Columbia democrat and star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1867, April 25, 1866, Image 4

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    AGRICULTURAL.
-: -HIGH MANDRllSC.-. ; .
Will high manuring paj !- Tfcu is J
qiesiioa which ia the practice "of farm
jd2 ii becoming a very important on,
and its decision will involve another im
tcrtant' Question, viz : whether farming
like ether kinds of - basinen, will give
profitable emplojmeDt for increased
amounts -of capital, or .wtether this
amoaal ia in a measure fixed and cannot
be exceeded With a prospeet ot a fair
interest for the principal so invested.
Or ta put the question in a more open
and easily-understood form.- Can a
farmer who has his farm entirely or
partially paid for, obtain a tetter in
terest by investing Lis earnirgs in art;fi
cial mannres, than he can from Govern-,
xnent or other popular loans I
I can, now point out farmers who are
(in addition to all the barnyard manure
which they can manufacture) using from
one thousand to fifteen hundred pounds
of bona dust per acre, and to on in par
ticular who in addition to a liberal coat
of barnyard manure (such as wovld have
"eatisSed most of us ) gave UW wheat a
topdreseiugof twelve hund, e land seven,
ty-fiye pounds of homemade s- perphojhate
per acre. . '
Some of his olJ-fa.hionLd neighbors
shake their heads and say Vil wou'l
pay," ''can't do it loog, &o. &o. ; but
he has been, carrying it on in tbe tame
place for several years, and can raise
cropB which surprise thosa who know
what was taken eff the land . before lie
came in posesaion of it, and yet he says
ke does not think that he .ban reached
the amount whica will give the best in
terestfor the capital , invested.
Ilia axiom is that he can afford to buy
bis farm over agaio, and with pho.-phatc
at 565 per ton put on at the rate cf twelve
to thirteen hundred pounds per acre, hia
old-fafhionad neighbors' aeeci to think
he will not Be long bringing about th
above expenditure.
Hut what plays the mischief with u.
old-fashioned folks U that be baa figures
for all he. .doe, (and tizure won't lie "
a fashionable lady to the contrary not
withstanding,) and caa show ui dojbters
it all io black and white.
He ean.ahow that tbe abcte top-dicss-ing,
put oa at a cost 843 per acre, will
increase his crops aa follows :
Cora) 33 bus. atflGO
Oai. 20 hut. mi SO
' Wheat 15 bus. at I SO.
Hay, 1 ton mta
920 00
1000
15(h)
$87.50
And that in addition to the above in
crease, he will, after mowing twice, be
able to. stock the field ot least oae-tbird
heavier than before it received the phos
phate, : --
. Io addition to the above, by increas
ing bis bay crop be increases Lis ability
to winter stock-cattle. and fatten others
on grain, and thus U continually in this
ratio increasing his stock of farm-yard
manure, which although valuable , I have
cot counted in the above calculation.
He and I are both satisfied' that the
capital thus invested pays him at least
twenty-five pr cent, and lasts for seven
or eight years, and at the end of that
lima icavca uiui & u iucici;u vaiu? iu
farm-yard manure fully equal to the
amount of the investment.
The truth t, we look upon capital
invested in this way as being so much
chargeable to the land; and net as cap
ital invested in a business in order to
Increase future profits. In this respect
(as in many other,) the English agri
culturists are far ahead ofu; a renter
in England will often expend one-half
the first oostofthe land during the first
year of hi3 lease Our American far
mexuwill at once. a.-k "Why don't he
buyt" My answer ii that he forms no
exception to the rule that all men are
governed by self-interest, and her find.
it more to his interest to invest h'u mon
ey in applying manure to land not bit
wn than to have hia money invested
in the land as owner : the land belongs
to- some of the nobility who rent it to
good men upon the Jorjg-Iea;e system
and give themselves no farther trouble
about it. :
I know farmers who will read tlis ar
ticle owning and carrying on goa l farms
who have money invested in mortgages
at four and five per cent., wh?n they
might as well have it invested in thtir
own farms to a much greater advantage
to themselves.
To show that I do DotconGae myself
to theory olone, I will state that' I have
land now trader a crop on which ia two
years I have put two thousand pounds of
bone dust and five hundred pounda of
phosphate pr acre, asd next year ex
pect to raise a crop, and can say that
no investment ever paid me better.
Cermantoini Telegraph;
WORTH KNOWING.
Last spring I took a email qianiity of
seed corn and soaked it In a eolation of
saltpetre, and to tesl it planted fire rows
through the middle of a naturally moit
piece with teed thus prepared. Now for
the result The five rowa planted with
corn soaked in the saltpetre yielded
more than twenty rows planted in the
usual way. The five rows were untouch
ed br tha wire worm, while the re-
. xaalcder of the field suffered badly from
their depredations, and I should judge
that not a single kernel saturated with
' the saltpetre waa touched by the worm
while almost every bill in thesst of the
Ipicco sobered more or lea. The worms
are little kind of tqueamisbin regard to
eatiz anything that comes in their way,
tccce I wish to lay the fact "before the
agricultural reader, and hope it will be
earsiiiy ies;ea t&e commsr season, as
tLe cost U coEcparitively nothiig when
. put tUr.gr.di cltwo cr three aeres of
v ccrn nearly ruined by these pests. Al
: xzobl lands are mere or less filled with
thsn, and raany farmers dare not plant
. .t r .1 ii .
com on IZ.3UJ, lor iae7 cay iaa wire
worawill spell their crop : benca they
rrUl let it lie caixnproved year afteryear.
s-bsa it n;,?ht te raade to rrtduce
; T-tif-lcrcp.- Gennntoicu Tt frjraph.
A: J. EVANS'
CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
JSearly opposite the Episcopal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
T t Y stock it composed cf fine clothing, medium
ill and low priced adapted to all condition!,
Iiitti loiiwintt. He ha the latest styles for tbe
season a fine assortment of r
Crercoats aud Gentlemen's Siia.y.s,
front low to (be very beat .
His Goodst ai t lathwnnble and well Made."
. In addition to my stock of readv-mada rinthins t
have piece goods for custom orders.
Cloths, Casimercs, &c, fcc.
