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- - -' TUB WEErt'Ifir . - " -' '
FOR TUF-ABIVAIGS Of iSG3.
" The31'0' campaign just opaning in
Jejs'lvania is destined to be oaa oLgreat
.inportaDce, and lo have a powerful , influ
ence upon the future of ihe country at large.
n a great measure it will determine th
gubernatorial contest of 1868, acd have an
Influence upon ihe'presidential election two
years thereafter. Hut, more important, it
will probably determine the choice of the
next U. S. Senator from this Stato and thu?
affect the legislation of Congress and the
restoration of peace to the land. - It is,
therefore, of vital importance that every
exertion should be made by every member
of our party to secure the victory. Not
only should evety local organization be pnt
la work, but erery honorable measna should
be adopted to stir up the apathetic and
lukewarm, and to make new votes by con
version. It can only be through the im
mutable and golden principles of Democra
cy thai the conutry can be redeemed from
the thraldom of fanaticism, degradation and
, taxation. Outside the Democracy theje are
no principles. The role of action of the
opposition is ever changing one thing to
daysomething else to-morrow. It is held
together merely by expedients the latest
and most outrageous of all being the mod
ern, six-months political trick of negro
suffrage.- To defeat this, and ' all other
schemes of the Abolition-shoddy hordes
who live only to plunder and lyranntze, let
every Democrat arouse and gird on the
rusty armor of his fathers in Democracy
of Washington, of Jefferson, of Jackson,
end march la battle and to victory !
THE WEEKLY PATRIOT AND UNION.
Ae the Central organ of the Democratic
v- party the Weekly Patriot and Unioa has
acquired a large and more diffused circu
lation than any other Democratic journal
in the Slate. It has heretofore occupied
an influential position as an . abla and in
dustrious worker in the caupe of Democ
racy, and its friends say that it still contin
ues to be a valuable organ of the party.-.
It is not for as, however, to puff our own
work. If we have beeo faithful to the
canse of the party and the country, we
hope every Democrat will make it an ob
ject to extend our field of operations, by
adding to oar list ol subscribers. Tte low
price of the Weekly in comparison with,
the amount of matter furnished, makes it
one of the cheapest of newspapers. We
hope every good Democrat who reads this
will send his Dame and $2 50 for a copy for
one year. H this is too much for those who
re very poor, let all such send ns fifty
cents each, and receive the Weekly Patriot
and Unioa for the campaign. The follow
tig are the terms : '
TEEMS PER TEAR.
Single copies, per annum, . 82 50
' " six months, ' 1 50
Clubs of tea or more to one addreia 2 00
DURING THE CAMPAIGN.
Sinafe copies . . - i ' . 50 cts.
Club of ten or more to one address 50 cts.
All orders should be addressed to the
PATRIOT AND UN'ION,
" Harrieburg, Pa.
Northern Central Railway.
T l M E T A LB E .
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the
Nwrth and West Branch of the Susquehan
na, Elmira, and all of Northern New York.
On and after Monday, May 23 ,h, 1865,
ihn la.enger Trains of the North Central
Railway will arrive and depart from Sun
bury, Harrisbnrg and Baltimore, as follows:
; . SOUTHWARD.
MdilTrain leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at - 10.40 a.m.
Leaves Hatrisbarjr, ' 1.30 p.m.
Arrives at jjaltimore, 5.30 "
Express Train leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays, at 11.40 p.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg,except Monday' 2.50 a.m.
Arrives at Baltimore daily except -
Monday, at t - - 7.00 a.m.
Accommodation leaves Harrisb'rg 7.45 a.m.
SuhboiyAcc. leaves Sunbury daily
except Sundays at 7.30 a.m.
Arv's ai Harrisb'g except Sundays 10.15 "
Hil Trail leaves Baltimore daily
except Sundays at- 9.20 am.
Leaves Harrisbnrg, 1.45 p.rn.
