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lit Hat ly Ikt Plough ttontd Ikrlti.
lltnltlf must either Md or dritt.
Moss on Meadows. Harrow tlio hic
dow in both directions, so as to tear up aa
much of tlio moss as you can, ami tlion
top-dress it with ivoll rotted mnnuro of
ashes and plaster, or with 200 pounds of
Double Pinks. Tho journal of tlio
Paris Horticultural Society states that an
experienced Italian cultivator of flowers
has discovered llOW to distinguish between
.... ,,. i
KlllglC nun uuuuiu put lis 111 1110 SCCUllllg
Etato. TI1030 having, as usual but two
leaves,, will be single, while thoso having
three lcavc3( will produce doublo flowers.
Ho considers this infallible.
"What Branch op AanicuLTunE
tvill Pay ?" Tho Minnesota Fanner and
Gardener says this is tho great question
of tho day at tho West, and the general
.answer is, to "raiso les3 wheat and more
stock, horses, sheep, sorghum, flax, cct."
It is thought that sheep and wool growing
afford good promise of proGta.
When to Plant Coiin. Juilgo Buell
used to teach that tho proper time to plant
com is when the npplo is bursting its blos
som, buds. A writer in tho Country
Gentleman says ho and others always go
by that rulo, and always havo good, full
crops of grain and stalks. The reason is
that then tho ground is warm enough to
cause speedy germination and growth.
Pruning a Climiii.no Rose. In pru
ning a climbing rose, ali tho very strong
nnd vigorous shoots of a year should bo re
served, and all weak and decayed ones, as
well as old shoots exhausted by abundant
flowering, should bo cut away. It should
also bo an object to get good strong shoots
as low down towards tho roots as possible,
as the finest flowers, coming fromtho stron
gest shoots, aro thereby equally diffused
.over the whole plant.
Packing Eaas roil Lono Journeys.
The best substance for packing eggs that
havo to bo sent lou distances, by rail or
otherwise, especially if intended forgetting,
is the husks of buckwheat, liran and grain
are full of dust, and should not bo used
unless each egg is rapped in paper. These
substances aro also apt to pack, and the
package becomes one solid mass. There
is no elasticity, and the constant jars break
the delicate membrane which suspends tho
yolk in tho shell, and tho egg is "killed.''
lEXCE Posts. The ' Ohio Farmcr'says :
(5Iany years ago we wero building a new
fence, and when setting our posts, wo satu
rated that part which wo placed in the
ground, and about ouo foot above, with coal
tar, rosin, and lime. The proportions
were about eight parts of tar and one of
lime ; and sixteen of tar to one of rosin.
Wo melted tho rosin beforo mixing, but
tho lime wo put in as wo brought it from
the kiln. Those post3 are now nearly all
of them sound and good,although the timber
was asorry mixture of ba3svood,bcach,oak,
chestnut and maple."
A Pleasant Fertilizer tor Garden
Plants, Many persons, particular ladies,
dislike to uso the ordinary fertilizers from
the barn or poultry yard, on flowers and
other houso plants. "One who knows"
fiends tho following for tho Agriculturist,
which is good ndt only to stimulate house
plants, but for out-door plants of almost
every kind. Dissolve half to three quar
ters of an ouuco of sulphate of ammonia
(obtained cheaply at tho druggist,) in one
gallon of water. Apply it ouly once a
week, and then ouly to growing plants.
It may bo used with great bcucfit on beds
of strawbcriics, on peas on dwarf pears,
grapo vines, dahlias, and for all kinds of
pot-plants. This mixturo increases the
eizo of tho foliage of plants, and gives a
dark, shining green colour. Tho flowers
nlso are improved in proportion. And,
not least important, this fertilizer will do
NA T It ONA COAL 0 I L 1
WARRANTED NON EXI'LOSIVEI
snd S'ual to any KEROSENE.
WHY buy an explosive Oil, when a few eenta more
per uallou is ill furnish you Kith u perfect Oil t
Made only by
PA. SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
No. 127 Walnut t-trcet, PHILADELPHIA.
reby.S!.'., uai, I year.
(Lato White Swan,)
RACE STREET, ABOVE THIRD
D. 0. SIEGIlfsrT FnorniETOn. '
Formerly f 1 om Eagle Hotel Lebanon, Pa
T, V. RIIOADS, Clerk,
Murch a'J, JeC2-liin.
IMPORTEIl OF ALL KINDS OF
MANUFACTURER OF JEWELRY,
No. 441 North Second Street,
Nor. 16, 1681.
MbdIc Buear and Molastea. wanted at this office.
Also-Oraln, Produci'.&cwhichour friends will obllrs
by dellvtring at utuul for Iho family, notwithstand
ing Uw abtsnee of the Editor, Keep llio jaachinu mor.
Mirth e, liii.
ThOso Ij.ilDniiiig Vatlci'
sickness can nt onto relieve tlotinaclvci from the thou.
mid maladies that flesh la heir to, If limy w 111 only
follow tlio counsels of nnttiro, mid tnke thu medicine,
which best nsslsts licr In Iter operations, Tlint inedl
rliio la the Vcgctnblo Llfo Medicines of Dr. MorrxT,
Moffat's Life Pills
Tliesn Medicine have now been tieforo tho public fot
n period of years, mid during that time lmro main,
tnlncd n high character in almost every fart of tlio
globe for the extraordinary curative properties which
Mortal's Life Pills.
Mntr.it'i l.lfo Plllsnro Indebted for tholr name tnthnlr
manifest and smslblo action In purifying the springs
mid channels of life, mid en (ulng thorn w Itli renewed
tnim end vigor i and to the undoubted fait that nt a very
only part in Ihclr history, they had mscm-d sufferers
from the very verne of an untimely grave, perfectly se
curing to them lint uniform enjoyment of health, w lib
nut which life Itseir is tut n partial Messing, So great
indeed had llieir efficacy iuvarlnhly proved, that It was
scatcely less than miraculous to thosu who were mine
iunluted Willi the tuautlful philosophical principles
upon which tlicy were rompounded, and upon which
they conaeijuently net.
MOFFAT'S PIICEN1X BITTERS.
Mortal's Phoenix Hitters aru so called, hecausc they
possess the power of restoring tho expiring embers of
licnllh ton glowing vigor throughout the constitution,
as the Phoenix is snld to bo restored to life from Iho
U , 1
n?hea of Its own dissolution. W
Mercurial Diseases. There Is probably no one nrlicle
given ns a medicine, the inluclous use of ulilch has
caused sucli wl.IC'spreau miu icrriuiu miscuiei 10 inu .
human system ns mercury. Its poison iiuks ueep 11110
the system, penetrating tho siibstauco of the bones, and
producing n long train of painful diseases. It la well
Known that many nll'ections of the throat, of the bones,
or tne nose, aim maiignuui sores, miiicii nnvu i-uun at
tributed to syphilis, nro so often caused by tho Injudi
cious use of mercury, so that the remedy has proved
worso than the Jlsoasc.
LIFE PILLS AND PIKENIX nUTTCRS.
