Columbia democrat and star of the north. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1867, May 23, 1866, Image 4

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    AGRICULTURAL.
manuring cony IN the dill:
r Yhea nature' is scarca and the great
est effect is demanded the first season, or
trben corn is on a Oo3 sod, and a lit'le
6tart 13 wanted at first, or, when the land
Is rather cold and the season uncertain,
St is best to manure in the hill for corn.
If one has a fine coaipost, eaj of Bwamp
muck and manure, containing i of ihe
latter, after raarking out a good shovel
full may be distributed to three or -four
Kills, and the corn dropped directly upon
it If, howeTcr ttio compost is madd np
cfasbes, superphosphate, guano, poud
rctte.cto., eiBgly or minsfedit must be
mixed with soil and covered with a little
- arth besides, or the seed may be killed
bvcomiDff in contact with it.' Such ac
tive fertilizers, and the Hat is large, must
always be u?ed with care, not to have
Ihe seed injured. Yet they, are needed
close at band, for tho encouragement of
the young plant as soon as it starts.
Superphosphate, ashes, gypom noia
Baltpeter, etc., may ba . appliod en, the
hill after the corn is up, or,, at least, al
ter planting, with quite as good effect as
if pat in the bill.
The list of concentrated manures
which may. be madaon tho farm, or
bought, is quite large," 'and if any person
visits the manufactories of various kinds
in his vicinity be will often be able to
secure much that is of value to himself,
and da the sboeraaker.soap boiler; brew
er, tanner, butcher, or g'ue boiler, a la
Tor also, corn needs a deep and rich oiI,
or especial, manuring, . and the ground
must b dry' and ' warm. The cuitare
should be thorough previous pulveriza
tion, with the dissemioatioa of manure
throughout the,soil,bp plowing and har
rowing, unless indeed, the corn be plan
ted on a good award, turned under;: - in
which- ease manuring with a 'good com
post, stable manure, or some concentra
ted fertilizer in the hill is desirable on
Boils which need manuring to insure a
good crop. ' After planting, tha culture
should consistta keeping the weeds down,
and the surface free and open, for the
action of the air and the absorption of
dew and other moisture. ' ' ' ? X
The 'stalks should not bo to crowded
that theycannot mature well,' and if the
Culture be thorough, farmers generally
err in putting the drills too far apart and
letting two many stalks Mtand . in each
hill: V It 'a much more ecomonical ol
pace to plant in drills, the stalks a fot
apart, and the drills 30 inches to 41 feet
according to the variety this distance
peivg a little less than half the bight of
the stalks, on an average. . Never allow
more than 4 stalks to a hill -If all the
culture is to! be'dona by 'horsepower, it
pays ttf eacraGce a little of- the -land to
convenience, and pst the . corn in hills
equally distant, and in true rows, run
ning both ways. Art. ' Agricultural
ist,
Preserving II a Ms througii Summer.
The following method of preserving
hams through the summer, in the Soutl
crn States has been sent to us by a friend
residing there, who says it is regarded as
the beat method. ever -adopted.,. Uyit
hams can be preserved for jears, indeed
just as long as anybody wantsto. ' '.'
"Make a number cf cotton bags, a lit
tle longer than your hams; after the
hams are woll smoked, p1ao? them in tho
bag ; then get the be?t kind of sweet,
well made hay, cat it with a knife, and
with your bands- prcs3.it well around the
hams ia the bag ; tie the bag 'with good
strings, put on a card of their year to
show their rge, and bang them , in . the
garret or Borne dry room, and they will
be better for boiling than on the day you
bung them up. This method costs but
little, and the bag3 will last forty : years.
No flies or bugs will , trouble the bams
if the hay is well pressed around them ;
the sweating of the. hams will be taken
up by the bay, and tho hay will impart a
fine favor t the hates. Tho bam
.should be treated in tin way before il.e
hot weather sets in," Germantoicn Tel
egraph. ' ;. . '
Never read or sew with any light from
Ihe window or a lamp falling directly
upon the eyes.- - Millions have Io?t their
good eyesight from nonobservance of this
sinapie rule. It is fouadod on scientific
principles which we wil not take room
to explain at length, The light direct
upon the eyes contracts their pupils,' to
that not enough rays are admlcted . from
the printed pages or fabric) sewed, to
jnake them plain to the light from the
. wihdow or lamp shall fall ever the shoul
der, usually over the left one ts it will
cot then be obstructed by the right hand
in sewing. Another advantage, and '.t
great one, ii, that when facing-the .'.light,
one naturally inclines-; forward to eav
the eyes This. cramps the chest and
lanjr?, and is injurious to the health ; but
.with the light from the side, or over the
shoulder, one inclines to-eitin a much
in ore upright ahd -healthful position.
Every one who follow this ngge?tton
will fiad it conduce to comfort, health
and good vision - lb- , r , -
Never Hire z (I) a, girl, who, talks
about the defects of her lat employer.
She has a bad tongue, r will be a corn
plainer in your family, and " ever , raake
trouble, and will talk about you to oth
ers. 2.J Never hire one who' professes
to know everything. She will know few
things, if anything well. 3 Never hire
one who begins by inquiring- what she
has to do and - not to do. - Everythirg
you ever listen to of this kind will make
trouble afterwards. 4 J Never ; bire
ess who talks much about now her forjner
mistresses did this and that. Say firm
ly, but calialy, ' Every housekeeper has
her own way of doing thing," nndtbat
way is the best for her ; I have my way
tzd expect 'that to be followcf." ;
Stale Csead FRirU3. Cut stale
bread a tlilck slices and put it to soak
for sevsral hours' in "cold" 'sweiit milk.
Then fry it in sweet lard, or butter 'the
s.iecs and fry them,, and eat with' sugar
or molasses, or a sweet saucer To make
it mere delicate, remove the bard crust
I cfore ssing.! . . ' ! '. ;..":",".'', '
per Farmers can't plant acrl raise too
rrsch corn this season, as the winter has
l eca severe on the wheat and rye, there
ttI!! sot b'J "a full crop. 1 'r ;
rr HE 'PERUVIAN SYJiUP -
X 13 A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF THE
f - I'roloxiile ot Iron,
''a -"new discovery frr medicine which
r BTR1KES AT THE EOOT OF DISEASE, BY
DDnlvinK the Blood with its vital rsmcias, oa
. : . ijver ri.MKinr-lROM.
Thi is th secret of tbo wonderful tacteen of ihia
. remgaj la curisg
Dyspepsia, Liver Oomplaint, Dropsy,
Cbronio Uiarrho33j uoils, Nervous
', AfftictitiHSj Chills and Fever.", .
' Humors, Loss of Consti
; tutional vigor, Diseases
of the Kidneys &
, ,. ? Bladder, Female
Complaints,
. . i and all diseaacs originating in o
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a low itatc of the
yglem
Being free from Alcohol in any form, i's energi
ing effect a nre not followsd hy corronpondinp renc-
tioi,but aro perrnancnt,iBfuing trength, Ticor and
New Life inte all parts of the ay stem, aud bunding
up an IRON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AXP DEBILITY
-From the Venerable Archdeacon 8COTT. P. D.
TH'xiiaic. Canada Eat. March sJ4, .J155.
"lain an inveterate Dyspeptic of more
thai 25 years" rtanding."
r r "I have eo wonderfully benefitted in the
thrre short weeks during which 1 have usd the Pe
ravian i3;rup.that lean scarcely persuade mysrlfof
ihe reality. People who have known me aro aston
ifhrd at the change. I am widely known and can
but recommend to others that which has done so
much for me
A CASE OF S7 YER3' STAN'DTN'G CUIiED.