And having one of the first elaaa cutters. I enarnn"
Me a fit in all easos and rive satisfaction. Also a
variety of
WCOLE AND LLE.Y SIiIRTS,
Stocking. Neckties. Collars. Ftock. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's line of clothing.
Bl .1111 .UUllH, IUUI 0U -.li'Cl
bags.
i will sell at tbe lowest Market pricts. Please give
me a cull before purehaing elsewhere.
ninnmsburg, Nov. 15, I8C3.
Terrible incitement !
IN LIGHT STREET,
AT PETER EiYT'S STORE,
On Account uf the IVew
Arrival of l ALli &, Winter
rovco ce 123 'bss s
GREAT JtEDUCTlON IN PRICES
HAS .just received froc
Cities and Is now opening i
om the Eastern
at the old stand a
splendid assoitirenl of
tvhica will be sold cheap for
CASH Oli COUNTRY PROnUCH !
His stock consists of Ladies' Drees Goods, choicest
styles and latest fashions.
CALICOES,
MUSLINS.
GINGHAMS.
FLANNELS.
HOSIERY
SILKS. SHAWLS, CARPETS, &C.
IIcady-.TJiKle Clotliinsr,
SATIN UTS,
CSSI.MERES,
COTTON A DESt
KENTUCKY JEANS
THREAD, &C.
(3CE LIX HIS S3
QUEENSW ARE,
CEDAHVVAKE,
HARDWARE?.
MEDICINES.
DRUCS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
Tn short, e'verytrrog usually kept in a country
store.
Thepa'ronagi of bi o'd friends, and tbe puc'ic
generally, is respectfully solicited.
The highest murket price pai' lorcoautry produce.
PETER ENT. .
Light Ptreet. Oct. 4, 1SC5.
BUSINESS COLLEGE
N. E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Street3.
PHILADELPHIA.
The most complete and thoroughly appointed Busi
ness or Vouimt-rcial College io the country.
Tha only one in the city po.einj a Legislative
Chatter, and thnonly one in the United States author
ized to confer Decree of knt Uiaplomas awarded
to jtraduates in the Commercial Course under its cor
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted by eeutlemcn of liberal education and
extensive experience in business, and affording une-qualled-advisniazes
for the lh"roiti lheoriical and
mactical edi.caiion of youuz n.en lor the various du
ties and employment of business life.
TIIEOKV AN LI fUACJlUt. UUJlBI.MiU
by a of lyniem
ACTLM1. BL'SIXEFS TRAIN'IXG
original and pre eniinent'y practical, giving the stu
dent in the shortest time a romp lete insight into the
science of account, arraiiji-d and publinhej by the
proprietor of this Institution exclusively for his own
use SdVinj one-nun iuc or'iinary luoor ni i.ie iiuurni
and givini him a complete knowledge of iht practice
Df the bent accountants.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
v EMBRACES
B)okee ping, Commercial A riih me tic, Pen
manship, Rusinesa Correrpondence,
Commercial Law,-Lecturea on
Business Affairs, Coojmer
ciai lu?toms, Forms,
and Actual Busi
rcs Pructies.
SPECIAL BXAXCHE.
Slgtbra and the Higher ,VAffmatje, Phonography, Cr
Counterfeit ,Wry, Knrinettipg A'ur
veyh;?, Wacigalijn and
TeletrrnplMig .
TELEGKAfUING.
The arrancements for Trlepraphiae are far more ad
vance of any thine of the kind ever onVred to the pub
lie. A regular Tele, raph Liii3 i connected with tile
lnstitntiim wi'h twenty branch olhces in various
parts of the ci y, where public bJ?ines is transact
and in which the tudohts of this liistitution are per
mitted to practice, itu rteniar otnee practice can be
bad in anv other schsol of instruction in the country,
without which no one can obtain a position as a prac
tical operator. Young mun are cautioned ncainst tbe
deceptive representations of thoe who, without any
such facilities, pretend lot' ach Telegraphing.
t'AlKU!VAUK.
This Inttitution is now enjoying the largest nitron-
tronage ever betowed upon any Commercial choo in
ire State. Over Dve hundret student were in atten
dance the first year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. Tbe best class of students may inva
riably be found here, and all its associations are first
dasu.
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
This Institution is located in the innei central part
of the city and its accommodations, for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are uonrpa.-sed. All the
rooms have been fit ted up in the very teg, style with
HUPINErfS Or rlCES UK CUUNTINiJ HOUSKrf.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE, STATIONARY STORE,
AIIO A REOCLAR
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND tS.-TE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes used
as a circulating medium io the Department of Actual
Business.
TO YOlG J?2Er
who desire the very best facilities for a
Practical htiacaiion fcr Lasincss,
we gnaran tee a course of Instruction no where else
equHlled, while the rcputhtion and standing of the
Institution among business men make its endorse
ment the best passport to success and advancement.
A'.l contemplating entering any Cnmruernal College,
are invited to send for an I LLUSTKATED
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College
and full particular of the course of instruction'
terms, t c
L. FA!BB.LKS A. 51.,
T. E. MERCHAXT.Supt.of Offica BuirBMi?1"
Nov. 4, lc5 14 m.
National Foundry.
f BliOOMSliUKG,CO
m-g&h3Sim CO., PA.
CTfiE subscriber, proprietor
s J "i tne anove naineiJ ev
: tensive establishment, is mo
tAcJ prepared to recene orders
All Hindi cf Machinery,;
for Colleries. Blast Furnaeea, Stationary Engines.
. MILLS. THPESHIVG MACHLv ES. tk.C. 4.C.
- Re is also prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
patterns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
orst-ciasa rounones.
His ext jrsiv facilities and practical workmen, war.
tanthiiuin receiving the largest contracts oa tbe
m t rPigonahle term. ' ...
O Grain of all kinds wtll be taken in exebanp fo
eastinifs. ;.:'
tT This establishment is Wa.fed near tbe Lackawa-
na 4 Bloomsburg Railroad Depot. . .
PETER BILLMYER
Blaomsburg, Sept. 12, IS63.
DATID LOWESBERG,
. CLOTHING S TOR E,
Oa Main stree tjt wo dooriaboTelhe Amer
icas Hotel. ' - . ' -
Miller' s Store.
" ; oy - , ; ' .
