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Writo for this Department.
Wo want tho readers (farmers) of our
Agricultural Department to write. Thero
is not a subscriber to the Columbia Dem
ocrat, who cannot communioato some
thing of interest to its readers. Many
aro dctarrcd from communicating their
thoughts and experiences to tho paper for
publication, through distrust of their abil
ity to write for tho press. Let no reader
of this department make any such plea.
If you have anything to say, (and wc
know you have, every ono of you, send
it along, however homespun or brief it may
be, if written plain, and on one sidu only,
of the paper, rest assured it will assume a
propor shape beforo it gets through the
Action of Ma.urf.s. Tho mechani
cal of physical action of barn yard manure
upon the soil to which it is npplied,aflbrds
a very pleasing and important tubject of
study. It is ono of those beautiful effects
produced by tho simplest agent, but which
until fully understood, seems inexplicable.
Thus we find that manure, under certain
circumstances, gives to sandy soils increas
ed stability and consistency. On tho oili
er haBd, wo find it rendering tenacious,
clayey soils mora mellow and friable. Uut
these two opposite results aro not produced
by manures in tho samo condition, or tho
same state of decay. Tho farmer who do
sires to render a sandy soil lnoro firm,
would scarcely select as tho aeent, fresh.
strawy manure, for tho siinplo reason that
tne rigidity ot tho straw would produce re
sults the very opno-i'o of thoso we- soucht.
AVell rotted manuro should bo apnlicd to
sandy soils for this purpose. Tho soil needs
comprassing, and well-rotted manuro is a
very eflicient agent for this purpose. On
stiff, tenacious soils, the strawy manuro is
what is wanted. It renders them more
open and friablo, admits tho free passage
oi ram anu aimospuero, ana in a variety
of ways promotes fertility and caer man
agement. These thoughts aro not now,
tnougn they possess a bighiinportanec.and
'ought to be understood by every farmer.
"Sweetninq'' Cur Hay for. Cows.
A correspondent of tho Homestead, in
an account of a noted milk farm near
Hartford, says tho farmer, Mr. Gates.cuts
most of his hay in winter, moistening it,
J t.-.. l. k. ;. ...:.i. . t i .
uu tuviuuguij iuiaiu lb mill a LUIU swill
of rye, corn and cotton-seed meal, and
water, allowing tho mans to lie from ono
iaeding time to another, to swell and sweet
en before using. "I say sweeten, not turn
four ho feeds before it comes to that."
Tho writer thinks tho process analagous to
ihat undergone in a sour apple, which "if
brui-ed on the side, the juice of that ppot
becomes decidedly sweet in a short time
the Baccbarinc ferment, couvcrtion of
starch into sugar, and all that,'' taking
To Avoid a Cold. Change the stock
ings as often as they become wet from nor.
ppiration. Avoid cold draughts of air
upon any part ot tho body, ot unequal
temperature from any cause, such as evap
oration of moisturo from wot clothes' on a
, - , ,. . . .
Tiortion 01 tne Tierson. i nn rlnrmnr-. wot
nil owr nls nr-irli-ettiro nf nnl.la I
ail Over, IS less productive Ot COldS than
WUi;u IlUTtiy WUb. XOU iniCUl miim naKCU ,
into a snow bank and not take cold, but
xeeievo serious injury from immersing only
a band or foot in tho snow, whilo tho rost
of the body is kept warm. Unequal tem
perature upon different parts of tho body,
disturbs the circulation of tho blood and
E reduces & cold. Tho best precaution,
owever, is to keep the system vigorous
by temperance, agenerous diet of digestible
food, and plenty of sleep.
now to Get Early Tomatoes.
Sirs. S. D. Kendall, thus writes to the
boutaern l-ieiu and Ixrtsvle,
A good lareo turnip is better than anv
bet bed for propogating ta.ly tomatoes.
Jut on the top and scoop out to a shell
three-quarters of an inch thick. Fill the
cavity with rich mold, plant half a dozen
seeds, and placo tho turnip in a box of
iuuu, jccjj ni u. warm vy au ca-i inuow,
if possible, and sprinkle with tepid water
every day until there is no longer any
danger from frost, then remove tho turnin
to the outdoor bod, and thin out all but
Should tho turnip shell put on shoots
pinch them off, and tho shell will soon rot.
afording a fertilizer to tbo tomato plant
il.. :ri .1 -i i-i i f ,. r .
iuui, win genu u aacaa wonucriu'iy. A
dozen turnips thus lonuttaizcU will afford
an abundant supply of early tomat ics for
au uxuiuury lamiij.
Peaks os Quince. Pears grafted on
Quince, require deep rich coil. Many fail
ures have occurred, and much disappoint
ment has been occasioned by planting
dwarf pear trees, in the absenco of a propt
er knowledge as to the treatment they de
mand. Pear culture on this system is not for
thoso who plant a tree as they do a gate
post, and who look upon the after treat
ment of both in tho same light, viz : leave
them until they decay, and then plant
another, grumbling all tho while about the
absurdity of this modo of raising poars.
When planting the trees, placo some light
soil around the roots to give them a start.
Cover tho wholo of tho Quinco root and
about an inch of tho pear stem with soil.
The quinco will throw out roots freoly
from any portion of the covered surfaco,
if healthy therefore deep planting, so long
as tho soil is in proper condition, is not in
this case injurious. If the roots are stumpy
and destitute of fibres, cut several upward
slips on various parts of their surfaces, to
encourago the emission of roots. Farmer
Oilev. Our, '"devil" says, he beard
tne young Jady who has "surfaco oil
indiostions about her kitchen," faying
that there was no speculation in tho young
men round about hor, for none has yet
noted to securo a "Bito," much lcs
7I dolT k.J "sinkino- a shftft.,
PA U - I. O N
coal uil ni'iiNinis lA.urs rou
nun y i so i
coal, KcntwcNi;. "R 'mrhon ott.s.
THE best, tnntt Militant, and cheapest pollablo liflt
tinnr lit use. Nn ilaiiffcr r explosion and rlitnpir
thin ttaiJ latil nil, lleli nil or cniiipfieno,
WrKUUAI. 10 UAN.-wm
Without tho expense of gin rixltirca. TIM nhovo Lamp.
(Willi all their fancy trlniiuinis) can lie seen and bouclit
at the ni I established limit ami rhcmicnl Store if lhc
undersigned, wnnn.itti'rs liiin.cirihnl from li I a long ex
perience In the Drug trade, ha knot t how anil where to
buy, and Is determined not lo he undersold by any one In
llloomsburg, or surrounding country, Call and sea his
new and well selected stoik of .
oiiuiiv vhhuhiils i !mu i.' 11 i:,m iija i.h . paints
VARNISHES. DVI.RTUfF.I. OILS GLASS
FIIOM 7!lti543lt, CUVFECTIOVA.
HUM, FEKFUMUItV 'NU
F.1MJV 'ton i:r. AR.
TO n AC CO AND CIGJIItS.
Asl'd Urands, I'ateut Medicine of every variety In ubs
l.iinom, (pure) for medicinal use only, Plutd.Camphrno
Cnrbott Oil, Turpcniinn nnd Alcohol, Tnif tcs, Shoulder
(traces and Abdmnlnil fuppnrtors, Surgical timl Jhn
tnt Instruments, Sash nafl and tooth llru lu Id, Co mo he rt
phrcys HoiiKTpnthie Remedies, Garden, Canary Rapo
and Hemp seeds. Thermometers, proof glasi Morocco
liCnttiL-r and ghrw Findings, &c &c, together with the
Urgent and morl varied assortment of German Toil and
-ver brought to this place, all of which please call and
see and you muvt biliev e.