Tho Llfo Pills nnd Plioenix Hitlers have always been
signally sutccsbful in this class of diseases, and Hill
eradicate all tho cll'ects of mercury from thu system,
sooner than tlio most powerful preparations of sarsu
parllla. They aid nature in casting from the system nil
poisonous matter, and by thus purifying tho vital fluids,
they restore the sytcni to health.
llillous Complaints. A well regulated and propor
tionate quantity of bile upon tho stomach is always re
quisite for the promotion of sound health it stimulates
digestion, and keeps the intestinal r 11 mil tree from nil
obstructions. On the Interior surface of tho liver Is a
peculiar bladder in which the bilo Is llrst preserved,
being formed by the liver from the blood. Thenco it
passes Into tho stomach und intestines, and regulates
the digestion. Thus we see when there is n deficiency
of bile, the body U constantly costive. On the other
hand, an over abnndance of bile causes frequent nausea
on the stomach, and often promotes very severe attacks
of diseases, which Bomctlmcs end in death,
The Llfo Medicines should, If possible, bo taken In
the early stages of bilious complaints ; and if perse
vered in strictly according to directions will positively
ellect a cur.'.. Their extensive use in this complaint in
all parts of our continent, renders comment unnecessary-tin
Ir virtues speak lor them.
Jloirafs Llfo Pills. The use of these Pills, for a very
short time, will iillect an entire cure ol Bait Ithuiim, and
a striking Improvement iu the clearness of the skin,
Common Colds and Influenza will always be cured by
one dose, or by two even in the worst cases.
Pir.ts I Puts 1 1 Tho original proprietor of these Med
icines wua cured of Piles of 33 years standing, by the
use of the Llfo Medicine nlnne.
Liven Co.MriMsT. All nlfeclion of tho Liver may bo
known by a fueling of tension or pain iu the right side
about the region of tho liver, often pnugeut as iu pleu
risy, but sometimes dull ; a ditliculiy iu .1 rawing a long
breath; dry cougll and inclination to vomit. Tbisdi
scusu may bo produced by cold, by violent exercise, by
intense summer heats, by long continued bilious fever
or ague, and by various solid concretions in thu sub'
stance of the liver. Ami to these producing causes, are 1
deraugcm.'iit of the digestlvo organs, suppressed secre
tions, and mental solicitude, which nro very frequent
causes of obstructions and diseases of the Iher.
This disease should be arreted In the commencement
which can be done by n few doses cf the Life Pills.
When once tho liver is moused to tho performance of
its proper functions, little more is requisite than tocou
tinue a proper use of the medicines, and u speedy re
covcry will ensue.
I'EVta ND Aot'E For this scotirga of the Western
country, these medicines will ha found n safe, speedy
and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the system
subject to a return of the disease a cure by these Med
icines is permanent.
Suioim-i. Tho moit horrible cats of Scrofula, in
which the face, bones mid limbs of the victim had been
preyed upon by the insatiable disease, are proved, by
UHdciiiablu uuthurity of the sulfercrs themselves, to
have been completely cured by lliese purely vegetable
medicines, alter an outers uau ucuu iuuuu more man
Indigestion and Dvsnensia. If wo were called noon
to soeeifv one discasu wliicii more than anv uthei- is the
banc, (while it is tlio offspring of clvilizationl wo should
name i.yspepsia. 11 is zuin-rmiy u.i.'i.ue.i, ur raiucr
productive, nt n long train of ills, such as Heartburn,
Flatulency, a gnawing pain at the stomach when empty
a sense of uncomfortable weight when full, pains in the
throat, side and pit of the stomach, cofetiveucss, chilli
ness, languor, unwillingness to take exercise, Slc.
.vow.rrs urn .wdicixks.
MnlTat'a Life Medicines nre peculiarly adapted to the
cure of this distressing complaint. They ait upon the
bowels in a very mild, and, at the amc time, vvrvclfcc
tunl manner, and have never yet failed to cure tills dis
ease when used according to our directions.
(ieueral Debility, The most common of all com
plaints is that of a general weakness of tin; whole sys
tem, unaccompanied by any particular disorder, or de
liunte symptoms of disease. There Is a little vital en
ergy, a loss of appetite, unwillingness, mid indeed ina
bility to undergo eqertious, frequent headaches, iiidi
gtsliou, olteuUuies tallowness and drynct-d of the t,kin,
tendency to fevcrUhuess, unfitness for hociety, iu short
all those symptoms of languor. dUqiiietude, and weak
ness that give cvidenre of n failure in tlio vital now-
era, nnd a low, unhealthy and morbid condition of the
Life Pills ami Phoenix Bitters.
The Life Pills and Phoenix Hitters nre, perhaps, tho
hot rcineuy tor restoring urengiu 10 mu nouy. lor.iney
act as a gentle cartaartir, and, by their tonic qualities,
wtrrxiollo'ii the uliolit MVKrenl
MmT.it'H Life Pills. Persons of a plethoric habit, who
are subject to fits, headache, gidd'.ucos, dimness of
sight, or drow siness, from too great a lluw of blood to
tec head, should take tlicio fills Irequeutly,
ADVICE TO rE.MALErf.-l'eiunles who value their
health should never be without the Life .Medicines, as
I hey purify the blood, remove obstructions, and give the
SKiu u ucuuwiui, tn..f, iiuanu ...iu uiijuiuiiig uppeur
a 11 co.
To Elderly Persons. Many healthy aged Individuals
who know the value ofMotl'at's Lite .Medicines, 111,'ike
it n rule tu take them tw o or three times a week, by
which thev remove the causes that produce disease.
preserve their health, und keep oil' thu infirmities of
Tacts for Mothers anil Nurses. It is a fact, cstab
lished by tho annual bliss of mortality, that one half of
1110 cuii.ireu uorne are cue on ociore auuiuiiig seven
years of age ; and tlio fill t fill source of this mortality is
found to exist in that foul Hutu of the stomach and
bowels which Produced thu generation of worms. As
thu eafu restorer of infantile health iu this critical Male
the I.ifJ Medicines have long held a dlstingiiuhed retiu
taliuu. mid for foulness of the stomach mid bowels, and
convulsions, ulthoogh worms may not exist, it is allowed
to be Hiticrlnr to uuv other.
Mml'it's 1'ilU and Hitters. No medicines nt present
Known nnvu none so iniicu good 10 uijukiuu as uiese,
within the last few years ; mid certainly none havo
neen rewar.icu witu more numerous ami auiueuiic tea
tlmonluls of their invariable and extensive ellicncv.
They require no dieting nor confinement, nre perfectly
mild and pleusuut iu their operation, but will power
fully restore health that greatest of earthly blessings
to tnu nioi-i exuaueteu aim unupiuaicu coublitutiuns
Dr. WM. 11. Jl or FAT,
3M llroadwoy, New York.
And for Sale by all Druggists. np!3 til ly.
JONAS BltOOK & I31t0'3
PRIZU ill DAL SPOOL COTTOX.
200 & 500 yds. White, Black, & Colored
This Thread being made narticularlv for Ruvvlne M.v
chines, is very Strong, Smooth and Elastic. Its
strength is not impaired by washing, nor by friction o
the needle. For Machines, usu Hreoks' Fateiil (Jlace,
For upper thread,
and llrooks' I'atont Bix Cord, Itcd Ticket,
For Under thread.
Sold by respectable dealers throughout tin country.
Also, in canes of IU0 each, nssnrt.'J Num., by
W.11, 11LNHV SMITH, Me Agent,
3d Vcsey Street, New Vork.
Nov. 0, IFOL-Oin.
'11IIR undersigned informs tho citixens of llloom.
j. uuu uoigiioorutiou, uiai ue uas laKcn tlio largo room
intliii Hxchango lllock, extending over Messrs. Stom-r
& Fox's llakery, and tho lloukstoro where he has put nl!
u lurge Hkyliyl t, It Is only by Skylight Unit good pic I
ures can bet ton especially groups where euch person ,
an bo taken ist as well as separate.
