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I got a letter to-dzy from the agent of tie
4 13ot Tr:r-? Flour, " He does not like what
t i : M-tr;! to the value of the article as
a fertilizer. I ehouli really be very sorry if
anything I may have said ehould discourage
the'uoe of artificial manures. I had no such
intention or desire. On the contrary, I -would
do all that I could to favor their general in
troduction. To me farming would be stripped
cf one of its pleasures if I could not get arti
tlScial manures. . I have used them more or
Ies3 for over twenty years, and fully appreci
ate their value. I know also the difficulty of
manufacturing a good manure, and selling
it at a price that fanners can afford to use it.
I would encourage all honest efforts' in this
direction. I would pay more, and would
advise other farmers to pay more than the
mantirss are actually worth for a year or two,
in order to encourage their manufactory un
til the business gets thoroughly established.
I would Ehow no mercy to humbugs, but
would extend the right hand of fellowship to
all intelligent and honest manufacturers.
They should understand what farmers want,
and then devote their energies to supply it
at the lowest cost , What wc want in an ar
tificial manure is ammonia and phosphates)
and the more immediately available these
are, the better. The reason why we need
these two ingredients more than any others
is this: The main difference between good
and poor barn-yard manure is that the for
mer contains more ammonia and phosphates
than the latter. . I will not say that it would
not.be cheaper to make richer manure by
feeding the animals more grain, rather than
to buy ammonia and phosphates. That is
now what I am talking about My barn-yard
manure is not as rich as it ought to be, and
this ha3 been tho case on my farm, for many
years, and the quickest way I can make it
rich 13 to use artificial manures that will sup
ply the deficiency.
HOW TO TREAT BUTCHERS.
But I cannot stop to talk much now. The
weather is charming and everything presses.
I often think of a story John Johnson once
told me. He had some fat cattle to sell. A
butcher called to look at them. Mr. J. was
plowing in the summer fallow. The day was
intensely hot and the butcher was warmly
clad. , Mr. J. told him where he could find
thecattle. - After looking at them, he return
ed. "What do you ask for them ?" Mr. J.
named the price. "It is too much. Beef
is down in New York, and the West is full of
cattle." "I can't stop to talk now," iaid Mr.
J., "so if you have anything to say walk
along." The ground was soft and mellow,
and the butcher managed to go onebout round
the large field. When Mr. J. got back to
the road he turned in again and started his
horses. "For pity's sake, Johnson, stop,"
said the butcher, "I'll take 'em." If fanners
Would serve all their callers in this way, they
would soon be rid of them. It is very annoy
ing when you are busy to be stopped by a
gossipping acquaintance who merely wants
to talk.' .
-. AccnLicr. The want, of accuracy I fear
is rather an agricultural characteristic. "My
Cows give ten lbs. of butter a week," said a
neighbor the other day. "That is capital,"
I said, "but do you weigh the butter?'' Af
ter a little hesitation he confessed thathe
did not, but felt cure from the size of the roll
that there was at least as much as he eaid.
He is a good farmer, and takes much pains
with his cows, and it is not improbable that
he gets the amount of butter he says, but it
is a loose way of reckoning. It is a pretty
good diary that averages 6 lbs. of butter a
week from a cow. Of course it ought to be
more, and easily might be, but in how many
dairies is it so ?
---Tomato Sorp 'a la Otstehs. To one
quart of canned tomatoes, or others which
have been boiled about 15 minutes, add 2
quarts water and boil 15 minutes more ; then
drop in carefully, a little at a time, enough
pulverized saleratus or soda to neutralize the
acidity, which youmayknoWby its ceasing
to foam usually about an even teaspoonful
to a quart Then add one quart of rich milk,
fcix or eight crackers pounded finely ; butter,
ealt, and pepperas for oysters ; let it boil "up
and serve immediately. It strongly remind.-
one of oysters, and is very nice for sick per
sons as well a3 highly palatable for well
"We need smaller farms." Perhapr so,
but I am not sure on that point It must be
confessed, however, that as a general rule,
email farms are best cultivated. More labor
is expended on a given area, and it is a more
intelligent labor. On a large farm, as a gen
eral ruld, either little labor is employed, or
it i3 not efficient from want of proper puper
vision. The tendency, however, is to larger
farms, and to the employment of more ma
chinery. This will necessitate a more intel
: ligent class of farm laborers, and also a more
intelligent class of farmers. ',''.
" For. Red A"T3.T-John II. Ferguson, of
Rensselaer Co., N.Y., writes, that he has
thoroughly cleared aa old house of this pest
Jtwice, within the past 15 years, thus: "Grease
a plate with hog's lard, and set it where the
ants are troublesome ; they will desert the su-
' gar bowl for the lard,. Place a few sticks
around the plate for the ants to climb up on
OccasiosaHy turn the plate "bottom tip over
a fire, where there is no smoke, and the ants
will drop off into the fire. Reset the plate
and in a few repetitions you . will catch all
the ants. They trouble nothing else while
lard is accessible. .
Good Home-made Yeast. The foUowin g
13 In general use in the community where I
reside : Boil a handfulof hopsin two quarts
cf water about 20 minutes. Pare and grate
three good sized potatoes. Add 2 table
Epoonfulaf wheat flour, 1 do. of sugar, 1 do.
cf salt j strain the hop water hot into this
mixture, stirring well together;: then boil
aVcjf. five minutes. Set away to oool to milk
warmth, then add a cup of yeat, jud keep in
t irrnhce tnfil l'ht and foaaunj. Put
rpHE PERUVIAN SYRUP rTT
X : . X3 A PROTECTED EOLtJTION5 OF TEC
Protoxide oi Iron, ! ' J
& oew discovery in' medicine which
STRIKES AT THE BOOT OF DISEASE, BY '
applying the Blood with it vital riiKcmi, oi
LITER SLUSBHT IR'JN.
This is til 9 secret of the wonderful success of this
-, remedy in curing
Dyspepsia, Liver Oompltint, Dropsy,
Cbronio DiarrLoet, Boil, Nervous
; Afftj'ions, Chills and Fever?,
Humors. Loss of Consti
tutional vignr, Diea'es
of he Kidneys &
' Bladder, Female
and all diseases originating in
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
or accompanied by IKbllity or a low state of the
Being free from Alcohol in any form, is energla
ing eflV'Cis are not followed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent,!', fusing strength, vigor anj
New Life inte sll parts of the sy strut, and buiiding
up in IKON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA. AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon 8COTT. D. D.
DcnHAif-Canada East, March 34, ISti.
. "lain an inveterate Dyspeptic of More
than S3 years" standing.
