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TIONSTO COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
Very largo quantities of butter ore ro
octvcil weekly in Now York, from country
tiicrulinnts wliohavo tnkon it in liarter for
good?. Purlmps ir would not be too inucli
to ray tunt the majority of butter fold at
tun port, for homo consumption and for
(hipping, comes through these channels j
From want of skill or of care in prepar
iti(; it for matket, the prices usually real
ized arc far less than might bo obtained.
It is vray unsatisfactory to producers to
read in tho published price list, ''batter
23 to 27 cents per lb," and then liavo only
1G to 20 cents ofieud in goods at tho ftoro ;
and they caunct credit tho etatctnciit of
the merchant that he can only get that fig
ure for what ho sends to tho city. Yet
such is often tho case, and for seasons
which might be obviated, some of which
aro indicated in tho following sugges
It is unjust as wdlas bad policy to pay
a uniform pnice for all butter brought in,
as is customary with many dealers. No
doubt it is not pleasant to tell a customer
that his or her butler is worth less than
some neighbor's, but if the same price be
paid for all, it is iu effect offering a premi
um on carelessness, and only a second rate
article need bo expected. It is essential
that butter should be of uniform quality
and coloa, To this end it should bo sort
ed as received, and "hat of similar charact
er packed together. Most of it will need
working over to take ou.t the buttermilk,
which iu ''stoic butter'' is ugually from
two to three per rent in weight It should
be put in the tubs or fiikins at once, as
coon as worked ; and if there bo not
enough to Gil the package, the top laper
fhould be covered with a strong brine
When tho package is full, tho top should
bo made even and smooth, a clean piece of
muslin, dipped io brine, be laid over it, and
salt sprinkled on top o( tho cloth. The
head of the firkin should not touch the
butter. Tho actual weight of tho firkin
when empty should be plainly marked on
the head two pounds additional taro is
allowed in th:s market for what the keg
will soak. Nothing is gained ultimately
by marking a false taro; the deception is
euro to be discovered in time, and the dis
honest party looses credit thereafter. The
kind of vessel in which to forward butter
to market, depends considerably upon
distance from the city, nnd the time of
year. Early in the seacon, for fresh but
ter intended for immcdiato use, or from
Ecctions near market, the half-firkin tub
(the same as a firkin sawed in two,) is gen
erully preferred. Under other circum
stances, kegs holding about 1 00 lbs arc
best, and indeed thoc arc almost always
saleable. For shipping abroad, or for
keeping any length of timo, nono oibers
will answer. Tho best size and shape
are, 22 inches high, 1G inches diameter of
bilagc,and 12 inches diameter of Lead,
outside measurement j will mako of white
oak, with smooth, round hickory hoops;
tho flat hoof ad firkins of ash aro not liked.
No hole should be bored, nor plug put in
the head or bottom. The firkins or tubs
should bo thoroughly soaked iu brine, and
the sides and bottom rubbed nith fine dai
ry salt. Those who aro receiving any
considerable quantity of butter,should have
a cool well ventilated cellar in which to
store it while awaiting a market. No
fish, onions, or other Btrong flavored arti
cles must bo kept near it, as butter very
soon absordi any rank effluvia, and its
quality is injured,
It is geeerallo found moil profitable to
send butter for regularly through tho sea
bod, whilo it is fresh and sweet. This,
however, will depend upon tho rates of the
price current. Western butler is the prin
cipal supply for shipment during tho warm
months, and it usually brings better prices
then, than if held back uutil cold weather,
when better grades aro in market and
Western is not so much sought after. In
tho Winter, ntoro butter ordinarely sells
at higher fignres in the original rolls,with
a olean piece of muilin wrapped around
each, and nicely paekco in barrel.
Aie ica n A g riculluriet.
ZXQLlSlt, CLASSICAL AMD COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
FOH BOTH SEXES.
T. M. POTTS, PRiNctrtt,
JUatAml(r. Beck Keeping and Mural (eiencu.
J. D. Fa"xTON, A, M,
gfcf vtltn.Llttrature, and. indent tni.Vodtrn Lang uag it.
The Sthtlattle year is divided into four quarters of
eleven weeka tucli. coinuicnclug as follows : -On tho
second Monday In Ausust, the lirt .Monday ill November
the third Monday in January, uud the second .Monday
Per quarter for Roardiug and 'I'uilion In Engliih, rnngo
from SJJ 00 to 331 00. Languages, Muiio and Draw.
jDg nro extra. . ,
JO For Uirrulnra or further particulars, addren the
rrlnclpal at MILLVIl.LE, COLU.MUIA CO., PA.
October 3, iNtf-ly.
' WILLIAM G. l'EHUY,
BOOK-SELLER, Stationer, Book
binders, Wank book manufacturer, and Dealer in
Jopoited and American Stationery,
' couth West cor, 4th & Raco St Philadelphia.
Persons visiting the city, or sending orders will do
well to take a memorandum of the nbovo Address.
The atock Is large and well snorted, 'rfesi Low.
PBOTOoRirit At.ec.Mi, Selling from fiocts to Ji5 each.
Theaewest style and largest niiortmeiu in the City,
Win. U. FEIJJIY, Publisliur,
0, W, eor, 4lhs Race iln., Philadelphia
BLAKSl BLANKS! 1 I
Of Trj dir(pf1rn, fot m1 tbi offif
PRE S II AIM IV A h
FAIL AND WISTBR GOODS
J tin undersigned, grntpful for pnt patronage, tpappc
i fully InrnrniK ln citiiitiprw nml thepuhllcgpncrnllj
that liu ha Jut recelvpcl from tho Enstcrne cities, tli
largest nml moit acted itock of
Vail and Winter
Thnt has yl been opened In Illooiusburg, to which In
Itultc the ntlcntlnu of hit friend, nml nssures Uipih
that they lire offered for aula nt itrrat bargains, lib
Stock comprises n nirirw iioniiieiu i
OENTI.'JMEN 'S WEARING Ari'AREL,
fi.ii. ,.ti i .- a in inn a blr j inhss in ts tu every up
cripiioni rutin, vests, sums, i-rnvnis nrai, vuuoi
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Buipoiiitcrs, &c.
Of pvpryitpiftlptloii, fine nml rtiP.ip.
N. II. llPiiiemlier l.oieenberg's Cheap Emporium.'
call uiul ce. No charge! for cxninlng Goods.
llloo uisbti re, August 29. lfcliU. (June li'M.j
E. & II. T. ANTHONY,
MANUPACTURER3 OF 1'IIOTOGUArilIC
Jl AT UK I A 1.8,
001 Broadway, New York,
SiAHJJ irrJ v i vonj-Vr ii o-
Our Catalogue now embraces consiilcrntily over four
tlinusnmi Ulllcrcnt subjects (to e. men mutinous are ecu
llnunlly being made) of Portrait of Eminent rtnifrl
cans, etc . z : 72 Molnr-Generals. Ill) llrls! Generals,
W.I Colonels. 1 l.ictit.-Cnlnnels, 07 other Oilicer, tU
Nnvy OMIccra, 535 M.itenion, 1J7 Divines, llll MitliorB,
30 Artist", 11- Stage. 40 I'rouilucut Wumcii, 1 17 Prom
inent foreign Portraits.
2,500 Cipies of Works of Art,
Including reproilur.tlons uf tin; most celcbintcd Engra
vliizn, Paintings, Statues, i-c. (.'atiiloRiieji rent on re.
rcipt of stamp. An order for one dozen picture from
our Catalogue will be til led on receipt ufsl.to, and
tent by mail, free.