Arrives at Sunbury, 4.20 pro.
Expiess Trains Baltimore daily, 10.00 "
Arrives at Harrit-burg, 2.20 a.m.
Leaves Harrisb'rg except Monday ,2.40 "
Arrive? at Sunbury, 5.15 "
Erie Express leaves Baltimore ex
tf pt Sundays at 8.00 p.m.
Arrive at Harrisburg, 12.55 a.m.
, . Leaves Harrisburg, 1.15 "
Arrives at Sunbury, 4 10 u
Sunbury Aceom. leaves Harrisbnrg
Daily except Sundays at 4.25 p.m.
" Arrives at Sunbury at 7 10 "
For further particulars apply at the office.
I. N. DUBARRY, Supl.
. Harri.borg, Jnly 10, 1865.
Clock and TVatch Jlakcr
AMD IMPORTER OF
Vicbc, Jewelry Sc French Time-Pieces
ALSO, MABCFACTCBER OF
SILVER AND SILVER PLA
GOLD, SILVER STEEL SPECTACLES,
No. 1031 Market Street, below Elevnth
Norih Side, .
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry neatly re
paired at the shortest notice.
Gilding and Plating, of all description?,
done neatly lo order.
N. B. Masonic, Odd Fellow's and
other emblematic Marks, made and En
graved to order. "
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF -
FRENCH, ENGLISH $ AMERI
TABLE AND POCKET CCTLEfc ?,
FOR SALE 'AND MADE TO ORDER.
No. 1031 Market Street, 3d door below
Eleventh, North eida.
March 26,. 1865. . . ....
WM.B KOOXS' Proprietor.
THIS magnificent Hotel, situate in the
central portion of the town, and op-o-ile
the Court House, rns beeri thoroughly
repaired and refurnished, and the Proprietor
h 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
aff.)rds,and his Gar with the choicest liquors.
Atteniise ostlers will alws be -on hand,
arid his stabling is the most extensive in
thi pa ion ol country. Omnibuses wil
aiwayscte in readiness to convey passen
&srs to and frorri the. Railroad Depots.
' V U'M..TJ.KOONS.
THE KCW IOKIi KEWS:
TOE BEST PAPERIN T'lIE WORLD.
C Wood, E1. and Proprietor
The Democracy of the North will com
mit a fataf error if they accept the result of
the lata Presidential election as an indica
tion from-the hand of Destiny to relax
iheir political action until the opening of
the next campaign. The future welfare-of
the republic depends npon the politic a
zeal and activity of the Democracy during
the year 1865. " , " . .
The small majority of the popular vote
that elected (he Black Republican candi
dates, considered in view of Iheextraordi
nary resources of the Administration for
corruption and cpmpulsion, attests that ihe
power of the Democracy, on a fair field, is
equal to the vindication of Democratic
There is one feature in the result of the
Presidential election that goes far to re
concile the patriot to the hard fate of his
country onder four years more of Black
Republican misrule. The baleful meteor
that lingered . in grief while in our political
atmosphere has vanished for ever. War
Democracy has fulfilled its mission of dis
organization, and like any other pestilence
will be remembered only for the evil it
The issue now before the people is the
final straggle between Centeralization and
States' Rights, and no journal is Democrat
ic that is not the .devoted ctrampion of
States' Rights, the paramount principle) of
the Democratic faith.
The New York News needs no testimony
beyond its plain unalterable record to sub
stantiate its claim to , being and having
been the most earnest, able and consistent
States' Rights Journal in the land. We
have no excuses to invent for modification
of sentiment, nor have we to plead "ex
pediency", in palliation of inconsistency.
Our path has been straight forward. Our
columns are before the people, not a line
in them that we would cancel , nor senti
ment we would recall, not an assertion
that requires an explanation, not a word
that we regret io have ur.ered, not a prin
ciple advocated that we have not tood by
and will eland by to the last. Such has
been our past record, so will be our future.
