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- LIUEi? HINTS; FOR; THE ; D AXV
0.Xht Src'ro-cf fcarijfoitftas tablfl.
bouli noV'lie placed if Dot 'already
dons. Usnally t&e.preseot week . m
srijrai corn ought to'- be .planted,?!
kimd'tti ro'ufcV of the.;ce!v;.?P
Wa .. in on -the JUih at a-r.siW
plant as oar "firel .crop". .4du.V Extra
V.i. - it i not aa2r variety, bat it is
food,.comicg soma ten cays earner . oau
Stowell'a Evergreen, it ia heartily wel
which U clainjei 1Q com; m inj as. ioc
AiUmi; aai.ws bavc planted ibeur .aide
by ilda to- test Mb is I saisorjaThen'tld
Ttriety" ii tcry goodf .bat we stliT' regard.
tin StowslI Bstlie Dsni ,'ox.au.i
no1? jjh-. first tocalti ?U i this, ao J
bairprobaEIybe among be last., MCbrn
that 6aif p eat'e.t) .Vp to October, , reta'in
iog all ili de!ica?cj;and flavorihoujd pot
be iBcansiderattly- i abandoned Thotie
waoUealraa d illy Supply bf jrreeo' corn
throughout tbe seasoo. ho!d put to.-a
patch'Yverj ten dajs or tvo weeks iip tn
July) .; ' ' ' '," 1
'The'marrQW bean," which' we saw ad
Ter'tised'by'MrV Dreer, Chestnut utrect,
(bat impropeHy called the Wax bean,)
is probably uptiorwiihv the? .exception
of the Xim,oyicuber.'.bean. Jt iB
excellent to copiV cither ta the.grecn state
or as a. winter, variety, r .We say green
It should "be yellow, as (tic. puds arc Jkot
fit to T)ttll "tint. I "J ellVw; ftroib which" 4 it
derives its, n'axa?,) whea it. is, '.tcry !' deli
cate, and mach better than 'any other.
It requires poles, however aiid Tthis - may
be an objection, but it sboulJ not be .a
bar to any one. When intended loir family
. , , , r.. . . , ..
( Every furnilr should have rit little
pitch of Ilerbi'V ;Tfcey are easily ob
t&indd etfma cf them are perennial, JUtl
require replantiDg only once' in several
year's. The seed can. all. be. found, at
agricultural -and' horticultural bterei
The list li i is follows t '.Sweet ' Majoram
Marigold Thyme, Winter and Sucumcr
Savor , Coria nder I A a iseed, . Ro'aem ary ,
Lavender, Sweet Basil,' ' C ar way ,' Fen
nel. 1 hyme VVlPtem bavory, .'fennel,
Lavender and Sage are 'berenoical , the
othfxa rcniire, lbs seed to.be aowaauuaj-
There is a prat lush just now after
the 'luden lomato, without justifica
tion, vlt i no. better, than , the Cook's
Favorite, and not ejual to the Fetjee.
Somebody will make iaoney out of it, or
rather h.u already. A iriend told bs
the btber;daVthat (te obtained some,sead
from aTneighbof,"of his own rafting, 'last
season's itbettf' nyspeeifiqi name; et
the plants aide bv si.de with the 'Tilden,'
and the result was that the nameless kind
raatnred earlier, , was larger, and the
quality equally as good. In setting oat
tomato plants early it is , an advisable
plan' to protect ih'em danng'edol ibights,
especially those that threaten frost, with
old paper, or what is better with coni
cal boxes open at tne top.. '
v As' far as we have heard, the- Straw
berry plant has come through .the jery
1 seyere winter well- Oara never wore a
more promising fcppssracce.
Tha fruit spars in every description 6f
pear. were nevarimore r.unseroa, and
the trees generally look . healthy. : We
thus hove reason to anticipate an abund
ant pear season. V '
'Eadp, Peas 'have been up for, two
weeks. ' We ate oar first Caaliflower on
the 18th - Radishes from hot-bed j, are
plentiful in the market;' ditto Spioach
iron tbe open ground. - Lettuce front
warm out-door borders raay.be expected
by the first of May sGerntantoum Tel
egraph. t , .. . r , . '
SOUND HORSES. ; .
First and foremost, if too wish to have
sound h 3T Stt'gr t cle a n 3 i m h e d. a a d .so an d
breeder3 ; be sure to breed from no other
than perfectly sound animals on both
aides. The animals yoa , breed from
i hoald not only be sound themselves,
but be from sound ancestors. Ringbones
spavins, pinched feet, and m iny other
troubles about horses, are qiite as trans
missible to the offspring as tbe color of
.the hair, 'or'any' other trait, either good
oriad. " r - ..-
' "Then farmers folly comprehetd and
realize the importance' of eelectirg the
best animals for breeders of ill kinds of
farm stock, farming' interest3 will then
bare advanced a long stride ahead of
what we have seen. --Maine farmer.
" IIaisz 0i5cuiT.--Iieat three caps of
sweet milk. with one of batter ; work it
wtrrrrr intd the butter, with a teaspoon of
saleratus. ;lJave ready totne yeast or
Kbt sponge tbe'same as for. bread, work'
this; rnr Vben the mixture is milkwarm ;
jnix it well; bat not stiff, and set it: in "a
"wares place to r'se. . When light mould
into cakes, let'tnetn sit awhile, five min
utes or so, prick the topVif each bake
'iasi'quick oten. Thege are similar fo
tbot e made' from bread dough. ' Cold
biscuit eaa be warmed lb taste like new.
by turning 'cold water upon them to wet
the erusts, then warm throogn in a mod
erate uvea. . s ,
Usisd Salt is CooiNd Vcoxta
5tE3.l. apprehend that Hoosekeepers
generally do not 'appreciate the u?e of
salt in cooling vegetable? j-. I use it coo
tistly; It will be found "to add greatly
to taeir, tenderness and -flavor. Indeed
there U, to camparison "between' yegeta-'
bleaeooked in fresh water and that some
what silted. "'The salt prevents the evap
oration of the" Savor ol th vegetable,
which is soluble -and would otherwise
pass of. - St j if, V'The'V amount of salt
to any given quantify.'of water each one
Ecst jade for herself, though, a, rale it
ehculd Cwt be so Urge as too perceptibly'
to affect tha-testable, .'- 1 ' -
. Is D'oaa Yriiif-wAsaTo Jirae for" a
pailful o white-wash add, while blakiu'g
x"P"5 ccca Iir?csd oil. and handful
c ilea gilt, Good -for cot-doors also.
Acotbr in-door v?3sh is : 2 lb French
white, 1 cz, be it white glue Soak ., the
t ! ' ii cc'd.?itert and dissolve it -heat
-t:Z i - atsp carefully' to r itl.fr thin
i j c...
