The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, October 25, 1855, Image 3

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AiiMiii*i*<riior s Notice.
TVOTfCBts hereby given that letters "of'ad
-1" miiitst.raiioit io the crtatbof John Old,
late of Hemlock tow nship, in the county of
Columbia, dee'd, has been granted by the
Register of said county to Levi Aikntan who
resides in Center township,"and Franklin
Mcßride who resides in Hemlock township
in said county. All persons having claims
or demands against the eatate of the said de
cadent are requested to present to the admin
istrators or either of them without delay, and
all persona indebted to make payment lortb
witb. LEVI A IK-AN. ...
October 25 1855.
... rVBi IC SALE
<a>cr LLi.Ufc3VJL -_s£JS3tt<SAac®o.
pursuance of an outer of the Orphans
•A Court of Columbia county, Joseph Hartzel
Guardian of the estate of Eliza Fisher, Jacob
Fisbetyand Peter' Fisher, minor children of
John Fisher, lata o! Beuver township, Col.
county, deceased, .will on
' SATURDAY, the nth day of NOVEMBER
next, I at o'clock in the afternnoH expose to
public sale upon the premises the interest of
tho saitl warils (being the undivided one ftf
teenth part for each ward) ol a certain mes-
BHge or tract of land situate ill Mailt town
ship, Columbia County, containing altogether
ISO All It E 8 ,
adjoining, lands of Jacob Fisher and Jacob
Shurtijtn, which is purtly improved, but on
which there are no ttatlilingk
At the same lime and place. Henry Hart
zel, Guardian of the estate of Lydra Fisher
■ltd install Fisher, minor children of the
said John Fisher, will al-o, by virtue of a
similar order of the Orphans Cout t of Col.
county, expose to public eala the interest of
the sail! Lydia Fisher and Jaaiah Fisher, (be
trig lite undivided one filteetiih part of the
witole (or each ward) in the same premises
• Guardian of Eliza, Jacob and Peter Fisher.
Guardian of Lydtu and Jostab Fisher.
Ma ft) towimhip, (Vt. 25. 1855.
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Grand Jury for December Term, '55
Brtercreek— John Davenport, Jas. Evaui,
George L. Freeze,
Benton—Elijah Kline.
Centre—lsaac Entwine.
Franklin—Michael Mench.
Fishing Creek—Alexander Crpraer.
Greenwood—Barnabas Watts, James Gib
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Ml. Pleasant—George Vance.
Monlonr—William Purse), Phillip Krutn.
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Orange—Henry C Delong.
Koagn Creek— Michael Mowery.
Scott—lsaac Creveling.
Sugar loal—Samuel Kitchen, Alinas Cole,
, John Lewis, Jesse' Fritz
I Traverse Jurors for Dec'r Term, '55.
8100m —John Hicks, Hiram W. Thornton,
Reuben Fettermah, Hiram C. Hower.
Brier Creek—Lewis Dielerich, John Suit,
John Mane.
Beaver—John Shuman, William Cnlp.
Benton—Matthew McHenry, Stephen Kei
Centre—Gilbert H. Fowler, Alex'r Hughes,
Elias Creasy.
Csttnwissw-Soloman Ueinard, Jacob Kreiglt
Fishing Creek—William Raber.
Greenwood—Jacob Girard, Isaac Ikeler.
Hemlock—William H. Shoemaker, Will
lam Vandyke.
Locust—Henry Roads. Peter Keller, Hi
rain Keller, Levi Johnson, Henry Gager, Eli
as Helwtg.
' Madison—Jonathan Johnson, James Dil
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S. ERll l'S BALK.
BY virion ol sfeveral writ# of venditioni ze
ponas to toe directed there will be ex
pored lb public xele at the Court House in
Bloomsbcrg onSATURDAY THE ITth DAY
OF NOVEMBER NEXT, at 2 o'olock in the
afternoon, the lollowing real estate lo wit :
All that certain lo> of ground situate in
Hemlock township, Columbia county, hound
ed ami described as folloWe to wii: On the
north east by the main rond leading from
Blonmsburg to Jerseytown, on the south
east by lot of John Poust, on the south west
by lot of John MeKaynolda, ami on the north
west by lot of Daniel Neuhart, .containing
one fourth of an acre, be the same more or
less, whereon is erected a two -t<ry frame
dwelling hoime, a frame shoemaker shop,
and a frame stable, with the appurtenances.
