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ATURE and powerful Tonic, corrective
and alternative of wonderl! efficacy in
disease' of he STOMACH LIVER AND
BOWELS. Cure Dyspepsia. Liver com
plaint, Headache, General Debility, Ner
vousness. Depression of Spirits, Consiipa
tion. Colic, Intermittent Fevers, Cramps
and Spasms, and all complaint of either
S'X, ariMt'g from Bodily Weakness
whether inherent in the system or prodnc
cd by special causes.
Nothing that is not whobsome, genial
and res'orative in 'us natnr ente" into
the composition of HOSTKTTER'S STOM
ACH BITTERS. This popular preparation
contain no mineral of any kind, no deadly
botanical element; no fiery excitant ; bnt
it is a combination of the extracts of rare
balsamic herbs and plants with the purest
and mildest o? at! diffusive stimulants.
It is well to be forearmed agiinM disease
and, so far as the human system can be
projected by hnmsn means against mala
d es engendered by an unwholesome at
mosphere, impure water and other external
canse,'Ho6tetter's Bitters may be relied
on as a safeguard.
Ir. districts infested with Fever and Ague,
it has been fou nd infallible as a preventive
and irresistible as a remedy and thousands
who resort to it under apprehension of an
attack, escape the scourge; and thousands
who neglect to avail themselves of its pro
tective qualities ir: advance, are ccred by
a very brief course of this marvelous medi
cine. Fever and-Ague patients, after be
ing pl:ed with quinire for months in vain,
until fairly saturated with , that dangerous
alk-'oid, are not unfrequently restored to
heaun wi'hin a few days by the use cf
HostetKi'a Bitters. . ..
The weak stomach is rapidly invigorated
and the appetite restored by this ireeable
Tonic, and hence it works wonde-s in ca
'' ses of Dyspepsia and in less confirmed
forms of Indigestion. Acting as a. gentle
and "painless apperient, as well a upon
tne liver, it also invariably relieves the
Constipation ' superinduced by irregular
action of the digestives and secretive or
gan. Persons of feeble habit, liable to Nervmii
Attacks. Lovness of Spirits and Fits of Lan
. -guor, find prompt and permaennt relief
from the Bitters. The Testimony on this
point is most conclusive, and from both
The agony of Bilious Colic is immedi
ately assuaged by a single dose of the
stimulant and by occasionally resorting to
it, the ret lira of the complaint may be pre
vented. As a General Tonic, Hosteller's Bitters
produce effects which must be experienced
or witnessed before they can be fullv ap
preciated. In casesof Constitutional Weak
ness and Premature Decay and Debility
and Decrepitude art irtz from Old Age, it
exercises the electric influence. In the
convalescent stages of all diases it oper
ates as a delightful invigorant. When tne
powers of nature are relaxed, it operates to
re enforce and re-establ sh them.
Last, but not least, it is the The Only
Safe Stimulpnt, being manufactured from
sound and innocuous materials, and en
tirely free from the acid elements present
more or less in all the orJinary ionics and
stomachics of the day.
No family medicine has been so univer
sally, and, it may be tmly added, deserv
edly popular with the intelligent portion .of
the community, as Ho-tetter's Biners.
Prepared by HOSTETTER & SMITH,
. Pittsburgh Pa.
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Store
Dec. 9, 1861. ly.
SOLDIEKS II TIIK AISJ1TT
And Our Pcaple at Hone
.Are now offered an opportunity by which
thev can obtain a
A GOOD AND DURABLE TIME-PIECE
VERY LOW FIGURE. -
' Our Watches are
WARRANTED TO KEEP TIME ONE
YEAR, and the buyers allowed the Priv
ilege of Examination before Payment is
IMPROVED DUPLEX IN FULL RUBY
A first class Hunting Time-Piece of Sil
Ter maierial, over which is electro fine
plated 18 k. gold, most durably wrought,
making the imitation so faultless that it
rannot be detected from the solid ma'erial
most expenencea jnages ; acias win not
affect it. London made movement Im
proved Duplex in Full Ruby Action, has
sweep seconds, and is not to be excelled
in general appearance. This is decidedly
one of the best artrclej ever offered for tra
ders and speculators. Ergineers, emigrants
and persons tavellmg, will find them supe
rior to any other ; alteration of climate will
not affect their 'accuracy. Price, packed
in good shape and good running order only
S35, or case of 6 for $200.
