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lotilt for OMJ.
tN tills bccLIoii or country, Uio inst
season lias hccii very unruvornblo Tor
tl.o outs crop. It U not only very light
In weight, but tlui ykM lcr ncro so In
HlKnlllrant an In nmny !! ""l 10
kwo licen wortli grttlicrlnu excel Tor
tlio atnxw. Now HrnnswIfU nut",
tororo our best variety, lias fared no
boiler than tho common kind. H would
seem na ira moro northern Intlludo wiw
better adapted ror this crop than tho
middle section or tho Union; and an
tni iinncm or seed, by Introduc-
Ing every two or thrco years a heavier
and better article, cannoi ou uv
Wo recently obtained rrom II. Ingcr
oii on nmatcur rarmer near tho city
it., timi n pIoso observer and careful
cxpcrlmontcr, two samples or excellent
oats, grown tho past season, ono the
nrof vour frnm lmnorted Kiiultsli seed
and tho other tho second-tho latter
showing marked deterioration mm m
least ono-llfth Hsliler per bushel than
tho first -another year It will probably
diminish still moro in wciriii. .. i""
nn iiml?. Pennsylvania Kx.crlmcnl
,.i i.w. in Chester county tho oats crop
also has been very light, but tho Super
intendent informs us, no mui uixm.
. t,n Irlmmlniis of his Osago or
ange hedge, along tho lino of hU oats
field : whero tlio neap wus uu.m
i.rw nrnad around, tho oats stood
up well, with n stiff straw, had a heavy
bead nnd a superior quality of grain.
yjll u iiv:ikuuu"" " ... -
iinrn a cutantity or re-
llltU UVWWW" " - i
lin snnio effect was ouscrvcu
on tho oats crop to a rather remarkable,
...,.., Thn Infnrcnco to bo urawn
from theso accidcntil experiments Is,
that potash is a special fcrtl liner foroals,
nr lit least a rrciulrement in tho fioil,
Tho analysis of tho grain of oats, as
well al Us straw, Indicates mso mm
potash enters largely into Its composi
tion. Practical Farmer.
Tilt Catawlu np'".
We don't entirely agrco with our
friend, Thomas Median, respecting the
Cataw'issa raspberry, who admits that
if properly managed it is productive
and valuable as a lato sort. Ho says.or
is represented to say, "all that is neces
sary, is to cut It down In tho spring to
about two foot and pllo plcnty.of man
ure about tho roots on tho surfaco of tho
ground." Why cut it down in the
spring, and why to two feet? Wo were
among tho first to cultlvato this rasp
berry in this neighborhood. Wo com
menced Bomo twelve years ago by
purchasing six plants. Subsequently
ono plant was sent to us by Col. Paxton
of Catawissa, who originally discover
ed tho raspberry, growing In tho old
Friends' burvinc eround at that place,
and wo found it to bo identical with tho
others. Our own rulo has been to cut
tho canes down oven with tlio ground
tlio last of Novembcr.tcover with ma
nure and let alone. Tho manuro an
swers as an excellent mulching tho
followingyear. By this means tho whole
strength or tho stool or roots is llirown
into tho neto wood, and a far moro pro
ductive crop is obtained. It begins to
ripen about tho 20th of August nnd con
tinues to furnish a supply far Into Octo
ber, if tho season is favorablo. Wo havo
had them upon our tablo on tho 11th of
November. Tho poor crop which tho
foot of tho previous year's wood will
afford is not needed when there aro
plenty of other berries for early sum
mer use, and It detracts just about in tho
samo proportion from tho fall crop. Wo
think highly of this fruit and havo a
profuso supply from about twenty-five
stools every year without any flgns of
tho stools running out. Gennunloicn
Tlte Pen a n Field Crop.
Tim pea has recently attracted a good
deal of attention, and deserves it. It is
notprobablo that It will over compete
with Indian corn in localities and soli
favorable to tho fatter, but on somo soils
and in somo localities tho pea will yield
much tho heaviest and most valuablo
crop. And this is tho case, with soils
which aro Incapable of bearing a full
crop of corn. Thero is, however, ono
drawback of tho culturo of tho pea
which gives corn great advantago over
it. Wo cannot stimulate peas to tho
samo extent as corn. If wo manuro too
heavily they nro apt to run to straw,
and tho proportion of grain is diminish
ed ; while, on tlio other hand, so long
as wo glvo proper attention to corn, we
cannot manure too highly, as overy ex
tra pound of mauuro will tell in an In
creased crop. Rut if wo happen to havo
a plcco of land for which we have not a
sufficient supply of manure, it will pay
much better to put in a crop of peas
man a crop or corn.
AjWell cultivated crop of corn or roots
leaves tlio land in better condition than
n crop of peas ; but unless the corn or
roots nro well cared for tho contrary
will bo tho case. A crop of peas even
If left to itself, will lcavo tho land in
tolerably good condltldn.-aa tho field
pea proper from Ita denso fo)Iago and
vigorous growth smothers most weeds
although there aro somo (Canada thistle
and coach-grass for example) upon
which a crop of peas lias very little
effect. It often happens that when the
farmer is not able to enrich his laud
sufficiently, the corn crop hardly pays
the expense of cultivation. In such
cases, by ndoptingpeas wo can dispenso
with much labor and yet secure a pay
Wo do not intend by this to recom
mend a slovenly habit In tho culture of
peas. Wo only say that whero tho
farmer Is unable to command a full sup'
ply of manure and labor, peas will pay
better than corn.
Tho real value of the pea as an article
of food Is difficult to determine, nnd ita
rationing power has been variously
tlmated. Two bushels of peas aro count
ed by bouio equal to three of earn, whllo
others do not hcsltato to assign to them
a much highor proportional value.
It may nomctlracu happen that tho
great difference between corn aud peas
oh regards digestibility may besuillclont
to detonnlno which wo Bhall select,
livery liousowlfo knows that it la very
difficult to cook corn-meal thoroughly ;
It required not only boiling but long
continued soaking. Peas, on tho other
hand, do not oven rcquiroto bo ground.
Hook Uiotn In water and thoy will swell
up and becomo quite digestible, whllo
If they bo boiled they fall down Into a
paste without any grinding. If, there
fore, wo wish to dispense with tho
grinding of our grain, wo will llud pea
hoAi Butted to our purposo.
