The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, August 16, 1867, Image 4

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    THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
.fanner's Jcpartmtnt.
1ihMiii Under In Niimmrr.
Tin: uiiiicxi'il I'orrcipotiiU'iiro on tlio
i iiliji'Ct of imckliiK butter In suiutmr to
I: -! Ii Important mid Interestlii";, tw
lnm'liiK tliu roinpnmtlvc I'.xci'lli'iico of
wooden mid stonu vivneN under lliu illf
Icrc it I'lrciiiintiiiiin.n stilted. A Ver
mont Inittcr maker writes to tliu New
ork Tanners' CIuli, coni-urntni; pack
ItiK liutter to keep:
I'aek It In Wullsoaked ttilnor flrkliw;
put u little damp salt In the bottom and
pliii'e It In u eool dry cellar on n bench
of wood eighteen Inches from tlio cellar
bottom, and tlio -"11110 from tlio wall.
Stone or earthen waro does not keep but
ter well, as tlio molsturo from tho sur
roiindliit; atmosphere In warm weather
eondi'ii-es on such vessels nnd goon
ntlects the butter. Cut no salt on or
U'tween tliu layers. Kill to within half
1111 Inch of tho top, and place n clean wet
cIOili over the butter, and pack the
ciles down with a knife, and then
spread t'lln wet ,alt over the cloth.
Having 1 iiule and dealt In butter for
miii tin, a, the nbovo modo of packing
iinil keeping butter will bo useful to
ninny, nndcauso 11 smile of delight to
the buyer.
. correspondent In one of our vx-
cliaiiKes writes that "during several
years of our first fanning in Iowa, wo
found It extremely dltllcult to preservo
sweet, for winter use, tho butter that
we made during tho months of June
.Inly, nnd August. We finally adopted
in' loiiowmg plan, uy which wo nro
Miive-sful : We, with a minutes' work
M'ttled large stone Jars Into tho cellar
bottom -It being sandy and dry by
putting nearly tho whole Jars into tlio
ground, and packing the sandcloso out
sldi-, and tlio butter Inside, taking i
pedal euro to keep It well covered, first
with a thin cloth, then a thin layer of
salt, anil then a board with a weight on
it, to prevent It being uncovered by nc
eiUent. Last MiiscMi we took an oak
btittcr-llrkin that would hold 0110 hull
dreil pounds, and painted It well out
I. le, and Inserted It in the ground ic-
Mli' the Jars, and filled It with butter,
u ilch kept as sweet as wo could desire
1 ons who have 11 dry cellar, I think
ttnl be amply compensated for their
c ,i le by this process."
( .ml Vshr.
i.vi. a-lies In Kngland have been
' I to be an excellent top dressing
uver and grass lauds, especially on
1 , sandy, soils. The iMiimtlty used is
Irom llfty to sixty bushels per acre,
Ml either immediately after har-ve-
, or during the winter or early
piing. The quality of coal ashes is
aid 1. 1 be Improved by covering up In
cv curt loud of ashes one bushel of
lime in Its hottest state, for about tenor
twelve hours, when the lime will bo en
tlrel.. fallen. Tin whole Is then mixed
together, and turned over three times,
when the cinders or half burned pieces
oi'co.il, which would otherwise. e of no
u-e, will bo found to bens lino 11 iowtlcr
astlie lime Itself. The coal ashes should
ho kept perfectly dry, and when thus
prepared with lime and applied to
swampy solN, is said to Improve them
very materially. Dry coal ashes nppli
1 .1 to night soil, from time to time, frees
It from unpleasant odor, nnd forms 11
highly concentrated manure, which Is
In proper condition to bo carted nway,
Much of the coal used for fuel In Kng.
land is the soft coal, but wo have no
(Imilit good results would follow from
the usu of the ashes of American coals.
Indeed, in proof that they have consid
erable manurlal value, wo have often
seen ijjashes and other vegetables
growing in great luxuriance upon a
bean of coal ashe-i which had been
thrown out of the gates, and entirely
free I'ruin a mixture of earth or manures.
Tl con-umiition of coal In the Inland
cities und villages is becoming every
day moru extensive, and tho nsliiw for
iln most part are thrown away as use
less material. To those living within
the reach of cities and villages, It would
be worth whllo to collect this waste
rubbish, and experiment with It upon
grass lands with a view of determining
its real value. It is a initio which may
be well wortli working, and one which
the practical farmers should not over
look.- Mat Jleraltl.
Turnip -Tlielr I'lace on the Farm,
Tin; amount of turnips which may
11 raised upon an acre of good land Is
ry great, other crops may produce
iiKn'o nutriment, for 11 very large pro
pi moii of the root Is water, nevertlie-
li 1, weio tho question to bo, how may
tin greatest quantity of food bo produe
11I upuu a acre after tho first of July?
v should hardly hesitate in suyin
I- ewlug common turnips In drill, 14
- Inches apart, according to the soil
I i.rulp are very good to have, but
Ho ir quick growth and ability to sow
m as a second crop aftor taking off
potatoes, onions or corn, (being sowed
ii' 'liolait hoeing) etc make them an
"valuable aid to tho farmer In supply
11;' dcllciencles in either grain, hay, or
wins or any kind of forage. .Super
pho-iplmte of lime Is required as a spec!
lie for turnips, and 011 any tolerably
good soil, Mi pounds will almost Insuro
a fine crop. I.lme, ashes, plaster,
guano, bone dust, are inch excellent In
moderate quantities, harrowed in bo
fore sowing, or scattered broadcast,
when the crop Is hoed. On sward land
it Is best to turn under somo fresh
manure to Insuro fermentation and
quicker rooting of the sod. Turnips
may bo sown ntauy tlmo In July, and
s-1011 id bo thinned to, at least li inches
apart. Them are no better varieties
than tlie cow horn, and purple top trap
! ,if-tlm former long, the latter tint,
tin adea-t sowing gives poor result
omipared withdrillingln the wed with
11 1 liiue.
1 .imiK Crape Vluf i.
'"(if. great trouble with Inexperienced
iviuors is, mm tney win allow a
,v nig vine to liuvo its own way. It Is
the inexorable law that u vino cannot
yield both fruit and wood. If tho vine
Is L;rnwn for prenent satisfaction only,
then let It fruit If It will, but If future
crops urorcgarHed, then remove all the
fruit that sets thft first year after plant'
iug, mid pinch tho laterals to get a good
wood growth.
I'Mlinlit Will.,
Ilui'irtK sixteen pounds of ripe cur
rants, mix them well with three gallons
of water, strain It off, put to it foureeen
pounds of loaf sugar) strain It Into a
Miinll keg, lidding n pint of raspberries
and 11 pint of brandy ; stop it down and
let ItHtaml lor three months.
jjor the ilouim jjolhs.
Tli Tlir.r Crw..
G
A lUNli of soldiers came home from
the wnm i for pence had been mnde.nnd
their king wanted their service no long
er. One of them, whoso nnmo was Con
rad, had saved a good deal of money out
of his pay; for hn did not spend all ho
earned In eating and drinking, as many
others do. Now two of his comrades
wero great rogues, and they wanted to
rob htm of his money! however, tliey
behaved outwardly towards him in 11
friendly way. "Comrade," said they to
him 0110 day, "why should wo stay hero
shut up In this town like prisoners,
when you at any rato have earned
enough to llvo upon for tliu rest of your
days In peaco and plenty, at homu by
your own fireside?" They talked so
often to him In thlsmanner, that nt last
hesald ho woiildgoandtry his luck with
them; hut they nil tho time thought of
nothing but how they should inannguto
steal nway his money from him.
