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A GBI CULTURAL.
WOUKINQ CATTLE VS. HORSES.
Thopatiencor.e.ekncss, and uncomplain
ing toil of ttio working oxen ought, al
though it does not always, to endear him
to his master, and ensurs for him kind
ungo and protection. The writer has a
viid recollection of thosuccessivo yokes of
oxen, which during the years of his child
hood (tip tho alloy of tho Gcnnossce,)
Were owned and worked by his father.
Tho country at that timo was comparative
ly new and much of it of courso covered
with a dense growth of wood and timber.
Theic cattle had about as distinct and
marked foiituro and character, as differ
ent men j hut all of them wcro similar in
one thing, and that was doing to tho best
of their ability tho labor required of them.
Amid logs and stumps, on bido hills and
m swnmpi, over rough roads and throng;
bridgeless streams, we havo seen them
plod, where horses could not, or would
not go. Some of their drivers were kind,
others harsh and cruel. One in partial
lar is remembered, who was eternally
wieiding thr w!.;p, and seemed never to
bs happy uti'.t.a belaboring his team.
Hj was a good tuiuistor insomo respects,
and took good care of his cattle, but this
detect id his management spoiled all.
Working oxen, although far more pa
tionc and enduring under ill treatment
than the horse, yet are themselves suscep
tible to the influences of kindness, and
respond quito as readily to the encourag
ing efforti of the driver, as to tho lash.
One yoke of beautiful red cattle is now
recollected which scarcely knew what it
was to bc beaten, and were so well trained
t.i to lie driven tide by side around a
field, hawed and good, and backed with
out so much as a tow string to confine them
together. These cattle were subsequently
sold at auction, in order to settle up an
estate, and their admirable training run
them up full twen'y-five dollars above the
Oxen are much better in many respects
for working than horses some of which
advantages may bo summed up as follows.
They cost much loss in the first instance,
and are thoreforo more within the reacli
of men of moderate means. They are j
less liable to disease, and if an accident
occurs v.hich disables them from labor
they may bo converted into food. If a
horso should happen to break his leg, a
bullet might as well be put through his
head at onco, for ho is worthless ever af
ter : hut if tlm sama accident occum to an
t... y.f.r, l.n nnm.-Wfl.l Immaillnlv li.i,, 1
v., ..,w.kv t
leet, provided lie is su&cieDUy in flesh ;
or if thi3 is not the case the wound can
generally be so far cured as to enable the
animal afterwards to fatten.
rpt. . "ii i r j j r
coarser kind than the horse, and needs '
less attention in order to thrive. Hi will !
work in localities impossible for the horse, 1
and go forward patiently with labors i
which would chafo the other into utter
No man who has etcr witnessed the two
kinds ot xmuials at work around a saw
mill yard, for initanje, can fail to luvo
been struck with this difference iu their '
character. Hitch a Bpau of horses to a
lo whicli 18 too licavy for them to Start at cpt in a country Btore. Giva hlra a call bfore purcbas
c . . . . , Ing elsewhere.
once, ami iu nine catcs out ol ten a.ter
one or two efforts they will either- break
their harness, or sjiliuter a whiffletree, or
balk, and refuse to draw at all. Now try
it with a yoke of well broken oxen, and
they will lay out their utmost strength
with the same gentleness and good will
for the twentieth time as they did the
There arc a great variety of duties to be
performed upon the farm, where horses
are of superior advantage ; and there are 1
othorsin whichrorkiug oxen are altogether
preferable. Where the business ii suffi
etent for the employment of both, it is
advantageous to combine them; but where
a farmer can own but a binglo team, es
pecially in a liew country, oxen are
usually much the best.
In this fast age, working oxen are too
much iznorcd, Uy our tamers, ana tlieir tiJ.i-ouimerciai Antnnielicana l,ectnret.
. & , . i :u:' .,. ..'Hoard 8 weeks $20, Stationary S7, Tu
value as laborious and willing tervanti ii ... .... Cc.
too much overlooked. Wool Orowrr and
To Settle Coffee. Brown tho coffee in
the usual manner, and when nearly cool,if1;iAfJ;u0;'ihjP'iipi i on
break an egg upon it, and stir it well, to f.",!:'e'J Bo' reeeiTed-at hail 0,1,
to ' ' I or Circulars. Hp clinens and Etnbeliisl
havo cacb Kernel coatea. tuo conee
should not bo wartn enough to cook the
egg. Use one egg to a pound of coffee ;
let it dry well bofore grinding. When
boiled for use, it will settle without further
Pork Apple Pie. Line a deep plate
with pie crust, pare and slice apples
enough to nearly lill it, sweeten and spice
r. , l t.
to tasto. uui suces 01 mw. jjui vuiji iuiu ,
laytthem over the apple, and cover with
tie top crust. Bake two hours, piather
greasy to dige.t well.
Cbap Bpongs Cake. -One cup wliite
augar, two iabUpoonfnH Vmtter, one cup
gffftt mills, one teaepoonful cream tartar,
half leaiipcnfu. soda, a littre t.g, ,,, a
pint of tour, oBe egg, and nutswrg t0
NEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Jirrim eoRxaii or v
Haiti ami Iron Mrccls,
ttfeO OsM.SSttS.Ct, 3? A,.
fro you want BILKS I 00 to BROWER'S.
i llloyou wunlLAVr.tLACLOTIlt Go to BROWER'S.
1)0 you want CHAI.LI DELAINES t Ro to BROWER'S.
, fro you wan, TAtlLE COVERS! Go to BROWER'S.
Do you ant CLOTH DUSTERS t Oo to BROWER'S.
Do you nan! SKELETON SKIRTS t Oo to GROWER'S.
Do ou want DR. CUTTER'S
j BlURT-gUiT-ENDERS 1
Do)ou want MUSLINS I
Do ) ou v ant CALICOES I
Do you want LAWN I
Go to BROWER'S
Go to BROWER'S.
Oo to BROWER'S.
Go to BROWER'S.
Go to BROWER'S.
Go to BROWER'S.
Do yuu ant UAREOES I
Do you wauUIE BE0E8 I
Do )nu wanl HOSIERY I
Do you nam CLOVES I
Do )ou wan! HANDKERCHIEFS t
I)., rim want OARrETBATtHELS ? Go to BROWER'S.
I)o..u wtiu BTELLA 8 HAW LB Goto GROWER'S.
Uo you want MOIlMR MITTS T Go to BROWER'S.
h you want SILK GIRDLES ? Go to BROWER'S.
Do you want GAUNTLETS f On to BROWER'S
Do you want CROTCHET BRAIDS ' Go to BROWER'S.
Do you ant TIDV COTTON ?
Go to IHtOWER'S
Do jroU ant FA LM F " NR I
Do you Hant SUN SHADES I
Do yun v. ant UMBRELLAS I
Do yuu nam CASS1MERES 1
Do you nant PERSIAN PLAlDt
Do you vi am LINEN CHECKS 1
Do you want PERCALES I
Do you waat JEAN'S I
Do you want NANKEENS!
Do you tvanlGlNGUAMB'f
Do you want DUCAL t
Do you want CURTAIN MUSLIN!
Do you want COL'D RAMBRIC4 !
Do you want WHITE GOODS 1
Do you want DENIMS I
Do you want SILESIA !
Do you want DRILLINGS I
Do you want TI IKINOSt
Do ynu want CHE 'KS 1
Do you want LADIES' S IOES!
Do you want LADIES' GAITERS!
Go to liROWER'B.
Go to BROWER'S.
Go to BnOlVER'8
Go to BROWER'S.
Go to BROWER'S
Go to BROWER'S'
Go to BROWER'S.
Oo to RROWEU'S.
Go to nftOVVER'S.
Go to BROWER'S.
Co to BROWER'S
Go to BROWER'S
Go to tlROWER S.
Go to BROWER'S
Go to BROWER'S.
Go to BROWER'S.
Do you want FRESH GROCERIES ! Go to BROWER'S
Do you want QUEENS WARE I
Co to BROWER'S
Go to I.ROWER'8
O. to BROWER'S.
Co to BROWER'S.
Go to GROWER'S.
Do you want GLASSWARE!
Do you want DRUGS !
Do you w ant TURE SPI'!ES !
Do you want CHEAP GOODS I
Bloom.burg. May 19. 13f0.