"I have so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks during wbich I have used the Pe
ruvian d frup.that I can scarcely persuade ruyselfof
the reality. People wfco aavtt known me are aston
ished at the chang. I am widely known aol can
but recommend to others that which bat doae so
touch for nie "
A CASE OF 37 YE RS' STANDING CURED.
From IVSLEY JEWETP, No W Avon Hace .Boston
"1 hnv-3 soflered. and sometimes severely, for 27
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced taking the Pe
ruvian Syrup, and found immediate benefit from it.
In tbe course of three or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my sufferings, and have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since "
AN EMINENT DiVIXE OF BOSTON, PAYS:
"1 have been using the Peruvian Syrup for some
lime past; it gives me nw Vigor. Buoyancy ofspir
it. Elasticity of Muscle."
TkomJandj kara Ittn changed by lie use cf IkU remedy
from tceak, $trktg,rvj'cring crtaturcs. re Urang.kealthy;
and k.ippw men and rows; and invalid cannot Mium
i'g kteilate to girt H a trial,
A pamphlet of 32 pases containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of lite niol
eminent physicians, clergymen, aud others, will be
sent rRca tnauy address.
IT?" Sec that each bottlehas Pekcvix Etrcp blown
in the glass.
FOIl SALE BY
I. T. BINSM'K5. Proprietor, 3 Dev St.New York
HOLD UY ALL. UKlGGtSfd.
An STediral Men ajrree thatlODING is lbs BEdT
REMEDY fr Scrofula and all kindred ilisrasi a ever
di-tenvcrud. The difficulty has been to obtain a Piac
SncnTiosJ of it.
13 f. II. Anders' Iodine Water
it Pure Solution cf Iodine. WITHOUT A SOL
VENT! t Containing a Full Grain to each ounce of
A cost Powerful Vitaliz:rg Agent and
a a cured and win cure SCROFULA in a!t its mani
CI.CER3. CANCERS. SYIMI I LI3.SAI.T RHEUM;
and it bus been used with astonishing s'irres irt ci
ses of Uheiiuiatlsm. Hvspep-iaf Consumption. Female
Complaints, Heart, Liver and Ki.friey lue !. fc c.
Circulars will be sent risa to auy oue sentfiu; their
Price H.( C a toUle, or 6 for t o.M
Trepered bv lr H. AXDEBd. Physician A. Chemist
J. P. DISMORE. 26 Dev St. New Y
A ad by all Cruggirt
7 ISTAK'S BALSAM OF
UAS BEEN USED FOB NEARLY
HALF A CEXTUi:Yf
with the most astouibin; success in c uring
Cougbs, Colds, Hoarseues, Sore Tbroat
IlAjsdzi, Whooping coogb, Croup,
Liver complaint, BroDchilii,L'iffi.
cullv of Breathirj":, AslLrua,
ad ovar y affec
THE THROATLUA'US $ CUES7.
telticli esrries off" more vfrti:n thnn anv ethr dis
ease and which bntfl stke rkill of ths Fhysieians to
a greater exfnt than any ether r.mla,ty. often
YIBLDt TOTMIH KBJltUY
when all others prove ineffectual.
AS A .MEDICINE
Rapid in Relief, soothing in Effjct, safe in its Oper
ation, IT IS 'UNSURPASSED !
while as a preparation.free from noxious 'nfreilinent
poinuns. or minerals rinlting skill, srirn e.ai: l ineili
cal knowledge ; cimbinin; all thnt is valuable in tlis
vegetable kingdom for tuis class of Jura'p , it is
and is entitled, merits, and receives the general con
fldonce of the p'tlilic,
SEYMOUR TnATCIIER, M. D.,
nf liermsn. N. Y- write a follows : -"Wistar's
Bii.S'M or Wtt.o Ohcrrt cive universal
satisfaction. It seems to cireaiougli ty ninj
and cli aning the lungs. and aliayins irrit;yiin thus
removing the cause, i:ist-ad of drying U ine cnuch
and leaving th cause beliinJ. I consider the iTalsnm
ait go das any, if mt the best, Cougli me.iciue with
which 1 am acquainted."
llev. Jacob Sechlf.r, of Ilanovpr. Pa
Well known and much respectad among the German
pnpulatio.1 this ronntry. makes the following state
ment (or the benefit nf the afflicted,
DksK j'ifs Having realized in my family impor
tant benefits from the uso of your valuable prepara
tion AVisTas Balsam or Wild Cnenav it allords me
pleasure to recommend it to tho puldie. ome eight
years ago one of my daughter see. oed to be in a de
cline ain little hopes of her recovery were entertain
ed I then procured a bottle of yovr exrelicnr Balsam,
and before she had takn the whole of the contents of
the buttle there was a great improvement in her
health. I twve.in toy individual e.i.-e made frequent
nse nf your valuable medicine, and have always been
benefitted by it.
J ACOB FECIILER.
Trice One Dollar a bottle.
FOR SALE BY
J. l DINSMOKE.7S Dry Street. New York
SETil VV FOWL.E. t tON, Prprietor Boston.
AND ST ALL Skene STS.
" Celebrated Salve
. CI'PES CUT3, BURNS, SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salre
CURES WOUND3.BRL'I?E3, EPRAIN3,
Grace's Cclebraletl b'alve
CURES COILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
Grace9 Celebrated salvc
CURES SALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELA3.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CKRES CHAPPED HANDS. CHILBLAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salva
"HEALS OLD PORES, FRESH VVOUNDS.ftc.
It is prompt in action, removes pain at onec. and re
duces the mest anerv-lonkine sweilines and im.1i
matlons. as if by magic thus affordimg relief and a
Ouly 23 eents a hnx I (Sent by ma H for 35 cents,)
For Sale by
J. P. niVSMORE 36 Dev Street, ew Tork.
S. w. FOWE Jc x. Proprieto.s.Boston, and by all
Drupeits, Grocers, and Country stores,
'annary ST. Ihutt ly.
ZjIQTJOSsS i LIQTJas i
Iiocft.ile mid Kct.iil.
'pHE subscriber would annnuneeto
J Bloomsburg and vicinity, that
LIQUOKS n laree and small quanti
ties, and at different prices, at kis
new store, on .Main street, north side
torn triors south of Iron sf reel, ttlnnm .
he is selling
bnrg. His slock of Foreign and DJ-
consists of Cngnae and Rochel e. Blackberry. Gin
gr. Raspberry and Lavender. He has a large ass
ssr Da a S3 Es. as S7
Old Rye, gray with -. fine Old Coarbon. old T lks
VVjiiskey. and any quantity of coarroon. He also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras. Lisbon. Claret. Sherry and Canpafme
vvinea ; and last bat ot least, a quanti ty of sood
doiib eexir bROi. fi BTOUT;aUot which ho v. ill
sell at the lowest cash prices. The public ore re -tpectfully
solicited to give his liquor a trial.
