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Cars cf Domestic Animals.
The winds are chill, (he cold severe,
All nature wears a look that'a drear,
AnJ raotber earth is fast asleep;
Mere ceed thai we sLoald vigils keep.
The man who has more atock than bay,
Should sell a row without delay;
Unless his profit will exceed
The price he F8J8 'or &aJ tat ted-
Yet, if the cane is jast reverted,
Dnn't sell the best and keep the'worst.
There'a-nothmg grows opon the (arm
So good 'twill do the cattle harm.
Stock shouIJ be fed three times a day,
Jast onca with straw and in tea with hay
Or fodder corn 'tis qoite as good,
Though not by all 10 understood.
Set overy lime to feed all stock,
At six and twelve and five o'clock ;
Then let desserts come in between,
Of roots, or apples neat and clean.
Be systematic with yocr stock;
Do all yonr chorea by bell, cr clock ;
For cattle know the time of day,
And are impatient of delay.
J. L. R.
CUT FEED CHAFFED HAY STRAW,
Tn thane times .of high prices, it seems
needful to renew the inquiry whether more
pains should not be taken to cut feed for
etcck. Careful experiments show thal'hay
chopped fin a affords about a quarter if not
a third more nourishment than coarse hay.
So then, if the gain is more than equivelant
to the cost of labor, it is good policy to cut
hay. The reason cut feed 'goes so mcch
farther than coarse is this: The woody Sber
of the Lay, afier it ia chopped Gae is more
eaiily masticated, and is more intimately
mixed with saliva and digested, and to
becomes nutritions and fattening. Still
more, if tha food is steamed, or wet with
scalding water, it carries on the process far
ther and better. Now, adda little meaf,and
the fodder is more nutritious and every way
te ter. '
If the foregoing be tree of hay, it is more
3 of straw and cornstalks, because they
contain more cellulose matter, or wood filer
and less March and nitrogen. Experiment
-sbo-.v that ome foor tenths of this woody
fiber may be as&imila.ed, and so converted
into fat. Cat to secure this result, it must
jrevioitrdy be made fine by artificial pro
cesses. Alderman Mechi is reported to
hare said that 100 pounds of straw cut and
leaned is more nourishing than the tame
weight of Timothy hay not chopped. We
inspect bis experiments were made with
overripe hay, and straw, harvested "in the
milk." Either his hay was not as gcod as
ocr Yankee hay, cr his straw was better.
. CITI1NG COLTS IN BREAKING.
Ttarey is. universally acknowledged as a
matter of. the art of horse-training, and sug
gestions from his. experience are worth con
sidering. Speaking of the common method
bl bitting colts," he says :
Farmers and honebreakers of en pat j
biitinj harness on a colt the first thing they
do- to bim, buckling up the bitting as tight
as they can draw it, make him carry his
head high, and then tare him out in a lot to
too half a day at a time. This is one of tie
"worst punishments they could inflict oa a
colt, and very injurious to a young horse
that has been running in pasture with his
Lead dow'n. A horse ihonJd be well accos
tomed to the bit before the bitting harness
is put on; and when he is first bitted be
should only be reined op to where he holds
Ms bead let it be high or low : he will learn
that te canr.cl lowej L id bead, and thai
xaiing it a little will Jco'ea the bit in bis
mouth. This will give him the idea of rais
ing hia head ti loosen his bit, and then you
can draw the bit a little lighter every lime
you put it on, anil be will raise his hdad to
loosen it. By this means rou ca'tf cradcallv
gel his bead and neck in the position von
wiau u.tu io carrj n, anu give mm a grace'
him a grace-f1
ful carriage without hurting him, jr.akirg
hira angry, or causing his mcuth o be sore.
FROZEN, PUMPKINS FOR MILCH COWS.
We had always sopposad that frozen
pampkias were of little value for anything,
but we hare come to a different conclusion.
Having a surplus at the commencement of
winter, we threnr a load of them into tb.9
ice-house, where they Lars kept frozen
olid. To nse Item as feed while frozen we
think them of no value, and perhaps irja
riocs; but cur plan has leea to carry two
of them into the kitchen, place them (chop
ped op is tetter) in an clJ better firkin, and
lot them gradually thaw till the next day,
wnen we potr on some hot water, making
a generous supply cf warm drink and food
with very Utile trouble. The farrow cow
partakes of one scch a meal a day, and the
result thus far has been nearly or quite
double the qsarltity cf milk we had reason
to expect. Ice-coli water and fcod in the
stomach is net calculated to increase the
-Cow of raLkv The supply cf ex'.ra food for
milch cows the year round, at a cheap rale,
must receive the attention of farmers more
than heretofore. SJair.t Furmir.
v.-i.wuujhh b. fea;J writes V r
ma, 1. 3 ms sesn ivra cusea where it
nas aid the cots had ''lost their cad." In
both instances the animals were nearly doc
tored to death before tha character of tbe
Jisea?a was ascertained. Tb remedy then
pf-liad was to ecLninister a cud, composed
as follow Pal; pork chopped fine, mixed
vriih t'oegbj i ?i;t:3 ctimcey eoor, and an
A talmas Jare as a gocee 'e, was
tA i. tl.l k . I ' . . '
given for d. The catde recovered. We
Jo not tellers loss of cad to be a di?eae of
- - reaalt cf discate or debility.
