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IMPORTATION OF WOOL-A HINT
TO SHEEP RAISERS.
It is a fact worthy of nolico that whilo
tho increased demand for tlio sorts of wool
needed for broadcloths, cassimors, etc., is
being partially mot by increased produc
tion, as yet little has been done to furnish
supplies of tho staplo required in goods
substituted for cotton ; that is for tip
warps of worsteds, dolains, etc. Tho
wool needed for this uso is that which will
tnako tho smallest and strongest thread
with tho least nap from tho smallest amount
of stock. This U furnished in tho great
est excellency by tho Leicester, Cotswold,
and kindred breeds, and as comparatively
very few of theso sheep aro raised in this
country, tho great bulk of wool ntcded for
manufacturing purposes hero, must bo im
ported. Accordingly it is found that tho
importations during tho present year have
by far exceeded those of any previous pe
riod. Tho amount received during the
past six months has very nearly if not
quite equalled tho wholo quantity impor
ted in 1802, and is .greater than that
brought in during both 1800 and 1801.
But owing to the demand upon the other
side of tho Atlantic for a similar article
the prico has advanced to an unprecedented
figure, and ouch wool now commands, and
must for some timo continue to bring a
prico far boyond its actual rolativo worth
a3 compared with wool of finer staple. In
other words, a larger amount of monoy
can bo realized for wool by investments in
theso breeds of sheep". Now it behooves
American farmers to reap a akaro of tho 1
advantages thus offered. Heretofore, tho
raising of tho coarser bodied sheep has
advocated on tho ground of producing su
perior wciglh and quality of mutton, and
tho advantage, if any, in this respect, is
Kot less now than formerly, as any one
will find who indulges in the luxury of
this meat at present prices. Tho matter
is worth thorougly looking into by thoso
who aro about stocking their farms with
sheep. Somo enterprising men will reap
a good return from importing improved
flocks of these breeds, and wo shall bo
pleased to chronicle their succes.
LESSONS OF THE DROUTH.
How ofton have farmers read of the im
portance of draining ; deep plowing, thor
ough pulverization of the soil, and other
elements of good husbandry! And they
havo said to themselves, this is very good
theory, and it is very well for others to
practico, but my land don't need such
fussing over. Yet almost every year,
in tho of drouth, wo hear them wonder
why their corn rolls up its leaves so much
worso than that of more careful farmers,
and why nfbst of their crops dry so badly
in mid-summer. Has not this been the
experience of some tho present year?-
They complain bitterly of tho season, of
Providence, of everything except their own
management. Now and then they visit
other farms where tho land is well drained
whero subsoil plows are owned and used
where tho rntuiuro heap is constantly build
ing and no part of it is suffered to waste,
and whero all tho farm implements aro
kept. bright by use ; and here they find
tho orops almost unaffected by drouth.
Their eyes aro opened a littlo, and thoy
begin to eco that thoro is something in thor
ough farming, possibly in hook farming.
We havo no (doubt that an inch or two
deeper in plowing ofton repays tho farmer
a hundred ot woro dollars annually, in the
crops saved from drouth, or increased in
Remains of Oioantio Animals.
Russian geologists are makin preparations
to promoto tho discovery of concealed re
mains of mammoth animals in Siberia. It
is stated that during tho last two centuries
at least 20,000 mammoths, and probably
thrice that number, havo been washed out
of the ioo and soil in which thoy were im
bedded by the action of tho Kpring floods.
Tho tusks only havo been preserved for
for their commercial value in ivory. An
effort is now to bo mado for tho discovery
and preservation of one of theso oaroajscs
as perfect and cntiro as possible as it is con
Bidercd that microscopio investigation of
tho contents of its stomach might throw a
powerful light on a host of gcologioal and
EviLSor Idlkness. Nine tenths of tho
miseries and vices or manhood proceed
from idloucss ; with men of quick minds.
to whom it is especially pcrnioious, this
habit is commonly tho fruit of many dis
appointment and schemes, not so much
for tho want of strength, as tho ill direction
of it. Tho weakest living creaturo, by
concentrating his powers on a Binglo ob
ject; can accomplish something ; the
strongest, by dispersing his ovor many
may fail to accomplish eomothing. Tho
drop, by continued falling, bores its pass
ngo through tho hardest rook tho hasty
torrent ruthes over it, and leaves uo trace
1 ohiut, '
Spring & Summer
TUT. aubafrlher tias Juit returned from (ho Cltlca
with nnutlier large nnd select naaortmet of
Siitiiitr mad Summer Woods,
purclinncd nt 1'Iilln.tclpliln. at tho Inweat figure, nnd
whldi they aro determined to tell on na modorato tcrma
nt rnn bo procured clicwhe.ro In nioomsburg. Ilia
ladies' .. noons,
of cholrest styles nnd latest fashion.
vnr ooods, awd inoci:niES,
n mnw inn . pk wv ware,
CEDAn WARE. HOLLOW WARE
mo.v, MILS, HOOTS If SHOES
HATS y CAPS, Sic., tfc,
In ahort everything uaunlly kept In country Etoree
o which ho Invito the public generally.
Thu lllghcat prico paid for country produce.
S. II. MILLER.
Bloomau'jrg, April 18, 1803.
FOR EVERY BODY.
TERMS CASH OR PRODUCE.
Juat como toC nnd W Kreamer'a Store, In Jcreey
town, I'a. yihoro you wllli'.nd nil kinda of Dry Coudat
Ladies Dress Goods,
Ileiscry, Shawls &o.
Fish, Meat, Salt,
Flour, Tobacco, Scgars,
Hats, Caps, Boots, & Shoes,
IRON AND NAILS.
In short, everything that la generally kept In a ceun
t ry store.
Wo lll sell you goods at fair prices nnd tnko nil
kinds of produco na pny such us flutter. Eggs, Ornin,
Lumber, Shingles, Oak plank, and in fact anything that
any hotly else will buy nnd sell na cheap nacau ho sold
in tho country. Wc will notba undersold by Jew or
Como then ono and all, judgo for your
selves. Bring your trade, but don't ask
C & W KREAMER.
Jcrscytown, May 2, IBM.
Latest stile lowest prices.
