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Thrco pounds of flonr. six ounces of but
ler, otio ounco of tho boat powdered gin
ger, ono ounco of ground caraway scods,
half nnounoo of sweet pepper, two pounds
of trcaolo, a quarter of a pound of sugar,
a largo leaspoonful of carbonate of eoda
mixed in boiling water. Ruttcr and trca
cits both melted. 13ako in a slow oven (or
two and a half hours.
This articloisono of tho most necessary,
and yet wo rarely find il of good, or cvon
passablo quality. Py following tho rules
laid down in tho followiug receipt, which
I have pursued for many years, any one
may make tho article on Lis own preniis
cs "To eight grllons of clear rain wat
tcr, add thrco quarts of molasses, but into
n good cask, shako well a few times, thou
add two or thrco spoonfulls of good yeast
cakes. If in summer, placo tho cask in tho
sun ; if in winter, near' the chimney,
whero it may be warm. In ton or fifteen
days, add to tho liquor a sheet of brown
paper, torn in strips, dipped in molasses,
and good vinegar will be produced. The
paper will, in this way, form what is call
ed tho 'mothor,' or life of tho vinegar.'
TO CURE SHEEP FROM JUMPING.
A. correspondent of tho Ohio Furmtr
gives tha followiug curious account of the
method adopted by him to prevent his
sheep from jumping tho fences of his pas-1
turo: ''I want to toll you about my
jumping sheep, and how I broke them.
Igot them in a pen built sufficiently high
to hold them; I thon caught tho ring
leaders ono at a time, and" made a small
hole in each car. I then took a cord or
string and run through the holes in the
oars, then drew tho can together close
enough to keep tlicm from working tho
cars, I then let them out and they arc as
quiet as any sheep."
HOW TO PRESERVE EGGS FRESH.
If the pores of the egg-shell be kept
closed, tho contest must bo preserved in
tact, as no change can occur, aud tho sub
ject is to close this atmospherick connec
tion in tho cheapest and simplest manure.
Any kind of varnigh will answer the pur
pose in one sense, but will defeat it in an
o'.her: as eggs, being particularly affected
by strong Ecents, would loso their delicate
flavor by the odor of tho coating. A bet
ter plan would be to employ beef suet or
mutton tallow, provided tho egg can be
kept in a cool place. The eggs should be
dipped in the fat and afterward wiped olF,
as any excess of grease over that required
to fill tho pores, would become rancid
After this the eggs should bo set perpen
dicularly, with tho small cud uppermost
and placed in a bos filled with bran and
tightly covered up. If the egg is laid on
its sido, tho yolk will adhero to tho shell.
Charooal finely pulverized is a good sub
stitute for bran, as it is a deodorizer and
will absorb any disagreeable effect that
might bo perceived from grease.
Prof. Mapcs says : ''If tomatoes arc
slightly scalded and skinned, and put into
boiling water for a few minutes, and cork
ed and scaled, the fruit will keep as long j
as desired, and if eaten when fust opened, j
will Lave the same taste as when first pick
ed from the vines."
Our experience is this : Wo pick our
tomatoes, wash and pscl ; then boil slight
ly and stir for five or ten minntcs, so as
to bo sure to expel all the air; then heat
the bottles, and fiill, corking up instantly.
If not corkod up at oucc, and when full,
tho contests will settle, and leave a vacant
epaco. Tho cork should bo a short ono,
and pushed down below the level of tho
top of the b ittle neck thi3 filled up with
molted sealing wax. Tliii is our mode.
Wo have never lost a bottle, nor had the
least change take placo in the fruit. Wo
have kept it and generally do a year,
or a year and a half, always with perfect
success. We have now a quart bottlo
filled, which wo shall not break till next
summer, when it will bo two years old-
Wo havo no thought at all of its spoiling.
Oyster cans aro equally good, only thoro
will bo a tin taste not agreeable.
In this process, heat drives out tbo air,
and the glass keeps it out. This preserves
the fruit. Rut there is somo fruit that will
not presorvo, on account of tho fiixed air
in it. Plums are of this naturo, Pears,
on' tho other hand, aro readily preserved.
Thcro is another way to prescrvo fruit,
tho air-pump. Pump out tho air, and
your fruit ir safo, regardless of the vaouem
iu tho vessel. Fruit may bo presorved
with or without sugar; but it should bo
boiled with sugar. Boil first, then apply
tho sugar ; or, heat your sirup, and pour
over your fruit. This loaves tho tasto of
tho fruit distinct. Ono thing tnoro; use
only the purest and best rofined sugar
sugar without tasto, for whatever odor or
flavor thoro is, goes into tho fruit, and will
bo asted.- Valley Farmer.
Fanacrs,tako good care of your cattle,
Spring & Summer
Cf $P M
THE aubafrlber has Just returned from tho Clllcs
Willi nnolhcr large nml select nssorlinet of
fsIfiiiir ami Milliliter ools,
purchased nt Philadelphia, nt tho liweat figure. find
which they nro determined to toll on ns moderate terms
na rati lie procured clacwlicro In lllooiuiliiirg. Ills
l.ji mi:x' mims nnnns.
of choicest stylos and latest rnstilon.
vitr noons, jixd aitooi:nn:s,
nutmvinv. c j t ': k.v u k k,
CKMli HUMK, HOLLOW WAItH
1UOX, X.1ILS, MOOTS ,y S1IOK3
ltITS ,y Ctl'S, tc . ye., te
In abort ever) thing usually kept In country Eloros
o which ho Invite the public gcncrnlly.
Tim lllghestpriio paldfor country produce.
S. H. MILL lilt.
Bloomnbiirg, April 1?, 1PC3.
FOR EVERY RODY.
TERMS CASH OR PRO DUCK.
Jnit come toC nnd W Kre.mier's Store, In Jersey
town, I'a. whore you willilnd all kinds of Dry Goods',
Ladies Drcsb Goods,
ll'iiscry, Shawls &o,
Fish, Meat, Salt,
Flour, Tobiicco, Segars,
Ilati, Cap?, Boots, & Shoes,
IRON AND NAILS.
In short, ever thing that Is generally kept In a ceuir
I iy store. , , ,,
We will sell you goods nt fair prices nnd take all
kinds of produce as pay such ns flutter, Hgga. drain.
Lumber, Shingles, Oak plank, and in fact any tiling that
any body clfo will buy and sell asclicap us can bo sold
in tho country. We ill not bj undersold by Jew or
Come thou ono and all, judge for your
selves. Rfiiig your trade, but don't nk
C & W KUEAMElt.
Jorsojtown, May S, le03.
Latest stile lowest prices.
JUST Received a new n..ortmont of latest sljles of
I full Frqwr i nduilhig Bardcrbig,
Taper, and a general variety of material In Ills line,
which will bo found on Iho tSWONIl I'l.OO imnoiii
atoly over tho store of Mr. I. T bharpless, entrance
ono door east of I.utzca Drug Moru in the Uupeit
lllotk, whero all persons wishing gomls in Ills Hue
will bo attended to, in psrson' at ut oil times.
car I'opar Jluugiup tzcculcil to order
and best sUdc. at niton wtice.
lit J. I J'-". .
