The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, November 07, 1850, Image 4

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    To the hick and Afflicted.
CERTIFICATES and Testimonials sufficient
to fill every column ot this paper, can be
produced, setting forth the wonderful vir
Dr. gmyne'i Compound Syrup ol
Wild Cherry.
Great Cure of Edward Hanson, Engineer, at
Mr. l'ettits' Factory, corner ot 9th and
Wallaco Streets, Spring Garden.
More substantial evidence of the wonder
ful curative properties of
Dr. Swayne's Compound Syrup of
Wild Cherry.
PTTILAD., April 16, 1850.
Dr. Swayne—Dear Sir—Being severely af
flicted with a violent cold and cough, which
settled upon tny lung* attended with great
debility, soreness in my side, that I could
scarcely breathe, spitting ot blood, no ap
petite, could get no rest at night, owing to
the severity of my cough, would spit as
much as a pint of blood at a time. This
mournful state of things continued until I
almost despaired of being cured, having
tried physicians and numer tus things with
out relief; but having heard of the great vir
lues of your Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry.
and its being approved oi bv physicians ol
the first eminence, I concluded to make a
trial of it, and am happy to state that three
bottles performed a perfect cure; my sleep
is now undisturbed and sweet, and I firmly
believe that to your medicine 1 ant indebted
for this great cure.
1 shall be glad lo communicate with any
person on the subject who may be pleased
to call ou trie, and corroborate what 1 have
said in the above certificate, ut the faotory or
my residence.
Yours, most respectfully,
The above certificate is from a man well
known by a large portion of our citizens.
Those who doubt the truth of it, are invited
ta*kall and satisfy themselves that it is a.noth
Voluntary, disinterested and living witness
10 the great virtues of Dr. Swayne's Compound
Syrup of IVild Cherry.
tdP* BE VERY PARTICULAR to get the
original and only genuine preparation of
Wild Cherry, as prepared by Dr. SWAYNE,
N..VV. Corner of Eight and Race
Philadelphia ; all others are "fictitious and
"A safe and effectual remedy for IVorms, Dys
pepsia, Cholera Morbus, sickly or Dyspep
tic Children or Adults, and the most
itsejid Family Medfeine ever of
fered to the public.
This Remedy is one which has proved
successful for a long time and it is univer
sa'ly acknowledged by all who have tried it
to he far superior (being so very pleasant
to the taste at the same time aflectual) to
any other medicine ever employed in disea
. ses for which it is recommended. It not
only destroys But invigorates the whole sys
Dr. SwaVne's Vermifuge is now put up in
square bottle , See that the name is spelt
Dr. Swayne's Sugar Coated Sarsaparilla and
Tar Pills , Act as a gentle purgative, produ
cing a healthy state of the Liver, and Bowels
acting as an Alternative, that state
of costiveriess, which is very common to
some individuals, and for the irregularities
indident to females they are very valuable.
E. P. TI'TZ ic JOHN R. MOVER, Bloomsburg,
Fa; M C Grier & John Moore Danville; John
Sharpless& C Hartman & Co., Catawissa; G
& R Shuman Catawissa Forge; Brown and
Creasy, Mifllinville; A Miller Berwick; John
Doak Briar Creek tp.; Peter Ent Williams
burg; E. Lazarus Orangeville; JK Millaid
Espytown: Elias Wcrlinvn Rohrsburg; Geo.
Masters Millville; J M Sheldon Jerseytown;
McCay & Patterson VVashingtonville; Hugh
McWilliams Moresburg; and by most all
Storekeepers in the adjacent Counties.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 17, 1850.—6 m.
The People's Friend.
ohKiircmnfc ar:d bruise
Piles, and all diseases of the bowels 6f a
chronic nature, tooth-ache and ear-ache, &c.,
&c. .
It is tritely what it pro. tsses to bo. "the
People's Friend'." Providence has scattered
tilo'og tbfl Tugged paths of life many things
•that contribute greatly to the comfort and
happ iriess of every body ; hence iheir great
value, and well may they be' called 'friends
of tne people.'
Ono word here lo guard against imposition.
A man bv the name of spencer, has manu
ufactured and oflered for salo a spurious ar
ticle called the Coryll Extract, —that would
bo extract of the hazel-nut the genuine is
as while and pure HB water, while the spuri
ous article is colored, which enables [he
public to distinguish.
None geuuirte, but those mrrked Popd's
Pain Destroyer. For sale by
Wm Robison, Bloomsburg, John Jessup,
Shickshinny, Chalfant & Hnghes, Danville,
Seth B Bowman, Berwick, Fowler & Trem
b[y, Espytown. 2 18 ly
Remaining in the Post Office at Bloomsburg
Pa. October Ist 1850.
Appleman Peter jr. Hilton T omas 2
Brady James Kocher Harriet
Busbey George Leib Ephraim P.
Barton Joshua 11. Lockart Levi
Butler Aarron Reuben Nichols Chauncy
Bochard Solomon Philips John
Burgess George Runyan Andw. B.
Daniel Mary ReeserA.Z.
Dean Sarah Kees David
Fox Sylve ter Tnos. John (ahip)
Heilman Elias Turner Susan
Hetlman Susann Fozer Wm. Philips Witmoyer Geo.
Hughes Daniel Weaver Capl. J.
. Hock' Stephen D. Hock Steven
The Subscriber wishes all those who are
still indebted to the late firm- of Hefley &.