Seized t.ket. in execution as ti.e property of
Henty Fans.
At the same time and place all that cer
tain lot of land situate ill He.nlork township,
Columbia county, bounded and described a-,
follows to wit: On the north and east by lands
of Win. Miller, and on the south and west by
land of Zebulon Bobbins, containing one
half of an acre, be the seme more or less,
all of which i cleared, whereon is erected
a one and a half story frame dwelling house
with the appurtenances. Seized and taken
in execution as the properly of Moses Gtbb-
At the same time and place a certain lot of
ground, situate in Scott township, county
of Columbia, adjoining lauds on the north, of
David Leaseri., oil the east by Jackson Hag
eiibnch, on the south by Aaron Boone, on
lite west by Anton Boone, containing three
acres, whereon ere erected a one and a ball
story frame dwelling house, and a frame sta
Seized, and taken in execulion, aa the
property of C. & C. Shug.
CONDITIONS—Ten per cent, of the pur
chase money to be paid when the property
is struck down, and lite balance on Thursday
the 6lh day ol November next.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 25 '55 j SHKIIIFF.
BY virtue of several writs of testatum ven
ditioni exponas there will be exposed lo
public sale at lite Coutl Honse. in Blooms
NOVEMBER NEXT, at l o'clock in the af
ternoon, the following real estate to wit:
| All those six certain tracts ol land situate in
Beaver twp , Columbia county, bounded and
I described as follows :
No. 1 culled BALBEC, beginning at post,
iheuce by lands of James McNeal, tiorih 12
degiees, west three hundred and forty-two
•lerches to a chestnut oak, thence by land of
Wm. Gray and VVm. Steedman, eouih sev
emy-eight degrees west 179 perches to a
port, thence by lands of Jeremiah Jackson,
south 12 degrees, east 410 perches to a post
thence by lands of Richatd Brook, north 78
degrees east 73 perches to a dogwood, north
12 degrees wes', 15 perches to a post, north
73 degrees, east 82 perches to a black oak,
t,, -nee by an old survey, north 12 t'egrpes,
west ££ pe'ches to a hickory, and north 32
de'irees par' 3-! perches to the place of be
ginning! containing - f ° ur hundred and twelve
ami one half acres am! !! ow "i ce of "* P*<
cent, for roads &c., on which at * erected two
log houses ami two stables, aud aioi' 1 Iwcn
ty five ac es of cleared land.
Another of them called "PALMYRA,''
beginning at a post, thence by land of
Hubert Gray, north 12 degrees, west 410 per
ches to a post, thence by land of Win Sieed
man, south 78 degrees, west 160 perches to
a post, thence by land of Jnn Brady, south
10 degrees, east 410 perches to a post, ami
thence by land of John Wild and Richard
Brook, north 78 degrees, east 166 perches to
thesplace of beginning, containing four bun
dled and ono acres and a quarter, arid allow
ance of six per cent, for roads. &c—Anoth
er of them called "STONE HALL," begin
ning at a post, thence by land of John Br.-
dy, north 12 deprees, west 263 perches to a
post, thence by land of Chas Hall, south 78
degrees, west 271 perches to a chestnut,
thence by land of Catharine Longenbergpr,
south 16 degrees and a quarter, east 276 per
ches to a stone, and iheuce by lands of Deb
orah Stewart and Thomas Brooks, north 78
degrees, east 249 perches to the place of be
ginning. containing four hundred and thirty
eight acres and a half, and allowance of six
per cent, for roads, &c., be the same more
or less, on which is erected a stone house,
and about half an acre ol cleared land. There
is also R vein of stone coal Opened on this
tract.—Another called ' FARMER'S DE
LIGHT." beginning a> a post, thence by laud
of Wm Steedman, north 16 degrees and three
quarters, west 3ID perches to a spant-h oak,
thence by land of Wm. Webb, sooth 74 de
grees, west 162 nerehos to a black oak,
thence by land ol Thonus Say, south 16 de
grees. east 20 perches to a chestnut, thence
by land ol Chas. Hall, sooth ft degrees and a
half, east 362 perches- to a post, thence by
land ol John Brady, north 78 degrees, east
130 perches (o an ash,north 12degrees, west
80 percheato a while oaK and north 78 de
grees, east 80 perches to the place of begin
ning, containing four hundred and eighteen
acres, and allowance of six per cent. Inr
roads, &c.—Another of them called 'TROY,'
beginning at a post, thence by land of Jere
miah Jackson, north 12 degrees, west 410
perches to a post, thenee by land of W. P.
