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Indian Vegetable Panacea.
ftowaml & Walton invite attention to the
DR. LULLEK EVE 11 VICTORIOUS I
As a proof of tint continued success of
i'i!, CULLF-N'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PA
vt c F.A, wo to r ew of tlie many rer
!■ in our possession, ot cure- [lerlor; t
•.I v.y this feat |-;irilier.
Captain 1". L. Sanders, constable ol* South
Mulberry Ward, cured ot barbers Itch.
Mr. J. P. liceso's child, No. 63 North Sev
enth street, cured ot hereditary letter, which
covered his entire body.
Mr. E. W. Maxwell, Crape court, Market
street, above Eighth, cured of Scrolola, had
fourteen open ulcers upon his body at the
bnie lie commenced t-kuig tbc Medicine.
Mis? Christiana Sa;;ds, West Spruce sfeet,
be.tv een beach and Willow streets, near tlio
Schuylkill. cuted ol Scrolula; had suffered
eight years; her head was so much alluded
that tea and coffee would pass out at her ear
—this is a strong case.
Capt. John K. burelay, No. 400 Market
street, cured ot Scrofulous Sore Leg, ot 36
years' steading. This case is well known to
many of our best Physicians, who have fre
quently advised amputation.
Mr. Isaac brooks, Jr., No. 5 Jefferson, west
of Schuylkill Sixth street, below Locust.
This was, undoubtedly, one of the most se
vere cases of Scrolula ever cured, and is
certilied to by many pf our best physicians
and clergymen, and also by himself.
Joseph Harbour, No. 1 Short court, east
frem Twelfth street above Kace, cured of
Soruulous Soro Throat, of eight years stan
ding. . , _ ,
Mr. J. H. Prick's child, No. 73j Dock St.,
Mr. Michael Duffy, 44 South Frout street,
(at P. brady S: Co.'s.) Philadelphia, cured
ol Tetter ot twenty five years.
Mr. Wiliiotn Flemminu, No. 210 Wash
ington street, between Eighth and N'inelh,
Philadelphia, cured of Erysipelas lour years,
which destroyed the tlesh to the bone.
Wilium baiker, cured of Scrolula. This
case had.been in the hospital.many months,
and discharged as incurable—he is now well
and may bo seei? daily at our office.
Mr. David Cirgati, Muddy creek, 'Hamil
ton county, Ohio, cured of Scrofula. This
was a very severe case, and Kirgau says that
could money prevent, he would not undergo
the same affliction lor ten thousand dollars,
and yet he was cured for a lew dollars, by
Dr. Culleii's Italian Vegetable Panacea.
Mr. John VV. Hazleion, of Mulica Hill,
New Jersey, cared of Tetter of ten years'
standing, with a few bottles of Panacea.
Mr. John bracken, of Germanlown, at the
age of 61 years, was cored of a violent Tet
ter that had troubled him lor 18 years.
Mrs. Eve Siscoe, No. 53 South street, be
tween Third and Fourth, lrom Schuylkill,
cured of lover sores on her ankles, aUer suf
fering 12 years with them. Mrs. S. is 62
years of age.
Mrs Elizubete C Foster, Second street,
four doors above Washington street, was
cared of Tetter on her leg, which had troub
led her 14 years.
Mr Charles Otis, late of Parrish street,
now of Manayuiik, cured of Tetter of 5 years
in hands and feet.
Mr Mellon Grubb, Juniper street, near
Spruce, cured of Scrofulous Ulcers on the
shoulders, which hud defied the doctors
more than a year.
Mr Hiram Hidge, Atlleboro', Bucks co.,
Pa., cured of Salt Itlicum. This case hud
been pronounced incurable by some 12 or 11
phyiuc-ians ol the first aland nig—as a lad
r urt had recourse to Cullen's Panacea, and
was cured completely in a few months, after
suffering 17 years—the disease had almost
covered his entire person.
Henry Reeves, of Bridgeton, cured of the
wort cii.-e of Scrofula ever seen in New Jer
sey by bottles !
Vhomas Wainwright, of Manynnk, cured
of Scald Head; the disease extended over
the whole scalp until it was an entire mass
of corruption ; and yet one bottle of the Pa
nacea cured him.
We might add case after case, ad infini
turn; but we think it unnecessary; presu
ming the afflicted will want more evidence
ban we can give in an advertisement. We
again ask them to send to our olifce and get
these certificates, from which you will learn
the extraordinary sufferings ol these persons,
as well as the mode of cure.
KOWAND & WALTON, Proprietors,
No. 21 North Sixth street, Philad'a
5*9" The following persons are agents for
the above mecicine in Columbia county.
is. I'. Lutz, llloomsburg; M. C.Grier, Dan
ville; I'eter Ent, Light street; Rickets and
Stewart, Orangeville ; Cyrus Barton, Espy
town; J. Schmick,Catlawissa; M. G. Shoe
Jan. 3d 1350.—t1m.
~ 5 WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL CJEOEK STOKE.
No. 238 Market St. above Seventh,
south side, Philadelphia.
Although we rail scarcely estimate the
value of TIM IS commercially! >et by call
ing at the above Establishment. JA.MES
BARBER will furnish his friends, among
whom he included all who duly appreci
ate us flcetness, with a beautiful and per
fect INDEX for marking i's progress, of
whoso value tltcy can judge.
His extensive stock oil hand, constantly
clanging in conformity to the imprtve
iiicuis in taste and style of pattern and
workmanship, consists ol EIGIIT-DAY and
TIIIISTV noun Brass COUN I ING II mi?p,
PARLOR. HALL. CIIURL'U Alarm
Clocks, French, Gothic nnd fancy styles,
as well as plain, which from his extensive I
connection and correspondence with the |
manufacturers he finds that ho can put at 1
the Lowest cash Figure, in any quantity, I
from One to a Thousand, of which he
will warrant the accuracy.
cay ci neks repaired nnd warranted— j
Clock trimmings on hand.
Call and sec mo among them.
238 Market*!., Pltlla. Sept. 20,'49-1 y
Notice is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration upon the estale of Leonard Spo
nenburg, deceased, lale of Briurcreek town
ship; Columbia county, have this day boeu
granted to the undersigned. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to tlie estato j
are requested to make early payment, and
those hiving accounts Bgainst tho same Ad
ininist. i'or to present them to the subscriber.
Briar, reek, April sth, 4850.
