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MACK THESE FACTS !
THE TESTUIOXr OF THE WORLD.
S : C XVs: "ru? IS-Tit F
. BAD LEGS, BAD BREATS, SORES
AH description of sores are remediable
by the proper and diligent use of this ines
timable preparation. To aitmpt to core
bad legs by plastering the edges of the
wound togtheris-a folly.; for should the
kin unite, a boggy diseased tiondition re
main underneath to break oat with tenfold
fary io few days. The only rattonanl and
successful treatment, as indicated bv nature,
is to redoce the inflame. ion io and about
the wound and tc soothe the neighboring
parts by-robbing in plenty of the Ointment
as salt is forced inlo meai.
DIPTHERIA, ULCERATED SORE
THROAT, AND SCARLET AND
... Any of tbe above diseases may be cured
by well rubbing the Ointment three times
a day into the chest, throat and neck of the
patient ; it will soon penetrate, and give
immediate relief. Medicine taken by the
mouth must operate upon the whole sys
tem ere it influence can be felt in any lo
cal part, whereas the Ointment will do its
work at once. Whoever tries tbe ongoent
in the above manner of the disease named,
or any similar disorders affecting tbe chest
and throat, will find themselves relieved as
by a charm.
PILES, FISTULAS, STRICTURES.
Tbe above class of complaints will be
removed by nightly fomenting the parts
with warm water, and then by most effect
ually rubbing in tha Ointment. Persons
suffering from these direful complaints
should lose not a moment in arrestinz their
progress. It should be understood that it
is uol sufficient merely to smear the Oint
ment on the affected parts, but it must be
well robbed in for some considerable time
two or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the system, whence it will re
move any hidden sore or wound as effect
sally as though palpable to the eye. There
again bread and water poultices, after rub
bing in of the Ointment, will do great ser
vice. This is the only sure treatment for
females, cases i cancer in the stomach, or
where there may be a general bearing
INDISCRETIONS OF YOUTH ; SORES
Blotches, as also swellings, ueo, with
certaicty, be radically cured if the Oint
ment be .used Ireely, and Pills be taken
nigbt and morning as recommended in the
printed instructions. When treated in any
other way they enly Jry op in one place
to break out in aaoiber ; whereas this Oint
ment will remove tbe humor from the sys
tem, and leave the patient a vigorous and
beahby being. It will require lime with
the use of the Pills K ensure a lasting cure
DROPSICAL SWELLINGS, PARALYSIS
AND STIFF JOINTS.
Altbeos! the above complaints differ
widely in. their origin and nature, yet they
all require local treatment. Many of the
worst cases, of each diseases, will yield in
a comparatively short space of time when
this Ointment is diligently rubbed into the
parts affected, even after every other means
have failed. In all serious maladies the
-PriU-miOuld be taken according to the di
rections accompanying each box.
JJotk the Ointment and Pills should be used in
the following cases :
Blotches on tbe
Constipation of the
plaints, Lumbago, .
ties, Fevers of all
Stone and Gravel,
Worms of all kinds
CAUTION None are eennine unless
tbe words "Holfoway, Tew York and Lon
don," are disceraibte as a ft ater mrrk in
every leaf of '.he book of direction are on
each ponr box ; the same may be plain I v
seen by holding the leofto the light. A hand
some reward will be given o any one ren
dering such information as way lead hand
detection of any party or parties counter
feiting the medicines or vending the same,
knowing them to be spurious.
Sold at the Manufactory of Professor
Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and
by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in
Medicine, throughout the civilized world,
in pots, at 25c., 62c. and $1 each.
There is a considerable saving by
taking the larger sizes.
" N. B Directions for the guidance ol pa
tients, in every disorder, are affixed to each
box. ' . October 10, 1860.
NEW GOODS !
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FAMi AND WINTER
CrfV CE 2 cS3 .
AT MILLER S STOIiE !
alHE subscriber bas jnst returned from the
' City with another large and select as
sortment of FALL AND WINTER Goods,
purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowes'
figure, and which he is determined to sell
on as moderate terms as ean be procured
elsewhere in Bloomsbarg. His stock comprises'-1
Ladies' Drcs Goods,
of tbe choicest styles and latest fashions.
D R Y G O O D S,
CTV it- ce o tr 2. cs S3 &
Hardware, Qaeensware, Cedarware, Hol
lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Hats
and Caps, &c-, &c. In short, everything
usually kept in country Stores; to which he
invites the public generally. The highest
price paid for country produce.
V S. H. MILLER.
" Bloomsbnrg, Oct. 24, 1860.
QEVERAL desirable Building Lots in
Bloomsbnrs, for sale. Inquire of
Jane 20, ISSO-tf. 'W.WIRT.
-)00M3 in the Third Story of the Ex-
change Clock, (entrance above the
Book Store,) Eioomsturj, Columbia cocn-
THE PEOPLES COOK BOOK.
Ifl O l) E R NlTo O K E R Y
lii nil its Branches,
-j MISS ELIZA ACTON,
CARUmAY RtTiSFij ar MRS B.'J HALE.
FT TELLS YOU HOW to choose all kitids
of Meats, Poultry, and Game, with all
the various and most approved modes of
dressing and cooking Beef and Pork ; also
the' best and simplest way of salting, pick
ling and curing the same.
" IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approved modes of dressins, cooking,
and boning Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Poultry,
and Game of all kinds, with the different
Dressings, Gravies, and Stuffings appro
priate to each.
