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Prospectus of Vol. 111. 13G5.
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Heading Pa Nov. 30, 1864.
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riety of patterns lor garments, embroidery,
LC, etc. in alt repect- we shall give
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T. S. ARTHUR &. CO
. 323 Walnut Stieet, ir'biladelphia
Noy.'23, 1884. ' '
. - , r
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION!
Watches, Chains, Diamond Rings, 4"C
ONE MILLION DOLLARS
r be sold b.r ONE DOLLAR EACH ! !
Without regard to value ! ! Not to be
paid for until yon know what you
art lo receive ! !
Sphidid List rf Article ! All fn he sold fat
USE DOLLAR EACH! I
250 Gutits' Goli hunting eae watch-?",
r 2-50 to SI 50 each
250 Ladies' Gold and enameled case
wahhe " 35 70
500 Gents' hunting case silver watches
200 Dinmond rins 50 JuO
200 Gold vest and neck chains
3000 ' " " 4
3oo0 Gold band.braceletw- 4
5000 Chased oid bracelets 5
2'00 Chatelaine chains and guard chains
7000 Solitaire and gold broochss
2000 Lava and Florentine brooches
5noO Coral, opal and emerald brooches
5000 Mosaic, jet, lava and florentine ear-
rirop 4 8
7500 Coral, opal and emerald ear drops
4000 California diamond brea pin.
2 50 10
3000 Gold fob and rest wa'tib keys
2 50 8
4000 Fob and vest ribbon slides
5000Sets solitaire sleeve buttons, studs &e.
3000 Gold thimbles, pencils, &c.
1000 Miniature lockeis 2 50
4000 " magic spring 3
30oo Gold toothpicks, &c. 2 -500'
Plain gnl t ring 4 -
5000 Chased gold rings 4
lOOuO Stone set and signet rings
2 50 10
1000 California diair ond rings
7500 Sets Ladies' jewelry, jet and gold
6009 Sets Ladies' jewelry, cameo, pearl &c
lOOOT) Cold pens, silver extension holders
and pencils 4 15
10000 Goid pens and gold mountefl hold
er 3 3,
5000 Goid pens and geld extension holders
5( 00 Silver goblets and drinking cups
3000 Silvei castor 15 50
2000 'Jilver fruit and cakeba-kets
JiOOO doz silver teaspoons SlO to 520 pr doz
5000 " " tablespoons and forks
In consqnence of -the greit stagnation
of trade in the manufacturing disiricn of
England, ttironh itie war having cut olf
ihe supply of cotton, a large junti'V r
valuable jewelry, originally intended fjr
the Eniilisfi marUet lias been sent off lor
sale in Ibis couuiry, and must be sold at i
any sacrifice. !
Under ttiesp circcmtances, Arranda'e & I
C., acting as Agents lor the principal Eu
ropean Manufacturer, have resolved upon
a GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION, subject
to the following regulations:
Cerlifjca:es, r.aming each article and it
value, are placed in Scale I En velnpe, and
well mixed. One cf tnese envelopes will
be sent by mail lo any addresj cn receipt
ol 25 cents.
AH ailic'es sold al One Drtlir tack, xrVhoul
rczard to vil-t.
On receipt cf Ihe Ceriifiea'e, on will
see what you are going to have, and then
it is at your option to send the dollar and
take the article, or nol. Purchasers may
thus obtain a gold watch, diamor.d ring, or
any set ot jewelry on our lit, for One Dol
lar, arid innocaecari !iey get le-s hs n
one dollar worth, as ihee ht no blanks.
The price of certificates is as follows:
One for 25 cents.
Five for one dollar.
Elev-n for two dollars.
Thirty for five dollar.
Sii)-five for ten dollar.
One hun.!rwd lor fifteen dollars.
Agent will b? alioweTl ibn cents on ev-
pry Certificate ordered by them, provided
heir' remittance amounts o One Dollar.
A ents will c dlect 25 cents for every Cer
MicafV, and remit 15 cenN to u, eiler in
cash or pos.ige -famp
A KUAN DALE $ CO.,
In? Irodwav, N-w-York.
iiolhcr Arrival of Goods?.
Hat, Cap and Grocer)'
73 crJ Qrr rf, Tn 0
Now in Your Time, to Buy.
HE NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
THE undersigned having ju'. returned
from the Eastern cities with a large
and full assortments of fTlStjfi
in addition to a Miperi- " I t.9J
cr STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
HATS AND CAPS,.--
comprising every soil and quality, is now
prepared to sell a little cheaper lharr can
be purchased elsewhere.
IPs'Siock ol GROCERIES are nol sur
passed in this marke', which he offer
cheat) for rah, or in exchange for GRAIN
OR PRODUCE. -
. ALSO;-Afine lot of KIDS, M0R0CCOES,
and LININGS to which he invito. tne at
tention ol Shoemakers and the pnblic.
Give him a call At Stroup's Old Stand,
on Main Street.
Rlnrersbnrg-. No'r 27 S64.
f Mlr 311LL1XEUY GC0BS
rl,U AMI WMTRft.
