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THE ORNAMENTATION OF CEM
ETERIES, Wo quoto from the Gardeners'1 Chroni
rea short articlo on this subject, inter.
cting to ninny at this aau timo, when tho
fairest nnd bnghtost of our land arc sleep
ing so quietly, leaving only their graves
to our lovo :
"A correspondent has writton to aek
our opinion upon tho following question,
which nppcrs to bo daily becoming more
worthy of consideration : 'Should como
terlcs bo decorated with the gayest flowers
that can bo obtained : or, would it not
look far moro in character with tho plaeo
to substitute trees, Bhrubs, and plants of a
sober tint I
"Now wo look Hpon this question as in
volving considerations of pure tasto and
feeling, upon which any person possessing
those qualities is oapable of giving an opin
ion ; wo thercforo should bo very glad to
snow tho views of any of our correspond
ODtS who have considered tho matter. wllile.
... , '
Without aS6UmiDlI tho airs of an 'arbiter
, . fa u
clegantiarum,' wo vanturo to express our-
BUIVCB very ueciUCUiy 111 lavor Ot tbC Surilb3
ui tjuiuurc iiuc, anil arjainst tllO cauuV
r . ,
IlOWeri. Ur poihaps We should like best
01 ail 10 KCCp tUO general foaturCS of a
. " , I
Cemetery to BOmo extent SOUlbrc and fu-
lieral, Whilo WO should wish tho tendcrestl
.mi;.., j i .. ,, . ,, . ,
emotions to oe raised by tho sight of m
diviilnnl rnroa 1.,1,iP..1I .1 I
. (vu v..w.i.iuijf uuiuu lor,
renaerea pleasing to tho eye, soothing to
the mind, with a few siniplo wild flowers,
and iragrant with primrose, violets,
swectbriar, tho saered lobor of somo fo-1
male hand, tho tribute of some lovincr ' i'ekcu hlv's:. '
t i o..i. a . . ,fa,CLiRtT linows,
m-uik. oittu uowers 01 naiuro speal: lor 1
l,nm.t. !. ..11 if. ... . .
uamstiiw i vuii mcir own taie. i
But, perhaps, to confino ourselves to such
as theso would bo imposing too narrow a
limitation; Turcly thcro can bo no ob
ject to tho presenco of any flowers that do
not require tho continual labor of the gar
dener and his men, provided that they
arc not introduced into tho walks, or rang,
cn in elaborate patorrcs, which would givo
a notion of paid for work, and not bo sug
gestive, as they manifestly should be, of an
offering of affection, a labor of love.
Among the flowers that would seem lo be
most appropriate, one thinks of the modest
enowdrop, peeping above ground ero tho
winter is gone tho harbinger of spring,
or the crocus expanding its beauteous flow
ers on tha first cheering sunshiny day;
Anemones, bright and hopeful ; bluo bells,
tweet and elegant, hanging down their
heads; the true old fuchsia cocoiner, with
peuded spray, but not its vulgar 'improve
ments.' All those are admissible, and our
fnir readers will easily thing of a multi
tude of others qu.te as appropriate.
"It appears to us that the ondeavor lo
harmonizo outward objects with our in
ward feelings is a true mark of delicacy
and refinement; and, on tho contrary, tho
abrupt introducing of matters perfectly in
congruous with onr framo of mind, over
must be harsh and jarring to the sensitive.
To 'rcjoieo witli them that do rejoice, aud
weep with them that weep,' it is at onco a
Christian maxim, and tho dictato of a
warm and sympathising nature. To make
cemeteries into a gay promenade would be
as painful to tho feelings, and almost as
much out of place as dancing at a funeral,"
"W. Jones, a veterinary surgeon of Lon
don, gives the following simple rules for
shoeing horses :
"1st. After having taken off tho old
shoe, shorten the too, and romove all tho
dead and loose parts of tho hoof. Do not
cut tho solo or pare tho frog, except when
tbo feet has received an injury fron a nail
or otherwise, when it must bo cutout.
u2nd. Let tha sbe bo of equal thick"
neBS, or rather thinned at tho heel. The
ground and foot surfaoo should bo perfect
ly lovel. Tho shoo should be light on the
hcol. Too many nails aro objectionable,
and theso should bo kept as far as possible
from tho heels.
"3d. For tho hind feet there is no ob
jection to calking, though they aro of
doubtful benefit. Horses travel better
without them. Tho hind shoos aro mado
thicker at the toes than at tho quarters,
tho nails also can bo put closer to tho
heels without causing inconvenience.
"4th, Side clips should be avoidcd,they
destroy the hoof; tho same is tbo case
when tho nails are too closo together,
Tho feet should never bo rasped, as it do
otroys tho enamel of tho hoofs, reudcrs
them brittle, and causes sandcrack, and
''5th. Expansion is a fatal error which
has led to many abuses in shoeing, such
S3 pairing oil the solo and frog, rasping off,
the hoof, etc Tho elasticity oftho foot,
which is, howeve, very limitetl, exists onljr!
in tho upper part of tho hoof, principally
round the comet. On tlio lower part and
the tor it is nil,"
To Staiw a Balky IIonsE. Fill Jus
mouth with dirt or gravol from tho road
and he'll go. Now don't laugh at this but -
tryit, The plain philoiophy oftho thing
U it gives him somethiugehc to think of.
We have been it tried a hundrod timon and
:t hse myer failed,
feciit;v(Ks mimic sviuii'
SCIIGNCK'B PULMONIC aYIHIP
sciiBNCK'a pulmonic svnur
BCItENCK'S PULMONIC BYRUP
OONSU MP T I ON..
SUIIENCK'S HHA WEED TONIO
D Y S P E P S I A.
SCHE.NCK'S SEA WEED TONtC
bciibn'oK'S s7iXvni:n tonic
BCIIENCK'S HUaTveED TONIC
FCIIENCK'S MANDP.AKE PILLS
BCIIENCK'S MAN11RAUE 1'II.I.B
BCIIENCK'S MANDRAKE rit,L3
SCIIENCK'3 .MANDRAKE PILLS
I ...,.. . , ..
nil. J. II. SCHENCMiasn, largo suit of mom, nt No
32 Hond Street Now York, whore lie, can bo found every
Tuesday, from n ii. m. to dp. m., and at No. 3J North
Hizlli Street. I'll! adclllhla. Ph.. evcrv Siitnsil.iv.
" kcP " ''"ee supply of medicines nt his room",
winrataii bo ".in . " uiuiij. iiiuau msning num.:
" nn examination of the Lungs will do well tocnll on ,
m ns above. Ho makes no charge for ndvice, but for
prVcSriiuV csaml"a"" ""' Kpi'"'t' "i
.Many persons arc mrnici to imvoiiiciriuiiBscainiri.