:y ; add tbia to the wUt-
qiljE PERU VI AN.S RUP ' " I
JL u j .is-A raoTiicrrfiD solution epjfHB
Y T .FiTOtOxlrte of -liron 0 :i ;
' ' a new discovery io medicine hicb
'." STRIKES AT THE ROOTOP, DISEABE BY -upplying
tUe BlooU with it tital' paiMciru,
THU U fh&tctv of tbe wenderful uce f this
, "., .' . t'Teujely fa curing
' Dy s peps ia, L ive r Ooia pi in t,' Dropsy,
t . Qhonlo Diarrfcisi, UoiU, Nerydas
ioat, Ob ilia and Feverc, . ;
v i 'CHuraors; Loss'of Cons ti-f, ;;:
i ' lational vigor, Diseases
m .,.oC.Kidnejfs'M ;.;.';'
- i complaints,
and all diseaacs orifiaatin; in '
BAD STATE OP THE BLOOD
or accompanied by DtMlity or a low atato of tbe
ajraietn . f .
Being Tree Tram Alcohol in any form. I'n nergix..
ing eflrct are not followeif by correponcfin r.-at-
tiuii.but aro permanent, ii.fuiinj gtreugth, vior and
cw 1.1 le into air pan ni tne aystcui, a j4 buiidioi
up in IRON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Arebdracoa 8 OTT. 0. t. ' ' .
, i .. X)cajM.Canaia Ea. Murch ti, IStS. .
) .. "Iii,an inveterate lpcptic or more
than 25 year1 i-taiiilins.' . t
. . "I have ao wonderfully brnefitied in the
throe hortv.erka (luriiiu wtiii4i 1 have uec the fa
ruvian d)cup,tliat lean scarcely prua.lo mycllor
ipe reality, fewple who bvo known uie arc aston-b-d
al the change. I am wiUeiy known and can
but recuuiuicnd to otiwn tbat tilth ba done go
tvueft for tne " . . . , . .
tA CASE OF 27 YE 8" STANDING CURED.
From IN3LEY JEWETI'.Ko.lS Avon Plac. Boston
" ' Itnv etiflered. and sometime e verely. for 7
year, from dyspeptic, 1 commenced tatiu the Pe
ruvian tfyrop, and found immediate benefit from it.
In tbe course of three or four weeks I wa entirely
relieved froia my turfcritig. and have enjoyed unin
terrupted henlib ever since i
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON. SAY3:
1 have been using the Vruvina r) rup iur suiue
time pant; it Kives uie ni?w Vigor. iluoyanty of spir
its. Elasticity of MumcUv" . .
ThotuanJ tune been chgci y the utt oft Mi remedy
from weak, ncktyjwjfcring creaturu, la stramf.Atilkg:
and kaypp me and icamentaad iuvaiU caanut reasona
bly hesitate tu giet ti a trial,
Apiunpbltl tf pages eontaining cerliricateV of
cures and recoinuiendaiioiis from some of .the most
eminent physician, clergymen, and others. Will be
sent ritrs to auy address.
O" See that each boitlehat Prcv:h vacr blown
in the grata:
FOR. SALE BY . ' .-'
J. 1. DINSMORE, Proprietor. 39 Dey Ht.New Tork
: SOLU UY ALE UK LiG IS I'd.
gCROFULA. , ;, , : ; .,. .;
All Medical Men agree that IODINE ia the BEST
REMEDY for Scrofula and all kindred diseases ever
discovered. The Jiificuity ha been ta obtain a fua
Soldtioh of it. .. .. .
lis. Il. Aiideiw Iodine Water
Is a Pure Solntion of lodim , WITUOUT A 60L-
"'l I r- C-oiiUmin j a tult Gram to each ounce of
A. most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and
Bi eured and will cure SCROFULA ia ail its ma ail
, , fold forms. . ,
ULCERS, CANCERd. SYPH1LIS.SA1.T RflEUM;
and it ha been used with astonishing success iu ca
ses j UheuuiutUin,lvspep-iafC'ousuuiptiou. Female
1-r.niplaiuta, Heart, Liver and Kiifncv Oie ises.ke.
Circulars will be sent rgaa to any one senvins ihr
adnresif. t . . - .
Price a I. tO a boUle. or 6 for .'Jo 00 ' '
Prepared by Dr. U. ANDEKS. Pbysician c Chemist I
"T For Sale by "
h P. Dl.NiiMORE, 36 Dey St.j New Y
.: ; And by all Cruggi.t. .....
Yy IS TAR'S BALSAM OF
WILD ( nERKY
HAS BEEN USED TOB NEARLY
HALF A CENTURY,
with tbe most aitouiihing (ucceis in curing
CougLs, Cold, Hoareenesi, Sore Throat
, lt.fluDii, Whoufing eoogbr Croup, .
- Liver complaint, Bronchitis, L'ifS
: ;, culty of Breathing, Asthma, - . .
; and every affec-
: ( tion of
THE TI1R OA T, L UJVGS CUES!.
which carries ofl" more victims thart anv other dis
ease and which baffl the ki' of the Physicians to
a greater extent than any other malady, often
. . YIELDS TO THIS REMEDY
when all others prove ineffectual.
AS A ..UEUICI.NE
Rapid in Relief, soothing in Eff.-ct, safe in itt Oper
. .. . - vaion, - .
IT IS UNSURPASSED r . '
while as preparation. free from noxious ingrediaent
noinuns. or minerals ;jniling skill, scirn'e.acd medi
cal knowledge ; combining all that is ralnable in the
vegetable kingdom for tins class ofdnnate.ii i
aodi entitled, met it, and receive tbe general con
fidence of thu public, -
- SEYMOUR THATCHER, JJ. D.,
nf Herman. N. Y- writp as follows :.--.
"VVistak's ISals'M or Wild Oncaar give nniversal
satixfartion. It seem to cureatnugb bv lixmng
and clranring the !un;s,nd allaying irritation thus
removnif the cause, insti-ad of drying up tbe cough
and leaving th cause behind. 1 consider the Balsam
as go.d as any, if not the best. Cough uie-icine with
which 1 am acquainted."
Rey. Jacob Seculer, of Hanover, Pa.
Well known and much respect4 among the Germnn
population in this country, make tne following state-
lU'-nt lor the benent ol tn amicted.
Dka irs Having realized in my familv imnor.
taat be m-lit from thu ura f Tour valuable Dretiara
tion W imtars Balsam or Wjlo Cherry it affords me
pleasure to recoiumena it to the p unite. Some right
yrarsago one f my daughter see. tied lobe in a te
cliao am little hopes of her recovery Were entertain
ed I then procured a bottle of ynvr exeellenr Balaam,
and before she bad tutkn the wkolu of 4hi conic ut of
the bottle there was a great itcbruvement in tier
health. 1 bvve.in my individual eae made frequent
usa of your v-luable uiedicineind have alwav been
benefitted by it. . . .
r J AC08 SECHLER. -
Irice One Dollar a bottle.
Foa SALE BY
J. r. MNSMORE, 36 pey Street. New York
8ETH VV IOWL.E, Jc eON. Pruprietora. Huston. ,
ad at all ohl-uo sts.
CURES CUTS, BURNS, SCALDS. :
Grace's Celebrated Salve
(.USES W0UNDS.URUI3E3. SPRAINS.
