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lit that iy 1 JVia?A wevlA Unci.
ihnsttf must either hold or drive.
FERTILITY OF WHEAT.
A. Mr. A. W. Parker, ofSurroy,Eng
Jand, lately instituted a vory curious ox
Borlmeut in tho manftn-ouiont of whaat, of
which wo givo tho following-abstract. In
July, ho desposited one kernel of wheat
in a common garden pot, in August, ho
divided it into four plants, and in thrco
weeks ho again subdivided these into twelve,
and so on until Novembr, when tho wholo
number from this ono kernel araouutcd to
fifty-two, whon thoy woro all set in tho
open soil. In July following, twelve
wero found to be dead, tho remainder in
full health. On tho 10th of August, the
crops was harvested, and tho product was
1072 stems averaging fifty grains to tho
stem being an incrcsao of 03.000 grains!
How wonderful hardy and prolifio is this
plant, to indispcneablo to tho comfort and
support of man! Woro it all lost, by
somo terrible revoluion, and but a sin
gle grain loft, under suoh a process as wc
havo just related, how soon could all the
fields of tho world bo smiling again with
this golden, invaluable crop?
PaESEnviNd Fiiuit. For several years
past wo havo been trying to abolish the old
inodo of preserving fruits, viz : the addi
tion of pound for pound of sugar, and
stewing them down to an indigestible mass
in order to mako them "keep." Our ef
forts in this direction havo been in a meas
ure successful ; tho high price of sugar this
year will do much towards tho adoption of
tho newer and better modo. All kinds of
fruits can bo prosorvod for a year, or more,
with the uso of littlo or no sugar, and at
tho aamo timo retain nearly all of their
natural flavor. The process is not more
difficult, and is less costly than tho btcwiug
process, whilo the fruit is far more delicious
and healthful. Tho whole operation do-
pendsupon Bimply heating tho fruit through
and then keeping it entirely free from the
access of air.
Easy Method op Killinq Inbects.
For alt moths, and beetles that fly at
night, uso firo to trap them. A lira of
shavings, or anything that will mako a
blazo, kindled in the evening, will destroy
thousands. Tho more flame tho better, if
it does not scotch tho leaves. A cheaper
method still, is to take tho half of an old
sugar hogshead, or any open vcsbcI, with
a broad Eurfacc, partially filled with water,
and set a lighted glass lantern on a block or
etonc, in the center of the water at night.
Tho moths aro attracted by tho lantern
and its reflections, and fall into the water,
Tho advantage of th sugar hogshoad is,
that it serves for a trap by day as well as
by night. For moths that fly by day, wc
take wide-mouth glass bottles half fill them
with swoetoned water and vinegar, and
hang them in tho tress, changing tho liquid
weekly. Thousand of insect are drowned
Relative Value ov Food for Miclh
Cows. Tho Scottish Farmer observes i
"Sovoral French and German chcmist3cs'
timato tho relalivo valuo of several doscrip
tions of food for iniloh cows as follows :
That 100 pounds cf hay aro worth 200 lbs.
of potatoes ; 200 pounds of boot root,with
tho leaves ; 350 pounds of Siberian oal
bago 5 250 pounds of b'ect, without tho
leaves ; 250 pounds of carrots ; 80 pounds
of hay, clover, Spanish trefoil, or vetches;
CO pounds of oilcake or colza ; 550 pounds
of pea straw and vetches ; 300 pounds of
barley and oat stray ; 400 pounds of rye
and wheat straw ; 25 pounds of peas,bcans
or vetch seed ; 50 pounds of oats ; or 500
lbs. of green trefoil, Spanish trefoil or
n-T-THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER
All Kitchen Orcasc call be made iutogood SOAP, by
Ulifff BAi'UMl JUKI
E7-DIREUTION8 ACCOJ1PAN YINO EACH ROX I
EOAP is caeily made with it, as making a cup of cof
rso Aianuiueiurca uuiy uy mc l aieiucus.
TA. SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
No 127 Walnut Street, PHILADELPHIA.
do IP DaEDSESaiBDSSKD'B
MBROTYPE, FHOTOORAPn & MELAINOTYFE
ill! ? H: ZW y
Melalnotvnes, lie, token in Cloudy as well as Clear
Weather. Anibrotypcs and Daguerreotypes copied and
NORTH DANVILLE, PA.
Dec. 51, 1801.
TTOWARD ASSOCIATION, Philad-
1 I elphia for tho Relief of the Sick and Dlitreiscd
tnTrTed with Virulent and Chronic Diseases, and es
pecially Diseases of the Sexual Organs.
Medical Advice given Gratis by tho Acting Surgeon.
Valuable ULi'UitTS on m-r.it.iiAiuiiiuiu..i or
GEMlNiL WEAKNESS, and other Diseases of tho Sex.
ital Organs, and on this NEW REMEDIES employed In
the Dispensary, senl iu sealed letter envelopes, free of
Dr. J.SKILLIN IIOUOI1TON, Howard Anoclallon.
No. 3 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
April J, 16tM ISni,
JOL1NE & LEE,
No. 48, NORTH WHARVF.S,
Spun Cotton for Caulking, nopes, Twlnea, Tar, ritcli,
r Oakum, Ulocks, nnd Oars, ttc
Aoguit i, leWO-Hni.
Notice ia hereby given, that tho under
.i.ned hasnlaeed the following named property
lacbarge of Samuel Marr, of Scott townihip, Columbia I
.M.n,w Jnrtntr hla nleasure. viz : I
Cow. Pig, Cook Stove, flock, two Hods and Redding,
Cooking Uleniili. Tubbs and (.hairs, (.orner Lupboarrt,
Kitchsu Cupboard, ana one liiireau, wiui which an per
sons are joroiuucn io rncueic oi iiniicic, u. 'am ui
IhO law' penalties
A STORY OK WOMAN'S REVENOB.
MRS. IIKNltY WOOD,
Aultioi of "The Chnnnlngi," "Earl's Enit
Ly.ine," &c, .c.
JI Life's Secret 1
A Life's Secret I
A Life's Secret I
lly Author of "Emt Lynnol"
A LIFE'S SECRET, A Stout or Woman's Rkvemii.
ny Mrs. Henry Wood, author or "Lint Lynnc," "Tho
iHii livn c." "ilia
dimming!," and "The Earl's llelr.," will bo publlihcd
and for salo on Saturday next, May 24th. It is printed
arm, it is pruned
from tli d manuscript anil nuvanco proof-sheets, pur
chased by in from tlio author, In advnnio of tlio publi
cation (if thu work In l'.urupo, and will bo issued In a
Inrgo octavo loluuic, largo t)pe, double column, mid
Minted on the finest and licit of white paper. I'llct
Fifty cents in pupcr caver, or Sovcnty.ftvo cents in
Jlcadwhat Dr. il. Shetlon Maclentle, the Literary Editor
cfEernty't Prut, tayt of it edltoialtyin that piper,
Mr. Hknp-y Wood's newest new novu.. It Is sold
that Napoleon could dictate m three or Tour different
mibjcbts, to as many secretaries all at mice, .Airs. Hen
ry Wood mint have similar means of putting her clover
Heltons upon paper. Within the last rottiiiuht or so,
wo hnv noticed lire of her now novels, s'Tlio Earl's
Heirs," and "tho Clionnings," and here is n third to bo
publlihodbyT.il Peterson (t Hrothcrs. In a few days,
printed from the inunmerlpt and advance proof-sheets
purchased from the author, so in to anticipate its up
pearanco in London, welch wo havejust read from the
n.lv.mrn conv of tho Broof-sliccts senilis bvlho publish
its, "A Life 's Secret! A Story of Woman's Revenge,"
docsnot resemble any of .Mrs. Wood's proceeding tales
except in the wonderful power of putting the render in
to full possess Ion of tho mollies, nf tho leading char
acters, in giving tho must natural conversations, nnd
In concealing the denouement tothovery clocso of tho
story. This U't so cssenlial to Ilia uutcllst, Mrs
Wood posesses In n larger degree than any other liv
ing write. .Mixed up with the incident uf tho talc,
ulilili runs through it, is a striking mid painfully truth
ful account of the lisc, progress, and decline of the
social evil callcda builders' 'strike," His as power
ful as painful, and shows Mrs.Wood's pogsession of tho
elements of iloiuoilictragcily. The price of "A Life's
S"cret," is but Fifty Cents a copy, and Is sent free of
poetago by the publishers, to any one, on receipt of that
amount. 1'ubllshcd and for sale by
t. ii. rin'iiiiuovfc imoTtiERS,
Mil Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
To whom all orders must come addressed.