Havlnc learned by sad riperlenra that "Inns credit!
will nut keep things moving 1 have determined to
torashbuycrs, to make It nn object to them an well
. ....,,,., ... .... .....
the j-el cr. to deal on the miti principle, either money or
1 1 at In it tviail a rnoulnr innnnl I cc.1i t n tit tlm Tims '
Hating served a regular apprenticeship at the Drue
nnd Apnth cary business, besides having carried It on
inrin last f-ijni.'en jears, on my own hook, i natter
in) a -If tint I am abl'i to do Justice to all gi in? mo a
trial. Tin nkf 1 1 to the public for past favors, 1 would
akn trial on tlu new principle, and will guarantee to
alMhit ll will make long friends, and pay best In the
end to pay rash and buy at reduced prices.
I'll YbtUlANd KIL'L'LONS
carefiilly mm pounded, and allorderi correctly answered.
ai nicuicmss guaranteed ni recoiiim"nucu, more uomn
on Slain Street, near Market. next door to the Post Of
fice, Uloomsburg, Columbia county, Fa.
August 4, leco.
GRAND ATTEMPT TO HUMBUG
SOME persona must think Fanners aro Fools, or they
would not hare the iiunudcnri- noil audacity to use
thu nnuie of Frenrjitld for fhe purpose of deceiving the
public and makiti? capital out of his name. Any per
sou or persons who use my name in nny hapc, form or
inauuer.on f iiotv rnrus or iiautiiiius.io aiu mm in selling
bogus articles, bo it Ycpetablo Cattle Fonder, Cattle
Liniment, ileal it Powder, or anything else, isn down,
right impoKter, and deserves to be so considered by an
enlightened community, being the author, dl.rnverer,
sole mnnufnrturer, and compounder of nlltlie celebrated
Cnttlo Medicines formerly prt pared bylilin for llreinig,
Froneneld & Co., from llicir llrst introduction to tho
time of their dissolution. Dr. FllONBFIULl) feels an
honest pride In protecting tho public, and Farmers in
particular, from further dectpti.n from buying useless
and humbug mixtures put up by Tom, Uick and Harry,
without a pnrtlrlo ofknoufedge or experience In such
matters, depending entirely on his name to mnke them
sell. To nut a stun to such dishouorjlilo tricks. I linvo
determined to put my written signature on each pnrk of
the Vegetable Cattle Powder, and encii bottle of Cattle
Liniment, and all my other preparations, as I expect
soon lu see inuiii nil counierieneu.
LOOK HEFOltK YOU MIV.
My slgnaturn will bo n guarantee for those who want
louuy a pure unu genuine nritcie prepnrcu in a scieuil
Ac manner. Manufactured only by
At the old stand. No. 3IT N'orth 3 1 Pt.. Phlladclnhla.
For aale by UK. C. a HAKUU, Main and UeKalb
streets, norrlstown. Agent
February 2, ISM 3m
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ai our expense lor carriage.
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Terms made known on application to the Pub ishcrs.
DA OA INS I BA U GA INS .
NEW FALL AM) WINTER GOODS.
TTTOULD respectfully Inform the citizens of Lleh
V V Btrect and vicinity that th;y hao just received a
new ami extensive arsmmeni 01
UllY UOOUS ANU GROOEHIES.
which they will sell rhiap for cntli. They have a large
and general variety; all that is commonly found ins
Country Htore, and are determined to sell cheap. To the
selection of their goods th"y have paid tvtrict attention;
l lie re tore, tncir uierciiauuizo w 111 uear recuuitiienuation i
nnH il-iII tiriu-A tn l..t fifths ilrt pIsbii '
The proprietors cordially solicit a liberal share of pat
rouagc. Customers would do well to call and examine
their general variety before purchasingelscwhere.
Country produce taken In exchange for goods at the
highest market price.
MARTZ It. ENT,
Light Street, November, 3 16G(l.
GILL & PAUL,
General Commission Merchants,
Fish, Provisions. Flour, liuttcr, Cheese, Oils, Dried
Fruits. Grain, Seeds, lleans. Whiskey, Wool,
Country Produce and Merchandise
No. 34 North Wiiarth, Philadelphia,
tT7" Consignments of Provisions. Flour nnd Cminfrv
Prodnm Miticited. and returns promptly made. Cash
advanced when desired.
OUhKHH f,,r all kinds f t Fish, Provisions, Flour,
Drk-d Fruits, tec. filled at the lowest Cath Prices.
Auju.t 4, Jrlrt)--;m.
NKW MLAOKSMITH SnOI
Tim underrUnnl resnecttully Informs his friends and
old cuttmm-rt that he has opened a khoii on Mali
Htrut, a few iloori above the Fork's Hotel, In Ltlooius
burg, where he drtipus continuing the
SMI I MING HU81NKSS,
In all its various brandies, at low prices, and on an en
Id red scale, and solicits the public patronage.
Produce, drain, 4tc, centrally taken for work,
MILKS C. AUHO'FT.
SOLE lioathcr. and all other kinds of Leathers, Mo
roccos, Lining and Uinding, for sale cheaper than
thecheapestbyiheundersisuedatbia Tannery Estab
lishment, In Lficht Street, Columbia co Pa., ALSO A
Inrxe quantity of Mastering Uatr, dry and In good con
dition, cheap by the bushel or barrel.
il- tun paiu ior niues.
J. W. SANKEV.
LI jht Street, Jan 5, lPni-3m.
WINK AND LIQUOI.S.
WHOLES A LE AND RETAIL.
nPIirj understated, havlntr onened n Kw Ktnr nn
X Main titrett, a few doors gouth of Iron Btrcet.
Uloomsburg, and stocked it with tho best Ilrands of atl
kinds of imported liquor , will bo happy to supply the
trade on the irost accommodating terms aud at unusually
low prices. '
DJ- Public Custom is rcspuclfully ini IteJ.
uloomsburg, July 7, 1SG6. Jig tut,
THIS WAy OIIKAP BUYERS.
RI.OOMSDURO cheap cash Store, again replenished
Hltli a fresh slock of si'RI.yo (loous-we aro
niw prepared to otfer to the public a very handsome lot
v, cpring .iiq oumuicr uouasat usual low prices, fot
HEADY PAY ONLY,
Come along with your cash anil produce.
,. . c- ' vv- 'lAHTJIAy.
March 13, 18C0.
EADY-MADE CLOTHING can lo
Dougnt cheap at trie t tics a easti stare ti.
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE K.MeYS,
I, IV It It SJO.tiri.AI!VT,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
FEVER AND AGUE,
Ann tbe rarlotti affection eoniequent tipon a dlforJerol
STOMACH OR LIVER,
Pncli aa Indication. Aridity of the Stomach, Colicky Palna.
Heartburn, Lwa of ppetlta, Dependency, OtwtlnmoM
niind and Jileedtng Pilfn. In all Nervous, Itlieumatle, ana
Neuralgic Affections, It haa In numerous fnxtanrvs froTnl
Manly benenelal, and In others effected a decided enre.
Thfi la a purely TegetaUo eorumn!, pre pored on strictly
aclentlfle prinelplea, after the manner of the elebratol
Holland rrofcKoor, Ikerhare. Itn reputation at Immo pro
duccd It introduction liere, the demand commencing with
tiiofle of the fatherland acatterM oTer the fnce of thh
chty country, many w nom orougni wnn mom ami
donn ifiV tnufltton of Its value. It it now fwl
to the. American iwMie, Knotting that tU truly wonderful
. . . i , T .
miRhty country, many of flhom urougnt with tiieui and
mHrnnl virtue t mutt In aeknoxmtitaed.
' It Is particularly recommended to thefle persons whoes
conntltutlons may bare been Impaired by the continuous mo
of ardent spirits or other forms of dlsnlpntinn. Generally
instantaneous In effect, It finds Its way directly to the seat
of tifs thrill in fr, and mikkenltiK erery nerre, raisins np the
drooping spirit, and. In factf Infusing now health and Tlgor
Ln the sjstem.
N0T1CR Whoever expects to find this a bererflge v(,I
be dl'uippolntedi but to the sick, weak and low spirited. It
will prove, a grateful aromatic cordial, txMcsBed of singular
The Genuine highly concentrated rtcerhave's Holland
Hitters Is put up In hslfptut Inttlcs only, and retailed at
On k Ioi uk iter tsottle, or six lottIes for Five Poiuas. The
great demand far this truly celebrated Medicine has Induced
many Imitations, which tha public should guard sgalnet
4tT Heware of Imposition. Bee that our name Is on Uie
label of every bottle you buy.