Brady, south 78 degrees, west 80 perches to
a white oak, south 12 degrees, east 80 per
dies to an ah, south 78 degrees, west 130
perchea to a post, thence by land of John
Reese, south 12 degrees, east 263 perches to
a post, thence by laud of Thomas Brook,
north 78 degrees, • ast 20 perches to a chest
nut oak, sooth 12 degrees, east 41 perches
to a black oak, thence by tbe same and land
ol John Wild, north 78 degrees, east 106
perches to a black oak, south 12 degrees,
east 25 nerches to a white oak, and noith 78
degrees, east eighty perches the place of be
ginning, containing four hundred and twen
ty nine acres and a quarter, and nllowance
of six percent, for roads, &c., and the other
of them called " MAINE," beginning at a
post, thence by land of Wm P. Brady, north
8 degrees and a half, west 362 perches to a
chestnut tree, thence by lauds of Thomas
bay and Jesse Budd, south 74 degrees, west
188 perches to a post, thence by land ol
Thomas Bellas, south 55 degrees, east 89
perches, to a chestnut oak, thence by the
same and land of John Longenberger, sou.h
one hundred-and eighty eight perches to a
chestnut oak, thence by land of the said John
Longenberger, south 76 degrees and a quar
ter, west 124 perches to a post, south 16 de
grees aud-a quarter, .east 104 perches to a
chestnut tree, and thence by land of John
Reese, north 78 degrees, east 271 perches to
the place of beginning, containing three hun
dred and eighty-one acres and three quarters,
and allowance of six per cent, for roads, &c.
Seised taken in execution and to be sold
BB the properly of Jacob Loose.
Conditions of salt —Ten per pent, of the
purchase money to be paid when the proper
ly is struck down, and the bsliuce on the
6th day of Deoember next.
Bloomtbnrg, Oct. 4,' 1355. )
CHEAP FOR CASH, for axle at the Canal
or in town at tbe etore of
Oat 11, ' A J. EVANS
" HAS JUST received and opened a new
and splendid assortment of
sa^.s®syAit Han
For Fall Rnd Winter, at his store on Main
Street below Market, to which he invites
the attention of the public. His assortment
will con pare in prioe and quality with any
to be found on this side of Philadelphia,
and includes
He has on hand every desirable and fash
ionable style ol Cloths, plain and fancy cas
and cverv article of
His slock is aellittg fast, and will be re
plenished every few weeka, for his motto
is ' small profits and quick sales "
Call and see our goods. We charge noth
ing for showing thens, and will always take
country produce in pay at ihe market prices.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 16, 1866.
No woman of delicacy is willing to disclose the pecu
llur allim-nts incident to her box, even to nmost initmato
family physician.
This modeety and dMiency la Implanted by natures
and neither should nor liegd b® subjected to the rude
xhocks ine.Jtnblo In inuking known fo tho other sc-X
those ailments belonging exclusively to the female.
Except In extreme cases, her sensitiveness wiU socn
flco her health rather than her delleocy.
The consequeuces are serious, laineutable, and Hfo
long. ,
Thus what at flr-t ooald have l*>en easily remedied,
or perhaps trotter still not incurred, becomes n compli
cation of diseases, not only ruining the health of the
mother, and embittering her days by sickness and suf
fering, but entailing broken constitutions upon bor
children, und embarrassing, if not distressing, the busi
ness und pecuniary prospects of tho husbuud. Lot svory
sousible woman
(as thousands have dono) by the hitler experience and
suffering* of other*, of the dreadful conseuuence# she
entails upon herself and those endeared to her, by her
ignorance of the simplest and plainest rules of health as
connected with the marriage state, tho violation of
which entails disease, suffering, and mlwry. . .
How many are sntiertng l'roin obstructions or irregu
larities peculiar to the female system, which undermine
tho health, tho effects of which they aro ignorant, und
for which their delicacy forbids seeking medical ud
vice I How many sutler from j/roluisus uteri (fulling of
the womb), or trota flour albtis (weakness, debility, &c )f
How many ore in constant agony for many months pre
ceding coufinemontl How many have difficult, If not
dangerous deliveries, and alow and uncertain recoveries!
To the question, h>w are thobc to be prevented? what
shall bo done! the answer i simple.
