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"Bad r'cne mako Bad Melshbot."-OW Saying
' Boing a farmer, and living surrounded
ihy others of a like occupation, I hnvo been
enabled to sec and osperienco some of tbo
nunnlcnaant consequences and triala, as
1 woll-as pleasures and comforts, of tbo til
ler'of tbo soil. Hut I am led to conclude
that many ol tbo farmer's difficulties and
, vexations may bo attributed to his own
- .'carelessness and thoughtlessness. Ono
'great tonroo of loss and vexation in every
neighborhood arises from cattle, sheep and
'bogs breaking into tbo enclosures) and
eating and destroying the crops that the
fdrinor has been at so much labor and ex
pensd to raise. If tho stock performing
'these mischievous tricks aro his own, ho
Is apt to givo thorn a severe whipping (if
be can each fbem,) and then complain of
his ill luck and blighted prospects. If
'liioy belong to his neighbor, tho cohcb
'qucnecs often arc tho laming or other in
jury to tho depredators, harsh languago,
quarrelling, Jaivsuits, and penuancuco en
mity between neighbors, and unnecessary
broaking up of the pcaco of communities.
I am not surprised at this state of things
when I look around and sco how these
things aro brought about. A man clears
a piece of woods on the edge of his farm,
ho docs not think it worth while to put a
pormanent fencu around it, so he cuts
down a few bushes and trees around tho
edgoofit, and calls it a bush fence.
AVhilo tho leaves stay on and it can scarce
ly be seentbrough, it appears to be a se
cure protection to the crop, and perhaps it
answers tho purpose while tho first crop is
growing j but presantly tho leaves fall off
and tho brush rots or settles down, and
then holes or low places aro found, invit
ing the entrance of any animal that may
happen to be about; thoyat ouco destroy
the crop, and arc taught to scramble, and
jump and steal, whenever they have an
opportunity. Another is building a per
manent fence perhaps uses crooked rails
near the bottom, leaving the spaces too
wide between them, encouraging overy
hog to insert his nose and secure anything
that may be growing near, each time forc
ing his head further and further, till the
hole becomes largo enough for his en
trance ; or the rail is broken in tho at
tempt, when in he goes followed by all
grunters, groat and small, in the vicinity,
and tho result may be better imagined
than described. Another in putting uy a
worm fence is very careful to build it
closo and neat, but in setting tho stakes
don't but them deep enough in the ground,
and the first ttrong wind that rises, or
person that climbs over ; tho stakes fly
up, and tho riders, and probably half the
railes, fall down, leaving tho field open to
every depredator. Another has his fen.
ces strong aud close, and supposes every
thing secure, but allows weeds and bushes
to grow along them. Cattle arc thereby
induced to reach over or through them to
get a few bites, in doing which thu whole
weight of tho beast is thrown on the fence
to emable it to reach as far as possible
(and how few fences aro ablo to support
the weigLt of tt largo ox or cow,) down
comes tho fence and in walks tho animal,
tbns learning it to throw or break down
any barrier that may be plaoed between
it and a good feed, and making that best
to tho community, a brcachy beast.
In places where timbor is plentiful, log
fences are somotimes made, affording no
protection against sheep, who can easily
jump on to the logs and then down the
other side. Sometimes for tho least troub
le, a farmer will put 'lip a worm fence
made of green hard wood poles, those in
about four years will beeomo completely
rotten, exposing tho crops, aud making it
necessary to build a now fonco altogether.
Others lay out a garden patch, manure,
till, and plant it with tho greatest carc.sc
curing it with a good rail or board fence,
expecting to supply their table with its
delicacies. Everything seems to favor
their prospects when, lo! their own or
their neighbors chickens, turkejs, ducks,
or geese, walk (or rather fly) in and ap
propriate all to their own uso. Now it is
welll known that a picked fence 13 neces
sary to keep out fowls. 'J'heso aro a few
of tho many mistakes mtdo in enclosing
our grounds, by which wo suffer niuoh
loss and disappaintmcnt. Tho remedies
aro simple, Whether your fences are
brush, logs, Blab-worm, post and rail,
board, picket, brick, stone, osago, orange,
or any plant, s'eo that thoy aro of tho host
material of its class, close, high and
strong, with tho bushes aud, weeds kept
down near them. Let them be inspected
qvery year, not including thoy arc good
this season becauso they woro last ; re
pairing or building new ones before tho
old, ones aro weak enough to learn aci- j
mals bad tricks, Let theso things bo bet
ter attended to, and much loss will bo j
avoided to ourselves and noighbors'in time, !
wonoy and vexation,
Lay in a tjood supply of wood and coal
for tho coming cold weather.
Plough doop whilo sluggars sleep,
And you'll have corn to sell or keep.
FRESH ARRIVA 1,
a n ij I -a i
mi w 'Mi :m w i bjb w a
- r o n-
Tilt: undersigned, grateful for past patronage, tcspec
fully inform hlsmituuiors nml ttie imblicficncrnlly
Hint lie has Just received from tlio Easterns cities, til
largest nml most select stock nf
Fall and Winter
That has ysl been opened In Illoomsburg, l which he
Invites tho attention of hia friends, ami assures them
that they arc offered fur salo at great bargains. His
Block comprises a largo assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR1NO ArPAREL,
Consisting ol t'AsmoiABLB Drkss Coats, of nvcry das
crlptlon; I'anls. Vests, Shirts, Cravats Stscks, Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, &c,
Of cverydescrlptlon, fine nnd cheap.
N. 11. ItCIllomucr " i.ciff noerg s vnrap r.mporium,
call and sec. Nocltargo for cxamlng floods.
l) avi ii lowhn initn
nioa insbttrg, August 29. 16C:i. (June 1839 J
E. & II. T. ANTHONY,
M ASUPACTU 11 n'llS Ol' PHOTOGRAPHIC
Jl ATER1 ALS,
501 Broadway, New York.
Our Catalocua now embraces considerably over four
thousand different subjects (to Allien additions arc con
tinually being mailo) nf Portraits of Eminent Ameri
cans, etc., vlx t "S Mnjor-Gciicruls, 191) Rrig .Generals,
-'39 Colonels, M Llctit.-Coloncls, SO, other Olllccrs, 00
Navy Officers. 523 Statesmen, 137 Divines, 111! Authors,
30 Artists, lis! Stage, 40 Prominent Women, 147 Prom
inent foreign Portrait
2,500 dpics of Works of Art,
Including reproductions of the mot cclcbrnted Engra
vings, Paintings, Statues, ice. Catalogues sent on re
eclpt of stamp. An order for one dozen pictures from,
our Catalogue will bo 111 led on receipt of $l.fcu, nud
scut by mall, free. '
Ot theso wc manufacture a great variety, ranging In
price from 51) cents to S3U each
Our Albums have the reputation of being superior in
br.vity and durability to any others. Tho smaller
kinds can bo sent safely by mall at a postage of six
cents per oz. 'Ilia more expensive can bo sent by ex-
'"wonlso keep a lar0 asjnrtmcnt of Fterescopes and
Stcrescopic views. Our Catalogue of these will bj
sent to any address on receipt of stamp. 1!. it II. '1
Anthony, Manufacturers of Photographic .Materials
501 llroailway, New York
Friends or relatives of prominent military men will
confer a favor by sending us their likenesses tn copy.