( adawlssa, nilllAiiisjinrt & Krie (t. R.
i,jJJ Dlrttt Railroad con
irrS?!!iloii btlntx Ala- I
HQ gfcatfJaagttto bet
eara Failt end I'kilaiitphta. thttrttfl
Chravttt Routt from lltl'ern A l'r to Pkiladelnkta.
Jarrtiburft Ptutonrj Baltmet, li'askngtoa city, and tkt
Thu different Train, on thlf Road oara Ruoert ai fnl.
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH.
PlilladelDhla l N. V. EiDre.i.
0,00 a. m.
10,33 a. m.
11,20 r. M.
TRAINS MOVING NORTH.
1J.50 r. x.
3.40 p. M.
11. 'JO P.M.
MhES BKTH'EEX RVPERT b TnilADH.LPIUA.
Rupert to Philada., (I 40 I Rupert to Milton, S TO
ao jiarriBDure;. juu ao wiiuamtport. i 4U
do P. Clinton, B 10 f do Elmira, 3 03
do Tamaqua, I SO do Niacrl Fallt, 7 SO
Atl na..eni?er. are reane.te.l to nrnrnro Tirkta trnrn
enlerinjt the can. baggage checked through to Thila
delphia and Elmira.
11. A. tUNUA, Sup't.
Juno 0, ltf.0. I
OHEAP b'LDUK GOODS!
REVIVAL IX OHAXO EVILLKIt
riMIE undersigned would respectfully inform hla oaattv
J men and tb nubtic in euncral. lliat ha baa luut r.
ccivad his a lock cf select and fashionable
NBW SPRING & SUMMBR GOODS.
at hla old atand In Orangevill', Columbia CO., whera ha
will alnaya be hapny to no tiia friende and cuitomera
and accommodate their w ants in the line of Mercbandixa.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, of every variety, atyle
anJ patern unattrpa.aod for beauty and cheapnvia -are
to b. found lierj in great abundance.
aE.VrLEJUE.YS H E.1R,
Our .tock la of the mOht approved kind, and a. they
were purcnaacd on lair teruia, tney win be .oiu atalow
r0"u'r "Vd, r.'niSe
cw cuxtomerd are invited to
call and examine for themaeliea.
, Country t roduce taken at the highest market prlco.
, Orangevill-;. May 5. l?C0-3m.
A oIlfl.rpiCSS olOFCa
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
1'ItE undersigned, having taken charge of the Ntw
Store formerly kent bv Josrnh ShamlcBS. ha take
this method of informing hia numerotia customers that
I bj haa just returned from th city with a larga assort
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
' which lie oflers for sale at his
i Clicni) Cash Store,
' Main Street, Bloomsburs, at the ery lo est llvlnj
cf.?H W"M ni ,fa"rabiy Mth
country produce takei
ninrkpl 7 nrii.tai Ila tSna
Country oroduce taken in eicbanae for eooda at lha
market 'prices, lie has on hand ecrthlne coiuuionl
L. T. BlIARPLESfl.
Dloomsburg, April Si, 160.
NEW GOODS ! EUr GOODS 1 1
MEND EN II ALL' S STOLE
rpIIE undersigned haa Juat received from the cay, an
X other full assortment of
SPUING & SUMMER GOODS,
comorlsine the u.ual varietv of
MVa-LlXi, CALICOES. DRESS OOODS. TICKI.aS,
.iiAo.-nitr ooods, orocmues, hard-
WAKE, UUEEJtoirAME. RFJIDY-MADS
CLOTIUXa, CEDAR IflLLUlf
WARE, IiaTS A.YD CAPS,
IkO.V A.YD .ViM,
I keep at all times, on hand, a large supply of
Seduce.' ' ""' "" R!"1, e"h" C"'
Cheapest! Best!! Largest!:!
'ses for Tuition in Sinsle Knlrv ilook.Kernl n?. Wrl.
ttivn 835. entire expenses S62.
Usual time from C to 10 weeks. Every Student, uoon
t railualleg.l. guarntced eouipetcnt to manage the
and ou.IIH.rf l r .
u'vft. winy uu.mef.
Siuden:. enter at any tln-e No vacation Revlevat
First Pienfiuiu.for Best Business Willi for 1830. '
received at fittsl.urg, Phlladi Ipbia and Ohio State
the union for
1d Vlu r,f
t ie Colleie, lorlose flv letter stamps to
F W. JENKINS, fimiu.tl,. Pa.
laouary I, IfcO. (April il IfSt.)
BARGAINS I BARGAINS I.
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of I l.h
Street ind yuin.ty hi. they have Just received .,
new and eat.nsire as.ortmeni cr' ' leniveu
new and eitenslve assort ment of
DRY GPODS AND GROCBRIE8.
irbieh thev will Bell cheao for eaih. Thev Iuva lar
and general variety; all that it commonly four.d in a
t'ountrv fitore. and ar determined in sell r hffln. TnUm
f tclftcnon of their goodi they bare paid strict attention j
therefore, their merchandize will bear recommendation
and will prove to be ortne fimt dais.
Tha proprietor! cordially solicit a liberal share of pat
ronage, Cutomers would do well to call aud exam ins
tuetf geoera) variety before purcbailn; eliwbere.
Country produce taken In exchange fur goods at the
klfhoit market price.
MARTZ & ENT.
IJght Street. Oftober 22, 1839.
C. C. SADLER & CO.,
Commission Merchants and dealers in
PISH. CHEESE & PROVISIONS.
No. lqa Arch St., 3nd door above Front.
August?,, Ii53-y, rjILADILTHIA.
nioomsburi, May 5, 18CO-3m
Git 15 AT AUKIVAL
Light Street Store.
Great;, Brotlter j-all hands on active duly
WE Would inform our Iricnds and
cuitora.r., that wa hart Just received n un.
i.aiij iara a.sqriine ni 01
Sl'MNG rV SUMMER G00D3.
Wfclch ve offer at loner rates, for ready pay, tlan any
ever before opened bera and will be told "cheaper than
ai cnrapeii, '
I We aliall not attempt to enumerate the varloua aulclei
they are intmon and thslr naiflals legion as our spa
i-iuui pioie iiumiia, inciuujiig me wuiiir nun vnrrei, nre
filled to overflow Ing. There arc to ba found tlu Anat
fabrlrkj, 1n the country at astonishing low figure 4 La
dies wear hi great tarlctles, at 23 per cent, low er than
ever b-'fjre oiidred.
CLOTHS, MUBLtyS, GROCERIES, HATS, CAl'S,
fiioots, Shoes etc,.
at tba aam rate. In abort, almost evcrythlig In the
mercantile line from a needle to an anchor.
q:-uurrrteiida win do wen to can before they disk
W. CREASY, fc CO.
Light Blrttt. April tj, IW,
TRUNKS I TRUNKS II
ry HE largeat, beat handsom
.1 cat and cheapest nstort
ment of Hole Leather soli A
Riveted Traveling TrunkH.
LnJtes Eon net 4 brat Trunk
Children's Coarlps, Prop!
lira Ijfathjr and Carpet Unga
Tacking Trunks kc kc. a
i i i mind i -fin n mi I'rirn MPiifti iinnrtivoii nmi anrintr
wlit arid leather Trunk ma nu factory. No. 4trJ Market
utrtHi, Bouth wet rurnvr Fourth and Market, Phllad'a.
Auitimt P W-tf,
Lackawanna & i!looiiislurf,r, R, u.
WAMD MTCR MJir 3Uf, 16fO.
TtiA Mjf MTs2uw3 THE tralni will pu Bloonif
CS JKsSSiSwM r "ntlon ai folio !
Mall Train, B,M r. M.
Expreea Frtileht, ?,tS a. a.
Mall Train, f.lS a. m.
Eiprccs Freifht, 6,35 p. M.
Th4 Mail Train ennncct. with the Northern Central,
at Northumberland, eoine South and North.
M. W. JACKSON, fvp'i.
W. IM.tlbitv.VlAiN v,
In Cremona style, teitk patent tailpieces
MILITARY DRUMS of alt sizes on a new rlan,
rAttCHMENT, VELLUM. CALF, AND BHEEF WIRE
btrfrtgs, Organs, Mcloucons ,ti usual
No. S3?, (old No. 1511) North Gtecond Street.