Mendenhall to take notice that ke is Com
pelted to urge an immediate payment; that
this is tha hurt notice of this tort; and they
must blame .themselves if (hoy get a.'.other
itmd of notioe soon, attended with costs.
Meotoihurg, Gatabet- 10th 1880-ft
For the Care ef
The uniform success which ha attended the
use <>f this preparation; its salutary effect; its pow
er to relieve and cure affections of the Gungn. have
gained for it a celchrily equellrd by no other mcd
ecin.e. We offer it in iho afflicted with entire
confidence in its virtues, and the full holief lhat|il
will subdue and remove the severest attaiks of dis
ease upon the throat and Lungs, The results, *
Ihey become publicly known, very naliually at
tract Iho attention of medical men and philamhro
piats every where. What is their opinion of CH
ERRY PECTORAL may be seen ih the follow
ing ;
Valentine. Matt, M. D., Professor Sur
gery. Medical College, A. Y, says : I
It gives me pleasure lo certify to ihe value, a.,0
efliicacy of Ayet'a Cherry Pectoral, which, y con
sider peculiarly adapted to cure disease*, of the
I'bioal and Lungs
Tlie Rt. Rev. Lord Rislirp Field
Writes ini letter to his friend, w'no wos sinking
undi an Direction of the Lunp'4, 4 'f iy ihe Cherry
Pectoral, and if any medicine give you relief
with the blessing of God that will'
Chief Justice Eustis,
of Louisiar.e, writes that a young daughter of his
wos cured of sever®', severe attaiks of Croup by
the Churry Pccto'.al
Hartford. Jan 26,1848
Dear Sir: Having been rescued from a painfu
ond atigerou# disease by your medicine, gratitude
prompts f, O genii you this acknowledgment not
only in ju<ice to you but for the information of
.dhers in like afTliction
A. elgh'.cold upon the lungs neglected at first,
heoaine so severe that spitting of blood, a violent and profuse night sweats followed and fas
toned Upon me I became emaciated, could not
sleep, was distressed by my cough, and a pain
througir my chest, and in short hud all the alarm
ing symptoms of quick consumption No medi
cine seemed ut all to reach my ease, until provj.
dentially 1 triad your Cherry Pectoral, which re
' lisved and now huk cured inv
Yours with respect E A STWART
Albany, N Y, April 17, 1848
Dear Sir; I have for years been afflicted wi h
.'hma in the worst form; so that 1 have been
liged to Bleep in my chair for a larger part of
e time, being unable to breathe on my bed 1
had tried y grert many medicines to no purpose,
until my physician prescribed,as au experiment,
your Cherry Pectoral
At first it seemed to make me worse, but inles*
than a week 1 began to experience the most groti.
tying relief from its use ; and in four weeks the
disease was entirely removed 1 'can sleep on my
bed with comfort, and enjoy a state of health
which 1 never expected GEO S FARRANT
' Prepared by J C Jiyer % Lowell, Mats
Sold by E P LUTZ. Bloomsburg
A B WILSON, Berwick
| April 46m ch
1 The afflicted are invited to call, and see Mi
' Isaac Brouks, Jr., at the corner of Third ond
Wilcox streets, and Miss Chiistinna Sands,
Beach street below Spruce street, on the Schuj l
kill. These two persons have been snatched
[ from the very jaws of the destioyer, through -he
agency of that most potent of all medicines,
1 Dr Cullen's Panacea is the only cxrlain cure
i foi Scrofula or King's Evil, Tetter, Erysipelas,
Old Sores and Ulcers, Mercurial Diseases, and all
other afl'esiions, cutaneous or otherwise, arising
from impurities of the blood.
| In the extraordinary cure ofMr. Brooks, peo
, pie who visit hitn, hold up their hands in as
j tonishment, that any medicine could have ar
rested HIS disease—then go away resolved te re
-1 commend i)r C'ullen's Indian Vegetable Pana
j cea to every one they hear of who has need of a
purifying medicine.
So with Christiana Sands—her cure of Scrof
i uloua sore throat wna quite as extraordinary as
j Mr. Brooks', when we reflect that from the dia
-1 ease her tea or coffee would frequently pass out
of her ears, when attempting to drink, [See
The people are beginning to understand, too,
that the various Syrups of Sartaparilla are little
better than molasses, and that it is madness to
throw away money on articles which, under the
most favorable eircumstancea, do not produce
any impression on the aystem until several gal
ons have been swallowed. One bottle of Dr.
Cullen's Panacea seldom fails to produce con
viction in Iho minds of patients that a radical
cure is certain.
Thus hope, [-o necessary, an ally to medi
cine.] springs up at the outset, and the patient
is cured before any other preparation could have
made the slightest impression upon the disease !
In fact, the twelve ounce bottles of Dt. Cul
len's Panacea, compared with the pint and quart
bottles of other purifiers, are valuable about in
the proportion of gold lo copper. Those who
woule prefer a penny to a half eagle, on account
.of its size, would make a poop selection to say
lit? least.
Sarsaparilla a good purifier! Dr. Cullen's
Panacea contains its oxtracl in its most concen
trated form. Added to this are other extracts,
1 more settle and powerful, and which ellect in
combination with the Sarsajmrilla, what the lat
ter article, or combined with tha mos; powerful
poisons, cannot alone accomplish.
It has cured where everything else had failed
arid this in a multitude of cases—not in Europe
or in the moon, (where so many grcut cures
have been performed.) but in Philadelphia and
other pafts of the union. And be it distinctly
understood that we do not übtain our extracts by
"holing 400 gallons down to one," it being
known to overy ori)ggii'a apprentice that boiling
destroys the essential virtues of medicinal plants
and roots.
