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CABINET WARE ROOM.
J S 2 '1017 C. 8 2 1 YE, r
Ttt ESPECTFULLY incites the attention of
"t le fu''c to bis extensive assortment
ci ut-mei i-umiture and C H A IRS,
-witch he will warrata made of !?ood
material anJ in a workmanlike man M
net. . At hi establishment can always be
: fot.nd -a good assortment of fashionable
' fatniture, which is eqnal in style fcnd fin
ish to that of Philadelphia or N. York cities
an j bi s low prices. He has on hand
. 1 01 d,tf"re
terenl style and
, : priees, from 125 to 60. Divana Lounges,
Vn'i'.nat and Mahogany. : Parlor chairs,
-Rocking and easy chairs, Piano etoots,and
a variety of pholstereJ work, with Dress
ing and parloi bureaus, sofa, card,
renfre and pier tables, detashus,
chuffanier. whatnots and
ana all kinds of fashionable work. His
, stock of botoaus, enclosed .and common
. wtsnttaadsjdress-tables, corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
be Jsteads.rane seat and common chair is
lh largest io this section of the county.
He will also keep a good assortment of
locKinsr giasies with fancy gilt and com
moo frames. - He will also furnish spring
mittrasses fitted to any sized bedstead,
which are soperior for durability and com
; on to any bed in ne.
Bloomsbnrg, Nov. 4, 1863.
S OLDI ERS IN TH R A
k And Our People at Home
Am now offered an opportunity by which
thry cac obtain a - , .
, 1 iSCOD AxD DURABLE TIME-PIECE
VERY LOW FIGURE.
- " Our U'ulches are
'WARRANTED TO KEEP TIME ONE
" YELAR, and. the buyer as allowed the Priv
ilege of Exiiminaiion before Payment is
j IMPROVED - DUPLEX IN FULL RUBY
, : . ACTION?.
A first clais Hunting Time-Piece of Sil
ver material, over which is electro fine
4 plated 18 k. gold, most durably wrought,
making the imitation so landless that ii
car not be defected from the .olid ma'eriat
most experienced jndges ; acids will not
affect iu LoodoQ made movement. Im
proved Doplux in Full Ruby Action, has
sweep seconds, and is not to be excelled
- in general appearance. This is decidedly
one of the best artrcles ever offered for tra
der and speculator. Ergineers, emigrants
, and persona ravelling, will find them supe
rior to any other ; alteratien of climate will
not affect their accuracy. Price, packed
in iiood shape and good running order only
Z2i, or case of 6 for $200.
SILVER DOUBLE TIME HUNTING
. S - LEVERS..
Best Quality Silver Caes, over which
electro-fine plated IS k. gold, similar to
oot Improved Duplex, and soperior, adjust-
. ed movements with "Stop." to be n-ed in
, timing horse, e'.c, has Four Indexes for
, Wisbingtonu and Greewich time, sweep
second, and stl the improverrems. All in
, alt, taking ))f Beautiful and Faultiest ap
pearance a ad its Superior Movement into
consideration, we regard it as decidedly
. the cheapest article of the kind in the mar-
;-ket. Price, in tood running order $34,
or ease of 6 ;for 8200.
IS We ask no pay in advance, but will
forward eithur of them to responsible par
ti!, to any pa ri of the total States, with
bill payable to exyressraan when the goods
are delivered, giving rhe bujer the privil
ege ef examination, and, if not satisfactory,
the watch can be returned at our expense.
The express oompanies refuse making
: collections oi soldier and other parties in
lb disloyal 'States, consequently . all such
orders must be accompanied by the cash
to insure am otion. We make a deduction
of two dollars ou either watch when the
payment is forwarded in advace.
Money may be sent by express at ou
-expense. . 1
. , . THOS. CAFFERTY & CO.,
1)3 and 95 Broad St., opposite City Bank,
; Providence, R. I.
Oct. 21.18 53.
: The Great
51 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK;
Sirce its organization, has created a new
em io the hist or of
Wholesaling Teas In this Country.
They havs introduced their selections of
-,T1AS, ard are selling them at not over
TITO CETS (.02 Cents) per pound
, - above Cost,
; 'Sever deriating from the ONE PRICE
- ..- - , asked. '
A nother peculiarity of the Company is
that their Tea Tater not only devotes
hii time to -the selection of their TEAS a
to quality, value, and particular stles for
particular localities of country, but he
helps the TEA buyer to choose out of their
enormous stock such TEAS as are best
adapted to his particular wants, and not on
ly thT but points oat to him the best bar
gains. V ,
. It is essy to see the incalculable advan
tage a Tea Buyer has in this establishment
over all others.