. .,. , ; , . . v
Spring: and Summer Gooils
THE subscriber has just returned from the cities
witli another Jarge aud sckect assorinieut of ?
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,-
purchased at Philadelphia and Sevr' York, at the
lowest figure, and which be is deteraiimd to sell
on as moderate Urms as cau be ptoeured elsewhere
ia Bloomsburg. , - .J' t , . t,
tlis rtock comprises i, ,
-L'AD.ES GOODS
uf the choicest styles and l.tast fasiiions together
wiih a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS,. CLOTHS.
and Vt stings. Also. Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
VVre, liollow-ware.'ails. Iron,
lists and Caps, tc. In short, everything usually
kept in a country t ores, to which he invites the at
tention of the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for country produce
ia exchange for good a. .
S. IT. MILLER.
Cloomsburj, Nov. 22. 1S65.
READING RAIL ROAD.
WI.MfU ARRASGU5JEAT.
November 27, 18C5.
(reat Trunk Line From The North
and North-West for Philadelphia. New York.
Reading, Pottsville.Tainaquu. Ashland, Lebblioa. Al-
t-ntown. Eaaton. &.C.
Trains leave Ilarrisburg for New V or, as follows ;
At 3 IKI 7 -5 "rt i'-u5 A- an'1 1 45 and !, " M-
arrtvin'e t New York nt 5.40 and It) DO A. M and 340
and 10.30 P. M. conneiling witb similar Trains on the
Pennylvania Rail Road ; Sleeping Cars acco.upany
in the 3.H and 9.05 A. M Train, without .-(.ante.
Lrave Ilarrisburg lor Reailing,Puttrville.Tamaqiia,
Minersville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown, and
Philadelphia at 7 W A M. and 1 45 and 9 00 P IM, slop
piii? nt Lebanon nnd all Way ftatinns; the 9.0. P. M.
Trvln making no cloe connccrions for Pottsville nor
rhiladclphia For Pottsville Sc.iuylkill Haven and
Auburn, via Schuylkill and SuqULhauna Rail Read,
leaAeiHarrisburR at 4 00 P. M.
Returning ; Leave New-York at 9 10 A.M. 12 00
noon and fe.Ort P. M.'; Philadelphia at 8 00 A. M. and
3 30 P. M ; Pottsville at 8 :l A. M. and 2 45 P. M ;
Ashland 6 HO and II 43 A M. and 1 15 P. SI. Tamaqua
at 7 35 A. 51. and 1 40 P. M.
Leave Pottsville tor Aarrirburg, via S:huylkill and
Sus't'K-hsiina Rail Iload.atfi 45 A. M,
Reading Accommodation Train : Leaves R-aiTinj at
C 30 A. M .. rt-turniiiR from Philadelphia at 4.30 P. AK
Columbia Kail R-nd Trains leave Ruadins at G 10 A.
M. and 6 15 P. i. for blphrata, Litia, Lancaster, Co-
'"oitfiimlnvs : Leave fw Vork at P 00 P M. Thila
Helphia 3.13 P M. Pottfvilln P 00 A M, Tainaquafi OJ A
M Harrisburg 9 05 A Hand Reading at 1 00 A M fwr
Hnrrisburj. and 10 52 A. M. forNavv Vork.
Coinmu:Ltion. Milenge, Seascr., sSciiooland Excur
sion Ticket o and from all point-. reduc. d Kat-F.
taccaze chtke.l l!irugh ; to pounds allowid each
Passensrr. O. A. Nl Ol.L.
GlNfcltAI. Cf R.STtNUiST.
Rcadiag. Pa. Nw 27. 8 5.
F OUTS'S
noise aM Cattle Powflers.
This rrcPara'in
long and favorably
known, will thor
oughly reinvigorate
broken-down and
low-spirited horses,
by streoptiiening
and cleansing the 1
stomach and intes
tines. It is a sure pre
ventive of ail dis
avs incident to
this animal, such aa LOTG FEYEK, eLXM)EB3,
YELLOW WA-
rr n r- r t r . T t-.. A(.
COUGHS, DIS- Qt.
i !. Jt r r. rt , r r.
TER.J, VOCXDEB
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, ic. Its
use improves the
wind, increases
the appetite-gives
a smooth and
gloay skin and -v
transforms t h f
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking and spirited
horse.
To keepers of Cows this preparation Is lnvalnat!
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
or trie milk, it nas
been proven by ao
tual experiment to
increase the quan
tity of miik and
cream twenty per
cent, and make the .
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens
their hide, and
inakes them thrive
much faster.
Ia all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers ia
the Lnt)?J, Liver,
tc, this article
acts as a specific.
liy putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
above diseases
will be eradicated
v
or entirely prevented.
It riven in time, a certain
preventive and care for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for SL
PREPARED EY
S.'V. FOUTZ 13 HO.,
AT THEIR
WHOLES UE D?.rG A'D MEDICT5E DErOT.
No. 116 Franklin St, Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by DmeKists and Storekeeper through
out the United States. . -
For sale at the Drug Store of
iloonisbur; Pa.
P.lnorwsbure, Jan. G. lcGo. 12mo.
No3. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Courtlaadt Strce
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITT
This old-established and favorite resort "of the Ru-
siness Community has been recently refitted, and is
complete in everytuinr that can minister to the com
forts of its patrons Liidif-s and families are specially
ard carefully provided for.
It is centrally located in the Mu-mess pirtoi tnecity
and is contiguous to tne principal tines ii sicauiouaij
cars, omnibiisse ferries, tec.
The table is amply supplied with all the luxuries t.t
the season, and is equal to tual ot auy otner Hotel in
J! country.
Ample accommodations are ottered for upward of
La ejects.
Lo not believt tunnrrs, oackmen, and o'-bers
wii may say "the Western Hotel Is lull."
D. D. WINCHESTER, Proprieti r
THOS. D. WINCHESTER.
Feb. 15.1d62.
GIRTON'3
CHEAP K0CKStY STORE
ALSO
HATS, CAPS AND SHOES.
'TMIE undersigned has removd hi oil at and Cap Store
s. up to Lvaus old stand. w lure in addition to a
superior assortment of
SPRfNG AND SUMMER
fg Hats and Caps
CONFECTI0NAK1ES, CllACKERS,
Slolasscsj Sugar,
Coffee, Tea3,
Tobacco " Snaff,
Cigars, Spices,
Dried Fruit, . Better,
Coal Oil, Drug,
Parlor and Hand Laiops
Books, Writing Paper & Ink.
