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Hungarian Grans. '
Last jear w cxpre6ed tlio opinion thnt
Hungarian grait had beonme a standard
crop in tho West. We eo no remon for
a change in that opinion. It ii now sown
wo bcllovo, more extensively than tho oom
raon millet, though it has boon introduced
hero but a fow joars. Many of tho ox
travngant ideas in regard to its yield and
value have, of course exploded, but every
ono who has tried it upon good ground,
con oortify that it is a moat profitable oron.
Daring tho winter, wo heard scarcely a j
complaint, that it was injurioui to horses !
or other stock, as was formerly oontended ;
dj many, i'crhaps farmers have learned
to food it more judiciously, For sheep,
vro havo muoh cvidonco that it is a most
oxoellent feed. Wo shall bo pleased to
hear further reports upon its merits or Bub.
ecribors. Tho time for sowing it ic now
approaching and any now light upon tho
eubjaot will be of value. No soil can bo
better adapted to its growth than ours of
tho west. It is a rank grower, and by
many considered exhaustive, but we havo
no evidenco that it is more so than any
other crop thatyicldg as large a quantity
Prepare tho ground, tho samo as for
wheat, oats and barley ,by thoroughly har
rowing before sowing, then harrow and
roll. It will be ready to harvest in abont
three months, and may tberforo bo sown
anj time from now until tho uiiddlo of
June, in this latitude. When sown for
hay, we would not put on less than three
fourths bushel per acre, but if for sed
half tho amount will do.
Diarrhoea in Calvea.
Diarrrhooa is a very prevalent disease
monc calves. The Bneklinn naif ii
to be the subject of this afreetion,whenever
trio general health of tho parentis impair
oa. in suoh oases tho mother is to be
treated instead of tho calf; eho, probably,
is iue soDjeoi 01 u deranged condition of
the digestive organs, whioh oan easily bo
remedied by tho administration of a few
doses of the following :
Pulverized Oharooal j
Carbonate of Soda, equa parts.
PalviTiaed Ginger, )
Dose Two ouncoa, daily, to he incor
porated with tho food, or it oan ba given
as a drench, by adding a pint of scalded
The discapo ocoasionallv occurs in enn
icquenco of weaning the calf (in view of
-uuaoanaing tns cow s milk,) and feeding
the juvenile on improper food. This kind
of diarrheaa must bo treated as followa:
let tho calf havo two ounces of porphate
.of limo,two drachms of oarbonato of soda,
and a quart of soalded milk ; mix tho same
administer by means of a drenohiog horn,
or bottle. It may be divided into "bio
ken" dofes, or may be given at onoe, as a
If the above remidies fail in arresting th.
diarrhooa, I should give three drachms of
unciurc oi matico, every four hours, until
the patient showed some signs of improve
ment. Mr. Dadd,.
Use of Ice.
To drinK ico-cold liquid at meals're
tardu digestion, chills the body, and has
been known to induce the most dangerous
internal congestions. On the other hand,
ice itself may be taken as freely as pos.
-aible, Dot only without injury, but with
the most striking' advantage in dangerous
forms of disease If broke in sizes of a
pea or bean, and swallowed as freely as
praoticablojwithout much chewing or crush
ing between, it will often bo efficiant in
cheoking various kinds of diorrhm.i rA
has cured violent oases of Asiatio cholera.'
A kind of cushion of powderod ioe kept
to the enliro soalp, has allayed inflamraa- j
tion of tho brain, and arrested fearful con-1
vuldions,induoed by too moch blood there. I
Water as cold ns iia im : it. i '
freely to the throat, neok and ohest, with
a sponge or cloth, very often affords mir
aculous relief, and if this be followed by
drinking copiously of tho aaine olement
the wetted parts wined dry. an tho .:m'
be wrapped up well in bed-olothes, it falls
into a delightful and life-giving slumber. :
''I want to tell you about my jumping
ineep, anu now 1 broke them. I got
themiao pen built sufEcientlv hMi rn1
bold them : I then caught tho rincloadern
oneata.i;,,andmad8ea small Vol. fa
TnArZ 1 th,D,1 a, " 6'riDS
and run throuch tho ho ea n thn P.r.
then drew the ears together close enough
to keep tbcm from working tho ears, I
Ihon let them out and thoy are as quiet as
Oouk for Rheumatism. Baiho tho
parts affected with water in whioh pota.
toes have been boiled, ai hot as can bo
borne just beforo going to bed by tho
next lnorniog the pain will be mueh re
lieved, if not removed, firm nnnll,U
of this simple romedy bos ourod the moil
oVatiuate rLeumafio pajos,
I BtMPtONB, CAUaB AND Cum,
r 1118 has reoolved its name from a eon-
et&nl nausea or ilekntn it the stomach, whlth
attends the ptln in the head. This beadaeba Is apt
to begin la the morning on waking from a deep ''"P.
and when some Irrtfurjtitj or die, hat been commit,
edenthe dajr before, of sometimes for eaveraldaye
pr.vions. At Crit there It a diitreeilnljr oppressive
ftfUng la the head, which gradually merges Into a ee
rare heavy pain In the templet, frtnmaily atUa dad
by a tenia ! fullaate and tenderness la oae eye, and
extending aeroia the ftrehead. There le a clammy,
unpleasant taste in the mouth, an offensive breatb.and
the tongue covered with a yollowiih white fur. The
sufferer desiree to b alone In a dark room. Aa eoon
ai tne patient feile the fallneit in the head and pain
In the temple., take a larie deit of Schlnk'e andreke
PHI a" and Unnbovir r two tkey trill feel ae well at
ever. Thle hae bees tried by thoutaade, andii always
aura to cure, and lditend of the tick headache eomlng
on ayary week or ten dayt, they wl II not be t roubled
with it oute in three monibe
Bchenk'a Mandrake Pille are aompaied of a nuralnr
of roatbeeldet Fodophtnln.or coneaatrated Mandrako
all of whlth tend to relax the aerretioat of tho liver
and act raaro prompt than blue pilla or mercury, and
without leaving Bny dangeroue affuctt. Innbllliout
perton thev will ehow tbemielTct by the etoolt. They
will expel worms, raueur, bile and all morbid matter
from the eyitea. Is eiek headache, if they are taken
aa directed above, (afull doteattooa ai they feel the
flreteyinptoeie fit Dr. Bebenck will and bat directed
bit agente to return the meney if they dt not give .ir
Ifapnionbii bee eorapelled lo ttay out lata at
ini,h'' or itiBf l0OB,uch inga d..r
,HI,0"OIt8k,, ntlt rniaghe witifeei ai ua'
,hll"lno, d,tBk "",lc" h ('ff to go to
d at t'.i.