SILVER DOUBLE TIME HUNTING
Best Quality Silver Cases, over which
electro-'fiue plated 18 k. gold, similar to
our Improved Duplex, and superior adjust
ed movements with "Slop." to be ned in
timing horses, etc., has Focr Indexes for
Washington and Greewich time, sweep
second, and all the improvements. AH in
all. taking its Beautiful and Faultless ap
pearance and its Superior Movement into
consideration, we regard it as decidedly
the cheapest article of the kind in the mar
ket.- Price, in ood "running order &3i,
or case of 6 for $200.
ETWe ask do pay in advance, but will
forward either of them to responsible pyr
ites, to any part of the .loval States, with
bill payable to exyressraan when the goods
.are delivered, giving rbe buyer the privil
ege of examination, and, if not satisfactory,
the watch can be returned -at oar . expense.
The express oompanies " refuse, making
collection. on soldier and other parties in
the disloyal States, consequently ail such
order must be accompanied by the cas'o
to insure attention. . We make a deduction
of two dollars on either watch when the
payment is forwarded in advace. -
Money may be sent by express at ou
THOS. CAFFERTY & CO.,
S3 and 95 Broad St., opposite City Bank,
. " Providence R. I.
SIMOIV C. 8 HIVE,
O ESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
Mbe Public to his extensive assortment
ot Cabinet Furniture and CH A IRS,fk
which he will warrant made of good
materials and in a workmanlike man. M
ier. At his establishment can always be
(ound a good assortment .of fashionable
Turni'ure, which is equal in style hud flit
ch to that ol Philadelphia or N York cities
ind at as low prices. He has on hand
FliffH Of dlffroi.l- olvlrt nri. I - ff
i'rices, from S25 to $60. Divans Lounges,
Walnut and Mahoganv. Parlor chairs.
flocking and easy chair, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parloi bureaus, sofa, card..''''"?
centre and pier tables, detashiu, T p
cheffeniers, whatnots and com odes, Qr.i3
nd all kinds of fashionable work. His
stock of bureaus, enclosed and common
wasnstands,dress-tables, corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs ij
the largest in this section of the county.
He will also keep a good assortment of
looking glasses with fancy gilt and com
mon frames He will also furnish spring
mattrasses fitted to any 6ized bedstead,
which are superior for durability sod com
fort to any bed in use,
Bloomsbur, Nov. 4, 1863.
fampound Fluid Extract Buchn, a posi
tive aod Specific Remedy for disa s
of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, and Drop
This Medicine increases the power of
Digestion, and excite the Absorbents into
healthy action, by which the Waterv or
Calcareous deposition, and all Unnatural
Enlargements are reduced, as well a Pdin
II ELitl HOLD'S FXTR4CT BLTIlir.
For Weaknesses arising JroTi extreme.
Habits of Dissipation, Early fodiscreuon
of abuse, attended with the following mp
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power.
Lo?s of Memory, Difficulty of Breathi-ig,
Weak Nerves, Trembling Horror of Di!--eace,
Wakefulne-s, Dimnrss of Vision, Pan
in the Back, Universal Latitude of ih
Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flushing of
the Body, Dryness of.the Skin, Eruptions
on the Face, Pallid Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on,
which this medicine invariably removes
soon follows. IM POTENCY, FATUITY
EPILEPTIC FITS, in one of which the
Patient may expire.
Who can eay that they are not frequently
followed by those "Direful Diseases."
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the caust of their suf
fering, but none will confess the Records
of the Insame Asylums.
And melancholy Deaths by Consump
tion bear ample witness to the Truth of the
assertion. The Constitution once effected
with Organic Weakness requires the aid of
Medicine to Strengthen arid Invigorate tle
System, which HELMEOLD'S EXTRACT
BUCHU invariably does. A trial will con
vince the most skeptical.