Grace s CcIebrated:Salve '
, i CURES BOII.S. ULCERS. CANCERS.
Grace's Celebrated alve '
CURES SALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celt bra ted f Salve
CURES CHAPPED HANDS. CHILBLAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salvo
HEALS OLD SORES.rRESfl WOUNDS.'fce.
It is prompt in action, remove pain at onec and re
ducea tbe most augry-looking .welliog. and imflv
maUona. as if by magic-thus afTordimg relief and a
Ouly cents a box J (3nt by ma II for eenu
cur caie dv
P. P1VSMORB 36 Dey Street, New Torh.
POVVE Jc S"JN. Pn.DTieto s.Bo J-TV ...
Druggists. Grocers, and Caaatry slora. .
; ;-fary 5M Won jy. . .
, Whoewalc ami Uctail.
'T-HE subscriber would annoanee t theitian of
1 Bloomsburg and vicinity, that be ia .ellinr
l.lOI'llka in lirtf and am. 11 ..... .
lie, and at different prices at bis
new store, on Main street, north side
two doors south of Iron street. BIoaws
burs, ma stock or foreign and Do
mestic . . .
consiata of Cognac and Rocbel e. Blackberry, Gin
ger. Raspberry and Lavender.' lie ha a large astt
sortmentof , ,
V"5r TV T- eK. rr .
In.. - . .
ui ttyt, gray with agj. fine od Boarbon. ofd F -Iks
Whiskey, and any quantity Ccotrmon. He al,o has
rith agj. line t)'d"8oa
my quaniity oCcotrmo
" PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras. Lisbon. CUret. Sherry bd4 Caapagne
VViiMfajandla.t but not Ica.t. a quantitv of glUd
doubm extra BROiVN STOUT r1 o. whict lie will
eil at the lowest eah prices. The paMt are re -ppcctiully
soiicnei o gjy kit liquor a trial.
D- VV, ROBBrNd; Agent.
-nle3i itaefcpay, i'enaioni, :
. .. . Collected!- - . : ' .v
,h:?ral at"9lion P"4 to toititri arrisiiia ' Under
C LQXHI N OEM P O R I U M j !
C LOT HI NQ 0 FA L DESCRI PT1 ON S. ,
-i: i ij-:'. I., - at .i j '
MY'tlOck is composed f tine clothing,' niediam
bad tow priced adlipted -to all conditions,
laates and wants.'-' He has the latest style for tbe
season a fine asiortment af . ' ',r ,'
OtereoaU and Gentlemen's Shaw.s,
frbm low to. trie1 very best, 1 " "
' UtsGoud ait I atJitonnbU and veil Mailt,
1 th addition to my dock ' rea fr-made clothing. I
have piece goods fir custoni orders, ,.,,.. ,. ,' ,
Clotli.. asiiiier(9j &C, Sec.
And having one of the first class cntfers, I gnaran
te a fit in all eases and gtv aarUfaettun-. ' Also
variety of ' '
Stocking. Necktie". Collar. Stocks, linndk'errbief
everylliing in the gentleman's line of c:tlitn.
.Alio, iat, boots and Slioes. Trunk and Carpet
bags. " ..
1 will sell al the lowest Market prices. Please give
ma a call before puruha-ing elrewhere.
- . ANDUEVV.J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg. Nov. 15. 1865. ..
tawissa Hail Roail.Oii
d after MONDAY, April 9. J8ti5. iiasnengcr
trains o the Cnlawtusa Riiruad will run al the fol
lowing named hour
Lie . P. 45 a m
9 17 ? '
' 111 43,"
- 18.18 p in
rriTions. Mail North.
Williaumport '' Arr. li 15 p.m.
Muncy Dep. 5 45 "
Watson town ' 5,16 " .
Mi'ton " ' 5 01
Danville '' ' 4 l
Ringtown .35 "
Summit ' 155
E Mahuiioy June. 1.20
i' Tamaqua. Dine J.lu
Reading ' 10.43 M
Philadelptiia -' 8.0U
r York via. Read- - m .,
or Mauch Chunk, j . m
- S.15 " Dine
- 30.35 - J;"
No change of cars bctwin Willia.iMnort and Phil'
adHplna. - CEO. W. VVEBli. Sapt,
April 18, 1PG0 1
A LECTIRE TO YOCXG 31 EX.
'' JU.T published. In a sealed enve
lopi. Price G cents. A lecture ml the
nature, treatment end radicnl cure of
Sperniatorboeff, or Seminal Weaknnas
fnvo'untary Cmision. exual Debility anil Imped
imentsto v'arrl.Tse- generally. Nervusne. Con
rnnifi'in, Epilepy. and Fit ; Xenial and I'bvsical
Incapacity, resulting from Self Ab.t;, - lly Kob
ert J. Cutverwell. M, P.. author of tU-- 'Green Book,'
The world renowned autlr.in this admirable lec
ture, clearly proves from hi on n experience, that
the awful couscquence of &:lf-Abuse niuy be elf-ct-tinlly
removed wilboat ftledivine, and without dan
irerou surgical operations, bougies. iiilf um-nt.
rings. y 'cordials, poiniiut; out a mode i f cure at
onc certain and effectual, by which tvery sufferer,
no Hiauer hat hi rutiiiitinn may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately and railirally. Thi Lec
ture wilt prove a boon to thou. ami.- Sent under
sea! to any address, in a plnin env lvp. tin receipt
ot six cent r two postage rtamps. Also lr. Cul
verweli's Marriage Ouide, price .'5 cent.. Addres,
, CIIAj. S C-kt IE m,
' l'.'7 Bnwrry, New Voik, P. O. bua 456. .
April H. I-C." ly p,;a it C.
N- E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets.
, 'PHILADELPHIA,' '
' - i . .. ...'.
The most complete and thorourhly appointed Buai
ne or Cooimerciiil Cultrpe iu tb country. .
The only one in the city piseing a Legislative
Charter, and the only one in the United States author
iied to confer llet rees of M rif linploma awarded
to graduates ia tbe Commercial Course under it cor
porate seal by authority of
"Conducted by gentlemen f hhernl education and
extensive experieDce in buie. and aflordins une
qualled advmilaeeslor the thuiongh theoretical and
piacliral educaiion of younc men for the various du
ties anil rmploviui'iit of bai.ines life.
THEORY ANt PRACJICE COMBINED 1
by a of system
A TUAK BUSINESS TRAINING
original and pre iiiiii. nl y practical, g-ving the stu
dent in the hnrte-t time a r.uiup lele iPaighl into the
science of nc-"Unt , nrraied an. I ubliIiul ly the
proprietor f this'lulitution exolu-ively for hi own
ue.jving OMe-haU tne onlinary labor of the student
and giving hi.it a co tiplcle knowledge of tin practice
jf Ike best arrouinaiils.