They will bo kept caicfully olid returned uninjured.
1'ino Albums made to order fur congregations to pre
sent to their Pastor, or for other purposes, with suita
ble Inscriptions, tec.
August 'ii, lfc03-lini.
K011TH (liSTKAL RAILWAY.
Summer Time Tabic.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North an I
, West Hranch of tho Susquehanna, Elmlra, and ull of
Northern New York.
ON and after Monday, April 20th 1803' the Passenger
Trains of the Noilli Central Hallway villi arrive at
i and depart from Sunbury, Ilarrlsburg, and Baltimore
as follows, viz :
i Mail Train leaves Sunbury dally (except
, Sunday) 10,10 a.m.
' " leaves Ilarrlsburg, 115pin.
I " "arrives at llaltimore, 5.33 "
Exnrcss Train leaves Sunbury daily (except .
Sunday,) IL0, p. in,
" leaves Hnrrisbuig (fxeept
Monday,) 2 00 a. in,
" arrives at l'altimnro dally (ex
cept Momlay.) 0.15 "
Ilarrlsburg Accommodation leaves Ilarrls
burg. "" "
NOP. Til W A II D,
Mail Train leaves Baltimore daily (except
" leaves Ilarrlsburg p. '" I
" nrrives ill Sunbury. 4.03 "
Express Trains Baltimore daily, V.1S "
' arrives at Ilarrlsburg, 1.35 a. ill
leaves llarrlsburg(oxcept Monday) 3.00 " ;
arrives ai siinnury. o.jo -
Tor further Information opplv at the Office.
llnrrisburg, Aug. P, 18G3.
CHITON'S CHEAP HAT STORE
Another Arrival or2ools.
.Now is Your Time lo Buy.
i now si: Li, canAPim than nvr.u,
rpun undersigned having buught out tho Grocery o
I Ilaiil Strouu, has removed his llat nnd Cnp Store
up to Stroup's old stand
rlor assortment of
where in addition to u supe-
Sl'KlXG ASD SU3L11ER
rials aud Caps, fgif
Comprising every sort, size and quality, which will bo
sold nt unusually low prices, he will continue tho Gro
cery and Notion business as carried on by .Mr. Stronp,
Also-A fine lot of KID4. MOllOt KOS and I.isinosIo
which he invites the nt cmion of Shoemakers .ind tho
JOHN K GIRTON,
Illoomsburg, May "0, 1EC3
TIIU undersigned Informs the citizens of nionm.
and neighborhood, that ho has taken the larg-e room
nt the Uxchungo lllock, extending oyer Pnrnoy Slnhner
llakcry, ami tho llookstoro where ho has put in
a largo Skyllpl t. It is only by Skylight that good pic
tures can beti Jen especially groups whero each person
can he taker tsi as wi ll ns separate.
lie has eon to considerable cxnenso to mako his ix
tablUhuicnt first class onr, nnd ho th"refnro solicits a
liberal patro igo to enable him, to constantly introduce
tluimode i improvements nf the art.
D5 Coud -y produco taken in T.xchiingo for pictures
IILi.M'.X Ji"JBIJ.&t Ui;ii,
niooinibarg, Nov. S3 1801, Nov. 0 "32
(Late White Swan,)
RACE STREET, ABOVU THIRD
D. 0. sSIEGIUStT PnorniETon.
Formerly foin En&lc Hotel Lebanon, Pa
T. V. Itl'lOADS, Cierk,
March 21), lt!o3 I'.'m.
STILZ & IIAUTLKY,
Consolidation Hank Huildiiig,
32!) North Third St.ccl between Vine cj
Callowiull, PHIL A D U I. ? II I A.
Juno SO, lSC3-Iy,
JOHN C. YE AG Ell,
MANUrACTUKi:U it WIIOLIISAMJ DRALCIt l.V
STIIAW GOODS, IJONNETS AND
No. 257 North Third Street, Phila'd.
Nov, S3, 16fi'.
A N I)
DERATIVE USTA DLUIHIEX'V,
No, 125, South Eleventh SIroct near V7 AM,
Knamoled Glass, l'rcsco, OH nnd Encaustic Painlin
Joux Ginsox. tl. JI.GiacaK.
January IS, ItiGl 3m,.
WILLIAM G. PE11KY,
OOK-SELLEIl, Stntionor, Book
binders, lllauk book manufacturer, nnd Dealer in
Importad ana Anierlcui stationery.
Couth West cor. 4th & Kuco rlt Philadelphia.
Persons visiting the cily, or sending orders will do
well to taken memorandum of the above Address.
The stock is large and well assorted, l'ricit Low.
l'liorooturn Ataosis, Helling frnm liUctsto23 each,
The new est styles and largest assortment in Jhe City,
Wm. U. PUUIIY, Piihlishur,
S, W, cor, 1th & Race itrs., l'hiladelphlj
m w 'Mi swi w i a so iipi 'Sfau
0OMMO1SE! COME ALL? I
J ILL rsposo to salt) rvery tiny this
Tall and Winter, (utiilnvi cxecntcdA a Inrto
and Well selected nssoitmcnt of
Anuricnii French and English (Joods,
Just from the I'nstern innrkcts. Plain Dins Goods aro
the latest fashion, such ns Cashmere Merinos, I'll lo
Mohair Silk I'lnish, Alpaccns f all shades
DE LA INS at 18, 22, Sfl, !)1 nnd H5 cU.
OALICOES from 18 to 125 cents.
SHAWLS ai,t, wooij, long fc
fjqnaro, at prioss to suit
NUBIAS AND WOOL HOODS
OF EVERY DESCKIFMOX.
Cloths, Cassimcrs and Joans, for Men nnd
Hoys wear, cheap. Dailies' Collars, Cuffs, Sleeves,
Head Nets, and dress trimmings.
lllcachal awl Unbleached Muslins,
will be sold nt n very small ndvnnec.
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidering Urnids, &
small wares in great variety,
Linen Carpet Chain
and cotton yarn.
Boots and Shoes,
Ladles' palters, toilet slippers, children's gaiters and
shoes, nlid n largo stock to select from at all
prices. Trnnlts nnd oil cloth satchels,
Uuccuswaro aud Hardware,
$ H & U E ,R, R A a
TOBACCO AND SUGARS,
at low prices, and In fact almost everything In my lino
that innv bo called for, ns I Invo purchased n much lar
ger stock of goo Is than Usual, nnd am dotcriuineil to
sell them nt very small profits, for ready pay.
Ladies will And it to their ndvantngu to buy their
Dress Good at this establishment, ns I will prcsen. to
every l.ncly customer, who may ilesiro it, one of Mad
aino Dumurcsl's Intest sleeve patterns. Call and sco
tho Mirror or fashion, ust published, with lull nnd
reliab'o description of the latest l'arls fashions.