They oaly eett U eentt a ksi.
Whoever takes them Hillnever utt any ether. They
rrorthadoll.r to a.ick man for every eeat tbe
Don't forget the name DCIIENCK'Hr f AN DAT 15
Bold nholetalt and retail at Dr.Schenek'e Trlncigay
0fl"'K-- r.u.drh.., ..d by
Trice for Pulmonic Syrup, Biweod Tonic, eack 81 K
per buttle. 7 0 Hie Italf doien, or two botUee tfiyr
ntpand oaeofTonie, for JT 7J.
Dr.Sehenek will be at hit offl.e, No.IJ fforlh Ft.
rbHadelphla, cyery Saturday to tee patleate. lie
rnakemo charge for advice, but Cor a thonngh tian.
Initr of the Wage wilh tile Berpironeur. ke sharps
MOKE MEN WANTED I
REVOLUTION IN JUQJ1 PltlVES.
LAI1GV ARRIVAL OF
FALL & WINTER
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
J.Y UO NT STREET, 'COLOMBIA CO V.ST T, PA,
HAS Just received from Philadelphia, and la no
opening at the old stand lately occupied by Marti
cm, a spienuia assortment oi
which will be eold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ilia etockconaletaof Ladles Dress Ooodi choiceelslyles
READY MADE CLOTHING.
BOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS.'
In ehon cry thine usnnliy kopt in a country stare.
The patronage of old friends, and the public general
ly, 1 respectfully snicitcd.
The JiJuliUHt market price paid fdf country pro. Into
Light Street. Nov i!), 1604.
New Grocery Store.
MORE FRESH WOODS.
(Formerly Ei awias' old Stand) on Main
THE undersigned has just received a
good atock of
FALL AM) WINTER DRY GOODS,
of all kinds, Men's Heavy
CALF Mt) KiP BOOTS
the bent in the mnrket ; a Good Aesortment ofkidlee
and Chililrene' rilioca of all kinds.
A Fresh Lot of Grocerios.
of all klndr, ruth at
Molasses, I Teas', I Rico, I Fish,
Sugars, I Coffoo, Spices, ' Salt,
Mats and Caps,
Tobacco, Srgars, Candicf, Razens, Lard,
&C, ltd., &0.
FEED AND PROVISIONS.
Together with a great nriety of notions and eto-tc-las,
ton numerous to mctition.
117" H itter, Ilggs, Men mid produce generally taken
i i exchange for goods,
Bloom. burg, Dec. 10, I8CI
NEW STORE & CHEAP GOODS.
''QBK K SALES AND SMALL PROFITS."
HjHE undersigned, having taken tho
R. Store lately occupied by James K. Eyer, on Main
Ptreet, above Iron street, m Uloomsburg, ami stocked
it with every variety of
EOT (BitilDQSS Sj
netpcclfully Informs hla friends and he public gen.
erally, that lie will be happy to receive a aliare of the
public. patronage, and triuts that he ran render gener
al eatiifaction by telling tllem the beet quality of
on fair terms and at eatuniciory pricct.
Hie etor.k consisls, in part, of
and especially with a splendid variety of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
t'jt.VOr ARTICLES S;c . IfC,
which ho will sell as cheap aa the cheapest, for cash or
ready pjy, 1
US-Country produce, generally taken in exchange for
Illoonnburg, Jan. 7, IS6J-y.
628. HOPKINS' 628.
No. 628 ARCH Street, abovo 6th., Phil'a
WHOLESALE $ RETAIL.
Tho most cntnplcto assortment and best quality and
styles of Ladies', Miaeea' and Children's Hoop Skirts,
in me ciiy j nose oi "uur Oivn Make," arn gotteH up
i expressly to meet tlio wants of First fin. a Itetail
Trade.-ciubrncing nil the new and desirable styles,
I sited, lengt lis and size walls, in tr.iil and plain Skirts.
from 10 to 50 springs, from 33 to M inches long, and 91
t 91, 2,3,3, 3J, and 31 yards round the bottom mak
ing mum mini a niiNiireu varieties lor Iulles ; in M in
ser' and Children's i1 kirts wo are beyond all competi
tion i all lh.il are made by us have stamped on the kid
pad, "HopMirs Hoop Skirt .Mumif.ictnry, No. liiSArcli
Htreet, riiiiadelphia, and are warranted to give sals
faction. US' Agente for the "NEW FLEXIBLE" SKIRT, the
most pliable Hoop Skirts made, equal M lirndley'a
"Duplex Ellptic" Skin, and at mucli lower prices
Alu, constantly in receipt of u full assortment of
good h'.storn made Sauts, which are beinu sold at
very low prices. Kid padded and metalic laslencd 15
springs 5 cents, Su springs SI UJ, S3 springs 51 15, 30
springs l '.'5 and 40 spring 3150, skirts mado to
order, altered and repaired' Terms Cash -One Price
Only, tor Cijcuiar continuing Catalogue of styleB,
lencths. SIZIS and I'rirea. mil nt rtf lul.lraj hv t.tnil.