TUE COMMERCIAL; COURSE
manship, Busine: Correrpondence,
Commercial Law, Lecture on
; Busine-'s Affairs, Couimer
' -; ciai I'utnms, Forms,
and Actual Buai
' res Prtctiee. ,
4r and (A Higher Matkntatia. PkoMfrapky, Or
namtntat Penman skip. Me jfrt a LittnUng
I Counterfeit JVoaef. I'.wginetUwg Hur- .
veyinf, A'attgMijn and
. . . . TEI.EGR.l'IUG. ,
The arranrements for 'lM'-rmpliiii are far more ad
vance of anything nf the kind ever "d-r'nl to the pub
lie. ' A regular Tele raph Lin i eonuecl J with l.je
lntiltiinn wi'h tweuty lirindi i llic in vart.iu
parts of the ci'y. where public IfiKines i transacted,
and in which tlie nuili-mi of this l'ititnii'iii are per
mitted to practice. No rerulfir "rSre practice can be
had in anv olher school of i:i4truciiit iu the country,
without which no one can obi tin a p"ition a a pmc
Ileal operator. Youna men are cautioned afainat the
deceptive represeiitalioa id tlne Im, without any
uch facilities, pretend ! t- ach T--fegraphiug.
This Institution U now enjoying the largest pitron
tronnge ever betowed up'n any Commercial school in
fe blale. Over fiva hundre. students were in atten
dance the first year, and over seven hundred during
the paat year. The bet ela:t of student may inva
riably be found here, and alt its associations are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
This Institution i located ii the most central part
of the ifity . and its acomtiiodations. Tor extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unttrpa-sed. All tbe
room have been fitted up in tfte very Dt tyte with
HUSINE.-3S OFFICES OR 4JUUNTIXU HOCSliil.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. STATIONARY STORE,
akd a itort.
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND fSr-UE, .
applied with finely engraved lithographic notes used
as a circulating medium in the I't partment of Actual
TO 1TO 1112 .IIJEaV
wtro desire the very h. st facilities for a
Praclical Kdocaiion for Dcsiness,
we guar n ee a ennrff of ins'ruetion no where ele
equalled, whi'e th j reputati(n and . slaudiug of the
Institution among buim s men make its rinior;
me nt the best passport to success and advancem-Mit.
A.l conu-inplsliiig enlering any fouiunrcial College,
ar invited to send for an ll.l.l'STK A I'hLl
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and full parliculars of the course of instruction .
tsrius. Slc -
L. FAIKBA.NKS, X. :M
- - - President.
T. E- MERCHAXT, Supt of Offics Business.
, LIFEHEALTH STB.EXG I'll.
LIFE HEALTH STKKXCTU.
Pandreds and thousand annually die prematurely
when, if they would give the Great French Remedy,
. .... DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S
Celcbrattti Specific Pills,
Prepared by Casuxciers t ltT"KT, No 214 Rue Loin
bard. Paris, from the prescription of Dr. Jnait lela
marre. Chief Pbviciai of the Hospital do. Nord ui
Lariboisiere a fair irial. ih- y vtoul hml iinine.iiate
relief, aad iu a nlmri tinie.I.e iuiy restored to Ucaltk
and Strength It is used in the practice of many raii
nt nt Ftecti phvvician. wiib uuitorio succesa.and high
ly r-coiiinii Diled as the only noaillve ad weanc Heme-
Wy fur all persons sutTeriniC If-m General or etexua
V I l.k.l.i. -If A . . r . i ... c
uci.iiichiciiu oiine nervous rorce
Melancholy, 'peruiaiurrboea or eteminl t-uiissiua.nl
Weakoess arising from sevi al Ex-Energy, fbyfica"
Prostration. Nervo'ufiess, Weak Spme.tLowness f
fpirit, L!imie.s of Vision. Hysterics, Pains in tbe
Bark and Limbs, Ira patency, Jcc - . , .
Niil.tnguagecan convey mn neonate idea of the Ira
mediate and almost miracnloau change it occasions to
Ibesla-birittUd end sbattared ny.ieuKlt, fact.iS t-i' t
unrivalled its an unfailing cw n of the mala4js above
Suffer no mre, bat use Ti Or eat fVtaea Remedf ; it
will effect a core where all others fail, and although
a powarful remedy, eoniaiss nothing hurtful iu the
must deliraie coastitutioa - ( r .-
Paupblet.contaiaing full psiticalars and directions
forusing.Jn English. Prencu.2fiu!.ishad German, ae
company each bog, aad also iat trae to any aJdrtss
when ruqucsted. . , . . . ,
Pnce One Dollar per box: Six boxes for Five Dollars
' Sold by all Druggists throughout the world ; or will
be sent bf mail, securely vealiid from all observation,
by inclosing specified price l any aattrarired agents.
BE.WAR.K OF COC.VTJEftFEIT'-a JU'D IMITATIONS.
Proprietor exclusive Agesi.s for America, OSCAR Q
JUOSES, if CO., 27 Courltand flt- New York,,
i luwuoriiea Azeuis tor ciooBiourj,
' w-fio f. .rOT.F"?. '
it.it t -wSr.
,FO Ut'2'.S r ..
' This preparation,
long and favorably
known, will thor
"broken-down and '
low-spirited horses, t
1 and cleansing the :
stomach and lntcs
' It Is , sure pre
vent! re of all dis- ,
eas incident to
this animal,' such as LTJN
qv FEVEB, GLA'DEBS,
couons, pis- -
LOSS OF APPE- '
T1TE AND VITAL
; ENERGY, kc. Its
use improves the
s smooth and
g!os.y skin and
miserable skeleton into a
fine-looking and spirited
To keepers of Cows this preparation is Invaluable
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
or the milk, it has
been proven by ac
tual experiment to)
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make the
batter firm and
. sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens
a their hide, ana
makes them thrive
In all diseases of Swine, such tu Coughs, Ulcers la
the Lungs, Liver,
axe, wis article
act as a specific.
Uj putting from
. one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 23 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for f L
P EXP ABED BY
S. V- irOTJT52 & BRO
' AT THEIR
WHOLES 4 IE DltlO AND MEDIflVE DEPOT.
So. 116 Franklin St, Baltimore, Hd.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers through
out the United States. .
E7 For sale at the Drug Ptore of
EYJ2K $ MOYER
. Cloomsburg Pa.
Bloomsburg. Jan. 6. lyG. 12nio.
CHEAP GKOCEUY STOKE.
IS ATS, CAPS AND SHOES.
rpH E undersigned has remove! histlat and Cap Store
up to Evans' old stand. w hre in addition to a
superior assortment of
SPUING AND SUMMER
0 Hats and Caps WS?
CONFECTION ARIES, CRACKERS,
Molasses, Sugar, ,
. Dried Fruit, ; Butter,
Coal Oil, Drugs,
Parlor and Hand Lamps,
Books. "Writing Paper & Ink.
Hardware and Ccdarware,
Ticket Knives, Combs,
fc, 4c., tf-e,
Together with a variety of articles generally kept in
Also A Mae lot of KID. MORO EOS and Linihss to
which be invitee the at ention of Shoemakers ndine
JOHN K. CIRTON.