.l I... 1. Li.KnlinL' r.. T..n IhnH .. Ill I.a ln I 1
!U"1 mat mean it n put on until it is ton late, now
iiiuih better It would bo to know thcirconditiou at once,
certificates in this city that ho lias cured advanced
singes of Consumption.
Dr. yehench's Principal Offlco la No. 3'J North Sixth
street, Plilladclpliia, where lcttcra for advico should be
Price of the I'ulnionic Byrup ,n.i Sen Weed Tonic
each $1 per bottle, or .5 thu half dozen. .Mandraku
puis, sa cents nr box.
For snlo by nil DruggUts and Storekeepers.
iitiouer J, icuj.-j
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
I, lour Onti.v,
TV,r iiuin sub- -ivnn?n.. n.i mi.. 1 , , , 1
Rarf? 1 i.bn L r,Cj G00rS' s'ia"l9 j
11,'.. Uf f V "JH, i-V Gl0y,is-,l'omict8
Hats, rea t hew, Kid (.loves, Children's
Clothing and nil kinds of
H earing Aypnrel.
SST-ASAVIX6 OF 80 PER CEST
For 23 cents you can order ns mnnv rrood wnniil !
othcruiso cost Ave times that sum. Various shades
can be produced from tho sum Dye. The process is '
simple, nnd any one can tiso the Z)yo with perfect sue- I
Directions ill English, Trench nnd German, inside of j
, ,r.f"rt!"!' i"fornlio.n l' Vylog and giving a per-1
lectKiionicnio wnai colors aro nest adapted to dyo
over others, (with many valuable recipes.) purcluso
Ilowo & Htepliens- Treaties on Dyeing and Coloring.-
Sent by mall on receipt of pjice, 10 cents. ,
tiunuiaciurea oy iiuwk c HTBvnNS.
cT'l or sale by Druggists and Dealers generally,
December li!, 1803 linos,
THE people of the county of Columbia
are respectfully, informed that the undcrsigneJ
has fu. sale, nt tbo
ItECOI DKIVS CiPVirP
J(l,L Ulx.lJJlx. O Ul'tJLl.,
IN 11LOOMSUUUO. 'I'll H 1111ST AND CHEAPEST
Tobo found anywhere in the County, consisting of
tXTd.lnr.deM :,,9 "0,'lors -
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOOKS,
;. Comprising History. Poetry, ficlioii.The-
&L2cy , n , - . . ,V ,
....., ..,..".' JVS.i.. if'., ,'!"b .lc!"n.6'. .fr,.,
order; by sp'rial arrangement with New York Afcnls.
9 EiTIWdES A'jTEO
Trrrra l-vnirrMnxTmo omniiTnmn
BOOKS, DOCUMENTS, PAMPHLETS
and Speeches; and copies of the United Slate,, nnd
State constitutions in , arious styles, always on Und.
Bloomsburir Nov 7 1FM JOHN C 1KLLL. ,
iiioomsourg, lov. i, Ibo.i.
jTpvcr. f. ,.. J
"' J t
New Drug Store,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL
rpiiu uniiersigneu wotilil inrorio their friends nnd tho I
X public gcnorally.Uiut they have taken the stand for- i
uui'iiiit i.j- ,i.u. iiiiui:iiiiiii.ii, lu nil; IjXCII.lllgC
lluilding, on .Main street, in Uloomsburir, uhcro ho has
jmi receivcu a mil supply oi
fireegis, Medicines, Paints, ails,
JLiUIHllS, cVC ,
Which will bo sold on modcrato terms for ready pay.
Also, NOTIONS generally, of every variety, tort and
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, at
all times and on short notice.
Confectionery uf tho best selections, and Sr'odn
Water in sensou.
,. La" A share of tho public custom is respectfully so
licited. L'YEIl li .MOVER.
Cloomsburg, April 11, 180D.
Till! undersigned informs the citizens of Iiloom.
and neighborhood, that ho lias taken tho largo room
nt tho Exchange lllock, extending over.llorney Stoliner
lidkery, and tho llookstoro where he lias put in
nlargeSkylijll, It isonly by Pkylightthat good pic
tares enii bet! xen especially groups wlieru each person
can bo taker. ist ns well ns separate.
Hohasgon to considerable expense tn inako his ca
tablishmout first class one, and ho therefore solicits a
liberal patro ige toenablo him, to constantly introduce
thomoda 1 improvements of tho nrt.
E?" Coin -y produce taken in Exchange for pictures
Illoomsburg, Nov. 23 lPfll. Nov. 0 'i2
II. G. II 0 W E It,
IU'SrECTPULLY offers hi. iirof,,..
ioual services to tho ladies nud genlle.
men or lilooiiisburg and vicinity, Ho is
nrcnared to atU'iid to all tin, vfirimiu
operations in the line of his profession, and is provided
with tho latest improved VOKCKMIA TKF.TJt ; lilcli
uill beinsertcil on eold. ulutina. iilvnr an. I mMuoin..,
tolookivcll as tho natural teeth
mineral pinto nnd block teuli Manufactured nnd nil
operations on teeth, carefully nnd nronerlviiiii.nili.il in
Itesidenco and oilicc u few doors nbovo tho Court
jjousr, s,iiou siuo.
iiloomsburg, JuuoO. UG3,
STILZ & IIAR'I'LKY,
f'niiunliilfitinn li.-itilf MnllHI nrr
320 North Third Street between Vine A
June so, ifC3-iy. imuladelpiiia.
LIGHT STREET, Columbia couuty, Fc
rpIIE undersigned lias located at tho above name
.1 hotel, formerly occupied by Peter Scliug, and solii
its a share of public patronage.
U7 (lood accommodations for man and beast. It
bctt kind of liquors at ths bar.
J. a. KICK, Proprietor,
THOMAS BROWN, Barber.
ULooMBBona, columhia co i-a.
ep in uovn uoui Alter- neii tne vtnorn oratf
GOME 0NE1 COME ALL ? 1
J. J BROWER
WILL exposo to salo every day th'i3
I'm nnil Winter. (Pund.iys excepted,) n largo
nriil well selected nssnitmont cC
American French ;unl EtiRilsli (Jowls,
Just from io Eastern tnfttkets. Flntn Dicss floods arn
the Intent fashion, such ns Cashmcru Merinos, Tula
Moknlr Bilk Finish, Alpoccns of nil shades.
DE LA INS at 18, 22, .25, 1)1 and U5 cts.
CALICOES from 18 to 25 cents.
SHAWLS A Mi wooii, long &
squaro, at prices to suit
NUBIAS AND WOOL HOODS
or EVERY DESCnirtlOS.
Cloths, Cassimers and Jeans, for Men and
Hoys wenr, cheap. Dailies' Collars, Cuff, Blcovca,
Head Net, mill dress trimmings.