Mrs. Henry Wood's Otlur Uoohs,
Tub CtiAKKixns. A nonipsllc N'ovrl of Real Life, lly
Sirs. Henry Wood, author of "Earl's Heirs," "A Life's
Secret," "The Castle's llelr," "Tho Sljstcry," etc.
Complcto in ono largo octavo volume, double column,
making over thrco huiiilrcd pnges, and printed on the
finest white paper. 1'rico fifty cents u copy, in paper
cover, or ssvciiiy.fivo cents in cloth,
Tub Earl's Heirs. A Tale of Domestic LI'o. Ily tho
author of "Tlio Channlngs," "Tho Mystcry.""A Life's
Bcrct,""TheCaitlo's llelr," etc. Trice fifty cents a
copy, in pupcr cover, or seventy-five cents in cloth.
ty Copies of "A Lifo's Secret," or "Channlngs," or
the "Carl's Heirs," will be scut to any one free of poki
ng?, on remitting tho price of theedition wished, toliie
publishers, in a letter.
C7" llookscllors, News Agents, anil all othcri, will
please send on their orders atuiicc for li.it they may
want of "A Life's Secret" to start with, which will
prove tobe equally as popular as tho "L'liuimiiigs." the
"Earl's Heirs," or"Eabt Lynue,"
Address all crdcrsat once to the publishers,
T. It. l'UlXItSON Sc. UltOTHERS,
No. 30ti Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
NEW AND GOOD BOOKS I
just reuustitn asd rort sale dy
T. J. Peterson cj- Brothers,
300 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
Hooks sent everywhere free of postage, on remitting
to us the price of the bonks wanted, in a letter.
Gusluvc Aimartl'B Books,
The Ixoian Scoot. Ry Cust.ivo Almard, author of
The l'lowerof the Prairie," etc. Equal to J. I'entu-
more uoopcr s "t'atunnucr." l'nco ou cents in paper,
or io cents in cioin.
Tub 1'lower or TnK Phaikie. fly Gustavo Almard,
author or "The Indian Spout," etc. rulir equal to an
thing ever written by J, l onnimore Cooper, rrico 50
cents In paper, or 75 cents in cloth.
May 21, icu'.'.
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER,
DuuUe Sheet, Forly-Eght Columns,
Published every Morning, (Rxcept Sundoys,)bv Wm.
W. Harding. No. 121 South Third Street. Philud.
elphia, t'a. The fJreatc t newspaper of Philadelphia 1
The trying times of thu nation's history in which wo
live, render u Llvo Newspaper I an indispenhable to
every man who would keep himself informed of the
Important events wnicii lire nany transpiring. To
furnish a paper which will meet tho Just expectations
of the public in such n time as the present, requires an
amount of labor and of extraordinary expense of which
the community nt large have no conception, Tlio pub-
TUB PlllLADELVUlA .YQ Uflt ER,
has spared no efforts ormonoy to maku it all that it
could be made. Resides improving nnd strengthening
the home furce during tho pan year, svveral uf thu
best Reporters and Letter writers in tlio country bate
been sent, at great expenses, with tho Army and Navy,
ana uavu irrqucntiy given tuo pumicine nm nnu lull
est accounts by telegraph and by mail, of important
JiyUJt'TS AT TJIE ST. A T Of W All.
The Inquirer was the first northern naner to civo the
account of tho Ualtcras and Port Royal victories, and
was tivelvo huurs in advanco uf uny paper in tbucnuu -try,
in its publication of tho details ot the Unit Run
llatlle. Whul The Inquirer has done, is hut nil earnest
of what will bo done, in order to give its renders and
bckt uccuuts of every event of interest connected with
Tin: a heat iu:bv.l:.iox,
and at the same timo have It maintain its reputation as
tuc ucst gcueriii newspnper in 1110 country.
Tlio increase in the circulation of the Inquirer ilu
ring the your, is the bctt evidence of Ilia cxtint to
wnicii tnn iiuaiic my upon it ior tuo news 01 too uay.
lis circulation has uveruged for several months' past.
Ofi'M Tiro HUNDRED TllOUSA.XD COPIKSX
a week, or nearly forty thousand a day ; and it has.
during the year. In times uf excitement, reached over
seventy thousand n day testing the capacity of our
last press tome utmost to supply tnuuemanu. it cum
mencedthe New Year with new and beautiful cornier
faced type, nnd with renewed vijor and activity in its
rvews anu 1 mionui oep.irtinenis.
'ino inuuircr is inuencnuent in noi ucs.
O" Prices nt which the Philadelphia Inquirer is fur
nisln'd : Single copies Tivu Cents, or twelve cents a
week; Daily Paper 83 per annum, in advanco; Two
montns gi ; t ri-iveeuiy si. in letters snouici no
dressed to W.M. W. HARDING, Publisher,
Inquirer Uulldlng, 121 South Third 8 .
May 10, 1SC2. 1'uiLAHELriiiA, Pa
Accurate and Life-Like Tortr its
MEN OF THE TIME.
TTTEnro now publishing a scries of tin auo and Life
VV like Portraits of the llittiniiiiisheii Men of the
Timo embracing Military and Naval OlHccrs, Members
ol Congress, livillans, Sec, 'iheyuro lino line tngra
viugs, executed in superior style, and prepared from
the latest Photographs, many of which havu been ob-
taineu expressly ior mis collection, iicmg prinieu on
cards uf the came size us the "Cartes de Visile." thev
are adapted to the Photograph Albums, or can be sent
to instant iriein s oy man
These portraits are superior to nny now in tin mar
el, umi nro rcmarknblo for the falthiulness with
aui, umi iuu iviiiamuuiu l .'l .
which the likeness is porlrnvcd, When purcliasiu
ha lareful to inquire for.Marti 'ii's Curd Portraits, 1'rico
10 cents each, or twenty copies for ono dollar,
ILHcut oy man, pott-paiu, on receipt ot tuo price.
rrintnlMoiin.l cvlenslrn tiSKOrliuelil of I'lintnerai.h Al.
r . .... .
not si er ior. i stv iuTl tin sh . anv now 1 1 o
uinrKci, wiitiht tneynre oiierou m lower prices iiiin
. . . - -
unv others. Thu assortment (ninnii.es several new
varieues, as wen as new ueiigus anu ciasps. uvcry
Album is furniihed with a title-page and index, printed
WILLIAM S, St ALFRED MARTIEN,
100 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
Aptii so, lew-mi.