IT TELLS' YOU HOW to choose, ciean,
and preserve Fish of all kinds, and how to
sweeten it when tainted; also all the va
rious and most approved modes of cooking,
with the different Dressings, Sacces, and
Flavorings appropriate to each.
TT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approved modes of preparing over
fifty different kinds of Meat, Fish, Fowl.
Game, -und -Vegetable "Son pp. Broths, and
Stews, with the 'Relishes and Seasonings
appropriate to each.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approved 'modes ot cooking Vegeia
bles ot every description, also how to pre
pare Picklesf"Catsup and 'Curries of all
kinds, Potted Meats, Fish, Game, Mush
IT TELLS YOU ALL tbe various and
most approved modes of preparing and
cookirg all kinds of Plain and Fancy Pas
trv, Puddings, Omelettes, Fritters, Cakes,
Confectionery, Preserves, jellies, and Sweet
Dishes of every descrip'ion.
IT TELLS YOU ALL the various and
most approred modes of making Bread,
Rueks, Muffins, and Biscuit, the best
method ol preparing Coffee, Chocolate, and
Tea, and how to make Syrupy, Cordial:',
and Wines of various kinds.
IT TELLS YOU HOW to et out ana or
nament a Table, how to Carve all kinds of
Fish, Flesh or Fowl, and in short, how to so
simplify the whole Art of Cooking as to
bring the -choicest luxuries of tbe table
within even body's reach.
The book rontains 418 pages, and up
wards of twelve hundred Receipts, all of
which are the results of actual experience,
having been fully and carefully tested un
der the personal superintendence the
writers. It is printed in a dear and open
type, is illustrated with appropriate engra
vings, and will be forwarded to any address,
neatly bound, and postage paid, on receipt
ol the price, Si 00. or in cloth, extta, 81.25.
SI OOO a Year
can be made by enterprising men every
where, in selling the above work, our in
ducements to all such being vpry liberal.
For single vopie ot the Bock, or for
terms to agents, with other information
apply to or address
JOHN E. POTTERPublisber,
No. 617 Santom St., Philadelphia.
Great Work on the Horse.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES ;
BT SOBER r JENNINGS, V. 8.,
Professor of Pathology and Onentive Surgery
in the Veterinary College of Phdadepaia,
WILL TELL YOU of the Origin, History
and distinctive traits of the various
breeds of European, Asiatic, African and
American Horses, with the physical forma
tion and peculiarities of the animal, and
how to ascertain his age by the number
and condition of his teeth; illustrated with
numerous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you ol Breeding, Breaking, Sta
bling, Feeding, Groomins, Shoeing, and the
general management of the horse, with the
beet modes ot administering medicine, also,
how to treat Biting, Kcking, Reang,rp
Shying, Stumbling, Crib Biting, Restless
ness, and other vices to which he is subject;
with numerous explanatory engravings
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES.
Will tell yon of the causes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Strangles, Sora Throat, Dis
temper, Catarrh, Influenza, Bronchitis,
Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Broken Wind, Chro
nic Cough, Roaring and Whistling. Lampas,
Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and Decayed
Teeth, wiih other diseases ot the Mouth
and Respiratory Organs.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will :ell yon of the canses, symptoms, and
Treatment o( Worms, Bots, Colic, Strangu
lation, Stony Concretions, Ruptures, Palsy,
Diarrhoea, Jaundice, Hepatirrhoea. Bloody
Urine, Stones in the Kidney s and Bladder,
Inflammation, and other diseases of the
Stomach, Bow Is, Liver and Urinary Or
gans. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of the causes, symptoms, and
Treatment of Bone, Blood and Bog, Spavin,
Ringoone, 5weenie, Strains, Broken Knees,
Wind Galls, Founder, Sole Brume and
Gravel, Crocked Hoof, Scratches. Canker,
Thrush, and Corns; also, of Megrims,
Vertigo, Epilepsy, Staggers, and other
diseases of the Feet, Legs, and Head.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell yon of the caues, symptoms, and
Treatment of Fistula, Poll Evil, Glanders,
Farcy, Scarlet Fever, Mange, Surfeit,
Locked Jaw, Rheumatism, Cramp, Gall,
Diseases of the Eye and Heart, &c, &c,
and bow to manage Castration, Bleeding,
Trephinning, Roweling, Firing, Hernia,
Amputation, Tapping, ana other surgical
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
Will tell you of Rarey's Method of taming
Horses; bow to Approach, Halter, or Stable
a Coh; bow to accustom a horse to strange
sounds and sigu, and bow to Bit, Saddle,
Ride, and Break bioi to Harness; also the
Jorm and law cl Warranty. The whole be
ing the result of more than fifteen years'
careful study of lbs babit, peculiarities,
wants aud weaknesses of this noble and
The book contains 384 pages, appropri
ately illustrated by One Hundred Engra
vings. It is printed ia a clear and open
tvr--e. and will be furnished to any address,
postage paid, on receipt of price, half
bouL-d, 51.00, or, in cloth, extra, si.za.
$1000 a Year
can be made by enterprising men every-
wteri6elling the above, and other
Doonlar works ot ours. Uor inducements
to all such are exceedingly liberal. .
For single copies of the Book, or for
terms to agents, wim otner inmrmauon, ap
ply to or address JOHN E. PUllbK,
617 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa.
