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He that ly lt Plough would thrive.
Jlmitlf )( eJlAer Aoi or drive.
TUB VALUE OF GOAL ASHES.
Coal ashes is as a general tiring thrown
away anil thought n nuisance. But after
soBio experience I am inclined to tako a
different viow of tho matter.
It may bo and undoubtedly is tho caso
that thoy aro less valuablo than those do
rircd from wood. Tho ash oi coal contains
gypsum, limo and phosphoric acid, but its
main bulk is composed of insolublo silica.
I havo found coal ashc3 to bo very useful
in tho peach orchard ; in tho fall thoy
should. bo spread around tho root of tho
trco at tho rato of a good-sized wheelbarrow
load to each trco, and spread somo five
inches thick at tho trunk, and sloping off
gradually all around ; tho ashes should bo
allowed to remain in this position until the
trco is out in bloossom, when it should bo
spread over tho orchard. I consider that
I hare derived muoh benefit from this plan,
and would account for it in tho following
manner. Wo all know by experience that
a largo pilo of coal ashes will retain tho
frost much later than common soil tho
ashes at tho trunk of tho trco (as I havo
proven by experiment,) retains tho frost
later in tho spring and prevents tho trees
from coming out in bloom too soon, An
other good effect is that ashes thus applied
will keep off the peach worm, which is often
so destructive to the trees. Besides these
mechanical advantages, ooal ashes contains
substances which arc beneficial to vegeta
tion of all kinds. Last winter I kept a
portion of coal ashes under shelter until
the ground wa3 well frozen, when it was
spread as before ; if tho effect was thereby
changed I will report at tho proper soason.
This system will apply as well "to other
fruits as" to tho peach. I havo tried it with
.tho samo success on apple, pear and cherry
Ono of my neighbors has for many years
.applied coal asliosato his potato patch as a
preventive of rot, and has not tinco been
troubled with rotten potatoes. Ho rotains
tho same piece of ground several years in
succession, and applies coal ashes in largo
quantities each year. AaiucoLA.
Galls on Houses. As tho heat and
labor of tho season increases, horses will
suffer from various flesh wounds, whioh if
no't immediately cured, will cause groat
suffering to tho horse, and wasto of time
and temper to tho owner. Let, therefore
a hint or two from tho American Jlgricul
turist bo now heeded :
"Prevention is better than euro. In
tho first placo, bo sure that your harnass
4a in perfect working order. Sec to it
"especially that tho collar fits well, and is
smooth. If the inner surface is rough, it
must chafe, and soon wctr off tho skin.
A looso layor of leather under tho collar
is a good contrivance to lessen friction
uponjtho animal's neck and shoulders.
Whilo spring work is pressing let tho hor
se's shoulders bo washed every morning
with a solution of alum and whisky. At
night, when coming homo from work
sweaty and soro. let tht shoulders bo wash
ed with tepid water, then rubbed dry. II
then galls occur on the breast or back,
wash them clean, then apply an ointment
made by mixing together a spoonful of
pulverized alum and tho white of an egg.
CiiEAr Summer Food tor Hoos.
The editor of tho New England Farmor
says he has practiced tho following plan
for summer feeding of pigs for many years,
and finds it to lo an excellent ono :
"A few rods of grass-plat convenient to
the pen is reserved for this purpose, and is
manured by tho weekly suds from the wash
room. Commencing at ono biilo of the
plat, a largo basket of tho thick, short
grass is mowed each morning whilo tho dew
is on, and a part given to tho swine at
each feeding, three times a day. By tho
timo tho last portion of the grass is cut, the
first is ready to bo cut again, and in this
way tho ground is mowed over many times
during tho sumraor, whilo tho grass is kept
short, thick, tender, and sweet. It keeps
tho hogs in a healthy growing condition
thoy aro fed as muoh as thoy will cat every
day, and littlo additional food is needed
besides tho slops from tho kitchen."
A Lucious Prospect. There is every
reason to hopo for a plentiful supply of fruit
this soason. Fruit trees of all kinds aro
very full of young fruit, and unless an un
timely frost interpose, wo shall havo an
old fashioucd supply of lucious peaches,
npplcs, plums, cherries, &c. In this con
nection wo venturo to repeat a hint concer
ning chorry trees. Wo notice an occasional
trco tho limbs and twigs of which aro cov
cred with Binall knots, caused by tho
working of a destructive insect. Eycry
trco of this kind sliould bo cut down and
burned. Thoy aro worthless for fruit
beariug purposes, and if not destroyed by
fire, will communicate tho discaso to all
tho other trees in tho vicinity, and after a
trco becomes diseased in this way it rarely
lives nioro than two or thrco years, and
ceases to boar fruit.
BLANKS I BLANKS ! I
Of every description, for aalo at thia oflico.
List of Dealers in Columbia County,
FOR Tim YEAR 1802.
Or Goods, Wares, Merchandise, See.. Distillers, Picw
era. Eating Homo Keeper, within tho cnunty of
Cotitmliln. returned nml classified In occordaneo with
tho several acta of Assembly, by tlnf Appraisement of
McrcanllluTnxos of talil cnunty ns follows, to wit i
rtuDr.nsr clam. rotum.