Sold by Druggists generally. It can be forwarded
by Express to most points,
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO.
ghnrmnceuiisfs and (fihcmisis.
ForSaleliyfi. M, Ilagenbucli, Drujeist. llloiintburg To
Oct. 2" IftiU.
EVANS & WiV ratJN
SATiAMANDI'.R flAFna, RR
fllOVKn to 3U4 Chettunt Slrctt.
above third Philadelphia, havn on
ami n inrgo nssorimni oi rira
Thl?fnroof Salamander H,if.-s.
Isn, iron doors, for banks and
Iron shutter Iron sash, all
cstlwW?!ra; make of locks equal to any made
tn tlm TTnlted Stntei.
fire Sfe in one fr?, Ml tame out Tight; with ton
tents in good eomlition.
Tha Salamander Safes of Philadelphia against the
EVANS & WATSON,
have had the surest dcmostratlon In the following cer
tificate that their mnuufacturo of Salanian.ter &ifrs has
at length futly warranted the representations which ha. 0
been made of them as rendering an undoubted security
against the terrific element.
Philadelphia April 12. l&W.
Mr$r Ream i It'etson; Uciitltfiiii'n-It n (Tunis us
the highest satisfaction to stato to you, that owing to
the very protective qualities nf two of the Salamander,
Safes which wc purchased of you some five month since
we savcil a large portion of jewelry, anil all our bookn,
kt.t exposed to the calamlnous, fire in Kan dead placo on
the morning of the 1 1th Inst-
When wc reflect Ihat these safes were located in tho
fourth story of the building wa occupied and that they
fell subsctucntly into a heap of burning ruins, wh to tha
ast conct nt ration of the luat caused the brass plates in
melt, we cannot but regard the preservation of ttuir val
uable contents as most convincing proof of tho great se
curity afforded by your safc.
Wo shall tuka great pleasure In recommending them to
men of business as a mire reliance ngulnt fire.
GlXHIUi; W. DlALiIUna St. UJIO,, Jeictllers.
tC7"Thev havo since pnrchasjd six large Safes.
THF. undersigned Is nlso extensively engaged In tho
ITuJrrlaLlnir Rutin.... mill koi't). ron.tnlltlv On hand
nd for sale at his Warcrooins, a large assortment of
ny which ho is enabled to till orders on presentation
Also Keens a pood Horse and Hearse, and will at al
tunes ho ready to uttend Futicrels.
simon c. siuvn.
HI oom suitjt, January 27, 1850.
U. S. Trust Company.
Carver of Third and Chestnut S's., Phil i.
LARGCand small sums received and paid hack on
demand without notice, with 1'ive rvR taxr laTER
lst from the day of deposit tothu day of withdrawal.
Urnca Houas From D until 3 o'clock every day, aad
on Aloxnsv 1ven!-io, troni 7 until U oclock.
rresldent-CTLl'llUN 11. CRAWFORD,
Treasurer 1'i.ikt Fisk.
Teller Jamt It. JIunttr.
Stenhen n. Traw ford,
Daniel Ik'i die man,
lleiijainlii W. Tinlley,
l'aul II. Goodard, M. D.
Thomas T. Lea,
March 211, IrS9-ly.
lAIcx'er V. Hart, M, 1).,
tvilliam Al. Uorfn in.
II. Franklin Jackson,
SECOND STREET, ABOVE ARCH.
II. II. EDWARDS, Prop rider.
May 12, I6C0-3m.
TOBACCO &. SKGARy.
as a e e n & o y m ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Maiitilnclurtd & l.f.if Tobacco,
HAVANA G K K 1 A N AND DOMESTIC,
N. S. Oorner of Tront and Arch Streets.
AUTHOR lllOfcN. 1
jinii M. bovo. I rilll.ADELrillA,
Murr.li 10, ltCO-lQio.
No. 30 NORTH SECOVD STREET,
Ono Door nliove Clirist Churrli.
A General Assortment nf COTTAGE t U11X1TURE, in.
cludinj C1MP MVOLS, &.C.
May 15, Ji60-I!in.
Artk Strut, Aborl TUrd.
P II I A I) K I. V II I A
THE sltuetlon of this Hotel renders it one of the most
convenlentforthosewho.ro vlsltlnn rhiladclnhia
onhnslne.il while to thos. in searrh of nleasure. the
constantly passing and repassing City Railway ears,
and those lu close nroxlinltv. afford a cheanand nlesi.
autride to all places of interest and amusement in or
about tbe city.
The proprietor gives assurance that ''Tbo Union
shall be kept with such character as will meet public
approbation, and would respectfully olclt, sen era I pat
roneee. U1TON B NEWCOMElt,
February S3, 1P0O 17m, Proprfcior.
CPALDINO'S Cclolratca Prepared
O n.n for sale al L. T Slurries.' che.n ca.rV8tr,
i STOMACH BITTEP.Sa
I It Is a rcl thai, at somo period, every mem
ber ef tbe human family Is subject to disease
i or disturbance of tha bodily functions) but,
sritli tha aid of a good totilo and tha oxcrclte
of plain common sense, they may be abla so to
Tcgulata tho system as to securo permanent
health. In order to accomplish this desired
object, the truo count to pursuo is certainly
that which will produco a natural state of
things at tha least hazard of Tllal strength and
life. For this purposo, Dr. Hostctter has In
troduced to this country a preparation bearing
his namo, which is not a new medicine, but ono
Ihat has been tried for years, giving satisfac
tion to all who haTO used it, Tho Hitters
operate powerfully upon tho stomach, bowels,
end liver, restoring them to a healthy and
vigorous action, ana thus, by tha slmpla pro
cess of strengthening nature, cnablo tha sys
tem to triumph over disease.
For tho euro of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau
sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appctilo, or any Bilious
Complaints, arising from a morbid Inaction
of tho Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps,
Dysentery, Colic, Cholera Morbus, &c, these
Bitters havo no equal.
Diarrhoea, dysentery or flux, to generally con
tracted by new settlers, and caused prlnclpolly
by tho chango of water and diet, will bo speedily
regulated by a brief uso of this preparation.
Dyspepsia, a disease which is probably moro
prevalent, in all its various forms, than any
other, and tho cause of which may always
be attributed to derangements of tho digestiro
organs, can bo cured without fail by using
HOSTETTKIVS STOMACH BITTERS, as per
directions on tho bottlo- For this disease every
physician will recommend Bitters of somo kind j
then why not uso an article, known to bo infal
liblot All nations havo their Bitters, as a prc
vcntlTO of diseaso and strengthener of tho sys
tem In goncral; and among them all there is
not to bo found a moro healthy people than
i tho Germans, from whom this preparation ema
nated, based upon scientific experiments which
havo tended to pave the valuo of this great
preparation in the ucalo of medical science.
Fever and Aoue This trying and provok
ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on
the body of man, reducing him to a mcro sha
dow In a short time, and rendering him phy
sically and mentally useless, can bo driven
from tho bodv bv tho uso of IIOSTETTEU'S
RENOWNED BITTERS. Further, none of tho
above-stated diseases can bo contracted, even
in exposed situations, if tho Bitters aro used
as per directions. And as they neither crcato
nausea nor offend the palato, and render un
necessary any chango of diet or interruption
of ordinary pursuits, but promoto sound sleep
and healthy digestion, tho complaint is ro
moved as speedily as is consistent with tho pro
duction of a thorough and permanent cure.
For Ttrion) in Advanced Yean, who aro
suffering from an enfeebled constitution and
infirm body, theso Bitters arc invaluablo as a
restorative of strength and vigor, and need
onlv bo tried to bo appreciated. And to a
01117 09 irieu w uo upiirutmiw. i
mother ,wnuo nursing these Bitters aro nulls-
ncnsable. esnccialiv where tho mother's nour
ishment is inadequato to tha demands of tho
child, consequently her strength must yield,
nnd hero it is whero a good tonic, such as
Ilostetter'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, beforo so doing,
should ask their physician, who, if ho is
acquainted with the virtuo of tho Bitters, will
recommend their uso in all cases of weakness.
