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Wednesday Kornin?, December IS, 1S61.
Wc vrooK! lirect attention to the new ail'
tertisements in to-day a Star.
A rit.s of nightly meetings hare been
poing on in the M. K. Church at Betwick,
!nricg the past week or more.
Sh.mff Furma. advertises real estate in
o-dayV Star, to be sold on the 8th, 9:h and
lOlh difi of January next.
Tmr friends of the R-v. J G. Penny, Bip
tist Miniver, of this place, design paying
him a donation visit on Chria'ma. ,
Ocr industrious village blacksmith. S;e
phen Koorr has erected a new smith shop
on Main Street a! the top of Scott town ht'l,
by the oide of hi old one.
Scrocakt Thorto, of the "Hurley
Guard," left this place on Monday last,with
several raw recruits for Cam j Curtin, where
this company is encamped.
Somc half dozen or more yonnz men left
this place on Monday morning last, for the
wood., near Waahinsion city, where they
design chopping wood for the army, during
Scbscr iptiox to the Star are the Fame as
ibey have been beretolore ; those desirous
of becoming patrons would do well to ob
serve that a new volume will commence in
the cocre of two weeks. This is a good
time to subscribe.
The friend of the Rev. Iaiah Bahl, of
Berwick, will pay him a donation visit on
Wednesday the 8th of January nest. The
visit will no doubt be an extensive one
The Rev. has a wide circle of friends.
Another Compant most Pittstih. Oar
young friend Harry l-aycuck is busily enja
ged in raiding a company for the War. lie
is making very encouraging progress Har
ry will make a first r ite officer and one
, thai will be l.ked by his men. Pi! I don Gi
A Chasc. We have for sale shenp,
cholarah?p. in the Iron Cut Cjlleg9, Pitts
burgh. This is an excellent opportunity
tor a yonng man to obtain a first-rate mer
cantile ei neat ion at a small cost. The In
motion i one of the very bel in the coun
try, and it is located in an interesting town.
See card in to day's Star.
How to roLtrcr tocr dubts. An ex
change make the following very trutti! ul
observation : '-We don't want money de
perately bad.' but or.r creditors Vo, and to
itjuM thej- owe you. If yoo pay us, we'b
pay tbem, and they'll pay 3 011." A ood
idea ; and we hope all ol our debtors will
take the hint.
Fktkr Et, of Light Street, advertises in
to day's paper a lot ot new goods receive!
from our eastern cities, which he is prepr
d to re'.l eht-ip ft c-i$h or yvn short ce lit
lie has a thorough and vane I a-Sii-tmn',
Well calculated to please his customers.
Persons tihing anything in the dry 'good?,
line, as well as hardware, cannot go ami-s
by calling upon this establishment. His
groceries are aNo of a description that one
can safely recommend.
A Visit.- Our est'mab'e young friend ard
soldier, Charles B. Bkockwat, ho is a
Lieutenant in Battery F-, First Pei nsyU aila
Artillery, paid our sanctum a visit on Tues
day last. He looks well 3nd is t pnj ty "me
remarkably cood health, and repotb it
ia the same condition that are in his
company. He left his battery a Williams
port Md . to spend a few days in thu sec
tion, for the icrposeof feeing his parents,
friends, and recruiting. Success to the
The Boaup of Rkuw, of this coanty, will
meet at the Court House, in Bloomsbnrg on
Saturday the 4th day of January next Lr the
purpose of attending to the duties of iltei
appointment, and uct on the 28.A as stated
in our lam issue. The board consists of
the three County Commissioners and the
the two Associate Judge. I hy are dispo
sed to do what is r gin towards atdirg the
soldiers' wives. All akiag relief should
have their petitions properly made out and
affidavit made thereto before applying.
John G. Frkezk, Esq. Attorney ol Lvw
having accepted the position of Deputy
Register and Recorder of :he County of Co
icmbia ; has removed his office into the
room occupied by the Register and Recor
der in the Coort House ; where he can al
ways he foond prepared to attend to the
business cf his profession, and also to the
duties of hi depuiyshtp.'
fer Persons havingbosiness with the Reg
ister or Recorder must come prepared to
pay the fees before the work can be done ;
"No other course can be adopted by the Dep
Ely, to whoie care the entire business ol
the office has been transferred.
Christmas is coming the sportive festi
' fal of the wify lords of misrule, with their
subtle disj-niaingi, masks and mummeries
when Santa Clans drives throag'i the land
tvith his fairy chariot ladened down with
choicest presents, which the gay, fancifnt
little officers of bis retiuoe slyly slip into
.Young America's clocking or hide them
amid ihe dark green of his Christmas tree
when the shop windows are crowded with
regiments of wooden soldiers in showy uni
forms and with musket at 'shoulder arms,"
swords, drums, banners music grinders,
trcmpete,. dolls, horses, dogs.cat. monkeys,
and sugar cannon. forts, tea--e' poultry, &c.
when a large turkey roast, a delicious
plum pudding, and several tempting piping
hot inmcepies form a grand feature of the
dinoer table, and when mtrry lads and las
sies hug each other behind ribbon-decked
wreaths of joyoas evergreen. Who possess
es t heart Jarje and generous enough to re
c.ejiber the forgotten printer with some of
tha dainties at the cosiing Chritlroa? festival t
21 Y virtue of a writ of Levaria-' F;tint to
me directel, issued nut of the Co j rt
of Common Pleas ol Columbia county,
Penna will be exposed to public sale, at
the Conn House, in H! owsburg. on FRI
DAY THK lOih DAY OFJANUARY, 1862
ai one o'clock in the afiemooti, ihe lollow
int property to wit :
AH that one and a half story Plank dwel
ling Hon-e, situate in Benton township, in
'he County aforesaid, on a lot of land bound
ed on the Wet by lands ol John Savage
and on ihe Nonh by Jands of Abrrihani
Young, and on the South and East by lrn!
ol Jotin McHnry, con aifiinMbout Klfvr.
Arrfs of UuJ more or lss paid dwrlliii.
h'use teingin front pixt-pn leet and its
depth loiirtien fet, a'td the lot or pic id
urnund and cunilngn appurtenant to t-ai
S"izeil taken in Pxrntion and to be t-ol t
as the prt per'y of Smiil Le'i.on, i-i thr
hands ot his administrators Samuel Apple
man ami John I.emnn.
JOSUH II FURMAN,
Sheriff's 0:rte, ) Shtrijj
BIoomblr2J Dec. 18, IS61. J
!)Y vir-ne of a writ of Levtria Foci is to
ir. d i reeled, issued ou' ot ihe Court of
Common Pled ol Columbia county, IVnna.,
will be Rtposd lo public sate, at the Conn
Ho.'s in Boomshiifii, on WKDNESDAY
THESih DAFOF JANUARY. 1862, at nrM
oVlork in ihe afternoon, the following prop
erty, to wit :
AH tho riv town I.'.s in tha tow: of
Hublevdip, in Be iver Va'Iey, Columbia
roiinly am! Siat of Priiiylvania at the
foot of the MrCanley Mountain, said lots
beinu nnmber.ed in the survpy or draf' o
said town. s o Nos. one, two, three, ftur
and fiv, Ivinsr coniianons, M ua'f oti the
North Ea-t f t er of sixth and MrCanley
S'rfeis, and in Plot nunibfr one, ihe enu
five o;- Irnntiris; two hundred and fifty left
on h:d MrCatitey sueni, and exiendiug in
dep'h one t:undrel and twenty five leet.