Mis MARY BARKLEY has jnst returned
from New York and Philadelphia with an
excellent assortment of Millinery Goods.
She has fh ery latest fishions and ihe
most approved st)lea of Ham and Bonnets,
together with ihe most tasteful lot ol Rib
bons Trimming. Give her a call and
examine for yourselves.
BlomsSurg. O"!. I?, 1K4.
DISEASES of the Nervous. Seminal,
JJrioary and Sexual Systems- new and re
liable trea'meni Hi IiepoMS ol the HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION Sent by mail in
sealed letter euvelotes, free of charge.
Address, Dr.. J. SXILLIN HOUGHTON.
Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
S'reet Philadelphia, .Pa.
Dec. ! 1R63 IV.
Consumptive' sufferers will receive a
valuable prescription for 'the cure of Con
sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all
.-..r. -T x..t'-i Jrsr.-z-Jl
CABINET WARE ROOM.
r ESPECTFULLY invites ihe attention ol
the Public to his 'extensive assortment
ofCabiiietYrniture and C 11 A IRS.fJ
which he will warrant made of good K
materials and in a workmanlike man- i '
ner. At his establishment can always be
found a good assortment of fa-hionable
furniture, which is equal in style Knd fin
ish to that ol Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at ns low prict-s. He has on hand
ot different style and
I rices, from S25 to $50. Divans Lours?,
Walnut and Mafioany. Parlor chair9,
Rockirg and eay cliairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card,
centre and oier tables, detashna.
r - - 1 7
cueneniers.wnatnois ano romoaes,'-
and all kinds of fashionable worlt. His
stock of bureaus, enclosed and common
wastiMands, dress-table., corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteadSjCane seat and common chairs is
the largest in this section of ihe county.
He will also keep a good assortment of
lookina glasses with fancy gilt and common-frames
He. will also furnish spring
matrrasses fitted to any sized bedstead,
v. Iiich are superior for durability and com
for; to any bed in use.
iloomsbnrr, Nov. 4, 1863.
ITmpoond Flnid Extract BuHiu, a posi--'iivp
and Specific Remedy for diseases
of ihe Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, and Drop
This Medicine increase" the powr of
Digestion, and excite the Absorbents into
neattny acuon. pv nn-n tne aierv or 1
Calcareons depnsiiions, and jjl Urnatnral
Enlargements are reduced, as well as Pain
arid Iflammation. -
111,1. .1i:5tH-l FXTRACT UUCIIf.
For Weaknesses arising from excesse,
t-Jamis 01 nissipation, r.Ty ir:tiiserc:ion
j of -abuse, attended with the following s)inp
I torn- :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Los of Memory, Difficulty of Dreaihig,
Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Dis
ease, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision. Pa in
in the Back, Universal Lassitude of ie
Mu-cular Svstem, Hot Hands, Flushing of
the Bodv, Pryi ess of Ihe Skin, Eruption
on the Face, Pallid Countenance.
These, symptom if allowed 10 go on,
which this medicine invariablv remove
soon fallows. IM POTENCY, FATUITY
EPILEPTIC FMS, in one of which the
Patient may expire.
v 1. .. 1 1 . . . 1 r -.
I - 1111 tff;i .mat iiiry ait- utji u cti u r u il y
followed bv those "Direful Diseases."
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware ot the canst of'theirsnf-
feruig, 4ui none will confess the Records
of the lnsame Aylums.
And melancholy Deaths by Consump
tion bear ample witness lo the Truth of the
aertion. The Constitution once effected
with Organic Weak ness reqni res the aid of
Medicine to Strengthen ar.d Invigorate the
System, which HELMl'OLD'S EXTRACT
BUCHU invariably does. Atrial will con
vince the most skeptical.
FE.M A LES.-FEM ALE S FE MALES.
In many Affections peculiar 10 Females
the Extract Buchu i uuequaled by any
other reaiedy. as in Chlorosis or Re'ention,
Irregularity, Painfnlnes, or Supp'ession
of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of 1 tie Uterus, LenchorrhcDa
or Whites, S erility, and for all complaint
incdent to :he sex, whether arj-ing from
indi-creiion Habits or Dissipation, or in
the Decline or Change ol Li:e.
Take 110 more B.uanr, Mercery, or un
pleasant Medicines lor unpleasant and
HELM FOLD'S Ex'ract Bnchu and Im
proved Rose Wash cures SECRET DIS
EASES, In all Iheir Stage, Al Bute Ex
pense, Little or no change in Diet, No
Inconvenience, And no expoure.
It cause a frequent desire and gives
strength to Uri'iate, thereby removing ob
struction, preventing ar.d coring stri.-lures
of ihe Urethra, allaying Pain and Inflam
mation, so frequent in ihe cla of disease,
and expelling all poisonous, Oisea-ed and
worn out matter.
'Jhonsands upon Thousands who have
been the victims of Quack, and who have
paid heavy fees lo be cured in a short
time, have fonnd tliey were deceived, and
lhat the "poison" has, by ihe use of '-po--erful
astringents," been dried up in the
system, to break on! in an aggravated lorno,
and perhaps afterMarriage.