P.loomsburg. May 13. U5
Spring and Stiimiirr Csootls.
rptl E subscriber has jnt returned from tbe cities
1 with another large and select assortmeul of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
purchased at Phi ladt-Aphia and New York, at the
lowest figure, aad which be is determined tu sell
on at mo Icrate itrmi as can be proeured elsewhere
His rtock comprises
LAD 5 DnESS GOODS
if the choicest styles and latest fashions together
with a large assortment of
DKY-GOOl'S, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Y Mitiga. ASo. Griceties, Hardware, Cedar
Ware, iivll'in -ware. JVjii. Irua,
n q o xs' a snosu,
flats and Caps. dec. In short, everything usually
kep. in a country 'tore, to w hirh he invites the at
tcniion of the public generally.
The hirThest price w ill be paid for country produce
in exchange for goods.
S. H. MILLER.
Dloomsbnrg, Nov. W. 1?B5.
CAPITAL AXD SCRPLCS, - - $150,
' A SSETS.
Ptock not called in, - . - . . 45(1,000
Bills receivable, . - - - . 40 (mo
U. S. 5 SO Bonds, - - . . Ui'.Qtta
Temporary and call loans, - . . . 6,0ou
103 share Wyoming Bank Stock, - . ti. led
5ti shares First National Bank at Wi Iks-Barre. 5.000
70 shares Second National It.ink at Wilkes Barre 7.i
46 shares VV llkes-uarre Bridge block,
Real Etate. ....
Judementa. -. - -Due
from Agents and others,
Caah in hand and in Hank. - -
G. M. IIOLI.EN BACK,
r n l.-M OE
I. . D. SHOEMAKER,
II. M IIOVT,
O M HARDING.
Si EtVART PIERCE,
G. M HOI.I.EVKA 'K. President.
L. ! SHOEMAKER. Vice Pre7.
K. a SMITH. SccraTaEV.
' '- BROWN. Agent,
March 85. I8C3 msbnr?, Pa.
, HIvMLKA Ol LL,
Nos. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Coartlandt Stree
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY
This old-established and favorite resort of the Du
llness Community )as been recently refitted, and is
complete in everything that can minister to the coin
forts of its patrons Ladies and families arc specially
and carefully provided for.
It Ij centrally located in the bu' iness part of the ci ty
and is contiguous to the principal tines cf steamboat
cars, ouanibusse ferries, fcc.
I ne table is amply supplied with all tbe luxuries rf
the season, and is equal l that of any other hotel in
Ample accommodations are ottered for upward oi
r7 Do not belie vt tanners, nackmea. and o'bers
' may say "the Wetern Hotel is full." .
D. D. WINCHESTER, Proprieu r.
THOS. D. WINCHESTER.
WTjt. c usnszsv, - eso. w. CAkra.XTH.
G. W. CARPEXTERsJIEXSZEV L CO.
If HOLES ALE DRUG GISTS.
737 Matcrr St. one door below 8th, PriUDELrHiA.
DRUGS. WFD1CINES, CHEMICALS.
PAINTS OILS. GLA8, VARNISIIt.S, DYE?,
And every other article appertaining to the
- business. tf the best qiaiiiy, and al the
lowest Market Rate.
, March ga. IfUW.
JOHN C. YEAGER & Co.;
MANl FACTURER Sc. VYiiOLESALE DEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, BONNE I S AND
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, v
THF. VfcR V'i' FLATTER I N(i UPPOUT
hereioftir uiven 'n't the iie fiim ol JAMH1S
S :Mt NlNCH & CO..iDil-icea iliw ifr der
eijnei! 10 einnr upon lttt bti-iiie) of
T ME RCH ANDIZMQ .- .
opOn n' t-ornrhHt new pleri. 'The c?ilii
.-jelein tia bft-n. an ifjury- to bota. buyer
unJ aellfr, hnI iherrfu'e . .
JAUEs S IWriTIiCII
'propO-ev to opn n ih 13iii -.lay of the
'r.pi.th ol Nnveniber, A. D- 1865 in
rgSj .1 t57gi S,Tr
THE MOST COMPLETE AND 7
--ELVG.ItST STOCK OF
F.VKR OFFKUED'IN THIS COUNTY;
i!MiiMiii! ol evury variety and quality ol
'Mpl nriil fancy aond,
G U 0 C E R I E S , ' ( C I J K K N S A It E , H xV R D -WARE,
and ail eorisi of ariides kept in a country
tore ; 10 be) -old
OR IN EXCHANGE FOR ALL KINDS OF
. The whole bnMiei. to be contluclPii on
ih hysiem of pay a yon nd at ih(
er ri ilian any other hou-e. Call aim
juflge tor vonrpelvp
JAMES S. MiNINCH.
November 8, 1865.
CI TAR It 11 SMJFF,
This SnufThii thor.iuehly proved it-lf to !. the
best arii. ! known fir eirini; ih- I'titntn Cold t
the lists and KDACita It h.i b"en found an ci
ccIIohi ieiii'-dy in many c'icfs i f ii.ta Eve, Dkap
nes iai been r-'inov-d by il a'i'l Hxako i.t ha t.ften
hceti w:itly ln.prnv -l by t- UHe.
it is fragrant and ncreeniiiy, and
l.lVtj I.ViMEul ATE HEUr.F
To the doll hi-avy puin rausi-d by dko are of the
Head. The enal ion a'ler usitis it are delichtful and
invigorating. It open ami purges out all obstruction,
strengthen the gland, and gives a healthy actiou tu
the pnrts affected.
More ihan Thirty Years'
Cf sali-and use of Dr. Marshall's Catarrh and
Hkadacuic S.ii rr. has pr- ved ilsgr-at vulue for all
the common disease of i he Head, and at thi moment
itftands higher than ever before, .
It i recommended by many of the best physician ,
and i used with great tuccess and satislaction ew
lit ad the Ccrt'ficates of Wholesale Drag
gista in 1854 '
The undersigned, having fo- many years been ac
quainted with Dr. Marsuaan's Catarrh aud Hkad-ac-hb
irjorr. and sold it iu our wholesaletrade cheer
fully stute.that we . elleve ii to be equal in every re
s ect, to the ree.iiilUcnd alion given of for the cure
uf Catarrhal 'AfTot f ions, and that it is decidedly the
best article we have ever known for all common i!n.
,:i,.h nl tlm 1 1 i
I'urr At Perry, Bust.m,
) Barnes Park. New Yoik
J A C 6c D Sands,
I hJ...... 1 1 i r-
Reed, Austin Sc. Co
brown, Cauisou Sc. Co '
Reed, CutUr Sc. Ce
Seth W Fowle,
Wilson. Kairbnnk It. Co. .
Ilenstiaw. dmand Sc. Co
U II Uav. Portland Me.
& uut al ,u i " ,
Israel Minor at Co - "
M'hessnn Sc. Robbins
A L. Scovill St Co .