CAUTION. Vfe caution tho putllo against using
any of tho many imitations or counterfeits, but ask
for jrOSTETTEIt'S CHEBIUIED STOMACH BlTTEnS,
and sco that each bottle has tho words "Dr. J.
IlostcUer's Stomach Bitters" blown on tho sido
of tho bottle, and stamped on tho motalllo cap
covering tho cork, and obscrvo that our autograph
eiguaturo Is on tho label.
tfS- Prepared and soldbyUOSTETTEItft
SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa, nnd sold by all
drugcists, crocers, and dealers generally
throughout tho United States, Canada, South
America, and Germany.
Hold hy J. II. Moyrr. 1.. V. I.utz, nioomsburir ; A. Ml
lrr, fcf'o. D -r" Ich ; II. F. KrichnrJ, Ksi)ttn; M. I".
Oricr. Jos. Levi, A. B. Hank, tc. Cu Dunvillu.
October 1, 1?5U 12m.
NEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Si "Mr $gl&t m ffi
at rite. fn v vj.' it it v
Iflnin anil Iron Streets,
n h, o o m s' a k a g x a
llo you want SILKS I On to HllOWUIt'S
Do ou wont LAVI1LLA (ILtlTIH. Go to llltOWtllt ti
UoyouwantrllALI.l DKLAINLsit do to IIHOlVi:it S
llojou wau.TAIII.llCOVLIISI Co to llUOWLlt'f
Uo )ou nam I LOTH IIUSTUltd t Co to IIUOWLU. S
Do you n ant SKIXl'.TON SKIItTd t Uo to DltOWKIt fl
uo you w nut uu. tu nKii e
1)0 you naut ML'dLINrtf
Do) ou wont (,'ALICOF.rf!
Do you wont LAWN-i t
Dojou want IIAIti:GKdl
Do you want Dtl IILIiLS t
Dojoo uiint IIOSIl:l'.V I
Do you want (il,OVi:st
Go to IIIKJWKR'S
Go to UltOYVr.lt 'ti
Go to IIKDU'nrrt
l)o you want It AM)M;ui;ini;t a r
D..ou want IIAItl'ETSATi.HLLS t Goto llltOWUlt'S
llo)Ou want STELLA SIIAWI.Ht Goto llKOWKIfS
Dojou want MOil Mil MITTS) Goto llllUWLlrs
Do you waul f ILK GlRnLr.S! Go tj lIliOWLlt'.S
Do you want GAUNTLl'.TS I Go to HltOWLIt'S
Dijou ant CltOI'L'HF.T IlllAlDS! Go to IIUOlVLIfS
Doyou nam TIDY COTTON I
lo to IJIIOll'ER'S
lio you wnnt r.aL..)l r rt I
Do oil nnut HUN Sll Alli:rf I
Doimi want t'MIIUIll.l.ASI
Do oil uut t'ASSI.MElll'.S t
Dj you want I'F.imlAN PLAID 1
Ho you want LIM'.N CHECKS (
Do you want IT.RDALES I
l)o)ou wuut JENSf
Do you want NANKEC.VSt
Do you want G1M1IIAMSI
Do vou want 1)UUAL-I
Doyou want CURTAIN MUSLIM
Do wiu want COI.'I) rA.MIIItlllS t
Do you want WHITE GOODS 1
Dojou want DKMUHt
Doyou wnnt P1I.ESIA t
Do you want DIIILLINCS I
Do )ou waiitTT' KINGS t
Do you want Ill'.i KS f
Doyou want LADIES' SHOES!
Go to IlltOWLU'S
Go to IIROWKIt H
Go to IIKOIVER'S
Go to UltoWElt'S
Go to IlltOlVCIl'S
uo to IlltDWi'it s
Go to IIIIOWEII'S
Go to IlKOIVEIfS
Go to llltOWKR'S
Go to tlltOWEK'S
Go to IIROWEIFS
Go to IIIIOIVEH'S
Go to IIIIOWEII'S
Go to IlllOlVElfS
Go to llllOWEIt'S
Go to riltOtVKll'H
uo to IlltOWI lt'8
Do you want LADIES' G MTIMISI
l)o you want f'llllSil GR0''EKIE8I Go to IIUOWEK'S
Do you want UUEUNSWARE I
Go to lIROtvnit'S
Go to IIIIOWEII'S
Go to IlltOWEll'S
Go to llllOWEIt'S
Go to MlOWEIt'S
do you wnnt (.i.ArmvAiii;r
Do you wnnt II MtDWAREI
Do you wnnt IIRIJGS I
Do you w nut I'lIIIE sri"E3 1
Do you want CUE IT GOODS t
llloonubum, May 19, lrl,o.
'A Hull, hut oflfii fills Hi. pnrsi.
FRANKLIN SAVING FUNI)-No. 130 South
Fourth btrect, b.-tueut Chestnut and Walnut
n.iiatiMiia, pays uu ueposus on demand.
Depositors' money secured by if rnment Ptate
and ('itv Loans. Ground Kent it. Mortmifcd. -fer.
This Com nun y deems safety better than Inr
pruftti.'consfpiently will run nn risk vtith dcposi.1
Inrm' in tint V. but linva it nt nil tiiupa rpnilif tn r. t.ir..
with 5 per cent, interest to the owner, as they liavelc
always done. Tins com i any neter suspended. m
Females, inurried or single, and .Minors, can de. s
poit in tlieir own rijtht, and such depisits can be G
Charter nt'iiutual. Incornorated bv tlieStntA of-
IVntiiiylvnnia, with authority tu recehu money f
from trustees uud Hxecutors.
IJIM1E AM-I) SMALL SUMS ItECEtt'En.
O tii co vnen daily from M to 3o,tloik. und uu Wed.
nesuay evetuug uum s o'ciock.
Jacob It. Shannon, C)rus Cadwalluder,
John ShindUr. Georco Russell.
Malachl W, tloan, Ldward T. Hjntt,
Lewis Kruiubharr, Henry Dtlanv.
Nicholas Rittenhouse, Nathan medley,
Jus. II. tiutherthwaite, Ephnaiu Btati chard,
Josttph I.I i ti in cott.
JACUH II. SHANNON, Trsldent,
CYRUS CADIVALLAUUR, Treasurer.
March U, lr3J- Win.
11 A Dollar save'S la'rw1cTewrneTl.M
Nov H Tm,
nir tbo liberality witli which the Tulitie alusy. have
lm th. lih
P.trwiiieil Henry .unpinmr, (come see his tood home)
heintaus toshow hl.ernlliuifo by Wflsr facts not lu
empty words. Ills ambition ii not so uiucli to make mon.
ej ui to occupy (4 btstorh of the beet shops, and to
be generally appreciated as otic of thebekt workmen.
Forcive liiui tills indulfencej ha sit nil try tu (tlrcrt it
well. Of coure, tie laborer whether with head or hand
is woftnyor ms hire.
New Watches, new Clocks. a lot of aeod Jewelrv.a full
a u Or (merit nf llniaf for Wiitrhi. Iiialdw unrl niifiMn
.n.l f'llr .IminUns. . 1
monand silver framed spectacles; glassts for spectacles
to suit when no spectacles will t Sewinf Mschinea two
.fiT.'SUT, ' tCl4tC"" oa
,e""'' "" '""""b, " zlM.riv.cr,.
I fttnnm.v..,.. t. t ient
"4IE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK.
IN AIX ITS BRANCHES.
MISS ELI HA AOTON.
CAREFULLY RtVIlID ST MRS. 8. J. HALE.
It MU 3m llowtochospeRllklnrfi'ofMeals.Ponilry
and Game.witn atl tlio vnrlous and most
approved modes of dressing and cooking
lifer ftnd Pork ! alio the best nud Im
plcstway of salting, pickling and curing
H7tlt$ Vv All the various and most approved modes
ofurcising, cooxing, nn.i nomng diuuou
I,anib, Veal, Poultry and Game of all
kinds, with thn different Dressings, Ora
vies, and Stuirtngs appropriate tn each.