Seized trtken in execution and to be sold
as the pioeiiy of Michael Graham and
JaSIAH 11 FURMAN.
Sheriff- Orfi.-w, ) Sheriff.
Bloomsburg, Dec. IS, 1861. j
FALL & TCIKTMS GOOD
I J AS Jtit received bo-n Philadelphia,
aiid i now ii eninj at the o,l fsiarto
I laly oc-upied bv Mar-z und Ent a solen
liJ Mis r:n.ciit ol merchandize, which will
t' sold ctieap for
CASH Oil COrXTRY PRODUCE.
Hi siork so:!ii of f-a beg' Dress Goods,
r!ini!Hit tv's nd la'fft faf)ions.
DRY fJOODS liROCKRIF.S,
HARD WARE, QEENS-WAR E,
CEDAR WAKE. HOLLOA'-WAKE,
I RON N A I LS AN ft S PI K KS
BOOIS AM) SHOES,
HATS AND CATS,
READY MADE CLOI HIM;, a.C.
In -t'ort i-r.fr) thing usually kept in a
c Mint y t ue
I li .a rmia-.c of oi l friend, and the
;n?li' generally, i resrtn y solicited.
I lif hiyhesi market prit-e oad for coun
try rr'diire. PETER ENT.
LiStii .Street, Dec. 18, 1R6I
WILCOX A; 4,ISfi'
Price with 1 1 name r and J-'eller,
THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SITE
KIOR1TY Pi- TJI.IARY ITS
Stilciing, Hemming and FiTiug icitti
a Mngle '1'hrtnd.
It forms a I'eat, ver., arid elastic seam
winch is warranted not io rip in wear, eve
f the seam i cut at frequent in'ervaU, h-m
ai-o under all Kirctmistances "to survive tlir
A Patented device of sreal utility u.
(-arnPis, preve'it ihe po?sibiiity ofitie ma
.liine bei- g run :n the wrong dirc"ori, nr
fie t-alarice wtieel wearing a !a !y?s tre-.
Another featnre whu-h ii(-crt pariicn
ar Kf.t.iw.n i-tI HE WILCOX PATENT
NEEDLE CANNOT HE SET WRONG.
Two lhouard Siiu-hes, or two yarils rf
work, can be done in cue minute v itLou i
dropping a sti'ch.
These Mac-hiaes, so simple and acrruate
in their construction supersede the !
the fhuttie; smd with one thread produce
at Ihe practical results of ihe two ifirenii
machine-; nrd more, for these feil without
asitna:. arid hem the finest muslin niihout
Abhousih at abonl half the price of the
n'her r;rlllass machines, they will acrom
llih !ouble the seeing in a given i:me
"It is einphaiically the yond, low priced
Family Sewing Machine thai the i-nbiic
hav loua been waiting for." Boston Tran
ECrifjt. "It is indeed a wonderful production, and
and for family ose especially, no other wilt
beir any comparison wi'h it." Pailadel
phta Evening Journal."
A mechanical wonder.' 'Scientific Amer
'Amonz the best and most serviceable
Sewng machines. Li:ht and elegaivU
finished, and so simple in its consirucnon
thai ii eems alrnost impossible for it to get
out of repair." Pitt6bur2 Cruonicle.
"Has combined with its own peculiar
merits all the really valuable improvements
of the higher priced machines." Pennsy l
vanian. "This machine, in the opinion of the
commute, fills more nearly I fie require
ment of a perlect family machine than any
on exhibition.' Franklin Institute Exhibi
tion Report ol 1858.
"Taking into consideration simplicity,
cheapness, durability, mid doing nil work,
loe commicee were nnanimou in favor ot
the Wilcox & G'bb? as a finale threfd ma
chine.'' Pennsylvania State Agriculiural
"We have one of these machines in use,
arid thiuk more highly of it than of any ol
ihe number we have tried.''" Richmond
The undersigned, Missionary to Constan
tinople, ha examined more than iwemy
different kinds of Sewing Machines, and
aher some six weeks' experience with
Wilc"ox & Gibbs' Patent, be has purchased
one of "hem as .the best adapted to ihe
wants of his family, and a he least liable
to require repair. OLIVER CRANK.
. Boston, July 3, i860.
The ondeu'igiiedjO'uring eighteen months
has had in almost constant nse, in his fam
ly, Wilcox &Gibbs Sewing Machine, upon
which ha been made the rlthe cf his
large family from mat-liti to pilot cloth
including the clothing required for his sev
eral boj; and io no case have the seams
failed, although in hard service. The ma
chine now in nse in hisfamil) has required
no repair, and is in all respects, well ap
pointed, efficient arid dorahle.
JACOB CHICKERING, Boston.
Cf'Send for Circnlar.j
JAM ES WILCOX, Slaaafaciarer
No. 503 Hroadway, New York,
Opposile St. Nicholas Hotel.;
- ir ""
TOR PUEIPYING THE BLOOD.
And for th speedy tum of the following comptntnti:
Strrofulaand Scrofulous Affec-t loiis.snclt
Tumors, Clcei-H, Sorei, Uruntlum,
l'implea, l'ntnlr, Ulotclies, Uolla,
Btaius, and all bklu lieac.
' Ovklaxo, I nd., (Mi June, 1859.
J. C. Ater ft Co. Gmita: 1 feel it my tfoiy to i.e-knowli-ilge
what your .'aiMipniiilrt luw loiio f.ir li e.
llaviuj inherited A tii'ri'hil..in inlVi-tion, I liava Btifttaed
fmui it in vuiir.us I'.ir mn. tHiiiKtiiiie it burnt
out in 11. Tin ou my liaiiiU and urma; einiieliiiiefl it
turnud inwiii j mill d bt it-.cxr d imi ut Ihe Ktoniuch. T vo
yemn no it l.nke out n my lu-nd mid r..vtie.l inv fa Ip
and vHis with nue ioiu. which was Kilnfiil nud limihwue
tifyiiiid diKciiitiun. 1 trlrd many medicines und Mtve' al
ijliyMii-iitiif. but without much relief from any thiiiR. in
fm-t, Uio UiMii'der grew worse. At length I w rejoiced
to read in the (.iuscl Messenger th:tt you Intd lire:ued
an ailerative (.aixsioiirilln). f..r I knew IVom yoiir ii ,u .a
tiim that anything you umdn must be gi.od. I sent to
Ciiii'iiinaliaiiilKot it, and useil it till it cured me. 1 took
it, att you Mdvin. in niniilt tlmK of a ti-asnHinfnl over a
month, and lined almost I luce bottle. New and lien I thy
akin noon began to form under t lie scab, which after a
whil'j fell off. .My nkin is now clear, and 1 know by my
feelings that the tlieae haul none from my stem. You
Can well believe that 1 feel what I am Niyimr when I tell
you, that I hold you to he oue of the apostle of the Ke,
aud reiuuiu ever gratefully. Y..uri,
AI.KltLI) n. T A I, LEY.