Bloomsburjt Iron Co., 8 30 00
McKelvy, Ncal &Co., 8 30 00
II 0 & I W Ilartman It IB 00
S II Stiller & Eycr 10 10 00
A J Sloan 13 10 00
L T Sharplcss 14 7 00
Jcrominh J Browor 14 7 00
David Stroup 14 7 00
John K Girton 14 7 00
David Lowenburg 14 7 00
Elias Meudonhall 14 7 00
Dr P John 14 . 700
John 11 Moycr 14 7 00
Kphraim P Lutz 14 7 00
QcoB Ilacenbuch 14 7 00
B Stoncr H 7 00
A M ltuport 14 7 00
Oliver A Jaeobv 14 7 00
Simon 0 Shivo 14 7 00
Miss Amelia D Webb 14 7 00
Joseph W Hondorshot 14 7 00
J03 Sharplcss Foundry-
Stoves 14 7 00
Philip S Moyer Stoves 14 7 00
F Fox Confectioner &
Baker 14 7 0
Bowman & Owen ll 15 00
Abraham Miller. 11 15 00
Jackson & Woodin 12 12 GO
Itcubcn II Nicely 14 7 00
Joekson & Woodin
Foundry 14 7 00
A Mi.ler Drug Storo 14 7 00
A P Evans J B Dodson,
Ag'tDrug Storo 14 7 00
Levi Kurtz 14 7 00
C B Sceskoltz 14 7 00
Parvin Masters 14 7 00
Samuol Hoacock 14 7 00
Hiram F Everett 14 7 00
Mrs II A Colo 14 7 00,
Franklin Shuman 14 7 00
Emanuel Friedman 14 7 00
John Sharplsss 13 10 00
Jesso K Sharplos3 13 10 00
J S Brobst 13 10 00
Geo Hughes & Son Stovo 14 7 00
o V ltinard Btovo 14 7 00
Jacob II Creasy 14 7 00
Levi Keilcr 14 7 00
U W McKelvy & Co 14 7 00
William John Stove, Bri
tannia wares, &c , 14 7 00
Gilbert II Fowler 13 10 00
E W M Low & Brother 14 7 00
Jacob Sponslcr 14 7 00
C II Hess & Co 14 7 Oti
C F Hill 14 7 00
D K Sloan 14 7 00
Mrs M Gorrell 13 10 00
Jonathan J Hoagland 14 7 00
J B & It Knittlo 14 7 00
Daniol McHonrv 14 7 00
George M Howoll 14 7 00
E & A A P Unangst 14 7 00
B Ainmcrmau 11 7 00
Solomon Buss 14 7 00
George Masters & Son 13 10 00
John Loggott 14 7 00
Jacob Schuyler 14 7 00
Bonjamin & Chas. Eves 14 7 00
M G & W IT ihocmakcr 13 10 00
Charles Ncyhard 14 7 00
Jacob Harris 14 7 00
Washington Ycager 14 7 00
Jacob Ycager 14 7 00
Abraham ltfco 14 7 00
Mark Williams 14 7 00
William T Sbuman 14 7 00
Itcighard & Nuss 14 7 00
Ncal McCoy 13 10 00
Miller & Swisher 13 10 00
0 & W Krcamcr 13 10 00
Creasy & Brown 13 10 00
Reuben Miller 14 7 00
W Bittenbendcr & Co 14 7 00
Lazarus & Fisher 13 10 00
A B Stewart 14 7 00
William Fritz 14 7 00
A Coleman Merchant Tai
lor 14 7 00
Isaac N Klino 14 7 00
Judah Chcrriugton 14 7 00
Peter Ent 13 10 00
II W Cresy & Brother 12 12 50
William Peacock, Drug Str. 14 7 00
Samuel A Worman 14 7 00
B F Tieighart & Brother 14 7 00
U B Fowler & Urcvehnc 13 10 00
David Whitmyro 14 7 00
I & I Urcvehng 14 7 00
II M Fuller-S L Bottle,
Ag't 13 10 00
Jesse It Pennington 14 7 00
Rohr McIIcncry Bonton 11 15 00
Edgcr & MoIIcnery Fish-
ingcrcok 11 15 00
ltiohard Plummor Bloom 11 15 00
Kcuben Miller Briaroreck 0 20 00
Miss Mary Barkloy Bloom 14 7 00
Misses IJarmaus do 14 7 00
Miss E J Wilson do 14 7 00
Mrs A r Fowler Scott. 14 7 00
Mrs A J Brass Berwiok 11 7 00
William B Koons Bloom
J II Hcndcrshot "
Frederick Nicely Berwick
Miohacl Frantz "
Henry Lohman Ccntro
Samuel Kostonbador Cattawiiia
Lovi Keilcr "
; Connor & Brother Montour
I W Bittonbondor & Co
John D Kromcr Mifflin
! All persons who may feel agrloved by the abovo da.,,,
Mention can havo an opportunity of appealing by fall,
log upon thouuderiigueduthljofflce, (starof theNorth
Oilirelin llloomsburf, any lime on or beforo the loth
lay of Juno, loliJ, or at Ilia Commissioner's Olilco !
Illoomaburc, on llio 19th of Juno, after which nn apnea
will ba heard, WJI, II, JACOIIY?
, MoySI, 1002. Mercantile Appraiser
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and Ave copies til bu sent at thu remitter's expense fur
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ofAgcuts. An Aiilnt Wantkii in this Coumv.
Terms niauo Known on nppncniiun to me ruunsucrs
Nov. SI, lcCO.
"Jllin undersigned is also extensively engaged In tins
iiiiiornaloat his Warcruoms, a largo assortment of
firUSUED tsaSrSl COFFINS,
lly whieli ho is enabled to till orders on presentation
times bo ready to attend Tunercls. '
-,.ru iut s iriinii iinr.n nml itrc. .fill n. nl
n, , t t-IMON C. SII1VE.
ninomsbiijg, January 2D. 1S30
Five IVooiT eJcsncJJl for Sale
A lot of superior Fibe Pnoor Cbment. csnee.lallv nd.m.
c. r f0li ,'cil""t"'!t Hoofs. Ono gallon will cover 100
,-,i . i . . ' "'"S. nnu is insured pronf against
n'rirnu i t- l'i wc'itUa'- , c'" bo had nt inniiiifucturcra
LEVI L TATE.
liloomsburg, July 13, leoi.
No, 125, South Elovcnth Street near Walnut,
Enamoled Class, Tre.oo, Oil and T-ncaustic Palming
' ' THE UNIOnT1
Jirrh Street, Above Tl.ird.
F HIA DE LP 11 IA.
THE situation of thii lintel renders it ono of the mo.t
rnnvi'llll-tlt Cnr ll.n.n t, l.n ..t..t.t .
. t.. , .miiii i-iiiiaueiiiia
on business; while to Ihoso in search of pleasure, the
coiibtantly passing and repairing City Railway cars,
and thoso in close proximity, nllurd n cheap and ideas'
antrido to all places of interest and auiiit-niiem in or
about tho city.
n o proprietor gives nuranco that -The Union"
tsHflll (ill L'ntit it'll li .iiih .--, nt ...
"-r- ...... bwvs. i-iiuim;i tis vill IIll'Cl llUJjI r
upprobaiion, nnd would rc.pmfu!ly solicit, Kencral nat-
r(inn-i inm-nv Li in ...V Ul
qMIE Spring term of this Institution will eommenc
Monday, .4iril, (lie 7th, 1802.