I inclosing Sump for l'ot.igu,
Hopkins Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
V a... i. u. m.:i...i i i
arch Ii, Ijuj,- 3io.
Cheap Grocery Store.
HATS, CAPS AND SHOES,
'I HE imderilgned having bought out the (Irncery o
J David Btrnun. lias ri ninvpil hi. lint and Call Store
up to (Group's old stand
rlor aetoitineiit of
umre in auaitinn to a eupe-
Hats and Caps IB?
CONFECTION A HIES, CRACKERS,
Drird Fruit, Butter,
Coal Oil, Drug,
Parlor and Hand Lamps,
Books, "Writing Papor & Ink.
Hardware and Cedarware,
Pi'cket Knives, Comfa,
J-c, tj-c, (-c ,
Together with a variety of articles generally kept In a
Also-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCKOd and Lininos to
wWch he Invites the at cntion of Shoemakers and the
'"i.'lho'u.tburg.Dec.S. 16C3 Sm K' 0lRT0
BI.OOMSI1URG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
n in .... .is... . .. . ' 1
J-"' .'ni?imr oi me anove named ex.
tensive enablishment. is no prepared to receive
w let" lor
All Kinds of lUaclifnerv,
r Coleri.is. niast Furnaces. Stallnnary Eiurine. Mill.
TIlREsiilVfi m aniiiMi-ii" ,", . 1 ,nl"
He I. also prepared ,o mkV p.rirriie. and
Hl.'exlenjlve facilities and nrarllrnl nv.,..
jautthlni in recuiving tho largest contracts on the
must reusonablD tenns.
07" tlrain of all kinds will b taken in exchange for
litr This establishment is tors ed iiasv .v. i..a.u.
i ns A Dlnomsborg Railroad Depot
' Hleontsbur, .p, mjlUUilrm
SECOND A 11 U IV A L
OF NEW GOODS.
TTAB enlarged anil grenlly Imnrovod his Store Room
Li and storked It with n large and superior Htock of
HALL and WINTER GOODS, which will be sold as
iow as at any inner csiauiieumeni in inc country.
Calicos at 10, 18, 20 und 25 cents.
Muslins, Bleached and Drown at 25, 28,
up to 48 rents,
DRE3fl GOODS of every thadc, quality
and price ; n full line of Domestic Goods,
via i Checks, r-'trlpes, Ticks.Linncn nnd Cotton
Table Diaper, Ginghams, Nnnkeene, Ac . &.c, A
good supply of Ladies Shoes and Galtert
New stock of Hats aud Caps.
All Wool Iiigr.Hu ant) Co I (ago Carpel
a splendid artlrlo lust opened and for (ale,
A fresh supply nf
Groceries and Spices,
a new lot of
OADAIl AND WILLOW WARR.
MACKERAL by the rjuartPr, half nnd whole barrel
Nos. t and 3, medium nnd large. Also, a large and
splendid assortment of
new designs. Also, a new lot of TRUNKS aud
Oil Cloth Satchels,
Keep Youii Eye
Having bought these goods before the Into rise, I am
WE STUDY TO PLEASE
Cloomsburg, Jan. 7, IMS.
SsPRXHS ARJJ; StJSHSSislB
At A. J. Evans
LATEST SYLES CAEAP GOODS
O'llE undersigned respectfully Informs his friends
.1 Tind the public generally, that lie Has Just received
from the Eastern cities, a large assortment of
being tho bcstnssorlincnt cer offered in this market.
Also n complete assortment of llovs Clothing. In fact 1
m.nrljf hint. In ...a rl..,l.... U.. 'l... ...I r.-
B in .111. uiuiiiing nine . tuusi flu UrL'iLT
to leave their measures, a perfect tit guaranteed, and
. othing but the best workmanship allowed at this es
ta lishment. He elsa k'e:ps en hand a large assort
mei ' of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HATS ND CArs. together with n variety of notions.
tCT 'ALL AND BEE TOR YOURSELF. rn
A. J. EVANS.
Dlooinsburg, April. 33, lSGd.
Fa!l & Winter Goods
THE subscriber has Just returned from the Cities
with another large and select nssorlinet of
FALL AND WIN'JElt GOODS.
purchased at Philadelphia, at tho lowed iieuro. nn.t
whiili they nre determined to sell on as moderate terms
as ran he procured elsewhere in Eloouisburg, His
ladies' mth's noons,
of clioin st styles and latest fashion.
DM' GOODS, AXO aitOCEMES,
H.iltnn'ARK QUE EA'i WAKE.
CEDAR WARE. HOLLOW WARE
IROff, XA1I.S, ROOTS S; SHOES
HATS S CAPS, &c, e., yc.
In short everything usually kept In country Stores
to which he invite the public, generally.
The Highestprice paid for country produce.
S H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Nov 19, lfiit.
November 7th. 1804.
O.roat Trunk Lino from the Noith antl
X North -West for Philadelphia, New-York, Read
inj, Potlsville, Lebanon, Allentown. Enslori, . c. he.
Trains leave llnrrisburg for New-York, as follows
At a-txi nnd P. 15 A. SI. nnd 1.4.1 P. M arriving at New
York at 10 A M and 'J.d? and 10 00 P. 11,
The above connect with similar Trains on th Pcnn
sylvanla Hull Road, and Sleeping Cars aicomp.ny the
first two Trains, w ithout change
Leave for Rending, I'ottsvllle.T.unaiun, Minr.-svlllc.
Allentown, and Philadelphia nt 0.15 A. M. an 1 1 45 P.
M.. slopping at Lebanon and principal Station- only.
Way Trams, stopping at all pomtn, nt " 25 A Jl.and !
1.40 P.M. Ketnruing' Leave New-York at i) V M., IS!
nimri nnrl 7 on l 1 PI.IU.Inl...U ... U A . ..inn..!
