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4) It. LEinY'S'f
SAliSAl'AtUltliAl 1SI.UUU riUlJift-
1II0ULD receive a preference overall Pills now
First Because thev aro rnmtinicd nf Vcnetablo
ritracu, fieri from miticr.iW; and may be taken ut
nil times with perfect safety by young ami old, with
out restraint from occupation, temperate livmj, or
tcorof taking co'd.
"Second BecauSs they aro composed of such
medicinal extract; as liavo lircn employed by all
tho most celebrated and respectable Physicians for
mofo thahV. century pal, in purifying the Bipod
raid Animal fluid of Ihe body.
Third Because they may he employed as a
niild or activo purgative, according to tho quantity
taken, and their operation wilt not bo attended with
griping of the bowel, sickness at Uie stomach,
prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced by
Fourth Becijiise they possess a combined action,
not possessed by tiny other pills, mixtuto or prepar
ation whatever. Their first effect is in correcting
wll impurities With which tho blood and fluids bf
tho boily may be ull'-ctcd, nntl uy tlieir gently opera
Uvc effcet, removing such impurities from tho sys
tem. Fifth Bccauso they aro tho terror of Cjuaclts
'uriiT lihpostcra, for most portfolio arc obliged to tako
' thVSarsaparilh Blood Pills, After taking their vilo
'and dosttuc.ivo nostrums, Id counteract and prevent
their mischicvons and baneful effects.
Siuli Because they afc the only pills in which
Physicians luvo sufficient confidence to recommend
to their patients, and employ in their practice, as
they Know tliey ure Arm ijiiacK, Aim fllcrcurai.
Anti Billious as well as a good and safe purgative
una purifier of the iJlooil anil Animal f luius
Seventh and laU But not tho Icatt important,
be because thoy aro prepared by u regular AiiolhC'
cary and "Fhvsician, attested uy Urs. Physic, Hor
iter, Chapman, Dcvvcc3, James, Gibson, Jackson,
Coxa, Hare, &c, &c, which alono is sufficient to
tntitlo them to great confidence.
CcrtificdWs and Recommendations from Physb
cians and others accompany tho directions around
CjPricc Twenty Five Cents a l)oxjH
Prepared only and sold Wholesale and Ectail at
"Dr. LBIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 1!) I North
Second st,,a row doors below Vine street, i'niladef
.ntiin. nlan. Knld b'v
J. Gilbert & Co., North Third street ahovo Vine.
'G. 3. Clemens, do 3d do do Wood ft.
J. B. Smith & Co. do Sd do next tho Bed
Lion, and all respectable Wholesale and Betai
Druggist's In Philadelphia.
They rtro also sold by:
J. F. Loiii, liancastcr, Ponnoyvania.
J. W. Bohrcr. do d6
J. W. Oakly, Bcadihji
J. B. Mozer, Allcntowiii
V. Pomp, Eatton. , . .
And the principal Merchants' and Drligista iii Ihe
For sale at the Health Emporium flloomsbiirg
by D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
Bloomsbiirg July, 13, 1830. 11.
OMMUNlICTIOX. How lew they nro thai
happen to bo alllictcd 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 tho foundation for Consump
tion, and hundreds of parents annually follow their
own children to the grave, having died from somo
nli'ections of the Breat und Lungs, which wcie neg
lected in their first stagC3.
