The Columbia Democrat. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1837-1850, May 02, 1840, Image 4
SHVJ5.V ltV.1SO.VS IVZTV MR. LEIDY'S HARSAPARII.hA MOOD PILLH, (2OI0ULD receive u prcferenco over all Pill novf 3 in existence: t hit Because lliejr arc- composed of Vegetable extracts, free from lilincrats; und may lie taken at nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with out retraint from Occupation, temperate living, or irm ui tatting com, Socoml Uccause tlioy are composed of such medicinal extracts, as havn Wn Hho most celebrated and respectable rhvuiciana for Worn than a century paM, in purifying the Wood rind Animal fluid of the body. nn,i-i 11 .1 J . . . Third BccaUao tlinv m.ir tin rmnlnvnl n n 'tn .... ... . ... .. - iiiiu ur active purgative, according to tho quantity 'taken, and their operation will not be attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness nt tho stomach, prostration 01 mo system, 3cc. as aro produced by other pills. v : 3 Fourth Bccnuso they possess a combined action. not possessed by any other pills, mixtuio or prepar ation Whatever. Their first effect is in correcting all impurities with which tho blood and fluids of the body may bo afrctcd, and by their gently opera tive effect, removing such impurities from tho sys tem. i'lftrt 'Because they aro tho terror of Quacks and Imposters, for most persons are obliged to take tho Sarsaparilla Blood Pills, after taking their vile and destructive nostrums, to counteract and prevent mcir iuiscmcvons anu uanciui cuectSi Sixth Bocauso they aro tho only pills in which Physicians have sufficient oonfidenco to recommend to their patients, and employ in their practice, as they know they are Anti Quack, Anti Mcrcural, Anti BlUious as well as a good and safe purgative and punuer or the Ulflod and Animal Fluids. Seventh and last But not the least important, lie because they aro prepared by a regular Apothe, cory and Physician, attested oy Drs. Physic, Hor ner, Chapman, Dcwccs, James, Gibson, Jackson, 'Coxe, Haro, &c, &c, which alono is sufficient to entitle thorn to great confidence. Certificates and Recommendations from Phvei clans and others accompany the directions around cacn box, $CJ Price Twenty Five Cents a Boxjrji Prepared only and sold Wholesale and Retail at AJr. JiElDX'S Health Emporium, No. 191 North oocond et, a lew doors below Vino street, Fhiladel f)hia, also, sold by J. Gilbert & Co., North Third street above Vino, O. 8. Clomcns, do 3d do do Woodst J. Hi Smith & Co. do 2d do next tho Red I.ion, and all respectable Wholesale and Retail Druggist s in Philadelphia. They are also sold by: J. F. Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, J. W. Rohrcr, do do W. Eberman Iiitiz. 3. W. Oakly, Reading. J. B. Mozcr, AUcntown. P. Pomp, Etston. And tho principal Merchants apd SrUgisls in the Uniied States. Per Sale st the Health Emporium Bloomsburg y U. S. TUIJIAS, Agent. uioomsmrrg Jtuy, ia, iB3ti. 11 Ca,MMUNIC VPION. How few they are that Happen to bo afflicted with Coughs or Colds i'v uucuuou 10 mem. jiow many inousanus irom such nogtcct shorten their days, and hasten their fi- nal dissolution.. Parents neglect them in their chil dren, and thus form tho foundation for Consump 'i: 11 r . it j. .. .. lion, auu uunureas 01 parents annually louow their wn children to the grave, having died from somo 'affections of the Brest and Lungs, which weioncg- tccieu 111 tneir urst stages. Coughs and Colds, whether existing among young er old, ought at all times bo attended to early, and fiot suffered to continue any length of time, for the I ,.n. .(T.i-.1 .1: - -i : 1 . , . u mi.o wiimi nubUCUiUUCUno DUU11 luunua rttuiu DiriuCS, .