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. rrocpcct!:s of Vol. HI. ISG3.
A MONTHLY' JOURNAL,
t F VOTED TO LITERATCRF, SCIENCE AND
ART, AM) THE -
Principles of 1 77G and S7.
C. CHAUNCCY BURR, Editor.
flhis Maj.a7.ino will continue to defend
the principles of. Government which
puided our fathers in the fonndalion of the
Republic. The spirit and doctrine of the
two first volumes will be fully maintained
in the ihird volume. We havp no compro
mises to make with error no parley with
despotism. Democracy- will b$ treated,
not as a vary ing policy of conning rfllee
seekers and spcil hunter", Lnt rather as an
abidin? principle of political economy and
of popular liberty., All supporters of this
revolutionizing. Abolition war, will be held
the ci.cmies of the democracy. We
shall acknowledge no organization to be
Democratic which does not honestly en on
riale and support he principles of the
Kentucky aud Virginia Resolutions of 1728
nndll.e ftred Sc3tt Decision of the Su
preme Court, ihe one asssertiu!: Stale Sod
ercignty and the ether White supremacy. To
preserve these honorable doctrines, the
Democratic party was organized by the
vey founders of the Federal Government,
and it remained true to them down to the
.fatal' and di.-honorini departure, nt lhn
commencement of this war. The Old
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READING RAIL ROAD.
rvovcrfinER 7, ires.
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t.4f P. M-, arriving at New York at 10
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The above ?onneet with similar Trains
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2.15 P. M and Redaing at 12 midnight,
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Heading at 6 30 A. M. re'.urning from Phil
ndelptirj at 4 30 T. M.
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ng at B 40 and and II A. M. for Kphrata,
Litiz, Colombia, &c.
On Sundays; "Leave Nw York at 7 P.
.f. Philadelphia 3 15 P. M . Potisvila 7.30
A . M., Tamaqaa 7 A. M., Ilarrisburg 8 15
A.M., and Reading at 1 2--midnight "for
. larrisbarg. - .
Commutation, Mileacra, Season, and Fx
ursior. Tickets, at reduced rales to and
rom all points. - -I
Baggage . checked throagh : 60 pounds
Uowed each Pasaenuer.
j "C. A. NICuLLS,
j General Superintendent,
j RuAriNG Pa Nov. 30, 164.
YJYBW GOODS !
r.REA T REDUCTION IX PRICES
- NEW ARKIVAirOF
I AT PETER ENT'S STORE LV
I.IGHT STREET, COL. CO.
TTAS just received from '.he ea?tern ciiie
and is now opening-at the old stand
splendid" assortment of
hich will be sold chear for .
3ASII OR COUNTRY PRODUCE !
lis s:ock consists of Ladies Dress Goodsj
toicest style? and latest fashions.
ILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS, AC.
COTTON A I) ES,
11 READ, &C.
UEENSW AREj -CEDAR
: :ns .i:c! hats and caps,
H rh-ri ev.Tyfhini; o0:1y ' kept in a
.:,- (rr?. -
7'h'J pa'.ronap:? of h' r.ld 'friend.', and
: pnM;? . g"r ?ra:iv. is respectfully go-
Tfis h',:1!? t rnaiV-'! pri-'e pni-l fir c-'-nn-
Tf.Tf n f-.NT.
!thk ew yoiJK rv'Ewy.
THE BEiST IMPWl IS THE ' WORLD.
H. Wood, Ed. and Proprietor
IIP UQ CE S IP CZ3 (S a m S3 o
The Democracy of the North will" com
mit a fatal error if they acceol the result of
lie Iai Presidential election as an indiea
'ion from the hand of Destiny to rrlix
their polil cal arlion until the openinz o
tihe next campaign. The future welfare o
the republic depends upon the politics
zeal and aMiviiyof the Democracy during
the year H65.
Thesmi'I majority of the popnlar vote
hat elected the filack Republican candi
dates, considered in view of the exiraordi
nary resources of the Administration for
corruption and cpmpul.ston. atlestsjhal the
power of the Democracy, on a fair field, is
equal lo the vindication of Democratic
There is one feature in the result of the
Presidential eleciion that j:"rs far to re
cor.cile Ihe patriot to the hard fate f hi
country under fonr years r:rre of Flack
Republican misrole. fhe balepjt. meteor
that lingered in grief while in o:ir political
atmo-phfre-has vanished for ever. War
i Democracv has fulfilled its rriion rf dis-
orzamz.Htion, and like any otf er pe.-tilenre
will be rernsmtered only for" the evil i:
f as done.
The ijsne now before li e peopl is ihs
final struggle between Cauleraliz ition at:d
S'ales' Riyht-1, nd r:o journal i Democrat
ic that is not the dfvoti-d champion of
S;ates' Rights, the paraitiount prituipic of
the Democratic faith.
The New York New? need no toli-i rvny
beyond it - plain" unalieruble record t:n:b
stntiale its claim to being and having
been ihe most earnest, able and conisViU
States' Rights Journal in Ihe land. W:
have no excuses to invent for modifications
of sentiment, nor have we lo plead "ex
pedienc)" in palliation of inco".sistenry.
Our path has been straight forward. Our
co'urnns are belore Ihe people, net a line
in them that we would cancpl nor senti
ment we wor.ld recHll, not an as.-ertion
that requires an explfna'iqn, not a worJ j
lhat we regret io htve nt'.ered, not a prin
ciple advocated lhat we have no' tood by
and will stand by to the last. S ich has
been our pat record, so will be our future.
