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TJiZsCQS. & GliZR i'rice with Ihmmer and feller, " 085 CO. THIS MACIilNIFtr.S POINTS OF SUPE RIORITY PfcCULlARY ITS ..own. SlilcMitg, Hemming, and Fil ing with a Single Thread. It forms a neat, ever., nnd elastic seam, which w warranted onlio rip in wear, even if the seam t col at l.reqne ni interval, and aUo undet all circumstances "to survive ihe Wash-tub" ) . A Patented device of great ' utility to learners, prevent (he possibility of the ma rhine being ran :i ine wrong direction, or the balance wheel wearing a lady's tires?. Another feature which deserves particu lar attention i CiTHE WILCOX PATENT NEEDLE CANNOT BESET WRONG. Two thousai.d Sdiches, ontvro yards of " work, can be done in one minute without d'opplng a Fti:ch. ' These Maehiae?, so simple and accmate In iheir ccr; rjetion, supersede the use of the shuttle ; nd wiih one thread produce all t!ie practical results of the two thread machine; end more, for these fell without tasting, and hem the finest roueliu without puckering. Although at about half the price of the o'her first class machines, they will accom plish double the sewing hi a given lime. "It is empnaiio ally the pood, low priced Family ,Sswin Machine thai the public havi long been waiting for." Boston Tran script, t "J; is indeed a wonderfol, production, and and for family use especially, no oiher will tear any comparison wi'h it." Pailadel phia Evening Journal." A mechanical wouder."- Scientific Amer reran. "Among lit best and most serviceable Sewing machines. Light and elegantly tiuijihed, Bnd bo simple in its construction tiat it seems almost impossible for it to get ir Jr Piiisburii Chionicle. "lias combined with its own peculiar merits all the really valuable improvements of the higher priced machines.'7 Pennsj U vnian. , - . . . Tbi3 machine, in the opintor. ot the committee, fills more nearly the require ments of a perfect family machine thau any rn exhibition." Franklin Institute Exhibi tion Report ot 1853. ... "Takin" in'o consideration simplicity, cheapness durability, and doing all work, the committee were unanimous in favor ol t ie Wilcox &Gibbs as a single threrd ma rhine." Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society's Import". "We must, in Justice, express oor confi dence in the merit! of the Wilt-ox & Gibbs Sewin Jlac?iT.e We consider that a great desideratum has been supplieJ oy n, in proving, beyond coubt, that two threads are not, aswas supposed, necessary to a eood instrument.'-' Christian Advocate and Jour nal, June 21, .160. "We have one of these machine in use, ar,d think m ire highly of it than of any ot the number we have tried." Richmond Whig. The unJeri2Ped, Missionary toConstar tinop!, has examined more than twenty different kind ol Sewing Machines, and after some b'ix ' weeks' experience with Wilcox & Gibbs' Patent, he has purcnaseu one of -.hem as the best adapted to the . f r,i familr. am! a ihe least liable : re,air. " C LIVER CRANE.;-; B'!tr.:,'J.it 3, 1SC0. I Tne nnderstened.aring eighteen months ha ba;! in ulnicj' consiant oss, in his fam- j c Wilms & Gibb Sewing Machine, upon which ha been made the clothes cf his large family fiom muslin to pilot cloth inch-din:: the clothing required lor his sev eral boys; and in no case have the seams failed, although m hard service. -Thema chine now in use in his family has required no repair, and is in all respects, well ap. poiutej, efiicienr and durable. F JACOB CHI CKERING. Boston. CfSend lor a Circular.. Jlt:s WIM'OX, ainulJciarer. No. 508 Broadway, New X oik, Opposite St. Nieholas HoteL August 28, 1861. ly. "WVOTlI HOUSE, PANII L LAYcOClC, PROl'RIBTOR," WYOMING. LUZERNE COUNTY, PENN. fTJlHE Proprietor respect'nlly informs his ii friends and the public "erreraliv that he has taken charge of the Wyoming House, in Ihe village of ''Wyoming, near the Railroad Depot of that place, and has fitted it out so a to entenain both transient and perma nent visitors in a suitable and comfortable maimer. His rooms are tpacious and airj, and not only calculated to add to the conve nience and comfort ot the travelingcommu i.ity, bm alo to those who would seek a pleasant snmmer resort with families, ins TA RLE will be supplied with the best ik ,,toi ran afford : and his BaR will be,, furriihed with the purest l.quors that can be obtained. The proprietor will give his exelusive a'temion to the comfort and con ven'te;ice ot hi inets. and in determined to make the WYOMING HOUSE rank a moii" the first hotels in the Sute. Tt7e Proirieor hopes that from hi expe rience in ihe business, and by unremitting mention on his part, combined with a jarti cioos selection ol the most careful and oblig ing servants, he may be entitled to the fa vorable consideration ol the public, and re ceive a liberal share of their patronage. Please give him a can, ana juuc nri-elv'"- April2, 1859. ni B K00XS Proprietor. rpHIS rragnificent Hotel, eiinate in Ihe X central portion-of the town, and op posite the Court House, hi? been thoroughly repaired and refurnished, and the Proprietor i now prepared to accommodate travelers, teamsters, drovers and boarders in the most pleasant and agreeable manner. His table will be supplied wiih the best the market Bffmds,and his Br with the choicest liquors Attentive ostlers will always be on band, aud his siablm- is the most extensive in this section of country. Omnibuses will always be in readiness to convey passen gers to and from the Railr J?e' b WM. B. kOONs. B!oomsborg, July 4. I860. DAVID L0WE3BERG, CLOTHING STOR E, O M-iin HtTeet.twodoorsabovethe'Amer . icaa Hotel. E. II. LITTLE. O.Tt t'onrl A Hey ; formerly occupied by IU Chii'es K. uuckalew. Ler 23, lS59.