Columbia democrat and star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1867, April 18, 1866, Image 4
AGRICULTURAL,. , . , Crctving Corn.'-' r,A 'ocalitv has its own method of. -rowing corn. Th prairiia hays theirs aj'ciiticsuisaed from the East. " . . A Tew priEoiples which the East has tlpcconitrated and established ara tbes9 : ria'ci three and a half ' to four feet spar?, Ictb way, according to siza of corn, Do cot icatter, bat plant c?ose ia the hiii. "v , " . ; ' .Prop from four to firo kernals in a hill. ' " ' . . . ' Tbin out to three or four plants Never boe or hill corn. Only work out the grass and weeds, and stir tho soiu ' v- . w.; .;?...; Plow la the Spring, when dry enoaH; ' and plow od, always, if poaaible. Vr'hea lha corn is planted, ? drop a handful of dry hen-manuro upon each JAnd now' for tha reasons for doing" all 'this : Sod turned down will form a rich bed for tha corn when the heats of mid Bijsmer arrire. Bj that time it will be manure, or working into manor.?, heat ing and enriching the ground. - The fertilizing da6t (hcu manu"e)"will civo the corn a start, which it need on the raw undersoil of the sod turned up. Beside?, it will driro away inircts.' The sod bslovr, will also,, occupy the insects, "; ..- . . Cora closa together -will "grow epiod ling and tall, hut will have fow and small earg. A large crop of corn . was never known from two and a half feet between hills ; and nothing beyoud a moderate crop from three feet. Three and a hall is the least that corn should be planted and'then the smaller kinds. Fwur feet id the rule for large corn- Then four to fire' stocks in a hill. For, remember that the more and the larger ears will giowif there is plenty of space, not between the stalks, but the hills. Last simmer we- had the occasion to tell a man(our neighbor Champion) that he would get a good crop of fodder, but no corn. '. lie laughed at us in the face; ho was going ti ahow us the biggest crop of corn we had ever seen.. He had a piesa of car rot ground, deep, black and rich. It was unsurpassed and raised great crops oi roots every year.' And now he was'i goiDg to outdo everything in corn. He planted with the rows, two feet "apart, and the hills fifteen inches. He had the tallest, thickest standing ccrn we ever aw; but all fodder no ears. ... 'Ia having the stalks closeia the hill there will be just as much corn and juit as much fodder. UesideJ, it will . work better between the hills and closer up to them, They will thus .unite, aid each other. in withstanding the wind?, and there will bo no grass , to pick out be tween a great consideration. Pile to gether, then, when you plant. If your soil is poor, manure liberally. Draw it on the sod and plow under, and . manure well as you go. Never pet poor, ac-il in cornwithout manure it will not pay. And never fear your ioil will be too rich it cannot be too rich for . eorn. ," " Growing potatoes. The way we grow potatoes at iington, Wisconsin, is as follows : Bur- 1st.' The ground is worked so that when a heavy rain comes the water will pass directly down from the eurface, and not stand around the roots. Tliia is what is generalljTkndwE. as wclldrained and deply worked. -Surface-draining will not do. "' 2d." It-the soil is candy eabsoil we generally call this land Batnrally drain ed. Ou such land potatoes ecldora rot. I The best way . to manure" potatoes is to put it in the previous year and let i t be well-worked in. - It is qiite impossible to grow good potatoes on heavy, rich Boil. The baiter your drainage the earlier you can plant and the less rot . you will have. I put a littla extra manure on a part ef ny potato ground one year ago, and lost the whole crop ; while , with manure jpread and well-worked in the previous year, the crop, was sound and excel- lent, " ' . . ; ' 'Potatoes may be grown on heavy soil, bat will be odIj fit for stock- 1 have 100 bushels good sound tubers from two fcushel? leed with no manure but straw. I generally plant from four to six inches deep, and in hills four feet apart, 1 can work the ground both ways, and rul tiiste the ground perfectly level , " ' - - - - - E A. BOBY. V Germanlotcn 'Telegraph. Roup in Fowls. The disease in fowls eallcd roup, is a foeted discharge from he nostrels, and without attending to its mostly results in', death.. A- cor respondent cf the Country Gentleman cSTjr3 this remedy ; Warmth and gen erous fecdieg will preveBt it, and, unlets - too lar goDe, warm Ted p? pper and mel - ted grease will cure it. It is - highly contagious, and the fowKwiehes to drink all the tiaie, though she will not eat un less stuHed, which she must be to' save Lar, a3 she is too weak to do it herself, and frequently, partially if not altogether thod- Wash the eyea, head, and around the nce, with greasj dish-water, and Lt'them have a little m ater to drink. The iiifc-cied ones mu-t be seperated fr:?3 the same trough under any .circum-Et'.ccrs.