. D. W, ROCHJNS. Agent-
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY.
Bounties, Back-par, Petitions, -c,
fpecisl etetiwi p,h to raeUtrs arriring oadcr
the it(emai Kevenua Laws. .
r.tr,. f ... e ... . r- .... rr
In In ii Turn
! J. EVANS'.
Ntwly opposite the Episcopal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
1 Y stock is composed tt fine ctoth'ny, medium
i I aad low priced adapted to ail conditions,
tastes and wants. He tas the latest styles for the
season a Que assortment of
Overcoats and Gentlemen's Shaw's,
from low to tba very bait -. '
His Goods are t athionnble and welt M.tde.
In addition to my stock of ready-mada elotaing X
have piece goods for cuutnni orders,
J16ih, Casiiiicrc$, &c., Xe.
And having one of the 8rst class cutters. I guaran'
te a fit in all eases and give satisfacli i n. Also a
WOOLEN A1VD LI.EX SIilUIS,
Stockings, Neektie. Collars. Stocks, Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's line of clothing.
Also, Hats, boots and Shoes', Trunks and Carpet
1 will sell at the loweut Market prices. Please give
me a call before purcbating elsewhere.
AXOltfciVV J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg, Nov. 12, J8C5.
Catairisma Kail Rontl.-Ou
and after MONDAY, A pril 9. lfM)5. passenger
trains on the (atawiga Kailread will run at the fol
lowing named hmrs ;
Mail bon'b statiors. Mail North.
liet. rl.4j a m Willi.nnspurt Arr. blip.in.
" ! 7 " Muncy Hep. 5 -lj "
" 0M Walsoutown S Itt
l".0lt " MtUon 5 01
lu43, Dai villa 4 )J.
11.00" Rupert 410
" II. Ml" Cal.iwlg ' 350 .
14 I8p m Ringlown " "
12 .Id f 11 111 111 it 13.5
' 10 " auukske " 1 4
" 12U " !: .M.ihaiioy June. - i.-M
" 2.13 " Dine Tam.iqua. Dine " 1 10
4 Rending I04:)M
irr 7.IW I'liilaileiphia e.OO "
M i ing or Maucb Chunk. 001
No change of cars between Will jn.nsnort and Phil
adelphia. GEO. W. WtXii. tfapt,
April Id, 1PC0
A LECTniE TO YOHG 3IE..
r ju.-i puiiii.Hiieii. in a sealed enve
" loue. Price G cents. A lecture on the
usiuir. trvaLiiieni biiu rami a cure 01
Pperuiatorlioca, or Hemuial Weaknnss
tnvo'untary Emissions, sexual D -btlity and Imped
iHients to Marriage generally. Nervouoe.-s. Con
sumption. Epilepsy, and FiU ; Vleiilal and Physical
Incapacity, resulting from tclf AVisfl. sic. By Hob
ert J. CulverweU, M, I-. author of th 1 'U reen Boe-k,'
&The world renowned ittthor. in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from hi own experience, that
the awful consequences of Ssll-Abuse may be etl'.ct
iially removed without MeUirine. and without dan
gerous surrical operations, bougies, instruments,
rints.or cordials, minting out a mode of rureat
once certain and etfottual, by which tvery suirerer.
no matter hat his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately and radically. This Lec
ture wil I prove a boon to thousands. Sent under
seal to any address, in a plain envelope, n receipt
ot sis cents or two postage rtampa. Also Dr. Cul
verwell s Marriage Ourle, price Sa cent-. Address,
I'HAji. 3 C. KLINE fc Ct .
l-.'T Pcwery, Ne w V oik, V. O. box 43.-6.
April 13. I-OS. ly Tuas t Co.
N E Cor. Tenth md Cbotcu Streets.
The most complete and thoronslily appointed Eusi
nessor Commercial College in the country.
Th only one in the city posessine a legislative
Chatter, and t!ie only one in the United states author
ized to confer Desrees of Mi rit Diaplomas awarded
to graduates in the Commercial Course under itscor
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted hy peiitlemcn nf rberaf edncalion and
eilenive experience in business, and affording un
r;.:illei! advantages for tbe thoroawn theoretical and
piaclical eilncation of yoiins men tor the various du
ties and employment of business lif.
TIIEOKV AN LI PUACl l:B COMBINED
by a of syeiu
A'I'L'AL BC?1E.-S TR AIN1NO
oriiinal and pie v.niiieiit y prar.ticnl c vins the sfJ
dent in the Ilortet time a coaip Ict lPihl into the
science of accounts, arrayed an. I published by the
proprietor 'f lti lilttuti'ii eX' Ki.ively for his own
use.eaving onc-lialf tue (T-linary tabor r-f the stmlent
andrivinr I'iui a complete Knowledge of tht practice
of Ike het acrountanl4.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
D loketpiDgiCorrmcrcial A rit h inetic, Pen
manslip, Uuines8 Crrrerpondecce,
Commercial Law, Lectures on
Business Affairs, ComDjer
ciai I'Q't'.ims, Forms,
and Actual Bui
Hlgtbr end the Higket JUathematie, Pkanographf, Or
namcmtal Peimaitli,a. th Jin 0 Jjrtrcttng
Countrrfeil Money, l-.ngineeung A'ur
vejimsr. A'arigaliJn and
The arrancemenls for Ti tTraphinf are f.ir more al
vance of anything of the kind ever oft- red to the pub
lie. A regular Tele raph Line i connected with t!e
lnj.titn'ion wrh twenty branch nfirtea in various
parts of the ci'y. where public business is transacted,
and in "Inch the student of this Institution are per
mitted to practice. Nu r'g'ilar t'rece prartire ran be
had in anv other school of instruction in tte; couutry.
w ithnut which no one can obtain a position as a prac
tical operator. Younic in -n are cautioned against the
deceptive representations of those who. without any
such facilities, pretend in t arh Telegraphing.
This Institution is now enjoyine the largest pttrnn
tronase ever betowed npin any Commercial sthool iu
tee state. Over fiv luindre. student were in atten
dance the fi l year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. Tbe best da's of students may inva
riably be found here, and all it association are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMOn ATIOXS.
This Institution is located in the most central part
of the city and its ao oiMiiodations. for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unmirpa-seri. All th'
rooms have been filled up in the verv tiect i.iyle with
HUSIVEjjS OKFICES lit CmI'NTIM; HoUSK.-s.
TELKliRAPlI OFFICE. STATIONAtlV aTOKi:.
' A!D A R0'"tK
DANK OF UEPOir AND IS.--IP,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes used
as a circulati ng medium ia the l pertinent of Actual
TO YOU AG MWi
who desire the very b- st facil'ties for a
Traclical !:dnc&lion fur Cosinrss,
we pnaran tee a course of instruction no where elst
equatl'iri, whi'e the reputation and standing of -the
Institution among buintss men make its endorse
ment the best passport to success and advancement.