Hardware and Cedar war er
Packet Knives, Combs
Ac, A-c. S-c.
Together with a variety of article generally kept iu
Store. ' v
Also A Une lot of KIDS. MORf;F.Ot3 and Lnnwan to
which ha invites the at ention of Shoemakers and tna
PUDIIC.
JOHN K. CIRTON.
RIoomsbBrg. May 13. 1L5 ,
. C. H5SZEY. . OCO. W. CARPEKTIK.
Eitablished 1828.
g. w. carpexti:r, dcxszgt & CO
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST?. ,
737 Market St. one door below eth, PrtlASiLruix.
DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICAL?,
PAINT OILS, GLAS, VARNISUEd, UYEf,
And every other article spperuinlng to the ,
business, of tbe beat quality, and at tbe
lowest Market Rates.
Karch 23, 1566,
A
lv:.
-1
r.w!
THE PHCESPX PECTORJJL
Srf7ILL CURE
our Cooh.
Read the advef
liiiement IibIom.
Tho Pl.fjcnix Pec-
- ' lorn!: or
COiviPOUNDaVRUP OF WILD CHERRY k. NES-.
'EKA SNAKE BOOT,
' Will Cure the Diseases of the
TULA'S? ' A S O S G
Such ni Colds, Coughs. Croup, Asihma,
litonchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
Iloaraenets, Whooping (
. -" Cough, &c. .
Itstimcljr usu) will prevent
PULMONARY CONSUMP1ION,
And even where this fearful disease is fully devel
oped it will atiord more telief than auy other inedi.
cinw.
I. Lawrence Geu. ex-Speaker of the Pennsylvania
Houiie of Representiiti ves, snys : "This cough reme
dy is bow extensively used, and is the highest value
to the community, its curative qualities having been
tested by thounnuas with the most gratifying results.
It is carelully and skillfully prepared' from Wild
Cherry Bark & ceneka tSuake Root by Dr. Levi Oher
holtzer, a reputable pbyiician of Phoenixvilie, Pa.,
and is sold by ueaily alldruggiti and country store
keepers. D. P.Crosby, ex-Postmaster and ex-Uurgcssof PotUr
town, ccrtiues as follows :
PoTTSTown.l365.Jan. 3,
This certilles that I Jiavo used the Phoenix Pectoral
iu iny.fumiiy .and I recommend it to the public as the
very best remedy lor Cough and Colds that I ha"e
ever tried. One cf my children was taken with a
C'.diliccoinpaiiied with a Croupy Cough. so bad. indeed,
that it could n it talk and breathe. Having heard so
loui-b said about the I hoenix Pectoral, 1 procured a
bottle of it. The first dose relieves the diihculiy ot
breathing, and before the child had taXen oneourth
of the bott'e it was entirely well. Everv family sho'd
have it in their house. JJ. p. CROdUY.
J. V. Smith, druggist, of New Hope, Bucks county,
Pa , ia writing to Dr. Obc-rholizei, says : "A few
uays s:uce 1 bought two dneu or your vtluahle couth
remedy to try, and find it very good, and ait is near
ly nil guiie 1 would like you to send me a gross of it.
-Your medicines gives better satiolHclioii than any
other 1 have in the stare. I a:n aent for some uf the
niot popular couh pivparations, but yours secnn to
be doing tbe uiot gno.l.
Tne following i, an extract from a letter from Ilirarn
Ellis, merchant, near l'oittowu. Pa. : have tried
the Phoenix Pectoral, nnd find it to be tbe best cough
medicine extant. It meets with a more reaiiy sale tuau
any o.her that I have ever had in my store."
'i he proprietor of this medicine has so much confi
dence in its curative powers- ,1'roji ibe testimony of
thousands who have u'd it, that the money will be
Paid r.Act to ny pu.-tliasT who is not satisfied with
ts effjcis.
It is fco pleasant to take that children cry for it.
PriUJ llitltTY-FlVJS LENfS ; Laige Lotties USE
DOLLAR.
it is intended fur only one class ef dUcases, name
ly, thce of the Thro.it and Lung,.
LJ" Prepared only by
LEVI OUiiKIIOLTZER, M. D.,
, , ' I'hojn'uville, Pa.
Sold by all Drucgist-i and Storekeeper-".
JuilXSTOS-. imLI.OWAy. & COWDEV.No 23
Xorth tfixth Street, Philadelplna, and
K. C. VVLLLS Sc. Co., N. 113 Franklin Street, New
York. General tVliolomilo A
aou nv t.. r. i.VTA and LYER St MOYER Drug
sts, tlooiii..burg. and by nearly every drugsUt and
intitrv ntiirjiL-..i.r. ...
Cll
H
j .1, .iiiuiuui4 builllijr.
- ti - unrest uruggitt or storekeeper does
keel, this medicine, not I -t him pin you off with
not
" mcuiii uc. uui acnu at once to one of ue
ts fur it.
ng-'ii
iiuarv, mv. 13')C) C:n
RIOTOUS i LIQI7HS I
'hocale mid Kclnil.
rllE subscriber would announee to
i;ichihurl sill virinilv. llni
the rilizn of
be is selling
.IClL'liKS iii larse and small quant i
and at (iiff-rent prices, at his
ew store, on .Main street, mirth
1 IV
wo donrs south of Iron street.Hloanm
burg. His stock of Foreign and Do-.
sue
12 13 A ST) II S S 2
:niU of Coenac and Rochel e. Blarkberrv, Gin-
:rr, Karpberry an J Lnven J. r. He has a large ass
ortuiiii if
Old Ry. gray with agj. fine Old Rourbon. old P Iks
v luskey, and au quantity of con-mon. He alio has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras. LiLm. Claret. Sherrv and Cannseni
Winrs : and last but not least. iuaiitit nrimul
doubie extra riKOlv.V STOUT : a H 01 which hp will
sen ai me iovet eali prices. The public ureie-
rpeiuuiiy suuciiea to giv nis liquor a trim.
I. Y, ROBBING . Agent.
WYOMIMG
Insurance Company,
IVILKES-EARRE. PENNA.