Huhasgoii to considerable expense to make Ills cs
tihltshmeiit llrst class on,-, uud he therefore solicits a
beralpatro go toenublo him, to constantly liitruduco
Ihumode a improvements of the art.
lE7C'o'in :y product taken Iu Hxchango for pictures.
UUomsburg, Nov. S3 ISO 1. Nov, SO, '5
F. 0. JIAIIHISON, Ma D.
WOULD respectfully Inform the cltlicnaof fllnn.
burg, and vicinity, thut ho coiiiiiiueathe practice
MF.D1CIXK AXD SUUaF.HY,
i ml solicits a sharo of public patronage,
Ornm, on Main Street, flret huuae below lha Court
House, Uloo uisburg.
February 3, lti3 if,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
0t In Court Ally, formerly occupied by Chulu R
JJloemitiurj, Die, 1, le,
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Nov. '.'I, ICiiU.
the aw Jim life rwiui.WF., M'xuirrM'v
TitusT co.11r.1xr of i'Iiiladf.wiii.i.
oFiirc, mi. lOicntsiMT sinttT,
CAPITAL (paid up,) J3UD U00.
CONTINUE to mako IKHUKANCES ON LIVES orl
the most reasonable terms.
Thu capital being paid up and Invested, together with
n largo and constantly Increasing reserved fund, offers
a perfect security tn the insured.
The preniluiniis must bo paid yearly half yearly, or
Tho Company add n llONUS periodically to the Insu
rances of life. Thu FIRHT IIO.VUS appropriated in De
cember, If II, the PECONU IIOVUS iu December, IriJ'J,
tho THIRD DONUtS In December, lWl.nnd thu FOURTH
IlONUSIn December, 1H.V.I.
Dr"Theso ndditions are mado without requiring any
increase iu tho premiums to be paid to the Company,
The following aro n few examples from thu Hcrltti.r.
Amount M Policy nnd
I us to be liurensed
by future additions.
1, 0.1(1 (10
" 13 i
containing tables of rates and explanation,
forms of application
uuu nuuicr iniopoaiiou can bo
lounu at uic otuce.
THOMAS KIDGEWAY, 1'retiJmt.
Jno. P. James, Actuary.
, , 1'HVI k- TATE, Agent.
P. C. Hamusov, r.iamlnlng l'hytieian.
October 10, 1M7-Iy.
1 I'r.-:. .A
THE undcrilgned is nlsn extensively engaged In the
. UndcrlaLinir Rutinem, mid keeps constantly on hand
....... o,,..; ,u ma itarcrooms, a largo assortment ot
MASHED psrSSa COFFINS,
IJy which he is cnahled to till orders on presentation
ALSO-Keens a L'.lod irorsi, nn,l ll.nrun mill ulll t nl
timea be ready to attend Fuucrcls.
SIMON C. SII1VE.
Hlonmslinrg, January 2.), 1853
mvc IVoor C'enttiiit t'ov Sale
A lot of superior Fine. Pnoov Cement, especially adap
ted for Cemetiiiiii'itnnfv ri niin ,t.iii in,.
feet or ordinary rooting, and Is insured proof against
rain and wet weather. Can be had at manufacturers
prices, by the g.illun or half barrel, ut tho ulhce'of the
, , . LEVI L TATE,
nioomsburg, July la, 1801.
No, 125, South Eleventh Strcot near Walnut,
Enameled Class, Fresco, Oil and Encaustic Painting
JOI1M GIB.OV. c. II, GtOSUK.
January Pi, lbUl-3m..
Arch Street, Above 'Third.
P II I A D E Is P 11 I A .
THE situation of this Hotel renders it one of tho most
convenient for those who nre visiting Philadelphia
on business; while to those iu scan h of pleasure, the
constantly passing and repassing City Railway cars,
and those iu close proximity, all'ord a cheap and pleas
ant rido to nil places of interest uud amusement iu or
about thu city.
Tho proprietor gives insurance that "The Union"
shall bo kepi with such character us will meet public
approbation, uud would respectfully soli.it, general pat
ronage. UITON S NEWCOMFIt.
February 25. 1FC0 PJ-ji. Proprietor
WANTED AT Tllla OFFICE.
licef, Pork, Poultry, Honey, Ornln Produce, Cider
Pumpkins, Potatoes, Corn, Oats, Hay mid Ccrnetalks.
blooinsburg, Oct. SO. letil.
term of this Institution will commcne
Monday, April, the 7tli, 18G2.
The Vrincipal will he assisted by able iiiftructors, nnd
as ample facilities will beolfered to uulify students
for teaching, fur business or for n more exteniivu course
iu literature, u liberal share of patronage is again solic
ited. Pupils who do not come from home, or arc not put
under the charge of near relatives, must board at tho
Seminary uud be subject to the regulations thereof.
They must provide their own towels und havo euch ar
ticle of clothing distinctly marked.
HUvcn vvei k, ceiiklitulcii 'luarter. mid there will be
vacation of ubout six weeks in mldstiiumer.
Hoarding, washing mid tuition, with furuthd rooms
will be per "inarter, oue-half payable in ad
Tuition uloue, in common branches, 3,00
do incMiug advanced algebra and inalhc-
do iu Latin, German, or French, extra, l,uu
for runner purucuiurs uuoress
WM. IlUIKiF.SS, l'rlncipal
Mlllville, Col.co:, I'a., Feb. SO, iros. ut. '
GILL & PAUL,
Fish, rrnvisioiis. Flour, llutter, Cheese, Oils, Uried
Fruits, drain, Seeds, llcans, Whiskey, Wool,
Country l'ruduce and .Merchandise
No. 31 North Wiuhves, I'liaxrccriiu,
Zy Consignments of l'rovlsioni, Tlour nnd Country
rroduro solicited, mid returns proniptly mado, Ca.li
udvmice.l when desired,
OUUI'.ltri for all kinds of Fish, J'rovisiona, Flour,
Dried Fruits, kc, tilled allUu lovvcat Cash Prices.
August 4, ldGO-Uni,
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to tho un
dersigned on book account or otherwise, are hert by
notified to come mid settle up by the 1st of April, lei)'.',
or their accounts will be put in the hands of proper otfi.
cers fur collection. I must havo my accounts settled.
Mill Creek Woolen Factory, j
Muunt Pleasant, March 15, leOJ 3t.
FniSIIBlCTIl &. IlROTHERH.
j N9, 103, NORTH TIIIIID STIIKET
I'il.nlcliihia & Heading Rail .load.
WINTER All 11 A NGEMENT
Um sat !.T-7 twr oi' mbut.vot.ii trains.
iSJWS-W-W November 4, letll,
Downflo Philadelphia, at tl,2u nnd 11 A M, 12 noon,
I nnd 4 1' M.
Up, to rottsvlllc, at 10,50 A M, nnd 5,43 1" M.
WEST, TO LEIIANON AND HAHRISIlUllOl
Western express from New York, at 1,0? A M,
Mall Trains, at 10,33 A M, nnd 5,4.1 P M.
On Sundays, the Down A M Train nassini! Item Inn,
nt 11,41) A M, and Up Train, at 3,57 1' M.
1 Moth 10,50 A M mid 3,13 1' ,M, up Trains connect nt
Port Clinton for Tnmaiua, Wllllamtpnrt I'.iinlra, llutP
. nln, Niagara and Canada,
I The 10,50 A M, Train only connects at l'ort Clinton
for Wllkesharrc, Scrnntnn and Flttstnn.