ROVVAND & WALTON, Proprietors,
Wholesale and retail, No. 21 North SIXTH
street; or E. P. Lutz, Bloomsburg;M C
Grier, Danville; Peter Ent, Light street,,
Rickets and Stewart, Orangeville ; Cyrus
Barton, Espytoivn ; J Schmick, Cattawissa;
M G Shoemaker, Buckhom.
Jfr&K invites the public to
CLZ-AJris new stock of hnr<t
carriages and buggies, a variety of which
can be found at his Livery Stable. Ho can
always furnish horses and vehicles of the
best kind, and on reasonable terms. He has
recently added a number of fashionable ve
hicles and good horses to his former slock.
He wiH furnish to parlies four horse convey
ances with good and safe drivers, at very
low prices.
Call at the lower end of Hopkinsville, on
the East side, of Main street.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 13, '49-ly
- R. W. WEAKER, -
met—On ihe Ea'it iid.e of Maftf "Street,
three squares below Market 1
The Geatest Because the Best Fam
ily medicine in the World ,
ATIVE FILLS. they have succeeded in
curing some the worst cases, of disease
ever recorded, and are daily accomplishin
the restoration of persons after having tried fa
in vain to obtain relief from any other fa
source. One of the Proprietors is a regular 5
physician of extensive who de-
votes his time exclusively to their prepera- '
lion. For FEVER & AGUE, they have liev- i
er yet failed. At least one thousand cases I
in the neighborhood of Philadelphia, have I
been cured since the first of Sept., \aat. In
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Liver Complaint, 1
Scrofula, for Worms, and all other diseases '
of children, they are unequalled by anything j
ever prepared for the pursue, while for the j
various diseases ol Fsmales there is no me
dicine can compar>j with them. There is
more of them so.Yj —ihey are in greater de
mand than any other pill—and when once
introduced In a family, they need no other
medicine. Each box containing Fifty Pills,
renders '.hem the cheapest, while they are
dec'dodly the best, as well as the mildest -in
aelion, of any now in the market.
Tht Editor of tht "City Item " thus
speaks of them:
pp* READF.U, you are suffering from fever
and ague, and you have never tried If'ors
dcll's Vegetable Restorative Pills. Shake no
more. There is still hope for you—you may
yet be cured* Go, or send at once to A.
Weeks & Co., 70 North Eighth street., and
procure a box of these unrivaled pills, which
arc a sovreign antidote for this distressing
Col. Forney of tht Pennsytvanian,
sayS :
WORSDELL'S PILLS.— This excellent family
medicine is daily winning new triumphs
over disease, and consequently in the high
road to public favor. In the removal of the
every day ills that flesh is heir to, we know
of no better compound. We heard the oth
er day of a desperate case of scrofulous e
ruptions ot the head and face being enirely
cured by them.
Dn Sollc of the "Times," says :
CF* The great popularity of Worsdell's
Vegetable Pills, is attributed to the just mer
it which they really possess. They have
been quietly gaining the fame they now
have, by the force of their own virtues.
The means usually employed to give eclat
to now remedies have not been adopted by
the proprietors. They have been content to
let their medicine speak foi itself. It is now
doing it in every section of the country.
They are for sale by most of the Store
Keepers throughout the Country,and in quan
tities at reasonable rates, at the Laboratory
No 70, North Eighth Street.
A. WEEKS & Co., Proprietors.
Agents, JOHN R. 71/OYER, Bloomsburg:
1 E. Lazarus, Orangeville,
M. G. Shoemaker, Buckhom, ■>
T* unston & Diefenbach, Jerseytown.
M. C. Grier, Danville,
C. liartman & Co., Cattawissa, and by
most merchants throughout the uountry.
To Druggists autTCountry
Dr. J. N. Keeler and Bro most reso
ly solicits attention to their fresh stock oi
English, French, German and American Drug,
n\"f% < r l hc ™. ,cals i Varnishes, Paints
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Glassware, Perfumery, Pa
tent Medicines &c. Having opened a new
store No. 294 Market St. with a full supply
r n r ,? s aml Medicines, wo respect
fully solicit Country dealers to examine ou
tstock before purchasing elsewhere, promis
ing one and all who may feel disposed to
extend to us their patronage, to sell them
genuine Drugs and Medicines, on as liberals i
terms as any other house in the City, and to
faithfully execute all orders entrusted to us !
promptly and with dispatch.
One of the proprietors being a regular I
physician, affords ample guarantee ol the
genuine quality of all articles sold at their i
\t e especially invite druggists and country
merchants, who may wish to become agents
or Dr. heeler's Celebrated Family Medicines,
(standard and popular remedies,) to forward
iheir address.
Soliciting the patronage of dealers, we re
spectfully remain,
J.N. KEELER ti BRO., Wholesale
No. 294 Market street. Phila.-33-ly.
Oood and Cheap Watches.
wholesale and retail,at No. 96 Notth 2nd
street, corner of Quarry, Philadelphia.
(Sold lever watches, fnll jewelled, 18
caret cases. #3O and upwards.
Silver lever do, full jewelled, #l6 and
Silver lepine do, jewelled, #ll and up.-
Silver qnarticr watches, from #5 to 10.
Gold pencils, from #1 60 to #7* j
Superior gold rings, from 37 to 80 els.
Other articles in proportion. All goods 1
warranted to be whnt they are sold for.