All kinds ol Musical Merehandiie constantly on hand.
All kinds of Musical Instrumvnls tuned and reparied.
M'rh 10, lr00-6ni.
Wholesale and Retail
HAT J- CAP STORE
rpnE undersigned respcitfully informs the ritizenso
X Bloomsburg, and ttul'ublit in gemral, that ba baa
NEW II T STORE,
In the white Frame Storu flouic. on Main Strct. nnr
ly oppotitu th'j ExihaKge buildings, where ho haijml re
ceiveua Kpicuiuuaskwriiuvui 01
OlfY HATS ,,ND CAPS,
Direct from the lvlanuf.trtorica. of alt klnda.
, w llolC'
aorta ana aizes, latest i- aimons, wmrn lie oncre,
aaie and man, at very nw pn ea. mho,
Including all the modern aiylra and fjahionn.
O" Th.-ai Goods, will ba aold at very bnv prices, for
. B. A NEW A I jT.
Dloomaburg, April 1-1, 1K0.
STEAM ENGINES AND KOTLERS.
riHE subscriber now prepared with new Machinery,
a m uuim Fiiuiunnry tiigiiitfl, irom iu iuu uoree puw
crupon thj latret imprnved plans, and will build to
orJer double or aingte purtabU cnginea from 10 to 40
I horse pernor, Hipgotl upon enrriapea with Uoiter gearing
and Tumpa all rompbti! and nady for action. Alno a
cjlinder tine and tubular bnilir cist Iron coal breakers,
patented In 18J0, for tlir-'shiug (;raiii nud crarkiup corn
' and now inu leon a Urgu ncal j tor breaking coal, if envy
t mining Pumps and (Uj tuzines njcd compl.'te with
I double acting forcing pumps, nil Mnlg of mill glaring
and house custlns; uiaiUi tj order. lin. shafting with
any uesireu eitea ot puiuj" ntiii-iuu uitn nangtrK.'
Iron planing done, eav 'J4 f .t I mc all klndf of Iron
turtimg n.-avy pren onu oilier
scrb'UK turnetl with anv
desired pitch of thread.
Tiie beat Itouli Iron threshing Machinf-p, that ever
come be fort) the public, cast Iron and wuoden machinea
tuadtito ordfr, I.eer power, ch tin or trjad power nude
to order. Also takea or Jcrs for the follow ing tuichin ry:
Harrison! lutt pit.-nt grim mill, 31 000 oirr.'d by tho
Patentee for ita eiual. It w ill grind in tooJ line iio-al
23 buahelii in ono hour. Alao bolts and i-L'tntura all in
order, aUo Haggle's Patent Hlower, manufactured b) "0.
I). Harris it Co., thj moct powerful Blower now in ust
with the least amount of power, ono of which will be
put in use at the Foundry for exhibition. AH of the
above will bi warranted to be wh it they aro aold fur.
ALso-'Puke orders for Hcott'a I'.itent itlackstnitli Ktri
kr, and rights to use thein in the counties of Coluixbia,
Montour, Northumberland, Lycoming, HuHivau and
Cliuton, one of whicli can be seen at my shun,
Dloomsburg, Columbia ro.. March USo".
U. S. TrustCompany.
Corner of Tnird and Chcs'nut S s , Phil t
LARGE and smalt sums received and paid back on
demand without notice, with Five per ccvt Ivter-
! "S 'if"' Ho?rJrfi!.pu uni'ii s' oiiJiek'"?!?
1 on Movov Kvriiio. from 7 until U ocloek.
rr.'sidenl fll,rlll. K. CRAW I OltlJ,
Tr'asurer 1'lii.y Twit.
Teller Jamtt R. llunttr.
Henjatnin W. Tingley,
I'aul B. Goodard, M. 1).
Thomas T. Lea,
March 'JO, l?M-ly.
jAlex'er C Hart, 31, D ,
William M. Go J win,
111. Franklin Jackson,
SALAMANDER BATES, RE
MOVED to U Cktttnut Street,
above third Philadelphia, have ou
hand a large assortment of Tire
fr Thief proof 1-alaiiian.ler ttafee.
AIko, iron doors, for banks and
stores, iron shuttf rs iron sash, all
S makes of locks eiual to any made
in tho United States.
Fitt Safe in one fin. All fame out right; vilk ton.
tents in good eonditton.
Tht Balamander riafes of Philadelphia against the
EVANS & WATNON,
ha had the aurefet demoktration in tho following cer
tincate that their inauufacturo of c,ilamandt'r Safes haa
at length fully warranted thu representations which have
been ina Je of them as rendering an undoubted security
against the terniic tk-mcnt.
fhltadelphia April 1. 1H56.
Messrs, Evans $ Wat son; Gciillf men It arturda ua
the highest antiafactiuu to state to yuu, that owing to
the very nrotfctivu qunhtiea oftwo uf tho Salamander,
Safe which we purchased of yuu amno rte month since
we aaved a large portion of jewelry, and all nur books,
&c., exposed to tho ialaminoug,fir in Uanatead place on
the morning ofth-j llih iiikt..
When we reflect thut these aafa wf-ro located in the
fourth acory of th building wn o cujni'd ami that tln-y
fell subsequently ittto a heao of bur mm? ruiim. wIil-ih Hut
vast cf'iici titration of th lieut cauned tho brass plates to
im: it. V9 cannot but regard tliupriservation of their al
uable contents us most convincing proof of the arrat ee
cuntv afforded hv
VI- ilitl o. l ." . .., - . I.. 1 .1 .
.';.;r". .'"""' reeomiuenuius mem 10
, wi... u. uuaiut-ni. ... u .uru nuauro naaiiisi lire.
ot.uiuii; v. HIJlltlOXH It IIKO., Jeicellen
C7They hate since purchased six large Safes.
Angus! SO, 1S59.
THE Q1RARD LIFE 1.YSURA.YCE. AJV.YVlTr AXD
TRUST CO.VPA.Yr OF PHILADELPHIA.
orru a. ho. 40a ctiesTNr r strelt.
t'AI'ITAl. (paid up.) $100 ooo.
C'ONTINUnto make INSUliANCKS ON LIVES on
' the most reasonable terms.
The capital being paid up and invested, together with
a largo and constantly increasing reserved fund, offers
a perfect security to the Insured.
fhe premiumn. must be paid yearly half yearly, or
The C'oniDanv add a BONUS nerinitteailv tn th !,,....
ranee, of life. Tlio WltMT BONUS appropriated in lie.
I ceniber. 181). the SECOND BONUS in December, lel'l
I ,"! '41-the SECOND BONUS in December, lel'l,
' WAX'i ?Dr,Bl,NUhS in HSf mUl'' im-ai ,lw FOURTH
1IONU8 In December, 1WJ.
UVthese additions are made without requiring any
increase in the premium, to be paid tu thu Cnnmnnv.
The following are a few caaiuple. from the Kegister.
Amount of Tolicy and
Bum Donu. or bonus to be increased
Policy Insured additian by future additions.
No. 9 giSOO i7 SO J,3e7 so
' 13J 3000 1050 00 4,050 00
" 199 ltXM) too 00 1,400 00
" 333 MOO 175 00 6,873 00
etc ecc, I ace, I ace.
lrUll!'"X'a."'1a;1',''.'!' "!c! no 'Plation,
fonn. of application,
found at tho alTice.
a,.o laiuu-r luiorioauon can oe
TIIO.MAB MDOEWAY, rmUtnt.
Jao. F, Jastes, Actuary.
,, .... '-EVI L. TATE, Jim.
F. C. IliRaison, tUamtng Pkyiman,
QHEETING, Muilla I I w(d. for 12) per yard for'sal.
- by IIARTMAV'S.
QUrEItlOlt Golden Svrup Molasaca,
1,00a OUT! GOOD NKUS FOtt ALU
rpHE ncverft.Ilng MRS. VANnORN, Is tl best, f ho
JL tuccectlii w hen oil cthrri bftvc fud. All who arc
tn trouble Ml who Imvo been unfartunats.-all whose
fund hopes have been iliannpDlntetl crushed and blasted
by (also pro, nines and .loco it, -all w ho liuve been dccelv
ed and trifled with, nil fly to her fur advice and tails
faction, all w ho are In dunfats of tho affections of those
lUey love, conault her to relievo and satisfy their mlnda.