From IV3LEY JEVVETT, No. 15 Avon Tlaca. Boston
I huve suflered. and sometimss severely, for ?7
years, from dyspeptic j 1 commenced takin; tins Pe
ruvian iryrup, and found immediate beueOl from it.
In the course of three or four weeks I was entirely
reli.-vcd from my sufferings, and have enjoyed nniu
terruptd health ever since."
AN EMINEM" DIVINE OF BOSTON. SAYS:
I have been ualng the Peruvian Syrup fur some
lime past; it gives me new Vigor, iluoyancy of spir
its. Elasticity of Muscle."
TAoufnnds hart befn ckange-d by the .e of t hit remedy
from weak, $itk!f.e-uffcrig creatures, to Uronp.ActLtkf:
and katpp mm and teomem; and invalid cannot reasona
bly he wale tu girt tt- trial,
A puuiphlirt of 22 pnies containing certificates of
curea and recoiumendaiiou froui sihih of tbe nwnt
emineat physicians, elcrymen, and others, will be
sent sres to any address.
Cr ' e that each butllehas PkxevM Syrcp blown
in the glass.
FOR SALE BY
X. T. riNSMORE, Proprietor, 3(5 Dcy St Xew York
t-ULD IIY ALL DKL'C:idT3.
S
SCROFULA.
All Medical Men airne that lOPfNE i thu BEST
R!-;IKDY for Scpil'ula and all kindred di.4eates ever
dii!:overi:d. Tho dirticulty has been to obtain a Purr
fm.n-rion of it. :
JLJf, 12. Anders' fodliic Water
Is a I'ure Solution of Iodine, WITHOUT A SOL
VENT 1 ! Containing a full Grain to each ounce of
, . . water.
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and
l.esturative. " '
has eured and will cure SCROFULA in all its mani
fuld forms.
ULCERS, CANCERS. SY'l'H f LI3.SA LT RHEUM ;
ami it hs bi-er used with astosiMliinj surciMS in en-ttf-t
of Uhi!Uiiiiitlsm,(iyspep-iaf Coiisumption, Female
Complaints, Heart, Liver aud Kidney Lm i",e.
Circulars will be seal frks to any one sending their
aatlrKH.
Price l,fO a bottle, or 0 fur $.7.00 .
I'rip.ired l.y Ur. H. ANUEUd, Physician St Chemist E
Kor yaleby ,
J. I'. DlMSMOFwE, 30 Dcy St. New Y
,.f And by all Druggists.
"y ISTA R'S BA LSA M OF
WILD CHLRKY ;
" HAS BEEN USED FOB NEARLY '
;:.t: HALF A CENTURY,
with the most aslouijliing puccess irr curing
Cocgbs, ColJ?,IloaraeDesj, Sore Throat
' lufluanzt, Whooping congh, Croup,
' , Liver complaint, Broncbitis,L'iffi- :
culty of Breathing, Asthma,
: ad every affec-
- tion of
THE TIMOATLUXGS CI1ES7.
which enrrifs ofTmor victims than any other dis
ease and which baffles tke skill of tbe Physicians to
a greater extent than any other malady, often
, YIELDS TO THIS KKMi-DY -wheaal!
others prove ineffectual. .
AS A jMEUICJNE
Rapid in Relief, soothing in Eirct, safe in Us Oper-
. ution, ..i
, IT IS UNSURPASSED !
while as a preparation, free from noxious ingredinent
pniitons, or minerals ;'inltin skill, irnre. ai:ii medi
cal knowledge; combining all that is valuable In the
vegetable kingdom for this class of diaea-, it is
- INCOMPARABLE!
andis entitled, merits', and receives Ihe general con
fidence of the public, , ,
SEYMOUR, TTIATCriER, M. D.,
f Herman, N. Y- writes as follows:- :
"VYistar's Balx or Wild Uhsbrt given nnivcrsal
rnlifartion. It seems to cure a ( ouijli hy loom ning
and cli-anring the lunps.and allaying irrit.-iiion thus
rCm"vni2 the rausc, instead ofdryins Hie cii(b
and h aving the cause behind, i consider the !!alara
a -i ;o- d as any, if the best, Couh medicine with
which 1 nm aaiusiiuted." . . ,
Rev. Jacob SECULEa, of Jlanovor, Pa.
Well known and much respected amnz the Gorman
population in this country makes the following state
ment for the benefit of the alHicted, :
IfcAa Finn Having realized in my family impor
tant benvbts fr-m the usa i.f your valuahl- pn-para
tion Wistars lUi.tH or 4Vild Ciisbrv it afloids me
pleasure to rerunim-iid it t" the public, r-ome einlit
yrar s" one of my dau:ht(js seemed lobe in a ie
elinn am little flop.:s of hur recovery were ntert. lin
ed I then procured a bottle of yuer eicllenf U.ilpam,
and Iicl'ore she had tukn ihe wbole of th contents of
tte, bottle there was a grrat improvement in lu.-r
health. I hvve.m my tmliridunl cae ina! freiient
use oi your valuable uiediciac.aiid have always been
benc&itcd by it. . - ...
. i J ACOB SECIILER.
Trice One-Dollar a Bottle.
FID, SALE BY " .. !
J. I niNPMOUE, 38 Dcy Jtreet, New York
SiiTlI W J OWI.E, it tfN. Fr-prietor,, Dos: on. .
kXO BY ALL DKUUU.irs. ,
G
RACES
cicutiiLuu oaivu
CTTE3 CUTS.Bl ttXS, SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
. CURES WOUNDS. DRCISE3, SrUAINS,
Grace'e Celebrated Salve .
CUHE3 COILS, UL.5RS, CANCERS.
Grace's Celebrated alve
CURES SALT RHEUM, ERYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve' , "
' . CUBES CflAPPED HANDS. CHILBLAIN'S.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
" l!EAL9 OLD SORES. ERESri V"OUN DS, i.c
It is prompt -in action, removes pain at onee. and re
duces the inont angry-Ionking swellings and imtla
cuations. as if by magic thus atfordimg relief and a
complete cure. .
. Ouly i5 cents a hx ! (Sent by ma il for 55 cents.)
For Sale by - -
. J. P. DIV3MORB StJ Dcy Ftre-t, Vew York.
ai. v. rJ fc.c r'W, Frrpri'to-F.Ko!iton, and by oil
2i-ta. Crocers, and Country stores,
luary 547, lrton ly.'-
- -'anuary
Yt hocsnlc and Kctail.
'pIIE subscriber would announce to
J , Uloomsburg and vicinity, that
LIUUUKS in large and small quanti
ties, and at rlilfcrent prices, at bis
new store, on Main street, north sH
two doors south ol Iron street, Bloom
bnrg. His stock of Foreign and Do
mestic tlie ritixn cf
he is selling
eonsistj of Conae and Rocbel e, Blackberry, Gin
ger, Katpberry and Lavcnd. r, lie lias a large ass-
s'jrmieiii ii
O'i Rye. gray with ag, fin Old Courbon. old F lks
WhiHkey, and any quantity of con nion. He alo baa
:ifPURE KOLLAr4D GIN,
Madeiras. I.inbon. Claret, Phcrry and Canpagne
Wiaea ; and last but not least, a quantity of f,od
double extra BUOtVN STOUT ; a U ol v. bich'he will
stll at the lowest cash prices. The public , ure re -spectfully
solicited logjve his Hquor a trial.'
