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, 1322" stock kept stalled, will gain veTjr
nfilly S3 tha weaiacr moderates The
neal or oil cake fed abouM, if anything
ba increased."" ' ;
TVates roa Stock. When tbe wa
fer mast be pumped for all kinds of etock
ia Tery cold weather,- the weaker onea
scnetimea fail to get a suitable aupply, as
lie gnrface freezes oyer, or tbo master
aairaa!3 drink the limited quantity that
toys and lazy wen will draw for the en
TTastk o? Fcil. One way in which
waste fuel, is by chopping the logs into
Bailable length for the store, instead of
sawing them. I The waste in chips as well
labor," i considerable, Another waste
comes from allowia? the-wood, after be
ing prepared for fffel, to lie out of doors
for several months, exposed to all weath.
! cr. Wood should not neccessarily be
housed while green, but after the winds
! cf March and April have blown through
'it, should -be got undercover. Other
j wise, it becomes "dozy," and loses much
i of ifs value. If housed early, it will re
main hard, almost like anthracite coal,
jand will last very long.
! Brood mares that are kept tied in stall
should have an opportunity to exeercise
every day, either in the yard, or by mod-
'erato driving. A liberal supply of water
Is also essential, as w have known mares
to "slink" when they did not get- drink
for a day or two. Work-horses not rc
quiredjo labor, should be driven raoder
crately at hast once a day, several mile).
Teams that are worked hard all winter,
:sdare the severe fatigue of plowing har
rowing, etc, much better than ' if work
ed bat little during the cold weather.
Swine. Breeding bows require care
his monih. Do not feed them much
Tieal; -Theyj require bulky and! light
ed. Skimmed I milk with bran,oroat
neal and boiled potatoes are tie best
,'eed. The best feed for young hogs de
signed for heavy pork next , autumn, ia
tqaal quantities of oats and peas, ground
;nd mingled with milk
he kitchen. Let all swine haTa warm
clean, apartments, well supplied with
Iry straw. : Swino will eat a small quali
fy of. light clover hay, and if it be cut
'wo inches long, all the better. Occasion
al feeds of raw roots of any kind will be
rood for them.
j SniiP. Every animal, whether old
:r youog, that does not get its proper
allowance of feed, or that requires a 1U
jle extra care, ehould be separated from
:ha flock and provided with comfortable
uarters and potter feed, than strong and
Healthy sheep receive.A few'old ewes and
I19 weakest iambs may occupy a small
"partjjient together. .Mutton sheep, as
aose to be kept over, should have a few
joots dailj, to prevent tha stretches.
Jwes that are near yeaning should be
ocuned in a spacious, but
jpartment, so that the Iambs may not be
hilled and lost by exposure to cold.
Hemlock and pine boughs arc ezcallcct
:t all kinds of sheep, and are a fiubsti
ute for roots.
J 7fi always j Ian for the future, for irc
rovement, for higher success. We al
vays have the past with ih experiences
If prosperity nJ-ad verEtty of success
mi failure to draw' lessons from. We
ire now approaching the season of hard
vork, and he thaf lays carefully his plans
vith reference to it will save himself not
cly. labor, but perplexity and anxiety
. life of comparative eass and satisfac-
ion and one of annoyance and worry,
xood plana are the lubricators ol a far-
ner'slife. : Wheels with well greased
ixles contentedly ." purr ' along tbe road.
-Vork without plan drags, and like a
quesky wagon distresses even the pass-
;r-by. Let U3 then lubricate.and if
?ar readers will us a our hints as their
ragon jack, ty may put the running
art3 of their farm wagons in good order
o that they will not tequira half the
3an when the ruts are deep, and before
he roads are settled for the season. It
3 a poor time to stop and grca.c' axles
the teaiau floundering in the
Cow3 which "come iu' in the spring
hould have good hay or cat feed (stales
r straw) wS!i bran upon ir, and if possi
lasome roodaily. " They at least need
arm sheds and sunny yards. Good
tabling at eight and in cold. weather, and
rarra sheltered yards on pleasant days,
?ill make not only a cow's paradise, but
3ard the farmer with fine calves, and
t better flow of mi!k. Especially impor
ant that , . '
Sxk oraccilenlily - dUalled animals
9 oonSned away from the herd, as soon
the injury or sickness is discovered
7Lcn cows aro near thenr time, an acci
'eat to ona causing-".linking" will be
i-ry likely to cause the samo disaster to
jjvery stock yard should have
3a hospital, and many an animal may be
reserved from severe tielcess by takin-y
: from the herd and char-jjloz its diet
cr asimals by
j to do
r.-i to da
iho ffron? ikinrr si
Co:2Uit your fiiaily physician
ci-.i ; UJ.1Q id a Lum&ae .man
. ': ii. lj '-.rr-ar.ialie liberty;
lJ c?b filly snd con-
- In .pnrsBarfcft of an order of tbe Ornhan
Court of Colombia cbuMy.oa SATURDAY
inn. wtntiay ot makih next. t k 10 o'
clock in the;,loreneO0, Solonon .Bass. .Ad-
ministsator ol ihe, estate of John Pealer
late of Fishingcreek (wp.,in said conDty,
deceased, will expose lo ca'a bv" Pnhlin
Vendue, on the premisesa certain tract o
iauu, eiiuaie m r ismngcreelc twp., Col. co.