Til? r.j jjCi!l9 a im inialpro I
in mis vdSO
sa Uei'",nd that, together with
impair o B&xm
- - - - . GE -
t REAL ESTATE. ; :
In pursuance of an order of ih Orphans'
Court of Columbiacounty.on SATURDAY
THE 17th day of MARCH next, at 10 o'
clock in the lorenoon, Solomon Btisn. Ad
ministsator of the estate of John Pealer
late of Fishinjrcreek lwr,ineaid county,
deceased, will expose to sa!e by Public
Vendue, on the piemiees, a certain tract ol
land, situate in Fishingcreek twp., Col. cc.
bounded 8nd described as follows: Be
ginning at a corner olnorth tank of Pine
creek, thence by land of John M. Bucka
lew north sixty five and a half derees
west, fourteen perches to a post at turnpike,
thencd on said turnpike, south forty fuur
degrees and forty five minntea west, fifty
one and two tenths perches to a corner,
thence by land of Jacob Markle, south, thir
ty nine and a half degrees east, twenty one
and five tenths perches to a corner, thencn
by lard of John Dodder and Lrtnah Dodder
north, thirty seven degrees east, fifty eiht
and one tenth perches to the place of be
ginning ; containing FIVE ACRES, and
one hundred and fifty perches of land,stricl
measuse, excepting a road from the ford
through Pine creek to the turnpike, reserv
ed for said Dodder's use,oa which are erec
FUA3IE DWELLING HOUSE,
Frame Ham, and out Buildings.
Late the Estate of paid deceaed.
EIoom?burg, ) JESSE COLEMAN,
Feb. 21, 1866. f Clerk
TERMS OF SALE Ten per cent of the
purchase money to be paid by the purchas
er to the administrator at the time of ale ;
one foL-rth of the purchase money, less the
said ten per cent. o be n.ud at the final
confirmation of tale by the said Orphans"
court, the balance to be paid at the expi
ration of year from the time of said corr
elation with interet-t on the same from the
confirmation nisi; and the cost cf convey
ance and stamps to be paid by the pur
chaser, the said balance to bo secured by
bond and Mortgage, or otherwise, at the
option cf the administrator.
SOLOMON BUSS, Adx'r.
Bloomsbnrg, Feb. 21, 1SC6.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Columbia coanrv, on
SJTURDA Y. MAR CU I Ilk. 1866,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Michael Fet
terofTand Marv Mi'.'er, administrator of
the et-ta'e of Michael Mowry, lite of Roar-
ingrreek twp, in raid ccut.ty dee'd., will
-,.. io sale, toy pu'jliu vendue on iae
i"CIUls" va """" mwoaaean.i
TIApT" OF LAf4D,
situate in Roaringcreek twp., county afore
said, bounded by lands of Thomas Roach
and Daniel Levan on the eat,. Alary Mil
ler on the stuth, John Yea;?r on the we-t.
and Franklin Ycccru, Michael Fetteroff
and Jihn It Jones on the north, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or less wi h the appurtenances, on
which are erected a two story frame d well
ing house, bank barn and out building;
there is on the premises a Yoanj Apple
Orchard and other fi u it-
Late the Estate of said deceased, situate
in thelwp , and county atorssai.l.
JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk.
Eloomsbnrir, Feb. 21 18P6.
TERMS OF SALE.-0..e third of the
purchase money to remain recured urou
the properly during the lifetime of the wid
ow, ihe intetest on the same to be paid to
lha said vviJow. Ten portent of 1I.0 othe r
two thirds to be paid a; the strikir: down
property, one fourth of the sid two
third?, less the ten per cent to be i aid on I
ua) ' rr" ail,J "e i'Hiat.ce
in io equal annual payments w.Ui interest i
i.uiu i.ic uroi usj oi jiru next, i ne pur-i
cna.se r to pay tor conveyancing anUtlampe
MICHAEL FETTEROFF. .
Bloomsburg, Feb. 21, 1SC6.
"v27 Gk T2? H3 Uj
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Columbia, cennty on
2UESDAY, THE 2Qth DAY OF MARCH
next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Jesse
Mansfh, Guardian f f Clarissa Sitler, a mi
i.or child of John S-iJer, late of Franklin
twp., in said county dee'd, will expose to
sale ty Public Vendue, on the rremises. a
certain house and Kit, situate in the town
ship and county a'oresaid, ci'joiniiiu lands
of Ziba Osman.Stephen Bahly and Michael
Mensch, containing one half acre more or
less cr. which is erected a frame house and
stable wiih the appurtenance.
Late the estate of said deceased, situate
i?Jle..,cwn6tip T"' r.",J?i
Rtnnrr.knrT TTjV, tftPR -i't.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 5, 1866.
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
paid on the confirmation of sale.i
The one third ol ihe purchase money to
remain in the premises during the lifetime
of the widow, Ca'harine Loremun, the iu
te;et.to be paid to the said Catherine Lore
man annually, on the first day of April m
each ar.d every year durng her lifetime,
and at her death the eiid one third to be
paid to the said C'aiissa Sitler or her leal
representative. The' widow's third to'be
secured by bond and mortgage. Tha pur
chaser to pay for conve. ancing and stamps
Bloomsburg, ,;b. 7, 18CS.
Another' Arrival of Good.
Hat, .Cap and Grocerv
S3 C2D 132. 523 0
JTow is Four Time lo Buy.
F. NOW SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
rpHE nndersi.ined hafing just returned
from the Eastern cities with a large
ana 0!l ausori-ments of fanfifs-i-BB
ta addition to a FnperT fclSULiLLEiLtf
cr STOPfv'nB' SPUivn Avr cimhipo
HATS AND CAPS,
comprising every ?ojt and quality, is now
preparad to eel! a littla cheaper than can
be purchased elsewhere.
H:s S:ock cf GROCERIES are not ?nr
raesed in this marke which he offer.
f "?. or exchange for GRAINS
ALSO,-A fine lot of Kins Mnnnrrnr
LINING to which he invites te al-
tention of Shoemakers and the pnblic.
Give him a call At Strap's Old St
on Alain Street,
- . r JOHN K. GIRTON.