Quarterly Mirror of Fashions.
rnilE Summer Number will contuln four large and
X splendid fashion plates, three full sized pattern!,
comprising Ihe New Fremh Waist, uu elegant Sleeve,
and Misses Sack, together with nearly loo cngiavlugs
nf all tho novelties for Summer Ronnets, Clonks, Trim
inings, Children's Dresses, etc., and valuable infurma
lion In milliners, dress makers, inutliers, and ladies
generally, presuming the largcet and best fashion .Mag
azine in Ihe World, published 473 Hroudtvtiy, and sold
everywhere at'tf cents, or sent by mail fire, un receipt
of tho amount. Yearly $1 with the following vttluahlu
Each yearly subscriber will bo entitled to the selec
tion of 50 cants worth of plain patterns from tho des
igns In tho book, or from Ihe. thoiv room, or they may
bn ordered and suit by mail any time during the year,
by paying tho poitage.
Summer number will bo ready on or about the firit
May 3, lcCQ-3iv.
l'riuter, liookbiuilcr & Blatikbook
.W ANU FA (1 'PURE R ;
ViioLciLii and Retail Dealer in
PRINTINO, WRITINO AND
AUENT rOK TltK CATAWIIIA FAfKH MILLS.
Main Street, first doorbelow the Public Spuire,
Nor. 3.1, I8I-Km,
IMPORTANT NATIONAL WOllKS.
PUBLISHED 11Y 1). AITLETO tt CO.
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nut ril'.W AMERICAN CYCI.OFA.DlAt A popular ,
Dictionary of (lenctnl Knowledge. Edited by Umrioa
Kiflky mill Chahias A, Dana, aided by ii numerous se
lect corpi of wrltorslit all branches; ntSclencics, Art and
Literature. This work Is being published in about I J
lurgo octavo volumes, each containing "SO two eolnm
Vnl. 1 to XIII Inclusive, nro now rcndy.c.ich
t-nntnlnliie near '-Misi, original articles. An additional
volume ill no iiuniijiica oiico in auo it urcu ,,,
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tnc superficial, learned but not pednnic, comprehensive
but sunlclcnlly detailed, free from personal plquo nnd
nnrtvtm'judlco, fresh and yet accurate. It Is a complcto
stnti'ment ofnll that Is known upon over' Important top.
1 1. with tho conn uf human Intelligence. Every Import.
nut urtlcla In it tins beon specially written for Its pages
i ti elui urn nutlinrltles unnll tno tnnicou wnicu
they spenk. They are required to bring tho subject up to
the present moment to siniejust nmvii sinnus now, m
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Boogrnphlcnl accounts keen pace with tho latest explora
tions i Historical matters Include tho frehcst Just views
tho biographical notices not only spenk ofliie dead, but
also of tho living. It is n library ofitsclf.
AnmnoKMtNT of the I)i:oate or UnsiinEs s : Doing a
political liistury of tho United States, rrouitho organlia
tiou ufllio first 1'cderal Congress In iTbll to 1850. Edit
pd nnd compiled by llmi. Thomas II, Henio.i from the Of
ficial Records of Oongtess.
Tho work will be compiled in IS royal octavo volumes
of 7.10 pages each H of which are now ready. An addi
tional volume will bo published oiico In three months.
Cloth. S3 Law Sheep, SJS0; Half Mi'tSl; Half
"wfvVor'rRbcuRiNo run cyclopAIdia, or
li CRATES. .
l'orm nclub of four, and remit the price of four books,
nnd llvo copies will bn sent nt tho rcmiltet's expense lot
carriage. or fur ten subscribers eleven copies Mill be sent
at our cxponto for carriage.
Vn nilmr works will so liberally reward tho exertions
ofAircnts. An Aoest Wantko m this Cou.iiy. j
Terms mado known on application to the Publishers
Nov. 21, 1CCU.
THE undorslgnr-d Is nlso extensively engaged In tho
UndrrMing Ruttntm, and keeps ronstnntly on hand
nd for sale at his Warcrooms, it largo assortment of
W hicll ho is t'lllihlptl til nil r,pitrr nn nrpntntlnn
ALSO ICet'DS ll Fnnii llnran ntiit llnnrar.. nml will ftt til
times be ready to attend 1'unercls.
suiu.n v. Bttivi;.
llloomsbi'jg, January 29, 1850
fire Fiool' Cement ior Sale.
A lot of superior Eire Proof Cement, especially adap
ted for (leinetlf till Itnnfif. Clim ftiltnn ultl fnvnr 1IM1
feet of ordinary roofing, and is Insured proof against
iii anu nri nraiiier. can DC nail at manuiuctiircrs
oricCS. bv the enllnu fir hnlf h.irrnl. nt tlio fitlirnVf tlin
LEVI L TATE.
Ulooinsburg, July II, 1801.
No. 125, South Eleventh Stroot near Walnut,
Ennmelcd Glass, Fresco, Oil and Encaustic Painting
Jons uinsoN. o. H. Giuson.
January 12, IS01 3m.
"T HE UNION,"
-JrcA Strtet, Above Third.
P H I A 1) E L P II I A .
rTMIE situation of tills Hotel renders it mm nt tl mn.t
X. convenient for those who nro visiting Philadelphia
on business ; while to those in search of pleasure, the
constantly passing and repassing City Railway cars,
and those in closo proximity, all'uri! a cheap and picas
uutrido to nil places of interest and amusement ill or
uoout tuo cuy,
Tho proprietor gives nssurnnce that "Tho Union"
shall bo kept with sntli character as will meet public
uppiuuiuiuu, mm uumu iL'iociiuiiy soncii, general pat
r,i.in.t HITflV U V I'llllil I t l,
v..unu, w. . M ..... .,..
February 25. lf-C0-12iii, Proprietor
FUISUMUTII &, UROTI1EUS.
J .lOO.NOHTIl TIIIKU STltEET
riilli: undersigned informs the citizens of liloom
-1 and iiHighborhood, that he has tnken the large room
in tho Exchange lllock, extending over Messrs. Stnner
Sc Fox's Ihikcry, nnd the llookstore where ho has put in
a large Hkylif I t. It is unly by Skylight that good pjc-
ures cun bet iuu especially groHps where each person
an lie alien ii as wen us sepuruie.
Ha has iron to considerable expense to mako his es
ablishment first class out-, and he therefore solicits a
btralpatro igo to enable him, to constantly introduce
thu mode 1 improvements of the art.
Er-Co'in ;y produce taken in Exchange for pictures.
r.Uomsburg, Nov. 23 1S01. Nov, 0 :
GILL & PAUL,
General Commission Merchants,
Provisions. Flour. Ruttcr. Cheese, Oils. Dried
Fruits, uruin, fccus, neans, whiskey, Wool,
Country Produce and .Merchandise
No. 34 North Wharves, rniLABELrniA.
E7 Consignments nf Provisions, Tlour and Country
Produce solicited, and returns promptly mado. Cash
advanced w hen desired.
ORDERS for all kinds of rish. Provisions, TiOHr,
Dried Fruits, fee, filled at the lowest Uu.-h Prices.
August 4, lel.0 12ui.