JUST Received a now assortment of latest styles of
Wall Paper i nelud'mg Bantering,
Taper, nnd a general variety of material In his line,
which will be found on tho SECOND l'l.UO mmeiii
ntcly over tho store of Mr. I. T Sharplcss, entrance
one door cast of I.utzcs Drug Store in the Rupcrl
Illnck, where nil persons wishing goods in his line
will ho attended to, in person' at at oil times.
Cy Pvpor Hanging executed to order
and best style, at short notice.
13. J, THORNTON.
Illoomoburg, MnyO, 18C3 3m
TIN.WARE & STOVE SHOP.
Tlin undersigned respectfully Informs his old friend
and customers, that ho has purchased his brothers
ntcrest In tho nhove establishment, and the concern veils
hereafter be conducted by himself exclusively.
us nas jusi received aim oners or sale, me larg
est nnd most extensivu assortment of i'ANCY
STOVI1S over Introduced into this market.
Ills stock consists of a comnlcto assortment of
ho best Cooking nnd parlor stoves in the market, tocolh-
or with Stove Fixtures of every description. Oven nnd
IS ox Moves, uamaiors, uyutiuar moves, uasi iron Air
Ticht stoves, Cannon Stoves, &c. &c. Stovepipe nnd
Tinware constantly on hand nnd manufactured to order.
All ktnus ni repairing clone, as usual, on snort notice.
The patronage oi oiu iricnus anu new cusioninr rc
peclfnlly solicited. A. M. RUPERT.
Ulnomsburg. November 3d 1PC0. tf.
THE undersigned informs the citizens of Eloom.
and neighborhood, that he lias taken the large room
in the Exchange Block, extending over Messrs. Stoner
& Fox's Bakery, nnd tho llookstore whero ho has put In
n large Skylipl t. It is only by Skylight that good pic
ures can boti Jen especially groups nhcro each person
nn be takcuj tst ns well ns separate.
llohasgnn to considerable expense to make his os
ahliehmont first class one, mid ho tli"refure solicits n
bcralpatro ago to enable him, to constantly introduce
tho mode .1 improvements of the art.
By Coun -y produco taken in I'.xchangc for pictures
liloomtbnrg, Nov. 53 1601. Nov. 0 'i2
MiUvittCy Columbia County, Pcnn'a.
This well knowli Pchool for both sexes will oncn
Tho recent additions to tho buildings; render occcm
odatians for morn than sixty boarders.
Tho course of study will embrace three department
tho Normal, the Scientific, and the Commercial.
The Principal will bo assisted by experienced teacL
ors, f.illy qualified for their respeclivo positions.
Parents und others may rest assured that no cubits
will be spared to make tlio School worthy of patroimgt
nnd that tho welfare of the students, Intellectually
phvsicnlly, and morally, will receive ourconstantraru
For application, circulars or further particulars, nu
press the undersigned, at Mlllulllc lliimbin county i.
T. MAXWELL, I'OITB.
JOHN D, rATTON, A.M.,
Mlllville, Ta., Eejit. 13.1602. Principal.
Btoamsburg, Columbia County, Penna.
SLAS DODSON) Proprietor.
rpnhcsplcasure innnnouncing to tint public that he
J has taken and thoroughly refitted tho Forks Hotel
fcrmctly occupied by Itobert Ilagcnbuch, llloomsbure,
and is prepared to accomodate travellers, teamsters,
drovers and boarders. Ills table will bo supplied with
best products the markets atrord, nnd Ills Uar will be
constantly furnith'd with the choicest liquors.
y-f A largo ami commodious stable has been erected,
4,11 ivnvciiii-iit buium uuucneu. Aiicuttve ostlers
will a ways bo inaltcnUuuco.nnd he trusts his oMnln
attention to customers will secure him a liberal share ef
liloomcburg, Pa.. Nov. 23, 1PG2.
WI3W I'AWCY CSOOJIS.
THE subscriber has just received a lot
Hosiery Trimmings aud New Goods, such as
S E P El V IB s
sim-xii Aim YQQtiS
AND OTHER NOTION'S.
03-IVheclcrt Wilson's Sewing Machines far sale.
Also-Bundnv School Hooka and rubles.
Also-Mr. Allen's Hair Itestorer. which will give to
gray its natural color. b'-.u
a. D. wnnn.
.Next Door below Court House.
Dlo.omsburg, May 30, leC3.
Attorney at Law.
Office the Ezchhnge Hotel, Main it,
Refresh to Hon. John Walls, Lcwisburg, Pa.
William Cameron, President or tho Lewisburg Hank.
J. II. Packer, President of the Northumberlahd Bank.
Blooiutburg, Juno 27, 1003. ly.
JOHN 0. YE AGE R,
MANUFACTURER U WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
No. 257 North Third Street, Phila'd.
Nov. 20, 1802.
JOHN S. LEE & CO.,
No. 40, NORTH WHARVES,
It OPE JtlAKJtillg
SHIP CIIANE LER S,
Bpun Tttlonfir Caulking Ropes, Twjnts.'Jer, rttch,
Oakum Ulocki, and Oats, ace.
Aiijmt t, Id'VJ-lJin.
Trials dusait tEtssatstDr
AND DISEASES OrTIlE
rAMe Dangtrens and Troublesome Diitattt, whlthkatt
tSutfar leiltttd the beil tlirecttd Treatment canbl
CmftcHh Controlled by tho REMEVYnou lefort uil
properties of tho tncdlclno diicct themselves to tho or
gans of secretion, nnd hy so altering tho condition of
the stomach and liver thatthe starchy principle of tho
food is notconvcrted into sugar solonj ns the system
is under Ilia influence of.tho
which glvn thoso organs time to recover their kenllhy
tone and vigor. Wo are able to state that the Cotictitu ,
tion Water has cured every case of Diabetes in which it
has been given.
STONE IN THE ULADDFR, CALCULUS, ORAVEL
11RICK DUST IILPOS1T. AND MUCOUS Oil I
MILKY DISCHARGES A ITER URINATING.