..... . iiimtii,.,.. mill J ,,u
P. Rl ; 1'ottBl llle.it 8 50 A. M. ami 8.M P. M ; Pamaqua
at 8.10 A. M. nnds.151'. Jl.and llenilingat 14 .nldniEht.
7.35 and 10.45 A: SI.. 1.33 nfd 0 05 P. J1
Rending Accomodation Train; Leaves Rrndlngnt6
30 A. AI, returning from Philadelphia at l.'J P. .M.
Columbia Railroad 'Prams leave Keailint at'0.40 and
II A M.fur Ephrnta, Litir., Columbia. &c
On Sundays J Leave New-York' nt'7 1' .!., Philadel
phia 3.15 P. SI., Potlsville 7.3U A.M., Tn.iinqda 7 A, ,M ,
llnrrisburg 6 15 A. M.. and Reading at i! uiidnlglit.for
Coniiiiutntion, Mileage, Season, Se.ionl, and Excur
sion Tickets to und from all points, at reduced Rules.
llagguga checked through ; 60 pounds allowed each
0. A. N1COLLS,
RifimNo, Pa. Nov. 28. 1SB4
STATUS EJNION iaO'ffiEE..
COG and 608 JIarket Street, Philadelphia,
THIS Hotel is located in the very centre nf business
und is near tlio rcspetlaclu places of uinu&em.nl
which make it parlicularlydeslr.ible to persons visiting
Philadelphia on business or pleasure ; und the Manager
hopes by close personal attention to the wunwofhis
Ins guests to make it a comfortable home for much as
.. s with their patronage. ,
J I). IIAUft a: M);v, I'rojVrs. i
JOHN BHOCKLEY, CiiVBE.
V 23, IriU -)i i'u
JACOB L A DOMUS,
Enoi.isii, Swiss and American
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, &c.
018 Market Street, comer of Decatur,
Dealer in American, English nnd Swiss Watches,
making a speciality of Hi" celebrated American
W ati ii, which lie would reioinnicnd to all wanting a
good timekeeper, mvi will be sold ut the lowest
prices and are the cheapest gild best for the price.
.March 4, li-iii.-ly.
The Berwick fflonse,
Bcncick, Columbia co., Pf
pvyfllE undersigned would rf speitfully announce to
'"" f",el",, n,l ,llu public generally, llial
huving liosed :hi. well-known house lie has given it
alhnruugu rcuoMitiou. The rnnmi have been re-pnpet
ed und the entire establishment elegantly refurnished.
Heing pleasantly and eligibly located and protlded
Willi all the requisite conveniences, u olfers tn the
public the enmhuod advuulages of i
A tlrst-lJIass Hotel
quors. I rnvc Ders. rirovjirs, lenmsiers, hoarders, fcc.
Jnm nT. il?."'' i'"?,"""1.1 ti'f-iction. Creful and ac
coininodutiiig llo.tler. .ilwnys in attendance. Stablin
tkemo.t coiiiph to and exteusiv-j in this section.
J. P. bJURET.
Mey V J664,
TINWARE & STOVE ftllOP.
T"munlVoVnSe,l!;'1,n"ipfcul,y m fried
.c;-''nicrs. that hu has purchased his brothers
n; uouvo estau s imcnt, and! he tonccrn wils
, h""-""" be conducted by himself eiclusiv. ly
j "a hus Just received aud oilers for sale, the larg-
hHlo'vii'S'' ,I"'1'vo, ortn.ent r fancy
' 3 Ills .n.H'i.T?1' .i,!,rorfucu'1 " ''" 'rket,
CTT-. J"? ."",ck consists of a complete assortment nf
Tight stoves, Cannon Stuves, ecc, sec,
li!''! nrui maVufaclurVd VrVorder
Th i..i,.. ",a , :
n't.. ..... " v" ." "ii w sin'v ii.ii.ee.
The patronage of old friends and new custoinnrs re-1
fiSfi-"' csiled e A, RUPERT.
""'i i.iisriiiiior Ja IOWJ, ir,
,T7 . :
Of every rleioriptton, for isle at tbii ofliio.
Having bought these goods before the Into rise, lam. . " t . . . , . L" ""rv"'""
prepared to sell low.chfnp as the cheapest for tash or ! te',(,,n'' lr"m,V tir,v..yir...?J1i lo.f arDtla.n'
countrv nrnihirp 1 Wis I tR s llAtAM or ild LHEhRv - it nll.irds me plea.
j MinAmmaii'ii mm a i res i km jmumub aiuisa. fji
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE
REMEDIES INTIJF. WOULD FOR
Cough, olds, Whooping Cough, Ihon
chilis, Difficulty of Breathing, Asth
ma, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Ooup, and every affc.tion
nt? Ttl P 'PITH n A T T I1MH
, V1 lm' "IWAJ. , JjUjNU
Wistor's Balsam of Wild Cherry
Oogcneral his theme of thU remedy become, and
so popular is it everywere, tli.it it is unneco'sary to
recount us virtues. Ha works speak fr it, and fine
utterance In the Abundant ami voluntary testimony of
the muny ului fruui long suffering and settled dis
ease have by Its use been restored to pristine vlfur
and health Wu can present a mass of evUence In
proof of our assertion, that
CANNOT RE DISCREDITED,
Tho Rev. Jacob Sechlor.
Well known nnd much respected among the German
population in this country, makes the foiloning state
ment for the bene (It of tho allllited.
lUsovm Pa Teh. HI, 1650.