U n n n . I A J J . I . - .
uuuuucu.nu uescnoeu as Follows: Be
ginning at a corner ofnorth bank of Pine
creek, thence by land of John M. Bucka
lew north sixty five and a half decrees
west.foortaen perches to a post at turnpike,
thence on said . turnpike, south forty fopr
degrees and forty five minntea west, fifty
one and two tenths perches to a corner,
thence by land of Jacob Marklp,sopth, thir
ty nine . and a half degrees east, twenty one
and five tenths perches to a corner, thence
bj land of John Dodder and Lanah Dodder
north, thirty seven degrees east, fifty eight
and one tenth perches to the place of be
ginning ; containing FIVE ACRES, and
one hundred and fifty perches of Iand,suict
measuse, excepting a road from the ford
through Fine creek to the turnpike, reserv
ed for said Dodder's ose,on which are erec
ted a ' - .
FRAME DWELLING nOUSE,
Frame Barn, and out Buildings.
Late the Estate of said deceased.
BloomPbur-r, ) JESSE COLEMAN",
Feb. 21, 1866. J Clerk
TERMS OF SALE Ten percent of the
purchase money to be paid by the purchas
er to the administrator at the time of sale :
one fourth of the purchase money, less the
said ten per cent, to be paid at the final
confirmation of sate by the said Orphans"
court, the balance to be paid at the expi
ration of year from the time of said confir
mation with interest on the same from the
confirmation nisi; and the cost of convey
ance ana stamps to be paid by the per
chaser, the said balance to bo secured bv
bond and Mortgage, or otherwise, at the
option of the administrator.
SOLOMON BUSS, Adm'i.
Bloomsbnrg, Fab-. 21, 1866.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. -
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Columbia county, on
SA1URD AY, MARCH Utk, 1866,
at 10 o'clock iu the forenoon, Michael Fet
teroff and Mary JVli'ler, administrators of
the eeta:e of Michael Mowry, late of Rcar
ingcreek twp, in said cour.ty dee'd., will
expose to. sale, by public vendue, on, the
premises, a certain mfs?uaue ami
"TRACT OF LAND,
sitoate in Roaringcreek twp., county afore
said, bounded by lands of Thomas lloach
ler on ,te s,oth, John Yra.er 'on the we,,. I
and fcranklin locuF), Michael Fetteroff
and John II Jones on the north, containing
CNE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or less wiih the appurtenances, nn
which are erected a two s;ory frame dwelU
ing house, bank barn and out bui!diug :
there is on ifce premises a Young Apple
Orchard and other fruit.
.Lata the Estate ol said deceased, sltaate
in the twp., and county atoresaid.
JESSE COLEMAN, Clerk.
Bloorosburs, Feb. 21 18P.
TERMS OF SALE.-O. e third of the
purchase money to remain secured npoi
tl.p prer!y daring the lifetime of the wid
ow, the intergst cn the san e to be paid to
the said v idow.Ten percent of the other
two thirds to be paid at the striking down
of the property, ona fourth of the said two
thirds, less the ten per cent to be paid on
the first day of April next, and the balance
in two equal annual payments with interest
from the first day of April next. The pur
chaser lo pay for conveyancing and stamps.
MICHAEL FETTEROFF ) . . .
Manv Jtnr lt ' i Atim rs
.".. . At. LL.Ll,
7 2Za 03 Ob
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Cclunibia, cftpnly on
2 tJESDA Y, THE 2M DA Y OF MARCH
next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, Jesse
Meusch, Guardian cf Clarissa Sitler, a mi-
nor chil'd of John S-.Ier, late of Franklin
iwp., in said county dee'd, will expose to
iwp., in saia county oec u, win expose
sale, by Public Venduej on ihe premises, a
certain beese and hit, situate in tr.e town
ship and county aforesaid, adjoining lands
of-Ziba Oaman, Stephen Baldy and Michael
Menich, containing one half acre more or
less on which is erected a frame house and
stable with tbe appnrtenancee.
Late the estate ol said deceased, situate
in the township of Franklin and county
aforesaid. JESSE COLEMAN,
Bloomsburg, Feb. 51866. Clerk.
CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Ten percent-ol two th:rds of the pur
'chase money to be paid at ihe striking
down of the property. Tbe balance of the
two third of tbe purchase money to be
paid on the confirmation of sale.
Tire one third ot the purchase money to
remain in the premises during the lifetime
of the widow, Catharine Loieman, the in
terest lo be paid to the saidCalherineTore
man annually, on the first day of April in
each and every year during her lifetime,
and at ber death the said one third to be
paid to the said Clarissa Siller or her legal
representative. Ihe widow's third to be
seenred by bond and mortgage. The nnr
chaser to pafor convevancing and stamps
Eeb. 7, 1866.
Another Arrival oi Good.
Hat, Cap and Grocery
3 OL XXi tr 0
Now is Four Time to Buy.
HE NOVV SELLS CHEAPER THAN EVER
i ii in . .
nlHE undersigned having just returned
' from the Eastern, cities with. a large
and fnll assortments of F7TR7TnTs--,3
in -addition to a snperi krXBAHii
or stock of spring anu summer
U3.HATS ANTl f!APS
comprising every sott and quality, is now
prepared to sell a little cheaper than can
be purchased elsewhere.