Diseases uccurlng from nnonnd thoaamo cauao will
bo entirely cured by the Constitution Watar. If taken
foi any length of time. Tho dose should vary with tho I
severity of the disease, .from twentv drnns to n ten.
spoonful threotlmes a dny, in water. During tho pas
sage of the Calculus, tho pain nnd urgent srmptnms
should be combated with tho proper remedies, then,
fullowcd up with the Constitution Water, as above di
rected. DYSMENORRAfXA, OR PAINFULL MENSTRUA
TION, AND IN JUENORRHAGIA OR PROFUSE
Iloth diseases nrislng from n faulty secretion of tno
menstrual fluid in tlio ono case being too little, nnd
accompanied by severe pnln ; nnd tho other a too pro
fuse secretion, which will bo speedily cured by tho
That disease known as FALLING OF THE WOMU.
which is thsrcsultofa relaxation of tho ligaments of
that organ, nnd is known by n rensoof heaviness and
dragging pains in tho back and sides, and at times ac
companied by sharp laclnating or shooting pnins through
thu parts, will, Innll cases, bo removed hythoincdlcinc.
There is another class of symptoms arising from IR
RITATION OF THE WOM1J, which physicians call
.Nervousness, which word covers up much ignorance,
and in nine cases outof ten tho doctor does notrcally
know whether tho symptoms aro tho disease, or tho
discaso the symptoms. Wo can only enumerate thciu
here. I speak moro particularly of Cold Feet, Palpita
tion In tho Heart, Imparcd .Memory, Wakefulness, Flash
es of Heat Languor, Lassitude, and Dimness of Vision.
Which in tho unmarried femalo is a constant recurring
disease, and through neglect the seeds of more grave
and dangerous maladies are the mult; anil as month
nfter month passes without an chert being mado to as
sist nature, the suppression becomes cluonic, ihe pa
tient cradually looses her annctltc. the bowels nro
constipated, night sweats como on, and eonaumptiun
finally ends her career.
I.CUCOHIttEA OR WHITES.
Tills discaso depends upon nn Inflamatlon of mucous
lining of tlio vagina and womb. It is in all cases nc-
coinpanicd by revere pain in tho back, nccross the
1 bowels nnd through tho hips. A tcaspoanful of the
tncdlclno may bo taken three times n dav. with an in
jection of a tablcspoonful of the mcdicime, mixed with
nuaii-piiiiui sou water, morning nnucvening.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF T"u BLADDER,
INFLAMATION OF THE KIDNEYS AND CA
TARRH OF THE BLADDER, STRANGURY
AND BURNING OR PAINFUL URINATING.
For these diseases it is truly a sovorelgn remedy, nnd
too much cannot bo said in its praise. A single docs has
been know to relive the most urgent syptoms,
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the
small of Hie back nnd through the hips? A tcaspoonful
a day of Constitution Water will relievo you like magic.
It lias no equal in relieving tlio Most distressing smp
torns. Also, Headache, Heartburn. Acid Stomach Vom
itlng Food, &c. Take a tcaspoonful after dinner' The
dose in all cases may be increased if desired, but should
bo dono gradually.
Havo long since clveu nn tho uao of Imrliu. cnhelisnml
Juniper in tho treatment of these diseases, andonlyuse
monitor want oi a ueticr remedy.
Ilaspiovcd itself oqual to the task that has devolved
Irritato and drench the kidneys, nnd by constant use
soon lead to chronic degeneration and confirmed dis
ease. Mead. Mead, Bead.
Danville, Pa., Juno 2 1803.
Dr.Wft. H. Greoo Daer Sir: In Fcbuary. leci, I
wasurllicted with the sugar diabetes, und for live lnotttliB
1 passed mora than two gallons of water In twenty. four
hours. I was obliged to get up ns often ten or twelve
times during ths night, and In five months I lost about
fifty pounds iu weigth. Durniiig the month of July,
lctll.l procured two buttles of Constitution Water nnd
in two days after using it I experienced relief, nnd nfter
taking two bottles I was eutirely cured, soon after
regaining my usual good health. Yours truly.
J. V. I. DE WITT.
Boston Corners, N. Y Dec. 27, 1PGI.
Win. II. Gregg 4: Co.:
Gents: I freely give you liberty to moko uso of tho
followingiTirtincatooftho value of Constitution Wa
ter, which I can rcccoiiimeud in tho highest manner.
My wife, who was attacked with pain in the Bhoul
dcrs, wholo length of the back, aud in her limbs, with
Palpitation of the heart, attended with Falling of the
Womb, Dysmenorrhoea, and "Irritation of the Iliad
dor," I called a physician, who attended hex about
thrco months, when ho left her worso than ho found
her. I then employed ono of tho best physicians I
could find, who attended her for about nine months,
niidwhileshe was under Ills caro she did not suirer
quite as much pain ; he finally gavo her up and said :
'hercasowaa incurable." For, said he, "she w as such
a combination of complaints, that medicine given for
ono operates dgainst some other of lior dilficullies."
About this timo alio commenced to use Constiiutiin
Waveu, and to our utter astonishment, almost the first
dose seemed tohavu tho dsircd cll'cct, and she kept on
improving rapidly uxder its treatment, and naw super
intends cn'ircly her domestic air.iirs. Shehas not ta
ken any oftheCoN-TiuTios Water fornbout four weeks
aiidwouru happy to soy that it lias produced n perma
wm, m. van benschotun.
MlLLFORD, UONH., NOV, 19, 1601.
Dear Sin I havo for several yenrs been afflicted
with that tonublcanmcnnd dangerous discaso Gravel,
which resisted nil remedies and doctors, until I took
Constitutional Water, and you may be assured that I
was pleased with the result. 1 1 lias entirely cured me,
and y ou may make any use of my name you may see lit
in regaro to tho medicine, ns I have entire confidence
in its cllicacy.
THESE ARE TACTS ENOUGH
Thero is no class of diseases that produco such ex
hausting effects upon the human constitution as Dia
betes nnd diseases of the Kidneys. Bladder and Urina
ry Pasaagcs, and throuchu false modesty they are neg
lectcd until they are bo udvauccd as to be beyond the
control of ordinary rcmcdios, and wo present tho
CONSTITUTION WATF.lt a
To tho public with the conviction that it has no eqnalin
relieving tlio class of diseases for which it baa been
found so eminently successful in curing ; and wo trust
inaiwe tiianuo rewnraeaiii our eiiortB in placing so
valuable remedy in a form to meet the requirements of
patient and physician,
FOR SALE UY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE $1,
WM. II. GEORGE & CO,, Proprietors.