-tf. ' HENRY ROSENSTOCK, fUy L Hi tt-ii intra Mory 01 tne Block, (xntrartce above the loomsburj, Columbia cocn- B ck i ty. Pa. nre;; irg, Nov. 23, 1559-ly. nniAn t. no". SURGEON DENTIST, near WiUon'a Cania uop,Main St . . ' TO ma PEOPLE ; OF Tim ZJmTJuD VPATESi IN ihe mo'Hli of December, 185S, ihe no dtrigned far the first time offered for sale to the public Dr. J.BOVEE DO DS' IMPE RIAL WINE BITTERS, and in this short period they have given such universal sa' sfaction to the many thousands of persons who have tried them that it is now an es tablished articla. The amonnt of bodily and mental mier ariing pimyly from a neplect ol small complaints is surprising, and it is therefore ol the utmost importance iiir a stnn attention toihe least and most haiflina bodily ailmenl should be had; for diseases ol the body mus invariably affuct the mind. The subscribers now only ask,a trial of DR. J. BOVEE DODS' Imperial Wine Bitters 1! 1 front sll who have not used them. We chal lenge the world to prpttuce their eqnal. These Bitters for the core of Weak Stom achs. General Debility, end for Purifying and Entichingthe Blood, are absolutely un surpassed by any other remedy on earth. To be assured of this, it is only necessary to make the trial. The "Wine itself is ol a very superior quality, being about one th'rd sironger than other wines; warming and invigo'Biing the whole system from the head to the feet. As these Bitters are tonic and allernaiive in their character, so they irengthen and inv-isiorate the whole sys tem and give a fineione and healthy anion to all its parts.by equblizirg the circulation removing obstructions, and producing a general warmth. They are also excellent for Dieae8 8nd Weakness peculiar to FE MALES, where 'a Tonic ia required to ttrengtheh and brace-the system. No Lady, who is subject to lassitude and faintness, should be without them as they are revivi fying in their action, THESE B17TSR Will not only Cure, but Prevent Disease and in thi respect are doubly valuable to the person who may use them. For INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION. Weak Lungs, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Dis eases ot the Nervous System, Paralysis, Piles, and for sll cases requiring a Tonic Dr. Dods' felfbr.Jfd Wine Bitters For Sore Throat, so common among the Clergy, they are truly valuable. For the aged and Infirm, and for persons of a weak constitution, for Ministers of the Gospel, Lawyers, and all public speak ers for Book Keepers, Tailors, Seamstress es, Students, Ariis's, and all persons lead ing a sedentary life, ihey will prove truly beneficial. As a Beverage, they are wholesome, in nocenl, and delicious to the iate. They produce all the exhilarating effects of Bran dy or Wine, wiihout intoxicating; and are a valu&ble remedy for persons addicted to the use of excessive strona driuk, and who wish to refrain from -it. They are pure and entirely free fiom the poi.ons contained in in the adulterated WTines and Liquors with which the country is flooded. These Bilers Lot only CURE, but PRE VENT Disease, and snould be used by all 'who live in a country where the water ts bad, or where Chills and Fevers are prev alent. Being entirely innocent and harm less, ihey may be given treely to Children and Ir.fanl with impunity. Physicians, Clergymen, and temperance advocates, as an act of humanity, sriooiu assist in spreading these valuable BIT TERS over the land, and thereby essentail ly aid ia banishing Drunkenness - and Dis ease. In all Affections of the head, iick Headache or Nervous Headache. Dr. DodV Imperial Wine Bitters will be found 10 be most Salutary and Efficacious. The many certificates which have been tendered us, and the lebers which we are daily receiving, are conclusive prool that among ihe women those Bitters havo giv en a patisfaciion which noDthers have ever done before. No woman in ihe laud ehould be without them, and those who once use them will not fail to keep a supply. Dli.J. BOVEE DODS1 IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS Are nreoared bv an eminent and skillful physician who has used them eoccestful ir his practice for the last twenty -five years The proprietor, before purchasing the ex clusive right to manufacture and sell Dr. J. Hovftft Dods' Ce ebrated Imperial Wifte Bittershad them tested by two distinguish ed medical practioneers, pronounced them a valuable remedy for disease. Allbongh the medical men of the country as a general thing disapprove ot Paiem Medicines, yet we do not believe that a re spectable Physician can be found in the United States, acquainied with their medi cal properties who will nol highly approve DR. J. BOVEE DODS' IMPERIAL WINK BJTTERS. In all newly settled places, where there is always a large quantity of decaying tim ber from which a poisonous miasma is created, those bitters should be used every morning before brekfast. DR. J. tOVEE DODS' IMPERIAL WISE BITTERS Are composed of a pure and nndulterated Wine, combined with Barberry, SolomonV Seal. Confrey, Wild Cherry Tree Bark, Spikenard, Chamomile Flowers, and Gen tian. They are manufactured by Dr. Dods himsell. who is an experienced and "suc cessful Physician, and hence should not be cla-ed among the quack nostrums which flood the country, and against which the Medical Profession are so justly prejudiced. These truly valuahle Bitters .have been so thoroughly tested by all classes of ihe community lor almosi every variety of di. ease incident to ihe human system, that they are now deemed indispensable as a TONIC, MEDICINE AND A BEVERAGE. Purchase One Boltle ! It Costs but Lit le ! Purify the Blood ! Give Tone to ihe Stomach ! Renovate the System ! and Protons Life ! PRICS Si PER BOTTLE, 6 BOTTLES- $5: Prepared and sold By CHARLEb WIDDIFIELD & CO., SOLE PROPRIETORS, 78 William Street, New York, t For sale by Druggists and grocers generally throughout the country. Angus! 