The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, February 14, 1856, Image 4

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    £>R. JT. B. MAROHISI'S
CELEBRATED CATHOLICON
For the Relief ind Curt of Suffering Females
s " m ' B P'e-eminen
Wjs&sS'ffl/Kyk for curaiive powers ii
all I he diseases lor whirl
'' '* recommended usu
Frmnle Complaints
Ol these are Prolapse
pi maiion and Ulceration n
the Womli; Incidental Hemorrhage,nr Flood
irtg; Painful !up|.reased, and Irregular Men
•triiatio'i, &c , with ill their accompaiiyiii:
evils, (Cancer excepted,) no rr.aUer how se
vere or how long eland.ug.
This medicine has never been introduce
by empty puffs and mi-representations, no
is It intended that its present popularity ahai
be sustained by any nieuium but its merit
and the approbati n of the public.
REFERENCES.
F feel it a duty incumbent upon mveelf to
declare publicly the great blessing IV. Mar
chine* Uterine Catliolicon has proved to me.
F"f IpO years my health was miserable; I
was almost unable to walk. Physicians pro
nounced my case falling ol tlie womb, exten
sive ulcerations, commencing with flour al
biis. The pains, irri'atior., prostration, &e.,
rendered life a burden. In this miseratde
condition, Dr. F. P. Newland recommended
Dr. Marehisi's Uterine Calholieon. After la
king tour bottles I found myself in perfec l
health. Gratitude for my reatora ion makes
me ardently desire that all mv sex, a like
nnforiunate, may find sure relief Irom this in
estimable medicine.
ELIZABETH A. NEWLAND,
No. 19 West st., Utiea,N. Y.
The'above staiemen; I know 10 be true,
F. P. NEWLAND. VI. 0..
Ulica, New York.
I would be "glad to have • further supply,
as the medicine ia becoming very popular,
and I think will continue, as it lias given re
lief in everv instance where properly taken.
THOMAS NEWMAN, M. D.,
Mt. Vernon, Ind.
Prevail on medical men to adopt it in their
practice; and I have no tears ol the result,
from what knowledge 1 have ob'ained per
sonally of its curative powers. I wish the
medicine kept here.
T. C. HAWKINS, M D.,
Wsynesburg, Pa.
I must say, flora iny own experience and
personal observations in my practice, it has
proved to be the best and safest remedy Inr
the difficulties for which it is rerommemled,
viz : those ot female weakness, such us Pro
lapsus U eri, Flour Albus, and all irregular
and painlul menstruation, ami diseases of ir
ritation of the female organs.
D. Y. FOOTE, M. D ,
Syraouse, N. V.
The claims of this medicine to the confi
dence of the public are strengthened by the
fsct of its having received the approbation
anil patronage of many prominent members
of the Medical Faculiy in ihe United States,
some of whom have voluntarily given letters
ol commendation, i see pamphlet,) sustaining
all that is claimed for it as a curative agent.
Pamphlets containing much uselul infor
mation touching the nature and symptoms of
Ihe above diseases, together with testimoni
als from ladies of the highest respectability,
us certified by the most satisfactory authori
ty, to all which Ihe attention of ladies and
practitioners is respectfully invited, can be
had gratis at Ihe store of
J It. MOYF.R. Agent.
Druggist, Blnomsbnrg, Pa.
Also sold by most of the leading Druggists
in the country.
I. Jt. MAh'CHISI & CO.. Proprietors.
Central Depot, 304 Broadway, N. Y.
Jan 31, 1856.
greenwoo r y
AT
MILLVILLE. COLUMBIA CO.. PA.
For Youth oi" bolli Sexes.
n.n. t'ttixf li'ti,
THIS Institution which has been in suc
cessful operation lor several yeais has
recently been enlarged to give better accom
modations for boarders and increased facili
ties for Tuition, &c.
Each quarter of the School year consists
of eleven weeks, and the next session will
commence on the 13th of August, but pu
pils will be taken at any season.
In addition to the constant attention of thp
Principal, the services of an experienced
teacher have been procured. Instruction will
be given iri all the English branches usually
taught, and also in Latin.
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy will be
illustrated by appropriate apparatus and ac
cess given to a Library end the use of Math
ematical instruments. Bucks and Statione
ry will be provided for all who desire.
vsadjpso
TUITION, 83.50, 84 and 84.50 per quarter,
graded by the course of strnly.
Boarding, Tuition, Washing Lights, &e.,
824 per quarter, one-half payable quarteily
in advance.
BF*For further particulars address the prin
cipal.
Millviile, July 6, 1855.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
TIHE subscriber respectfully invites die at
tention of dealers anil others, to his large
anil well selected stock of leather and Fin
ings, which is kealconstontly fresh by repented
drafts upon tk manufacturers of this country
and of Eurey and which is niado up in pari
of the following articles, via :—The best Oak
and Red Bole; Slaughter, Skirting nod Damng.