Tlie Principal will bcnssiitcd by able instructors, nnd
an ample facilities will ho oll'ered to qualify students
for teaching, for business or for u more extensive course
in literature, a liberal shuro of palronago is again solic
ited. Pupils who do not come from homo, or are not put
under the charge ofnear relatives, must board nt the
Seminary and l.o snliject to the regulations thereof.
They must provide their own towels and havo each ar
ticle of clothing distinctly marked,
Eleven weeks ccnstitutu n quarter, and thero will bc
vacation of about six week in midsummer.
Hoarding, washing nud tuition, with furiiuhcil rooms
will be 4A3.O0 per quarter, oue-half payable iu ad
vance. Tuition alone, in common branched, 5,00
do including advanced nlgebrn and mathe
do in Latin, German, or Trench, extra, 1,00
Tor further particulars address
,, , WM. I1UIIOE33, Principal!
Mitlvillu, Col. co:, Pa., Tcb. SO, ltflW. Or,
GILL & PAUL,
General Commission Wcrclianls,
Fish, rrovlsions. Flour, itmtur, Cheese, Oils, Uripil
niii, wt-uii ii;aii9, tkiii.ituy, WOOL
Country l'ruduce and ."Merthandibe
NO. 3 1 NOB.TH WlUItVEfl, TmLJlDELplIIA.
m fntiei-MMiMiitD nrPr,Lin... I r
rroilusG floliuteii.uini return, proinptly made, Cash
aiH'atiwd when ileeired,
OUDilllB fur ult liiiuU of Fish, Frovisions, Flour,
Jiried Fruits, itciillcd allUu Joweu Ca.li Frices.
Jiuautt i, guu i(u.
ALL pcrsoni knowing thenieelvcs indebted to the un
dersigned on book iiccuuut or otherwise, arc hereby
notilled to como and settle up by the 1st of April, IblM,
or toeir accounts will bu put in tho hands of proper bin
cers for collection. I nnul havo my accounts settlod.
Mill Creek Woolen Taitnry, I
Mount Pleasant, March 15, letii-3t. 1
FniSIIIlUTII &, UKOTIlEItS.
NO.IOS.NOUTH TIIirtD STREET
JONAS BROOK & BltO'S
PltlZK AID.IL Sl'OOL COTTON.
200 & 000 yds. White, Elaok, & Colored
This Thread being m.ido particularly for Hewing Ma
chines, i very Strong, Smooth and Elastic. Its
strength is ;iot liniinired by washing, nor by frirtiou o
tho needle. Tor Machines, use Urooks Patent UJaco,
For upper thrond,
and L'rooks' Patent Six Cord, Itcd Ticket,
For Under tlire.id,
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the country
Also, iu cases of IUU each, m.snrtnd Nns., hy
W.M,11ENKV B.11ITII, Suit Agent,
.., 30 Vesey Htrcct.New Vork.
Nov. 9, 180L Oin.
rplIB undersigned Informs tho citizens of liloom
J. and neighborhood, that he has taken tho largo rooni
Initio Exchange lllotk, extending over Messrs. Stoncr
& Tox's Hakery, nnd tho llookstore where he has nut In
u largo rikyllf It. II Uonly hy Hkyllghtthat good tile"
ures can bet en especially groups where each nerson
Heliasgon tu considerable txpenso to mnko his cs.
ntillshmant first class one, and ho therefore solicits a
bcralpatro Jge to enable him, to constantly inlroduca
thu mode i iniprovoments of the art.
E7Co'M 7 produco taken Iu Exchange for nlcliim.
lUtomsburgi Nov, S3 1861,
..... wi. r.
Nov, 0 'i3
riiil.uW'lphia & (lending U.iil Uo.id.
WINTER A R II A NGEMKNT
iNTfwijsn to if of rAn8nNor.il tiuin?.
4$l!&win November 4, led,
i Dnwn'tol'hllaitcliihla.uttl.VOotid 11 A M, 13 noon,
nnd 1 1' M.
Up, to I'ottsvlllo, nl 10,.lu A M, and 5,13 r M.
tVUST, TO Li;ilANO.V ANIJ IIAltltlSllUliriS
Western Mxpress from New York, at 1,07 A M.
Mall Trains, nt 10.53 A M, and 5,4.1 1' ,11.
On Hnmlnys, the Down A .11 Tram pining Heading,
nt 0.WI A .11, ami Up Train, at .1,57 1' .11.
Until. 10,50 A M mid 5,13 1' ,11, up Trains connect nt
l'ortt'lliitou rnrTnmnqUa, Willlamsport. L'mlra, Huff
nl , Niagara nod Canailn.
Tho 1U..1U A Mi Traill only connects nt Tort Clinton
for Wilkosbarre, Hirantnn nud l'lttston,
i Tho Western llxprcss Trains connect nt Harrlibitrg
with I'.tpress Trains on llio rennsylvanla itailrnad for
Pittsburg, nml nil points West! nod the Mail Trains
1 connect nt tlnrrisbiirg for Lancaster, Chambersburg,
Hunbury, Willinmport, Lock Haven, Lllulrn and tho
' Tlirnngh rirst-Cln Coupon Tickets, and Immigrant
Tickets nt red n red Tares, tu all tho principal points in
the North ami West, and the Cnn.n1n.
! COMMUTATION TICKETS,
I With 20 Coupons, 25 percent discount, between any
' points desired,
I MiLHAtin TicKlrra,
Good for 2000 miles, between nil points, at $13 for
rainilios ami lluslness firm, nnd Staion Ylttcts, good
for tho holder only, for three months, in any Passenger
train to I'hlindclpnia, at siuaacli. bciiooi season iick
ots one-third less,
f" I'lissungers will take tho Express Train West, at
tho UlTCIl HIH'OT, mid all other Trains, nttho LOW-
to lbs of baggago nllowec each passenger
- Vi I'ussriieers nro reouested lo nnrehasc their Tick
ets before entering the cars, as higher Tares charged if
pain in cars,
Up trains Ic.V'o Hhllndelphmfor Reading Itarrldiurg
mid Tottsville nt 8 A M, 3,15 1 M, nnd at 4,30 1' M, for
VZT Uxcurslon Tickets, good for one day, by Ofi'i A,
M. Arconimudatlon Train to Philadelphia nud return
at Si M each. i. A. NICOLLM,
Genera I Superintendent.