28, 1861 ly. m-Tn-vT nrtirrDS mnif T7HE- undersigned respectfully inform their friends and the public generally, that they have entered into co-partnership, under the name, style an firm ot MJLLER & EYES in the lercantilc Business in the "Old Arcade," in Bioomeburg, C Inmbia county, where they intend carrying on the business of GENERAL-MERCHAN DIZING, in all its diversified branches and departments, and to which ihey invite an extension of the public patronaiie. S. H. MILLER. , FUED'K EVER, BloOrotburg, May 15, I8S I if. E3IPLOY3IE.NT ! $75 AGENTS W AM ED! We will pay from S25 to S75 per month, and ail expenses, to active Agents, or give a commission. Particulars sent free. Ad dress Eris Sewisq Machike Cosjpast, R JAMES, General Agen?, Mi!aa;Oaio. Biooiiiiturg, Aug. 21, 1361. PHILADELPHIA A5I) JIEIDISG WINTER A R RANG EM ENT, Hkcember 5th 1859. Four Daily Passenger Trains lo 'Ph'dadelpkici. (From and passing Reading) At 6.20 a. nr., 10 20 a m., 12 noon, (Freiaht and Passenger,) and 5.06 p. m. "Two daily trains to Pottsville and Port Clinton, at 10.15 a. m., and 6.05 p. in. Connecting at Port Clinton wiih trains for Tamaqua, Wiltiamsport, Elmira, Buffalo, Niasara Falls, and the' Canadas. The 10. a. m: up train.only connects at Port Clinton with trains for Wilkesbarre, Scrariton and Pittston. Passengers leaving VJilliamsport by the Cattawissa Railroad night line, at 10.15 p. m., connect with 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 (he '6.20 a. m. Read ing Accommodation Train. On Sund iys Ihe 10.15 a. m. Down, and the 6.05 p. m Up Trains only run. . LKB ANON. VALLEY BRANCH. Tteo Trains Daily, (Sunday Excepted) to and from Ilarrhhurg. At 10 23 a. in. an'd 6 08 p. m. Leavins Harrisbnrg at 8 00 a. tn. and 2.35 p. rn Connecting with trains on the Northern Central, Pennsylvania, and Cumberland Val ley Railroads, for Sunbury, Williamsport, Pittsburgh, Lancaster, Baltimore, Cham bersbnr', &c. Through Tickets Reading to Baltimore, f4 00 ; to Lancaster, 22 25; to Gettysburg, 53 50. 80 pounds of baggage allowed to each passenger. The second class cars run with all the above trains. - Through fitl class tickets, at reduced rates to Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, and all the principal points in the West, North West, and the Canadas; and Emigronl Tickets at lower fares to ull above places, can be had on application to the station agent at Reading. All tickets will be purchased before the trains start. Higher fares charsed if paid in earn. G. A. NICOLLS, Engineer and General Superintendent. February 52, 1860. IjIQTIO.IIS I i Wholesale aiicl SSetail. THE subscriber would announce loth citizens ol IMoomsburg and vicinity that he is selling LIQUOUS in largo ant small quantities and at different prices, a. his New Store, on Main street, fv-, Iron sreet, BloomsburgT" His stock of Foreign and Domestic consis's of Coinac and Rochelle. Blackber ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. Hit has a large assortment of Old Rye. gray with age, fine Old Boorbor, Old Folks Whiskey, and any quar.tity-cJ common. He also has PURE HOLLAND GIN, Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Cherry and Can pagne Wines; and last but not leat, a quanti'y ol gc-0:i double extr? ltliUW.M STOUT; all of which he will sell at lie lowest cash prices. The public are respect fully solicited to ive his liquor a trial. D. W. ROBBINS, Agt. Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861. S ,nnfc tf ttnill M nffl'PGta ' I -w i FRESH ARRIVAL OF SPRING AND SOIMEE GOODS, MILLER &c EYER'S. rIHE subscribers have just returned fmm - the City with another large and selct assortment cf Spring and Summer Good s purchased at Philadelphia, at the lowsst fine, and which ihy are determined jlo sell on as moderate terms as can be pro cured elsewhere in Bloomburg. TIeir slock comprises Ladst' Dress Good, of the choicest styles and Utei lahions. D R Y4 G O O D S, Hardware, Qaeensware, Cedarwa'e, -Jol- lowware, Iron, Nails, Boots & Shoes, Ua's ar.d Caps, &c, See. In short, everyt nug nkiiull i- k eiii in ennntrv s'nrflu; to w nich iev . invites ihe public generally. Tne h.gheM " j - . . , - - j price paid for country prod-ice. Bloomsburg, May 15, 1861. Lack'a and Bloomsburg Railroad. $3L ON AND AFTER NOV. 25, 1361, PAS SENGER TRAINS WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS- MOVING SOUTH. Freit ht & Pasteneer. Vs n ger. Leave Scranton, Kingston, " Rupert, u Danville, Arrive at North'd 5.25 A. M. 10.30 M. M. 6 30 Arrive 12,15 8,40 9,15 10,0D MOVING WORTH. Leave North'd. 4.30 P. M. ' Danville, " Rupert, " Kinaslon, 5.10 5.45 &00 Leave 1.45 P.M. 9 00 P. M. 3 40 Arrive at Scranton, A Passenger Train aiso leaves Kirgslon at 8.30 A- M. for Scranton, to connect with tram fof-New York. Returning leaves Scranton on arrival of Train from New York at 4.15 P. M. The Lackawanna" and B'oomburr Rail road connects with the Delaware, Lacka wanna arid Western Railroad l Scranton, for New York and intermediate point east. A' Ruperi it connecls with ihe Catuwisca Rtfilroad for poinls boih east and west. At Northumberland il connect- w th the Philadelphia and Erie R. R. and Northern Central R. R. for points west and soi th. JOHN P. ILSLEY, iup't. J. C. Wells, Gel Ticket Ag't. Nofember 27, 1861. " NATIONAL HOTEL, (Late White Swan) Race Street, above 3d Philadelphia. T. V. ROAD ES, Proprietor. Terms, 81.25 per day. TO the old customers of this well known House, I desire lo say, that I have renovated, improved and newly famished ihe sadne, and that I respeclfally solicit a