Coughs and Colds, whether existing among young
or old, ought at all times fco attended to early, und
not suffered to continue any length of time, for the
Lungs onco affcclcd.discasc soon makes rapid strides,
fndingin the most fatal of all diseases, namely Con
sumption. Dn. BECHTEB'3 PULMONABY PBESI3B
VATIVE for Coughs, Colds, Catairhs, Influenzas,
shortness of Breath, Whooping Cough, ram in
The Breast or Side, all affection of tho Breast and
Lungs, and arrest of approjehinsg Consumption, is
the most popular medicine used throughout all Ger
many is becoming equally popular in tho United
'States, and has established for itself a reputation
not possessed by any other medicine for the same
class of diseases. (Sco certificates and recommen
dations from Parents, Physicians, and others, aceom
paning the directions.) it is a preparation perfect
ly eafo and harmless, pleasant to the taste, and may
bo given to the youngest infant. It is warranted
'freo from mercury and the minerals, and is a prepar
ation of a regular Apothecary and Physician, attes
ted by Drs. Physic, Chapman, Gibson. Jackson,
Horner, Dewces, Coxe, James, dec. a circumstance
nlono sufficient to induce a trial of it
Dr. N. B. LeiJy, Proprietor of the abovo medi
clue, cenfiJcntly recommends it to all, and assures
all most positively that it is an invaluablo medicine
mid would net himself recommend it, but for it,
J'tepira 1 only and for salo Wholcnalo and Retail at
Dr.LElDY'S Health Emporium, No. 101 North
SoconJ street a fow doors below Vino street, Phila
adelphia also, said by
J. Oilgert tt Co., North Thl-d street abov oVino
CJ. S Clemens, do 3d do da Wooi1 st
J, IL 8milh & Co. do 2d ih next tho Bed
-Lion, and by all respectable Wholesale and retail
They aro sold by
J. F Lonj, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W.Bohrcr, do do.
W. Eherman Lit!..
J. W. Oakley, Beading.
For sale at the Health Emporium Bloomslmru
T D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
A. new nlBd invaluablo Medicino Tor all ilicftascs
wising fro-n impurities of the blood inoibid secre
tion of the liv( tmd ttomaeh. Also, a substitute
Tor calomel, iw a chatlunic in Fevers und all billious
These pripukr pillj comhiniilg u newly dhrcov
cred Alkaline substance oxtractod from ttin TOM A
TO PLANT, with other vegetablo siihstnncca
which have been found to modify and diffuse its cf
f. '.ts, aro lieliovcj to be tho lient Alteiativu und Ca.
lhaitic J'odleino ever dix'oercdi
For ordinary family physic llioy nro uni
rerially approved, as tho best ever offered.
A full autunint of thin Medicit.o, and nu
merous certilteatoB from physicians and
othar?,acuimpuny caoli box.
Just rcccivod and for salo at (ho now
Drog Sioro by J- MOY0R, Jlgcnt,
Till) RESURRECTION OR.
OrRRltlli Hit Tlir.lIlHEAX,l1lUSIlKTIl'ii;EvAN'g
Iibiax Puno.vrivr., tho MATcitLrss (priced)
ejavativi:, or any oilier pills or compound nrloru
he public, as certified to by Physicians antrvithcn
Let Done condemn them until they havo tried
llicm, und then wea'fc certain they will not.
It is now n settled point with all who havo used
tho Vegetable Persian Pills that they nro pre-emi
nently tho befct and most efficacious Family Medi
cine that has yet brtil tiscd in America. If every
family could brooino acquainted with their Sover
eign power over disease, they would Uocp them nnu
bo prepared With a sure remedy to apply on the firs
appearance of disease, and then how milch distress
would be avoided and money saved, as wrll as the
litcs of thousands who nro hurricM out of time by
tiegltictitu: disease in its first stagcn, or by nut being
in possession of a remedy which they ban place de
The Hesurrccthn, or Persian Pills.
Tho liamo of theso pills orcinatcd from the rip
cumstarico of the mcdicino being found only in tho
cemctaries of Persia. This vegetable production
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments us to
ita medicinal qualities and virtues. In half u cen
tury it becamo nn established mcdicino for the dis
eases of that country. The citract of tills cingU'
lar production Vi as introduced into srimc parts of Ku
ropo in the year 1783, and used by many celebrated
I hysicians m curing certain dtscarcs, where nil oth'
cr medicine has been used In Vain. Early in the
year IT'S", tho extract was combined with n certain
cgctablo mcdicino imported from Bum Bad, in
tho Eatt Ind.ie3, and formed into Pills. Thr itduilr-
able I'llcct uf thw compound upon the human sys'
tern, led hysiicans and families into iti general
Ue. 1 beir Ion;; established character their univcr'
sal and healing virti.es, tho detergent and cleansing
qualities of their bpecific action upon the glandular
part of th'o system, aro such ns will sustain their re
putation and general use in tho American Bcpub-
I certify that I have, by way ol experiment, tired
die Hygean, and most of the various kinds ol Pilln,
in my practice, which have borne the hie.ho.st repute
in the public estimation, that havo been offered for
salo in this vicinity for the last five yeats, inrluding
those called tho iicsurrcclion or Pcrsain Pills; and
the public may rest assufed that none among the
wholo catalogue has uusvVercd a better purpose, as
an easy aim cucctual remedy, than tho Insurrection
or Persian fills, in moct cases of disease.