St. Anthony'i Ftrr. Rose or Eryilntlaa,
Tetter aitil Salt Itliemti, Scald llead,
Itliigtroriii, Sore Eyti, Dropsy.
Dr. Tidiort T. Preble writes from Fatem, N. T., Uth
fept., liiilt, that lie ban cured an iurrternte rase of
Uiopst, which ttireateiiiMl to terminate fatally, by tho
persevering nse nfour Sarsaparilla, ami also u uaugerus
Malignant Ery-ipelas liy l:irne do'ea of the same; says
be cures tile Common Hrnj4vm by it constantly.
Broncliocele, Goitre or Swelled Neck.
Zebulou Sloan of I'lohpect, Texas, writes : "Three bot
tles of your bartHipanlla cured nm from a O i'rt n bid-
eout swellimr on the neck, wbicli 1 bad sulfured fioiu
over two years.
I.eiteorrlipn or AVli Ilea, Ovarlnn Tnmor,
I'tcrlue Dlcrrntion, l.,eml Dlacaaea.
Pr. J. B. S. Chnniiin. of New York City, writes ; "I
tnoftt cheerfully comply with Ihe recjuestof your agentta
savinii I have found your fnrfojiarilla a moRt excellent
alterative in the numerous complaints for which wa
employ such n remedv. but especially In P-mate Distorts
of tlm sk-roriitoii!! iliatheMis. I hsve lured many inveter
ate raes of Iiienrrha'.'i by it, and witun where the com
plaint was caused (y uU-rnttioit o( the tilrrim. Th" lih-er-alinu
itself was WHin cmed. Noihin-j within tny kuuwl
edH vipials it for Hiew feitiiitu derangements."
Kilward 8. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, " A rtnn
JrerniM ttnirian tumnr on one of the females in luy futility,
whb-h had defirl nit thn remedies we could emplov. baa
at length lieen completely rureil by your Kxtract of Sar
saparilla. Our physician tliouirht iiotbin but extirpa
tion could afford relief, but lie advised the trial of your
SaroHimiilla as the last resoit before rultini;. an I it
proved effectual. After takinsyour remedy eibt waeka
uo symptom of the disease reniaina.'
Sypltllia and Klercurial Disease.
Krw Onr.rATtM, 2."lh August, 1SC9.
Tit. J. C. ATTtt : Sir, I cheerfully comply with th re
snest of your spent, and report to you some of the eflcctv
1 have realized with your S tr-a hi ilia.
I hsve ctireil with it, in my praetico, mot of the com
plaints for which it is recommended, and have found its
eir.ts truly wonderful in thu cure of Vmrrntl ami Atrr
curi.il i-t-ttr. tine of my patients had Syphilitic ulcers
in bis throat, which were cotiHumiiiK his palate and the
top or liia in.. o h. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
cured him in live weeks. Another was attacked by sec
ondary symptoms in his noe, aud the ulceration bad
eaten away a considerable part of it. so that I 1-elit T.i tha
t!irder would f.'n reach his brain and kill him. I lit it
yielded o my administration of your Sarsaparilla : tha
nice is tittalud.nd liu U w..il aKaii,. not of couise w it liout
nine dlsliiiiation to Ida l.ic. A woman who bad la-cn
tieated for the same disorder by meiinry was suff ring
from this poison in her bones. They had become so en
Eitiva to the weather that on a damp diiy she sulTerc I ex
rruciatini; pain in her joints and bones, ishc, ti-o. wsi
cured entirely by your .nrxaparilla in a few weeks. I
know from its formula, which ymr agent fiave nie. that
this l'repuratiun from your laboratory must I a .rent
remedy; roiiKe(iieiitly, these tiuly reuiarkable risulta
with it have not surprised me.
Fraternally yours, O. V. LARIMER, M. D.
Rheumatism, Cont, I.lver Complaint,
iNt.KPKSnrMC K, Preston Co., Vn.. flh July. l-f9.
PR. J. C. Arm: Mr, I have liein afflicted with a pain
ful chronic l:hrumut,fni for a lontf time, which baflh d the
skill of physii ians. and sun k to me in spite of all tha
remedies 1 could find, untd I tried your Sarsaparilla. On
bottle cured me in two weeks, and restored my pi neral
liesith so much that I am far bettor than ls'Pre I wa
attacked. I think it a wonderful mcdhhie. J. t'Kt AM.
Jules Y. fletcliell, of St. Enni. writi-s: "I have ten
aOiicted for years with an ajlrtnm nf fit l.irrr, vliich
destioyed my health. I tried every tiling, and every thing
failed to lelieve me; aud 1 hue. tieeu a brokeu-dowi man
for some y.'sis from no other cause than tlrrvvtjeit rut of
Vie iiiT. My beloved pastor, the Hev. .Mr. Kspy. a. Ivised
mo to tiy your at-sopardlii, lsscause he said be lire ' yen,
and apy thim; you ma le was worth tiyinp;. Hy the bless
ini i f Jo.l ,t bas ur -d me. and has so purified my blood
as b raike a new fain of me. I feel joune apain. Tha
best that can besitrl ofyi.u is not ball good euoii);li,n
Sell lrris. Cancer Tumors. F.nlsrirmeiit,
I'lteration, dries and Kxfoliatlon of
A gieat vari.-ty of cno 1mvlien reported to ns where
Cures of tlite f.riiiid-il.le complaints have resulted from
tlie use of this remedy, t.o' our space here will not admit
th. in. Some of them may I lound in our Aneri-an
Aliiianac, which the au'enls bel. w named are plerscd to
furnish gratis to all who call for them.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fit. Kjllep
ay, ela nc lol y, enralgla.
Many rematkaMe tin s of these Sftertii.iis Iihti been
made ! the alterative power of this inedii ine. Jt stimu
lates the vital fiinriii.tis into vipirous action, an I thus
overcome disorders which wonl l lie supposed liey nd its
reach. Such a remedy has long Iwri r iiiired by he niv
cessile s ot II. e i- nud we are confident thut t'.i Will
do for them all that Medicine can do.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral,
Mil THK 1UP1I) CUKE OP
Conglia, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Crou , IJroiit li it is, Incljilciit (en
luniitlou, and Tor tlte Kelief
of Consumptive Patients
In srivaiiidl Stages
of the Disease.