I,lr,mfitmrg. May 0 TFfi3 3tn
TINWARE & STOVE SHOP.
'pill! undersigned respectfully informs his old friend
. UMU C111.HHIIUI-. in... iiu im:?
mnroKt it, tin, nhovn pptaMishmenl. and the concern wils
hereafter bo conducted iii' hliiMCll cxcluslvely.
. lie Has just received nun ouers ior suic, uie i.ira
tXC est and most extensive assortment of r AXUV
S'J'OV I'.rt ever introduced into this market.
tSAQ His stock ccmsii-ta of n complutc assortment of
ho best Cooking nnd parlor stoves in the market, togeth
er Willi Stove fixtures of every description, Oven aud
l!o. t-toves, Iladiators, Ojllndar Stoves, Oast Iron Air-Ti-ht
stoves, Cannon titoves, &c., fee. Htovcpipe nnd
Tinware con-tantly on hand and manufactured to order.
All Kinds of repairing done, at usual, on short notice.
The pntronage of old friends aud new customers re
nectfully solicited. A. JI. KUl'UUT.
Uloomsburg, November 3d 1610. tf.
PUJTUTTE ALEE V
rpilll undersigned informs the citizens of llloom.
J. and ui'lghborliood, that Im has takrii the largo room
in tlie Uidiango Illock, extending over Mvusra. Hloner
& Fox's I'akery, and the Dnokstoro where he has put in
a large Skylipl t. It is only by Skyllf lit that good pic-
ureg can bet I ten especially grodps whero each person
an bo taKcnj ist as wen as separate.
He has gnu to cons idernblo exp. use to mnke his es
ablishmen'l first class oiw, and he therefore solicits a
beral patro lge to enable him, to constantly introduce
tb mode 1 improvements of the art.
r7Co'iii -y produce talan in nxchnngo for pictures
ninomtbarg, Nov. 53 IPf.l. Nov. ft '52
Millvillc, Columbia County, Fenn'a.
ThiB well known School for both sexes will open
NOVUM IIUIl 3d, lelW.
The recent additions to the buildings; render naciL
ndntious for more than sixty boarders.
Tho course of study will cnibrace three deportment
tho Normal, tho Scientific, and tho i'ominercinl.
The Principal will be assisted by experienced fend
ers, fnllv uuallllcdfor their respective positions.
Parents and others may rest assured that no eflbitE
will be spared to makefile School worthy of palroncgc
and that tho welfare of the students, intellectually
piivsieniiy, aim morally, win recdvoourconsianiearu
For application, circulars or further particulars, at!
press llw undersigned, nt Milluille Columbia county l-(
V. MAXWELL l'inTS,
JOHN U. PA'ITON.A.M.,
Mlllville, Ta.. Pcqt. 13,'1PC2.
Btonmsburg, Columbia County, Penna
8LAS DODSONt S'ronriclor.
rPnkes pleasure in announcing to tho public that he
I hastaken and thoroughly refitted the Forks Hotel
formerly occupied by Robert ilagenbucli, lilooiusburg,
and la prepared tficcoiuodato travellers, teamsters,
drovers and boarders. Ilia table will he supplied wifli
best pruducta thu markets iill'ord, and his liar will be
cnn.Uiilly furnished Willi the chnlreit liquors,
Vj" A large und coiouiodioui stablu lias been erected,
with n convenient stable attached. Attentive ostlers
will always bo in attendance, and ho trusts his obliging
atti iitinii tu customer w ill secure linn a liberal share ef
lllonnicburg, Pa.. Nov. 20. Iff!.'.
IIIE fuhscriber has just received a lot
JL Hosiery Triiniiiluga aud N'uw Uoods, such as
a tp iav iBssa
AND OTIir.ll NOTIONS.
D7" Wheeler & Wilaon'a Sewing Machines fjr sale.
Alto sjuiiday stchool Hooks and ruble.
Alto Sirs. Allen's Iluir llCBtortr. which will give to
gray its natural color,
A. II. wniin.
Next Door below Court House.
Illoomsburg, May 30, It 01),
s1 e mMmmm
Attorney at Law.,
Office i At the Exchange Hotel, Main St.
Itcm-sit to Hon. John Walla, Lew i.burg, I'a.
William I'uniernn, President of the l.ewisbutg Hank.
J. II. Packer, President of thu Nurthuiiiberluhd Hank,
Illoomsburg, June 27, 180:1, ly.
JOHN 0. YEAGER,
MANUPACTUIIUU fc WHOLESALE HEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, RONNEI'S AND
No. 257 North Third Street, Phila'd.
Nov. 20, 1302,
JOHN S. LEE & 00.
No. 10, NOItTII WIIAKVES,
SHIP CHANDLER S,
Hpun Tolfun for Caulking Uopei, TtvjJm, t"f, Pitch,
. Onkum. Blocks, and Oari, Ice
I .Vijuu i, ittUi:iit.
D I A 1) E T K S
and diseases or the
Theie Dangerout unit Troulltiome ltittatci, nhithtiatt
that far lUsUlU the bttt ill'ccted Treatment eanbe
C. mphttly Oantrolttd b'j the Itl'JIIl'.DYticic before ml
properties of the incd'liino dliect IbeinsHvcs to the or
gans of secretion, nnd by so altering the condition of
tho slomarh and liver that the starchy principle oftlio
fond Is notconvettcd Into sugar eolong na thu system
Is under the Influence- or tho
winch give those organs time to rccuver their kcalthy
tone nndvigor. Wo are nblc to slate tli it the C'onstitil-.
Hon Wnter hns cured oery case of Ulnbetcs in which it
has been given.
stoxi: in Tim DLAiinnt, CAi.cui.uf , flitAvr.il
IIU1CK DUST DUruSIT, AND MUCOUa Oil
MILKY UJSCIIAItHUd AI'TCIl UIIINATIXO.
Diseases occurlng from one and Hie same cause will
be entirely cured by tlio Constitution Wator, If taken
foi nny lcngtli of time. The doe should vary with tho
seventy of thu iliaease, iroin twenty urnpa to a tea
spoonful three times a day, In water. During tho pas
rugoofthc Calculus, tho pain uud urgent srmptoms
should be combated with tho proper remedies, then
followed up with the Constitution Water, us uboto di
rected. nvaMi'.xoitiiAdiA, on l'Aixrui.L MnxsrnuA-
'flOX, AND IN ,Mi:NOItIlllA(!IA Oil PltOl'Utfi:
lloth diseases nrising from a faulty secretion cftne
menstrual fluid-Jn thu ono case buiiigtno little, and
accompanied by se ero pain ; tinJ tho other u loo pro
fuse secretion, whuli will ba speedily cured by Iho
rii.ii know n ns I'AU.ING OP TIIH WOMII.
which Is thuresull of ii relaxation oftlio ligaments of
that organ, ami Is known liy a sensunt Heaviness anu
dragging pains ill tho back nml sides, and at times ac
companied by sharp li.cluatlng or shooting pains through
the paits, w ill. in all ense. be removed by thoioedieine.