Hhachcd and Unbleached Muslius,
will tic told nt n very s matl advance.
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroidoring Braids, fe
small wares in great variety.
Liucn Carpet Chain
and cotton yarn.
Hoots and Shoes,
Indies' (-niter s, toilet slippers, children's gaiters and
shoes, mid n lama stork tt select from nt nil
IirtccH. Trunks nnd nil clnlli satchels,
tluccnsworo nnd Hardware,
Sk K O. 3 ;K, X g ,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
nt low tiriecf. nnd In fact utmost cvrrvthlnc in inv lino
, that may ho called fur, an I havo purchased n much lar
der Hock nf goods than usual, nnd hiii dctcrniiiicd to
sen them nt very small prnnts.ior rc-auy pay.
Ladies Mill llnd it tn their advantage to buy their
Dross Hoods nt this cstnlilWimenl. n 1 will presen to
every l.ndy customer, who may dosiro It, one of .Mad-
...... t,.,nrn-,'u I-.-.. .1 .n ..qui.,... nlt n.t.l .....
ihu .Mirror of Fashion, Just published, with lull mid
rcnao'e ucfcri pnon ot mo latest raris lawions
uioomsburg, Sept. Sii. im.
jj & ji, rji ANTHONY,
ji A NU I' ACTU U CR3 Of I'll OTOO U A I'll IU
M A T C It 1 A 1. 8,
501 Broadway, New York.
Our Cataloguo now embraces considerably over four
inousauii iiiiierciiieuiijeci8i,iu ivuicn nuiiiiioiis urc con
ituually being made) of Portraits of Hmlncut Amrrl
cans. etc.. vir. : '.il.Mnlor-fieiicrals. I'.'U llrig (cucrali.
2S'J Colonels, 64 l.leut.-t'nloiicls, V(17 other" (JllicorB, CO
Navy (Juicer, Cii MatcMucn, 127 Divines, 1 10 Authors,
M) trusts, 11- ctagc, w rromincnt women, j 17 l'ruin
incut l'oreign Portraits.
2,500 C.wiY.s of Worlcs of Art,
Including reproductions of the most cclebrateil Hngra-
vingg, runnings, oniiues, ate. catalogues soul on re.
ccipt of staoii. An order for 0110 do.en pictures from
our Catalogue will bo tilled on receipt ofSl.tl), and
seni uy iiiau, ireo. k
Ot these wo maniif.ictiire n great variety, ranging In
1M,.. limn tviup i ijuu r.iwi,
Our Albums have the reputation of being superior in
beauty nnd durability to any others. The smaller
n ml 3 ran no sent saieiy hy mail nt 11 postage of six
cents per oz. Tho more expensive can bo sent by ex
press. IV'o aUo keep a lar;o assortment of Stcrescopes nnd
Ftcrescoplc views. Our Catalogue of theso will ba
sent to any aenrcs 011 receipt 01 stamp, u. tell. T
Anthony. 'Maiuif.icturers of l'liotograpliic Alaterlals
SOI llroadway, New York
l'rlcnils or relatives of prominent military men will
sent to nny af.ilre.'g 011 receipt of stamp. Jj. 11. T
confer u favor by sending us their likenesses to copy,
iney win oo Kepi caieiiiuy nnu rciuruco iiiiinjitrca.
1'iuo Albums made to order for congregations to pre.
sent to their Pastor, or for other purposes, with suita.
i,in (ncrrintinna. a ,.
T1IK (IIIUAT WORLD'S t'AIU EXHIBITION 11V.LV
IN' LONDON lol
miincs f " unnionv
TllUb. W. iMAT loOi
w. nwardn,l Ihn Prir.o Med.
nu r Tils soneroritv over 'ill 'JCL-tl. J, 'it
J utit i , u Kv4&?
ttX ,"r 1 is iinrovei, eiits A W Wtf&V
i iiiiprovtiiKiiis J&&yV,fjp
I "ling in, ciiii, i unit
Maiiufneturornfi:inslii-tMl --iail f
li i. i ...
Spring solid Solo I.ealhcrand solid Uivcted Iron Trame
.Uses, Ladies Hat Uases, Carpel
Umbrellas nnd Hobby Horses,
, Wlieclbcrruws. &c. which lie
is prepared to sell nt tho lowest manufartiiiitor iriri.
' 4U1 M AUKLT STIIEET, one door nbeve rouith,
South side, l'llILADEI.l'IHA,
3Sals room on the lirst floor.
i lG-'Tmnk neatly repaired or .'Xchaiigod for new
', ones. Call and see, or wo sell very cheap for cash.
f.'ov. H, IflKI 13mo.
I National FmTZryT
BliOOAISIiUUG , COLUMBIA CO., PA.
;T"U subscriber proprietor of tho above named .
older "fir0 t0"'
All IUlltlS Of llaCllilUTy,
I for Colleries.Illast Furnaces, Stationary Engines, Mills
TIIKI'.SIIINT. .MACIIINL'S.fcO.. &C.
He is also .ircnared to make Stove,, all slr.es and
'li'n,",',;!,""'' 5111,1 everj tiling usually made in
"is extensive t.uililies and practlcnl uorkmen, war-
jautthimiii reciving the largest contracts on the
mo-t reasonable terms.
'j,"1"1 ki"j8 t0 takC" in CIchan!'e t0
I ,,ia establishment is lora.cd near tho Laokawan.
,m . niooiusburg Uallro.nl Depot,
m.omsburg, Sept. 12. 18C3.
- - .... . . , -
ft ATE COL, R. B. J0KCS, I
77 Dock Street, nest door to tltc
Jt . in -i i i i -
l 0 UUlCO, rllllailelpllia
fPhis well known establi'hini'iit maintains its usual
J. celebrity, aud its well known repuiatioii of bciiiy
HOTEL ON THE EUIIOPEAN PLAN
Shall bo sustained. Itooms may bo had at nil hours
par night, M7 cents j per week, $2 50, per month, SH.
The liar and Eating Departments aro furnished Willi
the best of everything the market can produce.
GAME, FIIUIT, VEGETABLES,
nnd delicacies of every cllino may be had nt n momo i'
Meals at 12 centB nnd upwards, and may bo had from
5 A. .M. till 2atniglit, Ucnllemen may rest assured
that no expense will bo spared to render this Hotel n
J. OTTENKIltK, Propr.
March 7, 13U3-3ni,
PUBLIC SQUARE, WU.KES-BAUHE. l'.t.
TiiKiin'Icrsigncd, having taken this well-known stand
(formerly of Major Puterbaugh), respectfully mHi
its tlio patronage of tlm public.
No pains will bo spared in nny of its departments, to
render rntisfattion to nil guest. Tho TAULE nud tho
UAU will alwuys bo supplied with tho
HGST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
K7 Rood t-'tabling for Horses and nttcntlve llo.ilers.