His Stock- ol GltOCERIES are not sur
passed in this maike', which he offers
cheap for cash, or in exchange for GRAIN
OR PRODUCE. ' S .
ALOf-A fine lot of KIDS, MOROCCOEi,
ar.d LININGS to which he invites the at
lentipn of Shoemakers and the public.
Give him a call At Strocp-'s Old Stand,
on Main Street.
. JOHN K.GIRTON.
biooresburg, Nov'r27 1S64.
- DAVID LOVEirSEHGt
CLO THING -STORE,
. iain street . wo dor?fr- it.o a ,
corner Tenth and Chestuot iMreet
"' ' PHILADELPHIA.
The most complete and thoroughly ap
pointed Business Commercial College in
The only on? in the City possessing a
Legislative Charter, and tbe only one in
United States authorized to confer Degreess
of Merit. Diplomas awarded to graduates
in tbe Commercial Course under its corpo
rate real by acthority of law.
Conducted by gentlemen of liberal edu
cation and extensive experience in business
and affording nneqnalled advantages for the
thorough theoretical and practical educa
tion ot young men for tbe tarions duties
and employment ol business life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a system or
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original and pre-eminently practical, giv
ing the student in the shortest time a com
plele insight inio the routine, details cus
toms and forms of business in general, as
conuucien in me oesi reguiatru commer
cial and financial establishments
Upon a new plan, with an original exposi
tion of the science of accounts, arranged
anu puonne Dy ine propretor ol this In
stitution exclusively for his own nse, sav
ing one-half the ordinary labor of the piu
tlent, and givirg him a complete knowl
edge of the practice of tbe best account
ants. THE COMMERCIAL COURSE.
Bookkeeping, Commercial Arithmetic, Pen
manship, Business Correspondence,
Commercial Law, Lecturer on Bu
siness Afiairs, Commercial
Customs, Forms, and Ac
tual Business Prac
tice. SPECIAL BRANCHES.
Algebra ami the Higher Mathematics. Pho
.nogrpphy, Ornamental Penmanshipj tfie
Art . of Detecting Counterfeit Money,
Engineering, Surveying Naviga
tion nnd Telearajihin".
The arrangements for Telegraphing are
far in advance of anything of the'kii'd
ever offered to the public. A regular Tel
egraph Line is cor;necteJ with the Institu
tion with twenty branceb in various parts of
the city, where public business is transact
ed, and in which the students of this Insii
tution aro. permiticd to practice. No regu
lar ollice practice can be haJ in any other
school ol instruction itythe country, with
out which no one can obtain a position as
a practical operator. Young men are cau-
tiot.eJ against the deceptive
K.? Z"" fj
pretend to taach Telegraph in".
1 his institution is now enjoying the
gest p,-4rnnage ever bestowed upon
commercial school in the State. 0er
hundred students were in attendance
tirst year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. The bet class ol students
may invariably be found here, and all i'.s
associations are rirst class.
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
The ii.stiJiition is located in the most cen
tral part ol the city, and its accomodations,
for extent, elegance and convenience, are
unsurpassed. All the rooms iiave been
fitted vtp in the very bst stvlj wiih
Ii US I N ESS OFFICES O il CO U NTING
HOUSES, TELGRA HI OFFICES,
STA Tl ON ii K Y S TO R E
and a rular
RANK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic
"o es used as a circulating medium iu the
Department of Actual Business.
TO YOUNG M EN who desire a PRAC
TICAL EDUCATION FOR Bl'MNEsS, we
guarantee a course of instruction no where
ele equalled, while the repnta'ion and
standing of the institution among business
men make its endorsement the beM pass
port to success and advancement. All con
templatins entering any commercial Col
Iae, are invitedo send for an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR AND CATA
LOGUE coniaiiiing complete interior views
of the College, and full particulars of the
course ot instruction, terms, ke.
L. FAIRBANKS, A M,
cn ' I n ' '
' 1 H-
1 . c;.- SEARCH. Snec al
Fall&z, Winter Goods.
ryHE subscriber has just reinrned from
- Ihe cities with another large and elect
Full and JVinttr Goodi,
purchased at Philadelphia ami New York,
at the lowest figure, and which he is deter
mined to sell on as moderate terms as catj
be procured elsewhere in Bloomsburg.
His stock comprises
LJJDIE'is DRESS GOODS
of the chcicest styles and latest fashions
together with a larce assortment of
DilY-COODS. MUSLINS. CLOTHS,
QUEENSWAKE, CEDAIIW ARE,
HOLLOW WARE. NAILS. IRON
BOOTS 4-SHOES, HATS $ CAPSc.
In short, everything nsua.'Iy kept in coun
try stores, to jvhich he invites the attention
of the public generally.
The highest price will b paid fof coun
try produce, in exchange for woods.
STEPHEN H. MILLER.
Bfoomsbun, Nnv. 22. 1365.
a A e: STORE
Al Sfroi'p's Old iilund, on Main Street.
THE undersigned, bavins opened the
Store lormerly occupied by David Stroup
as a Grocery, and lutnished it. with a large
and varied assortment of excellent
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
most respectfnlly invites the pa'roage of
the citizens of Bloomsburg and vicinity."