January 4, 1PG3.
Lackawauiiit & liloomsburg iiaiIro.nl
ON AND AT'IT.Il NOVEM.25, IfOI, PAS3E.VOEP.
TICAINB WILL KUN AH TOLLOWM!
MOVING S O U T II.
Leavo Perantnn, 5'J5 A.M. 10.30 A.. II
Kingston li.:iO T.M5P M
" HloomsburB f.3i
" itupcrt, V.4I)
" Danville, tl 1.1
Arrive ntNottauniberland, 10.00
.11 O V 1 N U NOR T II
Leavo Northumberland, -I.IIO P. ,11.
11 Danville, 5.10
" P.uport, 5.15
" lllooinaburir 5.57
" Kingston, S.OOLeavo 1.15 P. Ml
Arrive at Scrnntou, u.uo r. ai, a.40
A Passenger Train also leaves Kingston nt 8.H OA. M,
for Scrnntou, to connect with train for New York. He
turning, leaves Scranton on arrival of Train from New
York at 1.15 P. ill.
Tho I.nrkawanna and lUoomcburg Railroad connects
with the Delawaro, Lackawanna nml IVesicrn Itailroad
at Scranton, for Now York mid intermediate points cast
At Rupert itcouncctt with the Cuttunlssu Itailroad, for
points iioui ca?l anil west.
At Nnithumberland It connects with the Philadclnhia
Eriell. U.andN.IJ It. II. for points wont and south.
JOHN 1 IISl.CY, Siib'i
J. C.Wells, Oen'l Ticket Agn
Nov. 30, ltfill.
Cait.wlssa itaii lioarf"
TASS UUI'EIIT STATION.
SOUTHWAKU IJOUNU T11AIN3.
Philadelphia & N. Y. .Hail 10 5.1 A. M.
" " Express li.'Jo A. M
N011T11WA11U HOUND TUAINS.
Elmira Mail 3.41 P. M
Niagra Express 1(115 P. M
W. WIRT ESQ.
NOW occupies the room upstairs in front in Mr.
Uiiaiigt's brick building, on Main f'trocl below thu
American House. A moat convenient otlico : where he
will be happy nt all times to see his friends and clientn.
uioomsoiirg, rvuv.ii, ictii . ;im,
PllOTECTION FitOJI LIGHTNING.
'fill! subscriber would inform his friends, that hi is
X now prepared to put up, on short notice, and in a
scientific manner, tho best
rWTIA'A POINTED LIGHTNING ItODS,
at 13 J cento per foot. All work warranted.
Li. 11. IHULUHAN.
Illooinsbnrg, May 21. ISf.O.
If OUT AM SflfiWMfiAfiiittW
THE undersigned, having opened n new P.OO'P AND
SHCC ailOT, on Main street, iu llopkinsville. East
Illoom?i)Urg, respei tfully iu ites the custom of the citi
zens anil tho public generally. All Minis of Hums,
Shoes, &c, will bo promptly made to order, on short
nonce nnu moucraio icrius. trnin long experience In
his Hue of business he flatters himself that ho will bo
able to give general satisfaction tu all who may favor
I, Iu, Willi fl,..lr n.lnin
? tiiain, Provision and Produco ecncra'lv taken in '
exchange for work.
II. V. 1IKOOK3.
liloomsburg, July ti, ieoi-3m.
Nm&TfkVlhlli $2 MAT,
S". E. corner Third and Dock Streets,
Hats made to order, of anv Stvle or QHalltv nt Rim.i
January 4, lEfiJ. Cm,
INDIAN VUGCTABLE KfllMENAGOGGC.
This Celebrated Teinalo Medicine nossesneA virtnn.
unknown nfaiiything else of the kind, nud proving eip.
ectual alter all others have failed : it is nrenarcd from
an "Indian Herb" peculiar tu Northern Mexico and Tvx-
is, and is used by the Natives iu producing tho month
ly sickness, u i designed for both inaaried and single
ladies, ami is the verv liett thinir knnu n rorilnt m,n,,w,.
us it will remove all ohstruitlons after other remedies
navo neon ineit in vain. It Is a pleasant ten, contain
ing nothing injurious to lienith, and a cure to bc relied
upon in all cases.
Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of tho Womb! Tloucs AI
biM, or Whites: Chronic iMIlamation. nr lllcerntimi nf
tho Wouib; Incidental liciiiorage of I'looding , anddis-
u.u ui iiiu opine,
IT" Ladies in tho early stago of pregnancy aro cau
tioned ugaiu.t tho uso of this tea, us it will produce
pnfpvnEn and sold nv
DR. C. W. ENCLIHII, No. 7STJ RACE STREET
Prices Sl.00 ncr jiackage, (with full directions for use)
..j ,i, ii.au i-y ii, t) i.iiiircBH.
Dr. E, can ba ronsultcd in all obtinata female Com
plaints, iu pcrfcon or hy letter, nnd will furnish tho Gut.
ta-percha Temulo riyringo- highly recommended by tho
Tnculty to married ladies,for special purposes.
Also Hadicul Cure and oilier Trusses Improved Ro
tary and ripiue Abdominal Supporters-Shoulder Ilraces
Elastic and Loco Plucking Spinal Apparatus, for
Wenk mid Curved Spiuo-nnd Instruments for nil de
formities. A large Stock oftho above articles constant
ly on hand, mid will ho furnished nt lowest rates hy
sending order uith mciiMiremcnt andfull partirulajs.
(jy All coiumuniiations strictly confidential. Tor
further particulars pleaso Address,
11 R. U. W. ENGLISH.
7.'9 Ituco Street.
E7 I IIAVK NO AOENTS.
Nov. 10, lbdl li!in.
Nos. 9, 11,13, 15, 17 Courtlaudt Street,
NE.lK llllOADWAY. NEW YORK CITY.
This old-established and favorite resort of the Iluei
ncss Community litis been recently refitted, nnd is com
plete in everything that can miiiler to the comforts of
its patrons. Ladies uud families are specially and care
fully provided for.
It is centrally located in tho business part oftho city,
and is contiguous tu tho principal lines r.f steamboats,
cars, omiiibusses ferries, &c.
