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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBtlUGf,' ' CALU j
r.i 11 ta n farmer lllch I
Aimmi Vilo, Wlllouffliby, Idtko
, Ohio, wrlti'i: Wo havtt many
1PM In llils country who huvo irooil
ilso, lutnia mill orchard, Btitl who
jiri' out ofdelit; mid yet they work ns
hard ns over, nml seems as uiiflulnhed
'in w lii'ii they wero oor. Tho question
nrln "When Is a farmer rich?"
I'lip le"t ovldcni'n that U farmer Is
rich will bo u iileasitnt lieU-room In his
Inure, coiiliilnliig n unnro Utl. On no
oft :vUm will any of tho family need to
occupy It ; mid thcro will bo such a con-
veiilonco that tho nucst will como out
nudy for tliu breakfast table. This
room not only represents noveral thous-
mid dullnm. but nlso good furnlturo und
hlwdo in summer. In most families
this room is not obtained until tho old
est Klrl has a beau, or tho oldest boy
Ktli tho mitten. Moreover, the folks
have early cucumbers j and, from July
till tiio frost, sweet corn. Kvery morn-
ln tli llro Is built of dry wood ; twice a
day, the year round, thcro Is milk to
htiilln; horses arc not beard stamp
Injr In tlienlght; tho hogs cannot run,
nobody eats poor butter, or drinks cotfeu
will, nit cream ; nlcklesaru taken out of
elder vinegar; If n. child has a soro
tlintat, thcro Is no runnliiK to a nelgl
hnijjtt lor honey ; oven In September n
fetfl enntre kind enough to lay; If the
nliwruuii Kuddeuly starts for the county
K'.H, a pai'kuBo of cakes anil cheese Is
hniii1 d hlm.aiid ho does not mutter be
u.-i a clean shirt Is not ready i In May,
Hohieaplilescan bo found In tho hot torn of
b:jrrel., and In August there Is Iaril in
crpms and pork In tho brine. After
biitMKlnst tho father will be likely to
nu:l n chapter in tho Ulble, and then
bjV lielor tho Creator, confessing His
tendi r mercies.
'v, care not how many fat cattle a
Tarim r may have, nor how many dairy
iiinj nor hogs, in a yard four rails
hi, b. fi d with whey and bran from bar
n's which steam In the sun; nor how
many aires running olf towards a river ;
ili i- ltosv many thousand dollars are
mi.tcicKt; nor how much folks may
s. ml aside when lie goes Into the store;
li more is not a spare bed In his house,
h Is a poor man. A. 1. Tribune.
Trnliittif; lltr Tomato.
I U -s not pay to let tho tomato vines
trail on the ground. Tho fruit decays
:i 1 Itus not ripen, ltrush, cut rlno
ii ! , hiced under tho plants before they
lop tver, Is a clean, cheap and excellent
i ' irt. The vines may bo tied to n
h i (lie s.nke, If linlns are taken to pinch
l .10 eitle branches und lead up a cen
tral shoot. This is u French method,
m (I mid to bo successful. Trellises
oi various forms will suggest themselves
ti every tomato grower. A pilo of
hT mo laid around the plant would be
oioellent, for It would keep tho fruit
and nlm radiate a good deal of heat to
.l.e plant. The tomato Is a native of
1 irrld climes and requires heat. Tho
i-' ine pile would admit of tho plant tak
I" u natural growth. Urass, straw or
beards will answer at any rato put
mvetliing under tho vines to preserve
'lie-fruit. A small shrub, having many
limb.'-, may bo stuck Into tho ground
I y tliPFlileofa plant, and It will afford
n good support. ftrmer' Home Jour
nal: ' .
t; . r
IJor Vakluff RnMfl Oat of the ItTCa of
FOLD up, In two, small bags made of
open nitialin, some ashes of burnt' bones,
finely powdered, or calcined hartshorn,
which is always ready prepared at the
shops of tho druggists. Lay tho bags of
muslin, containing the powder, on each
side of the greasy leaf, and having heat
ed u pair of flre-tongs, or hair dressers'
pinching-tongs, of a moderate warmth,
press with them tho two bags against
'the groay spot, and hold them some
t'm" In that situation. Repeat the pro
c v, If necessary. AVhen tho Irons can
not bo conveniently used, tho powder
may hu hcafx'tli over the fire, In a clean
earthen vessel; and, whilst hoi, applied
without any' muslin, on each side of tho
grease spot, and a weight laid on It to
insist Its effect..
Hote In Kill the Peaeh Borer.
I'oi'p. a small quantity of common
sperm oil on the bark of young trees
close to the roots without disturbing tho
tirth. If tho scaly bug infests the Wk
of yotir trees, rub them with an oiled
swab, and It will be destroyed also.
Oil Is tho most effectual tiolson fopU
iii-ecHs, It closes their spiracles, or
bmithl ng holes, on flip sldo of tho body,
iviitial oils, such w camphor and
turpentine, kill or drive away Insects
ior trjrj tamo reason, and not becauso
their odor Is pungent. This advice Is
j'lveu by an old entomologist, and has
lieen long practlned successfully by
Hllr the Soli.
A (loon farmer In tho growing season
k cps-hls cultivators and hoes In as con
smut operation as possible Frequent
stlrrlljgof thosoll In n dry season will
linost entirely Ignore tho effects of a
drought. Tho removal of noxious veg
etation by this operation nlouo would
provti valuable, but when It allows tip
iiu Isttjrofroin below to ascend by open
ing thti surface and admitting tho air,
lis real value It Is only nocesiary to
know to enlist tho more serious atten
tlini of all farmers and gardeners.
The VChrnt Crap.