Ed do ; Harness, Bridle, Band and WeltLcaih
er; Thong and Lacing do. • W* Upper, Boot
Grain, Buff and Split do.; Oily Slaug. K.ps
Balled and Collar do. ; City, Country, French
and Patent Calf Bkins ; Boot Leg Moroccos,
Buck Bkins, Pad skina, Chamois,and Moroccos;
Bindings and Linings of almost every descrip
tion: Shoe Thread, Patent Thieud, Bilk, 800 l
Cora, Lace, end Bilk and Union Galloons
Black snd Colored English Lasting. Worsted
Uppere,end Crimped Fronts and footings ; Awls
Turks, JNoetlles. Eyelet end Crimping Machines
and Eyelets; Steel, Iron, Copper and Zinc Nails,
Filet, Keeps, Knives; Rubbers, Pegs, Bristles;
and Boot Web; Hammers, Bootand BhoeTrees,
J,aits. Crimps, Clamps, Handles. Gum, Color,
Cod Liver and Tanners Oil; Shoe Tools and
Currier's Tools ol all kinds, ready for use, be
sides many other articles not enumerated above,
all of which will be aele at the lowest market
rates, by JOHN WHITE,
Importer and Dealer, 497 Market Street,
- ... Above 13lh, Philadelphia
ill WAKE Am" STOVES
, Establishment-
THE UNDERSIGNED, respectfully In
forms his old friends end customers,tha I
he baa purchased hie brother's interest in the
above establisttment, end the concern will here
after be conducted by himself exclusively. He,
■n hat just received end ofl°eis for sale the
£*■ largest and most extensive assortment
tBK? ment „f FANCY BTOV EB ever intro
duceJ into this market.
Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on hind
■nd manufactured to oider. All kiuda of re
pairing done, as usual*, on short notice.
The patronage of old frients and new cus
tomers is respectfully solicited.
A. M. RUPERT.
Bloomsbarg Jan. 13, 185 . 51-if
STARTLING, BUT TRUE!
VJUMiINE TO EVERY SENSIBLE WOMAN.
WWT J-£M AL.BS StlkFKn IN lIKAI.TII.
No wemnn of delicacy is willing to dlncloae the peon-
Inr ailment* incident to her sex, even to a most intimate
busily phy*lclun.
This modesty and delicacy la implanted ly nature,
ind neither should nor neel lw KVbJectcd to the rude
shocks inevitable in making known to tlio other sex
'hose ailments belonging; exclusively to the female.
Kxcept in extreme cases, licr rcnslttVeueM will ncri
ioo her health rather than her dollcacy.
The consequences are serious, lamentable, and llfo
■ne.
'thus wlmt at first could have been easily remedied,
r iH't'liaiM better still, not Incurred, becomes n compil
ation or diseases, not only ruining the health of the
Mother, and embittering her days by sickness nnd suf
••ring, but entailing broken constitutions awn her
children, and embarrassing, If not dlKlrvflfclng, the hush
tess nnd pecuniary prospects of the husband. la-1 every
asnsibie woman
TAKE WARNING IN TIME,
(as thousands have done) by the bitter experience and
I -mtl'erlufrs of others, of the dreadful consequences she
1 entails upon herself and those endeared to lier, by her
Ignorance of the simplest and plainest rules of health as
! connected with the marriage state, the violation of
which entails disease, eutlt'ring, and misery.
How tuuny are * uttering from obstructions or irregu
larities iieculiar to the female system, which nndermhio
the health, ihe effects of which they oro ignorant, and
1 for which their delicacy forbids seeking medical ad
vice I How many sutlhr from prolnimu uteri (falling of
the womb), or from flour albus (weakness, debility, 4tc.)l
How many are In constant agony for many months pre
ceding confinement I How mony have difficult, if not
datnreroiis deliveries, and slow anu uncertain recoveries!
To the question, how arc these to be prevented I what
shall IKS done? the answer Is simple.
Lot every woman ascertain for herself, without vio
lence to her delicoey, the nature and character of the
ailment (to which she as a I'emnlo is subject), the causes
from which it may ari*e, and tlio proper remedies for
its cure and future prevent lon.
This she can do by posh using a little volume (already
possessed by thousands), WHICH TELLS E Villi V
WOMAN WHAT IS THE MATTER, AND
TELLS HER WHAT TO DO FOR IT, in simple
but chaste words, and such as she can understand.
This little volume is entitled
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAUIUCEAU,
PUOFRASOR OF DIDR A*F* OF WOMRN.
One Hundredth Edition (000,000) 13roo, pp. 200.
fox FIXE PAPER, EXTRA BINDING, $1.00.]
A standard work of established reputation, found
classed in the Catalogues of tlio great Trade Sales in
New York, Philadelphia, and other cities, and sold by
•he principal booksellers In the United Hlates. It was
nrst published in 1847, slnco which timo
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND COPIES
have been sold, of which there wore upwards of
ONE III'NDIIED THOUSAND SENT ISY MAIL
attestinglhn high estimation in which It is held ns THE
OSLY RELIABLE , popular medical
BOOK FOlt EVJfIIY FEMALE,
the author bavin* devot&l, and still devotes, his exclu
sive attention to the treatment of complaints }M'cuiiar to
h inoJee, In respect to which he is yearly Oanattlted by
thousands, !>oth in person and by letter.
