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MARK THESE Frld.
" 1 f.OWAVS OINTMENT.
AD LEfS, BAD tBREATS, SOR KS
, - AND ULCEUS.,
'All dTrVwi of are remediable
'hr ih nroner and diligent use of - tins ines-
hr the? nroner and
n,mb,e reparation. . To artmpt 'lo cure
.-.! 4-w rls'arm- the ec
tfollv : for should
.u:- Lnov diseased iJondiiion re
Skill llliwi J . - - - f i
uri tnhreak'oul with tcnlold
,v i.. . le-w days.. Tie only rationat.1 and
. occWd treatment, as indicated bv nature,
i, to reduce l-he iuflama.ion mi and about
the wound and tc soothe lhe neiahbonng
pait ty rubbing in plenty of the Omimenl
as tall is forced into ieau
DIPTHFJllA, ULCERATED SOLE
' THROAT, AN D SC A R LET AN D
Of HER FEVERS.
Anv of ti e above diseases may. be cured
.Km Ointment three , lin,e
day into the chet, throal an4 ueck of the
.;-! 5t will oon penetrate., and give
immediate relief. Medicine taken by the
nmuh must operate upon the whole sy
.: influence can be fell in any lo
ecssa " - ... .
cal part, where the O.mroent will do us
work at once. Whoever tries ike ungnent
; .hi .vns manner of the disease named,
ct anv similar disorders affecting the chest
and throat, will tir.d themselves reneveu
by a charm.
- nrrc rt?TITT.AS. STRICTURES.
rr-. lK ftf enmn hunts Will be
MmnPil hr-'tiisMlv fomenting the part-
wit. warm water, and then by most el ccl
oally rabbins n U Ointment. Persons
(urTtin- Iroin these direful complains
ahonld lose not a moment in arrcstum their
ri -hnntd he understood thai li
is not efficient merely to smear the Oint
ment on the affected parts, bnl it most be
.. ..li.. i : r.. cnmtf fnnside rable time
Weil I U ULn U IU i". - -
two or three time a day, lhat it may be
taken into the system, hence u wid re
move any hidden sore or wound as eJTect
ually a ihuah patj-abl m h -ye.
again bread water poutii. es, alter lub
hii"' in of the Ointment, will do cret et
vice This u the only Mire Iream.ent lor
females caes o( earner in the Mnmaeh.or
IrTe.e tVere m-y be a Seiel bearing
INDISCRETIONS OF TOUTII ;-SORES
AISD L jLiv. riL.
BlAlches,as 'also Bwellinsv
'certainty, be radically cored if
.t rpo'.r. and I IMS
tiseni ue - tlj0j :n ,h-
When treaie'i in )
":her way they only dry up m one
rchx t!t A mjy T, LTTN t jS , PARALYSIS
AND STIFF JOINTS.
AHhnnsh the above complaints difler
widely iu their origin ard nature, yet lhe
all require local treatment. Many of the
worst ces, of snch' diseases, will yield in
a comparatively short space of time when
this Ointment is diligently rubbed into the
parts affected, even af er every other means
have failed. In all strioo- maladies the
Pilht shqiilJ be taken according lo the di
rections accompanying etch box.
Both lhe Ointment at.d Pills thouhlhe ueed in
' Ih: fdhv'wg casts :
Blotches cn tbe
Constipation of lbe
' Scrofula, or -?
. Kir.g Evil, . ;
Fevers of all
Stone and Gravel,
Worms of all kinds
w ba'ever cause,
fc ' CACTIOS J None are rennine oiless
the words uHollo-aC, Tew York and Lon
don," are diseeraibJ as a Water mnk i.
every leaf of '.he book of direcion eron!
each pot or box ; the same may be plainly
'seen by holding the lenfto the tight. A hand
some reward will be given 10 any one ren
dering such information as war lead hand
detection of any party or parties counter
feitinz the medicines or vending the same,
knowing thrn to be sporion.
Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
m Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
- by all lespectabb Drosrsi-ts and Dealers in
""Medicine, throughout th civilized world.
'o pol, at 25c. 62e. and SI each.
' CF There in a considerable saving by
taking the larger sizes.
N. C- Directions for lhe guidance of pa
tients, in every disorder, are affixed to each
box. .October 10, IS CO.
NEJV FJ2LL AND fFlNTER
HAVE jnst received from Philadelphia a
splendid assortment of merchandise,
purchased at tbe lowest figure, and which
tbey are determined lo sell for
Cafelx or Coimli-y Produce,
eras moderate terms as can be procured
' elsewhere in Liufn Sceei. Their Slock con
lists ot LADIES' D HESS GOODS, choicest
. styles and latest fa-hions,
: -DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
' HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. CEDAR
. Iron, I'ails antl Spikes,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
HEAD V-aUADE CLOTHING, &c. &e.,
lo thort every thing usually kept in a coon
try Store. . -Tfbey respectfully invite ibeir
eld friends, aod the public generally, lo call
- and examine their stock before purchasing
elsewhere. -, -
-ZiT.Tho highest price paid for country
prodace. . . - , - -
y MARTZ Bt ENT.
Light Street, Ocl. 31, 1860.
iiif 11 X iiil t
TINNER $ STOVE DEALER.
Shop on South side of Main street, below
i cc w i 1 . 3
ft::z -r BL0OilSSURG,PA.
ClTLce-ia Court Alley, East o Cczrt lIon.se
j. It. I,AVtOUK, IMIOIMMKTOK,:-
WYOMING. LUZERNE COUNTY, FENN.
fniBE Proprietor refepectlnUy informs hi
U friend and the pueuc
hH taken eharse of tbe Wyoming JW, .n
ot Vv'vomins. i.ear the Iailroad
Depot of that place, and ha fined ii oi.t eo
as to entertain oom iriw; -
nent visitor in a fO:.able and coratoit.blrt.
manner.' H room are - . "t-' :
and not only calculated to add to -he ,,ve.