- As to the ben cholera, ' this as jrz'l tha forraer disease i3 almost al 7373 rrolccsd by a sudden chu haltti of tke fowl, either of temperature, tant-Semect, food, cr any great change. P.sd peppers, seed, skin and all, mixed ri:!i tLefowd, csd tir wator, will gecer rllj c-rs; indeed a gensreua ce of red r- T tv, A. J. EVAtW CLOTHINQ EMPORIUMS JSea-lj opposite J he .Episcojml Church. CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRirTlOKS. 11 Y tock is composed of fine cIoth(nf, medium ll and, tow priced adapted to all condition, tut., ud wanton, ha. the late.t .tylT. fo, ibi season- fine assortment of . Overcoats and Gentlemen's Shaw.s, from low to the very beat - v His Goods are fashionable and well Made. haDd;Irti?n m 8,OC,C of'8a 'y-nade clothing, I nare piece jooda for custom orders, Clollis, Cassiiucres, Sec, &c. And having one of the first class cutters. I junran' ueafitin all cases and rive satisfaction. Alsoa variety of . 1V00LEX AXD LIXEX SIiIRTS, Stocking!!, Neckties, Collars, Stocks, Handkerchiefs everything in the gentlemen's line of clothing. Also, Uats, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Carpet bajs. 1 will sell at lha lowest Market pricss. Please five me axall before purcha.ing elsewhere. ANDREW J. EVANS, nioomsburg, Nov. 15. 1865. Terrible Excitement ! IN LIGHT STREET, AT PET Kit ENT'S STORK, On Account of Ihc IV civ Arrival of & Winter GREAT UEDUCT1UN IM PRICES HAS just received from the Eastern Cities and is now opening at the old stand a splenJid assoitirent of 23 cr? s Da tsi dl a. S3 & 9 nhich will be sold cheap for CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE ! His stock consists of Ladies' Dross Goods, choicest styles and latest fashions, CALICOES, MUSLINS. GINGHAMS. FLANNELS, HOSIERY SILKS, SHAWLS, CARPETS. &C. II catl a c Cloth i ti SATINETS, CSSIMERES, COTTON A I) ES, KENTUCKY JEANS THREAD, &C. QUEENS WARE,'' CEDAR W ARE, HARDWARE, MEDICINES, DRUGS, COOTS AND SHOES, HATS and CAPS, In short, everytlrng usually kept in a country tnre. . f The pa'ronago of ni o'u irtentis.ana tne pudic : generally, is respertruli v soncjtea. The bizhestmurkel price pai'1 foreouutry pro'u;r PETER ENT. Light Ptrect.Oet. 4. 1?65. BUSINESS COLLEGE N.E Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets. PHILADELPHIA. The most complete and thorouahly appointed Cusi nesor Commercial Collcee in tli country. The only one in tlie city pi?aessing a Legislative Charler.and the only one m the United s'tatei author ired to confer Degree rf Merit fi;iplouia awarded to graduates in tlie Commercial Course under ita cor porate seal by authority of law. Conducted by geutlcmen of liberal education and eileriAive experience in buaiiicys. and arording une qualled advantages for the tnoronh theoretical and ptactir.al education of young men tor the various du ties and employment buin." lifi.-. " TI1EUUY AXU rUACTICE COMBINED by a of systf-tn ACTCAl. Et"IXC?S TUMMXfJ original and pre mini-iil'y practical, siving ihn stu dent in the shortest lime a couip Icte iPt.iztit into I'm science of arcounu, arranged and published by the proprietor of this lntituti n exrluively for his own use. saving one-half Ite ordinary labor of the student and giving him a complete knowledge of th? practice of tke best accountants. THE COMMERCIAL COURSE XM BRACES Bool:epirjg,Coairrjcrcial Ariihrcetic,Perj xcarjjhip, Eusinesa CorrerpondeDcc Commercial Law, Lectures on 13usicess Affairs, Commer ciai ('a?toms, Forms, aod Actual Dusi-' res Practice. SPECIAL CSANCHE3 S'gtbrn and the Hihrt Jfattrmatict, 'Aonoyan.'.y. Or naxttl Penmanship, the Art o Jtetetting Ctunterfeit JHonrf, h'.i)ginttt:vr Hur- t;jjinp, A'arigatittn and . Te!rrrap.inv. TELEiiilAflllNG. The arranc-ments for T eH-jraphin? are far more ad vane of anytliins of the kind ever i.uVred to the pub lie A rcstuLir Tele.raph Line i connected with tiie Inctitniirin wi'h twenty branch or5r.es in v;.riM3 parts of the ri y, where public busings is transacted, and in which the jtuilOHts of this liistitutiin are per mitted to practice. No regular office practice ran lie bad in any other school of instruction in the country, without wbich nn one ran obtain a position a a prac tical operator. Young men are cautioned az.-iitit the deceptive representations of these who. without any such facilities, pretend to t ach IVIerapIiiiii'. t'ATRONAGE. This Institution is now enjoying the lareit pttron tronage ever botowed upon auy Commercial rliool iu e State. Over five hundrec stuilent. were in atten dance the fi'sl year, and over seven hundred during the past year. The bet class of students may inva riably be found here, and all its associations are first cla;. LOCATION AVn ACCOMMODATIONS. This Institution isiocated in thetno central part of Ilia city, and its accommodations, for extent, ele gance and convenience, are unsurpassed. All lh rooms have been fitted up in the very best style with HUSIVESS OFFICES OR COUNTLVG IIOCSR.i. TELEGRAPH OFFICE. STATIU.VAKV STORE. IVD A KKHrLAR