Let every woman ascertain tbr herself, without vio
lence to her delicacy, the nature and character of tho
ailment (to which she as a female Is subject) the caws
from which it may arise, and the'proper remedies for
its ctm and future prevention
Tins she can do by possessing a little volume (already
possessed by thousands), W HICH TELL 9 EVER Y
but chaste words, and such us sho can understand.
This little volume is emit led
rnortssoß or dihbasfs or woukv.
One Hundredth Edition (600,000) 13 m0., pp. 260.
a s * work of established reputation, found
A stall en*, ••logues of the great Trade Bales in
classed in the y• *• '• and other cities, and sold by
New York. l'hiiiuWh.. United States. It was
♦lie princiiial bookseller* n • • k i m .
uret publlsiied In 1847, since ir|** c *
hove been sold, of which there were upwaru.
attesting th Itlgh estimation in which it la held aa THE
ONLY RELIABLE, popular medical
the author having devoted, and still devotes, his exclu
sive attention to the treatment of complaints peculiar to
females, in respect to which ho is yearly consulted by
thousands, botn in person and by letter.
Here every woman ©an discover, by comparing her
own symptoms with those describ tl, the nature, charac
ter, causes of, und the proper remedies for her com
Tiiq wife about becoming ft motlier has often ne<-d of
instruction and advtce of the utmost im]>ortancu to her
future health, .will And such instruction end advice, and
also explain many symptom* which otherwise would
occasion anxiety or alarm, as uH the pecullaritioe inci
dent to her situation ftre described.
It is of course impracticable to convey fully ihe va
rious subjects floated of, aa they are of a nature strictly
intended for the married or those contemplating mar
riage. The revelutionb contaned in its pages buva
proved ft ble-slng to thousands, as tho innumerable let
ters received by the author (w ileh ho is permitted by
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Extract qf a Utter from a gentleman in Dayton, Ohio.
DATTON, May 1,1847.
Dr. A M. MSmicoau:
- My-wife has been perceptioly sinking for tome three
years or more, in consequence >r her great anguish and
suffering some months l>efore and during coubnement:
overy sneresslve one more and mere debilitated and
prostrated her, putting her iifo in imminent danger, and
which was on the hist occasion dt*lttr*d of I supposed
that this state of tilings was Inevitable, nn>t resigned
myself to meet tho worst. At this time (now about two
months), I henrtl your book highly spoken of, as con
taining some matters re-.ching my ease. On Its receipt
and perusal, I cannot express to you the relief It uftbrded
my distressed mind, and the Joy its pages Imparted to
my wife, on learning that tho great discovery of M. M.
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under to you, for having been U>o menus of imparting to
us the matters contained In "The Married Woman's
Prlvato Medical Oouipaidon." But for tills, ore another
year would have passed over my head, in all huuinn
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Uiy children left nuUlierless."
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position* huve Iw-cn attempted, as well on booksellers n*
on tho public, by imitations of title page, spurious edi
tions, and surreptitious iufringemuut* of copyright, and
other devices tuid deceptions, it itas been found nrcea&ry
to buy no book unless tho word* "Dr. A. M MAURI
cbao, 120 Liberty Blreet, N. Y.," Hi on (and the outry in
the Clerk's Office on the bsck of) the tide page; and
buy only of respectable and houornble dealers, or send by
mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Maurloeau.
63" Upon receipt of One Dollar " THjJ MARRIED
oent inutile'l free) to any port of the United States, the
Canada*, and British Provinces. -All Letters must bo
post-paid, and addressed to Dr. ▲. M. MAURICEAU,
box 122 A, Nsw-Yoik City. PuSitshfng Office, No. 13$
liberty Street. New-York- -
Agents in Pennsylvania.
T. B. Peterson, J. M. Mo.s & Bro , and T.
Cou'patiliail, Ptiilailelpliia—Mrs. Cynthia
Williams, HonesdalF— Wentz & Stark, Car
honrtale—E. Flint, Williamaport—S. Tunlt,
Wilkesbarre~S. Leader, Hanover —B. Hull,
Pit'sioti—J. S. Nick son and A. K. McClnre,
Charnbersburg—E. Benner, Sortiticytnis'ti—
Joseph Swariz, Bloomsburg—G. VV. Earle,
Waynesboro—J.H.Cornelius, New Berlin—
G I). Main, ftlainsborg—Potter & McMann,
Be.llonte---H. A. Lance, Reading.