Illoomsburg, Sept. 20. 1M3.
First Great Arrival.
SPUING GOODS IN OKANGnVIIil.n,
Tho undersigned, ha, Just replenished his Sloro
House In Oraugcvillc, with n well-selected nsssrotmcnt
f SPUING & SUMMER GOOHS
Consisting in part of Cloths, Silks, Muslins, (msl
nicre,(llngh.iiu, (Tallcocs. Shawls, Hosieries, Carpels
and Lames' I'AxrY Dats-i Gonn, generally, from J'JJ to
Toctsund Prints from i- to'JIcts.
HEADY' MAD IS CLOTIMG.
Mats, Hoots ic Shoes .Mackerel Molaasses, Sugar !c
With all other nrtilcs. usually ki nt In country Pt res,
lo which he invites thuearly nltoiillon of old and lew
customers. Having been nt thn Cilv In the right line
bought low nnd paid cash-he will be able to com icto
with the boI, ami sell for small profits and pre opt
pay. Ills frkinl. nri invited to pop In and see '.Vie
Grnrgovillo, May 2, ie03.-3m
Litest ttile lowest prices.
Jt'TIlccclved a new assortment nf latest styles of
Wall L'tqicr i miuding Bardcring',
and ( riling
Paper, and n gcncrnl vnrictv of materia! in his line,
which will he found on Ilia HKCONI) I'l.OO inniedl
atcly over tin store of .Mr. I. T Sliarplcss, eutrniicc
one doi.r east of J.utzoH Drug Mere in the liupert
lllock, whercall persons wishing goods in his lino
will be attended to, in person' at at oil times.
Caif" Piiar Janginp (xecuted to order
and best slide, at short wticc.
" II. J, THORNTON,
niojmobarg. May 9, lSC3-3ai
PUBLIC SQUARE, mLKKS-B.lllRl'., JVJ.
Tnnunt'erslgned, havingtnkenthis well-known stand
(formerly of .Major futerhaiigh), rcbpeclfully solio
its tlie'iatronago of the public.
No pains will be spared In any of Its departments, to
render sntlfaitlon to all guest. Tho TAUI.U and tho
I: A It will always ho supplied with tho
UC3-T THE MARKET APTORDS.
O" Good Stabling for Horses ami attentive Hostlers
The "I'.xchanec" is ol i -i 1,1 v situated on tho Public
Square, aud has therefore peculiar advantages to per
sons attending Court or doing business in the public
cilices. Charges moderate,
N. II. Whenever you come to town, please call,
II. J. YAPLE.
Wilkes-llarro. Nov. IS. 1SC2!
Ihw Lost ! Hew R( stored ! .'
Just publWiad In a scaled Envelope: Price 0,ts.
A Ledum on the Nature, Treatment, and Unheal
Cure of .-'peruiiitorrlKca or Seminal Weakness,
Sexuol Dnhilily, Nervousness, nnd Invnluntur Emis
sions, inducing Impotency, Consumption, nud Mental
Physical Debility, by Robert J. Culvorwvll, M. V.
The important fact that Ilia awful conscpicm es of
self-abifs may be etfjiiuully removed without internal
medicines or tho dnngerous npptieation of caustics, in
struments, medical hougi 's, aud oilier empirical ded
ces, Is hero clearly demonstrated, nnd the entiri ly mw
ami highly successful treatment as udol'ted by tlu cel.
cbratfil author, fully explained, by menus of which
every one is enabled lo cure himself perfectly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the ndver
tlsed nostrums of the day, This lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands,
ciias.-.i. ;. ki.im;, & uo:
137 llroailway, Kcw Yorlt, Post Office box, A.rr.0.
ug, 13. ISG3. (Nov, 1, le'OS,
NEW JERSEY L1KDS FOR SALE,
GARDEN AND FllUIT FARMS,
S il 1 til fit ; for Grapos, reaches, Pcnrs, Raspberries,
Strewberries, lilackherries, Curront., &c, of I, Si 5,
11) oa SI) neres each, a, the following prices for tho
present, via: SU neres lor SJlll), 10 acres for $1 ID, 5
acres for Sl.0, St acres for tu, 1 acre for $21). Payable
by one dollar n week.
Also, good Crnnbury lands, and village lots in Cheat
wood. Si by luo feet, at S1U each, payable by ono del
laraweck. The above land nnd farms, are situate n
Cheat wood, Washington township, llurlingtnn county
New Jersey, I'or further information, apply, with
P. O. Stamp, forn circular, to .
11. TRANKLIN CLARK,
No. po Cedar Street, New York, K. Y.
January 17, 1-!IS3.
II. O. II O W E 11,
Rl'SPECJTULLY offers his profess
ional services tothd Indies and gentle
men of llloomelmrg and vicinity. Ho is
nrenared to attend to nil thn vnrlnnu
operations in the lino of Ills profession, and is provided
w ilh Ihe latest improved POUCrjJIlA TlWJl; w hicli
will beniM rted on gold, plntiua, silver and rubber base
tolookwell as the natural teeth
Mineral plute nnd block teeth manufactured and all
operations on teeth, carefully ami properly attended to.
Residence uud office u lew doors abovo the Court
House, same sido.
Uloomsburg, JuncG, l.-KI,
STOVE AND TINMVAItE SHOP.
j, 'pill! undersigned would inform the tltizuiisor
,223 I Illoomsburg and vicinity, that ho hasj.ist o
jSaSt o'ved and offers for salo ono of the most i-xtt-nslia
"CS4-.? assortments i.fCOOKlXGand I'AN' Y STOVES
over introduced into this market. Tho Christopher Ct
uiiibu, James Itobband Globe urn among Hi fiit , s
cnokiiig Stoves.nll of which arc alr-tiglitaiitlgnsburne!
Ills t'nrltir -toVf'R nr, litilnliirmiA nn.l tl,n jw, ...
ried. AL() Particular attention is p.iiil to Tiu-Wnn
and House Hpoutuig. upon short nntici . ;MI Minis (r
repairing will be douo with neatness anil despatch.
E" Country produce Inkcn in exchange for work,
I'HILIP S. MOVER.
Illoomsburg. May 10, 18GS.
(Opposite JnutcwivntL Hall,)
chestnut sti:i:i:t,hetwi:i;n rnTii&siXTii,
WVAT'J' U liniJI.lNGS,
November 30, 1801. f. March 111. IrW
LIGHT STREET, Ooluiiil.i.t county, Fr
'rllE undersigned bus located nt the above nam'
J hotel, formerly occupied hy Teter Bchug, and solf.-
us u sumo oi puoiic paironae.
GOOd l,fCltJlll.ml.iltutiM I'or liltttl nitil Itonaf Tl
best kind of liquors at the bar,
J. D. RICE, Proprietor.
April 11, IF03-
Attorney at Law,
Office: M the Exchange Hotel, Main it.
Iter rf in to lion Jobu Walls J.cwisburg. Pa.