In consequence of theprcssiiro caused by the Rebel
lion, prices have been reduced to
One Dollar at d Fifty Cents per Day.
Tho tablo is amply supplied with all the luxuries of
the season, and ia equal to that of any other hotel in the
Ample accommodations aro offered for upward of JOO
lLl)o not belicvo runners, hackiuen, and others who
may say "tho Western Hotel is full."
THOS. I). lVINC,VR,NCm:aTEU l''Pfkl0r
Tcb. 15, IrtW.
(Lato Whito Swan,)
RACE STREET, ABOVE THIRD
D. 0. SIEaRIST7 PiioruiETOR.
Formerly from Eagle Hotel Lebanon, Pa
T. V. RIIOADrj, Cierk,
March 2'J, lti(M-l!ni,
F. 0. 1IARIUSON, M. D.
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of llloo.
burg, and viriuity, that he continues the practice
MEDICINE AND SUHUEHY,
ml solicits a churn of nublic natronaae.
OrricK, on Main Street, first house below Ihe Court
liuuse, mud uuuurg.
Tebruary 3, Ic55 tf.
oheTp MILITARY QAPS !
MILITARY CAPS, of every sort, suo and quality,
for 'alo cheap at tho liloomsburg Hat Cap Emporium.
Also tiroceries, I onfccuouurlcs ICigars, See.
JOHN K. GIUTON.
ooiruburg, Sept. 14, 1 01.
OKI T T 13 N D E N ' S
fi 0 L LEGE,
N. E. comer ofllh and Chestnut Strcels
. ..i.1.u.i,.H, mil. nnd
THIS IXSTITUTIOI, IIIMIM ii. V.I.I.
Is now consequently In the eighteenth ar of its cx st
mcc, nuinucrsniuoog us nimu i". ,.,.... .
nioetsucccssfiil Merchant, nnd lluslncss Men of our
Tnn OiurcT of the Initltutlon Is solely to alTord young
men facilities for thorough preparation for buslines.
- ...,., ...in.. n nniiltifi.
TIIK IIRANCIlESTcnnrare, i,iii-itf.(i - ,
. . ... . i. ..f i.-.lni li.nmiii.Aln.
OlO toino vnriuiis, uep(iiuiii:oiB wi ni
both plain and ornamental) Commtretal lam, Malhe-
.ile. rrltfnlll,n Writ r.ntTtiltcrlnff. DrtlUlnP, PhOTl
tgttrphy, etnil Modern Ltngnnget.
TteSvstbm or IfisTnurTiot Is peculiar ! no classes or
set lessons nro made use of, but euch sluilcnt Is tnught
lndivtduniiy, soinai no may ronimeiicuni hmj ii,.,,
attend at w hatcver hours nro most convonlent.
Oataloobus nroisuediiiiii((raitcr too uinoi npni
containing iimnos of tha students for the year, and full
..n.t!. ..in.. nCt.itiM. jti.e.. mill mnv ha obtained at any
tlmo by addrcslng the Principal,
I.i Extbssivb Atr.oMMoDnioNs, ridc-prcail rtputawin
and tho lencthij erperlente of ihe Principal, this Instltu-
ir l ... .n.l... in nn., nil.rt. 1,1 llin fnllli.
Iionmiers nit iiiiiwv 9,11'uiiu. t...j
try, fur young men wishing to prepnro for business,
mui tu obtain nttho snnio time a diploma, tc'IfA irt
proven rccewmfaflariimiiir iiiem nium iu unjf ..,i:.i.n,t
0.7-CBiTEnSN'sScnr of Trtttltet on Pook-Keit-ino.
now nore widelyclrculatcdthan any other work
on tho subject, aro for salo nt the College.
S. HODGES CHITTENDEN,
Jan. 25-18G2 Urn.
BAUGH AND SONS,
fllaiiiiracliirers & Troprictors,
S.01C, No.SlO South Wharves,
R Ji W-B ONE
Super -Pliospliato of Lime.
Littlo need bo snld to recommend this nrtlclo Its pe
culiar trtents ns n vigorous ami lasting manure hning
firmly established It in the popular favor. Wo would
state however, that not only having a continued caro to
maintain its standard cfllrncy, wo have sought to ren
derit innru immediate In its aetion, by tho addition of n
small quantity of best Peruvian (liiano. Wo do not
claim by this improvement, (w likh was made during
tho past year, nnd without publicly noting tho fnct,)oor
Super-Phosphato is rendered nuy mnro lasting In INeir
ect, or in any wav benefited, except in ensuring u quick
er anion on application.
pkic-, 15 per 2000 lis. casu.
GROUND HAW BONKS.
This nrllclo is ground without any prcvlouj prepa
ration, and contains all the organic matter of the bones
It is warranted pure.
PRICE S35 per 3000 lbs. cask.
Dy The above .Manures cn bo had of regular Deal
ers or of 11AUOI1 SUNH,
No 20 South Vlharves, Philadelphia.
Tebruary 15, 1603 llm.
NEW BUSINESS FIRM.
THE undersigned respectfully inform their friends
and the public generally, that they have entered in
to co partnership, under the name, style and firm of
MILLER & EVER iu tho
In the "Old Arcade." in lHoomHliurg, Columbia co.,
w hern they intend carr yiug on the business of oenk
nil. MtnoiHNm.iMi, in all its diversified branches ami
departments, and to whiih they invite an extension of
the public patronage.
S. II MILLER,
liloomsburg, May 11, 161!!. tf.
EVANS & WATSON
-?f.1&aiS'l"5 l, iron doors, for banks mid
vVs?"ri--a5"SIil,itoris' ir"n i-butters iron sash, all
rfry&?is2?g makes of locks equal to any made
in the united I'tateB.
Five Safes in one fir. AU emits out rirht! trith ean
tents In rood eondition.
The Salamander Safes of Philadelphia ngainst the
EVANS &, WATSON,
havo had the surest deniORtration in the following cer
tilicatc that their manufacture of Salamander Safes ,1ms
ni lengin limy warranted trie representations which have
been made of them as rendering an. undoubted security
Utllll9k ll.l- Itll.llU UlUilli'JI 1.