WHOLE SAL EAND RETAIL
g Hat and Cap Store. JjsE
.. """ersifiieil :v, prcill lly I niormi 1110 ClllXens OI
mm.iustiuru. mill llifi iinhlle. in treiipml. lint lin i,. ...
'overt, tho . .ST.W HAT hfXtHE, into the house, on
nic in Mrri
Mrin Street, nearly oiMinsilu his luta stand, where
no nu- just receiveu u spieuuin assortment or
CITY HATS AND CAPS,
Dif.-i from Ilia Muuufucluries.of all kinds, styles, sorts
and ..izes, latunt fashions, which ho offers wholesale and
retail, at very low prices.
L" These Goods will bo sold at very low-prices lor
uuuuy i ay.
JOHN K OIRTON.
Illoomiburg, April 19, 1G2.
JSisol's Old Stand,
rpilE subscriber hai received Ills SPUING STOCK OF
L GOODS, which lie ollVrs ut fair price. To Hut.
ler Makers, he would say, bring it fresh and wo will
pay an extra price, as vo haven contract ut
which must to fulfilled, and wo run afford o pay an
nxtra price. Wo havu changed our Express day to
Thursday. Persons having good veal and calves, will
bring them iu on Wednesday evenlug or early on Thurs
Icrscytown, May 17, 1802 3t.
NATRONA COAL OIL!
WARRANTED NOV EXPLOSIVE!
and equal to ony KEROSENE.
WHY buy uu explosive Oil, when a few cents msro
per gallon will furbish you with a perfect Oil I
I PA. SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 137 Walnut Street, PHILADELPHIA.
! reby.aj.. leOi, 1 yojr.
1IE PENNSYLVANIA HOTEL,
DANrjllE, MONTOUR COUNTY, PA.
Entnituininent for Manand Ileast, in good nylo
and at moderate ralei.
CHARLES N, SAVAGE, PrePriltor.
Danville, April 17, 1862,
1 af--fSlJjU MSEil
vm, rvhs i 1 1 1 hi w r .ra
PHILADELPHIA it ERIE
R I L - R O A D.
I EH (LVANU RAtt. ROAD CO,, LKSSCC.
On nndnflef -llondny MnyStli, ISCi, tlmo at Northum
berland BlatbA will bo as follows!
Expren 0 1 a.m.1 Expreis
Slall 4 18.m II 10 01 AM
Slceplne l ars on Klglit Trains
tho l'eniisyl-tnla Itnllroad between llarrliburg nnd
Philadelphia , ...i,
Uii mail Train In both directions n Car goes throng i
via. Pennsylvania Hail Road without chauge I ctwecn
,,1.11- l1..l.l. ...! 1 n.l, ll.b.n
.m.uuu.pu.a 'baMUI'.I. A. lll.ACIC.
Bup't Eastern Ulviiion.
May 21, 1802.
Cattauissa Itnll Honii.
PASS llUl'EilT STATION
SOUTllWAItll HOUND TRAINS.
rhlladclphU & N. Y. Mail 1" A. M.
Express 12.23 A. M
NORTI1WARI ROUND TRAINS.
Elinlro Mall 3.41 '. M
Ni.igra Express l-lo M
riiil.nlclpliia Si Hciidiug Kail Koatl.
1771 una IfflT Tvif OP
November. 1, 1?UI.
Down'lo Philadelphia, at ,20 and 11 A M, 12 noon,
ami 4 P M.
Up, to Piitlsville, nt 10,50 A M, and 5,43 P M.
WEST, TO I.LIIAXON AND IIARlllsUURO ;
Western I'.xpress from New York, at 1,07 A M.
Mall l'rnlns, nt 10,55 A AI, ami 5,45 P M.
nu riundavs. th" Down A M Train naming Reading,
I at 0,20 A M, and Up Train, at 5.57 P M.
Roth lll.ou A ill anu i ..i. up i rains connect ni
Port I'llnton for Tamaqun, Williamvport I'Jinlra, Ruir
alo, Niagara and (.'nil ail a.
Tho 11)0 A ,M, Train only connects at Port Clinton
for Wilki'fbarro, Hcr.mton nnd l'ltttun.
The Western Rxprcss Trains t onnict nt llnrrlsburg
with Express Trains on the Pennsylvania Rnlina.l fur
Pittsburg, and nil points West ! and Hie Mnii Trains
connect at llnrrisbutg for Lunrnster, Chambertluirg,
tiunbiiry, William-port, Lock Haven, Elmira nnd the
Through First-Class Coupon Tickets, and Emigrant
Tickets at reduced t'nrcs, to nil the principal points In
thu North and West, nnd tho Canada.
CO M M IJTATIOX TI CK UTS,
With 2H Coupsns, 25 percent discount, between uny
Cnod for 2000 miles, between all Points, at $15 for
r.imllies nnd llutdni-s l'lrm, and &ru.fn 7'icA-cM, good
for the holder only, for three mouths, in any Passenger
train to Philadelphia, ut $10 each, e'ehuol he'uson Tick
nte .ini-.lhlril Ii-m.
rr?" Passengers will take tlio i;xpres 1 rain t esi. nt
tho UPPUR DEPOT, and all othu Trains, at thu LOW-
CO lbs of baggage nllowcc each passenger
nP- I'nsai'iiei.rs nru reuuested to uurch.ise their Tick
ets heforo entering the cars, us higher Fares charged if
paid in cars.
Un trains lca"o llhlladclpliiafor Reading llnrrl'burg
and Pottsville at S A .11, a,10 P M, and nt -1,30 P M, for
rr excursion tickcis, gnoi tor one uny, oy ti.uj i.
M, Accommodation Train to I'hil.u elphia and return
at 2 KUcuih. i. A. MtULIA
uencra r supcruiiciiueiu
J iiiunry 4, 1802.
LackitWiiuiu ii liloixusburg iMilroad
N AND AFTI-'R NOVi:.M.25, Idlil, PASSUNGER
TRAINS WILL RUN A3 FOLLOWS:
5 25 A.M. 10.30 A.M
f.ao 12.151" M
N O R T II
4.30 P. SI.
Arrivo nt Northumberland,
0.00 P. M,
1.15 P. Jli
Arrivo nt Scrunton,
A P.inanneer Train nlsolcaves Klugelon nt P.3 0A.M.
for Peranum, to connect witli train for New York. Re
turning, leaves Scrnntou on arrival of Train from Now
York at 4.ia r. n.
The Lackawanna anu uioomsuurg iiaitrnnu couoecis
with the Delaware, Lackaivanna and Wesieru Kuilrond
at r'crauton, for Now York and intermedinti' points east
At Rupert II connect- with the C'attan issaUai. road, for
points both cast and west.
At rtoilliilliiueuaim i. .t'nin....n , .i, i.iv.uii.i
AErieR. R.uudN.U It. R. for points wot and south.
junrn r. tusr.L.x, aup-i
J. C. Wells, Oen'l TieUtAgn
Nov. 30, 1801.
" W. WIUT ESQ.
'flW oreiiniea tho room upstairs in front in Mr.
Unnngst's bnckbuilding, on Main Street below the
American House. A most convenient ollico; whnro he
will be happy nt all times to sec his friends and clients.
uioomsourg, iov. it, icm.-.uu.
PROTECTION FROM LIGHTNING.