Iii many Affections peculiar to Females
the Kxtraot Buchu if nuequaled byanv '
other reanedy. as in Chlorosis or Retention,
Irregularity, Painfnlness. or Sppp-esion
of Customary EvacnatJons, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous siate of trie Uterus, Leuchorrhcea
or Whites, S erility, and for all complaints
incident to the sex, whether arising from
indiscretion Habits or Dissipation, or in
the Decline or Change ol Lite
Take no more BaUarr, Mercury, or unpleasant-Medicines
for unpleasant and
HELM FOLD'S Ex'ract Bncho and Im
proved Rose Was-h cures SECRET DIS
EASES, In all their Stages, At iMtle Ex-
pense, Little or.no change in Diet, No
Inconvenience, And no exposure.
It causes a frequent desire and gives
strength to Urinate, thereby removing ob
structions, preventing and coring strictures
of the Urethra, alia ir g Pain and Inflam
mation, so frequent in the clas of diseases,
and expelling all poisonous, diseased and
worn out matter.
Thousands upon Thousands who have
been the victims of Quacks, and who have
paid heavy fees to be cured in a short
time, have fonnd they were deceived, and
that the "poison" has, by the use of "pow
erful astringents, " been dried up in the
systerD, to break out in an aggravated form,
and perhaps after Marriage.
Use Helmbold's Extract Bucha lor all
affections and d iseases of the fJrinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male of Female,
from whatever cause originating and no
matter of how long standing.
Diseases of these Organs requires the aid
of a Diuretic. Helmbold's Extract B.ichu is
the Great Diuretic; and is certain :o have
the desired effect in all diseases for which
it is recommended. Evidence of the most
reliable and. responsible character will ac-
i company the medicine.
Price $1.00 a Bottle, or Six for $5.00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed
from observation. Describe sympioms in
all communications. Cures guaianteed !
Advice gratis. Addpess letter for informa
II. II. HELIttROLD, Chemist.
10-1 South 10th st., bel. Ches'.nut," Phila.
HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot, '
HELMBOLD S Drug&Chem'l Wapqse,
o4u if roadway, A ew lork.
EBeware of counterfeits and unprinci
pled dealers, who c:.javor to dispose ' of
their own" and 'i"otljer" articles oa the
reputation attained by
Helmbold's Genuine Preparations,
do do Extract Bachu,
Helmbold's Genuine Extract Sarapari!!a.
do jlo Improved Rose Wash.
I fSold by all Druggists evervwhe
Ask for Helmbold's. "Take no othr .Cot
oat the Advertisement and setiS'for it.'and
avoiil imposition and exposure. . s
. Doc. mbef 9, l863.-ly. "
2.. jHAITG- holsl,
Vril. R K00NS-.Proprietor
. . P'L00.11ULtRG PA.
HPHIS magnificent Hotel, situate in the
i-euirai potiion oi me iown, and . cp-
posite tne ,ourt Housej dip been thoroughly
repaired ."and refurnished, and the Proprietor
in 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 liauors
. ? - . '
Atientise ostlers will always be on hard
anu nis siaoung is tne most extensive in
Ibis section of country. Omnibuses vnl
always be in readiness to Tngvey passsn
gerslo and from the Railroad Depots.
; - WM. 5. KOON3.
Bloomsburg, Jo!y:4, 1560 . ' - -
AVhoesale and Uctuil.
THE subscriber would announce to the
citizens of Bloomsburg and vicinity,
that he( i selling LIQUORS in large ard
small quantities, and at different piires, it
his New Store, on Main street, r-
north side, two doors south of jVj
Iron street, Bloomsburg. His
-lock of Foreign and Domestic v-'--
consists of Cognac and Rochelle. Blackber
ry, Ginner, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
Old Rye gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and aiiy quaLtity of
common. He also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras," Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wines; and last but not least, a
quantity of good double extrv BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell at the
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
fullv solicited to give his liquor a trial.
D. W. ROB BINS, Ag't.
Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861.
'WYOMING IMURAN! E COMPANY,
. OJfice over the Wyoming Bank,
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS, I25,C0O.
. I v Will insure against loss or damage
by Fire on property in town or country, at
DIRECTORS, G. M Hollenback, John
Reiehard, Samuel VVadhams, D L Shoe
maker, Daniel G. Driesbach, R. C. Smith
R. D. Lacoe, G. P. Steele, W. W. Ketcham'
Charles Dorrance, W. S. Ross, George M
Harding. G. M. IIOLT.ENBACII, Pres't.