Joly 26, 1865.—6 m.
THE subscriber offers lor sale his FARM,
situate in Fislnngcreek township, Columbia
uounly, about 24 milea above Orangeville,
adjoining lauds of Hiram R. Kline, I'homaa
Lunger and Jacob Eyer, now occupied by
the owner, and containing aoout
of which about 8 acres is timbered and the
rest well improved for farming. There are
on the premisea, . . .
a frame bam, a good yuuug apple orchard,
a lot of valuable peach trees, cherry trees,
&c. 17* Condition* will be made known
by applicaiott ou the premises to
Fiahingcreek, Oct. 4, 1866.
FANCY GOODS, of every description and
variety, new styles, and fresn from New York
and Philadelphia, for asle at this ohe.ip store
yfT rtgr TTartnv<r'or. <C CSBCE>®
HAVE lost received and opened iheir atock of for wd'Winler
which ihe LARGEST, CHEAPEST, and HANDSOMEST aMortmeu now
offered in thi;TOWN! Having paid great attention to the seleonon of tneir *°?*>
as to price and quality, they flattei themselves that they ctfn compete cheape ,
and all those wishing to buy cheap, can save money by giving us a call. We na e
kinds of Goods and Wares to supply the wants of the ftpople. A very large lot ot
French merinoea, wool plaids, alpacas, bombazines, de bages, poplins, pararaetla cloths,
mohair In.tres, muslin de lame., Persian cloths, Ginghams, Calicoes, &c.
WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS, Sieves. Collars Spencers, handkerchiefs,
flouncing., bauds and trimmings, laces and edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel
vet ribbons, and braids, kid, cotton, and lisle thread alove., mohair mitts, &c.,
All kinds ol SHAWLS, hroche, Bay Slate, Walerville, black silk, oaahmere. Embroder
*d, &c. Also a very large assortment of cloths, cassimers, sattinetts,, tweeds;
jeans, beaver cloths, coating velvet, &c.
We have a large assortment ol Hats and Caps of latest fashions. We have also Hard
ware, Queensware, Cedarware, &c. Very cheap carpels, carpet bags, floor, table and car
riage oil clothe, mats ruas, baskets, &c. Muslins flannels, tickings, diapers, toweling.,
drillings. &c., in abundance.
VVeiovite our friends and the public generally to give ua a oall before purchasing el-e
--where. We have bought our goods at Lowest Cash' Prices and will not be undersold by
anybody, or the rest of mankind.
Bloomsburg, October 28, 18S5.
SBarmcpoa ODDfQ&afPuasass C33OD*
Fashionable Fall and Winter Clothing !
In the Exchange Block next to Swarlz'a Book Store. They have on hand a large and
full assortment of
of all sorts and sizes, that the present enlightened agft knows any thine about. Of Pants
and Vests they have every color of the rainbow, besides some black, blue, grey, striped
and fancy ; Y>s'.s of satin, silk, bufl, casimere, marseilles, linen and worsted of all fash
ionable c'utsantl colors ; Working Pauls and boys clothing. Also fine white, figured and
striped shirts, Pocket and Neck Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Scarfs, all kinds of gentle
man's dress good. ; Hats, Cups, Trunks, Traveling Bags and Umbrellas ; and
Tlicy have UnAersleves, Spencers, Collars, Rigatett", Gloves, Mills, f.adies'a bead-bak
Handkerchiefs, &c., &c. Also Jewelry and Notiona, such as Kings, Breast pins, Gold and
Silver Pens and Pencils, Medallions, Vest und Fob chains, Porttnouiee, Spectacles, Knives
Razors and a well selected assortment of Accordeons.
£7* Remember the cheap store in the "Exchange Block" opposite the Court house.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 4, 18f>5. S. DREIFUSS, & Co.
1855 lYew Fall and Winter Goods! 1855
INVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fashionalo clothing at his siors od Mark it
street, two doors above the -'American House," where he ha. a full assortment of men
and boy's wearing apparel, including
3>A£2IIIviDSJA22La M&lSfflg
pox, sack ftock, gum and oil cloth coats of all sorts and sizes, pantsof nli colors, shawls
stripes and figure, vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders
and fancv articles. .
N. B. ' lie will also make to order any nrticle ol clothing at very short notice and in
the best manner. All his clothing is made to war, and most of it is of homo manufac
Bloomsburg, Sept. 20lh 1855-3 m.