If he is ik Judge of Tea. or the Market,
if his time i s valuable, he has all the bene
fits of a wH organized" system of doing
business, o)r an immense capital, of the
-jodgmenl of a Professional Tea Taster,
at d the knowledge of soperior salesmen.
Th is enables all Tea buyer no matter
if they are thousands of miles from this
market to purchase on as good terms here
as the New York Merchants. -
Parties cm order Teas will be served by
Es as well its though they came themselves
being sore to get origica' packages, trne
weights and tares; and the TEAS are war
runiled as represented.
We issui a Price List of the Company's
Tsas, which will bo sent to all who order
it ; comprising . ' "
Hyson, Yonns Hyson, Impc
,riali Ginnpodcr, Twankay
r and Skin.
"OOLONG, SOUCHONG. ORANGE & HY-
r : - SON PEKOE.
JAPAN -TEA of every description col
ored and ujacolored.
' Tii is lift Sas each kind of Tea divided into
FOUR Cliw-e. namely. CARGO, high
CARGO FINEST, that every one may on
ilira!nd fn;m d;?eription and the prices
it;ir.3xeJ t'nat the Comnan are determined
IC cndersell the whole Tka trade.
- We eoarnspe to setl ALL our Tus at Dot
orerTWO CENTSC.02 Cents) per pound
u jove cot, believing this to be attractive
tc the many- who havo heretofore besn
- piivinj EjrsMot7S Profits.
X .r:. T V "RfCAN TEA COMPANY,
IMPtiil 2XRS AND JOBBERS, '
No. 6! Vresey Street, New York.
' Te?!. 9, 12S3. 3cjos.
I - 1
Price iciih Hemmer and Feller,
THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SUPE
. RIORITY PECULIARY1TS
Hemming, and Tilling with
a Single Thread.
It forms a neat, ever., and elastic seam,
which is warranted not to rip in wear, even
if the seam is cot at frequent intervals, and
also under alt circumstances "to survive the
A Patented device of great utility to
learners, prevents me possibility of the ma
chine being ron in the wrong direction, or
. a I . . . -
tne oaiance wneei wearing a lady's dress.'
Another feature which deserves particu
lar attention isETTHE W4LCOX PATENT
NEEDLE CANNOT RK SET wunvrc
- ----- v w m (fc . v A A . "k-B a
Two thousand Stitches, or two yards of
worn, can oe cone iq one minute without
dropping a stitch:
These Machiaes, so simple and accruate
in their construction, supersede the use of
the shuttle; and with one thread produce
all the practical results of the two thread
machines; and more, for these fell without
basting, and hem the finest musliu without
Atthough at about half the price of the
other firM class machines, they will accom
plish double the sewing in a given time-
uh .nnkni:ii . u i i i
ii ib i-uiijuaiiv.iij nits fiuuii, tow pncoo
Family Sewing Machine thai the public
hav long been wailing for." Boston Tran
script. "It is indeed a wonderful production, and
and for family use especially, no other will
bear any comparison with it." Pailadel
phia Evening Journal." '
'A mechanical wonder.' -Scientific Amer
iccan. "Among the bet and roost serviceable
Sewing machines. Light and elegantly
finished; and so simple in its construction
that it seems almost impossible for it to get
out of repair." Pittsburg'Chionicle.
"Has combined with its own peculiar
merits alt the realty valuable improvements
of the higher piiced machines." PeunsyN
"This machine,, in the opinion of the
commxtee, fills more nearly the require
ments of a perfect family machine than any
on exhibition' Franklin Institute Exhibi
tion Report of 1858.
"Taking into consideration umplicity,
cheapness, durability, and doing all work,
the committee were unanimous in favor of
the Wilcox &Gibbs as a single threrd ma
chine." Pennsylvania State Agricultural
"We must, in Justice, express our confi
dence in the merits of the Wilcox & Gibbs
Sewing Machine. We consider that a great
desideratum has been supplied by it, in
proving, beyond coubt, that two threads are
not, as was supposed, necessary to a good
instrument." Christian Advocate and Jour
nal, June 21, 1860.