TIIF. subscriber offers for rent his house
and lot upon IKON ttieet near Bloomsburg.
•The house is a large two story frame build- [
ing nearly new, situate on the best part of 1
the growing street for business. It is ulso a
pleasant location, and oilers n fine opportu
nity to desirous of renting such
reperty. The lot is a corner one, and there
is a good pump upon the porch at the side 1
.if the house.
The property will be rented on the most
reasonable terras. Enquire of
ROB (SON KAY.
Moomsburg, Jlftreh 218 1890.
U J* Ahh Qiamb I
THK ICNVY (IF AM. I*ILL MANUFACTURERS.
Ho ruts c thry n>ca!cr. Letter nml more rllickci
nun lliuri any other*, mill hecau*e the public will
take no other* if they can ohttin Iheni.
Imvo bpen aolil annually for the last five years.
Younu and old. male and female, cun always
take tuein with equal safety, without fear.
IF FILLS bMxf.ckssary
for purging and Hcnnsing the stomach arid bow
els, and purifying the blood and fluids of the ho
dy take no others—for no other pills produce tho*e
combined effects, or contain sarsnparilla in thetn.
Eat, Drink, mul Live as Usual,
and pur-ue your uual occupa ion while* taking
them, without fear of taking cold duiiug ill kind*
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
are wagered that more genuine certificates [frem
physicians,clernvmsn; Members of Congress and
respect'title cititens] can he produced of their f
ficacy than of any others, and
will he forfeited in every instance wliere o* BOX
will not do moie good than two boxes of any o-
Forty Tille arjgn a Box!
and sold at 'I wmly.fiv© Cents a Box, with direc
tions snd much wholesome advice accompanying
They hive no tnstr. nor unpleasant smell
free from dust or powder of any k : lid—do not
gripe the IStoinnr h or bowels—produce no sick
nrss, vomiting or hud ft fling*—they sre good at
all times, and adapted to most diseases common to
mankind. No one having once taking them will
he willing nficrwnrds to take any others, because
the\ always do good, and if they do not then no
Dr. N. B. Lcidy, the Proprietor 4 Manufacturer,
is a regular lhuggi*t. Chemist and I'hysician, of
flfieen years expori' nee in Philadelphia; momher
of dillrrent Medical Institutions ot Phi adclphia.
New York. Boston, Baltimore, Vc . and associMte
and corresponding rnemlret of several Medical In
stitutions of Ijond >n and Paris—hence the rea
son of the greater confidence placed in his pills,
v.d there being recommended in the practice ot
most respectable physicians thiotlglionl the Uni
Principal Depot, Dn. Ltrnr's Diovictiaiir,
No. 114 North Pnmth Sheet, Philudelphi i. and
sold wholesale find retail by
J. It. Moyer & E. P. Lutz, Bloomsbnrg; Dr.
A. B. Wilson, Berwick; Peter Enl,
Light S!reet; M. G. Shoemaker, Buckhoni;
J. A. Moore, Danville; Kicketts & Stewart,
Orangeville; John So mick, Cattawissa ; A.
Levers, Washingtonvillo; J M. Sheldon, Jer
xeytowu j J. F. Dorr, Whitehall: J. S. Woods,
Columbus; Brown & Creasy, Midlinsburg ;
E. Werimau, Bhor&biirg, and by Storekeepers
generally. 49- ly
I'll 11.A UCil.l'tllA
ifIEfIHC.A Is HOUSE,
Established I'iftreu Far* ago, by
,V. If. roef.ee or
b'lwcen S/iruce c.a Fine streets,
Fifteen veais ill extensive anil uninterrupted
practice spent in this city have rendered Dr. li
the most expert ami sue. essl'ul practitinnt-r far if
near, in the treatment ot all diseases of a private
nature. Persons afflicted wiih ulcers on the bo
dy, throat OI legs, pains in the head or bonea. or
mercurial rheumatism, strictures, gravel, disease
arising from you hIV.I e a cesses or impurities of
the blood, whereby the constitution has become
enfeebled, are all treated with success.
He who. places himself under tho care of l)r
K. may religiously confide in his honor as a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon his said as a
Take Particular Notice!
Young men who have injured themselves by a
certain pruclicc indulged in, a hal it frequently
learned from evil companions or at school, the ef
fects of which arc nightly fell, even when asleep
| and de-troy both mind and body, should apply iin.
mediately. Weakness and constitutional debility
loss of muscular enirgy, physical lassitude and
general prostration, irratihilily and all nervous nf.
fections indigestion, sluggishness of th live . &
every disease in anyway connected with the dis
order of to prjcieativc functions cuied, and full
Btt97#t3*OVTll & M t.MIOOI)
81l oljl Vigorous Life,
BSjBeHwM i* t's 1 in it in I'd nrtriii,
KINKELIN UN SELF PRESERVATION.
Only 25 Cents.
i This book just published is filled with useful
: information <-n the infirmities ninl iltacmrn of the
generative organ*. it addresses itself alike to
j youth, manhood and old age, and should he read
h V all.
I The valuable advice and impressive warning it
' given, will prevent years of misery and suffering
and awe annually tliou.-anclM of liven.
Parents hy reading it will leoin how to prevent
(he destruction of their children.
A remittance of 25 rente enclosed in a letter
addreaxed to Dr. Kinkoliri, N W corner of 'I hird
and Union hi reels, heiwern Hpruco and Pine, in
Philadelphia will ensure ia hook under envelope
per return of muil.
Persona at a distance may nd-Jresa Dr K hy
letter, (post paid) and he cured at home.
Packages of iiieiliciiiesa, dir. ctions, k.v. forward
ed hy Rending a remittance, ana put up secure
from damage or curiosity.
Booksellers, INiw* Agent*, Pedlar*. Canvassers
•lid all otheis t uppiied with the theve work at
very low rates. 2-1-ly
Dr. Henry Turner's Klieumatic Liciment.—
This superior remedy foi the Uheumaiism, bu
recently introduced ii to this counliv by tbc pre
sent proprietor, has long lieu,, known to Eng
land. London particularly, as llif brat anti only
certain cure fir tlnit distressing and painful ai
fecliutl. Its clTcel u| on the system is mild and
nothing, at Ilia same lime cettjin and cflicucious
rarely failing to gnc relief upon the first uppli.
cation, sud hy repenting it a few limes, a per
manent cure is tlibeled.