Another polut to bo taken Into con-
sldcrntlon In estimating tho value of a
crop of peas, Is tlio amount winch may
o expected per acre. Tlio pea crop
varies in Its results from ten to twenty,
two bushels. Air. Itaxton estimates n
fair nverago crop at n llttlo over thirty
bushels. Hut wo must remember that
tho land which would yield .thirty
buihcls or peas Would probably not
yield thirty bushels or shelled corn.
Ci.v.ANiNOTitr.llAiu. l'roni tho too
rrcqucut use of oils In tho hair, many
ladies destroy tlio tono nnd coloror their
tresses. Tho Hindoos havo a way or
remedying this. They take a hand basin
filled with cold water, and havo ready
a small nuantltv or nea.fiour. Tho Hair
Is In tho first plnco submitted to tho oy
oration or being washed In cold water,
a handful of tho pen-Hour Is then np
plied to tho head and rubbed into tho
hair ror ten minutes at least, tho servant
adding fresh water at short Intervals,
tintll It becomo a ncrrect lather. Tho
whole head Is then washed qulto clean
with copious supplies or tho nqucous
fluid, combed, nnd nftcrwnrds rubbed
drv bv means of coarso towels. Tho
hard and sort brush is then resorted to,
when tho hair will bo Toundtobo wholly
frco rrom all encumbering oils and oth
er impurities, nnd assunio a glossy soft
ness, equal to tho most ilellcato sine
This process tends to prcscrvo tho tono
and natural color or tho hair, which Is
so frequently destroyed by tho too con
slant uso of caustic cosmetics.
0V Spc OUUfl oU9.
Oooil ninl Untl Apple.
Onodav Robert's father baw ill in play
Insr with some boys who wero rudo nnd
unmannerly. Ho had observed for some
tlmo a cliango for tho worso in his sou,
and now ho knew tho cause. Ho was
very sorry,buthosatd nothing to Robert
at tho time. In tho evening ho brought
from tho garden six beautiful rosy
cheeked apples, put them on a plato,nnd
presented them to Robert. Ho was
much pleased at his father's kindness,
and thanked him. "You must lay them
aside for a row days that they may be
come mellow," fcald tho father. And
Robert cheerfully placed tho plato with
tho npples in ills mother's store-room.
Justns ho was putting them nside.hls
father laid on tho plato a seventh apple,
which wasquitorottcn.and desired him
to allow it to remain there.
"Rut.father," said Robert,"tho rotten
applo will spoil all tho others."
"Do you think so? Wiiy should not
tho fresh apples rather inako tho rotten
ono fresh ?" said his father. And with
these words ho shut tho door of tho
Eight days afterwards ho asked his
son to open tho door and tuko out the
apples. Rut what a sight presented it
seiri Tho six npples, which had been
so round and rosy-checked, wero now
quite rotten, nnd spread a bail smell
through tho room.
"Oh, papa 1" cried ho, "did I not tell
you tlio rotten applo would spoil tho
good ynes ? yet you did not listen to
"My boy," said his father, "havo I
not told you often that tlio company of
bad children will mako you bad, yet
you do not listen to me. Seo In tho con
ditioner the apples that which will hap
pen to you ir you keep company with
Robert did not forget tho lesson. When
anyof his former playfellows asked him
to join in tnoir sports, ho thought of tho
rotten apples and kept lilni-.clf apart
An Oriental Judge.
A certain morcliantleftinhislastwlll
nnd testament seventeen horses to di
vide nmong his thrco sons, according to
tho following proportions, namely
Tho first was to recelvo ono half, tho
second orio third, nnd tho youngC3t a
ninth part of tho whole. But when
they camo to arraugo about tho divlslou
it wus found that to comply with tho
terms of tho will, without sacrificing
ono or moro of tho animals was imposal
ble. Puzzled in tho extreme, tlipj- re
paired to tho "Cadi," who having read
tho will charged that such a difficult
question required time for deliberation
ahd recommended them to return In
two days. When they again mado their
appearance, tho Judge said: "I have
considered carefully your caso aud find
that I can mako sucii u division of tho
seventeen horses among you, as will
glvo each moro than his strict sharo,and
yet not ono of tho animals shall bo In
jured. Aro you content V "Wo aro O
Cadi," was tho reply. "Then bring
forth tho seventeen horses and let them
bo placed In tho court," said tho Cadi.
The animals wero brought in, nnd tho
Cadi ordered tho groom to placo his
own horso with tlicni. IIo then bado
tlio eldest brother count tho horses
"They nroeighteen in numbor,OCadl,'
ho said. "I will now mako tho dlvi
6ion," resr.ondcd tho Cadi. "You, tho
eldest, aro entitled to tho half, then tako
iilno of tho hortes. You, tho second
son, nro to recelvo ono third, InkothcrO'
loro six, whllo to you, tho youngest, be
longs tbo ninth part, namely two. Thus
tho seventeen horses nro dl hied nmong
you. You havo each moro than your
share, nnd I may now tako my Own
steeu back again," "O Cadi, your wis
dom equals that," said tho brothers.
"or our Lord Solicman, Ibn Duood."
How II IVIilppeil II Im.
A lad narrating n strcet-flght In which
ho had been engaged, eald :
"I'll tell you how it was. You see,
Bill and mo went down to tho wharf to
fish ; and I fell In my pocket and found
my knife, and It was gouo ; and I said,
Bill, you ttolo my knife, nnd ho said I
was another; and I said go thero your.
self; and he said it was no such thing ;
and I said ho was u liar, and could whip
him if I was biggcr'n him ; and ho said
he'd rock mo to sleep, mother ; and I
said ho was a bigger ono; and ho said I
never had tho measles ; and I Bald for
him to fork os-er that knife, or I'd
fix him for a tombstono at Laurel Hill :
and ho said my grandmother was no
gentleman ; and I said ho dersen'l tako
it up ; but ho did, you bet ; you nover
well, you nover did; then I got up
again, aud said ho was too much afraid
to do It again ; and ho tried to, but ho
could not; und I grabbed him nnd
tlirowcd him down on tho top or mo
llko several bricks; and I tell you It
beat all and ho did ho; nnd my llttlo
dog got behind Bill and hit him ; aud
Bill kicked at tho dog, and the dog put,
nnd I ran uftur the dog to fetch him
back, and I didn't catch him till I got
clear homo; aud I'll whip him moro
yet. Is my oyo very black?"