BAXK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSCE. supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes used as a circulating mediuui in the Department of Actual Business. TO YOCIYG Jiurv whn desire the very b st facilities for a Practical Lducaliuii for Losinrss, we gnaran lee a course of instruction no where elst etualled. whi'e thj reputation and standing of the Institution among business men make its endorse ment the best passport to success and advancement All conu-nipbting entering nny Commercial Colleg- ars invited to send for an LLCSTUATED CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE containing complete interior views of the Colleec and full particulars of the course of instruction terms, sec L FAIRDAMU, A. 31.,' National . Foundry. BL00MSI3URG,C0- fTyi HE subscriber, proprietor ia 8 riP 01 tne named ex- nS.aiJUu.lf.'; 1 tensive establishment, is now LJV--it prepared to re ceil e orders - All Kinds cf Slaclilnfry, for Colleries, Hlast Furnaces, Stationary' Engines, MlLlrf.TUPESHIXG M ACHIN ES. A.C.. eiC. Re is alsn prepared to make Sieves, all nixes and patterns, p'ovr-irons, and everything usually made in first-class Foundries. His extensive facilities and practical workmen, war- anthiiuin rec-'iving the largest contracts on the m rtt rejsonahle terms. C7 Grain of all kinds-will be taken in exchange for casting. CT This ?stabJiihment is Ica.d near the Lackawa na 4 Blooiosburg Railroad Depot. PETEE BILLjIYER. Uloomsburj, Sept, 12, 13C3. ' . DAVID LOYVEXDERG, C L OT III XG STOKE, n Mi L2i r JUillcr's Store. - OF Spring axitl Sumsnrr CJoods. rflE subscriber has just returnco from the cities -X with another large and select assortment or SPRUNG AND SUMMEil GOODS, purchased at Philadelphia and New York, at the lowest figure, and which he is atermmd to sell on as moderate trms as can be procured elsewhere in liloomsburg.- Ilis rtock comprises - LADIES DBSS GOODS of the choicest styles and latest fashions together with a large assortment of DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS, and Vtstings. Also, Groceries, Hardware. Cedar Wre, Hollow-ware, Mails, Iron, Hats and Caps, tc. In short, everything usually kepi in a country stores, to which he invites the at tention ot the public jjenoraUy. - Th highest price w ill be paid for country produce io Change for goods. 5 , liloomsburg, Nov. 22 1SCl ; READING RAIL ROAD. H IXTXtt AHKAKGC3IEMt November 27,1803. C'l reat Trunk Line rrom The North 71 and North-West for Philadelphia. New York, Evading, PottviilJ.Tanmqua. "Ashland, Lebanon, Al (Rtown. Easton. &.C. - Trains K-hvC llarrilmr? for New YorK, as follows : At 3IHI.7. '-''i and SU)i A. M..and l 4. and,!t.l!0P M ., arriving at New York nt 5.41) and In (Hi A. M and 3 40 aid in.'J.i P. M. con n. m ting ith similar Traing on the Fenmylvaiiia Kail ISoad ; Sl'-eping Car? aecoin.a'iy iiin the 3.WI and t'.Ua A. M Train . without rhanse. L ave Harrisb.irg lor Heading, Pott vil...Taoia.iua. Minerv:llc, A.hin'id, I (irove. AlN ntown, Hfd Philadflpliia at T 3j A .l. and 1 4i and II lid V M, ntop. fling lit Lebanon and all Way flalioiis; the P.Oi. M. Trsin making no close counec1 ions for I'otturille nor Philadelphia For I'otlsville ScinyUill Haven an I Auburn, via Schuylkill and Su3iu-hauna Rail Road, eae,llarri.-burg ai 4 P. M. Kctnrninir ; Leave New-York at 9 liO A. M. 12 no noon and o 00 P. M. ; i'hilaitelphia at H l0 A. M. and 3 30 P. M ; Pottstville at H :0 A. M. and 2 45 P. il ; Ashland b no and II 43 A M. and 1 15 P. Jl. Tamaqua at 7 3... M, and I 4(1 P. J. Leave Poltsville for Aarrihurg, via Schuylkill and ?uqu hnnna Rail Koal, at ri 4-i A- M, K :vli"? Arcommodatiou 'J'rnin : Leaves Ua ling at G 31) A. M . r.turniug from Pluladflphia at 4 3D P. M. Colniiihia Kail R ad Trains leav Rna lin? al 0 10 A. M.andti 15 P. M. for Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster, Co lumbia. 4c. Os Sum!avs; Leave N w York at P no P jr. Phila delphia 3.15 P M. Pottsvilln S On A M, TaiiiaquaS Ot) A M. Ilarri.-Uurff V Oj A Jlaml Ri-ailing al 1.00 A .M fur llarrisburg. and 10 5i A M. for w York. Couuuu'ation. Mi'eage. Seapon, Sc.:iol and Excur sion Tickets to and from all point', nt redurt d Kat-rH Caisage ch ike : thr-ugii ; eo poiitui allow, d pi b Passenger. - A- NICOLLa, HOU IL JCPrRlfSTkMJKST. "Reading. Ta. Nov 27, '8 5. FOUTZ'S ' ... ' Crl2BATID Horse aiu Cattle Powflors. "3 Tliis preparation. t 111, o.i.l f..,-muhl .1 .,- Vi V.. s ill llw.r. OIIIUT rem , Igwl ,4 m broken-down and low-spiritel horses, by strengthening and clcansinfr the stomach and intes tines. Jt is a sure pre . ventive of all dis eases incident to this animal, such as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS, YELLOW WA-- COUGHS, PIS TEMPER. FE Y E US , T it V S r E R LOS.S OF APPE TITC AND YltAL ENERGY, ic. It3 U3e improves the wind, increases the appetite-gives a smooth ana i oli.jff cl-in unit ' transforms the -iiu5:S:?52 miserable skeleton into a fine-looking and spirited Lorsc. To keepers of Cows this preparation is invaluaMe- It increases the quantity and improves the quality or the mil, it r.as been proven by ac tual experiment to increase the quan tity of milk and cream twenty prr eent. and make the butter firm and sweet. In fattening cattle, it gives them ia an apjieiiie, lo'jsen r? j their hide, and -j makes them titrivo much (aster. In all.diseascs of Swine, such aa Conghs, Ulcers ia toe Lnnts, Liver, ic, this article cts as a specific. By putting from one-half a paper to a paper in a barrel of swill the above diseases will be eradicated or entirely prevented. If frfven in time, a ccrtaia preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera. Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for $L PKEPAHEO HI s. foutz fc .olio., AT TIT EI It Pr.lG jD 3!F.DriXE DETOT, No. 118 franklin St., Baltimore, Md. For Sale by Pnifrjr'fts and StorcketptM througV ont the United Sutcs. E7" For sale at the Urns Ftore of EVER MOVER, Lloomsbiir' Ta. F.loorHs!ttr. Jan. 6. liGo. 12ino. Nos. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Courtlanclt Strce NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY Thisold-estnlilish.nl and favorite resort cf I he flu siuess Coiiiuiuisity has been rrcentl refitted, and is complete in everytUin that can minister to the com forts of its patrons Liuiie, and families are specially ard careful!y provided for. It i centrally located iu the bu- in-ss part of the cf ly and is contiguous to the principal lines .f steamboats cars, omniliussey ferries, tc. The table is amply supplied with all lJe luxuriesrf tile season, aud is e'piai to tliut of any oli.er hotel in ih: country. Ample accommodation, are orlcred for upward ol 4oi eueT-ts. CyT Do not believt mnners. narkmen, and o'hers w It- may say "the Western Hotel is full." D. D. WIVCIIEriTER. rroprieti r. TIIOS. D. WINCHESTER. Feb. 15. Jtii GIRTON'S CnCAPUKOCEuY STORE. ALSO II ATS j CAPS A3 D SHOES. rpiIE undersigned has remnvd Li lint ai.d Cap Store i up to Evans' old stand. w hre ia addition to a superior assortment of v SPUING AND SU3I3IER HI Unfe nnfl Hand- CONFECTION AK1ES, CiiACKEUS, Molasses, Ea2;ar, CofFce, Teag, Tobacco Snuff, Cigars, Spices, Dried Fruit, BuJter, Coal Oil, Lru23, Parlor and Hand Lamps, Books, "Writing Paper & Ink. Hardware ami Cedaricare, Pfcket Knives, Combs, Tojether with a variety of article, generally kept in Piorc. Also A flue lot of KIDS, MOKO' EOS and Lmsns to which he invite, the at ention of Shoemakers and tne public. JOHN K. CJHTON. Ctoomsbnrg, May 13. 115 CHAS. G. DARKLE Y, Attorney at faw, DLOOaiSBtRG, COLUMBIA C.,PA. XTTLL practice in the several Courtsof Columbia VV. County. AH Ietal business intrusted to his cats shall receive prompt attention. Office On Main Mrtet, Lithange CuilJinjs, over Miller's Store. Bloomsbur?, April 13, I?G4. ""NVfrAmr,, tuUt ndpromptlv done, by F! '3 ' VJi ii- . vvOr , W 'ft:. THE FIKEXJX PECTORAL; -Eg-a XJU I LL CUR E r -S-f.yr Your Cough. -rHi " ?t Read ibe aJver , '",---..,k('v'f.jC4icineat below.-r-0 The Phoenix Pec COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY NE8 EKA SVAKE -ROOT. Will Cure tlie Diseases of the 7KJS.'0AV ASP aXTHfSS, Sach as Colds, Coughs. Cronp, Aethma, Bronchitis, CUrrh, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, &c. Its timclj use will preveDt PULtMONAKY C0NSUMP1I0N, And even where this fearful disease is fully devel oped it will afford more iclief than any other medi. cine. J. Lawrence Gctz. ex-?pcaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, says : "This couch reme dy is now extensively used, and is the hialiei value to the community- its curative qualities haviii" been t-sted by thoii-ianns wnli the most gratify, .,-r results It i, carelully.nd skillfully pnnr fro, n W.ld Cherry I'.urk it seueka Huake Root bv Dr. Levi Oder holtzer, a reputable phytinan of t'iioenixvil'e Pa and is sold by nearly all druggist, anj co.JIltrv .ore keepers." 1). P.Croby, ea-Postmaxter and ci-Gurgos of rott. town, cerlitics as fullows : .... , t f, PoTT?Towi.,lwfi5.Jan. 3. This ecrtilies that I have used the Phoenix Pectoral in my family and I recommend it to the public as the very bet remedy (or Cush and Colds that I have ever tried. One of my children was taken with a cold.accompani. d w itlia Croupy Cough.so bad, indeed, that it could n it t;ilH and breathe. Having heard sj iiiu. h siiid about the I'lmciiix l ictoral, I procured " botile of it. The first ilose relieves the duficuliy of breathing, and bcf.re the child had taken one-fourth of the boinc it w as entirely well. Everv family sho d have it ih their house. . tuorfHY J. riniih. lru;it,or New Hope, liucks county. Pa , iii wrilinif to tir. Ubethoitzei . says fcw nays .'iiice I bousht two dizen oi your valuable' con-h remedy to try, and find it very good, and as it is near ly :ll jjoiie I would like you to send me a gross of it. -Your mediciii.y pivcj, better satisfaction than any other 1 have in Hie store. am a!?ent for some of the most popular cou?h puparalions, but yours suemsto be dolus the most good. Tne rollowine is an extract from a letter from Hiram Ellis, merchant, n-ar Poitstowu, Pa.: have tried the rhretiM Pertoral. and find it to be the best cou-h medicine extant, ll meets with a more ready sale than any oilier that I have ever had in my store." . '1 he proprietor of this medicine has so much confi dence in its curative powers lro.ii ihe testimony of thousand who have n,.d it. thai the money wiilbe ts 'effect, l X'ty I"uchaser wuo s not satisfied with ivIt,Sh.nl.o'rJ,,,"t:lke 0131 children cry for it. UOLLAU ! 