This Is a remedy so universally known to rnrj):is any
ether for the cute of throat and lia.p conipluiuts. that it
is useless hei9 to publish the evidence of its virtiifs. Its
unrivalled excellence for roughs nnd colds, and its truly
wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, have Made it
known throughout the civilized nations of the -arth.
lew are the eommnnjli. or even f.nnilies, amorv thfin
who bare not some personal experience or ilsefTects
some living trophy in their midr-t of its victory er the
subtle aud dangerous dimrders of the throat ami luces.
As alt know the dreadful fatality of these diMrd-rs, and
as they know, too, Ihe cfTisrts of ibis remedy, we I eed Hot
do more than to assnre them that it has r.'.w all the vir
tues that it did have when making the cures whi :h bvs
wod so stronply uis.n the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Or. J. C. AYEE, & CO., Lowell , Man.
Dnrini! tie p.tst jfar w li-ve in'rndureil
o the notice of the metrical profe-asum ol
th'u ronntry the Pure Ctylulized Chloride of
Propyl -mine a a
ItUiHKDYFOR RULT3IATIS9I I
A'.il lMvir2 rt-civfil from :niiy iiiic.ii,
both lr m p') s-ician of the hiiitieM slated
inr and from parents, the mo!
Fl.itlerinp I cttmonial of i:s It en: Vnlnr
in the treatment of thu painful ant; obii
na'e tlieae, we are indnce l to pn sent ii
to the pnbitc in a form READY FCR IM
MEDIATE USE, which we hope w II com
mnd itself io 'hoe who are nfTeri ig wilh
thi afflicin complaint, at;d to lh- medi
cal prartiiioner w ho may feel disposed to
iesi t r. powers of ibi valuable rerrily.
ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in tie f-rrn
above thicken of, has recently been exten
sively experimented wuh in the
IV li ii s y I v.i ii i a II o s pita!,
and wiih MARKED SUCCESS (a will ap
pear from the published account in the
tdtf It in carefully pnl up ready for im
mediate uee, wiih full directions, and can
be obiained from bit ihe drniiuiMs at 75
cent per bot'le. and at 'wholesale vf
BULLOCK' & CRENSHAW,
Druggims and Manufacturinif C iemists
Philadelphia. Jcn 2. I8fil It.
JRS. CatliMrme Zuppinuer bets leave
to invite the aitenlioii of ihi public
that he is now prepared lo produce any
width from lhre quartern lo five quartern
nice and strong, bhe will endeavyr to suit
Bloomsburx, Nov. 20, 1861.
SEVERAL desirable Building Lots in
Bloomsburs, for sale, loqoirf of
I DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
iVOTICK is hereby given thai ihe co art
i' iierf.Ia herno'ore exiRtir; between the
late firm of Manx & F.nt. at I.iiht Sirel, is
this daj, (Nov 25, 1861 ) dislved by ran
tnftl ftmseut of the parties. ' The books,
&c, remain in the hnnd of Pter Ent, one
ol the members ot ;he firm, by uiiom all
claims aHinsi the said firm will be paid:
8!-d those mdettpd to the firm will please
call and make payment ol lh 6ame.
I'EI EK EN 1'.
Lijih: Street, Nov. 27, 161.
In Cmtrt ilovxe .Uley opposite the Ex
THE niiU rsi. nfd would re.pfrtfrllv in
form the s-1 1 i vr t i of lii oomsbr. r; and the
puhlic senpra'h, that tie ha opened a
f)ppoi: the Court Hotif-e and next do-r to
the r ffice oftfie Columbia Itiiiocia!,vvherp
ne is prepared to exwi-U'e Sliavni;;, II ,ir-lires.-tnu
and Shampoonitiir, in die tet ol
manner, with dfsnatch. and to oent-ral at
uta. t.oti. GKOlKiK N ADDISON.
Bioon.sburar, Nt,v. 27, 1861.
THE tinderi'jjipn will be in Bloomsbura
wiih FI.ESH OYSTERS,
1 very r d nesdxy anil I'iit y,
i Which tie will shII at 31 cenls pr fitiarl ;
yt) ceut per lan ; nrnl 45 rpns per Ha'.
Cn. EMAMTEL PETE US.
November 13, I86l.-lm.
NEW ABUTMENT of watch and
lock niait-r.hlH, of ihe r hi q i h li'y,
receivptf, which w ill be o lifted in allrat.es
on ood condiloi s.
Bloom'horu. April ?5, IfiGI.
sp m T, i7 x ot i r i:.
The Adveni-er, havinff been resrored to
health in a very few wek by a very t-im
pie rrtef,y ahr having MiflVreHl several
years wiih a t-evere lunn affr-t tio?, ami that
dread di-eae, Conum()iiori is anviotis to
make known lo hi lellow-sufleter ihe
Miean of etire.
To all who desire it, he will rend a copy
of the prescription nsnd, (Iree of criare.)
with Ihe dtreciiotiH for preparini and uitto
thp fame, which they will fimt a sure cure
J for C(itinrnptinti, A-ttmia, Brnchii i, &c.
J The omy tt jic! f ihe attve-fiser in Bl.
iii lh rrtM-nption i- 'o tinht H:e nfft c
id, and sprenti i nlnrmatioii which he con
ct'ives 10 be it:vi!tiible, Hnd he hopen wvery
etiflfter will try his ririeily, a ii wllci-t
ilir-m 1 1 ot ti 1 1 c , a'ld may prove a blsina.
Parties wiiiing the rs-crifdion will
Rev. EDWARD WILSON,
Vil!iambnr, Kings CO., N. Y.
October 30, 3m.
(mJT i i i JL M Q
At pure vpv.pthlr extract-. They cure
all bilion- ili-orlra of rTi human yMem
Thy r'anlal, nd itiviaorate th-f Iivpr atiit
Witt.)S: thev a IV tone to thu t! gStive
nr;,. ; they re.nlate the seceiioi.. ex-rretioti-
and p xhrft.it ton, eq lalizc the rir
rn'a'ion, and pnrily the blood. T!ni, all
biiior.s romplints ninf ol whu-ft are
I'cipi.l Liver. Sit k Hendiichp, U) sii;)-ia,
Pile-, Chi!U si 1 1 f 1 Fever.-, Co-l'fer.e.s or
,rmeri(r'--ar(" entirely controlled awil
i-ored by theee renet'pa.
LIVER lit (ill L TOR
Rpmovpa it:p n-orl id xnl bi!ion tlepo-it
Irorn the etcmicti and t ruvcl, reitil.iip ihe
liver at.it k'ltnejh. reii oviti" ever obflrnc
iion, rstorfs a uuuta aod healthy action
in the viihI rnuiirs Ii is u sn;irior
Much better than Pdl, and mocti eaier lo
DARLING'S LIFE BITTERS
s a Mtppficir toi.ir ;iinl dinr'ir j exfel!rl in
-.a-e rf lc of app:ite, fln leru-. fern!.