We do not, however, ak the Democracy
to Fiirlain us in our mir&inn aa a reward
fur the service we have dcn, but in con
sideration of the good work thai we pro- J
pose to do. The Nw York News for 1SG5 !
will not merely imiiate its predecessors, it j
will excel Iherrl. It shall b- riot only t!ie I
fcesi exponent cf Democtalic principle, j
but the best r?crrpaper in the country, j
Mereic.icre it has had no superior as a vo- I
hide of new?, hereafter it- thall have no i
ee;nal. In every dcpari'cenl of j tuna!im
we have arranged tLat the News shall di
ian"e competition It is the otdy Demo
cratic newtpaper in ihe metropolis that has
the advanuzd of publishing a daily issue
with the full dispatches cf ihn Associated
Press, and therefore its machinery for f ir
nishing a complete record cf events is
more perfect than that of ar.y of i:s Darno
cratic cote mporaries. None- have attempt
ed latterly, to compete with it in the publi
cation ol Southerj intelligence, as our
ytem of xcharge with Sonlhem j'yrr:a!s
balils the sagacity and enterprisa of our
A glar.c-? at the columns of ;The' News
devo'ed lo "Southern and Northern per
sonaN" will remark Ihe extraordinary suc
cess that has attended our c.terprisj in
lhat direction. We are in daily receipt of
leiters expressing the thanks of Pio.-e w!io,
through the medium of the ' Personals'' in
The News, have been enabled to rpceive
ti lines from their friends and relatives in
the South, and the heart of many an cxi'e
and wai.dcrar has been gladdened thronzh
that instrumentality by words of affection
and hope from lhoo mourned fir as dead
The New York News has become so
popular in the rural district that other Me
tropolitan journal, in publishing" their
stereotyped boat of '-the largest circula
tion of any weekly journal" are constrain
ed lo make an exception in our favor It
is a significant circumstance lhat since t'ie
Presidential election arid consequent de-,
mie cf War Democracy, the subscriptions
to this paper have Lecn unusually numer
The Agricul'ura1 Department of The
New York News renders it an invaluable
companion and assistant to the farmer ;
and its Cattle, Market and Produce Re
ports are more reliable and full than those
of ary i tixr journal. '
The Daily News will forfeit one thou
sand dollars if, in the above Departments,
com petent judges should deny its superi
One copy, one year, by mail c 10.00
One copy, six month?, a CO
One copy, one year, ' 2 00
Four copies, one year, 7 00
Ten copies, one ear, 17 00
- Twenty copies, one year, 30.00
IV e have do traveling agent authorized
to collect or receive money for subscrip"
Orders and tatter should be addressed to
- Daily News Office, New. York.
Jan. 25, 1565.
YnolSsrr Arrival or CJcod.
Hat, Cap and Groccrj
S3 CO 02L 1X3 o
Now is Four Time to Buy.
HE NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
THE nndersigned having j'ist returned
from the Eastern cities with a large
ana fn assortments of (Hf--rr
n ajJiiion to a snperi Z-dijSS
or STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
Q HATS AND GAPS,
comprising every sort and quality, is row
prepared to sell a filtl-j cheaper lhan can
b parcbasil eiaewhere.
IBs Stock cf GROCE RIES are not sur
passed in this marke', which he offers
eheap for cash, or in exchange for GRAIN
ALSO.-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOES,
and LININGS to wbich he iuvites the at
tention ol Shoemakers and. ihe public
Give him a call At Stroup'a Oid Stand,
on Mairi Sheet.
: JOHN K GIRTON.
Bloomebijrg, Nov'r 27 185L
HOW ARDS jS5'0CIATIO..
DISEASES of the Nervous, Seminal,
Urinary End Sexual Systems--new and re
liaMc tfea'iTient in Reports of the HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION Sent by mail ir
sealed luter envelope6, free of charge.
Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Asirclation, No. 2 South Ninth
S'rt i'! rJ';i id;i')ifl, PA. "
CABINET WARE ROOM.
JJESPECTFDLLY invites ihe attention of
r-the public to his extensive assortment'
el Cabinet Frrnilure ar!d C H A IRS,Q
wjiich he will warrant made of goodly
materials and in a workmanlike mon- ' T
ner. A I. his establishment can always be
found a good assortment of fa&hionalle
furniture, which is equal in style bnd fin
ish lo that ol Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at as low pricts. He has on hand
i h of different stvle and
." ij oi um
prices, from 625 lo S60. Divans Lounges,
Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs,
Rockirg and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a vaneiy of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card, "J
centre and pier table.s detashns, jjfjj
chefTenje rs, whatnots and como(Ies,C&--3
and all kind, of fashionable work. His
stQfk of bnraus, enclosed and common
washfctandsjdress-ubles, corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bod.sieads,cane seat and crmrr.on. chairs i
the largest in thi section ol ihe'eouifly.
Ji will clso keep a gonj a'?or"l retit ol
looking glasses with .far.ey ciSt am! com
mon frames. He will also farni.-h sping
mattrasscs fitleif to ar.y si.d bd-tf3d,
i hir.h aresrprrior f r dauat i!i:y and t om
for; tn any bed in nae.
Disn)n biir Nov. J, 1S03.