Here every woman can discover, by comparing her
own symptoms with those described, tlio nature, charac
ter, causes of, and tlio proper remedies for her com
plaint*.
Tin; wife about upcoming a mother Ims often need of
Instruction and advice of the utmost im]>ortunee to her
future health, will find such Instruction and advice, and
aluo explain many symptoms which otherwise would
occasion anxiety or alarm, as nil the peculiarities inci
dent to her situation nro drecribed.
It I* of course impraotlcablo to convey fully the va
rious subjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly
Intended for the married or tnose contemplating mar
riage. The revelations contained in its page* have
proved a blessing to thousands, a* the Innumerable let
ters received by the author (which ho is permitted by
the writers to pubibh) will attest.
Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Dayton, Ohio.
DAYTON, May 1,1847.
Dr. A. AT. Mtntriceau:
"My wife has been perccplloly sinking for some three
years or more, in consequence of her great anguish and
buffering some months before and during coniiueincnt •
every luccesslvo ono more nnd more debilitated and
pro*t rated her, putting her life In Imminent danger, and
wlileh was on the last ocean, .w if paired of 1 supposed
that tlds state of tiling* was inevitable, and resigned
myself to meet the worst At tills timo (now about two
months), I heard your l*>ok highly spoken of, as con
taining some matters reaching my case. On its receipt
nnd perusal, I cannot express to you tlio relief it afforded
my distressed mind, unu the joy it* pages imparled to
my wife, on learning that tlio ureat discovery of M. V.
Desonieaux provided a remedy. It opened a rrospect
to mo which 1 little conceived was possihlo. No |-ecu
ninry consideration can ever repay the obligations! nin
under to you, for having been tbc means of imparting to
u* 1 lie matters contained in 44 The Married Woman s
Private Medical Companion. l 4 But for this, ere another
year would have passed over my head, in all human
probability my wile would have been in her grave and
my children 101 l motherless."
In consequence of the universal popularity of the
work, us evidenced by Its extraordinary sale, various im
position* have boon attempted, us well on bookseller* a*
on the public, by imitations of title page, spurious edi
tions, and surreptitious infringement* of copyright, ami
otlior devices mid deception*, it ha* lecn found ncce**nry
therefore
TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless the words "Dr. A.M. MAURI
CEAI*. 120 Liberty Street. N. Y.," is on (and the entry in
the Clerk's Office on the buck of) the tile pag: and
buy only of respectable and I onornhle dealers, or scud by
mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Maurlccau.
Upon receipt of Cne Dollar "THE I/fARFTED
WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION" is
wnt [maiUil free) to any rrt of the United States, the
Canada*, and British Provinces. AH Letters must bo
post-paid, and addressed to Dr. A. M. MAURICEAU.
box 1224. New-York City, publishing Ctiicc. Ho. 125
Street, New-York-
Agents in Pennsylvania.
T. B. Peterson, J. M. Moss k Bro , and T.
Cowpetthail, Philadelphia—Mrs. Cynthia
Williams, lionesdale—Wentz & Stark, Car
homtale—K. Flint. VVilliamsporl—S. Tuck,
Wilkesbarre—S. Leader, Hanover—B. Hall,
Pilston—J. S. Nickson and A. K. McClure,
Chambersburg—E. Benner, Sumneytown—
Joseph Swartz, Blonmsburg—G. W. Earle,
Waynesboro—J.H. Cornelius, New Berlin—
G I). Main, Mainsborg—Potter & McMann,
Beilloi te—H. A. Lance, Reading.
July 26, 1855. —6m.
Trusses! Trusses! Trusses!
C. H. NEEDLES,
TRUSS AND BRACE ESTABLISHMENT,
f. \V COR. OF 12111 ASD RACE STREETS,
PHILADELPHIA,
IMPORTER of fine French rusß "'^? = l
es, combining extreme lightness,
ease and durability with correct construction.
Hernial or ruptured patients can be suited
by remitting amounts, as below :—Sending
number ot ir.ches round the hips, and stal
ing tide affected.
Cost of Single Trues, 82, 83, 84, 85.
Double, 35,86, 88, and 10.
liieltUf.lioiis as to wear, and how to effect
a cure, when possible, sent with the Trus.
Alto for tale, in great variety, l)r. Ban
tling's Improved Patent Body brace, fur the
cure of Prolapsus Uteri; Spinal Props and
Supports, Paten! Shoulder Braces, Chest ex
pandeis and F.rector Braces, adapted to all
with stoop shoulders and weak lungs; English
Elastic Abdominal Belts, Suspensories, Syr
inges—male and female.
Ladies' moms, with lady attendants.
AuguM 2. 1855.
<s>assrajaw£ aaa~
AMI
LIVERY STARLE.
£3"u u*3o LPiPCDaQ.afl.a3ss
IVONV runs anew omnibus between Blooms
burg and the Railroad Oeput, which
will lake passengers Irotn and to any of the
residences of the town, or the American
House and Forks Hotel; anil he will
also furnish conveyances to all travellers who
may wish to go into any part of the county.