D. L. SHOEMAKER, V. Pres't.
R C. SMITH, Secretary,,
W. G. STERLING, Treasurer
L II. CONOVER. Agent,
BrfHCti Haven, Pa.
December 2d, 1863 ly.
RE VOL UTIOX IN HIGH PRICES!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
srS2JiC& U.lOIEi: sOD
AT PETER EXT'S STORE IN
LIGHT STREET, COL. CO.
JT-TAS j'jst received from the eatern cilies
anil is now opening at the
a splendid assortment of
which will be told cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE !
His stock consiMS of Ladies Dress Good,
choicest styles and latest fashions.
SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS. &U.
COTTON A I) ES,
COOTS AXD SU0ES, H ATS and CAPS,
In short everything usually kept in a
The patronage of his old friends, and
the public generally, is lespectfully so
licited. The highest market price paid for coun
try produce. PETER EXT.
Light Street, May 1. 1864.
JYcid Stock of Clothing.
Spring and Niu:i:in r Goods.
iNYll ES at ention to his .stock of cheap
and fashionable Clothing at his Store, or
MjIIN street, bloomsburg,
two doors above the American House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelpnia, a full assortment of
ItScn ant! Boy's Moth ins,
includiug the most fahionab!e, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
Pox, Sack, Frock f Gum end Oil Clcth
Coats, and Pants,
of all sfrts, siiss, and color3. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter Shawls; striped, figured and
plain Vests, shirts, cTavats, stocks, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy
- N B He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Cloths and
Vesling3, which he is prepared to make up
to order, into aiy kind of clothing on very
short notice and in the best of manner
All his clothing is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
A N D
Ot every Description, Fine andCheap
His Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in ibis
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment ol Clothing, Watches, Jewelry,
&c. &c. CAVID LOWENBERG.
Bloomsburg, April 20, 1864.-
Jtlillcr's Stiwc. .
OF SPPJSG AD SOI3IEU GOODS.
'SHE subscriber has just returned from
the Citie with another large and select
$riiig c Summer floods,
purchased a't Philadelphia and New York,
at th lowest figure, and which he is
determined to sell on as modera'e terms as
can be procured elsewhere in Bloomsbarg.
n is siock comprises
dLadies Dress Goods,
of the choiresi styles and lite- fashions.
lf 2) C O 2 H QZ S3a
H ARD W ARK. QUEENSWaRB.
CEDAR WARE. HOLLOW-WARE,
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, &c , &c.
In short, everything usually kept in country
stores; to which he invites the public gener
The highest price will be paid for coun
try produce, in exchange for goods.
STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bloomsborg, May ll, 1864. -
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New York. '
IVortli Central Railuay.
TIM E TALB E.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the
North ar.d West Branch of the Susquehan
na, Eimira, and all of Northern New York.
On and after Monday, April 20th, 1863,
the Passenger Trains of the North Central
Railway will arrive and depart from Son
bury, Harrisbure nd Baltimore, as follows:
C TTn I irr? inn
Mail Train leaves Sur.burj daily
eweui Sundays, at 10.10 a m.
Leaves Hairi-burg, 1.15 p.m.
Arrives at Balinnor-, 5.35 41
Express Tfa;n leaves Sunbiiry daily
except Sundays, at 1 1 07 p.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg.except Monday 2.00 a.m.
Arrives at Baltimore daily except
Monday, at . 6.15 a.m.
Accommodation leaves Harrisb'rg 6,30 a.m.
NOR Til TFJ3RD.
Mail Trail leaves Baltimore daily
except onnaays at 9.15 a m
Leaves Harrisbnrg-, 1.15 p m
Arrives at Sunbury, 4.05 pm
Expiess Trains Baltimore daily, 9.15 "
Arrives at Ha'risburg, 1.35 a.m
Leaves Harrisb'rg except Monday ,3.00 '
Arrives at Sunbnrv. 5.38 '
For further particulars apply at the office.
I. N DUBAKRY, Supt.
Harrisburg, Aug 8, 1863.