CiiAitus Bto.tus, M, I),
Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 21, 1837i
fO MOf itEKS.
Messrs. E. Chae fc Co. Gent?. Hearing
much said about the extraordinary cllects of tho
Besurrccliori or J'ersian J'ills, upon those about to
becomo mothers, we were induced to make a trial of
them. My wife wus at that time tho mother of 15 vo
children, end had sufieted tho most tedious and ex
crueiating pains during and after her confinement
of each. Shd had iricd every means and taken
much medicine, but found littlu or no relief. She
commenced taking the Persian i'iHa about three
months before her confinement (her health beimr
ry poor about this length of titho previous) and In a
short time sho was enabled by their iieo to attend to
the cares of n mother to lur family until her con
finement. At tho tiaij sho commenced taking tho
J'etsiau Pills, and for several weeks pi cvious, siio
was afflicted with a hy hard cough, nnd frequent
tcveio cramps, which tho use of tho i'ills entirely
removed before ung half a box. It is with tho
greatest confidence that we advise nil those o!out to
becomo mothers to niak use of tho Persian Pills.
All thote that havo taken them in our neighbor
hood hao got along in the same easy manner, and
arc about the house in a few days. There does not
appear to be half the d.inger of other dangers setting
in uftcr confinement, where these Pills are taken.
Wo unitedly' say.let nono neglect taking them, for
they arc in tho reach of the poor as well as the rich.
Wo ore truly thankful that there is a remedy which
females can easily procure which tends to lessen tho
world of suffering, which many of tliem have to bear,
and perhaps savo tholivesof thousandswhich would
otherwise bo lost.
Bothester, May 14, 1B38: comer of Callidonhn
square, Edinburg street! for further particulars we
A.vx O. Ituiinr.Ts.
BociiKS'Tr.n, Sept. 21, 1830.
Messrs. K. Chase Co.
I think it my duty to let you know what a great
cure your Pills have performed on me I had been
sick about 7 years -about S years and a half con
finod to my bed. I had been given over as incurable,
with Consumption, by twelve physicians of tho first
standing; my lungs wero seriously afl'ected; I had
3 ulcers gather and break; my cough was dry and
harsh most of tho time; my liver Was much swollen,
and my stomach very dyspeptic. I had chills, fever,
and night sweat, accompanied with extreme iriita
blencss of the nervous system, and other difficulties
which I forbear to mention. After I was given over,
I tried almost all medicines which wero advertised,
but to no advantage, until I tried your Vegetable
Persian Pills. I began to gain in a short time offer
I commenced taking them; and, to bo brief, before I
took 3 boxes, I was able to rido out and to tako con
siderable exercise, and at this titna I enjoy good
healthy, and am able to do good day's work. If any
noo wishen a more particular history of my suffer
ings, ho may call on inc, at the corner of Alain and
Fits Ccnr.n Tho undersignovl licrrliy certify,
that we are the Parents of two children who havo
iscen afflicted with fits mora or less from their infen
cy.and'that no have spared no pains or cxpensa in
enduavoring to effect a cure, but without any bone
ficial cflect, until heuVing of tho Uesurrcctiort or Pe r
tian Pills, when four 1oxch wero immediately
procured, and before three boxes wero taken, tho
fits had ulated in frequency, and every synn
torn much improved, and now vvc are happy to
Uato that our chlldaen by tho use of tbo Persian
Pills, with tho blessing of God, ore entirely cured,
and hive no symtom oroppcaranco of fits, will find
n tho Persian Pills a sure und perfect cure.