A.I contemplating entering any Commercial College,
are invited to send for ar I L LC ST It AT E D
CiltCULAK AND CATALOGUE
containing complete inte rior views of the College,
and full particulars cf the course of instruction,
L. FAIRBANKS, A. MM
T. F. yERCHANT, ?npU of Office Business.
Nov. 4. I 18 m.
L I F 1: !5 1: ALT! I S TK G Til.
LIFE HELTI1 STlsKXtTIl.
Hundreds and thousands annually die prematurely
when, if they would give the Great French Remedy,
DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'3
Celebrated Specific Tills,
Prepared by Gakaxcierk U PrroKT, No. 214 R'ie Lom
bard. Paris, from the prescription of Dr. Juan I'ela
marre. Chief Physician of the Hospital dt N'rd ou
Larinoisiere a fair vri il. ia y souls hint inunelia;e
relief, and. ii. a short tunc, he fully restored to Health
and S'renglk It is Used in the practice of many emi
nent Fieili physiciaos.wiih unnorui success. and high
ly recommended as the on;y posuive ud Specific Reme
dy for all persons siitTerif g Ir-'m General or Sexua
Uehihty. all derangements of the Kervoua Forces
Melancholy, peruiaiorrhoea or tiemiml missions, a I
Weakness arising from sexual Ex-Energy. Physical
Prostration, Nervousness, Weak Spine, t Lowne-, of
.-pints, ilimness of Vimoii, Hysterics, Pains in the
Ba k and Limbs, Impoteney, tc
Nu I tnguage can conrey an aequate idea of the im
mediate and almost miraculous change it occasions to
thedetiintited end shattered system In fact.it ktan.ts
unrivalled as an unfailing cure of the maladies above
Suffer no more, but use Tit Great French Remedy ; it
will effert a cure where sll others fail, and although
a powerful remedy, contains nothing hurtful t the
bust delicate constitution
Pamphlets.rontainins fa I patticnlars and directions
for using, in English. French. Spanish and German, ac
company earb box, and also seat free to any address
Price One Dollar per box; Six boxes for Five Dollars
Held by all Druggists throughout tba world ; or will
be sect by snail, securely sealed from all observation,
by inclosing specified prico. to any authorized asents.
BEWJIRK OP CO CM-TEH fEiTS Jt.'JJ IMITATIONS.
Proprietors exclusive Agtata for America, OSCAR 0
JUQ&tS, Mr CO., S7 Courltar i Et. New York,
Authorised Agents for Bloomsbqrg.
f v 9 .viyre,
THE BEST & I HEAI'EST 3IACRE 1
IJ'IN'ELY ground Bones, expressly for Wheat Rye,
Corn. Uurk wheat. Oats, Potatoes, Crass Fruit
Trees, Giape Vines. Vegetables. ie.
Aa most Bone Uust and Fertilizers are larrely
adulterated to satisfy consumers that this article j
strirt'y pure, crb bill of sae is accompanied with a
(ratified statement Ikaf each package of Hone Dust
is entirely free from adulteration. To this fact our
freight agents, car men and workmen cau at all times
F.irmers Will do well to send for o'ir circulars giv
ingfull particulars of this valuable Irrtiliz r. As
our stock is liuiiud. we adviso our custor:ers to or
pa (jked ix n t a s $ da nu el s.
CT7" A Liberal Discount Allowed t Dealers.
A. J HUMI NI'J,
N. B. Persons rsading this advrrti-ement will Ho
b'Mie ealU rers a favor by brni;ii;( Us to their notice,
as we pay the highest pi ice for Hones.
Mareh il. ISoti 3mo.
Spring iiiiil Suiii:i5rr flood'.
THE subscriber has Just rettirnen from the cities
with another lare ant select assortment of
STRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York, at the
lowent figure, and w hich be is ernii ui to sell
on as mo lent lrmi as cau be procured elsew here
Mis ttock comprises
i f the choicest styles and latest fashions together
wuh a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vtstings. Also, Groceries, Hardware, CeJar
Wure, llollow-ware. Nails, Iron,
Hats and Caps, Jfcc. In short, everything usually
kepv in a country .tores, to v hich he invites the at
tention of the pul. lie g"nerally.
The highest price will be paid for country produce
in exchange for goofs.
S. n. MILLER.
Cloomshnrg. Nov. ?2 IPfij.
I'A PIT A L AND Slum's, - - $150,
Stock not called in, . -Bills
U. .5 0 Bond.
Temporary and call loans.
103 share Wioming liunk Stork,
M thares First National Bank st Wilfcs.riarre,
7t shares d'Voud alioual I'ai.k at ilKes Uarre 7
40 shares V tiJiPs-Uarre Urrlga Sleek, - . sJ
Real Estate. .....
Due troin Agents ami others, ... 7
Cash m hand and in iiank. 1
C. M. Hnn.ENBACK, I.. D. SMor.MAKER.
JOHN REICH Altl. II. M IIUVT,
S VMI'KL V A 1 H A V 3, , . t l.l . i V:t.
CHARLbS DOKRANCE, U'm H ill ij,
R I l.tlUB ( IMRI.K' A MINER,
.Si'E'.VART FIERCE, J M HAKUIV;.
G. .M POl.l.l;.i K. Pre.-idert.
1.. I). SHOEMAKER.' Vies Vrtsl.
K. C. SMITH. gscaTRT.
F. MIOWN. Af-nt.
March 2j, 1"C5 u slmrs. Pa.
THE nndersijned would respectfilly annonnce to
t be citizens nf Bloomsburg, and the public geu-
runy. 111111 i:e is running
an OMNIBUS LINE. b-
" nrii 'III. I I.II.TT n till llf? fill - . 1
ferent Rail Koad Ilenr.ts dat- fTa
y. (Sun 'avs excet,.I) n onmmmimmmmnmnmmnumimm
conneri wuh the sevral Trains goin? Snuth a Went
on the Catawissa and Vil;iamport Rail Koad. and
with th'.e going Aiorth and tSouth on the Lack. fc
His OViNIIIliS-E3 are in rood condition, commo
Jious and comfortable, and charf es reasonable.
C7 Persons wishis to meet or see l-ir friends
depart, ran h acrnmmodated. upon ieasonrhle
charges by leaving timely notice at any cf t be Ho
tels, JACOB L. GIRTON,
Blnomsburg. April 27. ISM.
S2B. HOOP SKIRTS,
ElopLiii's' Own .flake."