Use Helmbolil's Extract Bnchu for all
affection and disease of the Urinary Or
gan, whether existing in Male of Female,
from whatever cacse originating and no
maMer of how long standing.
Disrases of these Organs require the aid
of a Diurelie. HelmboId"s Extract Bochu is
Ihe Great Diuretic, and is certain ;o have
the desired effect in al) disea-e for which
it is recornrnendeJ. Evidence of the rnosi
reliable and responsible character will ac-.
company the medicine.
Price $1.00 a Bolte,mor Six for $5.00.
Delivered lo any address, secorely packed
from observation. Describe symptoms in
all communications. Cures guaianteed !
Ad vice' gratis. Address letter lor informa
II. n. II EL51DOLIV Chemist.
104 South 10th st., bel. Chesiuut,Phi!a.
HELM HOLD'S Medial Depot,
HELMBOLDS Drug&Chem'l Warehouse,
549 IircaJtvay, New York.
Beware of counterfeits and unprinci
pled dealers, who endeavor 10 dispose ' of
their own" and ''other" articles oa the
Helmbold's Genuine Preparations,
do do Ex'ract Buchu,
Helmbold's Genuine Extract Sarsaparilla.
do do Improved Rose Wash.
ESold by all Druggits everywhere.
Ask for Helmbold's. Take no other. Cut
out the Advertisement and send for it, and
avoid imposition and exposure.
December 9, l863.-ly.
IV II. D KC0NS Proprietor
IILOOIlMil KG .PA.
THIS magnificent Hotel, situate 111 itie
central" portion of the town, and op
posite ihe Court House, his been thoroughly
repaired and refurnished, and the Proprietor
ia nav prepared to accommodate travelers,
teamsters, drovers and boarders in Ihe most
pleasant and agreeable manner. Hislabie
will be supplied with the best the market
affords,and his Bar with ihe choicest liquors,
Atteiiiise osMers will always be . 011 harid,
and Ijis stabling, is the roost extensive in
.- ior of "f-onntrv. Omnibuses wil
W Iioc.iIc niui Ccilail.
THE subscriber woulil announce tot'ie
citizens ol Clooinshnri; and .vicinity,
that he 1 selling LIQUORS in larj;e and
small quantities, and at different prices, at
hi New-Store, on Mam street, -rir-
north side, two doors soutt f jT-ft
Iron s-.reet, P.Ioorrsbnrg. Hi K';:'f4.' ip?
stock of Foreign and f):i rnsi i n tgisn:'rt'di 'v
-IS a'i SJ E E 12 G5 9
consis's of Cognac and Rochelle. Blackber
ry, "Ginger, Raspberry and. Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
Old Rye, gray with age, tine Oid Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and aiy. quantity o!
common. Ke aNo has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wjties; and lat but not least, a
quaini'y of good double exlr? BROWN
SI OUT; all of which he will sell ai the
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to give his liqnor a trial.
I). W. KOiiUINS, Ag't.
Bloomsbnrg, May 1, 1861.
wyoimm; iivsekani:: io.iipam,
OJpct over the tl'ijoming Hank,
CAPITAL AM) MUUILCS, I50,CC0.
IT? Will insure againM loss or damage
b Fire on property in town or country, ai
DIRECTORS G. M Hollenback, lohn
Reichard, Samuel Wadham, D L Shoe,
maker, Daniel G. Driesbich, R. C. Smi'h
R. D. Lacoe, G. P. Steele, W. W. Ketcham
Charles Dorrance, W. S.Ross, George M
G. M. HOLLENHACH. Tres't
I). L. SIIOEM AKKll, V. Rres't.
R C. SMITH, .Secretary,
W. G. STERLING, Treasnrer
L II. CONOVER. Agent, .
Beach Haveu, Pa.
December 2d, 1863. ly. '
JYcw Stock of Clothing.
prsn a:sd r,i;;:ts;er Goods.
T N VI l ES at eiilion to his stock of c heap
and lasli io:able Clothing at his Store, or
JW IX H TREE T, 11 1. 0 OMSB UR G .
two doors above the Jimtrican House,
where he ha just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
IfScn and Koy's IcIIiii?,
including tfie mosi f;ihinnab'e, tliri.b'e and
handsome. DRESS GOODS, coiii in.' of
llox, isuck, frock) Gum and Oil CIolL
Coats, and I'anls,
of all sorts, sii:es, and colors. He also ha
replenished hi already rtrge stock of Fail
and Winter Shawl-; striped, figo:ed and
plain Vests, shins, cravat, stock-, collar,
handkerchief., gloves, suspenders and fancy
N B lie Iifs constantly on hand a !arge
and well selected assortment of Cloth and
Vesticgs, which he i prepare I to make np
to order, ihto-a iy kind ol i lo hi'ig on very
short notice and in the bet of manner.