When they had gono a little way, tin-
two rogues said, " 0 must go by the
right-hand road, for that will take us
quickest Into another country, where
wo shall be safe." Now they knew nil
tho wlille that what they were saying
was untrue; and as soon as Conrad said
"No, that will taku us straight back In
to the town we camo from we must
keep on tho left hand," they picked a
quarrel with him, and said, "What do
you glvo yourself airs for ? you know
nothing nbont It." Then they fell upon
him nnd knocked him down, nnd beat
him over tho head till he was blind
And hn lug taken nil his money out of
his pockets, they dragged him to a gal
lows-tree thnt stood hard by, bound
him fast down at tliu foot of It,and went
back Into tho town with tliu money
Hut tliu poor blind man did not know
wliero hu was ; mid lie felt all around
him, and finding that he was bound to
a large benm of wood, that It was a cross
and said, "After all, they have done
kindly in leaving 1110 under a ero'-s;
now Heaven will guard me."
When night came on, hu heard some
thing fluttering over his head. It turn
ed out to be three crows that flew round
nnd round, and at hist perched upon tho
tree. Hy and by they began to talk to
gether, aud ho heard one of them say,
"Sister, what is the best news with you
to-day?" "Oh! if men did but know
all that we know I" said the other,
The I'rlncess is HI, and the king has
vowed to marry her to any one who
will cure her: but this none can do, for
she will not be well until yonder blue
flower Is burned to ashes and swallowed
by her." "Oh, Indeed," said tho other
row, -'If men did but know what wo
know! To-night there will fall from
heaven a dew of such power,that If even
blind mail, if ho washed his eyes with
It, would see again." And the third
spoke, nnd said, "Oh ! if men knuw
what wo know I The flower Is wanted
but for one, the dew Is wanted but for
few ; but there is a great dearth of water
for all In town. All the wells are dried
up; and no one knows that they must
take away the large square stone by the
fountain in tin- market-place, mid dig
underneath It, mid that then the finest
water will spring up."
Conrad laid nil this time quite quiet;
aud when tliu three crows had done
talking, he heard them Muttering round
iignlu.nnd at last away they (lew. Great
ly wondering at what he had heard.and
overjoyed at the thoughts of getting his
sight, ho tried with nil his strength to
break looe. At Inst ho found himself
ttew, and plucked somo of the grass that
grew beneath him, and washed his eyes
with tho dew that had fallen upon it
At once his eye-sight camo to him again,
and ho saw. by the light of the moon
nnd the stars, that he was beneath the
gallows-tree, and not beneath a cross, ns
he had thought. Then he gathered to
gether in a bottle a much of the dew 11s
he could, to take away with him; and
looked around till he saw the (lower that
grew close by ; and when hu had burn
ed it he gathered up tho ashes, and set
out on his way towards tlio king's
court.
When ho reached tho palace, ho told
tho king ho was come to euro tlio prin
cess ; and when ho had given her the
ashes and made her well, ho claimed
her for his wife, as the reward that was
to bo given. Hut tho princess, looking
upon him nnd seeing that his clothes
wero so shabby, had no mind to lie his
wife; nnd tho king would not keep his
word, but thought to get rid of him hy
saylng, "Whoever wants to have tho
princess for his wife, must find enough
water for tho uso of tho town, where
there is tills summer a great dearth."
Then tho soldier went out, and told tho
peoplo to take up tho square stouo by
tho fountain In the market-place, nnd
to dig for wntcr underneath ; and when
they did so, there camo up a flno
spring, that gave enough water for tho
whole, town. So tho king could no long'
er get oil' giving him his daughter ; and
ns tho princess began to think better of
him, they wero married, and lived very
happily together after nil.
Soon after, as ho was walking one day
through a Held, he met his two comrades
who had treated him so barely. Though
they did not know him, ho know them
at once, and went up to them mid said,
"Look at me! Iain your old coinrado
whom you bent and robbed ami left
blind: Heaven has defeated your wick
ed wishes, nnd turned all tliu mischief
which you urougnt upon me into good
luck." When they heard this they fell
at his feet, and begced for imrdon : and
as ho had a very kind ami good heart
I10 forgave them, anil took them to his
palace, aim gave iiiem 100a mm clothes
And ho told them all that had hiimen
ed tohlm.aiidhow ho reached thesu lion
ors. After they hud heard the whole
story they said to themselves, "Why
should not wo goiiuusitkomumgnt un
der the gallows? wo may hear some
thing that will bring us good luck,
too."
Next night they stole away; and
when they had sat under tlio tree a t
tie while, they heard a Muttering nol-e
over uieir ni-iids; mid 1110 mreo crows
camo and nerched unou it. "Sisters."
said 0110 of them, "some 11110 must have
overheard us, for all the world is talk
ing of the wonderful things that have
happened s tho princess is well; tho
tlower lias been plucked and burned ; a
blind man has found his sleht : and thev
hnvu found tho spring that gives water
to the whole town, Let us look round,
pcahaps we may tliidsoinuonuskulking
iilxiut ; if wo do, he shall ruo the day."
Then they begun fluttering nhout,nnd
soon spied out tlio two men below, ami
flew nt them In a rage, beating ami
pecking them in tho face with their
wings and beaks till they wero quite
11111111, ami lay nan iieau upon inu
ground, under tliu irullows-tris-.
Tho next day passed over, ami they
did not return to tliu palace; so Conrad
begun to wonder where they were, and
wentoutthefolluwliig morning In search
of them, and ut lust ho found them whore
tliey lay. dreadfully repaid for ail their
iuiiy iiiui Dustiness.
DRY GOODS, &o.
HANI) OI'KNlNO
(IllAMI Urtt.-tliiu
(IRANI) OPKNINO
(lHANt) Ol'KNINd
tIRANII OPKNINU
KALL
ANII WINTKII OOOtW,
AND WlNTr.lt (lOOtM,
AN11 WINTKII (lOOI)S,
I'AM,
KALI.
KAI.t. AND WINTKII (I0ODH,
KAI.t. AND WINTEll GOODS,
confuting (t
roimlftllnK of
conaWtlnK of
mmkltnK of
r.uMlr.K of
IIHV
1)1 IV
WIV
DUV
imv
noon-",
noons,
(IOODK,
(IOOIW,
(loons,
HATH AND CAfN,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND 0A1-S.
HATS AND CAW,
HATS AND CAW,
H001S AND P1I0IX,
HOOTS AND MHOKS,
HOOTS AND HH0KS,
HOOTS AND HHOKH,
HOOTS AND MIOKH,
IlKADY-MADK CLOT1IINO,
UKADV-.MADK CI-OTHINd
11KADV-MAI1K CLOTHING,
UKADV-MADH CLOTHING,
UKADY-MADE CMlTIIlaG,
I.OOKING-M.AISIW,
UlOKING-OLASSKM,
I.O0KING-0I.AKNIN,
I.OOKING-OI.ASSi:s,
I.OOKING-GI.ANSKM
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
l'AINTS
l-AINTH
PAINTS
l'AINTS
AND OIIX,
AND OILS,
AND OILS,
AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
ClHOCKUMX,
OKOCKKIKS,
anocKWKs,
OUOCEUIKS,
aitocKniKs,
(IUKKNSWA11K,
QUKIINSWAItK,
qukknuwauk,
qukknswaiik,
qukknhwari:,
IIAIIDWAUK.