V Ward. I l-e ai Co "
uuah Ac Gale,
For Sale b all Lrujgiats. Try It
Feb. 3, IdOO Jy.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
lirvan's Pulmonic Wafers.
CJ-The original Medicine cstiMit tied in 1637. and
first aiticle ' the kind ever introduced under th-j
name of -Pci.mo,ic WarsR," in ibis or any uber
country;, all other Pulino iic Wafers are rnunterfeits.
The genuine can be known by tho name BRYAN be
in. atauicd oi. euch Wafer.
These Wafer have been before the public for nearly
Thirty V ear. and the immense sale alt, ned.npt only
in America but iu foreign eountrie. fully attest their
mtriiii-ie w-T'h. The medical properlie are superior
to any other article offered for the cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial affection .and the quautitv contained in
each box i nearly double that ol the many vvor' bless
Lrjan's Pulmonic Wafers
cure Cough. Colds, Sor Throat. Hnareaes.A-thma.
Catarrh, ttrnncbiti. Difficult Ureulliitig, Spilling of
Blood rains in the Client In. ipient CoriKumottnn and
all diseases of the lungs. Noiaflording o ily temporary
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting cure and are
warranted to give satisfaction ia every instance.
They don"t nauseate like alcoholic compounds, and
the uiedical prope.ties ar combined in a form fo
agreeable and pleasant to iheia.te. that a.iy child
will readily take them One dose will always airord
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalist and Puhlic Speakers, the Wafers are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove the
most severe occasional hoarseness ; and their rerular
use for a few days will, at all times. increase the pow
er and flux ihil-ty of the vniee. greaily Improving its
tone, co'i'pa ami rlearnes. for which purpose th- y
are regulaily ued bv many professional Vocal t.l
The very great celebrity of this valuable remedy has
iii ii.-4.-d unprincipled persons in prepare basis imita
tion, which disappoint the jut cxpeetalions of the
puri-naser. anu mjure the character of the genuine
See that the word "BRYAN," is stamped on earn
Wuf. r. and alo observe the far .imile of tlm sicaa
tnre ofthe Proprietor. "JOB MOtss" on earh wrap
per, to entinteieit which i vorokrt. (T-- OiTendinr
parties will be dealt with to the full exleut)f the law.
t' a it s 1't'i.iii'MC vv afar are Tor sale by a.l Drur
Jim MOSfS Pole Proprietor, 57 Cortlandt St , N. Y
. ran. 0,1300 jy.
THE GREAT EXULISU REJIEDY.
PROTECTED BY ROYAHLETTER3 PATENT.
SIR J AMESCLRIv E'S
Celebated Female Pills.
Prepared frm a preicriplie f Sir J.Clarke. JW. D.,Pky
sieian Enraordinaoi to the Queen.
This invaluable tnepi-iue i unlailiiig ia the cure of
an inns'? painnn anu uaiierous uiwatei to wbici the
female constitution Is suliject. It moderates all ex
eat anu removes ail oasiruciion.trom whatever eaus
and a speedy cure may be relied on
tO MA l( 11 IE) LADIES,
it is rartiriilnrtr soiled. It will, in a short time, bring
on the monthly period vt ith regularity.
(Each bottle, prtre One Di.ll.ir, bears the Government
Stamp of Cleat tirilaui. to prevent Counteifeit
'A. i lN.
7 PMs rkould not he taken y Females during tie
FlKsr THR.F.K M KYl HSof Pregnan y. lcy are s.,
to bring on JHiseariage.kitt at awf uther time tkei ate tare
Eveiy im. u kuu s Hi it th hlnoiu i,f hualtu uiu.t
fade, with the slixtii-l irri-g j'aritv ..r li.lrurlniii of
lh inense. The. Pi ar t.ul the woman's friend
iu the linnr of trial, slid lh". only sure. p,xi;iv. anj
never fm'mif rure and r g il.il.ir I t-'ippr- fsl.-n of i,a
tiirc frem a ha ver cane So mild !.it the 'cellHt
cm: t:k- in, tu with perl ct security yet so powerlu I ia
their e feet, tliul ti. y u.ay be .ulVly t ailed, a Uevir
failinc R. gu'aiot.
In all rase of Norvmis and Spinal Aff-ctiuns Pains
in llir Back aud Limbs, Katisue lislil er-rtion,Pal-p
l.tHUi .f 'he licit, tlysteiir. aud While", ilie-e
ril s will off ct a cure when allotbm means have fai -ed
; at.d although a puwetful remedy, do imt contain
iron, calomel, untimuny. or anylluiig hujtful lathe
Fu'l riirectiofis in tbe pamphlet around each package
which should be careiully preserved.
SVLD BY ALL OR fOO ISTS.
Sole General Agent for the United tilaies cad British
Jn MOSSES, 27 Cortland St., New York.
N. D. fl 00 and 6 three cent postage stamps en
closed to tny authorised Agent, will ensure a bnulo,
containing 60 Pills, by return mail, s.curcly scaled
from ail observation. . -
Feb. 3. tiO.-Iy. i
1 HE subscriber, proprietor
I of the above named ex
tensive establishments now
prepared to receive orders
All Kinds of Ulaciiinpry,
for Colleries, Wast Furnaces, Stationary Engines.
- MILES. THRESHING MACHINES. fcC. &.C.
He is alsn prepared to make Stoves, all sixes and
iattcrn, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
His cxt.-nsive facilities and practical workmen, war-
aiithiiuin recaivtn tbe largest contracts on tbe
m it reagonnble terms.
iTT"- Grain of all kinds will be taken in exchange- fo,
ty This establishment is Inea.ed near tbe Laekuwa
na S Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
- - PZTER BILLMYEtt.
Bloomsburg, Sept, 12. 1363.
PHILLIPS PUPER PHOSPHATE LI VlE.Seymo-iri'
Patent Grain and Phosphate Drill, burneus Re-'
volving Hay Rakes and Hand Make, for sale by
I'AXTOiS . HARMON,
Kuper , Pa.
We rtaim for Philips Super Phosphate that it con.
tains less moisture .is more uniform in quality, con
tains moie agricultural value, than any other in the
market, and introduce tbe article to farmers in ten
eral as a rtaple and standard aiticle intending to
xy x-i-: -to i ri
THE BEST & I II K A PEST 31AMJRE !
17IVELY ground Bone, expressly for Wheat. Rye,
X Corn. 1'iurkwheat, Oats, Potatoes. Grass Fruit
Trees, Giapa Vines Vgela lea. ate,
Ab mobt . Koue Oust and Fertilizers are tarsely
anuneratea to sati.ry consumers that this article
st rict'y pnre. e rh bill of sa'e i accompar.ied with a
fdsiified statement thnf each package of Hone Du.t
is entirely free from adulteration. To thi fact our
freight ageats, car men and workmen. can al all times
teal if y.
F'iriners will do well to send for our circular. civ
ins full particulars of this valuable ferliliz r. As
our stork is limitud, we advise our customer to or
TACKED IN i7f67.Y4. HA It If ELS.