U C IIOITCR,
SIKGKO I DEATIST,
I ESP EC FULLY offers his
professional services to the
ladies & gentlemenol Blooms
burg and vicinity He is prepared 10 attend
10 all the various operation in Dentisiry,
nd is provided wnS tbe Ulest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will Ue in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
Mineral plate and block teetb manofac
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
A superior ;: ::Me of Tooth Powders, al
ways on fcand. . Ibperations on the teeth
Residence and Oifice, a few doors above
the Court I? sa, same side.
Bloomsbu.j, Ang. 19 1858. J
THE SINGER SEWIG MACHINES.
fUR Letter A Family Sewing Machine is
VfaB, ainin, world-wide renuiaiion; li
is beyond douD, ,he begt aDd cheapest and
m0P, beautiful of all Family Sewing Ma
chines vet offered to the public. No other
Family Sewing Machine has so many use''
fol appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tucking, Gaihering, Guaging, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, and so forth. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity tor a great variety of work. It will
sew all kinds of cloth, and with all kinds of
thread,, Great and recent improvement
nake our Family Sewing Machine most
reliable, and most durable, and most cer
tain in action at all rates of speed. It
makes the interlocked stitch, which is the
best stitch known. Any one. even of the
most ordinary capacity,can see, at a glance
how to use the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are finished in chaste and exquisite style.
The Folding Case of the Family Ma
chine is a piece of cunning workmanship
of the most useful kind. It protects the ma
chine when not in use, and wheti about to
be operated may be opened as a spacious
and substantial table to sustain the work.
While some of the Cases, made out of the
choicest woods, are finished in the sim
plest aud chastest manner possible, others
are adorned and embelished in the most
costly and superb manner.
It is absolutely necessary to see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to judge of
its great capacity and beauty.
It is fast becoming as popular for family
sewing as our Manufacturing machines are
for manufacturing purposes.
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
silk twist, thread, ueedles, oil, etc., of the
very best quality.
Send for a Pamphlet.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
458 Broadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. 810 Chestnut St
N. S. Tingley. Agent, in Espy, Pa.
A. J. Evans, Agent, in Bloomsburg.
Nov. 11, 1863.
IVCWYOP.K NAFF DEPOT
71 imiiam Street, Nno York,
. A. GRSGOfr
Size and Prices of IAMe's Fire-Proof
O UTSID E:
Hei'ht. Width. Depth.
No 1- 24 20 20
No 2 26 22 24
No 3 30 24 24
No 4 32 28 24
No 5 34 31 24
No 6 40 31 24
No 1 ,17 11
No 2 19i 13
No 3 21 15
No 4 22 18
No 5 24 21
No 6 31 21
Number 1 S50 CO Number 4
do 2 60 00 I do 5
do 3 70 00 I do 6
November 1 1, 18f3
1 rll Clrts Farm-rs Magazine lor I'm
1861, The Pennsvfvania 1SG4.
FAIUlEftt & GAKDEER,
AND RURAL AFFAIRS,
Edited and Published by
WILLIAM S. 10 UN G & CO.,
52 North Sixth Stree;, Philadelphia.
Terms : .One Dollar a year.
The Sixth Volume commences with Jan
5 I A V1NG obtained the services of emi--nent
and practical Agriculturists, Horti
!uluiri1s. Siock Breeders and Bee keepers,
we confidently offer the current Volume at
one of the besi ever issued for originality,
practical thought and reliable inlormation,
Feb. "24, 1864-
Old Tilings liccomc icw,
The undersigned would beg leave to in
form his old friends, and "ihe rest of man
kind," that he has lately returned Irom the
service ol his country, and again re- 0i
opened his O L D EST A BLIS H- frA
with a view of making up entire new gar
ment, as well as mending old ones, for all
mankind, and any body ele, who may
favor him with their work in bis line.
He i 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, all, that these times 1
require money, or something to live upon,
he therefore hopes and trusts, that when
he has done hi part, his customers will
do theirs, by furnishing the "reafiy John,"
or ready trade. For truly the "Laborer is
worthv of his hire."
Bloomsburg, Sept. 10 1862.
A CARD TO THE SUFFERING.
SWALLOW two or three Hogsheads of
Buchu, Tonic Bitters. Sarsaparilla, Nervous
Antidotes, &c, &c., &c, and after you are
satisfied with the result, then trv one box
ot OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH
SPECIFIC PILLb, and be restored to
health and vigor in less than 30 days.
