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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
farms thcro nro portions of meadows of
which the produco Is -ery small comimr
cd with others. Thrso sections ran he
much Improved, without breaking the
sward by a liberal top-dresblug of llmo
and wilt. Theso will Invigorate tho
growth of tho aftermath, and if repeated
tho ensuing spring will render tho poor
spots equal in productiveness tothof-oby
which they nro surrounded. Tho ex
periment is worth trying, unlets It is
deemed desirnblo to breakup tho whole
meadow for tho purpose of rescedlng at
a future day. Nearly tho same results
can bo produced by tho application of
leeched wood ashes ns a top-drcsslng
whero tho material Is attainable for
Sheep. If troubled with ticks, lice
or scab, though at this season It will not
do ordinarily to dip them, tho spots
most ntrceted may bo wot with the
dipping solution (strong tobacco
water, mndo by boiling tobacco stems,
mixed with strong country soft-soap)
This is best applied by n bottlo having
a groovo cut in thesido of the cork with
which It stoppered. Give sheep access
to water dally. It is a great mistake to
force them to eat snow or go without
Feed roots ficely to nil, and especially
to fattening sheep. Very llttlo grain
will bo a great benefit, if equally ills-
tributed. Handle your sheep and knvw
Insects can now bo successfully
headed off. Tho eggs of tho tent-cater'
pillar seem to bo especially arranged
with n view to their ready removal. If
n swelling Is seen near tho end of a twi;
It should bo looked to, as it is likely
that there Is n deposit of eggs glued In
a band aronnd It. These clusters nro
readily seen whilo tho trees arc leafless.
and may bo removed by tho aid of a
step-ladder, on trees of moderate size,
and on larger ones a pair of shears may
bo arranged at the end of a polo to work
by a string. Any time and labor mini
red to remove theso eggs will bo tirofltiv
Fowls usually roost as high as post
bio to avoid uncomfortablo draughts of
nlr. If indulged In this, they often
become asphixiatod and drop dead from
their perches, from breathing foul air
arising from tho fermentation of their
droppings, or being suffocated by tho
carbonic acid gas from tho breaths
of many fowls, all close to tho top of
tho houso or from both causes. In
warm quarters and well fed, they will
begin to lay before tho clo:o of tho
Dahlia Hoots. Keep your Dahlia
roots just as they como out of tho groud
until spring, Do not pull tho roots from
the stem, unless you wish to destroy
them. They must bo kept attached
until tho buds aro started in the spring,
when they nro separated in n way to
give a root to each bud.
In poli-ihlngor washing door knobs or
other articles projecting from a painted
surface, protect tho paint by slipping
over tho nrticles a piece of stout pastc
boarod or cloth, having a holoor slit in
the center largo enough to slip it on.
Accounts. To begin tho now year
aright when it comes, the old year must
be finished rightly. Farmers aro apt to
run into careless habits about their ac
counts not so much in, money transac
tions as in their store bills, especially
whero tho farm products aro exchanged
for family groceries. Go over all uc
counts, and get ready to commence with
a clear balance-sheet January 1st, 1607.
A plain account-book has prevented'
many a law-suit, for It is tho very best
witness a man can take into court, pro
vided it lias been regularly and accu
Foddeii. It makes llttlo difference
how abundant fodder is ; its waste is
criminal. Those who throw out hay,
straw or stalks, to bo trampled upon,
nnd trod into the ground by cattle ami
fchcep, do a very foolish thing, for If
properly used as bedding even, It would
bo worth a good deal for ma'aure. Hacks
ought to bo provided for tho yard and
sheds, as well as for the stalls, and so
constructed that all tho cattlo refuse
may bo worked over as indicated.
Livestock of all kinds, require
tho farmer's especinl caroand daily per
sonal utteutlon. Tho cold weather is
apt to Induce carelessness on tho part
of tho hands, and animals aro not weli
watered or equally foddered, or syste
matically curded or cleaned, unless tho
master's presenco s.ecuro faithful work.
Feed and water regularly and well, and
keep salt before horses, cattloandsh, op.
"Wo llko tho Liverpool rock salt tho best.
This comesln solid, hard masses, weigh
ing several pounds, nnd lumps may bo
laid in tho mangers or in salt troughs In
tho yard. Give all kinds of eattio a
daily nirlng of two or treo hours. Young
cattle and shceji may havo much more
liberty. No class .of stock should bo
allowed to run down In flesh it is so
hard to bring them up again, nnd keep
the young stock growing.