A-pkiie' irre-ilar itie, pain im 1i -i le
ntfi Imwsls I'IiimI, prr'rtnliti2 and bl-'edina
,m!-, m:it siener-Hl ilphili'v
READ THE rOLLOlVlNf TESTIMONY :
Ja-. L. Crr.rf le. , niercl;t:.t, 1x4 F' ''o
"i'reet, New York, ri'e-, Ani-t 1, lffi0 :
T have been afflicted with pilea. aci nm
panied with bleeding, the last three years ;
I iii-e J
Ami now co:isiler myell ent-rel cnrel.:'
lion. Jonn A. Cross wriie, 'Brooblv,
March 15, 1860. In the fpnr.a ol 185!) 1
took a severe cold, which induced a violent
lever I took two dose ol
DAM.ING S LIVER REGULATOR.
Ii brnkp up my cidd ami lever at once .
Pievions to Ihis a lack, I had been troubled
with djppept-ia several month; I have lelt
nodiins of it since."
Oii- Smdiev, Eq , 128 East 28'h . Street,
N. Y., writet Au::tiM 13. 1860 I hnd
a difheulty with Kidney Complain" three
ears, with ronsiant pain in thp small cl my
t ark. I liad n-ed moi all kuitU ol ni.-.li-cines,
but foun'! no per.napent reiiel until I
" " DARLING S LIVER REGULATOR,
and I.ilc lUtlcr.
I pased do t d blond by the uret ra
I am now entirely cured, and Irfke plea-ure
in wommen.lni" these remedies"
Mr. C. Tebnw, 11 Cri-tophr Street, N
Y., wriiie: "Feb 20. i860. I have been
-object to attacks ol Asthma the lust twenty
years. I have never found anything equal
( DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR,
1 . a r m .a
tn atlorctns immetiiate reiiel. n is a tDor
oi;oh Liver aud bilion remedy."
Mrs Yonng, of Brcokl n, wri'es. "Feb.
2S,-I8fi0 In May laM I had a severe at
ta k ol Piles, which confined me to the
house. I look one bot'le n
Iar.iu Life Riltcrt
and was entirely cured. I have had no
D Weeiervelt, Eq., of Sooth Pth, near
8th Street, Williamsburg, L I., write-
Aii2,J 5, 18r0 Havmsr been lr'ub!ed
wnh dirliculiy in ihe Liver, and mbject to
bilious attacks, I wan advised by a trienJ
DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so. ami fnnnd it to operate admirably,
removing the bile ami arousiuz the liver to
activitv. I tiMe mUo n-d i h a
When onr children Bre out of soris, w
ive ihem a fetv itropt a)d it set them nil
naht. I fitiil if meets the general wants ol
ihe stomach and bowels when di-ord retl '"
Reader, if yoj need eiiher or b t'i of
the moH ejtceileni Remedies, inquire for
them at the stores if you !' noi find them
lake no oilier, bit t iicloe One Dollar in a
letter, and on receipt of the money, the
Remedy or ReTdie will be sent accord
ing to your directions, by mail or express,
post paid. Address,
DAN L 8. DARLISG,
102 Nastau St.. New York.
Put up in 50 cent and SI Bottles each
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES
A NECESSITY IN EVEUY HOUSEHOLD! )
JtHnS A (irOSLFV'S
AMEiutw ( i:mi:m glue
The StionyeM (ilne in the World.
Tie ('heapesi (jiip in the World
'Ihe Must Durable (ilne in the World.
Tne Only Reliable Glue in the Wotld.
The Bern Glue in the World.
AMERICAN C KM ENT CLUE
Is the the tdily mu le of ihe kind ever
Will ti n iisiwxd h ater.
I I U I LI MKNI) v 00 i),
Save tionr t ro'-.eti Form . ure.
IT WILL MEND LEA THER,
Mend )0u H rneM-,Sirap.. P.-im, L'tiois &c
IP WILL MEND GLASS, -Save
the pieces ol that expensive Cut Gla-s
IT WILL MEND IVORY,
Don't ihrnw awav t'lt broken ivery Fan. it
I- er-ny rpa ireti.
IT WILL MEND CHINA,
Your broken Cm ma Cups arm Sinren can
be made a t'O'id H l evy.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
Ti nt piece knocked "lit ol your Marble
Mantle cat be pnl on aw trrtti ;i ever
IT WILL MEND POBCELAIN,
No itiaiter it :hai b-ok it Pitcher did no
cost 0'ii a eliillino, a siullirig saved is
a i il 1 1 eaiiietl.
IT WILL M EN I) ALABASTER,
That com I j Alaaier Vae is broken and
you Cau'l matcfi it, menu u. it w jl nev
ft show when pnl lnether.
IT WILL MEND BONK. COMAL LAVA,
AND IN FACT EVERYTHING BUT
Anv ar-if- Cemented with AMERICAN
CEMENT GLUE t lil Hot rhw here
it i mended
5s3 a or a G3
"Ever, Hon rekeepei ( onl.i tie n sno
ply ol J ihn Cror-lej s Cemem Glue r
A'ttf Yak Ttnies.
"It is so ii.nvenient to have in the
hoiif-e." A'tu York Exoiets
1 It is altAfiy rP;Mt) idiK crmrTierds i"
o every boily.' Inilepenrfen'.
"We have iried it, mi.i find it a n-efnl
In out houe as water." Wilke' Sprit of the
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
1 SlOl) per year saved in every lamity by
One li'it'le .f
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 25 Cei.ru per B.nl..
Puce 25 Cents per H.xtl.
l'rifH 25 Cents per Bntde.
Prii-p 25 Cents pr H-itde.
Price 25 Cen'R p-r !o'tle.
Price Vo Cent r.r Jhi iI-.
Very Libernl Pfi.'wcli n to U'liole
T E R M S C A S H .
r" For Sale by all Dr'tuiM, and Store
keeppr .eneraHi throughout ip .M.,iry
joh.! tV ci:osi.i:y,
78 WILLIAM STRE-T,
Corner of Liberty etreei. NEW YORK.
I'liportaut IO II np Ow ners.
1 :npor'ant to Bmldr.
u,Ctnt to Rad Road Companies
lr porlant t' Inrii:pr.
To cllvrhitm this miy ennrfn and it concern?
ft fi V hn,ly
JOHNS A- I ROSLEY'S
1MI KOVED GIT I A I'Kli H .
122HrfiS3J: 12f5af tfs
Tl;e IJtierfiieel ai.l irio.i iluiaii'e ii'inlit
in ii p .
IT IS FMiE AND WATER PROOF.
It c:n be a, i, died l( N- v a I ! Old It - of
A1! k'nd-, s e'p or Hal. an ' ! i .-!e
Rrol ti i hoc' reniowii-j l!ie Sti ile.
TH K COS I IONLS A OUT OS E-T! 1 1 ' I)
Til VI OF TIN AND IT IS TWICE
Thia ar'ic!- t'a teen itntrouf'ly le-td in
New Y"'k City and all par-- of the tlniiM.t
S'a'es Cafiai'..!. Vel indies ati.i Centra:
and South America, on Hii.l.l ri- d h.
kind- n.eh a-Fac'O'iea Foiiinjris C'l.'ircfi-
J e R.ii Road Depr.i.. Car-, ami on Public
j Bn-I.tiii'' nerierali) , (J eriiin"ii! !ii il.l m-j.
i &C, t die principal Bn!der.. An hiiei'l
I and tt pr, iliiritij ihe p i I ir ar-. a",!