'I'HIJ subscriber would inform his friends, that lis li
J now prepared to put up, on short notice, nnd ill I
scientific manner, thu best
PIJ1TLV.1 POINTED IMIITXlXa RODS,
at 121 cents per foot. All work wnrruntcd.
11 E. U.11IDLEMAN.
Bloomsburg, May 21, lfif.0
THE undersigned, having opened a new HOOT AND
SIIUI! SHOP, on Main stroel, in llopkinsville, East
Rloomsburg. respectfully invites the custom of the citi
zens and the public generally. All kinds of Iloois,
Shoes, &c , will be promptly made to order, on short
notice and moderate terms, rrom long experience in
his lino of business ha flatters himself that ho will bo
able to give general satUfaction to u!l who may favor
him with their custom.
rr7Oralu, Provision and Troduce generally taken in
exchange for work. . F.UROOKS.
Bloomsburg, July 0, ieGl-3iii.
M 8 0 R 9 S
K1M1T B5LI2 $2 HAT,
S. E, corner Third and Dock Streets,
1'IULA DELPAIA, '
Hats made to order, of nny Stylo or Unality nt Short
January 1, leiM. Cm.
Nos. 9, 11,13, 10, 17 Courtlantlt Street,
NEAR RROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
This old-established nnd fnvorlto resort of tho liusi-
ncss Community has been recently relitted, ana is com.
plete in ever) thing that can iniHi-ti-r to the comforts uf
US patrons l.iiuiUB mm luiimiua uiu sih.-l,iiii; .11111 uil-
fully provided for.
It i centrally located in tho bu inns part nf the uty,
and is contiguous to the principal lines i.l UeambGaU,
curs, omnibiwses ferries, ec.
In conseqiienco ot tno pressure caused ny tug ucuci-
lion, prices havo been reduced to
0;te Dollur at d 1'ijly ( cuts ycr Day,
'Ihe tublu is amply supplied with nil thu luxuries of
the ,-ea.un, and is equal to thai uf any other hotel in the
country. . , ,
Auipie accomiuouationu uru uueren ior upwaru oi
tl.i ,.n, liMllnir,. rulinnrj lull It II llll . II Oil tlin t. llfl
may say "lliu Western lint"! is full."
1). I). WINCHESTER, Proprietor.
TIIOS. I). WINCHESTER.
Teh 1.1. wa.
(Lato Whlto Swan,)
RACE STltEET, ABOVU THIRD
D. 0. SIEGRIST, Proirietoh.
Formerly fom Eulc Hotel Lebunon, Pa
T, V, RIIOADS, Clerk,
March SO, lrlbS-lVnnj
NEW MILLINERY GOODS.
THE undersigned would most respectfully announce
to thu citizens of Ulooinsburg and vicinity, that .he
hnsjusl received from tho Eastern Cities her
eh SPRING AND SUMMER
!3y MILLINARY GOODS,
nrl of which sliu it prepared to maku a ve'i
tasonuble low figure. Her asortment of goods arcy
altlu lupuriur in point of durability an well as tasteful
liessi to uny offered inlhls section. Shu returns tluuks
for Ihu liberal putrouagesliu has received, and respect
fully solicits u cuutiuuanc of the same.
Illoonnburg, .May SI, 1SC2.
JONAS BROOK & BRO'S
PRIZH fllDAL Si'OOL COTTON.
200 Si 500 yds. White, Black, Si Colored
This Thread being mado particularly for Bowing Ala
chines, Is very Strong. Smooth and Elastic, Its
strength is not Impaired by washing, nor by frirtiou o
the Hecdic. For Machines, uso Urooki' Puieut Glace,
For upper thread,
and Rrooks' Patent Six Cord, Red Ticket,
For Under thread.
Sold oy rcipectublu draleri throughout Hie country.
Alio, in CAies of 100 each, assorted Nos., by
WM. HENRY SMITH, SoltAgm,
. MVssey Street, New York.
Nov, 0, 1 SOI. Urn.
N. E. comer of 1th ami Chestnut Streets
Tins Ismttrrwi, which was ettMUhct In 18. and
Is now consequently In the rW . -V'rt H
cure, numbers among Its graduates, hundreds or iub
tuoiisuccossful .Merchants and llusiuess ilcu of our
Country. . ,
TnsOsJFOT of the Institution Ii solely to alforJ young
r.iAiiitlAf,.r ihnrouoh iircparatlon for eusinns.
Tut llRAKCitF.Tt;oiiTnrc, Bmk-kupitg, as "I'l""-"
,,, to the various .lepartments of Irjd. I
hotn Plain aim ornaiiiviiiiii t . , ,
mallcs, Mielgnth Clill Engtaitring, uraicmg,
cgarphl, ami wcrn iwunogu.
TrBfctVSTRM or Instruction ii pccuinir ,
set lessons aro made uo of, but each ti idcnt Is ni h
.t. ..ih.ii. v rntnmnnr.oat any time, ami
attend at'whitcvcr hours are most convenient,
...... .innnr I Irt 1511101 Aliril
contain nam sf the rtiJcnf. f V Kr. ami n,ll
Pattlcul.irsoftrrni.,&c..uuil may bo obtained nt nny
iiiiiu uy uiniiKiii'a
InExtemsivb AreoMODTin.tfW-wrM r
ninl tlio length; npcritme cf Ihe Principal, tills Ililt . u
V," ..,ii,iZ. .nntl.,r iimnv other 111 tho coun
1 "V."'.". V . .riitarn for business
"' " ? ' 1 .i. ; tin J a rnrLOMt. iMicA .fl
nnu iuiimuii ... M..un,,
prortn rtcommtMaiion ior ineui mum iuu.., ...v.
.......... .,.. c Trmthn on PooK'Kcir.
iti.ieli-rltrulatedth.iu nny ethur work
on the subject, are for salo nt the College.
3. UOnUllS CIUTTRNDEN,
Jan. 25.186.' 12m.
NEW BUSINESS PIKM.
'IM1E undersigned respectfully Inform their friends
I i. ii,- npnemilv. that thev havo entered n
n.nnttriuiirililii. under Ilia name, stylo nnd firm of
MILLER A LYERIn the
In the "Old Arrndc,"ln Rlnomsliurg, Columbia ro.,
where tltey intend enrr ylng on thu business of oehc;
. ;,.... In nil Un diversified branch's and
departments, nndto whlili they invito nil extension of
the public patronage. .ilt.TXlt.
FRED'K C. EYl'.R.
. EVANS & WATSON
3 a ti.AMAxnr.it sAFr.M. ni!-
' jl AVtfJSW SALAMANDER fiA
'V "bore third PhitoMph
PhltaJrtiihi. have on
titiilnlareu nssortuu-iit of fire
f) Thief proof Salamander Jufes.
I so. iron doors, for hanks and
--irrr!, stores, iron tmiiifii" n"i t..iun, uu
makes of locks equal to ai V made
in the United Ptatcs.
Fire Safes In opr Jin,
Alt came, out riit; fit c
tents in I'ncw conuiiwn.
The Salamander Safes of Philadelphia against the
W0"J' EVANS Sc WATSON,
have had the surest demostratlon in Hie following cer
tificate Hint their mnuufneturu of Salamander Safes has
nt length fully warranted the rppn-sciitntlni'a which have
been undo of th"in ns rendering nn undoubted security
against the terrific element.
rhllalclphla April 12. 1?50.