Cows. Keep their stables clean, sprln
klo gypsum to prevent tho oder of am
monia. Give abundant ventilation, but
not cold drafts. Mako them exercise
dally, when it Is not very icy. If kept
In a yard, see that tho shed h dry, well
roofed, and, If possible, board up tho
front in part, and put up feed racks,
Put balls or boards on tho horns of tho
"bullies," and of quarrelsomo ones. It
Is said that corn nubbins fed to cows on
tho ground Is n preventative of abor
tion. If thero bo any vlrtuo It, It prob
ably lies In tho cow's picking up soino
earth with tho corn. It Is well to give
occasionally a handful of wood ashes,
and If a cow's breath Is not quite sweet
glvo pulverized charcoal and a tablo
spoonful of nitre (saltpetre) In her food
180. Oct Up Vuliv Clllln. 1830.
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oftheworld with cdltoilnl arih-tes on Gocin-
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l i' lee I uncut, t.iti-inrv notices, Agriciiiiuiai in
formation, AH, Mule, etc., t . llostdis special
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ated Pie Irotit every part of the United states,
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irom w iiiucver pinui inn sii-iinii-in uriu ituicii.
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heeoniH llrmly fixed In putilte istcem.
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regular contributors :
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li. w. i:.Mi:iiwN,
WILLIAM ci'Ll.HN llltVANT.
J. T. TltOWllltllJtiK.
DONALD 11. MITCH ELL.
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The' ATT 'NTIC MONTHLY nn.l our VnlTvn
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eiu. fluents Miiiuisi iiiroiigliDul me colttltry
Alldrcbs llCICNOlt A riLl.lW, Vubllshers,
l.'l Trt'iiiout htrtct, llostun, Mats,
un youxq folks.
Wo resnetfullv fnvlttuittentloii in thn fcAt ni'Inv
nni iiiiin uie nine tiuu (opuiar uenuiy rtiuie u
perintendent of schools t r lvnnKylnnIn:
Misarh.Tn'K.un A tJi.tns, Huston. Miims.:
ur.NTi.rMi n, IVuntt me to enngiutulate you
on thn nurUed fcuitw of "bur Youn Kolits."
1'rom th iMuieuf the tivnl number I have watch
ed with jnuUi solicitude hit tona nml -haiiirtcr,
well UnowlnR the Immense luHueuec, or oivl or
(or evil, it would bo likely to wiclo. J ml til n;
by tlie tone which hu.s prevailed lu much of our
juvenuo ineraiure, nom io.ikioih mat secular, 1
leareu inai iiHcouinouiorN uuui ia'K umi youtm
heiirttHlness which can n'one oetilt ii tn iiUA
nature, or that tho filth and Inzenuousiieti!. of
youth might bo tampeitu with andilUplaced by u
mu-yiur luuvicisauu uciuiiaoi inaiuier 3 ears,
llupplly my feuin have jaovt'd unam'llew. ami
the wholo eunitmiiill v lmvi in I bunk nn fur nm.
duel 1 iif a inaicatun w well nd.intcd to thec'at8 tor
wiiieu 11 14 niunucu.unaHoeievuinijruna leiiu
ingln Ibilnduenot'ii. SMlTKL 1. If. VI Vt.
Deputy (itiito miperinteiutuit Kchools, Va,
TCItSrS OrOUU YOUNO rOMW: 82h year, In
advance; three copies, W; live copies, Mj ten co.
uc, un; nuu cuitn uituiuonai copy siA Twenty
eoptev, itfMtud a copygi-utU to tho potkou pr Jcur
illif tin club.
BiHclaL Inducements ofiVred to leAehcrs toficl
nsagv'nttt. Mmtclal copy and circular sent to pcr
roiu who wih to pioe ore nubscrlbcu, for UsU
rt-ijt, iii.akui ei r luuin, 1 unnsneru,
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
AND CHEMICAL BTOUI2,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, r.MNTH, PERFUMERY
AND TOILET AUTICL1B.
KYi'.Il & MOYEU
respeclfttUy Invito it contliumnco of putronnKc.
Their Dings anil MedlelneBitronll felccted with
the Ktealeit cure, nxoldliM us much ns posslblo
tho introduction of delirious uostitims, nnd aro
purchased front tho best tmpoitltiix houses In tho
of all kinds, Including Ayrr's, Jnyne's, Hollo
way's, llosletter's, Whhurt'f, Hoollund'B, Ac.
constantly on hand.
COAt. OIL AND AI.C0II0I-.
IIAin, TOOTH, NAIL, AND
1'AfNTH AND CHEMICALS
of e cry variety, and of the best quality,
1'ANCY TOILET AltTICLEB.
Tlio puhlle may rely at all limes on procuring tho
above articles, with all tho new useful prepara
tions kept In the best conducted establishments.
and Family Ilecelpts compounded with tho Rrcat
i st accuracy nnd dispatch.