-.n.lln,. .1 .1 T..1-I C ll .1! . l r. .,.uig iu vuuuiuatiuiaj ui uu uiAcuses, namely uon sumption. JDb. DECIITER'S PULMONARY PRESER VATIVE for Coughs, Colds, Catairhs, Inrluonzas, Diiortnessoi uream, vvnooping Uough, Fain in Hhe Breast or Side, all oiTcction of tho Breast and JLungs, and nrrcst of approachinsg Consumption, is uiuai jiuiuiar nieuicino useu tnrougnout all uer Iruny is becoming equally popular in the United States, and has established liof itself a reputation iiot possessed by any other medicine for the same wass 01 diseases. (Bee certificates and recommen dations from Parents, Physicians, and others, accom- Jianing tne directions. it is a preparation perfect y safe and harmless, pleasant to tho taste, and may ho given to the youngest infant. It is 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, Dcwocs, Coxe, James, &c. a circumstance alono sufficient to induce n trial of it Dr. N. II. Lcidy, Proprietor of the above medi cine, confidently recommends it to nil, and assures til most positively that it is an invaluable medicine and w&ulJ not himself recommend it, but for it, known efficacy. Prepared only and for saleWholcsalo and Retail at Dr. IiKIOY'S Health Emporium, No. 101 North Uocond street a few doors below Vino street, PhiJa sdelphia also, sold by J. Gilgert & Co., North Thl-d street obov oVino G. S Clemens, do 3d do doWooi'st J. K. Bmitn ac no. do 2d do noxt the Hn JJon, and by all respectable Wholesale In! relail irruggists in I'luladelphia. Thoy aro sold by: J. F Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, J. W. Rohrcr, do do. W. Eberman Litiz. J. W. Oakley, Readinc Tor sale at the Health Emporium Rtoomsbuhi. h D. S. TOBIAS, Agent. DR. PHELPII'S Compound Tomato PZLE.S, Entirely VegeiabU, A new and invaluable Medicino for all dfescascs arming irom impurities ot tho blood' morbid secre Hon of tho liver and stomach. Also, a substitute for calomol, as a cluthartic in Fevers and all billious ajwfases. These popular, pil(s combining a newly diseov ore! Alkaline substance extracted from tho TOMA- lv ruAii i , wlta other vegetable snbstance3 wiucn nave- been linind to modify and diffuse its ef fects, aro buJieved to be the brat Alterative and Ca thartic Modicine ever discovered For ordinary family nlivslc thev am nni. veraally approved, as the best ever offered. A roil aeponnt of this Medrcko, and nu 'mefous certificates from physicians and 'Others, accompany eacli box. Just received and for salo at the new Drug Siore by J; MOVER, Agent. , Avg. IT. the nfisunitecTioN on, PERSIAN P 1 1, 1, S cfsnion to Tiir.Hror.As,BnA!tDKTU,8,ETAa,B isuiAK 1'onoATiTi. tho Mi-rciiLtss fnr ccdi nr., . .1 ... v. - ' or any omcr puis or compound ticlor, the public, 03 certified to bv Plivslrisns nnd others I.ct none condemn them until they have tried them, and then wo oto certain they will not. It is now n settled point with nil who have used tlio Vcgctablo Persian. Pills that they nro pre-emi nently the best nnd most efficacious Family Medi "no tliat lias yet been used In America. If every iarmly could becomo acquainted with their Sover eirm Tmwir nvor Ainnr. it.nM ..m 1 .. .1.' 1 bo prepared with a suro remedy to apply on tho lirs appcaranco of disease; and then how much distress woum bo avoided and money saved, as well as tho lives of thousands who are hurried out of timo by J ncglccting disease in its first stages, or by not being in possession of a remedy which they can place dc- fuiiuuiice upon. 77e Jiesurreclion, or Persian Pills. The name of theso pills orginated from tho cir cumstance of tho medicine being found only in tho .uiiicuuirn ui j ersin. inis vegetable production being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments as to iui uitHiiunui qualities and virtues. Jn half a ccn tury it becamo an established medicine for tho di. cases of that