.Messrs P.rans ,- Wntson! ! -lltl men It nOonls us
the high 'st satisfaction to Ftate to you, that owing to,
the vetv prot'ctivo qinlitn s ftn .i of th Salamander,
Safes which we purilus i of you so,u five monlh since
we snv 'd n large portion of jewelry, and all our books, '.
&c. exposed In ili. cnriiolnoiis, liteinRaiiftrad place on
the morniiie of ih llth Inst,.
Wlien wo rrfl it Hut th -si knfi's were Ideated in the
fourth srnry of Hi building vu mcupieil an I that tliey
fall subsequently intna h.ap of burning ruins, where thu
vast conrontrntloH of Ihu heat caused tin brass plates to
melt, we cannot hut regard llu preservation of their val
uable contents ns most enntinciug proof of the great se
curity afforded by your safes.
We shall tuko great pleasure in recommending tlmni to
men of business ris a sure reliance agaln-t fire.
UEORGE W. SIM.ilONS&llltO., JcteiUeri.
CJ7Thcv iiave since purchased six large Safes.
Augusta). If 59
riMIE Proprietor of this wtll-knnwnand centrally loca
1 ted House, the Excitikiiif IIore.L, ltuatu on Mai
Slreet, In Llluoiiisburg, imiuediately ?;niotite thu Coliim
bi.i County Court House, respectfully informs his friends
and the public in general, that bis House Is now in r
tier for the reception audentertainmenl of travelers who
may feel disposed to favor ll with their custom, lit- has
spared nooxpcnvi in preparing the Ext iiaxuk, for the
entertainment of his guests, neither shall there be any.
thiuir u noting (on his part) to minister to their nerson.-ii
comfort. His house is spacious and enjoys an excellent
uu-nie-!. Iiirill mil.
ICT" Omnibuses run at nil times between tho Exchange
Hotel and tin; tarious Rail ltoad Depots, by which trav
elers will bu pleasantly conveyed to and from thu re
spectivu Stations in due time to meet the Cars.
WSI. 11. KOONS.
Rloomsburg, July 7, 18C0-
fef HUMAN MISERY.
Just Published In a Scaled Envelope: Price 0 cts:
A LEU'IUHK DY Da. CULVERWELL, ON THE
CAUSE AND CmiH or Spcrinatorrba-.i, Cousumptinu
.Mental and Physical I'ebilily, Nervousness, Epih p.y
Impairen Nutrition of tho llody ; Lassitude ; Weakness
of tlio Limbs nnd Iho Hack; Indisposition, and Inca
pacity for Study nnd Labor : Dullonss nf A tlliri'lttillalriti-
i I.Ohs of Memory; Aversion to amiety : Love of Soli-
tune i I mutiny j sunilistrust ; Dizziness ; llead.ii bo;
Affections of tho Eyes j Pimples on the Face ; Intoluu
lary Eiuiibions, and Sexual Incapacity; thu coiibc.
queiices nf Youthful Indiscretion, tc Sec.
W 1 his admirable Lecture clearls proves that the
ubovo enumerated, nncn self-anililed, ciils may bu re
moved without medicine and without dangerous surgi-
en U1H.-IUUUIIS, mm suuuiu no reau uy every man in the
Sent under senl, to nny address, inn plain, sealed
envelope, on the receiptor tlx cents, or two postage
stamps, by addressing
s.I)r; C,,A3-J' KLINE,
IS, Itnwery, New York, Post Ollieo l!ox, 4.W0.
February 8, ltC'J. April 20, tttil
TRUNKS! TRUNKS II
r"pHE largest, best handsnm
.1 est nnd cheapest assort
ment of Solo Leather solid
Riveted Traveling Trunks,
jMtitea aonnci i- uress I r link
Children' Coaches. Pronel. EVifV
lurs. Leather and Carpet Rags
racking Trunks &c. &c, a itsfi-
Ci-lebrntcd London Prize Medal improved sliect sprliif
Bum , t,,-,iuior i ruuiw uiuuuiaciory, ro, u.- .noma
siren, South west corner Fourth und Market, i'lillad'a.
August f k-57 tf.
KOLLOI'K'S 1)AM)EI,10 lOl'I'KE.
This preparation, madu from the best Java Cnffen. is
recomiiieuiled by physiri.iusas a superior NHTUITIOUS
REVERAGE for General lleltiliic. Ilesnen.l.i. nn.l ,.n
billions disorders. Thousands who have been compell
ed to abandon tho uenf ccll'.-e will uu this without in
jurious cUaln. One cun contains the strength of two
pounds of otdlnary coffee. Price '.'J cents.
Tho unrest nml heat ttAlvIvn I'fltVlll-tt tn..-n rn.
I making light, sweet and nutritious Dread nnd cake's,
rrico ii ceuis
M. II. KOLI.OOK, Chemist.
Oorner uf llmad and Chcsinul Streets,
And sold by all Drnggisti and Grocers.
.March 2J, ltSo-.',- 12m.
A CARD TO YOUNG LADIES AND
GENTLEMEN.-The subscriber will send (free
of charge) to all who desire it, the Itt cipo an t directions
for making a simple Vegetablo llalm, that will, in from
two to eight days, remove Pimples, lllotchcs, Tan,
Freckles, Sallowncss, and a'l inipuriiiesnnd roughneis
of tlio Skin, lent lug the tamo-as Nuturo intended it
bhosld ha soft, cloar. imooth nnd beautiful. Thosa
desiring tho Recipe, with full insiruniona. illreitlmw
nnd advice, will plcaso call on or address (with return
postage,) TIIOS. F. CHAPMAN,
May 17, lE6!-5ni, 831 Broadway, New York.
UINOHAMTON, N. Y.
An Institution to qualify young men for
T W. LOWELL. Principal, Professor of the Silenca
1 of Accounts, author of Lowell's Treaties upon
Rook Keepine, nnd Diugrams illuitratine i lit-
JNO. RANKIN, Coiuniercial Accountant, Profeisorof
uuunneviiiuc iuu. t iitciicu, itiuiiieiuaiics,
A J. WARNER, Prufessor ofl'rncticnl nml nmn..
tal Penmanship, Cominircial Calculatiuni und Cones
pondencn. GEO. P. HOWE, Assistant Teacher in Pcnnmanshiii.
1 IMIII'lMls li.l.i.ni 'l'u..i. I. u.ni.L. . ... ..t
, u.vu,,w .ui.iisi jit uuutvntttpiug JJU
n.ltrtil u niein-jA.i . . .
nuiiiiiniiiuuit iio.intcu,, 1,11,11,, Lecturer on
Commercial Law and Political Economy,
lion, RANSOM IIAI.COM, on Contracts, Promissory
Rev, Dr. E. ANDREWS, oil Commercial Ethics.
Students can enter nt any lime ; no vacation. Grnilti.
ates arnnrescntedwitii nucleirnutiv riin..iv,.,i ni,,i,.,.,n
Uiual tiino required to completu full Coiumerclul course
ftoui eight to twelvo weeks. Every student is grudua-,
tod to bo comptlentto tnko charge nf tho books of any
business firm, and qualified to earnnsrlarr from S-UUiu 1
$ 1500 per annum, Asilatance rendered to graduates in 1
plaining situations. Board $'i 00 to $2.30 per week, I
r or 1'utiicui.iis scnii ivr i.ircuiAr, oncioiing itamp.
I.OWULL&. IV MINER
May 3 IWi
To l'tltriy Insects on Animal, AC
It Vtttroi-Every form and ipcclcs of Verm In
"ONLY INl'Al.LinLE REMEDIES KNOWN."