I IX LOVE AFFAIRS SUE XF.VF.R FAILS!
She has tlio secret of winning the affections of the 6p.
poping am. It la thia fact which Induces Illiterate pre
tendcra to try to I m its to her, and to copy her advertise
mentt. Sho ilie allows you tho
LIKEXESS OF YOUR FUTURE WIFE OR I1USIJAXD,
Or absent frlin J, Sha guide the dingle to a happy tnar.
tinge, and makes tho tnarrled happy, Her aid and ad
vice hai been solicited hi innumerable instances, and thu
result haa al trays been the means of a tcurlng
A SPEEDY AXD ItAI'PY MARRIAGE I
Sho li therefore a aurc dependence. t?ho haa been the
mean of bringing many hundred hearts and hands to
t get her. Thousands cf broken hearta have been healed
and made happy by h r.
, It la well known tu tho public at Urge that ahe was
' the flrit and ahd in tha tmlv norinn wlia cnn ihnw ih
likeneaa In reality, and who can give entire aatlafaction
on all the concent i uf Ilf.N which can be tested and prov
ed by tliodsandu, both married and ingle, who daily
and eazerly visit her at
No. 1UH0 liomhnrt) Street, Philadelphia,
All Interviews are strictly private and confidential.
U'MLTt EMMIXlVJC, GOOD LUCK
AND If ArrlNESS are within the reacli of all. She is
the living wonder of the enlightened ngej all who ton
nult her arc ustonlxhed at the truthfulncii of her lufor
inatioii and prediuione. ALL thoso who had bad luck
consulted tier, tncir bail ten tnem, end they are now for
. tunatc, ricii. eminent and happy. To ALL in busineaa
her advice ia invaluable. Shi ran frctl withtlieprfnt.
i est certainty, the result of all commercial and hunincsa
' transition a. If you f llnw her advice, you will
IMPRUl'F, YOUR CIRCUMSTAXCF.S
mm ncci.-eu in an your iiuucrm Rings. 'iJinsa who nave
. b"i fortunate' mid unaucccisful in life, and In busim-As
i U.K.- Him Han; nuiM-u iniiu uiiu muii'u agamffi
advernity and mirurttinc the grenter part of their liven
In nd fuund the more they tri$dv.jr't forward in the
world, tho morp ttiiiiKs things went nginst tlieml All
tasia have consulted her for the last twenty ycara. Alt
thoso who wisely followed her mUire ar now
ntittr if a tin ,t rrrvitn t trrr i
j In all her undertakings; while those blinded by prcju
borinz against adversity and poverty. If you value jnu
hnppinr-sa, ou will consult h r yourself, und be success
ful and hnppy also.
aii inicrviews are strictly private and confidential.
Come onu I come all I to
NO. 1336 I.U.MUARD STREET,
bctwrpn Juniper anil Broad, Philadelphia.
March Hi. l".M-ly.
'I'HIel celebrated Washing Soap, Is now in market for
J more than a year, and that It hai riven universal
satisfaction, is evident from til fort. Hint tha M.nnr.h
Hirers of it In order to supply tho demand, have been
uuugeu increase ineir enpaenv to matte equal to One
Hundred Thovsand Poundn ner MWfr. It u dprl.leHK. ln
brtt and cheapen Soap ever made in this Country; One
Pound of il tettl go ai far, for any vie as Three of the
CVminon Soap in general use. It is made upoi. a new
principle, of fhe materials, and knonn only to Vai
IIaaocs & McKioil. I does nwnv entirely with the
navhboard-save tha necrssity of Coiling the clothes, it
does not shrink Flannels, REMOVES UKCAHE. INK
p't PAINT SPOTS perfectly and from the most ilelicalo
rabnc, saves full) one. half the lime and labor usually
spent to th j wash ins. It is warranted free from .H.JO
DA. or other mfuries alkalies, and ffiinr.t.,l i,m m .n
or injure the clothes.
lanhaaRr-ii V il.'cltrnnc's.
fljnerlor Orlpnl.nl Trtllnl rii.n.t.1 nil., ni.
itieiiiiu uronii anil., n well as IIAV1D TrlAIS &..'o.
Adamantine Candles at loncst market prices.
For Hale by all respectable Rrocers, and Wholesale by
.. J. TIIAIN k McKEON'C,
No. CS and SI South Wharves, riuusumti.
Tliero being several Imitation brands of Detersive
Boaji in matki t, tho public are notitiid thu none arc
genuine except Van Haaoih i MiKiikk Is stamped
upon each D.ir of the rioap, as will as the Boies.
'1'UIS WAY t'HKAl' hUYKIttS.
Hl.OOMSmlliC cheap cash ior'. aeain r'pleniilwd
with a fresh stock of LPRixn minus u
now prepared to oir.r to the public u ery Imndsome lot
of Spring and Suiumer (ioods at usual low iirices, for
HliADY PAY tiiNLY,
Come nlong with your cash and prndure.
Mil nh ni. lHffj.
RACE STREET, AROVS THIRD,
J im.nry 1. leltl.
RAYMOND S 1'A I UN T
SliWI i ii .11 A!II I K !
I-hlCE f,10 BACH.
Ml'.riSBS. ZUI'I'INULll 4. KOUlllXa.or Illoomsliurg.
haling piirliusad the ci,I,isizj risht tf the abme
valuable linraotbo LiibAr l'Aiir tfiuiso .Maimim:, fr
thecumit) of Columbia, will be happy to suppl their
frlt'tidi with the aril. Ie for the tieioii.modalion of Hum
selves and families. The follow ing aro some of the m.
perior advaiiuges thia impUment lius.enses over anv
evir ) .t ollVred to the publiV, Via.-
I. It sews troiii Juu to lou stitrlies per minute, thus
sa ing both time mid labor in the operation,
!i. Its toiifctru'tioit ii so plain nn4 simple, w itll an,
thing lic fair usage, it is easy kept in ordir and will
give entire bjtistattioii.
3. Iloubla-tlircnd ala. hines.nre always dilliralt toman
ege, and very unhandy in threading, but this Jlai hiue is
easier threaded than even a loiiiuion iieedl,-.
4. One of the most valuable features of this .Vtaihiin',
is the smnllliess and the lompa. tuess of its mechanism.
5. It cuu bo att.uhed to u board, table or stand, in up'
eratmg order, and iletaihed in less than half a minute.
li. It greatly economizes tlu thread, and jet, produces
a seam, authi iently strong for any work-for wln.li It is
destined, a qualilicntioii not known to ether sewing Ma
chines. 7. No human hand i, capable in producing a gam so
regular and s) steniali' .
S. Among the array of Patent Sewing Slarhlnea, therj
ara none so cheap and durable us ltAt HOsn'sI'ATLsnbut
no .Machine is aunpiert to all kinds of work nsexpeiiini e
a. The operator can shape his scam, lust as he pleases,
waica, liaiea and flowers, etc., ran bo represented or
It). It is particularly adapted to all kinds of stitrbmg
such as gentlemen's shirts, bosoms, riatbands, collars,
etc and oil kinds of Ladies' sewing, intluding silks
lawns, ill-lames,, nlnoes, eccoxreptingforiueu'i hearr
wear, this .Machine is rather too light of construction
II. Hut all the loregoiug advantages, though real ia
themselvos, dwindle lutu insignificance, wheiiromiiared
with tho prcscrialion of health, being a saving of both
abor and ey.ighi, and I -ai es the operator w ti limit ,tuu,,.
ing, an 1 is enabled to perforin his work, otcui.) ing a na
tural position. w
ZJ For sale by the undersigned, at their rcspcrtivc
residences, lis lllooiii.burg, who will put the inarliine in
operation and givo all nvcessar) instru.tion
, l'ANIKL W. KOBUlNi.
Ploamsburg, May It. IrCO.
In tke Montgomtry Buildings, Aferla Danvills,
OHV. of the most convenient and estensive establish
ments in the Stuto' ch irges sulBcicnlly high to en
able the work to be warranted.
KTTV'one but the best materials are used.
Invalids and dee'd persons taken at th'ir residence..
Instructions given in Uaguerreotvpa and Ambroope
process on reasonable terms.