We do not, however, ask the Democracy
lo sustain us in our mission as a reward
for the service we have done, but in con
sideration of the good work that we pro
pose to do. The Nw York News for 1865
will not merely imitate its predecessors, it
will excel them. It shall be, not only the
liuest exponent cf Democratic principle,
but the best netifpaper in the country.
Heretofore it has had no superior as a ve
hicle of news, hereafter it shall have no
equal. In every department of journalism
we have arranged that the News shall dis
tance competition. It is the only Demo
cratic newspaper in the metropolis that has
the advantage of publishing a daily issue
with the full dispatches of the Associated
Press, and therefore its machinery for fur
nishing a complete record of events is
more perfect than that of any of its Demo
cratic cotemporaries. None have attempt
ed latterly, to compete with it in the publi
cation oi Southern intelligence, as our
yftem of exchange with Southern journals
LarHes the sagacity and enterprise of our
A glance at the columns of The News
devced to "Southern , and Northern per
sonals" will remark the extraordinary suc
cess that has attended our enterprise in
that direction. We are in daily receipt of
letters expressing the thanks of those who,
through th9 medium of the ''Personals'' in
The News, have been enabled to receive
tidings from their friends and relatives in
the South, and the heart of many an exile
and wanderer has been gladdened through
that instrumentality by words of affection
and hope from those mourned for as dead.
The New York News has become so
popular in the rural districts that other Me
tropolitan journals, in publishing their
stereotyped boast of :the largest circula
tion of any weekly journal" are constrain
ed to make an exception in our favor It
is a significant circumstance that since the
Presidential election and consequent de
mise of War Democracy, the subscriptions
to this paper have been unusually numer
ous. The Agricultural 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 any other journal.
The Daily News will forfeit one thou
sand dollars if, in the above Departments,
competent judges should deny its superi
One copy, one year, by mail
One copy, six months,
One copy, one year,
Four copies, one year,
Ten copies, one year,
l wenty copies, one year,
( , - -j r
We have no . traveling; acent authorized
to collect or receive money for subscrip
tions. Orders and letters should be addressed to
Daily News Office, New York.
Jan. 25, 1865.
Viiofhcr Arrival of Goods.
Hat, Cap and Grocery
tS3 CE 02. 03 o
Now is Four Time to Buy.
HE NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
THE undersigned having just returned
from the Eastern cities with a large
and full assortments of
to addition to a snneri-
or Stock of spring -and summer
13 HATS AND CAPS,
comprising every soil and quality, is now
prepared lo sell a little , cheaper than can
be purchased elsewhere.
IW Slock of GROCERIES are nol sur
passed in. this marke', which he offer?
cheap for cash, or in exchange for GRAIN
OR PRODUCE. ,
ALSO,-A fine lolofKIDS, MOROCCOES,
acd LININGS to which he invites the at
tention of .Shoemakers and the public.
Give him a call At Stroop's Old Stand,
on Main Street. -
Bloorssbarg, Nov'r 27 1864.
DR. J. R. EVANS,
PIiTSician and Surgeon.
AVING located permanently on Main
Street. BLOOMSRITRO. Pa in
form the public generally,. that be is pre
pared to attend lo all business faithfully and
punctually that may be introsled to his care,
on terms commennorale with the times. J
! ETIIe pays strict attention, lo Sw-ery
aswell as Medicine.
November 25, lSo3.-ly.
CABINET WARE ROOM;
T ESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
the Public to his extensive assortment
of Cabinet Furniture arid CHAIR S,(?
which he will warrant made of goodlioi
materials and in a workmanlike man-M
ner. At his establishment can always be
found a good assortment of .'fashionable
furniture, which is equal in style aud fin
ish to that of Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at as low prices. He has on hand
IW tl d,tterent 8tvle and lyJX
prices, from 825 to $60. Divans Lounges,
Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano etools,and
a varieiy of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card..TTTri
centre and pier tables, detashus, JjjT
cheffeniers, whatnots and comodes,E 2siJ
and all kinds of fashionable work.' His
slock of buieaus, enclosed and common
wasnstandSjdress-tables, corner cupbodrda,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is
the largest in this section of the county..