Tho "Eschango" is eligibly situated on tlm Public
Square, and has therefore peculiar advantages to per
sons attending Court or doing business in llio public
allices. Charges moderate.
N. I!. Wlicnover you como lo town, please call.
II. J. YAPLE.
Wilkes-narro, Nov. 15. 1SC2!
KEW JEHSEY L.WDS FOU SALE,
GARDEN AND ERUIT FARMS,
Suitable for Grapes, Peaches, Pears, liaspberrles,
Strowborrlrs, Ulni kberries, Currents, ic, of I. '.'15,
10 oa ill) acres eaeh, at the following prices for tho
present, via: '.'0 ncres tor P20U, 10 acres forSUU,3
acres for S'M, Hi acres for 3 10, 1 acre for i JO. l'a) ablo
by ono dollar a week.
AUo, good Cranbury lands, and village lots in Cheat
wood. 22 by 100 feet, nt $10 each, payable by oua did
lur n week. The above land nud luriiis. nre situate a
Chcatwnod, Washington township, llurlingtnii county
New Jersey. For futlhor information, upply, with
P. O. Stamp, for a circular, to
II. FRANKLIN CLAKK.
No. SO Cedar Street, Xew York, N. Y.
January 17, 103,
STOVE AND TINMVARE SHOP.
'IllE unersiirncd would inform Iho ntiznn.nr
I lllooiiiiburg and vicinity, that lie husjust o
eived and oilers for sale one of Ihu mottcxtoiisivo
assortments of COOKING unci FANCV STOVEr
over introduced into this market, Tho Christopher (.'(
iimbus, James ltobbaud Olobeuro among thu lirt el.is
cookiug gtovos,all of which nro nir-tightandgosbiiruui
III. Parlor stoves are handsome und the assortment tl
ried. ALSO Particular attention is paid to Tin-Wan
nud House Spouting, upon short notice, All kinds ot
repairing will bo done with neatness and despatch.
ItJ- uountry prouuru tuKt'ii in exchange for work.
PHILIP S. .MOYEK,
liloomsburi', May 10, ltfi2.
iilaDtson Sg i)om,
51. & T. P.lA'ATSON
L I VEll Y S TA 1) I. E A TTjhliED.
nos.ru !Uciim Sr, Cmwiiiii Mihit 4. AHfH,l'a.
KOT X), lIKr
r pillB INSTITUTION Is under III solo mnnaj-oniont
J nnu ulrccilon or lror, u, tv, L ,kll, so ions Prin
cipal Of IllO
m.wiMMrox coMMF.rici. : . cot.tv.ap..
Tho course of Instruction emlirm - nil tho requisites
of n thorough practical business .uentlnu, nnd li.n
been lately extended by the Intro.' ilotiofnn Actual
lliis ines Con He, in which the Bin ut engages in llio
n'Riilar routine nl business ttmu uons, vxemplillcd
mill riiinl1l.irl7.eil by menus n n t' r-, (In which tho
dttunl lutlntm of liiiyiiii; nnd eeiti J goods Is curried
on by each Htudeiit.) nud Itiinlnoxp illeo-. viz: ll.-i nka
of Issue nnd Deposit, llnll'lloailii aid Bteniu-lioatius
l'ost Olllcc, Teternpli, &c, he,
The Proprietor lias spared no' or expense In ma
king this Course tho most thor. i nud complete of
nny ever presented lo tho pulilp , , ud frits fully as
sured Hint alter having been himself engajed In actual
business, nud having hnd many years' experience nt
teaching tlm fclnco of Aciuunts, ami being nlded by
n full nnd ctlkclent coma of teacher., ha will ha on.
bled to m.-ikii thorough and successful graduates of all
who may pluco themselves under his charge,
In this essential branch of a buslnss education no
Collsgu on'ors better facilities lo tlm learner. The
fipencerl.ni system will bo taught in all Its wirietles hy
tlm most skillful masters of tho hit. Specimens of
Writing from this Institution have received I lu highest
encomiums from tho press.
Tor general information, terms, tic, ndilreis for Col.
lego .Monthly, which will bo mulled freoj ror speci
mens of l'ciimnnship, rnelojc two three cent stamps.
Address 1). V. M)T,I,1,, Principal.
Lowell's Commercial College, r,lnghimiloii, N. Y.
P. S. Ono of Hitler tc Uuncnii's No. 1 hijlily linlfhod
fine, perfect point, ipilll spring (iold Pens, "I Hi holder
iiml enso, wnrrnntod for nno year nnd to suit, will bo
sent, free of charge to any one who will remit S'J, 50 to
the nbovo nddress.
Octobei 3, iw.'l ly.
NATIONAL C03131EIIC1AL ;0LLi:ES
s.e. ccnxnnrni and chestnut sts.,
New Yorli City, Jfrnofdyn, Atbaii, Troy
Buffalo. Detroit, C.lcv'iland, Chicago,
and 6V. Lotus.
flook.kooplng. Penmanship. Commercial Arlthmetit
Commcrclnl Law, 1'orms, Correspondence, &c, piait
These Cullegcs bcjng under the same general audio,
cnl lnanngcnient, and uniting lu each tho ndvniitago
of nil. oirer greater facilities lor Imparting inslruai l
than any other similar institution in the country.
A Scholars hip issued by any oiiuisgojd in all fci n
Tho Philadelphia Collogo has been rccenily cnlau
nnd reHiriiished in n superior niaiiiicr, nud i, nowfl I
largest and most prosperous Commercial Institution If
Ilrynnt & Strntton's scries of Text Hooks, cmbrao
Ilook.kci'ping, Commercial Arithmetic, and Commcr
Law, forsnlo.nnd sent by mall.
tCl'orfull particulars seudfor acircular,
October If, le.ui2-.12m.
aIII". underslgnt-iris ntso mtrnstvety engageiT the
tJnilcrtnUnir Jlusinrss. nnd Uociisroimi.'iiitlv mi Imn.l
nd for salo at liis Wnreroonis, n largo .isioriiiieut of
FINISHED jg COFFINS,
Hy which ho is enabled to till onle ri ml nroaPMl.'itinti
ALSO Ki ens a L'Ood Horse nod Ifn.irwi,. nn,l will ,i! nl
times be ready to attend l'linerels.
SIMON C. SIUVE.
niooiushorg, January l?i9
FILE HH A R It IV A A
T HE undersigned, grateful for past patronage, resprc
fully informs liNcutiimers nnd th" pobllcgiMierally
that ho ha, just received from the Easteme cities, tli
largebtund most select stock of
Fall and W inter
That has yet been opened in rdoomsluirg, tn which he
invites tho attention of Ills fricmls. .in, I .n. Hiem
that tiiey nre ollcred for sale at great bargains. Ills
, Stock comprises a large assortment of
I GENTLEMEN'S WEARING APPAREL,
Consisting oi i-'asiiionasi.k Dai:s Coais, of every des
criptiun; Pants, Vests, .Shuts Cravats Sucks, Cotton
Handkerchiefs, Cloves, Siiticuders, Uc.