I t rove." to i .e CHEAPEST at. -.
1 MPS T l l'RAHI E i:n0F!N; ... t..e ; it i
j in everv r.'-in;M a tiire. v-r. weither
I I IMF. PROOF covrnti- for ROOKS OF
! ALL KINDS.
i 'Ik' is t e OSLY tnn'rrml Tiithvficiute! ii
i the U-ii'cl Males
id .!' li pro, ert of .f utility ,nni Dm-i
1'iti'y. ..!. irh are uiiterady ;i . k i'ow'e; 1
t., t p,...-swe.' bj GU I TA PEULIlA a t I
Ao I If at ia n quired in tanking appli
cnlion. The expense of apid in ii i trifliti. a wii
Ordinary K'tpf can b covered and fi i.
isheii ihe some i!:y.
IT CAN BE APPI.IKD BV" ANYONE,
und w h.'.t fw is'ie.t Ir iiTi a pnfcct.'y Fr.
Prool s"ifice w t't e'a c 'olv hici
cannot t e i- j' red Heat. Cd 1 or Storms.
M'rinku td Roof Bnaivlf, nor any exinn!
av,ti on w da pu r.
LIQUID CliTFA PERCIIA CEMENT.
i For (Jo.i inu Melais ol a I KitnU wtien ex
I poed to he ac"On of tt.P Wea'fier "d
j For Preserving and Ji- putting M-tul
Hoof a of nil Atii'li.
This is the only Componfo'i K-inwn
which will niccp--liiily reit evtre-oe
chanpex of cbnute-, tor anv I ti j i ? m tme
when applied to liie'.tls,to wh.cfi it adtiere
ftrmly, tormins a t odv pqid to ihre oa,
if or-lh.xit i a .it ' , co -is u o! le- id w
LAS T iHBEE TIMES AS LONtJ ; d
Irorn ns plaliciiy is i,ni injure I l ih i o..
iraciion ol TIN and o-her METAL lOOF
(.n-eqtient upon Midden chatiors of fir-tvpa'h-r.
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN
IN WARM WEA 1 HER AND WILL NOI
Leaky Tin and ether Mti'al Roofs ran tp
re.ddv repaired wiih GUTTA PEI.CHA
CEMENT, ard prevented from furiner cor-nr-ioti
atift leaking, thereby eMurm a per
lerily w aier tiyht 11 oi for man) par-.
Tiiis Cement is peculiarly adapted f-r lie
preerva ioti of Iron R.iiIims, Stores, Kan
ops, Sa'es, Acricnltural liiiplen.eiii-, Vc ,
aUo tor ceneial rr ti'ii'act'ir.-rs u-
G UTT.i P li R CU CIJMKX T
F'-r prseiv tiin a'.d ret'irmu Tin anj oilier
Metal Rooln or every description, Iron i .
ieat eU-tii-ity, i not injured by the con
traction and expansion ol Metal.-, atsi i!l
noi crack it cold or run in 'arm weather.
These -jiaierials are adapted io all ili
maes, and e are pre pared to supply tir
tiers Irorn any t art of tte ennntrv. a' short
i,n"ce, lor GUTTA PERCH A ROOFING i.
rr lls, readv prepared lor n-e. and (iUTTA
PERCH A CEMENT in barrel, wi.h lull
punted dirx-i nis lor applit' tioo.
IVe iT'll make lihei ol unit tiilt-f-'t'oiy arrange
nerd tri'i O'pow-ir'c pu f'C xcht vniuld nke to
ettiflh them.-elns ma Lucrative an. I Perma
OUR TERMS ARE CASH
We can s-ivm MMinda: t prool of all we
claim m lavor oi our improved R fino
Materials, have applied fiem to tev(ral
thonsand Roof in New Yk C":tr and vi
cts.ily. JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 JViliiavi St.,
Comerol Liberty Mretot. NEW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will
AND COM .MBit lO' NTT
AT MILLVILLE, PENNA.
In pbMant Additions 1 Improvement
AuinmnlFrm to unmer.oe Augol 17.
fl'HJS tnhtbution which ha been in arr
1 cetoiil 'operation for ihe pl len yearr ,
is about in derjiViiiio a very imf oriani te?
ovation, in order to plue i' cm a more ata
tli b.isi iha: ever, ami present lacii(iieu
which ar noi utirptiss-:! ti ordinary Acad
emics in Norihein I'erinsyJ van a. Am. ny
Ihe improvemeots Will be a brae three,
.tnrie.l buihlmu wbibn will jijvp much ad
ditional room and ateaier co iveniencpn lor
boarders ; a com rt.ott iou bad t't a lecture
room and pnblnr xerClses. cniiff michi c'aa
room, a hbrary and f'adititt room coinatn
ino a cabitiei o minerals and emiositie,
bath room, An experienrf ed find
iliorritvjhly qualified classical pat'h-r und
lei-iurer wdi be ai ihe head ol the ii.iard of
liisirtu tion, but the Principal ill nave the
oenpr-al superinieiiilet.ee of the in.tiln'ioii
an I assume a share ol the dtiiies of leach
ii.2. Regular leciiijps will be delivered
upon variou" sci"nifie subjects, aR weii as
lljton the theor and prat lice ol leachiOi!.
and a N:rnial Clans of younji men arid
women whti wi-h i qualdy ifien.3-.lves ior
teachers' profession, will receive especial
attention and a-sist aiice.
The course cd liistriic'ion in the school
will bp thortinoh and f) r-len atic, calculate I
('embrace ihe various branches ol a prac
tical education. Am.ile provision will be
made for the tiud ol tie higher Ms:he
roatics tne elur ida'ifm ol Pny-ics, and the
Natural Sciences, by mean ol -uitatde ap
paratus, ai d lor the R-udy ol toe I t
Greek, and (lerinat) Iat.2'1 ae, to pritiblt
hli dents o qn-ablv ihiiielves for comrrier
cial nn I scientific purMiit. or io etder at.y
cla- at college.
'J"he cO(i'i'i I'icatiori of thi"i Seminary in
a pl-sdii vipaoe.in a t palihy and fl ;)rtsh
i..o i-piht'ortioo 1, well knOAn for Itie eie
vaie. I tone ol i' mora! eeunmeni, ami
wheie 'he pupiN are t o! u rrou.iiled by
ihose denintttbx'lii: Hiflller!C-, and lertlp
tati'.os loutiil in our ci !. largpr (owns and
many other localities, w ith no outside in
fluences to divert their anemon Irorn liter
ature and ihe work of mental cnliti'e, pf"
svn!s attractions ami inducements to con
.ideTa'e pare.t enuiloii). f-lnilents. fpldom
tour.t! furrotiDiliii laro. Rctiuols and acad
emies. The I i prry S"ci-iy a!-o, orp of the old- I
est ami test conducted m t'ds sertion ol I
i O'in rj.. presents at) a traCMvp leaurt hi;iI
urtnl iiiixil'arv, n a raciical e Int-ation.