Dear Sir Having realized in my family important
urc to recommend It to Hie public. Homo eight car.
ago one of my daiii liters seemed to he In a decline, and
linpes of her recovery were entertained. I theu pro
cured n hotlle i.f your excellent Uiilsani.nnd bi fore tte
li.ul taken the whole of the contents of the bottle In my
individual e.is... nude frequent use of your valuable
medicine, and hava nlnn)sbeeii benente.l bv u
From Jessie Smith, Esq , President of the
Atoms County B ink, Morristown
"Having used Dr Wlstar's Halsnmof nlld'cherrv
for about fifteen ints, nnd having reullzed b?n. ficl.il
rcfsuils in my tainlly, ii aiT'Tds me great plraur in
rcomuif iiding it to the pub icne n valuable remedy In
cases of weak lungs, .-ulds. couch. &c . aud a renieoy
vliich 1 consider to be entirely innocent, and may be
taken with perfect siftty by the most dtlicato bialth.
From Hon. John E. Smith, a Cwf!?j.
guuhed Luwycis in Watiiin
t have on several occasions used Dr Wlstar's Balsam
of Wild Ch"rry for sovero colds, anil always w ith de
cided benefit. I know of no preparation .hut i more
elhcaciouB or more deserving of gem-ral use,
Tle llalsaiu has alo been used ilh excellent eflcct
by J. 11, Elliott, Merchant, Hall's CrosiKoade. Md,
Jl'istur's Balaam oj Wild Cherry.
None genuine unless signed "1 RUTTfl," on the
FOR SALE BY
P . MS8MORE, No. 491 Broadway, New York.
W. FOWLE Ac Co., Propr etors, Uostun.
And by all Druggists.
Ri:ui)ixc3's ntjssi.i salve
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE.
Has fully established the supe.lorlty of
RED DING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
Over a'l other r-jaling preparations.
It cures all kinds of Sores, Cuts, Se .Ids, num., Coils
leers, Salt Kheuin, E yslpi'la Sites Piles, Corns,
(tore lips Sera eyes, iic., reir.ivlng the pain at
once, nnd Reducing tho most nngry' ooking Swellings
.indinflamation aa if by magic. OnW 25 cents a box.
rok saik ov
J P I'lN3MORE, No.4'JI llrnadway New York.
S W bOV LE kCO., N ., ISTrcnu it-st, Uoston,
And by all Druggists,
Mnj 7, 1864-12111,
rritEm.derSm,earso exteas.velv eneatted lu l'"
J Vvdntdkina Jlutinns. and keeps constantly on hand
nd for sale at
Warerooms, a large ussorttnent uf
FINISHED fiJS) OOFFINS,
lly which he is enabled tu nil orders os presentation
Acso Keeps a good Horse nnd Hearse, and will at al
times be ready to attend t'uuerets.
SIMON 0. SHIVE.
Rlnoinsbnrg. January SU. ie50
J. I', sver. l . Muvs
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
THE undersigned would iuforip their friends mid the
1 1 1 1 I i c generally, that they have inki u the stand for
merly occupied hy On. ,t. iliigi'iibiii Ii, iii the Exchange
Iliiililiug, mi Mini street, In lllcoi.isburf, where he lias
just reieivcu a f.ill supp y of
Whiih w ill be sold on umh-rate terms for ready pay.
Also, NOTION'S generally, of every variety, sortuud
Physician.1 prescriptions carefully compounded, at
all times and on short notice.
V- Confectionciy it the best selections, and Sodn
aler in season,
C?" A share of the public custom Is respectfully o-
EVER & SIOYER.
r.ronnsburg, Apr; 11, 1 803.
ISAAC K. S f A U FP E R
1 18 ISorth Supnnd St., cor. of Qaar;y,
P I 1 L A 1) E L P fl 1 A
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Silver and
Plated Ware constantly on hand.
IT-Itepalribg of Watches and Juwelry promptly at-
January 4, IrkiS. y.
n. 110 W E R,
RlSl'ECTl'ULLY offers his prof, ss
louul scrviceu In thn i,n.u n.f , I..
VA. moil of HI lonifburg and vicinity, Ife it
nretiared wi ulinml tn mi h, ...,.i......
! HrT LV.1 ? . 1 n. ! " uf"' Profession, and i.proWded
wi h the latest Improved I'OHCELAIA TEETlt whiel
i , 1 ':a'"?"e' K"1'1' i',1""1"'. silveraud rubber ba."
1 tulonkw. II as the nntuial teeth
.... r,,i ,,iaic ami uiock teetn manuructiired nnd all
.hi n-rii puie anil block teeth inanufuctiired nnd all
desires to Call the
, J:"-; iM oftml
i . .anus ni' noiuicr., llacK.pay,
Accounts. Air ni,ri,.v..u.. Lnl.
... ...ii n...;,: : v"".""-' c"
v.l V v ....,u,hi.i ruoim,, ur ii.i'ir uu s can
Se,,h,'l'1 Bounties, though tencrally tiny havo onlv
"coivcdpart, No charge, for inforuiJlionf nor miles.
I i.wi . umr.R tin li, II, l,t , iJ,M,
"b" frame building below Eielunge Hotel,
0. B. BR0CKWY
i "" 1 r
MORE VALUABLE THAN OQLD
KKNO. MAXIMU9. CAPIVATIS
' The laws that rtgulato health, are of Importance to all,
Bryan's Life Pills
THE GREATEST MEDKJlVE OF HIR AGE.
A sure antidote for ilckncie, nnd a refuge frotrl
Sorrow, Fain and Disease.
They are admitted to be tin
an. i -r r 1
Rnct F'ntYlllV lOnin.llll
lor tcnoral use. Tnrlfyln the Cload
the eysteni from all impurity
and mild In their operation.
Head What They mil Dot
.A gentle and tfrfctu.il purgative,
out derangement rcraotsJ.
Clcaner of the Ploc-i and iytm,
D tbilliy nnd Lou of puwer dlrpellev'.
1 Jjnttf) supplied to the Muicles . Nerves.
. 1 l Irregularitlee reams!