0( thcFO wp inaHiifni lure n grent variety, ranging In
price from 51) cents to 3t each
Our Allium Imvu tin rcpiitntion of belli!! mipirinrln
beauty ami ilurubiliiy to liny oilier. Tho mn.illir
kimls i nn bo sent anfuty by mail lit n postngo of .
cents per ot. '1 lio luoru cspcnslvu can bo asut by ex
Via nlto keep a lario anrtiiicnt of terefcopas ami
-ftcreacopic vipra. Our Ojtalojuo of tliofo will lij
sent to any mhlre-B on receipt of utainp. 11. .t II. T
Antliony, Slnnufiirturcra of Photographic .Material!
51)1 llmailnny. Nhw Vork
IVIpiiiI or relatives of prominent military men will
confer a fuvnr by Mimling tin their likeiiPfs" to copy.
Tliny will bo kept caielully ami ri turncil uninjurej.
I'iiic Alliuiiw mailt! to onler fur consregalioii to pre
sent to their Pattor, or for other purposea, with suita
b:o fnscriptions. Ace
N0KTI1 CCXTRAL IJAILH'AY.
Summer 7'ime Table.
TWO TRAIN'S DAILY to and from the North find
West llraiuh i f the irusipichuuiia, Ulmira, and all of
.Vurtherii New Vork,
ON and after Monday, April 2011i 13C3 tin Tassenger
Trains of the Norm Central llniiway will nrrivu at
.mil depart from Sunbury, llarrlsburg, uud Ualllmore
as follows, viz :
Mall Train leaves Sunbury dally (cicopt
" leaves llarrisburg. 1 Ij p in.
arrives at rnttimorc, J-35 "
Express Train leaves Sunbury daily (except
Mind.iy.) 11.07 p. m,
" leaves Ilarritburg (i xccpt
Monday,) 2 00 a. in.
" arrives at Ualtiuioro ihiily (ex
cept Moml.iv.) C.13 "
llarrisburg Accoiumodation leaves Harris-
burg. C-30 "
N O It T 11 W A R D.
Mall Train leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday, !M5 a. in.
leaves llarrisburg 1.13 p. in.
arrives at fiunbury. 4.01 "
Express Trains llaltinioro dully, 'J 15 "
" arrives aNlarnburg, 1.35 a. in.
" lenves llarrisburg(pxccpt Monday) II on '
" arrives at Sunbury. 5.3d '
for further information applv at tho OHce.
1. N. UcUAIUtV.Supt.
Harrl.burg.Aug. e, 1S03.
GIUTON'S CllliAP HAT STOHE
AjiotSicr As-rival oi'CiJoods.
Now is Your Time to Bit;.
I NOW SIJLL CHEAPER THAN EVER,
rplIE undersigned having bought out the Grocery o
1 llaid Struiin, ha removed his Hat and Cop Plore
up to Sunup's old stand, where in addition to a supe
rior assortment of
SritI.(J AM) SLMIilIHK
g Hats and Caps,
Comprising cverj-sort, sizo and iiiality, w hlch will bo
aold ut unusually low prices, lie w ill continue the l!ro
ccia and Notion business us carried on by Mr. Stroup,
AIo-A fine lot of KID-", ,101IOi I'.OSnnd I.ixinos to
w hich lie initca the at cntlon of Shoemakers mid the
JOHN K CIRTO.V.
niocmiburg, May 30, 1EC3
THE undersigned inforins t tie citizens of Illooin.
nnd iifighborhnod, that he has lukni tho Inrtw room
nt tho Eclinugc Hloi K, e.tendiuz over I'nrncv Stnhncr
Maker)-, uml tho Ilookstnro whero ho has put Hi
a largo Skylip' I. It is only by Skylight that good pic
tures can boti ion especially groups where caih person
can bo takeJ 1st as well as separate.
lloliaagou to considerable expense to make his ca
tablisliment first class ou, and he th"reforo solicits a
liberal patro ige to enable him, tn constantly inlroducu
the mode I improvements of the nrt.
E?" Coun . produce taken in Exchange for pictures
llloomvbnrg, Nov. 23 JECI. Nov. 'SS
(Lato White Swan,
RACE STREET, ABOVX THIRD
D. 0. SIEGIUStT rnoiuiETort.
Formerly fom Enlc Hotel Lebanon. Pa
T, V. RHOADS, Clerk,
.March i"J, Jji03 12m.
STILZ tt IIARTLKY,
Consolidation Rank llullding,
329 North Third Street, between Vine ij
Callowliill, r III LA DDL r II I A.
June 50, IPC3-ly.
JOHN 0. YE AG El.,
MANUFACTURER ti WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
No. 257 North Third Street, PhilaM.
Nov. 'JO, I6fi'.'.
No, 125, South Eleventh Street near VJ Jint,
Enameled Glass, Frcico, Oil and Encamtic rnlntln
John Oidso.n. G. II, Omt.iN,
UUMUM IN SIATIOAAUY.
2.J00(rn Sltel Pens. 600,000 evlrsi Blank books
' 850,000 Envelopes, Slates, Ink, Curtain k Wrapping
paper, Pass books. Lead-Pencils- Gold-Pena, very tine.
School books visiting Cards, &c a largo portion of
which it itock purchased before tho riio in prices and
now iclliog low roR ciiu.
, Win. G. PERIIY.
pouftsciies v. uisiioucr,
& n; it. uk, it Kin puiowpHi,
1 Mia r, im-i mi.
gome one: gome all j i
J J. BROWER
17"ILL cxpopo to nilo rvcry tiny tlm
anil Hell itlcclPil nam t cat f
mcrlc.iii Frr i' b a A I'mrIIsIi (iotiils
iai ttruw itm t'nttpr ana. 1. Plain Die (looil nro
IIIU Inll l IHMIII I I II WIMIlin If ..liMlivr,
Jlohnlr Hllk I ln' i A ...miia in nil anauet.
DHLA1NS nt li, 22, 25, Ul mid 35 cts.
OALlOOhd from 18 to 25 fonts.
SUA WIjS AM. wooTj, long &
square, at prics to suit
NUDIAS AN) WOOL HOODS
or lery uescmrTicN.
nicllis. Oiasimer- and Jcnns. for Men and
liny wear, chpnp. Dnilipa' Collara Cuffa, fleevcs,
tlenil Nets, nml ilrea trimmings.
Hlciwlictl mi't Unb'.civhcl Mutlius
ll hi anlilnt n tty uniill nilvancc.
Ilotiery, Gloves. Kiiibriiickiiiij! Hrtiids, &
simill wurcs in yrcat variety.
Linen Turpct Chain
and cotton yarn.
Boots and Shoes,
I.ailic' pnlter. t llrt allpper, rliili'r n' palters nnd
thoea. nml n Inmo atotk tn select froin lit all
price. Tri.iik nnd oil iln'li rntchcla,
U'icenaunrc ami llurdtMirc,
K O C; S R I S S' t
ron ac c o a n d s b r, a r s,
nt low prices and In fnrt nimo.t everything in my lino
Unit mil V lie called for. nt I hivo pun liaacdii luiiih lar
ger alnck of good llinti tiaiial. nnd am ileternilneil to
aell them nt veryfinnll profit, for ready pay.
I.nillrs will find It to th 'ir advantage to buy their
Ilrea (loiiil lit this i-itnlilMiintrit, na I lll prcaeii to
cerv l.aily customer, who may ileaire it, one of .Mad.
aine'llcmiirpff Inteit alecvii pnltern. t'nllnnd aeo
llio Mirror of 1'nfhlon, Jti-t published, with lull ami
roliairc decriilion of the Intcst Paria fanhlona.
llloomsburg, drpt. Si). HM.
Latest .tilo lowest prices.
Jt'ST Ilecelved a new nsrortmcnt oflateat style of
flail lupcr including Barriering,
and ( riling
Pnnnr. and a cencrnl varictv of matprial In his line.
which "ill be found on the rjUrnNI) l'l.no uimeili.
ntely in i r the store of .Mr. t, T yharples. i nirnnro I
nue iloi r i utt of l.utzcH Drug etoru in the Itup-rt .