Eloorcsborg-, Nov'r 27 I8G1.
Aflfl "'-3IOIVTH ! AGENTS wanted
six entirely r ori!sa
ien percent ol two th rds of the pur- purchased at l'hiladplnhia 9n,l .w v,t
hase money to be paid at ihe sinking i at the lowest figure, and w hch h i, H-tr.'
n ol me property. Ihe balance of the mined to sell on a, moderate terms a car,
third cf the purchase money to be b orn-nn.t !.0 Kr u- i
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Upon a new plan, with an original exDOsi-
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ever olJered to the public. A fegular Tel
egraph L;ne is connected wim the Institu
tion with twenty trances in various parts cf
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pretend to taeti Telegraphiti".
This institution 'a now eiij 'j ing lha Lr-ge-t
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rorr merciiil school in the State. Oer five
hundred students wete in attendance the
first year, and over s-ven hundred dnrini
the pact year. The bet class b students
may invariably be found her?, a:id all its
asoociaiions ar rirsl cla.
LOCA'I ION AN D ACCOMMODATIONS.
Tha ii.sti'.iuion is located in the most cen
tral part of the city, and its accomodation?,
for extent, elegance and convenience, are
unsurpassed. All the rooms have teen
fitted up in the very best siyta wi h
EUSINFS OFFICES OR COUNTING
HOUSES, 1ELGRAPII OFFICES,
iitid a rp2i'ar
PANE OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with Iineiy engraved lithographic
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Uepartrrpiit f Artual Business
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TICAL EDUCATION FOR BL'INEjj, we
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ele equalled. whi!o tr.e reputa ion and
standing of ihe institution atnon? bu.itit!s?
men make its endorsement the 'teat pass
port to success and advancement. Ail coti
tempUtini; entering any l ommerciat Cul
Ije, are invitd -o semi for an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR AND CATA
LOGUE fcntaitiip? complete interior view
of the Collie, and full pariicr.la;s of the
course Ol instruction, term, kv.
L. FAIRBANKS, A M ,
Pi end sr I
T. C. SEARCH, Special Teacber and
Supt. ol Otfice Bu.iriets.
Ncv. I, IS65 1 yr.
Fidl& Winter Goods.
'PHE subscriber La j-ist returned Trctr.
- ll:A ri!lB II i K nnAtt.r I . , .. I ...I. .
Ftill flitil ll'ir.fir flnnrta
His Mock ccmmi.ps
LJIDlE'b JJHESS GOOLS
ol tne cluiccil pfyles and latest fa
I02tl. er with a laraa a5orimem of
DRV-GOODS. ilIT5I.IV nrrvrtiu
AND VE3 TINGS.
Q 1 1 E E N S W A R I : , C E I ) A R V A R K ,
HOLLOW WARE. NAlI.S, lR(h'
BOOTS 4' SHOES. HATS fy CAPS,ic.
In rdioit, everything usually ke; t in coun
try 6!ore3, io which he invites the alien lien
of th3 public generally.
The highest price will b?. paid for coun
try produce, it. exchnnaa for "nojs.
STEPHEN H. WILLEIt.
Bloomsbur?, Nov. 22, 1H65. .
AtSlrovp'a Old Stand, on Main Strut.
THE undersigned, having opened the
S:ore formerly occupied by David Siroop
as a Grocery, and luiui.-hed it with a lare
and varied assortment of excelle:it
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
most respectfully invites the pa'ro;ia"e of
me ciiiens ot Ktoomstur and vicinity.
He is prepared to sell at wholesale and
retail, opon the most reasonable terms.
Merchants, Hotel keepers, and Grocery
men, would do well to give him a call.
CFAU kinds cf Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, in large and small quantities, con
stantly on hand for sale.
H. II. HUNSBERGER.
Bloomsborg, Sept. 13, 1865.
CHARLES B. BIIOCKWAY,
Bounties; Back-pay, Pensions, -c,
: . collect rd.
Special attention paid to matters arisio
onder ihe Internal Revenne Laws.
Ol'FICE, one door west of the Codirl
,: " u.uuiusour.
THE PHCEN1X PECTORAL
tfm J Y.our Cough.
t$2-? -xllis.-tii .iieau me saver-
&y:"7 ..iW'frT?tiement telow.
51; The Phmnix Pec
Sy rup of WildCherry and Seneka Snake
Root, will cure the Diseases of the Throat
and Lungs, Mich as cold, congh?, croop.
Asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, sote throat,
hoarseness, whooping cough, &c.
Its timely rise will prevent PULMOARY
CONSUMPTION. And even. where this
fearful disease is fully developed, it will
atTord more relief than any other medicine.
J. Lawrence Getz, ex-Speaker of the
Pennsylvania Hoje of Representatives
says: "This cough remedy id now exten
sive used, and is of the highest value to
the community, U curative qualities hav
ing been tested by thousands with the
most gratilying results. It ia carefully and
skillfully prepared frnm Wild Cherry Bark
and Seneka Snake Root, by Dr. Levi Oher
holtzer, a repuiable phy sician .of Phtpnix
ville, Pa., and is sold by nesi-ty all drug
gists and country storekeepers."
D. P. Crosby, ex Post Master ard ex
Buigess of Poit.:owri, certifies as follows:
POTTSIOWN, Jan. 3, 1865.
This cert fies that I have u.d the Phoe
nix Pectoral in my family, and I lecoin
mer.d it to the Public as ihe very best
remedy oh cough and colds that I have
ever tried One cf my children was taken
with a cold, vecompanidd with a cronpy
couh, so bad, indeed, that it could not
talk and scarcely breathe. Having beard
so much said about the PLm;ix I'ectoral
I procured a botila of it. 'The first dose
relieves the difiicnlty of breaihinz, and be
(ore the child had Uken one four h of the
bottle it was cn irely well. Every family
should have it in their house.