He is prepared to sell at wholesale and
retail, upon tbe most reasonable terms.
Merchants, Hotel keepers, and Giocery
men, would do well to give him a call.
CF"AU kinds of Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, in large and small quantities, con
itantly on hand for sale. "
H. H HUNSBERGER.
Eloorasburg, Sept. 13, 1S65.
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY,
ills Eac'fP''y Tensions, c,
Special attention paid ip matters arising
under h Internal Revenne Laws. - -
wi-ricji,, one door wet of iha Court
THE PHOZNIX PECTORA L
kp?P -TO I LLj CURE
'JfJ- Read tbe adver
The Phoenix Pec
toral: or nnmnnnnit
Syrnp ot WildCherry and Seneka Snake
Root, will cure the Diseases of ihe Throat
and Lungs, such as colds, coughs, croup,
Asthma, bronchitis, catarrh, sore throat'
hoarseness, whooping coughi &c. '
Its timely ose will prevent PULMOARY
CONSUMPTION. And even where this
fearful disease is fully developed -it will
afford more relief than anv other medicine
J. Lawrence Gelz, ex-Speaker of the"
Pennsylvania House of Representatives,
says .-"This cough remedy is now exten
sive used, and is of the highest valseto
the community, its curative qualities hav
ing been tested by thousands with the
most gratifying results.- It is carefully and
skillfully prepared from Wild Cherry Bark
and Seneka Snake Root, by Dr. Levi Ober
t.oltzer, a reputable physician of Phrpnix
ville, Pa., and is sold by nearly all drug
gists and country storekeepers."
D. P. Crosby, ex-Post Master and ex
Buigess of Potts-own, certifies as follows-
tk- t.rrOTTSTOVN, Jn.J, '865.'
This certifies that I have used the Phcn
nix Pectoral, in my family, and I recom
mend it to the Public as ihe very best
remedy for cough and colds that I have
ever tried One of my children was taken
with a cold, accompanied with a croupy
cough, so bad, indeed, that it could not
talk and scarcely breathe. Having heard
so much said about the rhccriix Pectoral
I procured a bottle of it. The first doe
relieves the difficulty of breathing, and be
lore the child had taken one fourth of the
bottle it was entirely well. Every famdy
should have it in theis honse.
Signed D. P. CROSBY.
J. U. Smith, drnggist of New Hope Bucks
conuly, Pa., in writing to Dr. Obeihol zer
says: "A few days since I bought two
dozen of your valuable cough remedy to
try, and find it very good, and as it is near
ly all gone I would like you to send me a
gross of it.
"Ycur medicine gives belter satisfaction
than any other I have in the Store. I am
ngent lor some of the most popular couuh
preparations, but yours seems to be doiii"
the most good."
The following is an extract from a letter
from Hiram Ellis, merchant, near Potts
town, Pa., 'l have tried the Phoenix Pec
toral and find it to be the be-t cough med
icine extant. Ii meets with a moTe ready
sale than any other that I have ever had in
The proprietor of-this medicine basso
much confidence in its curaiive powers,
from the lestirnony of ihonsan-lg who have'
used it, thai the money will te paid back
to any purchaser who is uot satisfied u-nh
Il is so pleaant lo take that children rn-
for il. Price THIRTY-FIVE CENTS- lnr ,
Bottles ONE DOLLAR. - c I
I; is intended for only one class of di.
eases, namely those'ot the THROAT and
Prepared only by LEVI OBF.RHOLTZER
M D., Pfmnixvili'e, Pa., and sold by ill
Druggists and Storekeepers.
Johnson, HolIowa. It Cowden, No. 23
North Sixth Street, Philadelphia, and
F. C. Ud!s Sc Co., 115 Franklin Striet,
New York. General Wholesale A"vnt
? i r . . .
ii jour nearest orugaiM or stcre-
keeper does not keep this
rnedicine do not
let turn put jouoff with
some otiier rnedi-
rrukes more rr.or.ev nr. ii.
but send at once to one of the Agents for it.
June 21, I860. 6m.
of BLoomsbnr'T an.t vin .it.-
that fie 1 selling LIQUORS in large nd
smII quanti'ies, and at different prices, at
al? iicw ciore, on iiiain street,
tiorthside, tw o doors south of
Iron sueet, Dloomsburg.
etock ol Foreign ami Domestic eki
consis's of Cogitac and Rochelle. Blackber
ry, Ginger, Raspberry and Lavender. He
hss a large a-sortment of
Old Rye, gray wiih age, ine Old Bourbon,
Old Folks Whiskey, and auy quantity ol
common. Ke also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras, Lisbon, Claret, Shry and Cam
pagne Wines; anfrhst but not least, a
quantity ol good double extra BROWN
STOUT; all of which he will sell at the
lowest cash prices. The public are respect
fully solicited to ive his liquor a trial.
D. W. BOBBINS, A5-t.
Ploomsburg, May I, 1861.
OJfict over ihe Wyoming Rank
CAPITAL AXD PUKPLCS, I50,GCO.
r Will insure againM loss or damage
by Fire on propertv in town or rnnntrr t
reasonable ierms. '
, uiuiut-u. al Hollenback, John
; Reichard, Samuel Wadhams, D. L Shoe
j maker, Daniel G. Driesbach, R. C. Smith'
I R. D. Lacoe, G. P. Steele. W. W. K'eirhr.m
Charles Dorrance, W. S. Koss, Geor"e M
G. M. HOLLENBACII. Trest.
D. L. SHOEMAKER, V. Pres't.
W. G. STERLING, Treasurer
L II. CONOVER, Agent,
Beach Haveu, Pa.