continuance ol their patronage. ; Srangers, travelers and Tisftors.I cor dially invite to the hospitality - of it e "Na tionaP'to come and see and jnJge lor themselves of its advantages and merits. The location is cenlral, and corvenienl for Merchants and busioess men gmerally. We will always endeavor to study the wants and comforts of our guests, and with ; our long experience coupled with oor at tentive and obliging assistants, fe feel prepared to keep a good Hotel, aid hope to give general satisfaction. " . T.T. KOJDES. Philad., Jan', let, 1862. H , RAYMOND'S FAMILY j jSEWINQ MACHINE! ! PATENTED MARCH 9, 1858. I TRICK SIO HATH. 1ESSRS. ZUPP1NGER & ROBBINS, of Bloomsburg, having purchased ihe ex-1 elusive right ol the above valuable Impro ved Cheaf Patent Sewing Machine, for he County of Columbia, will be happy to npply their friends with the article for the iccommodation of themselves and families. The followi ng are some of the superior jdvamages tbis implement possesses, viz: 1. It sews from 400 to 600 tight stitches per minute. 2. Double thread .Machines are from the more complicated character of their mech anism invariably managed and -threaded w ith more or less difficulty ; not so with RAYMOND'S, a child can manage it ir. two hours, and it is threaded easier than a com mon -needle. 3. One of the most valuable features of this Machine, is the smalluesa and the compactness of its mechanism. 4. It can be attached to a board, table or stand, in operating order, and removed in lees than half a minute. 5. It greatly economizes the thread, and yet produces a seam, sufficiently strong for any work lor which it is intended, a qual ification not known to all kinds of Sewing Machines. 6. No human hand '19 capable of produ cing a seam so regular and systematic. .The seam is so strong if well done, vhat Via strongest material will tear before the seam will give way. 7. Among the array of Patent Sewing Machines, there are none so cheap and durable as Raymond's Patent, but no Ma chine is adapted to all kinds of work as expe'ieuce lias proven. There are perhaps none so renly useful, doing such a variety of wore for the immediate use of the fam ily circle, and at such a moderate price as RAYMOND'S PATENT. 8. The operator can shape his seam jnst as he pleases, wavfs, leaves and Bowers, etc., can be represen(ed,,or imitated. 9. It is particularly adapteu to all kinds of siilchirg such as gentlemen's ehirte, bosoms, ristbands, collars, etc., and all kinds of ladies' sewing, including silks, lawns, delaines, calicoes, dusters, etc., ex cepting for rnen'sheavy wear, this Machine is rather taoliht oi construction. 10. But we all admit, that the advantage 10 health, and principally to lh vision or eyesight, indneed by the use ol Sewinu Machines, surpasoes infinitely all oiher ad varita2'"s. 11. This Machine fastens the seam al ways iiself, bui if the operator wishes it untastfiied or open, there is a way lor it too, thus y ou can have it fastened or not, as you please, which is, some'ime.?, espe cially tur beginners, a very favorable cir cumstance. If the seam is left unfastene d you can draw il out in three second and ave the thread. For sale "by the undersigned, at their re spective residences, in Bloomsburg, who will pni the Machine in operation and give all uecessary instruction. HENRY Z PPINGER. DANIEL W. ROBBINS. Bloomsburg, July 11, I860. LIFE TILLS & PHOENIX UlTTEUS. tJiHESE MEDICINES have now been be-- fore the public for a period of Thirty Years, and during that time have maintained a high chaiacter in almost every part of the Globe, foi I te i r extraordinary and imme- rliota M.iicar ni resloriiiT perlecl health 10 ii mn . - - - - v. . nersons sufTerina under nearly every kin! ; of disease to which th the human frame is liable. The following are among the di?!rcssina variety of human !i!ae in which ihe VOlKTiBLV; IsiFR HtDlCIXES Ae weil known to be infallible. DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing ihe first and second stornsches, and or?a- ting a flow of pure, healihy t'i!e. in-itead ol j th j stale and acrid kind: Flat tl-nc", Lo of Appetite Heartburn, Headache, Rsies i nes, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, "L:mi;uor, ami j Melancholy, which are the seneral ynv- lorn of Dyppepjia, vi!l vuij, as a nui j tural coi(S"quence of i'.s cure. I COSTIVENESS. by cleansing ihe w!io!e 1 length of Ihe itit?iines with a so'veni pro ' ce-f, and w irhouf v iolencej all violent pnr ! ge leave the bowel costive within two i days. FEVERS of all kinds, by restorins the I blood t? a rt'gular circulation, through the process of respiration in t-nch cas-es, ai tne thorough sol unon of all j u i e t' I : ri a I oa- - - i Mr net ion n i nr- cure RHEUMATISM permanently h: three inr n.iiirff iiof-. -i ... weeks, and GOU'l in ball that time, by removing local iiiflamation Irom ihe mus cI-8 r'l licanier.is of ihe joints. DROPSIES of all kind.?, by freeing ami etrengthing the kidneys and bladder; they operate moM delightfully on these impor tar.t orjjans. and hence have ever been found a certain remedy for the worst cases of GRAVEL. . AUo WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the bowels the slimy matter to which ihese creatures adhere. SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERTEA SORES, bv the perfect puiitv wnichteseh LIFE MEDICINES give o The blood, and all the humors. SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPLEXIONS, by their alterative efJdd upon the fluids that feed the hkin, and Ihe morbid state of which occasions all erup tive complaints, sallow, cloudy and other disagreeable complexions. The use of these Pills for a very short time will effect an entire cur of SALT RHEUM, and