MAJtcrACTtfED and Sold
"WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
No. 62t ARCH Street, Philad'a,
The most complete assortment of La lies' Mi,ej
and Children's HOOl' HKIRTt?. in this City ; 50'tten
u-3 expressly to mft the trura of rinT class
Trade ; embracing the newest and most desirable
Styles and l?iz?s of -Gore Trails." of every length
from 2 3 4 to 4 yds. round, M to 5 springs, at 3
to 00. Plain Skirts, all lengths, from i!, to 3 yds
round the bottom at 91 40 to S)l 15,
Our line ofTMissea' and Children's SKIRT?, are
proverbially beyond all competition fnr variety of
styles and sizes -aa well as lor flaisn and durabili
ty ; varying from. 8 lo 31 inches in length, to 42
go'iags at 3. cents to $i 2-. All Skills of "OCR
yV:M WAKE." are VVimttniD to give Satisfaction ;
but Cut iom as urcn. unless thev have, -Hopkin's
hoop Skirt Manufactory, No. 5H Arch Strjet'"
Stamped on ea.h Tab 1
Also constantly on hand, oood Skirt. Mannfac
tufed in New V'ork.a nd the Eastern States, which
wo sell at very 'ow Priro. A lot of chean Skirts
15 prings.es cents; 20 srrn'- I 0t) 33 springs.
$1 15-3) -piings, 81 2 and 40 springs 8-; 5U.
SU" Skirts made to O d r and Repaired.
H r Terms Gash. One 1'rici ijhli I
March 7, lGG. 4mos,
ATTORNEY - AT - IX ,
Office oppofite rit ofce, over Ihrlmnns store
Back Pay, Uountvj Pensio-is end Goc
trnment claim promptly coilec'td. '
Bloomsburg, Apr. 4, 'OS.
Wx. c. BCNszsr,
oeo. w. carpcitsr.
G. XV. CARPENTER, IIEXSZKV & CO.
WHOLES ALU DRUGGISTS.
737 Marcct St. one door below cth, Ppilaorlpria.
DRf'Gf . MEDICINE?. CHEMICALS.
. PAINTS, OlL9rJLAS8, VARNISH Ed, DYE?,
Aad every other article appertaining to tba
btsi-ess. of hrt quality, and It tha
J)R1 MARSHALL'S '
This Bnuffhns thoroughly proved Itself to b. tna
best article known fur curing the (lATiiin, Colo is
Thi H kis and IIsadacrk. It has been found an ex
cellent lemedy in many caces of Bore Kyrs, I)rAf
rks has been removed by it and Hsaro in has often
fceen grenlly improved by il use.
Ills fragrant and ncreeahly. and
GIVtd IMMLUIATC REI.IF.F
To the aril heavy pains caused by diseases of the
Head. The sensation a'tvr Uiin it are delightful uud
invignratiug.il opens and purges out sll obstructions,
strengthens the glunds, and gives a heultby action to
the parts affected.
More than Thirty Years'
Of Sale an J uso of Ua. Marshall's Catarrh and
Hcadacms gnurp. has proved its gr uH value f-r a'l
the common diseases oft he Head. and at this moment
it stands higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the bast physicians,
and i s used with great success and satisfaction eve
rywhere. Raadthe Ccrt'ficates of Wholesale Drug
gists in 1851
The undersigned, having fo- many years been ac
quainted with Dr. Marsuain's CaTabrh and Hkad
a uk Snurr. and sold it in our wholesale trade cheer
fully stale. that wo s elleve it to bv equ.il in every re
spert, to the rer.tinmcnd atioiis given of for the cure
of Catarrhal AfTei turns, and that it ia decidedly the
best article we have ever known for all rominou dis
eases of the Head.
I'-urr 4l I'tjrry. Boston,
Reed . Austin at Co
Hrown. I. unison tc. Co '
Reed, Cutlwr Sc. Cs
Seth W f'owle.
Wilson, r'airbank k. Co.
Henshaw, Kdiuaiids St Co
II H Hay. Portland. Me.
Rarnes Park, New Voik
A t St, P Sands,
Stephen I'a ill at Co
Israel Minor Co
M'Kesson Sc. Robbins "
A L Scovill si Co
VI IVird. I 1im a En
(lush &. Gale,
For Sale bt all Dru:eists.
Feb. 3, Ii0 ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
iJrvan's Pulmonic W.ifers.
CJ-The original Medicine esttblii hed in 1837. and
hrst article oi l lie Riml ever introduced under Hi'-
name of Vclkokic Wifku. in this or any oth-r
rmmlry; all utner t uiiiio itc V ar-rs are counterfeits
The genuine can be known by the name UI1YAN be
ine stamped oti eurh Wafer.
T!o-se Wafers have been before the public fr nearly
Thirty Years. and the immense vale atta ned.net only
in ,uierii.i uui iu lorei.'ii eouutries.liill y attest their
nitrinMr w r'h. The me. ileal propcrti-s are vuiiermr
to any other article offered for t he cure of Tulinofiary
or Bronchial affection .and the quantity contained in
earn oox is nearly double that ot the mauy worthless
imitation u veruseu.
Lcyau s ruIraonJc ITaffrs
enre Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat. H oarseness.Avthna.
t atarrh, I'.rnix lulu. DifScuit Ureathing, Spitting of
i,ii.u l iiininiuieincM i ii ineiu ironsumption and
ail diseases of the lungs. Volail'nriling 0 tly tcmpnrarv
relief, but rSTectiiig a rapid and laKtintf cue and are
warranted lo give F.itist.iction in every instance. -'I'hey
don' t nauseate like aicidioiic comnoun Js. and
the ine.li.al properties aro combined in a form so
acreeahle and pleasant to the taste, that a.iy child
win reauny lane tueIU uue uose will always afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists and Public Speakers, the Wafers are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove the
must : vere occasional hoarseness ; and thejr regular
use for a few days will.at all times. increase the pow
rr and Aexihil'ty of the vojee, grcaily improving its
'one. coo passauu tiearnes. tor winch purpose thy
are regularly used by many professional vocal ists
I he very great cerehrtty t.f this valuable remedy has
im u.vd unprincipled persons to prepare base iihit i-
tions. vt hich disappoint the jut ipeciations of Hit
pur tia-:er, anu injure ine character oftlisgenuiu
See that the word "BRVAV," is stamped on each
Water, and also observe the fae, simile of the signa
ture of the Pioprietor. "JOS MOSKS" on each Mrap
per. to counleieit which is forokrv. 1TJ7" Oifending
oarties will be dealt with lo the full t-Tt,nt n f ih. inu.
Lena's Poimujiic Wafars are for sale by a.l Drug-
JOU MOSF8 Sole"Proprietor,?7 Cortlandt St , X. Y
Feb. 3,16o ly.
" TIIECREAT EXULIS1I IiE3IEl)V.
rSOTCCTED BY ROYALf LETTERS PATE.NT.