country. Tho extract of this singu larprodnction was introduced into somo parts of Eu rope in the year 1783, and used by many celebrated 1 nv6icians in curing certain diseases, wliern n nth cr raedicino lias been used in vain. Early in tho .inn .1 . . J J mu extract was combined with a certain vcgctablo incdicino imported from Dura Baca, in uiu iiust uiuics, anu iormcd into Pi s. "hn n,lm r. able effect of this compound unon tho biinmn cv. tem, led physiicans and families into its general use. Their long established character their univer sal and healing virtues, tho detergent and cleansing qualities of their specific action upon the glandular oi.rau. uiu bucu as win sustain tneir re putation and general use in the American Kepub- CERTIFICATES. I certify that I havn. hv n-otr nt r,vrl,t . - f -J ,1,111.111, U31U tho Hygean, and most of the various kinds of Pills, in my practice, which havo borne tho highest repute tl ttm l! a .1.1 sale in this vicinity for tho last fiveycais, including those called tho Resurrection or Persain Pills; and the public may rest assured that ...u uuunu usiiuianon. tnnt nnvn hpnn nitm-n.1 fx whole catalogue has answered n better purpose, as OH n-.air nn.l -T. -, 1 1 .1 ., 1 . ..u t.ittiuui remcuy, man tne Ke3urrectioii or Persian Pills, in most cases of discaso. , Ciunos Backus, M. D, Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 21, 1837. TO MOTHERS. Messrs. E. Chase & Co GeniiTWin,, much said about tho extraordinary effect nf tlm Resurrection or Persian Pills. Unon liinan oltAiit fi become mothers, wo were induced to make a trial of mem. juy wile was at that time tho mother of five children, and had suffered tho most tedious and ex cruciating pains durinir and after b of each, bho had tried cvory means and taken much medicine, but found little or no relief. She commenced taking tho Persian J'ills about thrco months octoro Her conuncracnt (her health being ve ry poor about this length of time previous) and in a short time she was enabled by their uso to attend to the cares of a mother to hjr family until her con finement. At the time she commenced taking the Persian Pills, and for several weeks mpvini.i '.lio was afflicted with a dty hard cough, and frequent scveio cramps, which the use of the Pills pntlmitr removed before using half a box. It is with tho greatest confidence that we advise all those about to become mothers to mako uso of tho Persian Pills. All those that have taken them in bur nrio-t.W hood havo got along in tho same easy manner, and are about the house in a few day rhcre docs not appear to bo half tljp danger of cijlir dangers setting ... aitci uuuuwiucm, wiicro tneso fills arc taken. Wo unitedlyl say.lct nono ncclect takinr? thum r.r uicj mum mo rcacu 01 mo poor ns well ns tho rich. We are truly thankful that there U a remedy which females can easily procure which tends to les-sen tho .1 : .1 -'i ... " --..-., . nuuuui nuiimilff.wilicnmanv 01 llicm Imvi- In ,cf.r and perhaps save the lives of tlnmand nhM' u..,u oinerwiso oo lose m Rochester, May 14, 1838: cier of C.illi.lm.; square, Edinburg street; for further particulars sco Buuatriuuro, 8. RullKIlTS, iAss 0, Roukbts. 'RocnisTsn. 8n. loan Messrs. E. Chase & Co. ' minic it my niyy to let you know jvhat a great cure.your Pills haveSnerformcd on me-i-I had been uuuut years-.ioout a ycnjsnifd a half con fined to my bd. I htil been gi r as incurable. witn uonsumptinn,bV twelve. ins of the first standing; my lungs ycre se; fleeted;,! had d ulcers gather and break; harslumost of the timt: mv gli was dry nnd is much swollen, had chills, fever anu my stomach vciy d; and night sweat, accoi hlencss of tho nervous th extreme iriita. nd other difficulties which I forbear to mentb rlwa3given over, I tried almost all ruedici were advertised, hut to no advantage urr Persian Pills. I began to I commenced taking them Vegetable pr. time after before I took J boxes, I was abjo ti take con- siderablo -oxercise. and t ioy good iieaiui, anuaiii amo to uo good day's work. If any noo wishes a more particular liUtnro nv. i i.i. i ... . , . , ;- v " uuvr- nr . 