CAPITAL AXO liiPl.lS, - -$!50,
ASiKl'j.
Stock not called in, -
Pills receivable. - - - . .
4d.iwu
6.1KH)
U. t.5 -J'i Bonds. . ...
Temporar and call loano, -
1113 sh.ires IV online Dank Stock.
6.1-0
S shares nrsl .National Kan at YVilks-Barre. 5 1100
u Miares pecona National banknt Wilkes Harre 7.im.)
411 sur.res HKcs-liarre bridge Slock. - - 2. 5-0
ueai bnw, ...... 1 -iii
Jtiilements. ' -
liuetroui Agents and others. ... 7 aij
can in nana ana in Bank, .... I tU
DIRECTORS.
M. IIOLLEVBACK.
L. D. SHOEVi AKER.
II. M. IIOYT.
O. OLI.1N3.
VVm. S. ROSS, -
t ii ARLK-i A MIXER,
G M IIARDIvn
JOHN RKICHARD.
S VML'EL V A DM A MS,
.HARLLS IIOKRAXCE.
It l I. i 1 1.
SaE'.YART PIERCE,
G. M HOLI.EA;K, President.
I. I. SIIORM Kl'n Vi. l 1
K. C SMITH, Sec Rat art.
t. CROWN. Agent.
March 25, 1HC5 .. . nmbiirj, Pa.
LOOK-HERE.
THE VERY FLATTERING SUPPORT
heriiiofore sjven 10 ihe laie fiim ol JAMES
5. Mt-NINCH & CO., induces Ihe under
signed io enier cpon the buiness cf
. MERCHANDIZNG
UPOn a fOmiVVtut llPW r.lan Tho rra.l
I ----- f B1W V V-
jetetn uas uet-n an n iurr to Dota DoYer
anu seiier, gnu mereiore
JA.TIKS S. aIIcIVSaVCII
propo-es to open on the 13tli day of th
frotnh of No vernber, A. D, 1865 111
1 i.t r
THE MOST. COMPLETE AXD
ELFGAST STOCK OF
i 12 iv nos
EVER OFFERED IN THIS COUNTY
contisiing of every variety and qualiiy i
niaplrt and fancy sord,
GROCERIES, KUEENSWARE, HARD
WARE.
and all sons of ar.icles kept in a coan
siore ; io be fold
try
OR IN EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS
OF
The whole bo&i:ie.s to be conducted
the pvstem of oav a vou no: and at rhe
on
ip-
or rates man any oiaer nouse.
. . 1 . I I I
Call ami
juoge lor Your6elv.
JAMES S. McNINCH
November 8, 1865.
American Hotel,
CESTiU r STREET,
Opposite old Independence Hall
PHILADELPHIA.
S. M. I1EULINGS,
Proprietor.
Wm. H. Heuli.vgs, ( Ink.
May 27, ltfc5.iJm
$100 se
Yi:.4It! We w
everv vt ken tn i
fur improvd $20 Sowinr Machines. Three i
kinds. . t.'nder and upoer feed V
dve
years. Absve salarr or larte. comtnissions paid
The 0"SL7 marhinpa in tht.7nltA r.. i...
than ), whieq are fully licensed by Howe. Wheel
rw i son, orover utter, Binger tc. Co., a
Bachclder. All other cheap Machine are Infrin
md
cms ana mo seuer or user are liable to arrest,
nd imprisonment. Circular free. Addrass or
npon Sbaw h. nark; Biddefot i, Me.
Dseeniber 30, li?W.-ly.
fina
call
BONE MILL;
BONE DUST-
THE IIEST &(linAiEST3IAXlTnC !
plELY ground Cones, expressly far Wheat. Rve
JL Corn, liurk wheat, tlats. i'otatoes. Grass Fruit
I rees, Orape Vines. Vegi-ta'i le. i.c.
n. most tsoue iust nnd t ertriEers are larrely
ndulterated to satisfy consumers lhat this arlicli"T
strictly pure, e.irh bill of sale is accompanied with a
fOHtifii'd statement tlraf each packaea of Bone Ilutt
is entirely free from adulteration. . To this fact our
freight ageats, car men and workinen.can at all limes
tentiiy.
farmers will do well to send for our circulars, giv
ing full particulars of this valuahle fertilizer. As
our stock is liuiiud, wi advise cur custorters to or
der early.
PACKED IN BAGS $ HARUELS.
ZJ A Liberal Lliscouut Allowed to Dealers.
A. J UlttlMO,
Allentown. I'a.
N, B. Persons rsadine this advertisement will do
bone-tathrers a favor by bringing us to their notice,
as we pay the highest price for llones.
March 21. looo. j mo.
HC. II O W E R,
STJRCJEON DENTIST.
nrSITl TtULI-V on. rslun profess
ional services to the ladies and t,'-ntle
men cf id.xiiiinburgand vicinity, lie is
r.r-par-d to atiend to .ill the various
operations in the line of liis profession and s provi.l- d
W'ltit ie l:.tet improved PORCr.L.1JJ Tt'.ETJr, whir
w II lj in-icrteil on fold. pl;:tina, silver and rubber br
to look w II as tiie natin al tci th
Mi ier.il plate and blrck teeth inanuf. ictured ar nil
0 er; tn-ns on teeth. carefully and prop-riy attemled t
ur.irence and olnic a lew d ors above tne Court
II ii,e. name side.
HI o.nsbnr. June 0
GROCERY STO RE
ON MAIN STREET, ELOOilSBURD.
More FrcIi Good.
Just received at llentv Giers Neu
Store: MOLASSES, SUGK,S,
TEAS, COFFEE. II ICE, SPICES,
FISH, SALT. KAISIN,
TOBAOCO, SEGA US,
CANDIES, NOTINNs, Toys,
FEED AXD PR0VII0.S,
Toother with a great variety of notions, tc,, too
nuiuorous to mention
li UTTER EGGS. ME XT.
and Produce esnern'lv, ta'en in eti:h-in; f r toils.
The Lest uiaikrt puce will be followed. Gva hrui
call.
rry The bigh -et market prices paid for all kinds
of
HENRY GIGE!?.
Plomns'jur;, J.inuary 3, 100.