HAHDWAHE,
HAUDWAHi:,
HAlinW'AltK,
HAHDWAHK,
TINWAHK,
TINWAUH,
TINWAHK,
TINWAHK,
TINWAHK,
HALT,
HALT,
HALT
SALT,
HALT,
KISII,
KISH,
l'ISH,
KITH,
K1H1I.
UHAIN AND HKKDS,
(HtAIN AND SKKDS.
OllAIN AND HKKDS,
dllAIN AND SKKDS,
OllAIN AND HKKDS,
McKKLVV, NKAL
McKKLVY, NKAL
McKKLVY, NKAL
.McKKLVY, NKAL
McKKLVY. NKAL
CO.'H,
CO.'S,
fO.'H.
CO.'S.
CO.'H.
NortliweHt corner of Mnln and Mitrkt t StretK,
NortltweMt corner of Mnlu and Murkot Htreeti,
NortliwcNl comer of Mnlu and Market Ktrrett,
NorthweHt corner of Main nnd Market Htreetn,
Nortliwcut corner of Mnlu und Market Htreets,
llIIOMnUIl(l, l'A.,
I1I)I).MHIIUH(J, l'A.
IlLOOMHiltmO, l'A.,
IILdflMHIIUIlfl, l'A.,
HLOOMHIIUKd, 1-A,
1UHN AND NAIIX,
IIK1N AND NAIIX,
IRON AND NAIIX,
IKON AND NAHM,
IKON AND NAI1J4
In Inriiii iiuantltleH and at it-ductl rule,nlwiiy
IT 0. HOWKK,
Hum ojwiihI u llrttt tH
HOOT, HIIOi:, HAT AND tKV HTOMK,
nt tllUlilil Ktilllil 1111 MiiliiHtri-i'l ltlukiitt.nri
st(KkUctiinHtHl(ir Dm very latfNtitint WNtatyleM
r.r, urii.i in iiiit i iur.t-Jin ill tllUIUIillt lAlUlWy,
IIh run itwoniiiUMlnttt tin milill with ihn r, .ii.w.
Inir kliuU Hini wi t in up prVtMi
M'h'm fiilf Unttn, fli', men kip, louM aole,
lloya' rhUil'N 1khh, Mt-n'M ulnvu kll, (JuiiKri-M.do
wt-u a Hitivti kii imiiiiorui hikr's, aie-n a, wonif in
iMiva'. utitl HilMat'M' uhivu khl liiMtlnv uhUitm Ui
Illfll'tf IflftVn kllln. VPrv ttllf. Womn'M Huh irrmt
inonicm tHtlmrmtln, Women' tnfU'NinonKvourui
run mim', iiiiiiiuii MijfWN, ,iiitiita' uihl 1 1)11(1
ah'M'M, Mvn'a, uuiiH'irM.iulNHttM'. Ixtya'.Htul 1I1IIU
iijjjwri, 110 uiau KffjJH u Krcui vtirieiy or
HATH, CAIH ANI HTItAW 00()1S
of every klii'l.at tliu lowiat prlofn, both fui ciuth
iwinfintwrthuultriictton Islnotir ucmmIi. lion1
U) Hlarnml at I lie cry uf la lac la iiricen. but call And
aetffuryountolvt. Ufapi'cuully.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
T It. MO Villi,
WHOLIWAI.KAltKTAIL
i) u u ao is t,
cmtNKK Uf M.ll.1 AX II MAIIKKT nrK KIN,
IILOOMHIIUIIO, l'A.,
when- w ill In- fnulnl n Inmo ""'I elwt lnok nf
DruK,
li:i)ICINKS AND CHKMIOAI.S.
Aim nil tlx1
I'ATIIST 3IKDIC1NKS OK Till: 1IAY,
I nm nlMi prcpiiri .1 (11 rurnWiCmmU-y Mores with
I'mtor Oil, Godfrey's Cordial,
TltltLINOSTONH 11ALSAM,
iinil nil other inmUeliion kept hi lliclr lino nl I'll y
price.
PrcucHptlotn carefully cuinpoutiileil nt nil
hours.
In medicine, quality I' of tliu flmt Importance.
Illooinnliun:, June 7, 117
E.
NVKltHTT A 1)H. .1. II. CASK'S
AVv'ir niiva sroiac,
IN OUANGKVII.t.i:,
JUS T () V V. N E 1)
WITH A MI't.KSIIIII ANII VAIltniASSOUtMKNT OK
(IOOIIS AI'I'KIITAINIxa TO TUB tinl'll IIISISKSS.
pmti: imuos, chk.micai.s, inv
ALWAYS ON IIAN1).
In nhortnny nrtlclo thnt can bo named In tlio
linn, line run tin liml ut tlirlr Htore. Dr. .1. 11.
1'iihe Ik n Practlouer, nnd niso undemtjindN l'lmr
mncv! K Kverett Is ll Medical Student, lion at
tended olio term nt the Jellerson Meillcnl Colleiie,
nnd underHtandii tlx' comjmundln!' of DniK.
l ney rcupecmuiy nmio in" iiuhmihku in im-ir
friend, nnd tlio public uenemHy, nwirlna tbeni
ma i'K. ntnl w inteer win no imrcinneii oi iiiem
will lw freih and puro. npr2li 07
tm
A FIRST PREMIUM
WAl AWHRDtD TO
Tt BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVt
T By (lie N. II. 8t,U AKrlculmnil Soclflr.tl
It I tl, tmldra In NmIiu. Kfpt.AI, lA
II AltltKTT'B
Vegetable Hair Restorative
lUitarf Ortj Iltlrlo U nttnral color. lro
-moi the vrawth ot the llilr. ChtDfit th
- root to their orlainBl erwnto ctl0D. -rnll-lX
eli l)ndrurf mnd liumort. . lrenU
lUlr IhIUdk ouL I a Hupcrlor l)jMiB a
iconuina no iiyunuun Uircin.,
nd ! Uitmil populirind tH-
khl rUrl throughout th
Cut, Went, North and
J, R. BARRETT A CO., Pfopfi(on,
MiSCIlF.STr.il, X. II.
Be- Sold by L. N. MOYKlt, IlIooiHubum, IH.
nnd DrilRKlsts Kcnernlly. npr.V(i7-(,m
PHB OBBAT
ZINGABI BITTERS
Tht component jmrti of thli rcmnrVkU prpnritioa
wereflrtt dlicorerrtl, compounded and dlilributed,
lomfl twtatr yun ro, tjr Ir. Cuiopics, too ccl
trttd Kr yptUn PhjiicUn. Thounndiof hit tuffsr
lag coBDtrjmen were rntored to health, m well at grctt
nuinbtri cf th inhfcbltntl of Nuti and ibriiioli.
and ot thecountr.etborderloff upa tba Boutbemcout
01 1110 AlUttlierTADCU SCL.
Indeed, U10 fim of tha
ZINUARI UITTK1UI
ood ipread orr Europe
and vai adopted by it
principal I'lijilc.ani la
charge of the hoiptuli ot
the ld vorld.lnwhicb It
la still uitd with treeml
cent iuccmi Tha Viceroy of Egypt pUced lb oamt
of si. ChioMOI upon tha 11 Holl at Nobles," and prs
aented to him Medal bearing the following Inscrip
tion: " Da, CaaoPBCi, the-Publlo Benefactor." Thie
Bltur ii now offered to tho publla of America with
the full aasuranoe that it will bo found, upvn a fair
trial, to -act as spccina tor tho cure of
Cholarat Oyttnttrr, DUrrhora, Chora
Morbus, I-'Tar ana Apucf Yellow Favcr
JUnumatlami Trpboid Fever. Dyspepsia,
CUckUronctUUa, Consumption, Vlatn
lencyyDtieaata of tke Kidney a, IVerroua)
Debility) and Female Complainti.,
a s I fl ii .W VClB
Remarkable cures cf the abore dlseaaca hare ben
reular phjalclani, fully attest, and it is destined to
lupeneae any preparation extant, as aa af rewtla
looic, and an
l.SVIGOBATINO DEVZIUGE,
IT UAH
NO EQUAL.