Signed D. P. CROSBY.
J. C. Smith, druggist of New Hopc.Bucks
conuty, Pa., in writing to Dr. Obejhol zer,
says: "A few days since I bouiht two
dozen of your valuable cough remedy to
try, and find it very good, and as it ii near
ly all gone I would Lke you to send me a
gross of it.
"Yccr medicine gives better sa'Ufaction
ihan any other I have in the Store. I am
agent tor some cf ihe most popular con. U
preparation, but yours seems to be doing
the. irjo.-t good.7' 3
The following is an extract from a letter
from Hiram Eilip, merchar.t, near Potts
town, Pa., "I have tried tho Pha-nix Pec
toral and find it to be the best cough med
icine extant. It meets wiih a morn ready
sale than any other that 1 have ever had in
The proprietor of thii mrvtieino hat so
much ccLtiJer.ee in its cur.i'ive powers,
from the testimony of thousands who have'
u-ed it, that the money will te paid back
to any purchaeer who is not satisfied with
It is so j l?a,in! to tr.fce that children cry
for it. Price THIRTY-FIVE CENTS; lare I
B-tiijs ONE DOLLAR.
Lid intended for only one class of din
eases, namely tho.e ol the THROAT and
P.epared only by LEVI OBERKOLTZER
M. D., Pi c-nixviHe, Pa., and sold t-y ill
Driugiots and Storekeeper.
Johnson, Hollowai, fc Cowden, No. 23
North SiuS .Street, Philadelphia, and
F. C. Wells L Co., 115 Franklin Street,
New York. General Wholesale Agent.
N. B. If your nearest drugL'i-t or store
keeper does not keep this rneditirieo not
let him piit you otT with some oir.er medi
cine, because he makes more mor.ey on it,
but send t once to one of the Agents far it.
Jrne 21, ISt-o 6m,
AVI:ocnIc niicl IZctnil.
iHE subscriber would announce "othe
citizens of Bloomsburg and vie .ity,
that he jse!Ung LIQUOUS in large ind'
small quantities, and at dtrTerent piTcet at
his New Store, on Ma;n street, .- r
nor;hside, to doors south of flTi
Iron s-.reet, Bloomsburg. H'.s
stock of Foreign and Domestic rw-'ir.mAtL
LL tX. LJ ilia
consi's of Cognac and Rochelle, Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
has a large asortmeat of
Old Rye. gray with age, fine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and any qusuity of
commop. Ke alo has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Sherry and Cam
pagne Wires; and last but net lea-t,
tpiami'V of good double extr2 BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sellar the
lowest cash prices. The public are resnect
r . 1 1 i . i .... . .
j luiiy 6oitcneu to give tu.n liquor a trial
, u. v. ICUtiUl.N
! Floomsbnrg, May 1, ISC I .
Opce over the Wyoming 11 auk,
fT Will insure anin-t Io?s or damage
by Fire on propeity in town or contry,!
DIRECTOR, G. M Hollenback, Jo!.n
Re ic hard, Samuel Waiharas, D L Shoe,
make,t Daniel G. )riet.b icb, R. C. Smi h
u: LfltLfe. Neele, V. . XV. Ketoham
Lhatles Dorrance, Y. S. Rcss, George M
G. M. IIOLI.ENBACII, Pres'i.
IK L. SHOEMAKER. V. Prtfi.
R. C. frMITH. Serreiary,
j W. G. STERLING, Trpa'nrf r.
.L H.CONOVER, A-jeni,
December 2d, IS 65. ly.
THE VERY FLATIEP.INr. STTPrnivr
hreiofore gjyen to the late fiirn of JAMES
iiotLi.ii i cu., induces the under
signed to enter upon the business of
cpon a crnwhat new rldn. Thrt otA,
ytem has been an ir;l;ry to botli buyer
and seller, and therefore
proposes to open on the 13th day cf the
mot.th of November, A. D. 1S65, i;i
THE MOST COMPLE TE J1ND
ELFGAXT STOCK OF
EVER OFFERED IN THIS COUNTY
consisting of every variety and qcality of
staple nnd fancy good,
GROCERIES, ;UEENSWARE, HARD
WARE, and all torts of ar;icles kept in a country
store ; to be sold
ORJNEXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF
The whole bosiaess to be conducted on
the system of pay as yon go; and at cheap
er rates than an mhpr hrn. Tail smi
judge for yourselves. ' " '
CABINET WARE ROOMS.
S i SIOIV C. S E 1 IVJG,
Y ESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
--'the Public to bis extensive asortment
of Cabinet Fcrnitnre and C H A IRS.k
which he will warrant made of goodia
materials and in a workmanlike man-' 1 '
ner. , At his eslabliskment can always be
found a good assortment of fashionable
furniture, which is equal in style tnd fin
ish lo that ol Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at as low prics. He has on hand
Trices, from $25 lo S60. Divans Lounae?,
Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parlor bureaus, sofa, card.fcr"T7-r:7
renlre and pier table,' detash n , 3
cheffenie rs, whatnots and com odes,
and all kinds of fashionable work. His
stock of bureaus, enclosed and common
wa?hi.tand3,dres5-taLles, corner cupboards,
. DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is
the largest io this section ol the county.
He will also keep a good assortment ol
looking glasses with fancy gilt and com
mon frames. He will albo furnish spring
maltrauses fitted to any sized bedstead,
w hich are superior for durability and com
fort to any bed in use.
liloomsbnr"' Nov. 4. 1S63.
niooiiitii-, Columbia Cr.,
SDe svibjribjr, proprietor of the
M . J . . t i i
iia.iiun e.tieiiMve e.ia li is ti mc n . ii now
prepared to receive orders for all kiritN of !
machinery, for COLLEK1 ES, BLAST FI R 1
NACES STATIONARY ENGINES, MILLS I
THRESIIIAKi MACHINES, &c, &c.