' ' " , ' D. W. liOLUINd. Agent.
CUAULES B. BPiOCKWAY,
Vv" Attonacy'-af-liaw.
Bounties; Back-pay, Pensions, $-t.t
' .. -' "j collected. " '
' Pporial attention paid t matterf arrisiog trader
the Internal Kevenue Laws.- - , i ..
C7" Or Ki:e. one loor west' or the Court House.
Btoumstmre. P. ' ..--: . i.. j , -4
January 17, Jot.
: A. J. EVANS5
-CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
Nearly opposite the Epitcopal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
MX atock ia composes of fine clothing, medium
and low priced adapted t all rnnditinn.
tastes and wants. He has the
season a floe assortment of
latest styles Tor tbe
Overcoats and (.enllemeiTs Shawls,
from low to tbe very but
' His Goods, are h atxiuonnUe and wcltjllude.
In addition to my stocl: of rea ly-made clothing, I
have piece goods for custom orders.
Cloths Cassimcres, &c, &c.
And having on of the first clas cutters. I trnaran
tee a fit in all eases and give satisfaction.. Also
variety of - . .
1V00LEX A AD LIXEX SIiIRTS,
Storkinff. Neckties, Collars, StocXs, Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentti; men's !imi of clothing.
Also, Hats, uoots ana shoes, trunks
and Curpet
bass. . .
I will sell at the lon-eft Market prices.
rioase give
. EVANS,
me a call before purchasing cUewln-rn.
Bloomsbuig. Nov. 15, If 05.
Catn
and i
atvis.t il;xu i:oatl.--5!i
after MONDAY, A pril 2. ISlij. nanscnirer
trains on the Cntawivsa i.iilriud wjll run at the fol
lowing named hours ;
Mail Eolith
stations. Ulail North.
Williamsport Arr. i 15 p.m.
Muncy Hep. 5 4.j "
Watfontown 5,10 "
Milton 5 01 ' "
Danville " 4 2u
Kiipe!-t 4 t o "
Catawisa ' " 3.50
Binpiown " y.ns
8iiiiin.it 5.1
tlunkike 140
K Mntiunoy June. i.VO
Tania;iia. Dine " 110
Uep, a m
.I7
9.46 '
lu.Oll "
III 43 ,
11.00"
11. ni"
12. tdp m
12 .W "
1.0-1 "
l.'JO "
S.l.i Dine
4
7.00 '
Reading lO.tilan
riiilndf Ipbia 8 00 "
N"w York via. Itcnd- I r(ui
ine or IWaiicli Chunk. ( " " m
Xrr
10.35
No chance of cars bctwi eil Villin:nnnrl nn.1 Phil.
adelphia. GEO. V. WEBB, sseut.
April IS, 1?66
A LECTURE TO YOIXG ME..
Jt?i putitshed. In a scaled enve
lope. Price 0 cents. A lecture on tliTc
nature, treatment ind radical cure or
Spermatorhtea. or Seminal Weaknns
.;i
Involuntary Emiss'tons, sexual P-rhility and Imped
iments to .Vtarriaee penernlly. Nervousness. Con-
vumplion. Epilepsy, anil t its ; Menial ana I'hysical
Incnpae.ity, r:suiii? irotn pbii-.m-ise, ste. rsy hh o
rt J. Culverwell, M. I.. author of thj 'Ureen Book,'
ic. .
The world renowned au'.nnr.in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves irom his own experience, that
the awful coiiscqii'inccs of S-ll-Abnse may be eti'-ct-ually
removed with"ut Mrdicine. and without tlnn-
Ct-rus surrical operations, uonjics instruments.
rinsrs.or cordials, pointing outanioile ofrureat
once certain and ctTr-ctual, by which every sulturer.
no - matter hat his tninliiion may be, nmy rure
himself cheaply, privately and radically. Tins Lec
ture wil I proe a boon to thousands. Sent u ruler
seal to any address, in a ;il iiu-i-iivrop, on receipt
fit six cents or t wo postae ftamps. Also lr. Cul
verwcirs Marriasu Wunle, price cent". Address,
tdlA. a. C. KLINE Sc CD..
' ' ' 177 Bowery, New York, P. O. box 40r0.
April 13, l.-Cti. ly Peas & Co. - . .
BUSINESS COLLEGE
N.E
Cor. Tenth and Chotcut Streets.
rniLAPELPHlA.
Tfeo mopt complete and tliorou?lily appointed Busi
nes. or t'oinmerciiil Cnlleff in the rounfry.
Thti only one the city pose!-sin? a Legislative
f'hrwter.aud th'- only one in the United States author
izi'd to confer Pegreei of Merit iaplomas awn riled
to pradu.ites in the Commercial Course under its cor
porate senl hy authrity of law.
Conducted 'by (feutlentrn of liberal education and
extensive experience in business, and a (ford in if une
qualled artVMniaeesfor the thororh theoretical and
piactical education ofyounc men lor the various du
ties and employment of bu-'ine lifo. , ,
THEORY AN l PRACTICE COMBINED
by a of system
f ACTUAL BUSISS9 TRAINLVO -orisidat
and pre enrtnent'y practical. cvi'i!r the stit
di nt in the shortest time a eomp lete iri!;lit inlnthe
science 'of accounts, nrra.ijtf d an. I puMi.-'hcd by the
proprietor of this llilutiiii en lurively for own
ase.savinf one-half the ordinary I'ibor of the student
ami (r; viii;' ''i a complete kinHvludga of til l practice
Ikuf the best accountants.
T11K CU.MiMLUUlAL (JUURbU
. ' EMBRACES
BooteopingjCoromcrcial Aritbrnetic,Pcn
manship, 13usine?a CorrerpODdeoce,
Commercial Law, Lectures oa
Business Affairs, Corprner
ciai ITuPtotns, Forms,
aDd Actual Busi- '
vfa Practice.
SrEClAT. BRANCHED '
ttgtbra and the Higher JltatkmnHe. Phonontptty, Or
namcnlal Pevmanrlrip. ike Jtrt o Ueltling
Counterfeit Moitrm, F.npinerttng Snr
reymjr, AaoiiM and
'I'rtfrr.pk it . -
- TCf.EnilAf'IIIM?.
The arrangements fnr Teiejrrpliinj are fir mnre'aiT-'
vance of any thine of the Li ml tur oil red to tlir pub
lie A ri-gular Tele rapli Lii:e n co:i'i.- t.j,! with the
Institution writ twtnty hnnch offices in various
parts of Hie ri'y, where puiilic buine j transacted,
and In which tin: Hud.-t? of th-5 Institution aro per-r
O'llteil ! practice. No recul lr 'fS practice ran be
had in anv other rclio'd of int:trui"Liiu in te coui.try.
vi:lioul v birh no naw can o'jlmii a p ixilKUi as a prac
tical operator. Younc m-n a.-n cuti':ud njai-ist tile
deri-titive ropresentationj i.f th!"5 nhi, without aiiy
such facilities, pretend t i t arh T -I -;r'jplj;ii2.
PATRONAGE.
Ttiis Ir.stitrtf ion is now enjoyins t.'ie Tarfst patron
trtmiipe ever lietowed ifii'-n ary Comin?rcii! school iu
tl'e blr.te. Over fiv hun.lreit students were in atten
dance the Sst year, and over seven hnndrvd duriiia
the past yrar. The be't clasj of students may inva
riably be found here, and ail iu a?ocir.tions are first
"LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS..