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT,
UNITED STATUS OF AMEH10A,
WASHINGTON, 1. ft.
AvruovEii July 23, law,
rAin in vvth.
n 11 A N C II OKI' I OKI
FIRST NATIONAL HANK HUILMNd,
Wliero tlio genem! business of tho Company la
tmusnctal, nnd to which nil general corrcspon
Jenco should bo addressed.
o F f i c K 11 s !
CLAIIENCE H. CLAIlIf. President.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Flnnneo and Executive
HKNIIV D. COOKE. Vlco-rresldcnt.
EMERSON W. FEET, Secretary nnd Actuary,
Tiila Cuinranvoircrs tho followluc advantages:
It Is a National Company, Chartered by special
net of Congress, 1SISS.
It has a pald-np capital of 11,000,000.
It ofl'ers low rntes of premium.
It furulshos larger lnsurnnco than other com
paurfa for tho ame money.
It Is dellnlto aud certain In Its terms.
It Is nhome company In overy locality,
lis nollelcK nro e.temnt from attachment;
Thero nro no unnecessary restrictions In tho
i.v.rv iw pv is non-roriciiauie.
Polices may bo taken hlch pay to tho Insured
their full nniount. nnd return nil tho premiums,
so that tho InsuraiKO costs only tho interest on
tho nununl payments.
No extra rato Is charged lor nsits upon inu
lives of females.
It Insures, not to pay dividends to poiicy-iuim-crs.butntsolow
a cost that dividends will bo
Circular, rnmphlcta nnd full paitlculars given
on application totho Branch OIllco of tho Compa
ny, or to
General Agents for Teunsylvanla nnd (Southern
Tni.'.r. v.. imADLEY. llloomsburg Fa.,
Special Agent for MoutourJfc Columbia Counties
rTNFAILINCl EYE PRESERVERS.
Messrs. LAZARUS & MORRIS, '
OPTICIANS & OCULISTS
IIave,wlth avlew tomccttho Increased demand
Miss A. D. WEBB,
B I. o on s nu it o, PA,,
As their solo Agent for this placo. They havo
taken caro to glvo all needful Instructions, and
have conHdenco In tho ability of their agents to
meet tho requirements of all customers. An op
portunity will bo thus airoidcd to procure, nt all
SPECTACLES UNEQUALLED BY ANY FOR
THEIR STRENGTHENING AND PRESER
Too much cannot bo said an to their SUPERI
ORITY over tho ordinary glasses worn, Thero Is
no oltmmerlnfi. u-avering of the sight, dlzzines. or
other unpleasant sensation, but on tho contrary.
from tho peculiar construction of tho Lenses
they aro toothing anil pleasant, causing a feeling
of relief to the wearer, nnd PRODUCING A
CLEAR nnd DISTINCT VISION, as lothonaiu.
rnl health! tight. They nro tho only Spectnclcs
PRESERVE AS WELL AS ASSIST
THE SIGHT 1
And aro the CHEAPEST becanso thoUEST, al
ways lasting many YEAiia without chango be
Miss A. D. WEBB,
BLOOMsn una pa.,
Is tho ONLY Agent appointed in
JST WE EMPLOY NO PEDDLERS.
E HAVE NO
Farmers nnd Dealers who send their order direct
to us, can avail themselves of the
Aud tave the Commission. Early order will bo
advantageous to buyer.
r ., ALLEN & NEEDLES" '
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
AMM ONIATED FERTILIZE
We ell only No. 1 received direct from the
A splendid Manuro packed In barrel.
Wo also offer for salo Puns Land Pi.astik,
Hviiuaui.io Ckuknt and a full n.iortment or
Oil and Caudle. A DISCOUNT TO DEAL
ERS. ALLEN & NEEDLES,
12 South Delawaro Avcnuo, Phlla-
ESTABLISHED IN 1818.
For sale by
tui: liLooMsnuita iron co..
gNYDER, HARRIS 4 BASSETT,
Manufacturer ana jouoor or
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTOINO,
No. fi25 Market, anrlHt Commerce Btreet,
KT THE BEST,
CODDer Tubular IJcrhtnlmt
tbo beul prtectionacalustUisaiiterbylJghmiuK
ver jnvueuo. iuo HULwcriuer in figeui tor mt
bove luvantlon, and all orders by mail or ta
en on will b promptly atUindetl to.
( Huccossor to A. J. Sloan ) has Just returned
from Now York with a full assortment of
DRY OOODS AND NOTIONS
to which ho Invito tho attention of tho cltUens
of ltloomsbiirRftiid lclnlty. Ill Mock consb.1
In part of the folhm ln lino of goods
spring: and summer drkss
LADIES' HOSE, BLEACH A llUOWN,
GENTS' HALF 1I0SE,BLEACH & 1UIOWN,
LADIES' GLOVES BILK
AND LISLE Til HEAD,
KID GLOVES ALL COLOItS,
HOOP BKIUTH & C0KSET3,
A FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
DOMESTICS OP ALL KINDS,
nnd In fact everything generally kept In n Dry
Goods Store. Call and examine the good' and
satisfy yourselves, high price Is ono of tho
things that havo passed away.
EXCHANGE UUlLDlKa OPPOSITE THE COUnT
HOUSE MAIN STREET IILOOMSIHTIIG I'A.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Tho subscriber has Just returned from tho cities
with another largo nnd select assortment of
SPRING AKD SUMMER GOODS,
purchased In New York and Philadelphia nt tho
lowest figure, nud which he Is determined to sell
ou n moderate terms as can bo procured else
whero In llloomsburg. ills stock comprises
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
of tho choicest styles and latest fashions, together
with n largo ;assortmcnt of Dry Goods and Gro
ceries, consisting of tho following articles :
Boot and Shoes,
Hals and Caps,
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
In short, everything usually kept In country
stores, to which tie invites the attention of tho
publio generally. The highest prlco will bo paid
fur country produce In exchange for goods.
S. n. MILLER & SON,
Arcade Buildings, Bloorasburg, Pa.
PI RE AT REDUCTION IN PRICES
AT TETER ENT'S STORK,
IN LIOIIT STREET,
SPRINO AND SUMMER GOODS.