Constantly on hand, a full assortment
WARE. Also, an assortment of M. J. 1
Tobias &. Co. ; li. Simpson Samuel and
Brothers; E. S. Yates Co.; John Har ] 1
rison ; G. dp R. Beesley's, and other su
perior PA lEN 1' LEVER Movements,
which will he cased in any style desired. '
Arrangements have been made with all i
the above celebrated, makers, the best !
manufaclureis of Liverpool, to furnish at !
sliorl noiice any required style of Watch,
for which orders will be taken and the
nume and residence of the person order
ing put 011 if requested.
O. CONRAD. No. 06
North Third Street.
Importer of Watches.
January I, 1850.-1 y 49
Tiie subscriber has now in autive opera
tion the new FOUNDRY and Machine Shop
recently erected at Ornngeville, and will be
ready to turnish castings of every size and
description, and every desirable kind of
Castings for Mills, Plough irons, Stoves of
every kind, Kettles, Boilers and all other,
kinds of Hollow-ware will bo furnished by
him at the lowest prices.
He has nlso on hand, and will make to
PLOUGHS ready for use, and equal to the
best made in this region of the country..
Farmers in need of Castings or machine
ry will find it to their advantage to .yisit his
establishment He wilfkeepon hand a jot
ot,articles manufactured' by him,. out of
whieh f fair selection cin always btf mad?;
Every description of machinery neatly re
paired, on ihV shortest notice and, most rea
sonable terms. _
Old metal-taken in payment for work.
Orangevillo, July 29th 1806. '■ ,
MART mud many a wife endures years of bodily
suffering and of mental anguish, prtfetrate and help*
lesa embittering her life, that of ber husband, and
haxarding the future 'welfare of her children, arising
from causes .wh&fc, if known, would have spared the
suffering, C,e anguish to the wife, and to the bus
be;nd -embarrassments and pecuniary difficulties bav- 1
tag their origin in the mind being weighed down and
harassed in consequence of the sickness of the com
panion of hia bosom.
How important that the causes should be known
to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful
and harrowing conaequencea to die health and hap
piness of both msy be avoided ( Life is too short and
health too precious to admit any portion of the one to
be spent without the full enjoyment of the other.
The timely possession of a little work entitled as
follows has been the means of saving the health and
the life of thousands, as over
copies have been sold since the first edition was is
The author has been induced to advertise it by
the urgent and pressing request of those who have
been indebted to its publication for all they hold dear
(that all may have anopportunity of obtaining It), -pod -
who have favored- him with thousands jbf letters of
encomium, some of which are annexed to the adver
Private Medical Companion.
paorassos or DISBASBS or WOMEN.
Twentieth Edition. 18mo., pp. 2SO. Price, SI.OO.
LY* FOR THE MARRIED, or those contempla
ting marriage, as it discloses important secrets which
should be known to them particularly.
Here, every female—the wife, the mother—the
one either budding into womanhood, or the one in
the decline of years, in whom nature contemplates
an important change— can discover the causes, symp
toms, and the most efficient remedies and most cer
tain mode of cure, in every complaint to which her
eex is subject.
The revelations contained in its pages have proved
a blessing to thousands, as the innumerable letters
received by the author (which he Is permitted by the
writers to publish) will attest.
Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Dayton, O.
44 DATTON, May 1, 1847.
•DR. A. M. MAURICKAU— My Dear Sir: 4 The
Married Woman's Private Medical Compauion,' for
which I enclosed one dollar to your address, came
safely to hand. I would not have troubled you with
these few lines, but that I am > impelled by a sense
of gratitude, for myself and wife, to give utterance
to our sincere and heartfelt emotions.
•' My wife has been perceptibly sinking for some
three years or more, in consequence of her great an
gaiah and suffering some montlia before and during
confinement; every successive one more and more
debilitated and prostrated her, putting her life in im
minent danger, and which was, on the last occasion,
despaired of. I supposed that this state of things was
inevitable, and resigned myself to meet the worst.
At this time (now about two months) I heard your
book highly spoken of. as containing aome matters
reaching my case. On its receipt and perusal, I can
not express to you the relief it afforded my distressed
mind and the joy its pages imparted to my wife, on
learning that the great diacovery of M. M. Deao
meanx provided a remedy. It opened a prospect to
me which I little conceived was possible. No pecu
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parting to us the matters contained in 1 The Married
Woman's Private Medical Companion.' But for
thia, ere another vear would have passed over my
head, in all human probability my wife would have
been in her grave, aod mv children left rootherless."
Extract from a Letter.
Competence and Health.
"LANCASTER, PA., Oct 24, 1847.
" Mr DEAR 8IR: I know you will have the kind
ness to bear with me in encroaching npon your time,
while I acknowledge (in behalf of myself and wife)
the obligations we feel ourselves nnder to you in hav
ing made known certain matters, contained in your
most invaluable 'Married Woman's Private Medical
Companion.' It has been worth its weight in gold
to me. If I express myself rather warmly, yon will
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yon of the extent to which I have, through it, been
, benefited. 1 will state my situation when I obtained
! your book through the merest curiosity I look upon
I it aa one of the most fortunate events of my life. I
had been married some ten years, and was the father
| of seven children. I was long straggling unceasingly,
| to the end that I might gain a moderate competency,
but the results of my utmost exertbus at the end left
roe abont where I was at the beginning of each year;
and that only, with the most stinted economy, suffi
cing with bsrely the necessaries of life. Finally, this
constant effort was beginning to have its effect upon
my health: I felt less capal le to endure its continu
ance. while I felt the necessity of perseverance.