Illock, where Ml pcrmna uitlilng goodt in his line
mil lie Llleniieu tu, in p.rsou uui an nine.
C" J'oper lluniin (xcculccl to order
and lat hiiilc. il short in tier.
u. J, TlKUtN'lO.V.
Illm niolmrz. May a. IHtt-Sm
PUIILV SQOliK, mt.KK8-B.UlHl.
rPni:iin''erlzned, having taken this well-known stand
I (formerly of .Major Piiterbaiigh). reppcclfiilly aolij
it tin p itroiiazo ot llu piitdic.
No pains w ill bo ai:ir,'il in any of its depaitmeuts, to
reudi'r rntirfiictioii to nil sueat, TheTAULE and the
l.'All w 111 always be supplied uhlitlio
ULSP THE MARKET AffOKDH.
It7" Oood tabling for Horses and attentive llotpr.
The "EMhiinge" is eligibly situated nn the Public
Sqiinre, ami hastlierpforu peiuliar advantiigcs to per
sons attending Court or doing business in the public
unices, t 'barges i lerate.
N, II. Whenever you come lo town, please call.
II. J. YAPi.E.
Wilkcs-Ilarro. Nov. 15. ler.S!
ULOOMSIJUIIG, COLUMBIA CO., l'A.
nIIE subscriber, proprietor or the nliovo named px
1 teusivo estublishment, is iio,v prepared to receive
All Kinds of iilacliinrry,
for Colleries, lllast furnaces, Stationary Engines, Mills
THRESHING MACII1NI.S &C . &C.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
natterus. nlowirons, and cvcrvthini: usually made in
i llr'class I'ofiiidries
His pxtcusivo l.mlitics and practical workmen, war
jniitt li I tn in receiving tho largest contracts on tho
mo-t rensomible terms.
K7" Craiu of nil kinds will be taken in exchange for
tg- This establishment la loca.od near the Lackawan
na A- lllounisburg Railroad Depot.
lllsonisburg, Sept. 12, 1803.
iSli' Jhw Lost! lloio Hi stored ! I
Just published In a sealed Envelops : Price 0 its.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment, and Itadical
, Cure of Hporiuatiirrlia'a or Seminal Weakness,
I Sexuel Debility. Nervousness, and luinliintnr; Euiis
1 sions, indiicim! Iiupotency, Consumption, uml Mental
Physical Debility, by linlurt J. rulverwell, M. II.
Tlie imp irtant fai t that the awful consequences of
I seif-iibu s may be elljclually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous application nfcaiii-llcs, in
struments, niedic'il biiugi's. and either empirical devi
ces, is here clearly demoni.trati'il, mid the entirely n. w
and highly successful treatment as udol'ti'd by the eel
cbraP'd autlinr, fully .xplaiued, hi iii.'aus of which
every one is euaiili'd In cure himself p -rfoctly, and at
the least possible i oat. thereby avoiding nil lliu aihcr-
tised niistrniiis of the day, Thii leiluro will prove a
boon tn tliujau.ts uud thousands.
OIIAS. '. C. KLINE, & Co.
137 llroadw ay, New Yorit, PostOllicn box. 45:15.
Aug. 15. IcKl (.Nov. 1, ISW )
iM.U' Jt'sHSShV .M FOll SALE,
GARDEN ANd' l"ltUIT FAHaIS,
Sultnblo for Grapes. Peaches, Pears, Raspberries,
Strewherrles. lllnekberrii . Corn lit-, &e.. i f i. 215,
I llloa'JII arret each. a. the following prices for tlm
'r nt.ia: '.' acres tor S'JIW, 10 ucres for 5110.5
acres for Si U, '.'i ncres for $11), I aero for 3JU. Payable
by ono dollar a week.
Also, good t'ranbury lands, nnd village lots in Cheat
wood. i!3 by 10" feet atSIOeaih, pajableby ono lUd
lar u week. The above hind mid liirni. lire i-ituatr a
rheatwood.Wiishiugtiiii township, lliirlingtnn county
New Jersey, for further information, apply, with
f.O Stamp, for u circular, to
' II. f R ANKLIN I'LAIIIC,
No. P0 Cedar Street, New Vork, N. V.
January 17, 1-03.
C. II O YV E It,
RfSPECTf ULLY oilers his profess
,Cire9 ional services In Ilia holies titnt Penile.
ssuirrV. .., c 1 t.i, ;., , .... 1,,..,. "11.. i. 1
nrenared to oticnd tu all tho various
operations in the lino ofhis profession, and ispruvided
with the latest inipruvcd 'u;!c.7..1.V TEKT1I; w hich
will beiiiM'rted on gold, pl.itiu.i, ailvcrnnd rubber basu
to look will ui tho natural teeth
Mineral plate and block teeth manufactured nml nil
operations on teeth, carefully and properly attended to.
Itesideuco and o llico u lew doors above the Court
House, sumo side.
Illooiusburg, JunoC. Iffi3,
STOVE AND TIN-WARE SHOP.
''IIP. undersigned would inform thn citizousor
I illooiusburg nnd vicinity, that he hasjust u
p-Hii civeu nnu ouera loraaie ono 01 1110 mostpvteiihivu
tiftf nasnrtiueiits nfCOOKINfJnnil l'AN' YKTiivi's
1 ver Intiodiiceil into this market. The t'hristopber l'i
iiinbiu, James llnbbaud Olobunre among t Jl e first lI.is
rooking Stoves, nil of which are nir-tightnudgns buruu'
His Parlor ton s aru liamlsomo and tho assoitment i
ried. ALO Particular attention is paid to 'I'ln-Wnn
mid llnusu Spoutim;. upon short notice. All kinds u,'
repaitiug will be done with neatness and despatch.
Ky" Count r produce taken in exchange for work.
PHILIP d. .11 OYER.
nioonuhtirg. Mny 10, 1602.
&nimcau m lotcl.
(Opposite, lnutenttemt. Hall,)
CIIESTNC'l STREET II ET WEEN I'll'TH &BIXTII,
WYATT it HEIJI.IVnB.
November 30, Iffil, Muich El. IHS8
LIGHT STREET, Columbia county, Fr
IDE iindcrtisucd has located nt the nhovnuaii'T
hotel, formerly occupied by Peter Schu', nml tol.'c
its n share of public p.itrnna;e,
L'v" Good nrcomiuodnlions for man and boast, 'll
best kind of liquors at tho bur.
J. I). RICE, Proprietor.
April II, Iron-
Attorney at Law,
Office tJlt the Exchange Hotel, iSlain St
leatiieTi iJeatTi er"i
THE undersigned would annouueu, thai he has on hand
nthlsHntaudCai Empurium, on Main St., Illooma
burg, nn assortment of iliirjreiit kind of leather, such as
Una calf skins, morocco, (rod and black) and linings, all
cf which ho will sell cbcaper than ran ho hnd elsewhere
la tli i market, Call utidciemine them for yourselves
rrlllS 1NPTITUTICN Is under O
J nnddiiortlon or I'rol. I), tv.