JYcto Slock of Clothing,
Sj?ring and Sumner Goods
I
KVITES attention to his stotk of cheap and fa.-h
iotiublt Clothing at his f tore, on
MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
two doors ubove the American House,
vthre he has jut received fro:n New Vork and
Phi ladelphia, a lull assortment of
ITI c ii and ISoy's Clollii::,
includin g the most feliionalle, du rable and ban
seme, DKESd GOUDS, consisting of
ox, Sack, Frock , Gum and Oil Clctl.
Coats, and Pants,
rf al I sorts. rize. nnd colors. II alo has replen
ished his already large stock of Fall and Winter
Shdwls : striped, figured and plain Vests, shirts.
cravats, stocks, collars, hatidkerchiefs, gloves, sus-
penuers ana lancy articles.
N. K. He has constant I v on hand a larse and well
selerted assortment of Cloths and Vestmfg. which
he is prepared to make up to oril r. into any Kind of
clothing on very sh.irt notice and in the beet of nun
ncr.
All his clothing is made to wear and most cf it is
or home manuUcture.
A N D
rif every Description. Fine and Cheap. His Case of
Jewelry is not surpassed in this plac. ''all and ex
amine his geueral assortment of Clothing, Yatches
Jewelry, Ac. fcc
liAVlD LOW EN EL" KG.
Bloomsburg, April 20. IPCj.
CIIALES B. BROCKWAV
Attornry-al-I aw.
Bounties, Back-pay, Pensions, -c,
collected.
Pnecial attention paid tn matters arri ing und-r
the Internal Revenue Laws.
C7 OFFJi-R one door west of the Court House,
Bloumstiurr. I'a.
January 17. ff.C.
PHOTOGRAPHS I PHOTCGHATHS 1 1
A NEW GALLERY IN BLOOMS
BURG. THE nndcrstcned takes pleasrue in announcing
tint he has opened a Gallery ia the laree.t.'rom
over llartinan 's Store, in Ulnomsburg . Pa., for Pho
tographic and Kindred. Art. lie ia prepared to take
Pictures of all kinds.
Having procured the service of an experienced
Artist from New York, ha is prepared to do all
kinds 'f Picture taki-ig. ,
jL?- Call and see before goingIsewhre
A. A. HEMPSTEAD.
January 31. leG6 3in.
Justice oT llie Ponce,
Licensed Lonveyincer, Scrivener, and
Surveyor.
Office Bearer Valley, Pa.
Will BtMnd totikjng Acknowledgements. Write
Oerids, Mortcagea, Leases, Bonds. Notes, Agree
ments, &e. - Sorveying attended to With despatch,
Charges moderate.
. BLANKS I BLANKS ! I
Of Tery detcription lot" tale at ik1eciT.ee.
WfeJ Bisi'liS ssy
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHfl
A positive and EpeclSc Remedy for diseases of the
ladder, Etdncrt C ravel ul Iroplual EweUlaajs.
This Meilclno inereaeee the powers of digestion, anil'
excites tbe absorbent lsto bcalthy cctlon.ty vtlci the
watery or ca!caroo-js flcposUions, and nil nnBtttnral fn.
larpements aro rcdnccd, ca well as paia and tn-'arnmasoo,
and la good for tcu, vomen and children.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCMU,
For weatness ariolrjg from Excesses, Kabila of Dissipa
tion, Early Iadlscrctlon, attecdod with tho following
6ytnptoms: ' .
Indisposition to Exertion,
Loss of 5!emory,
Lots of Tower,
DUllculty of Ereathing.
Trercbilng,
S'akcfiJluo-s,
Tata la tho Back,
riastlns cflho Cody,
Eruptions of the race,
Tallld Countenance.
"Weak Kerves,
Horror of Dlseace,
Dimness of Ylblou,
Hot Hands,
Dryness of the Skin,
Universal Latsltnde,
Thete symptom. If allowed to go on (which this Medi
cine Invariably removes), soon follow
FATUITY, EFILEFTIC FIT3,
in one of which tbe patient may expire. TTho can By
they are sot frequently followed by those "direful dis
eases, Many ore awaro of tbe cause of thrlrtufrcrlns, but none
will confers. The records of the Insane asylums and tb.3
melancholy uOstLs by coasumptlon bear ample wIlDess to
tbo truth cf the assertion".
Tbe Constitution, once affected by organic trecknesi,
iciulres the aid of medicine tOBtreosthen and lavlsorcto
ha Bj-slem, which HLM?OLD"S EZTR..CT O? EUCniT
luvariibly wC9. A trial will convince the moat sceptic
Inrr.tnr affeci'.ors peculiar to r emales, the Eztsact
Brciic Is nnequalcd t any other rsmedy, and for ail
complaints lacldeut to the sex, or In the
DECLINE 03 CIIAGE OF LITE,
ITT" Bra Smrroiis aosote.
P7 2To Pamily ebotild be wi.th.cmt It;
Take no Dalo&tn, Mercery, or nnple&tant medlctce for
unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
iiLIi5GLD'3 EXT It ACT DUuii'J
AKD
Cares Gecret TjlEoaBCa
In all their stages lltllo ezpense, little or no chaste of
diet, no Inconvenience, and KO EXP05CIi.
G'SE HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT QUCHU
For ail affections and dlceaaca of these organs, w he Iter
EXISTISG HI MALE Olt FEMALE,
From whatever cacM orlglnrtrcg.and no matter how long
Handing. Diseases of thee a organs require Uio old of a
diuretic.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is tha Great Diuretic.
And It Is certain to have the desire! t2o:t In all diseases
tcr which It Is recoiumcndcd.
DLOOl! UiOOBl .