The Western Express Trains mnncct nt ltarrisburir
with Express Trains on tlio Pcnnsjlvanla llnllro.nl for
Pittsburg, and nil points West : mid the Mall Trains
connect nt Hnrrlshiirff for Lancaster, Ointnlicr nlniru,
Snnbiiry, Wllllani'port, Lock Haven, Eliulra and thu
j Tickets at r.'duie.l i'nrcs, to all Iho principal points In
Through 1 irsi-ciasa coupon TicKi'ts, nnd emigrant
tlio rs orl n ami vvesi, mm uie iinaun
With Sd Coupons, 35 percent discount, bclwcen any
Uood for 1000 miles, between nil points, atSIS for
rmuilics mid llusiuess l'irin, iiinl .Vai.ii. Titktlt, good
for the holder only, for three mouths, In any Passenger
train to Philadelphia, at $IOencli. tkhoul Season Tick
ets onc'tuiru less.
,.": l.,.d,,...d ivlll ,.Ln tlin 1-n. r.l U'r.f. nt
Dm Itl'l'l'.lt lint'OT. and all ntliur Trains, ntlhu LOW -
H) lbs of baggage allowcc each passenger
rastrncers are r."uesie.i 10 purriiasu uieir iick-
et before entering the cars, as higher Furcs charged If
. 111 Id in ears.
j Up trains lca"e llhlladelplnafor Heading !lnrrlbure
and Pottsvillc at e! A M. 3.13 P M. and ut 1, 3D P M, for
fO Excursion Tickets, good for one day, by 0,02 A,
M. Accommodation Train tu riill.i.lelphla mid return
ut S'J t)0 each. II. A. NICOLI,,
Ocncra 1 Superintendent,
January 4, lrUVJ.
Lackuwaniiii & lilonmsburg itnilroaii
N AND AITIIR NOVE.M. 23, Iffll, PASSENGER
J TRAINS WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS;
M O V 1 N a BOUT II.
Arrive at Notthumberland,
A. .11. JO.nu A. .11
km: P M
N O R T II
4M P. M.
"J.DO P. M,
1.4.1 P. Ml
Arrive at scrauion,
A Pasenger Train nlsoleaves Kingston at H.3 UA. M.
for Scrautoiitto cuunecl witli train for New York, Re
turning, leaves Pcranton on arrival of Train from New
York at 4.IS P. M.
The Larkaw anna and Itloomsburg Railroad connects
witli tin- Delaware, Lackawanna and Moslem Railroad
at (crnnlnn, for Now York nnd intermediate points ent
Al Rupert it connect- w ith the Outlaw i.-ultui. road, for
points both ca-t mid west,
At Northumberland it connects with the Phildelpliia
U EricR. It. and . C R. R, for points west and south.
JOHN P. ll.SLUY, Saft
J. C. Wells. Clcn'l Ticket ,1gn
Nov. 30, liill.
Cnttawissa hail It oat!.
PASS HUl'EUT STATION.
SOl'TIIWAltD HOUND TRAINS.
Philadelphia 4c ,. y. Mail 10 55 A. M.
- ' Express l'J-'Jo A. M
NORTHWARD IIOUND TRAINS
Elniira .Hail 3.4I P. M
Nlagra Express 10-15 P. M
W. WIliT ESQ.,
NOW occupies the room upstairs ill front in Mr.
Unangst's brick building, on .Mum Strcit below the
American Douse. A most convenient office ; w here he
will bu happy .it all times to his friends and clients.
Lilouuisburg, Nov. !), ltlil. 'Jul.
PROTECTION FROM LIGHTNING.
rpllE subscriber would inform his friends, that In is
X now prepared to put up, on thurt notice, and ill a
scientific manner, the best
vurn.v.i i'oixtf.o i.ioiitxixo hods,
at 121 cents per foot. All work warranted.
Bloomsbiirg, May 2 1, Itf.O.
THE undersigned, having opened a new HOOT AND
SHCI1 SHOP, mi Vain street, in llopkin.v ills, Dast
l!loouiburg. rcspertfully invites the custom of th ' till-
r.eus and the public generally. All kinds of Hoots, i ' . , ...
Shoes, &c , will be promptly made to order, on short i The, Salamander Safes of Philadelphia against the
notice mil moderatu terms. Troiii long experience in world.
his Hue of business ho flatters himself that hu will bo EVANS & WATSON,
able to five general satisfaction to all who may favor have had the surest denioflration iu tho following cer
ium with their custom. . ... i titlrste that lb. ir manufacture of Salniuaudir Safes Ins
E7 (Jraiu, Vim isiun and Troducu gcncra'ly taken in
exchange fur work.
II. T. UROOICS.
Blooinsburg, July (i,I01-3m.
NOTICE TO LAND OWNERS.
THE undersigned, Treasurer of Columbia County,
would give notice toall those owing linn their taxes on
unseated lands, fur the years lfl'O and Mil, that they
mur-l come forward mid pay Ihu same, between Ihismul
the first of April, otliervv ise the Hud vv ill bu sdvertiscd
and sold. A word tu the wive is stit'icicnt kr.
JAS. S. M'VIXCn
Treasurer's Office. j Treasurer.
Illoomsburg, Feb. ID, I ECO. j
E, corner 'Hard and Hock Streets,
P U1LA 1) EL PA I A.
Hats made to order, of any Stylo or Unality at Short
T J.I E G II E A T
INDIAN HERBAL TEA!
DR. ENGLISH'S j
This Celebrated Femalu Mcdicinu possesses virtues
unknown of an) thing else of the kind, and proving . ll
ectuul niter all others have failed j it is nr. pared from
an "Indian Herb" peculiar to .Northern Mexico uiiilTex. i
as, uud is used by Ihu Natives iu producing tho momii.
i.y Hiutxies. I't is designed for boili maaried and Miiglu I
ladies. mid is tlie very best thing known forthe puroe i
as it will remove all obstruitioiu niter otlier remedies
have been Hied iu valu. It is a pleasant tea, contain- '
iug iioihing iniurious to health, and :i cure tu bo relied i
ll.ll Iu all C,lec. 1
l'rojapsiis Uteri, or falling of lha Womb; Floues Al-
bus. or Whiles ; Cliroulc Kll.imatinu. or I'lccrution of
the umb; Incidental Hemuragu ut 1 looditig
ease ot the spine.
O Ladies in thu early stage of pregnane'
uoiieu aguniM uie Use ul tins ten, us
flU'l-AllED AND SOLD DY
fJIl. C. W. LNULIcSII, No. Til) It ACE STRUCT
I'lIILADUI.l'AIA, I'A. i
l'rlccs 81.00 per package, (with full directions for use)
sent by Lxpress or .Mail to any nd.lress.
Dr. U, can he consulted iu all obstinate Female Com
plaints, in person or by letter, and w ill furnish Iho Cut.
ta-percha I emalo Syringe- highly recommended by Ihu
Faculty to married ladies for speciu! purposes.
Also Uadical Cure and oilier Trusses- Improved no
tary and Spinu Abduminul Supporters-Shoulder llraccs
Flasticaud Lace Sloikiugs Spinal Apparatus, for
Weak und Curved Spine mid IiMruments fur all tic-1
foruiities. A largo Stuck oflhe abovu articles constant-
ly on hand, uud will bo furnished ut lowest intes by i
bending order with lueasurein. ut uud full particulars. J
a -All cumiuuiiiciilioiis Mrii'llv cunllJenilal. For'
further particulars please Address,
hu. u, w. i:n(jlisii,
"i'J Kuril Street.