JOHN & MAUTHA JOHN.SONt
Canton N. Y. Dec. 10, 1837.
The almve pills may ho had of tho following a-
Ezra Taylor, agent for die Statu of Pcnmrylva
nia residing at Rochwtcr N. Y. to rchcio. all orders
cm be addressed '
grnis joun .noyor, uioonikUurg; II. Miller, Ber
wick; J. Cooper & Sons, Hozelton; C, Hortman,
Espcytown; John Sharr-icss. Caltawissa: ivman
The Ytftot theftcsh is In the IilunJ,"
so taith the jfiriilttres.-Lov'ukasi c; xvti
B. LEIHY'S BLOOD PILLS. What better
limn scripture testiinouV can wo havo of Bio
il'e uf tho flesh dbpendipg upon tho condition of
Iho blood I If impute or Uiscasbd, the flesh must
uf couro bo diseased thereby, nnd the wliolo sys
tem partakbot such disease. It tho iloctrmo bo true,
and thcro is hot a dottbl of it (for it is a fact nccce
dod to by all, that th'o scriptures, aro trUo beyond u
doubt,) then it behooves us to guard against tho
consequences ot such impurities, and thus preserve
tho flcshittolthy. If the flesh bo healthy, consli
tutin,g as it docs the principal portion of the hitman
yody then must tho whole body bo healthy.
In vegetables onl cr.n wo find the mcdicino where
by all impurities ol tho blood. may bo removed.
Upwards of ono hundred yeara experience of the
most ct'lebiotcd, tho wisest and best physicians havo
proved ccitain vegetables to posi-ess purifying projt
crtics. Thcso vegetables will not hero bb nnmcd,
and Dr. Lcidy wishes to remunerate himself, ami
profit by the long, laborious, and costly experiments
necessary td bo made, that the activo principles of
those vegetables might bo retracted and reduced to
such form as makes them easy, safe and plcasaril to
Theso vegetables arc contained in the justly cel
ebrated Blood Pills, manufantured only by Dr. N.
Leidy, a regular Druggist and Physician, attested
by Drs. Physic, Chapman, Jacksoi , Horncr,Gib3on
Donees, James. Hare, Cox, &r.
Tho above Pills may bo employed as a mild or
active purgiitivfei Their action is eafey, and may bo
employed by all persons under all circumstances.
They will at all times bo found serviceable, when
tho least sickubss is present. They require jio
chango of did;, restraint from occupation; or fear of
taking cold from their use. They arc daily prcscrii)
cd by numcrou.3 physicians; certificated of tho fact
accompany the dirccl ions. They are tHo fnost all'ec
tive purifier of tho blood and other fluids of tho hu
man body ever discovered. Persons having onco
used, will ever after, as occasion may acquire, have
rcsourso to them.
Price Twenty Five Cents a box.
Sold by all respectable Druggists and Mcrchanst
throughout tho Union, and In tins city only nt
Dr. Leidy'a Health Emporium, Second street be
J. R. .Smith & Co.'s S!d st. near tho Bed t.ion.
J. Gilbert & Co.'s 3d above Vine.
C. Clemens' North 3d alioro Wood.
V. Klett'a 2d and Callowhill.
For alo at tho Health Emporium Bloomsburg
uy U. s. TUJI1AU Agent.
Bloomsburg July, 13, 1S3J. 11.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in tho Tost Office at iBoomsburg
at the end of tho qnarlcr ending on the
aist day ol jUuch, 1810.
Bcilig Christian Mooro' John
l.tddloman Valentino M'Murtrie Margaret
Fry, sen. John
Snyder Daniel 2
Wren Thomas 1!
Ilartman Thomas W
Afcycr I)oet. 717.
Vahlfarth Doct. T. II.
Webb Joshua 2
Robinson William1 2
B. RUPERT. P. M.
Jan. 1, 1810.
Those inquiring for any of the above let
ters will please say it is advertised.