" William Cameron, President of tho LTTwisbuig Hank,
J U Tucker, Tresident nf the NoithumberlahoT Rank
Bloeraiburs, June ST, 1603. ly.
rpillfl INSTITUTION Ir ndcrthe sole marigom
I nud direction of 1'rof. I). W, 1,'iWKtl., so lo P
nr.wirjiMTotfco.v 'tr.nci.iL cour.on.
Tho coiirsoof Instruction -mhraces all the requisites
of a thorough practical h illness education, nnd has
lieert lately extended hy Hi Introduction of an Attn it
llusliioss Course, In Mulch In- Hlitrli-nl engages In llm
rejular routine ol limine - iinnsaillnns, exemplified
nnd fninlliariiteil by mean "I n stor.", (In which the
urine lutinnii of buying ; nl selling goods is carried
on uy each Ptinlent.) nnd dness Olllccs. vht
of Issue and Deposit, lie
rnsi uuire, reiegrapu, '
The Proprietor has
I notlmo or expensa In inn
thorough and comnlctn of
finvnvnrttrn.rtMl-.il ..ttl.tlA ...t trf. fit I It, ft m.
sured that after having been hlmselfengaged In actual
oiisuirss, nnn un.ing nail many years' rxpcrtenre in
teaching tho 5clnro of Accounts, nnd being aided hy
n full and efilcelent corps of teachers, ho will bo en
bleil to mako thorough and successful graduates of all
Who may placo themselves under his charge,
In this essential branch of a Imslns education no
College offers better facilities to the learner. 'J'ho
Speuccrlan system will lu taught III all Its varieties by
thu most skillful masters of tho nil. Specimen of
Writing from this Institution have received the highest
CNCounuins from the press,
I'or general information, terms, he. ml.lrcss for Col.
lege Monthly, which will bo mailed free; rnr speci
mens of Penmanship, enclose two three cent stamps.
Address D. W I.OWIil.1,, Principal,
I uwell's Commercial College, lllnghaiiiton, N. Y.
P. 3.-One nf Hitter & Duncan's No. 1 highly finished
fine, perfect point. ' 1 1 1 1 1 spring Gold l'l'iis, uitli holder
and enso, warratitod for ono )rar nnd to suit, will be
sent, fren of charae to nnv ono who will remit S3, 50 to
I the nbovo nddress.
Dctohet n, 1803 y.
NATIONAL COaLUElUlAL COLLEGES
S.n.CCIlNi:R7TII AND CHESTNUT STS'
New York City, Brooklyn, Albany, Troy
Buffalo. Detroit, CH'tund, Chicago,
and Si. Louis.
Hook-kccpIng, IVnmanshlp. Commercial Arltlinatk
Commercial Law, Terms, Correspondence, A.c, pinct
Theso Colleges being under tho same general nnd lo
cnl management, nnd uniting In each tho udvnntago
nf all, offer greater facilities for Importing liistruc', J
than anv other similar Institution in the country.
A Scholarship issued by any one isgojd in ull fc 1 n
Thn Philadelphia College has been recently cnlaii
and refurnished in u superior manner, and istinwfl I
largest and most prosperous Commercial Institution ,t
I llrjnnt & Slrnttnn's si ries nf Text Hooks, cnibrac
1 Ilonk-kcrplng, Cnminercial Arithmetic, unci Comiuer
i.aw. lor sale, and sent hy mall.
C-T" I'or full particulars send fur nctrcular.
October If, ItHi'i- PJin.
Hon. Wilson IvTcOandless, Judge of the United States
Circuit Court, President.
Corner Pcnn nnd St. Clair Street, PITTSBURGH, PA
THE LARGEST, CIIAPEST AND IIEST.
$35.00 pays forn fil l Commercial Course. .
n 5- No extra thaiges frj Mnuufucturt'rs. Steamboat,
Railroad and Hank llnnk-K'eeping,
Ministers' sons at half price. Students enter and re
view at any time.
'i his institution is conducted by experienced Teach
ers and prarllral Acco'iiitants, who prepare young men
for active business, ut Hits If list expense nnd shortest,
time, for the mot lucrative uud responsible ltuntlous,
Diplonias granted for merit only, ileure the universal
preference for graduates of this college, by busiuess
Prof. A. COWLEY, the best Penman in thu Union,
who holds the largest number of first premiums, uud
overallcouipetitors, teat lies rapid business writing,
Tor specimens of Penmanship, and t'nttiloguu eon
tnlmug full information, enclose twenty-live cents to
JCNKIN & SMITH. Principals.
C7" Attend where thu Sons and Clerks of Ilusiuess
Men and Hankers graduate.
April 1U, IrUS-ly. April I, 1BC3.
V U'.TSl If'CVS
a HE unilerflgn,'trit nrso extensively cningea In the
1'iitlcrtal.in'r Business, and keepsconst.intly nn hand
nd for salo at his Wareroonis, a largo assortment of
FINISHED 33) COFFINS,
Ry wlilch ho is enabled to till orders on presentation
Also Keeps a good llorso and Hearse, anil will ut al
times bo icady to attend l'unereli.
SIMON' C. SII1VE.
Rlooiusburg, January 23. 1550
nnlll! subscriber ha Just returned from Iho Cities
J with another largo and select assortmet of
Sl'iill2J IMU KtlliiiCtU'a 4srn(ilS, j
purchased at Philadelphia, nt tho lowest figure, nn.l
which thoy nro determined 10 sell on ns moderate terms
ns can ho procured elscwheru in Illoomsburg. His
ctt.t IV ctlllllTISIIS
uivilv Dith.ss noons,
of choicest styles nnd latest fashion.
vitr noons, .i.vi niwCKitu:s,
niuDii' tin: tiui:r.A'i',iitK,
CF.D.nt ir.utr., uot.i.oii' iwihk
iiioa; a'juls, huots a;- siiui.s
HATS ,y airs. He , tfc., .yc,
In short everything usually kept In country Stores
o wlih h ho Invito Hie pulillo generally.
The Highest price paid for (ountry produce.
S 11. MILLEIt.
Illoomsburg, April 13, 1FCJ.
LATE roc, R, B. JONES,J
No, 77 Dock Street, next door to tho
Poft Office, Philadelphia.
'phis well known estublishmeiit inaiut iins its usual
i celebrity, and its well miuwii repuiutioii of Li: inu
HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PL AN
i-hall bo sustained. Room- may bo had at nil hours
pur night, 117 cents j per week, ii in, per month, SID
The liar and Luting Departments are furnished wilt
tho best of everything tho inuikctran produco.