December 2d, 1865. ly.
THE VERY FLATTERING SUPPORT
heretofore m ven to ihe late fiim of JAMES
S. McNINCH & CO., induces the utider
signed to enter upon the buines of
opon a somewhat new plan. The
system has been an injury to both
and seller, and therefore
proposes to open on the 13th day of the
month of November, A. D. 1865, in
THE MOST COMPLETE AND
ELEGANT STOCK OF
IS" 22 IV-' GOODS
EVER OFFERED IN THIS COUNTY;
consisting of every variety and quality of
staple and fancy goods,
GROCERIES, UEE$SWAM2, II All D
and all sorts of articles kept ia a country
store ; 10 be sold
PRODUCECHAiNGI: FOli ALL KIND'rF
The whole business to be eondu?ted on
the system of pay as you go; &nd at che?p
er rates than any other house. Call and
judge for yonrselvps.
CABINET WARE ROOMS,
suwor c. miiivl;,
jy ESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
tne ruouc ro ms extensive assortment
ot.Labinei furniture and CHAIRS,
which he will warrant made of good
materials and in a workmanlikn man.
ner. At his establishment can always be
found a good assortment of fashionable
furniture, which is equal in style fcnd fin
ish to that ol Philadelphia or N. York cities
and at as low prices. He has on hand
ol different style and
prices, from J25 to SJL Divans Lounges,
ainut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs,
Rocking and easy chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dress
ing and parloi bureaus, sofa, card,
centre and nier tables, tletashm
cheffeniers, whatnots and corrodes,
and all kinds of fashionable work. His
stock of buieaus, enclosed and common
wasnstand8,dress-tables, corner cupboards,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads,eane seat and common chaya is
the largest in this section ol the county.
He will also keep a good assortment ol
looking glasses with fancy gilt and com
mon frames. He will also furnish spring
mattrasses fitted to any sized bedstead-;
which are superior lor durability and com
fort to any bed in use.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 4, 1863.
Bloomsburg, Columbia Co.,
rTtne subsribjr, proprielor of tbe above
named extensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive order for all kinds of
machinery, for COLLERIES, BLAST FI R
N A C ES STATIONA R Y ENG 1 N ES, M 1 LLS
THRESHIMG MACHINES, &c, &c.
He is also prepared to make S oves, all
sizes and patterns, Plow-irons, and every
thing usually made in first-class Foundries
His extansive facilities and practical
workman, watrant him in receiving the
largest contracts on the most reasonable
t Grain of all kinds will be taken in
exchange for castings.
W This eMabli.-hmenl is located near
the Lackawanna R.iilroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 9, 1863.
13 c sioi7i:n,
S U K E O I I) E t T I S T.
r "5 ? ES P EC F U LL Y offers his
iSyf-yr Prof5"f;'0'al services to ihe
-il I i f ladies & gentlemen ol Blooms
burg and vicinity. He is prepared to attend
lo all the various operations m Dentistry,
and is provided with the latest improved'
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be in
serted on pivot or gold plate, to look as
well as natural:
Mineral plate and block ierth manufac
tured and ail operations on teeth carefully
A superior article of Tooih Powders, al
ways on hand. AUoperations on the teeth
Residence and Oince, a few doors abovo
the Court House,same side.
Bloomsburg. Auj. 19 1SS5
MAIN STREET, ELOOMSGURjG.
illorc !'r?!h Gooc!.
Just rerrired at Henri Giser's
otore: M LASSES, SUGKS.
TEAS, COFFEE, IIICE.SI'ICES,
FISH .SALT. R.USLN,
CAMJIKS. OTINs, Tors,
FELD AXD moVISIOAS,
Tocether with a great var.eiy of notions
"1 loo numerous to mention.
BUTTER EGGS, MET,
and Produce generally, taken in exchar.e
lor t-oof. The best market price will be
lowp.t. Give him a call.
lOThe hiiihPM market prices raid for
all kinds of COUNTRY FURS.
Bloomsburg, Jdriuary43, 1866
JYczc Stock of Clothing.
Sjirinsr Sxxnuuvv Goods.
INVITES at'emion lo his stock of cheap
anJ lashiouable Clothin? at his Store, oc
MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
iico aoors aoove trie American House,
.... - '
wnere lie ha? JOPt recvired from New York
and Philadelphia a full assortment
" . , j
ilJcn and Boy's Clotliin-
iiit Jading the most fashionable, durable and
handsome, D II ESS GOODS, consiftin? of
Uox, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oilcloth
Coa.'s, and Penis,
of all sort?, f-b.es, and colors. He alFO fins
replenished his already larue sdocL of Kali
and Wimer Shaw!; striped, fi-ured nnd
plant Vest?, shirt, cravats, stork-," collars,
handkerchiefs, gloves, suspenders and fancy
N H He has constantly on hand a large
and well selected assonmeni of Cloihs and
Vesting, which he i prepared to make Dp
to order, into any k in J of clothing on very
short notice and in t?V- best of manner.