'VB:EAI-a; lrge UutUe, O.VE It i.s intended for only one class Bf disaascs, name ly. tiiose of the I hro.it and Lung's JT Prepared only by LEVI VllillOLTZER, M.-D.. Id by all DruHtsand Store J'' PlU v ''yy- 1',,'''-vyAY. t COwi.EN.No. 23 North fcixth fcin:et, I'hilad. l plua, and .''''.M "- 'v"- 1'3 Kranklm Street, New . irk. General VVhoVanie Astents. ssold bv E. P LL'i'Z and tvtll Sc MOVER. Druy r.sts, Hloom,,ur?, ar, (, ,.nr eyt g6iela0d country storekeeper in CidumhiJ county. Sb,ela0U 1; -K--I' -V01"" "Merest druugi.t or storekeeper does not keen th,, mcdui,,,.. not I t lm put you off with ag nt,"foMrtme b,It en1 al u,,c oue of u,e January, aj, ISStl. Cin LIQUORS I 'ZjIOUs i Wtioctnlc nncl irclail. rpHE subscriber would announee to the citizns of I Bloomshurir a il I vieinily. that lie in .,.i.;. lies, and at diiF-rent prices, at his ICffJtV "-' i. imrni Sli two doors stith of Iron street, liloom rz MM. cAi .i lis ourc. i:is sIjck or t oreiju and Mi atic IS IB ASS" m HISS 9 consists of Co; n : and Rochel c, RIackberry, Gin-tf-r.Ilai.pbe.ryHm Lavender. He has a large ass ortment if 6 a. 3 Old Hye, cray with nj ... fine OtJ Rourbon. old F dl s Whiskey, and any -punti ly of coii mon. lie also has PURE HOLLAND GIN, Madeiras. Li.l.on. Claret. Sherry and Canpaene tM'ies ; and Iat but not L ast, a quantity of Eood doub e extra bROWX STOUT ; a U oi w hich he will sell at th" lowest cah prices. The public urere--pi Uully solicited to i'ive his liquor a trinl. I. VV, RolSBIN'd. A;ent. Insurance Company, WILKE8-PARRE. PE.NXA. CAPITAL AXD HUI'LIS, - - $150, A S jS E T S . ?toek not rall"d in. Kills receivable, - 17. i-'-Ml IJ.,nds, Temporary and cqll !oan Hi:! shires Wyomintr I'nnk Stock, j(i shares First National UaiiK tt WDko-n.-irr $.!.0OO A' ()0 6.01't) . 1 -J 5.d00 JO shares S -rond National Ifaukat Wiikes-ilarre TH) I'i share, W iikes-Uurrs Lri. e Stock. 3.5r0 li -ul Lt.ite, J-iilriui.-iit. - . - lu Ironi A-ents and others. Cash in hand and in ll.inli. 1,."I9 III I 7,414 l,c4. G. M. HOLT.r.M! CK, l. i). shoemaker, il m. fiovt, r. :lLLItt. Wm. s. iro-is, IMltl.I-J A MIXER, Jii.'N kkh ll.MJI). s .mi;i:l w,d:i a vrs, CHARLLjt I.OUK.WCK, R l LM (;i: -SiEWARF riEHCR. 1 HAIiDIVG. CM nOLI.EVitAi K. Pe.irf. R-C SMITH. sJ!'0l:"AK-V'C u . . . F- KROWX. Af-nt, Marrh . j- .y . . 1Sibiirz, Pa. LOOKHERE. THE VERV FI.ATTILULV; U0.T heretpforf niven lo the hue firm of JAMES S. MeNLNCH cc CO., induces lh under- signed to enter upon the baine?s of MERCHANDIZN G npon a foinwfiat Lew pl.in. The credit -ytr?:i h been an iiij';ry to boi!i buyer and seller, an t tlierefj't? ja.th-:s S- .TltAICn proposes to oppn on (he 13 h iiay of the month of November, A. D. 1863 in CC, .X vT7vP r THE MOST COMPLETE AXI) EL VGA XT STOCK OF IVEW GOOD SO EVER OFFERED IN THIS C017NTV; ctinifiiin? ol every variety and quality of siaple ami fancy good, GUOCECIES, CUEKXS.VAIiE, IIARD U'AliK, and all fori of ariicles kept in a country fiore ; lo be iold OR IN EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF frodccj:. The whole biiMie? lo be conducted on ihe (.ysiem of pay as yon :n; and at cheap er rates ihan any oiher houe. Call and ju.'te lor vonr6elvps. JAMES S. MeNlNCH. November 8, 1SG5. A iricri can Hotel, CHKST.i;r STREET, Opposite old Independence Hall, - rCILADELPUll. S. M. IIEUMNGS, Proprietor. Wm. II. ITeuuxgs, i hrk. May 27, lc63. I2m tAIt!" We wkiit aaenta ev PCCIVvliKra lo oil fur improved S: Scnin; Machines, Three nrnv nds. Under and upp-r feed. Warranted five years. Above salary or laree commissions paid The OXr.Ymtcoines in th-Cnited Stites for la than H). whi- ij are fully licensed by Uotve.Wherl er t VVi aon, Crover M. Laker. ,Smer t Co., and Cai helder. Alt o'her cheap Machines are tnfrinee rnents nd the seller "r usci are JiabJe to arrst. ti ie anjl mnrionnient. Circnla rs free. Address ortall MM ' BONE MILL 5i rn BONE J) LIST. THE BUST & CHEAPEST MANURE ! FINELY ground Hones, etpressly for Wheat, Rye, Com. I'-uckivlicat. tlats, I'vtHtocs, Crass Fruit Trees, (jrnpe-Vines Vegetables, ice. As tnnst Bone Pust and I'ertiiiZ'TS are larsely adulterated to satisfy consumers that this crtirle is striet'y pnre.e;.ch liill nf a'.e is accompanied with n tjslifiiul staienient tbaf enrli pad-.a'" of Hone lut is entiri l free froui ailulteralion. To this fart our frcishl neHts, car men and workmen, can ut all times testily. Farmers will do well to send for our circulars, giv ing full partiriilars of this valuable fertiliz-r. As our stock is liuiilad, we advise our cuslor-.ers to or der early. PACKED LX BAGS $ RARIIELS. C7 A Liberal Discount Allowed to Dealers. A. J Kit KIN It;, A IiLiitow ii. pa. X. C Persons rsadinc this advertisement will do bnne path"rers a favor by bringing us to their notice, as wepay the highest pricefor liones. Man.h 3i. lrt,0. Juio. v DENTISTRY. H- C. HOWE R, SUKGEON DBNTIST, u RFSPEt T'FL'LLY oll. rs his profess Jl5'V.