Th ii"provetr:eni will fe under Ihe
immediate charapnl an pfh'-ieut Bard ,t
Truclee,, api. 'in'ed by lite Seminary Com
pali Mini ill le i Oin,deled in lime for
he Amnion trm, lo coin rr.t-nt-e the I2'h
of Ano'tS! lieXL
Yhde thankful for pa-l p.rronaL'e w-p
wi?i to nieri' a rnii'milance of sirnila'la
ro's. arul as we intern) in include a ihe
o.ade stud wider ranoe of ins. met ion, 4 e
re-jec'ltdly solicit a careful examination
into our larilr-tes a"d clain.
Boarding, warnnj, ii.ii.on, ?i2 'tt ' ar.tl
incideiPal expen-e-, fnr one quarter of
eHen week", will be ThTy D'd jr, oiip
halt p;ial. 'e i" a I vunce t!e o!h-r half
and all t ii it 'on bills w ill he expected prompt
ti a t ie expira'iou ol each quarter.
li .ariticy;, w i h furnished room, on
Tuuinn in common Enjlish branhce8 5,()0
. .i t
ic. l ii,'ir.2 M j'Se'Tiatics a-i-l Book-
Keepir: t' D nlM-. Entry GC0
Tui'io.i iii La'in, Greek, and German
Fexlral I Oft
Wahui.. Ijht and incideuial ex
p-'ii-e-, ( t.tf q-:ar er, 3,00
Thop w ho des'r- to ptocure schoIThip-
'r a'le. .1 f the tfar, W'll be accon roda
'ed at a reasonable iIlcmiim, aud sttideni
vi i ti t n -j :o -r-iir room should rnke rea
-o: at'le a p;l rp" o i .
For lurtf'Pr par. pr'ara a f tre
W.!. BfRiiESS, I'rir-'-ioal
Groins M-tpps, J K Evvs. )
Dr A. P Hh.i.ir Ft i t Eves, Truiee
IU jon K. Ev.-, )
Mdlv.ii-. j M :u isp,.
si. I.Ol 2 s iiO i e:s
Mi I'i I I S T RLE y. A fi' ? V E i II I R I
IN he ni.ii e.tiav t r ioM nrfuiml ol li'.e Jo'--f
mi- IlnwfOM Market Thiol antl Ch-st-
. i i S tee s me B- 'v,, l,i-r 0:fi , Mjr-
liii. Kvct.ai'L'-. ft'"..
uotttn Pi tt i)ivs.iro,
Aecomti; in! a' ior; W'lin r'Mpil'pil oil I'.P EU
ROPEAN PLAN; R.on.s from 50 cei.
oi.il ii.WariU. per d..,a'.. meals a' a FU-T
Class l!ttt'ms r Trcntt) io thf Horn.
Price a.-cnr H..J to ltr l:l- ol FaT.
I lie ii y it r t-.k" I ii 2 -' - from ony
Million I oi (;ii-e lit III.- lint. I.
lir En'ish, Fiencfi, German and Spanish
Jui 17 l -r, i
KHy M1LL1NEUY GOODS.
'J 11 E uin'er-o ncd wonll mo.t re-peci-'"bj
announce, to Hie ccizens ol Blo -tn--
ti t-r and vicn l!V, ttiiit sh has jn ft-ceiV
e. t r - -1 i' e -a.'i--n ciiip- er f-l: and
NIMEU 31ILLI.ERV G30-iS,
all of ttlili't; S'-e i prepared lo iltake r-j
up and sell a- a very i e t son al'ley I y tjf
flJUIP. lie' il-nf II. Pit! of jjoo's ate
i i tie superior m point nf .lnr.it i.'ny a well
i.i-'luli.e-s, if i iv otfred ty her m iln
l. o:t hereiolo'e. S;ie ic'viirn- thanks for
ie lberl patronaog she tia teceivptl. and
repecllllly Stdicil- a r.Oinuai i-- of l!.e
ame. MARY BAHKLEY
L'i.ofrtbr2,Oc.i 9. IS) I .
For Fall and Winter,
JUST RIXEIVEP FRF.H
AND FOR SALE A T
L T. SHARPIES'
CHEAP CH STOiiE.
tireal iiiili.rfitieiiN to cah Cu-tCmers.
Hl,,...ti'.nr . (h i ir, K-fii
C E L K B !l A TE 1 ASH L A N D
A SUPERIOR i CATION F0U QUILTING.
&c: Ior sale chep at the Cheap Cash More
I.. T. SIURPLKSS.
c5'oor r Ofol'r J?H I s K I
" E." II. UTI LE.
Olfioe III onit Aliey ; iormrly occupied bv
. Chatle- 11. B ickalew.
$25. E3i ploy m:T i $7J
AGENTS WANTED !
We will pay from t?5 10 S75 per month,
and al! PX:er?e, to activp Aent, or Jivp
a Commission. Part'cnlar spot frpp. Ail-
lrps EhtK Sewing Machinc Cowpant, K
-AJ?t&r-..n,....,..,. ... - h...mui.i.ii.iIii .
LIFE TILLS k PilOEMX BITTERS..
tpHESE MEDICINES have now been t-
f..re the bltc lor a period of Ihirty
Years, and durinfl thai time have maimaiitecJ
a high chatacier in ulttiost every pari of the
Globe, foi ihpir extraordinary and imme
diate power ol" rer-toring perfpet hahh trJ
pprsons niffprinii under nearly every kind
of .ti-ease to hich the human frame is
Tha followina ate Bmon: ihe diaireasinj
variety of human ilispHef in w hich ihe
vi ai:i.j. Lire mi un litcs
Ate well krio-vu to be fallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thorouuhly cleansii'JJ
ihe firs! and second siomaohes, nl cra
nt.g flow of pi 're, liealidv bi, instead ot"
thjstalw and acri'l kitufi 'Hatuli'e., Fsa
tl Appe'i'P Ileaf.l urn, Headai be, R-sMean-ne.
Ill-Ten per Anxiety. Ladtiior, and
Me lai.c-holyj which are the yenelal a) fli,
toms ot Dvspppsia, v id vanish, a a tial
tural cm senu-tice of i s cure.
COSTIYE.NESS. b ileafstns he r l M
length ofthe it testit.e wiih a so'vpo'. p ro
CP'S, and w 1 1 ii ot i v iolenc: all Violent pur
es lave the bowela vosti.a tailbiii two
FEVERS of all 'kinds, bj reVorinj tf.j
blood in a regular circulation, thronch ihe
process of respiralirb in frch casea, and
tne thorough scIdi'iuu of all tnleHUial ub
slriCtion in others.
