The star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1849-1866, October 13, 1858, Image 4

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    The Great AMBASSADOR t.f UKALTII.
TO ALL MANKIND.
J
HCLLOWAY'S PILLS.
A BOON TO THE SICK ?
The want of a sterling medicinal to meet
the ills an<l necessi ies of the suffering por
tion ol humanity, anil one entirely free Irom
mineral and oilier deleterious panicles, was
severely lelt till litis all powerful medicine
was ushered into the world ; Hollow-ay's In
valusble 1* lis have become the household
remedy of all nations. Their attribute is to
prevent as well as to cure : they attack the
radix or root of the complaint, and thus by
removing the bidden cause of disease rein
vigor-ite and restore the drooping energies of
the system, assisting nature in her task of
Vital and functionary relorrnation.
{DYSPEPSIA.
The great scourge of the continent yields
quickly to a rnurse of these antiseptic Pill",
and the digestive organs are restored to their
proper lone; no matter in what hideous
shape this hydra ol disoase, exhibits itself,
his searching and unerring remedy disperses
it from the patient's system.
GENERAL DEBILITY AND WEAKNESS.
bun whatever cause, lowness of spirits
ani®l oilier sign ol a diseased liver, and
other disorganization of the system, vniu-h
under the eradicating influence ol this all
powerful nr.tisepiie and ileieraenl remedy.
BILIOUS DISORDERS.
Tho proper quantum and right condition
of the bile is ol momei tons importance to
the ItPalih of the human frame, this ami
bilious medicine expels the hidden SPPHS ol
the complaint, and renders all the fluids and
secretions pure mil fluent, cleansing and
lesusitating the vital functions r.f the body.
SICKLY FEMALES.
Should lose no lime in trying a few doses
of this regulating and renovating remedy,
whatever may be their complaint, it can Sic j
taken with safety in all periodical and other J
disorganizations its effect is all hut rniracu- !
lous.
UNRF.FUTF.D PROOF.
The testimony of Nations is unanimously
born lo the health-giving vitlnes ol his noble j
remedy, and eertifica'es in every living lan- j
guage bear witness to the undeuiablcncss of
their intrinsic worth.
llolkwny's Pills arc the lest remedy knoicn in
the world for the following diseases :
Asthma, Headaches,
Bowel Complaints, Indigestion,
Cougtls, li.flnenza,
Colds, Inflamatinn,
Che*! Diseases, Inwti'd Weakness,
Costivetiess, Liver Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Lowness of Spirits,
Diatrhatti, Piles,
Dropsy, Stone ar.d Gravel,
Debility, Secondary Symptoms
Fever and Ague. Venereal Affections
Female Complaints. Worms of nil kinds,
CAUTION !—None ate genuine unless the
words "Hol\oway, Acie Ymh and London,"
ore discernible as a water- mark in every leal
of the hook of directions around each | ot or
box j the same may he plainly seen by
holding the leaf to the light. A handsome
reward will be given to any one rendering
such information us may lead to the detec
tion of any party or parties counterfeiting
the medicines or vending Hie same, known
them lo he spniions.
Sold at the Manufactories of Professor
Holloway, 80 Maiden Lar.e, New York, and
by all respectable Druggists and Dcalersfn
Medicine throughout the United Sta'es and
the civilized world, in boxes at 25 cents 03
cents and SI each.
There is a considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes.
N. B.—Directions for the guidance of pa
tients in every disorder are affixed in each
pot. June 9. 1858.
THE FRANKLIN HOUSE,
LIMIT STREET, PA.
THE undersigned, formerly ol New Berry,
Lycoming county, having taken the ele
gant new Btick Tavern Stand, lately kept bj
Peter Sling, in Light Sireet. Columbia coun
ty, known as the FRANKLIN HOUSE, would
respectfully inform his friends and the pub
lie, that he is prepared to accommodate, in
excellent order, all who may favor liim with
their custom. The house is commodious,
located on Main Sireet, every part of it Ic
ing new and very comfortable, with spacious
stabling, good ice House, and other conven
iences, for the accomodation uf man and
beast
His Table and Viands will be kept in the
best style, and his Liquors ol the choicest
brands. It will be his aim to cater to the
convenience of the creature comlnris of hsi
guests. N. HUDSON.
Lietil Street, April 14 It 1858.
r PH|F
"BKOADAYAY OMAIIIUI.S.
THE GREATEST PAPER OF THE AGE !
A beautifully Illustrated Monthly sheet,
and "Paper that is a Paper."
A budget of Wit, Humor, Facts, and
Scenes drawn from life—"'Here yon arc,
fight away, right away, Broadway, Broad
way, right up V' Only Fifty Cents—jump
in and take a ride. Once seated in our
"Omnibus," we will endeavor to both amuse
end instruct you, and give you, in the course
of the year, at least fifty cents worth of FUN
and useful inlormation. We will show you
tip Broadway, down the old Bowery through
Chatham and the other principal sireet, giv
ing you ample time lo see the Elephant and
gel a good peep at the Peter Funks, Confi
dence Operators, &c. &c. We will show
you the city by day light, by gas light, by
moon light, by can .lie light, by star light,
and will drive lite "Omnibus" to some parts
of the city where there Is no light! We will
endeavor to post you on all the tricks and
traps of the great metropolis, and also
amuse many an hour with interesting read
ing matter. "Throw physic lo the dogs." If
you have the Bines, the Dyspepsia, Gout,
Rheumatism, or are unfortunately troubled
with a scolding wife, we will guarantee to
make you forget your troubles, laugh almost
against your will, and grow fat. Everybody
should subscribe lo the "Omnibus" at once.
The "Broadway Omnibus" will make its
appearance on the first of each month, filled
with bmueement and instruction for all.—
Price, Fifly Cents a year in advance—three
copies lo one address, One Dollar; the cheap
est paper in the blates ! Who will get us
two subscribers and receive one copy (reef
All communications should be addressed lo
CHAS. P. BE! 1 TON,
Editor "Broadway Omnibus,"
297 Pearl Sireet, N. Y.
September 29,1858.