We liuve known cases of pain in tbe breast
and back, wiih soreness, of several weeks dura
tion, cured in one single night, and heard the
patient express hiagraieful thauksthit such re
medy was evei discovered. We luve also hoard
individuals say ibey would give thousand, of
dollars for a euro for rheumatism, yet the same
tndividul* were cur. d hy two hoblee of this great
Liniment, costing but filly cents each. Who
would I egret giving such a price for such a rem
edy -tu be free (nun the eactuiiaiing torluue of
that most painful uf all disea-u-.
Afflictedgo piocuro a bottle of Dr. Turner'
Liniment and be busied at once; do not lunger
delay, butcaal aside all nostrums and cuie all,,
fur the one thing needful to insure a cure. Buhl
wholesale and retail by D Womlerly & Co. pro.
prietora No So Commerce street, and their gen
eral agenls Kuwandand Sun, No 21 North ftixih
Also, fi) JOHNR. MOVER Btoomsburg. 6m
For the Cure .f
OaXTXS, OROVP, A3TH
' ACTS CONSUMPTION.
The nnifonn success wiiich hue atieiu!d the
nee of this piepAratioii; ita snlulary elh ft; its pow
er ti relieve au<J cur j gffectione of the Lunge, hint
gnined for it a ccluhrily cqurllcd hy no other med
ccino. Wo ufitT't in the uiriiried with entire
confidence in its virtues, end the full belief thai it
will sulniue and remove the eevrreat aitai ks nf di—
e ac upon the throat and Lungs The faults, aa
they bt'come publicly known, very naluially at
tract the attention of medical men and philanthro
pists every wheie. What ia their opinion of CH
EN KY PKLTOItAL may be aeeu ih the follow
Valentine A/off. M. Z). Professor Sur
eery Air die a/ College* iV. F, says :
It gives me pleasure to certify to the value and
fKicacy of Ayer'a t.'lierry Pectoral, which 1 con
sider peculiarly adapted to cure diaeaaea of the
I 'hi oat and Lungs
The Jit, Rev. Lord Bishop Field
Wrilet in 1 letter to hia friend, who waa sinking
undei an oflection of the Lungs, *Tiy the Cherry
P ctonil. and if any medicine can give you relief
with the blessing of GIHI that will'
Chi*f Justice Eustis,
of Louiaiai.a, wines that a young daughter of his
waa cured of several severe attacks of Croup by
the Cherry Pectoral
Hartford. Jan 26,1848
Dear Sir: Having been rescind from a painful
nnd augeious disease by your medicine, gratitude
prcmpts me to send you this acknowledgment ifot
only in justice to you but for the infumation ol
ethers 111 like nfll ctiou
A sligli*. cold opon the lungs neglected at first,
heoainc so severe that spitting of hlood, a violent
cough and profuse night weats followed and fas
tened upon nib I In c line emaciated, could not
sleep, was distress*d hy my cough, and a pain
through my cheat ami ID short had all the alarm
ing symptoms of quick consumption Mo medi
cine seemed at all to reach my case, until provj.
deutially 1 tried your Cherry Pectoral, which re
heved and now ha- cured in*.
Your* w : th rc*i>ct EA NT WART
Albuny.N Y, April 17, 1843
Deur Sir; I have for been nflliclej wi h
Aethmn in the wort form; eo thnt 1 have been
obliged to sleep in my clutir for a larger part of
the time, being unable to brea<he on my led I
had tried y gre t many medicines to no purpose,
until my |hyician prescribed,a* au experiment,
your Cherry Pectoral
At fir-t it xeemed to make me worse, but in less
than a week I bgaii to experience the moat grsti.
tying relief from it* u*e ; and ilk four weeks the
disease was entirely removed I can sleep on rny
lied VMIII comfort, and enjoy a state of health
which 1 never expected GtO b KAIIRA,NT
Prepared by J C Ai/fr. I.well , Mn,
hold by E P I.UTZ. Bloomsburg
A U WILSON, Berwick
April 4 C n eh
Cclcbrntc-il Family tlvillclner
CURB FOLLOWS CURE.
MORE PROOFS OF THE EFFICACY
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
The Original and Genuine Preparation I
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Liver
Coiupliiut, Mpitting Blood, dilficully of
Bread lug, l'ain in the Side and Breast,
Palpitation of the Heart Influenza,
Croup, broken Constitution, Sore
Throat, Nervous Debility, and all
diseases ol the Throat, Breast
and Lung; the most effectual
and speedy cure known for
any of the above diseas
Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
WM. MONTELIUS, a respectable merchant of
St. Clair, Schuylkill county, writes, January
30. 1819. —Enclosed I send you a certificate
of Worn. Beaumont, a citizen of our town.
Hi s case of consumption is well known here,
and of long standing; he attributes his cure
entirely to your Compound Sytup of Wild
SH A YXE' S VERMIFUGE.
"A sfc and effectual remedy for I Forms, Dys
pepsia, ( holera Morbus, sickly or Dyspep
tic Children or Adults, and the most
usejul Family Medicine ever of
fered to the public.
EXTRACT OF A LETTER TO DR SWATNE, Da
ted, Andoritoien, Indiana. A man purchased
a bottle of your Vermifuge the other day for
his child, and by its use it discharged 63 of
the largest worms he had ever seen. It is
somewhat difficult to get the peo le to try it,
as they have so often been gulled by nause.
ous and worthless worm medicines. Yours
being so very the taste, at the
same lime effectual. 1 shall be able lodispose
of a large quanfity. Respectfully, yours, Ac.,
TOWNSFNDT. SHARP, P. M.
TV BE WARE OF MISTAKES.^]
Remember: Dr. Swayne's Vermiluge is
now put up in squure bottles, (having recent
ly been changed :) covered with a beautiful
wrapper, (steel engraving,) with the portrait
of Dr.Swaynethereon engraved. Bear tl|is
in mind, and he not deceived. CLENSE AND
DR. SWAYNE'S SUGAR COATEE SARSAPARILLA
IC EXTRACT OFTAR PILL*.—A mild and effec
tive purgative, great nurilycr of the blood,
they correct alt the functions of the Liver,
atul as ail alternative Dropsical affections,
they valuable. Giddiness of the
head, of sight, depression of spirits,
headache, &e.. are cured by these purifying
Pills. No medicine can have a belter effect
for monthly irregularities, which occasionally
happen to women, they are perfectly sate,
and will in conjunction with Dr. Swayne's
compound Syrup of Wild Chprry, take all
pain and disease from every part of the sys
The above valuable medicines aro pre
pnred only by DR. SWA FNK, N. W. corner
of EIGIIPH and RACE Streets, Philadel
AGENTS FOR COLUMBIA COUNTY.