44 This constant, unceasing struggle on my part was
imperative, in consequence of the prostrated condi
tion of my wife (with occasional intermission) for six
years, much of the time confined to her bed, and of
coarse incapable of taking the charge and manage
ment of household affairs. Her condition arose from
causes of which I was ignorant. Oh t what would
I have given had I the six years to live over again !
What would my wife have given to have been spaced
the long days and atill longer nights prostrate on a
bed of sickness! all of which would have been
avoided, had I then seen a copy of ' THE MARRIED
Prom a Phytician.
How many are suffering from obstruction or irreg
ularities peculiar to the female system, which un
dermine their health, the effects of which they are
ignorant, and for which their delicacy forbids seeking
medical advice I How many suffer from prolapsvt
uteri (falling of the womb), or from Jtuor-albus (weak
ness, debility, Ac , Ac.)! How many are in constant
agony for many months preceding confinement! How
many have difficult if not dangerous deliveries, and
wliosc lives are jeoparded during auch time, will find
in its pages the means of prevention, amelioration,
and relief!
Extract from a Letter.
To thou juit Harried.—"Had I known!"
"PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29. 1847.
" DR. A. M. MAURICKAU : Had I known of the im
Krtant matters treated of in 4 The Married Womin'a
ivate Medical Companion' some years ago, how
much misery I might have escaped ! I have suffered
years from causes which you point out in your book,
without knowing what to do. I obtained a copy, and
found my case treated of. I trust every female will
avail herself of the information contained in its pages."
Letters nre daily received of this character, unne
cessary to present.
To those yet unmarried, bat contemplating mar
riage, or perhaps hesitating as to the propriety of
incurring the responsibilities attendant upon it, the
importance of being possessor! of the revelations con
tained in these pages, so intimately involving their
future happiness, can not be appreciated. I
It is, of course, impracticable to convey more Telly
the various subjects treated of, so they are of a na
ture strictly Intended for the married, or thoao con
templating marriage; neither is it recessaiy, since
It ia every one's duty to become postested of knowl
edge whereby the sufferings to whiel a wife, a moth
er, or a sister, may be subject, can be obvi&ted.
V Copies will be sent by Mall free of Postage
to the Purchaser.
fT" On the receipt of One Dollar, " THE MAtt-
PANION" ia sent (mailed free) to any part of.the
United States. All letters must be post paid (exebpt
those containing a and addressed to Dr.
A- M- MAURICEAIJ, Box lRt, New York City.
Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty St., New York.
Over 20,000 Copies have been seat by MAIL
within three mouths with perfect safety and cer
Booksellers an J agents engaged in its sale
aro making handsome competencies from
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and the extiemely liberal terms afforded
Active local or travelling Agents through
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supplied on the same terms. Communica
tions are required to be post-paid and addres
sed as above.
Cy CAUTION.—The public are cautioned
against various catch-pennies intended to be
palmed off upon them, imitating the title of
the work as "The Married Ladtes' Medical
Companion,'', and various other titles,.' The
title of the work is "The Married WO, '
MAWS Prtvat, MedicalVompanion," by Dr. 1
A. M. Manriceau. , " "
JOSEPH SWAttT?, Agent, Bloomeburg.
HotueTsigm aid Ornamental ,
rTaintlnr - i
.DOffE to order in tko best highly-finished i
. B MAOftjtivoir. t
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, Disease of the Kid
neys, and
all diseases oris
ingfrom a disordered
Liver or Stomach, such as
Constipation, Inward Piles o
Fulness of Blood io the Head, Aci
dity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heqjrt
burn. Disgust foi Food, Fitness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or
Fluttering at the pit
of the Stomach,
of the
Head, Hurried and difficult Breathing,
Fluttering at the Heart, choking or
suffocaiing Sensations when in
a lying pdsture, dimness
of Vision, Dots gr
Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull
Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspi
ration, Vellowness of the Sjkin and
Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back,
Chest, J : \mbs, fye. Sudden
Flushes of Heat, Bu- •
fling in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings
of Evil, and Great Depres
sion of Spirits.
No. 120 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is
not excelled, if equalled, by any other rep
aration in the United States, as the cures
attest, in many cases after skilful physicians
had failed.
These Bitters are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possessing great virtues in the
rectification of diseases of the Liver arid 1 ?s
--ser glands, exercising the most searching
powers in weakness and aliectionsof the di
gestive organs, they are, withal, safe, cer
tain and pleasant.
Read and be Convinced.
The Hon. Charles D. Hineline, Editor of
the "Camden Democrat," the best paper in
West Jersey, says, July 21:—
have seen many flattering notices of this
medicine, and the source from which they
came, induced us to make inquiry respect
ing its merits. From inquiry we were pei
suaded to use it, and must sajT we found
it specific in its action upon diseases of the
liver and digestive organs, and the powerful
influence it exerts upon nervous prostration
is really surprising. It calms and stregthens
the nerves, bringing them into a stale of re
pose, making sleep retreshing.
"If this medicine were more generally
r:sed, we are satisfied there would be less
sickness, as from the stomach, liver and ner
vous system the great majority of real and
imaginary diseases emanate. Have them in
a healthy condition, and you can bid defi
ance to epidemics generally. This extraor
dinary medicine we would advise our friends
who are at all indisposed to give a trial—it
will then recommend itself. It should,. In
fact, be in 'every family. No other medi
cine can produce such evidences of merit."
[From the "Boston Bee."] ".