They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, prompt and salutary in their effects
on the broken down and sha'tered consti
tution. Old and young can take them with
advantage. Imported and sold in the U.
S. only by JAS. S. BUTLER,
No. 427 Broadway, New York,
tlT Agent for the United Slates.
P. S. A box of the pills, securely pack
ed, will be mailed to anv address on
receipt of price, which is ONE DOLLAR,
post paid, money refunded by the Agent
if entire satisfaction is not given .
July 20. 1864. 3m.
I STOHNER would respectfully annou-
nee 10 the citizens of Bloomsburg and
vicinity, that he has just opered an
over his Coniectionary Store, 1 door above
the Post Office, in Bloomsburg, where he
will serve up Ice-Cream, of the most choice
flavors, every evening, during the Summer
months, at the most reasonable rates.
ZW Parlies and Families can be accom
modated with the ar;icle upon short nonce
Give him a call. B STOHNER,
Bloomsburg, Apr. 27, '64.
. HENRY ROSENSTOCK.
rOOMS in ihe Third Story ol the Ex-chanc-e
Block, (entrance above the
Book Store,) Bloomsburg, Colombia coun
Nov. 23, 1859- ly.
fetSi l fe-fc SECOND HAND
INVALID SOLDIER NATIONAL HOME
585 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
MIRROR OP THE RZ
The Most Complete and Magnificent
War Exhibition Extant.
Devoted to ralsi g Funds for a Na
100,000 TICKETS, AT $1 EACH.
A DONATION of m.720 m Valuable Prop,
erty to the Ticket Holders.
JOSIAH PERHAM, Agent for the Pro
prietors, has the honor to announce a plan
for creating a fund for ihe founding of a
National Institution, to be a home for lu
valid, disabled, discharged soldiers.
The original sumber of Tickets issued
for this object was 100,000, one third of
which have been aheady disposed of in
Boston, Mass. where the enterprise was
Each of the One Dollar Tickets is good
for Four Admissions to the Mammoth
MIRROR OF THE REBELLION,
at 585 Broadway, New York City, or
wherever else exhibited.
One half of the profits of the entire sale
will be exclusively devoted and donated
to the above named patriotic object.
According to the original advertised
plan, a Mass Meeting of the ticket hold
ers was held in Fanenil Hall, Boston, on
Nov., 4th, and an adjourned meeting at
the same place on Dec'., 16ih. The fol
lowing named gentlemen were elecied as
a Board of Trustees, to receive the funds
which may accrue "lrom the novel enter
prise, and to appropriate the same to this
object in accordance with the plans of the
originator ; Gen John S. Tyler, Boston;
his Excellency Governor James Y. Smith,
of Rhode Inland; Hon. Geo Briggs of New
York ; his Excellency Gov. A.G. Curtin of
Pennsylvania; Major Gen N. P. Banks, cf
Mass., Major Gen. O. O. Howard of Maine:
his Excellency Gov. Richard Vales', of
To speedily accomplish this great ob
ject, every wise means will be used by
the projector to effrid the immediate sale
of the tickets; and he calls upon the loyal
and humane to assist earnestly in carrying
(his noble undertaking forward to a trium
Neither its importance, nor its feasi
bility, can be called in question. Let the
people but respond in a spirit worthy 0
the project, and no obstacles shall delay
Making the proposition in good faith,
and ready to devote his whole energies to
Ihe great work, the projector firmly be
lieves the tide of popular iavcr will flow
in the desired direction, and accomplish
the founding and insure the creation of a
permanent National Institution, which
shall be an alnm for the retired soldier,
whose loss of health or limb is his diplo
ma for heroic services performed in his
country's cause, and which shall go down
to the future generations a blessing 10 man
kind and an enduring monument to the
liberality ol the loyal people.
Bv containing this enterprise with a
public place ol amusement ci such well
established high character and merit, the
subsciiber to the fund, while giving his
motey for the promoiion of a great char
ita'ole design, may receive a full equiva
lent for the outlay in witnessing this
splendid seri of Paintings.
ATTARACTIVE BOUNTY TO PUR
CHASER. To effec' the speediest possible sale of
these tickets, so that unnecessary expense
may be saved, and tha National Home
Fund proportionately increased, a further
inducement is offered as a ooonty to pur-cha-er.