There Is anottier clai of symptoms arling from III
niTATION OP TIIU WOMII, which phy(,Uiaiis call
JSVrvousness, which word covers up mudi igunrtiiro.
and in nlno cases outof ten tho doctordoi's not really
know whether tho symptoms are tho dhease, or I lie
disease tho symptoms. We can only enumerate them
hero. 1 speak more particularly of Cold I'eit, Palpita
tion in the Heart, Impaired Memory, Wakefulness, Plash
es of Heat Languor, Lassitude, ami Dimuessof Vision.
Which in the unmarried female is n constant recurring
iliai.nsi. and ihriniL'h neglect tho seeds oi more graie
and dangerous maladies are the result: ami as mouth
ufmr month n.isscs w 1 1 Ii o ii t an ell'ort bi'luu' made to as
sist nature, the suppression lu-comcs chronic, iho pa
tient gradually looses her appetite, the bowels are
constipated, night sweats come on, and ceiisuwjiliurt
finally ends her career.
i,p.ucoiui(EA on whites.
This diseare denciiila upon an iiill.iiiintlnii of mucous
lining of tf e vagina ami womb. It is ill all cases ac
companied by suvero pain In the back, accross tho
bowels und through the hips. A teaopooiiful oftlio
medicine may ho taken three times a day, with an in
jection of a lablesponnful of tho medicime, mixed with
a nail-pilll oi sou wnit'r, niorniii!: ami L'voiiiug.
iiuutatiov op tup. nixkof thu uLAiinrnt,
INPLAM ATI0N OP TIIK KlllNUVrf AND CA
TAKIUI OF Till: IMiADUCK. STRA.N'GUllY
AND IIL'IININII OH PAINFUL UUINATlNli.
Tor thesediseases it islrulya sovorcign remedy, nnd
too much cannot ho sniil In lis praise A single does has
been snow to relive th'j must urgent s ploms,
Are vnu trouuieit Willi mat itlstresEiug pain in I no
small ufthc backnud llirmigh the hips I A tenspooiiful
a day uf Constitution Water will relievo jouliku magical
It hasno ctual in relieving thu Most distressing Biup
toms. AUo, Headache, lleurthuiu, Acid rjtomaih Vom
illng Food, &c Taken tcaspooiiful after dinner- '1 he
dose in all cases ni.iy be increased if desired, Litt elioultl
be dune gradually.
Have long since given up the use of buchu. cuhelwniid
juniper In thu treatment uf th-se diseases, audunlyuso
tliein lor wuui oi a ueiter renieuy.
lias proved itself O'jual tulhe task tlial has devolved
Initato and drench tho kidneys, and by ennatant use
oon lead to Uiruiiiii dogencratiuH and co itiriucd dis
Mead. Read. Read.
Danvillk, Pa., JuiicS le'fii.
Dr.Wsi. II. Canon Dacr isir : In I'ebuurv. lr-iil. 1
wasalllicicd Mththc sugar diabetes, aud for live mouths
1 passed more than two gallons of water in twenty-four
hours. 1 was ob'iged to get up as ulton teuortwelte
times during tha night, and in lit c months Host about
fifty pounds m weigth. Horning thu month of Julv,
lCtil, 1 procured two bottles of Constitution Water aiid
in twodays after iiaing it I eiperieiicedrelief.iuiilntter
taking two bottles I was entirely cured, soon utter
regaining my usual gouu ncaltli. Yours truly.
J. V. L Hi: WITT.
Doston Corners, N. Y., Dec. 27, ltjfil.
Win. II. Ores" k Co.:
(lents: I frei ly givu you liberty to make use of the
following rirtiiicate of tho value of Coiittitiition Wa
ter, which 1 can reccommend in tbo highest manlier.
My wife, who was attacked with pain in tho shoul
ders, w hole length of theb.ick, and m Iter limbs, w ith
Palpitation of the heart, attended w ith Falling of tin
Womb, Dysiiienorrlioe.i, and "Irritation of the Iliad
dor," 1 called it physician, who attended her about
three months, when he left her worsu than lie found
her. 1 then employed ono of the best physicians I
could tlnd, who attended her for about nine months,
and will It, alio was under his caro sho did not sillier
quite as much pain ; ho dually gave her up ami sind :
'her easo was Ineuiable." Por, said he, '4lio was such
tt combination of complaints, that medicine given for
one operates dgaiuot some other of her difficulties,"
About this tunc she commenced to use Coniiidti in
I W a i ii it , ami to our utter astonishment, almost thu first
ilose bccmcu iouue me osireu oiiuci, aiiuslie Kept on
improving rapidly u.dcr its treatnn ut.aml now super
intends en'ircly her domestic atf.iira. hehag not ta
ken any ofthct.os tiuiion Watek for about fourwceki
ami wo aro happy to say that It lias produced u perma
WM. M. VAN ISIINSCIIOTISN.
Miu.rnn, L'okn., Nov, 19, 1601.
Dear Sir i I have for several years been ntllicted
with that tooublesonieaiid dangerous dlsea-e dravtl,
which resisted ml rcmediua and doctors, until I took
CoNsriiuitONAi, Waicr, and you may beiissured thut I
)vus pleased with the result. 1 1 lias entirely cured me.
ami ou may muke any use of my name you may see fit
in regaro lo the medicine, as I have entiru confidence
TIIE3D AIli: rACTBRNOUr.il
There is nnclass of lUscases that produce such ex
haiisting etfects upon the human constitution ns Dia
betes and (Ureases of the Kidneys, lilndder ami Urina
ry Passages, and through a false modesty they are ueg
letted until llicy arc so advanced ai to be beyond the
control of ordinary ruinedijs, and wu present tho
To the public with the conviction Hint it has nneqnnl ill
relieving the class of diseases for which it bus been
found so eminently successful in curing i nnd wo trust
thatwo sliallbe ronardedin our ell'orts in placing hi
valuable remedy in a form to meet the requirements of
patient nml phyvlrian.
rOU SALllllY ALL DIU'lifilSTS. PIUOK 6L
WM. II. CHOItOi: CO,, Propri -.ors
Morgan & Allen, llcueral Agents, No, 40 CI ill' HI
Sept. 2J. Ie02. 12m.
,. EVANS A, WATSON
SALAMANIIEIt SAPES, 111
J .MOVED to .Vu. ItlWA fourth
,1'reit, I'AttadeliHitn, have on
ITaT aMtS.V. 1 i
and u largo assortment of Pirn
'llnel pruufS.ilamamler Safes.
tf'Ji&afi 'so, iron doors, for banks nml
rt t. ni.t V. laijiii BlulLBt lr"" suuiiers iron sasu, ail
r. litUf. fclrtllflirajf makes of locks o'luallo any iiudu
in tho United States.
tXeeSafet in one fir). Ml came out right; icith eon
tenf in irood condition.