TIIE subscriber has Just received nnd has ou
hand at his old stand In Light Street, a large and
ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE
purchased nt the lowest figure, and which ho
determined to sell on as moderate term as
bo procured elsewhere In Light Street,
FOB CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ills Btock consist of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
choicest style and latest fashions,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Cottonadcs, Kentucky Jeans.
AC., AO. AC.
Qucensware, Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines,
Drugs, Oils, Paints, Ac
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In short everything usually kept In a conntry
storo. The patronage of his old friend and tho
public generally, Is respectfully solicited.
The highest market prlco paid for country pro
duce. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Nov. 8 1WT.
WM. T. HOPKINS
Has Removed hlsMami factory and Salesrooms to
No. 1115 CHESTNUT. ST. PHILADELPHIA,
v Jivru jus ' uwn luiwiv ui viiuiit7iuii j juvjir?nnm(
especially ntlapted to Klrst-cla&s Whoiesule unit
JiUail Trade, vvll bo fount, to embrace tho most
cxtennlvti assortment hi tho Union, and all the
Jtitcbt aud roost desirable btylea.BbnpeM.Leiigths
and HI ten, '2, 1, yards rouud, of l'laln
and Gored 1'unlerw, 'ulklng Hktris, Itcceptlon
Trails, &c. Actoucther wllU over ninety dlllerenl
varieties ut Wlsseh' and Children's bltlits, all ol
win en ror symmetry oi tiyie, imifeii, jigniness,
elastlciiy, durability and uat Chcajmets, aro un
enualedbv unv other coods in tho market, and
aro warranted In overy rehpoct. HklrU mado to
nrocr. Aivercu aim iiepuireu, iiuiesaj unu
Full lines of iiw Prlcetl Eastern Slado Skirts,
M Cents; 1!0 Hprlngs. Ceuu;'und 4i) Springs, 7j
IXJltSBrrS! COItSKTSU COIWETSM! 57dlf
fcrent styles ami prices,-from 75 Cents to Z7.W,
einbractiitf H. Worlley'JJeekel," Glove Flttlnc,'
Madam Foy's Corset Bklrt Supporters, Wrw.
Moody's l'attent "Self-AiJIUktlnit Abdomlual'
Corsetti. French. Enulih and Domesllu Hand
modtf corseli, and superior French 1'atterns of
imi;u tonfui.-uuruwii juaKe, io wmcii wo iu
vlto especial atteutlon.
Complete assortment of Ladles Under Gar
ments, at very low ri rices.
OKNEUAI AOKNT lorthe UAUTltAM AND
FAN ION FAMILY bKWING MACHINES, bu
perlor to any other before the public Flttytwo
of these No. 1 Machines, X'rico 963 each, are being
Kiviijiuwuy iu uurL'uiuiut;rs,iu urut'rio (jet luem
lutroduced. Every person in want of articles in
our line, should examine our goods before pur
Chaslni! el ho where. Call or solid for ciro ulnru. nt
our Manufactory and Hal esrooms, No. lU-irhest-
liuvt.,l UUUUeipillU, t, i, ilUi'JVlINB,
Ol'tNl.vu or NEW SILIvS,
Oi-ENiNuor NEW SHAWLS,
Ol'ENIKU OK NEW CHINTZES,
Oi'EMmo oir NEW l"OPLINS,
Pullktoclt of STAPLE and FANCY
EYIIE A LANDELL,
l ounui aku aucii binurru,
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
HOLKSALE TOUACCO, SN UFK, AND
No. 119 North Third Street,
between Cherry and Ilace, went tide,
WAIITMAN & ENOELMAN,
TOUACCO, SNUFF SEGAH
KO, S13 OBTU THIRD &TR1KT,
Second Door below Wood,
J. W. WABTMAM P. EJCQKUIAH
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
VTOItTlIKRN' CENTRAL RAIL-
On nnd nfter Iy loth' 1N, Tinlns will
lcavo NoiiTiiUJinitiiLAND n follow s I
425 A. M .. Dally to Wllllnmsport, (except Sunday)
forElmlra.CnnandalKun, Rochester, Bullalo,
Suspension Bridge, nnd I. Fall.
tt0 v. ., Dally, (oxcept Sundays) for Klmlrft and
lIullafiMlii lirlo llallwny from Klinlrn.
U0 .., Dally, (except Sundays) for Wllllahis-
1Ut''. TIIAIN3 SOUTHWAUD.
2..V, A.M. Dally (oxcept Monday') for Baltimore.
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
DM P.M. Dally (cxeopt Sunday's) for Daltlmoro
Washington and Pulladel;hla Y0UNj
General Passenger Agent.
Btllia HA. LAO A I)
On nnd ftjrNov301h, ISO, Passenger Trains will
run as iouowbi
p.m. a. m
, 0 ,4i 10.50
rVmnefttlnn mniln ntSrrnnlon b? tho 10.SO n.m..
trnliittirfirpfltiteml. lilnaliamtoii. Albany am
an pomi norm, j-a mm est, .
DHILADELPIIIA AND ERIE
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
TllltOUOIt AND DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN mi LA'
iiu.vniA, haltimobk, uahiusbuhu, wil-
LIAMSl'OBT, AND TUB
GREAT OIL REGION OF PENNSYLVANIA.
ELEGANT SLEEPING CMlS
On nil Night Trains.
On nnd after Monday.
Anr. 2(!lh 1SC3. th
Ttnltis on tho Philadelphia A
,&Erlo Rail ltoiulnlll
run us luiiuwBi
MAIL TRAIN leave Philadelphia 10.4, p.m.
, ,11.1,1. V.tKflMII.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves PlilladelphliL....11.60 m.
1 " nrr. ntKrlo In.no u.m.
EL.MIRA MAIL leaves l'lilladelphln 8.00 a.m.
" " nrr. ntlxicklluveu ,7.15 p.m.
MAIL TRAIN lenvea Erie 11.15 n.n.J
Kortli'd 2.00 a.m.
' " nrr.ntl'hllndelnhlu 'AMn.ni.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie 0.2o p.mi
" " nrr.ntl'hllndelphla I.l.lp.in.
Matt nnd Exnress roiinectit Willi fill frffl: nno
Allegheny River Rail Road. Baggage checked
A. Ij. Tilsit,
General Superlntendeut, Wllllnmsport,
"1ATAWISSA RAILROAD On and
J after MONDAY, Km. 23, ltut, Passeuger
trains ou the Catnw lwa Railroud will run nt uio
loiiowing namcu nours:
Arr, O.lQp. m.