1. wti.i,, so long Prim
clpal of tho
UtoVIMMTOX CO.VMr.HW I. COLM.ui:.
n'l.n ,. nt lllalr,ltlnll (Mllliri t nil tllO tV
nf 11 Iln, rill, oh lirjirllmt InillnPa 1 U fill I fill . mill ll
been lati Iv extended by the Inlr.n ilionnfan Actiul
llii.lnea tjourse. in which the HP nt engage In tin;
regulnr roiitlno o( buinet tinn- lions, eipuipllnd
and fnniill.irlM'il by means nt n re. (In which tho
actual bintxnf of buliig and n .if good Is carried
on by cacti Student,) nnd Ihisln llllcc. vlJil I llniiKa
or Isaim nml liep.islt, Itall-lln'i mid Steain-Uoatlng
l'o't Olllrp, Teleirraph. &c, A '
The I riiprleliir has spared imli , 'or ctpcntc ln ma
king till i uumb tho lini't thornimh and complete of
any ever prpeiiti'd tnllio public, and feel fully as
aiirpil tint alter having been liiiiiseirengngcd in actual
biiim'i, nml havlni! had many years' (ipcricnci.' ut
tmr hlim the f clneo of Aernunlt, nnd being allied by
n full nml clllcplent corps of tearlier. ho will bo en
tiled to makii thorough and mircesful grauualos of nil
who may placj theuisi Ivc tin ler Ids iharge,
In this essentlnl tiratich of a btnlnsa education no
Collugu olfur butler facilities in the lenrm r. I ho
fpenccrlau ytem will Iu taiiaht In all Its vntictles by
tho mo. I fklllful niasleri. of tho nit. r-'lietlmi'iis of
Wriling froin thl tiiftlliitlon Imvu received the highest
I i nrnuiiuiii froin tile pre.
I Tor uenernl Infiirniutlnii, term, &c ndiiress fori.oi.
Ilrge .Miinlhly, whlrli will bi mailed freoj rnr speci
mens of Peiini.iiishlp, piirloao two three cent .tamps.
Aildrea l. W I.O'.VIll.l., I'riucipai.
1 owell' Commercial College, llinghamton, N. .
T. S.-Onu of llittur At DiiiiciiiiV No. I highly flnifhed
lino, perfeil point, quill spring tluld Pens, with "omer
ami cine, warranted for nnu year nml to suit, will Lo
jnt free of chargu to any one who will remit 4J,j0 to
the nhnve nddii'is.
Oclnli-J .1. Irti3 ly
NAII0XAL COM.llUtUUl, t'Ol.LKttKS
LOCATED I ?f
S.E. CORNER 7TII AND CHESTNUT ST3.,
New York Ci'y, BmoUin, Albany, Troy
Buffalo. Detroit, Cltvcland, Chicago,
and SI. Louis.
Comuierrlai I. aw, forms, Correspondence
'I hesn Colleges being under the same gcncrr.l audio
cat management, and unltins iu encli tho advantage
of all, nffer Kreatert'ieilltles for liupartliig limtruc: t 1
tli. hi auv other similar institution iu the country.
A Si hnlarship issued by any ono is go )d iu all fci n
The I'hlladclpliii College has bnpn rccenily enlaf.
and refurnished In n superior manner, nn,1 is lion' f I I
largest ami mot prosperous Coiiimercial Iitstitution If
Pr)ant & Ftrnttnn's aeries of Text Honks, cmbrac
llonk-kcepiiig, I'ommerclnl Arithmetic, and Coiiimer
I.nw. for bale, mid aeut by mail.
Sy forfiiH parlicularssend for a circular.
October lb1, 1-M,J- I'.'iu,
Hon. Wilson I.TcC.mdlcss, Judge of the United States
Circuit Court, President.
Corner Pcnn and St. Clnlr Street, PITTSUUUG II, PA
THE LARGEST. OIIAPEfT AND REST.
935.00 pays fnrn fu I Commercial Course.
(V No extra cliarses foe Manufacturers. Steamboat,
Railroad and Rank llook-Kecplng,
Ministers' sous at half price Students enter nnd re
view at nn timo
I 'I his institution is cou-!uctcil by experienced Teach
1 era and practical Accountants, who prepare joiing men
1 for actiie business, nt thu least expense and shorte-t
time, for the most lucrativp and lespnnsilile f it u.it ion i.
Diplomas granted fnrmeiit only. Hence the uiiieral
Iireferenco for graduates of this college, by hulucs
I Prof, A. COWLEY, tho best Penman in thu-Uninn,
I who holds the largest number of firi-t premiums, and
; overall enmpi'titors.teaelies rapid business w riling,
for f peciiiietis of Peiiinaushlp, nnd Catalogue con
taming lull lutormatinii,eiiilose twcutv-llve tents to
JENKIN.- & SMITH, Primipals.
Attend where tho Suns nnd Clerks of Ilusine.s
Men mid Hankers graduate.
April ID, Itibil-ly. April I, 1603.
ri'HE iinderslgneuts ntso cxtenstveiy cniagen In the,
J Uuiltrtaking llusincas, and kcepacuiatnutly on hand
lid fur sale at hia Warerouma, a large assortment of i
FINIS' I ED ggg! I'OFFINS, j
Ry which he is enabled to till orders on presentation
Also Keeps a good llorso and Ilearso, and will nt al
times be ready tu attend f uncrels, 1
SIMON C. SII1VE. '
lllnoniidiiirg, January 29, lf30
Exchange Hotel, j
late rou, it. d. Josts.1 I
No. 7 7
Duck Struct, next door to tlio
'Phis well known elnbli.hmcut maintains its usual
lebrity. and its well Kiiuwn retmiation of bcintr
tho ben '
HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN 1'LAN
Shall ho sustained. Room' may ho had at nil linurs
per night, 37 cents ; per week, VJ S'l, per month, SID
The liar uud Eating Departments ure furnished wilt
tho best of evcrvthini! the market ran nroduce.
I f ! , M V. I.IMII'P VMnhVPAHIliC ,
, ,, , ' ,. ,. ' -"-"'""-"-'
""i1, cllcaclosi ufeverj -clinic may bo had at a inonio Ci
Meals at 12 cents nnd upwards, and may bo had from
S A. M. till I'Jntuight. Gentlemen may rest as-urcd
that no expense will be Fparcd to render this Hotel u
J. OTTENKlRIv, Propr.
March 7. IfM-3in.
0ATTAW1SSA Rail-Rortd COMPANV.
SUPERINTENDENT'S Off ice,
Williamsport. April 10, 1603.
On and after Monday. '.'0th iiist. Paseeger trains
win ii.i.s -tiiperins loiiuw'b.
I'll ll ;i . Mull, Pass llupctt
Arriving nt Pluln. at
l'hiiu Express 1'usa Rupert
Arriving at Phila nt
ami at ,New York at
Niatraru Express. Pass Rupert
arriving nt lVllliaiusorl at
Elmlru Mail nass Runert
arriving at VVilliuuiriiurt at
.11. STANLEY COOllWIN,
P II I L A D E L P II I A.
HOWELL ti UOURKE,
Corner fourth and Market Slreits 1'liitailt'lplil.i, lia o
now iu stock, a line variety of
IV A 1. I. FA Ptill S,
Got up cxpossly for their Spring Trade.
WINDOW PAPER Of EVERY GRADE,
u which they invito tho alteutinn of storekeepers,
07" III their n liiihipartincut, will bu found tlio
choicest styles of the don.
Man Ii 7 Ieii3 3 urns, seas
'1 no Old Guard.
A Monthly Journal, iluvotcd to the Prin
ciplrj.i of 1771) and 17e7, Designed to unmask the
; Usurpation. Despotism nud Crimes uflhis
i And in defend tho doctrines of plates Rights, nnd n
Constitutional Libotty, as held by our Revolutionary
Published by C. CH AUNUEY IlL'RIl li Co., 113 Nos.
eau street, New Vork.
Pnice, Single number! 15 cents, forwarded by
mail ore xpresa tu all parts of tho llnitod Statea at SI
a year. In advance'. Any ncrsou seiulini; ten subscri.
i bers will receive an addition. I copy fur on a year.
, July II, Irli3,
5,000 Reams writing Paper, including of note, Lett u
fool, cap, Harmon, Hill, & Drawing pupcrs selling a
low mien for caih,
Wm. G. PERRY, Stationary.
IWrVMili BtVi Flltrtiltkf'
FOll EVERY BODY.
TMIMS CASH OR PRO DUCK.