. . r .1 .1.. iri mn!nmmu.
nience ana romion pi u.- - r -
ir but 9U0 to thorn no womu bcc
p?ant fiimmer reson :-": v,a,
rr. . til r ...Ml L, .nril.Ofl With the DCPl
1115 1 ADI.Cj will vc "'K!' , . ,, , .. .
i. nill f-nil aflord : and hi 1AK win oe
r ...-.. .. ;., iI.a nnrest Uouors that can
turtiiMicu . ... u;a
i I nmntlPinr Will i. '
i--. .Mimmn in in comfort and con
eiriUflVC OUCIiuw" iv . ,
" I - .l.iA.minoil
""'TV.'.n.vnH Vfi ItmTK rank a-
. l l.ia rnpst. anu IB nr.titw---
io matte trie
monz the firM hotels in . n-
Th- Prnor eior hopes tnai irom -- m -
; .h hiisiness. ont dv nnipmmi..g
n In nart. comtitic wim j"
. " .l.- .i tfnt and obll2
cions f eiec;ion oi m mv. -- f-
inr MrvantP, be may be eniuieo
vorable consideraU o! it ?uonc,
ceiv l !"" . . r
. .. i:k... .h.A thnir tiairoiiftf.
IPT rieaB gio " - ., ,Q-.
- . Tit : .. k.mi i pan ami , n i r ivi
vourfelve. lPr" - 0"-'
ELWilSBCRG, COLL'MEIA CO., TA.
ROBERT 1IAGENBUC1I, Froprietor,
f1AKES pleasure in announcing lothe pub
lie that he has rented and thorouuhy
refitted the Forks Hotel formerly occui'ieu
by Jamea Freeze, in liloonotirjr, anu ia
nrenared to accomodate travellets, teams-ter.
an.t hoarder. His table wtil be sup-
VIILIVH- uiiu - .
plied with the tcsl prodnct tne maiice.s ai
lord, and hi Car will be constantly funnell
ed wi-h the choice! liquor.
At entivc ostkr will always De n at
tendance, and he trusts his lon experience
in caterina to Lhe wants of the public, and
hi obliging attention to customers - wil te
cur b'nn a liberal hare of patronage.
Bloomeburg, April 21, 1353.
VLMus Sk Hotel Berwick, Pa.
THE i-ubscriber would respectfully info.-m
his friends and th3 travelling pobl.c that he
has taken charge cl the apove mm .
filled it ud in tha best possible man-
ner for lhe accommodation ol ll who maj
favor him with tneir patronage, uruai..
himsell that by unremitting ,h.
exn ive entire satisfaction to all. Hi table
willle supplied with the best the market
afford-, and his bar with the choice-t liquors.
Cblii" and attentive ostlers will alwaj
be on hand, a:d his tabling is the mi ex
tensive in this ..dion ongEELy.
Cerwick, April 23, 1859.
STOVES AND TIN W A lit!,
rruc enKriher having erected a tarce new
t? Jn- and Machine Shop, vi place i
of the olJ one, is prepared to make ail kinds
erected a buifding alioneiher for Sloves and
The Cooking Sloves consist of lhe W.M.
J?r TENN COOK, RAUD COOX.VAN-
rr3 LIER CC0:C,and PARLORSTOVES
it4cNof all kinds, the Egg Cylinder Sove,
All kinds of Spouting made to order.
Bloomsburg, April 16, 18iS
llcot and S!:ocnakii:.
THE undersigned beinc thankful for past
.iS favors, and grateful forfuture pros-
pectfe, desires to rnlnrm
-J. the citizens o.' this place-'""""'-v
Vvi3 and vipinity, ami lii"-;JS
frietids and ptlrcrss in particular that l e
still caitirri cr the above huines in ail i:s
various tranches, at hi rd t stand, on Main
street, nearly opposiie tLe Episcopal Chun-h
Bloomsburg. Ha employ? the very fcei
workmen, and uses no'hini? but good stor k.
No pains are spared to make r.eat fit- and
durable work ; alt of which can be obtained
very low for ready pay.
JAIOK F. DIETTERICH.
BIoomsbaTg, Feb. 1, lS60-ly.
&mJ II KSPECFCLLY offers his
(&yZ?'-21 professional kervires to the
ladies and gentlemen ol Blooms
bum and vicinity. lie is prepared 10 attend
to all the various operation m. Deriti-wy,
and is provided ivrh ihe fuet :rnj rovep
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be iner
led 00 pivot or gold plate, to look as well as
article of Too:h Powder, al-
ways on hand. All operations oa the teeth
Office, 3d building above S. A. Wilson's
Carriage Manufactory Main St., west tide.
Bloomsburg, January 3, 1858
OLD DR. IlSATIrS BOOK CP gj
Travel and great discoveries oi lhe
Japanese and East InJia Medicines, wi h
full directions for the certain cure of Con
sumption, Bronchiti-, Coughs, Colds, Ca
larrah, Asthma, Fevers, Heart Disease,
Scrofula, Cancer, Dvspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Gravel and Urinary Deposit?, Fe
male Complaint?, &. Iilnetrated with hun
dreds olceitiflcteofcnie. and ensravins?.
For the purpose ot rescuing as many suffer
ing fellow-beings as possible from prema
ture death, it will be sent to any part of the
continent, by sending 25 cents lo Drs. Heath.
Sold by G. M. Hasenbucb, Bloornsborg;
N. L. Rank &..C0. Danville, Jacob Lawali,
Caiasauqtia; A. Miller & Co, Berwick.
647 Broadway, New York City.
October 5tb, 1859. ly.
; Prices Reduced &c.