Dep. 5,41 "
" 5.12 "
" 4.10 "
" 3..M "
" 3.:i5 "
" 2.28 "
" 1.60 "
" 1.10 "
" 1.20 "
' 1.10 '
" 10.10 n.m.
Dep. 7.50 n,m
K. Mahouy June.
Dhic. 'J'amaqun. Dine.
. I To Now Yorll via. Read-
lmr or Mauch Chunk.
From New York via. t
iiluucn ciiuulc. I
NoClinngool curs between Willianisiwrt nnd
I'hiladeliinla. GEO. WEUli buy'u
oUMJlElt Anu.VNQU.MENT, Apr. 20th, lbO'J.
Great Trunlc Lino rrom Iho North luHlNortli
WestIorPhll.idcliliia,New York, Ueautng.Potla
vllle, Tumaquu, Afclilaud, bhamoltlu Jjubauou
Allentowu, Euston, Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster,
Trains lcavo Harrlshurc for New York, fnl
low: At i,3j, S.iW nnd 8,lo n. m., 12,'tT noon nnd
2.U0 !.lU,iup.m.,eonnecttnK with bluiilnr trains on
tho Pa. Jlallroud, and arriving ntNewYorlr nt
u,io. n.m., tx n. in., & ii,ou u,4j ce v,w 11. m,
and ii.uo n.m resncctlvel v. slcenlni. chi-h nmnm.
jiauy UioJ,53 n. m.,S.2Un.m. and lu.Mp.m.trulus
Leave Hariikliun; for I!cadInr.PotUvIlIo- Tn.
IUUnllU. MlliersVllle. Aslllund. blmlnnlcln Pinn
Urove, Allentowu & Phlla'd. at 8,h a.m., & 2,W) &
4,10 p.m., htopplug at LeUnnun und prlncipa'l way
blatlons; tho l.iopm.tralua mauing connections lor
Phtladeiphlaaiid Columblaonly. For Pottsvlllo
Schuylkill Iluvcn nud Aubuin, via Schuylkill
nud isustiuetutuua ltnllroad, leave Ilnrrlbburg nt
D.ao p.m. Ueturulug: Leuvu New York at U.lfJ
u.m. nud li'.uu iu., und D,uj and 8,00 p.m. Philadel
phia ut tt.15 u. in, and p. m. Sleeping cars
accompany the u.uo n. m., audfl,u5 nmia.uop.m.,
trains uoiu N.Y. without chauge. Way l'nsseiiger
Train leaves Philadelphia at 7,30 n.m., connecting
B1U1U.I b.t.tUUU Ut.t I ik, IBUIUUU lUlUrillUtj
rrom IteaUlug ut ti,uu p.m stopping at all stations:
leave PoUsVlllout7.:UM.J5a.m..nnu:' -tfn.m.hhnmn.
klnut 5,an. m.,Abhlaudat 7,wa,mnud 12,'JU noon
-lamaqua ui, u. iu.,uuu .v p.m., lor Phlla
delnhla. nnd New York.
Leavo 1'oltsvlllo lor llarrlsbure. via Rehuvlklli
nnd Susiiuehanua Hallroadat7,iMn.ui.undll,j
n. m.. lor PineUrovo nnd Tremnut.
Heading Accommodation Tram leaves Heading
at7,'JUa.m.,ieturnlug Hum Philadelphia nt o,l3
Potlslown Accommodation TralmlenvpfiPntta.
town ut (1,25 u.iu. returning, leaves Philadelphia
nt i,W p.m.
Columbia Ilailroad Tralus lrnvo Heading nt
,,w ......, j'.u.. .v. uuitw,'
ier. vu.uuiuiu ivc.
Perkloineu itnll Iload Trains leave Porklomen
juucuuun. e,vvu.ui,luuu u.w p. m. rtetumlmf
Leave Bklppaek at s. 15 a.m., nnd l.uo p.m.. con
nectluir with similar trains ou Uenriln" ltr,nrn.
On buudws, leave New York nt 8,W p.m., Phil
adelphia 8,00 n.m. nnd8,13p.m., tho 8,w n.m. train
rimulng only to Keadlngj Pottsvlllo KW a.m.;
Ilarrlsbuig o,20 a.m. nnd 4,10 nndlo.U p.m.. and
Heading nt 12 63 M.nnd 2, nud 7,15a.m.for Harris
burg, nud 1,51 u.m und 7,05 n.m. lor New Y'ork,
at IU0 n.iu.nnd 4,25 p.m. for Philadelphia.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, Kenool nnd Ex
cursion tleltcts to aud irom all points, at leduced
Daggngo checked through j 100 pounds allowed to
O. A. NICOLLS,
Itoadlng, Ta., Apr. 20. lsip.
DELAAVARE, LACKAWANNA, &
WESTERN ItAILUOAD.-Hummer arrange
ment, Apr.5,lMJ, Trains lcavo as follows:
V1.1 M. & E. DlviS.A.M
Arl Now York. ILv
hoot llarclai 8.50
...C'hrlstophcr St.... 8.30
... Newark- 0.03
via cen. 1111. or N.J
(foot Liberia AO
, .uxioiu ,
..I oiks ......
-Fat lory vllle .....
...New illllunl. ......
At New irnmpton.wlth Central n. It. of New
Jersey, lor New York.Elliabtlh.Pialnlleld.soiner
vllle, Kaston, ic.
At Wuslilugtoii, with Morris A Essex R. R for
town, Easlon, &o.
At Manunkii Chunk, with llelvldero Delawaro
At Seranlon, with Lackawanna 4 Illoomshurg
R.R., forPilt.ton,yoiiilug, Kingston, Wilkes
Isirre.linnyi He, Nort1iumberlnud1de,.i!lko, with
Delawaro i Hudson It. lt..Ior OlVnhuut Arch,
bald, and Carboudnle. ' "'JP'iaut, Arcu-
AtUreat iienil wlthtoloRallway, forninghnm.
tu, Ulnira, liullulo. llhaeu., Syracuse, and
" Na S'rlv - l'-,nALl.UTlUD,;hlipt.
It. A. HENRY, Oeu, Puss, und TUt. Agent.