For Sale or Rent.
rpTHE subscriber offers three Houses
JL an J lots lor sale, or rent, one in eiooms
burg, one at Buckhorn, and one at lower
Lime Ridge, all in ihis county.
Bloomsburg Feb. 6, 1861.
TINNER 4- STOVE DEALER,
f rf MatStret. b0W
. LIGHT 1 LIGHT !
IP si op ea cd m
COAL OIL BURNERS AND LAMPS
Coal, Kerosene, or Carbon Oils.
The beat, most brilliant, and cheapest por
table lignt row in use. No canger of ex
plosion and cheaper than fluid, lard oil, fish
oil, or Camphene,
r EQUAL TO GAS. jj
Without the expense of gastixiuies. The
above Lamps (with all their fancy trim
ing) can be seen and bought at the old
established Drug and Chemical Store oi the
undersigned, who flatters himself that from
his long experience in the Drug trade, he
knows how and where to bdy, and is deter
mined not to be 'undersold by any one in
Bloomsburg, or surrounding country, 'Call
and see his new and well selected stock ol
DRUGS. MEDICINES '& CHEMICALS,
PAINTS. VARNISHES, DYESTUFFS,
OILS, GLASS FROM 7x9 to 24x36,
CONFECTION ARIES, PER
FUMERY AND FANCY
FOR LADIES '&
TOBACCO 'ANTD CIGARS,
Assi'd Brands, Patent Medicines of every
variety in use, Liquors (pure) for medicinal
ufe only, Fluid Camphene, Carbon Oil,
Turpentine and Alcohol, Trusses, Shoulder
Braces and Ahdomnal Supporters, Surgical
and Dental Instruments, Sa?h Nail & Tooth
brushes, Prof. Humphrey's Homtepaihic
Remedies, garden, canary, rape and hemp
seeds, thermometers, proof-glasses moroc
co leather and shoe findings, &c, &c, to
gether with the largest and most varied as
sortment of German Tovs and
ever brought to ibis place, all of which
please call and see, and you must believe.
Having learned by sad experience that
"long credi's will not keep things moving,''
I have determined to
to cash buyer-, 10 make it an object 10 ihem
as well as the seller, to -deal on the cash
principle, either money or ready trade.
Having served a regular apprenticeship
at the Drug and Apothecary business, be
sides having carried it on for the laM eigh
teen years, on my own hook, 1 flatter my-
ff If that I am able to do justice to all giving
me a trial. 1 hanklul to the public tor past
favors, I would ask a trial on the new prin
ciple, and will guarantee to all, that it will
make long friends, and pay best in the end
to paycBh and buy at rednced prices.
carefully compounded, and all orders cor
rectly answered. All medicines guarranled
a recommended, Sioie Room on Main
S reel, near Market, next door to the Post
Office, Bloomsburg, Columbia county. Pa.
EPHRAlM P. LUTZ.
December 7, 1 859 if.
SPRING AND SUMMER
LARGE STOCK AXI) LOW TRICES.
11 e have again bee to :he city, and re-
turned with a large stock of Goods for
the season, which we are prepared to sell
at a low figure for ready pay. Our stock
Hardware, Quee:iware, Cedarware, Willow-ware,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Groceries, Nails, Iron, Fish, Salt, Plaster,
Fluid, Camphene Oils, White Lead by the
Keg, cheap, &c., &c.
H. C. & I. W. HARTMAN.
Bloomsburg, April 10, 1861.
PHILADELPHIA AND READING
DECEMBER 5TH 1859.
Four Daily Passenger Trains to Philadelphia.
(From and parsing Reading)
At 6.20 a. m., 10 20 a. m., 12 neon,
(Freight and Passenger,) and 5.06 p. m.
Two daily trains to Pottsvilie and Port
Clinton, at 10.15 a. m., and 6.05 p. m.
Connecting at Port Clinton with trains foi
Tamaqua, Wiiiiamsport, Elmira, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, and the Canadas.
The 10.1f a. m op train only connects a:
Port Clinton wiih trains for Wilke&barre,
Scranton and Piltston.
Passengers leaving Williamsport by the
Calta-.vissa Railroad night line, at 10.15
m., connect wi ll a passenger train leav
ing Port Clinton at 4.50 a. m., arrive at Read
ing at 5.50 a. m., breakfast and proceed di
rect to Philadelphia by the 6.20 a. m. Read
ing Accommodation Train.
On Sundays the 10.15 a. m. Down, and
the 6.05 p. m Up Trains only run.
LEBANON VALLEY BRANCH.
Two Trains Daily, (Sundjy Excepted) to and
At 10.23 a. m. tind 6 08 p. m. Leaving
Harrisburg at 8 00 a. in. and 2.35 p. rn.
Connecting with trains on the Northern
Central, Pennsylvania, and Cumberland Val
ley Railroads, for Scnbury, Wiiliamsporti
uttburjh, Lancaster, Baltimore, t-uarn-
Through Tickets Reading to Baltimore,
00; to Lancaster, S2 25 j to Gettysburg,
80 pounds of baggage allowed to each
The second class
cars run with all the
Through first class tickets at reduced
rates to Niagara tails, Uutlalo, uetroit,
Chicago, and all the principal points in the
West, North West, and the Canadas; and
Emigront Tickets at lower fares to all above
places, can be had on application to the
station agent at Reading.
All tickets will be purchased before the
trains start. Higher lares charged it paia
in cars. G. A. NICOLLS,
Engineer and General Superintendent.
February 52, 1860.