It Teltt Yen How to rlmose, tlenn, and preserve FUli
of nil kinds.and how to sweeten it when
tainted i also nil the various and most
approved modes of cookfng, with the
different Pressings, fauces, and Flavor
Ings appropriate to tacit.
ivttt You All tin- i-nrlmi urn) mrtst nnnrnved model
of preparing over fifty ditlVrtnt kinds of
Meat, ISrotlis, and Piews, with thu rcl
If lies ami Sraaoninga appropriate tn each
7 1V All tlio various and most approved mdcs
of cooking Vcgetnldss of e ery descrlp
tlon.alno how tn prepare l'ickles.tiatsups
and Curries of all kinds, Potted Meats
Fish, Game. Mushrooms. &c
Tt tilt Yen All the tnrious and most ftppmvcd.modcs
of preparing and conking nil kinds o
Plain and fancy Piistry.tl'itddiugs. Om
Mrtte' Fritters. Cakes Confectionary.
Preserves, Jellies, and sweet dishes of
It Ttlt$ ? All the various and most approved modes
of mnhlnir llread. Husk. Minl.ni. and
Itisrult, thu best mtthod of preparing
Cniffc. Chocolate Jrand Ten, and how to
make Syrups, Cordials, and Wines of
it 7Vs rM How to set outnnd ornament n table, how
to Carve nil kinds offish, flesh or Fowl,
and in short.how to so simplify Iho
whole art of Cooking as to bring tho
choicest luKiirics urine muic wunin cv
The bonk contains 4lfJ pages, and tin ward t of twelve
hundred Recipes, nil of which arc the results of actual
eupcricnc. having been fully and carefully tested under
the personal superintendence of the writers. It Is prin
ted in nrlear nnd open type, is illustrated with nnpro
prinlu engravings, and will he forwarded to any address,
neatly biutnd, and postage paid, on receipt of the price.
9iuu, or inTioin, extra,
$1000 A YEARS
" ing men eve
rvn here. In setlins the above work, onr inducement to
all sut h being very liberal.
i nr single copies oi the hook, or tor terms iu ngunis,
vt ith oth-r information, nppty l or address
JOHN U. FOTTF.Il, Puh'Micr.
No, 617 Hnn-uiii Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
November 3, lfGO (Iin
VO YOU WJIKT milSKKHS I
DO YOU II'MT milSKERS t
DO YOU IVANTJt MUSTACIIF.l
DO rOU HHAT- MUiTMIWI
2V the Wliiikcrs and Hair.
I-lin suliscrllters tiko )ileaHrc In nnnnunclnft to the
Citizens of tlie United Mutes, that thuy have oli
tallied thu Agency for, nnd urj now piiabled to ofTdrto
the American public, the ubovc Justly ceUbruted and
Tlie rJliiimlaling Unguent is jin'parcd by Dr. C 1' ncl.
Ingham, an eminent physician of lindon, nnd is wnr
runted to brih; out a thick set or Wliiskels or n Mils
liicha in from three to ix necks. This nrtiilv is the
only one of the kind nseilby the French, and in Loudon
and 1 oris it is in universal use.
It is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating
compoond, acting as if by magic upon the roots, cuus
ing a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to
thu scalp, it will cure baldness, nnd cause to sptlng up
In place of the bald spots a line grovtth of new liair.
Applied according to directions, It will turn red or towy
h'jir dark, and restore crav lililr to its orlelool color.
) leaving It soft, smooth. and flexible. The "Unguent" is
! nn indispensable article In every Kcutlem.-in's toilet, ami
nuerone weca-s use tiiey noma not isr any consmeru
tmn bo without it.
T!i3 subscribers are the only Agents for the article in
the United states, to whom all orders must beadilrts.cd.
Trice t)na Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and
Uenl rs : or a box of tho "Unguent" (warranted to have
the ilesiredelfect) wi.l he sent to any one who dceireit,
uy iu.iii oir-'Ci;, securely pni'Keu, 01, receipt ni price unu
postage, 31.1. App'y to or addres.
iioiiAtx l. iii:oi:man ucq.
El William direct, New York.
February 23. IPCl-fm.
mif !ivm SAP 3"ifiBS
Tlu undersiiTiied lesn'-ctfully Informs tlie citizcin f
itiotiinsiiurtr. nnu tin nuouc in uenera . irr.it iui ii.is nur
cli.tsed the .V;r .'' yiVllR, in the u hits Iraiiic store
noiise, on fliain ctrcct, nearly oppctt-itu tlm I.icliauiic
HUMuiuus, wuk'ru no n.is jusi reccneti a rpienuiu as'
CITY HATS AND CAPS,
Direct from the Mauufactnr es. of all kinds. Ftvl n. sort
ami six's, latest i.isiutiiis,iiicii he oiutt wiioieeaic ainl
retail, nt very low prices.
.."ThQsd Goods will be sold at very low prices, for
ucaiir l ay,
JOHN K. GIKTOV.
Illoomsburi?, October 27, 1SC0.
THE FOUNTAIN HOTEL.
(FtiuMnaLY Tilt; mahison iioiihi)
Second $trcet,bettcetn Marlcft and.lrrfi, Philaaeljhta,
W. 0. FOUNTAIN.
IHIrt noteiis now open inr tne .reeep.tou or
visitors. Ilhas leiti it-itiied nnd rfhiruirhed
thro ishitu I. for the better iHL-titnmndatton "f cueMr
'tndhftrtrriers. Its loralion is in the very centre e
uie uusiness) pornon 01 uiu cuy. noard, si -J I
OUNAMUNTAL IKON WORKS,
No. 222 Gallowhill St., below Third,
Iron Rniling for Parks, Cemeteries, Vcram'ai, Elcps.&c.
.ii a re it lu, joi)Vj-m.
Pays the entire cost for Tuition in the most popular and
successful Commercial School in the country. Upward
01 iwtive iiunareu young men irotn iweniy-cigni n in-
i-riin ciaies,uau uecn caucaiea lor uusiness Here Willi'
In the past three years, some of uhmn hate been cm
pioyca as houk Keepers ai suarios vi
SaOOO.OO per Annum,
iinmcdlatelyupon graduating, who knew nothing of ac
counts when they entered the College.
imnmcrs sons nan price, tiuiientt enter at any
tliiH'.and review when they plase.withont extra charge.
For Catalogue of Hi paces. Specimens of Prof. Cowley's
I'lisincssand Ornamental Penmanship, uud a large lin
graving of the College, inclose twenty-five cents In post
age Stamps to the Principals.
JUNKINd it SMITH, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jan. 5, IHfll-ly.
One Hundred Tons of Cayuga Lake
AT THE OATTAWISSA MILLS.
ffllKundersisned would respectfully inform the pub
J. He generally that they have on hand a large amount
CAYUGA LAKE PLASTER,
all of which they ofTer for sale.ln large or sma 1 (.untitles
upon thu most reasonable terms. Persons wMiltig a
good article of platter would do well to call nnd exam
ine this before purchasing elsewhere.
O. W, M'KLLVY fc CO
Cattawissa, Jan. 30 18(11 3m.
TINWARE li PTOVE SHOP.
TIIC undersigned respectfully Informs his old friends
and customers, that he has purchased his brothers
interest in the above i'stublihmeiittnnd thu concern will
uereaner dq con au etc a by mmseircxclustvely.
He has just received und offers for sale, the larff
.SjQ est and most extensive assortment of FANCY
.Mil STOVES ever introduced into this market.
Tftl His stock consitts of a complete assortment of
mo oesi t;ooninji ana panor stoves in tne marKct, togeth
er with Stove Fixtures tf every description. Oven and
Hox Stoves, Radiators, Cylindar Stoves, (Tast Iron Air
Tight stoves, Caunon Stoves, Ate., ice. Stovepipe and
i urn are cuiiBiauiiy uu iiauu anu inatiuiaciurea to oruer,
All kinds of renalrlnir done, as usual, on short notlrp.