JIT JLOOMSBUllG JiJlSIN,
COLUMBIA Co. Pa.
RilMEl subscriber informs tho public
H that he has just completed a now es
tablishment, at tho Bloomsburg Basin,
Col. Co. Pa. on tho North Branch Canal
for BUILDING all kinds and descriptions,
Packet, freight and
covered or uncovered, of any length or size,
on tint shortest notico and of tho best ol
tqrUa is alt-o pioparod for REPAIR
ING BOATS of all kinds.
All orders will bo thankfully roceived and
punctually attended to on the shortest no
tice possible to complete flioin.
Feb.2"2 1840 0t43
Tho Advocate, Wilkcsbarre, nnd Spy
Columbia, will plcaso publish tho above 0
limes and forward their bills to this office
Canal Boats For Sale.
SEVEBAL new Canal Boats, built tho last tea
soil) for sale. Enquire as above.
FROM the Subscriber two last fall boar
Pigs. Who nvor will give information
wliero they may bo found shall bo reasona
bly rewarded. DANIEL ORUSS.
Bloomsburg. April 4, 1810,
r:ni-ltit I'Vhni-h'rihn nnnVvWs
I'tUikl lllili I I lilt 1 "
THAT THE LIKti PI1.I.M AM) PUB-
MX. BITTEItR rtroerl!rtit fimiily Atedlcincs.
Tho proprietor of thcso Medicines cannot too uVep
ly impieei upoli tho public mlntl tho high impoi
tancft of an early or timely aticutloii to iouiul heulth.
Therb arb vbry in'rliiy in. his coimrUihity v-.ho do
not appreciate good hrftlth, until attacked by come
violent disease, when Ihey think they mut iimiifdi
atcly send for u phytician, und In cUnoeqiif ncc, they
aro perhaps conlmcd to lucirl.nls loi weeks, or i yen
months. Almott every one is liablu to bo iinvveil at
fillies, and by neglect of proper treatlmiit of llieni
selvca, onstich occasions, it is very often tho case
that a severe attack of disease is Iho coiifciiuciicc.
Such results trtay bo eusliy avoided, nnd should be;
ami It H ill a great measure mo ouject ot Air. MUr-
1 AT, that his publication should continually re
mind such persons' of their dancer. The following
lcttei-s go to show that tho Lift) PilU and Phenix
Bittern lire not only excellent lturiily ml'dicities, but
that they will, in very many instances, supercedo
tho necessity of calling rl phisicidu. Tho pilhcipal
ofllco is al 375 Broadway, where ihousafidu of tim-
ilar letters to Mr. Moffat, iridy bo exumlucd.
Tho following letter was received from a gentle
man who, n few nloilths klnce, purchased romo of
tho Lifn Medicines fotthc Use tlj- hlJ fmnily, and u
few of his fiicnds:
Napoli, N. V., Jlilv 27, .11:38.
Mr. W. B. Moffat Dear Sir Tlio Life MZ and
Phenix Bitter.) surpass et.ry medicine I havo been
acqiialfited With. In every inttalicu where, it lia
been used, ft benefit has been dellvcil, nnd cveiy
pcrsoil is satl"fied. Ono pian, troubled vvilhnscrcl'
ulqus humor, lias been oil but raised from the dead.
Another person, n feinaln who has been unable tii
leave her room for tho lut two years, has been rej
stored to health. Another troubled with sure throat
for more than a year, and also a burning seiitatinnf
in hcrtomach olid bowls, was compbtcly cured by
liirco doscfi of your Pills. Another, troubled with
a severe nervous affection, attend with dyspepsia and
continued head-ficlie, and was so reduced as to bu
unable, to Icavo her bed, Was, by tho usO ef ono box
of Pills nnd bottle of Bitters, so far restored as to
bo able to attend to her domestic concerns. And
lastly, an urquaintanru of mine, hits by the usa of
abottloof Bittereand twoiioxcHbl" Pills, been made
n perfectly r.ouud nnd healthy liun. He had been
laboring under a complication of diseased for the
last five years. I could mention numc-dus other
instances, but these ale sufficient to show iho tllccts
of the mcdicino uponji tow of my ncighBors and
friends. Your obedient servant,
The following is pari of a letter written by a gen
tleman in tho country to his brother in Ibis city,
froai whom ho had received a box Of Life Pills arid
Pkcnit Ltittcrs i
Thompsonvillc, bourn, June 20, 18S0.