E. P. LUTZ A JOIIN R. MOVER, Bloomsburg,
Pa; M CUrier&John Moore Danville; John
*harpless& C Hartmau & Co., Catawissa; G
oc K Sbuman Catawissa Forge; Brown and
Creasy, Mililiuville; A Miller Berwick; John
Doak Briar Creek tp.; Peter Eat Williams
burg; E. Lazarus Oraugeville; JK Millaid
Espyiown; Elias We rim in Itohrsburg; Geo.
Masters Millville ; J M Sheldon Jerseylown ;
McCay & Patterson Washingtonville; Hugh
McWilliams Moreshurg; and by most all
Storekeepers in the adjacent Counties.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 21, 1850.—6 m.
A large and convenient dwelling house,
and a mite of rooms suitable for a small fa
mily, or for an office or shop. Enquire at
0 F FIC c" MANU ? ACTORY
DR. S. P. TOV/NSEND'S
R.oMrou.ih .TS*CT or
S> It S A V A It I L I, A .
WomWr and Hinting of the Age.
7*e moet ex'rmordii.ary Medicine in the I fori J !
'Hiis Extract fr put np ita Quart B< ttl- ;itia ma 'imaa
cheaper, |>lv* antwr. awl waimnlrd aiqsvrior to any
fold it cutai without vomiting, purging,
tickening, or dtiftiJilating tha Patiaut
Tb# grtmt beauty ami superiority of tliia Reraaparil-
U over ail other Yedicinva it, while it eradicates .U*-
it invtgoratea tha body. It ia one of the very heat
BI'KINU AND SUMMER MEDICINES
ever known; it Dot only purifies the whole system
•ml etmngtheiM the pcr-oa, luit it cieetes, new, pure
4iitt riih LIIMHI , a pwer p4*s*n-eJ by uo other Med*
ici'ie. 1 Aud in th he" the gr.ud aeciet of ita wonder
lui Miireae It he pcif'true.i within the laat two vaaia,
moi-r teati oue huiulivd tb<muiul cute of aeveia cm
of til-Lav. at i*et, hi.MMi wcie considered incurable.
11 hmtLivsrd tha iivta of n*oit than 14,000 children the
three la t aeaaona.
lOO,<HO eeata of General Debility and went
of Nerveee Energy.
Da H R TOWKSXMD-I fteveaperilla ievigoretea the
w-boWs) stem peisianeutly. To thoae who have loet
their (tuvculer energy, by the efl'ecta of medicine, or
indmc|Ston rotuinitted in youth, or the exce*ive in*
dulgejcu of the pe%ioi, end brought on by phye.cnl
proktijtion of the nervous system, ia-eitmle, want of
• mbitliu. fainting eenaMtioiM, nrvmature decay aud
it v toward that fatal diet-aee. Coiuump
tiou, cln lio entirely restored by thie pieemuit remedy
I hie tpraperilla m far napeilor to any
Ae it rdefweend invigoiatea 'he syeteio, gives activity
to it ■ Awft*. and atraugth to the tnuscuLr ayelem in a
aioet frfraTbdinary degiee.
rlftiae ed Strengthen. Consumption can be cured.
Ni+c/iitii, Coneumplion. Liver Complaint, Coldt,
f.'agtA, Cought, *'Whma, Spitting 0} Hlood, Son
ne to in tho Chtot, Il'Clic Fiuih, Night Sue alt, lU(>
fa . A or Pro/ute Expectoration, Pmin in iAe Side,
ft. A met Seen and can Se cured.
Di 9. P. Towanr.no-1 verily believe your Serae*
peril li "baa been the means, through Providence, nf
-avug my lite. I have for severs! yearn bad • bed
Conge It heroine worse an I worse At lout I reived
laige quantities of blood, bad night aweuta, and waa
gi*M.g debilitated end reduced, and did not en pert to
live. 1 have only used your Naraaparilla a abort time,
md th**ia baa a wonderful change been wrought iu
me. lem now able to walk all over the city T rail#
no biaod. aud my rough ha* left me. Vou can well
imagiae that I am thaukful for theae leauita. \ our
obe'Ti<at-#ervaiit. W.vf HI >BBKL, 04 ( atkeriee at.
Fltal Kite!! Kite! 11
Da S. P. Teweecnn, not having teated bis fterea
pariiie in rate of Kile, of cnur*e, neve* recommended
it. nil waa urried to receive the following from an
iidelligeiit and respectable farmer in Westchester
Fardham, Jugutt 19. IM7.
Da 8 T. TewnacnD—Dear Mir : I have a little girl,
•even vears of age. who baa been sererwl years
•Atirten with Kits; we tried almost every thing for
her, but without anreeea ; at hut, although we could
And no eerniumendatioh in your circular* Air rases like
bars, weth. night, ea she was in very delicate health,
uVw.TTll# tut her some of your MeivapanUa. aud are
glad we dim for it not only leitored her ttieugtli. bet
•he ha had 110 return of'the Kits, to our very great
pleasure and surplice She is last becoming rugged
and healthy for which we feel grateful.
* Vours respectful!)-, JOIIN HUTLKR, Ja.
Dr 9. P. TAWNICMI'i Bftr*npftrilla ja a anvcreig*
and speedy cura fr Incipient roixumption, Barren
ne*s. rnlixun Uteri. or tailing of the Womb. Cos-
Pile*. I.eneonhnsa. or While. obstructed or
difficult VenMinatron. Incontinence of I'nne, or in
voluntary discharge thereof, and for the general pro*,
trstfouof the ay Mem— no matter whether the result
of inherent cause or oaoaei, produced by irregularity,
IIIU*M or accident. Nothing can he more suiprutng
than iu invigorating effects on the human frame
IVrann* all woaknea* and lassitude, from taking it, at
once become robust and full of energy under its io
flueore It immediately counteract" the nerveless,
oesesrf the female frame, which i" the great rxu*e of
Baireitnesa. It will not he expected of us, in cases of
o delicate a nature to exhibit certificates of cures
performed, hut we can assure the atHicten, that hun
dreds of cases have been reported to us. 'I housends
af case* where families hare heen without childiea,
after using a few bottles of this invaluable Medicine,
bave been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
Great lUrsslitg to Mother* anil Children.