J. T. I! It OWN Munulucturing Jeweler,
No. 26 Maiden Lane, offers nis slock, con
sisting of general assortment ol Lockets,
Chains, &c., which are offered at the lowest
cash prices. Great inducements In country
cash buyers. Aug 11, 3 mos.
BLANKS! BLANKS! I^LAMsTi"
DEEDS. SUMMONS, r >
EXECUTIONS, SUBPCENAS,
AND JUDGMENT NOTES,
of proper & desirable forms, fo* sale at the
of-ve" -< the "Star of the North." *£-
RTGREAT in.-<-i iv i:i: v op the a;i:.. ;;
IMPORTANT TO
ntumt ro <e2r.WF.lcs.
LINNARD'S
TASTE RESTORATIVE TORCHES,
'I he Great Substitute fur Tobacco.
It is a well known ar.d incontroverlable
fact that the use of Tobacco is the promoting
cause of many of the most severe Mental
and Physical Disorders to which the race of
man is subject, as careful analysis and long
and painful experience have clearly prove.t
that it contains certain norcottc ami poison
ous properties most dangerous in their eff
ects, which by enterihg into the blood der
ange the fine lions and operations of the
Heart, causing many to suppose that organ
to fip seriously diseased.
Tobacco alfce's also tho entire nervous
system, manifesting it-elf—as all who have
ever used the noxious weed will bear testi
mony—in lassitude, Nervous Irritability,
Water Hra-h, Dyspepsia, and many other
disorders of a similar character.
The taste Restorative Troches are design
ed to counteract these baneful influencte,
and have proved completely suocesslnl in a i
multitude of ea-es, and whenever used.— I
Being harmless in themselves they evprt a I
beneficial effect upon the en'ire system, re
storing tlieTa-te which lias become vitiated :
or destroyed by great indulgence, complete
ly removing the irritation and accompanying
tickling sensation of the Throat—which are
alwat r consequent upon abstaining Irom rlie
use i 1 Tobacco, am! by giving a healthy tone
to the stomach, invigorate the whole system
Persons who are irretrievably undermining
their constitutions and shortening their lives,
should u-e these Troches immediately and I
throw of the injurious utul unpleasant habit j
oi Tobacco (-'hewing.
These Troches or Lozeigers are put up in '
a convenient ami pmtable Inrin at the low |
price of 50 Cents per Box. A liberal discount |
to the Trade.
Prepared am! sold by llie undersigned lo !
whom all orders should be addressed.
JAMES K. BROWEUS, Druggist
Corner 21 and Race streets, Philadelpha.
[Ma re It 24, 1858.-ly.
I A PRIZE FOR EVERYBODY !
V 110 M ILSIItIRKS FOR Tilß
NEW YORK MEEKLY PRESS,
A BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED
TAAT jL R A /•; tv sRAR AR .
'I 1 HE New Ynrk Weekly Press is one of
A tl e lie-l l.ieraty papers r I the day. '
A large Quarto containing Twenty Pages of i
Sixty Columns, of eniernining matter; ami !
elegantly illustrated every week.
A GIFT worth from .'o Cents lo Storm 00 j
will be sent to each subscriber on receipt of
the subscription mor.ev.
'1 EI!MS—IN ADVANCE:
One copy lor one year, and 1 gill S2OO 1
I'toee copies one year, ami 3 gifts 5 00
Five " " " 5 gilts 800 i
Ten " " " to gifts to 00
t wenty-one " " ?| g,f.s 30 00
i tie articles lo be distributed are compri
sed in the fallowing list:—
1 U. Srates Note SIOOO 00
2 do. do. (In. £>oo 00 each
5 do. do. do. 200 00
10 do. do. do. 100 00 "
111 Pat. Lev. Hunt. C. Walcbe- 100 00 " |
20 Gul l Watches 75 00 " ]
60 do. V* fit) " I
too do. 50 00 " I
300 Ladies Gold Watches 35 00 " !
200 Silver Hunting C. Watches 30 00 " j
500 Silver Watches sls 00 to 25 00 " f
1000 Gold Guard, Vest and Fob
Clu ins to 09 to 30 00 "
1000 Gul l pens & pencils 5 00 to 15 00 "
Gold lockets, bracelets, brooches, ear
drops, breast pins, rf.ll pins, sleeve buttons, I
rings, shirt studs, watch keys, gold And sil
ver Hiiuild s. ami a variety of other articles :
worth from 50 cents to sls each.
On receipt ol the subscription money, the
subscriber', name will be entered upon our j
bonks opposite a number, and the gift cor- !
responding with that number will he for- j
warded within one vveclt to him, by mail or ;
express, post paid.
There is neither humbug nor lottery about |
tho above, as every subscriber is sure of a j
Prize of value We prefer lo make lhi !
'iberal distribution among them instead of
gtving a large com mission lo Agents, giv- j
i"tt to the subscriber the amount thai )
would goto ihe Agent, and in many ea-es ,
of a liutidred'told more.
All communication should be addressed
to DANIEL A DEE,
Publisher.
v.lO. no. 19 ] 211 Centre st , New York.
CONSUMPTIONS, DO NOT DESPAIR.
CONSUMPTION FiT AN old Indian Doe
CURED. tor, while a Missionary
among the Indians of the j
Rocky Mountains, iliseov■ -
cred a RARE PLANT,
that proves to be a cer'ain
CONSUMPTION cure lor Consumption,
CURED. Bronchitis, Asthma, Liver
Complaint, Nervous Affec
tions, Coughs, Colds &e.
Having now made his for
lune ami retired from bus-
CONSUMPTION mess, lie will send the
CURED. prescriptions ami directions
ior preparing the medicine
free of charge to all who
desire it, and will send
their address, enclosing 2
CONSUMPTION stamps (6 cents), to pay
CURED. the return letter, with a
description ol their symp
toms. The old doctor has
cured more than 3090
eases of Consumption
CONSUMPTION alone, and hopes all al-
CURED. dieted people will avail
themselves of this oppor
tunity, as the doctor wish
es to do all the good lie
ran before lie dies.