3 t. t. ' ,no corncr of AIa'n wd iiuivii-aiiL-via, ivucilcbter. UBY ADAMS, Fits Conr.n The. undersigned hereby ccriifV mat wo aro tho Parents of two children who have ui;ii miuticu wiui j us inoro or inufrom cy, and that wo have spared no pains or expense in umvaiuuuL w CHUW u cure. Dllt WllhnTi -n- k fi.cial effect, unjil hearing of tho llesurrcction or Per sun l ills, w hen four boxes wero immediately procured, and before three boxes fit I... I l.. r. , m ..uu uuauru III lltllUPnP.V. Hn, nvn... - much Improved, and now wn rn hJ. .1 Btuto that our children by tho use of the Persian Fills, with tho blessing of God. arn pntlrnlv .. i anil have no symtora or appearance of fits, will find n the Persian Pills a suro and ncrfect 'cnrc. JOHN & MARTHA JmiN.vniv. Canton N. Y. Dec. 10, 1837, The above pills may bo had of the following -n,a 1.1... 1 .. Til . I - ..... '? Sholes, Danville, Ezra 'I'aylor, agent for iio State of niu residing at Itochestcr N. Y. to whom nil can be addressed ' a B... Uu,i uiujcr, uioornsourg; n, Miller, Ber wick; J. Cooper & Sons, Hnzclton; C. Horlman, Espeytown: John Sharnlcss. Cniinwisan. r.v.nn . , , .,,,. We life of thf flesh U in lUt hhmV so suith the sc riptures.'-Leviticus c. xvii VII. BR. LEIDY'S BLOOD PILLS. What better than scripture testimony Can we liava of tho ito of tho flesh depending upon .the condition of tne mood I ir impure or diseased, the flesh must of courso bo diseased thereby, and tho wholo sysi icm partaito oi bucIi disease. It the doctrino bo true, ahd thcro is not a doubt of it (for it is n fact iiccce ded to by all, that the scriptures, aro true beyond n doubt,) then it behooves us to guard against tho consequences of such impurities, and thus prcscrvo tho flesh healthy. If the flesh bo healthy, const! iuun,g as it does the principal portion of tho human yody then must the wholo body bo healthy. In vegetables onlj cmiwefindtho medicine where by all Impurities of tho blood may bo removed. Upwards of one hundred years experience of tho most celebrated, the wisest and best physicians have proved certain vegetables to possoss purifying prop erties. These vegetables will not hero bo named, and Dr. Lcidy wishes to rcmuncrato himself, and profit by the long, laborious, and costly experiments necessary to bo made, that tho active principles of tnoso vegetables might bo retracted and reduced to such form as makes them easy, safe and pleasant to tc taKen. Theso vegetables nro contained in tho iustlv eel cbratcd Blood Pills, manufanturod onlv bv Dr. N, Lcidy, a regular Diuggist nnd Physician, attested I . Tl . Til ! n I T i it rit uy xjih. i-jijsic, vwiopman, jacKsoi , norncr.uiDson IJewccs, James, Hare, Cox, cVc. The ubovo Pills may bo .employed as a mild or nnliv n..:., 'ri.:. .! . 1 V. uv.iiu iuiiuii-, a m;i utUUIl 19 UUSjT, UI1U IIIUJT UU employed uy an persons under all circumstances. They will at all times bo found serviceable, when tho least sickness is present. They rcauiro 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 tho fact accompany tho directions. They are the most effec tive puriherot tho blood and other fluids of the hu. man body ever discovered. Persons having onro used, will ever after, as occasion may acquire, have resourse to tnem. Price Twenty Five Cents a box. Sold by all respectable Druggists .and Merchanst tnroughout the Union, and in this city only at Dr. Lcidy'a Health Emporium, Second Btrcet