Montgomery buildings upon the third door.
All piled up nicely, above M. u. Crier's Drug Slere.
Arrive at our rooms, I'll remove every doubt,
for the pictures we'll make y.u.vv ith boldne.s stan
I)ecembr 17, S 3' B" C0X'
1860. Notions. 1860.
JOHN M. SHELDON,
ol Jerse Town, Columbia Co.
No 39, North Third St. I'hiladelphia,
lMrOKTCRa tc. JOBDLItS, or
Fancy Gtods, f-c.
With a large and complete aisoilmenl af all mod. ln
for which we Invite loeauenlion oftoun
ebruery S5 18C0.Cai.
I r"UnI.VSTA.YT RELIEF, na
I PERJIIAXF.VT CURE of this die-
trcing comnlalnt uso
Iad t-y C. B. SEV.MOUa A. CO. 107 Nissao .Tatix. v
l'riee. 1 per bot! sent frie by post. T
"r-IIE largest and most complete a.sortmenl
I or Agricultural and Horticultural liiini.
nicnts ever offered in I'hiladelphia. (rubra-
.I.U..J .iiii-iviuWlUB, HOI 10 03 loirod
.mnu.i, iu.uc ui iq
e best material, and
t aimers are invited te call and examine ibe .ortment.
I . . .... t FA5CIIAL1 MORRIS,
PhlT d Tb" Warcbou.. 7tb od Marltet street,
aiarcn iv. leo-j.
TJKADY.MADE CLOTHING can bo
ftSfh ' the cben -jyU T.
NO. 31 NORTH BBtWND trmKET,
One boot above tlirlst CkurcN
A R:netal Aix.nmcnt of VOTTAUH rURXITVRK, in.
lluJini CAMT STOOLS, &c ....
My ia. ltW-Kin.
JmrmD states hotel.
GKNDltAL STAflB OFFICE.
IIKNUY WKI.DY & SON,
tJ-r.isseneerin the rhlladelphia Mall Train mine
Soutn.and Elmira Mall Tinin mlnit Norlh.
nUtR ol lAi PalKil ilalu Mill 'Vtnijaa Pa,
Maicu U. IK.19 -12m.
.IRE REDUCED FROM il 50 TO SI Si PKR DAT
States Union i)otcl?
000 k 008 MAltKRT STHKKT
, W. 1'OWEIt, ProptUtor.
Terms! $1 25 per day.
May . 1P60 1 Jin.
131(12 (ilUM VKNliTIAN liLtNUx
J. a. BRirrox a- co..
Manufacturers. Whole in Ie and KUait Dealers,
ISO. 44 North SccniD Btrcrt,
uboe Market ritrect,
The largest, ch en pent and bcrt assortment f l'lain
and Fancy ULINI) and Bhades of any cstabliihmrnt In
the United States.
Store and UufT Shades made to order and put up.
Wc study to plonne.
The Pcr.si.Ki Fever Charm.
FOR the pruvcntlor. oa t cure of Ferer and Agxtt and
Jithous Feters. ThtuwiuirfiilrtMriedy waslr'Migltt
to the knowledge of tin present rrrprlclors by a friend
Uo has been a great traveler In I'crsia end the Holy
Wmlc coins down the river r.uphratcs.he experienced
a serere attack of Feer and Aruc. On diicoiring his
condition, one of the llontmcn took from his pi-rtun an
Amulet, saying, "Hear this and no Fertr trill touch you."
Although incredulous as tu iu virtues ; hi complied, and
ciuvricnced tmnuMliutr relief, and has since alvsnyrt
luuii.i ii un 1'iu'ciuui pruiecnun iioiubii luaiarinug cm
plaints. Un further investigation ho found that (he boat man at
tnbut ditto miraculous powers, and said that it cnulJ
only be obtained from the Triusts of the Sun. Some time
After a HrdH, the gentlen.an in conversing wilha I'ricet
obtained friiiu him tlu fcrJt of its preparation, and as
certained wh'ro tlu iiit'dicinul hfibs ueru found, uf
Hhichit was compounded. The wonderful irtucsof
this article have induced a full MM in Hi.) minds of
the native in the miraculous healing powers of their
Uinco hid return tu America, it has b-'C tried u ith tin)
happiest elH-'ct by several Lad ins und (Jenttvinen of hijli
character, who have given it the most un'iuiilidcd praie.
Tliij remedy having bem a ttueciflc in Persia for hund
reds of ycurs, for tlu prevention and cure of 1'rvor and
Agu an I Uillous Fevers is now uir.'rod t the Ameri
It vvill bt! sent by mnil, prepfild, with fell dirtctians ft
us.-, ou receipt ol one dolUr.
Principal D -pot and Manufactory, US Main St., Itich
uiond, Va. ItrHiich UiHcd, Itank of Oouunrrc-t ituildinir.
New York. Addr ss B
JOHN WILCOCX A. CO.
KUEAMEirS NEW STOltE.
NEW FIKM, NEW HDJItlJ.
n m w e o o m 0 v
at ji.nsh.rivirx, Columbia cot.ytv, pa.
WE havejuit r.eived from Philadelphia, a l.iree aad
splendid assortment ef F.lXJV URLSi and 47W
PLF. HOOD, suitable forth!, market, which We intend
to sell at the lowest living pri. e.
" Lome onr mi'l Come nil!"
If you do not wish to our- base, mine and .tamlnn o.
Goods and see our list of prices. U'e shall take great
pleasure in showing our Roods, at all lluws. to every
person-rl-h or poor-who will f.ivor us with a mil.
Now is Hi; time to vet splendid bargain., for we will nut
be UNI)i:ilit)I.U by any establishment In th ! i osntry.
Sinn I profits aud ipii k snle.." I. our motto. We ba
llet e in the old roriMin, that, -the nimbi j slx-pclo-c is
better than the slow shillini; ;" tlurefiri we will el
change our floods for Itead) I'ru.aii.t pay the highest ,
maract iirire for all kinds of Pre-luce, Luiitbcr, Fhln-'t-'s,
Ice. Flee per rent, on the II. liar deducted for Ta.b,
small smile of one dollir and upwards, h.'ing cpinl to lu
P'r i cut, per annum. I'.ur di-almt, and no lie. told for
the sake of selling goods at this Ilium .
-'. & IV. KltriAMEK.
Jerscwtovvn. May 12, II ro.
Nv$, 21 ij -.South Siali stoctt ntar
tha .State H use
IKV floors of tl ii specimii b'lilfSir.jr, facted exprciirly
f-ir tlu prnj.rU trs t a Ie, ar stur-d iih steda and
i-npl. incuts tTinttrckt to firnwrs and gar.lencrs.
Hiitiv Vars L-jTAHLifiuu. -The mib rnhers ilfiiro to
call, tho an nt iu, of r-wry on- int. r in farm in"
an I tardc linj; to their well s Lct:d sto.k of Acricultu
Warranted Garden ar.d Flower Audi Grass and Field
Srrds, cf the most rclab'.t qiahty.
The Acrtcutttir.il Jn.pl. mi'iit sold by un are mostly
nianufactiir -d at o ir it-am vvfirlt", lrf att Pa.
Iluvins f.tfd up unr i-ctabliiihin'Ut ithiut rcpard to
expense, with th.' inott cnmpUt. marhi-nery fur the
UMUutJcluriJ of urious kinds of .isrkulhirnl iinpii'iiients
we are now prepared to supply all nrtid sin thirf line
full) euat, if not superi-ir, luanvthingof the kiudoer
bitur otf-rod to thi public
Landr.th's wurrnut-d (i.-irden HotIt havo been before
tint ptihlir for upward. of lt juirn , tlu-ir nidi tpread
popularit. and Ihu inr rpasintrdeniivud frwni yar toytar,
ore th best cLidencei of thir nupciiority over all
Cuuntr nierrhantucan b? supplied with seeds in pa
pt-rit, or in b ilk. on the timet lib ral truts,.
Ulooniidnk', near Hrllid, Pa., ourjiardrn Heed grounds,
contains threv hundred aad -venti' acre, aud is the
largest tnt.-.blishiiirnt of it hind in thi wurld.