The omnibus will leave Blnomsburg twice
daily at 10$ o'clock A. M., and at 3$ o'clock
P. M.
He has also a large livery stable connected
with the omnibus line, from which he can
accommodate the public, with conveyances
for travelling, pleasure excursions or busi
ness.
Bloomßbttrg, April 24, 1855. ly.
THOMAS BUTLER,
No. 7 South Seventh Street,
PHILADELPHIA;
]Y|aiiulrtoiiner ol strong Tinware, Copper,
Tin and Ziuo Batning Tubs, Bathing
Pans, and every kind of batning apparatus.
Also deed and paper boxes.
Prompt attention given to ordered work,
and goods carefully lorwpieed on orders.
Philadelphia, August 17th, 1864.
fancy Paper,
Envelopes, Pens, Ink, Writing sand. &c
an be found at the cheap Book store of
JOSEPH SWARTZ,
i Philad'n. and R.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.—-1855. —
The Great Northern and Western U. S.
Mail Routes.
Speed increased and fare reduced.
Mule Schuylkill, Caltawissa, Sunbury and
, Erie, Williamsport and Elmira Railroad.
Through to Buffalo, in 16 hours.
" Niagara Falls, ' 16 "
" Delroil, ' 24 "
" Chicago, 1 34 "
" St. Louis. ' 43 "
ty Ticket Office—N. VV. corner Sixth and
Chestnut streets, and Philadelphia and Read
me R- R. Depot, corner of Broad and Ninth
streets.
On and after Monday, May 7th, Thrae Pas
senger Trains will leave the Philadelphia nnd
Reading Railtoatl Depot, corner of Broad and
Vine streets, daily, (Sunday's excepted,) as
lollows:
DA Y EXPRESS-c, A. M.
Stopping at Phrrnixville and Reading only.
Connecting with the Caltawissa, Williams
port, and Erip, and Williamsport and Elmira
Railroad; arriving at Elmira at 4 o'clock P.
M., connecting with New York and Erie
and Buffalo; and from thence, via. Steamers
on Lake Erie, or on Lake Shore Railroad, to
Cleveland, Toledo, Monroe, Sandusky and
Delroil. Also, with Elmira, Canandaigoa
with New" York Central Railroad, East and
Wen, nnd at Suspension Bridge with the
Great Western and Michigan Central Railroad
for Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis, and all points
in Canada and Western Stales.
Only one change of Baggage between Phil
adelnhia and Canada or the Lakes.
DAY EXPRESS—Breakfast at Port Clin
ton anil Dinner at Williamsport.
NIGHT EXPRESS—Tea at Port Clinton.
Passengers purchasing Tickets by this Line
have the privilege of stopping at any of the
above points, and resuming their seats at
pleasure.
Fare from Philadelphia to
Tamaqua, • S2 95
Cattawi.-sa, • 4 35
Rupert, ... 4 40
Danville, 4 60
Milton, • - 5 15
YVilllvnaport, - 5 90
Elmira, - 7 00
Jefferson, - 7 65
Starkey, 7 95
Penn Yan, 8 00
Gorltam, 8 00
Geneva via. Gorltam, 8 00
" Steamer J. Arndi, 8 00
Canantlaigtia. - 8 00
Honeoye Fulls, - 8 50
Caledonia, _ 8 sr
Le Roy, 8
Balavia, 9 Ou
Rochester, 8 60
Buffalo, via. N. Y. and E., and Buffalo
and N. Y. City, ... 10
Buffalo, via. Tonawanda, - to
Niagara Falls, via. Elmira, Canaudai
gua Si Niagara Falls R. R. - 10
" " via. Buffalo, 10 00
Suspension Bridge, • 10 00
Cleveland, - - 11 70
Toledo, - 14 75
Cincinnati, J6 00
Detroit, via. Rail, - 16 00
" Buff & Lake, 16 00
Chicago, via. Great Western & Mich
igan Central R. R. - • 20 00
Chicago, via. Buffalo and Lake Shore
Mich. Southern R. R., - - 20 00
Chicago, via. Buff., Lake and Mich.
Central R. R. - . 20 00
Reck Island, - - 25 00
K. T. HUBBELL,
Ticket and Freight Agent,
N. W. cornel Sixth and Chestnut sis.
G. A. Ntcoi.i.s, Superintendent Philadelphia
and Reading Railroad.
T. KCKISSOCK, Superintendent Caltawissa,
Williamsport and Erie Railroad.
HENRY COFFIN, Superintendent Williams
port ant! Elmira Railroad.
July 19, 1855.—tf.
MISiW IBAIBIHfaIfi W©l£K3 a
1\ KUMIIIMII RK.
EPHRAIM ARMSTRONG
TJ AS taken charge ol a new marble works
at the corner of Main and Market St.,
Bloomsburg, where the public can be served
with
livery kind of Marble Work,
executed in the best style of the Art, and at
the lowest living prices.