KT" I WAVK NO A0F.NTS,
Nov. ltf, lcOl-l'Jm.
Nos. 9, 11,13, 15, 17 Courtlandt Street,
VI'".H UDlUllUMl' VIMir 'uif ctiiniF
liuilit tutunsMKiii 4 ll t IUUIV iylt 1.
This old.establ.shed ond favorite resort of tho llusi-
5s Coiuiiiunity has been recently roilttcd, and Is cum -
plcte iu every thing that can minister to the comfort, of
us pairons i.anies unit luiuiiies arc specially and care
fully provided for.
11 is centrally located in tlio bu-innss part of Iho city,
and is contiguous to the principal lines t.f steamboats,
ears, omnibusses ferries, kc
In consequence of the pressure caused by tho Rebel
lion, prices have been reduced to
One Dollar a cl J'ifty Cents per Day,
Jho table is amply supplied with all the luxuries of
the season, and is ennui to that ofany otlier hotel iu the
Ample accommodations uro offered for upward of 400 '.
Do not believe runiiera.hackmen, and others who
may say "the Western Hotel ia full."
I). D. WINCilHSTLK, Proprietor.
THOS. n. WINCIlL'dTLK. '
Feb. 15, IbM.
A LL person knowing lligintclvc
ii iinitcrsigncu on hook account
or otherwise. ara
ncreiiy rio.iiieu iu comu uuu seuio up oy tnu Jat o
March, leti.', or their accounts will positively bo left iu
Ihc bunds of a proper ollicer for collection,
' WM. liKElta
Kycr's drove Mills, Tcb.e, 1809.-lf.
BLANKS! RLANKS ! !
Of cvory desoriptiou, for ealo ut this ollico.
N. E. corner of 1th and Chestnut Strcclt
Tins lxsriTiTi.iv. which was utaUjiktd h 1P4I. an
Is now foiiscpunlly In the eighteenth V ta rot Its exist
i nee. numbers among Its graduates, hundreds of
luostsitccussful .Merchants and
TnOstrt:T of the Institution Issnlcly InrilTord young
men r.icilltlusfor thorough preparation for liusiiuss.
The llavM-ttnTJUnurnre, Unk-Utphf, as applica
ble to the arlous depiirlnienls of trade! I'titmunUip,
both plain and ornamvnl.ili (Viamerciot Mint .value
mullet, XarifMlon Cicil F.ntiiccrlng, Vraiclng, I Aoa
ogariihtl, and .Modern Langnogit.
! TtkHystkm or Issrai'iTiov Ispscullar ! nn classes or
set lessons are inuile mu of. hut each student is tnuclil
In.llvidually, sotliat he may comin-ncoat any time, anil
attend nt ufiaUver hours nro most lonvunlunt.
.. i. .,,, ...,iai tin. 13th of April
1 containing nanus of the students for tin; year, mid lull
particular ot lrni", c, aou i.i.ty uj um,,v i
time bv nd.lreslng the I'rluclpal,
IillxrKN'ivn Aico,tMonno's,tf(,e-irral rf;oilolia
nnd tlio lengibtverletnrfihe rrtntlpal. tins insiiiu
tlon mr.'rs l.icilillcs superior loany other In the coun
try, forjouug men uMiiug In prepare for business,
and to obtain ul the suno tlmu a mi't-oMS, flrA trill
' prvct a rtcommtndmhn for them them tu any Merchuu-
I I -rt , ru. nff Srlt nt TttnlitiH Oil ItOOK.KPEI.
1 imi. now uorn wlilelyilrculatedtlinii nny other work
uu the subject, nro for sale at the College.
S. IIODOES CRITTCNDEN,
Jan. 25-15C1 12m.
B U GH' S
BAUGU AND SONS,
fllannfiicturfrs & Proprietors,
Store, No. ao South Wharves,
Super-Pliospliatc of Lime.
I.lttle need be said to recommend this article Its pe
culiar merits as a vigorous and lasting manure hating
firmly ostsblUhcd It in the popular favor Wo would
statu hon ever, that not only hui log a continued enre tu
maintain it standard ellicacy. we have sought 1.1 ren
d'T It mor" immediate in Us action, b the addition of u
small quantltv of best Peruvian (iuauo. He do not
claim by thU improvem. nt, (whlrh was made during
the past year, mid without publl. l noting tho fnit.Jour
Stiper-PhuaplMtu I' rendered any more la-tius iu it-Vlf-eit.
or iu any vvnv benefited, except iu ensuring a- puck
er action on application.
price, 5 lo per 2000 lbs. cash.
GROUND RAW RONES.
This article is ground without any prev loin prepa
ration, ami runt. mis all the organic mailer of the bones
It is warranted pure.
mi ice 833 per 2000 lbs. cash.
C7 The above .Manures can bo had of regular Deal
ers or of 1IAUCII Jt SONS,
No 211 South vlbarvcs, Philadelphia.
February 15, leti'J 3m,
NEW BUSINESS FIRM.
THE undersigned rcspectlully Inform their friends
and the public generally, that they have entered In
to co partnership, under the name, si Ic and firm of
MILLER EVER iu the
hj the "Old Arcade," in lHoouishu rg, Columbia co.,
where they intend earning mi the business of ..Eve
kai. Mi'uiiUNuitMi, in nil its diversilied bran. lies and
departments, mid to which they invite mi extension of
the public patronage.
1 S. II MILLER,
Illoomsburg, May 11, 1SCI. If.
WMt EVANS & WATSON
i .... . . . ......... .. . .... . ....
at - ' "
i "?.-ri l..i,'.i vii.-v.u.vimji.iv rr.vi r.n, hi.-
i;;-r :':. si tj Miivt'.ri m .mi
MUVi;U to Chestnut Street,
at.fcir.lV:3l!oe.'f third Philadelphia
Vy' and a large
& fU i Thief pn.ol
lVL;Sfl-S.'i& P lso. iron do
ami a larc a ts-r t mh ii t of Fire
of Sal.'iiiiaiitlnr Sat s.
lonrrf, for tiaiikii and
arr1"; vytr,.s. in,.. kt!
otnri'j iff hi tlnittcr-j inin u;iti.
yv.S.tiSiiiakes of lucks equal to any made
in the United States.
File .Vies r.i one Jirs. Alt came out right; with can-
nt lenetli fullv warranted the reprcs.'ntutioiiH which have
I ice n imulit nf (hem m ft'inlcriiifr an undoubted btcurity
a ''an is i tin' tomuc cicinrnt.
riiil:id phia April im.
Messrs r.rans $ liatson' CJt-n tl tiiu J t ullords us
the liiL'Iit-'st fatUlaitinii to Ptatn t ynu, thM ou invito
tlin vt'ry protcctiti 'inalititH nftwn of thu fc'.ilaiinadcr,
fiaf'4 which we purrhaMpd of you some fi! uiontli tsinro
wu itm'u a latsfi' pnriiun ot jewelry, ami an ur houkji,
fee, t'.ipo'-ud to the? calaminuiitj.ttru in ltaiistcad place on
th1 murniiiL' nftti lllh n..
When v rrrt-it tint those fafTi wrro located in tli
, fourth srory of Ihc liuililmji wu occupied mid that thfy
fill stiTisrnn,ntly iu1fa h'ap of burnnitf riiins, where thu
vatt fouehtration of th'; heat raided tli hrann plates tn
mult, wi- cnmiot but rr-fard tliii prrrvatiitn of thuir val
J unhid content a- im'st convi'iciu pruof of thu great hC
curity auoriu'ii uy your sah'y.