All his clothing is made to wear and most
of it is of home manufacture.
Of every Description, Fine and Cheap
His Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in this
place. Call and examine his general as
sortment of Cloihina, Watches, Jewelry
&c . &e. DAVID LOWENBERti.
Bloomsburg, April 20, 1865.
A NEW GALLERY Ij
J7HE cnt!er.iorieii take? pleasure in an-f-
noarcin that he has opene.! a Gallery
in the laru'e Jioom over Hanmanv St.,rp in
Bloomsburij," Pa., for PHOTOfiKAPHIC
and Kindrrtl Art. Hb is prepared to take
Pictures of all kinds.
H tviti" procured ihri
perieuced rti.-t Iroci iew York ha is
-a ..... v- v o tl Kj
13 is pre.
pareU to 00 ail kinds of P mlnr lablnr.
Call anJ sea before going pUewh e re.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
A positive nd Spectflo Bemedy for disease! of th
Bladder, Kldncya, GnTil nnd Dropnlcal Swdllnr.
This Medicine Increases the poirers of digestion, mod
excites the absorbents Into healthy action, by which tTie
watery or calcareous depositions, and all nnnatnrd cn.
larpementa are rednccd, as veil as pain and l&aoauuaUoo
oad is good for men, women and children.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
For weakness arising from Excesses, Ilabtts of DUctp.
tlon. Early Indiscretion, attended with Iho following
Indisposition to Exertion.
Locs of rower.
Difficulty of Breathing.
Tain la the Back,
Flashing of Ilia Eody,
Eruptions of the Faco,
Loss of Memory,
Horror of Dlseaet,
Dimness of Vision, -
Dryness of the Ekln,
. These symptoms, If allowed to goon (which ILIa llodl
clne invariably removes), soon follow
FATCTTT, EPILEITIC FFTS, &e.,
In one of which the patient may expire. ICTio can soy
they are not freqaently followed by those " diref al d!s
eascs, nrSVSITT AKD COSCTNrPTIOX?
Many aro aware of the cansc of thrlr salTcrlns.bnt nooa
will confess. Tho records of the Insane asylums and tha
melancholy deaths by consumption bear amplo witness t
the troth of the assertion.
Tlie Conetltntlon, once aiTectod by organic wcakncri,
require; the aid of mcdlctno to strengthen andlnvlgorato
tho system, which IttLMBOLIVS EXTItACT OF BCCTHJ
Uvatlabiy dots. A trial will convlnco U10 taoet sceptical.
Tn mtny a.Tcctlons peculiar to Females, the Extract
Prcnu- Is uncqualed by any other remedy, and for ail
complaints Incident to the sex, or In tho
DECXI2T3 OB CTIAITOE OF LIFF,
tZT Z1o 1'a.mlly should te witicut It:
Takona rilf.f.Tn.irercurr.or. cptilar-mt Tnii.;-!n' f-r
ccplcasact and flasoroac dlucoes.
Ctzres Secret Ci3case.i
In l!1 ttclr Blc.ga 11 ilia expense, little or no char.je of
Clul, 1:0 lacouvcnler.ee. and NO EXPOSCEI
FcreU oiTcctlons and diseases of these orcrans, whctUor
EXISTING i:; MALE OH rEMALE,.
Trom whateycr cause orlclnn'-lng. end no ina'.tir hew Io3(
standics. LLjCasca of theso crjac3 require tli3 aid cf a
'hELWBGLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
I3 tbe Great Diuretic.
Acd it Is certain to hsvc t!io dotl' tJec'. la til Clscstcs
lor wUUi V. 1- rtcoatncE cd.
FLUID 1 'iff R AC TS A iTS A ?! P. ILLA,
I'or pnrlfylr.s the Blood, rTncT!ijg ail cl:rcrla cir !.;'s
UpccI (Uoiics arises f.-om aa linpcro rtoto of '.lo ElooJ,
nud the OLly ri'iahlo ad eiTictu:il kso n remedy for
cure cf Ec:c'ii!a, Ecald Ucad. Salt Ithcnrj, ruins ai-!
wcIiLr.ss cf tho Boacs, T'lcc.-cttons cf t!io Throat and
x-es, B!otcbea,Tlcp;c3 on the Face, Teller, K.-yb.'polaa,
naci s.i scaiy liraptioua or tbe btla
yOT A TL7
Of the Trcr-.t Ciscrdcrs lLr.l t-Ci;tt ir.atklnd srlse from ihe
' corruption that ccrama'.ates in the Mood, of oil tiie dls
! covcrlcs Uiat have been mr.de to pne it ont, toao c-n
( eqaa.1 In cfloct UrLsoLD'a Cokpousd Extcact or a.-
B.vrAr.tu.A. it c!osncc3 una reuoTetc3 tic riood, wstii.j
t!io vljor cf Lcaf.n Into l'e rjfteti.cDl purges out tlas
lininors TiMch tnuke dificcso. It stimn!atcs th liri1:l r
func'.lonvf the tody, atd cxpcld tLe UUor Jers tiat prow
aaoTraniltTin Uio Hood. Eaca a remedy that coulJ 1-c I
relied on has long been fcocglit for, and now, for ibe firs',
tloo the pnLHc Lave one on which they con depend. Oar
Fpacchore docs not admit of certiacates lobLo " Ucnocts.
tint tho trial of a (-Inglo bottle will show to tlie e kit thr.t It
tas Its virtues snrputiting anything they have ever t:.Xcn
Ttro talhipoo3 ful of tlie Hxtract'of Saic&puriils ad led
t a pint of vatcr 13 cqanl to tho Lisbon L'!ot DrSuit. aal
oti3 bolile Is fully ccr.itl lo a gallon of tho Syrup of Sfci-sa-parlUa,
or tao ujcociion at usuntiy luikla.