Gloomy anticipations banishnj.
1'Ieadache entirely cured.
Irritation of the Stomach mnOT.J
Jaundlce and Liver Coaipl&inu cured.
Kidney diseases relieved.
Ijoci of appetite aud sick stouiacK reraised.
Melancholy aud Ennui dispelled.
Neuralgia and Nervousness cured.
Opium and other iltltnulant. avoided. ,
Pimples and Eruption, removed.
Quinsy and Sore throat hraled.
Hliumati sin soon alleviated.
Sleep produced 8iel and riiunl.
I ootharhe and infl.med gunif rcllised
Urinary diseases benefitted
Vitr.Hly produced In the nersoas.
w onus i.ivarlably ttp.llrd.
X-aclly the Medicine wanted tor
" oung and old can use tlirro"
jeno Msilrau., Cnpiiatis
Bryan's Life Piils.
have been used by thousands with success,
Hit ml reds of Certificate can le Shown
They regulate the Stomach, I ivcr and Hillary Seero.
lions which is the rhiel cause of n. rvou.nesi , Uiddl
ness, Dimness of Sight, Headache, rick Stomach and
other Kindred complaints
'1 hnse of n iitvooj temperament nbose jlcknes
adds l kerrer anq tisi' lo the ills of iif, become. Hit
sed .'.lib a new existenlc an.i tb.lr tents f auquuti
are changed to sruilrs of Joy, by using tnnr..
in Inspiied rrilb brilliant lliou.-bts.
now Idfui frcrils cf rtr.
with in JojiitaLIc courase.
with bright conceptions of the future.
with business tact aud power
wilh unfailing energy.
with skill that entrances.
with a sweet mModlous voice
with rapturous emotions.
PTTC nro iiTTmi.n
becomes hopeful and
THE DESPAIRINO, bapnv.
Bryan's Life Pill:
A - f,. .ii i r. n
","l,,tu lui a" a
They are enmpn-ed of the active principles rf Herbs
mm nouis cr.iieo irom our ni Ms an. i uresis. rtiey
are mild but certain in their operation -producing
! neither rrnmps, griping pains or sickness. Tliej
I may be taken by all ages, sexes or condition without
I To cure disi-.iso we must go further than simply pur
I ge the bowels ; we must u.e such renwuius as act in
I harmony with the laws of nature, in the gentlest man
ncr. A cathartic meiely prepares the wuy for other
means tut is IndispeiHilile in very many cases to
1 evacuate the bowels of accumulate.! acid mailer. A
disiirdercil system comes uu by slow degrees, and the
action of lni-dicinu must be in like manner. Disease,!
inoiigu inrat in its character, nllects more or less the
I whole system sand it is neceesary to act in a similar
ii.uui.ir. on ine sy-ieiu ny Dioou iieannganil purirung ri.ilio.i eausen bv rhahpas ..I tiMnner.iliire. Tiles
."il7h"!.r;flr.V,,u.'',l y'"1 lhe '"' l,ntl". ! watches are tho frtms of the latc.i exneri -.lentV "
end hen on the whole system The medicine, instead chrnnoinitry. und are made by our be.l w. rki en, lJ a
of nil go ng through the bi.dv should .arllall) rcnniu I s, pj,atc drnnrtinent of uur factory Vm - he r,..t
in it until acliauite is alfectcd
so ns in actoniplisli
, !! ivotK ilesignrd , therefore, a simple c.illurlic pill
v nn. mm mi- -vsirni noun, ru'imrts. j mtiiieiue
1 is necessary that will not only operuie on the bow-
cis, out nave an e penal action on tne si'creliont .u .
the Liver. Htnuurli Cfvs. Kidneys ami .Ulimul..ry
Cuual anil filially on Hie Ui.U. Such, then, is Him (p- i
er.ition of Hryan's Lile I'llls j fiiisaquenily, they are '
invaluable in rH eases of Dyspepsia, Head. ache and .
.Nervuusness, and will mpel nil hiiu!0r3 'mm tl.e '
. t.Ionil, 'I'hoy act on a'l parts or tllv' ystntr. Ud in-1
i tluento a change in thui,e oigans that am deraujeil, ,
, and can be successfully used in any disea? that al
; feels the human f nine. Tin y luvc healthtul ana i.'I'e
ElUIll! ninm rliea nil. . I...1. i ..I
milium vessels, enters the Moon ami ussi ts nature tb
pej orm he lunc n,n. If .ntenllon is paid to the Hi
gist ve iirgamaiidrcgulnrevneuatlniu of the body
much ili.tas-i may be prevented ; nnd these pills tire
s'""i '" etT,m "nl t'lu. not only net on the
Hilary Secretions by promeling digestion, but carry
oil. Iliroiich the bow. Is and kiiliievs. all irritating hu-!','"8.-
.,N".,US "P0l" Is li.-r laws, and the pr.utice
' that lalls in ,,ariiiony with (hem Is most suc.esel'ul -.
No iiiedicine Simula ,e taken that vveak.-ns the svs.
' rn-vi-i"" proper l riornmncu of lh. tune
; , f r J ' "!e va"1 machinery ol th huiiuu
",'ie tnu.t he kept In order, or biunu nail beoiimes
; u y ljus eiciteincnl ; the wlude sy.teni
V . ', ''""risJie-il, i.r it iln s; ,o, hy under tcndi
mill Iholawa imon wlnrli l,i, ,) i ,. i i .
i Ju",i!,',',J!,,ll"ik'111 silent forces of lulureana
Kei p nil lhe functions in harm juious order Such is
r . 1 " t Mis i lor ttltlioiigh a
' u , "V, ' '-ever weaken the system.
( ill restore
... . .,,, i, c'i.iir,rium anu tin.
' 0,li,'i',,.t!l.1!."1,le "yeiiLHiia iullii.-ncti n changein those
placed in the, a Pills i they are Hi. result of deeti.