! GOLD WATCHES
I a ,n n
Of every descriotion, fine nnd cheap.
N. H. Ilemeiiiber " Loinenlcrg'a Cheap F.itiporitnn.
cull and sec. No charge for examine (ioodi..
Uloomsburg, August 20. le'Ul. (June ld5i.)
First Great Arrival.
MIA & ll'IRTIR (ii
Tho undersigned, has, just replenished his Ptoro
Hon. oin Orangeville, with a well-selected asssrotmeiit
FALL et WINTER CiOOHS
t-onslsling in part of Cloths, Silks, .Muslins. Cnssl-
u" 1i,i,';SJ'i'."1S' (",'!1C0C8;. ''"!. Ilo-leties, Carpets ,
nini i.Aiiits l ani v Dntsi (loons, generally, from 111 to ,
"Sctsund Prints from li toijets
READY MADE CLOTHING.
Hats, Uoot8i!c Shoes Mackerel Molaasscs, Sugar &
itli all other arliles. usually kept in country ft ytet,
to which he invites the early attention of old and low
customers. Having been at tbo City in tho rigkt tmo
bought low und paid cash-bo w ill ho-nhlc to com Klo
with Hie best, and sell for small profits und prt'npl
pay. His friends nru invited to pori in und see- the
. WM FltlTZ.
Orangeville, Nov 7. 180.1.
FORK'S II (I TIL,
I Elonmsbttr", Columbia County, Pennu.
SILAS DODSON, I'iItrielir.
'rakespleasurcinusinouniingto tho public that he
.1 hastakei. and thoroughly relltted tho Forks Hotel
formerly occupied by Unbelt llugenluuh, llloomsburs,
nud I, prepared lo uccouiodnto travellers, teamsteri:
drovers and boarders. II. s table will ho supplied with
best products the markets all'ord, und his liar will be
constantly luruislieu with tlio eholiest li'im.rs,
i u.V-A lingo aiidcomiuodioiu stable has been ererted,
1 with a convenient stable attached Attentive ostlers
i will always be in attendance, and ho trusts his obliging
i ntlc-iitiuu to customers will secure him u llberul slime i f
I lllooiucburg. Pa.. Nov. ill). 11-11 S.
j TINWARE & ToVM SHOP.
alllK undersigned respectfully informs his old friend 1
. nnil customers, that im has purchased his brotheis
' nterest in tlio nbovo establishment, ninlthe ruueeru wils
' hereafter bo conducted by himself encliLiivi'ly.
tie nus just rcceiveil and oilers Tor sale, tho larg
est nun most extensive assortment or J . N u V
STOVEH uver introduced iilvi this market.
His stock consists of n comnlcte nssoitmeut of
lie best Cooking and parlor stoves in the- market, togeth
er with ritovo Futures of every description, Oven nud
Ihu flovcs, lladiators, t'ylindar Kloves, Cost Iron Air
Tight stoves, ('aniicn ritoves, &c, &e. tltovepipo und
Tinw are constantly on hand uud iiiauufactuted to order.
All kinds uf repairing done, us usual, on short notice.
Tho patronage of old friends and new customers re
peetfully solicited, A. ,M. liUPEUT.
Iiloomsburg. November 3d lPOO. tf.
PETER YOHE & SON,
HAVE recently opened a HOOT AM) SHOE SHOP
in Ll(JHTHTJll:i:T, Culuiiibiaeounty,Pii.,aiidrittr
prepared to do tha best work on the shortest uotlceQUt?
at the lowest nrisri, (live Iksx a ssll,
Ayrtl II, ins,
' "iti ti .-uL-'AiiiXv .m".
MOltE MEN WANTED 1
DEVOLUTION IN HIGH rniciis,
LJ1UGE ARRIVAL OF
Fall & Winter Goods,
AT PETEll ENT'S STOKE,
ix uaitr urni'.r.v, cot.v.MiiM cavxrv, pji,
TIAS Just received from Philndelplila, nnd is now
J.'l oponlngjit the old stnnd lately occupied by Mattn
k I'M, a splendid assort men t of
m m &m &&s 33 1 1 w $
which will be sold cheap lor
CAFH OK OOUNTllY PRODUCE.
His stockconslslsof Ladles Dress Goods choicest styles
and latest fashions
HEADY HADE CLOTHING.
BOOTS Si SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In shon hvery thing ttsuntiy kept in n rountry storo
Tlio patroungo of old friends, and tho public general
ly, is respectfully solicited.
Tho highest market price paid for country produce.
Light Street, Nov. 7, 1?C3.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
Fail & Winter Goods,
I'reasy's storr, its Liglil Slroel, l'a.
Who Keeps all Kinds of
In addition to our large stork or Dry Oooits, wo have
n large nnd toll assortment of Ready Made Clothing
for Men nnd Hoys wear which wo nre ilrtcrmiiii'd to
sell cheaper than can bo bought elsewhere. Call nud
see, nnd Judge for yourselves.
II. W. CREASY U CO.
Light Street, Nov. 7. 1S03.
THE XW GROCERY STo R.
MOltE FRESH GOODS.
Just received at Erasmus' New Store.
HaTs and Caps,
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a great vnriety uf notions anil etceto
lastoo numerous to meiiiiini.
OV Putter, Eggs, Meat and prodiuc generally taken
ill exchange for goods,
A. II, ERASMUS.
Iiloomsburg, May tl, lcftf.
rplin subscriber has just returned from Iho Cities
J. with another Icrgo and select ussortmet of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
nmoliiiu.,.1 . HI. 11... ,1.1- 1.A ln 4 rt ... i
wfilch they aro determined to sell on ns moderate , il-'rnis
ns con be nroi-iir..,l ,.Ii.uh,-rii in iiinnn,.i,r in.
mm it iiiiujirises
utuiEit' niihss goods,
ofchoici st styles and latest fashion,
our aooiin. .ixo anocr.MF.s,
n mnii'jini: (uf.f.xw.iue,
CE0.1U WJ1HE, 1W1.WW WjlltE
utox, x.m.s, boots .y shoes
HATS .y CAPS, &c, iyc., .J-c,
III short everything usually kept in rountry Stores
to which In- invite llu- public generally.
The Highest prieo paid for country produce.
S. II. MILLER.
Iiloomsburg. Oct. ii), 1PCJ.