, Tliis Institunon islnrat'-d in ihe mist central 'part
of the city . and its ac omuio'iations. for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unsurpassed. All the
rooms have been fitted up in the very O'.-st ttyle witil
HUSIVErfS OKKH'ES OR COUNT! XJ lluUS.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. STATIONARY S1XRE,
BANK OH- DEIM-Wrr AND ISSUE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes used
as a circulating medium in the Department of Actual
Baisiucss.
TO YOt'lV'R MUX
who desire the very b-sl facilities for a
Practical Education Tor Business, (
we pnaran tee a course of instruction B4 where else
equalled, whi'.e the reputation and stantline of the
ln.tifution itmon; business men make its endorse
ment the best passport to success aud advancement.
Ail contemplating enterinf ary Commercial College,
art invited to send for an I LLCSTRATED
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and . full particulars of the course of instruction,
terms, 4-.c. ' . - .
. L. FAIBC1XK5, A. M ,
President,
T. E. MERCHANT, SupU of Office r.ufintgs.
Nov. 4. I;3-I2m.
LIFi: ilCAIni STillG I U.
LIKE HEALTH STKEGT1I.
LI FE HEALTH - ST U EX t TIJ.
Hundreds and thousands annually die pr"maturely
when, if they would give lite Ureal Preach Remedy,
DR.' JUAN DEL.:tfARRE-3
Celebrated Specific I'iils,
Prepared by CaaannERa it Dcokt, Xn.SU Rue Lom
bard. Paris, from th prescription of Dr. Jmiii Ixda
marre. Chief PhVKician of the Hospital di rVord en
Lariboisiere a fair trial, t'nry as-il i Dud immediate
relief, aad. ir, a slmrt time, le Inlly restored tc Health
and S'renrtk It is used in tbf practice of many emi
nent Kreth physicians, with umloria aucecss.nnd hieh
ly recommended as the only positive ad yea fie Kerne
rfyforall persons sutferina lrm General or Seiua
Debility, ail dcrangewenta eTthe Nervous Forces
Melanrbely.i'peruialorrhoea or Seiniml t(nision,l
VVenknesa arising - from sexual Kx-Enerry. Physical
Prostration, Nervo'isnes?, ' Weak SJpine.tLownes of
spirits, tiiiuuess of'Vi?ion, Hysterics, Pains in the
Back and Limbs, Iiupotency, Sit
Nol injuage can convey an aenttatc idea of the im
mertiats and almo.t miraculous change it occasions to
Ibsdebiuutoii cad Kiixtsf e synem la fact. it tal8
onrivalled as an anfailing curl ol the maladies above
mentioned. - , ,
Suirer no more, but use Tk G,trt French Rtmedj ; it
will elT,:cl a cure where all others fail, and til U) ouch
a powerful reaiedy. contains nothing hurtful to the
niet delicate constitution
Pauiphlets.coiit.iinini full particulars and directions
foit4ax, in English. r-renchr aliib and German, ac
company eaoh. box, and also sent lrealoanyBddri.se
when r'jqutsted. t
Price One Dollar per box; Si lioxes for Five Dollars
Sold by all Drureiats thraaerout She world ; or Will
be sent by mail, securely aenletl from all observation,
by inclosinr specified price to tiny authorized arents.
BEWJRR OFCVVJfTKHFF.ITU JIJfD IMITATIONS.
Proprietors exriasrva A (eats fov America, Ob OAR a
MOSES, if CO 27 Coorltand M'Xes Yerk, -ii
Author nod Agents for Bloomnbur.
..... JCYiUt of MOVF.lt.
i .'. , t .. j Dan Vila. , tf ; vrr,t'
wv.'j -mi. - imvmmmmmmmtmmmmmmwm.MS.mjL. mmm
fy I'.' .A 1
:r.:ii7m
BONE ;MILL:
BONE M$l
THE KEST & (UCAi'EST HIAKUIIE !
FINELY ground Honc. expresKlv for Wheat, Rye,
Corn, liurkwheat. t)at. Potatoes. Crass Fruit
Trees, (Ji ape Vines Vegela'i leit, tic.
as most I. one nut nnl i-erti'izera nre largely
adulterated to satisfy consumers th.it this article is
strictly liure.e ieh bill of Mile is arconiiiunieil wiili a
tatitified Ft.iieineHt tltaf each package of Hone Dust
is cnurei iree irom anuiteralion. To this fact our
freicht aseMts, car men and workmen. tan at all innei
test ify.
Fanners will do well to send for our circular. giv
ing; full particulars of this vaiualdu fertilizer. As
our stock is limitud. we advise our custm-icrs to or
der eariy.
PACKED IN D.1GS$ PARRELS.
QZ7 A Liberal Discount Allowed to Dealers.
A.J IlKKINIi;,
Alluntown, Pa.
N, R. Persons readies thi ad vertii-eim iit will do
bone-patlr-rers a favor by brinins us to their notice,
as we pay Ihe hicheiit price for Uones.
March 21. lsiU. Hmu.
OF
Spring: ami Sisisiaurr root!..
THE subscriber has just returner! from the cities
with another large and select assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMKR COODS.
purchased at Phi ladeiph!n and New York, at the
lowest riiure. and which be is determined to sell
on as moilerate tvrins as can be procured elsewhere
in Dioouirinur?.
ilia rtock comprises
LM3:ES DSESS GC0B5i
if the rhoiceft styles and latest fashions together
Willi a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vi stings. Also, Groceries, Hardware, Cedar-
Ware. Hollow-ware, JS'iila, Iron,
Q Q z g A U M H 2X Q X tt ,
Hats and Caps, tc. In short, everything usually
kepi in a country ct ores. to which he invites the at
tention of the public eencrally.
in". Rijnesl pne; will be paid for country produce
in exchange for goods.
S. H. MILLER.
nioomsbnrg, Nov. 22. 8Bj.
i x sura iv c a: co r r&xY,
W1LKE8-BARRE. PENNA.
CAPITAL AND SUKPLIS, - - $153,
ASSETS,
Stock not called in, - -
$,0,000
0.0: XI
6. WO
ri,l-0
Hills receivable, -
If. P. 5 20 llonds.
Temporary and call loans.
103 shares Wvominjr Bank Stock,
Si shares First National Barm si Wilks-Parre
5.000
70 Fhares Second National liank at Wilkes-Uarre 7,i"'J
4ii shares VV ilkeg-Uarrc Uridge Stock,
S.530
J.5I9
I0i
7.4M
l,S4i
Keal t-state, -
Jtidements, -
Due from Agents and others.
Cash in hand and in Bank,
DIRECTORS.
O. M. MOLT.ENBACK,
JOHN RElCIIAItfi.
SAMUEL VV A Oil A MS.
ritARLfc.pt DOKRANCE,
I. . D. SHOEMAKER.
II. M HOYT,
O. JOLLINvt. "
Wm 8. ROSS,
t HARI.K-? A MINER,
G M HAKUtVG.
R. D I.ACOH,
rti EWART PIERCH
G. M nOLI.ENRACK. rrei,Ient.
L. D. SllOEMAKLR. Vies Yrct'l.
K. C. SMITH, Secratart.
r. DROWN. A-ent,
March 25, 165 ... . insteirg, Pa.
OMNIBUS L IN E.