The editor said, Dec. 22d—
"Dr. Hoojland's Celebrated German Bitters
for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice,
Dyspeysia, Chronic or Nervous Debdity. is
deservedlv one of the most popular medi
cines of the day. These Bitters have beep
used by thousands, and a friend at our elbow
says be has himself received an effectual
and permanent cure of Liver Complaint
from the use of this remedy. We are con
vinced that, in the use of these Bitters, the
patient constantly gains strength and vigof—
a fact worthy of great consideration. They
are pleasant in taste and smell, and can. be
used by persons with the most delicate stom
achs with safety, under any. circumstances.
We are speaking from experience and to the
afflicted we advise their U6e."
• Judge M. M. Noah, a gentleman wjlh
great scientific and and littcnfty attainment,",
said in his "Neu> York Weekly Messenger,"
January 6, 1850.
'■Dr Hoojland's German Bitters. —Here is
a preparation which the leading presses in
the Union appear to be unanimous' in re
commending, and the reason is obvious. It
is made after a prescription furnished by
one o: the most celebrated physicians of
modern times, the late Dr Christopher Wil
helm Hootland, Professor to the -Univeisity
of Jena, Private Physician to the King of
Prussia, and one of the greatest medical wri
ters Germany has ever produced. He was
emphatically the enemy of humbug, and
therefore a medioino of which he was the
inventor and endorser may be confidently re
lied on." He specially recommended it in
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Debility, Ver
tigo, Acidity of the Stomach, Constipation,
and all complaints arising from a disordered
condition of the stomach, the liver and the
intestines. Nino Philadelphia papers express'
their conviction of its excellence, and sev
eral of the editors speak of its effects' frojfl
their own individual experience. • Under
these circumstances, wo feel warranted, not
only in calling the attention of our
to the present proprietor's (Dr. C:j Jack
son's) preparation, but in recommending the
article to all afflicted." •
The "Philadelphia Saturday Gazette," the
best family newspapoi published in the Uni
ted States,.the editor says of
"It is seldom that we • recommend what
are termed Patent Medicihes to the confi
dence and patronage of our readers; and,
therefore, when fre recommend Dr. Hoof
laud's German Bitter*', we wish it to be dis
tinctly understood tfcat we are not speaking
of ;!:? nostrums of the day, that aro noised
about for a brief pinp'i anu u.'S.I forgotten
after they haveudone their guilty race of mis
chif, but of a medicine long established,
universally prized, and which has met tho
hearty approval of the Faculty itself."
Evidence upon evidence has been re
ceived (like the foregoing) from all sections
ot the Onion, the last three years, and the
strongest testimony in its favor, is, that there is
more of it used in the practice of the regu
lor Physicians of Philadelphia than all other
nostrums combined,-a fact that can easily
be established, and fully proving that a sci
entific preparation will meet with their qui
et approval when presented even in this
That this medicine will cure Liver Com
plaint and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt, al
ter using 'it as diiected. It ac(p specifically
upon the stomach and liver—it Is 'preferable
to calomel in all bilious tlisanfw —the effect is
immediate. They can he administered -to
FEMALE or INFANT with safety and reliable
benefit, at any time.
This medicine baa attained that high char- <
icter which is necessary for all medicines to <
Uta.'i to induce counterfeiters to put forth a i
ipuritiuG article at the risk of the lives of
host who ate mneeenrty deceived.
Tltey have the written signature of C. M.
JACKSON upon the wrapper, and the name
blown in the bottle, without which they are
FD sale, wholesale and retail, at the Ger
man Medicine- Store, No. 120 Arch Street, one
door below Sixth, (late of 27g Race street,),
Philadelphia, and by respqoittble. dealers
senerally throughout the country. Also'for
Sale by JOHN R. MOYER, Bloomsburg, Pa.
. Pcnrsoh's
Pulmonic Expectorant,
Is the most certain and effectual remedy knoWn
or the cure of Coughs, Colds, Consumption, In
fluenza, hoarseness, spitting of Blouu, difficulty
of breathing, Bronchitis, vain in the breast and
tide, papulation of the. heart, whooping cough,
asthma, croup, and all diseases of the Pulmonary
Organs. "
The proprietor of this Pulmonic Pipcctorsnt,"
having graduated as H phyaicfen, and*lht|owed the
> practice of his profession for several years, can,
therefore give'to those persons who require such
medicinesthat assurance which cannot be expect
Where a compound ia only concocted from an
antiquated recipe, taken from the leaf of an old
almanac or aome similar source.
Prepared by S. A. Pearson, M. D, No. 106
North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, price 91 P"
' bottle, or ail I ottlea for #5.
r. 8. A. Pearson : Dr'r Sir—For the benefit
of others. I would inform yon that I have been
! usngyour Pulmonic Kxpectorart for a cough
veJ pain in my breast and aide, the effects of a
rclry heavy culd—l find that it has given ma great
haief. I consider it an invaluable medicine. I
cidve also used it in my family with the most do.
uaed benefit—lt cures colds in the least onssible
time that medicine coald cure them. .Kits' vir
tues were generally known, it .would save thous
ands from an untimely grave. You shouldsparc
no pains nor expense to have it brought into use
„ throughout the country.
8 Yours, dec. • WM.M.CADE,
*"■ No. 212 Cherry St.