LMlESIl A1UUVAE OF NEW
X OOOlirt. Tho utidcislRtied has Just airlvod
fiom tho City with n latge assortment of Dings,
Medicines, l'aluls, Oils, Varnishes, and DyoKtuflV,
Itendy-Mude Clothing, rerfumery, Toy nnd 1 nncy
Articles, Druggist's Glassware, Inushes, Trusses
and Supporters, and agcnetnl nssoriinent of e cry
tiling that belongs to n well-appointed Hi ug Stoic.
Also ratent Med iclnes of till kinds, such ns Jnyne's,
Ayer's, Wishntl's, Wluslow's Soothing Hyrup,
Brown's Troches, Bwnlu's Panacea, linker's Cod
Liver Oil, Hooflahd's Hitters constantly on hand.
Monocco i.EATiini;, kid, i-iiknch Moroc
co, rrtUNCH CALPHKINf, PINK
by the dozen or nnlfdo7cn. Also
SHOn-flNDINGS, ri-'HINa-TACKLC, Ac.
Having had a largo experience In tho drug busi
ness, I would respectfully init those wlshlnp
anything In that lino to call and see tuy stock be
fore pm chasing elsewhere. In medicines quality-
Is of the first Importance."
JOHN n. MOYErt.
I) OYAE & ItOYEIt,
aiLIlHUT, ROYAL A CO.
Importers nnd Dealers In
DltUOS, MEDICINES, SriCES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, DYE STUITS, Ac,
No. 303 nnd 311 North Third Street,
find Dealers In
CIItMICAU?, 2ir.DICINCM, TATKNT MIZDI-
cines, srici:st pai:;ts, oils,
WINDOW O LASS,
VAiiNi&nry, Dvny, Ac, ic,
Southeast comer of Tlilrd nnd Callowhlll yts.,
No. T37 Maikct Street, imo door below Klghth,
DUUGS, JIKDICINTA CHEMICAL,
PAINTS, OILS, GLAS-, VAnNISIIES, DYIH,
and every other article pertaining to the btHlncs,
of lhe best (luallty, nnd nt lowest market rates,
JOIIX STItOUP &. CO.,
Successors to Stronp & llrothcr,
WHOLCSALi: DCAIXIIS IN I'lSH,
,21 North W.urvjf, nnl JiNj.-.h Water St.,
JEXNEDY, STAinS & CO.,
WHOLESALE FI.SII DnAIXItS,
Nos. 130 and 1SJ Not th Wharves,
yrEAVER lt SPUAXKLE,
WHOLESALE CltOCEUIUU ANDCOJIMIiS'SION
Nos. ?J3 and 2-.T Aich Street,
CCIIELL, BEItGEIt & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEUCIIANT3
I'lSH, HALT, CHEESE, I'HOVISIONS, id,
Nos. 122 ami 121 Nortli Wharves, ahovo Arch fit,
Solo agents for WllcoxS Wheel Qieasc, lu bar.
rcU, Itegs, and cans.
JORDAN A imOTHEIt,
nud Denlcrs In
BALTPETEE AND BRIMSTONE,
No 209 Nortli Third Sti cet,
QOTTHELL & AY11ES,
WhoUhale Denlcre lu
ri.SII, CHEESE, Ac, ie:.
No, 100 North V.'harves,
toeond door above Arch Street,
I"I V' 1ETER3IAX
with LHTINCOTT A TROTTER,
No. 21 North Water Street,
and No, a) North Dolaivaro Avenue.
nonniNs & co
Northeast corner of Kccond and Vino Strests,
J 11. I'UHSEL,
HARNESS, SADDLE, AND TRUNK
nud dealer lu
CARPLT-llACiS, VALISP.S, I'LY-NETS JLc,
MMn fitreet, Tlloomsburi;, Pa.
TjlIE UXIOX HOTEL,
Arch Strcot, between Tlilrd una r'ourth Htreets,
CHRIST & WEnElt,
TTUlUtAIt l'Olt CA'i'AWlSSA I
THIS WAY roil DAHOAINS.
Goods to compare with stringency of tho money
malket, Look nn.l coinpnro prices oeioro pur
dinting elsewhere. Just call nt tin) favorite busi
ness Atnnd of
McNINCl! & HIIUMAN,
nnd you will ho met by tho obliging proprietors or
their clerks, nndshown through their great variety
store free of charge, of course. They will clvoyrit
n f.ilr chnnoo to spend your loo-o change, they
trust much more profitably than It can bo spent
STOCK or BUY COOIW
this Pprlng is much larger lu nil Us varieties than
LADIES' Dni-JSS O00D3
nro of the nicest styles In innikct. They haven
HATH, CAl'S, HOOTS AND SHOUS,
HU.MJinn cloths, cassinc-iis,
CASHIMKHES, AND VnsTINOfi,
nnd numerous articles common to such establish'
mcnts, besides n general nssoriinent of
HAiimvAnn, tinwaui:, QUr.KNsWArtH,
nil nt greatly leduced prices, They wish to eon
duct their business on tho system of
"PAY AS YOU 00,"
and tliev think they can afford to sell very cheap.