Morgan it Allen, General Agenti, No. 40 Clilf St
Sept, 20. 1602. 13m.
EVANS & WATSON
SALAMANDER RAPES. RE-
MOVED to Jto. lO&w, 1'ourth
Street, Philadelphia, havo on
unuainrgo ossortnient of Firu
Thief proof Salamander Hares.
I so, iron doors, for
In. makes of locks equal to any madu
in tho United States.
Eiee Safet U one Jlr. All eamt out right l with ton
tent in pood condition,
Tho Saluimiudcr Safes of Philadelphia against the
EVANS & WATSON,
have had tho surest dcmostrutlon in the following cer
tificate that their mnuiifucturo of Salamander Safes 'hni,
at length fully warranted Ihe representations which have
been made of them as rendering un utidoubtcd security
against the terrific clement.
Philadelphia April 12. 1850.
Mctert. Erant If llation; Gentlemen It ufforda us
the highest satisfaction to atato, to you, that uwinglta
tho very protective qualities of tno of tho Salamander,
Safes which we purchased of yau some five month sincv
wo saved a large portinri of jewelry, and ull our books,
ice., uspoicd to thu ealaiiiinous.llruinltuustead plnco on
the morn nc of the 11th Intl.. '
When wu reflect that theso anfea were located in the
fourth story ofthe building wn occupied and that they
fell subsequently Intou heap of burning ruins, where the
vast concentration of the heat caused the brass plates to
melt, we cannot but regard thoiirescrvatlon of their val
liable contents as moat coinlncing proof of tho great se
curity ullorded by your sales.
Wo shall tvko great pleusureiu recommending tbcni.
men of business ns a sure rellancu against tiro.
GEORGE W SIMMONS k 1IRO., Jtvd'.cri.
tp rhey have imte pntchaied all large Safes,
July St), ISO!.1, AniWItSOl
THHProprictorof this wcll-kpownnnd centrally loca
tail House, the ExciiAMor IltiTki.. sltnnte on Mai.
I Street, In llloomahurg. Immediately 'ppoalto tho Cnlum
bin County Court llouae,roapcclfiiliy Informalila friends
, nnd tho public In general, that his House Is now In or
tier ror the reception nnilcntcrtninini nt ni travelers wno
may feel disposed to favor It with th Ir custom, lla has
spared no eipcnao In prcpaling thu Kxriunnc, for tho
entertainment of hta guests, neither shall there he any.
tiling wanting (on ins part) to minin t to tncir personal
comfort. Ilia houao is spAclous and enjoys nn excellent
E7" Omnibuses run nt nil times be. ween tho Exchango
Hotel and tho various Hall Itoad Depots, by which trnv
clers will bo pleasantly conveyed H nnd from tho ro
spcctlvc Stations in duo timo to meet tho Cars.
WM. 1). KOONS.
llloomeburg, July 7, 1800.
6,000 Hrams writing Paper, Including of note. Letter
Fool i cap, Sermon, lllll, to Drawing papers selling at
Low rmcts for cnih,
Wm. G. PEPKY, Stationary.
8. XV. cur 4th, At Ituco Philadelphia.
'PHE iinderilgni-iris ntso extensively engaged Hi tno
-s- Undertaking Hmlncts, nnd keeps constantly on hand
t'd for sale nt his Warcrooms, n largo assortment of
FINISHED g-s COFFINS,
Ily which ho Is enabled to till orders on presentation
Also Keeps a good Horso and Ilcarso, nnd will at ul
times bo rcudy to attend Funcrcls.
SIMON C. S1I1VE.
Illoomsbiirg, January 2D, 1650
LJlllGE ARRIVAL OF
New 8prii)g& Summer
AT FETER ENT'S STORE,
M LIMIT STREET, COLUMBIA COUXTV, TA,
HAH Jtut received from Philadelphia, nnd is now
o.nening lit tho old Btnnd lately occupied by Martz
& Eut, u splendid assortment of
which will be sold cheap lor
CAPII OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ills stockconslstsof LadiCB Dross Goods choicest styles
and latest fashions
READY MADE CLOTHING.
ROOTS & SnOES. HATS & CAPS.
In short overy thing mnnliy kept in a country store
The patronnge of old friends, and the public general
ly, Is respectfully solicited.
The highest market price paid for country produce.
Light Street, May 30, 1603.
FRESH ARlllVA L
Tf nn unncrsigncii, grniciui lor nn a-rn. resnee
i fully informs his custumers nnd the publicgcncrally
Hint hu has lust received from the EaBturne eitiea. Hi
largest and most select stock of
Spring and Bummer,
That has yet been opened in lllonmsburp, tn which he
invites tho attention or Ills friends, nnd assures them
that they nru offered for sale nt great bargains. His
Stock comprises a large assortment uf
GENTLEMEN'S WEARING APPAREL,
Consisting ol Fashionable Dress Coats, of every dfs
criptlnn; Pants, Vests, Shirts, Crnvats Stocks, Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, fcc.
J EWE LEY,
Of every dcacrlntlon. fine nnd clican.
N. II. Remember " Loutenberg'a Cheap Emporium
call and see. No charge for cxnming Goods.
nioomsburg, March 2. 16C3. (June 1859.)
ON AND AFTHR APRIL 0, 1303. PASSENGER
TRAINS WILL RUN AS I'liLLOWS:
Arrivo at Northumberland,
Arrive at Scrauton,
5 30 A.M. 11.00 A. M
11.40 Arrivo 12.30 P J)
N O R T II
4.30 I'. M.
0.10 P. M. 3.30
A Passenger Train nlsolenvcs Kinestou at f 'JO A. M
for Scrauton, to connect with train for New York. Re
turning, leaves Scrantou on arrival of Train from New
York at 4.20 P. M.