I'iiomho" quarteV liavb''airv ntor-
i u'lou that tho yheat il.njit WQsi!
ubiindnut pr iTiipfeoedttittil crdpr'ln'
' iiiii'iui-aiitics ii nas buiieroti.irouwwec-'
vil or other causes, but on a whole
throughout the length ,aud. breudth of
tli llciuibllc, Its equal was noverbefore
witnessed. Even in. the high latitude
of Minnesota, where. .H was originally
fi .u ed by settlors that whcaf-WQUld'iiQt
grow at all, tho aggregated yield Is e
tliuatedat twenty million buthelt, four
times as much as the Statu will need for
Its own consumption.
Hoy, In tho busy season. are generally
' int to (ho pasturo to drlvoup theoowsr
Oiteu they havo an adjourned gamo Ut
ball to play, or a flh to catch,- hence, If
ii' specially cautlonod and watched,
will "put the cows through on the
double-quick." This s bad T practice,
It Injured the health of the animal.
vll1 ten their milk,, and ilimlntshes the
llov ?lt. Cows In warm 'weather and
. ZiIIhU'ikIisI udders, should never bo'
f'd In (Ids way.
or th llounfl Mollis.
The Crab and her mother
SAttl nil old cmli In n vnimir one.
"why do you wnlk so crooked, child V
walk straight 1" "Mother," said the
young crab, "show mo the way, will
you? and when I seo you taking a
straight course, I will try and follow."
Kxamplols better than precept.
Tlir Trumpeter lakru Prisoner
A Tiiumpetijii being taken prisoner
in a battle, begged hard for quarter.
"Spare me, good sirs, I beseech you,"
said he, "and put me not to death with
out caue, for I have killed no one my
self, tiorhavo I nny arms but thlstruih
pet only." "l-'or that very reason,"
said they who had seized him, "shall
you tho sooner die, for without tliesplr
lt to fight, yourself, you stir up others
to warfare and bloodshed."
Ho who Incites to strife Is worse than
ho wh'o takes part In It.
Tli Travellers ami Ihe Hatchet.
Two men were travelling along tho
sainu road, when one of them picking
up a hatchet cries, "See what I have
found I" "Do not my 1," says the oth
er, "but we have found." Altera whilo
up came the men who had lost tho
hatchet, and charged tho man who liail
It with theft. "Alas," says he to his
eomnanlon. "wo are undone I" "Do
not say we," replies the other, "but 1
am undone; for ho that will not allow
his friend to share the prize, must not
expect to share tho danger."
The Tortoise mid theKaKle.
A Toutoisi:, dlsatlsiled with Ids
lowly life, when ho beheld so many of
the birds, his neighbors, disporting
themselves In the clouds, and thinking
that, If he could but once get up into
the air, ho could soar with the best of
them, called one day upon an hagle.and
offered htm all the treasures of Oaean if
he could only teach him to lly. Tho
eagle would have declined tho task, as
suring him that tho thing was not only
absurd but impossible, but being further
pressed by the entreaties and promises
of tho tortoise, ho at length consented
to do for 111 in the best he could. So ta
king him up to a great height In the
air and loosing his hold upon him,
"Now, then I" cried thueaglo; but tho
tortoise, before ho could answer him a
word, fell plump upon a rock, and was
dashed to pieces.
Pride shall Infve a fall.
The Thief ami hln Mother.
IA Sciiooi.uov stole a hornbook from
one of his schoolfellows, nnd brought It
homo to his mother. Instead of chas
tising him slio rather encouraged him
In the deed. In courso of time the boy,
now grown Into a man, begun to steal
things of greater value, till at length be
Ingcuuchtin tho xeryncthowiusbdund
ami led to execution. Perceiving his
mother following among the crowd,
walling nnd beating her breast, ho beg-
gou ino omcor io no nnoweii lo speaK
toiher. When she quickly drew near
and applied her car to her son's mouth,
hetseized the lobe of It tightly between
his teeth and bit it off. Upon this shu
cried out lustily, nnd-tho crowd Joined
her In upbraiding her unnatural son,as
If lis former evil ways had not been
enouirli. but that his last net must, be a
deist of Impiety against his mother;
jjui no repneu ins sue wno is mo
cayse of my ruin ; for If when I stole
my shoofellow's horn-book and brought
It to her, slid had given me a sound
Hogging, I should never havo grown in
Wickedness as to come to this untimely
Nip evil In tho bud. Spare tho rod
and spoil the child.
The Coniltrr mouee and the City monec.
Once upon a time a Country Mouse
who had a friend In town Invited him,
forjold acquaintance sake, to, pay hllu a
visit in tho country. The Invitation be,
Ingaccepted In due form; the Country
Mouse though 'plain nnd, 'rough and.
sonjewlmt frugal in his' nature, opened.
nls ncart and store, in Honor or Hospital
ity and an old friend. There was not a
carefully stored up morsel that he did
not bring forth out of his larder, peas,
anif cheese-parings and nuts, hoping by
quantity to makeup what ho feared was
wailting In quality to suit tho palate of
his (dainty guest. Tho Town Mouse,
condescending to pick a hit herp.awl a
bit there, while tho host sat nibbling a
blade of barluy-straw.at length exclaim
cd, t'How is It, my good friend, that
you can endure thu dullness of this .uu
polished lire .' You are living- like a
toad In a hole. You can't really prefer
theso solitary rocks and woods to streets
teeming with carriages and men. On
my honor, you aro wasting your tlmo
miserably here. Wo must mako most
of our life while (t lasts, A mouse, you
know, does not live forever. So como
with mo and I'll show you llfoaudthu
town." Overpowered with such lino
words and so polished a manner, the
Country Mouo assented j and they bet
out qn their Journey to town. It was
late In the .evening when they crept
stealthily Into tho city, and midnight
ero they reached tho gret house, whero
tho Town Mouse took up his quarters.