The Salamander Safes of Philadelphia ugalnu tlie
EVANS & WATSON,
liavo had tho surest deninstrntlon In the following cer
tificate that their manufacture of Salamander S.ifea'iiaa
lit length fully wairaiileil the representations which havo
been made ol tliein as rendering an undoubted security
against the terrllk element.
Philadelphia April 12. IMA.
Nritri F.eant S; Wat ion: (ieutlemcn-It ull'orda us
tho highest satisfaction tu btuto to you, that owing lu
the very protective qualities of two of tlio Salamander,
Safes which wo purchased of yen eoiuo five month since
wo saved a largo iiorllmi of jewelry, nml nil our books,
fee.. expoM'd to the calumiuous, tire hi lluustead place on
the morning of the lllh lust..
When wu rellert Ihiit theao sufea wero Incuti'd in the
foilrth atory of the building wu occupied and that they
fell Biibse'piently iiiton heap of burning ruins, where the
vast concentration of the heat caused the brass plates to
melt, wo cannot but regard the preservation of their val
liable contents ns moat convincing proof of the great se
curity ulfordcd by your sates.
Wet-hall tekn great pleasure In recommending them,
lin ll of busiii' ss an u r.'.ro r' 1 1 a nee ugaiust lire
(iEOIlur, W SIMMONS & UIIO., JeoUhn.
Sj."Thcy hat-e suit rnicbaicd ei larg Safe i.
July 80, mi ' Aniru.t : yxi
UUAUUAU't.t 1VUU MJ"sV JvJ
.. .II I ..! ..,,. ll I.
f I1 II 1. 1 'rooricior Ol l in 8 wv-ii in'"" ii nun v. iii mi-
.L t d House, tho Exittmris llnrst., flluato on Alnl,
Street, In IlluoinsburHi lininesliilcly 'ptinslto Iho C'olutii
bin County I'ourt House, respectfully Informs bla friends
nml the public In general, thai his House la now III nr
der fur Hie reception uud entertainment of travelers who
limy b el disponed to favor It with their custom, llo hna
spared niiejpeiise in prepntlng tho HtutvKoc, for tho
. . . ...i - ,.l, .I,.,.., 1. ii nil.'.
fill' ridlUIOeiU 01 HIS gllCSlS, llv-lllier BII.IH i'w -
tiling winning ion Ills purl) to minister to their personal
comfort. Ills Innuo la epucluus mid enjoys an excellent
' liV Omnibuses run nt all times between the Luhnngo
Hotel noil tli.. vntlous Hill Un.nl llepnis, y wiiirniniv
tiers Hill bo plcns.iutl) mineyodto and from thu re
spective Stations In duo time, to inert Iho Onrit.
W.M. II. KOONS.
Illnomshurg, July T, IfcOO.
S.OOOUm.Ms writing Paper Including; of note, Lellcj
rool-rap, Sermon, Hill, Draw lag papers selling a' .
low mitts for cash. .
Win. 0. I.KRRY, Stationary. .
t. W.cor lib, .fc liaco Philadelphia.
HMin underslgneiMs atao extensively eninged Hi Oio
-i Undertaking Builiitmi, and keepsconslaiitly on nan
mi ior sale lit hia Warcroonia, a largo nssnri.ueui "i
FINISHED e?zS5S ('OFl'INS,
Ily which he is enabled to till ordcra on presentation
Al.ni Keeps a gnoJ llorso and Hearse, and will ut ul
times be ready to attend Puiicrels.
S5I.M0N C. HIllVi:.
PiloJiiisburg, January 2.1, IWiD.
LJltlUE ARRIVAL OF
New Spring& Summer
AT PETER ENT'S STORK,
.v i.iaiir srnvxr, columhi.i cov.vn; ri, i
HAS Jim received Irom Philadelphia, and Is now 1
opening lit the old stand lite y occupied by Marts (
tz P.nt, a splendid usortineiit of
which w ill be sold i heap tor
CAPH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
His stockconslstsof Ludics Dress Uoods choicest styles
and latest millions
READY MADE (. LOTIIIXG.
Cotton ad ca,
BOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS.
In thon "fery thing ii-unliy kept in a country tloru
The patrouaue of old friends, au.l thu public general.
Iy, is lespertfiilly i-o'lutod,
The highest market price paid for country produce.
Light Street, May 110, l?e:i.
R 1 VA 1.
"f III; lindcrslgned, grateful for pn age. respec
4 fully informs hlsciistuiners and the imbliegeiierally
that he has im-t received from llu Pasterne cities, tb
largest and most select stock of
Spring and Bummer,
That has vul been oncned in lllooinsbtirg. to which be
invites the attention of bis fnemls, nml nMircs tliein
iii.it lin y are olfercd for sal.- at great bargains. Ills
Stock comptibcs n largn assortment of
UP.NTI.KMP.X'ri WLAIUXU APPARP.L,
Cousicting ol Ii-iiion4DI i: Ditiss o'r, of every des
cription ; Pauls, Veata, Shirts, Cravats Stocks, Cotton
UaiiilKcrciiieis. i.ioves, cusiiciiuers, &C.
Of every description, fine and cheap.
N. II. Ueiiiember " Loistnberg's Cheap r.mporittm,'
call and see. No charge for cvnmini: Hood.
niooinsburg, .March 2. leCX (June lo.T.l )
Lackawaniiii ii liloomsbur Railrund
ON AND AITPlt APItll. 20, i-M, PASSENfiEIt
TUAINS WILL ItL'N AS PC.l.l.OWS;
Arrive nt Norlhumberland,
M O V 1 N (i
S O U T II
I'l, A. M. ll.'li) A.
li lti Arrive 12.30 P
P.2I A M
" Kingston, H.05 1,15 P, A!
Arrive at Scrantou. I'.IO P. .11.. M'iii
11.10 P. M,. :i.3U
A Passenge r Train also leaves Kingston at S.20 A. M
for rcr.iiiloii, to (oniii i I wiiii train lor .ew vorK. l(e
turnin.', leaves Scranloit on arrival uf Train from New
York at 4.2U P. .11.
The I.aikawauna and Illoonisburg ltailrn.nl rnuiRcts
with the Del.iw are, Laekawiiiiiia and Western Iteilroad
at Scranlon. for New York and intermediate points oust
At Hupi rt it connect w nil the t'altaw Iv'i i road. for
polnta botu easl anJ west-arm lug at 1'liiluili.lphiiiat
:.i,o I'. .11.
At Northumberland it emmects wiili thu Pliil.idelihia
&. tirieit, t. nun r. i- u. it. i"r poiiiis wesr uou soinn
Passengers arriMng at llarrisiuirg -I ..u P 31.; Phil
adclphia 10 P. .11., Kiillnnure 111.20 P, AI.
(1EO. II, HUNT, Sup't
J C. Wells, Clcn'l Ticket .li'cnt.
Kingston Afiil lr. 1M3
P II I L A D E L P II I A.