They lcturn their thank) for many past tavois,
nnd nik tho fuluro patronage of their former cus
tomers nnd the public generally.
McNINCII & SHUMAN.
lOIUltUSTEK A lillOTIIEK,
linporiers nun jooocrs oi
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
HOOP SKIRTK, HANDICERCIIIEI'H,
THREAD, 8EWINO SILKS,
TRIMMINGS, PORTE MONNAIES,
SOAPS, PEItrUMERY, TANCY GOODS, AND
Alo Manufacturers of
BRUSHES AND LOOKING GLASSES,
and Dealers in
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
I1RO011S, ROPES, TWINES, Ac.
No. 300 North Third Street, above Vine,
g L. UETTLE,
w 1th V.USII, DUNN A CO.,
No. M North Third Street,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES. AND
No. 03 Nortli Thhd Street,
w noicsaic ami nctau Dealer m
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, Ac.
No. 29 North Second fclrcct, opp. Christ Church
JAKCIlOFT A CO.,
importers ana jouuers oi
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTlls
CASSI.MEItIVs, LLANKirrs, LINENS,
DRY GOOHS, HOSIERY, Ac,
ZS-DKEWS, WILKIXS & CO., '
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
No. 503 Market Street,
pSEl'H S. DELL,
Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer In
CLOTHINO, CLOTHS, CASSIMERE5", AND
No. 13 North Third Street,
rATSOK & JAS'3.TEY,
Importers and Jobbers of
SILK AND FANCY DRESS COOPS,
No. 323 Market Stleet.
QUlt STANCH GLOSS
is tho only nrtlclo used by
FIRST-C'LAfcS HOTEL'S, LAUNDRIES, AND
THOUSAND- OF FAMILIES,
It gives a beautiful polish, miltlm; I lie Iroupaps
snioothlv over the cloth, a Ins; sacit Tutu nud
inimr. ijiHHis done up wiiu it i.cipcuan inuei
longer, coUAeuqeniiy win nut w car oui ikj soon.
IT MAKES OLD LINEN LOOK LIKE NEW.
OUR IMPERIAL BLUE
IS THE BEST IN THE WOULD.
It is soluble in hnrd us well as soft water. It P
put up in tho sa test, neatest, an i must convenient
lorin or uny oueieu en me piiuuc.
IT IS WARRANTED NOT TO STREAK THE
Agents wanted everywhere, to whomwoofli
extraordinary inducements, Addle.-,
NEW YORK STARCH G LOSS CO.,
tcr22-(lm-r..to '.'IS I iillcn Mieit.Ncw Yoik,
J)mVE, EUSTOM et CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
COTTON YARNS, CARPCT CHAINS,
BAITS, WICKS, TIE YARNS, CORDAGE,
BROOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
LOOK'G GLASSES, CLOCKS, FANCY BASKETS,
TABLE, FLOOR, AND CARRIAGE
No. 539 Maikct Street, south side,
MEADVl LLi: TH EO LOG 1 OA I
SCHOOL. Thn Full leim begun Septein
bi.i i. T.io I'ncultv of Instttlctloii eonsislM l torn
lesldcnt and tour non-resident proiessors, nud a
tutor, llioohject is to iclucido young men lor
tho Christian Ministry. Theio Is n preparatory
class for those who hno not leeched a colleglato
euiiv.uiuii, voie iiiiuori'u Him hi.i v UDluirs II ear
mi' grained to bineileliirlcs. with an nddltloual
mm In nci lal (o-st. The tuition, tuo of Library
aim text-books, mo fieo to all. 'llin School was
luiiuiieii o,v ino e'lliiaiian anil i urilian uelioml
nations, but U linen to nil who bellceo In l!u,ll.
vliir origin of Chtlllanlty, 'i he Library consists
Alinileutlou niav bo inadA to Itev. A. A. T.lc.i
more, President of tho Board of Distinction,
.uciuviuc, i-a, novi7-iy
TOUVIN'S KID GLOVE CLEAN
tl I'M. IMiihllhlie I 12 years. Tho only eoj.1
iirtlcleinrliiklnnlly cleaning KM Gloves. They
can bo denned whllo upon thu Imnd.nnil worn
Immediately. It is inodorous, Ono bottlo utlt
oiaon 31 piiirs. Prlro ill cents, ItelnlUd by most
Druggists and I'uney Stores. Wholisiahi by Do
mas Baltics in. 'f MVIU rtc.,aud nthert,
Vsr Y'wk nnvU -e'n
ARE THE REST IN THE WORLD.