U Ul 1 .kit M a
'ilar.ufactureis tf rhnlopiup'.iic ?2.itcrl:ili,
WHOLESALE AND BCTAII..
5 0 1 IiROA I)W A Y, N. Y.
In addition to e i:r main busings
POrOGIlAPIMC MATF'.RIALS, we
Hca 'qr.arters lur It e fo'io .v i-g . v iz
IJttre' copes aud Siertscepic f'it-K'sj
Of these we have an irrimeii-c assortment,
including War Seenes, Ameriran and For
einn Cities'aud Landacape, Groups. Stat
uary, fee, fcr. Also, Revrdyir.g Pcro
scopes for pn' li-.r or private exhibition. Our
Catalogue v ill be sei.t to any n uiress on
receipt of Stamp.
We were the first to introduce these into
the United States, atrl we manufacture ira
r;;r nse qnar.tit e in fter.t variety, raging
in price from 50 cents lo 50 eaca. Oct
.tS3?irjJS l ave ip repntaiion rd" being
superior in beauty . p.nd drrabi!;ty te any.
others. Thej will be sent by r.aail, " ,
on receipt of price.
Our Caurrru? now embraces over Five
Thousand sutjc!s (to which additions r.re
continually eing made) of I-'c-rirails of
I.minenl Americans, ice, viz about
100 Maj G-nerals,
550 S ate-T.pn?,
00 I'rig. General-,
110 Lieut. Crdon -I
2."0 O her 0;n?e'sr
75 Navy Oiliceis,
5a Prom'nt Women,
IoO I'rcnincr.t I'orci?n IortrnH.
including reproductions of tlt-j most cAs
L rated Knaravicga. I'ain'irgs, Siatutes, &!.
Cafaiognes sent on rejeipt of iS;amp. An
Ord.jr i'li one dozen Pictures from our Cat
al.cus will be filled o the receijU of 6 I. So
and sent by mail, Frea.
. Phoorapbcrs .d other? ordering gO"d
CO. D will pi a.-e jvrrit fventy-fiva pe
cent cf ihe arr.onni with their order.
E : II. T. ANTHONY ic CO.,
Manufacturers of Ftioi )2iap'iie Materiils,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
tjT" The prices end quality cf our goods con
tirl fail io s'llL-fy.
Dec 7, lt6k rr.o.
. ARCANA WATCH.
An ElcgacicvcIIjr in V alcl.c.
THE cases of this watch, are an entirely
new invention, composed of six different
rr.P'ala corritined. roiled toetlier art-1
planished, prod ucin z an exact imitation
of 1H carat gold, r ailed" Arcnna, which
will always keep its colcr. They Pre c
brantifu! and durabl? as oiid cold, and
are sff irded a' one cigii'h the o?t. Thi;,
case is tea ut if ally designed, wiih Panel
and shield for name, wit!) Paten! Pash Pin,
and et graveti fn the exact style of the r.r !e
hrated GjIJ Hunting Lever? and urc real
ly handsome and ?esiral'e, and so txact
ji ti imitation of gold, as to defy detection.
-The movement is manufactured by the
well known St. Jirner Vv'ak.-h Company of
Europe, and are sup-rlli fini-he i, having
engraved railets, fancy, carved bridgen,
a''j:isting regulrdor, v ith cold balanced,
and the improved ruby j -veiled action
with the line dial ad skeleton hands, and
is warranted a Lrood lime keeper. Thee
watches are of Ihrc different size,s, the
sma!lel being for ladies, and are al! Hunt
ing Cases. A case of sis, will b9 sent by
mail or Express for ?!2.00. A sing! one
sent in an elgent Morocco ca3e forS25.e0
will readily set! for three limes their cost.
We are Ihe role ag'-nts for mis Watch in
the Uni'cd S'a'ps, and none are genuine
which do net bear onr Trade Mark.
DEVAUGTI li CO., Importers,
15 Maiden Lane, New York..
Feb 3, 1565 3 .no
lOI.B KCCXS rrcpriclor
rpHIS rragnificent Hotel, situate in the
A- central portion of the town, and op
posite the Court Houe, ha? been thoroughly
repafre J and refurnished, and the Proprieior
i now prepared lo accommodate travelers,
teamslers, drovers and boarders in the most
pleasant and agreeable manner. His lable
will be supplied with the best the market
aff.ordsjand his R irwith the choicest liquors.
Attenlise ostlers will alvrays be cn hand,
and his stabling is the mol extensive in
this se ion of country. Omnibuses wil
alwayscle in readiness to convey passen
gers to and from the Railroad Depots.
WM. B. KOONS.
. Bloomsburg, July 4. 1860.
ACAKD IO INVALIDS A CLKKG Y
man, while residing in S?uth America
a3 a missionary, discovered a safe aod sim
ple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weak
ness, Early. Decay, diseafes of "ihe Urinary
atid Seminal Organs, and the vhcla train
of disorders bronght on by baneful and'vi
cious habits. Oreat numbers have already
been cured by th'n noble remedy. Prompt
ed by a desire to benJi the ai?u'cted and
unfortr,nakJ; I will send the recipe tor pre
paring itnd using this medicine," to any one
who-needs ii, in, a sealed envelope fre of
charge. Please er.clo-e a stamped ritvel
opoaiMresed ycarcgif!" Address 5J.