He will also keep a good assortment oi
looking glasses with fancy gilt and com
mon frames. He will also furnish spring
mattrasses fitted to any sized bedstead,
which are superior for durability and com
fort to any bed in nse.
Bloomsburg Nov. 4, 1863.
An Elegant Novelty In Watches.
THE cases of this walch, are an'entirely
new invention, composed ol six different
ma'ala combined, rolled together and
planished, prod ucing an exact imitation
of 18 carat gold, called Arcana, which
will always keep its color. They are as
beantiful and durable as solid gold, and
are afforded at one eighth the cost. The
case is beautifully designed, with Panel
and shield lor name, with Patent Push Pin,
and engraved In the exact style of the cele
brated Gold Hunting Levers and are real
ly handsome and desirable, and so exact
an imitation of gold, as to defy detection.
The movement is manufactured by the
well known St. Jimer Watch Company of
Europe, and are superbly finished, having
engraved pallets, laucy carved bridges,
adjusting regulator, with gold balanced,
and the improved ruby jewelled action
with the line dial and skeleton bands, and
is warranted a good time keeper. These
watches are of three different sizes, the
smallest being for ladies, and are all Hunt
ing Cases. A case of six, will be sent by
mail or Express for $125.00. A single one
sent in an element Morocco case for $25.00
wili readily sell for three times their cost.
We are the sole agents for this Watch in
the United States, and none are genuine
which do nol bear onr Trade Mark.
DEVAUGFI & CO., Importers,
15 Maiden Lane, New York.
Feb 8, 1865 3sno.
E. & H. T. AXTDOXY & t0 ,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
In addition lo enr main business i
POTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, we are
Headqoariers for the following, viz
Stercocopc and Steroscopic Views;
Of these we have an immense assortment,
including War Scenes, American and For
eign Cities and Landscapes, Groups, Stat
uary, &c, &c: Also, Revolving Stereo
scopes for public or private exhibition. Our
Catalogue will be sent to any address on
receipt of Stamp.
We were the first to introduce these into
the United States, and we manufacture im
mense quautities in great variety, raging
in price from 50 cents to S50 each. Our
AlLnr.'J.S have the reputation of being
superior in beaoty and durability te any
others. They will be sent by mail, ,
on receipt of price.
C"I Albums Made to order.fX
Our Catalogue now embracea over Five
Thousand subjects (to which additions are
continually being made) of Portraits of
Eminent Americans, &c, viz about
100 Maj. Generals,
200 Brig. GeaeraU,
1G0 Lieut. Colonels
250 Other Officers,
75 Navy Officers,
50 Prom'nt Women,
150 Prominent Foreign Portraits
3,OO0 Copies or Works of.
inclnding reproductions of the most cele
brated Engravings, Paintings, Statutes, &c
Catalogues sent on receipt of Stamp. An
Order for one dozen Pictures from our Cat
alogue will be filled on the receipt ol 1.80
and sent by mail, Free.
Pho'Qgraphers and others ordering good
C. O. D. will please remit twenty-five pe
cent of the amount with iheir order.
te The prices and quality oj our goods can
not fail to satisfy.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photosiaphic Materials,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Dec. 7, 864. 6mo.,
Rational Claim Agciicy5
- CONCrCTED BT -
HARVY 6c COLLINS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
N order lo facilitate the prompt adjust
nient of Bounty, arrears of pay, Pension
and other claims due soldiers and other
psrsons from the Government of the U. S ,
the undersigned has made arrangement
with the above firm whose experience and
close proximity to, and daily intercourse
with, the Department, as well as the early
knowledge acquired by them of Ihe decis
ions frequently being made, enable them
to prosecute claims more effectually than
Attorneys at a distance can possibly do.