THE iin.Trsiinel sil l respeeff iMy announre to
the citizens of hloomsburg, and thu i'ublic pen-
i-riinj-. irt;ei ne is rTrnntnrj
an OMNIBUS LINK, he- Vf
tween ll.i. t lv t'. .l.r. V -
ferent Kan uoad iiep(.t iiai- jrinnr
IV. r funfays except"" to " 1 1 " - -connect
with the severnt Trains eoja Siuth a West
on the Catawissa and Y:llianiprt Rail Road, and
with thofe poing North and South on tho Lack, St
Blooinhre Road,
llisOVINlBl'SCS are in pood condition, commo
Ciftos and comfortable, and cliarrrs rrasonabl'?.
TO" Persons wishisg to meet or see thir frisnds
depart, can bj nccoin moil.iteif, npon re.isoorlile
charges by leaving timely notice at any of the Ho
tels, JACOB L. GIRTOX,
Proprietor,
niooaisburir. April 27. V.CA
B2B. H00?SK1fiTSf S2S.
MAKcrarrraED and Sold
'WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
No. 628 ARCH Street, Thilad'a.
The most Complete assortment of La-liei Mj(t
and Children's HOOP .K1RTS, in this City ; cotlen
- expressly to meet tin? wats of riaT ouss
Trade ; embracing the newest and most desirable
Styles and (Sizes of "Gore Trails." of every leairth
from 2 J 4 to 4 yds. round. 20 t SH Pprinss, at 2
to $3 t0. Plain Skirts, nil lenelhs, from to 3 yds.
round the bottom at SI 40 to 91 15.
Our line of Misses' and Children's fiKIRT?. are
proverbially bey:nd all competition fr varietv of
styles and sizes -as well as tor flairh and durabili
ty ; varyirif from lo 33 inches in length, ti to 42
SP'ibis at 3.i cents to g t5. All Skiim of "OUR
0VN M AKE." are Wur isirn to give Satisfaction ;
but Bov nosb as rccH. unless tht y have. "Hopkiu's
Hoop tkirt Manut'urtory, No. 528 Arch lrL-ef"
Stamped on each 'lab !
Also constantly on hand, nojn Skirts, .Manufac
tured in New York, and the Lantern States, which
wo sell at very low Pricos. A lot of chesn Skirts
15 "prings, 5ceHts ; 20 sprin-s. SI 00 33 springs.
91 15 3'i ininzs, $1 and 40springs 1 1 50.
SJr Skirts, made to O der aud Repaired.
U 7 Takms Gash. One Pates Oklt I
March 7, ItiOti. 4inoa,
M. WHITMOYER,
ATTO RIVE'S: - AT - LAW,
: BLOOMSBURG, Pa.
-
Office opposite Pot rjjicetover Harlman's store
Back Pay, Bounty, Pensions and Gov
ernment claims promptly collccltd.
Blooiasburg, Apr. 4, 'tii.
V. c.
BXjlSZT,
OHO. W. CARHKKTER.
Eitablished 1828.
G. W. CAUPEXTER, nESSZET & CO.
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST?.
737 Mjrkct St. on door below 6th. Philadelphia,
DRTJC, MEDICINE3, CHEMICALS,
PAINTrt, OILS, QLASfct, VARNISH ES, DYE?,
And every other article appertaining to the
business, of the best quality, and. at the
- - lowest Market Rate a. -r
2Urca 2d. 13j0. .- - . -
'W
ted; -rn whip)
J)R. MARSHALL'S
CATAUKII SiMJFF,
This PnufThss thoroughly proved itself to be the
best article known for carina: the CithIii, Cold in
the litis and Headache. It has been fouud an ex
cellent remedy in many csccs of Sore Eyes, Draf
nkks lias been removed hy it. and IlCARoislias often
heen greatly improved by its use.
It is fragrant and arreenhly. and
CIVEdJMMEOlATE RELIEF
To the doll heavy pTryis caused by oiseni-ei of the
Head. The sensation a'ter using it are delix litftil and
invigorating. It opens and purj.-s out all obt-truetione,
strengthens Hie glands, aud gives a healthy action to
tbe pnrts affected.
More than Thirl 3r Years'
OfSaloaui use of Da. , Marsh ail's Cataurr and
Mkadaciik SNiirr, lias proved User -at valuo for all
the coiiiui'iii liseas-s oft he llead.uud at this moment
ilvtands higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the best phj sician?,
and i used with greut pucce.es and satisfaction eve
rvw here.
lisadthe Certificates of Wholesale Druo--pisfs
in 1854
The undersigned, havine fo- many years been ac
miaiiited with Dr. M ar.iuan's Catarkii nud Hi.ad
ahik r-Kvrr. und sold it in our wholnsnletrTidi: cheer
fully stfiie. tli.it we i tlieve it to be equnl in e vi?ry re
hpeet, to tin: recoiiiii.eml ations given of for the cure
ui Catarrhal A (Tortious, anil Unit it is Ueciileillr the
best urtir.le we have ever known for all common dis-
a ,ii me iiuuu
imrr At Terry, Kost.in,
) Rames Park, New Yotk
Keeil , AiiHlin & Co '
Crown, l.auition St Co "
Reeil, Cutlur St Co "
Setli V Fowle,
Wilson. Fairb.-mk 4c Co.
lUiibliavv, Ediuands St Co
li ii Huv. Portl ind .Me.
A K St D Guilds,
Stephen Paul &. Co
ls(.tU Minor t Co
iM'KessouAv Knhbins
A L Scovill Ac Co '
V Ward. Close & Co
Rush St Gale
For Sale b all Druggists. Try It
Feb. 3, let 0 ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
LTTI'" original Meilirine cstiblif hd in 19.77, and
first article uf tin; kind ever iiitiodnced under thi
name of "Pulmonic WaypRs." in this or nuy other
country; all oilier Pul ino.iie. VV.if -rs are counterfeits
Tbe genuine can be known by the name UKYAN be
iiii; i;niped on enrh Wafer.
Tiiese Wafers have been before the public fr nearly
Thirty Years. and tin; immense sale alta.ned.mu oniy
in America but in foreign countries, fully attest their
intrinsic w-r'h. The medical properties are superior
to any other article olfered lor I he cure of Pulmon.-try
or Rroiichial art' -clioin.aiiil the quantity contained in
each box is nearly double, tiial of Hie many wor' ulcss
imitutions advertised.
lirjans I'clrannic Waffrs
cure Cough. Colds. Sore Throat. Ilonrseness. Asthma.
Catarrh, t'.roiiohui. Dilncult Breathing, Hpittina of
lilood 1'ains in the Chest-1 neipient Consumption and
all Hfeases of the lurics. Noiult'ording o ily'temporry
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting cure and ure
warranted in give satisfaction in every instance.
They do n' t naus'.'ate like alcdiolic compoumls. and
lha meilical prope.ties aro combined in a firm so
nireenlde and pleasnnt to thetau. that any child
will readily take them One dose will alwaj g afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES,
To YncnMst and Public Speakers, the Wafers are
peculiarly valuable; they will in one day remove the
most evere occasional hoarseness ; and their resnlnr
ue. for a few days will.at all times increase the pow
er and flexibility of thu voiee. jtreaily improving its
tone, compass and cle.arties!. for w hich ?urpo they
are repularly used by many professional vocal n-ts
The very up-nt ee!ebrity of this valuable remedy Ins
im tilted unprincipled persons to prepare basu imitu
tions. which disappoint the jitt expectations of Hie
purehaser, and injurs the character of the genuine
medicine.