A II his clothing is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
eif in this
Ol every Description, rine and
every Description, Fine
His Case of Jewelry is not siirpa
place. Call anil examine his general as
sortment of Clothing, Watches. Jewelry,
&f.fcf. r AVID LOW EN BERG.
Bloomsburg, April 20, IPfil.
Lcciava;;::a & iIrjo;a?I.'i rg il. it.
TWO DASLY THAEftS.
ON an lalter Mondjy, December 2Gth,
1S64, Passenger Train wi 1 run as fol
STATIONS. MAIL. PASSENGR.
Northumberland, 8 c;0 a m 5 00 em
Danville, 8 40 . 5 40
Rupert, 9 C5 6 25
Bloomsburg, 9 45 6.35
Berwick, 10 25 7 30
Shikshinny, 11 10 8 15
Kingston, 12 15 PM 9 15
Wor:.ing, 12 50 9 35
Pillson, 1 05 9 50
Scranmn, 1 50 10 25 pat
Great B-n 1, 6 40 " "
New Yok, " 5 50
Easton, " 2 45
rPt:iIade!phia 6 30
Scrantoti, 6 00 a in 4 20 pm
Pittston, 0 30 00
Wyoming, fi 15 5 45
Kingston. 7 00 5 30
Sf.ickshinny, 7 55 C 45
Berwick, 8 35 7 30
-Bloomsburg, 9 15 8 25
Rupert. 9 23 8 25
Danville, 10 GO 9 15
Northumberland, 10 40 10 00
Wi!!imsport, 6 30 pm 200 am
H.rrisburg, 1 i0 1 25
Baltimore 5 40 7 00
Washington. 9 05 10 35
Ptiiladelpt ia, 5 40 5 00
The shone? and rnosi direct route to the
West and the Oil Region!
Trains ol the Ph dadelphia a-nd Erie R-il
road Irfave NonhumberUud everv monrr;
ing for Erie, arriving ih.ere the afternoon of
ihe same day to connect wuh Train for
Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago, And ail otfier
pond West, connecting ai 'orry with all
Train on me Oil Creek Railroad.
Passergers for Train 3, can leave New
York via The Delaware, Lack wanna aud
We-iern R. R. at 9 00 A. M., thereby
reaching all poin.s on ihia Rjad the same
II A. FONDA, Supt.
Kingston, Dec. 20, 1S64.
r3MIE undersigned would respecihlly nn--
nounce to ihe citizen ol Bloomsburg,
and the public generally, lhat he is running
AnOJINlBUS LINE z
between this place and ?v&$tf.i2SZjL
. the d:flerenl Rail Road tmmr-,
Depots, daily, (Sunday exceptfcd to con
nect with. the seieral trains going bou'li
and Weston the C'atawissa & Willi am sport
Kail Roaf, and with thoe going Nonh and
Sooth o'i'the. Lack. & Bloomsburg Roadi
His OMNIBUSES ire in good condition,
commodious and comlotrable. and charges
reasonab'e. C? Persons wishing to meet
or see iheir friend tlepart, can be accom
modated, upon reasonable chargps, by leav
ing timely no'ice at nv of theHoteis.
JACOB L. GIRTON, Proprietor.
Bloomsburg April 27, ISol.
MTVWSt'S RE R 0.
THE SINGSK SEPIXG BIACIIIXES.
lUR Letter A Farn.ly Sowing Machine is
-'tasi uaii'in-i w orld vv ii!e repn tat ion . It
is beyond douM the best and cheapest and
most beautiful of ail Fanjily Si?wiig Ma
chines yet offered lo the public. No odir
Family Sewing Machine has so many use
fcl appliances tor Hemming, Binding, Fed
ing, Tockirrg, G.nhering, Ga-iging, Braidic.g
Embroidering, Cording, and so lorth. No
other Family Seiviug Machine ha so mm h
capacity lor a great variety .f work. It will
sew all kinds of cl h, and with all kinds ol
thread. GreaP and recent iinpriiveinentn
.nake our Family Sewing Mxi-hoie most
reliable, and most durable, and most cer
tain in action at nil ra'es of speed. It
makes the interlocked stncli, which i the
best stitch krown. Any one. of Hie
most ordinary capacity,can see, at a glance
how to use the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are fiii-hed in chaste and exqii:e s'j le.
Tl.e Folding Cie of the Family Mrf
chiue is a piece of cunning worlwmanhip
of tt.e most useful kind, li proiecis the ma
chine when net in use, ami when about to
be operated may be opened as a spacious
and substantial table to sirstain the work.
While some of the Case, made out of Ihe
choicest woods, are fini-hed in ihe sim
plest aud chas;esi manner possible, otiiers
are adorned and embelished in the most
cotly ami superb mariner,
eft is absolutely necessary to see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to j-uige ol
its great capacity ar.d beauty.
It i fas', becoming as popita for family
sewing as our Manufacturing machines are
lor manufacturing purpos-TF.
The Branch Office ate well supplied with
silk twist, thread, needle, oil, etc., of the
very be-t quality.
Send for a P.irnph'e'.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO,
4r.S Bioadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. I0 Cnesinut St
N..S. Tingley. Agent, in Espy, Pa.