HOWELL & IIOUIIKE,
Comer rourth and Alnrket Streets, Philadelphia, havo
now in stock, a Hue aricly of
WA L I, FA PUR S,
(lot up eipoasly for thi-ir Spring Trade.
WINDOW PAPER OP EVEIIY OIlADi:,
o which they Invito the ntlenllwi of Slorekoepera,
il- In th' ir relnllenartiiieut, will bo found the
choicest tyla oftlio don,
March 7 leG U luos.aeus
SCIlUl.VltSilll'S FOR SALE.
Pittsburgh Commercial College,
lllnshainpllii " "
Crittenden's " " I'hllailolphia.
u, .niton. Itrvallt Ac Co..
Tliesn Scrips, urn iniiiiiounla of 813 and 850 and are
ns so much cueh, by Hui Student uu entring either oftli,.
above colleges, xoiiug mini n -siring luuuiaiu u llillsl-.
rd Collcgiala JMurntioii, will hero find o good epecul.t
Don by apply lug at the olUeo nftlin
Nuv I leli-l COLU.MULV UKMOCCA'J'.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH
CURE YOUR OOUQll FOR l CENTS
The best (ttvl cheapest Household remedy
in the World.
MADAMU ZAD00 l'OUTEa's
Mir mm$i mmmv
m.miami; .A uo run-
TP.H'rl Curnllvo llnlsaiu Is
warranted If used eccordlng
to the ilirerlioiis, to euro In
all cases Coughs, Colds,
Whooplnj Cough, Asthma
nnd all nll'ectloua uf tho
lliront ami Lilngs.
Mnilamo 'mine porlcr's
llalsaiu is prepared with all
tho requisite- skill, from n
ceiiiblnntl oil of Iho best rem
edies Iho vegetable kliindnni
nll'orda, lis remedial qunli
lies nro bnred on Ha power
In assist tho healthy circu
lation iifthu blond, through
the Lungs, It is not a vio
lent remedy, but emoilent
warming, searching ninlelT
tctiiul can ho lakeu by tho
oldest person or thu young
Mnd.tmZadoe Porter's bat- I
sum has been In use by the '
iiielle for over is years, ami i
ins arqrlred Its present sale
-imply uy neing reconiiueii-
ded by those who have usoM i
It lo their alllkted friends
-l...l- ... -n.tn Pnrln.l. r-..rnii. ..
.HIMI 1 Ollini HUH. .iiiiu.iiiiu ..uiv... . ... .v . a ........i.v.
Ilalsam Is sold at n price which brings it lit the reach
' ... I .. I. ..In,., C.l. ... 'l'l. tl..,.,.
of i-vnrv one to keen it convenient fur use.
Iv use of i ii singlobottlo will prnte lo bo
times Its rost. ,
NOTICE. Hnvo your money I Do not be persuaded
to purchase nrtlcles nt la lo $1 which do not contain
the virtues of a III cent bottlo of Madnmo Porter's Cu
rative Ilalsam, thecost nfiiianufacturing which is ns
grtn' as almost any other medicine ; ami tho very low
pri ce-at which ft Isaol.I, makes thu profit to the sell.
ornppa. iitly small, ami unprlnelpulod dealers wil
someliiiica ret minuend other medicines on whtrhtheir
profits nro larger, unless thu customers lnslt upon
liavlnf Madame Porter's and none other. Ask for
Madame Porter's Curative llalsnm. price 13 cents, and
u Inrge bottles at 53 oe'it, and take no other.
IT7rold by all llruggiitsaml Htorekecperent I3cls,
a,. I III larger bottles ni 23 rents.
HALL & ltUCKI.i:, Pr prlelora, New Vork.
January 21. IBKl.
Noa. 0, 11, 13, 15, 17 Couitlandt Street,
NP..MI IHIOADWAV. NI31V VOIIK CITV.
1hi ol..est.ibllhed and favorite resort of the limi
tless t'oiuiuuuitv has been recently refitted, and is com-
I plele in everjtliing that can minister to the comforts of
; its patrons Ladies ami families arc specially and care
fully pruided for.
Ith centrally located in the bu-iiies8 part oftlio city,
and is contiguous to the principal lines r.f steamboats, :
cars, oiniiiimses terries, ecc. , I
In couseiUc'iien of the pressure caused by the Ilcbcl
lion, prices liavu been reduced to 1
One- Dollar a d 1'ijhj Cents per Day.
'I he table Is amply supplied Willi nil the luxuries of ,
the season, and iaepial to that of nny other hotel ill the
Ample accommodations arc ofiered for upward of 4l'U
i - Do not believe runners. haikmeu, and others who
may say "the Wertern Hot. 1 la full." i
ii. ii. wiNCHi;aTi;n, Proprietor,
THO. II. AVlXCllCSTr.lt.
l'eb. 13, W12.
SUMMER ARRANGE M ENT.
in: t tiu'n'K lim: ruoM tup. nop.th ami
N'orthweht for Plnlailelnhia, fow Vork, Heading,
I'm I kviIIi', I.i I. mini. .Mleutown, lliistun, ic .Ve.
Trains leave llarri'bnrg for Phil. ub tphia. Veiv York
llendiiig. Pottsvlllu and all iiileruiedi.it'j stulioiis, at d
a. in., and 2 p. m.
Xev Vor' exptess leaves llarribtirg at 2.1.1 a. in ,
aiming nt Xew York at ' 15 the same morning
Pans from llarrisburg . To .Now York 53 13; to
Philadelphia S3 3J mil SsJ t"). Ilp.ggngu checked
Returning, leave Xew York at t a in., 12 noon, and 7
p. in., ( PitNburg P.xprcss). Leave Philadelphia ulf.lS
a. in., and 3.30 p ri.
Blei plugrnra in thoXcw York express trains, tin oug!i
to nn.l from Pittsburgli without change.
Pns-engers by thet.V.tawis-aUailroad lcncTanianua
at f .."l u in., and 215 p in., for Philadelphia, Xew York
and all Way Points.
Trains leave Poltsvi'ile ut 0.13 a. m.. ami 2.30 p. m,,
for Philadelphia, llarrisburg nml Xew York.
An Accommodation (i.tsM-nger train iuives Heading
at I). T.I a. m , ami returns frum Philadelphia at 3. flu p.m.
W All the above trains run ilaily, fumlaj s excepted.
A Sunday train lencs Potuville at 7.30 a.m., and
niil.uieipliiu ul .1.13 p, in.
I'ommut.ition, inileaite, season, nnd excursion tickets
ul reduced rales to and from all point.
O. A. XICOLI.S.
Ma.v23.18d3. General &upciintendent.
TKti FOUR ACTS OF DESI'OTISJI
A NEW AND IMPORTANT WOP.K.
Dlf 0, A. HUIONY, OK IOWA,
Author of "The Prison of Slate."
Price 50 els; in paper covers. Hound in muslin, 73 cts.