Salesrooms, GM Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pn.
Whllonlarito number of Machines havo been
offered to tho public, soino of whluli possess points
of excellence and acknowledged merit, wo havo
long felt what others havo experienced, the ne
cessity of n Machine more petfect Inlts mechani
cal structure, combining lu the
SIMPLICITY WITH DURABILITY,
nnd whllo carablo of doing a
GREATER RANGE OP WORK,
ono that could bo easily understood and compre
hended by nil.
To supply n Hewlng-Machlne free from the oh-
lections attached In others has been nocasy task;
for wc not only had to surpass other laeiuncs, as
they appeared jcars ago, but also ns Improved
from llmo to time by more recent experience.
This wo boldly claim has been accomplished by
the liberal expenditure of capital, and the pa
tient, untiring labor of years; and in presenting
r Machine to lhe public, we shall innl: stion:
assertions respecting Its merits, which mo nro
prepared to substantiate III every pa'tlcular.
Discarding tho Chain ana Loop.orKnusmcnes,
wo adopted tho
ialllto on both sldfs of the fabric), which is rc.
gamed by the masses as besj sultrd to all kinds
of worlt, Hut to meet obJoctlonssomctlmosiU'Rod
against this favorite stitch, wo lime added the
Knot, Double Loci!, and Double Knot, cither of
STRONGER AND MORE ELASTIC
than tho Locks thus enabling the operator to
select a stitch
to every grade of fabric, and whero necessary, sew
seams much sttonger than it is possible to do by
POUR DIFFERENT STITCHES
with ns much ease as ordinary Machines mako
one, and with as little n nchinery.
The result of lepcated tests has been nil wo
could desire, and from Its first Introduction the
riorenco lias gained hosts of friends, and been
regarded ns a
proving that the public fully appreciate the many
ndvnntagcs combined In the 1-lorenco Machine,
Over all others, tho Florence must bo seen to bo
We claim lor tho
over any and r.U
SEWING-MACHINES IN THE WORLD:
T3- It makes four illircrent stitches, the lock,
knot, doubWoek, and double-Un)t, oi. one and
tho name maciilne. Iiich stitch being alike on
botll sides of tho fabric.
Every Machine lias the reveislble feed mo
Hon, which enables lhe operator, by simply turn
ing n tliumb-screw, to have tlie work run either
to tho right or left, to stay any part of the seam,
or fasten tho ends of scams, without turning the
CJ-Changing tho lenath of stitch, nnd fiom
ono kind of stitch to nnothcr, can icadlly bo done
whilo the Muchlno is In motion,
5- The needle Is easily adjusted, and does not
5-It is nlmost noiseless, and can be used
whero rpilet Is necessary.
fiZ Its motions nro all posltlse; there are no
springs to get out of order, and Its simplicity en
able any ono to operate It.
3- It does not require finer thread on the under
than for tho upper side, an.1 will slw across the
heaviest seam, or from ono to mote thicknesses
of cloth, without change of needle, tension, brail;
lug llucad, or skipping stitches.
WThe ItcRimer Is easily adjusted, and will
turn any width of hem desired.
2- No other Machlno will do so or at a rango
of work as the Florence.
3It will hem, fell, bind, gather, braid, quilt
nnd gather and sew on a rulllo at the same time
1 1 has no springs to get out of order, nnd will hi.l
i-It Is fully protected nnd licensed by Ellas
Howe, Jr., and our own Lellcis Patent.
The taking up of the slick-thread Is not per
formed by the ii regular contraction of a wire coll
or uncertain operation of springs. The precision
and accuracy with which tho Florence draws the
thread into the cloth is unappioae-l.ed oy any
sew lug-.Macliluc hitherto oifcrud in the world.
o furnish each Machlno with "B.irnum's Self.
Sewer," which guides the work itsclf.and Is of In
cal ,-ulablo value, especially to Inexperie nce oper
Whllo possessing tho above, nnd many other
advantages, mo r lorcnco Is sold nt eorii-siKindin;
prices with other Ilrst-class Machine's, nnd a care
ful examination will fully substantiate all that
wu have claimed for It, nnd Justify thn ussertlon
we now make, that it Is tho best Sewlng-Maehluo
in the woild,
We waraant every Machine to be nil that we
claim f.-r It, and to give entire, satisfaction, and
h ' ituitui.ij,,, leiii.iu.