As soon as the tickeis shall have been
sold, in addition to one half the profits, as
aforesaid the . following described prop
erty will be donated to the ticket holders,
and placed in the hands of their Trustees,
a distinct board having been cbosen for
that purpose, at the mass meetings held
a above stated, and hich consists of the
followir g genilemen who, on receipt of
the property, will dispose q( ihe same, by
lot, or otherwise, as the ticket holders in
mass meeting may direct there to be no
violation of law in such disposal : Hon. C.
O- Rogers. Hon. C. W, Slack. Gen. Boht
Cowdin, Col. A.J Wright, John C. Hay
nes, Esq., of Boston, Johua Webster Esq.,
of Maplevillt, Mass , Isaac S. Mor.-e Esq.,
of Camhridge, Mass.
SCHEDULE OF DONATION PROPERTY
To uhiih the Vicket-holders uill be
One genteel residence in the City
ol Ro bury. Mas, vahed at S10 000
Three Piano forts, val. at ?500 each 1.500
Five piano-fortes, val. atS30Geach 1,500
Five fJold Watches, at SI00 each, 500
Fifty Gold Watches, ai S50 each, 2,500
Two shares in ihe Boston aud Wor
cester Railroad, a1 SI30 each, 260
Two shares in ihe Boston and Maine
R R. valued at 130 each, 260
Two shares in the Merchants' Bank,
Boston, at S100 each, 200
Six thousand Gold Unh.n Medals
valued at S3 each, 18,000
Two Sewing Machines, at $50 each, 100
Total S34 720
Due notice will be given of the next
mass meeting of the ticket holders which
will take place in New York City
A National Home Ticket, costing ona
dollar, consists of five coupons, 'four of
which are admissions to the Mirror, good
at any time, and the other a certificate of
an interest in the" Enterprise, which the
The admision coupon may be used sep
arately, cr all at once, as suits the conve
nience of.the purchaser.
All communications on the subject, and
all orders for tickets by mail, or express,
should be directed to JOSIAH PERHAM,
Agent, 585 Broadway, New York City.
TO C LUBS.
Persons taking an active interest in this
charitable nuderuking, by getting up
clubs, will receive eleven tickets for every
ten dollars sent.
Jan. 20, 1864
THE NEW GROCERY STORE.
Just received at Erasmus New Store.
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a great variety of notions
&c, too numerous 10 mention.
"Butter, Eggs, Meal and produce gen
erally taken in exchange for oods.
A. B. ERASMUS.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 29, 1864.
WHITE MEN MUST RULE AM EE
J70RTY-EIGHT columns of reading; mtl
ter per week for Si 20 per year. Tbifc.
only New York Paper made up exclusive
ly ior conniry circulation; anu, me news
of the week, with the cattle, produce, and
other markets, carefully reported. ;
The New York Hay-Book, for 1 864.
White Men's Liberties-State Rijihis Fed
The New York Day-Book is an indepen
dent, Democratic Journal, holding with the
late Senator Douglas, that "this govern
ment is made on the white basis, by white
men, for the benefit of white men and
their posterity forever." It is a large dou
ble sheet, with forty eight columns of read
ing matter, and in all respects whether
for Markets, news. Literary or Agricultural
information is not inferior to any as a po
litical or family newspaper. In its politi
cal department, it grapples boldly with th e
real question before the American people,
and presents the only philosophy of it
which can resist the sweeping march of
Abolitionism. It is Democratic in the true
sense of the term the defender of the peo- v
pie' rights, but it is the uph'older of no par-;
ty chicanery or trickery. It is not only for
peace, but it shows how, and how only,
permanent peace can be obtained, and thu
glo-ious while man's government of Wash
ington retnredj viz: by the otter rone,'
overthrow, and extermination of Abolition
ism from American soil.
The Day Book is now the only weekly
political paper in New York city made up
exclusively for country circulation. Allthe
others are rha-hed from the columns of
some daily paper, which renders it almost
impossible to give so complete and general
a summary of the news as in the other
caae Persons about subscribing should
take this into consideration. Democrats,
ai-o, must see to it that sound papers are
circulated among the people, or abolition-,
ism will never oe put down. CP All who
desire to refute the arguments of Abolition
ists, should read The Day Book.