STR JAMESCL RK E'S
Celebrated Female Pill3.
Prepared from a prescription nf Sir J.Clarke. .V. .,Phy
aician Hztraordtnaoy to the Queen.
This invaluaMe in.'irine i unfailnii; ia the cure of
all luse piiinfil and ilaugorous diseases lo which the
female constitution isnil.j. ct. It moderate all er
ress and re muves ail uk-Ftriid inn iV'jiu whale ver eaue
and a Keeoy cure may l relied on
iO MA It til El) LADIES,
it is farlicula.-ly suited. It v.i:!. i:i a iiiorl t.u.e, bring
fn tue ii.oni.l.ly peii.el with reeutanty.
J!'..ith bottle, prire One iiollar, bears Hie Government
itaiop of U.e.t Rritain. t prevent couiiteiletts.
Turse rW. sja.'. not 6 taken by Fevtalen daring the
FIIiST TIIRKK M.rHSof Prczaan- 9, they aceture
t) Irx.ig on .Vara) iage.but at any other lime they aretafe
Evety women knows thai the bloom f health must
fide, with the slightest irregularity ur obstruction of
the menses. These Pi.ls are truly the woman's friend
iu the hour of trial, sud th:: only sure, positive and
never failing rure and regulator d Suppression of na
lure from vi ba ever cause t?o mild lii.it thefuetdet
can taktthem with perfect security yet so powerful iu
taeire lects, that liity may be safely called, a ever
f ili ng Regulator.
Iu all cases cf Nervous and Spinal AfT-rtians Pains
in the Rack and Liuili, Fatigues liplit eTeilion.l'al
pilition i f 'tie Heart. Hysterics, and Whites, there
ft I s will eff cl a cure h;n allot her means have fai -rd
; and aithouch a powerful remedy, do not contain
inn. calomel, antiiuuny. or anything huitful to the
Full directions in tue pamphlet around each package
which should be carefully preserved.
SOLD Bt' ALL J)RVOGl$TS.
Sole General Agent for the L imed Stales aud British
J R MOSCS. 27 Cortland Ft., New York.
N. B $1 00 and 6 thee cent postage stauips en
closed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottl.,
containing 60 Pills, by return mail, securely sealed
from a'l observation.
Feb. 3. 'i.o. ly.
HC. II O W E R,
japr-mmm rt, RFPPEl TFCLI.Y otf.-rs his profss
tTvV".v? ional services to the ladies and gentle
tJVyiV men of ,;,-,0,"!'t,"rgar"1 vicinity. He is
- L prepared to attend to all the various
operations in the line of liis prof.-ssion and s provnh d
witht'ie latest improved P')HCt:Lj-lJe Tr'.KTIl; whirl,
w II inserted on gold. platina.sil ver and rubber br e
tolooxw II ai the nnt ii i al terth
Ml icr il plate and block teeth manufactured ar all
o er.- li' ns on tcrth.carefuily and properly altruiW t .
Ileii'eiice and otfire a few doors above the Court
II ni-tc same side,
r.l K-.iisburg. June ft 1-1,1
t'HU IVGtiAfllS I titUHstMnAi H- J I
A XEIV GJLLKHY IX II LOOMS
1 HE tjrtilcrstfnrd takes peBsrue in announcing
M. that ho has opened a Gallery in the large Room
over Hartman 's More, in hloomsburg. Pa., for Pho
tographic and Kindred Ait. He is prepared to take
Pictures f all kinds.
Having procured the service of an experienced
Artist Iroui Ncw York, ha is prepared todoall
kinds of Picture taki-ig.
gj Call and see before going risen herc.
, A. A. HK.MrrfTEAD.
January 31. lCC-3m.
aaUbXv Bl.00 M SIJUUG, C0-
Tv;lumbia co., pa.
J of the above named ev-
tensive establishment, is now
Preuared to receite orders
ill Kinds of Machinery,
for Cotlertes, ftlast Furnaces, Ptalionary Engines.
MILLS, THPBSHIN'U M ACH IN ES. AtC 4.C.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
patterns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
His extensive facilities aqd practical workmen, war-
aiit him in receiving the largest contracts ou the
m t reasonable terms.
7 Crain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
B This establishment is lca.ed near tlie Lackawa
na , Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
KWmshurg, Sept. 12. 1863.
A m crican Hotel,
Opposite old Independence Hall,
S. M. IIEULIN'GS.
Wm. II. Heulixqs, Cltrk.
May 27. liHS5. i2m
JOHN C. YEAGER k Co.,
MAM FACTURER A. 7IIULLjJALE DEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
-o ' Xr rJ HJT btj: e.r t PTHM
MEXICO ! MEXICO !
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twenty-year Coipn Bonds in Sums
of $50, $100, $500, and SLOOO.
Interest Sevn Per Tent., Payable In
ine tiiy or Aew Yjrk.
Trlncipal ahd lnt"rest Payable in GOLD. $IOt0(i
WO to be soli! al Sixty Cents on the Dollar in U. S
Currency, thus yielding an interest of Tw Ivc per
eent. In Jold. or Heventeen per cent, in Currency, ot
the present rate of premium o:t gold.
Thi first year's intere-t already provided.
The most Desirable Investment ever OJftrel.
Immense Iracts cf Minjrg and Agricultural lands ;
sixty per cent of port dues, i npo.ts add taxes, in
the Htiites of T.itiinnlipas and gati Luis Potosi ; and
the pligh:ed faith of the said Ktate and the Gnoej.-il
t;ovcrniiient are all pledged fur tha redemption of
these Ho nils and payment of iute.est.
The Sccurily is Aiiipic.
810 In U. P. Currency will buy a 7 per cent Gold
Rond ot y 'lU.
9'Kt in tJ. S. Currency will buy a 7 per cent. Gold
Itoinl of Cluu.
tKi in II . H; Currency wil I buy a 7 per cent Gold
Bond of "
liot) in IJ. S. Currency will buy a 7 per cent. Gold
Komi r g iiii u.
Let every lover of Republican Institutions buy at
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions received by
JOHN W. OR LI Emu,
and J. N.TIITT, Fiiiunridl Agent
of th.i Republic .of Mexico', 57. t'-roa-iwat . New York
liV p.iti.cnini in also received by li.inks and
Rnnkers geneiMlly through jut tile Ciiited titles.
Nor. r). trtij.
jYciv Slack of Clothing,
Sju'iiss and .Siisiimcr floods
23 JLVl W2SIS
f NVITKS attention to his sto' k of cheap and fash
k iouable Clothing at his ft or?, on
M.I IX STREET, liLOOMSBURG
two doors above the Jimfrican House,
where he has jut received from
l'hi ludelphia, a lull aksortmcnl of
New York and
Men and Boy's f 'latlsjincr,
including the mo.t fes!iionaM!. durable and hand
some, GOODS, consisting of
Box, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Coa.'s, and Pan!,
of all sorts. ize. end colors. Ht also has replen
ished his already larg. stork of Kail and Winter
EiidWls : ttnped. figured and'pl.iin Vests, shirts,
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fan-y arti'-l-. .