Hera were couches of crimson velvet,
carvings In Hvory, every tlrlru' lnfshojrt1
.that ,UeH'5t6aw.uifli,Vi!'d iuxm
tlio talo wero tuo remain! jmpiou-
dloliannuct. to Drocura which all tho
shnns In tho town hnif V(irnmsack'rd
the djiy befor it,yrM.iiij,tJuituru u
ihtcourtier to piaytno-iiusino places
hlitcountry friend on purple, runs to
'And fro to supply Ids wants, presses Uisli
ubon.dlsh and dainty upon dainty, and,
as though he wero watting uu a. king,
tostcn every course ero ho ventures to
place' It beforo his rustic comln. Thu
Country Mouse, for his part, effects to
make himself quite at homo,- nnd bless
im.tho good fortune that had1' wrought
such a change In his wny'ofllfo ; when,
In tho midst of Ids' enjoyment, as hu U
thinking with tontcinptof the poor faro
ho has forsaken, on u sudden the door
(Uwppcn, and n party of rovclUrs ro-
r Wfnlilgfrom ajatn cntcrtalmnoutdiursU
Into the room. Tho uffrlghted friends
Jump from tbo.tablo In the greatest con
Bternatlon Ylfutf hldq thcinsclves In the
tirsccornertiiey can rcucn, fit soouci
do thtiy venture to creep out again than
tholiiirklng of,dogs drives them back
instill greater' terror (had before. At
length, when tilings seemed quot, the,
country moustoiuout from ids hiding
place,, mui, bidding hli friend gootl-byo,
Upereil In his car, "Oh, my good sir,
tlno motleofllvlngmaytlo f"r thobo
ike It but glvo mi my barloy-
pi'aco and security befor tho
roieur anu ca are
DRY GOODS, &o.
(III AN H Ol'EXI.Va
I'Al.t. AND WINTim 100l,
KALI, AND WINTKIl 11001W,
KALL AND WINTKIl OOODM,
KALI. AND WINTKIl OOODH,
KALI. AMI WINTKIl UOOWS,
I IKY UOOIH,
HATH AND CADS,
HATH AND CAW,
HATH AND CA1"S,
HATH AND CAIN,
HATH AND CA1M,
IIOOIH AND HII0I2S,
IIOOI'M AND HH0F.H,
llOOTH AND HHOra,
1I(X)TH AND HIIOKM,'
nitOTH AND HIIOKS,
I'AINTH AND OIlJS,
rAINTH AND OUH,
PAINT8 AND OILS,
I'AINTH AND OILS,
TAINTS AND OILS,
, , . .1
, ' ,A.i! I" I'
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i it r.'i
, , , , , HAIlDWAItE, ,
1 1 1 HAltDWAItK, '
.,, II, l '
, 1 TINWARE, .
' ' TINWARE, ,;
.rflA t . Vi II , 'l'll'
,I,IM. HI I I (- J"""
I-I I ll ll -I.I I" Ufe'ill"
.l.i.l il HAITV-"!" '
,hiini BALT,1'1'! ' ' " '
'".- l 'HALT , ,, ,
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IH "lit ill I
A l O O 'i
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0RA1N AND HKEDH,
' ORAIN AND 8EKD8,
OIUIN AND 'SEEDS,-
GRAIN AND . HKEDH,
ORAIN AND HKEDH.-,
nIlKELVY, NEAL CO.'S,
McKEI.VY, NEAL 4 CO.'H,
McKKI.VY, NEAL CO.'H. .
McKEI.VY, NEAL & Cd.'H.'
MrKELVY, NEAL 4, (XJ.'H.
korlhirmt ooruor of Mala nd -Irkel street,
"Mthwent corner'of Jlolii'ra JfSrltel BtreeU,
715?ftI",r"' 5"rof ri' i''nA1"' Market HtreeU,
"JTorUiweet cortier of Vaiii and Market Hlreeln,
Nurthwisit eorttefof llW and Market Ktreeta,
.'1iBUbMHIMKo; PA". ' '
. . BLOaMSUUUO, I'A- w
' niJllISBUuf), PA., '
piOOMSUUtta.A, . .
,V7'- i- t. r,i.vrMll.l
i i ..i ., ,,i if V.'
IIU) If AND NAII.' i "." iH-
,,I10N,AN, Wl.fi .,(
bi'fjqunUle and at redtif tji ;t, aiway
H. c "
Iim opened a t
opened a flrt-ea ,
UOOT, HI0K, HAT A.ND CAr ST6Wll." '.".I
atUiooldataudon tIulaHlreee,Illonnhurr: 1th
lock I eotnjHMteil of the very latent and tieat atyloa
lie can aomnimodaUi the public with the follow.
1ik Vlixle and at cheap urlceMt
Meu'ii ratf IkkiU, n. mm'a kip, doulilo aole,
)' cllllit'a liootirMen'a glava kll, iv,inrri, jo
Meil a irlnVH kldllHlinnriLli.hn.ia'Mi..i'M witmui,1.
Ixiyn', uii'l wluea' love kid latlniritulter, Wo
men' iliim kkla, very flue, Women's fine (imt
moronro balmorula, Women's men's morocco and
oall shoes, ooinmoll shoes, Mlshes' and child's
shoes, 3ten's, voiueu's, mlsse', boys', and rhlld's
ti')N.rs, ie aiiKj fceeMi u greai variety or
llATH1, DAI'S, AND HTRAW 0CK)IH
of ererr lud, at the lowest prices, both for cash
and country produce,
lUtnmitr Ilia allrutfoii lain our ttot-. tViik't
b RlAnuwl at Ui err ot IiIrTi i rict, tut, atil and
DRUGS A MEDICINES.
J it. MbYrtit, J
WHOI.i:SAI.R A HKTAir,
CUK.VKIt OF MAIN AI HAI1KRT
whero will lie found a largo ntul sol eel stock of
MKDICINRS AND OUKMIOAIS.