This work contains full and ollicial copies of four
principal Acts of the last Congress , which will forever
fix a stiitma upon that body :
i 'I in- 'j' a ItiiL. In- which all tli" oronerty nnd re-
coiirn s of Hie people uro mortgaged to the present
A .Ii.iiiiI .1 r.-il iitn
2. Tin: l istsrt: Hut., which places nil tho currency of
lite country 111 vile nanus ui inu fcvi.ivi.i.j v. ...v
3 Tiib Cosanit'TioM Knt.bv which all Iho bodies o
poof men whonru not wuitli SdUU, aro placed in the
hands oftlio Aduiinii-lrnlinn.
j 'i nt. KheMNi-iv A, v. niiiniL' cliniax.l which pre
Mimes to indemnify the President for all tbo wrongs
lie liascomniitled in thu past, or may commit in tlio
'I in so four acts nro each preceded by n carelul nit
nie.i.. bv .Mr. Malinnv. nnd Ihelr unltisl, onpreseivo
unconstitutional ami odious features pointed out. As
.i tun a? ror referenrn. It will ho invaluable to the Par-
mer, the Mechanic, tho Politician, thu Laborer in fact
to every person, for these ai ts reach from the loftiest
mansion to ino numaiesi i aoiu in iiiui.iiiii.
These four nets aro not published together In any
other form. '1 hey mal.u a largo octau pamphlet ol
ii ti imi-etf. in froii.l vi'.eil ivtio. nml aro sola nt the low
priie of Pifly Cents in paper, and So; enty-1'ivo Cents
in tiiiislin binding.
In nrderto furnish thosuof our readars whomay de
sire tins uiiportiint work, we have ma le arrangements
i.-.tli tin, iiiil.hfchiiri. to Ktionlv itthroiieli our olllce. and
all who wish copies can urdcr from us. We will fur
nish them at Piiblither's rates.
C- Send on tbo orders.it once.
1 illy Cents in paper binding.
Sc M'lity-Pive Cents in muslin.
Address Editor Columbia DtMocniv,
May 30. 16U3.
Wm. R. RRADRURY'S
PIANO-FOR TEESTA RLISJIMEIx T
No. 437 Hrooino Street, New Your;.
Tim Biibscrltirr tCBiiectfullv Invites thr attention of
Ins friends and tlio public generally to his Piano-Porte
Establishment lit No, 127 Uroeune StroU, Conor of Crosby
Haing willidrawii his interest, stocK nun material
from tho Into firm of "l.ightc. Ilradsburry," whirh llrm
wus dissulveil ontneuut January uu., ami Having
iiurcliaseil the entire hock oi n.uio i ones ami riaiio.
Porto Jlulerlal owned by Ills brolhrr, Edwurd (3.
Iiradburi. In the said firm, he is now preparped to
Mipply the increased demand for his c debrat"d Piano j
torus, l.mpii.yiug mu iuom siiiinui anu i-A,erii in en
u nfki.ieii. with a largo stoik oftlio bust and most tlioi-
ui u lily bensoned maUrial and mi iibundaueo of capital ;
lie Iris lilKell 111 uanii inu iersoiiai euierv isiun in inu
the while busiiii as of manufacturing his instilments and 1
la eiia.ded to turn oat Piauo-Purtca uf unequalled lonu ,
llltADIIUUY'S NEW bCALP. PIANO POUTE. j
III the arrangement of our new scale, drawn and pre
pared with tho utmost cure, expressly lor our new
lilstiiliin nts, wo havo milled every improvement uhlch
can in uny way tend to the perfection if the Piano- 1
Porte, nml wo can confidently assert, that tor delicacy
i f touch, vid.iiue. purity, brilliancy and sweetness of
tuna, combined witli that strength an-1 solidity af framu
neressnry to durability, these Instruments aro utte
"SjwtMiHi ksv Heu iv" is our inotlo, and wo invito
Hie iluscsl criticism of the best unbiased Judges iu tho
it V- Every instrument wnrrnnted for five years,
427 llroomo St., cor. of Ciorby, New York
March 14, le'03. Urn
Y ALL ANDIG HAM'S RECORD.
rp HIS work contains the principal Speeches of Hon,
J O. L. Vam-akbioiiam, on
slliULlTlUX, TIIK UXIOX, J1X1) Till: CIVIL P.Jfi,
also parts of other Speeches, Letters, Votes, etc, It is
handsomely printed oil good, SW pages large Hio, and
has u vi ry finely execnted steel ciigravtd likenesa of
Tho work has been cnrefully compil.d ami edited.
Also revised uud approved by .Mr. Vallandigliaiii, It
is Inning u large stile.
Prico, paper covers, CO cts., Cloth, gl.OO; delivered
by mull t cipreg. prepaid, on reieipl of price.
A liberul discount tu Agents and dealers.
Publi.hed by J. WA LTI.ll ii CO,,
Zy A copy will lo sent lo every editor who inserts ,
the above uud tills uotiiu before July 1st, lcG3, and
semis iitaarAril copy of his paper Iu Hie publishers,
June li, lcG3 lm,
PJUBIIHICTII & UltOTJlUllH.
T D II A fl (1 D
A u " u u w
DEAL E R F
JVO.lOO.NOllTII TIIUllJ ST11EIJT
I'lvo doorabeluw llaco,
1 1 '
IE YOU WANT TO BUY YOUR
Cheap Spring Goods,
Criasys Slorc, in I.fglit Slrccl, l'a.
Alili K1KDS Olf MODS!
In nddillon to our largo -itork or Dry Hoods, wo have
f large nml full assortment of Itendy Mad Clotliing
nor Aleu nnd llojs wear wbiih we nro determined t
sell rhenper III hi can h" bought tlsowlicru, Call and
aee, ..ml Judge for yourselves. fc
Light Street, March I. If 113.
illK EW GKOI UHY ST0R13.
MORI-i FRESH GOODS.
Just 'cccivcd at Erasmus' fltw Store.
Mats and Caps,
FKEl) AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a great variety of nolionsasd etceto
las, too numerous to ineiiiinn.
K7- Dutter, llggs. Meat and produce generally taken
in exchange fur goods,
A. II, KItASML'S.
inoninsliurg, May !. 1HH3,
Y N'T ED l.M MEDIA TE LY .
300 Coidt of Dark, wanted hy the under
aignr.l. I neiedlatelv, lit theTanuery in lllunm-dnvg
for which the higlieit ,i ric i
will hi naid in l-'n.h
Dpiomiburg, ."lay !, Ict3.
C R I T T E N D Yj N ' S
rmUUl-ILl'IUA I'VIIIBIKUI'IAL. j
COL E G Jil ..