Tlio i.acKowatmn anu ninomsuurg Railroad connects
with tho Dclawaro, Lnckawanna and Western Railroad
at Scrantou, fur New York and intermediate, tiointu enm
At Rupert itconnecti with thoCnttattissaUaiirnud.for
poinia uniii casi una west arriving ut ruiiaiiciuliluut
At Northumberland it enrvnects with tho Philadelphia
ti ErieR. Il.andN.O It. It. fur points west uud south
rassengera urriviug ui iiarrisoiirg -i ou r ill, ; I'liu
udelphia 10 P, M Laltimoro 10.20 1'. M.
GEO. II, HUNT, Sup't
I C. Wells, Oen'i Ticket Agenl.
Kingston April If. 1M.3.
HOWELL & IIOURKE,
Corner fourth and Market Slrccta, Philadelphia, lmvo
nuw in kiutiv, u iiuu variety wi
WA I. I. PAPER S,
Got up expessly for their Spring Trade.
WINDOW PAPER OP EVERY GRADE,
o which they invito the ottentiouof Storekceners.
fx7 In their rctalleparlment, will bo found the
choicest stylos oi ino uon,
March 7 IS03 3 mos.scas
I SCIIOLAHSIIII'S F011 SALl?.
Pittsburgh Commercial College,
lliiighaiuptin " "
Crittenden's " " Philadelphia.
Siratton.llrvant it Co.. " "
Theaa Scripa, are iiiainounts of 315 and 850 mid ara
1 io much cash, by the Student on entring cither ofth v
above Colleges. Young mdn desiring toobtalu a finiili, I
cd collegiate i;aurntion, win ncro unci a good specula
tion by applying ut the oflice of tlio
Nov J.IWJ. COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT, 1
ECON OMY IS WEA L T H I
OU11E YOUlt OoVdH FOR13 0ENTS
The best ani cheapest Household remedy
in the If 'arid.
MADAME ZAIJ0C POUTER'S
MADAmI! ZAUOO I'CR.
TER'S Curatlvo llolsam Is
warranted If used cccordlng
to the directions, to euro In
nil cases Coughs. Colda,
Whooping Cough, Asthma
nnd nil nficctlons of the
throat and Ldngs.
Mndnmo Zadoc porter's
iiaisam Is prepared Willi an
tho requisite skill, from a
ccmblnati on of the best rem
edies tho vegetable kinndom
affords, its remedial quali
ties are bared on lis power
to assist tho healthy circii
latlon af the blood, through
tho L'tngs. It la not a viu-
lent remedy, but eutollcnt
warming, searching nod off
cctivc; can be taken by the
oiucsi person or tuo young
MndamZndoc Torttr's bah
sam has been In uao by the
imiiiic tor over ia years, and
ins ncqrlred its present rnlo
'imply iy ocing recommcn
ted Ij v those who havo used
lt to their nflllctcd friends
-Most Important. Madame Zadoc Porter's Curative
Balsam ia sold at n prico which brings It in tho reach
of every ono to keep it convenient fur use. Tho time
ly uso of n slnglobottlo will prove to bo worth 100
times Its cost.
NOTICE. Save your money I Do not bo persuaded
to purchase articles nt 4s tn SI which do not contain
the virtues of a IHccut bottle nf.MndatnC' Porter's Cu-
I rntlvc llalsntn, the cost of manufacturing .which la ns
great as almost any oilier medicine nnd tlio very low
prece at which ft 1 Isold, makes t lis- profit to thu sell,
er nppa. intly small, nnd iiuprinelpnled dealers wil
sometimes recommend other medicines all winch their
profits arc Inrger, unless tho customers lnsit upon
liivliu' Madame 1-Jitcr' nnd nouo other. Ask for
Madame Porter's Curative Balaam, prico 1:1 rents, and
n large bottles nt SAocuts, and tnko no other.
(jy Sold by all Druggitsand Storckccpcrcat !3cts.
in. 4 Inlnrger bottles ni 25 cents,
HALL & RUCKLE, Fr;prletore, Now York.
January 21, 18CX
Nos. 0,11,13, 15, 17 Courtlandt Street,
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
Thla old-catablished nnd favorite resort of tho Busi
ness Community lias been recently refitted, ami is rum-
ilcto in everything tnal cm minister to the comforts of
ts nations. Ladles and families are specially and care
fully provided for.
It I' centrally located In tho btt'lneaa part of the city.
and Is continuous to the principal lines cf steamboats,
cars, omnibusscs ferries, &c.
In conscouenco of theprcssuro caused by tho Rebel
lion, prices have been reduced tu
One Dollar ai d iiftu C cuts per Dav.
The table Is amply supplied with all tho luxuries of
the season, and is equal to that of nny other hotel in tho
Ample accommodations aro offered for upward of 400
no noi nenovc runners. nacKinen, and others wno
may say "ino western lintel is lull."
1). D. WINCHESTER, Proprietor.
TIIOS. D. WINCHESTER.
JXcntfittig' liail Elonri.
SUMMER ARRANGE MENT,
GREAT TRUNK LINE 1'ROM THE NORTH AND
Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Reading,
rottsville, Lebanon. Alleutown, Eastnn.&c, &.c.
Trains leave llarrishurg for 1'hilailctphia. New York
Reading, l'ottsvllle and all intermediate stations, at 8
a. m., nnd 2 p. tu.
New York eiptcsa leaves llarrishurg nt 2.15 a. m
arriving at New York nt 11 .15 the same morning.
Fares from llarrishurg i To New York 85 15 J to
Philadelphia 53 3J and S'J 69. Baggago checked
Reluming, leave New York at 0 a in., 12nnon, and 7
p. in., ( I'iltFliurg Express). Leave Philadelphia at 8.15
a. m and Xliu p in.
Sleeping cars in tho New York express trains, through
to nnd from I'ltuburgh without change.
Passengers by tho 1,'atawissa Railroad leave Tamamia
at 8.511 a m., and 2 15 p m., for Philadelphia, Now York
and all Way Points.
Trains leavu I'ottsvillo at 1.15 n. m ami 5.30 p. m,,
fur l'hiladelhla, llarrishurg and New York,
An Accommodation passenger train Icovcs Reading
at0.e0a. m , and returns from Philadelphia nt 5.UU p.m.
