 1 .
vin iiu nas mauc arrangements lor pro
curing tne nest n-ntenal, and will employ
none but first rate workmen, he hopes to
oeatite to turn out cooil work, and thereby
obtain the confidence of those who may
furnish themselves from his shop.
Orders from a distance respectfully soli
Bloomsburg, Juno 4, 183P. 0 tf.
f gnllKSG Tiuasesnrc inmauy paiticulars, on an
XL entirely new pUn, and their advantages over
nil other 1 tusscs, hive l-ee:i .altvstif: not onlv the
most respectable of the medical fixultv, but by the
actual eipeiiiiienlof thoe ufilicled with the disea..,
which they fie intended to alleviate. The mo-,t
eminent Physicians ujuin n eiuiniiulion of this
J russ, are so decided as to it superiority, that they
have cheerfully and koluntarily giv;n certiorates to
the proprietors to l laid before public. For ssle by
D. S. Tobias Jlgcnl Jhulth Emporium.'
An almont certain Cure.
Also, a quantity of
Just received and for by
August 24.
Seml-Wcctly Stale Capitol Gazette.
Tin proprietors of the Stste Ctnitol On fit cm.
bract.-thi t opportunity to return their sincere thanks
to their fricndr .Kid the public, for the very itrra!
patronage which thev are pleaded to lime, it in their
power lo say, 1ms thus far been extended towards
them, and ipectfully announce that the future
course of their journal shall I such as they trust
will continue to receive the confidence and support
of the Democratic pirty. They aEiure the public
that no exertion on their part shall be wanting to
flfi-ct thin obj;ct, and they Ihlter themselves That
they will be nblo to render their paper such a vehi
cle of usefulness and information, as will not fail to
give entire salisfiction to eierv friend of republican
J he approaching session of the Legislature, will, bo one of nnd unusual inter
est. There ha not, perhaps, been a lime before,,
when the attention of the public was so much en
gaged upon nnv one subject as itii at present upon
the derangement of the currency, nrrising from the
utilises of banking; nnd as the deliberation of the
ensuing Legislature, will in all probability be main
Iv directed to this important subject, it cannot be
othcriiNc than that eiery thing which transpires nt
the scat of government in relation thereto, will be
eagerly sought nfler. With these considerations in
view, tho undersigned have made ample arrange
ments for laying before their readers full reports'of
the proceedings iu both branches of the Stale Le
gislature, together with the speeches of members,
reports, and other matter Uiich Ihcy think will bo
interesting. In addition to this, it ' t,0 intention
of tho undersigned to employ able correspondent at
tho seat of the- general which means,
hey will bo able, ah-o, to place in their bcmi-ivcek-ly
sheet early reports of thu deliberation uf Con
grcss. Tho presidential contest of 18-10 is rapidly ap
proaching. The Hag at our mast-head indicates
fully tho course wo intend to pursue in the relation
to this gicat question; nnd us we lmo already given
our opin on at length, on this subject, in n former
prospectus, wn deem in needless nt present to tiro
our readers, by going over the same ground. Suf
fire it to say, that wo shall givo our united support
nnd energies towards the- re-elcction'of prosent ablo
Chief Magistrate of the Union, and our humble aid
in behalf of establishing a Constitutional Treasu
ly. TERMS:
published twice n week diirina- ih .iiii,, r .i.
Legislature, nnd onco n week for the remainder of
oi uiejcar, nt ine lollowing prices:
The wholo year, 3 qq
The session only, (twice a week.) 2 00
Postmasters and others friendly to the Democrat
ic cause aro respectfully requested to receive and
forward subscriptions to this paper. Any'peisou
sending us five good subscribers, shall be entitled to
the sixth copy gratis.
j JLirtisburg, October SO, 1833,
TO'Ttol VCtn.V3,
leg Ism tiveke rs'ro
During tho approaching session of the le-nab
turc, tho Keistone tvill, ns usual, bo pcllUheJ
twice a wtsn, and contain full leports ofthepjo.
eroding in both branch of tho legislntum, incltK.
ding tho speeches of members, IcgUlalfto reports
Ac. For this purpose, the editors will have com
f-etent reporters in both houses of our legislature,
n; wcll w nt Wnshlngton city, thus cnalling thsw
to furnirh not only a complete report of the proceed,
ings of our own legislature, but nlso of the or
preaching session ofCongrces. Hating made an
pic arrangements for the bestowal of iscitr.nKn
attention to tho legislative department of their
newspaper, they cheriuh the conviction, thnt they
will render entire sntisfadlion in this respect not
only to the members of tho legislature, but to tbF
reading community generally.
As it is moretlinn probable, that tho all-engross,
ing subject of the derangement of the currency un.
der which the community mow laboring, tnd tHi
condition of the scleral banking institutions ofouf
state, will constitute topics of speedy lcglslaliw
action, the proceedings of the approaching sCsslou
will ha fraught with Unusual interest, and render a
paper published nt the scat government, which be
stows upon them constant attention, a vehicle of
intelligence "most devoutly wished!"