Tun tub
ZHf aAUI BITTERS
HAS SOUL
AS WKLL AS I10DY,
ann aa a
PREVENTIVE
or
- DISEASE,
HAS NO SUFERIOQ.
A TEW TO LADIES. The Die or tha
ZINOARI BITTERS wilt Rive to you that soft, seml
transparent complexion wtilch the God of nature (Je
tlfnlng womaa to be the loveliest of tils works) fully
Intended that you should hare for It Is nature's own
powder and paint combined. By purifying the blood,
timulitinf the pigmentary cells of the dermis,
and imparting health and life throughout the entire
system, it Mpt-elaUy gives that smooth clearness and
toast to the complexion so much to be desired re
aorlng all roujrhneis, blotclwi, freckles, plmplci.and
(hat yellow, sickly look to common in our day; and
what is even better than this, it cures every species of
female irregularities and dLieaao
Principal Depot, Uarrlaburg, Pa.
R AHTER & H AUSE,
Sou PaorturoEi
air For Mile, by I.. N. MOYl'.It, WhelcKnlu mid
Iteliill DriiKBlst, Uliioinsburi!, l'u, (JlaVl!7-onl.
GROCERIES, &c,
R
K JI 0 V A I( O V
V. C. M Alt I'.'H
K K V S T O H JJ
T O N 11 I V K8 IS I.O C A',
OS THK COUNKII or 5IAHKCT ANII 1KI1N BfllKhlV,
Tho unJerslKiieil hnvlnij recehtsl Ironi tliu iltjr
u lull mul complete Mipply of
SI'IlINfi ANII KUMMUIS
DRY (iOODS AND GKOfilCUIIvS,
N 0 II (1 N H,
TINMVAHK AND HAHD-WAIU'
cr.DMi a.vii iiv..oir.ii'.ii:,
coNi'ix'Tio.vr.r.y, (H.ass-waui:,
'I' O H A 0 0 O ,
A T S A A' J) S If O K fi,
1'I.OUlt, HALT, l'ISH, ANIJ MKAT,
nil of which I proixiso sullinnt it very low llituru
for cnfch or priMlucc,
r full uniUee. ,..,.
,prll 1.', IW. C. C, .MAllll.
N
K W H T () H II
AND
iV ; w a o o x s
I N
M I FFLIN VI I.IiK, C0LUMI1IA 'OU.NTV, l'A.
Tiik uut)Htrllior ri'Mt.fptfiillv ltioriiiH frU'llilrt
find tliu lmhllu that lms Just rr tunic I from the
illy wltli it fri'Nlt und well Kclwtfu'.
AbKOUTMr.NT OF M JUtCl I AXDIXK,
uikI haH njiriiiil a Htore lu thn room formerly oo
cilDleil bv Htenlifii Vilf. ills Moi-k t'oiiHlKtH of
ot'rythlns UHimlly ht'pt xt HrmVclnhS country
itiurr, much ui
HUY CiOOlW, (JKOCPItIKH, Altl'.VHK, t'KIJAU
WAHK, UUVUH, MKIlIL'INM, tit',, Al,
Hu homu to luirll U tfhurn of thn pulill" Pittroti
RBI'. lUir.H J, MILLAUD.
Miminvilh'.MiiJ'H, IMtT,
TISTAHUSUKI) 17113.
jouiu.v a liitoninit,
WHOLI'-S.VI.IJ UllOC'lillS,
mul Denton In
KAI.TPimiK ANII IIM.MKTU.VB,
No aid North 7 lilnl Mntt,
l'lilliulelphin.
g V. I'KTKHJtAX,
Willi I.II'I'INCOIT A TltO-lTIJIt,
WlIOI,lAI,r, ClItOCEIlH,
No. 51 Norlh Willi r Strcc t,
ami No, 3J north Deluwrin-Avenue
I'hlhuUlplilii.
CAVKIt & BIMtANKLK,
WIIOI.KHALnOUOCKIIllW ANIICOMXMWION
MKItCIEANTS,
Nos. Mi unit 2.7 Arch Hlrcet,
riilhulolphln.
JOHN BTHOUI' A CO.,
Huoceioiorii toKtroup A Hroll icr,
WIIOI.KHALK DEAI.KIW IN KIWI,
No. 81 North Wliarve. (wi 21 North frttor f ,,
riilUJclphlti.
DRY GOODS.
TTUHUAII FOR CATAW1SSA1
THIS WAY Foil I1AH0 A INS.
lloodi to compare Willi Mrlngrncy of tlio tntney '
inarkcL I-ook nnd enmparo price before rr
chaidnit olnowlicre. Just call nl the fnvorlte lm.
iichii ktand of
McNINCH A HIIUMAN.
nnd you will la met by tlio obtlitliut proprietor or
thclrclcrk, nnd luiwn tlimuRlitlielrnreat variety
toro free of cliame, of com hc. They III give Ml
n fair chanro to upend your lonni cliaiiKi". they
Irmtmueli niuro prnfltnbly than It can bn iipciit
rUowlicre. llielr
HTOCK OK DUV GOODS
thl Sprhnt U much lamer In all It tailctle than
iMiial. Their .
LADIKM' DHIXS UOODS
ore of tlio nlcent msle hi market. They lmc n
lllieamirirtmcnttif
HATS, CAPS. HOOTS AND SIIDKS,
Str.UMKH CLOTHS, CAHHlNKlM,
CASSIMKHIX, ANII Vi;sTIN(IS,
nnd nuuieroiiH urllcte common to mith p-dnMUlK
inenti, liehlde u Kenernl nnioi tmeut of
IIAIIDWAUK, TINWAHK, (iUI'.KNSWAHl:,
AND aitOCKHIKS,
nil nt ureal ly reduced prices. They wlh to con
duct their tnnlnoH on tlio yMcm of
" PAY AS YOU GO,"
nnd they think they can nirord to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for many post favors,
nnd nk the future pntronnso of their former cus
tomers nnd tho public Kcnernlly.
McNINCII A HIIUMAN.
JHMiniUSTKIl & imOTIIKH,
Jliipnrieri nun dooucin in
HOSlrlUY, (1I.0VKS
WIIUTH AND llltAWr.ItM,
11UTT0NH, HUSl'KNDLIW,
IIOOl-HKIllTS.llANIIKl'.UClIILIX,
TIlItnAIH, SI'.WINCI HII.KH,
TIII.MMINOS, I'OUTK MONNAIIM,
miaik, i'i:m-u.Mi:nY, fancy ooodh, and
NOTIONS OLNKUALLY,
AWo Miinufneturcrs of
tinUSIIIH AND LOOKINtl OLASSns, 1
nnd Dentcm In
WOOD ANII WILLOW WAItll,
llltOOMS, I'.OPIX, TWI.VKrt, Ac.
No. :nw North Third street, above Vine,
riilliidelpldn.