XlelrriboltlV
DQELT CONTEXT RAT ET COSTPOCTB
FLUID EXTRACT SAtlSAP ARILLA,
For pnrlfylcg the Blood, removln;; ail chronlo cossiltB
tlocal dUccses arising from zu i;r:pnrs stato of tho Tloo I,
tnd the 02ly rellablo and cffjctncl knorrn remedy for tho
euro cf Scrofula, Ecald Head, Salt r!:ca::i. Tains sa l
EwclUns of the Eoncs, Llccrallona of the Throat and
Len, I'.lotchcs, rt3-.;.lcs cn the race, TcUsr, Erysipelas,
and all scaly Eruption cf the Stln,
ITOT A FL.V
cf the worst disorders tliit uClct rr.cnttr.d arke from tbe
corruption that accumulates in the Llood. Cf ell the dis
coveries that have Dccn made to purge It oct, nono c;a
ejnal In eCccJ EcLanoLD'a Comtovsu Exteact of Ssz
BiTATjiiA. ItclojJiscsnnd rcnovaUMj Ibe ElticJ, lcs'-ilS
tbe vigor of betlth Into tbe system, and pcrt'C8 out tbe
humor which nake dlsc.-:e. It stimulates the toai'.by
fiCitloDEr the body.tvcd cspcls the'dUcrdcra tbat grorv
catX-ackltTin tbe blood. Euch a remedy that could t:
relied on has lcnj beca eot:bt for, and cow, for tbo tri'.
time tto public hare ouc on which they cm depid. Cur
cpccc here uocs cot admit of certificates to show Its ci'ects.
tat the trial of a single bottle will Ehow to tie sick th;t I:
Lis It3 virtues surpassing anything thoy hovo ever tiken
Two tabletpoonful of the Extract of EarsaparUla added
to a ilnt of water Is eqtal to tha Lisbon Diet Drink, and
one bottle Is f'-Ily cc,;i.-.l to a gallon of tbe Syrup of Sarea-i-iiil'.-,
cr lbs iloccciion as uscally mads.
heliiIbold's rose wash,
Aa excellent Lotion for diseases arising ftora habits ot
dissipation, used In connection with the Extracts Eachu
a :id Earsaparllla, In such diseases aa recommended. Evl-
denco of tho mo?t rcsponslblo and reliable character will
accompany the medicines. Also explicit directions fcr
use, vit hun:rttis of thouirrndi living witnesses, and up.
wards cf "J0,y) nnsolleltc-t certlflcates act recoramenda.
tory letters, many of wblch aro from the highest sources
including cc.ltcat rhysIclaiiB, Clergymen, Statesmen, 4c.
The I'rcprlctor has never resorted to their publication la
tho newspapers ; he docs not do this from the fact that his
articles rank as Standard Preparations, and do not neel
to be propped up by certificates.
The Science of Medicine, like the Doric Column, should
stand simple, pnre, mnjestlc, having Tact for Its basis.
ladat-tlou tor its pllltr, and Truth alone for Us CcpltoL
JTy Extract Sarsaparllla U a LlootT Tcriicr ; icy Eltracl
Ecchn Is a Diuretic, end will act ts such In all cases
Doth ere prepared on purely clcnti3o principles in
tacuo and ore tho meet active measures of tdthcr that
can bo made. A ready t'.fd conclusive test will be a con
parlson of their properties with those set forth In the fol
lowing works :
See Dlfpcnsatory of the felted State?.
Ceo Droiessor Dtwus' valuable works on the Iracttce
of Th jslc.
Ece remarks mndo by the celebrated Dr. Tarsia, Tblla.
Eco remarks ruJa"ry Dr. Ephkaih Mc1o ll, a cele
brated Thysiclan and Keraber cf tbo Eoyul Collegeof
Burgeons. Ireland, and published la the Traisactloas ct
the Eicg and Qnccj'a Joarsal.
See Modlco-Chlrurgical Ecvlew, published by Bxsj's
Txavzes, 1 ellow of the Eoyal College of trurceons.
ge most cf the late ' --ndard works oa iledlclae-
FOLD BT ALL DKUOGISTS ETEB V W ULEH.
Address letters for Information, In confidence, to
n. T. HELIiIBOLD, Chemist;
' pnnrciPAL DEPOTS-
FleLmbold'a Drug and Caemioal Warehouse
So. 594 BROADWAY, KEW YOSX, and
Helmbold's Medical Depot,
o. 104 SOUTH TEUTH ST, PKILALELPE1A,
BEWAUE OF COIINTKRFEIT3.
ASK FOR HELM BOLD'8l
TAKE KO OTHiJI!! . .
Ij
TT!a
MBXtCQ ! MEXICO !!
820,000,(100 liOAJVl"
REPCIiLIC OF MEXICO
Twcntyyear: Coupm Bonds - in Svrru
... 50, SI00,S500anrf tr,OQ.0A . '
Interest SeYfti Per rent., Payable ia
.The Cily of Kew Yarlr
Trineipa' ami lut rnit Payable in GTt.D. . lit) 90(1
0K) to bo sole! at Puty Cents on tbe D .Har la U g
iirrency. thus yielrfin; an inleret of Twslve pe1
eent. in Oold, or Seventeen per cent, in Currency,
the preent rate of premium on gold- ,
The first year's iutcrejt already provided1 ' ""
The most Dest'ratle Investment ever Offered:
Immense tracts .f Miuirg and Agricultural lands ;
i r wni in "ri ones.
U.' " . 1 V0fl add taxes, irr
i T aiii:nilpas enrt Kan Lui Potosi ; ancf
faith i f th.. said Slate and the Gnuejar
tne MJit.'g ot
tht plih:ed
t.overniiieni are ail nledeei fur th.
these Bonds aud payment of inte eat.
1
The Security is . nipfc.-
no?To.n8l!u8-Currency viu uy7Pe'wt ooif
0?ndf of $lV,o. C!,rrencJr wi" ,.bur 7 cent. Gol't?
Bomifs" Curreucy "'uya7per .cent Golf
or y?o?i. Currcncy w,n bay 7 v" cent' on,,;
Let every lover of Itepublican Institutions buy aV
least one '
Ox-vs: roi).
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions received by i
joiix w.rocLiES ro. r
and J. N.TIFFT, Financial Aeent;
oflhrt Republic 'f MiSico,57. rlroadwn .Hew Vor
CTy" f iibciiiiion also received by Ranks Slid,
Bankers gmt-rally through jut the United States.
Nov. d, 1I-C5. .
MY HAPPY HOME.