GAME, FRUIT, VEGETABLES,
and delicacies of every cliiuciuay be had nt a tnoiiiu t's
Ilealsnt 12 cents and upwards, and may bo had from
o A. .11. till IJatiilgl't, (ienilemcii may rest ns.ured
that no cxpenso will bo spared to render this Hotel a
J. OTTEXKIltK, Propr.
March 7. ltfOa-Sin,
rPIIE fitibscriber has just received a lot
JL Hosiery Trimmings uml New Hoods, such as
s is ip ix v ai a
SRM'ASS WO 0)i j;
AND OTHER NOTlOXrJ,
Sy Wheeler Ic. Wilson's Sewing Machines for sale,
Also Sunday Pchnnl Hooks and Jlibles,
Also-SIrs, Allen's Hair Restorer, which will give to
gray its natural color,
a, i). wnnn,
Neit Door below Court House,
Bloomiburg, May 30, UQ3.
irn (--- wr nsWT tl3u Irt
v isVM fiafif i&irJBf,
& 0 0 m
IF OV WAM' TO BUY YOU It
Cheap Spring Goods,
I'rrasy'sto re, in Llphl trcct, Pa.
A),!; KIKBS OF GOODS I
Salt, . Uacon,
Paint?, (Src, &e.
Yn nddlllnrl to our large clock of Dry Goods, wc have
flnrso mid full assortment of Ken.lv Mndo Clothing
nor won nnd Hoys wear which wo arc determined to
sen cticaper ill in can no nougui cisowiicrc, uan nuu
see, and Judge for yoursehes.
H. W, CREASY tc CO.
Light Street, March 1, 1PCH.
L1UGE ARRIVAL OF
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
l.V t.taUT STllEF.T, COl.UMUI.t COVATV, V.I,
rjAS Jut received from Philadelphia, nud Is now
1 1 opcnlngjil the old stand lite y occupied by , Marts
& lint, a splendid assortment of
M HK- fM -MMM IS Ihj
which will be sold cheap lor
UAPII OR OOUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ills slnckcnuslslsnf Ladles Dress Goods choicest styles
nn.l latest fashions
READY MADE .LOTIITNG.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In slion wpcry till its miMi Uci in n country ptora
'J'hc natronayo oft'M fnuiuls, nml the public ucncral
ly, i re-pccirully nn icitfil.
'i no nignosi uiarKti jirico pan. nircounirv prowice.
IslRlit Strort, May 30. ln.
FOll EVERY BODY.
TERMS CASH OR PRODUCE.
Just come to C nnd W Kreamer's Ftore, In Jersey
town, Pa. where you willtlnd all kinds of Dry Goods:
Ladies Dress Goods,
llsiscry, fjliawls etc.
Fish, Meat, Salt,
Flour, Tobacco Segars,
Hat, Caps, Boots, & Shoes,
IRON AND NAII.S.
In short, everything Hint Is generally kept lna coun
t ry store.
Wc w III sell you goods nt fair rrices and take all
Muds of produce ns pay sin h as Putter, Et-pg, Otiiiii,
Lumber. Shingles, (ink plauk.uiid in fact anything thai
anybody ilso will buy and sell asilaup as tan ho sold
iu the country. We w ill not bj undersold by Jew or
Come then ono and all, judge for your -
solves. Isrinn your trade, but don't a-Ic
C i. IV KREA.1IER.
Jcrscyton-n, MnyS, ltG3.
THE UW GiiiiCERY SToHE.
MOIIE FRESH GOODS.
Just 'cccivcd at Erasmus' New Store.
MaTS and Gaps,
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together witlt n great variety of notions and electa
las, Ion numerous to mention.
(C?-Uutlcr. Eggs, Meat and produeo generally taken
In exchange fur goods,
A. II, er'assius,
Illoomsburg, May 0, 18tin,
FANCY FURS ! FANCY FUllS ! !
718 Aich Street, bolow 8th,
EOUth Side, PlIILADELl'IlIA,
Importer, Manufacturer of
and Dealer in all kinds of
rS fni- T.mlii'' ni.,1 nitll.lt.At,'
I wish to return uiv thanks to tuv friends of Colum
bia and tho surrounding i ouiities, for ihcir very liberal
patroungo extouded to mo during tho la.t fow years,
ami would sayto them that I now h.ive in lore, of my
own importation nnd manufacture u very extensive as
sortment of ull thu dilleront kinds uud qualities of
1'akcy I'urs for Ladies and Children, that will be worn
during Iho Pull and U Inter seasons.
Ileiiigtho direct Importer of all my Purs from L'u
rope, nud having them nil manufactured under my own
supervision enables mo to nller my customers and the
public a much handsomer Hi t of i'urs for the sumo
money. Ladies please give mo a cnll hefnru purchas
ing I Plcaio remember tho name, number uud street,
Nn. 719 Anctt SntttT, PiiiciDiU'iiu,
Sept, 12, 16C3.-5nios.
JAMES H. SMlTHj
i.vroiaT.11 aa'd mioLi:s.iLi: Diwtw.it
BRANDIES, WINES, WHISKEYS,
GIN'S, ANDLIOUORS, liRN'UIt AI.I.V.
No, 338 Walnut Sis., bclivecn Sd .J- ith
C, II. HRNRV, Traveling Agent and HuUsman,
IE" Orders RcsrccTrcilY HoiieiTtB.
KOTIislxr 3i, I SOS. jr.
All who have friends and Relatives In tho Army or
Nnvy shoiildtakB cispeeialcaro that they boamply sup
plied u Ilh these Pills nnd Ointment j nnd where' the
brave Rtilillers nnd ttallnrs have neglected to provide
themselves w Ith lliein, tin better pr. sent can (in sent
them by their friends, They have been ptoved to bo
the Polillcr's never falling friend In the hour of need,
COUGHS AND COLDS AITIICTI.VO TROOrS,
Will bo specdly relieved nnd riTi-ittially cured by
using these ndmlrublc medicines, nud by paying proper
attention to tho Directions which are attached to each
Pot or llox.
HICK IIUAD U'lll'.S AND WAXT or AP ETITE,
INCIDENTAL TO SOLDIERS.
'I hoso feeling which so sadden us usually nrlscfrom
trouble or nnnoyaucs. nbstriuted pets pir.illnu, or cnt
Ingand drinking whatc(r Is unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the healthful action of tho liver nml stomach
These organ must be ri lleved, if J on desirj to bo well
'I he Pills, taken according to the printed lusrluCtlons,
will quickly prod-ice n h.'iiltliy action In both liver and
stomach, ami, as a natural cutictuucs.ee, a clear head
and good appetite.