A. J. Evan-, Agent, in Bloomsburg.
Nov. 11, 18(53.
OEd Thing ISrcoiuc IV ew,
The undersigned would beg leave to in
form his old friends, and "ill rest of man
kind," thai he has lat-ly returned Iroin Ihe
serv ii etif his country, and ag..in r-
opened hi O L D E S T A H L I S 11- n
E D T A I L O R I N G S A L O O N , l--s
with a view ol making u;) eniire new g-.ir-rren's,
as well as mending oM ones, for nl!
mankind, and any body el-e. who muj
favor hnn with their work in hi line.
Ilc i prepared to do work pEAT, Fah
IONABLE and SUBS IAN "l I A L, and hope
bv so d ding, and strict attention lo bnsine-s
'o merit and receive a ifue share of patron
age. But remember, i.ll, that-thee limp
require rr.oney, or somelhi"g to live upon,
he therefore hope and tru-l, that when
lie ha done hi part, hi, customer will
do theirs, by furnishing the "ready John,"
or ready trade. For truly the "Laborer is
worthv ol his hire."
Bloomsburg, Sept. 10 lfC2.
A CAIID TO Tl'U SITFKUING.
SVVALLOW two or. three Hogsheads of
B icliu, Tonic Bitters. Sarsaparilla, Nervou
iinidotes, &.i; , &c , &c., and alieroii iire
s-di-fi-'d vvii'i H e re.il!, iheii tiv one box
ot OLD DOCTOR BUCIlANrS ENGLISH
."SPECIFIC PILL, and be re.torl" to
heaith un.l vigor in less than SO days.
They are pure')' vegetable, pleasant, to
laic, prom;)! and salutary ii Iheir eilect
on the br ken doA'ti and s!ia'tere. cousm.
tii'ion. Oid and young can take iher't wii'.
alvan'age. Imported ,yi,l id i'i the U.
S.T.nly ty 3 AS. S. CUTLER,
No. 427 Broadway, New Ycrk,
lvAgciii lorttie Umted Sta'e.
P. S. A box of ilie p lis, securely pack
ed, will Le mauled to ant ad're n
receipt of price, wn ch i- ONE DOLLAR
po-t aid, inonev refunded bvthe Agept
il entire -t:-la-tion is not given .
July 20lcR 1 3:n.
EDITOR OF THE STAR,' Dear Sir:
Wi'h your permission I wis'i to -ay to t!ie
readers of your pper th ii I will nit. b
return mail, to a,! who wih (lr--c) a R-
cire. wiih full direcion (or making and
using a simple Yegetab'e Br.lm. that will
effectually remove, in ten t!as. pimple.-.
blotctie, Tan, Freckles, and ail i-rip-iriiie-of
the sk:n, leaving Ihe same -ojr, cle-,(r.
s.noo'h ai d lenuful. I will alo
Iree to those having Bald HeJ, or bare
Faces, simple direction and information
lhat will enable the'ti to s'art a fuil grnw'h
luxuriant hair, whiskers, or a mcustache,
in le than 3t day.
All applications answered by return mail
without charge. Respectfully vonr,
TI IOS K. C H A PM A N ,'Che m i t .
fc31 Broadway, New York.
July 20, 1864 3m.
TVordi central Ilailivav.
TIME TA LB E .
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from th
North and West Branch of t! e Susquehan
na. Elmira, and all of N'cr'iiern New York.
On and afier M.oridav, Ar.nl 20 :h, f63,
the l'as-engr Trains ol ihe N'nrdi Cei trai
Railway will arrive arul depart from Sun
bury, Harrisburg m d Baltimore as follows:
Alaii Train leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at . 10.10 a m.
Leaves Hairi-burg, 1.15 p.m.
Arrive at Baltimore, 5.35 lt-
Express Train leaves Sunbury daily
excej.l Sundays, at 1 1 07 p.m.
Leave Harris!;rg, except ?.Ionday 2.00 a.m.
Arrives at Baltimore iltn'y except
Monday, s:t fi. 15 a.m.
Accommodation leaves Ilarrisb'rg 6.30 a.m.
NORTH j r.i RD.
Mail Trail leaves Baltimore daily
except Sui days at 9.15 a rn.
Leaves llarribnrg, 1.15 p r;i.
Arrives at Sunbury, . 4.05 p m.
Expies Trains Babimnre daily, 9.15 "
Arrives at ila'risburg, 1.35 a.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg except .Monday ,3.00 "
Arrive al Sunbury, 5.3S '
For further parlicn'ar appiv af t;.e r ffiee.
I. N DU BARRY, Supt.
Harrisburg, Aug 8, G3.
13 c I2;vx:i5,
SIRGEO?.' 15 K TEST.
I EbPECFULLY olfers his
pioiessiunai services q uie
T L ldie. A- Ten I le ill en n t Iilnnjn.
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
10 all ihe various operations in Dentistry,
an.' 1 provided with the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEKHI,. which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural.