JyJ M. MAKI'liK,
NOTIONS, HOSILKY, ULOVm. AND '
FANCY OOODS, ('
No. ii North Third street,
n
l'lilludelpbln.
' Wholesale and llctall Denier In
KOUKION AND DOMIiSTIO O'AIU'irrS, I
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SlIADld,
No. 21 North Second Strict, opp. Chrlkt Cliuni,
l'liUndclphln.
JAKCHOKT A CO.,
Imi'ortertf mul Jobbers of
HTAn-i: AND FANCY KUY OOODH, CIX)1IS
cahsimi:ui:s, iii.ANKirrs, mnknd,
1)1 tY tSOODH, HOSIKUY, AC,
I'hllattelphln, '
XDUKWS, WILKIXH & CO.,
Denier 111
FOllintlN ANII DO.MUSTI0 1)1(V OOpr,
No.WlMnrliet Street,
l'lilliulelphin.
TOSKPH S. DKLIj, !"
Manufacturer of ntul Wholesnlo Denlerl
CU1TIIIN0, CLOTHS, CAMMIMKHISs, AJ)
vixn.vcis,
N'o. II Xorlh Thlnl Hlrcet,
riillmlelpliln,
MISCELLANEOUS
T5U)0MSHUItfi KAXCY T1JI-
MINil ANII HOOKHTdlli:, .
M'ConI iloor below Hiirtiniin'H, Main HU'
Just reeel eil n new Mock ot
ZLl'lIVItH, WOOLH.V ANII ai'ITON I'.NS,
coitsirrs, lacix, iiMimoinuiiiix.
.MUSLIN I'.DOI.VdS, DltlXS TltlM isgs
mul every variety of nrtlelet iisiinlly kopti a
FANCY HTOIti:.
Also '
St'lIDOI, HOOKS, I1Y.MN HOOKS, M.W,
HUNI1AY-SCII0OI, HOOKS,
nntl n lnriio lot of
MlhCIXLANUOL'S I100KH,
ACCOUNT AND MKMOHANDUM B'lKH,
I1LAN1C DKl'.DS, I10NI1H ANII .HORrAllhH,
nuil u iienerul mul wcll.selecteil imHortla-1 of
l'Al'KH, IINVKLOl'I-.S, AO.
A. tl.tTJIIl.
WM. K. MUUPHY'S KOXB,
H T A T I 0 X E H B
S T II A M V O W K K 1' It I K T5 U H
ANI I
MjAXK hook jianukactt.kks
:CW CliestmH htn tt, & 5,"i Houth Kourt'a-vet,
l'llILADKLHIIA, 1A.
Tliey intiko a tiwclfillty of furnlshln Mttlonnl
Hunks, County OUlocr. Intiiiraiico (mi.ianlfs,
Ilnnklnn HoustH, etc., with
HVintY AHTJCLU OK IlLAXrf 1(KH
AND I'HINTIXU, J
lmvliiK mnrhlnery wpeplully mliiIi?J ir Ml worlc
they may require, '(eljttU-ly,
2)WK, KUtST0N4fe CO., J
JIunufiicturtrH una wltolemlo Dull in
corroN yahnh, cAitpirr am h,
BATfH, WICKS, TIK YAIINH, OCltD .OH,
UltOOMH. WOOD ANO WXUXtV VAUK.
IiOOIC'O GLArWI, CLOCKS, FA N C 11 j H K tJTS,
TAD IX, FLOOU, ANJi CA1U . 0K
01 1 CLOTHS, AC, '
No.&W Market Htrtit, aouU cJi,
PhllndelplilA,
CCHKLL, UK1K1KH & qi
(IIINKHAI. COMMIKHION MK SIIIlNTH
Ilenlers In
Fimi, halt, ciir.iai:, ruovio;u, o.,
Nos. l'JJnnil 121 Noith Whurvea.t vo Arch Ht.
I'hllnilelphla. '
Hole ncenui for Wilcox's Wheel rei,e, In bur-
rem, kens, nnu cnnii, , r
AINWJUOIIT & VO,,
WHOI.r.HAI.K ClUliKKH,
N. I!. Corner Heconil mul , 1 HrceU,
11 t . iltl.flllA,
licutcm la
ti:ah, HYIIUIW, COFFKK, HUH,' I,, i oLAHSUS,
KICK, Hl'lCKM, 111 l'A 1111 HOB-, W AC
0. (Irilers will receive prnmptutteiitlon,
Jlny 10, iwi7.ly.
-(
JOHN C. YKAOKH A CO.,
Wliolesnle Denlerilll
HATS, t'AIX, HTItAW (10011, ANII
LADIIJiTUIW,
No, TH North Third Hired,
1'hllnilrlphln.
J II. VVAIfKIl,
Walter t Kami,
Iiusnlernnd Doilivln
CHINA, (II.AHH, ANII QlHWHWAUi:,
No. 11 North Third Htreet,
iMitveti. Uico unit Vino
I'lillatlelphU.
Wf- FOU NKAT V1) CIIEA1
.TOI3 PIUNTINO,
CALL AT TIIK CULUMIIlAN OFHUK
TOBACCO & SEGrARS.
rjiJIK ONIiY 1'IiACH
tn g't tlio bent
T0I1ACCO AND CIUAILM,
AT WIIOLUSALK AND ItlrTAIL,
m nt iiUNdHiir.iwir.ifM,
n few doom below Ibo American limine,
HlouiiHburir, I'n.
Vo ban the larKcnt nnd lnont select of
HMOKtNO AND UIIKWINIl T01IAIV0
mer nirereil to the citizen nf lIloomiiburK. All
do fancy brnndHof
HK0A1LM,
nid tli beat Fine-cut nnd I'Iiik
cnr.wiNa tuiiacxo.
(in bo bud nt bUcountcn.
TOHACCO 1'11'IW
srent iitlcty nro ninonc till larfto slock.
ixjnt ror.aiiT TO CAM
II. II, llttNKIinitUKIt.
rAi:.v, noYi) & co.,
IMMMIKSKIN JinttCIIANTH.
nnd AVIiolcsnlo Denlcrn In
LK.VI' AND MANUI'ACTUUini TOHACCO,
SI XI A IIH, Ac,
No. (it Nnrlh Third Hlrcet,
I'llllndclphln.
Ounttftion enn forward their Nlock "In llond,"
vllhmit preiiiiylnit Ibo United Hlnten tax.
JJ W. HANK'S
WHOLCMALi: TOHACCO, HNtJFF, AND
CKIAK WAitr.itousi:,
N'o. I ICt North Third Slreet,
Imlween Cherry und ltnce, went Hide,
l'blladelphln.
c.
Ii. WOODRUFF,
AVhuIcunlo iK'nlcrn lit
TOllACCOS, CI0A11H, IMi'KH, Ac, Ac,
No. 11 Xo.th Thlnl Street, iiihio Market,
rhllnaelpliln.
piUSIIMUTJI, 15HOTIIKH tfe CO.,
wholkmam: toiiacvo ih:am:iw,
No. 151 North Third StU't,
five doors lelow Hare, 1
FactorIen, Nh, 23 mul 2i (lunrry Street,
l'hlladetphln.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Q1IAM,HS W. SNYDKH,
lu:Ai.rit is
II A H I) W A It K,
ino.v, nails sti:i:l, ac, ac, ac.
MAIN hTItllUT, IlLOOMSIUntO, lMINN'A.