Thp Life Medicines hav been known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently ir. three
wpeks. and (iOU V in hall that time. tj
removing local ir. flam at on Ifom Ihe mus
cle and lij-arripina of ihe Joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeinzand
slreiinthifii! ;fe kidneys and bladder; they
op-rate most !eliihifiilly on these impor
tar.t pfatis. i d hence have ever beuu
lomol a certain remedy for the worst case
Al-o WORMS, by dislodging from the
'tirn ngs of the bowels the slimy mailer to
which d.psp ira'nr- adherp.
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERTEA
SORES, bv ihe perfect pit t it v wnich tespfi
LIFE MEDICINES g:ve tb the blood, and
a!! the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and PAD
COMPLEXIONS, bv their altprati vp eflaet
upon tfie lliiidn iliai feed the kio, and th
motbi'l s'ate ol which occasions all emp-
i p complaints, sallow, cloudy ahd other
Tfie use ol ihpse PiIU for a rerv shft
j time will eflect an entire cure of SALT
RHEUM, and a sirikii!r. improvement in
h- c l. rnes of the skin Common Cold
ami 1!.(1i.m 7a will alWa s be cured by one
dos-, or bv i wo ii. the w orst ca-es.
I'l LES -Thp original rnprietor of he
Medicinpa. wa cored of Piles, 35 year
s aii.'.ius; t )' tf'e use of the Life Medicine
I- EVER AND AGUE. For this sfonr?
of in e W esiem country, ihpse Medicines
will be lonud a sa'e, sppedy and reitaii
remeily. Other melieincs leave the eys
tem snl j-ci to a return of the disease a
'l"H bv 'heae Medicine is permanenl-
TRY THEM, t e Satisfied atd b- Cored
PI L1DUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS General Debi'ity. Loss of up.
peii.e, and Hi-eases of Females ihe Med.
temps have been nsej w iU ihe most ben
eficial rprnlis ,,, cm-en of this description;
K'tii-s Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst form-
ield to tf.p mil I vet powerfhl action of
;fie-p remaikable .AlPdicii.es. Nisht Sweat
i--e rcii--ai kaoie .1 i en ICI i,p F. i 12 fl t W Pa l
i-rvou- dpbdity, Nervous Complaints of
I! t i-i.i-,. Paf. i a ion of ihe Heart, Pain
rs' Col-c. 5rp srippdiU cirpd.
MERCURIAL DISEASES.-Persons whose
cou-tKuiioii. have become impaired by the
:i j-i ln ioij-iise ol Meit-iiM, wi! find these
Medi-iie rprfo.-r corp. as ihpy eer
fiMo eradicate from ifip Fslpm,all ihe
erRciso! Mp l iny. tnfin tly itnoner than
the ,i,o-i powerful preparation cf Sarsapa
rilla. Prepared and sold bv
W. B MOFFAT,
335 Bmdwav. New York.
FOo SALE Br' ALL DRUGGISTS.
Aoril 17 l6l-lv.
YVI IOL i;,
iimii. i.it()i.ii, t'tt .ii'tc 1 1. 1 'n.
'.VYOMINfJ LUZERNE 0U.TV, PENN.
fgHE Pro, r'tor respprt'irly inform hi
al friemtsand tfie publ r jet'eral) v t ! i v t he
as taken rliar;a of ihe Wynntin r lnse, in
'fie vi;l.,op o Womir.r. f. Par the Railroad
Depot 1. 1 that placpj and f as fitted i out so
as to entertain, both transient and perma
nent vis t-,r in a suitatde ar.d comfr.rnbl
ifa.mer. Ht rooms are spcnu aid airy
... d no- r.nly ealculaiedio add in the ennve
i-nce and i omiori ol ihe 'riv piin ornmu
. oy, bu' al-o io ihop who would eec a
,eMat,t MitMttrr rpsoti With laoiiiie.
HIS TABLE wi'l t e ippfipd with the best
hp market c an aflor I ; and his Fft WljJ be
r i-tte. with tt.e porps- liquor thai can
be ob aii ed The pmpnetor will ;ive hia
-vclnsive a tentioti to ihe comfort and con
veii-e icp ol his Liieta. and is determined
t.. make the WYOMING HOUSE rank
mote the fir-' hotels in the St lie.
T; e Pr.i rteior hopes that from hi expe
rieitce in ihe business, and by unrpmnt rg
al?etitio-i on hi pan. combined with jij.i,.
cious selection nl the moM careful and oblij-
ii sprvams, he may be entitled to tfie fa
vnrable cOnsiilera'iori of ihe uhbc, and re-
cpive a iiDeral share of their patronage.
Please give h.ni a call, and ju le for
April 2. 1859.
WATCH MAKER SHOP.
'THK tit.tler-inpd wouhl tespect-OL
fully inform the Public, thai he -V?jk
on'.n.ie to pay particular attentio,,""f?
his n.isme-s line, p-pppially to all kind of
a:ches. cfirotior.evrs?c;ocks. j-a-elrv &
&-. J-welrv, ch.cks a -,J watches, :,'waya
o hand, and for sale, guaran tepd. He t
. t dear as f.one r-av. iii.Ipss it i an ex
pensive job, and then all are , ,r. Cnm
and judo for yonrs-if. He k-ep a oood
.election i.fspertaVSe., al-o .pec! .cle
e- withent damps , fit any li.me and
o sui. ai y as-e. Anv ihinu, that can be
done m this ,.. v.: t'-e cv can !,.o be
lone in sortie of ir.pi.no;. of Bloom-bnrj
and fre.j,!)- be-terand Jowe We ltav
'h -..an.M iiievr.- ir.ore iscmtH shop and
" a more moderstt rpnt than thop in th
ci'.ie. Lmiif aid convint-c our-e!f. Par
tcular at'etition paid to waiche, spring
docks, lever c'ock- or ct roi;oin Piers, also
in ail kinds of etdi-r lock or wa'chea
B!onmsbnr2, Nov. 2Q. 1 86 .
4rv Arrival r
FALL AXD HIMUR GOODS,
T NVM ES at entioii int. :s Mock of cheap
aud fashionable rlotfiin at liis store on
Mam S rppt, two d.iors atove :he 'Amer
ioan Honp,' wltprp be tM a futl aort
ti'S.it nl rm n ami toy V wearing; apparel,
including ihe mo-t fa'flioriab'e
i i: i: s .s u o o i) s.
Box, Sack. Frork, Gum. and Od Cloth Coat
of ad m m and sip, Patitn cl all colon
-1 t . - i c . . -
M'awi-, sini.pB anil n:rp vpss( anirt". tra
Vats, nm I;-, Co !rs, handKprchtel, glo
.siinnni'pr anil lai.cy ar n-j.
N B He will uio makp to order an? ar-
licle Of no hjti" at very shori roi.ee and i
tlia Vel of n.i.naf S't I !..,! '.
- - .. ... liffB BT I. If I 1 - ft a B
niaup io wpar, ana mo-f ot it i ol ho
I-t S US. )
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