We would also cull to the minds of our readers
that tho great Presidential conlct of 1840 is s
preaching with sapid stride, which is to decide,
whether our National Government shall continue
to be administered upon the truly reptiblicmi prin
ciples of its present illustrious head, Martin Van
Buren, or whether the reigna of power shall ht
committed to tho hands of ultra Federalists and
friends of n grent nnd blighting monopoly in tho
shape ef a Nulional Bank. Thu Kcj stone, being
indisiolubly wedded to the suppoit of tho rcputli
can cause, will in this nioniciituou conflict, battle
manfully on the side of Van Buren and a Con.
stitutioiial Treasury, mid contribute iti mite to tho
advancement and ultimate triumph of the demo
cratic cause. We shall continue unceasingly to
expose tho dangerous heresies of the Federalists
and ndvocutcs of an overpowering monicd monopo
ly, and spare no e.xcitinns, to render the "Key
stone" an ifieclito weapon in the hands of tbs
Democracy of the State und Union.
Grateful for the liberal pntronagu hitherto bes
towed upon them by the community a patronage,
which has given tho "Keystone" a circulation be
yond that of any other paper at tho scat of govern
ment they look forward with confidence to its
continuance, and will spare neither time nor litxv
to make it deserved.
For the Keystone yearly, twice a week, during rha
session of the I. egislatuie, nnd onco u week f
tho remainder of the year 3,0
During the b'esiion of the Legislature
twice a weel: J(00
All Postmasters, and other Democratic citizwu
ore requested to recicve and forward aubscriptlow
to us.
Compound Tomato
Entirely Vcgciabc,
A new and invaluable Medicine foi all diesctsea
atising from Impurities ef the blood moibid secre
tion of the liver and stomach. Also, a substitute
for calomel, as achatharticin Fevers and all billioui
These popular pills combining a newly discov
ered Alkaline substance extracted from the TOMA
TO PLANT, with other vegetable snb9tance
wlrich haie been found to modify nnd dilfusc its ef
fects, are believed to be the best Alteralivo and Ca
thartic Modicine ever discovered.
Tor ordinary family physic they are uni
versally approved, as tlifc best ever offered.
A full account of this Mcdicit.e, and nu
merous certificates from physicians anal
others, accompany eacli box.
Just received and for sale at the turf
Drug Sfore by J- AIOYEK, Agent.
Auk. 17.
drsri "W
fTJOR removing spots from Woolen, Linen and
BP Cotton Cloths, of every description of goods.
Ii is excellent for washing line linens, and also to
cure all sorts of wounds, contusions, burns, chil
blains, nugivoiins, and tetters, particularly wound
011 horses, It erases freckles, gives n fine and
smooth skin, preserves the hair mid makes it grow,
and is excellent forshaving. Manufactured by JA
COB LBA'TZ. For sale by
Bloomsburg, Juno 22, 1833.
READER If you dont belicie that Doct, LEI
the best Pills that ever came before the public, I ad
vitc you to ask thoe persons who hato tried them
nnd such you will tin 1 hundreds nnd hundreds in
this neighborhood, who have tried for ninny years
all kinds of medicines, and could get no relief until!
they got the Blood Pills. Tile subscriber since he
was appointed Agent for the Fills, he has sold 800
Boxes, nnd that is in less than two years. But Hear
friends, be careful what jou buy. The world i
full of counterfeits especially of the Blood Fills.
None nre genuine that are oilcrcd for sale, without
a rertilieato of appoiutmen ns Agent from N. B.
I.eiily, ! or sale in Bloomsbuig by
I). S. Tobias Agent Health Emporium.
Remaining in the Post Office at Bloomsburg
at the end of the quarter ending on tho.
30lh day of beptetnbei 1BUU.
Conrad Adams,
Noah Prentiss,
Grace Brewer,
Bernard Barbc,
Miss Maria Pott.
John I'eatt,
John Ranch,
Franklin Rupert,
John Robison,
William Stoufsr,
Joseph Summers,'
Samuel Slocks,
Samuel Bruglcr,
uharlcs Uocbler,
David M. Davis,
Mary Davis,
James Emmitt,
Aaron F11 liner,
Aaron D. Guild
Chester Smith,
Susanna or Peter Heller, E. Squire,
Ulster Ilalftiek, Jesse Shellhammer,
Patterick Ilune, Mrs. Maria SietleV,
Paul llaaldeman, Miss Mavina Snyder,
John Jacoby, Chapman Smith,
Oenriro kunlnian.Esn. Jacob Woo ever,
Joseph M'Clure, Grorpo Zeifler,
U- Necdham. B. RUPERT, P. M.
Oct. 1, 1839.
Those inquitjig for any of tho oborc letter-
will pleaee siy it u admuued,