A'. E. cortci n Hit and Chestnut Sticcls 'l
Tuts iNsTirermv. wbiih was established in Irill, and
is now cuiir.rfpienilj in the tltrhtrnith year wf its exist- i
ence, numbers among its graduates, liundn.'ds of tlio t
iiiostMivCCssful .Wurcli.iiiU 'mil Uusiness .Men of our 1
Tup. ilnn-it of the Institution Is solely tnalford yniins '
men facilities for thorongli prepnrationfor busiii'.ss. ,
Pub Hit .ciiM TAfou r are, I'ttoh'leenint;. ns upplict
blrtotlie vnriiitu deparlinci'ts of trade; fenmomhtp,
both plain and oriiamvutal ; Cvm'neretal law. Jita'ie ,
maticfi. Xarintivn Ctrit rjiffliiccrlnf;, Urania. I ban.
ogeirphy. and .Voaern t.avjrite-ges. I
TtbSvstcm or l.ssi r.of Tto-i Is p' collar : no lasses or
set lessons are made u-e of, but each student is I aim lit
Individually, soth.it he may rommenceat any time, ami
attend at wbat"ver hours are inosteonvuiiieiit.
Oataioouks ureisue,l annually after the 15lh of April
coutuiiiing nanus of the student. for the year, and full
particulars ofterui'.&e., and may bu obtained at any
time by adilresing the Principal.
Is Patunsivi: AeeotfMona'.ONs, tridc-tprrad reputation
and the lenxthn nperieam rfthe Principal, this 1 muta
tion oilers tai'llitics superior toany otlierm the coun
try, foryottug men wil ins topreparo for business,
and toolitaiu at the same tune a mi't.oMi, lehirh irill
prire a recommendation lor mem tliein to any .nercaau-
tile HOIIaO. .
t.'7-CiinKNneN'H ccrirs of Treatises on ltons.-KKi-.r-inu,
now noro widelycirciilatedtlnn any other work
on tho aubjeit, aro lor saw ut tnu Loiiege..
S. IIOIIOES CU1TTUN1IEN,
Jan. 23-1SG2 i:m.
NATIOXAL COM-UEIUIAL COLLEGES
s.E.ccnvi:iirni ami chestnut sts
AViy York City, llrooklyn, Albany, Troy
IhiJJ'alo. Detroit, Cltvelttnd, Chicago,
and Si'. Louii.
Hook-keeping, Penmanship, CnuimorclattArithiueili
Coiiimcrrial Law, Perms, Coirespoudeucc, vc. piact
These Colleges being under the tame general and lo
cal uiatiageniuit, nml iinitiiu.' iu each the advantage
of all, oti'er greater facilities for imparting iustruci l
than any other similar institution iu the country.
A Scholarship issued by uuy nun is go id iu all I'd u
The PliilailelphlaCollego has been recently enlni t
ami refurnished in a superior manner, and is iiowfl I
largest and most prosperous Commercial Institution ,e
Ilrynnt fc Slratmn'o reries of Text Hooks, embrnc
llonk-kci'iiiug, t'omiiieri i ul A rit lr luetic, and Couiiucr
I.uw, for sale, and sent by mall.
if Por full particulars aend for a circular,
October S, lrb2- 12m.
on, Wilson Kcandloss, Judge of tho United States
Circuit Court, President.
Corner t'eun and St. Clcir Sttci t, PITTSIIUItfill, PA
THE I.AltUP.ST, Cl APEe'T AND 1IEST.
i ?35.CO p iys foru fit I Cuinmcrcial Course.
p.3' No uxtra tluiges for ll.iuufatturers, Steamboat,
Uailrnad and Hank llnnk-Keepiug,
.Ministers' sons ut half price Studenta enter and re
view ul any time,.
'Jlila institution is (initiated hy experienced Teach
, era uud prm Ileal Accountants, who prepare young men
for active business, at tho least expense nml shortest
tune, for the most lucrative and lespousiblu Munitions.
Diplomas granted lur merit only. Hence the universal
preference for graduates of this college, by husluers
I Prof. A, COWLEY, the best Penman in tho Union,
who holds the largest number of first premiums, and
' ovi r all Lompi tilors, tea, lies rapid business w riling,
Por specimens of Peiiiuaiishlp, and Cntaloguo con
talutug full iiiforiui.tioii, enclose twenty-tlve ei nts tu
JENKINS & SMITH. Principals.
I Ks Alteiid wm r" the Suns ami Clerks of lluainesa
Men and lluukeri l i i.litate,
Airtl 111, lc.v-2-ly. April I, lt03.
WILLIAM G. PERRY,
:OOK-SELLEU, Stationer, Rook-
binders, lllauk book iminuf.icturcr. ami Dealer in
Importeil ami American stationery.
South West cor. 4th & lluco St Philadelphia,
Persona visiting the city, or sending orders will do
well to take a iiiuinoraiidum of thu ubuvu Address.
, The stock is large uud well assorted, JViera I.ou.
' I'lioiouiiAi'ii Albums, Selling from libels to 25 ciich.
TUo newest styles and largest assortment iu tlio (.'ily.
Will. U. J'l'iKUI, l'llDllblier,
a. v. cor. uu u u.ico airs,, riiiiaucipiua j
(Oppomtc Inaecnacmc Hall,)
CHESTNUT BTIIEET.HETWEKN l'll'TH iiSIXTII.
WVATT U liniLINUH.
Novtuiiicr 30, P'll 'Mauh n Idai
WAR PltlOHS OVER !
A niliu liaa Just received, and Is now opening n prime
VV slock of New Hoods from Hid Moslem Innrketa,
which will bo sold low for tash or produce.
MINTS nt 121, 1. nndSScoiila,
Hrown k Ulciiehcd Muslin,
nt CO, 25, 35, and 40 cents
Ik Laiiics, ( Italics, and Dress Goods, a
lull supply at 18, ilfl, ai, and uplo CO cts
LADIES' OPEHA (JLOTlt
A'bo, a fresh supply of
uuocnniiis, hp ices, ,j-c.
Aho, a tir"c lot of
; Qukp.nsw.viie. Cr.iiAHWAiti:. Hauiiwahc
Boo(s and Shoes ,
And nil kind of .Merchandise iisiiually kept In a cone"
t.'nit nun examine AO cliargofor showing (iouua.
May V, im,
JAMES H. SMlTHs
IMPOMTM .1X1) WllOLUSALV. I' EALV.lt
RIIANDIES, WINES, WHISKEYS;
(ll.S'iJ. AXIJ LIUl'OIH, (inXLUALLY.
So. 'MS Walnut Sis , biUutcn :i J- 4th
C. II. Ill'.WtV, Traveling Agent and ri.iU'siiinii,
(T7ORnrRs Itcsi-FCTHt.LV h-ouurtn.
Novi inbor 22, IftiJ. y.
lvte tol, n. n. joks,J
No. 11 ock Slveet, next door to tho
Poll Oflico, I'hihulolphia.
rphis well known estalillshmeiit maintains Its usun I
J. celebrity, and its well know u repuiatiuii of Lei u t
HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAf
fc'hall be Mitt, lined, lioom may bo had at all houis
pur night, 37 cents ; per week, 42 5'), per month, SIU,
Tho liar and Luting Departments are furnished wilt
the best of everything tli-j ninrkctiatt produce.