Address DOCT. UNCAS BRANT,
no. 18-4 i. Box 3531 P. O. New York.
i) r. c ui. v ifu \vTfi7 L
CEJCO. £3l EQ. Oa (3D QS> (£1 o
A Medical Essay on a new, certain am! radical
care of Spermatnrrhma, Sec., without the use
of internal medicines, cauterization, or any
mechanical appliances.
Jast published, the 6ih edition, in a sea'ed
envelope, gratis and mailed lo an) address,
post-paid, on receipt ol twoa'amps.
This little work, emanating from a celc.
Prated member of the medical profession,
gives die most important information ever
published to all persons entertaining doubts
of their physical condition, or who
me conscious ol having hazarded their health
and happiness—containing the particulars of
an entirely new and perfect remedy for sper
matorrhoea or seminal weakness, debility,
nervousness, depression of spirits, loss of
energy, lassitude, timidity, involuntary sem
inal discharges, impaired sight and memory,
blotches and pimples on the face, piles, in
digestion, palpitation of the heart, and bodi
ly prostration of the whole system, inducing
impotency and mental and physical incapac
ily,—by means of which every one may
cure himself privately, and at a trifling ex
pense.
Address Dr. CH. J. C. KLINE, Ist Ave
nue, cor. 19th sheet, New York ; Post Box,
No! 4586. [Sept. 22, 1858.
T AHGE lot ol No. 1, 2, & 3 Mackrel, also,
" While Fish, Cod Fish and Herring, just
received and for sale by
jM a y '67. A. C. MENSCH.
F.XCIIANGE HOTEL,
PETEI! Dil,Lß!E¥Elt, Proprietor,
rjlakes pleasure in announcing to the pub
lie that he slill occupies this I rge and
commodious Hotel, in BLOOMSBURG, PA.,
and is yet, as ever, prepared to accomrdate
his guests. The traveling public may de
pend on all cnmlorls al home, as his house
is entirely furnished and kept in order.
HIS TABLE
Will be supplied with ihe best products the j
markets afford, and HIS BAR is furnished
wilh the choicest liquors. The proprietor has
in rnnneclion with his hotel fitted out in Ihe
basement an
OYSTER S A LOON,
where he can supply everything in the way
of EATABLES. Fresh Oysters, Sardines.
Tripe, Beef Sieak, Fish, fee., &c.. will be
kept on hand for the accommodation of his
guests and the public in general.
lie also has in connection with his hotel
an excelleni Omnibus Line, running regular
ly several limes per day to and from Ihe
Depots on the arrival of the Cars, by which
i passengers will he pleasantly conveyed to
the Depot Stations, or taken Irorn. or con
| veyed In their residences, if desired.
CzF lie will always he happy to entertain
arul accommodate his friends to the utmost ol
his ability.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 20. 1858.
Tinware & Slovc Establishment.
r UNDKRbItiNGD respeetfuly in*
" form? iin old friends and customers,that
he ho* purclmfed his brother* interest in the
above CMabliahment, nd the concern will here,
after l-e conducted by himself exclusively, lie
yfg- has just received und oileis for wale the
t~yg largest and most extensive assortment
menl f FANCY BTOV EeJ everintro
due.l into this market.
Btoyc|iijie and Tinware constantly on hand
and manufactured loorder. All kinds of re
pairing done, as usual, on short notice,
J li' patronage of old friencs and new cus
tomers is respectfully solicited.
A.M. IUJPKRT-
Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1858. tf.
BLOOMSBURG
133C!D<3[>S33h
riHIK undersigned would in this way rail
the attention of Ihe public to the Book
Store at the old Maud, next door lo the ' Ex
change Hotel,where at all limes can be
found a good assortment of books, including
Bibles, Hymn Books, Prayer Books,
Histories, B-ok* of Poetry, Novels, and
School Books ; übo all kinds ol stationary ol
the heft quality.
A considerable deduction made upon the
price of Schon 1 Bookbsuul Stationary to those
who by to sell aain.
Jim received, a good assorlrrent of WALL
PAPER, which 1 would ask all to call and j
examine belore puchasingeUewhere.
CAROLINE CLARK,
Successor to Jesse G. Unite, i
Bloomsburg, May 25, 1857.-lyr.
GEERNWOOD SEWfIN/tRY '
MILLVILLE, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
A cyciematip course of instruction is given
in all Ihe English branches usually taught. (
The Principal will he assisted during the j
present year by T. M. POTTS, an cxperi- I
enced teacher, recently Irom the Lancaster
Co. Normal School.
A vacation ol seven weeks will commence
July Ist.
T UITION, for day pupils $3.50, to $4.50 per
quarter.
Hoarding, Tuition, Washing, Liglfls, &c.,
830 per quarter of eleven weeks one_bali.in
advance.
For circular, catalogue or orthcr particu
lars address
WM. BURGESS,
Afillville, April 1, 1857. Ptincipal.
I'liiKlc Foundry,lllooiiisliurg
STOVES AND TINWARE.
THE subscriber having erected a large new
brick Foundry and Machine Stiop, in place
of ihe old one, is prepared to make all kinds
of
CASTINGS AT TIIE LOWES? TRICES.
Plows constantly on hand. The subscribe
tins removed his Tin Shop from Main
Slrccl lo the Foundry Lot, where he has
i erected a building altogelher for Siov.-s and
Tinware.
| The Cooking Stoves eonsisi of Ihe WM.
I r , PENN COOK, RAUB COOK, VAN
|f ~,r '-I EE COOK, and PARLOR STOVES i
Of£slof all kinds, the Egg Cylinder S'ove,
| All kinds of Spouting made in order.'
JOSEPH SUAUPLESS.