'v phall ti:k" reat ph uirv in ri'coinmcuding thsm to
men of buMiir'Ks n a Hro rehancu auaiiii't I in.
CCOItCi: H. SIMMON'S & ItliO,, Jctrcttcrs,
IT?"Th,y iia biucc piiKhabcd mx laro tfafes.
! i J i X"n '('IX,! Yl iTulj ( -Yl .11
rrilll rropriclor of lids vvtll-knovvii and centrally Inca
i i ted House, the Lxihavok IIoii.i,, situatu on Mi.j.
Strc. t, iu liloomshiirL', iiuiuediat. ly -pn.i..ite the Cnluni
I bia County Curt House, respectfully informs his friends
I and tho public in general, that his II.iiim' is now iu or
der for tin. reception iiudenterlaiiinient of travelers who
I may fe. l disputed lo favor it vv itli their custom, lie has
spared no expense iu prepating Hie F.x. ua.mie, fur the
I cnlert iiuinent ol'his guests, neith"r shall there be anv .
thiol.' wauling (on Ills part) iu minister lo their personal
i contort. His house is sp.uious uud enjoys an excellent
I business loeation.
I Cy"Oiuuibu. s run nt all times between Hie Hxclnnge
Hotel und thu various Hail lloa.l Depots, by which trav
elers will be pleasantly convejed to and frvan the re
spective Stations in duo tiiuu to meet the Cars.
, nioomsburg, July ?, It'CO-
fTfw Tho Great t'nuso or
SCT HUMAN MISERY.
Just Published iu a Scaled Fnvelope : l'rigo 0 da:
A LIlini'ItK 11V Dr. CCLVLIlWHi:!.,' ON 'IIIB
tAlhll AND CLIli: of HperiuatorilRi a. Ciiiisniin.ii,,,.
uiiitj i nmi.iiiy; Si.ii. in, trust : llu. n,.i,,i, i,.
Allectlous of iho Lyes ; I'impies on Iho Face ; luvoliiii.
tary l.inlsMons. ami Sexual Incapacity: the conse.
-pienees of Vouthlul India, ritiou, kc. kc!
This admirable Lecture cleurls proves that the
above ciiutncrnti.l, often nlf alllicted, evils may be re.
moved without me.li.ino and without dangerous snrgi.
cnl operations, and should be read by every man in the
Sent under seal, to any nddjcss, iu a plain, sealed
I'livelopc, mi the receipt of six cents, or two postage
stumps, by uddressilig "
1'., bowery, New ork, I'o.totlico llox, 46.
Tcbrunry H, lrte.'.J A,,rl 2U , ,
TRUNKS 1 TltUNKSll
Tim largest, l,et handsom
est und cheapest assort
mem of Solo Leather solid
llivcted Traveling Trunks.
jMdics' Vonnct Jj- Dress Trunk
i.iuiureirs i.-oaclies, Prune .
lera Lealher and Carpet llags
j Packing Trunks kc. kc, u
' .,., ''''JO
Tllmr.vct iv M IWinva
Celebrated I.nH.lon Prl m...ii i,,.r-.,.i
;( r,i, , hj.,,,)!. ...,.. it .a a . , ' .7 ,1
,., tiiiivt t iiinn i a naciorv. nn. 4 .vinrkn
i AuBtiat IrtT-tf ' l""a" "
J. H 87 B U It ,
(Successor to J. S, S.mviui.)
UU01.F.S.4LK DDALF.II IX
TOBACCO, SAUFF AND CIGARS,
No. 8 North Fifth St., above .Market,
Also, Manufacturer and Importerof
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SEGAItS.
May 13, irai-Uin.
NEW JEWELRY STORE.
Till', undersigned, respectfully Informs tho citizens of
Ulounisburg, mid Ihu public generally, that he buses
tabllshed n new More, on Main Street, nioomsburg in
Mrs. Leucuck's Iluildiug, where ho oirers for sale, on
moderate terms, a large nsaorlmcnt of
CLOCKS, WA TCUES J- JEWEL R Y-
on-very sort, and size mid description, His
siomoi ji'natj is rompieiu, iiicimiiug every
variety of l.n.lies mid Ucnlleincn'b Medallona,
Chains, Lockets, llri-astniua. Fiiieer
"ly v;auhiiiiuuoii or vvuicu ue invitestiie public jeer
1X7" Strict attention sivon to repairing Clocks, Watch
ea, und Jewelry, and ill work warranted.
WM. n nciei,
Blocrasbvirg, May 1, 1651 if,
and .lis. '"". ' ..yo.".... ','., ..j, ,vn , iMignrss, i.pi epjiy :
, uuu Inii;i i ri,,l ill r i . i ,,,, r.f,l,,. I1...I.. . I .... I. ...I..., .1. . .. J
rl. 7 , , ...v ...... j , VlL'HKIICkB
y are cut- f 11 "";nd iho ll.uk i Iiidispu-itio,,, :,h ica.
y nit, i. in. . - sllndv nil, I.n bnr , loll,, A j ... V i
It will prouuee -, , - ,; - .'Aversion to sm iuv ; iVov'e of So !
to T)ttlrey Hats, Konchu, fee.
'lo Dttlrcf Mice, Moles, nnd Ants
T lHilrtt Ilcd-llugs.
7V DeHriy Mntlnln Furs, Cloths, he.
To Destroy Mo.liHnri; nn.l Flcaji.
7b ;)rlrey Insects o I'lanls and I owls.
to lttrty Insects on Animals, &c
to Uetlroy Every form nnd spoclcs of crmln.
"ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN."
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all others) art
"Freo from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to tlio human fuml'y."
"ltnts.lonot die 011 the prcmitcs."
"They come out of their holes to die."
'They aro thu ouly lufalllablu reiuc. lies known,"
"U vears and more established in New York City."
l),e,l by the City Post Ollico.
(,, h,j the City Prisons and Station Hooses.
Used ly Hie City Steamers, Ships, fcc.
Used by tlio City Hospitals, Alnis'llouscs.fcc.
Utrj by the City llotels-'Astor'-'St. Nicholas.'&f.
Used by thu Hoarding lloue, 4cc. kc.
Used by more than AUD.UIIO Private Families.
E"" Sou one or tw o Specimens of what is everywhere
said by the people- Editors Dealers, &c.
IIOUSllKHUl'UltS-tronbled witli vermin need be so
no longer, if they use "Owrvn's" Exterminators. Wu
We liave used it to our satisfaction, ami If a box costs
$1 wu would have it. We have tried poisons, but lliey
elided nothing; but "Cosixr's" article knocks the
breath out of Rats. .Mice, Roaches, and lled-llngs, quick
crth.in we can writu it. It Is in great demand all over
thu country. .Medina O tVatcUC.
MORC flRAIN and provisions are destroyd annually
in (irnut County by vermin, than would pay fur tons ef
this Rat mid Insect Killer. Lancaster ll'is.J Herald.
HF.NRV 11. COSTAR We are selling your prepara
tions rapidly. Wh-revcr they have been UBid, Rats
Mice, Hunches and Vermin disappear rapidly
EcvEii k- diQUiica, Druggitts, Wiudsor, Did.
"Costar's" Bat Roach, Jce. Exterminator
Lostar's" Bcd-Buj Eistermlnalor.
"Oostar'a" Electric Powder, for Insects, kc.