br iow vine. J. R. Smith &. Co.'a 2d st. near tho Red Lion. J. Gilbert & Co.'s 3d above Vine. C. Clemens' North 3d abovo Wood. F.Klelt's Sd and Callowhill. For sale at the Health Emnorium nioomslitiri? "J U. S. TUxllAo Agent, Hloomsburg July, 13, 1839. II, LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in tho Post Oflico at Bloomsburg at uiu cnu 01 mo quarter ending on tho oistaay oi iuaicii, IB40. Dealig Christian Moore John HiUdteman Valenlino M'Murtrie Marsarel Durnett John Mover Aneelino Baker Malaugton Nungesser Jacob uoon uen. New hard Solomon Caby Jacob Evert Peter Philips Rebecca Philips Ann Roan Samuel Roes Thomas Staufer Joseph Snyder Daniel 3 Slates William Sutler Christina Shannon Jesse Springer Man Snuiro Ebin Echerl Jacob Fnltner Daniel Fry, sen. John Gilraoro Andrew Giger SoUratn Henrie Polly Henrie Mary Hardy Mrs. Herring Christ. Harvey Marbers Townsend Sampson Hartinan Tliotaas W wren J homas 2 Ink Emry Vahlfarth Doct. T.R. Jacoby John Welzler Elizaboth Kahlnr Esq. KatTinan Moses Lilly George Webb Joshua 3 Wico Joseph Wran Gorg Welliver Jace-b Yoke Sebastian Yost (Jeoree Mcleck Andrew .flackalvin John il'Laughlin Charles Meyer Doct. M. Ailler Poler Robinson William 2 D. RUPERT, P. M. Jan. 1, 1840. Those inquiring for any of tho above let- tura win piease say it is advertised. BOAT JIT BLOOMSIWRG BASINt COLUMBIA Co. Pa. HE subscriber informs tho nuhli that he has just completed a now cs- tablishraent. at th T!ln Col. Co. Pa. on the North Branch Canai iriuiiiDUNU all kinds and descriptions, VI Packet, Freisht and car Boats, -1vnrn,i. , , , , 7 , . ..wv. uutu.ui-u, ui any lengin or size, on the sliortest notice and of the beat nf material. IC?Ho is also mnnnrnl PT?n . TI, PI El R R El i ING BOATS of'all k nds. ?' c l?11 aD tm tru1 M ,1,at V All nrdr.r l, f ii t i l?c WcssinS of Heaven, and the restorative proper All orders will bo thanklully received and ties of the Life Pills and Phenix Bitters, I am re- ........... .ikuucu toon ine snortest no- ttce possible to complete them. JACOB RISEWICK Feb. 22 18J0 rtin The Advocate, Wilke3barro, and Spy :niiim1ti.. ..lilt ..t ! i . . Colombia, will please publish the abgvo 0 . . . 1 " "IUUUUU. UUU (JIJV iimes ami lorwarU their bills to tSiis oflico for payment Canal Boats For Sale. SEVERAL new Canal Boats, built tlm l.ict urn. son, for sale. Enquiro as above. FRO.If the Subscribfr tivn ln.t rn i gs. wuo ever will give information whore they mav be found nhnll " -"w .Mu. .uu Muat bly rewarded., . DANIEL GROSS. Bloomsburg, priM, 1810, flrRTHER t DOUBTEh PRflOFS THAT THE I.II'H A 1J 11 l.ir KI IHTTEIIS areexcellent family Mcillrines.- Tho proprietor of thcio Aledicines cannot too deep ly imptcss upon tne punuc minu tne high impor, tanco of an early or timely attention to sound health Thcro are very many in this community who do not appreciate good health, until attacked bv fcnmn violent diseate, when they think they must Immedi ately send lor a physician, and in consequence, they ate perhaps confined to their beds for weeks, or nvrn months. Almost every one is liablo to bo unwell fit times, and by neglect ot proper treatment df them selves, on such occasions, it is very often tho caw that a Bcvcro attack of disease is tho consequence. Such results may bo easily avoided, and should be; and it is in n great measure tho object of Mr. MOF FAT, that his publication should continually re mind such persons of their danger. The following letters go to show that tho Life Pills and Phcnix Bitters arc not only excellent family medicines, but that they will, in very many instances, supercede tne necessity oi caning a puuman. rue principal omco is at vio uroauway, wiicreinousaiids of s m ilar letters to Mr. Moffat, may be examined. Tho following letter was received from a eentle- man who, a few months since, purchased somo of the Life Medicines lor tho use of h,a family, and a lew ot ins irieiiuai Napoli, N. y.. July 27. 