The difficult watches and jewelry
repairinu has been done 6ince Blooms
turg is Bloornsborg, by Henry Zuppmger.
and though he was often (from the ncturt of
the case,) obliged to charge preiiy high, in
prices are now greatly reduced, and his
enstomeo may rest assured lhat he ha the
requisite qualification, material? aad means
for ihe repakins of all kinds of watches,
jwelry, Accordion?,' and every thicn usu
atly attended "to at the best watchmake or
jewelry shops. Honesty and faithfulness will
always behis first principle and aim.
Have yon a pique t O come ! I want it re
moved. , They had me dead and buried some time
last winter, but some how it seems I have
crawled out again.
CF Orders or Goods taken, for nay.
B'oomsburs, July II, 1860.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of WATCH
Glasses,' both in and ocl side, and
SPECTACLE" GLASSES, for sale cheap lor
1 ' ' - !.'- upvnv itTnmt-ni.n
' ". Watchmaker.
' Tr ta n a S en.
COa'L C1L LVRSEKS AND LAMPS
. . FOR BCHKISO. .
Coal, Kerosene, or Carton Oils.
The be!, most brilliant, tmd cheaper! por
tabl Iim "ow n irse. No i-ansei ol ex
plosion nirtl cheaper than llaiu, iaru on, u"
oil; -or Camphene.
Wrthoui the expense of a. fixtuie. 1 he
above Lamp (with all their lancy tnrn-
III"" J Vll L . T - - .
established Drug and -Chemical Store o the I
undersigned, who flatters himseli mai iron,
his Ion? experience in me im-.s. -t
knows how and where to ouy, anu ur.-
minpdrictto be undcrnid oy any miv
,d ee his nnw and well se p, rtot-Sc ol
DRUGS. MEDICINES & CHEMU-ALs,
PAINTS. VARNISHES, DYESTUFDb,
OILS, GLASS FROM 7x9 te 24 v3G,
CONFECTION ARIES, PER
FUMERY AND FANCY
FOR LADIES &
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
.i i i tuipni Medicines id every
VJ'l U I " . ,
: .... ;.. ..c f mnriN ("nil re for medicinal
n- only, i'linu anippriitr, x.-.v..
Turpentine and Alcohol, Truces, bhotdder
Brace, and APdornnal Supporter, ; Sor-ical
and DertlTil Instinmenl, Sah Ntl& Tooth
brn-he, Prof. Humphrey' llotiiccpathic
Remedies, earden, canary, rape and hemp
eeds, thermometers, proof-sla-ses moroo
co leather and t-oa findins, Sic, to
pether wuh the Jarsct and inoil varied as
boitmer.t of CJerinHn To ar.d
J . .. - . i ...... Puii-mii Ilil.
ever brouclu to hts place, an oiwimu
please call. a"d see, and you most be.teve.
Uavins learned by sad experience that
,!lo-.i credrs will not keep la;iss moting,
I have deiprmined to ,,
to cash bujers, to make it an ot-ject to ihem
as well as the seller, to deal on the cah
principle, either money or ready trade.
Havin" served a regular apprenticeship
: . .. ' r
at the Drus and- Apothecary business, m j
.i.ip, ha.iii? carried it on for the hm ei;h-
teen years, on my own hook, I flatter my
eelf that I am able to do justice to all giving
i. r i iA mi Kin far nasi
me a trial. i nanxim il. r --
r i .-ni,i nit a trial on the new pnn-
cipb, and will Euarar.tee to all, lhal it w
maki Ions friends, and pay be in lhe end
to pay cash and buy at red need pr ires.
r PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS
carefully compounded, an.l all orders cor
rectly answered. All medicines warranted
a recommended, Store Room on ...am
S r-et.rearMaikcl, next door to the lmt
Office, Bloomsbu, Colombia
D"ember 7, ISatf tf.
PIIILABELPIIIA ASI) READING
Ijltlimni Jin ... I
Fcur Bally Jswgtrl
f rains lo rhWdeotua.
Clinton, r.t 10.15 a. m., and C.05 n. rn.
Connection at Port Clinion with lr:iins foi
T;inaua, William-poft, E'mira, Buffalo,
iaara Falls, and the Canids.
The 1 0. 1 a. m. up train only connects at
Port Clinton wiih trains for Wilkesbarre,
Scrantoti and Pillston.
Pasetlger- leaving Williamsport by the
Cattawissa Railroad night Iitie, at JO. 15
p. m., connect with a passenger train leav
imu Pnrt Clinton at 4.50 a. ci., arrive al Read
ing at 5.50 a. rn., breakfast and proceed di
rfct to Philadelphia bv the 6.20 a. in. Read
ing Accommodation Train.
On Sundays the 10.15 a. m. Down, end
the 6.05 p. 1:1. Up Train-only run.
LKBANON VALLEY BRANCH.
7Vo Trains Vntiy, Sunday Kxtrptcd) lo end
At 10.23 a. in. and 6 OS p. in. Leaving
llarrilu;rg ai 8 00 a. m. and 2.35 p. rn.
Connecting with trains on iiio Northern
Central, Perms) Uania, and Cumberland Val
ley Railroad, Icr Sunbuty, Williamsport,
Pittsburgh. Lancaster, Baltimore, Chain-ber-bnr-;,
Through 1 ickets Reading lo Baltimore.
St CO; 10 Lancaster, 2 25 : to Gettysburg,
80 pounds of baggage allowed to each
The second class cars run with all the
Through first class tuket-. at reduced
rates to Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit,
Chicago, and all the principal point- 111 ihe
West, North West,' aim Ihe Canada-; and
Kmigrout Tickets at lower fares to nil above
ptaces, can be hail on application to ihe
staiin:. aent at Readini;.
All tickets will he purchased before the
irai.is Mart. Higher lares cham-sil if paid
in car.-. G. A. NICOLLS,
Engineer and General Superintendent.
February '2. 160.