WUAKNESSOR DI'.ltll.ll'Y INDUCED UY OVIJll
Will Soon disappear by 111." itsoof theso Invitltinbln
Pills, nnd the Soldier Mill quickly ncqtilio nddilional
strengtli. Never let the llotvels he either conllilpil or
unduly acted upon. It may seem strung, that Ilol
il t.t.ij Ftt-i.t i,uiii;rc, in., lit, t-
be recommended lor Dysentery
ions supposing Hint Ihey would
lowav'a I'll I it should be recommended lor
nml flux, many persons supposing that Ihey
iucp ai' Hi.-r. I.txatlon. This Is n great mistake, for
these Pills will correct the liver and stumnth, and (hits
remove all tho acrid Humors liolii thu system. This
medicine will give tnno unit Igor to th wholu organic
system, lion ever deranged, whil hi-itllli mi. I strength
follow us n malt.fr of course. Nothing will stop tho r"
laxutiun oftha Pones to euro ai this famous medi
VOLUNTEERS, ATTENTION I INDISCRETION'S 01'
Soros nnd Ulcer, lllotclms nn.l Swellings, can with .
certainty bo radically cured, If tbo Pills are Liken night 1
and morning,' mi l Ointmt lit be Ir - c ly used ns stated in
llm printed instruction-. If treated In any Ihcr man.
ner. til" dry up in cue part tobreuk out in another
Mh' niis this Ointment will remove tli: humors Irom
the sy teiu.und lem e the Put! 'ill a igoi ous mid healthy i
man. It w III r 'quirc n liltlu pi rscvcrnmu In bad ca
sus to innim a l islfUg cure.
Poll WOUNDS P.li'tlHR OCCASIONED I1Y TUP, ,
IIAYONCT. SAItltl , Oil Till: UULLUr, eOSHJ I
To which every Soldier and nllf rare liable, thero
ars no m 'diuus so safe sure, and convenient, lis Ilol.
lowny'rt Pillsaiid Ointment. 'I Ik wounded an I ulnintt
dying sUll'rcr niiglil have Ills wnuuuit diessed immn
(ll.iti ly, Iflie would only providJ Iiimsi If wfth thl
matchless ointment, w huh should be thrust iuiotho
wcuiiil nn.l smeared all 10 Hid it, then eovereil with a
piece of linen from his knaps'e k and compressed with
u hnmlkcrihUT Talking, night and morning, liorS
Pills, tu cool the sy, lem and Prevent Intlamatlon,
Evt iy Soldier's Knap-nek nml St'inuan's Cheat slnniU
b8 pro idctl w Ith three vuluabl Iti-ui II. -i.
CAUTION! None nre genuine mil ss the ivnr.Ii
lllnllowa s. New York nn.l London '' are discernablo
in n Wutur-murk in every leaf nf Ihe bunk of tlirettloiM
nrouutl racli pot or box ; Ihesn.tit- may plitiuly s-enhy
holding the leaf to tli-- light. A handsom i.'war.l will
bo given to uuy ouo reudoring s'irh iuformniioii as tuny
lend lo tin-deter tloii of atiy t-arty or putties eounti r
feitlHg the in", Urines or volutins thu same, knowing
them to b spurious.
aolJal mannf.ictory ot Professor Holloway, 80
Mialeu I. nue. New York, nn.l by nil respt'cl.ible lirug
istsanil Dealers in Mi'.licine. tliroimhiiut the i ll.j,I
wo.-id. inboxes nti.'i cents, and (I each.
I heru Is considerable saving by taken the larger
N. Il.-Dlrcctlnns for the guidance ofp.itlents In everv
disorder are atilved to each box,
June ii), ieu:i.-y.
$100 REWARD! j
Fo:: A Medicine that will Cure !
COCa If, I.WI.VEYZJI, TICKUA'O I.YTiir. TIIhO.1T
inuiuri.vn-L'ocoir, on in ur.n: co.v
bUMl'l'llT. couans, .is ClUll K .is j
SOE'S fiOJJSH SALS AM.
Cvt'i- Five TlH;isaiiei ilollles
have been slid in its native tuwn, and not a single In
btituce of its f.tilur.1 is known.
We have, in our possession, any quantity of rertid-
,011-11, some ol lliein iroi.i-cmtui'iit pli irianc, who
j huv.i used it i n their practice, ami givi'ti it the pre-eu,i-I
nence over ai.y other ompouml. It does tint ,trv tin u
cough, hut loos u il. so in tu i-nabfa the tjuticul l.i ox-
jiectorite Iroi'ly. '1 wo or throu doses will iu uri.il-ly
cure HckluM iu the throat, A half hrttlo has often
conipleuly cured tin mini t
ami yrt. i!t upli it i? so ur nnd ppi'ily in it- nporntinn
it if pt'if' cllj lurmli ?, riijf (niri ly WHclfibiV. it U
M-ry ayrt'eul)!.' to tint taste, aiut muy uiimiuibttrcil
to ctiildreii t.f any a,jo,
ix uam-:s of cnoup
wo will gitarant' e u cure,
family sIkmIiI I, j withuiit it.
all, Ihe price being
if taken in srnson, Jin
It is within the roach of
ONLY 35 CENTS.
And if an Investment and thorough trial t-'oes not
"bin k up" tha ahoo statement, 'ho money will Im re
funded. Wo snv this UlluWlu.' its m.-riu. nml f..el eon.
! lldunt that one trial will secure for it n home in every
) Do not waste away with Coughing, when so small
I nil iiiesliii- lit will cure you. Il may he had of any re
spectable JrugiMsl iu town, who will furnish jou with
a circular of genuine n rlifiiales i.f cures it lias ui.nle
I C. ti. Cl.ARIC c Co.. Proprietors,
I , Nkw Havsn, Cr.
' tl"V At wh lesale, by Jnliiiston, Ilollow.n tCowth n,
!3 orlh fiixlh etn-Pt, Philadplphin, Pa. Tor sale by
Druggists iniity, louutry, and every wluru,
j Sept 'i lsuJ Gin
; THE GREAT
! A im!$m?', A Ml 1'rTf? ,'A fMtmT. . uvf
j .j-4-1 1 Liw u 1- k -i la l : 1 r v "vr i'j ,r ,P 1 i r
51 VCI!3i:V SIREI.T, MiWIOItK;
giuce its or?uiir,aliun. has cpent-i.t t. ,,n. ,..n in ,t,
history ot whtdesailing Tens in this country. 'Ihey
ua,u iiitiu't.tii'ii nit ir M'lecii, uis ot l eas, and
nro si Ring them nt not over two cent-. ( 0.'
Cents) per pound alu.vo cost, never do-
iaung trom the one price asic.l.
Another peculiarity of the Company is that Hair Tea
Taster not only devotes l.ls timu to the selection of
IheirT'ea as to 'juality, value, and particular styles
for particu'ar localities of country, but lie helps the Ten
buyer to ihnn-o out of Hi ir enormous stock such Teas
ns are be. t adopted to his particular wants, and not
only this but points out In him the host bargains.
It is easy to sco the incalculable advantage n Ten
i im, rr mis in niis I'siaiinsiiiiieni over nil others,
I If he is nnjuilgo ofTi a or the Murket, ifhis time is
I valuable ho has nil the beucilis of n well orgaiiiz.-'l sys
' lent of doing liu.iuess of immense capiti!, uf the judge
ment of ii professional Tea Pastei, and tho knowledgo
of superior salesman.
This i t.nbl. aall Tea buyers-no matter if ihey nre
thousands of miles from this market--lo purchase on us
good lenns hero ns the New Vork merchants,
Parties can order Tens nnd will be served hy us ns
I Well lis tllnllull tlll'V ,-.1ltif' tliiimf'lv.,e tit,it, ..,.. tn n,.t
j original packages true weights nud tares ; uud Hi,- Tens
urn v iirrauieii us represuicu,
we issitu a Price l.i-i of tho Company's) Teas, whlilt
will bo scut toall whu order it i comprising
Hyson, Young Hyson, Imperial Gun
powder Twankay and Skin.