Dr. S. A. Pearson. Dear Sir—Aboutx.year a
f go I was attacked with a severe inflamation of the
d l.ungs, which threatened every symptom of a
. speedy Consumption. 1 called upeq one of the
r tiros', eminent physiciaus of Philadelphia,who pro
nounccd me incurable. My hu'shand then procu
. red for me ajx bottles of your Pulrnonijg Expec
torant, wh'nh I had heard highly rccoffrineniled—
and before I had taken the last of the sixth hp'ttje
r my lungs weie well, my cough and other symp
toms of Consumption entirely cured. -I am now
' enjoying fino health and becoming quite fleshy.
Jay St., betwern Coates& Wallace.
, Hunterdon Countyy N. J7
Dr. 8. A. Pearson, Dear Sir—About a yoar #-
go T became severely,nfflicted with a pafn in my
breat and side, nil extremely bad cough, spitting of
blood, debility, night sweats, and other symptoms
of confirmed consumption. 1 became so much re
duced that I was unable to attend to my ordinary
business. I made appficution to a physician, who
examined my chest, and gave it as'his. decided o
pinion that my lungs were serious'y affected. I
then app.ied to another, who was of the same o
pimon, and after having presciibcd advised me to
return to my friends. . ...
Previous to this I had for a long time been la
boring under all the symptoms usually found with
petaons laboring under disease of ahe lurgs, and
it was thought by all who knew me that 1 wasfaat
.veering away with decay.
At the time I applied to the physicians I was
laboring under a severe attack of spitting blood,
with pain in my breast and aide. Their prescrip
tions failed to relieve the pain, and all their skill
could not arrest the discharge of blood from my
, lungs. This being my condition,l was induced
lo make a trial of your valuable Pulmonic Expec
torant, oy the use or yyhich I was immediately re
lieved of all those unpleasant symptoms, and ajp
now so far restored to health, that I am able ho
attend lo all my ordinary business, .and "tripose*
myself as much as it is prudent for'ahy one to 3b.
1 would therefore confidently recommend ektfry
person who is laboring under disease of the lungs
and breast, or who are afflicted with colds or with
coughs, to mike trial of your most valuable prep
arat.on' I would further add that after having
made use of your Expectorant for a few weeks, i
bccamd so flesy that persons with whom i was
arquaipted hardly knew me. i still remain in good
health at this lime, March, 1846.
V Yours, truly, .. *
' The frrao'wingcard of three respectable'physi
cians arts forth the virtues of Dr. Pearson'v Pul
monrg'Expectorant ' " '
Having made use of Dr. Pearson's PULMONIC
EIFITCTOHANF, we feci it a duty lo recommend it
as a Bafe and effectual cn-e of the various diseas
es for which it is intended. We arc acqiisuitcu
with many persons who have been cured of cougli
bronchitis, pain in the breast and side, spitting ol
blood, palpitation of the heart, and incipient con
sumption, cy its use, and many of them after all
other means had failed.
A. PEARSON. M. D;, U. 8. Navy.
8. K. LEEDOM, M. D.Champlain C 0,,0.
Patients may consult 8. A. Pearson, M. D', a
his office No. 106 North Fourth Streei, above
For sale in Bloomaburg by William Hobiaon,
Merchant,and also at Pittetdfl Ferry, by Dr. A.
Curtis, Druggist.
. . Agents in Columbia county.
Wm; Robison, Bloomaburg, _ ' ,
• Peter I,ight Street,
John Schmick, Cattawissa,
M.G. Shoemaker, Buckhorn,
E. Lazarus, Orangeville.
|> fY .
No. 238 Market St. above Seventh,
south side, Philadelphia.
Although we can scarcely estimate the
daluo of TIME commerciallyVyet by call
ing at the above Establishment, JAMES
BARBER will furnish his friends, among
whom he Included all who duly appreci
ate its fleetnes9, with a beautiful and per
fect INDEX for marking i< progress, cf
•whose value they can judge.
His extensive slock on hand, constantly
clanging in conformity to the improve
ments in taste and style of pattern and
workmanship, consists ol EIUIIT-DAV and
Clocks, French, Gothic and fancy style?,
ae well as plain, which from hie extensive
connecliolt and correspondence with the
manufacturers he finds that he can put at
the Lowest cash Figure, in any quantity,
from One to a Thousand, of which he
will warrant the accuracy.
MF°Clocks repaired and warranted-
Clock trimmings on hand.
Call and eee me among them.
238 Market it., Plrila. Sept. 20,'40-ly
Fancy Chiairs, j
BENJAMIN HAGENfiUCH has just re- !
ceived from Philadelphia a new lot of FAN
CY CHAIRS,-of Birqh and Mahogany ourl,
aud of the most fashionable style, whioh Re
will sell at the lowest prices for good pay. ' i
Blosmsburg, May l'th, 1859. i
Because they are_ safer, belter and more efficaci
ous than any others, and because the public will
lake no others if they can obtain thou.
500,000 BOXES
have been soldannually for the last five years.
Yqung and old, male and fomale, can alwsya
1 take them with equal safety, without fear.
for purging end cleansing the stomach and bow.
els, and purifying the blood arid fluids ofthe bo
dy take no others—fornoolher pills produce those
combined effects, or contain aaraaparilla in them.
Eat, Drink, and Live as Usual,
and pursue your uaual occupa ion whilst taking
i them, without fear of taking cold during all kinds
' of weather.
ard wagered that more genuine certificate! [from
1 physicians, clergyman; Members of Congress and
1 respectable citizens] can be producad of their e(
1 ficacy than of any others, anJ
■Ten Dollars
will be forfeited HI every instance where osr BOX
. will not do mote good than two boxes of any c
, sbers.