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3^ > 114 Pulton St., New York.
"Public b3l of Valuable
f|A HE 'ubactilVßf will offer si rub'io sale up
J- on the premises in Roaringcr'ei tuWgship.
Columbia county,on
Saturday the 3d of IVov. nctt
at 1 o'clock in the sfternoon, the following test
estate, viz: s TRACT containing 94 acres,
ntoro or less, uiljoining lands of John C> My
ers, Jacob Fisher, Daniel II suck, Wright
floghea aijd Geo. Craig. About 69 acres is
cleared land, the remainder good
'flMßElt LAND.
There are on the ptemiseu a (wo story Uwsl I
ting House, a fnrne barn, plenty of fruit, end a
never-failing well of water near the bouse.
A 1,80, at the same tinio and place a lot on
Main Htreet, in tho town of Numidia, on which
there is a two story
It adjoins ground of John P. J.evan and Wni.
Bcott. Terms Aiade known on the day of sale
Roaringcreek, Bept. 38, 185
Hood's Ornamental Iron works,
Kidge A venue, Philadelphia.
THE attention of the inhabitants of I'enn
r.ylvania are invited to the extensive Muirafnc.
lory anj Wuierooms of the subscriber, whe is
prepared to furnish at the shortest notice, Iron
Railing of every description, for Cemeteries,
| public and private buildings, also Verandahs,
Fountains, Chairs, Herleea, Lions, Dogs and
other ornamental iron woiks of decorative char
ade'. I'urcli asors nay rcltr on having ull ar
ticles carefully bozed and shipped to their des
tination. A hook of designs will he furnished
to those wishing to make seleetiona.
Ridge Avenue, below Spring Garden St.,
September 27. 1855.
csanrf' aj,*>,q=>
tho BEST BOOKS in your schools and
your ohildren will leain more in six months
than in three yenrs with inferior ones, and
you will
SANDER'S NEW are tlie best Readers,.
WEBSTER'S are the Jpest Dictionaries.
Spl.e'ddid Outline Mann.
■ Sower & Barnr*,
Publishers, Booksellers (f Stationers,
33 North Third Street.
October 11, 1855—3 m.
Freah Arrival!
ANEW lot of cheap muslins and prints
iust received by railroad and for sal* by
; Jj. C. MENBCH.
FOB AlliitTßi.ioii
DY the aid of a microscope, we see million
*-* of little openings on the sur/foe of oar
; bodies. Through these this Ointment, when
rubbed on the skin, is carried .10 any organ
or inward psrt. Diseases of the Kidneys, dis
orders of the Liver, affections of the heart,
Inflammation on the Lungs, A'thinas, coughs
and colds, are by its means effectually cured
Every housewife, knows that salt pusses free
ly through bone or meat of any thickness.-
This healing Ointment far more readily pen
etrates through any bone or fleshy part of
the living body, curing ibe most dangeroos
inward complaints, that cannot be reached
by other means.
Erysipelas, Salt Rheum and Scorbutic
Humors. *TV
No remedy has ererdone so much forthe
core ol disease of the Skill, whatever form
they may assume, as tluu Ointment. No case
of Salt Rheum, Scurvy, sore heads. Scrofula,
or Erysipelas, can long withstand its influ
ences. The inventor has traveled over many
parte of the globe, viaiung the principle hos
pitals, dispensing this Ointment, giving ad
vice us to its application, and has thus been
the moans of restoring courtiers numbers of
1 health , ,
Sore Legs, Sore Hreatis, Ifounds and
Some of the moat scientific surgeons now
' rely solely on the use of ihia wonderful
Ointment, when having to cope with the
worn cases of sores, wounds, nicer-, glandu
lar swellings and tumors. Prof. Hollow-ay lias
by command of the Allied Govertimet:la,die-
patched to the hospitals ol the Last, fargu
shipments of this Ointment, ro tie used uuder
the direction of the Medical Stall, in the
worst cases of wounds. It will cureauy ulcer,
glandular swelling, stiffness or contraction of
the joints, even of SO years' standing.
I'ties and Fistulas.
Tne-e and other similar distressing com
plaints can be effVlually cured if the Oint
ment be well rubbed in over the parts alfecti
ad, and by otherwise following ttae-printed
directions around each part
Both the Ointment and I'Ml thouM be
used in the following cases!