$2000 A YEAn-
With little labor, something entirely new for
nil those out of employment, nstoulshlug results
hiard from, every day slmo discovered t5 to tio
per day made by every ono who has yet taken
hold at the business, opui to all, no capital re
quired. All those, having any fear or being huin
buged will oblige mo by not noticing this! all
plhers address mo without delay. For partial,
hirs please enclose stamp for circular. Address
Nov?CT0Mm!, JJloomfle''l totry Co., Pa!
OTIOE OP DISSOLUTION,
The co-partnership heretofore exlstlnc between
T. 11. ( ole & U.W'.Cole iu llenton ViSK ro.pi
as Millers and Dealers In grain Hour etc.; ex.
plred.by inulual consent ou the 5lli ot April lS5.
I ho biulness will ba continued nt tho inlll l5
the undersigned, who will settle ull ouuiandlui
account oi His late llrni. uiuuiut
Anr 0 nut THOS, 11. COLE.
Apr.n,C3-4t Denton Pa.
A LL KINDS OP JOB PRINTING
I ratlOffllcfcat, rt TuCo1' CMBIAM-Steara
I- M I'.M.
'J 40 3.1)3
0 Ul 11.00
0 15 12,10
0 30 2A0
7 15 12.S0
7 00 1.00
5 :w n.r.
5 3.1 11.20
5 23 11.02
5 11 10.17
4 2tS D.60
3 5 0.22
3 41 tl.Ul
3 25 K.45
l'.M 3 15 H35
(1.35 2 00 0.(5
U. Iu 1'JI 7.38
6 30 7.14
Thn unrtcrslmod would respectfully announce
to tho publio that he ho opened n
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STORE,
In the building lately occupied by ncrnnrd mob
ncr, whero hols prepared to furnish nil kinds oi
PLAIN A FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN A DOM1MT10 FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS, 40., AC., AC.
iir wnoiiKSALE on kktaii.
m aimrt. n full assortment of all good In
his lino of business. A great variety oi
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
sultabloforlho Holiday. Particular attention
BREAD AND CAKES,
of nil kind, fresh every day.
A call 1 solicited, nnd satisfaction will bo
NOT. 22, 1807. ECKUAKT J AUU1IB.
EM OVAL OF
O. 0. MAlir.'S
to snirn's blook,
ON THE CORNER OF MARKET AND IROK STREETS,
The undersigned having rocelvcd from tho city
a foil nnd complcto supply ol
SPRINO AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
TIN-WARE AND HARD-WARE,
CEDAR AXD VILLOW-WAlti:,
II A 1 8 AND SHOES,
FLOUR, SALT, FISH, AND MEAT,
all of which I proposo selling at a Very low figure
for cash or produce.
3- Call nnd seo.
April 12, 1807. O. C. MAHR.
AND WINTER GOODS,
AND WINTER flnniw
FALL AND WINTER OOODU
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IIATS AND CAPS.
11ATS AND CAPS.
HATS AND GAPS
IIATS AND CAIN
HATS AND CAPdl
ROOTS AND SHOES
ROOTS AND SHOES
HOOTS AND SHOES!
HOOTS AND SHOES
HOOPS AND shoes!
RE A I ) Y-M A I ) E CLOTH I NO.
LOOK I NG-G LASSICs!
paints and oils,
paints and oils
paints and oils
pain'is and oils
1'AltUS AND OILS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS, '
GRAIN AND SEEDS '
GRAIN AND SEEDS
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND .SEEDS
Northwest Comer nt Malt, ntl.l Mnrlret ntronto
Northwest corner or Main aud Market Streets!
Northwest corner or Main nnd Maiket Streets,
Northwest eOriier Of Mntn .ml tnrlrot
Northwest eo ruer of Malu and Market Streets,
1IIO.V AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS
IRON AND NAILS
In largo quantities and nt reduced rates, alway
piIIOKERINa & SONS,
J Manufacturers of ,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT TJANOS
Received tho First Grand Gold Medal, nnd still
higher lecoiuiieiise, , ,
THE CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR
at tlio i - '
UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION, PARIS, 1807,
TTicsb wero tho highest awards of the liposl
tlon, nnd tho house of ciiickeiiinci & Sons was
the only one so honored.
In Iho Uuiled stntes wo havo been awarded
Sixty-nine Firuvr I'iieuiujis In direct comiw
tltlon with the leading manufacturers of the
country, ind atthu Great Exhlhltlouln Loudon
wo received tbo highest nwuid given to any
luanufactuicrs I n the United Statis. Total Bev-onty-ono
First Premiums, and Iho most flatter
lux testimonials Irom tbo leading ui tints of the
NO. 11 EAST FOURTEENTH ST., NEW YOR1T,
Uctween Ilroudway and Fifth Avenue.
Feb. 5,'ti0.-3mu. '
Tlio nndersigned begs leave to lntorm her
?pe!lediu ' " l'm" scuttll'' ,ual "'
of goods in tho lino of a block
MILLINERY (111(1 TRIMMINGS
In connection with Dress Making; and latere,
paicdlnaddltlou.to , riff
on thoslinitest notlce.and'ln tho' best style of
tho ntt. Prices cheap nud work satlsiactory,
L...t SUeet. October 4. m.1' B KUNE-
with LIPPINCOIT 4 TROTTER,
No. 21 North Water SUeet,
and No. so North Delaware Avcnui
Lnte Walter Konb,
Importer and Doaler In
CHINA, GLASS, ANjj QUKKNBWAKB,
No. m Market Street.
JOHN STROUP & CO.,
Bucctssora to Btroup Jt llrother,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH,
No, 21 North Wharves, and 5 Nertu Wter K
IRON, TINWARE, &0.
llloomsburg, uoinmu v...-.,,
. i... nmnririnr of the nbovo-l amed
exten!ve'cstabl!shment,H now prepared to re
celve order for all kinds of
MACHINERY FOR COLLIERIES, BLAST
FURNACES, STATIONARY ENGINES,
MILLS, THRESHING MACHINES, AO
... t r,no,i In mako Stove of nil bit.c
and pattern, now-Iron, nnd everything usually
II extensive facilities npd prat!cal workmen
warrant bta In receiving tho largest contract on
tl)0 most rea6nablo term
Grain of all kinds will bo taken In exchange for
Castm6- , . .., ,.k..
This establishment is iotitu m.
wanna and Bloomsburg tlailrood I DjIJ
l l'ii-l 'Ji-"" '
STOVES AND T.UN Y Ait..