1838. Mr. XV. D. Moffat Dear Sir The Life Pills and rhenix Hitters surpass every medicino I have been acquainted with. In every instance whero it has been Used, n benclit has liccn derived, and every person is Hatisneu. uno man, troubled with a scrol ulous humor, has been all but raised from tho dead. Another person, a female who has been unable to leave her room for the last two years, has been re stored to health. Another troubled with soro throat tor moro than a year, and also n burninsr sensatian in her stomach and bowls, was completely cured by three doses of your Pills. Another, troubled with a severe nervous affection, attend with dyspepsia and continued head-ache, nnd was so reduced as to be unablo to leave her bed, was, by the use of ono box of Pills and bottle of Hitters, so far restored as to be able to attend to her domestic concerns. And lastly, an acquaintance of mine, has by the uso of aoottiooi Hitters and two boxes oi Tills, been made a perfectly sound nnd healthy man. Ho had been laboring under a complication of diseases for the last fivo years. I could mention numerous other instances, but these are sufficient to Bliowthc effects of the medicine uponAa low of my neighbors and iiiuiiun, i uui uuuuicnt servant. Crncs Tiuciiitn Tho following is part of a letter written bv h rrrn. tleman in the country to his brother in this city, r. ,l,, l, :.. .. i r t n,.i iu.il huuiii uu UIU ItLUICU U UUi OI J.UU 1 MS UnU Themx Hitters: Thompsonvillc, Conn., Juno 26. 1838. Dear Brother I embracothe present onoortunitv ot writing you a few lines. I received the Life rills and I'hcmx Hitters you sent mo, for which I can never thank you enough, as they have proved. I hope, a perfect euro to me. I had for two years been troubled with a severe pain in my side, I ap plied to all tho doctors in this neighborhood, but got no relief until I took the Pills and Uittcrs you sent me. Since I have taken them I havo been as well as ever I was in my life. 1 ours allectiouately, David McGilt.. The following is a conv of n letter from Tnrrn name Indiana: - - - Mr. W. B.Moffat Dear Sir I wrotn vnn n four days since slating, briefly, tho quantity of Life Pills and Phenix Bitters, I should want tho coming Bca son. When I accepted the aeencv of this MeHi. emu in june mi, (although your application was accompanied by documents, attesting the great ben efit of this medicine,) I hud no cxpcctailon that it Would equal the description given of it, or give such general satisfaction as tho experiment of a few months has nroved. I ran onlv cn ll .,.!, have used it bear testimony of its great value and efficiency. I know of no instanco where it-has nccn thought in tho slmhtast dcirreo iniuriinia. nn,1 oven those who aro afflicted beyond hope of cure, bear testimony of its salutary influence upon their Kciicriii uvauu. i no great and increasing demand lor mis arucie is tno best assurance of its usefulness, and I would not wish to bo without it for n slni.li. day. Respectfully, yours, J. F. Kixh. 1 he following is a copy of a letter from a lady in East Lyme, Connecticut, to Mr. Moffat's agent: .base Lyme, Conn., May Gth, 1S39. Air. Bradford Sir In rcrrardto Dr. W. Tt.xrnf. at's Lifo Pills and Phcnix Bitters, I can truly say from experience, they aro the best medicine I 1mm any knowledge of. Incredible as it may appear, I havo for eight montns scarcely been ablo to walk a. cross a room, ono month could not feed myself, had the attendance of tho best of physicians for months, onco and twice a day have taken Patent Medicine as far as directions would permit. Also, a celebra ted Doctor's prescriptions, all of which has been n course of tho greatest perseverance I was capable of. Yet I havo received n moro than present re lief, to give a timilitudo of my suffcringt is indes- cribablc. let I will write tho symtoms of my dis- T, . r l . ... " r icii years i nave suueieu witn a nervous altcction in my head and face; a place as large as n hand in tho left 6ido of my back, connecting tlm shoulder described; a sensation of soreness, frenuent- 1.. 