NORTH WEST CORNER
Hi ght h ad Blacc streets,
Afwajs on hand, a lull assortment of
Hats and Caps for Meti Boy- arid Children,
allow prices Feb. 22. 18G0.
13 OOMS in ihe Third Story of ine Ex
change Block, (entrance above the
Book Store,) Bloomsburg, Columbia coun
Bloomsburg, Nov. 23, 185D-ly.
ryHE undersigned lias opened a new Li
X quor Store at MifHinvi'.le, Colombia
county and lor.ked it with a large and ex
cel'ettr assortrnetn of
Lra 22 C2 02. CS3
of ait kinds, to wtii'-h he invites the alien
ion of dealers. His Liquors are of lhe
best brands, and one trial will a.isfv all.
Miffiinville, June 27. !R;0.
AME on the premise- of the subscriber,
in Orange township, Col-
on or about
the firs! of Anirnst last
A BR1NDLE STEER,
supposed to be apout niue monihs old. It
was not in a very thriving condition whon
ii came 10 the subscriber, but at present
looks tolerably pood. The owner or own
ers are requested o come forward and prove
properly, pay charges and take jt away,
otherwise il wiil be disposed ol according
to law. AUGUSTUS EVERHART.
Orari2e, Oct. 24. lfcJ0.
HOTOGRAPHY IN ALL IIS Branches,
executed in ihe best sule known in the
art, at C G. CltAXJu S GALLElil, 532
Arch Street, East of Sixth, Utiladelpbia.
GsT Li Se Size in O.l and Pastil,
RTS'.ereoscopic Portraits, j, .
Or"Anibrol p?, Daguerreotypes, &e,
For Caees, jYiedailiou?, rins, Kings,
I , lilliAM t. UUIVEB, s
OSss near Wilsca's Carriage sb,op, Main Si
TATENTtD MBCJt 9, 1853.
I'HICK -81 KACI1.
MESSRS. ZUPPINGEU& ROBBINS, of
Blooir.sburt:, having purchased the ex
elusive riuht of ihe above valuable Impro
ved Chear Patent Sewmz Machine, lor
,he Counvyof Columbia, xvitl be hpPy to
-cpply their irientM iui i;-...-Von.mrdalionof
lhe f,.llovving are some of the superior
uuiiiim" i- -I - . .: ...I.
it-ia imii:nieiii msicriii. r, .....
1. It sews from 4C0 to Ui tttii "'.c.
per minute. ,-.... ata rmm (he
more complicated character of their mech
anism invariably mvua?ed and tl readed
with more or le.-s ditlicutty ; i f"
RAYMOND S, a child can manage it ir. vwo
hours, and il is threaded easier thau a com-
'" 3! Onir'the most valuabla features of
iti Mai-hma. ii the smalluess and the
compactness of its mechanism.
4 1. ran be attached to a toaru, tai).
aiit'., in operating order,
p.nd removed in
es i hau ha'.t a minuM!
" t i
5. It greatly
vei nrou HITS 1 rt-m,
ear, SUiiicien.i r-wv,.
. ....L. i,-l,"ii-tl It ir
intended. , qual-
ifn-aUOII l'.Ol taowu lJ - I
Machines. . , r
No human land is capable f proda-
eing a team so regular and fym.aUic;
The eam is so s-ro-.g if well done that .e
il:on8est material will tear befora the
Keani will nive way.
7 Amo the nrray of P.vent Sewing
Machines, '.:ero am none so cheap and
dotable o Raymond's Pater.., but no Ma
chine is adapted to all kuid. of work as
-vniienee has nroveu. 1 cr "c
none to reaiy Jnn,
f i en on n vur kiv
? for the imniei'.iate uu m
ilv circle, and pi nwh a moderate price as ;
' . -r- o Kv n i
RAY.dON U S i
a Th...,.M,u ciin shaps his Featn jnst
he ple-ses, wave, leave-; and flowers,
BSfc.O ,f . . , - . . .
- i,l . . irilniPll.
etc, cn te re'i"-u v '. ,. , . r.
9. It is particularly adapteu lo all kinds
i nf Miirhirs sUL-h as gcnllernen's shirts,
J II H rlllll I
" n I all
s ik i
i bofoms. ristbatrJ:', collar-, e'e
i,..., ,.f luitiet.' tiewinn. inciu
i . .i.i .'mp. ealieoes. dusters, etc., ex
ceotinafor men's heavy wear, this
1 " .i."... i;.,i.i n! ronstruclion.
13 raLllC-l LVIVUri-
10 But we all admit, mat lua -t,-l0
health, and principally to
eyesi-hi, it.onced by the use of
Machmes, surp.se, infinitely all o.her ad-
i 1. This Jlachine fastens
wav iiself. but if the operator
unlastiMiPtl or open,
there is a way ut u
l,av it fasietieil or not,
too, thus yon can
as j ou pleast,
which is, sometimes, ep-
c.allv for be-inners.a very lavoraoi-
11 me eall i ----- .
voo can draw it oul
three fcecends and
save the thread
For sale by ihe tnclersigned, al their re-
Fpecnve resitier.c!?, .-v
will put Ihe Machine in operation and give
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
AT 51.113 (il'Ar.THElS!
IfacriEIjVX, IVKAS & CO.,
TE AVE just received and opened iheir iock
ol Merc'iandise for sale, which compri
ses the LARGESl', Cheapest, ami handsom
est a-5-oriment now offered in this TO"VN.
Ilavic.g paid great at:ention lo lh-3 eeleciion
of their entiie stock as lo
Price atsd Quality,
they flatter themselves that ihey can cotnpete
with the cheapest, and all those wishing to
buy cheap, cun save money by giving us a
call. We havea'l kinds of goods and wares
totipply the wa;)ts of the people. A very
lame ami cnmpleto assortment ci
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
French Mennoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bom
ba'ines, tie bages, noplms par.miet:a clcdhs,
mohair lustres, niuidiu de I tines, Persiaa
cloths, GifiMiatiis, al'coes, Cic.