It is the ssfest and most effectual medicine for
purity K g lire sysitfUl, *ii ttfi.cr tlig (•• sutler logs t
--leniieoi <ipu ctiihltiiith ever drscor ered. It sliengih
suHhfr a;el the cutld. pi events pern and
bare ti.ed it. think it is itidtapeuvtitle It is highly use
ful both before and alter confinement, as it pievenU
diseases attendant u|miii child-birth —in (.'< rati t * tie m.
Piles, • remiw, > welling of the feet, Deipondencj
llesrthii'-p Yomitiug, I'eiu in the Beck and
false P4ins, lieuiorrhuge, and in regulating the secre
tions and equalizing the circulation, it has no equal
The great t)- sut> of this aiedicitre is, it i* always safe,
end the most delicate use it roost successfully, very
lew c.or. reqhira any other medicine, in some a
little < astor Oil. or Magnesia is useful. Kxercise in
the o|*n air. and light food with this medicine, will
always saeura a sala and easy confine mint.
Blnckwtll'n Inland, Sept 14, 1847.
Dr. 9. P. Tow*m.si>— Dear Nir : I have suffered ter
ribly for nine years with the Kheu'uetism ; eonndera
ble of tha time I could not eat, sleep or walk I had
the utmi.it distressing pains, and mv limbs were ter
ribly swollen. I have used four bottle* of your Msrsa
pa.iile, and they have doue me mi re then one thou
send dollars wnith of good, I am so much better— io
deed I arn entirely relieved. You are at libeity la
use this for the benefit of the afflicted.
tours respectfully. JAMKS CIJMMINOS.
Use Hew. Joint Soger
Of Jersey f ity, an old and highly respectabla clergy
men of the Baptnt Denomination, handed in the fol
lowing reitificate at Dr. 8- I*. Towiuend's office. It
speakfl for itself.
Da. 8. P. Toweitsn—Deer Sir: 1 am constrained to
give you a statement of the benefit 1 derived from
using %nnr ffereepatille, believing, by so doing, I
shan ißßrtrt -e bene fit to those who are fluttering as i
have been. I was reduced for many months by tha
Dyspepsia, so much that it was with much difficulty
for me to walk or keep about. I had alsn a tetter,
which covered the most part of my head—which was
extremely trout !-nme and sore; it got to he almost
a scab I used quite a number of remedies for both
the complaint*, but received little or no benefit, until
I took your bersaparilla, which, through the kindnees
ef Providence, hus restored me to more than my usual
health, as I am now enjoy ing better than I have for a
number of y ears. lam now (10 years of age 1 be-
Jieve it to he an invaluable medicine, and recommend
it to my numerous acquaintances, which is very
large, as I have been a minister a great many years
I hope this hw-tv sketch may he as much benefit to
you as your n e<ticin# has to me.
July 11, 1847. JOHN BKGF.It, Jersey City.
The following was sent to our Agent in Itahway,
by the Dev. J. O TUN HON. of the Methodist Kpiaeo
pal Church-one of the most learned anu respected in
the connection—and is another evidence of the won
derful effects of Dr. 8. P. Tow mend's Sarsaparilla au
Fair*u Prsaso-v— Having for some time past, as yoa
are aware, experienced gieat general debility of my
system, attended with constant ami alarming.irritation
♦.•'my throat and lungs, 1 was, at your instance, and in
consequence of having read Captain Mcbean's de
cided testimony in its behalf, induced to try Dr. 8. P.
Townseiid'a far-famed barsaparilla I tried it, I con
fess, more in Die Lo|w than in the confidence of its
proving efficacious ; but I am txmnd in candor now to
so know ledge, that I had not tried it long lwlur* I he
fan to eypM*w* 4awlutary effects ; and I may now
■ay, with captain Mr Lean. "that I would not I* with
out it on any consideration " It haa done me more
good than any nrevioo* remedy I have tried, and if
this statement [■ deemed by .you of any importance,
you have my full consent to make it public.
Rahway, Aagust 3d, 1817. J O. TUNIBON
This certiflcMte conclusively proves that this Baraa
pariila has pmiect control over the most obstinate
diseases of the blood ikree persons cured in one
house ia unprecedented.
Da. 9. P. Towwsrwo- Dear Jir : I have the pleasure
to inform you that three of my children have, been
cored of the Scrofula by the use of your excellent
medicine. They were afflicted very severely with
had Bores; hsve taken only fcmr bottles ; it took
them away, for which I frel myself under great
obligation. Vary respectfully,
ISAAC W. CHAIN, 10(1 Wooater-at.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Da. 8. P. Towsar.no ia almost daily receiving orders
from Physician* in different peris of the Union.
This is to Certify that wa, tha undersigned, Physi
cians of the < ity or Albany, have m numerous cases
Rrescrilwd Dr 9. P Towns'#mi's Bsrsaperilla, and le
ave it to he one of the m*t valuable preparations in
M. P. PULING. M. D.
J. WILSON. M. D.
R. B BHIOGB, M. D.
P E- KLMKNDOIiK, M. D.
Albany, April 1, 1847.
Xofict of ffvurtaf —After the first of fteptombs*
1849, Dr. M * Tow usend s New York r>Alre will be
In the South Baptist Church, No B*l Nassau street
which is now undergoing a thorough change, end
will bo fitted for the hotter accommodation of the pro
prietors and the public.
Annwvt.—Redding k Co. No. 8 fltato-itreet, and
Mrs. E. Kidder, No 100 I'm*it-street, Boston ; Samuel
Kidder, Jr., Lowell; Henry Pratt. Keiem; James 1.
Oreen, Worcester; Allison 4i Gault, Concord; J.
Batch It Ron. Providence ; and by Druggiata and Mar
chants generally throughout the United States, West
Indies, and the Canada*
JOHN R. MOVER. DRUGGIST,
Is the sole in Bloomsburg, for the sale
of Dr. S. P. Townsead's Sarsa[jarilla-36-ly
A naw lot ioat received and for salo cheap
V " flQPffl W'BAVIW
A HIGH SCHOOL
For Young Codies nntl Gentiemeu
J. E. BRADLEY, Principal.
The next Summer Session of this Institution
will commence oil MONDAY the Bth of
Emerson's Spelling Book ami Reader.