B miuiis, Lumbago,
Burt b, Mercurial Erup-
Chapped Hand', lior.s,
Chilblain', Pile,.
Fistulas, Rheumatism,
Gout, ;-i u |l Rheum,
Skin Disease., Sore l-egc,
Sore Breast', Swelled Gland*,
Sore Heads, Stiff Joints,
Sore Throats, Sores o( all kinds,
Sprains, Scalds,
Ulcers, Wounds of all
Venereal Sores, kinds.
Sold ai the Manufactories of Prof. Hollo
way, 80 Maiden f.ane, New York, and 214
Strand, London, and by-all respectable Drug
gists and Dealefa ol Medicines throughout
the United Stales, and the civifitwd world!,
in Pom, m.25 cents, 62j cents, and SI each.
SW There is a- considerable saving by
takina the larger sizes.
N. B Directions for the guidance of oa
tients in every disorder nrc affined to each
July 19. 1855.
100,000 cor I EH !
Sit iimboat Disasters "ti the, Western
Haters, and Steamboat Directory.
rpHE undersigned hsve now in conris of
1. preparation a new Steamboat Directory,
which will be isaucd in October next, the
book will contain over two hundred pages, il
lustrated in the best style, and jnestly bound
in s durable manner. It will be one of the
most interesting hooks ever published, an J
will be a book that will be interesting to aN
classes of people. The Steamboat Directorr
will contain a complete list and description of
all the Staamlinate now afloat in the Western
and Southern waters. The length,, model.
I speed, power and tonnagr of each boat, rrliere
and by whom built, the name of tho toat,
ofthth" trade she lies in. Also, the names
ofCap.'sirt! ' and officers, hor age, dec. Tho
Directory will contain a History of Steamboats
and Sleandmuting on the Western waters,
aince the application of steam: also, a sketch
of the lira! boat built the Ohio Rivet, with
the name of the builder, commander and own
The River Directory will contain list and
description of all- the Blruud>oat Disaaleis
that have occurred on the Western and South
ern waters, hi-uutilully illustrated-. Willi a lilt
of all those who perished by their burn
ing, sinking ni.d exploding, on the weatoru
and southern w ilars., Tito Directory will
contain Maps of lbs Ohio, Mississippi, Mis
souri, Illinois, Arkansas, White, lted, Ouachita
Yazoo, and other rivvie, with the towns and
cities laid down, with collect distances: also,
many (Ik r ff iver and Commercial items of
inter s to the people at I irge. The hook will
contain the csiils of the various U. S. Mail
Boats, with the trade thoy are in, die. The
Directory will also coiiliin a complete list of
all the responsible Steamboat l.icenaei Offi
cers, their place's cf residence, dec. dec., the
new steamboat law its icqnircmei Is, with
comments, showing wherein it benefits ffia in
competent officer, and injutea the competent
officer, die. he., and ull the important U. 8.
Supreme Court steamboat decisions up to
date; the Rules uiul important Commercial
Privileges, Uills uf Lading, important decis
ions ul' the various If, 8. Courts in regard to
freights Lost and Damaged, dec. Sic., with
many other things of interest. , , '
The Directory will lie illustrated in the beat
style, and printed in the best manner. The
author has for sis years been gathering
together all the facts und Heine in regard to tho
numerous steamboat disasters on 'he Western
and Bputbcrn waters, und now intends pub
lishing ilnm in book form. The price of the
work will be put at the low sum of One Dollar
Ten thousand copies will be issued for the
boatmei.; all others desirous of suba ribing,
will have lo do so at once, at none will bo
printed unless ordered In advance. This work
is destined to have a circulation of over eight
thousand copies, as tho publishers ere receiv
ing large numbers of subscribers, per mail,
from ull parts of the countiy, daily. Some of
the oldest hualtnCn, as well as most scientific
men of the times, are contributors to the
Steamboat Directory.
The Directory will be isausd in October,
and will be an ornsmant to the parlor aa well
as steamboat. By remitting One Dollar, post
paid, yon will receive e copy of the above
All communications and lepers should bs'
addressed to J AS. T. LLC YD + OU-
Pout Office Building, Cincinnati, (Miio,
July 13, 18.55.
IM| USLINS a yard wide for 8 ceils, and
good prims for <ll cents jut received
by • AC. MENSCH.
ff RON STEED, aud every kind of Hard
* ware for aale by