a striking improvement in the clearness of the skin. Common Colds and Influenza will alway s be cured by one dose, or by t wo ir. the worst cases. PILES The original proprietor of these Medicines, was cured of Piles, 35 year standing by the use of the Life Mediciue.s alone. FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge of the V esiern country, these Medicine will be found a sate, speedy and cenai" remedy. Other medicines leave the y tem subject to a return ol ihe dieae a cure by 'hese Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, be Satisfied and h i Cured. BILIOUS FEVERS aND LIVER COM PLAINTS General Debi'ity. Loss of ap petite, and Diseases of Female the Med icines have been used wiili the mopt ben eficial result in cases of thi- description: Kings Evil, and Scrofula, in its worst forms y ields to the mild vet powerful action ot these remarkable Medicines. Night Sweats Nervous debility, Nervous Complaints of all kind-;. Palpitation of the Heart, Pain ters' Colic, are speedily cured. MERCURIAL DISEASES.-Persons whose constitution have becomt impaired by the injudicious use of Mercury, will find these Medicines a pe'fex1 cure, as they never fail to eradicate from the system, all the efftcisof Mercury, infinitely sooner than ihe most powerful preparations of Sarsapa rilla. - Prepared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT, 335 Brodwav, New York. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. . April 17, 1861-ly- Attorney at liair, BLOOMSBURG, PA. Office cn Main Sireet, in Uoangst, New Brick Buildi og. AiYER'S Sarsaparilla FOR PURXFYIKG THE BLOOD. Ana fur tb ipeedy euro of the following- complaint: Scrofula and Srrofuloti Affections, such a Tumor, Ulcers, bores, Eruptions, Pimples, Pustules, Blotches, lloils, lllaius, and all Skin Diseases. Oaelaxd, Intl.. 6th June, 1853. J. C. ArtB 1 Co. Genu : I feel It my ilnty to e knowledge vhat 3'our Sunuparilla bas done fur me. Having inherited s Scrofulous lnfoction, I have ufTered front it in various ways for 3'enrs. Sometimes it bunt out in Ulcers on my hands and arms; someliBies it turned inward and iliilrossod me ut the Ktomacb. Two y-ms ago it broke out on my head and covered my scalp and eiu-s with one sore, which was painful and loattuo!BS beyond description. J tried many medicines and PCT-ftJ physicians, but without much relief from any thing. In iuct, tho disorder grew worse. At length 1 was rejoiced to read in tho Uopet UlessenjrHr that you had prepared a alturaUre (Hamupniilln), for 1 knew from your reputa tion that any tiling you madu must be good. I sent to Cincinnati and got it, and used itatill it cured me. I took it, as you advise, in small dones'of s teaspoouTul over a month, and used almost three bottles. .New and henltby kin soon began to form tinder the scab, which afters while fell oIT. My skin is now clear, and I know by my feelings that the diHeoae baa gone from my system. Yon can well believe that I feel what I nm saying when I tell you, ttiat I bold you to be one of the apostles of the age, and remain ever gratefully. Yours, ALFRED B. TAI.LKY. St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter and Salt Rheum, bcnld iteaa. llln g worm, Sore Eyes, Dropsy. Dr. Itnliert M. Preble writes from Salem, N. 12th Sept., 1359, that lie has cured an inveterate case of Dropsy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the jer;vering use of our Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous Malignant frysiptlat by large doses of the same ; says be cures "the common Eruption by it constantly. Bronchoctle, Goitre or Swelled Neck. Zebulon Sloan of Prospect, Texas, writes 44 Three bot tles of your Samnparilla cured me from a OoUrt a hid eous swelling on the neck, which I bad snlfcred from over two years." bencorrltflra or "Whites, Ovarian Tnmor, 'VtaI..a I:i... llm l1 .1. nl,aal. Dr. J. B. fi. Channlng, of New York City, writes ; " I most cheerfully comply with tho pjqncst of your spent in say i I have found your Sarsaparilla a most excellent alterative in the numerous complaints for whic-h we employ such a remedy, bnt especially in female Dutattt of the Scrofulous diathesis. I have rnred many inveter ate rases of Leucorrhoen by it, and some where Ihe com- . plaint was caused by ulcerati'm of the uUrut. Tho ulcer ation Itself wss soon cured. Nothing within my knowl edge equals it for these female derangements." Kdward S. Harrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, "A dan peron ovarian tumnr on one of the females in my family, which had defied all the remedies we could employ, has at lencth been completely cured by your Kxtract of Sar saparilla. 0r physician thought nothing but extirpa tion could afford relief, but be advised the trial of your Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting, and it proved effectual. A Iter taking your remedy eight weeks no symptom of the disease remains." Syphilis and Mercurial Disease. Nrtf Om.FASS, 25th August, 1869. Cn. J. C. Arest Sir, I cheerfully comply with tho re- J ucst of your agent, and report to you some of the eflects liAve realized with your Sarsaparilla. 