OOLONC, HOtlL'HO.VG, OR AN'OE & II VSON PEKOE.
Japan Tea ol'evcjy description, eoloreil nnd uniolor
cd. This list has each kind of T- a divided lulu lour
Classes, nam ly ; Cargo, huh Cargo, I'iuc, 1' litest that
evcri ma inny iiuJerstniid from description and the
piices annexed lliat Iho Cunijiany uro determl tied to
under-ill the wholc'l'd trade
Wu guarantee to sell nil our U'as at hot over two
cuts ( tlj rents) ner nnunil above cost, h -llei Im. ihta
tu ho attractive- to tho many whohuo heretofore been
pajing enormous prollts.
CLEAT A1IEH1CAN TE 1 COAU'ANV,
I'lfOIUCHs AND JondLRS,
No. 31 Vesey street, Now Vurk.
Pepl. I, lf03-3tuo.
Columbia County, Pcnna.
SLIAS DODSON) Proprielor.
'j'nkespleasiiro In aniiniinrlng lo the public that he
I has taken nud thoroughly ri lilted thu i'orks Hotel
fcrmi rly oecupiud hy Robert llageiibiuh, lllociusburg,
nud is prepared to accomodate travellers, teamsters,
drovers and boarders, IKs table will be, supplied with
best products tho markets nllbrd, uml his liar will bo
constaully furnish' d with the choicest liquors,
l! - A largo and commodious stable has been erected,
with acenvenieut stable attached. Atteniivo ostlers
willnlways be in attendance, nud hotrusts his obliging
nlttntioiilo customers will bccurohiui a liberal shiirotf
JV O si V. KAUilj
l'rlntei, llookliintlcr fi Hnnkbook
WllOLESUl: AND Its '. DEALCtllN
PIUM'INO, Wit 1 1 1 . ii WRAPPINQ TAPERS
AOtNl lOl'IlltCATAWISSA PAI'tn MII.I.S.
Main rltred first door below tho Public Bpunro,
i Ker.sJ, llii-itM,
economy is wealth
CI HE YOLU COUGH FOlt 1!) OENTS
The best ani cheapest Household rcmedu
mAdamk 'addc ronxKit'e
n?!.V, K'S5Ai)oo n.
TER'S Cufatlvo llalsnm I.
);fl"nn, ',1.f,,,,',, '""ding
in1 0 ,l"'-,tl". t cure I,,
tvi T "''"I". Cold,"
uiruni ntni Iitlng,
Madame ZAdoc porter's
nlsani Is prepared Willi all
tho requisite skill, from I
ceinhlnnlloiicifilio best rem.
cdlrs the vcgetubln klnadom
nlfords, Its remedial quail,
ties nrp bared oh Its pow'er
to nsslsl the henlthy clrcu.
lytlnn aftho blood, through
tho Lungs. It Is not a vlo.
lent remedy, but cntollcnt
wnrmliig, searching nnd elf
ecllvej can be taken by tin
oldest person or tho youne.
iMa.tamZadOe Portrr'a hut.
sain li.1i been In tlso by thn
..tiiiiu iur over ia years, and
las ncorircil Its present sals
impiy uy ueing rocoiutnen,
led bj those who have usej
tt to Hicir nfllicteil frlpn.i.'
Most Important. Maritime Station Porter's Curative
llnlaiii is sold nt a prleo which brings It In tlu rcacll
nf every ono to keep it convenient for uso, Thu time
ly use nfn slnglo bottle will prove lo bo worth led
timet g cost.
NOTICI'..-Pnvoyntir money! Do not bobcrsuadej
In purchase articles, at Is to 31 which do not coutalii
the virtues (,f a 1.1 cent bottt.) of .11 n Inino Porter's Cu
rutlvo linlsnm, thocost of inniiufactnrlng which is nt
great as almost any other nicdlclno; nnd tho very low
rrcce nt which ft is sold, makes ths protlt to tho sell
urappa. 'ntly small, nud uiiprluelp'ilod dealers wi,
anmt,llltin4 rpCOtll IllOtlil Other mrillrltln nn IkM.
- . ., .... ..., ,, , clr
profits nro larger, unless the customers Insist upon
Imvlnf Mndnmo Porter's and noiia other. Ask fuf
inuntuD rorier h i uraiivo iiaisnm price i;iccnts, and
n largo bottles nt Sj oe'.it, and tnko no other.
O Sold hy all lirugol-ts and Storekeeperc at I3cts.
ti,.'l in larger bottles nt i' cents.
HALL ft RUCKI.U, Pr prlulore, Now York,
January 21. 1803.
C It I T T E N DEN'S
VIUU I)Eh PH1A ( OiiliWEIimi,.
N. E. comet nj 1th an-t Chestnut Streets
Tun Institution, whicli was ttUHlihtd In 1314 nnj
is now consequently Iu the rixhtcctilh Har f its exist
etire, nliuihcrsnmong ils graduates, hundreds of tin
I lueslsuccessftll .llcrch.ints and llustnr ss Men of uur
Tun OnJFcr of the Institution is solely tunirordyeuiig
men facilities for thorough preparation fur busituss.
Tun IlRASr.iiES Tsi'mn nre, lli'olfktrp'n,', ns. applica
ble to tin various department of trade; I'cnmanship,
both plain and oriiai.i.'Utul i Cmmtrcial lam, Va(Ao.
vtatics, '.Yiirisrtiltott Civil Entrtucirtiip, Drattlng, Aon
vgtrphy, nttil .Modern Lniitfnvffcs.
Trp Uveti'.m or Instruction Is p-cullar i no classes or
net lesson nro made u o of. 1,-it each student Is taught
Individually, so that he may commence nt any time, and
attend at w h ilevt r h(urs'.-ire most eon vn lent.
Catai.oock arc Issued tinnnlhj after the 1.1th of April
containing nani.i nf tit studi-nts for tin year, and full
particulars of term, fce.. and may ho obtained at any
lime by mhlr 'sing the Print ipnl.
In Cxtc-i-ovi: AcrotMonT!nu wUc-tprrail reputation
nnd Iho lenffliii ripcrlcinc ff Ihe Principal, tills In-,titu
lion nn't' facilities superior touuy other In the conn,
try, foryoiliig men wl"I lug toprepnrn fur business,
nnd to obtain at the same lliuo a mrtoM v. vliltn ititt
prove a rttomn,tndalh for Ilium them to any Merckan
tvt'aiTENnifN trtt$ nf 'Trcnthfs on PnorcKctp.
isu. new noru witlelyrirc'iliit' ilthun any other work
on the subject, are for sal. at the College.