Alto nil the
lATKNT MKDtCtlHliS tJK TlIK HAY,
I ntn Ahn jtepnrp4 to fitrnlsh Country Htnri-ffwlth
Cnittor Oil, (lotlfrcy'ii Oonlhil,
1 CHLINOHTON'M llAIAr,
nnd at) othf r inr.llciiu fi kept In their line at City
t Prt'Hci.ptlon'.refully com) rounded at all
In medtcfi.ett, quality U of tho first ImiHirUtiice.
lUtHiniilmrir. June 7,
KVKUKTr A 1)11. J. II. (JAHK'iS
JU8T OP N K 1)
Win! A HPI.KNlttlJ ANU VAniKli ArWOKTMENT OF
OOOIH APPKnTAlNINU To TlIK DHUO mISUHfl.
rum: i m uoh, ciiK.MitjAr.s. f.tc.,
A IWA VH OM 11ANI.
In nhort any article thnt ran bt nanted In tho
Drrnt 11 no mn ho had at their store. Dr. .1. II.
Cnxi! in n 1'rnct loner, and also underntnndN I'lmr
iiiiu'vi i isM-reiiiiN ii iiiiirm niiiui'iu. ihih hi
teiiileil one term at the JefTermui .Metllenl 4'ollcui.
11IH1 UMUtTKlHIKl' l III' CMIUIKHHIUMlt; ill JirUK".
FIRST PREMIUM .
' or a Hlleer Medal W,
W.l SWABDtD TO
f BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE yJL
r By th If. II. BUU Asrieulturtl ftnctftv, it
Vegetable Hair Restorative
RaMtorM Ory Ittvlrlo tli naturtl color, fro
motci lha growth ot the II sir. CtunrM th
3 root to their origliul orqanle ictlon. T-rftl v
CtM IHadrutf and llnmon. lnvnti
ltcontsuni no Injurloua losmlirnta,
W Lait. Wtl. Nortli KDd JC
t. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietors,
U1KCI1K8TKII, . II.
4-Holdby L. N. JlbVuit, IllianHibutg, I'll,
ulnl Druizillits Rcncrnlly. nprG'tlT-liiii
Tbt component p&rU of thti remirVkU rrepiirvtloa
were flrtt dlKOTtred. compounded nd UUtrlbattJ,
tomt twenty jewKO, by Dr. Cuiorict, tht cele
brottd Egyptian Phyiiclin. Tbouiandiof fall mffer
log countrymen wen rcitored to health, as well ai great
Humbert of lh inhabitant! of Nubia and Abynlnia,
xd of the countries bordering uptn th (Southern coait
-ci mo aicoiierraneao ttea.
linneeii, tna fame or tna
oon ipre&d orcr Europe,
ud u adopted by tht
principal I'hyslclani Id
chftrga of the boipltall or
th oil world. In which It
li itlll uied with Huml.
Tbf Viceroy of Esrot tolaced tha nu
t Bft. CBioriosapon tht1 Roll of Noble," and prt.
Mnted to him a Medal bearing lh following Inacrlp
tlon: "D. CBiorici.tha l'ublio Oentfactor.'1 This
'Dlttertii sow offered to the pnbllo of America with
the full uiurtnce that It will be found, upvn fair
trial, to act u a ipociflo for tho cur of
Cholera DjraBtanrf Dlarrhom. Choatrm
noroui, jravcr amix a
. Akuc. Tallow Fewer.
JUitumatliin, Trpuold Frcr, DvfprpaU.
Cllc BranclUue, Consumption, Flatn-
DUeaiei of the XUdneya Mcrrona
ana re rata conniainu
t Remarkable cures of tha abova diuaaaa hav l
effected by Its uie, ai nnmerous certificates, many from
regular fthjeJelanj, folly attest; and It Is deftioed to
lupertcde any preparation extant. Alia acrttaUt
a ODMs and an
. it m,
I NO EQUAL.
IS WELL AS BODY,
I AKD SB a
HAS UO SUPERIOR.
, A-TtW WORDS TO LADIES. Ths tile of lbs
ZIKdARI BITTERS will sire to jou that soft,
traaipsreDt complexion which the God of nature (de
sllalor woman to be the lorelieit of his worki) fulljr
latsoded that you should hsre tor It ( nature's en
powder snd paint combined. Bjr pttrifrlDa the blood,
stimulating the plgmeaUrj cells of the dcrmll,
and Impartinr health and life throughout the entlro
syitsm. It eioeclallr aires that smooth clearness and
. twaat to fte complexion so much to be desired rs-
aorlas all rouehneii, blotches, freckles, plmplci,snd
St yellow, sickle look so common In our oar; snd
t whst Is .Ten better than this. It cures srery ipeclca of
S.m.1. Irr.u!aritl.a inl ril..au
' Principal Depot, Harrisburg, Ta.
BAHTEB & HATJSE,
in. Sou PaoruiTost,
rorsKlobjrI N..MOYKII, Wbalesitlo nnd
II Druggist, JUouinslvQri,', Pit,, i JI2j'o7-4!lil,
E,JiI OV'A U O F
c, ui ma n rt'H
N E W STOIt K
TO HIIIVK'S It LOCK,'
ON TlIK fOUNEIl or MAI1KKT ANT) IRON ATltEETS,
Tbe umlorhtgned lmvlng recelvetl from the city
a fulf nnil complete supply at
m'HIXa AND HL'.MMKH
DltY GOODS AND aitOCKIUlCS,
f ' NOTIONS,
TIJMVAnK AND IIAKD-WAUK,
cKu.ut axu wiu.on-.wAin:,
JIA T S Jt X Ii S II O K S
KLOUII, HALT, KIHII, AND MEAT,
all of, which I propone. Melllug at n very low figure
for cusli or proiluyc,
Air tail! nml see, ,
yift mi. u c. m akii.