1 have cured with it, in my practice, most of the eoro pl. lints for which it is recommended, and hare fuunit its efffcts truly wonderful in the cure of Ymrrntl and tier curiul Dfiur. One of my patients bad Syphilitic ulcers In Lis throat, which were consuming his palate and the top of hut mouth. Your Earsnparilla, steadily taken, cured him In five weeks. Another was attacked by sec ondary symptoms iu his nose, and the ulceration had eaten away a considerable part of it, so that I believe the disorder wuuld soon reach his brain and kill him. Hut it yielded to my sdrainintralion cf your Sarsaparilla; the ulcers healed, and he is well again, not of course without some disfiguration to his face. A woman who had been treated for the same disorder by mercury was suffering from this Hison in her bones. They had become so sen sitive to the weather that on a dauip day she suuered ex cruci.it intf pain iu her joints aud bones, the, too, was cured entirely by your Sarsaparilla iu a few weeks. I know from its formula, which your ageut gave me, that this Preparation from your laboratory must be a great remedy ; consequently, these truly remarkable results with it have not Surprised me. f raterually jours, O. V. LARIMER, 51. D. Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint. IsuiCPEDDrxce, Prestou Co., Va.. Clh July, 1SS9. Da. J. C. Arr.a: Mr, I have been afflicted with a pain ful chronic lihrtmaliitH for a long time, which baflled the kill of physicians, and stuck to me in spite. of all the remedies 1 could find, until I tried your Eanjaparilla. One bottle cured mo in two weeks, and restored my general health so much that I am fir better than before I was attacked. 1 think it a wonderful medicine. J. t'KKAM. Jnlcs Y. Getrhell, of St. Louis, write t "I have leo ar.hetcj for years with au affectum f the Liver, which destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every thing failed to relieve me; and I have been a broken-down man for some y-am from no other cause than drrangemmf nf Vie Lirer. Sly le!oved juudor, the Her. Mr. lpy, advised Hie to try your Sarsaparilla. because he said he krew you, and any tiling you made was worth trying. Ity the bless ing of Uod it has cured ine, and hss so purified my blood as to mitice a new man nf me. I feel young again. The best that can be said of you is not half good enough." Srhlrrus, Cancer Tnmori, Fnlnrgfmfnt, Ulceration, Caries sand Exfoliation ot the iiones. A irrcat varietr of cases have b-en reported to ns where . cures of these formidaDle complaints Lave reunited from I the nse of this rem-ly. but onr cpace here will not nctimt them. E'lmn r f tlicm may be foriiid in oi:r American . Almanac, which Hie aenN llow mmcJ r.io pleased to furninb gratis to nil who call for them. j Dyspepsls. Ilenrt Disease, Fit, Kpllep j ay, Melancholy, Neuralgia. i Many rea.ai kul lc cures of tluve a'.'t c!i i.s hnvo been ' made by tltc alterative power r f this medlciim. ItMimu ! latee tiie vit.il fuuclicns Into vigorntis pcti'in, Blid thus 1 overrcmes disorders which woobl lie suppol lieyoiid its reach, i'lirh a remedy has long been n-ipiired I y the ne (V'gx cfll'C " le, and wo are confident that this will 1 do f in all that medicine can do. I Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, j TOn THE ItAl'ID CCUE OF I Coufihs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Croup, llronrlillis, incipient ieu luuiptiou, and for the Jtclief of (onaiiniptlrc 1-atlciits In advanced Stages of the Disease. This Is a remedy so miiverwlly 1 nown to snrraM any other for tho euro of throat and lung complaints, that it is useless hers to publish the idence i.f ils viitues. I ts um-ivatled excellence for couths and cold-f. and its truly wondert'til cures of pulmonary disease, have made it known throughout the civilinil n.iti. ns of the eaith. Few are tha c ramniillies, or even families, among them who havo not some personal experience of its effects some living trophy in their mid-t of ils ictory over the suhtle and dangerous iliw.rdors of the thnwt and lunps. As all know the dreadful fatalitv of these dimnlc-r, and as they know, too, the eff.Ttsff this remedy, we ind not do more than to as.-ure them that it has now all the vir tues that it did have when making the rnres which have won so strongly upon tho contideuce cf mankind. Prepared by Sr. J. C. AYES &, CO., Lowell, Mass. Sold by K. P. I niz. J. RrMoyer, and G. M Hauenbuch, Bloontfbufi, and by one dealer in every town in the Slate. April C, 1861.-1?. FRESH ARRIVAL OF AT II iZ I) QUARTERS! McKESVY, WUAIi t CO., HAVE pi!"t received and opened ;heir stock td Merchantlise for sale, which compri ses the LARGEST, Cheapest, and f.ar.f.om Pii DKcoriiiieiit now offered in thisTOA'N. Having paid great af.ention to the selection j of their entiie slock as to j Price and Quality, 1 Ihey flatter themselves that they can compete with the chepet, and all those wishing to buy-cheap, can save money by giving us a call We bavea'l kinds of goods and wares to supply the wants of the people. A very Urge and complete assortment ol LADIES' DRESS GOODS. Fiet'ch Metir.oes.. wool plaids, alpacas, intn baxines, dn bi'es, nophns. paratnetta cloths, nti'ha'r lus- res, mu-I'm de laines, Persian ciot'.-. Gi' -'iiHOis, abroes. &c WHITE (irt)DS OF ALL KINDS, Sleeves, Collars. Spencers, handkerchiefs, floni.cMigs, Isii. its aid irimmings, l.'Ces am! edging, bonnet ribbons, in Urge varieiy, vcl ve libbons, and braids, kid. cotton, lisle tSread gloves, mohair mi l-, &c. A I, I KI OF SHAWLS, broche, Bav Slate, Wateryille, black silk, cashmeie, emroderetl, &c. Also a very Urge large assortment ot Cloihs, casimers, satinets, vesting-, tweeds, jeans, coating vel vet, beaver cloths, &o. 