Phllndelpliia April 12. 1P5P
Messrs Emus ,y liaison: Gentlemen-It all'ordH
too lngliest salisratliou Instate , to you, that owing Ho
ino very protective qualities or two of the Salamander,
Safes which we purchased nf you some five mouth since
wo saved n largo portion of Jewelry, and nil our books,
&c, eipncd to the calaminous.fircinRanstiad place on
the morning of the 11th intt..
When wo reflect (hit these safes were located in the
fourth story oftho building wu occupied and that they
fell sulnequcntly iuWa heap of Iniriiiug ruins, where the
vast concentration of the heat caused the hrass plates to
melt, we cannot but regard the presi rvation of their val
uable contents as most coin incing proof of the great se-
viiiny tiuiiiiiMi ny your hales.
Wo shall tuko great pleasure in recommending them to
liifll, nri.il.iiinta ... n ...... ..I!.. I.. .. .1
...v.. . "i ...... B ..n ., , . ,,,, an.iiiiri uri".
GEOltfii: W. SIMMONS & 1IUO., Jewellers.
ITTThey have since purchased six large Safes.
August SO, 1WJ
THE Proprietor of this well-known and centrally Ioca
ted House, tho Ecihmik Hotel, sitiutu oil T .Mai
Street, iu Ulooniiburg, immediately onnoi-ito the Coliun
bia County Lourt House, respectfully informs his friends
and the public in general, that his llousu is now iu or
der for the reception and entertainment of travelers whu
may feel dunosed to favor It uitii ii,i, , '
spared no expense iu preparing the En iumo'e, for tho
entertainment of his guests, neither shall thero be any.
.i..K ,...1. inn i.i" ins pnrtj to minister to their personal
comfort. His house is spacious and enjoys an excellent
bunness location. ' ' "" i
Omnibuses runnt all times between the Exchange
Hotel anil tho anoin Rail Road Depots, by which trav-
,LI8.u.Vi.b,1 l,le?'"'ye'iieyedto and from tho re
spcctlve Stations in due time to meet the Cars.
Cloonisburg.JulyT.lECO- W B" K00-
Tho Grc t Unuso of
Just Published in a S:aled Envelope : Price C cts
A LT.CIUriH ItY Dn. CULVERIVHLI. (IV i'up
CAUSE AND CURE of Spermatn , "m Conlump 1 , "
Mental an. Physical-Debility, Nervousi ess, E , Kv -linpairod
Nutrition of the llo.ly ; Lassitude i WcTkueM
I' V.'S 'U"'? "?k """"Position nad inc"
' i n lty f;,rMb,u,l "'" '-""or ! Dullness of Apprehension
Loss of Memory i Aversion to sodcty: Love of Sol
A.v'Viio '""'i'lr S tl' "rt ! Di Xes - Headache:
Allect on? of the Eyes i Pimple, on the Taco i Involu,"
tnry Hmi.sious, and Sexual Incapacity: the conso.
''".."f Vouthrul Indiseretlon, c. tic!
IE7" Ihlsadmirabln Lecture clcarls nroves that tho
above enumerated, often .elf-ainicted, ev Hs ma 1 lB.
moved without inedicino nnd wilhou dangerous surgi
ea( operation., and should bo read by every man in the
Sent under seal, to any nddjcss, in a nlain. scaled
ddrSBI1,,0f 111 . p!2
,, ,, Br. CHAS. J. C, KLINE,
TebruarJ S' K Yo,kl lOniee Hox, 45M.
leuriiory 8, lAJ.J April 2t), leUI
TRUNKS ! TRUNKS! !
THE largest, host handsom
est and cheapest assort
incut of Hulo Leathor solid
It V-l.l,.1 'l'r.,,,.,11.... M
, ji . ' J1- illlllllS,
iMtSies' Jlonnct S- Dress Trunk
t.hildrcn'8 Cnaclies. I'rooel. w'
lors Leather nnd Carnet llneo )Jft
Packing Truuks c. tec., a
n,-lel,r,n,l r ..., ,..,I"0."A?.. W MA-n-FON-H.
,n, " i , , ,, "'el'" nn iroveii snert sprin
ill.. T ', 0;llllcr Prunk manufactory, No. 40S Morki
August 8 l7-tCf0r"Cr V0m mii Matkcl t'liilail'a.
J. . II V At 13 K,
(Successor to J. B. Sorvck.)
WHOLESALE DEALEll IN
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS
No. 8 North Tifth St., above Mnikct. '
Also, Manufacturer nnd Importer of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SUGARS.
May 12, leGO-l-Jin.
ALL persons knowing themselves indibted lo th
undersigned on Hook account or oihcnvjso. at
hereby nn.liied to come and eetlle up by H,a u, 0
Marth, let.'.', or their uccounts will positively be left in
the hands of a proper ollicer fur colli
Eycr's Grovo Mills, lh,B, ta.-r,
NATRONA OOAL OIL1
WARRANTED NOV EXPLOSIVE!
and equal to any KEROSENE.
WHY buy uii explosive Oil, when a few cents morn
per gallon will furbish you with u perfect Oil"
Tlltiilr. iidI nl, n
lv HAi'T,;MiAN,'J'AC"ri;'ulNCi TOMPANV,
Feby'i..1 lK'0"' ,'",LAUE'J
Tl lK)a-TOtASAI.AM.NDi:R SATES, HE
rVvSMtiCi nv'i:" to H Chestnut Street,
laa?.;'rfc(-ri,fl1 'bore third Philadelphia, have on
IAJlIC?mVl B'1 large assortment of Tire
m.t r i niei orooi c..iiaiii a i er tialen.
lints. Roaches, he.
-Mire, Moles, and Ants
-tlciMlugs. ,. .
-Moths In Tuls, Cloths, o.
-Inserts on Plants nnd rowl.
Insects on Animals, &C
-Every form nnd spcclo of Vermin,
"ONLY INTALLIDLU ltE.lir.DIE3 KNOWN."
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all othors) mo
'Tree from Poisons."
'Not dangerous to the human family,"
"Rats do not die on the premises.'
"They come out of their holes to die."
"They are the only iiifallhilile remedies known.'
"12 )cors ami more established iu New York City."
Used by the City Post Ollice.
Used by llio City Prisons and Ptntion (looses.
Used by the City Steamers, Ships, 4tc.
Used by tho City llniit.ij, Alins-llouscs,&r.
Used by tho City lliiti:ls--'Astnr'-'St. Nlcholas,'&c.