A. M. RUPERT
announces' lo his friend and customer that
continues tbo nbovo business at his old placo on
MAIN STIlEEi. iiuAuuuu..
Customers can bo accomodated with
of all kinds, Sloveplres, Tinwnro, nnd every va
riety of article found In a Slove ami i inwuro
ini.iuiimeni in thocltles. and on the most reason.
nble terms. Repairing douonttho shortest notice.
25 DOZEN MILK-PANS
on hand for sale.
TEW STOVE AND TUN suur.
on bain btreet, NEAntv oitositk jhli-xr'
The undcrsluucd has Just nttcd up nnd opened
STOVE AND TIN HUUP,
Inth space, where no is prnnrau
new Tin Wa v.e or nil kinds In his line, and do
rerairiiVg with neatness nnd dispatch, upon the
, ! . .".nnfiiiin mrms. Ho a so keeps on baud
STOVES OF VARIOUS FATTEllKHttOl ikm,
which he will sell upon terms to suit purchasers.
Olvo lilnincall. lie Is n good mechanic, and
deserving oi me puuno l","uu"jA(jo METZ.
Dloomslmig, April 20, 1807.
EOIIGE II. ROBERTS,
Iiopoitcr and Dealer In
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, 40.,
Nn. 311 NorlhThlrd Street, above Vine,
Jacoh K. Smith.
J. R. SKI.TZKll
g MIT II &
Importers nnd Dealers In Foreign nnd Domcstlo
II A R D W A R E,
GUNS, CUTLERY', AC,
KO. 109 K. THIItD STnCBT, AIl.CAI.LOWIIILI,,
Nov. 22, C7-tf.
TEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
Main Btreet ono door nbovo E. MciulenhaU'K
a lurtTG nsRortmont or Kiovcs. Jicaiers anu
Ranges constantly on hand, nud lor fcnlo nt Iho 1
Tinning Inall IU branches carerutiynUemku to,
nnd Kfttifnollnn minrnntefid.
Tin woric oi ou it in us wuoicsaio anu reinu. a
trial Is rrfinestcu.
rpHE NEW HARDWARE STORE.
Jiaviug cninrgcu our rjioro j&oom nuu jusi
OPENED A NEW SUPPLY,
I directly from tho Mnnnfacturers, purchased for
cash, on a declining market, w e nru picpmucd to
offer tho samo to
FARMERS, MECHANICS, UUILDERS,
nnd the rest of Mankind, a general stock, com
prising nu too kiuus nuu qualities usually kept
Inacltvllard Ware Store, suitable to tho wants
oi tne couuiy, at uuusuauy low prices.
iivii luosowuoarouesiriousoi purcuasing goons
in our lino can save Mouey by looking In at the
New Hardware Store.
l'leao give us a call and cxamlno our stock &c.
Apr. 23.C0-Iyr llloomsburg, Tn.
gllARPLESS & IIARMAN,
EAOI.E rOUKDHY AMD MAKUFACTLTIKa HIOI",
STOVES & PLOWS WHOLESALE A RETAIL
THE CELEBRATED MONTROSE ICON 11EAM AND
tiie urrros woodek beam tlows.
Castlncs and Fire llrlclc for rennlrliuFpllvhlnvMi.
All kinds or Brass or Iron caslluginnde to order
upon short notice.
ij. r. aiiAiu-LU-s a i; s. n arman,
-MACHINE SHOP AND AGRICULTURAL
TbO Underfiiirtied (lfhrtR tn Inform Itle Yl.,l
and tho public generally, that ho has rebuilt and
enlarged his I ouudry and MnchluoShop, nud re
moved all his business H orn Light street to tho
iibuvo namod place, whero In connection with
.iisiouuury no -wiii continue lo inauulacture
Wheeler's Railway Chain Horso-Pnwer nnd
ihresher, (Improved), Camell's l'uteut,
THRESHER AND CLEANER.
either overshot for Tread-Power or undershot
with Lever-Power. Ho also lusuufactures to
older and llts up all kinds ol
Circular Haw Mandrels, Patent Slides for Saw
M ils, tho latest improved Iron Ream 1'iows of
illileieut kinds Wooden Ream Plows. Double
Loru Plows, nud Plow Points of c cry descrip
tion fciuerally used throughout tlio county.
IRON KETTLES, BELLS
Cellar Grates, Stoves.Sled nnd Sleigh Soles, nnd
rouuJrv. 'IhosH wlshlti,. T.ri.i,i.n xtnt.i..nr.
would uo well to cxamlno his machines, and the
improvcm(uts mado ou the power, by which at
leust 20 per cent, of the friction Is taken oir.
ALL MACHINES ARE WARRANTED
to give good satisfaction, and terms mado to suit
I'K.ii.uamB. ju uinus ci ecuuiry nrodueo taken
in e.CllllllL't. tnr 1'lf.vi'u oit,l f...l.,..i
Thankful tu his friends and patrons for past
favors ho would still continue to sollolttho same.
. A.,.nmi, 1 JI.l.l.Y.11 BUJIUlLiat.
Apr.O.CO-tr oraugovillo Pa.
W. SAMPLE & CO.,
MACHINISTS &, ENGINEERS,
MAIN ST., & L. 4 R. R. R., HLOOMSBURO, PA.
Aro rrepared to furnish nil kluds ,of Machine
woik, such as
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Couplings, Mill-gear
lug. Saw mandrils, etc., Guage cocks, Pet cotks.
Steam pipe, together with all kinds of st'eoSi fit
tings constantly on hand. "v.
Threshing Machines and Horse Powers made
""""' AiiKinusor Agrleultura Machincr
T.KH1GH VALLEY AGRICULTU-
iwiu wuiijijuAlj WORKS.
A couccntrated manuro comblulug the reliable
fertllistlngpropertlesof BONE DUST or GROUND
BONE, wllh the active elements of PERUVIAN
GUANO, AMMONIACAL MATTER, AND
SUPER PHOSPHATE OP LIME.
NOTICE Wo nrcitnro lint thn niii-
Kuuiaulceliig It us standard, rellnbia mi i!