Jewelry and Silver-1 fare.
rpIIE undersigned would respectfully invito vourat
, I tentiun to his well sulecled stock of Fino (iod and
i Pilver Watches Fino Hold Jewelry, of every kind
i"1, ! " 'wr pi .
,uWbV. Lath article
r!- m.?.. . r
ami vnrieiy oi siyics-comprising ait ofthe iiuwct und
nud the oest
un article is warranted
S" Valrhes of Jowlrv carefllllv run niri-il nn,l ,m
(Successors to StailllVr Ac liarlv.
No. 022 .Makklt Br., I'uiL'i.
.. looi .im.
COMMISSION MERC I A NT
IlLOOMSllUIIO, COLU.MIilA CO.l .
E7"rUriCUI,All ATTtNltONOlVt.NKIr'ATl.MT Rl ITS.C0
rjepteinber ii, le'CIl 3m,
JOHN G. YE ACER,
' MANUFACTUIIEK & WHOLESALE HEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
No. 207 North Third Stvcot, Phila'd.
Nev , mi
& WMi GOODS,
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.iQOIEItS IN THE AltMY
CUBE YOUIl COUGH FORI!) CENTS
, The best mvt cheapest Household remedy
771 Itto n onu,
MADAME ZADOO rollTErt'S
MAHAMl! ZADOO l'Clt.
TEH'S Curative llalsam Is
warranted If used eccordlng
to Ihn directions, tn euro In
all c.'i-is Coughs, Colds,
Whooping I'oiigli, Asthiiin
nnd nil Affections of tho
throat and I.ilngs,
Madame Zndnc porter's
r.nlsam ! prepared with all
tho requisite skill, from a
cemblnntloii of the best rem
edies tho vegetable kliindnm
nffnrds, its remedial quail
tics arc h.irod on lis power
tn assist the healthy clrcil
latino nf tliu blood, through
tho I. outs. It is not n vio
lent remedy, but otuolletit
warming, searching nnd elf
ectlvoi can he taken by tlm
oiuesi person or llio young-
MndainZadoc Portf r's bal
sam has been In use by thu
'While for over 18 yenrs, and
'ins ncorired Us present sain
imply hy being recniiiliien.
led by those uhn havo used
it tn their nniittcd friends
I Most Important. Mndamo Zadoc Porter's Curative
llalsam Is sold nt n price which brings it in tho reach
of every one to keep It convenient for Use. The time
ly use nfn single bottlo will provo to bo worth IM)
, times Its cost.
NOTICIi. Save your money i no not be persuaileu
to purrlinsu nrtlrles nt Is to $1 which do not contain
the virtues of a 1.1 cent bottle ofMailanici Porter's Cu
rntlvo llalsam, thocost ofinanufacliirlug which Is us
great ns nlmo.t nny other medicine ; nnd thu very low
preco nt which ft issolil, makes lit profit to tho sell
ernppn.inlly smnll, and iinprinelpalcd dealers will
soinellmes recommend other medicines on Inch their
proiils aro larger, unless tho customers Insist upon
having Madame Potter's nnd none other. Ask for
Muiliiuio Potter's Curative llnlsnin. priru Elccnls, und
n largo bottles nt S3 oeuts, and take no othori
T?Sold by all Drugalitsand Storckeepercat 13cts.
in. 1 in larger bottles nl '.'."i cents.
HALL it UUCKLE, Pr pticlors, New Vork.
JnniMry 21. lfcOJ.
Fou a Medicine that will Cure
imoorixa-couaii, on nv.r.iv.i'F. cox
suswm'i: couans,, .m ivivk .is
DOE'S GOti&H SAiSAM.
Over Five TIionsaiKiIlolllcs
have been sold in its native town, and not u slnglo In
stance of its failure is Know 1 1 .
Wo have, in uur possession, any quantity of certifi
cates, some of tlicui from eminent pliy.ici:iu, who
have used it I a their practice, nud given it the pre-eminence
over liny other i oiopouud. It docs dot ilrv Up n
cough, but loosens it, so ns to enable the patient lo i -pectorato
fret ly. Twonrtlirno doses will invariably
cure tickling in the throat. A half bottle has often
completely cured thu most
nnd yet, though it Is so sure nnd speedy lu its operation
it is perfectly harmless, being purely vegetable. It is
very nareenblo to tho taste, and may be nnmiiiistored
to children of any age.
IN CASES OF CROUP
wo Hill guarantee n cure, ir taken In season. No
family shn,ild bu without it. It is within llio rcuch of
all, tho price being
ONLY 2.5 GENTS.
And If an investment nud thorough trial does net
"back up" Hie nbovo statement, ihu money will bo re
funded. Wu sny this knowing its nifrlti, and feci con
lidet.t that one trial will securu for it u homo in every
Ho not waste away with Coughing, when so small
an investment will cure you. It may bo had of any re
spectable druggist in town, who will furnish you with,
a circular of genuine eertillcaies of cures it has made
C. U. CLAKK & CO., Proprietors,
Nkw Havfn, t.'r.
C" At wholesale, by Johnston, Hollowavicl.'ow ilen,
53 North Sixth street, Philadi Iphia, l'a. 1'or sale by
Drugglst-i in city, country, and cory where,
Sept. '. ', lc?(j:i Oiu
Fall & Winter Goods
At A. J. Evans'
j LATEST SYLES CAKAP GOODS
I fPIHi undersigned rospectfullv informs ins friends
! 1 and the public generally, tha't he has Just received
iri'iu too j.iiMeru euies, a largo assortment ot
being the bsst ni.ortmi nt ever ollVred in this niaiket.
Also u coinpb Id nsMirtmeut of liuys Clothing, lu f.ut
eerythini: in the I iollnng I.iuo "For tlnwo w ho prcf-r
to leave their measures, a perfect tit guaranteed, ami
nothing but the best wolkoinii-lilp alluwi-d nt thin es
tablishment. Ho uKo Keeps on hand u largo ossurt
BOO 'IS AND SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS, together with a ariety of notions.
LO" CALL AND SUE FOIl YOUIlSEl.F.
A. J. EVANS.
Jlloonubiirg, Nov. 21, I?G3.
TU EW AND SECOND HAND SAFES,
JLI For salo c enp. nt New Y'ork Safe Depot, 71 Wil
liam Street, New Vnrk,
i. A. Gil EGG.
SIZE AND PltlCES OF LILUE'S F1UC
.. $50 00
. Ki 00
. 100 Oil
. 115 00
November H, 1S03.
Exazisir, cmssica.axo com.vchciai. school !
EOll BOTH SEXES.
T.JM. TOTTS, Pkixcwal.
Muthcmaiics. Book Kttpiug and Xutural Scicncci.