Used by the Hoarding lloue, kc. Sec.
Uied by more than SuO.OUU Private Tanillles.
See one or tno Siecimens of what is every where
said by the people EditorM Dealers, tee.
IlOL'SEKEEI'EltS-troiililcd witli vermin need be so
no longer, if they use "Co-crARV' Exterminators. We
Wu have used it to our satisfaction, nud if n box costs
$1 we would have It. Wu have tried poisons, but they
cif-cted miiliing; but "Co-irAnV1 article knocks the
breath out of Rats, Mice, Roarhes, and tied-lings, quick
crthau we can write it. It is in great demaud oil over
the couutry.-JIina O Gn-.cttc.
MORE GRAIN. mil provisions arc destroyd annunlly
iu Grunt County by vermin, than Mould pay fur tuns if
this Rat and Insect Killer. Lancaster II is. Herald.
HENRY It. COSTAlt We arc silling your prepara
tions rapidly. Wherever they havo been used, Rats
Mice, Roaches and Vermin ihsuppcnr rapidly-
DcKiR.t SroorrKR, Druggirts, IViudsor, Md,
"Costar's" Hat Itonch, . Extormluatoai
Costar's" Bed-Due; Exterminator.
"Costar's" IJectrlc Powder, for Insects, &o.
In -'jr. 5(lc. xno $1,00 Hikes, ItmiLss ano Elasks, Q3
$j Sizes for PlantatiuiiE, Ships, lloats, HoIcIb,
O AUTI ONI I! To prevent tint public from being Im
posed upon by Spurious and Highly t'ermewns Imitations
n new label has been prepared, bearing facsimile of
the Proprietor's signature, Exaiuinn each but, liollle,
or lUski-urclully before uurchaiilig, uud lake uolbing
All llholesalc Hiugglstsintho large lilies.
H iKilcsiild Afjcnls iii Ktw York City.
11. IV, II,, llrntl.... f. i'n . .. ..... - ... .
Sll. Hi III, l!rnll,r. .t n
Harral, Kisley lc Kltthou
II A Tahiiestniilt, Hull Co
A II D Sands &Co
IVhec l"r & Hart
Jam. s S Anpiuwall,
Morgan & Allen
Hall, lluckel k Co
P 1) Orvis
i'n n . oaic uobiiisoii
M Ward.C'liiw & Uo
AlcKissou k Robbiud
D S llariies Sc Co
P C Wells k Co
Laxelle, Harsh & Gardner
Hull, Dixuii Sc Co
Cou rail Tox
T W Dvott k Co I Kobcrt Shoemaker & Co
UAlaLuettockCo Trench, Richards Co
AND II Y
Druggists, Grocers, Storekeepers and Retailers general
ly in oil Country Towns Villages
J. R. Moyer,
EJ. P. Lutz.
And l it rt i . -
erally. U,UK' Horckoeporsuod ntoHarsBen
Orn' DcMc,r, ran """r above.
M'de,,r,edCr,n",icr "'r'""' .
lftnf.uia,l.,,foBrt fr tleMH'ircular'
Marth 15. iJStt " fotrrP0,UO ""
DR. LA CROIX'S
rniVATC MEDIOAL TRKATISH ON Tilt
Diysiologic.il View of Carriage,
8.'.n PAGES ANIJ 1.10 ENGRAVINGS n.,. '
TWF.stv.rtva ctKTS. Beht freo of postage to nil ,,.
the Union. On the Infirmities of youth nnd
disclosing mo secret iuiiicb oi uniu sexes of mi ,
causing debility, nervousness, depression of 1
pai piiiiin-ii "i in in-mi, snn.iM.il liiuKininca, isL."
toryinilsilons, blMshltig defective memory, ":K
Hon and lassitude, uith t onfrssloni nf Ihriltht J.,"
of n Boarding Sthotl Miss, n College Student ,
young .Marrica imiy, n n n iniinnu ailn,.,
tho tnnrrled and thoso coiitttnplntlng inairlnge, hl
tertnin secret doubts or their physical coiiiliu V
who nro conscious of lint log hur.ufdod tho hciiiihi
plncss.and privileges to which every human Wil'k
entitled. ... "II
YOUN'l MEN who arc troubled with weaknen . I
erally caused by n had habit Iu youth, the c-mt'ti
which .ire dlr..lness, pains, forgetfnlness, sonuti
a ringing In the ears, wenk ojes, Wunkness of u,!,
nnd lower extremities, confusion or ideas, In. 0i J
nry with melnilcholy.may berurrilbylhenullinr .iV
PARIS AND LONDON TREATMI.NT, "U0"M
Wu have, terently devoted much of our ti,.
VISITING THE EUROPEAN HOSPITALS, 1,
ourselie s ofthc knowledge and researches ntw,,,
skilled Physlolans nnd Burgeons In Europe ami thai
llnent. Those who place thcmsrlvcs under our . 1
will now havo tho full benefit of the inuny M:- ;
EKTICACIOUS REMEDIED uhlth wo arc cn"ll,i
lirn.liieii lnt.i our nrni tlce. and the tiuldii- .n... .. .
surcdoftlto saino real, assiduity, SLCItECV nmll,
lion being paid to thclrtnsos, whlih has so suttc. f
ty distinguished us hcrrlnforr. as n Ph) siri.n, i,
PECULIAR department of professional Practice J.
poit tiecnty-Jlvc years,
TrtfNCit Tkmale Ph. ts. Ladles ti ho w I r It fnr Atedl,
the elllcacy of which has been tinted Iu lhou,an(
cases, and never failed lo effect speedy cures iiil
any bad results.wlll use none but Dr. DeLiincy's ft!
Periodical Pills. Tho only Precaullnii neir,vnty.,
serve Is, Imliea should nnt take them If lliurla, ,,
son to believe they nro In certain situations (t,0 ,
ulnrs of which will bo found on Hie wrapper arr'n,
nlng each box,) though nlways safe nml healtl,
gently yetsouctlvo nro they.