Bullion's English Grammar.
Barker's Progressive Exercises.
" Aids to English Composition.
Blair's Rhetoric, University edition.
Ackemau's Natural History.
Cutter's Anatomy, Physiology, & Hygiene.
Guernsey's History of the United Stales.
Lard tier's Outlines.
Olmsted's School Philosophy.
Burritt's Geography of the Heavens.
Johnston's Turners Chemistry.
Sehmucker's Mental Philosophy.
Wayland's Moral Science.
LATlN. —Bullion's Latin Grammar, Bullion's
Latin Reader, Ambon's Ceesar, Sallust, Cic
ero, Horace, r'olsom's Livy, Leveritt's I.ptin
GREEK. —Bullion's Greek Grammar, Bul
lion's Greek Reader, Robinson's Greek Tes
tament, Xenophon's Anabasis, Xenoplion's
Memorabilia, Pickering's G"ek Lexicon.
GERMAN —G J Adler's German Grammar,
Ollendorl's method of Learning the German
Language, Adler's German Reader.
There will bo frequent exercises in Decla
mation and Composition. Instruction will
also be given in Penmanship and Book-Kee-
P' n £-
Pupils attending this School can enjoy the
advantages of instructional! the Piano Forte
at a modeiate charge
It will be the aim of the Teacher in this
School, to impart to tho pupils a thorough
knowledge of the branches studied, to educate
their minds, and thus to prepare them for hon
orable places in life.
The Summer Session will consist of twenty-
Four weeeks or two (juariers of 12 weeks
each. The price of tuitiou will be as follows
per quarler :
For Reuding, Penmanship, Grammar, A
rithmetic, Book-Keeping by single entry, Ge
ography, History of U. S. &3 25
For same, and Algebra, Geometry, Survey
ing, Mensuration, Boook-Keeping by double
entry, General History, Natural History, Phy
siology, Philosophy, other English branches,
and Drawing. $4 50
For Latin, Greek and German, 5 75
ISTGood boarding can be obtained in pri
vate familiesat from $1 50 to $2 00 per week.
REFERENCES'. —CoI. Joseph l'axton, Hon.
Stephen Baldy, Hon. Geo. Mack, Michael
Brobst. Esq.. John M'Reynolds, Esq., Rev.
Blooms burg, Feb 21, 1850
Koodaud Clicrip Wniclies.
JEWELRY AND SILVER WARE,
wholesale and retail,at No. 9G North 2nd
street, corner of Quarry, Philadelphia.
(■old lever watches, liill jewelled, 18
caret cases. S3O aitd upwards.
Silver lever do, full jewelled, $lO and
Silver lepine do, jewelled, sll and up
Silver quartier watches, from $5 to 10.
ttold pencils, from $1 00 tos7'
'Superior gold rings, from 37 to 80 cts.
Other articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to be whirl they are sold for.
Constantly, on hand, a full assortment
of fin* GOLD JEWELRY and SILVER
WARE.* Also, an astortment of M. J.
Tobias & Co. : E. Simpson Samuel am)
Brother*; E- S. Yates .$• Co.; John Har
rison ; G. <s• R. Beeslev's. and other su
perior PATENT LEVER Movements,
which will be cased in any style desired.
Arrangements have been made with all
the above celebrated makers, the best
manufaclureis of Liverpool, to furnish at
short notice any required style "f Watch,
for which orders will be taken and the
name and residence of the person order
ing-put on if requested.
O. CONRAD. No, 9G
North Third Street.
Importer of Watches.
January ], 1850.-1 v 49
Boots and Shoes.
IT Encourage your own Mechanics, and you
The subscriber would inform his friends
and the public, that he has on hand, and
makes to order all kinds of BOOTS AND
SHOES, at the following low prices :
Men's fine calf or morocco boots, $4 a 4 50
do kip orcow hide, 3 35
do calf shoes S 00
do cow hide 1 75
do miners', nailed, 2a 2 50
Ladies'gaiters, 2a2 25
" Lace boots, 162
" Thick soled slippers, lal 37
" Pump soled, 100
" Excelsiors, 125
Boys', youths' and children's shoes in pro
portion. He manufactures his work of the
best of stock, and warrants it to wear ; and
he is determined to sell it as low as others
can their Yankee or city work. Call and
see for yourselves, Shop on Main Bt., next
door below Ilartman's Store.
NEW SAI)I)LKR SHOP-
The subscriber announces to the public
that he has just opened a Saddler Shop in the
central part of Bloomsburg, on Main street,
one door above Rupert's Store, where he
will keep constantly on hand and make to
order all kinds of
HARNESS, SADDLES, TRUNKS,
And overy other articlo in his line of busl- I
ness. Ho will also attend to TRIMMING
carriages and buggies, in overy desirable
style, and will turn off all his work neat and
good ; and at the lowest pricos. Thoso who
wish work in his line will do well to give
him a call.
mi ides, country produce, and even gold
dollars will be taken in payment for work.
W. M'fc. THORNTON.
Bloomsburg, May 15, 1849.
And General Stage Office.
BY O. W. NICELY.
The subscriber has taken the large and
commodious hotel in Berwick Pa., lately
kept by Frederick Nicely., and refitted it up
anew in a style comfortable and convenient
for travellers and boarders. HIS TABLE
will bo supplied with the best products of
the markets afford, and HIS BAR furnish the
Attentive hostiera will always be in atten
dance, and by obliging attention to the wants
of his patrons ho solicits a share of the pub
lic patronage, G. W. NICELY.
Berwick Pa. April 19th 1849.-ly.
A Word to |SorK*i:.*.'ii*
Dr- Pearson's Umber Embrocation is de
cidedly the best preparation licit van he used I'm
the cu'o of fciprnins, Hiuis.-s, Outs, (tails, isplin's
suih. ringbone, spavin, suffices of the joints, <Yv.
it is an article whicti should bu in the hands of
every- horn-man, and no stable should lie without
n bulilo of its rrice 25 and 50 cents. rrvpaieil
only by 8. A. Pearson, >I. 11. and fursile, whole
sa!canuretail,ni 106 North fourth street rhilad
The following certificate! nre fidm horsemen ol
the highest -rsptciubiliiv who bn(iv,-ri ft u de
cided preference over other piepannfoh of the kind
Phila., March 2, 1847
Dr. 8. A Pearson, Lleui Slit—l feel it a duty
which l owe to you and the community at large,
or rather lli.it pari of the community who posses
or in liny way have charge of llnraos. to say, ihui
i hive used your "Embrocation" for lioraea. it iiP
decidedly the best preparation I have ever rised. oi
have any knowledge of lor the various diseaaes
w. ich it is recommended.