Thankful for past favors, Mr. Atmslrnng
will execute all orders that may be left with
him for
Tomb-stones, Tombs, Monuments,
Door arid Window Sills, steps of marble or
sandstone, Mar.tles, or any thing else in the
department of marble masonry. The stock
on hand and engaged consists of the best
ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MARBLE;
and LETTERING will be done in English or
German. E. ARMSTRONG.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 1, 1855.
I)r FRANCIS C, HARRISON,
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens
of Bloomsburg and vicinity, that he
has commenced the practice of Medicine and
Surgery therejand i olicits ashare of public pa
tronage. He can always be found at the Ex
change Hotel opposite the Court House.
Bloomsburg, March, Ist, '55.
LEATHER
Fritz, Hendry & Co.,
No. 29 NORTH 3d ST., PHILADELPHIA,
MOROCCO MANUFACTURERS,
CURRIERS & IMPORTERS OF FRENCH
CALF-SKINS, and dealers in Red and
Oak SOYS LuTsxt * A:?Z
Feb 6, 1855. I—y.
OF
FALL AND WINTER noons i
Ell RANI W- THORNTON
*-"■ HAS JUST received and opened a new
and splendid assortment of
For Pall and Winter, at his slote on Main
street below Market, to which he invites
the attention ot the public. His assortment
will compare in price and quality with any
to be found on this side of Philadelphia,
and includes
CS>CE><E>aD33:)
QUEENSIPNRE, HARDWARE,
GLASSWARE, HKTS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
He has on hand every desirable and fash
ionable style of Cloths, plain and fancy cas
simere's
LADIEB' DRESS GOODS,
MERINOS.COBURG CLOTHS,
CASHMERES, SHAWLS, SILKS.
DELAINS, GINGHAMS PRINTS,
and every article of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
SHEETINGS TICKINGS,
CHECKS, ETC.
His stock is selling fast, and will be re
plenished every few weeks, for his motto
is "small profits and quick sales."
Call and see our goods. We charge noth
ing for showing them, and will always take
country produce in pay at the market prices.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 18, 1855.
DRAWER GOODS, Spotted Swiss, Bog
Jaconett Mull, Cambric, Swiss Muslin
Bishop Lawns, sale Bard Muslin just receiv
ed at the Store of
A C. MENSCH
Business Directory.
Dloomebnrg, }?a.
HIRAM W. THORNTON.
MERCHANT. —Store on the South side of
Main Street, second square below Mar
ket.
davTiT lowenberg,
STORE, on Main street, two
doors above the 'American House."
SIMON DREIFVSS, & CoT
STORE in the 'Exchange
Block,' opposite the Court house.
A- J. EVANS. -
T^ffERCHANT.—Store on the upper part
A" of Main street, nearly opposite the
Episcopal Church.
~s7"c. SHIVtf,
]|f ANUFACTURF.R OF FURNITURE
1U AND CABINET WARE.—Wareroom
in Shive's Block, on Main Street.
A.M. RUPERT,
TINNER AND STOVE DEALER.—
Shop on South side of Main street, be
low Market.
R. W- WEAVER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.—Office on Ihe
first floor of the "Star" Building, on
Main street.
SHARPLESS & MELICK^
FOUNDERS ANL MACHINESTS. Build
ittgs on the alley between the "Exchange
and "American House."
BARNAR ifßijp ERl\
r | lAILOR.—Shop on the South Side of Main
J- Street, first square below Market.
A. C. AIENSCII,
MLRCHANP.— Store North West corner
of Main and Market S'reets.
HIRAM €. HOWER,
fejUfiGEON uENTIST.—Office near the
Academy on Third Street.
M'KELVY, NEAL & <O.,
ERCH ANTS.—Northeast corner of Main
A * and Market streets.
SHARPLESS & MELICK,
l\f ANIJFACTURES AND DEALERS IN
STOVES, TINWARE &c—Establish
ment on Main street, next building c.bove
he Court-house.
HEN R I Z I P FITS EK .
CLOCK and WATCHMAKER, south side
of Main street, above the Railroad.
Every kind of disorder in jewelled or oth
er newly invented Escapements faithfull re
paired.
FOR DON'B DIGEST.
\ NY Justice of the Peace wishing to pur
-"■chase a copy of Purdon's Digest, can ba
accommodated by applying, at he this
offf e
3ZSHAITGE HCTEL
AND R.R. OMNIBUS LINE.
i HE undersigned respectfully informs his
A- friends and Ihe public that he has taken j
THE EXCHANGE HOTEL,
IN NLOOMSBUNA, ,
located on Main Street, directly opposite Ihe
Court House, which has been thoroughly re
paired and improved, where he is prepared
to accommodate his customers with good
fare anil to general satisfaction.
He has also in connection with the EX
CHANGE HOTEL, an ecellent
GDroamfl.'Q£>Qns3 L2aaoo.<® s
running regularly several times per day, to
and from the Depot on the arrival of the
Cars, by which passengers will be pleasant
ly conveyed to the Depot Station, or taken
from and returned to their residences, il de
sired.
He will always be happy to entertain
end accommodate his friends to the ut
most of his abilities.
JOHN SNYDER.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 20, 1855.
SAVING FUND OF THE
(J. S. Insurance, Annuity & Trust to.