.ought study nn ,1 experience in lhe true a. no,, of no
,.t"":d llretlt'' Hie cuu.c that lies at the
" 1 """"f" results, and they are now placcu
bi-foro tlio people with Hi e grealist cunlldcncv.
ui in- iiiiiuiiatiiiii or
A IL. e i .
"...L A ".. .V ..l IV1" OKN l'S.
si.ry wiiinccompinnraiihfullyall thsl is repreeented
itiey arc elegantly put up by the proprietor, who
was the Inventor oriillVAN'S P U I , M ON 1 0 W A V IRS
Nation!1"0 1 fjv"",bl K,IUH" tothe Amcrkan
It yon wish to buy DP.YAN'S I.H'E I'll.Lfl nnd run.
u Imc-Vt.Vthe'f.ro nil
ij, '-. - - ui man,
Box 6079, 70 fVdar Street. N. V
Bold ST DaooatsTS fiinxiLtT .
EMIlAB.nAliNEJi.X).. N Y WbonLle
rsk.u.ry , W..rvs
IS warranted to
lm the most powet.
Jul agent for (he Mom.
acn ana Mooitor nattle,
tiwine, cr fllaep, In pro
Ing the system and trnn
sferlng the puilflud an
imal fluid In flsli, fat,
milk, baiter nnd strength
nnd nstnbllehlng lieallti
DUVOY'3 nORRR id
MULE POWDER Is tha
only inedlclnct Irani I y
patented in nance, t:ng'
land, Hwllxrriand and
Holland, and ijuly ad
tril 1 1 j .1 hv thilf ff,ilrt.
All eniTOWHr '', lionored wllh prltn med.
. .. i ....I i,v i r. riuinv. Professor of the lm
Berlnl Oollege lor Agrlcnllute nl Paris, and nwv rnpn
iSfacluVe.ll.yC.O.HIKNER,I r-of Z. and A.. Allio.
town. Loh it I County, reiinsvivaui.
Aildiiei e of the i stoiiiicli. Illood, Lungt and l)w.
..AllSlvnmlVertalnly cured. Healthy .lock wilt
bebroialTi f Int.. the very lilghcit MMe of perfection
nnd one or two lablCHponnlUl a week
to hard worKing norsi!., un;u...B ... ......
saved thousand. d vnlnablo horsei from contagloui
' eirectuallvoverromo all the obstacles which lliua l
lirevrnt t-tie eliellln(t of -orus. tiro pleasant to take
, and n su"na of the most agreeable purgntlvjs for
cbilclren. So confident i the Inventor of the succee-
oi hi. laborious studies, In the pathological compos
tin infill!, prei.atntloii.that he furnishes every grad
uataJ 1 pliy'ltian, v.llh a written pre.crlptloii.n. a new
srn In m.ilrrin medlra, ... .
.TIIEUNluN KOAl l!,,R''l;Tfj'C N
Is a pow der for the sure e.'lermlna'tion cf all Vermin.
I ft III iieicr tlinngo Willi ago and tlli.nntc. and much
I preferable to the old I'liosplinmut I'oslc, which hard
, ens In a skort time, making l worthless For dlroo
. Hons and particulars see the siimII bills In the botes.
I One liuudred nnd llilrty seven prtmlnms hava
' been awarded to these celebrated preparations, up U
' Oclobrr iw. li-dl. .... ,
' Rout. A Rovtn. ate the wholesale Agents inl'hll'a.
I for sale by .ill repecmbl Drug and country ttvret.
November 1'.', I4ni,
TIIEOREAT WORLIIM r A I R EXHIMTION HELD
IN LONDON IPJI.
T110S. W. MATTSON
i Was awarded tho Prixo.Meii.
, al fur hi superiority overall
csiinpctitinns in the United
Mates for il luiprovements
Ho being the Inventor and '''g$j&W&?f&C'
Maniifactnrer of Elastic steel B
Spring sdld Side Leather and solid Riveted Iron Frame
I Travelling Trunks, Valises, Lad es Hat U sea. Carpet
Rags. Leather Rags, 1'inlmllns and Hobby Hones,
llo)s' Olgs, Propellers, Wherlberrnws. .c , which ha
Is prepared t sell nt iho lowest inniiiifuctuiing ricu.
The most cxtcniva Trunk and Carpet Hag Munufactur
1 or in l'hilndclpbi.i.
I 4U2 MAI1KLT STREET, one door ab'Vi' Fourth,
Soutli side, PIIll.ADEI.PItIA,
IT-Falts root" on thn first door.
' ri7Truhk. neatly repaired or exehanged for no..
I rnes. Cnll and ste. as we sell very cheap fur cash.
I I ov. II. fm-l2mo
j Nod. , 1 1, 13, 10, 17 Oourtlnmlt Stioei
( NER IIROADWAY, NEW YORK C1TV
I This otd-tsUblKhcd nnd favorite resort of )it Rust
I best Community li.is h-cn recently re.Htted, and is com
I plete In ever) thing that can inlnist'-r tu the coinforts of
. Its patrons Ladios and Umiliej are specially and isr--1
filly prnvl.led fur
It i" c( ntially located in the hu'ln.'m pert of the city
, and is contiguous to the principal lines cl stcaiuuoat.1
cats, oninili'isies ferries. A.c.