. "We have one of these machines in use,
and think more highly of it than of any ol
the number we' have tried.'7 Richmond
The undersigned, Missionary to Constan
tinople, has examined more than twenty
different kinds of Sewing Machines, and
after some six weeks' experience with
Wilcox & Gibbs' Patent, he has purchased
one of '.hem as the best adapted to the
wants of his famil, and as the least liable
to require repair. OLIVER CRANE.
Boston, July 3, 1860.
The undeisijned, during eighteen months
has had in almost constant nee, in hisfam
y, Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine, opon
wbich has been made the clothes cf bis
large family from muslin to pilot cloth
including the clothing required for his sev
eral boys; and in no case have the seams
failed, although in hard service. The ma
chine now in use in bis family has required
no repair, and is in all respects, well ap
pointed, efficient and durable.
JACOB CHICKERING, Boston.
CySend tor a Circnlar.3
JANES WILCOX, iUanolacmrer.
No. 508 Broadway, New York,
Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
August 28, 1861. ly.
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Gi7Thi8 admirable Lectureclearly proves
that .he above enumerated, often self-af
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medicine and without dangerous surgical
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Sent nnder seal, to any address, in a plain
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127 Bowery, N.Y. Post Office box 4586.
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It is full of engravings. In fact.it disclo
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still il is a book ibat most be locked op,
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ent to any one on receipt of twenty five
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dress Dr. VM. YOUNG, No. 416 SPRUCE
Street, above Fourth, Philadelphia-.
E3-AFFLICTED & UNFORTUNATE,
no matter what may be your disease, be
fore you place yourself under the care of
any of the notorious Quick. native or for
eign who advettise in ibis or any other
paper, get a copy of Dr. Young's book,
and read it carefully. It will be the means
of saving yon many a dollar, your health,
and possibly yoor life.
DR YOUNG can be consulted on any
of the diseases described ii: his publication
at bis office, No. 416 SPRUCE Street,aboe
OtSce hoars from 9 to 3, da.ily. -
Eebrcary26, 1862 y, ; . ,
TO THE PEOPLE
OP THE UNITED STATES!
IN the month of December, 1858, th an-
dt!riiined for the first tim nflVrort fnr u
to the public Dr. J. BOVEE DODS' IMPE-
niAu w 1 1 j mt i,K3, and in this short
period thev have given snch nnionr.al sn.
isfaction to the many thousands of persons
who have tried them that it is now an es
tablished article. The amonnt nf hn,t;i
and mental misery arising sirayly from a
neieut 01 sman compi&mts is surprising,
and it is therefore of the utmost importance
itir a striri attention to lha least snH mnm
battling bodily ailment should be had ; for
t -1 . ...
mseases or me Dotty must invariably affect
the mind. The subscribers now only 6k.a
DR. J. BOVEE DODS'
Imperial Wine Bit trs ! !1
frorr all who have not used them. VVechal
lenee the world to Drodnce their nnnL
These Bitters for the core of Weak Stom
achs. General Debility, and for Purifying
and Enriching the Blood, are abFoIuteli- nn.
surpassed by any other remedy on earth.
To be assured of this, it is only necessary
to make the trial. The Wine itself is of
a very superior quality, being about one
th;rd suonger than other wines; warming
and invigorating the whole system from the
head to the feet. As these Bitters are tonic
and alternative in their character, so they
strengthen and invigorate the whole sys
tem Rnd give a fine tone and healthy action
to all its parts, by equalizing the circulation
removing obstructions, and producing a
general warmih. They are also excellent
for Dieaies and Weakness peculiar to FE
MALES, where a Tonic is required to
Btrengthek 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.'
Tf ill not only Cure, but Prevent Disease
and in this respect are doubly valuable to
the person who may uce them. For
Weak Lunss. Indigestion. Dvsnpnsla. D'ta.
eases of the Nervous Svstem, Paralysis,
rites, ane lor all cases requiring a Ionic
Dr. Dods' Celebrated 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 constitntion, for Mioisters of
the Gospel, Lawyers, and all public speak
ersfor Book Keepers, Tailors, Seamstress
es, Students, Artis's, and all persons lead
ing a sedentary lilt, they will prove truly
As a Beverage, they are wholesome, in
nocent, and delicious to ibe taste. They
produce all the exhilarating effects of Bran
dy or Wine, without intoxicating ;ncf are
a valuable remedy for persons addicted to
the use of excessive strong drink, and who
wish io refrain from it. They are pure and
entirely free fiom the poisons contained in
in the adulterated Wines and Liquors with
which Ihe country is Hooded.
These. Bitters not only CURE, but PRE
VENT Disease, and should b? ued 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, they may be given freely to Children
and Infants with impunity.