J. D. PATTON, A. M ,
Elocution, Literature, avJ .4clcnt ani .'Jodcrn Languages,
Tlio Sclwlattic year is divided into four luarters of
eleven weeks each, luiumeiuloi' na fi.llmv : iin in,,
I second Monday in August.the- lirst .Monday in November
, ho third Monday in January, and tho second Monday
I THE F.XI'FNHCS
I Per 'piarter for Hoarding and Tuition In English, r.mgo
from i I onto 31 no. Languages, Music aud Draw-
ing am c.tra.
ID--1 or Circulars nr further particulars, address tlio
Principal ut .MIIiLVHiLE, COI.U.MUIA CO., PA.
Oetuber :i, It-KI ly.
Printer, liooltlnndcr & liaiikhook
.17 A N U F A C T U R E R ,-
WllOLLSM-E AND ItElA.t. DEAI.ln IN
PP.1NTINO, Will 1 1.'. i WitAPPINO PAPEUS
AdENT FOU II1K TATAW1SSA I'AI'EK MltUS.
Slain ritreet, flrt door below thu Public fc'puarc,
Nov. 23, loOl I'Jm,
A. V. I'AfL.
A. L. 'IIIOMI'SON.
T II 0 M P S 0 N,
No. 43 Noith Wharves,
E7- llUTTEIt, OIIEEME,
II A M S,
Attorney at Law,
Hazkton, Luzerne eo., Ta,
Itrrrcsit io lion, John Walls, Lewlsburg, Pa.
William Cameron, President of thu l.cwisburg Dank.
J. II. Packer, President ofthi) Notlhumberlalid Hank
lllomnsburg. June 37. li-liU ly,
BLANK S! BLANKS! I
Of ovary dostaiption, for side ut this office
and our teoplk at homi
lowdguro. Our Watches arc wnrr.intsd to k....p iu,j
ono jpiir, and the buyer is nllowol tho prlvllcgool
Improved Duplex in lull Ruby Actions, A first dais
Hunting Tline.Ploco of silver material, Over Whli.li i
electro-flnn plated 18 k. gold, luost durably wrougTIl
making tho Imltnllnn so faultless that it cannot hi
delected from the so'ld material by the most exncrl
diced Judges ! ncldswill not effect it, London iinn'la
iiiovemcnt Improved Duplex lu full ruby action, hm
swcoi seconds, und Is not to be excelled lit general an
pearuiirc, This Is decidedly une of the best articles
ever nUVrcil for trailers! and speculators. Engineers
emigrants, nnd persons travelling, will And them ii!
perlor to liny ulhcr , nlterntlon of cllmnto will not af.
feet their accuracy, Price, packed in good sliapo and
good running order, only 83.1, ur caso of I! for SWD
HILVI'.ll DOUI1LU 'J IMIi HUNTINO LEVERS,
Host duality Silver Cases, over which electro. (lilo
plated IS k. gold, similar to our Improved Duplex, and
superior adjusted movements with "stop," t )0 j,,..
lu timing horses, etc J has I'our Indexes for Washing,
ton nnd (Ireciiu Ich lime, sweep cecond. and nil tho
Improvements, All in all, taking its beautiful and
faultless nnncarniicn and Its sunerior iiuivrini,,,! i.,,..
consideration, wo regard It us decidedly the ihonpest
nrtlrlo of the kind lu tho market. Price, in good run-
"i "mer, o ,., ur caso oi o ior .ow,
fly-We ask an pny in uilvniuo, but will forward
rimer oi tiicni to rosponsinio parllas, to nny pntt of
tholoynl Slates witli bill p.i iililc to ripressiunii when
iho goods aro delivered, giving the buyer tha privilege,
of i-xaiiiiiiiitliiii, atiil. IT not sattsfactoiy, tho untcli can
be returned nt our expense,
Tho express eompniilos rcfuso making collections on
soldiers nud other parties In tho tliiloynl Ptntes, con
sequeiilly nil such orders must bo accompanied by the
cash tn Insure nllcntinii. Wo luakoa deduction of iwr.
iluilnrs on either watch when tho payment is forvnri
in advance. Money may ho sent by express at uur c
pciise. TI10S. CAI'l'EllTV & CO., '
03 and W Hroad Ut,, opposite City Hank,
October 21, lPC3-J,no. Providence, It, I.
Ads&uSMj visa obipamV
5I VEKSHV STHEI'.T, NinVMtliU;
Since its organization, lias creat.ul u new eta in ths
1,1 alli.ll l,C (,' l..il..,lll,.. I.. .1.1 9
... ...... ur...,,a ..nriil,! iiiiiiry iney
liavo Introduced llicir selections of Teas, and
urn selling them nt not o er two rents (Oi
Cents) per pound tibovu cost, never do
vitttiug Iroin the one price ashed.
Another peculiarity oftho Company Is thatthclr Ten
Taster not only devotes his llino to Iho reliction ot
their Teas us to quality, value, nud particular stvlcs
for particular l'icniitica nf country, but ho helps thu Tea
buyer to i.huou out of their enormous stock biicIi Tens
ii nru best ndoptcd to his particular wants, and not
only this but points nut to him Iho best hatgaiiis,
Itlsi nsy to seo Iho Incalculable advantage n Tea
Buyer hn in this establish nt ovi r all others,
If hois uojudgo nf'l'ea or Iho Markit, Ifhlstlme is
vclualdo ho has nil the benefits nf n Wi ll organized sys-
le f doing business of immense cnpitid, nfthojudge.
loent ofu professional Ton Taster, and Iho knowledge
of superior salesman. 0
This enables all Tea buyers-nn matter if they nro
thousaiids of miles from this market to purchase on as
good terms hero as tho New York merchants.
Parlies can order Teas und will bo served by us as
well iisthuugh they emtio themselves, being sure lo get
original packages truo weights and tares j nud tho Teas
nro Wurrnnlodas represented,
we issue nl'rieo l.i.t of tho Coiupniiy's Teas, whiih
will be seuttoull who order it; comprising
Hyson, Voting Hyson, Imperial Gun-
powder Twunkay and Skin.
oolosi:, soucno.vci, oiian'oe & iivson pekoe.
Japan Tea of evejy description, colored ami uncolor.
cd. This list lias each kind of Ten iliudcd into four
Classes, namely ; Cargo, high Cargo, l'ine, Finest Hint
overi ono may understand from description nud tho
prices annexed that tho Company nro determined to
under-ellthe who!eTt:.i trade.
Wo guarantee to sell nil our teai at not over two
cents ( IIJ cents) per pound above cost, believing this
to bo attractive to the many who havo heretofore been
pain enormcitri profit.
CHEAT AMEItlCAN TIM COMPANY,
i-ipouTtni ash joiucns.