: Bloomsburg, April 16, 1857.
EEOVI Aft £" \ SSA'PIDA,
PII ILJiDE LP 111 A.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNOEIMNET.
rftO all person- afßicted wiih Ssxnal Dis
ea-es, such as Sperinondilmn, Seminal
Weakness, Impotence. Gonoraerlia, Gleet, Syph
ilis, Ihe vice of Unionism, j'c, Ipc.
The "Howard Association," invimvof the
aw iul destruction of human life, caused by
Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practised
upon the unfortunate viciims of such diseases
by Quacks, have directed It.eir Consulting
Surgeon, as a charilal/c act worthy of iheii
name, to give Medical advice grafts, to all per
sons lints afflicted, who may apply by Inner,
wiih a description ol ilieir condition, (age,
occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in cases
of extreme poverty rnd suffering, to furnish
medicines free of charge.
The Howard Association is a benevolent
Institution,established by special endowment,
lor the rplief ol llie sick and distressed, al
llirled wiih " Virulent and Epidemic Dis-
I eases." It has now a surplus of means,
I which the Directors have voted to expend in
advertising the above nonce. It is needless
lo add thai the Association commands the
| highest Medical skill of the ago, and will fur
nish the most approved modem treatment.
Just published, by the Association, a Ke
pori un Jspermidorrhcßa, or Seminal Weekness,
ihe vice ol Unionism, Masturbation or Sell-
Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual Or
gans, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will
bo sent by mail, (in a sealed envelope), Free
of Charge, on the receipt of two slumps for
postage.
Address, Dr. GEO. R. CALHOUN, Con
sulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2
South NINTH Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By
order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Pres't
GEO. FAIECHILD. Seeretary.
Philadelphia, Sept. 24, 1857.
ADMINISTRATOR'S AOTHTL
Estate, of Abraham IV. Kline , deed.
IVTOTICE is hereby given to all persons in
-1 - leresied, that letters of administration on
the estate of Abraham W. Kline, late of
Orange township, Columbia county, dee'd.,
have been granled bv ihe Register of Wills
of said County, to Catharine Kline, residing
in said township ol Orange, to whom all
accounts must be presented, properly au- j
thenlicated lor settlement.
CATHARINE KLINE, 1
Orange, June 16, 1858. Administratrix.
I I ATS AND CAPS on hand and for sale at
the Arcade by
May 27, 57. A. C. MENSCH.
Wf 00D & COAL for sale at the Arcade by
** A. C. MENSCH. I
DIRECTORY.
IMciomsbttrg. Jpu-
DAVID LO HEN BERG,
fiLOTHING STORE, on Main street, two
doors above the 'American House,"
A J. EVANS-
ItfERCHANT.—Store on the upper part
of Main street, nearly opposite the
Episcopal Church.
81I1VB,
OF FURNITURE
AND C.TOINET WARE—Wareroom
in Shive's Block, on Main Street.
A.M. RUPERT,
rrtINNER AND STOVE DEALER—
A Shop on South side of Main street, be
|Ow Market.
JOSEPH SHART'LESS.
FOUNDER ANN MACHINEST, Build
ingsoti the alley between the "Exchange
an'd "American House."
~ I) AUNA RD RUPERT^
r | sAILOK.—Shop on the South Side of Main
-I. Street, first square below Market.
A. C. HEHBCI,
i\ 1 F.RCHANT.—Store in the Arcade build
5'A ing, nearthe Post Office, on Mail St.
DliiAM (. IIOAV EH,
,mURGEOV DENTIST.— Office near Ihe
cf Carriage shop, Maui Street.
ymr.tm, neal & io.,
|Vf ERCHANTS.—Northeast corner of Main
1 and Market streets.
i_li u QO si lb oa d? £,?
Cabinet Ware llooms,
s. e. sbsivi:
RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
ol the Public to his extensive assort
ment of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which
lie will warrant made of good materials and
in a workmanlike manner. At his Establish
ment, can always be found a good assort
ment ol
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 525 to S6O. Divans, Lonn
gps. Walnut acd Mahogany Parlor chairs,
""'tfli'J-V |' ! -n~ stools, and
a variety ol upholstered work, with Dressing
and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, centre and
pier tables, detashus, cheff'eniers, whatnots
and comndes and all kinds of fashionable
work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and
common waslistands, dress-tables, corner
cupboards, sofas, dining and bieakfast ta
bles, bedsteads, cane seat and common
chairs, is the largest in this section of the
country, lie will also keep a good assort
ment of looking-glasses with fancy gilt and
common frames. He will also furnish spring
matlrasses fitted to any sized bedstead,which
are superior for durability and comfort to
any bed in use.
ttloomsbnrg, April 6th 1854. <f.
H. 0. HOTTER,
-. 'E? ESPECTKULLY offers his
"ill ' J ' professional services to
' ' the LaiTieTs"and Gentlemen cf
Bloomsburg and vicinity. He is prepared to
attend to all the various operations in Den
tistry, and is provided with the latest im
proved PORCELAIN TEETH, which will
be inserted on pivot or gold plate,ss IOOK as
well as natural. •
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on hand. Al operations on the teeth
warranted.
G5 r 'oflice,3d building above Wilson's Car
tiage Manufaclory—Main St., West sida.
Blootnsburg, Nov. 20, 1856.
T53~ 'Q JX a
TO THE FASIION A BEE AND
CO 3ZSi 02. S3 •
rjftllE undersigned navingj list received the
-" latest Paris and New York Fashions
would again beg leave to inform nis uumet
ous friends and all the world about Blooms
burg,that he is now better prepared than ev
[ er to accommodate any one with the neatest
casig?l '■**• !'*t fiiUna suits of Clothes that
have been turned out lately; and not only
that, but be will also do them up in the besi
order, upon the lowest terms.