03 All the above trains run daily, Sundays excepted.
A tmndny train lcacs i'ottsvillu at 7,30 a.m., and
Philadelphia at 3.15 p.m.
Commutation, mileage, season, and excursion tickets
it reduced rates to and from all points.
G. A. NirOLLS,
Mny 23, 1603. General Superintendent.
Tllli F0U11 ACTS OF 1)ES1'0TIS.U
A NEW AND IMPORTANT WORK.
uy d, a. miio.w, or iowa,
Author of "The Trhon of State."
Price 50 cts; in paper covers, Hound in muslin, 75 cts.
This work contnlns full nnd official copies of four
priitcipnl Acts of tho last Congress, which will forever
fix n stigma upon that body :
1. 'Iiie'I'ax I.ill. bv which all thu property and re
sources of the peoplo nru mortgaged to the present
1. Tn I'lNAscB IIicl, which places nll.tho currency of
the country in tno nanus oi me occieiury vi lue
3. Tub CnNfinir-rios Giu, by which nil thu bodies o
poor men who aiu not worth 300, aro placed in the
hands of tho Administration,
4. The lsnKMsnv Act, (filling climax,) which pre
sumes to indemnify the President for all the wrongs
he has committed in the past, or may commit in tho
Theso four acts nro each preceded by a cnrelul an
nlefcU. bv Mr. Mnhntiv. and ihclr imlust. owires&lvo
unconstitutional and odious features pointed out. As
n l.nr.k for reference, it will be invaluable to the l ax-
met, the Mechanic, the Politician, tho Laborer in fact
to every person, for these acts reach from the loftiest
mansion to the humblest cnblu iuthelaiid,
Theso four acts nro not nublishcil tntrethcr in any
other form. '1 hey make n largo octavo pamphlet of
UiO pages, in good Hzeu type, nnd aro sold ni ino low
prico of ni'ly Cents iu paper, and Bevcnty-l'ivc Cents
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May 'JU, 1C03.
Wm. 13. BRADBURY'S
PMNO-FOR TEESTADLlSUMEJSi T
No. 427 Brootuo Street, New York.
Tho subscriber rcsmctfully invites the attention of
his friends nndtlie public generally to his I'lanu.l'orto
Establishment at No, 427 Drooino street, conor ofCrosby
Having withdrawn his Interest, HoeK and material
from the latufirinofLightck llradsburry,"whieli firm
wns dissoiveii onino.iist January, uu.. ami naving
rurchusea tue cuiiro eiock oi I'lano i ones nun I'lauu
'urto Mulerial owned by his brother. Edward O.
Ilrudbury, in the said firm, lie Is now preparped to
supply the increased demand for his celebrated Piano
Fortes. Employing the mont skilllul and eiperlcneed
workmen, with a large nock of Hie bsst aud most thor
oughly seasoned mutcrinl and an abundance of capital
lie has taken iu hairiuhu personal supervision of Iho
tho whole business rmTanufacturinghisiiitiimeuts nnd
is enabled to turn out fiauo-l unci oi uuc'iuaueu lono
IJRADIIURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO FORTE.
In tho arrangement of our new scale, drawn nnd pre
pared with tlio utmost care, expressly for our new
liutiumcnu, wo havo addsd every Improvement which
cnu iu any wuy tend to tho perfection or I no riano
l'ortu, nnd wo can loulldently assert, that for delicacy
of touch, volume, purity, brilliancy and sweetness of
lono, combined with thntstrength an it solidity of frame
necessary' to durability, theso instruments urn une-
"Sa.Kr-iaTii and llKii'TV" is our motto, nml wo invito
the closest criticism of the beat unbiased Judges in tho
n7" Every instrument warrnnted for five yeara,
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427 llroome St., cor. of Crosby, New York.
March 14, ieu3. 3m
THIS work contains the principal Speeches of Hon,
C, L. Vallahdioiiam, on
AHOLITIOX, THE UA'IOAT, AMD THE CIVIL WAR,
also narts of other Speeches, Letters, Votes, etc, It is
handsomely printed on good, 2IH pages largo 8vo, und , TT) f)OK.S13TiT,Ti!Tt Rlntinnnr 'Rnnlr
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ia having a largo sale.
Price, miner covers. CO cts.. Cloth, SI. 00; delivered
by mall r express, prepaid, on roreipt of prico,
A liberal discount to Agents nnd dealers.
Published by J. WALTER U CO.,
r7" A copy will bo sent lo every editor who inserts
thu above and this notice before July 1st, Itr'iH, and
bends umaHed copy of Ilia paper to the publishers.
June 0,lcG3 lm.
liUUSIUlCT-H tb HUOTIIKUH.
T 0 B A 0 0 O DEALER?
NO.IOS.NOKTU Till III) STIIICET
IF YOU WANT TO BUY YOUR
Cheap Spring Goods,
Crcasy's Store, in Light Sired, Pa.
ALL KINDS OF (10QDS
Paints, fio.) &o.
In nditltlnn to our largo stock ofDry Goods, wo hnvo
f largo and full nssortmont ofnendy Made Clothing
nor .Men and I'.oys wear which wo nro determined to
sell cheaper th in enn bo bought elsewhere. Call nnd
see, nnd judge for yourselves. fc
Light Street, .March 1. 1803.
THE NEW GIIOCEIIY STOKE.
MORE FRESH GOODS.
Just 'cccivcd at Erasmus' JNito Store.
Hats and Caps,
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a great variety of notionanad ctceto
ras. ton numerous to mcn'inn.
E7"iluttor, Eggs, .Meat nnd produce generally taken
in excuaugu lor guous,
A. II, ERASMUS.
Dloomsburg, May 9, 1803,
Bark ! Bark ! !
WANTED IMMEDI A TE LY .
QOP Cords of Bark, wanted by, tho under
signed, immediately, at tliel'nnncry in IllonmiHjtirc
far which the highest pricu will bv paid In Cash
Lcn the Wm, SN YUKU .
nioomsburg, May 9, IcC3, lm
JV. E. comci nj 1th and Chestnut Streets
This Ikstitotion, which was ettabliahed in 1814. and
ia now consequently in the eighteenth year tf its exist
ence, nutnberMiiinoiiL' its graduates, hundreds of the
mostsuccessful Merchants nnd llusiucss Men of our
rimOnJFOT of the Institution is solely tn afford vounr;
men facilities for thorough preparation for buslines.