E. H. LITTLE,
Office in Court Alley; formerly occupied by
Charles R. Buckalew.
December 28, 1859. if.
Attorney at Law,
Office in Court Alley, East of Conrt House
Shop on the South Side oi Main Street, firs
THE ondersigned has opened a now Li
quor Store at MifSinville, Colombia
county and stocked it with a large and ex
cellent assortment of
ofall kinds, to which he invites the atten
tion cf dealers. His Liquors are of the
best brands, and one trial will satisfy all.
Mifflinville, Jane 27t 1860.
.; HIRAM C. 0OWER,
Are yon sick, feeble, and
complaining f Ar you out or
order, with your .yntem da
ranged, aud your feelings un
comfortable f These symp
toms are often tbe prelude to
serious illness. Some lit or
sickness Is creeping upon yon,
and should be averted by a
timely use of the right rem
edy. Take Ayer's and
' cleanse out the disordered tra-
"fnnrss miHfv t h M lilrinri mil
1 W thft' tl i. ii 1 niitv. nn rninh.
structed in "health again.
jf it C. F - Tney stimulate tbe functions
of the body into Tigorous ao-
tlVIl, I'Ulll BJDWIU UUH1
the obstructions which make
disease. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and ob
structs Its natural functions. These, if not relieved,
'react upon themselves and the surrounding organs, pro
ducing general aggravation, suffering, and disease.
While iu this condition, oppressed by tbe derangements,
take Ayer's Pills, and see how directly they restore the
natural action of the system, and with it the buoyant
feeling of health again. What is true and so apparent la
this trivial and common complaint, is also true in many
of the deepeated and dangerous distempers. The same
purgative effect expels them. Caused by similar obstruc
tions and derangements of the natural functions of the
body, they are rapidly, and many of them surely, cured
' by the same means. None who know tbe virtues of these
Pills, will neglect to employ them when suffering from
the disorders they cure.
Statements from leading physicians In some of the
principal cities, and from other well known publio per
sons. 'From a Forwarding Merchant cf St. Zauil, Ftb. 4, 1858.
Da. Ater: Your Pills are the paragon of alt that Is
preat in medicine. They have enred my little daughter
of ulcerous sores npon her hands and fent that had proved
incurable for years. 11 er mother has been long grier
oilHly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and
in her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried
your Pills, and they have cured her.
ASA MORG RIDGE.
A m. Family Phytic
From Dr. JE. W. Ovrttorigfit, Nevj OrUant.
Tour Pills are the prince of purges. Thetr excellent
qualities surpass any cathartic we possess. They are
mild, but very certain and effectual In their action on the
bowels, which makes them invaluable to us In the daily
treatment of disease.
Headache, Sic StHeadache, Font Stomach.
Prom Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore.
DiarRro. Atir: I cannot answer yon what complaints
I have cured with your Pills better than to say all that tut
trer trtat with ajurjativ meilicinc I place great depen
dence on an effectual cathartic in my daily contest with
disease, and beliitving as I do that your Pills afford us the
beet we have, I of course value them highly.
PirrSBtma, Pa, May 1, 1855.
Da. J. C Atir. Sir : 1 have been repeatedly cured of
the worst hnidaclit any body can have by dose or two
of your Pills. It seems to arise from a (but stomach,
which they cleanse at once.
Yours with great respect, ID. W. PREBLE,
Clerk qf Strum fr Clarion.
Billons Disorders Liver Complaints.
From Dr. Thtodtre Bell, of JWte Fork City.
ITot only are yonr Pills admirably adapted to their pur
pose as an aperient, but I find their beneficial effects upon
tbe Liver ery marked indeed. They bave in my prac
tice proved r. ir.ro effectual for the cure of hUioitt enm
pltiirUs than any one remedy I can mention. I sincerely
rejoice that we baTe at length a purgative wLicb is wor
thy the confidence of the profeasiou and the people.
DrPARTMI!TT OF THC IiTTBRlOR,
Washington, D. C, 7lli Feb., 185a. f
Silt : I have us?d your Pills In my general and hospital
practice ever since you made them, aud cannot hesitate to
fty they are tho best cathartic we employ. Their regu
lating action on the liver is quick and decided, conse
quently they are an admirable remedy for derangemeuts
of that organ. Indeed, I have seldom found a case of
biliout tiiteate-o obstinate that It did not readily yield to
them. f raternally yours, ALONZO BALL, M. I,
Jtiyticiun of the ilariut HotpitaL
Dysentery, Dlarrhorsi, Relax, "Worms.
From Dr. J. O. Orten, of Chicago.
Tour Pills have had a long trial in my practice, and I
bold them in esteem as one of the bent aperients 1 bave
ever found. Their alterative effect opou the liver make
them an excellent remedy, when given in small doees for
biliout dytnUry and diarrhaa. Their sugar-coating
makes them very acceptable aod convenient fur the use
of women and children.
Dyspepsia, Impurity of tha Blood.
From Jiev. J. V. Bimet, FuHor of Advent Church, Bottom,
Da. Arts: I havsnsed yonr Pills with extraordinary
success in my family and among those 1 am called to visit
in distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and
purify the blood, they are the very beet remedy I have
ever known, and 1 can confidently recommend them to
my friends. Yours, J. V. Hl.Mfcd.
Warsaw, Wyoming Co., Tf. Y., Oct. 2-t, 1S55.