He is also prepared to make S.ovee, all I
f-ize and pattern, I'low-irorii, nd every - I
tiling usually made in (i r.st-cla;s Foutitlrie j
His extansive facilities arul prr.ciirai i
workmn, watrnnl turn in recei n il.e I
... .i . . , !
largest contracts on tte most reasonable;
n? (Train of all kir.ds wijl be taken in
ext'iianun for castinf.
t" This establishment i located near i
liie Lackawanna Railroad Depot.
BJoornsbur?, Sept. 9, 1SG3.
S V II ii 15 O A I lu X T 1 S 'i I
I? ESPECFULLY offers his'
5rit pft'f'fsional ervicei to the '
J-U.-rLr Iadi5i -S: gentlemen ol Blooms- j
burn and vicinity. II?. is prepared to attend f
lo all tho various operations in Den:iirv, '
and is provided with ihe l-iteet improved !
TORCELAIN TEETH, which wii! be in I
er'.ed on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural. f
Miiieral plj.e and block teeth manufac- j
hired and all operations cn tteth carefully f
attended to. j
A superior article cf Too;h Powders, n!
ways cn '.lar.j. Ailoperatiotis on the teeth j
iie-iJenct? and OiFice, a few doors above
iho Lourt liouse, sme eitle.
Bloomsburg Au. 19, 1S5
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOUSEURfi.
Tilcvc I'vcsh ooj!.
Just rerrircd a! Hcnrxj C.iscrs Xtiv
Store: All J LASSES, SUtJ Alio .
TEAS, COFFEE, UlCE.SI'ICES,
FISH, SALT. RAISIN,
TOBAOCO, SE(i ARS,
CANDIES, NOTlNNs, Tcvs,
rr.LD A.D PKOVISIOAS,
lo-ether with a preat variety of notions
too numerous to mention.
nUTTEIl EGGS, MEX T,
uid Produce qer.erairv, taken in errhar.-e
ior uoo.?. I ..e bot market price will be
idiowed. Give liim a call.
The hijhpM rnarket prices raid for
all kinds of COUNTRY FURS
Blocmbnr?, January 3, 1SC6.
J fcic Slockof Clothing.
INVITES st'er.tion tn his stock of cheap
and fashionable Clothing at his Store, "on
MjllX STREET, L O DM SB UE G ',
two doors above the .hntrica i orsf,'
where he ha jn-t received from New Yo k
and Philadelphia, a full assortment of
IT2c:iJ mail IJov's Clothing,
including the most fashionable, durable and
handsome, DRESS GOODS, con'isiin of
llox, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Clah
Con! 3, ami Pauls,
of ail srrt?, sizes, and colors. He also has
replenished his already large Mock of Fall
and Winter Shawl-; striped, fi.u:ed rrJ
plain Vest., shirt", cravats, stock-", collars,
handkerchief, gloves, suspenders and fancy
N C -He hfls constantly cn hand a large
im v.eu selected assortment of Cloihs aiid
V eMio-.. which he i rrenared In -riako r n '
o otp, .':, , A L u make CP I
, ,PJ ,uj ui i-iu.inri on rery
anon uiiiiL-e aim in me opm ot manner
AH hia Clothing is made lo wear and rr.nel
01 it id ol home manufacture.
A N D
01 every Description, Fine and Cheap
His Case of Jewelry is not i-urpa8ed in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Cloihina, Watchef, Jewelry
Sec DAY I D f.O WENBEHU.
Bloomsburg, April 0, 1S65.
PnOTOGRAPUS 1 rilOTCGRAPUS 1 1
A NEIP CILLERY IX BLOOMS.
rpBE ccderMgned take p!ea?nre in an-
rouncinat ttat he has opeted a Gallery
in the lar'e Iloom over Hariman's Stor., in
3:oomsbnr?, pa., for PHOTOtlKA Purr
and Kindred Art. U ii Drenare.I n i,t.-
ficturesof all kinds. ' r
Having procured iho eervietornn n.
perienced Artist from New York he ia pre
pared io do silkindaof Piri!ir i3k;, r
Call and eaa before going elsewhere.
A A UFHrcrtn
- - M A t-i .I'll T 1 I J .
FLUID EXTR'A-CT DUCHU,
A poe!C!vo cntt fpsciao Rer.id for U,cajra of U"
Btaditcr, tlitnry, Crovtl utii rrop.ltat S trotting
Thts JJcJlclcs lacrCiccs tin powers of ll;ftstion,HTi1
ercltca ttic ftbiOcats Into fccyltliy rctljn.ty vtilcli tao
nratrry or calcareous depositions, nd all unnatnrr.l e-j- i
lirsoceata arcrc".accil,t3vcn luvalaand lafinauiaUia J
UU it gouu ur uicb, women ui'i c.u.i..
IIELMDOLD'3 EXTRACT BL'CH'J,
For vonkaern nribtDK from C2ce?oi, TTabtU of
tloa, Ecrly IncUcrellcn, ultcndoJ rtA llio fjl!o'c;'j
IiuiL position to rx;lloa.
Loss of rocr,
DISlCulty of SrtUUs.
Tctn la Iho r.Btic,
nashlnir or tfc Borfr,
Eruptloai of tio Tteo,
I' till it Counfcccoc.
Loss ol Jlcraory,
Weak JTcrrc?, gft
Horror of THea?, pf
Elmncas of Viiiou, .
Hot Ilandi, .
Dryncis of ttio Skin,
TJulvcrsM Lassitude, .