The Branches tauuiit are, livok-keeptntr. as applica
ble to the various departments of trade; Venmanthip,
botliplalnnuilornaiuvHt.il; Commercial lam, .Val he
matics, A'aeifration Grit Engineering, Vrateiiig, I Aon-
ogarphy, ana Modern Languages.
'ITbStstim or Instruction Is peculiar ; no classes or
set lessons are made use of, but each student is taught
individually, so that ho may commence nt nny time, and
attend nt w hatever hours arc most convenient.
Cataloooes nreissticd annually after the 15lh of April
containing nnmos of the students for tin year, ami full
particulars of terms, &c, and may be obtained at any
time by addresing the Principal.
InExtk.nsivk AreoMMoniTiONS, widespread reputation
nnd the tengihu cipcrtcntc of ihe Principal, this Institu
tion oirers facilities superior toany other in tlio coun
try, for young men wishing toprcpnro for business,
nnd to obtain nt the same time a MN.OMA, tehieh will
jirorea recommendation for them them to nny Mcrchan
K7"CKtTENOEji'8 "eric of Trcatitct nn Ilnoit-KFir-ino.
now nnre widelycirculatedthan any other work
ou the subject, arc for sals nt the College.
S. HODGES CRITTENDEN,
Jan. 25-1602 12m.
NATIONAL C0M3IEIICUL COLLEGES
s,e.ccrni:r7tii and chestnut sts.,
IVt?Jt York City , Brooklyn, Albany, Tray
Buffalo. Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago,
and St'. Louis.
Dook-kccping, Penmanship, Commercial Arithmetic
Commercial Law, Forms, Correspondence, &c, piact
Theso Colleges being under tho samo general and lo
cal management, and iinitinir in each tho udvuutagu
of all, oiler greater facilities for imparting iuatru&l l
than nny other similar institution in the country.
A Scholarship is.ued by any one is good iu all fci n
Tho Philadelphia College has been recently culail
nnd refurnished in a superior manner, nnd isnowfl i
largest and most prosperous Commercial Institution 1 1
Ilryant & Ptrntton's series of Text Honks, cmbrac
Ilook-kcepiug, Commercial Arithmetic, und Comiucr
Law, for sale, and sent by mail.
n7" For full particulars send for a circular.
October 18, ISl'i'J- 12m.
on. Wilson Mcandlcss, Judge of the United States
Circuit Court, President.
Corner Pcun nud St. Clair Street, P1TTSRUROII, PA
THE LARGEST. CIIAPEST AND REST.
$35.00 pays forn lu'l Commercial Course,
,tr No extra charges for Manufacturers, Steamboat,
nni I road nnd Hank Hook-Keeping.
Ministers' sons at half prico. Students enter and re
view at any time.
'1 ills institution is conflicted by experienced Teach
ers nnd prnitical Accountants, who prepare young men
for active business, nt tho least cxpentti and shortest
time, for the ino.t lucrativo uud responsible situations.
Diplomas grunted for melit only, llencu tho universal
preference fur graduates of this college, by butiuers
Prof. A.COWLEY, tho best Penman In tho Union,
.. 1... t.l,lu ll... I.,..,., iin.iil... nr llr.t (....n.!,,,.,. .....I
. ,,,,,, flUIUO MU,O,0r, ,Ub, w ., w.ll. .., ,,,, t
nvi.r ,, II rn, iilietltitrH. lt.'Wlieu n ntil III title,., u rlt 1,,'r.
For specimens of Penmanship, und Cntuloguo con
taluing full information, enclose twenty-five cents lo
JENKINS It SUITII, Principals.
07 Attend where Iho Sous uud Clerks of llunlncss
Men nnd Hauliers graduate,
April 10, leUM-ly.
April 1, 1603.
WILLIAM G. PERKY
I ' '
1 Persons visiting the city, or sending orders will do
well tu tako n iiiuiiiorandiim of the above Address.
Tho stock is large ami well assorted, t'ricta tew,
I'lioTourunt Alooms, Helling from Ducts to if i3 each.
Thenewcat styles and largest assortment in tho City,
Win. G. PERRY, Publiehur,
H, W. cor.-llh&i Race sirs.. Philadelphia
(Opposite Inutcnacmc Hall,)
CHESTNUT BTREET.UHTWEEN I Il'TII U SIXTH,
i Match 13, IMJ
November 30, 1H61
WAR FKI0ES OVER 1
AT THE STORE OF
J J. BR0WER
ft Rhn tin Just received, nnd la now opening n prime
11 stock or New tOooda from tho Eastern markets,
which will bo sold low forcnahor produce.
PRINTS at 121, 10, 18, 2(1, 22, and 23 cents,
Brown & Bleached Muslin,
nt 20,25, 05, and 40 cents
l)c Luines, ( Italics, and Dress Goods, a
full supply at 18, 25, Ul, and up to CO cts
XlALlJ!ia Ul'I'JHA UIjUXU
A'so, a Irclt supply of
GROCERIES, SPICES, .J-C.
Aho, a large lot of
QUEENSWARE. OeDAIIWAUE. IlAlWYArU',
Boots and Shoes ,
And nil kind of Merchandise usuually kept In n coun
Call and examine- No charge for showing Gooda.
May I), 1603,
JAMES H. SMlTHi
IJUPOHTEll M'D WHOLESALE liEALEll
BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKEYS,
GIN'S, AND LKIUORS, GENERALLY.
No. 328 Walnut Sts,, between 3d ij-
C. n. HENRY, Traveling Agent and Salesman,
Cf Onntm RtsrEcTrM.v Solicited.
Novembers.', ISBS. y.
l.ATE COL, It. D. J0NCS,
No. 77 Dock Street, next door to the
Poit Office, Philadelphia.
This well known establishment maintains Itauaua I
celebrity, and its well known repuintion of bciui
HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN
Shall bo sustained. ltoommay bo had at all houn
ner night, 37 cents ; per week, 32 50, per month, 810,
Tho liar and Eating Departments nro furnished with
the best of everything the market ran produce.