K7 A Liberal Diicount Allowed t Dealers.
A J HKEfNIt.,
N, R. Persons reading thi advertisement will do
bnne-gath'-rer a favor by bringing us totheir notice.
a we pa v the hi chest pi ice for licnes.
March il. Iiitirt 3mo.
GROCERY STO RE
ON MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
.13 ore E'rch liootU.
Just received at Henry Giper's Neu
Store: MULAISSES, SUGARS,
TD.S, COFFEE, RICE, SPICES,
FISH. SALT, RAISIN,
CANDIL.S, NOTINNs, Toys,
FEED AD PROVISIONS,
Together with a great variety of notions , Ac,, '.on
numerous to mention
BUTT Ell, EGGS. ME XT,
and Produce fenera'lv, taien in exchmg.i forsoidt.
The bei-l market price will be followed. Give Ivm
The highest market prices paid forallkinds
HENRY GIG El?.
BioomsLurj, January 3, ln(3o.
jYciv Stuck of Clothing.
Sl'riii and SKiiii.tcr Courts.
NYITRS atle Uiunto his Mock of cheap and fash
ionable Holding al his store, on
M.IN UTIIEET. IlLOOMSBURG,
two doors above the JJm.rican House,
where 1m has jut received from New York and
Phi 1 idelphia, a lull asortmeul of
ITlcii and .Coy's Clolhhiir,
including the most fesliionahl. durable and band
seme, DESS GOODS, cuusiting of
Hox,Sackt Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Con.'s. and Pants,
rf all sorts. ixc. and color. He loba replen
ished his already large stork cf Fall and Winter
Shawls; striped, figured and plain Vests, shifts,
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fanry articles.
N II. lie ha constant ly on hand a larse and well
selected assortment if Cloth and Veslines. which
lie is pr fcarrd to make up to ord r. into any kind of
clothing on very slurt notice and ia the best of in .li
ner. All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
of home lunuufaclure.
"f every Description. Fin and Cheap. Hi Case of
Jcwelrv is not surpassed in this place. Call and ex
amine hi geueral a.sortmeni of Clothing, Watches,
lewelry, tec. ttc
Bloomtburg, April 20. 1805.
HC. II O W E R,
a SU5EOn DBI.'TIST.
RIl'l.l II Ll.LV ott.rshis profess
ion.il services to the ladies and gentle
-X P tiri-pared io nt-etid lo all thn vnriom.
operations iu the line of his profession audi provid 6
win t ie liiiesl improved P'JhCr.I1 1. Tt.KTU; whirl
w II l-tfin -terted ou gold.platina.sil vcr and rubber br
1 1 hufLtvi II x 1 li nadu .1 luulh
lolixAwll a the natuial teeth
VII icr il plate and bl-ck teeth manufactured ar
0 eri'lii'ns on teeth.rarefully and propi'rly attendee
Keii'euce and oflire a fow doors above the Ct
11 in-e. M.kme aiff
iil xvnghiirc. June IPH.t
t'HU HsUliAl 7 1 !
XE1V GdLLKUY IN
THE undersigned takes plrasrue in annoni!rln
that he has opened a Gallery in the Imre fi.ou.
over Hariman's More, in l!loomsburg. Pa., for Pho
tographic and Kindred Art. flc i prepared lo lake
Pictures of all kinds. ,
Having procured the service of an experienced
Artist from New York, ho is prepared lo do all
kinds of Picture taki-ig
iy Call and see before going tlsewher?.
A. A. UE.Ml'STEAD.
January 31. Jc3G-3in.
Jii!icc oi Hie Ie:ue,
Licensed Loneeymcer, Scrivener, and
Office Heaver Valley, P.a.
Will attend toliking Acknowledgements. Write
De Ml.. .Vortgsges. Leaaes. Bonds? Notes. Agree
ments, fce. ftorveymg attended lo with depalth.
Ch irget moderate. - .
A m eri can Hotel,
: CHESTAUr STREET,1
Opposite old Independence Hall,
S. II tU LINGS,
MEXico i arsxtcona
REP til L1C oK MEXIfOr"
Twenty'-ucar Conp nHnd - tn Siim
of 5o. si oo, 8500, a fLTipar -'
(merest sev n Per Cent., PajjbU la
TUe City: of 'eir', Vr.C'.a
Prlncimt' nnd Int reel Payable in OX.O - 910 tmsx t
OHO to ba aol.l al Sixty Ceuta iif trje D..Uar in U. 4-,
Currency, tliu yielding art inture-t of Twelve par
eem, in Gold, or 3event-en per cent, in Carreney, ml
the present rate of iircHiimn ou gold.
The first year's interest already previded. . ;
The most Desirable Investment ever Offered.
Immense tracts nf Minlrg and Agrlceltural taads V
sixty percent of port dues, i u posts add Uses, la
the Suites of Tamanlipa end San Lui Polos i ; aad
the plish:cd 'ailh of the said Stale and the Geesial
Government are all pledged f.tr the redemptive of7
these Bonds aud payment of intetest. -' - ,
The Security is Ample.
$10 In U. S.Cnrrenry v ill boy a 7 pet eeat GVd1
Bond of $50. . ..
S'M in C. S. Currency wilt buy a 7 per cent. Oolit
tlond of $UKJ. . . . - ; -
t3NJ iii U. f; Currency wit! buy a 7 per cent Gold"
Bond l ai H. . ,
IUK) in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per cent. Gold'
Boud of tiuou.
Let every lover of Republican Institutions bay at
least one .
OXi: ROD. ,
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions receivsd by
JO'IN W. f "ORLI ES Co , I
and J. N.TIFPT. Financial Agent .
of th? Republic -f Mexico. 57. I'.r.ia.lw, . New Yorh
Subiciiption alsi received by Banks ana'
Banker generully tkroughjut the United Stales.
. Nov.tj, li-C5. . .
MY HAPPY HUME.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD : "
Wild Cherry Biltcra
Are perfectly pure and contain an poison or mx-'
nu substance. They are compounded upoa scien
tific principle, and are adapted - to the old and the
ountf, the strong aud the Weak, and are destined
to ie found in every city, town and batnlst ia the!
civilized world.. They speedily cure
Jaundice, Dysptphia, all forms' f In
dtgeitutn, Sour Stomach, liheuma- i"
tim. Sera' tda. and all ' : '
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,'
Dropsy. i-rvn. AfT-cti .tis. Ki l-iey Diseasee, Liv-
er Coniplaiiita. Geiw-ral Pttratioa,and Ner.
twit Headache. . - - .
A a Mnminv '-pp'iix r nft other fonlc or Sti ma
la til in tbe universe ru equal them, i- or disder'
ed divest on. imperfect circulation of the blood, aad
exhausted vital ruergy ' they give permanent art
prompt relief . ,
Fr CVhsIis nnd Colds tky are superior te any
Cherry Pectoral. Th-y cleanse the ' stomach aa4
purify the blood, acting dire, tly upon the Liver, tbe
great sent of disease ; they soou restore it tea seuaA
and ha!thr state. . .