Liberal nrrangements mad with those who bus-
to nil again. Further Information may be had
by Inclosing stamps to the General Olllco of tho
Florence f-cwlng-Machlno Company, U'O Chestnut
street, Philadelphia, Fcimsylwuila.
PRICES OF MACHINES.
o. I, Plain. This Machine makes thn lock
undknot stitches, nnd has the re crslblefeed.
o. 2, Klorence. Gold-oinnmenlcd Machine,
with diawcr, and light cover, without lock;
makes nil tho four slllchts, nnd has the re-
o, 3. Sllv. r-plated Machine, ornameute-d ;
table oll.ilnls'ud walnut, with heavy half
ease, lock and drawer; makes nil thu four
stln lii-s, nnd has the teecislblo feed
o. I. Sllvcr-lilalcd Machine, highly orna
mented, and makes all tho four stitches,
and has the reversible feed.
PolMiisl mahogany table
Polished Rosewood Tabte
o, 5. Wnlnut table, lu oil
Mahogany table, in oil
Rosewood table, In oil ,
o, 0, Walnut, oil finished ,".
O, (1. EVAN.s, General Agent,
C30 Chestnut fetieet, Philadelphia.
77.MPI hi: shuttle sewing-ma
.j;'!-'-?!?? "r." s-'iP'ilir to nil others for
I A JULY AND . ANUF.UTUHING PURPOSE-
t ontainnu the latest Inipniviinenlsj nto speedy
..... .. ,.,,,, ,,.i itnj- i, mint,
lllusti-iiteil t.'IrcuUrsiici', Agents wanted. LI
eral discount allowed, No con.lgiimentsmadc,
tyiiot J..'li'JKi H, .11. CO..
""S'-'y CIO Brotid,.iiy, New -joY
gT. CIIAItLES HOTEL,
ON THE EUROPEAN TLAN,
New, CO, C CI, and 04 Norlh Thltd Streets,
between Matkct and Arch Streets,
DRY GOODS, &c.
FALL AND WINTER OOODSI,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND AVINTEIt. GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOOD",
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HATS AND CAl'S,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAW,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MA DE CLOTI 1 1 NO,
PA IN IS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
GEAE AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEED.?,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
McKKLVY, NEAL A CO.'S,
MlKELVY, NEAL & CO.'S,
Ml'KELVY, NEAL & CO.'S,
McKKLVY, NUAL A CO.'S,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
Northwest corner of Main and Markot streets,
Northwest coiner of Main nnd Minkot Streets,
Noilliwest coiner cf Main nnd Market streets,
Northw est comer of Main and Market Streets,
Northeast co nur of Main an J Market Streets,
IRON AND N.MIA
IRON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAIIA
IRON AND NAILS. 1
IKON AND NAIU:
'-tallest no's nt
r EADING IlAl LltOAD.
li SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
April il, 1WI.
Great Trunk Line from the N01 Ih and Nnrthw,.,,
for Philadelphia, New York, Reading, Pottsvllu
Taniaqu.i, Ashland, Ijebiiuon, Allcntown, ljiitou'
Trains lenvo Harrlslium for New York as hi.
lowst At n,T:lii, and IW, a.m., nnd 2nndli:Wr-i
connecting with similar trains on the Pmiu'vi!
vanla Rallrond, nti'l nnlvlnij at Now York M tit
And ID a.m., nnd. Hin nml l': r.M. Sleeping iv,,
accompany lhe S A.M.nndUi'JJl'.M. trnlns,wri10ui
Iavoiiarrisniirgior iieauing, i-ottsvillcTnraiu
tiu.i, Mlnersvllle, Ashland, Pino Grovi'.AIIeidoiL
nnd Philadelphia at Till) AM., and '.' nnd iwir- sr
slopping nt Lelianon nml principal Way Stntln'm'
tho I1211 1'.M. train making unclose connect Inns tal
Pottsvilleor Philadelphia. For l'otlsMlle,Ki iniL
kill Haven, nnd Auburn, via Schuylkill nml Ktii.
1 nnd S:."A P.M.
Li nve Pollsvllln for Harrlxburg, la Sclitij Hjm
an 1 Siisquehannn Railroad, at 7 A.M.
Readhi-f Accomodation Train leacs lh-ndlngn'
0 A.M., returning Iroin l'lithulelphln at o p.m. '
t'ohimlila Itallto.-id Trains lease Rending nt r,-'si
and I:1 I'.st. for Ephrntn, I.ill, Cotumbta, Ac. Ac
On Sundays lenve New York at S:3U p.m.; Piiiin.'
dolphin nt 8 a.m. nnd 3:1-1 p.m., tho 8a.m. train nin.
nlngonly to Reading! l'oltsvlllcnt 8 a.m.; Tnu
iiuaat T:l a.m. ; llarrlslnirgntlWi .m.; and Bona
lug nt 1MJ a.m. for HnrrlsUtrit, nnd UWJ A.M.fui
New Yoik, nnd 1:2-5 p.m. Tor Plillndelphla.