GAME, FRUIT, VEGETADLHS,
and delicacies uf every dime may be had at it luoiiic I
Veals at 12 cetila It nil upwards, and may liv had from
3 A. M. till 12atnigl-ti (ictilleiuen may ro as.iired
that.nu evpenso will bo Sared tu render this Hotel u
J. OTTENKIRK, l'ropr.
March 7. lFC:i-3m.
3 ,; 'SiP
A X I)
DEOil VTIVK ESTU5LI HM!T,
Ko, 125, South Eleventh Street near VJ jiut,
lliiiimoloil fJt.ua, rrt'bco, Oil aud Hiicati t-ti c l'aiuiiu
Jons (JlllinV, (j, II. (Jiof ix,
Jsmiiaiy 12, lHiil -:?m .
PI TURKS POn. ALIWM.
tlver til'.l ilitrerent tarictii a selling from "Sits to $15
Win. G. PEHRY, Publisher.
S. IV. Cor. lib & Unco Philadelphia
NVITE-t the nttentli n of every n ado
this paper, w bu Ii im hides iiiitnv tlious
unusually large ami b autifiil v.irity
AMERICAN and I.MPOUTEH WA'PCIII S. Cl.iil'KS
and clegani iL'iigus of JEwlll.llV. Silver Ware fcr
70S Market Strert, PHILADELI'HIA
Marili 7, I-OS- I2m
M'trlul 61., PhiladeUthvi
Pip.'s and fancy Articles.
larger! variety if Pipes, Tojs, lij-lieis an
l'ANUY (iOOIISTO IIP. I'OIJMI IN tHE CITY.
Plea- call ami E.uimne,
I'liiLKloljiliiii cfv Erin Rail IJiiimI.
This great line traiersi s the Norlhein ami Noitri
-."est comities, of Peutis tvaiua In the ni ofl'ue on
It has b'eii leased hv thn Peuiis) Ivaula ItailroaS
Company, and under tin ir auspices is In iniiidly
opeiieil throughout its i uiiie li ugih.
i it is now iu tise lor russcuger and rroiulit btisiuesa
,00111 llarrisburg to Driflw I (2d Poiknl77 miles on
i the Eastern Dhisioii. and Irion Siteliield to l.rK uu tho
i Western Division, (Tel miles.)
'It.MKUl l'AsSI-.NIli.I'. -UtAlftSAl NOI-l"HliMUKItl.NI)
Alail Train knves, lint (1511 .11.
Eiprcsa Train " " in 52 P ,11
1 .Mail " " Wu-t 4 2.1 "
I Express " " 2 52 A .11
Cars run tlirouah wiTii m mis- both ways on Hies)
trains Intweeii Philadelphia and Link Haven, and
ll.illiiuore and Lei k llavi n. New nii'l eleg nit Sleep
nig Cars iKroinjiauiug the Express Tram both ways
hctwei n Wiiiiamsport ami ll.iltiiiiuru, ami Illinois-
port nnd Phil.nklplii.i.
Por information respecting' Passenger business, up
ply nttlie S. E. Cor. I Ith ami Alaikct Sts.
Ami lor I'leight busioi -.sol' tlio Company's Agents
S. II. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th an I .Market Sts., I'll i IV
J. IV. Reynolds, Erie,
J .11. Drill, Age.nl N. C. tl: It., Ilaltlniorc.
11. II. Ilousloii, : .-u l. l'reiubt Agt . Philadelphia,
Lewis I.- Ilouiit, (i.-n'l. Ticki I Agt. Pliilatlelphia,
Joseph D. Pulls, tli n'l. AI.i linger. U lliliiliisp'Mt.
January 17, ieu3.
A DJIINISTRATOirS NOTICE
Estate of Falr'trh Tool, deceased
LETTERS of Adiiiinistralioii mi Hie Eslal, of Pat
rick Tool, late of t.i-ntr-' toinhip, I oiumbia io..
deceased, have been granted by the Itigister of Uoliim.
Ina ro to the undersign' d ull per-mis having claims
against the estatu of the deceu. lent are re iuetcd to
present them to the uudersigiieil, at his residence I I
.aid township, without dcliiy, iimliill iiersous indebted
tu make payment i'urtliwi.h.
CIIAULUSTOOL, Aim r.
-May 21, IsM.-r.w,
KG HAWSE HOTEL
ruiiLtu &iu.iiu:. wilkix-bjuiiik.
rj-iiKiiniierslgned, b iving taken this well known stand
1 (formerly of .M jii -r Puteibaiiglij, rc s.ecifiilly suln
its the patronage ol Hie pi, Idle,
No p. tins will be t-ptt il in .my of it pa tnteM tu
reiulur fntufaition lo all guest.' The 'I' WILL uud tlu
t!All will always be supplied u jib the
HE3T THE .11.1I1KP.T APPOIMIS.
Kv" Hood r'tablingfor llors-s nnd attentive Hostlers.
The "Exchange" is eligibly siluati-il on Hie Public
S'piare, nnd lias therefore peculiar advantages to per
tons unending Court or doing business m iho public
iilliecs. Charges uiolcrnle,
N.H. Whenever you conic lo town, please cull.
II. J. YAPLE,
. Wllkes-llarro, Nov. 15. lfcOS!
NEW JEUSEY LM)S FOIl SALE,
G A. 11 KEN AND FRUIT FAR.MS,
Hiiltublu for Crapes, Peaihes, Pears Iiaapberrtes,
Strewberriea, Hlnckbi rries, Cuui'iits, &r., uf I .,5
10 o-i 20 acres i.icli, iu the f, IhXvng r I.-- for the
present, via: 2tl acres tor ;'H), 10 tier for 81 III, f
acres for St O, 2J acres lor 810, 1 tier, lor 820, Paj ah'e
by one dollar a week.
Also, goo I Craubur) lauds, and village I its In Cheat
wuud. 23 by JtM feet, at $10 each, pnvnble by nna dul
larawock. The nbove liuid nml larius are iiuat'A
Chcatwood, Wiishingtiiii township, lliirliugton county
Now Jersey, Per further iiiforuiutloii, uppiy wall
P.O. Stamp, font circular, to
I!. IT. ANI5LIN ( I.MIK.
No. 1)0 Cedar Street. J.vw York, N V
Jail nary IT, 1-03.
LIGHT STREET, Oolumljia county, Tft
rrlin iimlcrslsned baa located nt tho abovn naii f.1'
i hotel, formerly occupied by Peter Schu,', and suljc
its a share of public patronage,
if Hood accommodations for man and beast. Tl
best kind of li'iuors nt the bar.
J. 1). ItlCE, Proprietor,
April 11. lfC3'
BUNDS AND SHADE.
0 J. WILLIAMS, No. Ill North Sixth street, Phil i
1 dolphin, i.iuutil'niiuiser of
Vnitiaia BSintis nnil W.iuIotv
IT7" Tin largest and finest nssnrlinent in the cltj "
Ihu luwvst prices, Hlluda lulnled nnd Irininied i"iinl
tuucw ntoru Shades inadvan.l Utl' icd
April I I r,-' lm