His shop is at the old stand, (too wel
i known o need fuither notice) where lie may
I a t all times be found, seated upon the lend,
of repentanco,steadily drawing out thefArena
of affliction,hopeingit nray in theenr/provr
advantageous to hint and his customers. He
would also advise his fiends to bear in minft
that poot, afflicted tailors must live, or they
can't be oxpectedto work. Therefore Wheat,
; live. Corn, Oats, Potatoes, and with ail now
and then a little CASH willcome mighty
handy from those who are hack-standing on
Ihe books.
Remember, gentlemen, that in al! cases
"Iheluborer is worthy of his hire."
BERNARD RUPERT.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 13th, 1858.
I)H. WALTON'S
A9IT2KICAIV PILLS.
Jnv TO TIIK AFFLICTED,
■■a - ' AMI.KMA VIfJIOItIOUS !
.-mall box of Pills cures ninety-nine
casts nut ol n hundred. No Balsam, no
j Mercury, no odei on the breath, no lear of
detection. Two small pills a dose; tasteless
and Imrltiles as water. Full directions are
given, so that the patient can cure himself
j as certain as witti the odvico of the must ex
j pcrienced surgeon, and much belter than
i with the advice of one of little experience
: in this class of disease.
I Se.nl by mail to any part of the Country
by enclosing one dollar to Dr. D. G. Walton,
I No. 154 North Seventh St., below Race,
Philadelphia, A liberal discount to the trade.
None genuine without the written sigualuie
of D C. Walton, Proprietor.
Dr. VV.'s treatment for Self-abuse, Weak
ness, &c., is entirely different from the usual
course. Dr. W. has cured hundreds who
have tried others without benefit. The
treatment is as certain to cure as the sut: is
to rise. Enclose a stamp, and address Dr.
W. as above, giveng a full history of your
case, and you will bless the day you made
the effort to secure what iacertain—A RAD-
[Jan. 27. 1858-ly.
LOOPi;itli\L.
THE subscriber announces that lie will
carry on the COOPERING BUSINESS al his
brewery in Hnpkinsville, where ho will make
BARRELS, TLBS, KEGS,
and everything in that line ol business. He
will also repair work of all kinds, and will do
it skillfully and al fair prices.
CHARLES W. HASSERT,
Bluomsburg, Jan. 13, 1858.
FRlisif ARRIVAL
A NEW lot of cheap muslins and prints
jusitr*"ived by railroadand for sale by
A. C. MENSCH.
EVANS & WATSON'S
B-, Phil'a Manufactured
I|| ; SAAMANDER
(■•No.2BSo.Pi Fourth Street
TRUTH IS MIGHTY', If MUST PREVAIL
Report of the Committee appointed to
superintend the burning of the Iron
Rates at Heading, Fib. nth, 1857.
"* READING March 4ih.
The undersigned, membersol ilie Commit
tee. il.O respeclfullv report, that we saw the
two Safes OfUßnnllv agreed upon by Farrela
& Herring and Evans & Watson, placed side
by side in a [iirnace, viz: The Sale in use by
the Paymaster of the Philadelphia and Read
ing Railroad Company, in his office at Read
ing, manufactured by Farrels & Herring, and
the Safe in use by If A. I.auiz, in his store,
manufactured by Evans & Watson, and put
in books and papers precisely alike.
The fire was stimed at 8J o'clock, A. M.,
and kepi up until four cords of green hickory,
two cords dry oak and half chestnut top wood
were entirely consumed, the whole under
the superintendence of the subscribers, mem
bers ol Ihe Committee. The Safes were then
cooled off with water, after which they were
opened, agd the books and papers'taken out
by the Committee and sent to 11. A. Lan'z's
store for public examination, after they were
first examined and marked by the Commit
tee. The books and papers taken from the
Safe manufactured by Evans & Watson were
bin slightly affected by the intense heal,
while those taken from the Safe manufac
tured by Farrels & Herring were, in our jiidg
meni, damaged fully fifteen per cent, more
than those taken from Evans & Watson's
Safe.
JACOB H. DVSHF.R,
DANIELS. HUNTER.
Having been absent during the burning,
we fully coincide with Ihe above statement
ol Ihe condition of the papers and books tak
en out of the respective Safes.
O A. NICOf.LS.
11. H. MUHLENBERG.
JAMES MILHOLLAND.
The following named gentlemen have
purchased our Salamander Sales, 88 in num
ber, from our Agenl, H. A. Larnz, in Read
ing, Pennsylvania, since the trial by fire,
mentioned above, up to June Ist. 1858.
(i. A. Nicolls, 1 Solomon Rhoads, 1
R. R. Company, 2 W. B. Yerger, 1
H. A. I.aniz; 2 Geo. K. Levnil, 1
Kirk & Heister, 1 Samuel Easing, 1
W. Rhonds & Son, 1 J M &G.W.Hantsch, 1
H. W. Missimer, 1 James Jameson, 1
Dr. Wm. Moore, 1 J. B.&A. B. Wanner I
Levi J. Smiik, 1 Jacob Selimucker, 1
High & Craig, 1 Wm King, 1
Win. Krick, 1 V. 15. Sholienberger, 1
Kanlman & B utm, 1 I eopold Hirsh, 2
Wm. McFarlin, 1 Ezra Miller, 1
Geo. J Eckert, 1 W.C.&P.M.Ermen-
I-aac Ruth, 1 trout, t
Biilmeyer, Folmer Wm. Donahower, I
&Cn. 1 Balliet & Co., i
S. 11. Hollenbach, 1 W. P. Dickson, I
B. P. Hunter & Co. 1 Wahz& Roedel, 1
Peter Spang, 1 Wm. 15. Hurtzel, l
Epltriam Phillips, 1 Samuel dinger, l
Amos Dick, 1 A. Taylor & Sons, 1
Joseph Ilnyptt, l M. A. Sellers, 1
Frynriire & Bio., 1 Heekman & Fisher, 1
P. McAddam, 1 I N. Ktllmer, 1
John Swar'z, 1 J. R. Retltlig, 1
A. W. Potteiger, 1 P. K. Miller, 1
John A. Shrelz, 1 E W. Earl, 1
Collins Lee &Co , 1 Nicholas Dick, 1
East Penn'a. R. R. 1 Douglas & Connard 1
Henry Fry, 1 JCzra High. 1
Jacob K. Killer, 1 Lebanon Vul'y R. R 3
Allen Bechtol, 1 D. 1,. Bitting, 1
Geo. M. Lautnan 1 C. Breniser, 1
Boss & Spangler, t J. Z. Griesemer, 1
Harvey, Birch &Co 1 Heister Climer, 1
F. S Hunter, 1 J. B. Untliermel, 1
F. S. Hunter k Bro. 9 D. K Engle, 1
EVANS & WATSON.