All persons entitled to claims of the above
description can have them properly attend
ed to by calling on me and entrusting them
to my care. W. WIRT,
Agent for Harvy & Collins.
Bloomsb.urg, August 10, 1864.
DISSOLUTION OF C0-PABTNEIISI1IP.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing
between John K. Grotx & Edward Rehr,
trading under the firm of John .K. Grotz &
Co., is this day dissolved bt mutual con
sent. All persons having unseided . an.
counts, either on Book, Note, or Judgment,
are requested to present them without de
lav for adjustment. The Tannine
will hereafter be continued, in all its
branches, bv John K. Grotz & Son. m tha
Old Stand, near Bioomsbnrg.
- JOHN h . GROTZ & CO.
Bloomsburg, August 2, 1865. - " - ;
LIQUORS i LIQTJORSi
, VhocsaIe and; ISctail. .
THE subscriber would announce to the
citizens of Bloomsburg' and vicinity,
that he is selling LIQUORS in large and
small quantities, and afdifferent prices, at
nis ixew store, on xviain street,
north side, two doors south of
Iron street, Bloomsburg. His
stock oi foreign and Domestic
consists of Cognac and Rochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large assortment of
Old Rye, gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks VVhiskey, and any quantity, 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 extra BROWN
STOUT; all of which, he will sell at the
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to give his liquor a trial.
D. W. ROBBINS, A5H.
Bloomsburg, May 1, 1861.
HTOJllAG ISSCRAXCE COMPANY,
Office over the Jfyoming Bank,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 150,000.
tf Will insure against loss or damage
by Fire on property in town or country, at
DIRECTORS, G. M. Hollenback, John
Reichard, Samuel Wadhams, 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
G. M. IIOLT.ENBACII. Pres't.
D. L. SHOEMAKER, V. Pres't.
R. C. SMITH, Secretary, j
W. G. STERLING, Treasurer.
L H.CONOVER, Agent,
Beach Ilaveu, Fa.
December 2d, 1863. ly. j
JYcio Stochof Clothing.
IKBESIH iHWilS GIF
Spring anil Summer Goods.
T NVl TES attention to his stock of cheap
and fashionable Clothing at his Store, on
MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
two doors above the Amtrican House,
where he has just received from New York
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
.lie n and lioy's Clothing,
including the most fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, consisting of
Box, Sack, Frockf Gum and Oil Cloth
Coals, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already large stock of Fall
and Winter Shawls; striped, figured and
plain Vests, shirts, cravats, stocks, collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy
N B. He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assortment of Cloths" and
Vestings, which he is prepared to make up
to order, into any 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.
Ol every Description, Fine and Cheap
His Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Clolhina, Watches, Jewelry,
&c. &e. DAVID LOW EN BERG.
Bloomsburg, April 20, 1865.
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
More Fresh Goods.
Just received at Henry Giber's New
Store: MOLASSES, SUGARS,
TEAS, COFFEE, RICE, SPICES,
FISH, SALT, RAISIN,
CANDIES, NOTINNs, Tors,
FEED AND PROVISIONS,
Together with a great variety of notions
&c, too numerous to mention.
BUTTER EGGS, ME XT,
and Produce generally, taken in exchar.-re
for goods. The best market price will be
allowed. Give him a call.
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1&65.
At Slrovp's Old Stand, on Main Sired.
THE undersigned, having opened the
Store formerly occupied by David Slroup
as a Grocery, and furnished it with a large
and varied assortment of excellent
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
most respectfully invites the pa'ronage of
the citizens-of Bloomsburg and vicinity.
He is prepared to sell at wholesale and
retail, npon the most reasonable terms.
Merchants, Hotel-keepers, and Grocery
men, would do well lo give him a call.
OTAll kinds of Chewing and-Smoking
Tobacco, in large and small quantities,' con
stantly on hand fcr sale.