-i.T u.r (SF1"" andariatloiis In quality lo
dl lerint Tdcasor prlus aiu geueriilly tVo
d by dlilerenv piorortlous of adulturatVon
hirer's ruto Ijv
, A. J. Ai.HKiiTSON, Rohrshurg, Pa.
j.j. RoiiiiH a i d. iu,w i.r.'.r. ,..
mua 4,VUlUWlSSai a.
Q.EORGE POELKER & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
WOODEN & WILLOW WARE, YARNS,
Oll-Clolhs, Wicks, Twincs.'Baskcts, etc, etc.
2,nJ Market St. 230 Church St., iwiada
g L A T E R O O P I N 0,
MOST PAVORABLE RATICS,
JOHN THOMAS, AND CASPER J, THOMAS,
Mr Ayr. Bmokmiwo, Pa.
IUJNATH-rt.lY ItJIilbliEllio i,
kind of Dvspepslni I Uio most
t or. iiiin:in !. mo u luiieu lo fUPB
Iclno yet discovered for the cure or n,
Dyspepsia, i.ivor Lxiaipiaini. Iir,
dlscaeof the Throat, C'hett iuui"
intUlU tUllluu.ui 1UUWI HI1U lllfl..
wllleonvineontiy ono who gives ii.!'
BohuylklU Haven. Pa. ;,iY
JJ R. TAYLOR'S
A mild nnd ngreenblo Tonic Htlmi..
nemo HUU lUlillUllllVO
Extracted entirely from Hcrhi and nw
ly ocueuciui iu
nnd Los3 0f Appotltc;
and nn cxecllentCorrcctlvoforiienm,.
from Disorders' of tho Ilowel". Pi.Hbi-
epot, No. 413 Market Street, Phim,
J. IC. TAYLOR & CO.
Fm Pfislnrinn Crnv
Ir. Mnlnl-nl Xlilnlllir nJ 1
IS IIU1UIUI 11UIIIV U1IU I
'a nt once nr
hair 11 soon
tn tli nriffii
tcitlt the III
J. Inn lmir u
ened, falling Iiair rlicrkcil, m.
UU3S UIIUI1, ihuiiii nu. .muni,
DV US use. iuuiiuir can res
liair wlicro tlLp follicles mo (V.
or tho rrl.miU iilrophicj ncj i
But such ns remain cnu be 11
usefulness by this Hpplicntion.
of fouling tho lmir with n la
ment, it will keen it clean unit
Its occasional uso will pi-cuntl
from turning nray or falling 1
consequently prevent balclnes.'.
from those' deleterious puhstanct
mako somo preparations tlangct
iniurioti3 to Uio lmir, the i:
only benefit but not harm it. ll
merely for a
tr A T-D TVDTT'OCTIP
UUllUUJ viae t;uil uu luumi cuw
Containincr neither oil nor die,
long on Iho hair, giving it a rid
Justro and n gratejul pcrtninc.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer I
PrurmfAT. avti Am a t vrrr" i r. Ct
v - - JL,
Uicywcre palnfally flfllictlnff, Imtr ken
fined in 6utli great miniben in utmost (
tlon of tho country, th.it tho public Karcifc
ba Id formed ol' ita virtues or mc-i,
Scrofulous jioison is ono of t lie most it
enemies of our race. Often, this nnt-etou
tenant of tbo organism uiuleiniiiiLSlIicj.
mid in itcs the attack of euteet iHn or t u-
ithout excitinp a f uspicion of its i cm'u
it neenis to bi eed infection tin oushoi.t t!
then, on somo lavornblo occuslon,inJ'
into one or other of it i hiilpnns f iriti. c -J
mrfaco or uuionfr tlieilniM. In ihcliiir
cies may do EUUiIculy tlcpoflteil m iw 1
heart, or tumors formed In the liter, or
Its mestneo bvcruntionH on iho hUii.orf
f ional life of a bottlQ or this tSitfH'irtV
Uable, even when nn nctl c i mi'loir
npnear. I'erfions nnjicted w Ith the (Win
ithdots Kencrally liml imiiiedlatiJ nid
JjA: St. AulhmiuU f-'f. tlinirlrf
SnVtl IHftl I'..... .....1 MW
vUlble lotms of Sc. vfutuuH ditea!'. A
It Fit ft IWw-.,.-- ft.' W..il fh
lar rtllti limnm it-J.u...
I'HiHiiiuui , riiercm iiiiii Jit rnn i -
are cureu oyu.thonph a loufftiincw r'
Iho coiniilaint. I.
Ulcerations, nud ltmtU lHettf,r
lllOniV fiOOt) irliciiil ii ml nil iimh f fUni
iMiritvtnnr nml lin.Irrn,..iti ..nu-t 'Xhntlk
w t-nt.il umv uiu iuuuu iu uui .---
licd cralii. Jtheumutlain and ('0Ml
Complaint', Tovphhtu, Von ant ton Ml'
fis they oiUn do, from the rnnklinjt 'oU
Mover for tho&tronirth nnd Afiror of tne.
..w imiuiii ur M-fai'M. or ii ii v ui n-.
feytnntomntlo nr nvif.-MB. find
icner and convincing evidence of lt r
Practical and Analytical Cht
Kill Tl 11V It T TnnnMn liirl'rtTIl
ff EN DlanBHOTT'S
iuis rowder Is lelievod to bo nuperio'
KririlAniilll. . . 4 nf
. vutto i UlTUtr 111 UU. IV
linn flDrl Inn.l.ll.. . a 1. II.. ti II
uv lJ UIO blUUlUL'll. 1"
fcmooth aud Klossv.
Cmys, fatteu aud ijlve twenty iwr ce
.vm uU Irce jfOJU BUiU
ifiujier, anu all pen diseases.
Wholesale and lletall Deiwt,
Ul'l'UrllXiC AHKItl II A SI 1V
TyAlNWRIQHT A CO,,
vuiucr occonu anu Arcu
UtUl 13. IAJp I'll. rT Ml II I A It. JUV"
BICE, Bl-IOEH, Jll OAUB BODA. C"t
" twelve prompt
undersigned liaylna boeu M
IlouUli Ulld I'uiiL'ranf llr. ILAIT. WtllfcOl'l
Ing aocouuu. .
fl Tho rcitati :
I vrv ccllcut UlCllllIU
JKol i iaitmvpillrom-
r7 Cy v niariclloiH. I
yy fl cases ol ctut
( fl case, wlicio the
II i4i Fccnied Fatnrs
SM ri corrui(luii, bi