Thcte sj inptonis, If allowed to go oa (which Va'a Hell-
Cluo Invariably removes), soon follow
rATTJITT, EFILEITIC FITS, ic,
In one cf -wJitch tho patient may expire. Who eati ey
IhcyaroBOt Ireucatly followed tj ILoeo "rtlrefl tils-
eases, nr3AiriTT AND CQ'S SUMPTION?
liar 7 r.ro a-.7aro of the canso cf thr Ir EUfferlr-s, tiut doo9
v- lll cor.fRFS. The records of t!i ln.mo rsyluxtn ni tko
ciclnnchcly deaths by connmplioa buar aiipla irlLacc
llic truth of the osscrtloU".
Tlio CoP3!tlIon, occo alToctod l;y orj-i!c r-ctinow,
rrqulrcc tlio Md of medlctno togtrenjlhen an:llcvlfora:
ILo tyatcun, tkliloli niI.Mr.OLl'3 ESTUACT OT BUCHT
tcyaria'Jy szc. A trial -will centnea Ut9 tecs', ttcttctw
lit U '
I Intr.ry aTccttocs recnHar to retnate, tti txiBin
! Itch-..' I ur.c;ual5,l by any ctber remedy, sal for ail
cc.ulai2ta iacMenl to tiiosex, or!a tLe
' nr.lTVTfi!! r rr i vv.i: fF T IT7
Z2T Ss SYurTOtis .laovje.
To STumily should bo without U:
nnpleaiaat au:l tlangcroag Cl3Ci4C.
T.T -,r ,. ,
litiLiiUUltij O La! Until
Tat.iti! Ea'.iam, Mcrcv.ry, cr ntpleastnt meUlcii; fot
Cures Socrst Disoxasa
la r.ll their et-.gos Kttlo eipenco, llttlo cr no ot-tc js of
Clot, co liicoavoalonce. and KO EX-TOiCKT.
Tor til a.Tcct'oca an J diseases of thcio orgsiia, srbtliw
EXiSTlXG IX JL1LE Olt FEMALE,
Frcta v. talcver corse crUrlaatlDg.aa'l no r.ir.lter how j
stantilTis. DUcascj of tLe:3 orjiug r;jutro U tia ol a
HELfiSOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
13 tho Great X)iurotic.
And It U eertia to litvo its rtctirei ict la all Cisesjj
.r v lilih U is rscoujmonde J.
DL.ocn! utooa: zzzzi
FLUID EXTRACT SAR3 APARILL.
For jviriiV.rj tL r'or.i1,rr30TirT n't tironts eot:!tr-tiO'-.sl
lir.c;:" rr'r'.r.g fro;"! !n:jrr.ri :t ot t';'j Bloc,
an J t!.e onl7 rf:'.t': &r.l eectu:l It-.iT.i ra.ec!r Tor in
crra cf rc.-t-.v4, r-c:a it, ri'i r.!:".-2, i
tvrc't'.'.ns ft'"5 Uor.', tlc!r.".!f-T! of tho ': t.-c-.t auv
Le?-., i;iotcl:-s, rtrrii.tcs on the T ;, Tsttei-.Fijtijeuw,
! anil pjl ra!r i:rn,-.tlcti3 of ths Ella,
:;ot a ilw
of tti-5 c.--t Iscr-crs tint ifSJet n:r.V;a.! art-.? ftora
coni.t!oa tli.it nccar:t:3t-- !a fUe I.'.coJ. Cf s'.l lis &'.
covcries ".Mt Mve ceen sjiie to p:irgoltcut,uose eaa
euil In c2et: niiKnoLc'a Ccurotsz Eitfact cr 3j.
eiririixi. It clcarrs bcJ renovrtei the ttc&d, ttjUlls
llo xlzzr cf reat:li luto tl o tji'.tv., vt purjei ot.i ;l
Ui-.no.s. -RliicU tafci-j cUieiss. It ctliact-tM ti c t.e:.V.Lj
trz"07L?j- tlio bo.Ir.sc;! crr.cla tic lit'-truer; ihtt jrow
t.zy. zTli'cii tis 1 !coi. rs-tU a rsisedy ttsmt cor'.I l a
rcticl ca fcti tozs leca eeU f.-r, saa eott. for Ce Crrt
t'..o 'he puii;!-; havo rno ci irMch tit j oa Cepeod. Oar
fpsccLcr; flocsuct artmlt of cirtiacat-etoBboT Its trt'.'.i
tut tho trial cf a alsglo toule -will tla? to '3 Wm tsl !j
' tsslu vlrtr.es su-Tsrsin? sujtMrgthsy l.a9 everu
! To tar:?pooT3?fal c-f the Extract of Saxaaparllla sMe.t
toapIslcfTrxtrrtseirnlto tho L!s!oa Diet T-rliilc. i.a
on- fcottte !a ftal'y f-intl rt gxttnv of tt;o 8ru? of Sciiv
parr.'.. or tio fiscoctloa c. ctr.y tr.zi,.
Aa esccltiiit Ldtoa cr dtscarea n-lsliii fro'i c-I
m3F.I tIon, r.scd la ccncc.tlon wttli tSo Extt acta Encha
eecocf the oott.r.onMWe and rcUt!ortractr irJU
trcompaty ths tns'lldur-. Also exrllclt Ctrocllons for
tc, KU. hundred: ef tAt-tMnu Hrics wltRcds, tai Bp-
rr.;s rt.c-.O un?oIicite-t fcrt:-3cstea tA rcc&tia.esU.
to.-y iiftrji.mf;:r cf ritcti wo frora t'io b'-fst crtM
lit'.uiii'-T c.i.l:.eat ri.vtlci-as eercrrtpa -"-v-'m id
0 iorrtftorLii never reiortc Uo tbctrru'-CJUouU
crtlcKsriSkraEUatlirJrrciiaratioastiid Ua net s4
to to pr-TTcJ rp ly certificatf s.
r'-.-.nl simple, I'ttc. Kajcjilc, Larlug fact f.-r its tal
l'7Eitnfiri..i".i..r;,.. .... . . .