N. 11. He has constantly on hand a large and well
selected .us .rt.nent of Cloths ml V 'sliujs. which
he is prepared to make up to ord. r. lotu any kind of
clothing on very shrt none' an 1 in the best of man
ner. All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
of home munufaciure.
cf rja 122. 9
Cf every Description. Fit; and Cheap. His Cats of
Jewelry is not surpassed in this place. Call and ex
amine his geueral assortment of Clothing, Watches,
irwrnj, c. etc.
Bloomsburg, April 50. 1F6J.
Uni';)ii Business College
HANDEL ANo HAYDN HALL,
Eighth and Spring Garden St-ettt.
THOMAS MAY PIERCE, A. M.
Pres'.Jer.t ar.d Cor.su'tin" Accennti-t.
Extraordinary Inducements I
NOVEL t PER AT.T ARRWGEMENT OF
BUSlXEd CtJLLEGE TEtt6.
From April 1 toCetulcr I, 1855,
AND SUCCEEDING YEARS.
LIFE Sc;iOLAR?Hir. including Bookkeeping, Fu
siness Correspondence, Forms and Cuftoms. Com
mercial Arithmetic, ilustness Fenmanship, Detect
ing Counicr!cit!oney, Sz Cominerciul Law,
SCIIOLAKSillP?. incl'itlinr same subjects as above.
Time limited to three months
Trnmnrship, tiiree months, aT
Penni.nif.liip i Arithmetic, three months . $7j
The saving of coal and cas in the summer month
is an advantage of such iaiportanoe as enables the
management ofthis College lo make a considerable
reduction in the summer rates.
Trcm October 1, 1CC5, to Anrll 1. 157,
Acd sucrec.Iin; yearr, as before.
f.if? Prholrships jt
tv-linUrsliip, 3 months, - j r,
Fenuiaiirhip. 3 months, . ft
Penmanship and Arithmetic. 3 months.
rrn.HL Ji.rsis oa Cuss. Soioiras. rto r.. tna
"!U or Mu:sik jD Tsaiuiri.
DAY AND EVEN IMS INSTRUC
TION FOIl I50TII SEXES
AND ALE AGES,
ii Ranking. Storr kerning, Ttookkeepin;. Psnman
ship. Fen Urawing. I'honocrapliv. Ariihiiitic, Men
suration, Algebra. Ccnmetry . Analytical CeoniPir v.
The Calculus. Navijation. Purveying. Ltiein-eriug!
i;.iuriiig. Mining. Mechanirul Drawing. I 'oiinii.-rii.il
Law, Gwrmau. Telegraohing, aud the Lnijlisli
Uraiithes, a', moderate prices.
Endersed by the public as the most successful tlu
siness College ot the country, as is evi leticcd by the
fact, that '
r?ur Hundred and Two Students
have entered ia the
FtEsr ftx .MottTits or its ExtsTrncit,
Trinripals cf Df purrmfn!.
THOMAS MAY PIERCF. A.M .
GEORGE H. PYHER. R. s ItARNES
t:. N. KARR. Ja.. J T. RI'.V N'ul.DS,
HENRY KLIM. A E.RiWKUjUX, .,c t
tnpfioited by an able Ccrps of As. intents.
Call or send for a Cntoiogtte. College Currency, and
Fierte's Fra:tical educator.
Gfilcc-.531 orlli I ihll! st
THOMAS M. FhlKCE.
April 19,1C6. 3:n.
Xos. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Courtlandt Stree
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY
This old-establish.! and favorite resort of the Ru
siness Community has been recently refitted, and is
complete in everything that can minister to the com
forts of its patrons. Ladies and families are specially
i'l carefully provided for.
It is centrally located in the btuiness part of the ci ty
and is contiguous to the principal lines cf steamboats
cars, omnihusses ferries, &.c.
Tue table is amply supplied with all the luxuries cf
tbe season, and is equal to that of any other hotel in
hi country. ,
Ample accommodations are offered for upward of
ID" Do not helievt mnners, nackmen, and o'liers
tali, may say "the Western Hotel is full."
D. D. WINCHESTER, Froprieti r.
THOS. D. WINCHESTER.
F-b. 15. lHfi-.'.
Julicc of flic IVacc,
Licensed Lonveyinccr, Scrivener, and
Ollacc nearer Vallcj, P.-..
Will attend to taking Acknowledgements. Write
Pe-ds. .Mortgages. Leases. Bonds. Notes. Agree
ments, tc. Sorvey ing allcuaed lo with de, patch. -Charges
PHILLirS SUPER rilOSPH ATE LIME.Seyrawirs'
l'aicnt Gr.-iin aqd l'uo.ht- Drill, t!uruits Ke
volvmj Hay Raies and Hand Hakes for sale by
I'AXTON St II A B MOV, .
Wo claim for Philips Super ritosphate that it con.
tains less moisture ,-s nnr; uniform in qnalitv. coo
tsins mote agricultural value, than any other" in tbe
market, and introduce the article to farmers in gen
eral as a rtaple and standard at tide intending to
make it a permanent trade.
" i. ,m,,.n?-Lt?IXJLJUZrx?L-.
Hotsb aiu CattiB Powite
long and favorably
known, will trior
ud cleansing tho .
stomach and Intes
tines. It is a sure pre
ventive of all dis
eases incident to
this animal, such a
V Ens, FOUNDER
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
use Improves tha
the appetite- gives
LUXG FEVER, GLXXDE&H,'
a smooth and
g'os.y skin and
into a line-looking and spiri
To keepers of Cows this preparation is lnvaluaW
It increases the quantity and improves tha oualitv
s ... . -
oi i He mu. it baa
been proven by ao
tuai experiment t
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty prr
cent, and make the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens
. their hide, and
f rnakea them thrive
In all diseases of Swine, such aa Coughs, Ulcers ia
the Lung, Liver,
;c., tl.is article
acts as a specific.
Hv putting from i
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. Jf given In time, a certain
preventive and cure, for the Hog Cholera.
Trice 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for tL
H. Al. FOUTZ Sc BRO.,
iD0LF.SUK DRrfi A'D JlF.DinE DEPOT,
.No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
Tor Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers through
out the United States.
(O" For sale al the irus Flora of
EYHR 4- MOVER,
rIoomsbttr;, J.in. fi. IHCfi. I2mo.
IsEW MSCIKT FOR 1806.