SFpff T. PJT !r-". t ?"' '' - -
. : Wlsocsafc nsid tcCaiI. :
fTIIE subscriber wocld' announce loihe
-- " citizens of Kloomsburg and vicinity,
that he .is selling LIQUORS in large and
sn.cll quantities, and at difTerent prices, at
his New Store, on Main street, r--?-,.
north side, two dcorn eoul'i of AXT''j
Iron sueei,.BIoomsburg. His Uy.'i-T! -
stock of Foreign and Damrsiio' ciLJU.-.it
13 IS . 333 ID II 32 D 3
consists of Cognac aid Rochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment cf
"3 mas Ca' Z3 zi-'v
Old Rye, gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and any quantity of
common, lie also bas
PURE HOLLAND GIN
Madeira', Lisbon, Claret, Cherry and Cam
pagne Wines; and last but not leaM, a
quantity cf good double extra BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell a ihe
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to give his liqnor a trial.
D. W. ROlililNS, At.
Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861.
'VTC32IXG inTIJAri( E COMPANY,
Ojficc orer the Wyoming EanJe,
W li A M it kj iK.tt' L fill Ut ltV,UVVi
Yrill insure againcl loss or damage
b Firs on property ii) town cr country, at
I'd REC1 OiiS, G. M IIolL'nbarl-, John
R"irhard, Samuel Wiulhairi', D L Siioa.
maker, Daniel G. Drie-bach, R. C. Smi h'
R. D. Liirop" G. P. Steele; W. W. Let. bam'
Charles Durrance, W. S. Ross, George M
Harding. ' -
(J. M HOLLENIA('Il, PresU.
1). L. SHOEMAKER, V. Pies' t.
R C. SMITH, Secretary,
W. G. STERLING, Treasurer.
L II. CONOVER. Agent,
Beach Haveu, Pa.
December 2d, 1S63. ly.
JSTcic Stock of Clothing.
Sprin?; "n:id :i;;3::srr Cioods.
iNV'l 1ES at'ention lo his stock of rheap
and fashionable Clothing a: Lis S:ore, r.
M. J JX S Tp.E E T, P, L '() 052SP U12 G ,
tivo t.'oor$ above Ihe Sim trie a House,
where he ha j-ist received from New' York
and Philadelphia, uTjI! aasortment of
7.1 tin niJii 53f5-,s CIoI!i;js?t,
iticl'iJiug tfie rrosi fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consistin? of
1,'jx, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cotl
Ccats, and Pants,
of all srrts, sizes, and colors. - He also ha?
replenished his already large stock of Fail
and Winter Shawl--; striped, flgorvd and
plain Vests, sLirts, cravats, stock-',- coildrs,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspender- a'id fancy
N B He ha? constantly cn hand a l.i'ge
and well selected asorirr.ent of Cloths a-,d
Vestings, which he i prepared to make op
'.o order, into any kind of tludii ig on very
short notice atid in t!ie bst of maiir.er.
AH his clothing i made lo wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
Ot every Description, Fine a:.d Cheap
Hi Ca;e of Jewelry is not surpassc 1 in tf.i
place. Call anil examine his ereral as
sortment of Clothing, Watches. Jewelry,
A.e. kc. r A V 1 D LOWENBEUvJ.
Binomsbnrg. April 20, TSf.5.
Lacks v anna L CbcsjbKrj'R
. TV;o DAILY TRAIKS.
ON and after Morday, December 26;b,
1S64, Passenger Trams will rati as fol
low s :
Ort at P-n !,
8.C0 A M f 00 r :i J
12 15 r a
12 50 -
f. 40 "
10 2") r.M
-Per .vie k,
4 2 ' p rn
7 30 .
10 40 10 00
f. 30 p m 2 O'l am
1 20 1 25
5 40 7 00
9 05 10 25
5 40. 5 00 '
The shortest r.nd mos: dirGclrou!e to the
Wfl and t!;C Oil Region" I
Trains cf the Philadelphia and Erie Rail
rood leave Northumberland evorv monrn
ing for Erie, arriving there the ahernoon of
ihe same day to connect with Trains for
Rjflal-i, Cleveland, Chicago, And ail other
p in.ts West, connecting a' Corry v. iih ail
Trains on ihe Oil Creek Railroad.
Passengers for Train 3, can leave New
York via The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western R. R. at 9 CO A. M., thereby
reaching all points on lhis Road the same
' II. A. FONDA, Snpt.
Kingston. Dec. 20, 1S61.
rglHE undersigned would respectfully an
rounce lo ihe citizens of Bloomsburg,
I and the public generally, that he is running
' iiiiviniTe i irn
a" U.tli IOVJ 11 Ij
f betw een this place and -OVTt
the d.flerent iiail Road ttZi-rcL
Depo's, daily, (Sundays excepted) to con
nect with the several Trains going South
and Wesl on Ihe Catawissa & Williamsport
Rail Road, and with those going Nor h and
South on ihe Lack. & Rioomshurg Road.
His OMNIBUSES pre in good condition,
commodious and comfctratie, and charges
reasonable, t" Persons wishing to meet
or see iheir friend depart, can be accom
modated, npon reasonable charges, by leav
iog limely notice at any of the Ilotils.
, JACOB. L- CHITON, Proprietor.
Bloomsburg, April 27, 1861.
A N D
V J V T-.' .-a, .-4 - S - - j.