To persons of Sedcntarv habits, delicate Females
and nursing .Mother, and those .who feel a loss of
strength, or a want of ambiooa. these killers will
be fsund of incalculable valua. Oue tiial will tea
vince you - ,i :'.. 'T
Manufactured and old by "
T. B, SLINGERLANC A.CO.:
H 7 Chrystie St N-T. .
and sold by all Druggists and Merchants genets, ly. '
- D. W.'hOBKINS, Agent.
March 23, iecc,3m , . .
4KV SKIRT FOR 18GG.
Tbe Great iDvcn'.ioo of tba Age la '
BOO P SK I R T S
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent TXTPLEX ELLXPTKI
(.or aouDiej trMi.u e&iKT. .
THIS INVENTION consists of Duplet (or two) K
liplic Pure Kefiued Steel Sprincs. ngeiiiously Braided '
"I ightly and Firmly totelher. eilfa to edge, making
the Toushcsl. most Flexible, Elastic aad durab a
Spring ever used. They seldom bend or break, like
the Pingle Sprines and consequently preserve their
perfect and leaulifi shape more than twice as ions;
as any SiuiMe Spring Skirt that ever U as or Can b
THE wonderful flexibility and great eonif'rt aas
.lensnre to any Lady wearing the Djpiex Eliptir Skirt
will be experienced partieularlv in all crowded As
reiiibtice. Operas, Carriages. Railroad Cars. CburcW
Pews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress,
as the Skirt ran be folded w hen In oe to neoupy a
small place as easily and coaveuiensty as a Silk or
- A Lady havinc Enjoyed lire Pleasure, Comfort aneT
Crent i 'on venicnce of wearing the I'aplcx EUipua "
Steel rprinz Skirt for a arable day will Never after
war. willingly dispense with their use. For Chii
ilren. Misses aud V vung Ladies they are superior l
all others. i
TH E HOOPS are covered wrlh 2 ply double twisted:
thiead and m ill wear t res a long as the Single jars
covring which is used ou all Single Steel Hoop Skirt.
The Ihtee buflou, sods na awry ikirt ar also Double
Steel. aud tc-or dootAe covered to prevent Use sjoe
erins from w. ariug of the rods when dragging dowa
stairs. loi.e steps etc , elc.,wbirh they are toostoos
ly subj-ft wheii ta use.
All are made of the new and el'gaat Corded Tap-e.
and are the best fitalrtv in every past, giving In tlse
wearer the nio.t graceful and perfect shape. possible,
and are unquestionably tbe lightest, most desirable,
comfortable a nd ..cuiiomical Skirt ever made, .
WEST'S UR A DUE Y l CAUY. PROrRlETOR sf
the Invention, and rtLK M ANt'FACTURKRS. 87
CUV MUCUS, and 73 at el REaDEbTRErs, Nsw
Yoik. - .
FOR SALE in ah first class Slo.es la this City, aad
thr iihout the United States and Caanada.Havana do
Cuba. Mexieo. South America, and tbeWest Indies '.
ISy Inquire lor the Duplex EUiutis (or dealdsl
Match SI. 1?C6. 3m, A It C. .
IS66 Philadelphia & Erie IS50'
1 1 -f
This great line traverses tbe Northern aad Nervh
west counties of Peansylvania to the city of Erie, ou
U&ke Erie. t .
It has been leased bv the Pennsylvania Railroad;
Company, and is operated by them.
Tins or passkrosr tbair at RoRTacasBSLARa '
LEAIE I. A ST HARD.
Erie Mail Train. II 2S P 11
Ens Eipre.s Train, 3 4i A it
LlmiraAlail Train. ' 11 2 A a: '
LElVE WESTWARD. '
Eric Mail Train. ' 1M AW i
Erie Express train. 7 14 f ag
Ktmira Jlail Train. - -- " 4 3i P M
Passngcrs Ckr run through on the Enc Mail and"
Express Trains without cuaros both wars bctwsaB
Philadelphia and Erie. ... "
NEW YORK CONNECTION. - -
Leave New York at 0.00 P. M.airive at Erie9. 15 A M
Leave Erie at 1.55 P. M. arrive at New York 3 4a PMi
Eiegaut Sleeping Cars oa all Night Train. -For
information respecting Passenger business ap
ply atthe -'or. Kb and Market Ste. Philadelphia '
And for Freishi business of the Company's A stats.
S. M. Kingston. Jr.. Cor. 13th aud Market Sis.. PHiPa
J. . Reynold, Erie.
William Urown. Agent N. C. R: R., Baltimore
II. II. Houston. Gen'l. Freight Agt . rhiladelnhfa
11. W. (.winner. Gea'l.Tirket Agt. I'hiUdelDhia.
A. L TV I. ER. Gen I. Sup t. WilUamsnurL.
March l. Its.. -
-JJi HOW L0r, HOW RESTORED-.
I( J,J. 7,ljt.ii"hd. a new edition of DR: CULYKI
w i.i.i. Celebrated Esjr 0.1 the aAicAt ceaa
Vwitlitiil iu?.!i i,f) of SrnRsuvoRRstojA. or semiaab
t i nkee-s lvo untwrv Seminal Losses, IrpotsscT
Venial and Phys.ral Imapaeiiy, . mpedi.ueuts t
Murrsige . tr ; a sc. Co.ascafTioa. EptLsrsv. . aa
IfT. induced by s.if in Julg, nce or sexual extrava
nl rrir,-in a salet envelope, only C cents.
The rxlcbralcd author in thi admirable essay
clearly .lemon -t.-atea. ftom a thirty year's euece.
ful praetice. Hint the alarming consequences of seir
abuse may be radically cured without the danger'
.i-s uac cl internal medicine or the application of
the kiufe-p., intn.g nnl a mode of cure at once sba
pie, certain, and effectual, by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition mat ee.taa
cur','I",fr neaply, privately, and radically. .
Ls This Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in tbe land. ir
Sent, under n.al rn a plain envelope, to aay aeT
dress, post paid, on receipt of six eents. or twsv
postage stamps. Address tbe publishers. '
CIIAS. J. C.KLIN EJt CO. -;
1.. Bowery. New York, Post Office hoc Oli., (
Marc h Is, 18M. Jy. : : . I
OMNI BUS LIN
elE undersigned would renerifi.lla .
' 16 e' "fenof Mioomsbtwg. and the public gen
erally, that he 1 running - ,;
an OMNIBUS LINE, be- f -7
iwecn ibis t lace aud tbe dif
ferent Rail Road Depots dal
ly. iuuoays eicrpted) to'
on the Catawtssa and WTilliasafMrt Rail Road, aad
with those going North aad south oa xhe Lack. sc.
Bloomsburg Kwad. '
His O.V1N I BUS-ES are ia good condition, ee oxoe
UHlaid """fortable, and chart reasonsble.
r Persona wisbisg to meet or see th-ir fr leads
depart, can be accommodated, upon leasoapbht
ttVC" UliVia tiaaely notice aranyoftbe Ue
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