S. E. cor. of Third & Chestnut Sis , Pun's,
CAPITAL 250,000.
MONEY is received on deposit daily .
The amount deposited is entered in a
Deposit Book and given to the Depositor, or
if prelerred, a certificate will be given.
All sums, large and small, are received,
and the amount paid back on demand, with
out notice.
Interest is paid at the rale of five per cent.,
commencing from the day of deposit, and
ceasing tnurleen days previous to the with
drawal ol the money.
On the first day of January, in" each year,
the interest of each deposit is paid to the
depositor, or added to the principal, as he
may prefer.
The Company have now upwards of 3,-
500 depositors in the City of Philadelphia
alone.
Any additional information will be given
by addressing the Treasurer.
DIRECTORS:
S. R. Crawford, Pres't. Wm. D. Godwin,
L. Johnson Vice Pres't. Paul B. Goddard,
A. W. Thompson, George McHenry,
Benj. W. Tingley, James Devereux,
Jacob L. Florance, Gustavus English.
PLINY FISK, Secretary If Treasurer.
J. C. OEHLSCH LAG fill, Teller £ Interpreter.
Septa mber 6,1855. —ly.
GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE
OF
FALL & WINTER GOODS.
AC. MENSCH has just received a new
• and complete assortment of seasona
ble goods which he offers for sale at the old
stand upon the best of bargains. From his
FULL NEW STOCK
he can supply every reasonable want of his
customers and the public. He has received
a variety ol new style drass goods, and every
thing to make up a complete assortment of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Cedar-ware, Hoi
loware. Drugs, Fish, Salt, Coal, Plastt r, Iron,
Nails, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c., fro. '
In short, every thing usually kept In coun
try Stores, to which he invites the public
generally:
tyCash, Lumber, Old Iron, and Coun
try Produce taken in exchange for Goods, at
the highest market price.
A. C. MENSCH.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 4, 1855.
TO BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS.
THE undersigned is prepared to undertake
and finish in the best workmanlike style
all work in the department of
BHIGZLAZIXTGr.
He will personally superintend the work,
and find a sufficient number of good hands
for whom he will be responsible to do all
work he undertakes at the shortest notice.
Work will be done to order either by contract
or by lime. GORDON R. GOFF.
Bloomsburg, May 30, 1865.
Jusliccts of the Peace
A NU CONSTABLES can find all kind of
ak. banks desirable for their use,in proper
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OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN*
®rpHE FIFTIETH
A- Edition, with One
hun tl re d Engravings,
showing Diseases and Mai
formationa of the human
Bystcm in every ahape and
form. To which is added
a Treatise on the Disease*
of Females, being of the
highe-t importance to mar.
ried people, or those con
templating marriage. 3y
WILLIAM YOUNG, M. D.
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Sep. Ist, 1854-ly.
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county Pennsylvania, will apply to the next i
Legislature for a Charier for a Bank to be
located HI Bloomsburg, to be called the
"BLOOMSBURG BANK"with bapkiDgpriv
iliges of issue, discount and deposit, with a
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*■<. A. G. MENSCU
THE GREAT NATURAL REMEDY
SOB
Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
TIL nour-.HTosn W J. S. HOUGHTON'S
ErPPIIar PEPSIN, the troe Diges-
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uzrwj still holds the first place a-
V v. . - -'Y £ mong all the various reme
dies for these painful and de
structive complaints. It is Nature's own spe
cifio for an unhealthy stomach. No art of
nian can equal its curative powers; and na
sufferer from Indigestion & Dyspepsia should
fail to try it. Agents supplied at
No. 11, N. EIGHTH St., PHILADELPHIA
WSold by E. P. Lutz, and J. R. Mover.
March 29, 1855.
DOLLARS;
PREMIER ARTISTE IN HAIR, m
* Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA In
ventor of Ihe Celebrated Gossamer Vetilila
ting Wig and Kalsiio Band Troupees. Instruc
tions lo enable Ladies and Gentlemen to
measure theit own heads with accuracy.
For Wigs. Inch '.,
No. 1 The round of the head.
2 From forehead over the head lo neck.
3 From ear to ear over the top.
4 From ear :o ear around the forehead.
. Toupees If Scalps.
No. 1 From forehead to back as far as bald
2 OverTorehead, as far as required.
3 Over Ihe crown of the head.
j R. Dollard lias always ready fn- sale a
| splendid stock of GHnilemen'' Wigs, hall
Wigs, Frizols, Btaids, Curl.', etc., beautifully
j manufactured, and as cheap as any estab
| lishment in ihe Union.
Dollard.fi Herbanian Extract, or Lustrous
Hair Tonic, prepared from South American
| l.etbs and roots, the most successful article
I ever produced lot preserving ihe hair from
falling out or changing color, restoring ami
preserving it in a healthy and luxuriant
state. Among other reasons why Dollard's
Hair Ctitling Saloon maintains its immense
popularity, is the fact that his tonic is ap
plied to every head of hair cut at his estab
lishment-, consequently, it is kept in better
preservation than under any other known ap
plication. It being thus prac'ically tested by
thousands, offers the greatest guaranty of its
efficacy.