In SMc. Ouc. and 31,UII lloxxs, Iiorn.ua and ulasics, 53 &
$5 Siics for Plaiiutiona, Ships, lluata, Hotels,
O AUTI ON II! To prevent the public from being Im
posed upon by Spurious and Highly Vtrnicisus Imitations
n new label has been prepared, bearing a facsimile of
the Proprietor's signature. Lxaminii each box, buttle,
or llsk urcliilly before purchasing, and taks nutbiug
E7" Sold F.ceryiehertly
All Wholesale Urugglvts inths largo cities.
come uf Ihu
IVIinlesnlp Afnts in inv York
Slielti'liu llrothersflc Co
II A Fahn.'stook, Hull Co
A II k L) Sands k Co
Harral, Kisley & Kltrheu
Hush, Rale k ltobinsun
M Ward, Close it Co
Wheeler k Hart
I) S llarnes tit. Co
F C Wells k Co
Larxlle, Harsh k Gardner
Hull, Dixon k Co
Jam.' S Aspinwnll.
lorgau dc .viieu
Hull, lluckel .V Co
Thomas k Fuller
P U Urvi3
T W Droit k Co I Hubert Shoemaker & Co
U A 1 uhnettock k Co French, llicbardB k Co
Druggists, Grocers, Storekeepers and Retallcri general
ly iu all Country Tovtus Villages
G. M. flagenbuch,
J. R. Moyer,
E. P. Lutz.
! ctAn.lby the Drugglats, F.orekoepcraand n.latlar.gon
IV '-onntry Deale,, ,n nrder ns nboT,
Or address ordeiadireet-ror If Prices, Terms
. . , UENRY R COSTAll.
JIarch 15 am9u
m. la auoix's
PIUVATE MEDICAL TREATISE Ofi Tile
Physiological View of Marriage,
tin PAGES AND 130 ENORAVlNtls i,.,. '
TVTiKTT-rtVK elms. Bunt frco of postage In li i ,
(US UIIIUII. VJi inn. iut,i-a v, jtitiiii aj u,.iH
illicluslug Iho secret follies of boih sexea of !,i
rniialnir debllltv. ricrvousiicas. donreial,,,, .r "t.
palpitation oftho heart, suicidal Imagining,,
Inn i-.iilial.ll.rt. IIIMS.I.nos U.IIPri.vn li,(,.,..u ,
, - ; . . " - p", in,,,.
lion nun lassiiuuc, icnn eonjet s ions vj mwhv t.,"
of a Hoarding School .Visa, a College SinJ,t
roung mnrrira iJivy, ,yc,')t. 11 is n iruuiini .
the married nnd those contemplating innrrlago. uV''
lertnln secret doiibls of their nhvslcnl r.iiiiiii.
who nre lonsrlous of having hor.irded the In a,i,' v1
pincss.nnd privileges lowhiih. every human b,,,
YOUNtl MEN who nre troubled with wmU...
crmiy causeu oy n ouo iiuuh n. j ouiu, iuc itr,
which jru dlzf.lncss, pains, furgetfulness, sonmu,
a tinging in the curs, weak ejes, vtcakiii ss i.t 11..,:
n,,,l I..,,;. .,.lr,lll,,y. roorn.lon nf 1,1, . "
ory with iiielancholy.mny beriir.'.lby the author', LV
I1A1IIU AVll I riV'IIIIV '-ll'ATMI.t."l' "t
Wu have, recently devoted luurh of nur tim.
,...,,..,.(, ,,,,,, i. ,',,,, 1,1-, xr II, tun,,,, t , .. "me
mirselvt's of the knowledge nnd researches nrili,, ,,'
...I.,..., ITI....I n.,.i u, .,,,. 1.. 1 - n . '.u ii
VIDllirvif 1111. i,' iiui i. .,1, iiu.,1 I i i !,; jjjj
.1, ni.,iii. .,, uuii "..p .,, ,,(,,,,- linn 1 f) C I M
Uncut. Those who place themselves under our ,
iiuei.i. i nose vi,u I'li.Lu ,iiviiii-, i v., ii ii .). r our
1 will now finvu in. in nu.i.'i.i ci ...u inuiiy iNlAV A,
EFFICACIOUS REMEDIES' which we aro cnnld
i... ......... ln. nn.t (I I.. I """Hi,
siircdofthu saiui- zeal, assiduity, Sl!t IlLl'Y iin.i. ,'
UUU ueillg r,.i. I" ,11,-n iiibu,, iiiiitl. nun s.l Sll.it...
.. ,ll.ll,.nI.I,,1 m l,,r,.fnr,,rn. dm n I'lii.l.l-...1'
T. ': : : : . - : -. . vy "i in r..
PECULIAR detinriiiienl or proresalonal I'ractln. e..
vast IICCK.W'JUC wiuri
' L',...-.. I'. I. I',, ,. 1 n.lln. 1.1. f. .
k nr.ull .. . r. .....n. .......va ...... .. .r, 1 " I ., r.Uj.
the clllcncy of which hna been lusted in llioiisnmi,
cases, mid never failed tu illect speedy cures win.
any bud rcsiilts.will uscnoiu'hulDr.DeLuiicv's r,n,
Periodical Pills. The only Precntilion neccsaurv a'.
SCrV IS, I, I. lies BI..1..IU nui nine IIILIII l.K'J I1JVI rt
son to believe they nre ill certain situations (the rt..
ulars of which will bo found on thu wrapper nrcm,
iijlng each box,) though always safe uud health
gently yet soacllve are they.
Prlco SI ner box. They can be mailed to ai,v n...
the United States or Camilla.
TO Till'. LADIKS-Wlwnoed a esvfdcnthl rotJi
adviser with regard to any or thoso Interesting ...
planus in vvriicu uiiir (leucine orgauirniion reaJt
them liable, are particularly invited toimisuli mi.
I I IE " JiLICTRO-li ALVANIC 1 ROTL'CTIV K. - I or Inirn
la.lica whose lirnltli will not nilm t. or wlio li.iva i.n.
sire to increase their families, may be obtained it nlo
It h n perfectly safe preventive to coucptlou, and l
been extensively used during thu last SO years, Ii
rsuuceo.i 10 $iu.
The Sccrcls of Youth Unvcilrd.
Jl trtnttte on (Aft Cnu nt PrAmnturA l)ffnu A .
tmn learning, Jnst publishtda book ihavive thtimht
nroirreis nnd Prevalence amove schools,. Moth mutt.
female of this Jatvl habit pointing out the Jatolm
invariably aiumu lis ucifM, ana tlfctl'pit'g fAfvl
progress of the disease, from the eoinvuvenntnltoiKtn
Jt wtu lie at m ihj ,vih on reietpivj tito ecvt itet
$y Atti'mlatio' (fnily. t'nmi rt in tlif luomiriK tt It
niL'lit. ninl nti .SiiinliiyM I'roni ii UU 5 i M,
McdichiCH illi full tliri'Ltfoiiit rmt to nny pnrl nf
Uiilteil MMcn nr t nunrinst by pnlfctit tutruiiunicut-
their Kinit(Miin hy kiter. lUibiiu'f.i lorrccpontlci
n-7-lW ft. tilYti-n (, a,tM . t olvM . I . K .t
Nov. 23 Jtf51. lilm.
1VC will forward bv mail to nnv n.trt of tin, i .....