.II. H. HUNSBERGER.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 13, 1865.
THE next Term of this Institution will
begin on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16TH,
1865. The regular prices of Tuition range
from S5 50 to S7 50 per Term of Eleven
Weeks, to be paid at or before the middle
of the term. .
The usual extra charges will be made
for German and French, and the various
It is extremely important that the pupils
who shall attend the School should be pres
ent at the beginning of the term, or as soon
I after as possible, in order to start regularly
with the class. In all cases tuition will be
charged for the full term, unless otherwise
by special previous agreement.
The Principal has had an experience of
years in teaching the Languages and high
er Mathematics, as well as the various
branches of a substantial English Educa
tion, nnd will spare no effort to secure
rapid and thorough progress in his pupils.
- ' REV. H. RINKER, A. M.
August 9, 1865. Principal.
Attorney at Law,
' '" " ' ' ' AND '
Office on Main, Street, CATAJVISSA,
. Columbia county. Pa.
July 12, 1S55. 3ra. ;
B. II. STOHNER,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER
AS always on hand and for sale Fresh
BREAD. CAKES, and PIES; .7."
French and Domestic Confections
in great and splendid variety ; Nuts' Fruits,
and everything usually found in" a first
class confectionery store. "
He would call especial attention to hia
newlv received stock of
PICKLED FRUITS, AND JELLIES.
Having recently fitted up a new and
Ice Cream Saloon,
on the first floor, tw doors west bf Eyer
& Moyer's Drug store, he is prepared to
wait upon his many customers with FIRST
CLASS ICE-CREAM as cheap as the
cheapest. He will supply Balls, Parties,
and Picnics with Ice Cream, Confectionery,
&c, at reasonable rates .
Bloomsburg, April 26, 1865.
D3 2TTISTS.Y. :
II C IIOWfcK,
"R ESPECFULLY offers his
proiessiunai services io me
-t-r Initios Kr irnllpmpn nl Ktinrnc.
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
to all the various operations in Dentistry,
and is provided with the latest improved
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, lo look as
well as natural.
Mineral plate and block teeth manufac
tured and all operations on teeth carefully
A superior article of Tooth Powders, al
ways on hand. AHoperations on the teeth
Residence and Office, a few doors above
ihe Court House, same side.
Bloomsburg Aug. 19, 1885
PENNSYLVANIA & ERIE RAILROAD
This great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania lo
the city of Ere, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania
Rail Road Company, and is operated by
- Its entire length was opened for passen
ger and freight business, Oct. 17th, 1864.
Time of Passenger trains at Norlh'd.
Mail Train 10 16 P. M.
Elmira Express Train, 1 1 27
L. Haven Accommodation, 11 27 A. M.
Tyrone Accommodation, 4 10 P. M.
Mail Train, 4 26 A. M.
Elmira Expres Train, 5 18 "
Lock Ha-'n Ac'modatiort 4 34 P. M.
Tyrone Accommodation, 11 00 A. M.
Tassenger cars run through on Mail train
without change both ways between Phila
delphia Erie, and Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Mail Taic
bo:h ways between Philadelphia and Lock
Haven, and on Elmira Epxress Train both
ways between Williamsport and Baltimore
For information respecting Passenger
business apply at cor. 30th and Market Sis.,
Philadeluhia. And for Freight business o
the Corrpanv's Agent.
S. B. Kinnston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Mar.
kei Street, Philadelphia.
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
W Brown, As't. N. C. R. R.. Baltimore,
H. H. HOUSTON.
General Freight A gt. Phil'a.
H. W. G WINNER,
General Ticket Agt. Phil'a.
JOS. D. POTTS,
General Manager, Williamsport.
Feb. 22, 1865.
Prospectus or Vol. III. 1SG3.
A MONTHLY JOURNAL,
E VOTED IO LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND
ART, AND THE
Principles of 1776 and '87.