THE OLD 110 JJESTEA D :
Wild Cherry BilteW
Are perfectly pure and contain no poison or nos
ious substance. They are compound od upon scien
titic prinripl-s. and are adaplej to the old and the
mi.s. the.-trong and the. Weak, and are destined
to be found in evt-rv city, town an. I hamlet in the
civilizeo world. They bpeedily euro -
Jaundice, By sprpsia, all forms cf In
titsesimn. Sour dlornachf Jiheuma..
tism, Sen via. and all' " ' "
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
Dropsy. Nrvoti AiT.-cti ni. Ki.hrv n;.-.... t :-
er Complaints. Gc'it.-ral Probtraliou.aud iVe'r.
At a Morning Appetizer no. other Tonic or Stiaiu-
11 1 in the Ullivpryi run t-nunl Ih.m V A. ....A..
la
I - - --- - -u,u. - UC(-
d dijtiot .( n. i.nperfTt circuiati"H of the blood, and
xhiHstud vital energy they ive permanent ard
irii:ipt rlii f- , . , .
F.t Coii'lis and Colds they aie superior to any
-hcrry Pectoral. Tln-y cloanie the stmnacb and
luriff th bliHiil, ai-tirK tlirttiy upon tbf Liver, tbe
ri-at ss-t of diteuse ; they boju restore it to a souud
nd h-'al !h r Blul".
To persons of Sideritarv habits, .Irll-ate Females'
ind nuihinf iVlothfr.. mi it Hio.k uhn ruui . i...
Strenslh. or a want if uibin..n lh l,i,..,. ,;n
be tsuiid of imal' ulaSdc va;u". One tiiat will con.
inr" yon .
Manufactured and s'dj by
T.iJ, SLI.VGEULAM) A.CO..
I I ? ( isarKi:-a3s XT V
and sold by all Dru;gists and Mert lim. genera ly.
u, iv, uutt4ii.. Airent.
. , Eloorunburs, r.
March 23, 1.-C6, 3in . ..
aE1V skikt fok 1SCO.
TLe Great iDTemlon of tbe Aye io '
H 0 OP S K I RTS,
J. V EKADLF.Y NVw Patort DITPI.P.r RI.f.P.PTirt
(or double) tfiil.sci tlilltl-.
TIMS I VVKNTIOV rnimil. of nnnfpi fnr e.l
liptic Pure Unfilled st?el Hpriiig. ngeuioly Braided
iu ijr viu i iruiiy Kisetner. eiien to eUfe. makinf
the Tuiii'lieht. most Hei:l,le. Llaslic and durati e
Spring ever med. They sf-iduru bend or break, like
the hi ii pie Sprines atid consequently preserve thir
perfect nnd iicaiiuful shape more than twice as lon
as any bail ie taring tikirt thvl ever Has or Cau be
made.
TIIR wonderful 'fT-xibtlity and treat comf irt and
pla'ire to any Lady wearing th I'.ijilex Kliptii Sxirt
will be experienced partienlarlv ia all rruw.ifd As'
("lublii:, Upeias, Can icts. Kuilroad Cms. Church
Pews, Arm Cii:iirs, for Promenade and House Dress,
as the t?kirl can be folded w beo in ue to ocnupy a
small plce as easily aud com veiiicully as a S.Ik or
Musliu Dress, . .
A Lady having Enjoyed the Pleasure, Comfort sad
Ori-at Convenience of wearing the I'upltx Lllip.ic
hteel Pprins t'kirt for a sinpl day will Never affr
war.'s liliu'ly dispcnus with tlicir use. , For Chil
dren. Minscs aud l otiii; Ladies they are superior to
all others. '
Til E 1IOOT-3 are rovPrd with 2 ply double twintrd
tluead and wjil wear twice as !n? as the Mnele jarn
rovring which is used on all Dins'': tHeel Hoop Skirt.
The lluee Lottoin reds on every Skirt are also tHubl
Steel. and tw ice or double coveied to pr-vtnt tha cv:
i rin from wearing otT the rods when dragging down
stairs, ttune ti:ps. ttc , tic, which tbey are constant
ly subject wh. n in me.
All are uiale of the new andelrzant Corded T.ipes,
nnd are the bc?t )iialitv in every part, giving . t the
wearer the mo,! trartTal And perfect shape. possible,
and are unquestionably tli liL-litebt. lunst desirabia,
comtorl.ibL-a nJ ec.Tiomici Skirt ever made.
WEST'S Hit AlLEV k LAKY. PKOPKl VTOR3 of
the Invention, and Sl'LK MAXCFAC TL KKKri,
Cfl AMBEIU?. and 79 tc. t-I fifcaDK STK'iETS. New
York. Foil SALE in all first class t?toes m this City, and
throughout the United Stales and Cjanada, Havana d
C'lba. MAieo. South America, and iheWcst Indies
tl Inquire lr the Duplex Elliptic (or doable)
Sprni? Sirt. . -
March SI. I4SG- 2ui, A t C.
1SCG. rhUadeipIiia & Krie ' 1836
KAIJ SI O -A S . '
This great line traverses the Northern and North
west counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, oa
lake Erie.
It lias been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and is operated by thum.
11XC or rAsSCMOKa TRAINS AT SOaTHCKSEKlAHO- -
LE.UE i:astvvauu.
Erfe Wail Train.
Erie Express Train,
Lluiira Alait Train.
II 55 P. M.
3 13AM
IU 25 A w
LEAVE WESTWARD.
Erie Mail Train. 5 00 A M
Erie Express I rain. 7 It P M
Elinira Mail Train, " 4 35 P M
Passinaers Cars run through on the Erie Mail and
Express Trains without caiwi both ways between
Philadelphia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New Y'ork atiUM) P.M.airive atErie9.12 A.M.
Leave Erie at 1.55 P.M. arrive at New Vork3.4o M ;
Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
For information respecting Passenger business, ap
ply at the Cor. 30th and Market Sts. Philadelphia .
And for Freight business of the Company's Ageals.
8. B. Kingston. Jr., Cor. 13th and Market ats., Phil a.
J. IV. Reynolds, Erie.
William Virown. Agent N. C. R: R., Baltimore.
H. II. iloustonv Geu'l. Freiirnt Agt , fhiladelphta.
II. W. Cwinner. Gcn'l. Ticket Agt. Philadelphia,
, A. L. TYLER, Geu I. Pup t. Wiiiiamsp urt.
March 21,
rV.ANHOOD :
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Jus published, a new edition' of PR. CULVER;
WELL'S Celebrated Essay on the Eadical ccas)
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