-?'v ional services to the ladies and gentle vQj'Vvtrir men of bl iouisbursaiid vicinity. He is 1 ' J prepared 10 attend to all the varum ! operations in the line of liisprofession and s provnl. d w-tli Hie latest improved PjhCt.lAJ. Tt.Ki li, whir j w II I'd inserted on pold.ph.tina.sil vcr and rubber hf e to lookw II as the natmal teetli Mi leral plate and bli nk teeth manufactured ac all oj er; lirms on teeth.carefully and properly attended t . tUii'eiice and ottire a few doors above the Court u u,e. same side. i III iciisbur;, June G l?i"3 Oats GROCERY STO RE OX MAIN STREET.' BLOOMSBURP. .ISorc rrch ooN. Just received at Henri Giaes Neir ! Store: MOLASSES, SIJURS, ! 'J' 10 AS, COFFEE, K1CE, SPICES, ! TTTT .4T.n- CC1 IZrZ FISH, SAJI. liAlSlN, TOBACCO, SEGA US, CANDIES, KOTINNs, Toys, FEi:D AXD PROVISION'S. T"E"thr vriih a jrreat variety of notions, 4e loo numerous to mention B U TTER EGGS. ME. T and Produce csnera'lv, taken in e xchatigc foreoods. The bet market price will he followed. Give lrm a call. 3T" The highest market prices paid for all kind. COl'ATRY FUIIS. II EN II Y GIGER. Cloomshurj, Jan'iary 3, LWG5. jYcip Slock of Clothing. 8;riiij? and Summer Cioods. LXVITES attention to his stork of cheap and fash 1'inaMe Clothing at his btore, on MAIN STREET, J J LOOMS R UR G , two doors above the American House, whrre he has just received from Xewr York and J PLi laJelplua, a lull assortment of 32c ii and IuyS CIoiliiii, inc!uIin; the most fesliionable. durable and hand same. DKLsS GOODS, cousifling of Hox, Sack, Frock , Gum and Oil Cloth Coats, and 'ants, of all sorts. sizc, and colors. He alo hss r plen ished his already large stock of l'ali and Winter lnvls; striped. ti;u.-ei! and plain Wsts, shirts, cravats, storks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus pender and fanry articles. N. It. He hasronstaiitly on hand a lsrse and well si lerted assi-rtment of Cloths and Vtstums. which he is prepared lo make up lo nrrii-r, into any kind of clothitij on very sli rt noiice an J in the best of man ner. All his clothinc is made to wear and most of it is of home miiTiufai tare. ' Of every Description. Fin and Clr-ap. Hi Case of Jewelry is not surpassed in this place, t all and ex amine his geueral afsortir.snt of Cli thing, Watches, Jewelry, &.c. Slc. DAVID LOU'ENEURG. Eloottisturg, April 20, liCo. CIIALES B.BItOCKWAY, Altorisoy-at-Laiv. Bounties, Rack-pay. 1'ensions, collected. Special attention ptid to matters arri in; under the Internal Revenue Laws. t OFKli 'E one door west of the Court House, Blo'msbur;. Pa. January 17. lfi. PHOTOGRAPHS 1 PIlOTCGRAfUS 1 1 A XEIF GALLERY IN BLOOMS BURG. TUT undersigned takes pleasrue'in announcing thst he has opened a Callcry in the larpe Koom over Hartman's Store, iu Bloomshurg, Pa., for P ho tocraphic and Kindred Art. Fleis prepared lo take Pictures of all kinds. Having procured the service of an experienced Artist from -Nets York, h is prepared to do all kinds of Picture taking. t3" Call and soe before oing elsewhere A. A. HEMPSTEAD. January 31. 1SC6 3m. Justice ol ihc IVacc, Licensed Lonveymcer, Scrivener, and Survey nr. Office Reaver Valley, Pa. Will attend to tikins Acknowledgements. Write De.'d., Morteaces. Leases, Bonds. Notes, Agree ments, &c. Horveying attenied lo with despatch. Charges moderate. BLANKS 1 BLANKS ! 1 r f' eT""v iaE&if ."Jit 1 14 ' l -Tl li-X?.':J 4 A N D cTJ rff rxy j-'i Tf ?0 HBliMBOiB'S FL0ID EXTRACT BUCHU, A poaltlve and Fpcclflc Hemcdy for diseases of the Bimddcr, Kidney, Grovel und IropctcuI Swclllnf;. .This 5Iedlcino Increases tho powers of digestion, and excites tho abborbents Into healthy action, by vrblch tho watery orcalcarcons depositions, and all unnatural en largements are reduced, as well as pain and lnfiaiomaUon and Is coca for men, women and children. UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT DUCHU, For weaknQFS arising from Exccb?98, Habits of Dissipa tion, Early Indiscretion, attendoJ with tho following 8ymptomH Indisposition lo Kxcrtlon, Loss of rotrcr, DiCiculty or Ercttthlny, TrcrnVdr.;,. TTakcfalnoHS, Tala In tho Tacit, nufldns of tho Body, i:rnptlons of tho race, l'nllld Countenance. lx,s ot Memoryi Weak Nerves, Horror of Clscas( ""V Dimness of Vitloa, Hot Uantij, Dryncsfi of the Skin, Universal LnsRltade, ThefC tyuiplonirt, If nllotrcd to goon (r.lilcli U.U Modi Cine Invariably remove.?), soon follow FAT CITY, LITLEITIC FITS, &C., In one of which the patient may expire V.Tio can say they are not frequently followed by those " direful dis eases,' IXS.VN'ITY AXD