- . ..-.4,.....i..4,..uii.tr;rj7ti:rc::
J-Oij aro ti:cra:od cn nnrrW i..ni!t -i-t?.,
I--- .....LUW III bli t.IVS.
- . r j i iiiniii inj in
""!'" aro ,G0 ttos ctl70 raeaitirea of citt-r tiat
csaicxde. A rcJy Md eoactm-Jro test itl to . coin.
Mir'.iVn a lli.'i. rr.n. --.,... 1 ... . .. . . .
f-ce n.-rcssatcry cf ."13 TnltcJ is.cs.
co rrcfessor rsvrxca' taiuatilo vciU oa tie PracUca
Eco remarks oo hy tuo c-lcbra'cJ Cr. Prr:", rt:!a.
tec rcn:;.-t3 rr.aao Yy Tr. Trunin McDotii.1., a cl!
br:ci Flirttclai B-.J I.'ex.ber cf tho Eoycl CuHeso :f
Econr.lictsnit.aaa pubUiLctt la tha Traui;Uoj U
tlic Kinj osi Qucca'a JoofEal.
fco JIed'.::c-CbIrorr::cft! TiTicw, pcblibbcd ty Szsjs
Teavefs, Telio'T cf tha Toyil Cot'eio of 6areos.
CvO twit &f Jate etaaaird wotia ca silciia."
EOLO ET Ali Ir.UGGIsT3 EVTRTTmrr3.
Address lettero for lnfornaatlca, !o coafidenca. to
H. T. 1LELMECLB, Chciaist.
JIohnbGld's Drus an t Cacmical War-hDU'Sk
Lo. 531 BKOADWAY, NEW YOKr.'asi
Ilalmbold's Medioal Depot
ho, 1M S.3UIH TEXTHST, PHlLADLLPHIAt
PEWAIE OF COT JNTKRFEIT
JLBK FOU HBLilliOLD'SI
TAKE ITO OIEr;.
u a rmTacrr.o solutiox of tub
Fro t ox! lis ol Srou,
a new discovery io medieino which
STRIKES AT TIJE KOOT OF DIFEASU, DV
Biipplyiitj tiio BIooiI with it titi, rm xciruc. o
Tbii It the scrrt-t 1' t!i) womterful cticccst i-f lUl
re4ti."iy in cn 111
D?srfDijia. Liver OonTr.rdfR4r---r)xr
Chronic Uiariboji, Luil., Nervous
Aff-iCtions, CLtils and Feverf,
Humors, Lo?i of Conati
tutianal yijror, DUe&ses
cf iho Kidupvs fc
n't all dicaic orifiimtiuj in a
HAD STATE OF THE BLOOtf
or occaiupaniej by Int.:Iity or n low t,tia ofthl
rti in? free from Alcohol tn ny form, ! encrxi
ing elT. c are not flluwil y corruponilin rese
ll,,:!, hut are permanent, irfiisin; Btrenth, Tifor anl
New Life iiit nil pnrti of tlio gyctcui, mid buiidiu
up n IKO.V CU.S'sriTL'TXu.V.
i'rointhe Vncrulile Archdeacon SCOTT. D. I.
Di xiiM Canada Eo.t, March S4, l8t5
"I am an inveterate Kyupeplic of uiot
titan 25 years' ftanding."
"I have a wonlerfully benefitted In lb a
tlirc short weeks during whuh 1 have utted the Pe
ruvian rijrnp. that I can scarcrtv persuade mytlfof
litis reality. l'eople wlto have known ma are ealon
ifhcd nt the ehang-. I m:ii widely known, ana catv
but ro ouim -nil io ctUi-rs that which lia don mix
much for tnj "
A CASE OF S7 YEU3' STAXDIXG CUJIED.
F.om IX.-5LEV JEVVETT, r.'o. 15 Avon Tlcce. Eokton
! Iiv3 aiiflcrf-rt. and ou:i:m.p reverly, for 2f
years, from dyspeptic , 1 couiin tur.cd tcMnr the Ft-.
i riltllltl Slrll- nil. I Tiitl nil imn.niu... ft. a .... K . I.
i ......... j . ..... ii u .iii.iiiuiam urucillliuni Ik
Iii the onrse oftb'ci; or four writes I was entirely
J ri-lievd from my euif- ritte. and lnvu enjoysd u iiiit-
; AN EMINENT DtVlN'E 1)7 U03TO:;. FAY 3
j ! have been UKttiit the Peraviaa Syrup for om
j tun" past; it gives nit- new Vt,or. buoyancy of iir
( jt. El.iftirity cf .tlimcle."
I Thousands have been charged by the utt nf tklt remedy :
frn-m veak, ticUy, suffering crtatvrti. to elrong. healthy,
i ontf happp mm and men ; and invaiidt caunut ratem,
J bly hmta'e to gtne it rio,
j A pamphlet m' 32 pases, containing certificates of
i cures unJ rucoinniendiiifiiis from some of the won
cinim-nt physicians, eierfyiuea, and ntbun, wsllbu
sent rcFK lo ai.y 'liiro.
! L'" e thbteach boitto h.irF'iSf vc Brill Ulown
, in tne (lass. .
! FOIl SALE JjY
I J. r. EIKSM'33, IVcpnetor, 35 Oov Ft. New Yo
SOLD UV A LJ. DUL UG13T3.