TERMS: One copy, one year, J2 CO;
Three copies on yea.', S5 00; Five copies,
one year, $7 50; Ten copies, one year, and
one to the getter np of the club, $14 00;
Twenty copies, one )ejr, and one to the
get er up of the Club, 24 00. Additional
copies, each Si 20:
The name of the post-office, countv", and
State, should in all caes, be plainly given
in every letter. v
Pajments always in advance, acd alt
papers will be stopped when the lime of
subscription paid lor expires.
VAN EVRIE, HOftTON & CO., ...
fc 162 Nassau 6t., New York.
Special Orders. We desire this yeaf
to place before a million of northern read--ers
the great doctrines "' The Day Book"
teaches on the question of the Races. . We
confidently believe if this Journal were
placed in the hands ol o:ie half of the vo
ters of the northern States between this time
and November, 1864, the Democrats could :
not fail to carry the next presidential elec- r
lion. We therefore make the following
offers, not in the light of prizes, ar.d not
even because it will be profitable, for we
can scarcely afford it bnt solely to secure
a wide dissemination of the view which
we profoundly believe will save our coun
try . Clubs of Twenty. For a club of 20,
besides ihe extra paper now offered, we '
will send a copy of Dr. Vu Evrie'a great
work on "negroes and negro lavery," the
third edition of which isjust ready. Price
Clubs cf Fifty. For a club or Fifty
subscribers, at 10, we will send one extra
paper, and a complete set of our Ami Abo
lition Publications," the prices oi which,
taken together, amount to S2 75.
Clubs of One Hundred. In relation
to Clubs of one hundred, we will say this:
Whoever will send us oe hundred sub
scribers at one time, the club to be sent to
one address, and begin and end at the tame
time, will receive the papers at $100.
V. E., H. fc CO.
November 18, 1863.
READING RAIL ROAD.
REAT Trunk line from the North and
North-west for Philadelphia", New
York, Reading, Pottsville,LebanoQ, Allen- -town,
Easton, &c, &c.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia
New York, Reading, Pottsville, and all in
termediate Stations, at 8 a.m. and 2 p. M.
New York Expres leaves Harrisburg at
6. oO. m. atriviug at New York at 1 45 ; the
A special accomodation Pussenges train
leaves Reading al 7 15 A. M. and returns
fronVHarrisburg at 5 P M.
Fares Irom Harrisburg: to New York
S5 15; to Philadelphia S3.35 and S2.80.
Baggage checked through.
Reiurning leave New York at 6 A. M. 12
Noou, and 7 P. M. (Pittsburgh Express,
arriving at Harrisburg at 2 A. M.) Leave
Philadelphia at 8. 15 A. M. and 3. 30 P M.
Sleeping ci,rs in the New York Express
Trams, through to and from Pittsburgh
Passengers by the Cattawissa Rail Road
leave Tamaqua at 8 50 A. M and 2. 10 P
M. lor Philadelphia. New York, and al
Trainsleave Pottsville at 9. 15 A. M. and
2. 30 P. M. for Philadelphia, Harrisburg
and New York.
An accomodation Passenger train leaves
Reading at 6. 00 A. M. and returns irom'
Philadelphia at 5. 00 P. M.
CP Ait the the above tiains run daily,
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30
A.M. and Philadelphia at 3.l5 P. M.
. Commutation, Mileage, Season, and Ex
cursion Tickets, at reduced rales to and
80 Pounds Bag;age allowed each Pas
G. A. N1CULLS,
May 2, 1864.
DR. J. R. EVANS,
rhysiclan and Surgeon,
TTAVING located permanently on Main
1 4 Street, BLOOMSBURG, Pa., would in
form the public generally, that he is pre
pared to attend to all business faithfully and
punctually thai may be intrusted to his care,
on terms commensurate with the times.
GT He pays strict attention toSargery
as well as Medicine.
November 25, 1863 -ly.
E. II. LITTLE.
Office in Court Alley; formerly occupied by
Chatles R. Buckalew.
December 28, 1859. if.
Attorney at Law
Office on Main Street, First door below
A . J. Slcaii'e Store.-
Dec iy, 1864