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
A superior article of Tooth Towders, al
ways on band. All operations on the teeth
- " -PKRESA.Tr?S
IXVJiLI SGLDIKSl KAT1CXAL' K03IE
5 8 5 B RO A D W A Y N E W Y O R K.
mm mL uvi
2al t I-
The Jilol (?njdtte and Magnijicint
War Exhibition Extant.
Bcvotctl to raisi g Funds for a Na
100,000 flCKEIS, AT Sl EACH.
A DOXA1ICN of$3 720 ; Valua'le Prop
city to the Ticket Holders.
JOS1AII PERU AM, Agent fcr the Pro
prietors, has ihe honor to announce a plan
forcreaiii g a fund lor il.e founding of a
National Institution, to be a home for In
valid, disabled, discharged soldier.
The original sumber of Tickets issued
for l h is ol jeel was 100.0(0. one third of
which fr.e been already disposed of in
Boston, Mass. where the enterprise was
Each of the Cne Dollar Tickets is good
for Four Admis-ions to the Mammoth
MIRROR" OF THE REBELLION,
at Wo Broadway, New York City, or
wherever else exhibited.
One half of the prcfii of the entire sale
will be exclusively devoted and donated
to the above named palrio'ic object.
According to the original advertised
plan, a Mas Meeting of the tif-ket hold
er was held in Fanenii Hall, Boston, on
Nov., 4ih, and an , adjourned meeting at
ihe same place on Die., l5ih. "The fol
lowing named gentlemen were elected as
a Bo-inl of '1 rnstee, to ' receive the funds
which ir.ny ncri.e from Ihe novel enter
prise, atrd to appropriate tho same to this
object in accordance with the plans of the
originator; Gen John S. Tjler, Br ston :
hs Excellency Governnr!( mes. Y. Smith,
of Rhode -land; lion. Geo . Briggs of New
York his Excellency Gov. A.G. Curtiu of
Pennsylvania. Majn-Geti N. P. Bnks, cf
Mas., M.ijor Gtu.-0. O. Howard o! Maine,
his Evcriier.cy Guv. Richard Yaie, of
To speedily accomplish this great ob
ject, eery wise meatis will be used "by
the pK'jecir.r to efi"ct t.'ie immediate sale
Ol the tickets; and. he call- v nit 'he ny:i
and humane to assist earne-tlj- in carrying
this noble u ndei taking forward to a triutri
Nei.her i's itn por'arce, nor it feai
bi! -tj. can be called i n qnetioti. Let the
peojde ltit respond in a "spirit worthy oj
the project, and no obstacles frha!l del.iy
it f-ensi; ki rn at inn .
Making the proposition in good fai:h.
and ready to devote hi- whole energies lo
the great work, Ihe projector firmly be
lieve the tide of popular favor wiil flow
in the ('e.-ired direction, and accomplish
the loundi' g and insure the crertiion "of a
pTm;:ueni National Institution, which
shall be an a-lnm lor the retired sol tier,
w ho-e lo of heaUh or 1 1 nt b is bis diplo
ma lor, heroic services performed in hi
country's cause, and which shall go do vn
io the 1 1, 'n re genera' ion s a bl e-ing I o man
kind a nil an enduring; nic,,iu:i;e:it io the
liberaii V ot the loyal p.rople.
Bv ci-u'T ii.H.g tins enterprise with
pMiblic puce ol atriuseiiienl ol such weiii
e-tabli-lied high -;;arac;er and it'eri',- Ihe i
si:bsc;iber to i,e fund, wlnle giving hts !
rno'.e) for Itie prorrtoiion ot a great char-
itaote dc-tgn, in
ay receive a lii'l equiva- I
lent for tt.e
on 1 lav if. witnessing tins'
snVndid -erje f. Pointing.
ATTARACHYE I OUNTY TO PUR
CHASER. To effect the sppilie-t pos-.ibl srJe cf
thes'j ticket, so tdat n o uece-sa ' v ex pen
mav be Si.vct. ;ir..-! (lie National H one
P'Oju r" 10:1 :e:y increase.), a -iU'tiiPr
ii.c!iic?riitr.t is tufered a a .munty b; j;ur-
As soon f.th tickets shall l-ave been
sni.l. in a t ii;i"ii lo oi.e fia'f the t'r-)ti:s. as
.ilores.ii! the following de-critie.l proji.
city will be d tni e l to the ticket holders,
an. I p.'.iced in the !in'id ot tfieil Trntee,,
adis'im-t boar! having been chosen- lor
that pi.rno-e.at t!e rn.. meeting held
a above sta'ed. and a hich co?i-t; of the
tollov. ; g ge 1, 1 1 e in-1 n wno, mi receipt o!
the piopeMy, w ill t'lsj.o-e ol ti,e s..me, by
o:, or oiberwise, a 1'ie ticket holders in
mas n.e. t'i'g may direct '.here to e no
violation of luw in such disposal : Ho i. C.