June 23, 1858.
A card from Itc .Tamos iff.
JAKRETT, OF THE NEW YORK I.UNO
INFIRMARY.—My connection fur the past
e gin years with Ihe above Institution, a*
Chief Physician, and a twelve ypars' course
of steady devotion to the Cure of Pulmonary
Consumption and iis kindred disease, togeth
er with my unrivalled opportunities and ad
vantages of pathological researches—aided
not a little by a perfect system of Metrical In
halation—has enabled me to arrive at a de
cisive, direct, and suecesslnl course of treat
ment for the positive and radical cure of all
diseases of the Throat, Lungs, and Air-Pas
saga. By Inhalation, the vapor and curative
properties ol medicines are di'ectly address
ed to the diseased organs and the integument.
I do not advise the use ol medical Inhalation
of any kind, to the exclusion of general treat
ment ; arid although 1 consider it a uselul ad
juvant in the proper management of those
tearful and often fatal diseases, yet I deem it
vpry necessary that each pa'ient should have
the benefit of both general arid local treat"
merit. The success of my treatment in the
above diseases, and in the high character of
the Instittitiou over which I have so long had
the honor to preside, are 100 well known to
need any eulogy 01 comment from me. At
the solicitation of many private and p.-ofes
sioial friends, through whose philanthropic
aid the above charily has been long arid lib
erally supported, and after due consideration,
I havp concluded to make such arrangements
ae will bring the beuefits of my experience
and treatment within the reach of all, and not
confine myself, as heretofore, to those only
who entered the Infirmary, or who were able I
to visit me at my office. Hoping therefore
that the arrangement will give entire satisfac
tion, both to my professional brelhern and
the public, I would respectfully announce in
concln-ion thai lean be consulted personally or
by letter, on all diseases us above, and thai the !
medicines, the same as used in the Institution j
brepared to suit each individual case. In- i
haling vapors, Medical Inhales, &e. &g. wi'l be j
forwarded by express to any part ol the Uni
ted Stales or Canadas. TERMS-— My terms of
treatment by letter are as follows, viz.: sl2
permonlh for each patient, which will include
medicine snlllcienl lor one mouth's usej al
so, Inhaling Vapor, and an Inhaling Apparat
us. Payments as lollows: $6 to paid to Ex- !
press Agent on receipt oi the box of Medi
cine, and the balance $6 at the expiration of
the month, if the patient iscnred or is entire
ly satisfied with the treatment. Patients, by
giving a lull history of their case, and their
symptoms in full, can be trealed as well by
letter as by personal examination. Patients
availing themselves of Dr. Jarrelt's treat
ment may rely upon immediate and perma
nent relief, as tie seldom lias to treat a case
over thirty days. Letters of advice promptly
answeied. For fnther particulars address.
JAMEL M. JARRETT, M. D.,
No. 820 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St. N. Y.
1'- S.—Physicians and others visiting the
city are respectfully invited to call at the In
firmary, where many interesting cases can
be witnessed, and where our approvedoppar
ratus for the inhalation of medicated vuppr
can beseen and inspected.
July 28, 1858. -
A LARGE LOT of Thibet Shawls just re
ceived and for solo by
A. C. MENSCH.
IRON STEEL, and every kind of Hard
ware or sale by
McKELVY, NEAL & Co
TARGE assortment of Iron, Steel and Nails
for sale at the Arcade by
May 12, 68. A. C. MENSCH.
Miss South worth, Col. G. W.T'rocket, I
Charles Burden, T. Dun Eng'ish.M D. |
Henry Clapp, Jun., George Arnold,
Samuel Young, Mrs. Anna Whelprey,
Mrs. Yifgina Vangham Mra. Di. Vernon,
AtiekTlatiie Clare, Finley Johnson.
WRITE ONLY FOR THE
LLBA I'KIZF.
<-01, Dfl ntizi;.
LOLPEK I'KIZK.
THE
11-LUSTRA TED.
DEAN & SLATER, successors
lo BECKET& CO.
The New York Weekly Golden Frige is
one of the largest and best Literary papers
of the day, on Imperial Quarto, containing
Eight pages or forty columns of lite mo-'t
interesting and facinating reading maner,
from the pens of the very first writers of the
day,
Elegautly Illustrated Evjry H'eek.
A PRESENT,
Worth from 60 cents to SSOO 00.
Will be given to each subscriber immedi
| ately on the receipt of the subscribtion moil
ey. Tins is presented as memento of Iriend
ship, and not as an inducernet lo obtain sub
scribers.
TEISMS :
One copy for one year $2 Ou and 1 Present.
One copy lor two years 350 and 2 "
| One copy for 3 years, 500 and 3 "
One copy for 5 years. 800 and 5 "
AND TO CLUBS,
j Three copies I years, 500 and 3 "
I Five copies one year, 800 and 5 "
Ten copies one year, 15 00 and 10 "
Twentj otto copies 1 yr. 30 00 and 21 "
The articles to be given away are compris
ed in the following list :
2 packages of gold containing SSOO 00 each
5 " 0 00 00 ,<
10 " ,l " 100 00 "
10 Pt. Lr. Hun. cased watches 200 00 "
20 Gold watches, 75 00 "
50 do do 60 00 "
100 do do 60 00 "
300 Ladies' gold Watches, 35 oo 14
j 200 Silver Hunting cased watches 30 00 "
500 Silvet Watches, $lO lo 25 00 "
I 1000 Gold Guard, Veat and Fob
j Chains, from - - $lO lo 30 00 "
j Gold Lockets, Biacelets, Ear Drops, breast
1 Pins, cuff pins, Sleeve buttons, Rings, Shir'-
| studs, Watch Ke;s, Gold and Silver limbics,
j and a variety of nlher articles, worth from
; 50 cts. to sls ear It.