Dear Brother I embrace this prevent opportunity
of writing you n few lines. I received tho Lilo
I'ills and Plicnix Biltcrs you sent me, for which I
con never thank you enough, as they have proved.
I hope, a perfect euro to me. Iliad for 'wo cars
been troubled with a tevcre pain in my side, I ap
plied to nil tho doctors in thmioighborhcod, butgot
no relief until I took tbo Pills and Bitters you sent
me. Sir.cS I havo taken them I have been us well
as ever I was irl my life.
Yours affectionately, David McOim..
Tho following is a copy of u letter from Terrc
Haute Indiana: .
Mr. W. B. MofTat Dear Sir I wrote you a fow
days since slating, briefly, tho qu intity of Life Pills
and Phenix Bitters, I should want the coming rea
son. When I accepted iho nst-ncy of this Medi
cine in June) but, (although your application was
accompanied by documents, attesting tho great ben
efit of this medicine, I hid no expectation that it
would equal tho descnptioil given of it, or give such
general satisfaction as tho experiment of u fctv
months has proved. 1 can only 6:!y that nil Who
have ued it bear testimony of it! great value and
efficiency. I know of llo iiiblance vvlicro it has
been thought in the slightest degmo injurioux, and,
even IhofcO who aro afllicled beyond hopo cf cure,
bear testimony of its salutary iiiflucncu upon their
general health. The gtcsl and incieusing demand
for this article is thn best assurance of its usefulness,
and 1 would not wish to bu without it for a tingle
day. Bespcctfully, yours, J. I'. IviSo.
Tho following ian copy of a letter fiom u hdy in
Bast Lyme, Connecticut, to Mr. Moffat's agent:
East Lyme, Uonli., Mav filh, 1831).
Mr. Bradford iSir In regard to Dr. V. B. Mof
nt's Life Pills and Phenix Bitters, I can truly say
front experience, thoy are Ihe best mcdicino I havo
any knowledgo of. Incredible as it iuay appear, I
havo for eight mouths teaicoly been able to walk a
eross a room, ono monih could not feed inynclf, had
tho attendance of tho best of physicians for months,
onco and twice a May havo taken Patent Medicine
ns far us directions would permit. -Lo, a celebra
ted Doctor' piescriptions, all of which ha3 been a
course of th'o greitest pcrscVernuco I was capable
of. Yet I havo received mi mote IhnJi present re
lief; to give a similitude ot my sullrritlgt U indes
cribable. Yet I will writo the symwms of my dis
ease. Por ten years I have suffcied with a nervous
alfcclion ill my head and face; il placo as largo as a
hand in the left side of my back, connecting thp
riiuulderdcscribedjasoiifution of soreness, frequent
ly became as cold as if life had departed. In July,
1830, in consequence of overdoing, taking a hard
cold, 1 Was siiieil with a numbness in tho sy.lem,
fainmess, flatulency, iniiii in tho head, vurarimia m..
pclite, nnd at times deficient appetite, great loss of
muscular power.puuiiil uie leltudc.aUo m the shoul
der and arm to tho greatest extent, palpitation of
the heart, great di.trcas in the bark, ciuvrinrr in ih
stomach when empty, presburo after meata, amount
ing almost to suffocation, stricture across (ho brcu,
doiu umnu, aiao u ucMing, aucnuttu Willi aconvul
sivc cough, suittiug of putu!cnt!uattcr.iiiL'lit3vv.-,ta
cold feet and hands, forfd breath, coslivciieos, piles,
loss of memory, affection of siuhtnnd bcariii" .t:,'
incss, deafness, tho mind became desponding, other
if.iSrccauira iiui ineiiuoncil, wiilcli euuI groat
weakness, &c. I happily, and can truly say, that by
iiiu uiusmiij! ui uDnvcii, aim mo restorative proper,
lies of tho Life Pills and Phenix Bitters, I am ro.
stored to health, which no other medieiuo could do.