1). LANUIEKni ti. PON,
Xos. Ml X- 3.1 &juth fiiith Mtrrrt, Philadelphia,
uJT" Landrctirs Uurnl Hc(ist'ir and Almanac for I860,
containing a Farm, Garden and Cr.-en Hourte Calandar
for every month in tho year, can bo had pratts.unmi per
son.il or pot paid application.
January til, IHirfl ,
AGKU'ULTll II AI. WAttKUOUSK.
AI.AIK1L'. nssnrtment of tit hest f rtilizcnt in K-i
the mark ft, at ri'duced pnc.is.f''r cnli, con-vpi
istiny of No, l Peruvian and t'ulumbian Uuano'i ft
Superphosphate of Umc from tli.i bust inaniifac
turcrt,, Potash, I'liosphato, a new article fur frnit trees
1'oudrittc, Planter &cM at wholcsilu and retail,
Implement and Reed Store, comer of Uli and Market
Mardi 12. ly.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Court Ally, formerly occupied by Charles R,
Plonmsburg. Pec. 4. W.O.
rriin unilf signed is also extensively enlaced in tha
Aa Y""'l"e Business, and kctscon,talitlj' on hand
ana ror sale at his Uarcrnom,, a larco assortment of
By hich ho is enabled to nil order, on presentatlnn.
times be ready 10 attend Funcrcl..
. . , mjlu.N c. BIIIVE.
Moomiliuig, January SI, I?59.
a cininni) n
THE subscriber bat just retained from the city with
another larea and select anuintit nr '
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
SIMtINd fi SUMMER GOODS,
purcha.edln r-biladelphiaat theowe st 5ur.. and ihlcb
ha is detcrralnod to .ell oa as moderate terra, as can ba
procured elsev. hem In Uloomsburg. Ilia stock coniiati
LADIES' DUESS GOODS.
Choices! style, and litest hsblon.
Dry Oaois, anuru,,ll,rduart,Quttnsioar,.C.lar War,
Holloa H'ers, Iron, XaUs, Boots and tlac
Hats and Caps, tec, it.
la ihort avenlniril usually kep! In cormrr ttor.it.
which he Irwite. tha public teuerally 1
C7- Th. Ui(he.t Prloa paid for coantrr trodUM I
iotb,rr. Arm ti. wujb.
Ii la ft fttct tti&t. at notno period, (Tcry mem
txr of (ho human f&mlljr la lubjcct to discwu
I cr diittubanoa of tha bodily fanclloba) but,
I with the tii of a gooi tonlo and tha excrciso
of plain common icnat, they may bo obis to to
re gu lata tho ejatera u to aocuro permanent
health. In order to accomplish thli desired
object, the true course to purtue ia certainly
that which tvlU produoe ft natural itato of
things at the least hatard of vital strength and
life. For this purposo, Dr. Hostetter has In
I troduced to this country a preparation boarlng
his name, which is not a new medicine, but one
that has been tried for years, glvlne satisfac
tion to nil who hftTO used It. Tho Hitters
operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels,
and liver, restoring them to a healthy and
vigorous action, and thus, by tho simple pro
cess of strengthening nature, enable the pys
tem to triumph over disease.
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau
sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appetlto, or any Bilious
Complaints, arising from a morbid inaction
of tho Stomach or Dowels, producing Cramps,
Dyscntory, Colic, Cholera Morbus, tic, these
Bitters have no equal.
Diarrhoea, dysoulcry or flux, bo generally con
tracted by new settlers, and caused principally
by the chango of water and diet, will be speedily
regulated by a brief uso of this preparation.
Dyspepsia, a discaso which is probably mora
prevalent, In all its various forms, than any
other, and tho causo of which may nlways
bo attributed to derangements of tho dlgestivo
organs, can bo cured witheut fail by using
HOSTETTEU'S STOMACH B1TTEB.S, as por
directions on tho bottle- For this disease every
physician will recommend Bitters of some kind ;
then why not use nn article known to be infal
lible ? All nations have their Bitters, as ft pre
ventive of discaso and strcngthener of tho sys
tem in general; and among them all tliero is
not to bo found a more healthy pottplo than
tho Germans, from whom this preparation cmS
natcd, based upon scientific experiments which
have tended to 1'rovo tho valuo of this great
preparation in the scalo of medical science.
Fkveb and Aoue This trying and provok
ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on
tho body of man, reducing him to a mcro sha
dow in a short timo, and rendering him phy
sically and mentally useless, can be driven
from the body by tho uso of HOSTETTEU'S
RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, none of the
above-stated diseases can bo contracted, even
in exposed situations, If the Hitters' arc used
ns per directions. And as they neither create
nausea nor offend tho palate, and render un
necessary any change of diet or interruption
of ordinary pursuits, but promote sound sleep
and healthy digestion, tho complaint is re
moved as speedily as is consistent with tho pro
duction of a thorough and permanent cure.
For Pertons in Advanced Yean, who aro
suffering from an enfeebled constitution and
infirm body, theso Bitters aro invaluable ns a
restorative of strength and vigor, and need
only bo tried to bo appreciated. And to a
mother while nursing theso Bitters arc indis
pensable, espccialiy where the mother's nour
ishment is inadequate to tho demands of tho
child, consequently her strength must yield,
and hero it is where a good tonlo, such ns
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, is needed to impart
temporary strength and vigor to tho system.
Ladies should by all means try this remedy
for all cases of debility, and, before so doing,
should ask their physician, who, if he Is
acquainted with tho virtue of the Bitters, will
recommend their uso in all cases of weakness.
CAUTION. We caution tho pullie against using
any of tho many Imitations or counterfeits, but oak
for HOSTETTEU'S ClLEBRATED BTOMACn EiTTEnS,
and aoe that each bottle has the words "Dr. J.
Hostatter's Stomach Bittore" blown on tho fide
of the bottle, and .tamped on the tneutflic cap
covering the cork, and obaonre that our autogruph
signature is en the label.
3- Prepared and sold by HOSTETTER &
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa, and sold by all
drngeists, rrocora, and dealers generally
throughout the United States, Canada, South
Amorica, and Cennony,
r-..l.l ) J. It. Miiy.r. I.. I l.ntz, llloninshur; : A Mil.
ler.Ar.Co. neruieh; H. K. Itncharil, Kspytimn: M. C.
finer. Jos. I.-rl. A. 8. Haa'i, & IV., Itainille.
October 1. 1.15't-K'm.
NKW TINWAHB SHOP.
MAIN STREET, OrPUHlTE THE EXCII.WQR.
JHE undiTi-isnifd repcctf-1l inform hu fnen lt and
tlii'puidicp-nerallj, tli.it li-lias iinrih jse.t ihi .
stork of I). Millard, and oi iifd A N'CWTiV- ft"
IVAUK AND IIEKT IKO.V ESTAI1I.lSH.MET.l
In ths b'JiMiiiK formerly orcupicd for that purposfPt!
by the said Mr. Milliard. uIktc li.! ia prepared to con.
durt thj buciiifPi 111 all its nrioij branch.!.
Tni.varo and H(m"t' f pouting of ?11 kinds made to or
der Mil short notice and ut modurnte price.
Ali -STOVES, f vnrioii-i ntK-s, constantly for nals.
Repairing done to nnk-r in Uick tunc.
C" Country product! taken in echance for iotk.
PHII.ir H. MOYtR.
lli.nm.htirg, Prhrttary 14, Jf51.
H(it)i) M SHU iolT KB Kit stiul.
IiIM'i unrfcrsiznxt p'p ftrmlv in nrma Hi- ri'iz-'iis f
flloniu. hum, nnd tii" pi.bl c g ncrally tint h-hat
akf-nl tie DARIIlill atlOP, loeat-d opcoli I iheCnua
IJiMiar at lint .Urtrtu the LV.Iuinhu I)Mncrnl, in lite
whil-tf.Tmc Itn s Mi g, nppoii thf Exrhmiitc Itlorkj
Alien- he i ar oil li,nfs ready 10 wait upon hi?, en
t emit re to t-ntir ntipf,iriinn.
SIIAVllSG j- HAIR ORES V7.V G,
Will li.irute Willi r.ir anil tie Inn. anil la the
must liuliinn.il.lt. atyjt. anil mi vrry mmleratr tunc
trs-tjll X.irooiNO. donrupln City 3i)lo. Mo so
lints lacn-aseil pit'ilic ntron.ie anil pl-itiif bis best
endeavors tngive every lelBOnllllle.all.lelin.