() Rogers. IL.-i. C. W. Sl.u k. Gen. Bold
Cowdi.KOd. A.J Wr-ghr, Job-, C Hay
ue. l'.-q., ot !;o-'.n:i, Ji')h iia Web-:er Eq.,
rf M.r.deville, M.j-s , ls,4o S. Mor-e Esq.j
of Canibridge, M ,isi.
SCHWULK OF DONATION PROPERTY
To iv huh the 7 i(I.it-ho!hi3 u'ul br
One gMi!cel residence in the City
ol Rn. bury. Mas, valued at SlO 000
Three Piano fori, val. a! r-5iiM each l.f.i'O
Five piano-lor'es, va I. ai 1 3 G ch 1,.?( 0
Five (Jid I Watches, at Slf.O each,
I'i'iy G"i i Wa;c';ec, at e.-ich,
Two -h;tr-e in the Bo-ion and Wor
cester Railroad, 5130 each. 2C0
Two snares jr; Hie B-i'-n ;wid Maine
K R. valued at 1130 each, 2C0
Two si are- in t.e Merchants' Bank,
r.otnn, at S-li 0 each, 200
Six thousand Gold Union Medal
valued ai ? 3 each, 18,000
Two Sewing Macl.i.ies, at 550 each, 10
Total, 534 720
Due noiice will be git en of the next
mass meeting of the ticket holders whic'l
will take place in New York City
A National Home Ticket, costing on.
dol.'arj consist of five coupon, tour ot
which nre ;u!ir-i-sions to the .Mirror, good
at ai-v tin e, and 'h otfier a certificate of
an interest in ihe Enterprise, which the
purchaser rct.i- s.
T.ke adrnisti.n coupon may be used sep
arately, or nil at once, as suits the conve
nience of the. purchaser.
AH communication on the subject, and
all order for tickets by mad. or express,
stmuld be directed to "jOSlAH PF.RHAM,
Agent, 55 Broadway. New Yoik City.
'TO CLUBS. '
Person taking an active interest in this
charitable un-lert k ing, cy getting up
clubs, ivll receive elevei tickets lor every
ten do'lar sent.
J ut. 20. 1MI1
AD3il. ISTilATBll'S K 0 Tit 1
Estate o Tim. E. Eolbert tale of
Jcckcon township, Coluinlia County
J ETl'ER.S of admini'trn'inn on the es
"'tate of Wi!liat:i E. lUbberts, late ol
JrfCkrO-i iwp., Col un.t i 1 t I r t : d.
have Leecn grat ted b tl.e Register of Co
lumbia county to Abranam Yonng. of
Ben'on towi s,.p(said county. All i-ersons
having claims agatn-t the est;-t of the de
cedent are teqt.s e 1 10 pres-ut t'.em to
tf-p adiiii::itra;)r jor se'tlttrien1, and those
indebted to tSe es ate aie req.iired to make
payment lo the under-igred forthwith .
'ABRAHAM YOUNG, Jlm'r.
Benfon tvp-, Nov. 9. 1S64 6w. -2..
j:yffr-7tnv yrprx y
" 10 KLl.
I ROY" IN THE. BLOOD.
It i well known 10 ihe medical profes
sion that Iron is the vi ul Principle or Life
Element r.l 1 1.0 f lood. - This is derived
chiefly from the food we eat : but if the
toed is nol properly digested, or if, frorn
any cause w lia e ver, the necessary qnan
lity of iron is not taken into the circulation
or beccmes reduced the whole system suf
Iprs. The bad blond will irritate ihe heart
-will clog up the lungs, will stupefy ihe
brain, will obstruct ihe liver, and will end
its disease producing elemems to all part
of the sjs'em, and every one u:ll suffer in
whatever oigan n ay be pred sposed 10 dis
ease. The great v alue of
IRON AS A MEDICINE .
I well Ki o n and ackna-i ledged by a II
medical n en. The d .fficuby has been to
obtain such a prepara ion of ii as will en.
ter ihe circulation and assimilate nj onc
with the blood. Tnis point, says Dr Hayes
M assac h u set's State Chemist, has been at
tained in ihe PeruviairSyrun. bv rnmhm,.
lion iu a wav before unknown
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a protected solution of ihe ProtojriJg
of lr-n. A new discovery in medicine that
strikes at iheRnoi ol Disease by suppfy
ing he blood wiih its Vital Principle or
Lile E.ement I rot.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP '
Cnrs Dispepsia, Liver 'Compaj,,!, Drop.ey
Fver and Ague, Loss of energy Low
Spirits. ' '
THE PERUVIAN SIT. UP
infuses strengih, vigor, Hnd new life into
ihe system, auo builds up an "Iron Conaii
tutiou." THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Nervous Affections, Female Com
plaint, and all disease of ihe Kidnera
and Madder. J
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a Spevific for all disease orieinatina in
a bad state of ihe blood, or accompanied
by Debility cr a low state of the system.
Pamphlets containing certificate of
cures and lecom mendai ions from some of
the most eminent Physician. Clergymen
ami others, will be tent FREE to any ad-
W e select a few of ihe names io show
the character of the Jetimon tats.