Isabella A. Iiogcrs. East Lym'v, Conn.
For additional particulars of Iho above medicines
seo Mofliu's " Goc-1 Samaritan." a copy of which
accompanies tho medicines; n copy can bo obtained
of tho different Agents who havo tho medicines for
French, German, and STpaniali directions cin bo
obtained on application at the ofliice, 375 Broad
way. All post paid letters will nccivo inmdiate atten
Prepared and sold by Wiljiam D. Moffat, :17!J
Broadway New York. A liberal reduction fnade M
inoso wno pnrcnase to self ogam.
Agents. j no i,ue AlcUieines may also to hrulo
tho principal duggisU in every town throughout tho
United States und tho Canada. Ak for Mofiiit's
Lifn rills and Phenix Bitters; nnd be sure that afac
simile of John Mofiit's signature is unon the labeJ
ot each bottlo of bitters or bov of pHU. For nolo
it Tobla'a Health Emporium, Bloonwburj.
aimXr aHriVal trom n. yf,
PETERS' VEGETABLE Pin
ya'Or.H lliali sly millions of buua m
rr!'brnled iilllrf biii l.n ..t.i i I
;eu ounes b.iio January lBiio.
If itn'.U-fi1a nml Miri.thnl(, l.lr ,1... 1 .
c'amc. iliqiuiinled villi Peters' VegclaUcrjuj J
in eonsbiiiir iiru uf ib'ei'r eKlrunrittt.n... . ... .1' 'l
iitlnino'il i'i fuiriiituilt v tint)rerpili.iif. 1 t .i". .1
t j i .. .l u ..I j jr.
of medicine. f
When Inken nccordilig to tho dircrtlntu jj
plinying them, they nro liicli!y beiicfiicuijj; '
jir-jvcntifm anil cbre of bilious fever, fatr'
guc, dysprpwa, liver complaints, vuk lw
nuiiuue, uii'ima, iiit uuiaiisni, rniurgc nift.l,
Ktifri'M. Tiiles. rnlii. H innln i.fwlrM.i !. .. l'
.-..-.., , , ..... ..... ULma)
furred tongue, tisui.ca, ilittcnsii h of the e ,
...i i i. i....t..!'. ti.h i ii . . : -i
UliU ruiillii M'M III Ultlli l.i. u, , illijC CC h,
complexion, aim in an casrs ui torpor of tj.
, . . ,,( J3 ;1 ..
Tlii'V nrn pxrrrtlilmlv nnbt in fl.U .........
- ... j .... ... a.j tM ,,,,1,.,,,,,
ducing neither nausea, griping, nor di bib-VA
conscqucncu 01 mcir Aft J 1-tilLIOLa
TIK, Ure tho bct of r.ll remedies Injaark wl
fever nnil auc, bilious fever, and ullditti!
hilte their hriuill in occunitila ti-n of ltilrtfF
II r.-.l II- f'i.,1.....' ..;it il I 'i. . U':
aild with a supply of lliuiii all Llhous affuuTfo
i.n i h 1 1. .i..
,iw..i A.i. jk kuin iJinn mv. inn ii-iiL I iniij
HSAC-ACUK; SICK AM) KERVc.
Titrise vvhri have sufi'ercd and arc vveiry rfK
iii .ti'.i. 1111.0U uvui'j iiif; l.UllllillU!.,, WH
i'clcrs' VegeUble pills tl h tiicly at onco cirj
iiutr.cui.iio in r.'i ciicct, in
'M.. -ii-.i ' i
il few weeks, after haviifg buffered under tl.ul
uf complaint tor years.