The Great Invention of tbe Age in
J. V BRADLF.VS New Patent DUPLP.X ELLEPTIC
(,or double) rUINti tKIRF.
THIS INVENTION consists of Duplex (or two) r.'
liptic. Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingeniously Krsidei
i iRbtly and Firmly tocether, edax to edge, making
the Toughest, most Flexible, Elastic and durab e
Spring ever used. They seldom bind or break, like
the single Springs and cnnseqiiciitly preserve their
perfect nnd lieauliful shape more than twice as long .
as any Sin(.le Spung Skirt that ever Has or Can bw
THE wonderful fl.aibility and great comfort and .
j.Ieasurn to any Lady wearing the L'.tplex Ellptir Skirt
will be experienced particularly in all crowded As
semblies, Operas, Carriages, Railroad Cars. Church
Pew, Arm Chnirs, for Promenade and House Dress, -as
the Skitt ran be fulded w hen In ue to occupy a
small place as easily and conveniently as a Silk or
A Lady having Enjr.yeJ the Pleasure, Comfort and .
Or'-at Con venieiice of wearing tie Duplex Elliptic
Steel Sprinn Skirl f.ir a single day will N-:ver after-
war.'s willingly di"peii ith their use. ForCbll
iiren. Mioses and oung Ladies ihey are superior lo
TM E II ' top? ,vc covered with 2 ply double twisted
tin en -I and will wear t ire as Ion 7 as the Kingle j arn
covriiii; vuieiiis used on ail Siugie Steel Hoop Skirts.
The lluee bottom rrds ou ncry s-kirt are also Ilonble
S'.-ci and twice or double covered to prev" t?i c"V
eriee tr"!'i w- nri .j. .3" tue tods when dragging do.srn
sir-ir, t. no st' t -i etc , -tc .which they are caus'.nnt
ly sjt.ject wh' ti in ute.
All aie tua of th? new andeleftnt CorOed Tapes,
an,l ate tae best quality in every part, gsviug to tba
wearer Hie iiiott a ' fu had perfect shape, possible,
and are unquestionably the lishle.t. most riesirabie.
conifurteLle and ecunoinical Skirt ever maite,
WEST'S I.KAUi.tV Sl CARY. H.Ol'Hlril ORS of
t Invention, and M'LC MANUFACTURERS P7
HMMBtKi, and T9 St t-I REaUE STRbElS, Nw
FOR SUE in all first class Stores in this City, and
throughout the United St.tos and C.ianada. Havana da
Cuba, Meiieo. South America, and theWcst ladies.
QL Inquire l-r the Duplex Elliptic (or doable)
Marrh -Jl, U'lC .?ui. A ti C.
MY HAPPY HOME-
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
Wild Cherry Bitters
.r perfectly pure and contai 1 no poison or nox
ious substsuc-.-. Tlity are cumpo'tnded upon scten.
titic pnnriples. and arl aJapted to the old and the
oung, the .-trt.ng anJ tha Weak, and ae destined
t be t" .uii-l in every city. tnrii and bamlet ia tbe
ctvilit.Mi wi.rl S. They fpecJily cure
Jaur.ilicf, Ui'tptpsia, all forma cf In
digestion, Sour Stumachl Rheumx
ti.-m, Scrn'vla, an t all
IMPURITIES OF THE IJLOOD,
Dropsy, -rvous AfTcti-iiis. ICiluey Diseases, Liv
er Complamts Ceueral Ptnstration.and Ner.
A ; e M-iruing App?ti7.cr no other T0nic or Stimu-'
lat.t in tr-s uiav.-rse can equal them. For disorder
ed .net ft.on. iuiperiVit rirrulation of the btood, and
rxhnusted vital energy lliey give permanent ard
Ft Cnugiis and Colds ttiey ne superior to any
Cheiry l-.rt.irul. They rlcanst the stomach and
purify the blood, artmg diiet ,y .upon the Liver, tha
gr. tit sent of disease ; they soon restore it to a sound
and healthy tt;ti-.
To persons i f Sedentary habits, ileltratc Female
iin.t nursing .Mothrs, and those who feel a loss of
strength, or a until if ambition, these bitters will
be fsund of 1111 .1,1. ulable value One t.ial will ton-
Muuufuelured and sold by
T-B SL1XRFRLAND JtCO..
, ,lv , It' Cbrystie St. N. V.
and sold by all Druggists and Merchants genera ly.
D. W, tOBKl.NS, Agent.
r.lUade!p!iia & Erie I860
This great line traverses the Northern end N'ortli
west counties of Feaiis) lvauia to tba city ofrie, oni
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and Is operated by them.
T.MS ur PASSKNOEa TkAINS AT KOKTHCMBiaLAKV.
LEA IE LASTHABD.
Frte Mail Train.
Erie Express Train,
ii 38 p. ii.
S 46 A M
tluiira Mail i rum.
10 20 AH
Trie Mail Train. 4 59 A M
Lrie Express I rnin. 6 54 P M
Elmira Mail Train. 4 SI F M
Passvngers Cars run through on the Erie Mail and
Express Trains without iharui both ways between
Philadelphia and Erie.
XKW YORK CONVECTION.
Leave New York at 9 00 p. m. arrive at Erie9 30 a.m.
Lej ve Erie al 4 45 p ra. arrive at New York 4 10 p in
Kiega'.l Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
For information respecting Passenger basidess an.
p ly at the Cor. :-uih ttn-l Market St. Philadelphia, t
And for Frctstit business of the Company's Agl's.
S. B. Kineston, Jr., Cor. 13lh aud .Market Streets,
Wtiiiam Crown. Agent V. O. R. R.. Baltimore. .
II. H. Houston. eu'l Freight Agt.Phil'a.
II. W. llwinner. (Jen'i Ticket Agt. Pbil'a.
A. 1 TYLER, CenU. Sup't. Willamsa. rt
March -21, lotiti.
HOW f.0T, HOW RESTORED
Just published, anew edition of DR. CULVERv
VVr.lX'S Celebrated Essay on the rcircar(i'iih
out tnetlirine) of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weak
ness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Merf
lal and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar's
riase, etc., also. Consumption, Kpilepay, and Fits,
induced by seit-indulgence or sexual extravagance.
. C7" Priee. in a seated cntelope, only C rents.
The celebrated aotbor in this admirable essay
clearly den onstraies, from a thirty year's successful
practice. th.t rhe alarming resequences of self abuse
may be radically cured without tie dangerous use
of internal meriiclu or the app'rration oj the knlfn
iioiut ug out tiioda of tureatouce simple, certaM
and cflectMal by means of which every sufferer, no
matter hat his condition may be, sua care himself
ch-;iply. ptivateiy and radically.
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y.utli and every miu iu tae la ad
Sent, under seat, in a plain envelope, to aay ad
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