Dear ?ir : I am using your Cathartic Pills In my prac
tice, and find them an excellent pnrgative to cleanse the
system and purify tht fnuntaint of the blood.
JOHN O. M EACH A if, M. D.
Constipation, Cos tlven ess, Snppresslon,
Hhrnmstlim, Clout, Neuralgia, Prop
sy, Paralysis, Fits, etc.
From Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada.
Too much cannot be said of yonr Pills for the cure of
Cottivenru. If others of our fraternity have fmni them
as efficacious as I bave, they should join me in proclaim
ing it for the benefit of the multitudes who suffer fmni
that complaint, which, although bad enough in itself, is
the progenitor of others that are worse. I believe o
tiverieti to originate in the liver, but your Pills affect that
organ and cure the disease.
From 3frt. E Stuart, Ffiyncian and ifidirf; Bneton.
I find one or two large doses of yonr Pills, taken at the
proper time, are excellent promotives of the natural teere.
Uon when wholly or rartially suppressed, and also very
effectual to cleanit the ttomach and ervel toormu They
are so much the best physic we have that I recommend
no other to my patients.
From Vie Rev. Dr. Uawka,tf '(he MeOiodid Epit. Church.
Prt.A'KI Hocfc Favannah. Oa.. Jan. 6, 1356.
no!oRM Sir: I should be ungrateful for the relief
yonr skill has brought me If I did not report my case to
yon. A cold settled in my limbs and brought on excru
ciating neuraltfie yiainf , which ended in crmie rheumi'
titm. Notwithstanding I had the beet or physicians, the
dioease grew worse and worse, until by the advice of your
excellent arent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your
Pills. Their effects were slow, but sure. By persevering
in the use of them, I am now entirely well.
Prwatx Crajcbm, Baton Rouge, La., 6 Dec 1553.
Dr. Atir : I have been entirely cored, by yonr Pills, of
Rheumatic Gout- painful disease that hail afflicted me
for years. VINCENT SLIDKLL.
3Mot of the Mis fn market contain Mercury,
which, although a valuable remedy in skilful hands, ia
dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful ronse
qnenees that frequently follow Its incautious use. These
contain no mercury or mineral suttauce whatever.
Price, 25 centa per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepared by Or. 7. C. AYZB &o CO., Low&U, Uast.
Sold by E. P. Luiz, J. R. Moyer, and G.
M. Hagcnbueh, Bloomfburs, and by one
dealer in eterv town iu the State.
April 6, 1661.-ly.
A Benevolent Institution establsheJ by, I
i v i t - - .i nl:f.r.i.(
special iviuu w uieui , iur me iienei ui me
Sick and Diftreseed, afflicted with Viru- J
lent and Chronic Disease, and especial
ly tor the Cure of Diseases of the Sexual
TV EDICAL ADVICE given pratis, by the
Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by
letter. wi;h a description of their condition,
(age, occupation, habit of life, occ.,) and
in caes of extreme poverty, Medicines
furnished free of charge.
VALUABLE REPOKTSon Spermatorrhea
and other Di-eane of ihe Sexual Organn,
and on the NEW REMEDIES employed
iu the Dispensary, sent to tbe afflicted in
sealed letter envelopes, dee of charge.
Two or three stamps for postage will be
Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Acting Surgeon, Howard Asociation, No.
2 South Ninth Sireei, Philadelphia, Pa.
Bv order ol the Directors.
EZRA I). HEARTWELL, Prest.
Philadelphia, April 3. 1861 ly.
NEW FALL AND WINTER
ITl AR I Z & E N T
HAVE just received from Philadelphia a
splendid assortment of merchandise,
purchased at the lowest figure, and which
they are determined to sell for
Cash or Country Produce,
on as moderate lerms as can be procured
elsewhere in Light Sfect. Their Stock con
sists ot LADIES' DRESS GOODS, choicest
styles and latest fashions.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE. QUEENS WARE, CEDAR-
IV ARE, HOLLOW-WARE,
Iron. Nails and Spikes,
BOOT AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
READY-3IADE CL0TIIIAG, W. &c,
In short every thing usually kept in a conn
try Store. They respectfully invite their
old friends, and the public generally, to call
and examine their stock before purchasing
els w hct0
13 The highest price paid for conntry
prodnce. MARTZ & ENT.
S E W I N Q MACHINE !
PATENTED MARCH 9, 1858.
jlf ESSR3. ZUPP1NGER & ROBBINS, of
Bloomsburg, having purchased the ex
clusive right of the above valuable Impro
ved Cheap Patent Sewing Machirte, for
the Couniyof Columbia, will be hippy to
supply iheir friends with the article for the
aocornmodationof themselves and lamilies.
The following are some of the superior
advantages ibis implement possesses, viz:
1. It sews from 400 to 600 tight stitches
2. Double thread Machines aie from the
more complicated character of their merh
anism invariably munaged and threaded
with more or lees difficulty ; not so with
RAYMOND'S, a child can manage it in two
hours, and it isjhreaded easier than a com
3. One of the most valuable features of
this Machine, is the smallness and the
compactness of its mechanism.
4. It can be attached to a board, table or
siand, in operating order, and removed in
less than half a minute.
5. It greatly economizes the thread, and
yet produces a seam, sufficiently strong for
any work" lor wtucn it is intended, a qual
i heat ion not Known to all
kinds of Sewing
6. No human hand is capable of produ
cing a seam so regular and systematic.
The ream is so strong if well done, that the
strongest material will tear before the
seam will give way.