I also know a g-eat number of my friends who
haven-edit and I hey all say that it is (he best
medicine for horses they have ever used. I would
confidently recommend every person mho has a
horse should keep a bottle of thia valuable Erubro
cation in bis stable.
AB'M. C. SCHENCK.
Salem, N. J.. May 19, 1847.
Dr. 8. 8. Pearson, Bii—Having tried your
'Embrocation' fir horses, I have found it the best
remedy I ha' I have ever seen or tried for the cures
that it is lecnmmcni ed to perform. It cures galls
with (lie least possible delay that il could nc done.
I would cheerfully rrcniiimend it to all stoblekec
peers and owners of horses.
VVM. S. SOUDER,
DAVID C. WOODS,
Proprietors Salem Line Stages to Bridgelon,
Phila. May 28, 1847.
This is to certify lhat I have used Di. Pears
en's Barber's Embrocation for horses, and unhes.
iisiingly say that it ia decidedly the best remedy
of the kind, for the various diseases which it is
recninmt tided, that I have ever used, or huvc any
knowledge of,- and conlidenlly recommend it to
all horsemen and keepers of horses, to be kept
constantly in their possession,
White Horse, Corner ofWood &3il sts. Phila
I fully agree with the above cerMßstc and o
piriinn of Mr. King, in the use of Dr. Pearson's
Barber's' Embrocation.' JOHN CAS,".',
Bucks County, Pa., June 19, 1847.
February 13, 1848.
8. A. Pearson, M. D. Sir—This is to certifv
that I have used your Embrocation for horses,and
give it a decided preference over every other arti
cle *>f the kind in use for the various diseases fir
which it is recomm tided/ it docs not destiny the
hair as most other articles do. I would rci-oinmeml
it to every horseman to he kepi constantly in their
stables, Yonrs. the.,
VVM. S. HOUGH,
Solebury tsp, Bue-ks Co., Pa
Doylestown, May 29, 1848.
Dr. Pearson,Sir—Having used your "Embro
cation for Horses" on several occasions with great
tuicess, I do inns- fully recommend it as an in
valuable preparation for sprains, bruises, cuts and
in short almost auv of the ills that horse flesh is
heir to. Yours, Ac.,
C. H MANN,
High Sherifl of Bucks Co., Pa
Philad., Sept. 7, 1848.
Dr. Peaison, Sir.Hiving made uc of your Em
brocation for hor-es on suveial occasions, with
great success I do believe it to be a most excellent
aud valuable prepaiation, decidedly the best that
I have ever used, or have any knowledge of, for
the purpose for which it is intended, and wonld
most confidently lecnmmend it to the notice n!
every horseman. It should be kept constantly in
their possession. Very respectively voura,
JOHN VAN DERBELT,
• Phi'adelphi i
I have tiied Dr Pearson's Barber's Embroei
tion for Horses, and I am confident that it is'the
most useful preparation that can be used, for* alt
diseases which it is recommended; and also, for
Sprains, Biuises aud Rheumatics, of men. |
December 23rd, 1848.
Pittsgrove, Sulcm Co., N.J.
We, the undersigned. having made us of Dr.
Pearson's Barber's Emhrocution. folly scree in
the opinions exprsgied in the shove Certificates,
and fully recommended it to every Horseman and
Parmer who keeps horses, to he used try them in
preference to any mher article, for the various uis
eases for which it is recommended.
A. J. Beaumont, New Hope, Pa; John V.
Solteck, Stablekceper, St Louis; A. Pearson,
M. D., Dublin, Bucks County, Pa; Jared
Boyd, Solebury Tp., Bucks Co., Pa; Wm.
R. Dickerson, Esq. Philadelphia; James F.
Nicholas, Boxboro, Pa; J. H. Reading,
Flemington, N. J.„ Merchant; H. C. Buff
inglfln, Flemington, N. J., Editor ; J. Larrison
Hunterdon Co., N. J., Merchant ; Wm.Erley
Fristol, Coroner of Pucks Co; John Shaffer,
Lancaster, Ohio; Henry Johnson, Milford,
N.J. ; William King, Esq. New Pork; Wm.
Robison, llloomsbvrg, Pa ; Wm. Scudder,
Scudder's Falls near Trenton, N. J; Wm.
M. Cade, Philadelphia; Dr. A. Curtis, Drug
gist, Pittston Ferry.
AGENTS IN COLUMBIA COUNTY.
Wm. Robison, Bloomsburg,
Peter Ent, Light Street,
John Schmick, Cattawissa,
M. G. Shoemaker, Buckhora,
E Lazarus, Orangerille,
Be Wise in Time J—'Tis Folly to
AFFLICTED HEAD! !
Thousands are suffering from disense from
which there is no difficulty in being perma
nently relieved, provided the right means
are used.—As every vice has its own pun
ishment, so it would seem every diseuse lias
its remedy. This is true, and there is noth
ing in this life more certain than that the
American Compound is the most speedy and
certain remedy for oil diseases of a _ Jeffcaic"
character, known to the world - Adapted to
every stage of thodi-e.y-e.'sex and constitu
tion, at all times an 1 seasons, there is tin
fear of exposure, detention from business
nor restriction in diet, fiotn the certain and
spe*dy relief that it gives it is now one of
the mosi popular medicines of the day.—
Ten Thousand cases have been cured effec
tually by it during the past year. Prepared
by a practical physician, the afflicted can re
ly with confidence on its curative powers o
vcr diseases of this character, Full direc
tions accompany each bottle.
BP* CAUTION. —Ask f tr the American Com
pound, and purchase only of the agents, 294
Market sireet, l'hila.
For sale by J. R. MOVER, Bloomsburg
Chalfant & Hughes, and Dr.J. A. Moore;
Danville; E. Frauciseus, Jersey Shore.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 22d, 1849.—3 m.