,, 1 NtE w a. 0 '0)V.
tM' it- rirv. V i ) '. "-I
. .V r , ......1 Ai WMJ
1 lIKauliacnBfr fCsrHTUfllly.luluriiSsliLs frJuiyV
anil tliKUuhllcUbat'Bcliju AiItllJlri)ii'lis
city w III a ITIaiHtilVt'riHjWf " if
store, such as '
UltX ,iouna,-OBOTlll tS ftlilWAlTK7c"DAll.
, n WA'RU.'AjRbfaOMkUIClNEa. 1C. AV. . .
Tfr luipea t1ueWnafiiVr IMJSiijll iiatron.
tr ' srt'l'--iv"-t.1 hJi.
'."'"ll 'JOJinArt imOTUEII; tti' '
ri'.,',' tvii6i,ehaijs atcKiw, .
u and Dealers Iri
HAI.TI'ETIIE AND IlIUMSTOTfK,
No ao North Third Blrcet,, t
V;1 , rWIadelplda. ' ' i'i"
No, il North Water BlreeL
i .. ! .HjliJ.NP-fljkatth IUsvar Avenue,
II jl i All KA.ri .l.lf. I.
'V, Mll'S ' " 'fJ'l
JO!IK 8TR0UP -& p6,f
Kuotoors UH(roupii Ilrother, '
UIIJC3AU: DEALKIW IN KIHII.
NaUaWiuYas.aaiJ.NortU Water -HU,
'BB t'flLMw JljmmLBm
TJlttTA'lI POIl 0ATA1
THIS WAY FOIl tlAIM I
dooda io compare wllh strlna-eiJ
market. lok nnd compart prl
chaalnfi; alsewhcrc. Jnst call nt til
nets stand or
McNINCII A HIIUMA
and you will be met liy the olillgin J
thclrcterks, ami shown through thel
store frco of chnrgc, o( courso. The M
h fair chniico to spend your lomel
trust much more profitably than It 1
clscw here, Their
BTOCK OK DIIV OOOlx
this Hprlng Is much larger In nil Its vl
LADIES' liltlJW IOOI
aro of the nicest styles In market,
IIATS, OAl'H, IIOOTH AND Kll
HUMMER l-Un-ltS, CAKSINKlH,
CAHHIMKIIIX, AND j
nnd numerous nrllclcs common to suJ
ments, bcalitcs n general assortment f j
ItAItDWAIti; TINWAIlf; QIIKEl
nit nt greatly reduced prices. They
duct their business on the system of I
"I'AY AS YQU 00,"
nnd tli y think I her can mrord toael
They return their ilmultMfor mnujl
nnd nsk the future pAtronnge of thell
turners nnd the pnhllc generally.
McNINCII A I
A UMUUUSTEU & UHOTl
XL . ....
inilMiricrs turn jobbers
HIIIItTH AND DItAWEll
IIOOV RKIHTH, IIA.NDKi:UClIIi:i- J
TIIHEADS, HEWINd HII.K1
HOAIH, l'KUKUMEltV, KANCY Ol
Also Manufacturers of
UHUHlirX AND I.OOKINO (III
nnd Dealers In
WOOD AND WIM.OW WAUE,
HltOO.MS, ItOl'lX, '
No. :m North Third Street, nbol
jJT if. MAHI'LK,
NOTIONH, IIOSIEItY, OI.OVl
No. .VI Norlh Third Hlreil
Wholesale nnd Helnll IlcilleJ
KOUMON AND lMMIMTIU C'AltrEl
Oil. fLOTIIS, WINDOW Hlfj
No, 21) North Second Slrei t, opp. tin
"15AnCI)IT & CO.,
Importers and JohlierH of
STAPLE AND KANCY DltY OOODHB
CASHIMEHES, llI,ANKfrrs, 1,1)1
DltY OOODH, HOSIEKY. AcJ
NDHEWM, WILKINS 1-
IKOUEHIN AND DOMESTIC DKY I
. . . Phlluil
'TOSEI'II S. DELL,
Manufacturer ijf mid Wholesale 1 1
CfOTHINO, CIXDT1IS, CAKSIME1U
J . VUSTINOH,
No. tl Norlh Third Stroet.,1
MING, ANi) .nooKSTonii
second cloor liclow llnrtman's. Mall
Just received a'ney siock ol
liEPIIYlttV WOOI.EN AND COTTI'
COIUiETri, IaACKH, KMllItOIDEUIEli
MUSI.IN EDC1IN0H. J)IU- jl
raid every variety of nrtlelea usually ll
SCIIOOI. nOOKM, HYMN IIOOKSJ
und a large lot of
ACCOUNT .AND MBMOnANDUJlJ
DIANIC DEEDS, I10NDH AND MOI
nnd n'genentl and well-selected nssor J
PAPEIt, ENVELOPES, CM
T17JI. V. MUUPIIY'S SON.I
STAT, I ONE 11-
,' STEAM l'OWEH PHI
IJLANK BOOK 311 ANUFACl'l
XU Chestnut street, & Si Ho'ttth Kour' I
Ttiey mako a speciality of furnlshjl
Banks, County Officers, TnsurancqTiJ
Hanking Houses, etc., xvlth
J EVJ5HY 'AllTICtiE OP IIT.A'NK 11
V I AND PKINTINO,
ltavlug luachtuery specially 'adapted fb 4
they htay requlrn. fell
JJOWE, EUSTON A. go.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dcnl
COTTON YAItNS, Hl'ET CIIA
DATTS, WICKH,.TIE YAItNS, COIl'fl
UnOOMH, WOOD 'ANWWILWWflKKE,
LOOK'O OtSSES, CMX'KS, KANOTJIaSKETS,
TAUI.E, FLOOIl, AND CJAItllflOE
Nit Kn Xtnr1zit fllliil.ti kuill. 1
PISH. HALT, OHl-5lfHUJtoyl6NH, Jtftj' "
Nos. 121 nnd Ut Nortfc WhafWjiliiio b Ardl SU
'j ,,,ii 7
WAINWHK1HT A CO
- I-WHOLKH-A'LE oint'cEits',
,1'. Corner Second and Irch streets,
KJCK, SCI IKS, III CAI11I 4'IIA, AC, AC,
, ,uruera Wii receive prottit attention,
, Way 0, lJ7-ly.