Price $1 lr box. They rnn bo mailed to any '
the United States or Canada. 1
TO THE LADIES-Wlio lined a esnfidcnlhl mi
advisor with regard to nuy of those Intercsllii ,.
plaints tu which their delirnle organization rt,
them liable, arc particularly invited to commit llf,
'niB"KtH"rao Gaivasic 1'soiictivb." Tor mi
ladies whoie health w III not admit, or w ho have r
siro to increase their families, may ho obtained an;
It Is n perfectly safe preventive to conception, uh '
been extensively used during the last 2U yenra. f,
reducced to $10.
The Stcrcis of Youth Unvcill.
A Tnatlseon the Cause of Premature Decny-,
enn veirnlng. .lust puldishcda book shoving thtit
progress and prevalence a man g schools, Hoth nu,'(
female) et7ii !( habit, pointing out lite fetelvt
invariably attends its victims, and developing (It,.
progress of the disease, from the commencement tvtu,
It icill be sent by Mail on receipt if tieo a J rem At,
Ky Attendance dally, from 8 in the morning m
night, mid on Sundays I mm 2 till 5r M.
Medicines Willi full directions sent to nny part r.'
United Slates or Canadas, by patient communm
tbelr symptoms by loiter. I.'usincss corrtfpi.M,,
0.7"Dr. L's Ollice is strll located ai citiibliilinl t!l
the name of DR. LA CliOIX, at No. 31 Maiden I.ant
banv, N. Y.
Nov. S3 1S51, 12m.
WE will forward by mnll to any part of tlie l
States, po.t-poid, any variities that mav be oiilt,,,
the following prices :
11) varieties selected from those priced nt ScenU
per paper ,
22 varieties selected from those pticcd at 10 ernit
5 varieties selected from those priced at 1(1 ccnli
per paper ,
13 varieties selected from those priced nt 10 cinti
2 varieties selected from those rriced nt 25 ccnti
per paper t
5 varieties selected from those priced at 25 cent)
COLLECTIONS OK TLOWER SEEDS.
Persons desiring us to makn their sclcrtioin, n.it
ly upon our sending ouly those whiihura realht
showy and desliable, nnd nf easy cultivalien. ;
lievo that our ciperleuce w ill enable us tu maku i
lions, largo or small, that cunnot fall tu give iiitm,
100 Packets Annuals, Iiienninls and Percnniali,
fuvorlte kinds ;
50 Packets Annuals, Iliennluls and I'rooniali,
S.l Packets Aun'ials, best assorted
1 1 Packets Annual!, best assorted
BO Packets, New and Raru Annuals I
Choice Collection of Ornamental Grasses
" " nfEierla-tiiig Flnwi-ra
" " of Alpine or Hock Plants
" " Climbing Plants, Aunual nni
Choice Collection of Greenhouse Plant Seeds
" Ornamental Leaved Plants
, A. IIOItNEMAV ,
nnrist &3ocdmun, Versailles Woodford Cu. I l
IT" Scad for a descriptive Catalogue.
March 15. lbC2.-3m.
KW YORK MEDICAL INST
V benevolent Institution endowed for Uii run
Chronic Diseases of every nature, and to piutiiti
lids fiom quack advertisers and impostors. .No
ges except for .Medicine until cured, and iu case J
trcmejiovorty treatment free. Nn Minerals or r
oils Drngs used. The 1'hyt.iclanshave had loiiju.
ten. ie experience boih i i private and Hiintiil
lice. The following a re mine of the complaints tu
special attention ii given. All din-as- of id I
Throat Lungs, Heart. Slomach. Liver. Kidney. I.h.
Ithi-umatism, Tits, Cancer, l'iles, Nrnnus All
Diseases of the Sexual Organs, Seininul i cukii'ji
lutcuce nud Vlrul- nt diecases uf every nat ire pu
ly cured. Diseases of Temales and all Irrcgnlsn
turces-fullv treated, llliudneis nnd lie.ifiii-ns
without painful operations. Patients trert-d liyi
by i-ending a statement ofthelr ease, .llnciun, w
any part of the country. Consultation free tu nil.
Addres.i, Stamp enclosed,
DR. L. ORAVI S, Ccnsulting rhy.it.1
. ,. tifl'J llroadwny, Nw Ion
April 5, I3G2-12m. '
PITTSllUltGII, PA., Corner Pcnn and St. Clair!
The largest Commercial School of tho Unite.) r
with npairoitagp or nearly Il.liOd Student., intlvi
from .1 State,, and the only ono which ailiudscoi
and reliable instruction In nil thorollmiing In
vm: Mercintile, illnnufacturers, Stiam lloat. Id
and (look. keeping. Tirst Premium Plain ami dr"
tal Icninausbip; also, Surve)iug, Eugineen.l
lays fora Commorclnl Conre- riiii.isnt. ..i.i m
view at nny time.
.uiiiisu-ri-aons- tuition nt hair price,
l or ( ataloguo of efi pages, Spciiineus of Itu
nnd Ornamental Penmauship. and n beautiful l
VlOWorrt .lilln.n fi-.,, ......l.l... . l
writing lettering and flourishing, inclose II cu
fct.nupmo the Principals,
a i ,n ,cJl;lNK,Na & SMITH, Pittsburg..
H. 0. HOWER,
RESPT.CTTIILI.Y offers Ills pr"f
al services to the ladies nud genilfi
liloomsburg and vicinity. He is p"
- " ,.v;,,u hi on tue various o n-rnn
the lino of his piolession, he is provided wnlilln
improved porcelain teeth, which will bo linen
gold, platina, silver ami rubber baso: to look os'
the natural teeth.
Itllneral plate and block teeth manufactured i'
eperationg on teeth, carefully and properly alb-w
llloomsbuig, Pa.. August:!, lelll.
Choice Vfgtlablo Seeds bv Jflnfl
10 Varieties for , Biro I
u arieties Tor s-liii)S'
Wishing tc give those who rcsldo'tit "n cli.t.
opportunity to tost the quality of our IWrrla!"
which i wo are confident will compare faiorabl)
any i offered in this country, we have prrpares
packets, which will bo sent by innll pViht-ruid
abovo prices. Ncnu but tho inoit desirable i
will bo included.
t.7.10. ,'",W,'"'MC"f. tee vish it Jiif
erslooil that Peas, Ilcans and Com are not isi
! mull packages, on account of their vclght,
.., Versailles. Woodford l'(
CIGARS Sc TOBACCO.
A largo nisortmont of choico rigars. Tolncco '
, ....!""; c,on,-''ionery and Notions gener.ill'
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