In consi q.l-ncc of the pressure caused by the RnUe
' Hon. price, have b''-n reduced to
' One Dollar w d Fifty ( t its ptr Day
i 'I he tnble Is amply supplied with ell the luxuries c
the season, and is cju.il lo that uf any other hotel in tin
1 Ample accommodations are oH 'ted for upward of iW
X7 Do n d believe lUntKrs.nacknien, and others wtiv
! nibs siy "the Western Hotel is full,"
I D. D. WINCHESTER, Tropcl-U
' TIIO-. D. WINCHESTER,
i I'eb. 15, IW2
'lHE I'tnptietorof this welTknownand centrally lw
X ted House, the Extiuxoa Horn, situate on .Vial,
Street, in Dloouisburi:. iuiuu'd lately 'niosili- the Cnlcin
1 bin County Court House, respectfully Informs his friends
and the public in general, that his (louse is now in or
der lor the reception nndenterlHiuiiicnt of travelers wh
may feel disposed to favor it with their custom. He line
spared no expense, in preparing the Ixciuncie, for tje
riiterte.niiiirilt of Ms t'dgsls. neither skill there be auy
thing wanting (on his part) lo minister to their perser.,ti
I coiiiloit His house 11 spacious am! enjuys an eici lit lit
j business locution.
I IT Omnibiiseii run ut, ill tlrunj between the Ex iv
I lintel nnd the- various Hail Road Depots, by which ki.g
I elers will hi pleasantly convened tu and from th' r
; spertivo Hihuoiis in due time to meet Hie Cars
, 'VM Ji Krifi.S
A FEW REASON'S WHY T!iJ3
is the iirst
It Is in.!. onthe liet principle, while the f.iralsn
watch Is centrally made on no prinriplp at all Tne
i foreign wa i mosMy mado by wom-'n, and bny.. at
1 h-nd While their Ubor Is cln ap. their w.irk is dsnr
, at any price. Such w atches are .ade without pin ,
l aud sold without .ui a.iue. 1 hy are irreeular is
construction and quite ns irregular in mnv.'ii.rnti Tbr
I nre designed only to sen. and the buyer is tho u.
niost thnroughly mid Tlioie who hre kept a icres,'
liqiius"iiiiil "Swiss levers" in pro essed ,.nlrfr
I few years will .ippr-eiate the irutli of ou nutoraont.
j THE PLAN Oi' I DE AMERICAN WAICII
instead of biiig made of several hundred little pi
I es. scrow.d tog.tli"r.t.'ie body of the Anuricarf Watrt
I cftOI.ID PLAIT.-.. Nil Jar interferes willf the bar
i mi.n of its wiirhli.it, and no sudden shock can throw
its umchinerj out cfg.iir In riding on any business
pursuit, it is an nei.i io;..ir!rr ni nrmly as a singM
P"'" of metal
IttsjUftwhst all machinery uko-ul 1
d SIMPLE 3d.STr.ONO 4C
W. not only secure cheapness by our system bit
quality. We du nut pretend that our watch can hi
bought for lc lummy tlt iu tlio foreign make kelioves
hut tint f. r its real vulue it is sold for ono hilf tii
OL'tt SOI DIER'S WATCH (named Wm. Etiiry.) is
what Us name indicates Solid, Substantial and al
w.ivs Reliable -warranted to stand any amount (
marching, riding or nhittiug.
uiir new hiehi-r qu ility of Watch (nn i.ed P, S Hart
lelt) is similar in siite nnd general nppearunce, but Ins
uiyrr Jewels.and morn elabnrnto finish
Our Ladle's Waiili. re.ently brought ojt. isp'i Ui.
in ag'eai variety of pHllein,many ofithen. of rare ba'i
ly and workjiauslnp, is quite sniail. but warranted to
Oui Young gentleman's Wa'ch is ncat.nol large.aal
Just the thine for Hie porket nf Young America.
Tbeprmilot the merits ol ,ir Watch, may be fnunJ
in the Met th it we now employ over seven hundred
workmen in our factories, anil that we nrn still uuardn
to supply tho lonst.inliy increasing demand
Ourthree-quar es Plate Watch is thinner and lighter
meter balance is didicnlily ailjusto I to rorielt the v?.
Haw I.im ping qujlms t l,t-v chalieneo cnniuaiison w itb
Urn l.i'.t works of the no it tjiuuls English ctilUvw,
ROR1UNS ee- APPLE I ON,
Agcmafcfr tbc American Watch Company,
. ,. , , l MUOADWAY, .i '
April 1 lSC3,-lino,
-tu I V x 1 O O .
J tie uiKlurfisned, prntoful for nnst v-
ttlTiiJWTl!a'V ',"f ,m Travelling Pi l.i.
new h s'VVt.. ,la liasJ'ist prncttred from New Voik
Ti ' 1 cpncious
Phoenix Company Coach
which means he Is now enabled
; iir,"'"' 'IVIy and coiufiirtabiy bet w eii'
t u Trains'' I'lf hBt'V"r!" 1U Knad pou. "i mV.1
custo . :";..'. V1' b.P-19 .,u,,iv 10 "cuuuucdato his
custot.ir,, to n.Mir sutittartlc'ii
11 'i solicits thu public
ttPAUE 35 CENTS.
llloom,.rg, January 7, ISlii
JICOB L OIUTOV
Skylight Picture Galley .
'J'llE unclarsioncd rc
1 " B IBH rcsnCCttll IV liffirnil
S'lgluSi.iHi'.h xch h" "
Sinr.. ... .7 1 .. .. .. . . f i.iocK overrJtotinct
. ,,,, m.tii;! ai ucit a lull l;,tmprjt nnd lis
!nosVr'.!ecerij1' "y Wl'U" talM " k Sh.
LIFE-LIKE PICTURE 9,
;,c.ec"o,l,?f,l:,uiii,,r,;.?, "av" yct becn p-
,.rM ,L,'i" Hl "nlv eslabli.hmer.1 snh.llns i.
Zl' . "ia.u''.," '"Vim been lilted un at heav ei
' ibuVd' u S'Jif '-,?..!?' i"
i. a ALUl MS jj riLTUKK I'll A J1EU of si
Uni'' c.tanUy , hand and tlr'sale cheap f
pUmbu(i vu(tii CLEMENT UEaRiIART