TOIIN C. YKAOI
)i-f rs In
HATS, f:A)t),HTItAJsaO()riH, AND
' . No. fa Norlh TlrdH reel,
WV I ' l-hlladeliila,
T MI. WAIl'Ell, i
' " ' ' ImiMlersn Ieal-rln
"r;.?iliNA Mfi"- Af 'aUJ'ENHWAUK,
No Wl North ThlrdHtrtl, . .
"J , ' 1 hot n ttace and Vln'
- ' , 4 i-lilll;lplda ' ' " ' ' '
wm for nj.vp vhd"ciiea?
l--. L. ' '
BCHELIi, iyjnai,jt.A,ct,. ..'.,
rVil tl cu.tiMiK'iioN-NKeiiANTtr
Thin PHtAUH mien t
U loCfttttl lionr tt.A T A
wuiummnu ix)nisi)nrPf ltntlrotul IX-pot. V
virrm uuxmyer. t
riiAin .i J . .7. . X x ' "
A V V XJH 4.TIN1J TJXS W.A11E.
. i " .
I A F lit Tin Mia Ii
nnnoulu-es ta Ms.n-lends nwil customers that'
eonllmiva Jhiiji'oYii business ftthUoUl place orr
. MAIN iTrlElJT IIUHJlfsnjJlUJ,
t'ANCY STOVES , '
cifnll kinds, Bt.t-eniiiee. Tinware, and ovarv
rlety of nrtlolo fluid In it Suite and Tinwa n
tabllshment In tlecltles.nnd on tl'iem'osl
Able (erum: Ulrlnmiheiitihekhor(Mt imtli.
S. iUIJC-r.VNH t
mi hauil for nu!. ( j
JkTEW STOVE AND TIN' SHoT'7
OS UAI.N'HTIIKtr, HEAIILY 0POSITK SILUl'
I HTOKKJ r r
, HI.iiyMrt;iini(i, PENN'A. I
hls new"'WT ,u"-'ll, nttrA upsina oisrmt
htov i And tin snop; f
In this place, tvUreliff Is rrrniareil In mils In,
KHMtf.,!,0!'1 XmAi, hi', Hue., ur du
- - . .... .,.,,1,,.-, ,,,, uisiiuieii, uimio ine
most ieuaoB,blo (errus. Ha also keeps oulind
,V'' AdlUUlJ l'ATTEHNB A flT f.ES,
which he'wlll sell upon terms to suit nurclaters.
nil lenus io suit pure
els n good meclian
tit- f ,
ui,qiiiiui,i-iii,, iinia o gtMMl
ivst-iylng of tlie iiiblle sitrouuge.
Illismisbure, Arl-29, IMT.
riixiitoS il 'i&iuutm""
VJt 'I ' "
,., ,'IAHDWAlll' Cl'Tf.TRY'.'OUNH.Ic'.,
. . Nn, ail Nfcrlll fhlrj RtVct, kliovaj'ftie,',
""' 'liillftj'phl.'"t j"
I: WING MACHINES.
WKTX A U A K Htt'S
Il N (I
New Jersey Missouri,
Norlh Carolina, Wisconsin,
I AT TlIK rAIKH OF Tlltl
istltulo, Krnnklln Inslllutc, Mary.
Iltittc, Mass, Mechanics' Assocln
Villi. Mechanics' IliMllutc, St.
luls Agrlcultiirnl nnd Me.
I reus lnslllutes nnd (Snnily Knlrs,
I Hie Kalrs at which they were exhll).
Ilhrec years, Klr-t Prlres havo nlso
I, I'AltIS, DUI1LIN, LINZ,
yonne,St. Dlzlcr, Chnlons, and they
rnlshi d, by special command, lo tho
h-niico, Empri ssof Atislrln, Empress
llprcssof llriull, ijiieen of Spain, nnd
Inr: anovEit a iiakeh
N (i M A C II I N H h
stonll othcis lor the fullowlng mi-
I'W with two thrcmls direct from the
icnulrlng no rewinding,
iv more enSlly underslissl nnd used.
libit. t derangement than nlher ma-
of iidjiisiment, nimieh Bn-nter nrlety
in olhcr mnchlnes.
lllch made by these machines Is much
leio-siic, unit durable, csm-clallr unoii
ilch require to be unshed nod Ironed,
Iltcll, owing to the limillHT III Which llm
lind Is Inwrought, Is much the most
i ih'iiuuiiii in use, nnd lelnlns Ihls
huh Denuly even iiikiii nrllclcs fro.
islnsl nnd Iron.-d until they nre uom
lui-tureiif the seam Issiieiitimi.tiiouKli
Ir broken nt Inlervnls of only n few
will nellheroiM it, run, nor rat el, but
other nini-hlncs; tlue faaien Isilh
senm by their own oienttlon.
L-e,mni-hliies, while silk Is used upon
liu'eslileor thescnm, isillon muy be
lie oilier side without hvsollllnf the
liirnblllty of the Mini. This i nn bo
Ulier maelilne, nnd Is a great snviin.
Icles stltchiHl or iiuido up with silk.
lichlnes, In ail.Utlon to tin Ir suoerlor
Ilrumenta for sewing, by a change of
easily leariifsl and practised, cxesuto
lutlful and permanent embroidery
Ito their family iiim-hhies liny have
l)YKD nouniiK LOCK
111 alike on both sides. This (Join.