All Medical Men arrec that lonivp. ;. i.. t-c-a
j Ki-.iii.iiv l. r r. lt.ia at,.t all ki.,4red di.ea. t ever
cave red. TUe tiitAsulty hui bjen to obtain a K.'
t nr;(i of it.
S 53. Ai.cicrs SoiJinc Water.
I l,.av.!!u.r? f,olu,i"n ,Jf ''"Hrt!.. WiTilOtrT A soU
VLM !! Cuntaiaiaj a J- u! I t;ria tj each oanca of
n . . . . ' - " - . ' . 1. I, LU1 III... I
j A cost Towerfal Vitalizrrg"AgeDl and
IliSAj eured an J w:ll cure SCtloFCLA iu a!i iUmanl.
U .CCRi?, CAN'CF.RH. teVI'lll 1.13. SALT It.'ICUM
an t it hi b-cn tiiJs.l with astiniahinj iire.css in ca
e of Uhjuuihtlsm. Hv?,.p jaf Consumption Fa mat
Cniiipciiuis. iiiiirt. I.ivi-r ami Kiducv Iii,ciii-i it
v.iri.Tii ii m win ue sent rve to any on seiumg taelr
l Trice $1.(0 a hoMle, nr (5 for fc fid
i Troitiretl f.y !ir. H. ANUEKS. I'm jicisa t Chirolst
I Fur 8,-le hv
J. P. UIa'SMORE. 30 Dey St. New Y
AbiI ty til Drugjii-.s.
I C T A "-k r- i i ...
HAS EEC" USED FOB XEAHLT.
HALF A CENTURY,
with Hi- mo.-t astO!.i.tiinj Euccrtf in etirlnj
Cc-ughs, Cold, Iloarienass, Sore Throat,
IlAuuczi, Vboojinj? coajh, Croup,
Liver comj.hint, 13rcnchltis,DiQ
culty of HreatLiEfT, AstLma,
and every offec-
TUB TIir.OAT, LUXUS.'f CHEST:
Til.kh cr.rrirs rTmorc vir;i;rmthsn err oihpr diieais.
mi.l winch baf:l s the Eki l r,r tiio Thyicians t.j B
grattr exti nt th.m any ether mnlnrly. oi'fa
VI fcl.US TU THIS REMtDY I
i prove l-tPllectual.
A8 A MEDIO IN E
,.ia !a nrimr r, .7. t . ' . -
, , - fe , ,cl, S3 13 ia lit tips r
( IT IS UNSUKl'ASSED I
wliilr a? a reparation, free from noiioaj ngrortiaent a
'i.ibna. r lainrraJg ; -initin-; dtin, sci"n'e, acd maJ"
cut novl.vi;e ; con,l,i.iii3 all tu.it ie Talui'jts In lU
vigtttttiio kinjtljiu for tLii clan cfiliscase.il it
an:lis entiileJ, ni-'ii, anj rccsitrea thi gsajral coa.
' fidt nee r." the public.
SEViMUUR THATCHER M D
of H.rman. N. Y.. writ-A. f ,i". '
i -WT'a 13,, a or V:ld Onim civ-, nnircraal
i Mi-fariir.n. It tcim - n cure at oush ty lotst niua
i Bj anting the luna. an.i atl.ivine irritation, t.iua
i rc"'1v,nP ,l,e "?. ii't.-sd nf dry in 5 up the eou,n
i lvmg tb rauae tcbinJ. 1 cutiaiJcr the Oaiaam
: which 1 am ac j ja.uu-d." "oicine iritu
J , r - e rrr n.
j JACOB ECIILEIt, Ci Hanover, Pi,
i Wall known a a,! rc-i. ti rePnrrt.d .mnn. to Grma
iu--ntfr the N-m-fit of tut- i.fBi'-tpJ,
. t'lra -iraviiig realized iany famitr impor-
1 fnt hum III. r...m ih.. .' - . rf
j Ii.n-V, 1ST a. a Uilsam or Vti d fnntnT-ir atforaa 1110
. ppjaeiire to reroiiiuu ml ,t lu tne public, r-'oms ci-ht
' y-arsngonne nfmy danehterisee nci to bo in a tie.
, ........ - " rrtovery were eutertaru-
1 c.l I t!.r.n procured a Lvtile nf yur exc ttenr Halsam.
, ani btf .re she had taken tUu hoa of iho contcul of
! IU- U Ul! ; t litre was a fr-at imrroveracnt in hnr
t hratih. I he. in my Individual ra-e 'made fr-nurt
i Usc rt f"r v.luatle lucdiwiuo. and ha aiu.v. k
' b.!Kiiii..i 1,. t -
J hmn crnti rn
Trice One Dollar a Bottle.
for pale bv
fcEiil W, roWLE, ai ON. l-r.ipriclor. B;a ten.
CLT.E3 CUTS. LUE.V3, BCALD3.
Grace's Celebrated Salra
CUEES VOUD3, EEUI3E3. e?aAI.V3.
Gract'a Celcbratod Siro
CURE3 EOILS,. ULCERS, CANCER3.
Grace's Ctlebrated falvo
CUSE3 SALT EHEUM. EETEIPELA3.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo
CC2E3 CHAPPED HAND3. CHILBLAI.VS.
Grace's Cclebr&ted Salra
EEAL3 OLD SCEE3. FEE3;i WOUXDS. Lc
It ia prompt in action, rcmovoi pain at onee. aal ra
duc-a tae met angry. looking .welliuea and inOam
mations. aa if bjrtuaic-tam affordimi relief aa4 a
OaJy 23 eeata a box J (3nt by m it for 25 eetti.) "
For Sale by
J. P. ntVSMDRP. IS n v i
8 W. FOWEK )S, Prcrri .,Eet., a.yitr ;j