7. Among ihe array of Patent Sewing
Machines, there are none so cheap and
darable as Raymond's Patent, but no Ma
chine is adapted to all kinds oi work as
experience has proven. There are perhaps
none so Tealy useful, doing such a variety
of wore for the immediate use of the fam
ily circle, and at such a moderate price as
8. The operator can shape his seam just
as he pleases, waves, leaves arid flowers,
etc., can be represented or imitated.
9. It is particularly adapteu to all kinds
of stitchicg such as gentlemen's shirts,
bosoms, ristbanJe, collars, etc., and all
kinds of ladies' sewing, including silks,
lawns, delaines, calicoes, dusters, etc., ex
cepting for men'sheavy wear, this Machine
is ralher too light oi construction.
10. But we all admit, that the advantage
Io health, and principally to the vision or
eyesight, iniiaced by the use of Sewing
Machines, surpasses infinitely all other ad
11. This Machine fastens the seam al
ways itself, but if the operator wishes it
unfastened or onen. there is a way lor it
too, thus you can have it fastened or not,
as you please, which is, sometime., espe
cially for beginners, a very favorable cir
cumstance. If the seam is left unfastened,
yon can draw it out in three seconds and
save the thread.
For sale by ihe nndersigned, at their re
speciive residences, in bloomsburg, who
will put the Machine in operation and
all necessary instruction.
DANIEL W. ROBBINS.
Bloomsbnra, July 11, 1860.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
AT III". AO QUARTERS!
UcKELVY, NI2AL. fc CO.,
HAVE juM received and opened iheir stock
ot Merchandise for sale, which compri
ses the LARGEST, Cheapest, and hanoom
est assortment now offered in this TOWN.
Having paid great attention to the selection
ot their entire stock as to
Price and Qtialilv,
they flatter themselves that thev can compete
wiih the cheapest, and all those wishingito
boy cheap, can save money by giving us a
call. We have aU kinds of goods and wares
jo supply the wants of the people. A very
large and complete assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
French Merinoes, wool plaids, alpacas, bom
bazines, de bages, poplins parametta cloths,
mohair lustres, muslin de laines, Persiau
cloths, Ginchams, alicoes, &c.
WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Sleeves, Collars, Spencers, handkerchiefs,
flouncings, bands and trimmings, laces and
edgings, bonnet ribbons, in large variety, vel
vet tibbon?, and brsids, kid, cotton, lisle
thread gloves, mohair miM, &c.
AIAj KIND'S OF SHAWLS,
broche, Bav State, Waterville, black silk,
cashmere, embrodered, &c. Also a very
large large assortment of Cloths, casimer.,
satinets, vestir.gs, tweeds, jeans, coating vel
vet, beaver cloths, &e.
of all kinds and sizes for men, women and
children. We have a large assortment of
HATS and CAPS of the latest fashion. We
have also, Hardware, Queensware, Cedar
ware, &c. Very cheap
CARPETS, CARPET-BAGS, FLOOR,
table and carriage oil cloths, mats, rugs, bas
kets, &c. Muslins, flannels, tickings, dra
pers, towelings, drillings, &c, in abundance.
We invite our friends and the public gen
erally to give ns a call before purchasing
elsewhere. We have bought our goods at
the LOWEST CASH PRICES and will net
be undersold by anybody or the rest of man
kind. McKELVY, NEAL & CO.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 21, 1850.
N 12 W S T O U E .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HAT AND CAP STORE.
TB tl I E undersisned respectfully informs the
ciiizens of Bloomsburg, and ihe public
in general, that he has purchased the NEW
HAT STORE, in the white frame store
house, on Main Street, neatly opposite the
Exchange Buildings, where he has just re
ceived a splendid asrlment of
City Hats and Caps,
Direct from the Manufactories, of all kinds,
styles, sorts and sizes, latest fashion, which
he offers wholesale and retail, at very low
prices. Also, STRAW GOODS, including
all the modern 6tyles and fashions.
r' These Goods will be sold at very low
prices, for Ready Pay.
oct31 JOHN K. GIRTON.
PHOTOGRAPHY IN ALL ITS Branches,
executed in ihe best style known in the
art, at C. G. CRANE'S GALLERY, 532
Arch Street, East of Sixth. Philadelphia.
CLite Size in Od and Pastil,
CyAmbrot pes, Daguerreotypes, &c.
For Cases, Medallions, Pins, Rings, &c.
Tinware & Store Establishment.
r1HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully in
forms bis old friends and customers
that he has purchased his brother's interest
in the above establishment, and the con
cern will hereafter be conducted by himself
exclusively. He has just reCoived and ol-
ix. fers for sale the largest and most ex-
3 tensive assortment of FANCY STOTVS
'cat: ever introduced into this maraet.
StoveDioe and Tinware constantly on
hand and manufactured to order. All kinds
of repairing done, as usual, nn short notice.
The patronage of old friends and new cus
tomers is respectluliy soncneu.
A. M. RUPERT
- Bloomaburg, Jan. 12, 1853. if.
CABINET WARE ROOMS.