Iilh the Ik-Ic and Double sllleh JIn.
Iiersons Iinvlng a urefercnco can
I they llko beat, nnd If not suited can
he other, thus giving tho public the
uils arrangement. They iiImj nmke
!K STITCH MACHINES
Im all muchluts heretofore known
i tlio laxk-stltcli It is of great
Iigtn, especially ndiptod for tailors.
.irness-mnkerM, car lage-trlmmcrs,
(rlpllons of tvort to which the
ppllcnblc. It vrcrks with eyuul
woo, or linen llii-e.il, nllil will suw
In ns well as the tilckrst leather.
llcmniers, ti. Tic-lr No. II is
' It tTA'A'AW .1VI CHINK
Inylniprotoments'.idniited for ta.
liltltiK, light Hioemiltllig. as well a
ng.. Uirge numlMS of theso mn.
Ise, rind Ihey civil inlversal fcatls-
Iwho luivc aeen tin machine will
noisy nnd emulous lock-stitch
lofore In generutuse. Price (U;
lei of veryiloserijlou can be had
trico luSIUooiiikuttg, nt (Hislllvely
er' prices, to wiat tho attention
I especially Invited
T, II, MAHTiaii-lowi.,
Colum jl Comity, Pa,
IJlHIItl'li'l'I.Tt QTnrixti nr.
iW?l??.a.,..11.Pr.rlor In nUlhers for
HfiallVl VfitFm .' PUUPOHrH
ajjp - .iM - iuumui0! atul 4uutit litht. i,' '
.EMl'IElM, m. a.-
uiv uronstay, NeM. york
pOWDKIt KEGS ANpLUMIlKIt!
W. m; MONTtOE A
nnd dealers lnnll.klnds of
Hi r. .ollce that they nre pre,r.-7 , nc-oinmlate
ir'mu.""""" ,""1",l-h' Ihe cheaiest
Suceessors to Ktankllri P.Seltfi iv,
I.,,...., .,. -. . .. I
t-rini" anu it noicsaie n'V.ers hi
141JU01W, WINK-S, AI
Nos. (10 nniH12 Nortli thin,,.
, Suecei(or to Huudry A Us I
.Mnnufacturernnd Whohsale ll,,' ,
IlOOTSANDHllOKS.l 1 M
No. S5 Norlh Third streel
T1 If.'llKAllt), , ,
.wllh, . LIPPINCOTT. HONDA c-4
Manufacturers lind'Wihleiuile: I
hath, caw, Kirns, aInii Htry,
. No, 4IJ Market Street,
ONYDKHj' HAKHIH A H.
' rSJ i .... . ....
aiuimiaciurers mid Jobbv
MEN'a.ANU IJOY'M CLUTHI .
Ncis.HM Market, and 621 Onmm.ru ittuA)t
. 'UisEWINQ MACHINES
Ann tiii: ui;sT in the would.
Snlesrm.ms, m Chestnut street, Philadelphia, p.
While n largo number of JUnchlncs hnte ho,.,,'
orrcrcl o the pnhllc, soa.e of which ,K,sses, ..
of excel cnccAndnckhowledged mVrlt. we 1
long felt tvhnt others havo expcrlenewl the i,V
":" " '""re perfect in II, ,;b,n:
HIMI'MCITY WITH Dl'ltAllIMTY,
nnd ti Idle capnblo nf doing n
tmiUTtiii HANiii: or woiu:,
TO Slipph-ll Mewlllw.'tlael.ln, r r
lection, nttached to other, ),, been nocasy t "k .
for wo not only hail to inn... ,.....'
Uiey npis-nred yearn ago, but nlso n Improt,.!
from lime to tlmo bv mr.. ' n "
This tvo boldly claim has Ik-ch nci-omplished by
he llbernl cxpendlluro of eaplml.nn, Ihe
Ileiil,unllringlnl,rnf en. .....i "... m
our MacUInc to tho public, wo shall make , r" Z
: " " """"" in every partleulnr.
-.......... ,, nuiiinnii WKip.orKnllstllches,
(alike on ls,lh side, f Ihe fabric), which is re.
garneil by the masses as best suited to all kind.
of work. Hut to meet ol il CfllltHJt.fHlll.fi . .
ngalnst Ihls favorite stitch, tte hate ndded ji'
.... ..,...,,,,., nn,!,. Knol, either nf
HTItONOKU AND MOUli EI,ASTI(t
thnn Ihe Ikl thus ennhlli,. II,,. .
select n sllleh
lo every grade of fabric, nnd w here necessary sew
Jicn"in,,"''h stronger than It Is possible In do bj
KOUH DIITEIIENT HTITCIIUS
with ns much cose as ordinal v M, .1,1,,, i..
one, nnd wllh ns little- ir.ni hlnerv.
Hie result of l-epi-nleil tests has been all We
mid ib-slri. uu. I rr..... ti.. u . ..... .
, " "r-'i inirouucuoll Uu.
Horcnco has gnlne.1 hosls of frleiuls, and been
regarded as a
proving that Ihe nubile rullvni
niivantiiKea isunl.lncd In the l'iorenco Mai hlne
Over all others, tho Klnreuce must be wrntiibil
We claim lor Ihe
oternny and all
SEWING-MACHINES IN THE WOULD:
-It makes four dim Tfllf titll,,!.. it... s
kl,ol,.loul,le-hKik,nn,l double-knot, o-!. one and
tlio samo maelilne. I j,,li .m,.i. i.i
boil, side, of 1, rahtle.
.. . . ' """"'"' iissilieleverslhlerei-d mo.
tlon, which enables tho operator, by simply turn
hiK thumh-SMuw, to have Ihe work run cither
to the right or IUI, to May any purl of thus,.,,,,,
rnVrle1'" """ "' Wlll'""t '""'h'K thu
-Chnnglng the length of stlu-h, mid from
one kind of sllleh to .mother, can readily b done
whllu the .Machine Is In motion.