Commutation, Mileage, Sanson, Excursion, hm
School Tickets ut reduced rates to nnd fioiunu
llai pa?' cheeked thtongh. Eighty pounds (j
buggagc itlloued cai h passenger.
O. A. N1COLI-S, Ocn.Saro.
Reading, Pa., April 2.1, ISM. 1
iTOHTHEUN CENTItAL 1VAIL.
DIRV.CT ROUTE NORTH AND SOUTH,
Through between Baltimore nnd Rochester
WllllOUr CHANGE OF CARS.
On nnd alter November in, 1800, trains will lanro
a i follows 1
MHTALO EXPltl'JSM leaves Bnlllmom ,!
elellverlng passengers nt Northumberland ;A
v..i., I"J 1 nun wu Kiivjiu" uiiiu. tiii'i JiiuuiiiMiiipr
ltalliniid, lcnelimnt 7 A.M., nrrlvlnp In DanMM
T! 10 A.M.. llloomsburi' tea AlM.. Kltiesl (111 IlkU
A.M., Scranton 1-' noon,
MAIL leaves llalllmnre 11:1.1 A.M., dallv (exert
Sund.ivs): Phlladeliihla ll:3il A.M.; HinrM.uri!
l'2il P.M., deilvellng passengers nt Nnrtluiinbi-n
Innd for train on Liickiiwnniiannd BlnonisbuM
Railroad, h aving at 0:2i) P.M., roceeillng nortC
nnd arriving In Wllllamsport nt C:11 P.M,
FAST LINE leaves Ball Itnore dally (except Sua,
davs), 12:10 P.M.! Philadelphia Il:" P.M. ; Ilurris
burglilo P;M.; Northumberland 0:1 1 W.M.; passi-n,
pers by II1I1 train remain overnight nt Nortlano
lierlaiid leaving the following morning at 7 A. iL
nrrlMng lnbcrnnton 12 M. "
EXPltFAS TRAIN leaves Northumberland It
P.M., inlly (except Sunilavs).reeellngpasseiiEir
Ii-nviiig iscnintonnt 1:10 P.M.; l'lttstou 0:20 P.MJ
King-Ion a P.M.: Blooinsbiirg S:ii7 P.M.; nrrlMoj
lu Philadelphia 7 A.M. ; Hairlslmig 2.:ti a.Mj
MAIL TRAIN leases Northumberland 10-19
A.M., dally (except Sunrlaysl. leee-lving passen,
gei-s leaving Scrnnton ft") A.M.! l'lttstou n.j)
A.M.; Kingston ii:1A.M.; ItloomsliurgS:ii7 a.M
D.iuelllo l:'il A.M.; nnd nrrivlng in H.irrlstuirj
1:11P.M.: l'lilladclphln():10P.M.i llnllliniirccp.se
By this route height from Buil.ilo, sinpeiisinn
Brldite, Rochester, nnd Culiundagiia, or any Inter.
mediate point milho New York Central can u
shtpls'd through, when In full car loads, to an
point on me iicKawnuiui niui luoomsourg lttili.
load, without breaking bulks. Rates or (ioIkM
and p-issemrers fsre ns low ns by any other routa
.i.n. dl harry, e. s. young,
Cen'I hiip'l, Hurrlslmrg.Pj. Ocn'l Pass. gtL'
Gcn'l Western Freight Agent, lliuriilo.
DHILADELI'HIA AND EHIll
J. RAILROAD. This great line tiaerii-s tin
11 irlliem t.nd nm thwest i-ounlles of Pi-niis Ivnnu
to the city ot Erie, of Lake Erie. It has beca
leased and Is operated bvtho
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
TImnot Passenger Trains ut Noithuniberhind:
l.i.. 1: EAsi-WAim. l-:rle Mall Train, li:2" p vj.t
Etle Express Tlnln, 3:2.1 A.M.; Elmlra Mall Train,
l.t.Avi: Wr.sTWAnn. Erie JIall Tinln, 5 a.m.
Erie Espiess Train, 7:11 P.M.; Elmlrii Mul, lrala,
P.issi-uger ears run tin ough on tho Erie Mni! an I
Express Trains without change both wajs bu.
twee ft Philadelphia and Eile.
Ni.w Yomc CoxNLcrioN. Leavo New York nta
a.m., arrive nt I Irlo nt o:15 a.m. ; Lnnvo Erie ut l:a
p.st., arrive at New Yoik at ":I0 r.?t.