THE SINGER SEVH MAIIILNES.
I'VUR Letter A Family Sewing Machine is
'last raining a world-wide reputation. It
is beyond doubt the best and cheapest and
most beautiful of all Family Sewing Ma
chines yet offered to the public. No other
Family Sewing Machine has so many use
ful appliances for Hemming, Binding, Fell
ing, Tuckins, Gathering, Guaain, Braiding
Embroidering, Cording, and so lorth. No
other Family Sewing Machine has so much
capacity for a great variety of work. It will
sew all kinds of clcnh, and with nil kinds of
thread. Great and recent improvement
iTiake. onr 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
mnst ordinary caparity,can see, at a glance
how lo use the letter A Family Sewing
Machine. Our Family Sewing Machines
are finished in chafte and exquisite 6tylc.
The Folding Case of the Family Ma
chine, is a piece of cunning workmanship
of Ihe most useful kind, (('protects the ma
chine when nol in use, and when about lo
be operated may ba opened as a spacious
and substantial table to sustain the work.
While some of Ihe Cases, made out of the
choicest woods, are finished in the sim
plest aud chastest manner possible, others
are adorned and embelished in lha most
Cosily and superb manner.
Jt is absolutely necessary to see the Fam
ily Machine in operation, so as to j utge td
its sreat capacity and beauty.
It is fas' becoming as popular for family
sewii:g as onr Manufacturing machines are
for manufacturing purpo??s.
The Branch Offices are well supplied with
silk twist, thread, needle;8, oil, etc, of the
vrry best quality.
S.-'nd for a Pamphlet.
. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
458 Rioadway. N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE.8 JO Chestnut St
N. S. Tingley, Agent, iii Espy, Pa.
A. J. Evans, Aent, in Bloomsburg.
Nov. 11, 1S63.
Old T E:i2s ESocfliKc Ky,
The undersigned wonld beg leave lo in
form his rid friends, and "the rest of man
kind," thai he has lately returned from the
service of his country, aid aaain re- ,"5
opened his OLD E S T A B L I S II- f:
E D T A I L O R I N G S A LOON,-.
with a view of making up emir new gar
ments, as wed as mending old ones, for all
mankind, and any body el-e, who may
favor him with'their work in his line. "
V.n is prepared to do work iS EAT, Fash
ION ABLE and SUBSTANTIAL, ami hope
Ly sodoin2, and tlrirt attention lo business
to merit and receive a dne share of patron
age. Pol remember, all, that these times
require money, or something io lire upon,
be therelore hopes and IruM?, thai when
he has done his part, his customers wiii
du their, by fumis'iin;: the "rea'iy John,"
or ready trade. For truly the "Laborer is
worthv of Lis hiic."
onm feting, Sepi. 10 15:02.
A (.A.tiy iii ili.j f(l i i.id.ii;
SWALLOW two or three Hogsheads of
B H'hu, Tonic Bittere, Sarsaparilla, Nervo js
Aptidntcs, fee. fee, and af:er you are
satisfied with the resr.tt, ihen try one box
ot OLD DOCTOR LUCliANS ENGLISH
T;FJIFIC P1LL. and be restored lo
health and vigor in less than SO days.
They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, prompt and "sal atary in Iheir effects
n the, broken d.iwn an l.sdia'tered consti
tution. O' I and youp.u can take them with
a Ivaniage. ' Imported and sild in t tie U.
S. ordy by JAS. S. BUTLElf.
No. 127 Broadway, New Ymk,
T"A."er!t for tfie United States
P. S. A box of Ihe n.ils. securely pack-
ed, will be mailed to any address on
receipt of priee, which is ONE DOBLAR,
p st paid. mo-ley refntide.l by ihe Agent
if entire satisfaction is not given.
July 20, ISSt. 3in.
EDITOR OF THE 'STAR,' Dear Sir:
With your permission I wish to say lo the
readers of your paper that I " j'. tend, by
return nail, lo all who wish it (free) a Re
cipe, with f ti LJ directions for making and
r.sicg a simple Yegeiable B'.!m; lhat will
effect:". illy remove, in ten days, j imples,
I !ct.e. Tan, Freckles, and all iv.puri:ies
rf the skin, leaving the same soft, clear,
smooth and beautiful. I will also mail
!re3 to those having Bald Head, or bare
Facps, simple directions h'ld information
that will enatle th"'n lo start a full growth
H:.criarit hair, whiskers, or a mouslache,
in les than 3; days.
Ail floptical ions answered by return mail
without ct'.arue. Resprcifi: By yours,
THOS F. CHAPMAN, Cherr.it,
831 Broadway, New York.
July 20, 1F61 3;n.
rioi'lli criiJrai Hailiv.'iv.
TIME T A LB E.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the
North ai d West Branch of the Siisqneh.m
Tsa, Elmira, and ell of Northern New Yrk.
O.i and fdter Mondnv, Arril 20;h, HC3,
the Passenger Trains of the Nor.h Central
Railway w ill arrive and depart from Sun
bary, Harri.-bur hnd Bahimore, as follows:
Mail Train leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at 10.10 a m.
Leaves Hatristcrg, 1.15 p.m.
Arrive? at Baltimc, 5.35 "
Express Train leaves Sunbury diily
except Sundays, at 1 1 C7 p.m.
Loaves Harrisb rg, except Monday 2.00 a m.