Just come too nnd W Krcamer'a Stote, In Jersey
town, Pa. where you wllltlnd all kinds of Dry Ooodii
Ladies Dress Goods,
lliiisery, Shawls &o.
Fish, Meat, Salt,
Flour, Tobncco Segars,
Hats, Cap?, JJoots, & felines,
In short, everything that Is generally kept In a conn
t ry store.
U'o will sell you goods nt fair prices nml tnke nil
kinds of produce ns pay-siirh ns Hotter. Kts, Omin,
I, umber Shingles, link plank, nnd In fact anything that
nuy body i Ise will buy nnd sell as i heap ns can be sold
In the country. We will not undersold by Jowi or
Coma then one 1 i J"' ec,,;.:0i"r,: i
SUIVI'H. JJIIHU vuui uuuii uut iwii t
c & w KniiAMr.n.
MOlltl PltKSII GOODS.
Just received at Erasmus' Nnv Store.
HaTS AND GAVS,
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Tnuctlier with a grrnt variety of notions and ctcetc
ins, too inimeroii to mention.
llutler. Eggs, .Meat and prodiltc generally taken
in cxihange for goods,
A. 11. ERASMUS.
Illooiusburg, MayO. 1?G3,
i "OLDlCltls IN THE All MiT
AND OUR TEOPI.E AT HOME
Aro now offered an opportunity by which they can nb.
tain, 'i (i')ODANl) DUR.U1LE I'l tlE-PIOli, at n very
low ll.Mire. Our IVatches ,'iro wnrraulsd tu kuep time
ono ear, nml the buyer is nllow i'd thu privilege of
vxnmiiialion bi furc i.'iyineiit ia r,"uireil.
Improved Duplet iu lull Ruby Actions. A first c!.is
Hunting TiniO'l'lecu of silver iiiriti.-ri.il. over which is
eleclrii'tinu plated id k gold, ino-t durably wrought,
making Ihe mutation so faultless that it catinut be
di tccti d from th tu id material by the most experi
enced Juilecs : uil'inwlll not ell' cl it. Liim.ou i.aile
liiovumeut. Improved Duplex in lull ruby action, lias
Bwcep seconds, unit is not to b j excelled in general up
pearnnce. I ins is uuriueiliy oil" oi Mm Ij.-m urliiles
liter nfferoil lor traders uud spi culutors. Euulii, ers,
emigrants, uud persons travelling will find them an
perior to tiny other , nlti ration i.l'ili,ate will not uf
feet their aiciiracy. Price, pai ked iu goo I shape and
good runt' log order, only S.IJ, or case ol It for S-W.l.
SILVER DOL'llLE TlHH IIUNTINO LEVERS,
I'esl duality Silver Cases, ovcrwhi'h electro. lino
plated IS k gold, similar to our liupiuved Duplex. uud
superior udjiiKted iiioveiuciits with "-top," to be used
in timing horses, tie ; has four Indexes for Washing
toil niiilCreeuwirh time, sweep cirond. nnd nil the
improteiiients. .ll iu all, taking Its benotiful uu.l
faultless appearance and its superior movement into
consideration, we regard it as decidedly the cheapcM
nrlii le ol tlio kind iu thu market. Price, in good run
ni us order, S IS, or case of li fur J00.
C" Wo iish ko p.iy iu ndiaiicp, but will foraard
either of lliem to responsible parti',, tn any art uf
tlo' In) ul States with bill payable to expressman when
he goods are delivered, git inn the lnier the privlh go
of examination, and. if not satisfactory Ihe watch can
be returned at our expense
The express companies refuse making colleciioiis nn
soldiers nml other parlies in the ililoyul States, run.
sequeiiily nil such or.lurs must bu acrompuui '.I by tho
cash to insure .'mention. Wo nia'.pn deduction if two
dodnrs on either watcli when the payment i- h.rward
in ndwmcc. .Money may be sent by express at our ex
pense. TIIOS, CAPPER I V ( O.,
03aad Mllroad St opposite City Rank,
Providence, R. I.
October 21. lPfi3-4ino.
If ALL & Willil GIBS,
rpHE sulisiTiber has jut returned from Ihe Cities
X with another largo and select assortmet of
FALL AND UINTKJl GOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia, at tho lowest figure, nnd
wliith they nro detormi I lo sell on ns moderate terms
as inn ho procured elsewhere in liloumsburg. His
stoi k comprises
LHtiiEa' iiHt'Ss anons.
of choie, st styles and latest fashion,
DUY aouns, a.vj) nhocr.nins,
ii umiriitK QUF.i-.Y-ii'Aitn,
cchar wahe, iuii.umv ivahe
mox, ,YAIL HOOTS ,y snoi.s
HATS CATS, &.c , .Jc. ij-c.,
In short everything usually kept in country Stores
to wlii'h ho iuite the puldi generally
The HighestprUe paid for rouutry produre.
S. II. MILLER.
llloomsburg, Oct. 24, 1-C3.
Kt.nlinj; Kail Eaond.
SUMMER ARRANGE M ENT,
I RE AT TRUNK LINE l'HOM THE NORTH AND
Northwest fur Phi lade nhia. fVeu Vork. Itp.i.tniL'
Pottnille. Lebanon. Alleiilowu, Easton, &c., s.c.
Traius leave llarrisburg for Pliiladetphia. New York
Reading. Pottsvlllu mid all intermediate stations, at ti
a, in., and 2 p, in.
New Vorte cxptesa leaves llarrisburg nt 2.15 a. in.,
arriving nt New Ynrkatti n thu same morniug
fares from llarrisburg. Tn New York S5 15; to
Philadelphia $3 3J and $J pp. Ihigengo checked
Kunming, leavo New York at 0 a in., 12 noon, and 7
p. ni., (Pittsburg Express). Leave Philadelphia ut cMS
a. m., mid 3.3U p m.
S'ucpingrars in tho New York express trains, tin nugh
to mid frog Pittshuigh without change,
Passengers by the Ca!atvisa Railroad leave T.iuiaqua
nt n.M a in., mid 2 15 p in., fur Pliilade Iphia, New York
and all Way Points.
Trains leave Pottsvil'e nt 9.15 a. ni., mid 2.30 p. hi,,
iur ruii.iiieiHiiia. uarri.iiurg nml ,ew York.
An Accommodation passenger Irani lenves Reading
ntli.DUa. m , and returns from Philadelphia lit 5 (ill p.m.
ry All t lie above trmus run daily, Sunday excepted.
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30 a.m., uud
Philadelphia al 3,15 p. m.
Commutation, milcuse, season, nnd excursion tickets
at reduced rates tu and from all points,
ll. A. ND'OLI.P,
FANCY FURS! FANCY FURS!!
718 A tcft Strut, below 8th,
EOUtll lllo, I'llII.ADEM'lIIA.
Importer, MuiiufuBturcr of
and Donlcr in nil hinds of
.i' for Ladies' and Children's
I wi.h lo return my thanks tu mv friends nfC'luin
bin and tho surrounding count! s,for their very lib ral
patronage exfuded t" mi during tlu lust few years,
uud would my to th'in that I lion have iu lore, of my
own Importation an I mnuufacluru a very extensive as
sortment of nil thu ditfereiit kind-, mil qualities of
I'iMt funs for Ladies and i hildreu, that will tu worn
during lint fall and it iutjr seasons.
Hi-lug tlm direct Importer of nil my furs from ( ii
rope, nud having them nil manufactured under my own
BUnervlsioii -enables uni to otl' r my tutHuii rs uud thu
public a much hnndsnmer Set of furs fur the sumo
money. Ladies please give me a call lief, r purchas
ing I Pieaao remember the name, number nml street,
No. 718 Aucn Hrutt r, Pint.tDki.riiu.
Sept. 13, IEC3 5UI0I.
SCIlOOIsASllII'S FOll SALE.
rittiburgh Cniuinerciul College.