! We will present lo everv person sending
, ns fifty subscribers, at $2 each a gold watch
worth forty dollars; lo any one sending us
J one hundred subscribers at $2 each, a Gold
t Watch worth S9O. E.very subscriber will re.
i eeive a present.
Immediately on receipt of the money, the
j subscribers name will be en'ered upon tut
i book, by mnil or express post paid.
I All communications should be addrpssed
j lo DEAN & SLATER Prop'rs,
335 Broadway, New York.
SPLENDID GIFTS,
AT 439 CHESTNUT ST., 'Phii-ADEM-iiia.
The Original Gift llooi Store.
G. EVANS would inform bis friendsanrl
the public, that he ha* removed Ins S-ar
I Gilt Book Store anil Publishing Hotisp, to the
J splendid store in Brown's Iron Building, 439
; Chestnut street, two doors below Filth,
| where the purchaser of each book will re-
I reive one of the following gifts, valued at
from 25 cents to SIOO, consisting of Gold
Watches, Jewelry, &c.
Worth each
I 550 pat. English lev. gold wa'ohes SIOO
j 550 patent anchor do do 50
j 440 Indies gold watches, 18k rases 85
1 600 silver lever wafdhes,warranted 15
| 500 parlor tune pieces 10
600 cameo sets,ear drops and pins 10
600 ladies gold bracelets 5 lo 12
60(1 gents vest chains 10
1000 gold lockets (large double case) 3
j 3000 do (small size) 3
1000 gold pencil cases, with gold pens 3
J 1000 extta gol I pens, cases it holders It) 50
I 3500 gold pens with silver pencils, 250
! 3500 ladies gold pens, with cases 1 50
] 6500 gold rings, (ladies') 1
| 2000 gents' gold rings 275
2500 Indies'gold brea-tp-ns 2 50
j 3500 missus'gold breastpins 160
3000 pocket knives , 75
j 2000 sets gents' gold]bosom studs 2 50
2000 do do sleeve buttons 3
■ 2000 pairs ladies' ear drops 3
. 8000 I tdies'pearl card cases 6
2500(1 ladies' cameo, jet or mosaic pins 5
i 3500 ladies' cameo shawl & ribbon pins 350
j 2000 Eetridge's Balm Flowers 50
| Evans' new Catalogue contains all the
| most popular books of the day, and the
newest qnblicalions, all of which will be
j sold as low as can be obtained at otherstnres.
. A complnle catalogue of books sent Iree, b>
application through the mail, by addressing
G G. Evans, 439 Chestnut street, I'hiladef
! phia.
| Agents wanted in every lown in the Uni
, Slates. Tlto.-e desiring so lo act can obtain
t particulars by addressing as above.
N. B—ln consequet.ee of lite mony crisis
and numerous failures the subscriber has
been enabled to purchase from assignees an
immense stock of books embracing every
r eparlment ol literature, at prices which will
enable him to give SSOO worth of lite above
gifts on every SIOOO worth of books sold,
j An extra book, with a gift, will beset:! to
| each person ordering Ten books to be sent
I to one address, by Express.
I * # * Send for a Catalogue. [apr2B'sß.
THIS WAY F0 BARGAINS"j
A. J . EVANS
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF
SPRING&SUMMER GOODS
T bis old stand 011 the upper end ol Mailt
1 r *- Street which lie will sell cheaper than
i the cheapest. It consists in part of Silks al
! parca, lustres, barages, de laines, dncal
cloths, poplins, brilliants, cltallies, de hages,
lawns, skirling, Irench and scotch ginghams,
prints, gloves, hosiery, collars, liandkerchiets,'
&e. Shawls and Mantillas ol every stj le and
quality.
STAPLE & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Cloths cassimeres, vesiings, flannels, mus
lins, tickings, stripes, checks, calicoes, cot
tomides, linens, sheetings, nankeens, drills,
marseilles quilts, colored and while carpel
chant, parasols, umbrellas, a large and splen
did assortment of HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND
SHOES. A SUPERIOR LOT OF FRESH
Teas, Coffee, SiiKae, Molasses
Rice, Spice-, &c. Also, Hardware, Queens
ware, Crockery and Cedarware.
Having selected my entire stock with the
greatest care and al the lowest cash prices, 1
can assure my friends and the public gener
ally, that I will do all in my power to make
establishment known as the "Head quarters
for bargains." Those who wish to purchase
will find it lo their advantage to call and ex
amine nay stock before purchasing.
I \*yj£jpay the highest market price for
BUTWr, EGGS, RAGS, SOAP AN n
Dried Fruit, and country produce in general,
liloomsburg, Jan. 13, 1858.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of Ladies' Dry
Goodjuit the Arcade by
May 2P7. A. C. MENSCH.
THE MIGHTY IIKALER!
WORLD KNOWN AND WOHI.D TRUD,
jfjl -
HC LLOWY'S OINTMENT
The lice admissions of till nations, a well
as the verdict ol the leading Hospitals of
the Old as well as tl.p New World; stamp
this powerful remedial Agent as the greate-t
healing preparation ever made known to
suffering man. I s penetrative qnaliiives are
] mote than marvelous, through the external
orifices of the skin, invisible to the naked
eyo. it reaches the seat of the internal dis
ease ; and in all external affections its anti
inflammatory i.nd healing virtues surpass
anything else on record, and is Nature's
great idly.