GAME, FRUIT, VEGETABLES,
nnd delicacies of cyory clinic may be had at n monio t's
Meals at 12 cents and upwards, and may lie had from
5 A. M. till 12 nt night, Gentlemen may rest nsiiired
that no oxpcitsj wiil bo spared to render this Hotel a
J. OTTENKIRK, Propr.
March 7, 1803-3m.
DE01UTIVE EST IBM II MEN T,
Ho, 125, South Eleventh Street near VI nut,
Enameled Glass, Fresco, Oil and Encaustic Palntlii
John Gtnsov. G. II. Gidon.
January 12, 1801 3m..
P I TUR E S FO R. ALU UM.
Over 000 different varieties selling from75cts to SITi
Wm. G. PERRY, Publisher.
S. W. Cor. 4tli & Rnce Philadelphia
INVITES tho attention of every rendo
this paper, which includes many lhoiis
of his old patrons ami ni piulntances To
unusually large nnd b iiitifut varity
AMERICAN nud IMPORTED WATCHES, CLOCKS
and elegant designs of JEwEI.RY. Silver Ware, Uc,
709 Market Street, PHILADELPHIA
March 7, lr?G3 13tn
502 Market St., Philadelphia
IMPORTER nf Toys, Pipe and fancy Articles.
Tho largert variety of I'ipoa, Toys, llaskets jn
FANCY GOODS TO HE FOUND IN IDE C1TV.
Pleas call and Exaimnc,
ric Hail Itond.
Tills great lino traverses tlio
Northern nnd Nnil'j-
vest counties of I'euiisilvania t ilia , iivi,r r.r-ui,
It lias been leased by tho Peii'isylraula Itailrnal
Company, and under their auapk-es is being rapidly
opened throughout its entire length.
It Is now in uso for Passenger and Freight btisiuesa
from llarrishurg tn Driftwood (2d Fork) (177 miles) m
the Eastern Division, and from Shelllold to Erie on lha
Western Division, (78 miles.)
TIME ur eASSEMlEll TllAI.SS AT .tOnniSMOERI.AMl.
Mail Train leaves, Eaat 0 53 A. M.
Express Train 11 " 10 Si! 1'. M.
Mail " " West A "
Exprcas ' " s 5j a. M.
Cars run through with ctUNor both ways nn llie.a
trains between Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and
llaltiinorc and Lick Haven. Nuw and elegant Sleep
ing Cars nreomp.iuing thu Express Tram both ways
between Williamsport and Ilaltimore, und Williams
port und Philadelphia,
For Information respecting Passenger business, ap
ply nt the S. E. Cor. Ilth and .Market Sis.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents ;
K. II. Kingston, Jr., Cor.lJth and .Market Sts., PhilV
J. tV. Reynolds, Erie.
J M. Drill. Agent N. C. R: it., Ilaltimore.
11. II. Houston, Gcn'l. Weight Agt . Philadelphia,
Louis I.- Iloupt, Gen'l, Ticket Agt. Philadelphia.
Joseph D. Potts, Gcn'l. Manager, Williiiinspuit.
January 17, 1803.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Estate of Patrick Tool, deceased
LETTERS of Administration on Ihe Estnte f Pat
rick Tool, late of Centre low nship, Columbiu co,,
deceased, havo been granted by Ihe Register of Colum
bia cn to the undersigned t nil persons having claims
ngainst the estate of tho decemieiit nro requested t
pros-cut tlifiu tn tho undersigned, at Ills rcsiiUnco in
Mild township, without delay, and all persons indebted
tu make payment furthwl.h.
CHARLES TOOL, Adm'r.
May 01, 1803,-Cw.
pun lic sQUAia:, ivilkes ha hue.
ri-iitE tinker sisncil, having taken litis well-known stand
Jl (Tonne rly of .Major fiiterliaugh), respectfully solii
its the patruiiagn of tho public.
No pains will be spared In any of its departments, to
render satisfaction tn all guest. Thu TAULE uud tha
IIAll will always bo supplied w i Hi tho
REST THE MARKET AITORDS.
K7 Good r'tabllng for Horses and attciitlvo Hostlers.
Tho "Excliango" Is eligibly situated on tho Public
Square, and has therefore peculiar advantages toper
sons attending Court or doing business in tho public
Ulntcs. ii,ui,,:d jmwmu, mi.
N. tl. Whenever you como to town, please call.
II. J. YAPLE.
Wilkea-llarro, Nov. 13. ISC2I
WW JEUSEY LXi)S FOR SALE,
GARDEN AND FRUIT FARMS,
Suitublo for Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Raspberries,
Strewberries, Illackborriis, Current., &e., of I. i.'l.'i,
10 oa '.'0 acres cuch, ai the following prices for the
present, via: "0 acres lor S.W, 10 acres for SI 10, S
acres for &n0, i! ucres for t IU, 1 acre for !$'J0. Payable)
by one dollar n week.
Also, good Crnnbury lands, and village lots In Cheat
wood. 25 by I0O feet, at $10 each, payable by nno dvl
!nr a week. 'The above land nnd furinx, nru situate a
i.'licntwood, Washington township, llurlingtoii county
New Jersey. For further Information, upply, villi
P. O, Stamp, for a circular, to
B. FRANKLIN ''LARK,
No. 00 Cedar Street, New York, N, Y.
Jannary 17, ltb3.
LIGHT STRIiET, Columbif, county, Fn
qIIE undersigned has located nt tho above nairf'1
X hotel, formerly occupied by Peter Schug, and iclic
its a sham of public patrouago.
Good accommodations for man and beast. 7l'.f
best kind af liuuors ut Ihs bar.
J. D, ItlCE, Proprietor.
April II, U03-
BUNDS AND SHADES.
P J. WILLIAMS. No. 10 North Sixth street, rhlla-
delphla. manufuclurer of
Ynilian IlIindH mill Window
ST The largest and finest nasnrtmonl In tho city, a)
the loweit prices. Iiliuda pslntud and trimmed I'Hual
to new. Store Shades uiadeaiid lelteicd,
April t, IFKI-lin