Illnghauipliu " "
Crittenden's " " rhllailolphri.
Stratlou, llryant ti Co.. "
Thcai Scrips, are iiinmnunta of $15 nud S3n and are
li to much caih, by thu Student on entring cither of tho
above Colleges. Young mdn doiiringtuiibtain u finish
ed Collegiate Education, will here find a good specula
tion by applying at tb office of the
i ivii (xnvuvti pEtnvsiL?
Friends and Relatives.
MVE SOBERS UN
110j UWAY '& PILLS.
All whotiavo friends nnd riptntivcs In ihe. Army or
Navy .hniildtnkn upei liurarn that iney luampiy sup
plied w llh there Pill nml Ointment ; and where the
brnvu Soldier ami Bailor Inivo injected to provide '
thpiiiselvcswllb lliem, no better present Mil be sent
them by their friend. They have been proved to bu
tho r-oldier's never I'nlllnj friend I" the hour id need,
COUOII9 AND COLDS AC'I'IXTI.N'O TROOPd,
Will lie speedly relieved and rlT'i tually cured by
us lug these iiilmlrnble mcillrine. nnd by paying proper
attention tu llio Directions which aro attached tu cue li
hick";'!. mm.-.s anmi wanp nr a r.TtTf.,
IMJIDI.N I Alt I V S5WI.lill.ua,
Ihnso feeling which sosaililen us usually nrl o from
trniiblu or nnunyulici'S. ob-trii' led peisplintlou, or eat
lug and drinking whatevir Is unw holesnme, thus dis
turbing the healthful mlloii of the liver uml stomach
J nesc organs miisi on runu,,.-,,, i, j" 3,.t .,, u ,., ,,
l he Pill, taken according to the printed Distinctions,
will quickly produce n lienllhy action Iu both liver and
stomach, and, ns n natural cnnsfpicxcc, u clear heud
ami good appetite.
WHAKNEs-'OR Df.RILl I'Y INDUCED BY OVER
Will soon disappear by Hie umof these Invaluable
Pills, and tho Soldier will 'pilckly ncqulio addlllutinl
strength, Never let the llowels bo cither confined or
iiiidulv acted upon. It may seem Strang.!, that Hob
owa' Pills should bo recoiiimeiideii lor dyscnter)
and i'lux. mniiy persons mpposlng thatlli'y would
Increase the rel.ixnlion This i n great mistake, for
these Pill w ill correct the liver nnd st jinticli. mid thus
remove all Ihe ncrid humors from the sstem. Tills
medicine wi'l give tone nml vigor to the wlinlii organic
system, however deranged, whll heallli and Ftreugtli
follow us a mutter of course, Nothing will -top tho re
laxation of thu Howes so sure ni this famous medi
cine. VOLUNTEERS, ATTENTION I INDISCRETIONS Of
Sores and Ulcers, lllotches and Swellings, can wllh
ceitnlnty be radnally cured, if the Pills uru taken night
and niornliig, nml ointment h freely used as stated in
thu printed Instruction-. Iftn iited in any ther man
ner, the) dry up ill cue part Inbreak out in another
tMierens this Ointment will remine lliu humors Ironi
the sy tein.uiid lenvothe P.itl iitailgorousiiiid henlthy
man. It will reipilrc u littlu pi.rsevcr.inie lub.idia
l's toin-iiie n Listing cure
fOIl WOUNDS EITHER orCASION'ED I1Y THE
1IAVOXET SAIIRI , OH 'I Hi: IIULI.ET, 0.'E
To which ivciy Soldier and i-alior are liable, there
nro no in 'dines so safe sure, nnd miivenient, us lo.
lowny's Pillsiiud Oiiitiii'.ut. 'Ihe wounded and nhno-t
dying sulf"rer might hutu his woiiuits dressed inline
iliately. If he would only provide himself with thi
lu'ilchless iiiiitiuent, wliiih should be thrust Intnlhe
weiluil mid sui. nro.l nil iiuud it, tli.'" covered with u
piece of I In i it from his knnpiu' k nml cnmpiessed Willi
u hamlkenhief Talking, nieht and iiu'rnlnL', Ourc
I'ills to cool t lie sviti'iii and Prevent iiifl.iin itinn.
EveiySoldt' r's Knapsack ami Seeiuau'sCliustshoulil
Iu provided with tli-se valuable Remedies.
OAU'i'ION ! None ari; genuine unless tho words
"llollow'ins, Nw' Yorkand Loudon " are diseeroalile
as u Wnter.innrk iu every leafnf the book rf illr.-c ti'ii
nrouml eai.h pot or box ; Ihe same may pi. Duly s 'tu In
holding the leaf to th-' light. A handioii.e i-wur.l w ill
be given to any one rendering such information as may
leinl to lliu iteiectioii oi any pnriv or parties coiiiiter-
iVitios the medicines or v-'mling III J
thein to b spurious,
Sold at iiinirif ictnry nt Professor llolloway, Hi
Mia. leu I nnu. New York, mi l by nil respectable drug
islsauil Dealers iu Medicine, throughout theililzed
wn.'id. Ill boxes al-j cents uud it each.
i, J-1 here is considerable saving by taken the laiger
W It. - Direction! for the tiui lanco of patients in ever
disorder nr.iutlixeil tu each box.
June MO, lSoJ.-y.
For a .Medicine that will Cure
couam, ixn.UF.vs.i. tckli.vci ixtuei iiuoat
mioopi.xa-caUGii, on iiklii.it. cox-
SUMP'lllT. COUGHS, AS Q li I: A i
soe?s mum b;-xbam,
Ovpr Fivi- Tlioiisinitl Dottles
have been slid in its native town, and not a single In
st. nice of its failure is known
We have, in our po-seseiou. any quantity of certifi
cates, some of them Iruiri emimiut phy unii", who
have used it 1 1 111 ir practice, and pi tun it Hi pre cull
uunee over ary oilier iiiiupnuiid. Itdii'sdot nrv up it
ntigh, but loosen" it, so as to enab'e Ih patient to i x
pettor ile freely Twnorthr.ie ttnsi'auill invari.ikly
Hire tickling iu tin thront. A half buttU has often
ciuiipleli ty Liired th t mtil
Si UbUORN COUGH,
nnd vet. though it is so sure and tp ledy in Its operation
it is perfectly h irmless. being pur ly vgetuble. His
very nereiald to th" taite, uud may be uuiiiiuislcreii
to children i f any age,
IN OASES OF GROUP
we will guarantee n cure, if inkeii iu sepsnn. No
faun y shonld be without It. It is within III.' rtaili of
all, the price being
ONLY 25 CENTS.
And if nn investment nnd thorough trial does not
"hack up"tli3 above vtateni"iit. 'Iu iiiou, y will b.. re
funded. Wu s.iy this knowing iis ni-rit-, i.ud leelion
ll.lei t that one trial w ill secure for it a h uiie iu evi.ry
Do not waste nuny with Coughing, when so small
an investment will euro you. It may In had of any ro
spcctahlivlruecist iu town, w lio will furnl.h J ou w if'
a iir:ulur of genuine u rllfuates of elites il lias made
C. O. Ci.AltU & C".. Proprietors,
Nmv Davi:n, Ct.
ti.- At wholesale, by John-ton, Hollow-at ,tci owileii,
S3 North Sixth Street, Philaitylpluf. P.i. fur sale by
Drugeists in city, country, and cverywh.-re,
ept '.' , lecll-liiii
51 VEIISLV SIHELT. NEW 1U,K
Since its organization, has crentad anew era in thQ
history ol wlndesniliiig Teas in thi. country 'I hey
liavo iuirioiuceii liu ir M'letti, 'tis oi Tens, nnd
urc tilling them nt not over two cent-( 0.'
Cents) per pound idiovu ci st, never do
V iaiing Iroiu the one price us cd.