NOAH S. PRENTISS
invites the public to tryQ£SHfjs|r
LTs\ his new stock of horses,S2E_i2!_
carriages and buggies, a vuiiety- of which
can be found at his Livery Stable. He can
always furnish horses and vehicles of the
best kind, and on reasonable terms. He has
recently added a number of fnshionable ve
hicles and gootl horses to his former slock
He will furnish to parties four horse convey
ances with good and safe drivers, at very
Call at the lower end of Hopkinsville, on
the East side of Main street.
' Bloomsburg, Deo. 13, '4O-ly
The Greatest Because (lie Rest '
lly Medicine in (he World
IS VVORSDELLS VEGETABLE RESTOR-
A'llVE PILLS, ihey have succeeded in
curing some of the xvorßt cases, of disease
over recorded, ami are daily accomplishing i
the restoration of persons alter having tried '
in vain to obtain relief from any other
source. One ol the Proprietors is a rogu!,.* J
physician of extensive e.\perience ; who de
votes Ins time exclusively to their prepern- --d
lion for PEVER& AGUE,they<have nev- g
er yet tailed. At least ono thousand cases
in the neighborhood of Philadelphia, have
beeit cured since the first of Sept., last. In
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Liver Complaint,
Scrofula, for Worms, and all other diseases
of children, they are unequalled by anything
ever prepared for the purpose, while for the ,
various diseases of Females there is no me
diciue can compare with -them. There is
moie of them sold—they are in greater da
rn and than any other pill- —arul when once
introduced in a family, they need no other
medicine. Each Fifty Pills,
renders them the ch"Lfc^st,while they are
decidedly the beet, vMHha the mildest in
action, of any now in the market.
The Editor of the "City Item," thui
speaks of them :
BP" READEII, you are suffering from fever
and ague, and you have never tried Won
dell's Vegetable Restora ive Pills. Shake no
more. There is still hope for you—you may
yet bo cured- Go, or send at once to A
Weeks & Co., 70 North Eighth street., ai. t
procure a box of these unrivaled pills, which
are a sovreigu antidote for this distressing ,
Col. Forney of the Penneylvutiian,
WousDELJ. s PILLS. —This excellent family
medicine is daily winning new triumph*-.'
over disease, and consequently in the high
road to public favor. In the removal of the
every day ills tharllesh is heir to, we know
of no better compound. We heard the oth 4
erduy of a desperate case of scrofulous e
ruptions of the head and face being euireiy
cured by them.
Du Solle of the "Times," says :
13** The great popularity of Worsdell'
Vegqjable Pills, is attributed to the just mm
it which they really possess. They h,.,0
been ouietly gaining the fame they nu-.v '
have, by the force of their own virtue-
The means usually employed to give ecla;
to new remedies have not been adopted In
die proprietors. They have been content to
let their medicine speak for itself. It is now
doing it in every section of the country.
They are for sale by most of the Stor ,
Keepers throughout the Country,and in quan
tities at reasonable rales, at the Laboratssy
No 70, North Eighth Sireet.
A. WEEKS & Co., Proprietors
Agents, JOHN R. JUOYEK, Bloomsburg:
E. Lazarus, Orangeville,
M. G. Shoemaker, Buckhorn,
Fnnston & Diefenbach, Jerseytown,
M. C. Grier, Danville,
C. Hartman & Co., Cattawissa, and b
most merchants throughout the uountry.
To Physicians, Druggists and Country
Dr. J. N. Keeler and Bro. most respectful
ly solicits attontion to their fresh stock of
English, French, German and American Drugs
Medicines, Chemicals, Varnishes, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stufls, Glass ware, Perfumery, Pa
tent Medicines &c. Having opened a new
store No. 294 Market St. with a full supply j
of Fresh Drugs and M edicines, we respect 4
fully solicit Country dealers to examine ou
slock before purchasing elsewhere, pronn.-,
ing one and all who may feel disposed >o *
extend to us their patronage, to sell the.n
genuine Drugs and Medicines, on as liberals
terms as any other house in the City, aiu to
faithfully execute all orders entrusted to us
promptly and with dispatch.
One of tho proprietors being a regular
physician, affords ample guarantee ol the
genuine quality of ail articles sold ai the.
Wo especially invite druggists and country
merchants, who may wish to become ager.*s
for Dr. Keeler's Celebrated Family Medico is.
(standard and popular remedie's,) to forward
Soliciting tho patronage of dealers, wo re
J.N. KEELER 6c BRO., -Wholesale
No. 294 Market street. Phila.-33-ly.
Philadelphia Reading and Potisville
ItM / ■ jgiffi. R PAD.
Office of the Philadelphia and Reading Rail
PHILADELPHIA, March 29, 1850.
Two Passenger Trains daily (except Sunday.)
ON and after April Ist, 1850 two trains will
be run each way, daily, between Phila
delphia and Pottsville.
Morning Line, ( Accommodation.)
Leaves Philadelphia at 74 A. M.,daily, ex
Leaves Pottsville at 74 A. M., daily, ex
Afternoon Line, (Fast Train)
Leaves Philadelphia at 24 o'clock, daily,
Leaves Pottsville at 24 o'clock daily ox
Passengers cannot enter the cars unless
provided with Tickets.
The afteiiiuuo, ot at
Ford, Valley KouneJ/ey, Spring
Mill ff.Jv.iV., s
NOTICE, —Fifty pounds optaggage will
H ■ allowed to each pst.yenjjjfi in these lines;
ate expressly prohibited
from taking any tbmg as baggage but their
wearing apparel which will bo at the risk ol
its owner - '
B> order of the Board of Managers.
April 18, 1850. S. BRADFORD,
THOUSANDS HAVE GONE TO CALI
FORNIA, but tho business of Coach ami
Wagon making will be continued by the sub
scriber at tho old stand 011 Market street. He
will promptly attend to all orders for work in
bis lute ol business, and is always ready, at
short notico, to furnish Wagons, Coaches
Carriages, Buggies, Sleds and Sleighs of any
style ; but always of the best materials, and
made in the most substantial manner.
He will give his personal attention to tfi°
business, and employ none but good work
men. Repairing will be attended to with
care, and upon the most reasonable terms-
He proposes to serve his customers to such
work as will secure for him a continuance a
their patronage, and from all who need arti
cles in his line of business. He asks only a
trial of his work to insure satisfaction.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 16, 1849.
JUDGMENT NOTES, ol
proper and desirable forms, for aole at the t
offiee the "Star of the North."