Forty Piltejare in a Box I
' and sold at Twenty-five Cents a Box, with direo
-1 lions and much wholesome advice accompanying
1 each box.
They have no taata nor unpleasant smell
free from dust or powder of any kind—do i ot
gripe the Stomach or bowels, —produce no sick
new, Vomiting or bad feeln fts —tUry are good si
. all limes, and adtpted to most diseases common to
■ mankind.; No one having once taking them will
I bo willing afterwards to take any others, because
. they always do good, and if they do not then no
others will.
• Dr. N. B. Leidy, ths Proprietor A Manufacturer,
is a regular Druggist, Chemist and Physician, o
.fifteen years experience in Philadelphia; rnembe
1 of different Medical Institutions of Philadelphia
New York, Boston, Daltimoro, do- and aesocitit
and correseondinjf member of several Medical In
stitutions of "London and Paris—hence the rea
son of the greater confidence placed in his pills,
anfffhere being recommended in the practice el
most resjfectable physicians liirougbont the Uni
ted Sißtes. -- "" .
Principal Depot, Dn. LrnhiV Durr.ii RT
No. 114 North Fourth Street. Philadelphia, and
, sold wholesale dnd retail by
J. R. Mover & E. P. Lulz, Bloomsburg; Dr.
A. B. Wilson, Berwick; Peter Ent,
Light Street; M. G. Shoemaker, Buckhorn ;
J. A. Moore, Danville; Ricketts & Stewart,
Orangeville; John Schmick, Cattawissa; A.
Levers, Washingtonville; J. M. Sheldon, Jer
• seytown; J. F.4)err, Whitehall; J.S.Woods
Columbus; Brown & Creasy, Mifliinsburg
E. Wertman, Rhorsburg, ami by Storekeepers
generally. . 49- ly
Established Fifteen Years ago, by
.TV. fl\ Corner of Third and Union sit.,
between Spruce end Pine streets,
Fifteen vears or extensive and uninterrupted
practice spent in this city have rendered Dr. K.
the most expert and successful practitioner far
•'.near, h-the treatment of all diseases of a private
' nature. 'Persons afflicted with uldera en the bo-
Idy. throat oi legs, pains jnftlie header banes, or
mercurial ehcumatisitk strictures, gravel, disenno
arising from youthful excesses'or impurities of
the blood, whereby the constitution has become
enfeebled, are all treated with success.
He who places himself under the care of Dr
It. may religiously confide in his honor as a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon his sxill as a
. physician.
Take Particular Notice!
Young men who have injured themselves by a
curtain practice indulged in, a habik: f(gquei.tly
learned from evil companions br at school, the ef
fects of which are nightly felt, even when asleep
and destroy both mind and body, should apply im
mediately. Weakness and constitutional debility
toss of muscular energy, physical lassitude and
general prostration, irratibility and all nervous af
fections. indigestion, sluggishness of the live., ti
every disease in any way connected with the dis
order of the procieaiivo functions cuied, and full
vigor restored.
imm sn tr u,Li f ,.
Premature Death.
Only 20 Cents.
This book just published is filled with us efts'
information on the infirmities and diseases of tire
genera'ire organs. It addresses itself alike to
youth, manhood end old age, and should be ror
bv all.
Tho' valuable advice and impressive warning it
gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering
and gave annually thousands of lives.
Parents by reading it will learn how to prevent
the destruction of their children.
A remittance of 215 cents enclosed in a letter,
addressed lo Dr. Kinkelin, N W corner of Third
and Union streets, between Spruce and Pine, in
Philadelphia, will ensure a hook under envelop*
per return of mail.
Persons at a distance may address Dr Kby
letter, (post paid) and be cured at home.
Packages of medicines, directions. Sic. forward
ed by sending a remittance, anil put up secure
from damage or curiosity.
Booksellers, News Agents, Pedlars, Canvassers
and all others i upplied with the alicve work at
very low rates. 2-1-Iy
~ Rheumatism.
D'. Henry Turner's Rheumatic Liniment.-*
This superior remedy for the Rheumatism, bu
-1 recently introduced irto this country by the pret
sent proprietor, riaJ (poo h<n known inEng
cand, London particularly, .as the best inj Cr.'j
certain euro for that distressing and painful af
tcr;tioh. Its effect U| on the system is mild and
holhing, at the same lirne certain and efficacious
rarely failing to give relief upon the first appli
cation. and by repeating it a few limes, a per
ir.Hhent cure is effected,
We have known cases of pain in the breas
and back, with soreness, of several weeks dura
tion, oured in one single night, and heard the
patient express his grateful thanks that such re
mody was ever discovered. We have also hoard
individuals say tbey would give thousands of
dollars for a cure for rheumatism, yetlhe same
individuls were cured by (wo bottles of this great
Liniment, costing but'fifty cents each. Who
would regret giving such a price for such s rem
cdy -lo be free from the excruciating tortuoe o
that moat painful of all diseases.
Afflicted go procure a bottle tff Dr. Tlimer'
Liniment and be healed at once ; do not lopger
delay, but cast aside sH nostrums and cute ells,
for the one thing needful to insuro a cure. Sold
wholesale and retail by D Wonrferly dc Co. pro
prialors No 20 Commerce strset, and their gen
eral agents Rowtnd and Son, No 31 Norffl Sixth
street, Philadelphia.
Also, by JOHN R MOYSR Blotmsburg, 6rh
aitnes and Slipper* just manufactured and
or safe ty warren riw-l.