Another peculiarity cif tlio Company i lliatthelr Tea
Tater nnt only devotes bis lime to the m lection of
theirTc.i as In quality, nluu - lid particular rt) lea
for particu'ar lotalities cf country, but he helps 111' lea
buyer tn ihoo-e out up III ir euoriiioun -toik tilth 'Peas
ns nre bet adopted to Ins particular wants, and not
only this but points out In him the best burg. nos.
It is easy tn see the incalculable uihunlagon Tea
lluyer ha iu this eslnbl shiiieut oti-r nil oilers,
If he is nojiiiigo of Tea or the .Matket, if In. time is
Mluablu he has all the benefits of u well orgainz d t)
teui of doing business of immense c.ipiti I. of the J-iuge.
lueut of u professional Tea Paster, and thu knowledge
of turn rior salesman..
Tins i iiabh's all Tea buyirs-nn matter if they nre
thousands of miles from this mark t to pun h.isu on us
good terms In ro as tlm New Vork merchants.
I'tirti.i can or ler Teas nml will b seived by us ns
well ,is thoiitih Ihey i ame Hi 'iiinelves. being sure tog, t
original pai k.uc true vvi ighl nnd tares ; ami 111 1 'Peas
are It arrant. olns r -pri-t-nted,
we issue ul'rice Li t i.f th' l omp.iuy's Teas, w huh
will bu sent toull who or l r it ; ciMipriMiig
Yaumt Hisou, Jntiieriu'. Gun-
poivei- Twnid.uiti Witt Sinn
OOLONG, SOUCHONG, ORANGE ti II SON PEKOE.
Japan 'Pea of cvi-jy description, i olore.l uud uncoloi.
ed. This lit Il ls i u li kind of Ten ditided into four
Classes, namely ; Cargo, In.'li Cirgn. I u '. I must tli.it
ever! jiiu may uuder.taud from description nud tlu
prices annexed that tho Company nro detormi lied lo
uiiili-r-illthe whnluTt i trade
Wu guariiitie to sell nil our teas at nut ntcr two
cents ( IU ceiitsj per pound above cost, b, lieviug this
to bu ol tractive to the many who havu lierelofuru been
lulling enormous prollts,
G I, EAT AMEitlCAV TP. COMPNY.
iMl'otutm and jon.itiis.
No 51 Veaev Slfet. Xutv York.
Bontu&bur", Columbia County, I'et.ntt.
SLIASDODSON. l'roprlr lr.
1 nkespleusuru iniiunniiiHiiig to tlm public that ho
I has lakpii ami thorough y refuted tint fori. II, til
fermi-rly occupied by Robert llageiibuili. I luomslitir.'.
and ia prepared in accomodate travellers teams! ra.
drovers anil boarders. II, s talilu will he supplied with
best products th markets ull'ord. nud his Ibir will bo
constantly furnish d w ith lliu choicest liqunrs,
UrA large and cnimuodlitii stable has b ipii erect id ,
Willi a convenient sl.iblu nttacneil Alt, olive n, tiers
w ill alw ii) a b.i iu atteudaucu, and he trusts his i Idigiug
nil l ii t ion lo cuituuu-ra w ill secure hiiu u liberal sharu tf
lllo ebiirg. P.I.. Nov. S3. If CJ.
E O LB, JlRT A U B i
rrintri, Stoiilshimlcr ii llaiilibool;
.1 A NU FA c T U R li li ;
WiiocciiLi; xko its; . Ditxtxrt in
PRINTING, Witt WRAPPING PAPERS
aoent rot'iiiitrxTxwiisx rsrcR milii.
Main Street, first door below thu Public Spuari,
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
OUIIE YOUR COUail FOltTa D12NT8
The beat uni cheapest I 'loutchold remedy
in tw fVorld.
madame zadoc PortTnrt'a
IRAIF (DID liC oisiasiD
madame zadoc pea.
TUB'S Curntlvo Unlmm ,
wnrrnntcd Ifuieil tctordlnj
Jll cases I'oiiglis, I'oIJi,
v hooping rotish, Aithnm
and nil nfTjctlnni of th.
thront nnd Ldngt.
Mfldntno Zntlnc pottr'
nlsaiii Is prcpnrod with nil
tho roqulsllo skill, Trent &
combination nfiho he.tretu,
cdlcs tho vegetable klnadom
nrrords, Its remodlnl quail,
ties nro b.trod on lis power
tn assist tlio henlthv clr:n
liition afthe blood, throiish
tho Lungs, it i, ,u,t a vfu
lent tetnedy, but ciunllciit -wnriuing,
searching nnd on"
cctvp can be tnken by ts
oldest person or tho younj.
iMa lamZadoc IMrti r's bil.
sain has been In nso by the.
iiiiillc for over 18 years, and
las nc'rired Its present sal.
Iiupl) by being reconimen.
led bj tlinohu have used
it tn their atllkled frlsn.i
Jln.t Important. Madniuo Zadoe Porter's Curatiso
ItaNnni l sol I nt n price which brings It in tho roach
of every one tn keep it convenient fur use, Tho time
ly nso nfn single bottlo will prove to bo worth 1 00
tlnii's Its cost,
NO'l'ICI-.. Snvnyour nioiipvl Do not bo persuaded,
to purchase nrlictes nt -Is tn 1 which do nnt contain
in irtues nan cm uiiiini oi na lamo rort'r'fl Cu
rntlvo Ualsani, thcenst ofiiianiifactiirlng which Is as
grea ns nimo.t nuy other medii Inc ; and the very low
prece at which ft i sold, makes the prolll. to tho aell.
pi nppa. 'inly small, ami iinptl'iplptlod di alers wl'i
somelinies rccniiimend other iiiedlcincs nn whirhthilr
profits nro InrireMinlo the customers insist unnn
tiiiviiif Madame Potter's and nono othT Atk for
Mndamo I'nrti t's I urnlive I alam irlco 1'lcents, and
Mi large bottles at Oi op'tf. and tako no other.
Cv'Soldhyall Driiggl tsnml Storekeeper!' nt 13 ct.
h.. l in larger bottl" ni '.'5 cents.
HALL, RUCKLE, Pr prletori, Now York
U 11 I T
T E N D EN'S
N. E. cornet vj th ami Ches'nut Strtttt
Tin I-tsTtTi'Tioi, which was established in IR14 rnd
l now consequeiilly In the eighteenth year f Iti cxlit
enrp, iiiinibi'rnmoutr its graduatP". Inindrsda of tho
mostsuccessfiil .Merchants 'iitd lluslnuss Men cf tur
TititOniccT of thi Institution lsol ly toarrirdyo'inr
men facilities for thorough preparation for hutin.fs,
Tnr. ItaANcitES Tiuaiirare, HucU-Ueping, ns applica
ble loth' vaii.ius department of trade; I'tnanrhip,
both plain nnd (iriiiinwnl.il s Cnmme'cicl late Ma'lii.
mnlien. XacipntlO'i L'iiit Engineering, Jrauiig. I h)n.
agorpiyi end .tttlert Lnngnvges .
Tin SvsTim 01 I.Mri fcrin.i is p-cullar : no class si or
set lessons ure made 11 11 of b it i nch student is tmrht
1 11. IU i.lually, so that lie may coiniueiici'iit any time, end
attend nt w h'ltevcr hours nro most cnuv.UMiit.
I'ATstni.iis nreiisuod oiii;niynfter tho lSth of April
contilhlng iiniuos of tin stu lent, for til yeir.nnil full
pnriietil.irs of t-riu-, ice. and mny bo obtained ei iny
lime by nddr-'sing the Principal.