Physicians, Clergymen, and temperance
advocates, as an act of humanity, should
assist in spreading these valuable BIT
TERS over ibe land, and thereby essentail
iy aid ia banishing Drunkenness and Dis
ease. Io all Affections of the head, sick Headache
or Nervous Headache, Dr. Dods' Imperial
Wine Bitters will be found to be most
Salutary and Efficacious.
The many certificates which tiave been
tendered us, and the letters wbich we are
daily receiving, are conclusive proof that
among the women those Bitters havo giv
en a satisfaction wbich no others have ever
done before. No woman in the land shoold
be without them, and those who once use
them will not fail to keep a supply.
1)11. J. BOVEE DODS1
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are prepared by an eminent and skillful
physician who has nsed them successful in
his practice for the last twenty- five years.
The proprietor, before purchasing ihe ex
clusive right to manufacture and sell Dr. J.
Bovee Dods' Celebrated Imperial Wine
Bitters, had them tested by two distinguish
ed medical practioneers, pronounced them
a valuable remedy for disease.
Although the medical men of the country
as a general thing disapprove of Patent
Medicines, yet we do not believe that a re
spectable Physician can be found i i the
United Stares, acquainied with their medi
cal properties( who will not highly approve
DR. J. BOVEE DODS' IMPERIAL WINE
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. rOVEE DODS'
IMPERIAL 1FIXE BITTERS
Are composed of a pure and undull?rated
Wine, combined with Barberry, Solomon's
Seal. Confrey, Wriid Cherry Tree Bark,
Spikenard, Chamomile Flowers, and Gen
tian. They are manufactured by Dr. Dods
himself, 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 valuable Bitters have been
so thoroughly tpsied by all classes of the
community for almost every variety of dis
ease incident to the human system, that
they are now deemed indispensable as a
TONIC, MEDICINE AND A BEVERAGE.
Purchase One Bottle !
It Costs but Little ! Purify the Blood ! Give
Tone to the Stomach ! Renovate the
System ! and Prolong Life !
PRICE Si PER BOTTLE, 6 BOTTLES S5;
Prepared and sold By
CHARLES VV1DDIF1ELD & CO.,
78 William Street, New York.
BTFor sale by Druggists and grocers
generally throughout the country.
August 28, 186J- ly.
Old Things Become New,
The undersigned would beg leave to in
form bis old friends, and "the rest of man
kind," that he has lately returned from Ihe
service of his country, and again re
opened his O L D EST A BLISH-
E D T A I L O RING SALOO.V,-U.
with a view of making up entire new gar
ments, as well as mending otd ones, for all
mankind, and any body ele, who may
favor him with their work in bis line.
He is prepared to do work NEAT, Fash
IONABLE and SUBSTANTIAL, and hopes
by so doing, and strict attention to business
to merit and receive a due share of patron
age. .But remember, alt, that these times
require money, or something to live upon,
ba therefore hopes and trusts, that, when
he has done his part, his customers wilt
do theirs, by furnishing the "ready John,"
or ready trade. For truly the "Laborer, is
worthy of his hire."
Bloprasborg, Sept. 10 1853.
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THE JIAGAZIXE FOR THE TIMES!
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, the best and
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306 Chestnut St., Phila.
November 18. 1863. -
rilHE undersigned would announce, that
he has on hand, at bis Hat aud Cap
emporium on Main street, Blonmsburg, an
assortment of different kind of leather,such
as fine calf skins, morocco, red ar.d black
and linings, all of which he will sell cheap
er than can be had elesewhere in this mar
ket. Call and examine them tor yourselves.
JOHN K. GIRTON.
Bloomsbnrg, May 21, 1862.
DR. J R. EVANS,
Physician and Surgeon,
HAVING located permanently on Main
Street, BLOOMSBURG, Pa., would in
form the public generally, that he is pre
pared to attend to all business faithfully and
punctually that may be intrusted to his care,
on terms commensurate with the times.
W He pays strict attention to Surgery
as well as Medicine.
November 25, 1863.-ly.
Sky-Liht Am bro typist,
r OOMS in ihe Third Story ot the Ex
change Block, (entrance above the
Book Store,) Bloomsburg, Columbia coun
Bloomsburg, Nov. 23, 1859 ly.
Glenson s fJIcrary
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. THIS MAMMOTH WEEKLY
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For sale at all Periodical Depots in the
Published every Saturday, comer of Tre
motjt and Bromfield slieets, Boston, Mas
sachusetts, by F. GLEASON.