Arrives ri P-allitnore daily except
Mond.iy, at 0.15 a.m.
Accomnicdalio'1. leaves Ijarrisb'rg 6,30 a.m.
Mail Trail leaves Ba!;imrre daily
execj t Sundays at
Arrives at Sunbury,
Exp:cs Trains B.il.in.nre daily,
Arrives at ilarrii-bnr,
U.lo a m.
4.05 p rn.
1 .35 a.m.
Leaves Harrib rg exrept Monday, 3.00 "
Arrives at Sunbury, 5.38 "
For further particulars appiy at the office.
. I. N DL" BARRY, Supt.
Harrisburg, Aug. 8, lst.3.
" 1(Y n T T "IT
S V II E N 3) i: i T- S S T,
-rrs ESPECFULLY offers his
j ' " --professional servicesto the
-GTI t ladies gentlemen ol Blooms
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
to all the various operations in Dentistry,
aud is provided with the latest Improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well a? natural.
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
lured and all operations cn teeth carefully
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on hand. All operation; on the teeth
Residence and OiUrr, a fcr -Wus at vr
IROV IN THE BLOOD.
It is well known to the medical profes
sion that Iron is the vital Principle or Life
Element of tne blood. This is derived
chiefly from" the food we eat; but if-ihe
focd is not properly digested, or if, Irnm
any cause whale ver, (he necessary quan
tity of iron is not taken ?nto the ciiculation
or becomes reduced, the whole system suf
fers. The bad blood will irritate the heart
will clog up ihe lungs, will stupefy the
brain, will obstruct the liver, and will send
its disease producing elements 10 all pari
of Ihe system, and every one w:II suffer in
whatever organ may be predisposed to dis
ease. The creat value of
IRON AS A MEDICINE -
Is well known and acknowledged by all
medical men. The difficulty has beer, to
obtain tuch a preparation of it as will en
ler the circulation and assimilate at orce
with the blood. This point, says Dr Hayes,
Massachusetts S'laie Chemist, ha been at
tained in the Peruvian Syrup, by combina,
lion in a way belore unknown.
THh' PERUVIAN SYRUP
I a protected solution of the ProSoxid
of Iron. A new discovery in medicine that
strikes at the Root ol Di-ease by supply
inn the blood with its Vital Principle or
Life Element -Iron.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cnres Dispepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsey
Ague, Loss of
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
infuses strength, vigor, and new life into
the system, and builds up an "Iron Consti
tution." THE PERUVIAN SYRUP .
Cures Nervous Affections, Female Com
plaints, and all diseases of Ihe Kidneys
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a Specific for all diseases originating in
a bad state of the blcod, or r.ccornjariied
by Dability or a low slate of the system.
Pamphlets containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of
the most rnnnert Physicians, Clergymen
and o'hers, w ill be sent FREE to any ad
dress. We select a fjv cf ihe names lo show
the character of the testimonial.
John E. Williams, Esq , President of dia
Metropo itari Bank, N. Y.
Riv Abe'd Stevens, late Editor Christian
R-.v P. Church, Editor N. Y. Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, Re v. Warren Bnrto.s
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, Rev. Curdon R.b
biiis, Rev. SlvacuB Cobb, Rev. T. Stair
King, Rev. Ephrairn Nine, Jr., Rev. Jv?sehp
H Cl.r ch, Rev. Henry Upham, Re.v. P. C,
Headley, Rev. John V. Oimslend.- Lewis
J' hnsou, M. I)., Rosweli Kinney, M. D.
S. K. Kendall, M. D., W R Uhishnrn,M D
Frar.cis Dana, M. D , Jeremiah Stcne, M.
D, Jose Antonio Sanches, M. D, A A.
Hayes, M. D., Abraham Wendell, M. D ,
J. R. Chilion. M. D., II. E. Kinney, M. D
Prepared by N. L Clatk & Co . exclu
sively ;or J. P. DINSMORE,No. 491 Broud--way,
Now York. Sold by ali Diuggisis.
FOKTV YEARS EXPERIENCE has ful
ly fcs'.ablis-heii the superiority o
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Over ill r ther healing prpp.ira ions
It cures al! ki'.ds of Sjre, Cuts, Scalds,
Burns, Boils, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Erysip
elas, Sties, Pilas, Corns, S'r? Lips, Sore
Kye,c, removing Ihe pain at once, and
reducing the most angry looking swelipgs.
and ii.fUmatim as if f'v rnagic.
ONLY 2 5 CENTS A BOX.
For sale by J. P. DINSMORE. No. 491
Broa Hvay, New York, S W. TOWLE fi
Co.. No. 1 Tremont- St. Boston, and by
August 3, IG4 ly.
AIlTiirR'S UO2II: 3IAGAZII-:.
E !i-?d bvT. S. ARTHUR and VIRGIN
IA E. TOWNS END.
Tlie Home Magazine for lc(i5 will be'en-
larged and improved, aud made still more
worthy of the eminent tavor w'yh which it
lias been received It- character a; a
1 1 i h - Tc, 11 v il Per: c i; i cr. ! s
cl lin ing pv.l lic favcr rn the cronnd of real
n.eri', wiii be carefully maintained ; while
for variety, interest, us-lnlues, and sdi ll-.e
literature aid art esse r.dal to
a tr.;e Home
Magazine the publisfiers will
aim to rnske i: Superior To All Oilier
A Fine Steel Engraving, and Two Page
cf Music, w iii appear in evry number,
besides choice picture3, groups and char
acters, prevailing fashions, and a large va
riety of patterns I'nr garments, embroidery, j
etc., etc. In all respect we shrdl eive j
A FIRST-CLASS MAGAZINE, I
at a price wilhin th3 reach r f every ii.t.-!i''
e:ii family in (he land.