ITEUHBOLD'S ROSII 7AGII,
An cxcfKcnt Lolloa for diseases arising from liublta ct
dissipation, used Ii connection v,'tf. the Extracts Luchi
tud Saisr.parllla, In snch dljea.cs na rcconmende.l. Evi
dence of tlie iuot re;ipon.,lbic and reliable character viU
accompany tho medicines. Also trpUclt dircctious for
nse, trtt hunUrtiZs cf thnuxanda 11 vice r-ltnc.scs, fsd rp
ffards of 3C.0OO nnollcitod cerUScaics and recommeuda-
- v nuit.i arc iroui ijj i iatfci sourcc3.
iacludtng eminent ri)ysieJiin!,Clcr?yincn,StatcsTicn,te.
Tic Troprictor lis tcver resorted to their publication la
the cewspr.pcrs ; he does not do tLij from the fact that LU
articles rank co Standard Preparations, aLiI do But need
to be rroppcJ up Ly ccrtiacat.
11 :cmr cn-l Mesiicc.liico I'.jc Doric CcIuain.s'aouU
etand elinple, pure, mn'estlc, Livlii; Kict for its IhifIs,
IuJucUwu fir Its pillar, and Truth alcau for IU Ccpitil.
J.'y Kstrcct f .trsnparllla Is a rioo;l rnrl!!cr ; ny Tttract i
rinoha lrf a rinrctlc. na.l will act as Pnch In ail rases,
liot'j trc rrrrnrc.l on r,;im!- ceirr.fi n .iri.,. -
ricuo ana are t!ie mopt active mca"nrcs cf cl'.bcr thati
"-....it. JV rua;ij nun conclusive test will bs a com
parison of their properties trlth thooe set tortii la tho fl
loTrlcg -woris :
Cce n.-pensatory of the C&ited Etates.
Ecc rrcfeescr DEwti' valaabla worts on tis rractlco
Fco remarks made ty the celebrated Tr. rirrsic, Thlla.
Ece remarks madefy Iir. rrnRAtii SIcDoweli., a cele
brated Thj-Eiclan acit Ii-'embcr of tho Ilorhl Collcso of
Enrscons, Ireland, and pul.lkied Ia tte TraaaaclloLs ot
tho KJcf? and Queca's Joamal. V
Sco Jledlco-Chlrnrgical review, published by Esjrjj
Tratees, Fellow cf tho Hcyal Coll fee cf Surgeons.
CQ iac.t of tLa late standard toriu oa ilcJlclao,
FOLD r,Y ALL BliCGGISTS TXEV.TXrTS.
Addreis, lcttc-3 for inf jrmatiaa.a confidence, to
H. T. IISLMEOLD, Chcniiat
HeljaboM's Drug anJi Cacrncal Warehouse
Eo. j9, BUOADVrAY, SEW T02K, arl
iielrxib&ia'a Medical Depct.
Io. lii COUTH TENTj.T.( PIiILADELPHIA,
rsnwAiu: of (;orTF.nFi;iTc
At3K E OK UUltMbOLD'Sl
IS A PROTECTED SOLUTro OF THE
Protoxide ot Iron,
a new discovery in medicine which .
STRIKES AT TUE ROOT OP DIPEA SE. BT
uppijing me wood witn us vital ruMcirLS,
This is the secret if the wonderful sucecss of Uiit
temedy la taring ,
Dyspepsia, Liver Ooroplaint, -Dropsy,
Chronic Diarrhrjca, D01I3, Nervous
Affections, Chills and Fever,
Ilumors, Losj of Consti
tutional vigor, Diseases
of the Kidneys &
and all diseases originitting in a
HAD STATE OF TFIE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a low stale of the
Bi-tn free from Alcohol in any form, its encrrix.
ing fn.-cis are not followed by curreipondinff reac
tion, but ore permanent, infusing strength, vigor and
New Lile into all parts of the system, and buiidinx
up inlKUN CONSTITUTION.
From the Venerable Arcltdnacon SCOTT. D. O.
pt-NHM Canada East. March 24, I8C5.
.. "lam an inveterate Dyspeptic of mora
than 25 years' Handing. " . "
.1 "I have ao wonderfully bencfiticil in tha
three short weeks during which 1 have used the Pe
ruvian Sjrup. that 1 can scarcely persuade mysclfof
Ihe reality. 1'enpie who have known me are aston-ii-hrd
at the change. I am widely known, and caa
but recommend lo others that which has done ao
much for me "
A CAsE OF 27 YEARS' STANDING CURED.