K. A. HTANFOBU
llloonisUiir!Jan. 14. IKS
CHHAP HOOT AND SHOK
THE suhffriber inMira attention to his new stock of
Boots and tiJio-Js, Just received from Philadelphia,
FUR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR,
Boot., Gaiters, Oitbrd Tics, gchottUh Tics, Navy Gait,
ers, blippirs, Slc ,4c. '
I'Oii ladies vrh,
(laifrs with and Ithniit h -rl., tlifpers ilitto. Fnilins.
I rrncn Mnrrocru Dnti -a with and without ecls, See. -Also,
.Miss..' aao C'HiLtar.N's
of every description, at price, much below the old .tan.
danl.iindlc.s than tlio same quality of Goods caa b
bointlitfiiratanyiitlicrritnra in town.
Workofall kinds made to order of the b;.t material, in
ths neatest manner and on reasonable ti-rms, warrantfd
tocmalany city work and much hilon-cily prices. I
kecpnone but thj best workmen, and luvo bitter mate
rial than was ever befora broiijlit to lhi,-in fad, the
ery bssl to be had ill thecily market.
, GEORGE B.BANIinRS.
faniiit;,,'j)- su, irw. y.
PHOTECTION PKOM LIGHTNING.
I 1IE suhscnbr tould Hf..rra his friends, that bo is
J noivprciiared in put up, oil rhort notice, and in a
scicntlnr. manner, the b'-tt
at 131 cents per foot, AH work narranted.
E. D. UIDLEMAK
Eloamsburt, Mayil, 1?CI.
TINWARE & STOVE SlIOI
nnllE undersigned respectfully Informs his old friends
I and ruttomcr.. that ha has piinhiscd Ilia brothers
.... .Un. lrLvivii aim liner, or sale, th. larr
ii ?. ..!'.'?,' cxlcn,'ve assortment of I'ANCY
iJi ,'flcv,;r Introduced Into this market,
iZ C n'u- " -""ii. 01 a compute assortment of
Tisht stoves, Cannon Sto, ... tc., tc. t-io e, ipe a nd
T nn are constantly on hand and manufactured w order
All kind, of repairing don,., 0. nsu.il, on shmt n.uee.
Th; patronagii of old fi .-nds and new customer. r.
ipertfully .elicited. a M Rliprnx
. Ulnomsburt, January!, Ij-tf. KUrUT.
BR0IW3 ESSEXCE OF JA.VAICJ OlWFJL
CHEMIST AND IMtUGUIST.
; WO.EM., 07,7,..-.- Fifth m..
This Essenco is a preparation of unusual eirtlleo.
In ordinary diarrhma. incipient cholera. In .Sort in ill
t prottratlon of tha dig...", "niction. 11 1.
will be found cm the out, de of tha wram' r 5 0V1.J ti
ani ChatinM Bir..!.. W,l.dephla7 " 'f i m
ld t.U by tJI '"PaW.D,uiain a Utt.
March 10, ISM-lha.
0 you wstit
HE AH WHAT THK FE0PL15 SAY.
FrrCinO !10MUIATIU0 MCSIKIUDi In our Nyiifi
with thi roost latliractory rwitu, and daring full firitv
dinct to their gvnnlneneM, portly, and etUiacy, clirfrfuc
recommend tbfoi to all pernoni who wish to t.nrt .ru A
lUbU, anil emeaoloui remote at band tat private at'il
the Rtr. Wra. notmcf, wltlof f Tb Merthtrn tnu
pendent," Auburn. N. T.f th RtT. S. II. OrwSe- rj
Hector of fit, Peter' Church, Auburn, H. T. the Rr. n. i1
Itj, ClmpHln tf tha Auburn SWt Trlioa, the w
9 renter M. Hlce, Rector, NewBMforJ, MK tbt k.'
Allen 8(cle, NerT-Vork Conference! the R?. SumiJ r?
Nlctioli, lt-Oenipfl Cmference, N. Y.t the Re?, p H,
Prut, Dnet, Vt. ; the Rt. John K. Rohle. BuWo k. l
H&rt, ton Ullrn, N. V.: the Hon. Neftl l)ow, Pdnltinj
Me. the lion. Schuyler Clft.t, Soulh-Den I, InJ, ; the Hr
OeorRe Humphreri, H, X. Henry I'. Cook, Knq . Etiit,.
Tht Ohli SUte Joiirnul, Oolumbvw, Olitot the lion, lifr
Orahstm, Mollne, III.; Uie IUn, TlwmM J. ChMe, UnC J
c!!o, Fh.i the Hon. Joepli iWnedlcl, Utlcii, N. Y. ( Wm '
Bristol, Kurt , Uttca, N. Y. j A. 8, Pond, Kt , UUe, , 1 1
Jmrtw PlunVett, Enq , Nwhrlllff, Tcnn,
I.TST OV ICli'lC HKMEDIK3,
Ko. 1. For Kerer, Congestion, im! Innmtntlon.
No. 3 Km Worm Fever, Worm On Ue, M'vtUnpc the nH
No. 8. pr Collo, ColUft Tertl.tnf, uJ WakeWneM e(
InfAllI. , . "
No. 4. Fr Dtar!.en, OioltM Infantum, trtd Sratm
Ko. 6. For Colltf, Orlplnpit, prsentery, or Bloody Vim.
No. For Cholera, Cltolerjt Morhnt, Vomiting.
No. T. For CoutrM, CnMi, inilumir., and Pire Thrott,
No. fi. For Tooih-iichc, Fuce-fiflie, nntl KeiirnlcU.
No. 9. For Headache, YertlgA, Heal and Fullncsj of tii(
No. 10. Prf-rftrsu Phi For Weak and Dtrtnrhl
Stomach, ConittpaHon, and tJrcr Ctmplant.
No. 11. Fon Fkmalr iMMHuri.ARirim, Si'itnty, Paloful,ef
No. 12 For Leucorrhea, Profnie Mensei, nttd Sarmgf
Down of Female.
No. 11 For Croup, Hoame C'urli, pAd Breaihin
No. 11. flttt Khkc I'ui For KryalHUtit EniiUni.
Pimple on the Fare.
No. 15 -RHK0Mif to Pn J F r Piin, laamencii, or t ,tt
ncMhi the Chfut, Hack, IVii, or Mmb.
A. For Fuvr anJ A rue, Clalll Ftrer, Dumb Arm, rwj
p. Fer Pllvn, Wind r H'eftln?, Infn.l or F.xtertm
O Fnr Si'f, Wcik, r ltvtvn I KtMiiril Ke"li y- i.
!nr. W-it; - I" - MB
C For Catarrh, of lonp Undlng or recent, ctlktr wtt
bbatructton or profuse discharge.
W. C For Whooping Cough, abating It Tlolcnct tzi
ahortentng Its course.
In all acute disease, such as Fivers, Inflammation!,
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Croup, Rheumatism, and such imp.
Ure diseases a Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Eryslpe)is,Ui
advantage of giving the proper remedies promptly Is ob
vious, and in all such cases the specifics act like a chirm.
The entire disease Is often arrested at once, and In all casts
the violence of the attack la moderated, tha disease short- TC
ened, and rendered less danfterom. fc
Coughs and Colds, which are of such frequent occurrence,
and which so often lay the foundation of diseased I urn,
bronchitis and consumption, may all be at once cured ir 7ft
Uie Fever and Cough Pills.
In all chronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Weak Stomici,
Constipation, 14m Complaints. Piles, Female Debility, and
Irregularities, old Headaches, Sore or Weak Eyes, Catarrh,
Suit Kheum, and other old eruptions, the case has specifies
it hose proper application will affurd a cure In almost enrj
Instance. Often the cure of a single chronic difficulty, met EN
as Dyspepsia, Piles or Catarrh, Headache or Female Well
ness , has more than paid for the case ten times over. 3
Case of 20 vlats complete, In morocco, and B00V
Case of 20 vlalf, and nook, plain
Case of 15 numbered bow, and Book
Case of 6 boxes, numbered, and Book ,
1 tr 1
f Ingle numbered bos.es, with directions,
Plunk lettered boxes, with directions. . .