Tiff votld Is vastly nut of tunc,
And seems bevond correction
B ut I've u npe'd, that cry soon J)
Will mnko it nil pcrf. ctinn: i
Will soon evpil dbcase i rid jain, i,
.So non (-'nil bo olllii'tcd; '
And then shall cure all illf-uhiam,
To which men ure addicted;
O would you know this' scourge of i
So various and so glorious 1 1
They aretho VEGETABLE PILLS
Of i'lVrSKS, so victorious. 7
0 vcrf. thev
Which ull the world an pr.tUmj,
Tor ntyrr 1M t!icgodo p oudw
A TTirfl-VilYi" K hrr.o-tr.f
Tlii.' Spleen or Chbl'ranick you throa; j
With this vou need not fear litcia; -K
ii uout altltct, and Uolic too,
A box dr 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 ague sets you sliak ng;
If grim dvVprps m thins your chj I?;
if devils' bluu iiro trriridlii'':
If you aie plagued with giipo or lilt, J
ur lovers loose or burning;
0 It'll no ductor of ytiUf ills,
'Nor truvtti) baths uf Inndiie:
But futo the rot-ties with PiiTKItS'I
Andujon you'll tcild litem prjt:tin;
Thcro valuable piils are Superior to Lci'l
nrettrs, .Mcflftt's, livans, Hunts, the Vu.'i
fact to any other rill cvtr brought Lcfari tin!
Ono Z5 Cent Hox will firove their id
this county, as their surprising virtues rreiJ
eti ail over tlie United tstatcs, Canadasitsi
ico and tho Yrtt Iitdios.
(Tr'Knquiro for J'etcr's Vecrtablo Atili j
pills.rCD Thryctinbo obtained of I). S.I
lilld J. B. .Mover. Bloomsllur!?. Wm. llltldl?
Danville, andat all iho i rinciple itorej fa 0-',
THIS is to certify, that t have h,
a:ii o t -i . ru ... 'i
uvdiius oiupucus inc loiiowiii1.' pru-,
-ono bay ;lare, and onB while Ilotl .
io Ilnrse Wag-rod, also one seito
!ss and Jrartni for iwo Horses, tluii '?
pleasure, of which thb public vVill
THO. W. YDUJ
Sugarloaf, 1arch 28, 1840i
w-rbnir i .r..,i. ... . i. ...
Yjw i respiciiuny iinoims nis incnus ij
Vy public, lliat ho has always on liauiUnj
very Stable iti Bluomsbtirg, for the purpose '' j
or Exchange, a v'aiicty of ' '.
WAGONS, AND SLEIGHi,
which he will feel gratified to keep in rcat-'.
mo accommodation ol customers'.
Ho has ulsn lTimlft nrr.-in.rpniiiiti fnr csrrr! 1
fcngcrs from Bloomsburg to Muncy, c
lilooninburg to Biirkalowrf on tho Owegopfl
T.nt-na ll linm. I,..-.- C TV I .
ui i oeiocKin uie moiinng and ariive
lh(i pntnn f.vpiiln, T.is,?. Minw.w ..vnrV H
morning at 8 ycrock and a'rrivo at Bloca-S
Leaves BloMnsburg evcy Wcdncs-y'
iur uuciwaicns nnu return me fame ruy. i
Pernonal ojipHratioii can I e. mode at h '
when cveVy moans will med ti rfnilo'tj
lilacllon to thoso who mav give hull a ra.M
.HV-IZVIJ O. ""I
Uloorwburg. March 28, 1810.
wonr.n fnrm hi!
oil. I llw. -..I ! .. II.. .t.... I,.. In, v
"ii" ' iiiiiiu (juiiuriiuy ,tiiui i
ed his simp into his dwelliiif; a
above thorllotcl kept by E.- U;
nearly opposite thu dwelling ol
ICaler, where ho may always be f
dy to mal;o up all garments inlrtisi'
care, with nculnecs nnd tlesoatch. 'i
for past favors, to such as have taW
mm heretolnre. Andbystiict aitn
biiBitinss. hopes still to meiit a hi$'
oi puuuo patronage A goon ui
N. 15. AU hinds of cotintry prodit
in oschanno for work. And tlie
: never reitiseu.
Dloomsburgf April 11, IS 10