Eleg-ini sleeping ears on till night trnlns,
I'or Information resptctlng passenger business
apply at the corner of Thirtieth and Mnrk't
Slieets, Philadelphia; aud lor lrelglit business cf
the I'oiiipsnv'H ngenis.
H. It. Jvingsion, Jr., corner of Tweln hand Markot
Sluets, Phlladcliililii; J. W. Reynolds, Krio: Wil
liam Brown, Agent N.C.R.R., Ilaltlmoro.
II. II. IKIUlsTON,
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
II. W. GWINNElt,
General Ticket Apenl, Philadelphia.
A. L TYLEli,
General Superintendent, Wllllamsiion.
Mnrch 22, lul
1 ACKAWAXKA AND BLOOMS-
.1 Ill'RG RAILROAD.
On and mier March II, lhOO, Passenger Trahn will
run ns follows:
souTitWAiin. Ix-avn Scranton at 4:10 p. v, trait
.1:.V) a.m. ; Kingston nt II P.M. and U:V A.M. ; lllooniv
burg nt s:2ui'.M, and i;2i) a.m. Arrive at Northum
berland at H:Hi p.m. and 111.33 a.m.
NonrnwAiin. Leaee NoiHiumberland at 7 a.m.
nml .1 p.m.; Bloiimsliurg nt s:21 a.m. nnd fi:'.'i p m..
Scranton nt 11:03 a.m. nnd y p.m. Arrleoathcruu.
Ion nt 12:10 a.m. nud 10:13 p.m.
II, A. FONDA, SuH
Kingston, March 11, lsffl. v
fi ATA W1SSA KAILHOAD.
J From and niter October 2, 1SU.1, the trains still
pass Rupert ns follows:
loi.su NoiiTii. Elmlra Mall at I r.M.: Er!
Express at 2. IS A.st.
G01s.11 hot-Til. Philadelphia Mall at II a.m.-,
Ne-w . 01k Expiess ut 1 p.m.
GEORGE WEBB, Supt
The undersigned would respectfully iuidouum t
thoc!tl7cns of Blooinsbiirg nnd tho public ge-u
Mlly that he Is running im
between this place avnl the different railroad Is
pots dally eSundiys escciitcil), to connect with
several I ruins going South nnd West on the Cut
vvlssa and William.siHirt Rallioad, and with tlwi
going Noith nnd South on tho Lucknwiuiuiianl
HIsOniHlliusscsnrn In nood condition, coniinO'
dlous nnd eomtortabln, nud charges reasonuule.
Tersons wishing to meet orseo their fi hinds dtv
part, can be accomodated upon rt-asonabhichar'
by lenvint; timely notice ut any of thn hotels.
J COIl L OIRTON, Proprietor
rpiIE AMEIUUAX HAY KNIl'H
X AND FORK. Wo thoundirslgne.1 clllzi-m
01 Columbia County witnessed the. trial of li.
forks mi tho farm of Mr, Pursel, in HcinKk
ToKiishlp, on Monday, May 7, Kiai, bftw.s.ii tlM
Ameriimi Hay Knllnand Folk nianufacllirnl If
Sl.lFEIt, WALLS, SIIRINi:it A Co., of lam Is
burg, Pa., and the llundcl's Palciit Hay Hewn.
The American Fork lltteil mote hay in nn
draught than the Ruiidel In three'. Weaienilii
lied it will tukn as much hay lulu the mow as two
good horses ran draw. We nlso saw II ctnili'-;
hay, nnd think it eiiunot Im bent ns u h.-i Lull's
nud i-heerfully recommend It its the best hay lei
nnd knife we liavueecr seen.
('. llIlrKN'llESIlUt, Dll. P. C, IlAKIllSOS,
. II. Kooss, John Diuk.
JillIV lICThllll-K, DANIEL NllU-It,
H. I)im.i:.Mii.i.i:! HYi.viMTrn laiwnt.,
Mit ham, Hi:t.i.i i!, John Wdif.
1 hey also ni-iuiifaciuro Hie eelebinted Bin K'-ys
Ren per and Muwvr, nud other agricultural lini-Ic
J II. WALTER.
Late Walter A ICaub,
Importer nnd Dealer In
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUI'.ENSWA RE.
No. 231 North Third Stnsd,
betw cell Raco find VI!
CAIIPETINGS, WINDOW SHADIH,
OIL CLOTHS, MATS, Ac.,
No. 3.1 North Second Street,
Q. W. BLABON .t CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES,
Warehouse, No, 121 Norlh Third rtireot.
J" 1 1, . LO N 0 ST U ET I f ,
Vi. rl N'enli Thu J sin h