Wmu D I
Large case of 3 ox. vials, for planters and physicians..,.);
Ptia Asthma cm PuTnieir.--0ppressedl Dlffloilt, Labnrtl
Prenthliig, sttcmlctl with Coiifjh and Expeotoratlon. Trkt,
tO cents per box.
Kor Kar Dislu iRofs 1KO DitrNiEss.I)Uriiargn from Ui T'
Pur, the result of Scarlet Pever, Measles, or Mercurlt'j,
Por NoUes In Uie Head, Hardness of Hearing, and fiicglcj pi
In th Kars, and Ear-ache. Prica, fcO cents per box. raj
Foa SeaortLs. Enlarged Glands, Enlarged and Indnrtl-e-1
Tonsils, Swelling and Old Ulcers, Scrofulous Cachexy t( ari
Children. Price, 60 cents per hoi, r i
For 0k5krai. DKBiLrrr. Physical or Kerrous TVcrVcm. 1 1
Either the result of Slrkness, KxcesslT Jledlcatton, or Ii- t
haustlng Discharges. Price, 60 centa per boi.
FiR Dropst. Fluid Accumulations, Tumid BwellIng3,w.U, -K.
Scanty Secretions. Trice, 60 cents per box. 0111
Foa BaU-SicaxESS Deathly Sickness, Vertigo, KatRft, -p,
Voroltlng, Bickness from riding or motion. Price, CO u
per box. i
For Urisirt Dii kaseji. -For Orar?!, Renal Calculi, Dlffl- 1U
cult, Painful Urlaatlon, Diseases ef the.Kldneys. Price,tO tnr
cents per box. 101
Foa SrMtitAL Eyi330xa. Involuntary Discharges sol n:.
Consequent Prostration and Debility, Had Resulu of Ivl! 1
Habits. Tliemnst successful and tfflcleot remedy knoi, ai.
fvndtnaybe relied upon as a cure. Price, lth fH dilu
tions, tl per box.
Persons who wish to place Ihemselrcs under the yrofrt
elonal care, or to sealc advice of Prof. Hcvfdrxts, can h
so, at hla oIBae W-2 Proadwaj', dally from 8 A.M. to 8 PH.
or by letter, on
OUR REMEDIES 117 MAIL.
Look over the list; make up a case of what klnlyoj3"
choose, and Inclose the amount In a current note or stamrs
by mall to our address, at No. M2 Broadway, New-York,
and the medicine will be duty returned by mall or exprtu,
frit- of charge. 'T1
AGENTS WANTED. Wtdeilra an Retire, efficient Aeol n.i
for tha sale of our Remedies In erery town or comiQunli;im
In Uie United Bute. Address Dr. P. IIUMP1IREY8 t Co V,
No 612 BaOAPWiT. Niw-Tcu. llv
com vy ti. r, i-Ul.ALViit, J.wtst.4iu.:
April 7, 10.
nt.lLI, IIL.MI.IIfl ,,
IT I8C0Mr0UNIIi:il tN'lIIIKLYKKOM Ofv.
..... v. v.nnr uit t-.i iiitiHiiv Ll. a nianam ,T. eirlll,
and iipnrovd by all thai
have nf il it nn.t .
M-ntmra in Willi COlin
e fin which it is rtroiii
It h.is cured thou,
two veur w hn had glv
ut Hip nu nitrons tin
niv possPbSltn shnw
Thi ilo ni'ici b n
ment of the i mi i vidua I
such I'wntilifs as find
Ltt thu dictatm nf
yon n the ue of th
TOR and it "HI cur
en Altaeks Dygpptta
met Complaints, lltien
ach Habitual Ctttirmets
Mot bun Cholera lnun
Ft mala Weakest sits and
lv aan Ordinary Family
HICK HEADACHE, (ai
in tutnty minutes if two,
taken n comnieiiremunt
All teka ua it art gig.
dtIICI' ill Jill llix .1 ... 11 I
and ithin t Im
en upnllhopi-g t tny
so'icrcd cert Henri 'mo,
ilaptedtn ihf t nip' frtjC
lUKiiTji ii linn titra n
Srntly un the nm.fl' bha
live it iNVinomfeat
Lietr Cemplaintt Bu. ,
Chronic l)arri.tnfi li.deV
ttry Drtpy, fiour ,
Cholie Choltfa CWfSUD
'mnv n uict nircri D1V
i I'll n-t.inil m i.in ifaiifL IuO(
Urthrte 7 tatpoof'tt'A
ifff ineir testlmor.y ''Jq
.rir..?m 1 l fllUiriH WITH TtlEI'tHC
VIGOR ATOR AND H WALLOW BOTH TOOCTIlH
MICE OXK DOLLIR PER BOTTLE, Cqu
S A N F 0 It J) R wtr.
MIV IV A f ri. - ...i
, tU'llUlinilLltliU,V. j
Pure Vfittahlt Ettracts, rndputvpin Glass Cwi, t and
Ugh', aad uill Keep tn any f avuly .
f'h KAMI, ...
t UA-l i THAFT n PI I.I. iaiw
TIIAr.Tin pii.i. mi
gentle Inn ail've Cn
piielnrhas Used in hi
llmllr which lli si ...
tirattice more IU'
1 he con.laiit y in
llw-e who luvo loui
aitulacllon bich all
traaslli. .I.mnni! frK
used tlio riLl.Sam f natl
e less In rrjsn 'f
("' ir me, lias induced
in iho rearh ofnll.
I I e prolesslon well
llianicsart on iliff-iml
This PAMILV CA
iih dui rcfrrence 10
racl. been compounded
uie ,u ijiace uieui ai.t j(g j
know that dlffendflitj (
portion, ortlie bo.,
TIIARTIC Pitt 12 fort
til I. Well eslablW" ,
frtim v,,!.l. nf frm
every umi r,r ih. nit
iracis whicli art alike ,
innilary canal, anil rtuH.1
set uherea Calliait .
RiloiMCKTS of the pnl
l. Tlia H.rK .so 1c. .
noon and nn In n'l ca-
uvi-iiro, ail c 11 a. vi
m.ch PuiriM,,, p4,
l-oiv.Kt, r.ia ..0
wiioit .onv, from sn.l
II y If nrglecleilrrdjn
I.oss or Aim im. a
t-oio in ia in, Bnnr,
.Uf. nr .....v
8n B eh r. nrr, If UCt?
den cnlu, which ireq" .
n long c,urseof Frni "
I RCKPINO BVNF1TIDS nf t
IllllltSISSI, II ll u 1
Hi AO. all IhFLAMVltl Va.i
Pisia.i., W oa hs in
linsaN.TirM, a treat
,n7.... 1 ""'I w ircRiri.a or tne hi
and m-my liscase. 10 whirl, n..h 1. t..i. ia mm"
ousla mention in till. adv. rlisement Dose. I u J tem
T. 1 . . I'""-'C 30 CIINTH
... , iT . ; '"" nFAlll.T C.THTlor.W goQ
.lUZSlii tan'rally, and .old h"
l.le by tha Tiada In alll.irie lowns. Ore
. T W.HAeffOIID.M, !).. . 6
Manufarlnrer and rroprir'er DTO
SJXFOtD-g LIPXR IXP-IOORJITOR AXD f 'Dst
tV 808 IIROADWAV
r. . '"ll,ti"I, "R "Msaraa.
J'Vjt;"buel'' r- Lau- 'ol" B' M5"
June. IPov. Iiu
H. 0. UOWER,
S U R G EO DENTIST
REStDEXCE.U Brick Building irloio Harm,' llf It i
... ..... '..., oioomtourg, D .
KESPECTFUI.LV ofler. til prefc"
aJ aervicts to tha ladle, and eentleniH' ...
Uloom,burg aud vlclnlly. He is prcpat
DeuiihT s 1 ""'"li vanoua onci.tw"; BOC
r1 . riwwuifu wim ma i.urt iroprww"" .
I'OKOELAIN TKKTn. bro
w.,,T.,ihtv."er?ir,o,,pimor oM pwe'ts wo
en'oTn.d ,upe"or ,rtlcl "t TOOTH POWDEt, tw
Junaj3.Ifo7. (Kov ISJl, Jee
OPALDIVG'S Celetratcd Prcp" vc
k MVffVi."u 7' nu.,- cw fVjf Go
tJWY W, -