1. ...... .. l.i .. 'p i!r i. 1 i . i 1 . . 183. ' consequence of overdoing, tskinir a hard .j, uctaiuu ua tuiu us ii nic nau ucpartcu. m July, C0.W' 1 XViii eenei witH,a numbness in tho system, fainuiess, flatulency, pain in tho head, voracious an. petite, and at times deficient appetite, great loss of der and'arm to the greatest extent, palpitation of the heart, great distress in tho back, gna;ving in the stomach when empty, pressure after meals, amount ing almost to suffocation, stricture across tho breast, sore throat; also a tickling, attended with a convnl. iiuowuiui iiuHti. idiiini uiu icn biuu.aiso iiiiuosnmi . MvecouBu, spitting oi purulent maucr, night Bweats, cid icct anu nanus, looted brcalh, costiveness, piles, loss of memory, affection of sight and hearinir. diz. mess, deafness, tho mind becamo desponding, other msagrccauics not meniioncd, which caused ureal sioreu to ucaitu, wuicn no other medicino could dr.. Yours, &c. Isabella A. Rogers. East Lyme, Conn. For additional particulars of the above mclirinn. seoAloflat's "bood Samaritan." a conv of wblrb If, nTAZTZ . .1,1.. . ' " I sale r French, German, and Spanish direclions ran h obtained on application at tho offilec, 37B Broad way. All post paid letters will receive immediato ottcn- tion. Prepared and sold bv William n. Moffat mtk Tl.n.1.- "NT-... V 1. A 11 I i. ... . . uiuaungji .Hn n uucrai reuuction maue 'a thoso who purchase to ecu again. Agents. The Life Medicines mav also hn lmrlnf mo principal auggisis in every town throughout the I'liuni otatcs anu tne uanaais. Ask lor Mnnii'i Lifs Pills and Phenix Bittcrsiand be sure tbnt a fnr- niiiiiieoi jonn Aloiiat's signature is upon tho label of each bottle of biUcrs or box of piHs. For sals l (JREAT ARRIVAL FROM . AIllli AL. I IWJ.M PETERS' VEGETABLE PILLS. MORE than six millions of boxes of thent celebrated pills havo been sold in tho Unl ilc since January 1835. Hundreds and thousands bless tho dav they be camo acquainted with Peters' Vegetable pills.whlch, in consequence of tbeir extraordinary goodnessdiava attained a popularity unprecedented in tho histoiT of medicine i AVhcn taken according to the directions accom panying them, they aro highly bcncfiicial in the prevention and euro of bilious fot'er, fever and a gue, dyspepsia, liver complaints, sick head-ache jaundice, nslhma, rheumatism, enlargement of the spleen, piles, colic, female obstructions, heartburn, furred tongue, hatisca, iliptohsion of the stomach snd bowels, incipient diarrha?u, flatulence, habitusl costivencss, loss of appetite, blotched or shallow complexion, and in all cases of torpor of the bow els, where a cathart'c or an aperient is needed. TJiey are exceedingly mild in their operation, pro ducing neither nausea, griping, nor debility, and ii com-equencc or their ANTI-BILIOUS QUALI TIES, are the best of all remedies in sCatlet fever; fever and ague, bilious fever, and all diseases which! have their origin in accumulation of BILE : in rf word Dr. .Peters' pills arc the great bilious antidote and with a supply of them all bilious affections cart bo kept at a d'stance. HEAC-ACHK, SICK AND NERVOUS". Thoso who have suffered and are weary of suffer ing from these decoying complaint, wilt find ii Peters' Vegetable pills a remedy at onco certain