Sold wholesale and retail at his old estab
lishment, 177 Chestnut Street, opposite the
State House.
R. Dollard has at last discovered the ne
phis Ultra ol HAIR DAE; and announces it
for sale, with perfect confidence in its sur
passing every thing ol the kind now in use
It colors the hair either black or brown, as
may be desired, and is used without any in
jury to the hair or skin, either by stain or
otherwise, can be washed off ten minutes
after application, without detracting from
its efficacy. Persons veiling Ihe city are in- I
vited to give him a call. Letters addressed
to R. I ollard, 177 Chestnut Street, Philadel
phia, will receive attention.
Philadelphia, Oct. 12ih, 1854—1y.
SPRING- &ST7NMER'
GOODS CHEAP!'
A. J# E\ AIVS
TTAVING purchased the interest of Mr.
*-■ Appleman in the new store neurit- op
-1 posile the Episcopal Church, has received a
new assortment of Spring and Summer goods
which he ofiers to old customers and' new
at
GREAT BARGAINS.
Among his ladies' dress goods are silks
berages, chintzes, debaizes, lawns, gin-hams'
poplins &c. He has ° '
GENTLE MENS' DRESS GOODS,
such as fine black and brown French cloths
black Doeskin and fancy Cassimers satin
and fancy Testings, black & Italian fancy
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves; &e.
HATS AX/) CAPS.
A large assortment of Men's and Boys'
hats and caps, embracing every style and
quality. Also, a large and varied assortment
of Parasols arid Ribbons.
DOMESTICS. — Bleached & unbleached
Muslin, Checks, Tickings, Jeans, Drills, Ta
ble-diaper, Bagging, Toweling, Table-lin
ens, &c.
BOOTS If SHOES. —A large assortment
of Men's, Women's & Children's Boots and
Shoes, Jenny bind & buskin Shoos at very
low prices.
GROCERIES. —A large assortment of
Groceries, such as Sugar, Coffee, Molasses
Rice, Teas, &e., &e.
Ready made clothing, spring fashion.
C®" The highest price always paid for
grain or county produce of any kind.
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1855.
132.D. GQpaarrtn cyxTtrmn
Cabinet Ware Rooms,
8. C. SHITE
RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
of the Public to his extensive assort- i
menl of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which
he will warrant made of good materials and
in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish
ment, can always be found a good assort
ment of
Fashionable Fnrnitue,
Which is equal in style and finish to that of
Philadelphia or New York cities, and at as
low prices. He has Sofas of different style
and prices, from £25 to SfiO. Divans, Loun
ges, Walnut ar.d Mahogany Parlor chairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing
and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and
pier tables, detashus, cheffeniers, whatnots
and comodes and all kiods of fashionable
work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and
common washstands, dress-tables, corner
cupboards, solas, dining and breakfast ta
bles, bedsteads, cane seat and common
chairs, is the largest in this section of the
country. He will nlso keep a good assort
ment of looking-glasses with fancy gilt and
common frames. He will also furnish spring
mattresses fitted to any sized bedstead,which
are superior for durability and comfort to
any bed in use.
Bloomsburg, April 6lh 1854. if.
H. aHowaß.
STOOEOM Bremrasjp,
jHSgreU "RESPECTFULLY ofiers his
UjfSQiyt* professional services to
the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Bloomsburg and vicinity. He is prepared to
attend to all the various operations in Den
tistry, and is provided with die latest im
proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will
be inserted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on hand. All operations on the teeth
warranted.
EF" Office near the Academy.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 20, 1851.
3PH3DSH ARRIVAL!
J 4o6 '" 1 Brage Detain, Cham
brage, Calico, Musim, Ladies' Black &
Fancy Gaters, Boots and Shoes, Iron, Steel,
Nails, Fish, Coffee, Sugar, Tea, tic., &o.
A. C. MENSCH.
August 2> '*3.
"STONE COAL.
FOR CASH, for sale at the Canal
or in town at ihe store of
Dot. 11, '55. A.J.EVANS.
COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION J
SECOND YEAR.
4 RRANGEMENTS for the second Annual
™ Colleclion of this new and popular Insti
tution for Ihe diffusion of Literature and Art,
have lieen made on the most extensive scale
Among the works already engaged is
the far-famed
"GENOA CRUCI FIX/'
which originally coat Ten Thousand Dollar*.
In forming the new Colleclion, the diffu
sion of works of American Art, and the en
couragement of American genius, have not
been overlooked. Commissions have been
issued to many of Ihe most distinguished
American Artists, who will contribute some
ol their finest productions. Among them '
' are three Marble Busts, executed by the /
greatest living Sculptor,—Hiram Powers-
GEORGE WASHINGTON, ' (
The Father of h is Country;
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.
The Philosopher;
DANIEL WEBSTER,
The Statesman. I
A special agent has visited Europe and made
careful and judicious selections of foreijn
wonts of Art, both in Bronze and Marble;
Statuary and Choice Paintings.
The whole forming a large and valuable
collection of Paintings and Statuary to Be
distributed free among the members of tjio
Association for the second year. ■
Terms of Membership.