See that the word "IiUYAN." is stamped On earn
WiilV r. and also observe the fan simile of the signa
ture of the Proprietor. "JOB Mt).-Es" on each wrap
per, to counleieit which is foroery. O" Ofl'endtng
parties will be ileall with to Hi - lull extent of the law.
ISkYAK's Pci mokic Wapehs are for sale by ail Drnir
Rits. JOII MOSFS. Pole Proprietor, 27 Cortlatidt St, N. y
Feb. 3, ldbo ly.
THE G R EAT E(.M52I KEMEDV.
PHOTECTED BY ROYAI. LETTER3 PATENT.
SIR JAMESCLRICE'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
Prepared from prescription of air J.Clarke. M. D.,Phg
ticiaa Eztraordmaog to the Queen.
This invaluable mepicine is unfailing in the cure of
all those painful and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is subject. It moderates all ex
cess and removes all obstruction. from whatever cause
and a speedy cure may be relied on
7 O .MA KRlbll) LA DIES,
it is particularly suited. It will, in a short time, bring
on the monthly period with repularity.
(-Earn bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Slump of Cleat Uritain. to prevent countcifcils,
CAI'TION,
7 Pill hold not be. taken bf Frmn.lt during the
FIRST THUKF. Mi'MTHa of Pregnancy, ihry arc sure
to bring on Miseariiifft,bul at any other time they aretafe
Eveiy women knows that thu bloom of health iiiiimI
fade, with the. slightest irregularity ur obrtruclion of
thu menses. Ihesel iila are truly the woman's friend
iu the hour of trial, and the only sure, poui'ive and
never failina rure and regulator "f Suppression of na
lure from ha ever cause So mild liiat the leuideyt
can takethem with perfect security. yet so powerful in
their e Jett. that tney "may bs safely tailed, a never
failing Kezulator.
Iu all rases of Nervous and BpinaM flections. Pains
in the Hack and limbs. Fatigues hzlit mrrtinn. Pal
pitation f 'he Henri, Hysterics, and Whiles, thee
fit's will erf ct a cure when alioiberuiuans have lat -ed
; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain
iron, calomel, uutimony. or an thing hurtful to the
constitution.
Full directions in tbe pamphlet around each package
which should be carefully preserved.
H'.'LO DT J3I.L DRVGUISTS.
S-de General Agent for the United Slates and Critish
Dominions,
J in MOSES. 27 Cortland St., New York.
N-R 51 andfi three cent pontax ktauipf, en
closed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottle.
roniainin; 5J Tilts, by rct.iru mail, kvcurely scaled
from ail observation.
Feb 3, 'on.-ly.
UUNTLSTESY.
C. II O W E R,
H.
SURGEON TENTIST.
rrcprn'i.'i'i i r i
AT ! icll."ll servirea t,l thrf Inilie and ..title
'i ",f!n f I'1 '""'sb'irg.tnd vicinity. He is
nretiared to attend to all Hie vnrioni
opjrali ns in tbe line of liip prof"-ion andi? pr.n i I. d
w-lh Pie laicst improv'd PKCF.I1I. TF.KTH; which
w ii i j in?--rieii tin poiii.piriiiiia.sii ver ana ruuotr or e
liil.MW' II as the n.itui al teeth
.Mineml piate and block teeth m-iiif::rturert r all
oi er: li"is on teeth-carefully and properly attrndd t .
its.ii'cnce and offwe a lew d xirs above the Court
H iu -e. vaitie side.
i.l x- nnbiir?. June It C,3
titUTUUKAPUS I t'HUTLUHAl H i I J
A XEIV GALLYZIIY IN BLOOMS
BUIiG. THE undrrnfned takes plrasrtts in annenp".:n;
that he has opened a Gallery in the larce Koom
nvrr iixriman s nor, lit lilooml,urg. Pa,
for Pho
togrnpiiic and Kim! red rt.
I'utures of all kinds.
ne is prepared to take
Having procured the servica of an experienced
Artist Irom X-w Vork.ha is Brtparod Uuoall
kinds id' Picture taking.
C?" Call aud see before going elsewhere.
A. a. UEMPSTEA3.
January 31. ISG6-3m.
NATIONAL FOUNDRY.
CS 4 BLOOMSIJUUa.CO
. ygLUMEIA COMlA.
af B 5T1 HE subscriber, proprietor
!il ! r f- Yfl.tit i of the above named ex-
tenive establishment, is no
prepared to receive orders
lor
All Kinds of Machinrry,
for CoilPrics, Hlast Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILLS. THPF.aniNG M ACHIN F.S, C. &.C.
He is also prepsred to make Stoves, aft sizes and
patterns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
ftist-c'ass r'oundries.
His est jnsivn facilities and practical workmen, war
taut bnu in r-'Ciivinj the largest contracts on the
m ct rejsonahlp terms.
ilT Jrain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
castinirs.
Vi9 This establishnirmt is lca.ed near the Lackawa
na A Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
PETER DILLMYER.
Uloomsbarg, Sept. 12. ISC3.
A in crican Hotel,
CHESTaUT street,
Opposite old Independence Hall,
PHILADELPHIA.
S. M. IIEULINGS,
Proprietor.
Wm. II. ITeulings, Clerk.
Kay 27. Mi.- 12m
JOHN C. YE AGE R & Co.,
MAN! FACTUHER fc WHOLESALE DEALER IN
G&HATS; CAPS,
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, '
No. 257 North Third Street, PhilaM.
Nov V, ISG2
MEXICO! MEXICO!
SSO.OOO.OOO LO.i?S
OF Tl C "
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twenty-year Covpm Bonds in Sums
of $50, $100, $500, and $1,000.
Interest Sevn Per Tent., Payable in
The Cily of New Yrk.
Principal and nt"rest Payable in GOLD. 310 flOl).
000 to be soli) at Sixty Cents on the D-.l'ar in U. S.
Currency, thus yiclilmz an interest of Twa Ive per
eent. in Gold, or Seventeen per cent, in Currency, at
the present rate of premium on prold.
The firet year's interest already provided.
The most Desirable Inves'ment ever OJfcrel.
Immense tracts of Mini'g and Africultural lands ;
sixty per et-nt of port dues, i uposts add tuxes, iu
the ft.ites ot T.iniHnlipas and San Lui Totoni ; nnd
Ihe pli.'h:ed Oiith of th.j said Ptaie-i and the Genejal
Goveriimeiit are all pledged f.)r the redemption o(
these IinndsanJ payment of inte. est .
TIic Security is Ample.
$10 In U. 8. Currency will buy a 7 per cent Gold
llontl of g U.
$'iil in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per cent. Gold
Bond of J lli(t.
SiiU in U. t; Currency wil I buy a 7 per cent Gold
Oond of .vhi.
duo in U.S. Currency will buy u7 pfr cent. Gold
nond of gloiio.
Let every lover of Republican Institutions buy at
least one
oxi: iso.d.
Circulars forwarded and subscription reonvad by
JOHN V. COR LI Ed A Co,
and J. N. TIEFT. I'inamial Apfiit
of the R"puMic Jnf M.iaico. 57. limail wa , New York
IT7 .Suhscriiitiin also received by II. inks and
Hanker generally tbrougli.iut the United tjutys.
Nov. t, lrtjj.
JYcw Stock of Clothing.
Spring .nid .utn:sier dioods.