The patronage of old friends und new customers re
spuciiuny soiicitea. a. 31. RUPKRT.
Ill oom burg, November 3d l&CO. tf.
Nos. 0, 11, 13 and 1 3 Courtlaml etrcet,
IID.AIVU, si ou ru.ii iAX,
May 1. IRJS
rPO PAltMEltS 60.000 UAliKELS
L ruuimcnu, nuueny tne unit manufacturing
Co.. for sale in lots to suit nurchaiera. Tlii i thn
ciibfkst rivRTiuzER in Market. A3 worth will man urn
t nil nrrit tit rnrll. uritl Irsfrf-BBA tlm rmn Cnm nna th..l
' ,., I A ... 1 1 I . ! II '.
unlike guano, neither Injure the seed nor land. A pain
nhtet. with satl'factorv evideuca and full rmrtlruljir-o
I p.l...,.- ,-tfi i-L. j
HEAR WnAt THE rEOPLE BAT.
Tl.s undersigned bsvlng Hied nr.f5.V.Sr .,,C1,rI.IIlIjTS
SriXiriO IIOMIEOPATIUO KEMEDlia In our J"l's
with tho most sulir.ctory results, and hating full con".,
denco In thrlr gemilueucK, parity, and elllcsey, cheerfully
reenmmend Ibem to all persons irbo ljh to hsro ssre, re
liable, and elujatlous remedies at hind for pilrsU or do-
""ttitf iter. Win. llnsiner, alitor at " Tl Northern Inde
pendent," Auburn. N. V.I th. IteY. K. It. Cresiey, In.,
Ilcclor of SU reter's Clmrch, Auburn, N. V. l the Rev. n. I.
lre, Clisplsln ef Iho Auburn Plsle Prison) the Rev.
Slneer M. Itlce, Hector, Neir-Deilford, M1 the neT.
Allen Steele, Nesr-Vork Conrerenee I the Rev. Ssmufl
Nichols, Kn.t Oenese, Conference, N. T.J the Rev. I. B.
Prnlt, Donct, Vt. I tho Iter. John K. Roble, nuffshi t A. u.
Marl,' U.0, title. N. Y. I the Hon Neal I o, Portia;.
Me. the lion. Sebujler Colfsx, Soulh-Ilend, Ind. I he Hon.
(leorge Hnmpbrers, N. V. t Henry D. Cook, Kso ., , Wltr of
Tho Ohio Plxlo Journal, Columbus, Ohio t the Hon, Ik li.
Graham, Molhie. tll.l the Hon. Thorns. J. CM.e HonH.
cello. Hi.) the Iton. Joseph llenedlct, t Ilea, N. . i Win.
Ilrlslol. r. . tlllea, N. Y. t A. S. Pornl, V'., Itlca, . T. I
James nunkett, r-sq., So.litllle, Tenn.
MST OF STCCIHO IIEMF.DIES.
No. 1.Tr Kever, Congcsllon, and Inllimmstlon.
No, t. for Worm Tever, Worm Colle, Wi lling the Red.
No. 8. For Colle, Crying, Teething, au.l Wakefulneis of
'"Solt. For Diarrhea, Cliolera Infantum, and Summer
No.'b Kor Rillf, nriplng., Disenlery, or IlloMy rial.
No. 0. Kor Cholera, Choler. Morbus, Vomlllng.
No. ,. For Coughs, Cold., Influenta, and Sore Tliroak
No. . For Toollvnche, Kaee ache, and Neurslcls,
No. 0. For Headache, Vertigo, Ileal and Fullness or the
"no.- 10. Drspsrsu rills For Weak and Deranged
Stomach, Constipation, and Liver Complnliit.
No. 11. Fob Fk at, latodLirir.., Scanly, Talnful, or
Snppre.se! Periods. ,
No. 12. For lueorrhea, Trofuie Menses, and Rearing
Down of Females. . . ., ,
No. IS. For Croup, Hosrie Conch. Hid Rrenthlng.
No. 14. Sil.T Kir.cit flU-For Krjslpelas, frupllons,
Pimples on the Fnce,
No. 1.rc Ruscil itio Piu.a For Piln, I.amene.., or Sore
ness In the Chest, lUek, lolm, or Minln.
A.-For Fever and Ague, Chill Feier, Dumb Ague, Old
P. For File., HIM or Weeding, loleroal or External.
O For Sore, We ik, or lnllame.l Ky e. an I Krellds 1 Fall-
'"c! FoCatarr'h.'of long (finding or recent, tiller srlu
CDStrueuon or proiuse oiscnargc. .
w. C For Whooping Cough, .baling lis Tlolenee ana
,n .o Ai.... .neb a. Fevers, lnflarotnatlons.
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Croup, Rheumatism, and such erup
tive diseases as Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Erysipelas, th,
advantage of giving tho proper remedies promptly is ob
vious, and In all such cases the specUcs act like a charm.
The entire disease Is olten arrested at once, and In all cases
tbe violence of the attack Is moderated, th, disease short
ened, and rendered less dangerous,
rc.nci.. .n,i Pni.i. whir), are of such freaaent occurrence,
and which so often lay tho foundation of diseased lungs,
bronchitis and consumption, may an oc msuibw.
the Fever and vougn mis.
In all chronle diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Weak Stomach.
Constipation, Liver Complaints, Flies, Femsle Debility, anil
i..n.in.i,tB. ni.i lt.o.i.rh... Hor. or Weak Eves. Catarrh.
Salt Ilheum, and other old eruptions, the case baa specifics
whose proper application will afford a cure In almost every
Instance. Often the cure of a single chronlo difficulty, such
as Dyspepsia, Piles or catarrh, jieaaacne or semsi. ,..
ness, has more than paid for the case ten times over.
Caie of 20 vials complete, In merocco, ana Book
Case of 20 vials, and Book, plain
f. 1H sni.intcsiissMl Imim li nil llrtfiV ......
Case of 6 boxes, numbered, and Book X
Plntfe numbered boxes, with directions 25 ceoti.
Gli. loiLri Ksre. wltt, .llrortlnn. (0 Cent I.
Large case ot 2 ox. vlali, for planters and phyBlclani.,..tl5
j ' ALSO SPECIFICS.
Fob AbtokI or Patntsio. Oppressed, Pimcult, Labored
Breatldng, attended with uougn aoa wptcwrauon. siicr,
Pea Ear DiscuincM ihd Piifhess. Dlicharges frera the
v., ,i, -H.,it nr fli-nrtot JVvfp. Mc&ilcs. ot Mercurials.
For'Nolics In the Head, Hardness of Hearing, and Ringing
In the Ears, and Ear ache. Trice. &0 cents per box.
vv-i Rcnnrrt VntTc xt fjl&ndfi. Fnlanred and Icdurat
ed Tonsils, Swellinns and OM Ulcers, Scrofulous Cachexy of
tmniren. i-nce, ou tcuia pvr u.
For Gkseral Dkbilitt. Thyslcal or rferreus TTeaknesi.
FJtl.er the result of Sickness, Excessive Medication, or Lx
V,....ll niaatiavcM Prll-K RO CCntjl tifx tlO.
For DRorsT. FluM Accumulations, Tumid 8 ffeUlngf,Uh
Bcanty Secretions. Trice, 00 cents per dot.
v,.o s,i.sipmr.-Deathlv Blcknesi. Vertleo. Nausea,
Vomiting. Bkkness from rl-Ung or motion. Trice, &0 cents
rFORUai!tAiiT nsKASis. For Gravel, Renal Calculi. Diffi
cult, Talnful Urination, Diseases of the.Kldnejs. Trice, M
cents per box.