COXSCMPTIOX? Many sro UM-nro of the cause of tli"lr Buffering, but nono T ill cor.f'-s. Tho records of tho Insane asylums and tho melancholy deaths by consumpflou bear umplo wltucss to the trnlh of tho ascrt!orf. Tho Constitution, onee n.Te;:tt;d b7 organic weakness, iciuliCi tlie uld of medic-ire tostrerthen and lnrlyorito thfeystem, which V.V..V.Y.'A.r EXTRACT OK ICCHU liiVtrlb.'y decs. A trial will convince Ihe most eccptlcal. Intr.my affections peculiar to Females, the ExTrrr Prciir is uncfiuled by nny other remedy, and for all complaints Incident to the sex, or iu the . DECLLN'S OH C1IAXGE OF LIFE, Cxf Eeb SiitPTOJia acovz. Ko raraily should bo withotit It: Tatero Tlalsam, Tloicury, or i!pleai.ant mediclns for Bplea-iant and dungcrons tllca?e3. liLuLiiiutiij l LAiAiicil DuuiiJ Cures Secret J-Jisaasea In all their stages little expense, littlo or no charge of fllcl, no lacoavcnlenee, and NO EXPOSUfiS. CJSE HliLAiJOLlD'S EXTRACT BUCHU For all affections mid diseases of these organs, whether EXISTING IS MALE OTl FEMALE, From whatever cnuso orljrinatlnrj. and no matter how long standing. Licenses of theso organs require the aid of a diuretic. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU 13 the Great Diuretic. And It ts certain to have tho desired ecct In all dlscasa for which It 1j rccotnmeaOc.L ruonr ctoce.n r;i'.T,ir c ""Cir FLUID EXTRACT S A u S A P A R I L L A, Forpur!!Vtns Ihe r.'ood, rc:r.D7ia5 tt cl.ror.lc constlta ttonal ;:: e;iro-. r.rlr'lrj f: cm an !::ip'trc s'uto of the I'looi, 3d the or.ly rellaMa and ciretun! k-.o--i remedy for the care of 5rrof :la, S-cald I!c-iJ, S.-lt irjeTin, Tuiu sad Eiclllrjs oft!;.; Vw. O-r-.' I'.r.s or the Throat and Legs, BJoltli-:-:;, riTjlea op ti e J'a'e, Tcitcr, Erysipjlaa, and all 6ca!y Frupi loua of the f kla, BF.AUTIl-'VINO XTJfll COZXTJ.KXXOX. I?0T' A FETt" Cf the tvorst d'.rordcra tl;r.t allet m.r:I-!rid nrlse from tho corrrtptlon thst accurnvilr.'os In te 1 Vo'L Cf a'.l tlie dis coveries ihut hnva t.'jcn n:de lo pn: ; re it oat, none ecu e;us,l In eCect IizLn-Ln'8 Ccasi-ovyn Fxtbact or Sr. baiatiilla. It ccar.es r.nd renovsics the Elood, InstllU the vigor cf health ltto ti c tj? ten, and purpes out the burners, v. Llc'a rr.'ihe f'Siue. It lir.s'U'cs the hea'.'.ty furtlon.vf the body, r.r.i Cipe'..'- the di.or lcr3 that r-ro-x ac0.-ant:le"i3 the M-.-r-,;. Each a remedy that could Lo relied on has lor.g Leca tc-aght for, and now, for the first Ume the public havo one on vrLlch they can depend. Cur spacehcre does not r.(l:n'.t cf certl.lcatcsto thow Its effects. Let the trial of a single LotUe irlll thow to the sick thut it Las Its vlrtstd turpatsin? anything they have ever ti-kcn Two tab!cppfwii f-i cf the Lrtn4Ct cf srsaparllid oddsd to a pint of -wter Is ctj'.I to tho Llfchoa Diet DrlLk. and one hottle ii fn'ly cquiil lo a gsllon of t!io yrup of Barsa prKlu, or tho (.'Owuciion as usjally uimle. nr:i,ii3oi,D's f.cse wash, An excellent Lotion for dlr&scs arisln? from br.hlls of dissipation, used H ccTnect"n vith the Evtrncts Dacha and Snrsaptrl'H, In r-ieh diseases at- reconsruended. Evi dence of the most rccpm:hlc end rcllatle character v.iil accompany the medittdes. Also explicit directions for jsc, irn uiurc'.s n ou-rrnf-'i living vrltneescs, end vp. wards cf 3i,W3 Ttr.sn'.lcitcd censaeatsa and recoraTnenda tory letter?, tunny of -rbkh hro from the highest sources, inclvidli) eminent Phy?lclan3, Clergymen, Statesraon, 4e. The Trcprlctor has never rcorte J to their publication In. the newspapers ; he does not do this from the fact that Ida articles rank as Standard Preparations, and do not need to be propped tip fcy certlflca'.cs. The Science of Medicine, like tbo Iorlc Colnmn, should eland b'ttple, pure, majestic, having Fact for Its basis. Induction for IU pillar, snd Truth alone for Us Capital. .-ry Estract Farsnpari'.:a '.s a Flood Purifier : ir.yrrtract Euchu Is a Diuretic, and 111 ect es such In all cases. Both arc prepared on pnrciy scientific principles in racuo and ore tho most active measures cf cither that can te made. A ready and coteinFi-re tort vrl' bo a com parison of their properties wlla those 6ct forth In lie fol louring worts: See Dispensatory of tho TzltoA Sir.tes. - Eco Frofeasor Dewses' valuable worka on the rractlco cf rhyslc. Eeo retrarts made by the celebrated Dr. Firm'-, rtJIa. Peo remarks madefy Dr. ErtrcAiat McDowsia, a cele tratcd Physician and Jirrcr of the F.oyr.l Co'.Ugecf Enrjeons, Ireland, r.nd published, la the TracsacUoaa ol the Elng and Queen's Jonrnal. See Jledlco-Chlrnrglcal r.ev!ex. published by Hxsj'n Tratxbs, Fellow of the Koyil Collece of Enrpeoro. 6co moit f the late staniird works ca Medicine, FOLD BT ALL Tr.CQGIST3 L Xi.K WY.LiVH, Address Icttora for Information, in confidence, to II. T. IIELMBOLD, Chemist PErXCIPAL DEPOTS Jlelmbold's Drug and Chemical Warehouaf No. 5D4 BEOADWAT, KEW TOEK, aad Helmbold'a Medical Depot. ISo. 104 SOUTH TENTH ST, PHILADELPHIA, 15 1 : V A 1 1 1 : O F COT I N T 1 R F 15 1 T ASK FOR HELM HOLD' 31 TAKE I.tO OTHE."J IW C13 THE IP ' fe.