WHITE GCODS 05? ALL KINDS,
S'eeves, Coiiar-, Spencers, handkerchiefs,
flouncing, bands and trimrtiii2S, )ces and
e(!iii2s,t)onriet ribbons, in lar;e variety, vil
vet libbnns, ami braids, kid, cotton, lisle
t'iread Ive-. mohair miit, &c.
AL?j SiHKDS OIT EJAWIS,
br;L-h, Bay State, Waierville, black silk,
cashmere, errrodered, &c. Also a very
large larae a-orUnenl of Cloths, caimers,
Siiuneis, veftiiiL;, iweeds, jeans, coating vel
vet, Leaver cloths. See.
of all kind- and sires for men, women and
children. We have a largo assortment f
I J ATS and CAPS of lhe late-t fashion. We
have also, Hardware, Qneensware, Cedar
ware, &c. Very che.:p
UARPETP, UAKPIiT-BAGS, FLOOR,
table and cariiaye oil clotli-. mat-, rug, bas
kets, &c. riiiIin, flannel?, ticking-, dra
pers, toweling-, driilini;-, In:., in abr.mlance.
We invite our Irieryis nod ihe public umi
ernl!y to give c.s a call before purchasing
elsewhere. We have bought our ondi al
the LOWEST CASH PRICES and will uoi
te undersold by 'an j body or the resi of n.an
kmd. McKELVY, NEAL & CO. j
- Bloomshnrir, Nov. 21, 1850.
STOVE AND TIN-WAIIE JiUOP.
THE undersigned won'U inform I'e citi
zen? of Bloomsbum and vicinity, thai he
has just received and offers tor sale one ol
the most exienive nrtment-of COOK
ING and FANCY STOVES, ever ii.trndnced
into ihis market. The Christopher L'olum
bus, James Robb :nd Globe are among the
first class cookiim Stoves, all of which are
air-tight and gas burner. Hi Parlor stoves
are handsome and the assoriment varied
ALSO Particular attention is paid to Tin-Wa-e
and House Spouting, npon short no
tice. All kinds of repairing will be done
with reatness and despatch. EC Country
r.rodace taken in exchanse ror work.
Bloomsbnr-r, Oct. 3, 1860. '
One Price Mat A: Cap Slorc,
(Corner of the Five Story B'ock.)
N. W. CORNER OF EIGHTH RACE STS.
PEI E L A D I. isV CI 3 A .
The public are respectlully invited to bear
in mind that at Ihis Siore may be found an
assortment ol Fashionable and HatuUome
MOLESKIN DRESS HATS, SOFT HATS,
Hiiih, Low and Medium Dep'h Crown,
Clotli and Glaaen Caps, Plush and Plush
Trimmed Cap for Men and Boys, Fancy
Hats and Caps for Children, at fair prices.
ST JVb f tco prices for regidar goods.
January 18, 1860-ly.
CABINET WARE ROOMS.
RESPECTFULLY invites ibe attention of
the Public to his extensive assc-Timent
c.f Cabinet Furniture and Chsirs, which he
will warratt-t made of cood miteriaU and in
a workmanlike, manner. At his E-tabli-W-n.er.t,
can always be found a good assort
...l.:..h w onnat ill htA ie hllU IJn ir-ii i
.. i. tA.. :.i ia tin a
Philadelphia or New York cities., and at as
low price. He na Sofa of d.Herer.t stjV
and prices, from S25 to SCO. Divans Lout..
. .. w.t;,t n,! Mahogany. Parlor chairs.
Rocking and eay chair, Piano stool,., and
a varied ol upholstered work, with Oresstog
and parlor bureaus, sofa, catd, centre and
L. .h!. detashn, cheffenif r. whatr.o s
litMl li " " ,
and all kinds of far-hionable
work Hisf-tockoi cuterus, rui-iurcu
oomtnon wasribtand, draw-tables, corner
cnnP.v ANS BREAKFAST TABLES,
. r i .MJ. ac.i frl
bedsteads, can seat an f common chair- i
the laroaft i' this feclion or in cimj.
will a'so keep a good .ortment ol lookmsr
,.;1.s with fancy gill and common Tams
lie will alo furnish spri.fi mafrasse htte.l
fci?fMi bdslad. which th superior
iIh.qI.iIii v ami comu.ri -"t
Dloomsbnr, Jacuary 13, 1858.
RLV AKRIVAL CF
wvvlTliSaiieiUioti lo his stock of cheap
i fashionale vlothing at hi storeot?
M ii. neet, two doors above the Amer
rcan Mouse,' wbeio he has a ful. assort.
L.-... f men and bov' wearing apparel,
nrlnding -he moi fashionable
,Tnt.r nm and oil cloth coat
;?Vn .orlVand sizes, paal. of nil color,,
awls, stripe sand figure, vests, shirts, cra
. ... : .
suspenders and lancy bi
n.. aUo mi
article of cloilnn at very
make lo order any
. . n . V 111.- 1 H I II I i.
. It 1 . a I Al ll I li CT ia
llB.omr. and most of it is of home
Rloomsburg, September 2, I860.
. . . . . ..
1 . n. 1 resi-.ecii'.ull V inform
.ho Uoiet. ol Blo'om.bor?, and vicdnity, that
ha- just iurned from the City with a
splendid assorttnettl ol new
co.nprising everything commonly found in
a fir't-clas Millinery Store. Her stvle ot
n, snmaed rn this seciton
and ner wui " v.Vr-Jl
l.tirust'Trrr; oontiets, tiat and cans, lor
Misres, of all blyles and price-.
MARY DARKLE Y.
Bloomsburg. October 10, 1860.