Pad Gruiltl VwiRAIIVtS TriToliint ftTT DlSCharCCI UTttl
Consequent Prostration and Debility, Bad Results of Evil
IISDUS. A(iemn buu clui-iciiv itusvuj i""",
and may be relied upon as a cure. Trice, with full direc
tions, 1 per box. . . -
P.Mnn. mrin a lull tn r.1 thftTHClTM UndCf Ul6 MO If I
slonal care, or to seek advice of Trof. Hcmpbrkyb, ean dc
so, at Ma office 2 Broadway, daily from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M.
or by letter.
OUR REMEDIES BY MAIL.
Look over tho list; make up a case of uliat kind you
choose, and Inclose the amount ln a current note or stamps
by mall to our address, at No. &3 Broadway, New-York,
and the medlclna 1U be duly returned by mall or exprrw,
AOENTSWANTED. We desire to active, efficient Agent
for the sale or our Remedies tn every town or community
to tte United Btatei. Address Dr. F. HUMPHREYS A Co.
No 162 BaoiDwiT. Nbw.Yobl
Sold by E. T LUTZ.Agent, uiouiuit.ui XJa,
April 7, leOO.
A0K10ULTU HAL WAREHOUSE.
Nos, 21 J 23, South Sixth statt mar
the State 11 vse.
I'EV floors nf this specious building, erected etprcsrfy
fur the proprietor's trade, are stored with weds and
Implements of interest to farmers and gardeners.
Sixtv Years HsTADUMun. Tlio suhscritiers desire lo
call, tlu attention, of every one luterceted in farming
and gardening tu thuir well selected stock of Agricultu
Warranted Garden and Flower Seedi Orase and Ftcld
SLtdi, of the mott relable quality.
The Agricn-turul Implements sold by tis aro mostly
manufactun d nt our sti'iim works, Ilrintol pa.
Hai ing fitted up our establishment without regard to
exeite, with the mobt complete machleiicry for the
manufacture of various kinds of agricultural Implement)'
wu are now prepared to supply all articles in this line
fully erjual, if not superior, tu an thing of thu kind ever
before otf'red to tlm public
Landnth's warranted Garden Seeds have been before
thu public for urfwardsnf Mxty years ; their wide spread
popularity, and the increasing demand from yeur to j ear,
are thii best cveidenccs of their superiority over all
Country merchants can he supplied with seeds In pa
pers, or in bulk, on the inoift liberal terms.
Illoomsdale, near Ilrintol, Pa nur garden seed grounds,
contains threo hundred and seventy acres, and is the
largest t-btublishmciit of Its kind in tho world.
II. LANDRUTH At SON,
,'o$. 21 53 SuthSiith trrett Phxla-ltiphia,
ID" Landrcth's Rural Register and Almanac for 16C0.
containing a Farm, G,irden und Green House Calandar
ior every montii in inc year, can tic iiau graUt,u$on per
Bouni or putt paia application.
January 21, lcHiU y.
TIIC OIRAItn LIFF. t.VSVJIAAVE. AXXUITr AXD
TRUST UOMPAXr Of PUIUtllKU'lllA.
orricE. so. 40 (.HuThur TRj
CAT1TAL (paid up.) S300 UOO.
pONTINUEto inako INSURANCES ON LIVES on
L the most reasonable terms.
The cnpitnl buinn paid up anil investeil, tonellur with
a Inryo ami constantly increasing reserved fund,otlVrs
a perfect security to the insured.
Tli'i preioiuniii. must bo paid J early half yearly, or
The Company add a BONUS periodically to tho in.u.
riiucea of hie. The FIRST llON'US appropriated in De.
ccniber, IrML the SKCOXD I10XUS In Dtceiulier. le
the THIRD UONUS in December, Itfil.nud the FOUUTH
HONUS In December, lu. "uwiii
Dt7These nddillons are made without requirin- any i
inrrense in the premiums to bo paid lo the Company
The follow inc are a few examples from tho ltsil.t.r
bonus to be inrreaseu
by future additions.
forms of application, and further Information can be'
found at the- otticc.
. .. . THOMAS RIDGEWAV, rreildent.
J NO. F. Jasies, .leisure.
F. C. lliiBlsof. FJani'inr jVi!i fa' AT'" ''"''
October 10, Hri7-ly,
STOVE AND TIN-WA11E SHOP,
.JsTHE undersigned would Inform th. citizen. 0f
I Uloomiburf and vklnlly, that he haslust re.
flgt cive,i and onv" f'" on "f he inosteilensiv.
. w.p,i,vi. oi 1.1'un.inuann rAKUf STOVES
ever introduced into this m.rk.t i-h s?h.i.,nn, v..'
luuibus, Jamei Robband Clobeare anions the first class'
cooklnj Stovcs.all of which are air llsht and (a. burners
His t'erlor itnves are hand.oino ami n. n..T..,. "
tied. AL"0-rartlcular attention I, paid to Tln-Waro
and louse Bpoutiui. upon short n.tice. All kinds of
repalrlnt will be done with neatness and despatch
uuu,,,, i'iuuuc .eii in exenange for work.
Boovn.burt.Oct.J.IeCO, l',IILI' ' m
TRUNKS I TKUNKS!!
rpllU largest, best handsom
.r. r, unu cneapesi assort
ment of Sole Leather solid
Riveted Traveling Trunks,
Ladies Bonnet S; Dress Trunk
iwiuiuren s uoacfies, t'ropt.
Iflpi. Illlhdf C. . t,1 ' 1 MAH ((,1 t"STS.
I Packing Truuks &c &c, a &&
I .nimttio ,.. .
!f '' ,0Jif"5.r ?"J "'("!K-. mK
. f qui n ana .tiAtKM, rinlifl
Bum Ronus or
$.'200 J-K-7 50
3I)(, 1IU0 00
KHI 100 00
am ui oo
A..,nin.... .,.,.. . .
p HEAT WORK ON THE HOB E'
Tho IIoisc and his Disc -fitttf.
UY ROBERT JENNINGS, V. 8.
Professor of Pat hofogy and ohcra live &rv
gery in the Vttcrmary wucge vj a .
adclphici) ttc. etc, ,
I rails oi m vsrr'us uict-u -ji
fean, Asiatic, Aflrtrnn and American
lorsen, with tho pliysicnl lormallo
and the peculiarities nfthe animal,
and how to ascertain his age by thst
uumber and condition f his teeth;
IlliiGtrated with numerous c ibis usu
ry cngravinf s.
The Hone and his Dmam
WILL TELL YOVOf Breeding, Dreoklrtg, itabllnf fetd-
"s, Rrooming, anoeinr, anu ins xen
eral management of the horse, with
the best modes of administering mad
cine, also, how to treat biting, kick
Inc renrinr, ihylRg, stumbllnf , crib
Bltltii, Uestlessness.and other vices
tonhiohlio Is subject with numtc
out explanatory engrrvlngi.
Tic Horse and his Diseases
WILL 7F.KL rOtfOfiho causes, epmptoms, an4 Treat
mem oi Dirsnt ics, core i nroai, uis
temper. Catarrh. Influenza, rronrhlt
tls, Pneumonia, rleurly,Hroken Wind
Chronic Uouch.Roarlng and IVttlatHnr
I.ainp.is, Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and
Pccoycd Teeth, with other dtseasss of
the Mouth and Respiratory Organs.
Tfie Horse and his Dscasts
IVtLL TELL YOU Of the rausca symptoms, and Treat
meniri ivonnp, hois, i,omc, rirangu
lotion, Ptony eoncrtlons, Ruptures,
Palsy, l)larrhrn, JautMlcc, Hepatlr
rhic.i.ninody Urlne,t?tones in the Kid
neys and Uladdef, lnflatoatlon, nnd
other diseases of tho Vtnmarh, Bovr
eli. Liver and Urinary Organs.
The Horse ind his Wsrases
H'ILL TELL YOY Of the names, rymploms, and troat.
Bit? ni ot none, iimoii ana nog, ppavin.
Ring Hone, Bweenlc, Ptrnln, broken
Knees, Uind Oafls, Founder, Sole
Prill e and Gravel, Cranked Hoofs,
Scratches, Canker. Thrush, and Corns
also, of Mepriin, Vertigo. Kpilepty,
StflRgcrs.and other diseases of the fest
Legs and Head.