The needle H enslly a.ljuslnl, d does not
- It Is almost noiseless, nn.l cnii Ih used
heriiUlet Is necessary,
i-Ils moiloiis me all positive) there nre no
spring, to get out of order, and Its simplicity en
able, any one in operato ll,
It does not require finer thread on tho under
llinu for the upper side, aud will vW across ihe
heaviest senm, or from ouo to mole I Wellnesses
of cloth, without change of needle, tension, break.
Ins thread, or skipping slllcbes.
es-The Hiiumei is rusily ndjusteil, nnd will
turn nny Idlh of hem desired.
i-.Nn other Maelilne will ,lo so or llturaligo
of work n, the Klorcnee.
S-lt will hem, fell, hind, giither, braid, nulll,
nnd gather and sew on n rulllo nt thu siiiiui lime.
It has no springs to get nut f uler, nnd will last
3-It Is fully proli-cKsl nnd licensed by Ellas
Howe, Jr., nnd our own la iters I'.iient.
The taking ui of Ihe slai-k-lhreinl Is not pel
funned by Ihe Irregular cnuliacllon of a who coll
or unoortuln operation of spilngs. The precision
and accuracy with which llm l-'lorenee draw, the
thread Into the cloth Is unappronched oy any
Kcwhig-Mochlue hitherto oill-rcd In thewoild.
We funilsh eneh Machine wllh " llarniim's Self
Sow er," which guide, the work itself, and Is of In
calculable tulue, especially to lnexiwrlcnco oper-
While possessing tlio above, and many other
nilvautnges, tho Florence Is sold at corresiiondlng
prices with other first-claw .Machines, and n care,
lul examination will fully substantiate nil that
we have claimed for II, and Justify tho nsserliou
wo now make, thnt It Is the best Sewlng-Machlnc
in tho world.
Wo waruant every Machine to lio nil that we
claim for. 11, and to glvo entire fcotlsfactlon, unit
will give a written tvnriunty, If renuhed,
Llliernl nirangeliicnts made wllh thoso who buy
to sell again. Kurlher llifuiuiatlon may Is. Imil
by lucloslug stamps to tlio tleneral Olllceof Iho
Florence Sewlng-Mnchlue Compaiiy.ttiiuchtsiuiit
Sitreel, l'hlladelililu, Pcnnsylvauln,
PIHCIW OK MACHINES.
No. 1, Plain, This Machine make Ihe lock
andkiiotstitehes ,nnd has the reversible feed...m
No. 2, j-'lorence, )old-ornamcnted Machlne,
wllh drawer, and light cover, without lock;
makes all tho four stitches, and has the ic
verslhle feed 175
No. X Silver-plated Machine, ornamented ;
table oll-llnlslied walnut, with heavy half
case, lock and drawer: makes nil tho four
suicnes.nuii nss the reversible feed
No. t.-Sllvcr-plutcl Machine, highly orna.
mcnlcd.nnd makes nil tho four atllches,
nnd hn, tho reversllile feed.
Polished mahogany table
Polished ItosewisHl Table
No. . 'vynluut, labe, In oil
.iianogany table. In II.........,..., .. ,
Ilosewoxsl table. In oil-
N0.0. Wnlnut. oll finished ......
,,tinlmgany table , n ww.
ft, T), EVXNV.Id'enerai'vcent
rjlIHJ LOST OA USE,
TlIK OMI.V HTANOAIlll OlTlrlAt.
SOUTIIEHN IIISTOUY OF THE
Ilylilttard A. Pollard, of Virginia.
SAMtTEt. KC'iiui,iini-viiT(ji..if 11.1 ... ...
Township, has piiH-iinsI The Am'nev ot'ltdMiniii?.
onnty, for the salo of the alsive work. It com.
Mh,tl!&l,TJt:"!,.V!wtkB ?,"u I'KHiresa of
battles, Inrlib-nts and iidvenlnrea of the moat itl
Enntle sli uggle of the World s history. Complete
r." , iiviinj' rw ISCCS, WHO
'i'WENTY-I'OUU HI'IiENIHI) HTEEI,
nf dlstlnmilslieil i'onr..iti.rfiin ii.n.ir.i- ri.n i.i.i...
rv of tin. vauiiulslied has Iiki often fallen in
nn . ho Is willing evoto his tlmo
1, V,1'',"1" '".'"! I'.'d eullon of Ids rounlrymeu,
ntn,!'V',M'ih "''i" 1 challengo Iho crlllelsiii
of thu l ntelllgilit, and Invite Iho nttelillouot nil
i.i. rL , . ' 1 " ' wnrK W1" I'OOIMK-Ulllir
i,sr. i,iu canilld und Intelligent, p'ublln.if
ill writers In M, 1 iiV"Vj:i...-.,,',.!...u,.V "1 ".
I'.'.Jl'."'.1, "V,r,'P'"' ? cmnplela and standard his.
torv of tho War, ami to ronlmli to the present
and future itencrallon 11 faithful and wor by re!
oiuui iinirKreiiislrugcIo and of 11 cniisn bisl.
:7.ir.L".."".".r' 'sylr-sr been cmiiloyed during Ihe
cnllre period of the War ,as c
nut ,11s fiiiior of 11 itirhiiiond
John niLUEitr, muj, a. hovai..
QIIillEIlT A ItOYAL, '
KHrAIII.ISllEII I Kll.
Nos, SU aud Sll Nortli Third Slicct,
Iuisirtcin and Ih-iiU-m In
DIIUOH, iIHDICINl, NI'ICER, PAINTS, OII.H,
tilASH, DYESTUKKH, Ac.,
May 10, ISJWy,