" A new story by T. S. ARTHUR will bt
commenced in ihe January number.
Yearly Terms, in Advance Oie copy,
50, three copies, Sfi.fO, five copies and
one to the ;;etter-up o! club, SlOdiO, nin-5
copies, and cne lo the z-li up of club
n.3" A beau'.ifil Premium Phi'i. rnti'ied
'Ihe Irfancy of Shakspeare.."
mailsd to each person who s
of subscribers, it will also be mailed 10
each single subscriber from whom we re
CZ'To: SI 50 we wid send one ocpy 01
each of Home Magazine and G'ltljV Lady's
Pook for one year. Addre-.
T. S. ARTHUR CO
. 323 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 23. lSd.
PATRIMONIAL. LA f' IRS ANi-'OHN-ilempn.
If j cu wish "o marry address
ihe undersigned, who will send jon wi h
cr.t mcn.'V and without price, valuable in
forma:icn"ihat will enable you to marry
hr.ppy and speedily, irrepec'.ive of agp,
wealth or beauiy. This it.formalion will
eost you nothing aud if yon wish to marry.
I will cheerfully assist you. All letters
strictly confiacMial. The desired informa
tion sent by return mail, and no questions
avked. Address Sarah J! Lambert, Oreen
pninl. King- county, New- ork.
O.-t. 12, 1SG1 2m
Fliysician .ltd Sirgco:i,
jfTAVlNG loca'ed permanently on Main
Street, RLOOMSrUR, Pa., would in
form the public generally, that he is pre
pared lo a.tend to ail business faithfully and
punctually lhat may be intrusted to hi cam,
on lerms commenMi rale w ith the limes.
CP" He pays strict attention to Surgery
aswcll as Medicine.
November 25, 1663.-ly.
C LO T II I X G V T O R E,
0 Main strcetjlwo doorsabovethc Amer
KL.lMvS ! CLAiKS ! BLMiS i
Exixu'i ions. sur.ia:.s,
n f ri " ",tl X' d . -' rti ' 1 . f .M ri )''v-.if
Fluid extract bochtj,
A pcslttvo emd Spcclflc Remedy for diseases of tbo
Eludder, Iildscya, Grovel r.nd Proptlcal Swelling.,
Tills Kccllctso lncreoflcs tie powers of digestion, and
escttcs tlio absorbents tsto hccliiy oct'.on.'by rtUcti U;o
watery or ctlcorcou6 CcpoEltions, end til unnatural cn
Icrceinests lire reduced, as well as pstn ard lnfi&unasU'ja.
hud la good for it.cd, vcmen cad ctililrca.
For veakDers arfBlnJ from Excesses, ItablM of Elsslpa
tlon, Early Indiscretion, attended vrtta tte followlM
Indisposition to Exertion,
Loss cf Tower,
DlXcalty of Ercathlsg
Tsln ln tho EticJr,
Elasljlng of tae Body',
Ernpf lona of tbe race,-
Loss of Memory,
Horror cf Thcae?, 'ti
I)lmness of Vision,
Dryness of the Skin,
Tbc;e symptoms, If allowed to goon (vrldcb Udn Ucdt
cine Invariably removes), eoon follow
EATUITT, EPILEFriC FITS, &C, .
In ono of Trbicb tbc patient may expire. Vno cm en
ttey are not frequently followed by those " dlrcfal fits
cases," ISAnTT A27D CONSUMPTION? '
ITar.y arc aware cf tbo canac of tblr suffering, bnt coso
T.'t'.l confers. Tbo records of the Insane asylnms and tbfl
rjelancbol7 deaths by consumption bear ample witness to
t'je trutb of the wjcrtlox
Tho Con3t!tT!t!cn, once erected ty organic weakness,
rcqulrca tbc aid of mcdlc'.no toctrengtben end Invigorate
tbe Eyptcn, wtlch TIXiLMIJOLD'S EXTRACT OF BTJCHTJ
Invariably Co'C. A trial will ccnvlnco de most sceptical.
lanvr.ny ofToctlons peculiar to Females, tbe Extract
Trcnu Is unoqnaleJ by any other remedy, and for all
coTjplaliita Incident ta tte sex, or In th
PECLrXH OH CHAJTGE OF EXE,
CC EZS BT3trT0S3 ABOVE.
C27 Ko lraiaily ehould be without it:
Tatoco Eilsnai, Mercury, or ucplcafact medicine In
ocpteosant and diinpcrocs dl30a3C3.
. pt r. tt ntrr
Cures Secret Diseases
la til tLelr stages little expcno, little or no change of
filet, no Inconvenience, 1yd KO EXPOSCIiE.
For oil alcctlocs and diteaees of these organs, whether
lxistesto ts hale or female,
From whatever cacse originating, and no cattcr tow long
standing. Ciocaeea of thc;o organs require the eld of a
HELHECLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is tho Great Diuretic.
JLnd It la certain to bavo the desired cilcct la all disease!
for which It Is recommended.