Take IhU tnpthiHl ut fiiformlnnlhoiiti7onsof Co-
liunhlu couty, that he has opniM an cxtrnsli
Ilanlwaru htore on Main stm t, In lllinnshurg,
near Iron street, and that he hat on hand u
LAUOIIIl STOCK AN 1 1 HKTTKU AH.MJItTi:H
rthan can hu found any hue eUu In the cainty,
and which he intend to sell at nrlccK which defy
cotiietltlnu.
CJIAIN.S, AXES, STKEL, IRON.
I lmvo chaliiN, all )vn, axett, alt make and
weight, tttec), alt (lzi, iron, all shape, and ull
very low,
llUILDIJIi'S II A HDW'AHK,
of eveiy deserliitions. Nails, axlo pulleyK, sash
coids, latches, locksand knobs, butt i(Tew8,HnHh
f.iKtt, window hprhiKs, baso knobs, Ktrap htme,
haipH and Ktnph'K, hooks und staple, and In fact
vvitj IhliiK ueedeil hi that line.
COACH A WAOON MAKHIW HAIHJW'AIU:.
embracing almost c cry thiiiB In that line, Alo
HAUNIXS MAKHM HAHIWAUi:,
Ilucklcn, Japanm-d; biuklcs, silver plated; hlttK
of fery kind , Uamix, Iron; pad trei-n: Ham,
woimI ; saddle tic-en, yl tieei, lith web, worste(l
nial cotton : thread, llk, awls and ncedlcH, tools
nf all kinds.
snoi:.MAKi:irs uauowahi:,
A fult assoitnn nt fitrcarpeutcrH. I have planes
all klndn, miw.h; hand, iiaunel, rip, aud compass,
squares steel, Iron, and try: boring machines,
chUlcs, auyers, levels, mallets, braces, gauges,
pious, rules, bits, aud aUmt et'rylliln lor car
penters. FOR Till! IT.Ol'Li; (iKNi:itALLV
1 have coat
hods, coal
shovels, scoops,
coal Miters, lunt
ei ns.t able cut lery.iHH kel
cutlery, platid simmuis,
plated lorks.serveis.teaand cof.
tee pots.but ler kni es,mlll saws,
ci ohh ctit s.iw s, clicular saws, kjiiik saw s,
llles, Ikhsc shoes.wi enchcs,il cts.ham
liters, lutchets, inattm'lyt, picks, lorks, ruh
blilj; 1hh-k, shovels, spades, spaillnu forks, hoes,
rahes, bed plus, twine, skates, pious, cottlu trim
mltiK, Ktueiy, led thalk, white chalk, wire,
horse units, meat cutters, scales, wash boa ids,
hursu buckets, wooden palls, clothes
pins, clue, door mats, porch mats, par
lor mats, corn poppeis, paint
brushes, hoisu brushes, sleigh
bells, heel calks, enamel
ed kettles, brass kettles,
copper kettles,
slewkettles,saucu
paus.bruad
axes, mills,
Sledges, curtain fixtures,
Thlmhlcskelus and boxes,
I'unipH, lead pipe, etc.,
laneii rope aim uunureos oi aniens noi ,enu
merattHl constantly on hand tit
L'IIAUL1 W.HNVIllUt'H,
Mnlu Htreet, llloouishurg.
IRON, TINWARE, &C.
pATION'AI, FOUNDRY,
Illoomslmrg, Colunibln Counly, l'u.
The mibhcrlher, propileior of the iihove-rHmeil
extensive estttbllsliinent, is now prepnreil to l
celve onlerii for nil kltul of
.MAciiisiniY rem coi.Lii:i!iix, iilast
IHIUNAC'IX.HTATIONAUV HNOINUM,
M1I,LH,T1I111MIIIN0.MACIIINI,
.le
He Is atto picpaied to make Moves of ull sizes I
and pattern, l'low.lrons, and everythlnt; usually
made In mstchixs I otindrlcs.
His extensive fiiclllllcs and prautlcat workmen
WiUnint him In lecetvlnt; the liiiKunt contracts on
ttrt most icasuuablo terms.
drain of all kinds will be taken In exchange for
Castings,
This establishment It located near the Lackr
wanna aud liloomshuri; 1 Lull road epot.
riirnit iiillmvkr.
S'1
TOVES AND TINWAHK.
a, m. nun:uT
nnnoiiuccH to his friends and customers that
continues tho above business ot his old place on
MAIN HTUK171'. III.OOMKI1UUU,
Customers can he accomodated with
FANCY Hl'OVKS
of oil kinds, Ktovcplies,Tlnwaie, and every va
riety of article found In u Ktove and Tinware I
tahtlshmcnt In the cities, and on thinostreabou
able terms, itepalrlntf done at the shortest notice,
S POZKN MII.K-I'ANH
on hand for sale.
N
HW fcSTOVK AND TIN .SHOP.
ON MAIN bTHKKT,
NKAKI.Y 01'1'01I1K Mll.r.Klt'
Hlultt:, '
JILOOMSHUIUJ, PKNN A.
Tt it: undersigned has lust tilted tin ami nncned
his new
STOVK AND TJN SHOP,
lu this place, wheie he is prepared to make up
new Tin W auk of all klmls in his Hue, aud do
repulsing with neatness nnd dlsputch, njon the
most leasouabto terms. IIu also keeps on hand
HTOVI-M OF VAUIOUH PATfUHNH &8TVIJW,
wblrh bn will sell u iwm terms to suit mirrhusers.
(live him a call, lie Is it good mechanic, und
ucbt'iviugoi tno punuo pairoiuiKe.
lllnouikbiiri:, April 91, IW7,
Q.K01U1K II. ltODHUTH,
ImiHirler mul IK-alcr in
IIAIlIIWAHK,Cl'TLi:llV,(IUNH,Jtc.,
No. ail North Third Hlrcet, nlwve Vine,
rhllailelphla.
T U. LONG.STUKTn,
o .
l'AI'lIU-IIANUINU WAIIKHOUHK,
No. H North Third Street,
Philadelphia
SEWING MACHINES.
Q.UOVKH .t IIAKHH'iS
SKWIXO MA CHIN US,
Wercaunrdtd the lllttbest 1'relilhlhis at the Slnto
Fairs of
New York,
Kentucky,
New Jersey
Alabama,
Vermont,
Missouri,
Ohio,
Virginia,
Wisconsin,
OrcKon.
Tennestiee,
l'ennsyhnnin,
Mississippi,
MIchlKnn,
Indiana,
North Carolina,
Iowa,
Callfiirnla,
AT THR FA IIH OF TIIK
AmcHcun Institute, Franklin Imlltute, Mary
bind Institute, Mass. Mechanics' Associa
tion, I'enn. Mechanics' Institute, St,
. Iiouls Agricultural and Me
chanics' Association,
And nt numerous Institutes nnd County Fulrs,
lucludlncnll Ibe Fairs nt which tliey Mere exhib
ited tho iat threo your. First l'rlic have also
been nuarilcdlhcscMiKhlncsut llieexiilblllonsof
l.OXDOX, l'A HIS, DUHIilX, MNZ,
Ilesimciui, Ilnyonne.St. Dialer, Clintons, and tliey
lmo U'eti furniihetl, liy Kpeelfil commftMil, to tho
Kmprem nf Tmnre, llmprnssnf Atistrln, KmineNX
of UuHlii,Ktnpn'HH))f Ilmll, (tuwn of Hjmln, nnl
tJiKcn of Iluvnrln.
TIIK OUOVKIt A IIAKKH
t i.AaTir-tTicii
.S K V I N 0 JI A (' II 1 N H
nroHiiperlorlonll others for the follow Inu ren-
Hons:
1. Tliey hew Willi two threnilH illrccl fiom llio
8Imh,1h, mul requiring no reu linlini;.