and immediate in its effect. In DYSPUPS1A They stand unrivalled. Many have been cured in a few weeks, after having suffered undor thi dtiud ful complaint for years. I ho world lSTastly out of tune, And seems beyond correction; But I've a spell, that very soon Will mako it all perfection: Will soon expel disease nnd pain, So none fhall bo ufflicted; And then shall cure all Ills amain, To which men arc addicted. O would yen know this scourgo of ills, So various and so glorious 1 They are the VEGETABLE PILLB Of PETERS, so victorious O yes, they are thoso pills of pride, Which all the world arc praising, For never did the gods piovids A med'eine so amazing, Tho' Spleen or Chol'ra raek you throuijh, With this you need not fear them; If Gout afflict, and Colic too, A box or too will clear them: And if your liver's out of tune; If wild your head is aching; If jaundice dies you like tho moon; Or aguo nets you shale ng; If grim dyspepsia thins your chyle; If devils bluo aro grinding; If you are plagued with gripe or bile, Or fevers looso or binding; ' 0 tell no doctor of your ills, Nor trust to baths or lancing; Ilut face tho rogues With FETISHS-' III.X.9 And 60011 you'll send them prancing. These valuable nills are Suncrlorto LpcVnrnn. dreth's, Moflett's, Evans, Hunts, the J'-crsian or in lact to any other pill ever brought beforo the public. One 25 Cent llox will nrovo their vlrtun in this county, as their surprising virtues aro establish ed all over tho United States, Canadas, Texas, Mex ico and the West Indies.' TTLnquirc for Peter's Vrrretable Anli Iiniimn pills..) Thev can bo obtained ofl). . T'nliVa and J. R. Mover, Bloomsburg, Wrn. Biddle & Oo. uanviue, and at all the principle stores in tho state. . 8tu47 NOTICE. THIS ia in narl'iC, il.nt T !.:..! ... Silvanus Stephens the followinir oronertv: - V.t.UilTI tlltlb 1111 a Hliril 1(1 one bay Mnro, and one white Horse, one two Horso Wnirron, also one sett of har ness and gearing for two Horses, dining rny pleasure, of which tho nublic wi II nlnrex take notice. TIIO. W, YOUNG. Sugarloaf, ilarch 28, 1840. LIVERY AND sa EXCHANGE. VERY respectfully informs lu's friends and the public, that ho has always on hand, at tho Li very Stable in Bloomsburg, forthe purpose of Hire or Exchange, avaiictyof Morses, Sulkies, fiigs, WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS, which lie will feel gratified to keep in roadiiiess for tho accommodation of customers. He has also mado arranicments fnr rnrrcinrr 'Bcngcrs from Bloomsburg to Muncy, and from uiuuniouuiK io ijucKaiewB on tne Uwcgo turnpikV. Leaves Bloomsburg for Muncy evory Saturday at 7 o clock in the morning and arrive at .Muncy tho eamo evening. Lrnvo Muucv evcrv Snn,r,li morning at 8 o'clock and arrivo at' Bloomsburg the same evening. Leaves Bloomsburg every Wednesday mornini ror Buckalews and return the same day. Personal application can be mado at his residency when every means will be mod to render cntiie sat i3faction to those who may give him a call. nt , , IV0AH 8' MENTIS. Bloomsburg, March 28, 1840, 43,. WOULD respectfully inform Ills friend . . ,.--...., ihc.Pnbllc grally.that lie has remov. "1S snoP in(0 1)18 dwelling a few doom dU0V.L "JOiei Kept by li. Howel. and above thejUotel kept by E. Howel, neariv nnnnnfn lin. .it.,nii. r i - j ...u xncmug ui uiiar es Ualer, where ho mav a wnvn hn r,M,.i .' dy to mako up nil garments intrusted to his care, willtneatness and dospatch. Thankful for past favors, to such as havo encouraged him heretofore. And bv business, hopes Mill to metit a lagcr sharo or publio patronage. A good fit insured in all cases. N, B. All kinds of countrv in exchange for work, And the needful never refused. niAMnrltniM 4 ! 1 t 1 t r"s t . a vui m mouu jjiiij'unuiu, oioomiuurg.