A? Jt tT Pays
in the most popular and
successful Cnmmerciil S-.rhool in in cnint
iry. Upwards of TWELVE HUNDRED
young meti from Ixenbj eight lii.'Jerent Suites
have been educated lor busineEshere with
in pail three years, some of whom have
been employed as Book Keepers at salaries
S13 000,00 per Amturzi.
immwdiately cpon giaduatii'g, who knew
rousing of accounts when Ihey eir.ereJ lhe
tw" Mini-tei'i sons halfpricc. S'udents
enter al any time, and- review when thej
please wi houi entra charge.
For Ca aloues, Specimens of Penmanship
and View of College, enclo?e five letter
JENKINS & SMITH, rittsturg, Pa.
November 7, 1SG0.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
The Largest aid Cheapest slock ever
offered ii this City.
1 0 HA . "vT IT,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
French and German B itets, Wood ?r.d
V illow Ware
,v Ware.Nmio,,?, Brushes, oil -lcIhs,
Lap-. Wnddinj:, Carpet Chain, &c!
MARKET Sl.ee.. below 2nd, (north
riitir. .,.tuA,;k.. 1.0. ...i ...
I irfiiiri II.- jijri irnrl i TmilK
- y new and coopIeie flock of goods of
me t-est qjalny and description, to which ,
r e wen .i respectfully rail the attention ol
Merchants ami Dealers who wish ip (hid a
ood article CHEAP FOR CASH.
These goods were bought for Net Cash,
al l!ie creatjy reduced prices consequent
upon the minsency el lhe times, nnd b3
lievins the "nimt-le sixppnr'e,, to be better
than the "tlow shilling," Ihey are now of
fered io i-he pubbc at prices they defy com
petition. The lollowing are a few oT the articles al
ways on hum! :
PaiU and Tubs of all kind? and qualities,
Toy Pails, Sail and Sugar boxes. Half B ih
ets and Peck Measures. Well Bucket,
Towel Roller, l'ateni, head and sira.jiM
clothes pins, wash boards, wooden mop
handles, Grain scoops, toy wheelbarrow?,
corn brooms, every vaiiety, ghoa paint
scrub and sweep brushes, fee.
Bioihes, brushes, Basket?, willow and ra
tan chairs, shirt ra'ans, bird c?gep, clothes
lints, bd cords, skirt cords, li yarn, twine
of all kinds, loeiher wi h a largo as-oit-mer.t
of Notions and Fancy Goods. Hosi
ery, Gloves, Shins,' Drawers, Threads, &c ,
cheap from acttion.
Thee ood. are ell new r.d carefully
selected, and are offered al prices that can
not tail to attract aitention.
Buyers will invariably find it lo Iheir own
interest to call belore purchasing elsewhere.
t"? Periicnlar attenlion given lo packing
goods for shiprr.ent, so as to preveut damage
or c.vcesive charses for freiht.
Orders by Mail promptly attended
to. CHARLES W. DEAN.
119 Market St., north side, below 2nd,
Philadelphia. Sept. 21, 1859-ly.
Flour and Feed Delivered !
CHEAPER THAN THE CUEAPEST !
MIK ' under-ianed has made arringe
ments that will enable him lo deliver
Flour and Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per
cent, eheaper than any bout else in town.
Hi- price ara as follow-:
Flour 47 25; Corn and OjIs Chop Si 55;
Corn and Rye Chop SI 65; Bran SI 10;
I respectlully solici a share of the public
patronage.' MOSES COFFMAN.
rloomshnrr. June 14. I860.
jl'KELVY, NEAL & CO.,
Northeast corner of Main, and Market Sts.
cost for Tui
No. 304 Chestnut Street,
From the Ylllafc R52 .
Saturday, Feb. 5, 18
Rf'BBCRT -The office of the oM Railroad,
in Wl Chewier, was broken into last
Thnrsihy maLl, and robbed cf a sma 1 a
monntol money. The thieves entered the
bnildiiiz in lhe rear, broke the doors, and
locks i.irihe de.-ks, and altemptedto gel in
to the lr2e iron safe, but did r't
The Safe was mannlacture.i o r. n
WATSON, No. 26 Soulh FOURni Streets,
STILL ANOTHER ATTEMPT.
October 18th, 1858. Three theives en
teredrhe fioiirms-mill of Messrs. Dorrace &
Dornn, 3ritol, la., and tried all n-ht to
blow ep.n their Sale, with powder, winch
had :tCL0 'n cash, but did not nicceed in
"e.ting i on. Their Salamander Safe was
GREAT SAFt ROBBERY AT NORRlb
tiuvm. DiTKhtB 1st. 1858 Som lime
art ni"ht, the Ijnriii-mill 01 au. jor, n
"tfone in Norwown, l'a., was emereo
and one id Farre; Heriiag, & Co's best pa
tent Powder vfn( L"-k "d Sale
WAS BLOWN PEN Willi iwuhii,
a ...1 ;i f.(!0 in c.li i:iUeii out ad.l carried
..L- e..f.. :.. St VVal.
uwav. litis i-'aisi now in r".'
. . - . . . 1 c . .
son's store, io. 0 roiitli rounn oi.cn,
where we most resecifully invite lhe pub
ic 10 call am! exaiine it.
N. B. We find h Jhe Press, December
4th, i"e following: our Sales are war
ranted to sive perfel patisfaciion, or lhe
money will be retnrud.
FA R R E L, H ER R 1 XG & CO.
We, IVANS & VA'1WV. would ask
all parties having
farrel, Herni. & Co'
Patei.t Lhar,pj0 Sales, to lane u.-,la,e
of the abovtff,. aIui return tnem anu -
their money, ,hpy will n-..i i.iai, ... -year?,
the CpoMtion with which the
Safes are Idled (Marge portion being oil of
vi'riol) will eat . tl the iron. A speci
men cl their Cham.,,,, Safes may be seen
in front of our store, .niCI, is ea'-n full of
holes now. KNS & W AON,
No. 26 South '."OURTU Sreet.
r From. The Press 0 the M&
' 1 i1a.;..o&l Co' Paient Champ n
Safes the only Sales made in lhe coy whit i
h?ve never bee,, robbed by bumlars, or l.ai
ftVir con.ents destroyed by accidental J
lei, . . .......