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 CAHFKTS, UAKP15T-BAGS, FLOOR. table and carriage oil cloths, mats, rug', bas kets, &c. Muslins, flannels, ticking, dra pers, toweling, drillings, &c, in abundance. We invite our triends and the public gen erally to give na a call before purchasing elsewhere. We have bought onr goods at the LOWEST CASH PRICES and will not be undersold by anybody or the rest of man kind. McKELVY, NEAL&CO. Bloomsburg, Nor. 21, 1850. . JBt.HSBTO CABINET WAI1E ROOMS c. TlK, K5Z1VE : ESTECT FULLY invites the attemion of 'tK P n Klin tn hi PVlDncitra usiicri rndiii ili a w v.vvv. s-g nnrviniM in of Cabinet Fnrnitnte- and Chair, which he will warrant made of zood miterial and in a workmanlike manner. Al hi Elablit nienl, can always be found a good asort mem ot FASHIONABLE FCUMTCRK, v li it-li is eqiiiil in style .ml fin is-h lo that of Pliiladejphia r New York citiey, and at as iow prirts. He hs" Sof;i ol iliflerent style and c rices, from S25 lo f 60. Divans Loan-lm-s, Walnut and Matmarty. Parlor ehairs, Rockina and easy chair-, Piano slools, and a varieiy of upholstered work, with Dressing and parloi bureaus, sofa, card, renire and pier tab'es, detashn , chefTeniers, whatnots and corrodes and all kinds of fashionable work. His stork of bureaus, enclosed and oommon washtlands, dress-tables, corner cupboards solas, 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 aseorlmeni ot looking glassra with fancy ilt and common frames He will aUo furnish spring maitrasses fitted to any fcized bedsiead, which are superior for duiahility and comfor: to any bed in use. Bloomsbnr?, January 13, 1858. .DEITTISTF.Y. ii. r. iiuiti:r, SUKGEOIV DENTIST. j. iiuiet5ioiiai neivirrs lo ine ' nA'i4 ant oenlUmpn at tttcickmc. burs and vicinity. He is prepared lo attend lo all the various operations in Den:itry, and is provided with the latest improvep PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inser led on pivot or gold plate, to look as well as natural. A superior article of Too:h Powders, al ways on hand. All operations on the teeih warranted. Office, 3d building ahove S. A. Wilson's Carriage Manufactory Main St., west side Bloomsburg. January 13. 1858 :ForKSH OT EL. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA. ROBERT IIAGENBUCH, Proprietor, flAKES pleasure in announcing loihe pub- he that he has rented and thoroughly refitted ihe Forks Hotel formerly occupied by James Freeze, in Bloomsburg, and is prepared to at-comodaie traveller's, teamster, drover arul boarders. His table will be sup plied with the l et products the markets af ford, and hi Bar will be constantly furnish ed wr.h ihe choice-! liquors. Aperitive oetlers will always be 'n at temlance, and he trusts his long experience in catering to .he wants of i tie public, and his obliging xtiei.iion to customers wilse cure him a liberal share of patronage. Bloomsbrrg. April 21. 1858. I lotirnuil Fct'd Delivered ! ciii:pi:h than the cheapest i T HIE undersigned lias made arringe merits that will enable him lo deliver Flour and Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per cent, cheaper than any tod eUe in town. His price ar.as follows: Flour S7 25: Corn and Oils Chop Si 55: Corn and Rye Chop Si 65; Bran St 10 ; 1 rcspec:iu!ly solicit ashreof the public pait.mage. MOSES COFFMAN Blr om-biirg, June 14, 1 86Q. N E V7H ATS A N DCAPS l .T. li.- irion's Hal JSIorc. TH E undersigned respectfully inforiHs -he :he c'riz'Mis of l!I.omsbtirg. nil I 'he public ;'i gei er;iJ. tl.nl he h pi tl.nl he I'A l'i-t receireil Irmn Ptiiliiilelii'Mn h lot ot NEW 1 1 A I S Sz CAPS, l r Spring a: d S;:mrner, cf the very itie -tv !.'- ;inl fashionc, all of which he i pre- P v. .r-d lo sen c ieH; er i nun ran te na 'i-e- heie, n iih Se excention fd the mauuiac turer He na a'l kinds. s'vUs, sorts and t ha s and ci'S, probably the nioi varied a--o: 1 ii ' t ever brought IO town. Al-o SI RAW GOODS, including the mol ern styles :i d fastiions. RTS'ore on M.iki Sireet, nearly opposite ihe ' 0! I Aicde." JOHN K.GIRTON. Biorrrsbnr2. April 2t. !6I. Jl'KEM Y7 XEA ir&TO., - MERVIUNTS, N"or:hear corner of M.iii- r' Meirle'i laSassLs oTall Etiiids or ia!e at the Star of ihe North Orilre. SOM El HI N(J FOR TH E TIM ES ! ! A NECESSITY IN EVERY MCrSEHOLD jozai; & cRosiii'iV'N AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE The Mrongresf Glue in Hie World For Cementing Wood. Leather, Class, Ivory, China Marble. Porcelain, Alabaster, Bone. Coral. 6:c, &c, &c. Thecnly article ol the kind ever produced which will withstand Water. EXTRACTS: ''Every housekeeper should have a sup ply of John & Croley'a American Cemem Glue.'' New York Times. -li is so convenient to have in the house" New Yoik Expiess. 'It is always redv this commends it to everybody.3' N. Y. Independent. '-We have Iried it, and find it as useful in onr house as water." Ifiifs' Spirit of the limes. I'rlce 25 Cents per Rulllc. Very l.ibentl ttedtictions lo hotenJe elt-r- I Ht5t i.'ASH. riFor sale by nil Driiiigists and S'ore- keepers generallv throughout the country. JOHNS & CROSLEY, Sole Manufacturers, 7 William Strt?ef, Corner of Liberty St., NEW YORK. Jily 10. 1861 ly. NEW MILLINERY GOODS. THE nin etsigned would most respect ing) announce lo the citizen of Bloi'ms bfiig and vicinity, that she has just receiv ed Irnoi ihe eastern cities fir fill and WINTER MILLINERY GOODS, all ot which she is prepared to make up and sell at a very reasonable low funic. Her assor; men", of goods are a lnlle superior in point of durability as well 'as'.efiil-.es.s, to any offered by- her iu this secton heretofore. Sue returns thanks for ihe liberal patronage she has received, and respectfully solicits a continuance of the am. MARY BARKLEY. Bloomsburg, Oct 9, 1861. ""DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. HE co-partnership heretofore existing; between the firm ol Stohnek & Fox, proprietors of the Bakery and Confeclione ry Establishment al this place, is this day, ihe 28;h of December, 1861, dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued by the senior member of the firm by whom Rll claims Hgant ihe firm will be paid, and those indebted to the firm will please come forward andeitle the same. 1 B STOHNER, FRED. FOX. Bloomsburg, Jan. 1st. 162. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. vfARLII'S AND Are pure vegetable extracts. Tliey rnr ail bilion disorder of the human system. They regulate and Invigorate th liver and kidreys: ihey give tone lo the d geiiv orgm.s ; 'they regulate the secretions, ei rretiohsaud exhalations, equalize the i-fr rn'aiion, and pnrify Ihe blood. Thus, nil billoos complainis somf of wliicb are Tcrpid Liver. Sick Headache, DyspepMa, Piles, Chills and Fevers, Costivenes or Looseness are entirely controlled and cured by these remedies. DARLING'S LIVER. KEBULTOn Removes the morbid and bilion deposits Irom the stomnch and bowels, regulates tha liver ai.d kidneys, removing every obstruc tion, restores a natural ai.d healthy action in the vital organs. It is a nnperior FAMILY MEDICINE, Much better than Pills, and much easier to take. DARLING'S LIFE BITTERS Is a superior tor.ic anddinrtic ; excellent in cases cf loss of appetite, flatulency, female weakness, irreailaiities, pain in 'he side and bowels, Mind, protruding and bleeding' piles, and ieners.1 debiliv- -READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY: Jas. L. Crumley, merchant, -184 Fnlton sireet, New York, wri'es, August 18, I860: "I have been afflicted with piles, uccoow panied with bleeding, the !ai three years j 1 used DARLING S LIVER RECiULATOR And now consider myself entirely cured." Hon. Jonn A. Cross wri'es, "Brooklyn, March 15, 1860. In the spring ol 1859 1 took a severe cold, which induced a viule.it lever. 1 took two dosea ol DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR. It broke up my cold and lever ai once. Pievions to this a tack, I had been iroub.' with dyspepsia several months j I have led no'hing ol il since." DU Studley, Esq., 128 Easi 2Sh Sireet. N.Y., writes "August 3. 1860 I had a difficulty with Kidney CompUim three years, wiih consiant pain in the small cf my back. I had used most all kinds ol medi cines, but fount', no per.narent reiiel until I used DARLING S LIVER REGULATOR, and lAic EMtters. I pase clotted tdood by ihe uret r 1 am now entirely cur.d, and l-ike pleasure in recommending these remedies " Mrs.CTebow.il Cnslopher Stree', N. Y., wriite: "Feb. 20, 1850. I have been subject to a'tacks of Aihma the last twenty years. I have never found anything efjial ti DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR, in affording immediate relief, li is a thor ough Liver and bilion reme.Jy." Mrs Young, of BiookUn. wn e. "Feb. 28, I860 In My Ust I had a severe it lack of Piles, which ronfi.ied me to the house. I look one bottU o Darling I Ale RiKcrs 'and was entirely cured. 1 have had no at:;U since. D Weslervelt, Esq., ol Sonth Nh, near 8ih Street, Williamsburg, L L, write "Augu: 5, I860 Having ben troubled wi'h difficult, in the Livfr, and subj-ct l bilious atucks, 1 was advised Dj a IrieoJ to iry DARLING'S LIVER REGULATOR. I did so. anJ found il to opera e tdmi'ably, removing the f ile and arousing ihe liver lo activilv. I liave a!o n-ed i as a ' FAMILY MEIUCJNE. When our i tiiidren are out vt sor's, w give tlie-n a fetv t'.rops and it set them all rijtt. I Ho I i: niee.a the geijeral warns of the stomach sod bowels hu disord .-red. " Reader, if yo-z i;e?d ei'her or both of he rno-l excellent Rmedie, inquire for them ul the stores; if you d n.;i titid ihera tke no other; ut iocio-'e O' e Dollar in a letter, and on receipt of tr ? money, th Remedv or R-x.edie will be sent accord ing to your directions, by mail or express, post paid. Ad ress, DAN E S. DARLING, 102 Nassau S'.. New York. Put up in 50 cent and Si Botile each. November 6, 186! -6:n. so.heihTng for tee times A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD! JOISIVS fc CROSI.EY'S . AMERICAN I EM EX I tiLl E The Strongest (Jlue in the World. The Ch-apest (ilne in the World The Most Durable Glue in ihe World. Tne Only Reliable Glue in ihe World. The I'est Glue in ihe World. AMERICAN CEMENT CLUE I, the the only arncle of the kind evel ! produced whifh TTILL WITHSTAND U'ATER. 11 WILL MEND WOOD, Save your broken Furniture. IF WILL MEND LEATHER. i Mend yo'ir Hirness. Strap-. Bells, boots &0. I IT WILL MEND GLASS, Save the pieces of that expensive Cut Glass Bottle. IT WILL MEND IVORY, Don't throw away that broken ivery Fan, it is ensilv repaired. IT WILL MEND CHINA, Your broken China Cups and Saucers cao be made as good as rew. ' IT WILL MEND MARBLE, That piece knocked out of your Marble . Mantle can be pnt on as strong as ever. IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN, No matter il that brok n Pitcher did no cost but a shilling, a shilling saved is a shilling caned. IT WILL MEND ALABASTER, That costly A!abatr Vise is broken and you can'i match it, m-nd it, it will nev er show vrhen put together. IT WILL MEND BONE. CORAL, LAVA, AND IN FACT EVERY THING BUT METALS. Anranicle Cemenied with AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE will nm show where it is mended SIS 52 1 1T 3. c Gt S3 3 "Every Housekeeper should Have a sup ply of Johns & Crosley's Cement Glue." Sew Yotk Times. "It is so convenient lo have in tha house." New Yoik ExvteiS. "It is always redy ; ibis crmmenioUd to every body." Independent. "We have tried it, and find it a w-efnl in our house as water." Wilkes1 Sprit oflh Times. ECONOMY IS WEALTH. S10,00 per year saved in every family by One Bottle of AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE. Price 25 Cents per Eottle. Price 25 Cents per Bottle. Price 25 Ce-ita per Bottle. Price 25 Cents pr Bottle. Price 25 Cents per Bo-tle. Price 25 Cents per Bottle. Very Liberal Reduction lo lVbole sale Bayers. T E R MS CASH. CF"ForSaleby all Drugt, and Siore keeprr generally throuiii.iiot the coontry. JOURS & CROSLEY, (Sole Manutaclurers.) 78 WILLIAM STREET, Cornet of Liberty street. NEW YOftK.