The payment of three dollars constitutes
any one a member of this Association, and
entitles him to either one of the following
Magazines for one year, and also a ticket ill
the distribution of iha Statuary and I'uinting9.
The Literature issued to subscribers con
sists of the following Monthly Magazines;—
Harper's, Putnam's, Knickerbocker, Black
wood's, Graham's, Godey'a Lady's Book,
and Household Words.
Persons taking five memberships are en
titled to any five of the Magazines for one
year, and lo six tkkeh in the distribution.
i Ttie nett proceeds derived from the sale of
[ memberships, are devoted to the purchase
' of works of Art for the ensuing year.'
The Adraiitages Secured
by becoming u member of this Association
' arc—
-Ist. All persons receive full value of their
j subscription at the Mart, in the shape of sler
liiig Magazine LitPratiirtf.
' 2d. Each member is contributing toward* ,
| purchasing choice Works ol Art, which are J
I to bo distributed among themselves, and are J
lat the sane time encouraging the Artists of 1
; the country, disbursing thousands of dollars fl
j thrnagh its agency. M
Persons in remitting funds fur member- fl
I ship, wfll please give iheir post office address fl
' in full, slating the month they wish the Ma". 1
' aziues to commence, and have the letter re- fl
gi stored at the Post Office lo prevent loss- on
] the receipt of which, a certificate of member
ship, togelber with the Magazine desired
I will be lorwarded to any part of the conn
try.
; Those who purchrse Magazines at Book
stores, will observe that by joining this Asso
ciation, they receive the Magazine and free
Ticket in the annual distribution, all at the
same price they now pay lor the Maguzine
alone.
Beautifully illustrated catalogues, giving
full descriptions, sent free on application. ° ■
ror Membership, address.
C. L. DERBY. Actuary, C. A. A.
At either of the principal offices
' Knickerbocker Magazine" office, 348
Broauway, New York ; or, Western Office
166 Water street, Sandusky. Ohio.
*#* Subscriptions received by Robert F.
Clark. Esq., Honorary Secretary, Blooms
burg, Pa.
Nov 14, 'ss—tf.
est £u & a |
TO THE FASHONABLE ANI)
CE> ix> S3.
r |IHE undersigned, havingjust received the
latest Paris and New York Fashions,
would again beg leave lo inform his numer
ous friends nnd all the world about Blooms
burg, that he is now better prepared rlian ev
er to accommodate any one with the neatest
easiest and best fitting suits 0 r Clothes that
have been turned out lately; and not only
that, but he will also do them up in the best
order, upon the lowest terms.
His shop is at the old stand, (too well
known to need further notice) where lie may
at all times be found, seated upon the bench
ol repentance, steadily drawing out the thread
of affliction, hopeing it may in the end prove
advantageous to him and Ins customers. He
would also advise his friends to bear in mind
that poor, afflicted tailors must live, or they
can't be expected lo work. Therefore, Wheat,
Rye. Com, Oats, Potatoes, and with all now
and then a little CASH will come mighty
handy from those who are back slandin" on
lite book.
Remember, gentlemen, that in all cases
"the laborer is tvorlhy of his hire."
BERNARD RUPERT.
Bloornsburg, April 14th, 1853.
MOSS &. BBOTHKS,
No. 12 South Fourth Sheet. Philtdelpki i.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS & BLANK
BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
IT EF.P a complete assortment of SCHOOL,
IV MISCELLANEOUS and iMEIMCAf!
BOOKS, Blank and Memorandum Bonks,
Writing, Letter and wrapping papers, fine
Pocket Cutlery, &c., to which they invite the
attention of country merchants and others.
The prices and quality wilj compare favora
bly with any other House. Having an ex
tensive bindery under their immediate su
perintendence, they are prepared to furnish
either roady-made, or ruled to particular pat
tern, Blank account Books of every size and
description, suited for
Banks, Insurance Companies
and County Court Records, the quality o
which is warranted both as regards paper
and binding. They employ none but the
ben workmon and use first class materials.
W Orders from a distance will receive
particular attention.
Masonic and Odd Fellows' Regalia and
Publications for individuals, members and
Lodges, the most extensive assortment to be
found in the United Slates.
Philadelphia, March 29, 1855-6 m.
CURE YOUR COUGH,
BY THE USE OF
Rider's Syrnp of Ta~
WILD CHERRY, and WOOD NAPHTHA
A S LIU HI COLD, acry llier , ta ||y aoquired,
through neglect improper treatment,
may result in that, worst of all diseases, con
sumption, therefore be advised in lime,and
procure a; once a bottle of this valuable pre
paration. It is pleasant to the taste, and has
ho naroolic in its composition, and can be
taken with perfect safety.
The wide spread reputation which this
preparation has obtained as a cough medi
cine, is a sure guarantee of its usefulness in
all uisaafes of the throat and 'twigs, and alt
who use it will be certain to obtain relief
For sale by all the storekeepers in this, and
adjoining counties, and wholesale by the
proprietor. I. RITTER,
No 7 South Front st., Philadelphia
Jan 28, 1855.
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