Evans & Watson's Philadelphia answer lo a j
Now York Humbuj. . 1
v.'. !h. in.dersiai.edciii.ensfSt-Josep.i,
Mo, do herebv cenifv that ihe iron
io r "E. Baldwin, made by
. v " ,1 Wul.mt Street
iT wn.'cb wis in the fire that occurred
SS is not fir-proof, and is use.e, a?a
fif ,.rrmt .U-ih' Vne 5aTe at i lie
time, were much injured: al-o, that the
budding which it was in was of frame and
oriy one story ingn, ami ttial a lire so tri
lling as Hie one wtticti Mirned over the saul
S,ife was not sufficient to have-injured any
Safe purpo-ting lobe lire-proof.
W. R. IVnhk, C rugist.
JosrPtr W.Tooti.k, Dry Goods.
J. A. Beattik, Bunker.
Dots neli.. Sexton & ?.Ic Dox n ell, DryGoods
William Rv. Drv Goods.
Jots Ccku, Dry Goods.
C. E. Bai.'dwi.v. Si. Joseph, Mo.
EVANS & WATSON, S04 CHESTNUT
Street, Philadelphia, hae now on hand lhe
largest as-or'nienl of Salamander S-ife m
the United States, warranted equal to any
others made in the country. Plea give
uacll. Feb. 23d, 1853.
rin: fvsiionauli: and lA
nn'AE- undersigned na viut: ustreceivedihe i
latest 1 arts and rsew ork Fashions
vt ould again bg leave to inform his n umer
ous Iriendsand all the world about Blooms 1
burg,lhal he is
no w be 1 1 e t p re pa red t Jia p 1
r : r :Ltctiiii iiuiKim.ii v u: e w iriinAn
easiest and best filtingsnits of Clo- lhfx
have been turned out lately ; nr ,,oin"lj
that, but he willalsodothem beM
order, upon the lowest tern ' , ,
His shop is at the old (oo well
at all titnes!-efounJ,-aUMS "Pon ,ne '"nch
ofrepentance. stead.J drawingoutl hrlhreoo
nfafil.ction.hopinr U may 11. t he end pro v
advanta-eonsto lim and hiscuMomers.H,
would aNoadvisei''eml-tcbearin m:i.r.
that poor, aillictid tailor- iiik-1 In e, or thej
ca..'i beexpectedio.vi rk.l hereloreU heat
" ' u
Kvf f-00. C s
i :l wh"i
, , , mlnnw nliil t'illi... nntr
:SH willcorpp mighty
i;im,.nyer, gentlemen, that in altcases
.ie.aborer is worthy of his hire.''"
Bloomsburg, Jan. 13th, 1S5P.
U5I.B KOONS Prorrielor.
THIS mugnifiiei.t Hotel, situate in ihe
central poriion of the town, and rp-po-i:e
ihe Court House, hi? been thoroughly
repaireit and refornished, and the Proprietor
t now prepared to accommodate travelers,
teamsters, drovers and boarders in the most
plea-ant and agreeable manner. His table
will be supplied with the best the market
aff.mU.and his Biir with the choicest liquors.
Arenjise ostlers wiil always be on hand,
and his stabling i- Ihe most extensive in
this section ol country. Omnibuses will
always be in readine- to convey passen
gers io and from the Railroad Depot.
WM. B. KOONS.
Bloomsbum, July 4. 1860.
ITIoyer's Brtis Store.
J fgMlE nrulersigned has just received a liesh
i supply of
Dni?, CJiemfcals, DycstcflVf
ASD S0110SS GEXElULLY
of the best quality, all ol which he w.lj sell
atsreadv induced prices lor the CASH..
Ci?" A Wo on hand an Improved Fruit Jar,
much superior and cheaper lo anyihinsf
hi'.herto offered in thi market. ANo a lot of
much cheaper than hermntore.
JOHN R. MOVER.
Bloomsbum, AnguM 23, i860. if.
N O T I C K.
4 LL person indebied to ibe nndersigned
for Professional seivices up lo April
lt, 1860, are respecifully requested to call
an J settle, either by Note or oiherwise.
J. C. R UTTER, M. D.
Bloomsburg. Aug. ti, l50-lf.
A. J. EVANS,
tore on the npper part of Main St., nearly
jpposito the Episcopal Church.
S. C SiUVLY
Manvfadurcr of Furniture and Cabinet Ware
Warefoorq in Shiva's Block, on Mai a Stteet
AN aperient and Stomachic preparat or
ol IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbr n bf
combustion in Hydrogen. Sa'iviioned by
the highest Medical Authorities, both
EoropJ and the United S;att, and prescn
bed n their practice
The experience of thousands dai'v proves
that no preparation of Iron can he compared
with it. ImpuTilie of ih-e blo d, depresioi
of vital enemy, pale and otherwise sickly
complexions indicate iis necessity in almost
every conceivable case.
Innoxious in all malad'-es in which il has
proved ab-olo'elv curative in each .bf the
io'lowinu complaint?, vi2!