INVITF.9 attention to his t tr-k of cheap and fash
ionable Clothing at his Store, on
MJ1IN STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
two doors above the Jimirican House,
where he has Jut received from New York and
i'hi ludclphia, a lull assortment of
ITlcii ant! 35oy's C'lolliiu,
includin? th-? mot fi-sbionable. durable and hnnd
some, DKi:?.-? (JOUDS, consistiitg of
Hox, Sack, Erorkf Gum and Oil Cloth
Coafs, and Pnnt
of all sorts. fize. and colors. lie also his replen
ished his a lie. uly large tock of Kail and Winter
Shawls; striped, figured and plain VpbI. shirt.
crr.vats. ftocks. collars, hamikcrcliiefs, gloves, sus-
penners n nil lunry articles.
N. H. He tins cons-tan! ly on hand a lane and well
selected nssiirtmnt of Cloths an I Veslmtrs. winch
lie is pr--ar-d to make up to order, into any kind of
clothing on very sli-irt notice ami iu the bent of in in
ner. All his clolhinjr is made to wear and most of it is
of home iiiiiniif tcture.
3
AND
Of every Description. Fir. and Chap. His Cits'! of
Jewelry is not snrpafsed in this place. Call and ex
amine his i;eui-ral Uf.ortiiiciil of Clothing, Watches,
Jewelry, Slc. Lc
DAYID LO WEN BURG.
Bloomsburg, April 20. PC3.
$25.
THE
$25.
Union Business College
HANDEL AND HAYDN HALL,
Eighth and Spring Garden SUetts.
PI! IL ADELHI LV.
THOMAS MAY TIERCE, A. M.
President and Consulting Accountant.
:o:
Exlriordinary Inducements !
NOVEL & PF.RM NENT ARRANGEMENT OF
lSUSiNErid COLLEGE TEIIMS,
Trom April 1 to October 1, 18f5,
AND SUCCEEDING YEAB.9.
LIFE SCHOLARSIIirs. incla linj Bookkecpina, Pu
sinegs Correspondence. Forms and Custom. Com
mercial Arithmetic. Hnsmess Funmanship, Detect
ing .ounier:eii. Jioney, az commercial Law,
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS,
SCHOLARSHIPS, inrludin; same subjects as above.
lime minion to tnre inunili-i,
TWENTY DOLLARS,
t'cnmansliip, three months, - g7
renmaiir.ip c Arithmc-nc, three months - SU
i ne savme oi coat and eas in the summer months
is an advantage of such importance as enaS'usthft
iii,i;i.iL"iii-iit of this Cnllr;e to make a considerable
rt-ilubiioii in the tummcr rates.
From October 1, 1CCS, to April 1. IC67,
Acd succeeding years, as before.
Lifi Scholarships - 15
Sclnii.ir fIii 1 months. - - - - - .
I enmnnsliip. 3 moiitlic. ... . t;(i
l'enmnnhip and Arithmetic, 3 months, - gl-J
r'l'icc:!. Jm.Ms oa Cubs. Hci.rirm, sr roa tub
t ,, . n.
ansa ur .11 isi rts o ii:hiii:f..
DAY AND EVENII(, 1NSTSUC
TION FOli BOTH SEXES
AND ALL AGES,
in Partkin?. Flort kernin;, Kookkeopine. Prnmnn
ship. IVn Prawiug. I houor rapliy . Arithinctic. Men
suration, Algebra. Geometry . Anjlj twal Gooim-try,
The t'ali-uliis. NaviKnliun, tSiirveyms. Engineering.
Gauzinr, Mi in 111;. 'Alcchauirul Drawing, Coiiim.-rii.-Il
Law, (I'.rnian, Telesratihinx. and the Eii'.-ImIi
llranrhea. a', moi'eratu prices.
Endrr?ed by the pul, lie -n the most succesfiil B11-sinr-s.
Collrae ol the country, as is evidenced by the
fact, tli it
Four Hundred and Two Students
have entered in th?
First fix Months or its ExisTiscif,
rrinrrpaU of rfpurtmcnU.
THOMAS M Y I'lEKCr, A.M .
GEORGE B. SNYDER. R. s RAT.NF.S
C. N. FAKR. Jr.. J T. KEVNOLD3,
UENKY KEIM. A E. R01; KR.-t 1 V, A. M
Srnppoited by an able Crps of As iittnts.
,C.K
Call or stud fur a Caiol.Ciie, Cn!lpe C-jrrcncy, and
Fierce's Practical educator. '
OfficeSSI lYortli Ei-hl!i St
FIIILAKKI.PHIA.
THOMAS M. I'HUCE.
April I. l?r,G. 3m.
VJESTIiK fi2() 2
Nos. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Courtlandt Strec
NEAR HROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY
This old-established and favorite resort of the llu
pini'si Comiuunity has been recently refilled, and is
con plrte in everything that can minister to the com
forts of its patrons Ladies and families are specially
ard carffully provided for.
It is centrally located in the bitMness part of theci ty
and is contiguous 10 the principal lines cf 8lJambi.ls
cars, omniliiisses fi.-rries, i.c.
I hp ifUV- is amply tuppm-d with all the luxuries cf
the season, and is e pial to that of any other hotel in
kin country.
Ample accommodations are cflered for upward ol
I;i euc-ts.
Cv" Do not believe mnners, niickmen, and others
vli. may say "the Western Hofl i. full."
J). 1). WINCHESTER. Troprieti r.
THOS. D. WINCHESTER.
Feh. 13. 18ti j..
I!icc ol' I he reacc,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
Survey nr.
Office Bearer Valley, Pa.
Will attend to taking Acknowledgements. Write
De.?ds, Mortgages. Lenses. Itonds. Notes, Agree
ments, See. Sorveying attended to with despatch.
Ch irges moderate.
TO-FARMEflS,
PHILLIPS SUPER PHOSPHATE LIME.Seymotira'
Patent Grain and I'hnrphate Drill, Kurnetia Re
volving Hay Kakea and Hand Kaked f"r sale by
, - 1'AXTONfc HARMON,
' ' Rnperi, Pa,
We claim for Philips Paper Phosphate that it con.
taina lens moisture ,is more uniform in quality, con
tains mote agricultural value, than any other in the
market, and introduce the article to farmers in gen
eral as a Maple and standard aitirle jnten ding to
make it a permanent tr.idu,
PAXTON & HARMON'.
April 4. lfC(t 3m
V; EvO U T Z'S
EoTsa ana Cattle Powders.
This preparation,
long and favorably,
knosra, will thor
oughly reinrigorato
brnkpn-dnwn nnit
low-spirited horses----3
by strengthecing
fend cleansing-, tho
stomach, aud intes
tines. ' It is arsure pre. '
1 ventive of all dUv
rn 1 ne mem. to
this animal, such U LUNG FEYEB, GLANEEP.3 .'
V t T a-a ur Itfi "
x ij K D U IT Vt A
TKK, HEAVES,
1 lii r r,, t,
VER3,F(UXDER "L0S3 OP APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, ic. Its
use improves the
wind, increases
the appetite-gives
a smooth and
glossy skin and
transform. 1.
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking aDd spirited
burse.
To Ireeners of Cnws thi. nMntn ft t i..1nVT.
1 r.- vm.vu luiaiuiiuim
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
oi tne mtiic. it liae
been proven by ao
tual experiment to
Increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives tl.era
an appetite, loosens
their " hide, nnd
makes them thrive'
much fester.
In all diseases of 8-srIne, such aa Coughs, Ulcerf la
the Luns, Liver,
tic, tins article
acts as a specific.