Erysipelas and Salt Rheum, are two ol the
most common and virulent disorders preva.
lent on this continent to these the Ointment
tsespeci illy antagonistic, its motlas operandi
is first to eradicate the venom and then com
plete the euro.
H 11) LEGS, OI.I) SOKE?, ,$• ULCERS.
Cases ol many years s'andmg that liavo
pertinaciously refused to y i—lil to anv other
remedy or treatment, have invariable arc nut
bed to u few upplica ions of this powful un
guent.
ERUPTIONS OX THE SKIN,
Arising Irom a bad s ate ol Hie blood or
chronic disease si rev eradica'cd, and a clear
anil transparent sntf tce rpgaiite.l by the re
stnra'ivc action ol tins Ointment! It surpass
es many of the co-metics and other toil -1
appliances ir. it- power lo dispel rushes and
oilier disfigurements ol the face.
PILES AND FISTULA.
Every form and Icafnte of these prevalent
and stubborn disorders is eradicated locally
and entirely by the. use ol Ibis cmolictu;
warm (omenta'inns should precede i s appli
cation. I'" healing qualities h ill bo lutittd To
be thorough and invariable.
Both the Ointment and 1' lis should bo used
in the following cases:
Bunions. Skin diseases,
Burns, Swelled Glands,
Chapped Hands, Sore legs,
Chilblains, Sire Breus's,
Fistula, bore Heals,
Gout, S-ire Throat',
Lumbago. Sores of all kinds,
Mecuiial Eruptions, Sprains,
Piles, Stiff Joints,
Rheumatism, Tetter,
Ringworm, l!|per t
Salt Itlieum, Venereal Sure*.
Scalds, Worms of all kinds.
CAUTION !—None ar* genuine unless the
words il llolloway, New Yoik and London.''
are discernible us a "water-mark in everv
leal ol lite book of directions ntntmd eacit
box; the same may be plainly seen by
holding Hie leaf to the light. A haml-out'
reward will be given 10 any cue rendering
such iiiformetion as may lead to the detec
tion of any parly or parties ennnterfei ing
the medicines or vending lite same, know
ing them to be spttrinu*i
Sold at the Mamilae'orte* of Profess
or liolloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all respectable Drtiggisis and Dealers
in Medicine throughout lite United .States
and lite civilized world, in pots at 25 cts.,
63 cents, ami $1 each.
CAT There i* considerable saving by taking
the la'ger sizes.
N. I! Directions for the guidance of
pa ieots in evory disorder are affixed to each
box. [June 9. 1858.
IIERIUNIi'S
I 1 H SI! 523
11,14 ACKNOWLEDGED
#- T ~ F :}Wf CII MAI'I ON!!
jl- jj jb 'LI?!)* THE rerenl trials at Read-
Jji'i? have endorsed the our
rent of public opinion, and
confirmed the verdict of more than 200 acci
dental fires, proving conclusively that "Her
-1 ring's" is the only safe that will not burn.
I Extract from the Committee's Report on
the Trial of Iron Sales at Reading;
"On Hie 26ih of February all the members
of the Committee met to witness the Safes
and books and papers, (placed in litem) and
were perlectly satisfied that all was right.—
The day- following, the burning took place,
tinder the superintendence of the Committee.
Altera fair and impartial burning for five
hours, the Safe of Messrs. Evans & Watson
was first opened, the Sale being on lite in
side, and the contents partially consumed,
while the contents in the Sale of Messr-.
Farrels U Herring were 1/1 good condition,
end no fire inside."
Reading, March 2, 1857.
H. F. FELIX. )
(Signed) P. N. COLEMAN, > Com.
A. H. PEACOCK. \
And endorsed by over £0 ol the best men
ol Reading.
The above Safes can be inspeeted at 34
Walnut Stree', where the public can satisfy
themselves of the great superiority of the
"Herring's Patent Champion," over the de
feated and used-up "inside Iron Door Sala
mander."
FARRELS & HERRING,
34 Walnut St.. Philad'a.
Only make rs in this State of Herring's
J'eitenl Champion Safes.
The attempt made by other parties to bol
ster up the reputation of a Sale which has
failed signally in accidental fires in Philadel
phia, (Raustead Place,) by taking one out
ol an agent's store, fM. A. Lantz,] mndedon
blo thickness (difierem from those they sell)
to "burn np"or.eof Herring's, (half as thick)
has met with its Hue reward. Herring's Sale
could not lie burnt, proving conclusively that
the only reliable Safe now made is Herring's,
of which over 15,000 are now in aetnel u*e,
and more than 200 have been tried by fire
without a single loss.
Philadelphia, Jan. 13, ISSB—Jy. *
COOPERING,
John I\l Rlartin, Cooper, Columbia co., Pa.
THE subscriber announces that he carries
ou the Coopering Business in all its various
branches, at Greenwood, (near Greenwood
Post office) Columbia co., Pa, w here Jul
will make and repair —-
BARRELS, TUBS, KEGS,
and everything in his line of business. IJo
will give satisfaction, ami do his work 111 a
most skillful manner, and at fair prices.
*** Any person having work, and feel
disposed to give hint a trial will leave their
work or orders at the "Forks Hotel," in
liloomsburg ; as Mr. M. intends runn'mg his
wagon to this place once every two week-,
(upon Saturdays,) and will call there and get
it. He will lake it to his place and back Iree
ol cartage —and all trusted to his care will bo
promptly attended to. Give him a trial.
JOHN M. MARTIN.
Greenwood, Aug. 18, 1858.
2,500 AIORE MEN WANTED
as Agents to circulate rapid •selling valuable
FAMILY WORKS, which attract by their
low prices, interesting contents, and superb,
ly colored plates. For circulars, wi:h partic
ulars apply, if yon live East, to HENRY
HOWE, No. 102 Nassau si., New York; if
VVest, to the same, No. 11l Main si. Cin
cinnati. Aug. 11, 3 utoa.