Is rxTKHivs Acr.oMtnoiTinsi. vldt-tpreod rrputatisn
nml th leiiisthit eiperieme rfth' Vrineipal. tins in .titu
Hnn oirer fiii'ililies u perior to any other In the coun
try f ryoti ia nicn wlMng toprepnre for busii, as
mill to ol'tain nt th ' snuie time a toPloma. vhirh uiti
pr-vea rrrinir,mi,itfMi I'ur thein them to any Mtrcfee.11
l'Oi'irrxDin's rcrif of Tre'titti en I'ouE-K'rr.r-tvn
liow nor,i widelycirculutjillhan any otlnr wgrlt
011 the subject, nre fur jIj nt the Cnlpg;.
3. HODOES CHITTENDEN,
Jan. Cj-130.' 12m.
' EVANS ,1- WAT.Si.JN -
,. .'.vi-.'-V SALAMANDER ? TT.3, P
.' y t..V.'i;'' MOVED to Xo. ihicifA Var.4
. .ri),-';'il-'i,ii 4'r"i, r'iit,ililpi.a. have 0,1
i s'-'V-r nml a large nsenrtmeiit cf I ,
.' ' 'ifit' v ThlerproorSaIaiiianlerS.tr .
, !-rV"V'; "f Iso. iron doors, f 1 banks ni '
.",Vi-. p.SySsf e'oies, iron shult ri, iron rasli. it
" " niakss of locks equal to any rnnlj
111 the United f-'lntrs.
lite Scfcf in one fr. All earn cut right; urtt crs
tents in eood ejnditton.
Th" Salaniandcr Sares of Philadelphia ngsimt ,'
EVANS k WAT." ON,
have had the surrst ileiiins'ratlon in the f -Mowing c-t
tilicnte Hint their niauufiiuure i.f S.-iIainan ! r S-if, a hss
t length fully warrant d th r- pr 'scnliitioiia which l.a
been inndi' of th 'in us rendering an iimlnubtjd s cu..'
against tli.- terrific lKiii nt.
Philadelphia April 12. 1-5 .
.Vessrt rinus.v Walton- (ientlJiueii ll nff..n s
Hip hiiih.-st satlsfaetioii to stnte tn you, tint iie.u.: '
Ihe veiy I'n.tettn, quallti S'ftrtonl l!i S,.Iai. .i.'u,
Safes whiih we puri-lii, d of yo i snum tlv.- intuit 1, aini,
wo saved a larsc portion of jewelry, nml -ill our h- 1
J;c exposed In th cniaiuinuus.llre itiRausltad place
th" morning nfrh 11th iut.,
WI1111 we r, tl;it Ih.t th a saf's were located in f
fourth soiy ol'th Imildini! in occupied .111 1 that tl
f di subsequently ititou li ap ofburmng ruins, wh- r .
vim roue, oiiiiuoii 01 mo 11 -at catiseii in or iss tnnti.f ',
in It. we c.'Uinit but -egard th pr. scrv.iti'.n of th ir v .
liable contents as umst convincing proi f of the great
curity alfordod by your snt ;s.
We shall Hike great pi nsuroiii recommending ll:' I. i
iiienofbusiii ssnsnsnr ri liauce again -t fire.
(iEOltOi; U. SIMMONS di I1RO.. jttu.,n.
t-They haw since pnrcl.as.'d .ii large SoTe, .
July So, leu.'. Aiuu.aj. B'
K'Kfi'i'Jitl 'i CSt S'rllEy,
Nos. 0,11,13, 15, 17 Couttlnnilt St'p
NE Ml nilOADWAY, NEW YDillC CP r
Tills old-cstahlii-h-d and favorite resort of Hip Ul
liesa Couiiuuuliy h is luen r 'c ntly refill d, nml is , ,
ptete in overythiue that can uu,,irt"r to the n.i.iiori-
Its patrons l.adl.'s uu.l famili.'s are sp nally nio' 1
lull) provided for.
It I- ti ntrally locnted In tho bu loess part of Ihe ci '
and is onliguoiiB tn tho principal lines i.f aieauibof:
cars, oiunibiisses ferih s.
In ciisjqueuce of iln pressure causoj by tho P.oL.
1 Hmi, 1'rn.o. Imvu been reduced to
On? Dollar a- l iu tii Cents per Da:
'I he table is limply supplied with all the luxuries
Hie sea'on, mid is equal to mat uf any other hotel i,i t
Ample accointuo latious aro off red for upw ard of '
Xy Do not believe riimiTs harkm-ii, and otlierj
muv say "the Western llot' l Is full."
D. D. WINCHESTER, Propriety .
TIIOS. D. WINCHESTER,
f'M!'!7;i ii? n;v
' I 111". Proprietorof this wi ll-known r,n-l e -ntr-illy
1 ted House, til i CulUM-b llorii, -.tilt" in
Street, in lllooiu-liurg, iiiiiiij.'i.iU'Iv 'ii-,, site the C.
bi.i County I'ourt 1 1 on -u, re-qiei liuli; i .,,nu-1 is ir
ami the public in general. Ih.it his in, i- is now
der for tin1 r 'eeptinn .in leuteit.nniin m 1 1 u.iv. h-r
may f.-el dispos, tl lo favor it w ith III -ir i iistom. Hi
spared mi -.p u-e iu pr-'p.niu" th .- E.i i. .-n.i-.. fo
out, i iiiimiii ut of his guests, iieitlr i ah. ill I ln-r- h
thiui! waniuii ton his pari, lo miunter to llieir p '
comfort. Hi,- houso is spacious tin I eigoys an , x.
hutiin ts loe-ntlou,
LC' Omnibuses run nt nil time- h t'.v e n the Exe
Hotel and thu iiirious Rail Una I D -pot., by whu I
elera wnl he pl"iis.iull co'iveyi d li mid from'.
siiectite Stuliuua in due time tu n.eel th Cure
WM. II. Ut
lllnonisliurg. July 7, lel'0-
IS e w Drug vtok
WHOLESALE AND HE TAIL
rPIIE iiudi risni d would inforii'
th- ir Irii'llds a,
luken the sla '
1 pulilie genernllj .rh.it tln-v lini'i
ini-rly oi-iiipi l by O o M. Hag. lib o Ii lulh'l.xri
Hull iing. mi M ull street, m llluoiusbiir", where I,
just rei eiveu a lull tupp y uf
fiU&'ii'is, i13 licani', EN'.iisls, C
DiiiJiips, & ,
Willi h will b sold mi iu, i lerate taruis for ren I,
AIo, NOTION'S generally, of every lariety. s
Physicians' prescriptions carefully coinpuii!,.
nil limes an. I on slum notice.
li.."" Onrif.-ilinnoiy of the best selections;, I''
Water iu season.
1 f A sham of the public custom is reipec
EYER li .V
Clonnishurg. April 11. IEG3.
"TIN WAKE it Tl)V!0 SIL'
rpillJ uuilersigiieil respectfully iuforius his
X uud custoiuprs. that he has purchased h.
iili'iest in the iibovii pstablisluiieiit.uu i Iln c '
hereafter bu conducted by himsclf'-xi lusively
. Ile has niit leceived uml oll'urs fur sal
est and most cxlunsivo assortiiieut of
STOYES ever iiitrn.luccihsntu this i,
Ills stiu k consists of a coniplet tu..
he Ii - st Conking nml pallor stoves iu rlu marr
er Willi Stovn fixtures of ucry .leeription.
Ilux Stovoa, Radiators, Cjlindar Stoves, Cr.st
Tight stoves. Cannon Stoves, tec. Ice. Bio ,
Tin w ure constantly on h mil nnd iiiiinufaitun
All kinds of rcpaluiu! done, as usual en shut'
The palrimago ol old llieuds alia new cu
peetfully solicited. A. .M. It' ' 1
Itloniiibh.irg, Novemlinr.ld lPf.n. if
I'or Willi llcI A rr.t i
fe nnd SicruUrj eomluiiMl-iirply w ) O 'i
ItVttflDtTr?. I ttprt. If