Dy putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
above disease
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or S Pipers for tl.
a PREPARED ST
S. A.. ITOTJT55 Ac XJ1TO.,
AT THEIR
WnOLESUE DIII 0 AKD MFDIfTXE DEPOT.
No. 116 Franklin St, Baltimore, Td.
For Sale by DrngsrisU and Storekeeper! through
rat the United State.
C7" For rale at the Druf Ftore of
EYER f MOI ER,
Blooburg r.
Eloonjsbtirg. Jan. 6. IHCfi. 12 mo.
iEW l'OU 18GG.
The Great Invention of the Age in
HOOP SKIRTS.
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX ELLIPTIC
(or double) IsPIUNQ t-KlUP.
TH13 IWF.XTION consists of Duplex (or twol E-
liptic Pure Kenned Steel Springs, ingeniously Braided
I ijilitly and Mrmly to;ether, ease to edge, making
the Toucherl, most Flexible, Elastic and durab e
Spring ever used, 'j'hey seldom bend or break, like
the r-meie r-prmss anil consequently preserve their
perfect nod l.cniitiful shape more than twice as long
aa any ile Spring Skirt that ever Ilaa orCau be
made.
THE wonderful flaxllnlity and great comfort and
pli-aftue to any Lady weariua the D.ipl;i Eliptii Hkirt
will be experienced particularly in all crowded As
scmlilies. Operas, Carrinecs. Railroad Cars. Church,
I'ews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress,
as the SWnt can he folded w hen in tie to oceupy a
small place as easily and conveniently as a Silk or
Muslin Dress,
A Lady having Enjoyed tbe Pleasure, Comfort and
Greut Convenience of wearing tbe Duplex Ellipse
Steel Fprine Skirt for a single day will Never afn-r-wariis
willinsly dispense with their use. ForChil
dreii. Misses and Voting Ladies they are superior to
all others.
THE HOOPS are covered with ply double twisted
thicad and ill wear twice as long as the Single jarn
covrin:; which is used on all Single Steel Hoop Skirts.
The ihiee bottom rods on every Skirt are also Double
Steel. and twice or double covered to prevent ine cov
ering from w aring oil the rods when dragging down
stairs, stone steps, etc., etc., which they are co'istant
ly suliji-f t wh-u in use.
All are made pf th? new and elegant Corded Tap?,
and are the best quality in every part, giving to the
wearer the mo-.l graceful and perfect shape, possible,
aud are unquestionably the lightest, most desirable,
coiiilVirtniile and economical Skirt ever made.
WEST'S IWIADLEY CARY. I'KOPKtbTOBd of
the Invention, and SfLE M AN U KACTCR EK.-4. K7
CliAMUEUa, and 73 St fcl EE&DE STttbETiS, New
Yoik. l'ua SALE in ell first-class Stoiea in this City, and
throuy hoi't the United States and Caanada. Havana do
Cuba, Mexieo, South America, and tbeVVest Indies. -
CT" Inquire fur the Duplex Elliptic (or doable)
Spring Skirt.
March il, ICC 3m, A at C. . -
MY HAPPY HOME.
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
Wild Cherry Bitters
Are perfectly pure and contain no poison or not
i'nis substance. Tliey are cuiapoindf-d npon scteu
titic principles, and -are adapted to the old and the
V ouns. tbe Strong and the Weak, and are deitined
to bo fouud in every city, rwn and hamlet in tbe
civiliKc-d world. They speedily euro
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, all form of In-
digestion. Sour Stomach, Rheuma
tism, Scro'iJa, and afl
.IMPUIUT1ES OF THE BLOOD,
Dropy, Nervous AlTec'.ions. Kidney Diseases, Liv
er Complaints. General rrotration,and Ner
voiis Headache.
A i a Morning Apetiz-r noolherTonir or Ptima
Inm in tbeuiiivcTke cau equal them. For disorder
ed dlgektion. imperfect circulation of the blood, and
exhiiuKted vital energy tliey give permanent apd
prompt reliirf
Fr Couuhs and Colds they aie auperior to any
Cherry Pectoral. They cleanse the stomach and
purify the blood, artiur direitly npon the Liver, tbe
great vent of disease ; they aoou restore it to a sound
and hciillhr state.
To pertains i f Sedentary habits, delicate Females
and nursing Mothers, and those who feel a loss of
str nstli. or a want of ambition, these bitters will
be fsund of incali ulable vultie. One tiial will can
viuce -ou .
Manufactured and sold by
T. B, SLlXCEItLAND -CO..
It? Chrysiie St. N, Y.
and sold by all Druggists and Merchants genera. ly.
D. V, BOHKINS, Agent.
Dloonihburz, Pa.
March 23, K-C',-3m
ISC'G rhtladelpliia & Erie
1866
f?T7 I"" nTrz t
This great line traverses the Northern and North-,
west counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on
Lake Eric.
It has been leaycd by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and is operated by them.
TIME or VAitM.nas.rn). TXA1SS AT HORTHCHIEKLaXB.
LKML LAST H AHD.
Erie Wail Train. II 23 P. M. -
Erie Express Train, 3 45 A M
LlmiraMail Train. 10 25 a ft
LEWEWESTiFAKD.
Erie Mail Train. 5 00 A AT
Erie Express train, 7 14 P M '
Kiiiura Mail Train, 4 33PM
pysviip-rs Cars run through on the Erie Mail and
Express Trains without chinos both waya between!
Philadelphia and Erie.
NEW YORK CON.NECTION.
Leave New York atu.Ui) P.M.airive at Erie 9. 15 A.MF
Lmvo F.ne at 1.55 P.M. arrive at New York3.4o I'M
Elegant Sleepine Cars on alt Night Trains.
For information respecting Passenger business, af
ply at the Cor. 30th and Market Sts. Philadelphia
And for Freight business of the Company's Aeents.
S. li. Kingston. Jr., Cor.l3tb and Market Sis., Pliil a
J. tV. Uoynolds, Erie.
William rtrown, Agent Ti. C. R: R., Bnltimore.'
II. II. Houston. Gen'l. Freight Art , t'hiladelpbfr
H. VV. C winner. Gt-n'l. Ticket Agt. Philadelphia;
A. L. TYLER. Gen'l. Sup't. Williamsport.
Mnrch 21. ISiMi.
MANHOOD :
iJ HOW LOST, nOW UESTOnEty
Ju- published, a new edition of PR. CULVER-'
YELL'S Cc-li-hr-'ttcd Essay on the raoicai. coaf'
f without meiliriii ) of S-pfcRMATORRHosA, or seminal
Weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, I at potency
Mental and Physical Incapacity, impedimenta to
Marriage, etc. ; also. Consumption, tnLtrsi, amf
Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extrava
gance, OT?" Trice, in a seated, envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in thia admirable essaf
clearly demonstrate, from a thirty year' eueeeaa-'
ful practice, that the alarming consequences of self
anuse may m- ruuii aiijr curcu nunuui me uanger.
ois use ot internal medicine or the application of
the knife pointing nut a mode of cure at once aim'
pie, certain, and effectual, by means f wbicb every
uflerer, no matter what bia condition may be, may
rnu himnflf rheanlv. tirivatel. and radirallv
O This Lecture should be in ihe bands of every
vnnin ina f vliv iioin iu l 1 1 innn.
St iit, under ii ul. in a plain envelope, to any ad
postage stamps. Address the publishers.
I'll A it. J. C. KLINE St CO.
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Marc b 14. Ir-t 1. - . ..
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