51 Vesey Street, Ner York.
Pi pt. 1'.', lfOn-Hmo.
c E VANS & WATSON-
.ik'?';?SyijMS? SALAMANDER SAFES. Ill'-
fc'i r.iMW aK3;w4 moved to ,v. iuha Fiurth
in the United Ptntes.
Fire bnfcg in onr fin.
IsnM in ijcod rmutitian.
Ml came tut right; uitk cur
The Salamander Safes
of Philadelphia against II
EVANS & WATSON,
have had the surest ilemiviratinn in the I'dlowiiig r . i
lilicate that their iniiiiurarturi- id Salamander Sal'i hat
nt length folly wnrranteiltl,.. representations wlmhloivi
been made of them ns rendering an undoubted s. eunty
against the terrilic element.
Philadelphia April 12, 1P5M.
,Vrn,rs LrnnsS; Walton: tiintlemeii It nll'orils us
t ie Iniibi t satisfaction m state to joii, that oing't,i
the v-ry pri'teitive qiialitus oftwo of the SalniiisnJ.' r,
afes which wv purih.ised i.f you soon- live mouth since
wo saved n large porlimi of jewelry, nud nil our hoi U.
etc., e.po-ed to tin- cnlaininous, lire in Ujiietead place on
the morning oftlie liih nisi..
When we ri tb-it hat these safes were located in the
fourth story of Hie building u-u nceupied an. I that they
fell subsequently jniua hinp of biirning ruins, w hep- He
vast conceiitrntloii of the h- at cnusi-d tin- lirass plal.-s i
melt, we cannot but regard the pn-si rv.itii u nf their ,u
liable contents if iimst emu ineing prui.f of the great a.
curilj ii II or,;.-.: I,y your :ii.
We shall InKi- great pli asure in reciMiiniemlinrj th(ir.i
men of business ns n sun- n-lianci- ngaio-t (ire.
, UllOimii l- SIMMONSAi I'l!').. JtktllM.
rL-"lhe haw since purchased fix large Sal'eo.
July 'M. ie'li-.'. August -.'U 1S''
PHILADELPHIA & ERIE
51 (A. Z, & h a o- (A, U s
Tills great lino tr.nerses the Nnrtliern and North
west counties of Pei.nsjlvania to thu ul of Lno, on
It lias been leased by the lVunsWrnniit ltnilroad
.Mtwlt?TSS ""ii n largo assortment of Fiiu
i'ir W ,Tlll,'l' l'f""r Salamander Safes.
i'i's&ay I'", iron doors, fur banks an t
rfSvKiiV1 f,"!'"fl' ''!" s,l""",",i""' sa.h, nil
Hr-aVr '..--V7 i.iakufl of lucks equal to any ni,i Ki
PltOOF Cooipuny, nud under Iheir nuspiei s is being rnunlly
l opened throiie'hout its entire length.
Ii is now in ii. o for Passenger and Freight business
depth I from llnrrisburg to Emporium. (IPS mili-M on the Esst
., ' I em Division, und from Slnlheld luEriuiTsiullolun tlm
We.li ru Hii Mon,
TI.MP or I'.VSSONniilt CaelSS AT AOItTIIUMVItilLAilU.
.Mail Tram h aves, East u 5:1 A. V.
E.press Train " " u .-t p. M.
.Mail " West I 17 "
Express r, 1:1 A.M.
Cars run through ivn n en esnr both ways on theso
trains hi tween Philadelphia nnd Lock Haven, nnd
llallimure and Lock llaveu. New and elegant Sleep
ing Cms ni'c'impanilig tlio Express 'i'rain both was
between Willininspurt mid ll.iltimnre, und Williams
port and I'hitadelplil.i.
For information respecting Passenger business, np
ply nt Hie t. E. Cor. tills and .Market fts.
And for Freight busiuessof the Cmnpany's Agents .
II. King.tou. Jr , Cor. lath and .Market Sts., PhilV
J. IV. Uo nolds, Erie.
J .M. Drill, Agent N. C. P.:U., Ilalliinore.
II. II. Houston, Cen'l. Freight Agt . Philadelphia,
Lewis I,- lloupt, Cen'l. Ticket Agt. Philadelphia.
Joseph II. Potts, Geifl. .Manager, Willi.nnspoit.
October ill, lUtiX
Nos. 0, 11, 15, 17 Courtl.indt Street,
NEAR IIHOADWAY, NEW VOUK CITY.
' This old-established und favorite resort of the Musi
I ncss Coiumiiniiy has been rexenlly relltted, ami is com
' pleto ill every tiling that can minii-ler to tho comforts of
its patrons Ladies und families are specially and tare
fully provided for.
1 It is centrally located in tlio buiness part of the city,
aud is contiguous to the principal lines of steamboats,
ears, onmibussos ferries, ice.
i , ' consequence ofthe pressure caused by tho Rebel
lion, prices have been reduced to
, 0C Dollar a d Hfttl Cents per Dan.
: ,s nn.,.Iy u Pt.l il-.l i II. nil ui lu.nrles of
the season, and is eipial to that ol nny other hotel in the
Aiiiple accommodations nre otfered for upward of iQO
by Do not beilovo runners, hnckmen, and others who
may say "tho Western Hotel is full."
II. D. WINCHESTER, Froprklor
TIIOS.D. WlNCHESTEIt. '
fPIVH Proprietor of this well, known und centrally lorn'
X ted lloutu, tho EiiiUNut Hoiki,, situato on Mai.
rlreet, In Iiloomsburg, iiiiuieJiatcly r-'iposite the Coluui
i bia Couiily Court House", respectfully informs his friends
I uud the public ut general, that his louse is now iu ur
1 der for the reception niidentertaiiimcut of travelers who
I may feel disposed to favor it with tli.-ir custom, He has
spared no expense in preparing llio Exuhmie, for Iho
cnti rtiiliiment of Ills guests, neither shill there bo any
thing wauling (on his part; tn minuter to their persona)
comfort. His house is .spacious and enjoys an c-tccllent
Omnibuses run ntall times between Iho Eichaufa
Hotel nud thu various Kill lload Depots, by which trav
elers will be pleasantly enmoyed to ami from Ihu re
spectiu' Stations in due time to inert the Cars.
W.M. U. K00N8.
Iiloomsburg, July 7. ISfiU-
LL KINDS OF STOCK FOR THE
03 & a to & V 8
Photograph Albums, Card Pictures, (lold Pens, fla
lliblos nnd Prayer Hooks. &c- A. c. Call and look as
our Stock, or send your orders uy mail.
WM. li. PEIIUY. IlooKssiim,
H. W. Cor. Fourth and lias?.
Nov. 11, lS03-3in PIIILADELI'III
mourn vmm mosjse,
Second Sltect, above Arch,
A F I1LAIII, PF.OPUIETOH,
Ude nf "iuif JI,UI$," .Htauiti CVe
Oct, 3, Ml. '