Nov. 11, 1863.
(OF JERSEYTOWN, PA )
JTTHE subscriber would respectfully ap
prise his friends and the public gener
ally, that he has established tbe
MADISON jj HOUSE,
in Jerseytown, Columbia county, Pa. The
above house has lately been refitted and
undergone a thorough repairing by the pro
prietor. He is folly prepared to entertain
the travelling custom as well as the local
with general satisfaction, His TABLE and
BAR, are well supplied and will be careful
ly superintended. And his STABLE is am
ply and well stocked, in charge of careful
grooms, will always be properly atiended.
IV He invites a share of the publiccus
tom, and pledges his best efforts, to help
bis guests feel at home.
Jerseytown, Jan. 8, 1862.
HIb magnificent Hotel, situate in the
central portion of the Inirn ami
posite the Coon House, has been ihoroughly
repaired and refurnished, and the Proprietor
ia 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
affords, and his Bar with the choicest liquors
Attenlise ostlers will always be on hand
and his stabling is the most extensive in
this section of country. Omnibuses wil
always be in readiness to convey passen
gers to and from the Railroad Depots.
WM. 3. KOONS.
Bloomsburg, July 4. 1860.
LIQTIOxiS I LIQTJCHS i
AVIiocsnlc and Kctail.
TIIEmbscriber woold announce to the
citizens of Bloomsburw and vicinity
that he is selling LIQUORS in large and
small quantities, and at different prices at
till Taitt Cln.. vKfn:.. . '
... - c, vmi j.niiii a ireei,
north side, two doors south of
Iron sireet, Bloomsburg. His
stock of Foreign and DamKilo
22 is ii sn?) n 12 e 9
consists of Cognac and Rochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
Old Rye. gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folk Whiskey, and any quauity of
common. He alo has
PURE HOLLAND Q I N,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines; and last but not least, a
quantity of good double extra 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. ROB BINS, Ag't.
Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861.
II. C IIOvTUR,
ESPECFULLY offers his
(tTrft --'professional services to the
Xi-t-T ladies & gentlemen ol Blooms
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
10 all the various operations in Den;i ry,
and is provided with the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
iiiinerdi jiiaie miu uincn item manuiac
I tnred and all operations on teeth carefully
; atiended to.
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on band. All operations on the teeth
I Residence and Office, a few doors above
I (he Court House, same side.
bloomsburg, Aug. 19 1858.
G 11 It a Percha Backing.
TOR Boots, Shoes, Harness, Carriages,
and Military Leather Work.
This new and excellent article excels
eveay thing ever before in use, for beauti
fying and feoftening the Leather. It makes
a polish like patent leather ; will not rub
I off wiih water, nor slain the finest white
silk, and makes leather perfectly water
proof. Twice a month applied on boots
and shoe, and once a mouth for harness
is sufficient. If ihe leather becomes dir. y
wash it off with clean water and tbe polish
will re-apnear. Warranted as repreeente'd.
Directions lor use. Apply a few drops
on a sponge, rub it slowly over the leather,
and the polish is complete.
PRICE 37 CEFTS PFR BOTTLE I
t3T For sale by L. T. fcHARPLESS. jr
Bloomsburg, May 14, 1862.
Koliock's Dandelion Coffee
THIS preparation, made from tbe best
Java Coffee, is recommended by ph ysicians
as a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE
for General Debility, Dyspepsia, and all
bilious disorders. Thousands who have
been compelled to abandon the use of cof
fee will use this without injurions effects.
One can contains the strength ot two
pounds of ordinary coffee. Price 25 cents.
The purest and best BAKING POWDER
known, for making light, sweet and nutri
tious Bread and cakes. Price 15 cents.
. Manufactured "by
M. II . KOLLOCK, Chemist,
Corner of Broad and Cbestnnt Streets.
ZSTAnd told by all Druggist and Grocers.
February 26, 1862. ly.
EDWRAD B, SNIDER,
Gene'l Com'sion Merchant.
Bloomsburg, Colombia county Pa.
Particular attention given to Patent rights.
Sept. 2, 1863. 3moa.
WHITE MEN MUST RULE AMERICA.
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r . 1. i . . . .
01 ii'e ween, wun ine came, produce, and
other markets, carefully reported.
TVie New Fork Day-Book, for 1864.
White Men's Liberties State Rights FeJ
The New York Dav-Ronlr ia an in!an.n.
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