-r'sr . SYRTTP . I A PROTECTED SOLUTION OT TB ' I'rotoxide of Iron, - a new discoverj iQ rofdioirie which PTRIKE3 AT THE HOOT OP DIFEA8K,' T PPly.nf the lllood with its fnM, Ih.s ., the secret of the wonderful auecta. .f tUI m remedy id curing Djspepaia LiTcr Oompl.in, r0?,U Chronic Diarrbte,, Doil,, Nertout Affections, Chills and Feief: Humors, Loss of CoDsti- 1 t ' ; tutiqnal vigor, Diseases ? ' of the Kidneys & . " r Bladder, Female , , Complaints, and all diseases orrlp,t.irf B - . BAD STATE OF TlE BL00f7 or accompanied by lability or a low .tatii of,fc7 , , system " nein? free from Alcohol in any form. it. m flT.-c.sare not followed by corresrionrt?-" tromlhe Vvuerable Archdeacon Ri OTT. D D "u"n fana,l! Lat. Marrh 24. 1863. than 25 years-'st,,,ai"?,"Vtterat0 'PP' of inor. A CA.SE OF 27 YEVKS- BTAN'DIXG CURED years! fVo tfZSi 'r'rjf uv.an Kyrup. and found immediate h"fl "horn fi ll the course ofthree or four week. I i relieved from my --7T."1. ?nt"?r terrupted health ever since." "Jy A EMINENT DIVfVE OF. BOSTON PAYS 'I have been using inc P,,u.;, J. ' Z time past; it give. , w v7 r ' P f"C its. Elasticity of ugc," V 'r. buoyiocy of .plr- Thousand, kave been chafed b, the vet of UU ,mt6a from wtnk, siciy, suffering creature t. tLJLt 1 fit '. and kn.f. men and rente mmd imrlh f trim- A pamphlet of3- paCe.. ' containing eertincals. rf cure, and recommendation, from .ou.e of u.V" eminent physicians. clercrn,en. and oth.r. wilTfc. sent rt many address ""r. win inImTg.'ae.sl'J'l,!a?h bU'e h" r"CVI" S, bUw. FOR SALE bY " . J. ?. DINSMOIJE, Proprietor, 36 Dev ft Wew T, SOLD UY ALL ilftuJuiSTS. All Mediral ien aeree that nniiip . ... RK.MEHY f-r Scrofula and al lhe BEyT Discovered. The uiffieultv h. 1"''re, " ever S-...nT:n of it! U,mcu,tJr ha been to obtain a p.a. !. II. Anders' Iodine Water A most Powerful Vitaliziug geDl aD(J Hesturslire. It ii. eurerf and ,u. COFtt A I. .11 il, .. j. . .AtTSSS,,- Circular, Vr,l be. en I r... Dey Die""- , a.iiress. enl to ""y " niai thsa p VT.' " f10," bot,,e' nr for fS (HI J..P. DISSMORE.-ae Dev St. New Y And by all Drujgi.t.. WISTAR'S BALSAM OP WILD CHERRY IIAS BEEN USED Foil NEARLT HALF A CENTURY, M .:h the mo,i astoni.hinj .ucce.s id cutis, ' tougbs, tolds, Hoarseness, Sore Throatf Iiiflu.Dza, Whooping cotigh, Croup. Liver corupJaint, Bronchitis,Diffi. cultjof Breathinrr, AatLmfc, and every affec tion of THE TnitOAT.LCXUSt CllESli OoBisumption f rtater extent th.in any other malady, ortrn ,,,. VltLDri TO THIS REMtUY I when all others prove mefTccrual. AS A MEDICINE, Kapid in Relief. ,oothin? jn &-,. .afe in it, 0P1 , . ation. , IT IS UNSURPASSED ! w.nleas a preparation, free from noxiou. ingredineDt. e?,r,r,':i'r,"iinera'": un,,in ,kil1- "ience. and m.d'' "X klS-j c"'"bi'!j"S"that is valuable In Uf viitab!e Kingdom for this class ofdiseae,it ia Incomparable ! ndenle "Vuie pumIc'1 a'"' ee"1 .SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.. of Herman. X. Y.. rite, as follow. : ' V."T. U.AL!"S ' VV,LD n" eives universal- satislartion. It seems to cure a I ou?h by looscninit' and cleans in? the lunE,, and allaying irritation, tbu. r-iiiiviiig tlie cause, insfad of dryine up the couch and l-avme tl, rause behind. I consider the Balsam' as po d as any, if ni the best, Cough mcicine wjHj' which 1 am acquainted." Kcv. Jacob Sechler, ofHanorer, Pa. Well known and much repectd amon- the German population in this country, make, tlie followinr .late ment lor the benefit of the afflicted.- UEtKStss Having realized in my family isnnor. tant beitits frumthe use of your valuable preparation- Wi-tar-s Balsm or Wild Ciicrrt it afford, me pleasure to recommend, it to the public. Some eirht y--ars ajo one of my daurhteri seemed lo be in a Oe cline an'i little hpes of her recovery were .atertaifi ed I t hen procured a bottle of your exccllenr Uslsssn. and betore hhe had taken ihe whole of the contents or the bjittle there was a great improvement in hen health. I hve. in my individual case made frequent' use ot your valuable medicine, and have alwavs bee bcneiilled by il. . JACOB SBCIILER. Price One Dollar a Bottle. i TOR SALE BY J. T. DIN3MORE,:6 Dev Plreel. New York. SETII W. FOWLE. it SON. Proprietors, liosl on. IKS BT ALL DKU6U1STS. GRACES Celebrated Salve Cf RES CUTS. BURNS, SCALD. Grace's Celebrated Salvo : ' - cures wouxns. CRUISES, SFRAIWr. Grace's Celebrated SaWo 1 CURES nOILS. ULCERS, CAXCER3. Grace's Clebrated fal?c CURES SALT RHEUM, ERY8ITELAS. Grace's Celebrated Salve. CURES CHAPPED HANDS. CHILBLAINS, Grace's Celebrated Salto HEALS OLD SORES, FRESH WOUNDS, ie. It is prompt in action, remove, pain at onee. and're duces the most angry-looking .wcIImic. and im0a mattons. a. if by magic thus aflordimg relief and s complete cure. Only 2j cent, a box v (Sent by" mail fbr2Joent.,) - For Sale by J. P. IH VSMORE 3fi Dev Ftrc.l. New Yrk . W. FOWEB ic 8'JX, Prnprieto.-a.toaton, and hy 1 Irnsit. ;roer.y. und Ctmntjr t''ir, s. 1 k .