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unllko nil others) or
"I'rco from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the human family."
"Hits do not die on the premises."
"They come out of th,-Ir holes to die."
"They ore the only lufnlllablu remedies known."
"U jears and more established in New Yoik City.
Vied by the City Post Ollico.
i;Hd by the City Prisons and Station Hooses.
Uifd hy thu City Steamers, Ships, &c.
ir..t r.ii th.i Citv lliHidtils. Alms-Hun srs.&c.
rrd bu the City Hotels-'Astor'-'St. Nitliolas.'ic.
Used by the Hoarding House, &c &r.
iu,,i inL,ire Hi. in 5UU.00O Private Families.
try Sec one or two rpi'cini"ns of what is everywhere
- .1.1 1... .1.. ...!.. l-.llln. llnnlnra jt..
IIOUSEKEEl'ERS-tronblcd Willi vermin need bo so
no longer, if they use "Cosiar's" Exterminators. Wo
We havu used ll to our satisfaction, and If a box costs
wo would have it. We have tried poions, but they
eif-ited nothing; but "CostabV urllcle knocks tho
brenlh out of Rats. Mice, Roaches, and llod-llngs, quli k
cr thmi Wi- ran write it. It is in great demand all over
the country. -Medina O Da-.eito.
MORE CHAIN and provisions nro destroyd annually
in (Irani County by vunuin, than would pay for tons ef
this Rat and luseil Killer. l.ancaittr ll'u.J Herald,
HENRY II. COSTAll Wo uru selling your prepara
tions rapidly. Wherever they havo been used, Rats
Mice, Roaches nnu vermin oignppuar rapiuiy-
tcuca a sroerreR, uruggins, tiiuusor, mm
"CostarV Hat Hoach, Ice. ExtormlaatoiPi
Costar's" Bed-Burj Exterminator.
"Costar's" riectric Powder, for Insocts. Ac
In 25r.auc. ami SI.I'UI'.oii.s, Homes ad Elasxs, 83t
Sizcslor riaiuaiioni, niups, uoats, Hotels,
OAUTIONIII To prevent tho public from bclnu lm
nosed uiinn by Spurious and Hiehlu Pernltious Imitation
a new label has been prepared, bearing ix facsimile of
the 1'ruprlUor's t Igunturu, I.x.iiuiuii each oox, bottle,
or iWsk carefully beforu purchatiug, and take uothiug
!iy Sold Ectryvhcrsly
All Wholesale DruggUlslntlio Inrgocitlis.
Ulmlcsalfi tlRniis in Anv York
Shell'rlin llrolhers tc Co
Hiirrnl, Risley St ICItt Jien
II A rnhnesitnik, Hull Co
A 11 4c I) Sands ic Co
Wheder & Hart
Jumes S AcpiiiHnll.
Morgan It Allen
Hall, Kuckel tc Co
Thomas ic Fuller
P D Orvis
iiusn, (.ale & Robinson
51 Ward.Cln.e. & Co
McKissou tt Robbius
1) S Humes A: Co
I' C Wells St Co
Ln.-lle, Marsh Sj. Gardner
K vnJ'o" & Co I Robert Shoemaker it Co
11 AlahueitockiCo French, Uicimrds & Co
uruggins, i.roccrs, biorekeepcrs and Retailers general
Ir 111 (ill fnlllltru 'ln'nu S'tll..
G. M. Oagenbiich,
J. R. Moyer,
E. P. Lutz.
crAndby the Drug.!,.,, Ftorckcepcr.aud Relallar.gen
c)0ru",fJr Uealerscan order as above.
kc.V.d,dc"?Jde"r,i!ri",-,0cr if,'5''"'. Terms,
giving ledtedPrffr (' llm Ci,cuU'
P1 UENRY R COSTAR
DR. LA CROIX'S
TRIVATE SIUDIOAL TKEATlail U 1
l'lij'hiologlcal View of fl, l(t(j.(
aw PAOH8 AND 130 ENORAVIN08.-I,,
ittsTV-riVK crnii. . Bent free ofpotag tali,?'
the Union. On tlio Infirmities of youth and i
,lclolngthoscrutfollleiof both soxi, .f"
.... .IaI.HIII'. llPf VOOSllCIS. llf'tltn..!.. I
pnlpltation ofliie heart, suicidal lumglhint, '
emlislou-, blushlngs ilcfeitlve llltlllft.u '
Hon and liissltndo. Kith confession, cf (,,'' ,
.c linardlner Ctltoel Mss, a Vulture .,. .'
young Married Lady. cc,c)t, it It a t ruthr il ,
Ihe married and thoiocoiitemiatlng iii,,,,iP''J
tcttnln lecrit iiounis oi i'n,icni ceinl,
piness.and privileges to which evcty liuii1,'n""
UIYOUNl MEN who (ire troubled with w.-.k,,
ut.,, n.n iniisriinis in i ii v 1 1 1 1 iiiiAiiriii-u ih. t.
craliy cnuseu n u ............ j..i in, XUt
which am dlzzlnen. pnins, forgelfnlncn, i."
a ringing In tho tars, weak ey es, weakiii n,,f'
.. i. uwlniicholv.mov ho cured bvil,.. ,i. ;?u'
I'.llllD ,tl-.' V.
w.i imve. recently devoted much t,r t,... .
..I.i.n Kll ItlMIHlM 'lit 1 1 AT M I VI-
VISITINU Till! EUROPEAN IIOSI'lT,.j. J1
ihu jun ... .... - -n. K vi Ih, ,
... Ilin full Lrllrtit nf ll,t. i, ..' '
.i' .'ii'A(:l()USRE.MEDIE nliidi wo '
introduci! lino our in ciice, ion ino puiiilcinav,,,
euredofthii same steal, assiduity, Sl.'l IlliC'V i, ,
Hon belugpiilil to theirenBes, whlcli has tn
FnrNtitl'KMXt.K Pills. Ladles w ho w lib f ,, u,,.
, v....v .:-. " I.
cases, nun mvi " " r1; cures , .
nnu i.id te. nits. will uru none hut llr. Del. nn, i. . ,.-
Periodical Pills. The only Precaution lu c ,,.n.
serve Is. tallies sliouiu not inku tiiem if tin., u,.
ton to iioiioiu ii'i i' i'i'i v.. ...... .iiumitH in, ,
ulors of which will be found on thu wrapper tr
nj log each box,) though nlwnys snfe and ,tlll,
gently yet sonrtlvo arc they.
i'.i... si nor hoi. They enn bo mailed tut,....
the United Stales or Canada.
TO THE LADIES Who noetl n esrottfnii.i K
nn vtser w tin ti Kin i. i" "j iiiutiu n lerrtim. .
tilalnts to which their uuiicnto organization i.
llietn liable, nro particularly Invited to cumuli m
TllB"ELCTao-OAlVAtI10 PnorECTIVK."- Put.'
Indies whose health will lint admit, or wholmvei
sire to increase their families, may lie obtained in
ll Is a perfectly saf preventive to conception, ..
heen extensively used during thu latt 2U ycnt(, f
rcduccAu to siu.