The Hone and his Diseases
WILL TELL YO U Of lh causes, symptoms, and Trent
mentor riiuia, roll UUI, Glanders,
Farcy, Scarlet Feven ange, Huriert
Lci'kcd Jaw, Rheinnatisiiif Cramp,
flails. Diseases of the Lje and Heart,
&c, Ate, and how to managa Calra
tion, liveeding, Trcpliinning, Rowel
ling; Firing, Hernia, Amputation.trip
ping, nnd other surgical opeiattons.
The Horse and his Jbinosts
WILL TELL YOU Ot n&rey's Method nf taming Horsos
now io approacu. na'ter, or stable a
Colt, how to ncuitnm a lurse tu
strange sounds and tghts, anu how
toi'it, Saddle. Ride, and t'reok him to
Harness; also tlu form and law of
Warranty. Thsnholo being thu re
suit of more thin fifteen years' careful
study orthe habits, peculiarity, w ants
and weakness of this noble and usuful
Thn book contains Utinascn, ftrmroniato'v Hluitmtft
hy nearly One Hundred Encra, iocs. It is printed in a
clear and open type, a rid wlllhcfiiruished to nny address
P'iMtiige pal J. on receipt of price, half bound , 91,14), or.ln
riiiu, exirn. i.'.
$1000 A V EAR fy"
iotn, extra, vi.vo ti
ran be made
z men ;r.
ryhnrc. In selling thn above and other popular works
imurs. L'ur tnuuccincnia nu amii an excteamgiy,
For sinple copies of Iho Rook, or for terms to agenM
,vith other iufurmatiim, apply to or aldrss
JOHN Ii. POTTi R. Publi her.
No. CI? Sanson, e'trcet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Nov 17, IPCO-Cm.
SEWING MAC HIXVI2.i
PATENTED MARCH 9, 1853.
PRICE $10 EACH,
iE.SSItS.ZUPPlNCEIl ft ROUDlNS.nr Moomaburg.
VI lia ing pur'liised the exdualzi right of the above
valuable livnR(vicii;nEirPATfcNr Sfawmo .MALttiik, for
tweountynf Columbia, will be happy to supply thvrr
.riemls witli the arti.le for the aciuunuodatlon of them
it'lvcs and familitts. The following are some of the su
.KTior advantages this iiuplvment possesses over any
vur yet ottVri'd to the iiublii. Viz:
1. It sews from 4 JO to UNI stitches per minute, thus
aving both time and labor in the operation.
-1. Its I'liimtni'tioii is so plain and simple, with any
hiiiL lt-.ef.iiruxnge.it is easy kept in order and will
live i utirc natM'd lion.
:i, Oivi ufthJ most valuable features of this Ma-Iiine(
id the snialtiiess aud tin roiupni tm-ss of its mcr hauliin.
4. I 'iiabte-thread Mat hhi's.are always ihlFi ulttonmti
g.i, ami very unhandy in threading, but this Mn lilne Is
asl r tiireuded than cvi.ii n lummoii needle.
o. u run do aitai lieu to a hoard, table nr stand, In cp.
eratiugordi-r, and deta hed in los than half a minute.
ti. It gr.atly ecimumizes tlu thread, and yet, produces
a nunm, suth i"iitly strung for any work for whi'h His
d 'Ktiued, a miuliricaiion not known to other sewing Ma
7, Nn hriimn hind is capable In producing a seam a
ft-'gulnr ami Bjati'iimiic,
t. Among tlu array of Patent Sawing Machines, there
in none o ( hjuj, an 1 durable as Raymond's Patent, but
no Machiui is adapted to all Unds of work ascxperience
tt. The operator can Kliapc his seam, just as he pleases,
waves, leaves and flower, lie, t an be represented or
10. It is particularly adapted to all kinds of stitrhhiB;
-eit'k ns gentlemen's shirtit, boaoins, ristbands, collars,
U.,-and oil kinds of Ladies sewing, including silks.
law ns, delaines, calii tut. &c, exrepting for men's hea vv
tvciir, this Sl-vhine Is rather too light nf construction.
11. Hut all thu foregoing advantage!, though real w
tiii'in selves, dw indie into irislgiiiilcni.ee. when compared
w ththe priserratioiiofhralth, being n saving of both
aiMir ami eyfijht, nud lenvcgtho operator without sloop
ing, and U enabled to perform his work, octupyinc a na
tural position. 1 '
r-itrT rvtrie.p undersigned, at their respective
re'sidin-rs, in Itloomsbnrg, who will put the maihin m
operation and give all necessary instrm lion.
ni . UANICLW.ROIIBINS.
Dloomfburg, May 12, IPCO.
GIIICULTUUAL k SEED WARE-
IliVI.O KtXOVCD TIIC
RAL 4- SEED IPAREUOUSE,
rromthi North En-t Cnrnsr or Siventh anil Mark.
Streets to his NEW STAND, No. 1120 M AHK V.T ST.
OFTOoiTB THE FARMERS' MARKET
Offers for sale, as heretofore, at reasonable pricrneverr
description of " 1 '
Improved Aurlcultural nnd Horticultural Implement.,
Warranted Fresh and Genuine Field, Garden and Flow
er Sjeds, In jrcat tariety. Also, No. 1 l'eruvraro Cov
eriiinent Guano, nnd otlu r reliable Fertilizer. foirGras.
ami LraliH.rops,rriiit and Ornamental Trees and Shrub
bery, rhoice Everjreen., Roses, Dahlias, tc
lie solicits acontinuanco of frrmer custom.
upphS'n8"d' N"""y Ca"'loEu' ""'"'shea'
..... TASCIIAI.L MORRIfl,
Atrieultursl and Beed Warehouse, No. It Market
r?trict,opposlle the rarmers' .Market.
lauuary III, Idtil.
NEW OAKKIAGE ESTABLISHMENT.
, .. .. ., . ,;-v BLOoxsouna.
In He ,e Vrtek Three St,r Varriit FaeUry, an Main
,., . , Moid JUarlet.
T t!!i Sin' V'"ulJ r"P""!' announce lo tin
J. public, that he lias commenced the
.rttt. UAIlKIAUrC &
(2fc? WAGON MAKING I1U.I
- . BINI'BS.
J, ' . t inus branches, lie I, prepared to execute
e n,,iui... i .. I . . .. pi.eni mi ussorin enct
I finished work wh c ill purchaser, will KnH .
d outage to call and eainiue.
... , , , j , RKPAIRIXa.
H ill bo done in thn mn.l n , .nJ ...
and upon terms which cannot fail to eive ,"t sfacuor."
in v . . T11AW1)11IDGE A. WILI.ON.
Illoomsburj, April 2. 1853. '
Good Shoeiug ami (lit up Smillilng.
At the Old stand, on tho hill, above tho Rail Road m ill
Its various branches, at low r,lce. indon an enlaVtell
scale, and ioliclt. the public patronat" ""r5en
Bloom.bur,, Jan. 5, ISM- Bl'"'"
FKBD'K BROWN, JR., '
CHEP1JST & ORUgGIST.
Niuth and lltfsliitit streets,
orrosiTt the "cinao iiocsz,"
E7- AMERICA, FREXC1I. AAEXOLw"'!
CUEJIIiais AXD DRUGS.
Ein Da UoLOom, of the best distiller,.
IImt LaausB Tooth Bapsius, of all sites and styles.
DwTirairis St Tooth IVasuh of approved kind,.
Hist Eaousu lina Bacsiiis. r
LoMis of all kinds, UurTulo, India Rubber, 4.e., ic.
FojtiM, roa in. lUia-Lubin's. Coudrays and M.l
enet i, lee,, lie. Tina Ila.a'i Oil.
rvK Coin Son. W.t from Fordain Fountalni.
Ho inpSopt with choice Syrups.
FRED'K BROWN, It...
Aujuiti, JBOO-J' r' 9li 1"d Cb"1"1" S"
) ' PUb best luolasccs for tie prico in tha
J X Counti fot sii, at n.RTCiWg,