States, post-paid, any varitlies that may be onlertd
the following prices :
III varieties selected from those priced at Scents
'.'"MV'1"' ..r. f J
oiiiuiivs tovo.u uu,,, iiiusi- i'i.icu ul u CCniS
5 varieties selected trom those priced nt IU ecntv
12 vnrh lies selected from those priced at 10 cents
2 varieties selected from those priced nt SS cents
5 varieties selected from those priced at 25 cents
COLLECTIONS OF FLOWKIt SHEDS.
rVrnons desiring us to make tlieir selei turns, may r
ly upon our sending ouly thosu whi, h nrv really sn,
shuvv v and desirable, and of casv cultiv alien vv,, t
lievu that u ur experience will enable us tu mak,- ..
lions, large or small, thai cannot fall tu give inure i.
1UU Packets Annuals, Ilieiiniuls mid Percuuiuls,
f Ml ,,r ltf, k , l,,ld r .
su I'.icKi ts Annuals, liicunials and Pcrsuuiala,
favorite killtts o ,
. . .' . 1,1
' Utrf A,, ,,', lift,, na... .
11 Packets Annuals, best assorted ,
SO Packets, New mid Uare Annuals St
Choice Collection of Ornamental (,'rnssrs 1 1.
" " of Hverla.tiug I lowers J(
" ' of Alpine or Hock Plants I
Liin.uiiig i'lanls, Annual and
cuuice wouecuon or i.reennntise riant Seens J (,
- rirni,.,,t,,1 1. ........ t'Unt. ,.
Florist tSccduian, Versailles Woudloril Co., Ky
1. Cox Ul
fTT" Send for a descriptive Catalogue.
March 15, ltir2.-3in.
rs. a r.t7v rs-irirorv rsi...v tvitsw lam',-,..
71S AUCI1 Street, botvv ecu 7tli,an
f.n(t IR.lrAr( rrr( Phtladilphu
Imi'Okilu k M asuiai-ii in a nr ,r
HeAi.ra is Ai.t, Kisusof l'ANt FL'K
For Ijidics .Misses and Chit Ji fn svut
Having now luauui.Htur.'ii nnj i
' ... Store 1IIV llsll.il l.nri'n unit l.ji,i,r,,l
,!T- sortm.'iit of all the various -tv.'.s ar.
;r' "C hu.'J.ii:, , ,111 ,Jl.
lll-f Fall and Wllifp rMht,iij In,.,'
rrsorrlfnll V it. l it, n ri,,i mm. 1,,,, ..r .... i ...
ces from those intending to purelias- lis I um tiiimir
tootr"rtheiu verv desirable indiieeinentv.
All my Furs have been purchased for iu h, and nni-
oy exiiern'uc. 11 ami cumii.-lenr li:iinl nit, l , nr, s
! monetary troubles render it iier.-ssary Hint I should .la
: pose of my guilds nt very small aMan.u on cost
lam sausiie.i um it will be to the interests of thoi
now oesiK.i purniasing. ingivi-me u call.
It7 llccolle.t. tlio nam.', number nuil street J.-b
Fari'ira,(N'evv Fur Slore.j'lS Artli Street, Philadtllui
i,I'iviii,ii ,, icoj .on.
T V ill I" xn.nvrn i r ivreint
- 4 l.tjjlj.U4tJt J.1U11
A benevolent Institution endowed for lha cure
i. uro. iic uise.isi's ,.i rv. ry iiauiro. ana 10 prur I itm
lids fiom quack advertisers and impostors, No chsi
ges except for Medicine until cured, and in las" of ti
treino poverty treatment free. No Minerals or I'm o
ous Drugs used. The Physicians have had long aiolti
tensivi-exnerl. nco buth iu nrivnlu nnd tloson.il nr:i
ticc. The following are some oftliu ciiuolaints lowtiiu
special attention is given. All diseases of the Hue
Throat Lungs, Heart, Stomach, Liver, Kidney, Hhnhit!
Uh.'Uiii'itism, Fits, Cancer, Piles, Nervous AAVi'tinn
Diseases ol the eoiual Organs, Seminal Wcakm si li
fiotenco and Virulent .licenses of every nature positive
y cured. Diseases of Females and all IrrcgularJii'i
successfully treated. Illindu.'ss and De.it s cnrtl
.vi.t,,,,,. ,,r,i,r,,l iw.r,l,w l.,t!n.,. I... I. ....
any part ol the country. Consultation free to all.
Address, Htauip enclosed,
DR. L. GRAVIS. Ccnsultlntr Phvaicnn,
tiOJ llroadway, New York City
svpri. o, 1CU. J5IU.
riTTSIIURGII, PA Comer Pcnn and St. Clair ,li.
The lareest Commerriiil Krhnoi nf n. iTmf,il it.ites.
with n patronage of nearly ll.DOU Stu.l.int, iu live veait
from 31 States, and the only one which nll'or.lscoiiiibti
and reliable instruction in all the fullow iug brancln '.
vis: Mercantile, Manufacturers, Sterna Hunt. llailreaJ
nnd Hook.kecping. First Premium Plain and Urn.iinea
tal Pcninnnship j also, Surveying, Hugiiieering km
... uiiiiiudiiia bciieraii,'.
Pays for n Commercial CunrBu: sitiidrnts pntcr and re
view ut any llllio,
ti ".11 llllGti.ra enn,' ,,,!lr.,i n l.nir ,..i.a
For Cat.'ll.lL'Iln nf Sll ni,,',,. K,,rl,,. nf nitsineii
and Ornamental Penmniiship. mid a beautiful ollef
. m c spuare icei, contaiiiliig n gnoii vnrui)
writing lettering and lloiirishhiL'. inclose SI centiil
stumps 10 uic rrinrliials,
l.'Kil.'l-J I. CVIla-M 1,1.. 1......I. T.
M ... .IHU Ob t A It, J IllbUUIgtl,
April 10, 16G2-ly.
pes :x:cj: w ;a ? .
H. 0. HOWER,
S U It ii E 0 N I) E N T I S T
ni:SPi:CTFI'LLV oilers his profiflM
, bii , ii-u-b iu i.io .noil's alio g. niirun n '
liloom.burg mid v i nlty lie is pr. par '
10 llttiMlll III .ill ll I'ttrmoa ,.,,, r.-.l lolii 111
the lino of his profession, he is prov ided with the l.il'it
,...,,lu,v..i,.,L,.,,i,ii tuutii, vvilltll Will IIC lllS'Tiru
gold, pliitina, sliver and rubber base: tulook as well i
the naiurul tenth.
Mineral plato mid block teeth manufactured nndtdl
cperations on teeth, rarelully mid properl attcndcJ W
,..w.r,,, 4,i tlUgllsl J, ir.ll,
Clioico Vegtlable Seeds by MFl.
JO Varieties for a ru I Ouf
43 Varieties fur on s. b ttloo
Wishing Ic give those who rcaldani a dtstaacJ
opportunity to I -st thu .pinllty of our lregelable W '
wliicii wo are cuiilldunt will compare favorably wi,
nny oirered in tliis country, wo have p.epar.'d ai.ll
packets, which will bo sent by mull post paid, at ll"
ubovi! prices, Nciio but thu most desirable valid.'1
will be included.
7li J'rccei.1 disappointment, ve Irish it distinctly s
derstood that Plus, llcaut and Corn art not inelull
.n rnit.t jiacngii, oa account of their weight.
Versnllltf. v-.tr.,r,l I'o . Kr.
VV Send for n Description Catalogue,
March 15, IcHl'.'.-ani, ,
A large assortment of rholco rigars, Tobac-o, rip1""
Fruits. Cuiirrli(iii,..y mid Notions ecnrrull) ,tcgH'
er with h full nock of HATS and CAPS, constantly "
hand and for sale cheap, at the "Ulooni.butg Hal -tJP
.... JOHN K, GIRION,
Baomiburl, March 10, 1601.