C. CHAUNCEY BURR, Editor.
rihis Magazine will continue to defend
the principles of Government which
guided our fathers in the fonndation of he
Republic. The spirit and doctrine of ihe
two first volumes will be fully maintained
in the third volume. We have no compro
mises io make with error no parley with
despotism. Democracy will be treated,
not as a varying policy of cunnicg ofllce
seekers and spcil-hunters, but rather as an
abiding principle of political economy and
of popular liberty. All supporters of this
revolutionizing, Abolition war, will be held
as the enemies of the Democracy. We
shall acknowledge no organization to be
Democratic which does not honestly enun
ciate and support the principles of the
Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions of 1798
and the Dred Scott Decision of the Su
preme Court, the one assserting Stale Sou
ereignty and the other White supremacy. To
preserve these honorable doctrines, the
Democratic party was organized by the
very loundersof the Federal Government,
and it remained true to them down to Ihe
fatal and dishonoring departure, at the
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HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU," ,
Tor weafenes arising from Excesses, Eablts of Dlarip.
tlon, Early Indiscretion, attended wltU tho following
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Lo69 of Memory, Difllcnlty of DreaUilnV.
"Weak Nerves, Trembling, - '
Horror of Dlseas!, ' frakerolnoss,
Dimness of Vision, s - Tain In the Eaci, "
Hot Hands, Flashing of Ihe Dody, -
Dryness of tho Etta, Eruptions of tho Fao
Universal Lassitude, Fallicl Coantenonce,
These symptoms. If allowed to goon (which thla MedV
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. FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, &e., . .
In one of which the patient may expire. VTho canity
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' ryrSAXITT AXD COXSTJMPTIOX?
Many are aware of tho canse of thrtr suffering, but non
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tho truth of the assertion
Tho Constitution, oaco affectod by organic weakness,
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i:ot A JEW "
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na(?rc.nlSln tie blood. Pcch a remedy that could bo
relied oa has long been sought for, and now, for toe Crst
time the psMIo hare one cn which they can, depend. Our
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but the trial of a sickle fcottle will show to the sick that It
baa its virtues eurpawlng anything they have ever taksn.
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HELKTJOLD'S HC3S Y7A3H,
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use, fi.'.l hun Jrr .: -f ViOKtw.J living wltnesecs.and np.
wards cf tr-ollclte.l certificates and recommenda
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lnctudirg ct.iar-tltsvsiclans. Clergymen, talesmen, Ae.
Tho Tro-rietor has r.evcr resorted to their publication la
the newspapers ; ?:c do s not do this from the fact that his
articles rank as Standard Preparations, and do not used
to be propped np by certificates.
The Science of Medicine, like the Doric Column, should
stand simple, pure, majestic, bavins Fact for its basis
Induction fur lta pillar, and Truth alone for Its Capitol. -
My Extract SarsfipariHa Is a r.lood Purifier; tr.y rxtrae
Eucau Is a KcrcUc. end will act as such la ell cases.
Both are prepared on purely eclentiflc principles
tacvo and aro tho moet active measures cf either tha
ecn be made. A ready aud conclusive test will be a com-'
rarison of their propcr'-Jes wlta those set forth In tho fbW
Sc? Dlrpcrsatprr of tho TsJtoil Efatcs. '
Eee Professor Dzwxxs' valuable works oa the rreU
Ece re:r.arts randc by the celebrated Dr.rarsie, rhila. '
See remarks madefy Tr. Eran.uu McDowell, a cele
brated rfcvEicSsn end Kember of too Royal College of
Enrgeons, Ireland, end publlAcd la the Transactions of
the IZing and Queen's Journal. -
Ece Medlco-Cbimrgicitl Kcvlew, published by Bxns
Tkatzcs, Fellow of the IZoysI College of Burgeon,
Beo most cf the late standard worts on Madlclne. " ; " -
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