'Hie Sterols of Youth Unveils
I Titattse ontAe Came of rrtmoture Vttay-Ji
nn Karntnjr. Just published a book nhotcirif tkthti
tnerrrtM and vrtralriitt amovr sthcol. lnfi -
fontiU of thin jatvi novtu pointing out the fataliu
of the disease, from the coinmtnicmtsii,n
It v ill be tent by Mail on receipt of riritl.i ,(!
fry Altcinlnncu dnlly, rrom b in the iiiuriiliigi,,
nigiit, and on Sundays from 2 till ! i ,m,
Medicines with full directions rent to any pm,
United Stales or Cnnnt'ni, by patients cniuinnair
their symptoms hy teller, llusinosi iorri.p;u
Ky-Dr. I.'s Ollico Is strll located as eUablUM,!
thu name or lilt. LA uuuij., nt si). J I .liaidcn I u,
hanv. N. Y.
Nov. leoi. im-
mm ay 6BM
WH will forwnrd br mall to anv part of ilm r,
States, post-paid, liny varieties that may bu oidcri,
the following prices:
III varieties selected from tunic priced at J cents
per naner i
M turn-lies (ciccicu iroui iiioscpriccu at I0cti.li
S varieties selected Ironi thoao pricod nt luceoti
tii-r ii'jntir i
11 varieties iclected from those rrlccd at 10 ctmi
3 varieties selected from those priced nt S.'i etch
nor nnnpr .
5 varieties selected from those priced at 85 un,
COLLECTIONS OF FLOWER SrXIU.
Persons desiring us to mako their eclcrtinnt. rut
ly upon our tending only thnso whiih are rcullii
nowy nnu ncsir.iuie, nun ot easy cnitivatien. Hi
liuie tbatuur experience will enable us to i.inkr-
lluiin, laiuc ui rju,a.i,..i.ii vuiiiiv. 11111 K, u VhUH
i... I n ... a ....ll .!.. ..11 ... -
IU0 Packets Annuals, triennials and I'ercnuisli,
fovorltu kind (
JO Packets Annuals, Biennials and rerun, Isle
f. ...!,.. I.I......
M Packets Auii ials, best nesortod
11 Packets Annuals, best ussoited
0 PaLkets, New and Rare Annuals
Cbuira Collection of Ornamental Grasses
" " of Everlanting Flowers
" ' of Alpine or Rock Plants
" " Climbing PIniitu, Annual mi
Choice Collection of Greenhouse Plant Heeds
" " Ornuinenlnl Leaved 1'I.ints
r loriai ol necuninu, Versailles ii ooaiiiru t r t
C7Send for a descriptive Catalogue.
March 15. lfcf.-3m.
.1 13 w YORK 31EU1UAL l.NS
A banevoleut Ilislitutlou ctnlowed for tl.o ot
llils fi rim nimrtr ni i-prlliur, nnrl i ini.Ailnr a.
trepio poverty Irentuient free. No .Minerals or f
nus llrnes used. The 1'hvsit ians havo had l.ntc tr
l.,..l.,ii.nn,i..l.i.lh In n.l.'.M .) M.,..,!,
tice. Tlic following are some of tlio coiiipltiinti ti
special (itteiition is given. All disinsi-s i f th t
Throat Lungs, Heart Stomach, Llvur. Kidmy 1)1
Rheumatism, Fits, Cancer. Piles, Nervcui AC
j iiitiiitriiiJi ion i uiiiiii uiunri, rent I UU I . i.mi'
niotcute und iruient iiiceasee ol ctcry n.itiir- p
vcured, liUeases of Females and all Irrme
succesFfullv trentLMl. Rliiiduess nnd Deafnm t
I wilhout painful operations. Patients treMeil la I
by t-cndjng a t.tateuieiit of their case. .Meon ui' h
uny part of thu country. Consultation free tunll.
Address. Stamp enclosed.
uu. I., liiwiv i rt, (.eiiMiiung i-iiysir.-LO'J
llrondwoy, New citi
n. 0. HOWER,
SCIU;E0pV 1)12 NT I ST
RESPECTIVELY olfors his pri
svr.v ui services to l ip l in u h nnu g' n
..Tjailloonisburgnnd vicinity. Hciipr'
A tJ to nttend to nil tli-t entmn. otienf.
Hit. llni..nf r(if..et,. I... 1 n.,...t.ln.l .. i,l, ili
i muroved norcclnln teeth . whirl, tulll lm hni.'i
- , Knl"i pintinn, silver und rubber base; to lock as
lltft nillllPMl lltll
iiiiiiuiiu puui; nnu iiniett iceiii manui.i' iiirea e-
operauona on teetn, c nrelully and properly atti .
I'.loomsburg, Pa., August:), led,
Choice Vfgtlablo Seeds by Wall.
iS Vnrictics fur i-j OH S
Wishing tc give those who rcsldo at" n thiiv
opportunity to test thu quality of our Vtgt'Mtl
which we are conlident will coiujiaro fatornbly
any olfered in tills country, wo havo p,-epar4'
naikcts. w hit h w ill In. i-t,t l.i. ...... ,.n,. I ti
nuuve prices, jnciiii but thu moct dtsitablg w.
-.- .w ----- .......
win uc ineiuiieu.
, . H,.uf'.v,l'IU,cn,, K U ,1 Hl.ll'l I
derstcod that Pias, Ream and Corn are twt isru
tic mail package, on account efihtlr veight.
It, Vfl,l, lll,.nn,ll....l J t t. .!.'... I
versaineR, tvoouioiu ce.,i
ii Bonn ior a uewription Catalogue.
.March 13, leusJ. 3m.
CIGARS & TOBACCO.
A largo assortment of choice 1'lgars, Tobarm,'
- . iiiiii-i-iionery anu .Mmouf genrrauj-1-cr
With a full slock of HATS nml IMN . enn.ur
liainl and for sale cheap, at tho "lllociusburg lll
.. . ... jwiiik rv, ui...-
uoommiirg, .naruh It!, ltei.
l-MPORTER OF ALL KINDS OF
Til A KITTf A n'lMllfli'H rw -rmvVTK
No, 4-1-1 North Stcond Sited,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office In Court Ally, formerly occupied by W"1
. . lluctiUIUW,
Illoomiburg, Deo. 4, ie.
.1 lUNCIlOF A SUl'FIUtElt. Published in'
ntlia. ntnl for I in ,ui., 11 l.n t. ..r t Ml
inoe who suller with Nervous Dibility, Lou w'
ori'.Prpinntori. Ilnt-nv t,A m. ... i... nn., nt
cured himself bv sininln njtm'i'i. nft'er l.elnir null'.
cipensoninlntonveiik-iice, through Ihe lire c-f'
c is medicines prescribed by lenrm-d Doctor'. '
t-.'iiivn ninvue nan oi inn niniinr. it. i.. i.aiii i in -
Grecnpolnt, Long Island, by enclosing a pest
Address CHARLES A L M Ul'IlT ,'
"teenpolnt, Long Island '
.May 17, IWW-gm.
LEATHER !LEATII EH ! '
Tlllliinderslgueil would nnnoiiiicc, that hvbsr''
atbls Hat nml Cm. l!nin.l lNln ril , I
burg.nuaisortnientof tlliWiit kind of leulb r
fine calf skins, morocco, (red undblacKluud ll11'"'
if which he will sell cheaper than (an bo liadib'5
in Ibis inatket. Call uudexoinino them fur 'u'-'
JOHN K. I'"1'1
uiooiniourg, may si, ihoj,
in'iAlocsT ut, a n KS ! !
Ofeverv; dta'iiiition, for salo at tl'i,f