S. HODGEH CHITTCNDCN,
t Mlornty-at Lair,
, Jan. SJ-ISOJ 12m,
E V A N S & V ATS 0 N -
.If'is'DjlrV SALAIIAXDRIl SAFP.S,
Ifi ' lift liS'V-'iy MOVED to .Vo. Itl&rtA to
ffBf.K'i(TS '. PUMlpUa. have
Mi, w'kS?iaiftl and a large assortment of
larire assortment of Plr,
i uiei prom -saiamaii'ter ts.if s.
lso, iiou doors, fur hank un.1
, r.iji Vf-S-Si. stores, iron Hiult.-rs iron sash, all
r.-i-sT" frifc"Fm nialiLH of locks equal to any maiio
in tho United ?tnle
I'irc Stfc in vii e fir j.
tents in uoo'l conthlion.
Jill cane cut right; icith eof
Tin" sialauiaiiJer ,'iafjs
of 1'liila.leliihla against thi
EVANS & WAT-" ON,
have had the sniest d.-mnsirntlun in the fallowing c.
llflcat" that th 'ir iiiniiiif:i-tiirt of Salnmini'ler Hiifi-s I131
nt length I'nllv w arnmt.'d the r.'pr peiitiitions wliichhiivi
1. -en n.a.le (f ll as rendering ,m undoubted security
against the terrilic cl. iu. nt.
Phila S Iphin April li. I;J1
fVetrrt r.eans Walton: ;ent,"iueii - It nirortl us
the highest satisfaction to state to yon. that owing t.r
111" veiy pri tective qimtiti st.fuvo of tho Salamander,
Safes wlmh we pun lias d t.l'ytiii some five month sum'
wu savod n larce portion of Jowtlry. anil all our hocks.
tc I'xpn-vd to th i eai.imiuoiis.lire ill Ranstiail place en
lha morning rf th llth Inst..
When we n il mi (hit Hies-safes were located in the
fourth sory (ifllte biiiltliiig w-3 occupied nnd that tlu'7
fell subsequently intoa h- ap of burning ruins, where ihe
mst l oncentrati'.ii of thu-h '.it causeil the brass plati 1 to
in.'lt, we ciiiiiic.i but n gar.l Ih.-'jiri seriiition of their vol
tiul.lo contents as mnst coiiMiu ing piimf of the great se
curity ntl'iinli'd by jour sale.
Wo shall take gn at pleasure iu recommending Ii".,
men of business ns a sur- retinue- against fire.
i.r.DKCE v. rti.ii.iioxs & lino.. .inu.U'.a.
tu7They lui-e since pnrclins'.'d six large sJnfei'.
JuySt), Jbii.'. August 'ill. ijjt
WHSSTS4 35 tk' EHO Eh,
Nos. , 11, III,- 15, 17 CouttlaiuH Street,
?;r.ii; iiROADWAv, new vork citv
This old-estnblish.-d nn.l favorlt" icsoit of tho liusl
ness Community has been rec nlly refitlctl, and i com
plete i i ever) thing Hint c.in uupil.ti-r lo the conilbrts of
its patr.ms l.ai!i'anil l'uiuilie tire specially and iare
fully proi ideil for
It is v ntrully lucat-d Iu the Im iuess part of Iho city,
nml is contiguous to the principal lines of steumboau,
cars, oinnihiisscs ferries, &c.
In conso.pienco of th.- pressure caused bj the Rebel
linn, prices hnvo been reduced Iu
Our. Dollar a d l'ijty ( cns per Day,
'Iho table U amply supplied w ilh nil the luxuries of
Ihe season, aiidisepial to that of any other hotel In the
Ample accommodations are oli'ercd fur upward of -ISO-guests.
E7" Do not bellovo riinners.harkmeii, nnd others who
may say "thu Western llot-i js full."
D. D. WI.VCIIRSTl.R, Proprietory
TllOfl. I). WlXCHESTHR.
l'cb. 13, lf!f,i.
"pilE Proprietor of ibis well-kpown and centrally loea
1 tetl House, the Em iiasoi: HoTti , siluatu on .Mai,
Blreel, iu lllnomsliiirg, tiiinie lialelv i lo thu Col mil
hia County Court House, respectfully informs his friends
and tho public in general, that his House is now in or
iter for the reception uud entertainment of travelers who
may f . el disposed to favoril Willi their rustom, Ho has
spared no i xiiii.u in propating thu Emha.nuk, for Hie
intertaiunieiit ofhls guests, neither, shall Ihero beany,
thing wauling (on Ins part; to miiii.ti'r to their personal
comfort. His house is spacious uud enjoys uu excellent
Vy Omnibuses runnt nil times between tho Exchange
Hotel ami the Various Rail Road Dupots, hy which trav
elers will bo pleasantly couicyedtii nud from tho re
spective Stations in duo time to meet thu (.'arc.
, 1V.1I. H. KOONS.
Illoomsburg, July 7, WM.
J. I". S.VCR.
L N. Man
N ew Drug Store,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I "1. undersigned would inform their friends nnd the
Illlbllc CCUCr.'lllV. thill llmv lllivr, tlitron Hit. slnn. t r,,r
! J',""'')' occiiiietl by (,'ec, ,H. Hagi iiliui h. iu the Exchange
llJilding, mi Jlaiit 6trcet, In Hloouitburc where he has
i Just reieiveu a full supply o(
I SJfug-.M, MciliciHL'f?, P.'iiitw, Oils,
j Bi.'unjis, & ,,
i IVhiili will h" sold on moderate terms for ready pay.
At- Tt'tl'l-lflVU -..II.. -f
t ,w., i:itt:iiii,f, in e, cry variety, toriunu
Ji.r- Coiiffitnmeiy of iho best selections, nnd Foda
11 titer iu season.
t-r; A shatii of tho public custom is reipertfully so.
EVER t MOVER.
Cloomsburg. April 11, 1803.
TINWARE & STOVE SHOP.
a Min undersigned respeclllilly Informs his old friend
uud customers, that In has purihasod his brothers
merest in thu nbuvo esiubliiliiueut.aiidtlie concern will
hereafter ho conducted by liluisclfexclusivelv,
.... i mt i , ,ti uu ii ouurs tir sun', n t...
est nml most exienslvo nssorttnent of i'ANt V
STOVES over introtluced ipto this market,
Ills Stock Clllisi.ls of 11 rtlliiiiti'li, nsiiortment of
ha best Cooking uml parlor stoves ju ihu market, togeth
er with Btuve I'iMnrus of every Jescription, Oven ami
lloxritovus, Radiators, Cylludar ritoves, tlust Iron Air
Tight stoves, Cannon Ktoves, &c, &e, Stovepipe and
'I itiwaro constantly on hand uml manufactured to order,
All kinds of repairing done, as iitunl, on tlmrt notice,
Tim pntronago of old friends and new customer to
pectrully solicited, a. .11, RUPERT.
Illooiu.burg, November 3d 1?C0. tf.
lfOV Male fl.1lJ('jii A first rato Hook
Cuso and Secretary comliined-nnply u 1 a, PRUC.E
Uloonubnrj, rtitgntt 18, tV3,