John E. Wdliams. E-q , President of ih
ileiropo I'an Bank. N.Y. x
Rev Abe! Sevens. dte Kditor Chritio
Advocn-e &. Journal.
Rrv P. Church, Editor N. V. Chronicle.
Lev. John Pierpont, Rev. Warren Bnrot-i
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller. Rev. Gordon Bob
bins. Bev. SUvanns C,bb, Rev. T. Starr
l.'iog. Rev. Epl.r.-um Nme. Jr., uv. J0sehp
H Clinch. Rev H-rirv Upham, Rev. P. C
Hexdlcy, R-v. Jonn W. Olmstead. Lewis
J hn-on, M. D . Rowell ICinney, M. D
S K Ke.,4.,!!, M D., W R Chishorr.,M d'.
i-raicis Dana, M. D . Jeremiah Sioue,M.
D, Jo-e Antonio Snitches, M. D, A. A.
Haves. M. D , Abraham Wendell, M. D.)
J. R. Chilton. M. D., H. E. Kinney, M. I)
Piepared by N L (lark & Co. exclu
sively tor J. P. DINSMORE.N... 491 Broad
way, Now York. Sold by all DruggiM.
UcilOinS i:i!ia Salve !
FURH YEARS EXPERIENCE ha JuH
ly esiafdi-bed tt.e supermriiy ot
BEDDINGS RUSSIA SALVE
Over l other healing preparation
It cures' all kinds ol S nes, Cms, Scald.
Burns. B ul-, Ulcer, Salt Rnenm. Erj.ij
eh, Sues, Piles, Corns, S;.re Lp-, So"
Ee-. :r ., removing ihe pain at ooce, and
reducing ihe most. angry looking swelu.g..
:iud it:fl i" a'-oti as if hy mugn.
ONLY 2 5 CENTS A" BOX.
For sale by J. P. DINSMORE. No. 491
Broadway, New V..rk, S W. FO ALE e
Co.. No. IK Tiernonl St. Baston, and by
Ai.gu-t 3, 186 4. lv
FiiKNCII IJKIMKFAST AM) DI..FU
OWING to the yerj UlU price (d Cofle
and the great difficulty in procuring a good
uni'orin and reliable article our customer
hive c.tten expressed a w i-h that they
could te supplied from first ha:ids. Itwa
t',e inteniiotl of
The Great Accrlcan Tea fornp nj,
to do r. strictly Tea business, but a we
have bad sume cistorr;ers hiig at a dis
tance th it have relied upon u to supply
tliem exclusively wi-h Tea and CoHee, it
being ii. convenient from I h em to come to
New York. Tt.e Great Tea Coffer Empo
rium ol this country and a our Tea Tas
ter was possessed of information relating
to a CoHee thai could be tnrnishel at a
H.odera e price, and give uinver-sl aii
faciion, and at the same nine afford th
retailer a handsome profit we have been
ci impelled 10 supply those par ies. THIS
COFFEE HAS BECOME SO POPULAR
with our customers pnd iheir sIes Iftve
increased to such J-n extent that we havA
teen compelled .0 make large addition to
our mchiner), which wid enable o 10
supply a few more rust 'mer with it. Ws
wili therefore send it to those who may or
der. It i f.it SUPERSEDING ALL OTHER
COFFEES. This coffee ha- been o-ed for
moie than a century in Pan, and since
its introduction into this country, it ha
been in use by !ome ol the leading French
Res'auran's here. The Parisians are said
lo be the best judges of coffee, and lh
ret favor in which it is held by them i
the be-i recommendation that can be pro
dnced for its fine flavor and healthy effects
upon the human s stern.
We put up but one grade of (his coffee,
and that is of a quality lhat our customer
have lound from experience will give per-
feci saiislacium and rneei all the demands
il their ir;,de. It is the lowest price that
we can commend.
We do all our business on the most ex
tensive scale, buy bv the cargo and sell at
only two cents per pound profit
We put up this coffee in barrels only, of
125 pounds each. This method of putting
it up saves horn 2 to 5 cec.ts per pound io
the customer, and bv it being in a la rg
quantity it retains iis fine flavor much
ionger in this "orm than in any other. We
send with each barrel Show Cards, Circu
lars and Posters, to assist the dealer to in
troduce it to hi customer. We hope our
cutomers .vi!I take pains to have them
well po-ted up and die'ributed, as it wili
ce to their advantage to do so.
This coffee we warrant to give perfect
satisfaction, and if it does not please, the
purchaser has the privilege ot returning
the whole or any pan of it within 60 days,
and having his money refunded together
with all l!;e expenses of transportation both
, -- x
We isue a Price Circular of our Teati
and Ci flee, which we ar glad to iend
Ire- to all wr o w ish it. Consumers of cof
fee shoi l l enquire for the French Breakfast
and Dinner CofTee an.' be sure lhat it wa
purer.ae.l ot ih GREAT AMERICAN
TEA COMPANY, Importers and Jobber-
35 vy- .37 Ytsey St., New York.
July 13, I64. 3ms.