ZICHi UiiOOOi SLCCD!
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
For purtfylr. the rlool,r?3:ovlr!i? all c'liron!-: cc;af:.
Lorial dltcas arL'tag frora an impure i-tito ol tbe ElocJ,
end the orly reliable aud cSectucl kaorv n remedy for t'j 1
cure of EciofcJa, ictli Held, Sd. r.hcu:a, Talna 05 1
EwcUlngs cf tbo Eonc8, XTIccrr-tiora of the Tbroct at.d
Legs, Elotcbcs, nmplcs on Tie Face, Tetter, iyij,c.Ui,
Dtd ell SC9I7 Era-tlora of the Dila,
KOT A FEW
Cfto rrc-?t dijorders thit alTJct msn!ilad a:l- c fic?n tt.O
ccrmjtlcn thnt cccun:ulatC3 In thaElcoJ. Cf rtl t'..oCi
ccvcrics tbntbavc teen iarxdc to i.nrjre It ou'. couo srn
ccal in ca .ct llzL"ai'B Costpocsd Extteact c? Cit
rrAErrxA. It c'.czn-xs asd rsroraei tbc Elccd, lLsur
te n,7cr cf !.c:.th into tic fyttcn, sr.d r'.rjcs cut Cs
Lumcrs ;UlU r:a!:c Circac. It sttsalates the hcaliiy
fsnc'iosp.-? tbc body.nsd crr-elsthc disorder that prcc
tn? eakwin ihe blocl. Taoh a redely that coutl 1 3
relic J cn has (kcsrht for, en. 1 tow, for tt It--:
tinie tae pul-Ic hive enc on which tbcycim dcpvi. Cur
r; sec here docs nt aitt of certificate to sl.ov su cfc-r te.
I -it tho trhil of a tingle t ottlo wl'.l thow to the V.zz tt.r.; li
Lis L3 virtues fcrpnir.. oaythL-.p they hao ct't tikm
Two toWcpODRLfal cf the Extr.ict of fcarearauWa adiici
lo a r tnt cf water Si c-.;n2.1 to tho Lisbon Ltd IM&k. c&d
uzc ! o'ile :? f iV.y c-yjil Id a cllon of tho Pyrup t-f firsa-I'-riU,
cr tlii U.ccc.:on as a; rially m&lc.
Ai cxccllor.t Lctlon for Clc-cirea crletnj from Lablta cf
dirtl;i:::!or.,Ucdi'i connection slth the Extracts ISocha
aJ Ss.r.-.rr.r.rUla, la B'jrh dleiFca a recommended. Evi
c"eric5 of the ir.ost responsible ad rclU.V.e character will
ccron.pasy t:.-s mtHlicince. .Lo esrl:clt directions for
esc, v:;"i 7i ..v..'a rf tf.oiw.r. it lirtf wtincEscs.and np-vir-s
cf C?,0C3 az-xllcite-i ccrtiilctcs ted rccommcndA
tary itticrs, ri.a.y cf which tre iVoni the blchest oourcco.
U:c!u;".-.g c: aurt n y.'icl-ni.norgyaicu.Ftaiecaen, 4c.
The rroprli.-tcr br.3 never r-jsortcd to tLelr publication la
the reTEpapcrs ; be uoc-s cot do thia Iron the fact that LL
articles rani cb Standard Frcpsrctloua, ted do not tcel
to bo prpfK?d y crniCciitcs.
The tcicncc cf lIcdlclco.Lte the F-crte Colu'run. should '
rtand rticptc, pure, rricjcstlc, Lavir.j Tact for Ifa basW
Liductlon fur Its pillar, rtd Truth olouo for lta Capital.
t-'-j r.rf --t r ST-.rrrrllla 13 a r.loo-.l ri Igcr ; rr.7 Trtrcct
rnci:U 13 a ri arctic, red will act cs ruch in all caeca.
Foth ore prepared cn pnrcly eclcntlilc principles in
riruo and ore tho raofi active mcasareacf either that
ccn bo made. A rcr.dy and roncldflvo test win te a com
parison of their propertlea with those set forth la tho fol
Fee Pl-pcnratory of the TnilM States.
fee FrofesEor DEivrrs valuable worts on the Fractice
ECO rernarka inndp T-.v thr. rfVhmtml' TV. Trrrrtn. TTi'l.
tralcd rhy-iclan rni JTexbcr cf tho Foyal ColKgeof
tnrgcons. Ireland, cad published la the Transactions ct
the Eing end Qucoa'3 Journal.
Fco Kcdlco-Cbtru'-clCil Ecvitw. pcblichod t y Vzsj'zs
TnAVETta. Tcllow cf the Eoyal College of Surgeons.
C2 b.o.t cf the late Etandard v.orkd oa MeUicioe.
TOLD FT ALL DRUGGISTS LilVW UEZE.
Address lcttcr3 for lnf'.rrns.tlon, in cocadcace, to
n. T. KEX.MEOLD, Chemist.
llelrn'ooldda Druc an I domical Warehouse
Kn. 531 LFADWAY, KEW T0EK, aal "
IIclmLold'a Llodical Depot,
hs. 10 i COUTH TLlITbT, ST, PHmLDELTIII A,
W. V AR1 OPCOll N T I 1 1 V I ' IT R
. K 1' (J il UU li M li O J. D B ! -"
T.Md'. N"1? ''j'Hfir!