RESPECTFULLY invites ihe attention Of
the Public to bis extensive assortment
of Cabinet Furniture and Chairs, which he
will warrant made of good materials and in
a workmanlike manner. At hls'EstablisU
nient, can always be found a good assort
which is equal in style tud fin ish to that of
Philadelphia or New York cities, and at as
low'pricfcs. He has Sofas of different style
and prices, from $25 to $60. Divans Loun
ges, Walnut and 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, detashu , cheffeniers, whatnots
and corrodes and ail kinds ot lasbionable
work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and
oommon wasnttands, dress-tables, coYner
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is
the largest in this section of the couniy. He
will also keep a good assortment oi looking
glasses with fancy gilt and common frames
He will also furnish spring mattrasses fitted
to any 6ized bedstead, which are superior
for durability and comfort to any bed in
use. Bloomsbnrr, January 13, 1858.
D B'W TI5TE7,
II. C UOWUR,
ESPECFULLY offers his
professional services to the
ladies and gentlemen ot Blooms- I
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
to all the various operations in Dentistry,
and is provided with the latest improvep
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inser
ted on pivot or gold plate, to look as well as
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on band. AH operations on the teeth
Office, 3d building ahove S. A. Wilson's
Carriage Manufactory Main St., west side.
Bloomsburg, January 13, 1853
FORKS HOT EL.
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
ROBERT HAGENBUCH, Proprietor,
HMAKES pleasure in announcing tofhe-pub---
lie that he has rented and thoroughly
refitted the Forks Hotel formerly occupied
py James freeze, in nioomsDurg, and is
m vi r a
prepared to accomodate travellers, teamsters,
drovers and boarders. His table will be sop.
plied with the be-t products rhe markets af.
lord, and tis Bar will be constantly furnish
ed with the choicest liquors.
Attentive ostlers will always be n at
tendance, and he trusts his long experience
in catering to ihe wants of the public, and
his obliging atieniion to costomers wilse
cure him a liberal share of patronage.
Bloomsborg, April 21, 1858.
Flour and Peed Delivered 1
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST .
riHE undersigned has made arrange
ments that will enable him to deliver
Flour and Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per
cent, cheaper than any bouj else in town
His prices are as follows:
Hour 57 25; Corn and Oats Chop SI 55;
Lorn and liye Chop SI 65' Bran SI 10 ;
I respeciluily solicit ashsreof the public
pairnnage. MOSES COFFMAN.
Bloomsburg, June 14, 1860.
"IHE underpinned respectlully inform" the
ciiizens of Bloomsburg, and the public
generally, that he has taken the Barber
Shop, located on Main Street, in the white
Frame Building, nearly opposite the Ex
change Block, where he is at all limes ready
to wait upon bis customers to entire satis
faction. SHAVING AND HAIRDRESSING,
Will be executed with care and neatness
and in ibe most fashionable style, and on
very moderate terms.
rSTShampooing, done op in City Style.
He solicils public patronage and pledges
his best endeavors to give every reasonable
CHARLES HENRY NOLL.
Bloomsburg, Oct. 12, 1859.
Hundred Tons of Cayuga Lake
AT THE CATTAW1SSA MILLS.
rHE undersign?d would respectfully in-
form the public generally that they
have on hand a large amount of snpenor
CAirGA LAKE PLASTER,
all of which they offer for sale, in larze or
small quantities, upon the most reasonable
terms. Persons wishing a good article ot
piaster would do well to call and examine
this before purchasing elsew here,
C. W. M KELVY fic CO.
CaHawissa, Jan. 30, 1S6J 3m.
i holewale mid Retail.
THE subscriber would announce to the
ciiizens of Bloomsburj and vicinity,
that he is selling LIQUOKS in large and
small quantities, and at different prices, at
his New Siore, on Alain street,
north side, two doors south of
Iron street. Bloomsburg. tl is
stock of Foreign and Domestic
consists of Cognac and Rochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment ot
Old Rye gray with age, fine Uld Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and any quautity of
common. He alo has k
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines; and last but not least, a
nuuntil v ol Eood double extr BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell at the
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to give his liquor a trial.
D. W. ROBBINS, Agt.
Bloomsburg, July 11, 1860.
W 31. B K00XS, Proprietor.
iiloomsiu iu;, pa
THIS magnificent Hotel, situate in the
central portion of the town, and op
posite the Court House, has been ihoroughly
repaired and refurnished, and the Proprietor
is now prepared to accommodate travelers,
teamsters, drovers and boarders in the most
pleasant and agreeable manner. His table
will be supplied with the best the market
afTords,and his Bar with tbe choicest liquors.
Atientise ostlers will always be on band,
and his stabling is the most extensive in
this section ol country. Omnibuses will
always be in readiness to convey passen
gers to and from the Railroad Depot".
WM. B. KOONS.
Blnombnre, July 4. 1860.
Bl'KELVY, REAL & CO.,
Northeast corner ot Main and MarketSts.
'HhiL :Hft?s are in use now Hll over the
United Slate, and have been well
ed io many fires : ihe follow iro hn-
other instance of their capability iu resist,
Lancaster Township, July 3rj. lgso i
Messrs.-EVANS & WATSON : 1
Gentlemen The smaij size No. 1 Sala
mander Sate which I purchased Irom your
agent, Mr. Adam R.'Barr, in Lancaster City
on July 20th, 1858, has been subjected to a
very severe test, which it withstood jn B
most satisfactory manner. This Safe con
taining all my books, trgetKer wiih valua
ble papers belonging to myelf and some
to my neighbors and friends, and repre
senting a value of overTwentv Thousand
Dollars, 520,000 was in my Mill whicb
was destroyed on the n'ght'oi the 27th of
July, 1860, and passed through the fier1
ordeal unscathed. The Safe was on the
second floor, and fell to the basement of
the Mill, and was subjected for six honVs
io an intense heat amonz the "ruins, whicb
was greatly increased by the Combustion of
a large quantity of grain confined within
I the brick walls. After the fire the Safe was
openec and tbe books and papers taken on:
in a state oi periect preservation, tbe pa
per not even being discolored. This fact
was, however, to many, bystanders a bet
ter recommendation oi your Safes than
could be expressed in any other words
from me. Yours Respectfully,
Another Victory for Erans & WaU
son's Salamander Safes
Oweo, N. Y-, March 27, 1860.