1!. Tliey iirnliimo eimlly uiulerKtiKiil mul unihI,
nml Ickh lliililoln ilermieuicnt tiutli otlier nul
chines. (
Tliey nro cnpiihleorcxeetitllimerrectly,ith'
out climiKoofnilJiistiiieut, ninudi Krenter nilcty
of worlt llinn oilier mnrhlni-H.
4, The stitch made by these machines Is much
moru linn, elastic, arid durable, especially titititi
I at titles whkh tequlri tn be washed and liolied,
than any oilier stitch,
. This stitch, nwlnu to the manner In w hlch the
under thread Is inwrought, Is much the Mot :
plump and I .null Till In use, and retains this
pluiiipnev und beauty even upon articles fre
quently washed and Ironed until they are worn
out.
(I. Thestrnctuieot the seam is such that,! houuh
It he cut or bioken at intervals of only a lew
stitches, it will neither open, i un, nor ravtl, but
remain Unit and durable.
, Unlike other nuuhlues, these fasten Imth
ends of the seam hy their own o)erat!in.
8. With thene machines, while silk Is used upon
I the right or fare side of the scam, cotton may be
Used upon the other side without lensi-nlnn the
I MreiiBlIior durability ot theseatu. This e.m hu
1 done on no other machine, aiullsaureat savin"
upon all articles stitched or made up w 1th silk.
tl. These machines, In addition to their superior
merits ns Instruments for sewing, by a change of
I adjustment, easily learned and practised, exevutu
the most beautiful aud permanent embroidery
audoiuamcutal woik.
In addition to their family machines they have
also the
IMIMtOVKI) DOUHLK LOCK
STITCH MACHINES,
making a stitch allkuonboth sides. This Cmu
puny make both the jn-lc and Double stitch Ms-
chines, so that persons IuuIuk a prcieienio can
select such as they Ilku best, and If not suited can
IexchaiiKe for thn other, thus slviinr the pulille Ihe
advanlaKe of this arraiiKeuu'iit. Tliey ulsu make
the nvuly Invented
XO. 1 LOCK STJTCH MACIIIXliS
an advance upon alt machines hcrctoforo known
forsevshu; with the Jock-MIUh. It Is of rcat
jHiwer and st length, especially adapted for tailors,
sboemakeis, harness.makers,carrlaije.trlmmers,
and fur all descriptions of work to which the
losk.stltrh Is applicable. It work with equal
facility silk, cotton, or linen thread.and will sew
the Jluesl iuuhUu as well ns tho thidcest leather.
I'rlcugsi); wllh Ilemuiers, SsT. The r No. 'J U
L.1 UQUT MAUIIIXI
: containing many ImpiovemcnU, m'npted for till-
lorhitf, vcKMnakliii;, lthtshrn'maklii as well as
for family sewlni;. Lari;e. nuinbersof these ma
chines are In use, and they ulve uclvcrsul satis-
fiu t loti. None who have seen this machine will
willingly use the noly and cuiubrois lockstltclt
inachlnes heretofoiu in yeneial uk. I'rlcojii;
with Uemmcrs, 0),
These machines of every descrlptUn can bo had
ut the Hint's oiiu-o lajtilooinshuig at isjsltlvely
the maiinfiU'turer'H prices, to which :he attention
of tho public Is especially Invited.
T. H, MASTK11H( .yenl,
Um-Untxn'a XuihUng,
I)1.0'MKliUH(J,
MafJ'J'dT-ly.J
Citlumbl.t (ouuty, l'u.
F,J!.I,',,,y,,.iS1IU'n,LI': SKWINO-JIA.
Mll7AftNTNBM
Contain ull thn lulemt iiiioi-fn.'1'innntj- nm utMt.,v
linlseh'Hsdurable; and eusy to work.
Illustrated ClrculHrs free. AgcntsVuntod. Ml-
trai u i Kit ni ui nuowii. isnronsiRninenu made.
Address nMPIHKfr. m. CO..
augl-ly CKi Iiiondwn, Now York
T)0VI)KU KKOS AND tUJIIiKIt.
Y. M, monuoi; X CO.
Kupert, Pa.,
Manufaiturersof
POWDKIt Kl'.Ori,
nuddeiilets In nit klmUof
LUMUF.It,
I give notice that they are prepaied loiu-cotnodate
thetr ciutnm with dlsmtch, aud on tlie chea) out
termw,
J.piiLKH it HOST,
Miccessors lo Franklin r.Hellrct A Co.,
I tn pollers and Wholesale Dealt rs In
UtJUOltS, WINIW, AC,
Nos. 11(1 and 412 North Third Htreet,
Philadelphia.
17
A. HKNDHY,
Hucceiisor to Hendry A Hurri,
Muuiifuetureriind Wholenate I)e,lcrlu
1I00TH ANI)HIIOI,
No. M Norlh Third Hlreit,'
I'lilladelphla.
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wllh I.ll'I'INCOTT, HON II A
Manufacturer, and WhnlcHiile licllcra In
HATH, C.W, nillH, ANII HTIIAWOOOIW,
No. 113 Market Hlrcet,
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rhlladelphla,
ONYDKH. 1IAHIUH A- llASSU'lT.
aianiuiiciiircpi aim juuuer. I
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MKN'H AND UOV'H CI.OT1U
Nw, KS Market, and 121 Coinwcrci
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Btrcet,
ruiiaueipuia.
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SEWING MACHINES.
'Jlin l'LOHKNCK
SI'iH i.mi-maciiini;s
Attn THF. IIIT IN TUB WOULD.
Bati-arwiiia, CIO Clicstnut Wlreet, riilladclphl.i, I'n,
While n larijo number of Mnrblnei bnvo bien
otrered tntho public, Homo of which posneiiR polntn
of exccllcncp and nckhowlodged merit, wo have
lonn felt what nthera have experienced, the nc-
cculty of nMnchlno more perfect In Hi mcchanU
cat Klruclurp, cnmblnlnir In tho
HKIIllxr Di:(llli:i:
SIMPLICITY WITH DUItAtltl.tTY,
nnd while enpnbie nf dolunn
(iniiATF.u Hanoi: of woiik,
one that could be cnilly imdemtood nnd mm pro
ueniicu ny nil.
Tomlpptyii Sewhm-Mnchlnc freo from the rib.
lections attached to other hn been lioemy tnilt
for wu not only had to Mirpnw other Machine, n
iney npienreil yenr nuo, but nlo a Improved
from time to time by more recent experience.
jiii wo noiiiiy cinim mi been ncconin i bed bv
Ihn liberal i.lpcndlturo of rnpltnl, ntnl the n.
tlcnt, iiiitlrlnitlnliornr yenrj nnd In preselitlnn
our MneVlne to the public, wo Hhiill lunkotlmtin
nertlnn repectln It merlin, which e mu
prepnreil InKulmtiintlnlo In every pnrtlculur.