In Debility, Nervoi. Affection?, Emaic
aiion, Dyspepsia, Consumption, Diarrl.cea,'
Dysentery, Incipient Consumption. Scrofu
lcn Tuberculosis, Silt Rheum; M smen
:ruatiou, Wnite-, Chlorosis, Liver Com',
idainM) Chrctiic Headaches, R'nehmatism,
In teriiiiiteut Fevers, Pimples on the Facej
In cases of General Debility, whether tia
result of acute di-eat-e, or of the continued
diminution of nervous an J mu-calar enerr
fiorn chronic complaint, one trial of ihu
restorative ha- proved successful to an ex
tent which no description nor written attes
tation would render credible. Invalids so
long bed-ridden as lo have
ie-' in ilieir own neinoornoo is, nave sud
iheir own neintornoo-l
denly re-appeared in the busy world a if
justice returned from protracted travel in a
distant land. Some very signal instances
of this kind are attested of female Suflerer?,
emaciated victims of apparent marasmus,
ianguineoiis exhaustion, critical change,
and that complication of nervous an I dys
peptic aversion to air and i-xercise for
which the pnysieian has no name.
In Nervous Asiections of all kinds, and
1' asons famihar to medical men, the
opera.. ., cf ,1,;,, prepara'iiin of iron must
necessani, i,e 10,3 f0r, ui l.ke lhe old
oxides, it ' v,ronsly tonic, without being
excittng and over,ling. auii .,nlVf reg
ularly aperient, even -., ne mo( oov.inate
cases of co-.nveness win...lU evef bein a
gastric purgative, orindicting -.jiaareeable
It is this lairer properly, amoni -.k-..
makes it so remarkably effectual a,I
anem a reo.edy for Piles, opon wbieti
ppears to exert a distinct and sptci-
action, by dispersing the local tendency
h lorms them.
Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its
a single tox of ihee Chalybeate
s ohen sufficed for the mo- habitual
''.luding ihe atrendeul Coiivenes.
111 U 1 1
DiarrhcDi, even when ad-
? Psentery, confirmed, emauciai
Kave beeoyr(Vy,enVvarjd astonishing.
A the 'caj pain!., 0i, of flesh mod
strength, silltHtin2 cou-h, and remittent
hectic, whu eera:iy indicate Incipient
C.nsurrw.! iij,;,, remedy ha allayed the
alar'n of friei3 aruj physicians, in several
very pratityinn,!, j neie-ting msiance. -
li Srrcfiilot;zi;i;lerciih'Sis. 5T'J,ca
ted iron has hak for m0re than the good
effect of Ihe most.auti(,i!sl' balanced pr
para ions ol iodie without any of "
ell known liahllir.'?. oe ton
The a ien io 1 of femals ear.noj jo
confidently invited tcthis rerne-' &frecxiu
storation, in the cjsej pecu;t- "
them. . ,
1 n, . ... die and inftitn-
!:i Rhenmausm, both ccr mor dcl.
ma ory-.n the latter, J-uM w, ,d
dedly-.t ha, been Uin anu re,,..ing the
boil, as ailev.atmKlJeta q ,he jo, j
mi'liverT'"'nl Fever it mut necessarily
. '' Tuiedy and enere ie iesoraiv
- t'wrei ii ii.e new seitlerne-n, of
tl-i!l nr.K-ihli I as m.A r i 1.1 e
,,,e.l and uselulness.
j "No remedy has ever be-n dis.-overed in
lhe w h'.le liistory of medicine, which exer's
such prompt, happy, and fully restorative
effects. Good appetite, comple'e diesliort,
rapid acquisition cl strength, wiih an mut
ual disp-istuo.'i lor active and cheerlul ei
ercie, immediately fvi!ow its use.
i'ut up in neat Hat metal boxes coatainirrg
50 pills, price 50 cn:s per box ; lor sale by
dri:gi;i! aI,d dealur.. V'(51 b-; sent tree l
a'-y addre-s on receipt of ihe price. All
letters, orders, etc.. sl.onl I b addre ed to
R. B LOCKE & CO.
May 23. ISCO-lv 33? Broadway. N Y.
Bei.evoler.t In.-i iuiticii e&lablished by
special Eiidovvmem, for the R-lief of
the S'ck and .fi-tressed, atliicted wuti viru
!ent and epidemic di-easps, and especially
or the enre oi dt-eases ot the sexual organs.
Medical advice ffiven gratis, by the act
ir.2 Surgeon, to all who apply tiy letter, wiih
a desrriprion ol iheir condition, (a2e,oc
cupalion, habits of life, &c,) and in cases
ot extreme poier y. n.edicines lurnished
lre ol charge.
Valuable reports on Sprma'orr!iara, anJ
other iliseases of the sexual organs, and on
the new remedies employed in the Dispen
sary, sent t. the sfilicted in sealed letter
envelope-, Iree ot chame. Two or ihres
stamp for postage will be acceptable.
Address, Dr. J. Skilhn nonunion, Artie;
Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 Sauib
Nilh Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
Be order of ihe Directors.
GEO. FAIRCH1LD. S-cretary.
EZRA D. HEART WELL, President
January 25, 1860-y.
W holesale aud Itctail. -
Til E subscriber would announce lo lhe
citizens of Bloomsbnm anJ vicinity,
that tie i selling LIQUORS in large and
mall quantities, and at different prices, at
his INew More, on Mam street.
norm siii. tun iwior. somi ni i v
iron s-.reei, lioomaurg. t!:s OX-Ss,
stoct: ot Foreign and Domestic - n irtar
consis's of Cognac and Roche lie, blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender.' He
has a large assortment of
Old Rye. gray with age, line Oid Bourbonr
Old Folks Whiskey, and ar.y quautity of
common. Ke also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeira-, Lisbon, Claret, Stierry and Cam
pagne Wines; and Ia! bat not leasi, a
quantity of good double extra BROWN
SI OUT; all of which he wiil sell at lh
lowest cash prices-. The public are respect
fully tohciied to give his liqnr a trial. .
D. W. ROB BINS, Agt.
Bloornsborg, July 11, 1860.
THE " .. .. . .
, Norlii Second Slreet, above Arch.
B. B. EDIVARDS,-Pririetor
February 2, 1850. ly.