Gentlarren It affords me much pleasure
to inform you that the Safe No. 5, opriehtj
which l purchased ol 13. Mroud, your Trav
elling Agnt, has passed through an ex
ceedingly hot fire in a three story brick
building, whicb heated the Safe to a white
beat,5 ihat the corners of it appear melt
ed; bnt it preserved my books aud valuable
papers to the amount of several thoosai o
dollars, tor which I feel thankful.
Philadelphia. June 4th, 1859.
Messrs. EVANS & WATiON manufac
tured the Fire Proof Safes whicb have been
in nse since the commecement of our
Bank, and are supplied with three of their
Patent Alphabetical Bank Lock, and have
given entire satisfaction. This Lock we
have great confidence in, bmh as regards
security and convenience, there being no
chance to blow it out with powder, and ro
key to carry. We consider it one of the
Dect and safest Locks now in use.
ROBERT MORRIS, Pres'i Com'th Bar.kr.
HENRY GRAM BO, Cashier.
Great Fire Another Trinmpn.
KnoYviile, Term., March 13, 1859.
Messrs. EVANS & WATSON, Phila'da.
Gntlemen--It affords me great pleasure
to say to yon that Ihe Salamander Safe
which I purchased of you in February, 185?,
proved to be what you recommended it a
sure protection Irom fire. My storehouse,
together with several others, was borned
to the ground in March lat. The Safe feU
hrnugh into the ceiler, and was exposed
to intense heat for six or eight hours, and
when it was taken from the ruins and open
ed, all its contents were fonnd to be in a
perfect siate, the books and the papers not
beinsr injured any whatever. 1 can cheer
fully recomm-nd your Sates to the com
munity, believing, as I do, that they are as
near fire proof as it is possible for any Safa
to be made. THOMAS J. POWELL.
12 cferc nces.
U. S. Mint. Philadelphia ; U. S 'AiKena!,
Philadelphia & Cal ; N. Liberties Bank;
Pottstown Bank ; Chester Valley Bank ,
Southwestern Bank ol Va. ; Bank of Golds
borough, N. C. ; Bank of Raleigh, N. C. ;
B-ink ot Salisbury, N C. ; Bank of Jersey
Shore, Pa. ; Bmk of Newark, Del. ; Bank
ol Northumberland ; Lewisburg Bauk-
April 3 1, 1861. .
mami l laV'.ook, ritueitifion,
WYOMING, LUZERNE COUrsTY, PENN.
rjnHE Proprietor respectfully informs bis
M. frierus and ibe public enerally that be
has taken charge of ihe Wyoming House, in
the viilaae ol Wyoming, near the Railroad
Depot of that place, an I has fitted it out 60
as to entertain both transient and perma
nent visitors in a suitable and comfortable
manner. His rooms are spacious and airy,
and not only calculated to add to the conve
nience and comfort ol the traveling commo
nity, but alo to those who would seek a
pleasant summer resort with families.
HIS TABLE will be supplied with the best
I the market can ariord ; and his BAR will be
I furnished with the purest liquors that can
be obtained. The proprietor wiit give nis
exclusive attention to the comfort and con
venience ol his inests. and is determined
to make the WYOMING HOUSE rank a
mong the first hotels in the State.
The Proprietor hopes that from his expe
rience in ifie business, and by unremitting
attention on his part, combined with a judi
cious selection of the most careful and oblig
ing servants, he may be entitled to the fa
vorable consideration ot the public, and re
ceive a liberal share of their patronage.
fW Please give him a call, and judge for
ourelve April 2, 1859.
On Main street, two door6 above the "Amer
A CAUD TO THE SCFFEUIXG,
The Rev. William Cosgrove, while la
boring a a missionary in Japan, was cured
of Consumption, when all other means had
failed, by a recipe obtained from a learned
physician residing in the great city of Jeddo.
This recipe has cured great numbers who
were suffering from Consumption, Bronchit
is, Sore Throat, Coughs, and Colds, and the
debility and nervous depression caused by
Desirous ol benefiting others, I will send
this recipe, which 1 have brought home
with me, to all who need ii, free of charge.
Address REV. WM COSGROVE,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Feb. 27, 1861 3m.
"ARISE TAKE CP THT BED AND WALI."
The Analytical Physitian and Surgeon,
IS daily astonishing his patients by the
cure of long standing diseases. H'
REMEDIES ARE PURELY VEGETA
DL.E. He will be at the following plac .
the same das of each month as stated te.
low, when be can be consnlted for all dis
ease flesh is heir to.
At Nicely's, in Berwick. 28th and 29tli
The Exchange. Bloomsburg. 30ih to isl.
' Tbe Montour House, Danville, 2d & 3d
January 30. 1861 Irn -pd.
Blank or all Hindu
fbr tale At tL Slar of ikt North OtiK a.