From INSLEV JEWETT, No. 15 Avon Tlace. Toon
"l liavo o(li red. oud somclimcs severely, for 27
years, from djopeptic I cmuinciiced taking I bo Pe
ruvian Syrup, and fou nd immediule bene fit from it
In the cnire ofthree or four weeks I was ntirelv
'"J """ Mii.i.unu uiva enjoyed noia
AN -EMINENT DIVINE fF BOSTON PAYS -
"I have been uing the Peruvian SJrup for som.
t;napasl; it f.vm. n -w V.,or. Ouoyncy of lpTr.
Llanicily r( Muscle." 3 v
Tkoutandt Saw been etavgtd ty the u,c cf tki, rtmiw :
from Keck, sickly. uferi2 crtaturu. lo strong. kt3ltL.
n4 kapT-p nt end ucvun ; ,nd txvaltdt talt rea-
y httiUUe to girt it m trial.
A pampli! - t of 'J2 prgpg. ron'ammg certificates of
enres and reromniendauoii,, from some of the most
eminent physicians, rlersymcn, and othsrs. will ba
'nl rRug loiiiy ulilrvn.
11" See that each boille lias TtRcvui Sair blown
in the glass.
FOIL PALE LY
I. P. EIIISMMEE. Proprietor. 3(1 Ov St. Neiy York
fcOUJ UY ALL DRUGGISTd.
ill i: .
Dt, CI. Anders' Iodine Water.
Is a Pure Solution of Iodine. U lTlOITT a am
VENT !! Cunuini.aKUIIGVaVnTto0cacTh ou,,
A most Powerful VitalirDg'gcni and
ItaAS cured and w ill ru re SCROFULA in allitsmani-
LI.CER3. CANCERS. fcYI'Illl.I S!TPlirr.
nnd i, has bee,, ,..uJ u .th aat.a .iisf-.i'
ciiipi.ui.., lle.irt. Liver and Kidney Ili.n,.., fca
auVr:-'" WI" !tut ,u .Wn;S their
i'rice 5I.r 0 n Lottie. ,.r C for 9"i 00
'r" V& by" U- V-iciaa Chemist.
J. 1. DIInSMOUE, 36 Doy St. New Y
And ! v ail r'ri:r.-iu
UAS EEEN USED FOU JfEAHL Y
HALF A CENTURY,
Coughs, Colds, Iloarccnesa, Sore Throaf,
lLfl.is.Dzi, Whonjinjr C0Qgh, Croup,
Liver complaint, Ironehitt3,Diffi.
cully cf DreatLin-, AstLica,
and every affec
THE THROAT, LUNGS 4' CJ1ES7.
I r-LI)S TO THIS lIFMi' nv i
when all prove .ntcturj
AS A MEDICINE,
Rapid in Kdief, .ojihinj in Eir-u, safe i it1 0pr
ati(.n. r -
IT IS UNSUlli'ASSED !
while. is a preparation, free from noxious ingrc.tinent,
tc-ia 1- k,? ""'"n' i vuluai.le in It
vi-..la!lf Wu.;Jom for tUis cla. ofd.scaie.it i
ii':,:;;,',S:-a',J Soncr,l con.
EYWUUJl THATCHER, M. D.,
of tWii.an. N. V.. w rite- as follow '
s itfn.tK n. It s. em to run-al ouh hy loosf n,n
a..J cl.an,,,,. ,h- limps, and all,, j,.,. lr,Z
r......vin5tl.cau... i,. tf ,lrv,.T,r np Kh
J I .'? the ra-.sc hi liin J. cohsW? the llaS
' .n i" ,V " "", ."""I. Coua las-, iciac
i which 1 am acjuaiiittd."
Rev. Jaco3 Seciiler, cf Hanover, Pa.
V(!I known nn.l ir.uri. r,.,...,,.,.i .. .
1 iK-ii, nt i the ii l ln it;, ,
l-KARMi -l;:,vin r.ait..d j i,y f,m,ir ,,.,.
tant Len. 211 fr,.,., o, V(Illr valu,Ul" pr .pj.
pl.M.uroto reroii.ii, j, . fbo pilllj soi,.ilihi
i-r.no. ,,., ,uie of l:,r r,.lv w.rt-nt rt,,,,
t l I tiupr)-urc.l n Lottie of your ,.vr. ii,...f .
and b. f..rt- l.r ! taken Uio u ',,V ,h ' !,I l!"'nA
SLUSH iT" ..".iTKS
- T t r-. . - -
Trice One Dollar a, BclUt.
Ton sat.c tst.-
J. P. DIXSMOItE, 2Slt-y .tr. , i v. v i,
BCTU IV. fowi.a kXlt
si t.i, DMUCQISXS.
CURES CUTS, BURNS, SCALDS.
Gracc'a Celebrated Salvo
CURES WOUNDS. DRUISE3. SFRAJV3, 1
Grace's Celebrated Salvo
CUKES COILS, ULCERS, CAXCEttS. '
Grace's Celebrated Palvc - .
CURES SALT RHEUM, EHYSI7ELA3.
Graces Celebrated Salvo
CURES CHAPPED IIA.VDS.-VaiLBX.ALV3. ,
Graces Celebrated Salva
l!LS OLD SGCZ3. FRCSn '.VOC.VDS, Ax.
Ilia prompt i action, ruitove-n.-JT .
luces the mohi an?ry..,kine iv . 11 n.l
maiiuu. as it by maric-mus ad ":"s anJ "flam
com piett. cure. "u drilling riief and a