IMnpillillliK llieuiulnnud Imon.nr Kllll ntltchi'.
we ndopted tho
loci; STITCH
(nllko on IkHIi Hide nf the falulc), which I n
mimed liy thiimiicK us bonl nultcil tn nil kind,
of woik, Hut tn meet objection Hninctliuc urged
niCTlnsl tin r.ivollle Mlteh.wo bne ndded Hie
knot, Double lAHk, nnd Dnublo Knot, cltlur of
Mhleh I
STIlONOIlIt AND MOlii: KI.AHTK)
th.111 tho IKkj thn cniibllnis tlio npeintor to
elect n ntltch
l'Lltl'lXTI.Y HUITCD
toevrry Kmdenf fiibrle.ntld whelo licci'HsarV. sew
, "" """" """K" "" " l loslliIe ti.Uo by
TIIK KLOHKNCK
inakes
FOUR lllFlT.IinNT HTITCIIIX
Willi iih inucheiiMi nn nlillniiiy Jineliliies make
one, mul with iis llltle ir.nehlnery.
1110 result t,r renonteil tests 1ms heen nil wo
eiiulil ileslre, mul from ill Ilrt IntriKliiellon the
I lorcliis, I nm (jntneil hot of rrkniU, mill heen
ri'Knnleil ns n
household Ni:r'i:smTYi
iro Inn thnt the pulille fully npprcclnlo tlie tunny
nilviilitnues comhlneil In the Florence. Mnchlne.
Omt nil others, tliu I'lorcnco mnsl lie necnlohe
fully iiiprccliiteil.
We rtalni lor the
Fi.orir.Nri:
the following
AllVANTAClKS
over any and all
sr.WIN(.MACIIINI IN THi: WOULD:
4jlt makes f.mr different stitches, tho lock.
knot, doubl(-Ks?k, nnd double-knot, oi. one. and
the same machine, Ilneh stitch being altk on
b.th sides of the fabric.
Oo' lively Mnehlnu has the lvverHlblc feed mo-
lion, whit h enables the operator, by simply turn
hu? a tliu mli-screw, tn have the work run either
tntherltmt or llt, to ttay any part of the seam,
or fasleii the ends nf scams, without turning the
fa wl le.
UM'hanlns tho leiiRth of stitch, and fiom
one kind of stitch to lumllirr, ean readily be dune
hu Ihe Machine Is In motion.
- The needle Is e.islly aljusted. and ilues not
skip stitches.
It Is almost nolseleHs, and can be Used
quiet Is necessary.
Whel
Qi Its motions an all iHHllive; tlier-an no
springs toct iut of nnler.and Im simplicity en
nbles any one to operate It,
i It does not icipilre liner tbuadon the under
than for the upper side, and will new aerosH the
h aviest seam, nr Irom one tn mote thkkuesses
nf cloth, w It bout chaimeol needle, tension, hi culi
lug tart ad, or skipping stitches.
t3The Himmer Is easily adjusted, and will
turn any w idth of hem desired.
4r?to other Machine will do so or at a raneu
of work as tho l'lorence.
SirU wilt hem, fell, bind, k ilher, hrald, (tullt,
and gather and vew on u rulllu at the same time.
It lifts nosprlUKHtoKetnut of order, and will last
a lifetime.
i- U Is fully piotet led and licensed by i:ilas
Howe, Jr., and our own fitters Patent.
Tho taking up nf the ska k-thiead Is not pel .
foinusl by the lilCKUlarcnuliactlnn of a wile coll
or unceituln operation of springs. The pn-clslon
nnd accuracy with which the rloreuce draws the
thread Into tho doth Is uuapprnached oy any
Hewlun-Machlne hitherto otlcied In the woild.
Wo luiutsh eiuh Mavhlno w Ith " Itaiuum'M Self.
Sewer," which guides tho work Itself, aud K of In
calculable value, especllly to Inexperience nper-
nturs.
White pohislttK tho above, aud many other
advantages, the Florence Is old at coriespouillng
prices vrlth other first-class Machines, and a care
ful examination wilt fully substantiate nil that
we have vlulmed for it, and Justify tho assertion
we now make, that It is the best Sewing-Mat hlae
In the world.
We waraant every MocUIno to bo all that wo
claim for It, und to KivocnllreHattsfactlniMinil
will give a written warranty, If required.
Liberal atrsngementsmado with those who buy
to sell again. Further information may bo had
by Inclosing stamps to thu (leneral Oillconf tho
l-'lmcncu Sculng-Machlnc Company, U-'liJ Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia, l'ennsj Ivaula.
I'UIt.T.S OF MACUINIX
Xo, I, Plain. This Machine makes tliu lock
undknntsllteheH.nnd has the reversible rcn..(U
No. 2, Vioi'cnce. Cold-ornamented Machine,
wllh drawer, und light cover, without locic;
makes all the four stitches, and has the re
versible feed 575
No. II. Hllver-platcd Machine, ornamented;
tuMo oil-fliilshed walnut, with heavy half
case, If Hie nnd drawer; makes all tho four
,:iHiv,.r.plnt.,l Mnchine, htBhly 'ornn:
''"""' ","1",T, n" ,!1U ",ur """"
stitches, ami his tho reversible teed 81
nnl h:is tlie reverhllilo feeil.
rotlsheil innium.iny table
1'olMieil HokcwoikI Tilble.....
No, 5. Walnut table. In nil
MnlwBnny lnhle, In .11
Itoiewooil tuhlo, In nil
No. (J. Walnut, oil tlnlshej
MnhoKaity table
Uoh.woikI table
(I. (1. EVANS, (Joneriil Aucnt,
li'll Cliettnut Hired, I'hlinilelphln.
rpilH hOST OAUSK,
Tm: O.ni.v Htaniiaud Oikiciai.
SOUTHKHN HISTOHY OV TIIK
WAH.
Ily rMwillil A. rollnril, of Vlrflliia.
hamui:i(hchwi:ppkniiihi:uof miffmn
1 Tnw nshlp, lifts prncun d the Agency of Columbia
nuntv. for tno sa or tno nisivo worn, it com
prises u lull account or the rise and progress of
tho Into Southern Confederacy, the campaigns,
battles, incidents and adventnies of tho most gi
gantic blrtiKglo nf I ho World's history. Complete
mono large voiuino ui ncuriy pages, vviiu
TWEXTV-FOUH 8PI.KNWI) HTKKIi
POHTHAITfl
of distinguished Confederate leaders. Tho hMo-
ry (ii l no uuo,uimicii huh ion emeu i.iueu in
the lien of Ihe victor, and tn Insure Justice- to tho
Hftutheru cause, tho mm must bo taltcn by some
Southern man who is wllllmeto devnto his tlmo
aud talents to the vindication of his countrymen,
In a hlstoiy which shall challenge thocrltldsni
of tho Intelligent, and Invite tho attention ol all
nonesi inquirer, sucna woric win he or peculiar
interest tu tho candid and Intelligent public of
the North, and is nf tho utmost liiiportancutn tlio
people nf tho Southern States. Mr. Pollard, nf
nil writers In tho South, Is doubtless the best
(planned to prepare a cntupleto and staudaid his
tory of tho Wui, und to commit lu the present
ami lutuiu generation it ratthml nnd worthy ie
I cord of thiirgreat strugglo aud nf a cause, lost.
Ifciivn In honor, linvli.u been eniployed iliirliiK tho
entlro perlwl of tho War ,11. editor of u Klciiiiuuid
livwHpiiper. lleoKe7,
JOHN ail.HEIIT. TIIKO, A, KOYAI.
G
IM1KIIT A ItOYAI.,
K1TAI1I.IH1IKII IW,
WIKH.IXAI.i: DHUOOIHTH,
No., SIX) and 311 Norlh Third Street,
l'hlladulpliln.
Iiupoitertf and liealerH In
DHUOS, MKDICINI-H, H1'IC1, I'AINTH, 0l,
UIAHH, IIVIiHIUMH, AC,
May 10, 1M.7-1Y.
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