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. . r.-rr-nr3 art? in tlie habit
jUasy oi our wiv - - -
tlowin- but once tor we auuve crop uu
though they admit the benefit of a second
pi0nrr, always, excuse tbemselvca upon a
- pleaofwantof time or sonic other like excuse
: th'ey do- not seem to realize that their busi
r nes3i3 to Invest as much labor on the putting
in of their crops as they can with profit, and
that it would be much better to invest their
money in this way than in bank or govern-
mnyarg that can et thcir "01?n1
'into just as good order by harrowing ; tins I
deny, they may pulverize the surface so that
at a superficial glancelt may seem to be in as
good order, but a deeper and more careful
examination will show that it is full of lumps
" and unbroken clods, into which the roots
cannot penetrate, But granting that they
. can put the ground into as fine a condition by
harrowing as I can by. a secoud plowing, I
would still follow the practice, for lean plow
twice with less wear and tear of team3 than
they will exhaust with the one plowing, be
cause I plow the first time as soon as the oats
13 off, vrhih the ground id mellow and unbak
ed by exposure to the sun, Daring this
time they must haul out their manure. My
second plowing will take no longer than their
Larrowing, providing they do it properly. .
There u still another important point in
favor of plowing twice : practical farmer And
scientific men have generally come to the
' conclusion that barnyard manure should be
kept as near as possible to the surface, so
"that it is covered. It. is also a fixed fact that
goil for wheat or any other crop should be
deeply stirred, Now wo cannot by any pos
eible means attain both these results from
one plowing. If deep enough to stir the soil
thoroughly it will bury the manure too deep
ly the soil is not stirred deep enough to sat
isfy the other neccessary condition.
By plowing twice I am able to accomplL-h
.i Tior miVs m-c first
DOtn tnese oujette, iui ---j j
plowing of the usual depth and afterward
a J it,- manilM Y,V O oVllllrlW flirmW-
luiuuiiucr iiic uiauiuv fjj " 7
and by rolling the field once can put it into
i f .1 1 'IT '.1 i T
tine order lor me ami wiuiuul any uanu-
who have tried "twice plcro'iug for
wheat" and have observed its effect upon
the ensuing grass crop, will seldom if ever
relinquish the practice; for it always seems to
insure a much better growth or set of grass,
eecd which may perhaps be owing to the im
proved condition of the soil with reference to
Plowing but once will seldom kiU all the
oats which springs up from -the seed shaken
off in harvesting the crop, and it by growing
smothers out more or less" of the wheat, al
though it has eventually to succumb to cold
weather and frost The second plowing de
stroys all the oats, for between the two plow
ings the seed of the volunteer crop has time
to spring up, and often forms quite an addi
tion of green manure when turned under and
killed by the second plowing.
I have thrown out the above ideas with re
gard to the proper depth for covering ma
nure in hope that some of your experienced
practical correspondents will give through
your columns their experience , upon this
poinfor the benefit of others beside. Ger
pRoracnxG Trees Against .Worms.
The bandage system, which we were the
first to suggest some fifteen years ago, and
" often referred to since, is the only effectual
protection we have yet seen against the opera
tions, of the worm in fruit tree-;. We repeat
again that in not a single instance have we
ever had a wormin our dwarf pear trees where
thissystem was properly followed. It is sim
ply to bandage the bottom of the tree with
any kind of muslin or cloth and tie it, letting
the bandage be about six inches above ground
and two inches below. TIt should be applied
in Febuary or as soon a3 the ground is in a
fit condition to go, upon. These bandages
should be removed at the end of October.
As long as this i3 continued we defy -the
worm. . The bug lays it3 eggs an inch or two
' above the ground early in the spring, that is
as soon as the warm day3 in March will ad
mit of it3 coming forth from its winterquar
ters ; the eggs are soon hatched by the sun,
being laid on the sun-side of the trunk, and
the ygung grub finds Its way down to the
soft bark beneath the soil where it gradually
works its way in. The bandage prevents
both the laying of the eggs and. the descent
of the grub. Let doubters try it. One
man will bandage twohundred treesin a day.
We have no doubt it will also protect the
peach tree in the same way.
FENCES. Keep a sharp look-out on your
fences : keep them in rood repair, and it will
sate you from the trouble of running after.
yourstock, should they break into your wheat
or corn-Celd3. We knew a farmer who had
0 leave his men in the middle of hay
making, and also to take one with him to go
and drive out some horses that broke into
hiswheat-field, and after considerable shout
ing and running, succeeding in getting them
into the road, and it was not until scveml
hours were spent, that they again returned
to the meadow. In this way the work of two
waa lost for nearly the afternoon. Look well
to your fences. ' -
Stocks. Keep no stock in doors that you
can help.' Let them have , their freedom as,
much as possible. See your animals every
day. Inspect each one's condition regularly
morning'or evening yourself. Let them have
some places of shelter, if turned out to grass
where they can get out of the scorching rays
of our summer sun. It is cruelty to animals
to put them in a field entirely destitute of
trees, and leave them with the mid-day sun
pouring down on their backs.. Give them
some kind of shelter" if only a tree to bask
under. ..""' - .
Loo'sTxVFTEa Your Grafts. la the sum
mer many rapidly-growing grafts become so
loaded with foliage as to break off during a
storm and especially when covered with wa
ter. Such grafts should be "shortened by
clippingoff cne-halC Others , grew very
slowly and fk-llr, which h frequently owing
to the sprouts growing on the same stock in
which th-3 graft3 arc set. Remove these aa
V'T a''"";:ar' thegrifi3 m3 sec::
WUE PERUVIAN SYRUP
A ISA PROTECTED 80LUTI0N OF THE
.Protoxide of .Iron,
a new discovery in medicine which
STRIKES AT THE BOOT OF DISEASE. BY
supplying tbe Blood with its vital r&uiciFLn, o
UVER SXEMKNT 1ROIV.
This is the secret nf the wonderful success of ibis
. remedy in curing
Dyspepsia, Liver Oomplaint, Dropsy,
Chronic Diarrboei, Doil, Nervous
Affections, Chills' and FeVero,
Humors, Lost of Consti
tutional rigor, Diseases
of the Kidneys &
and til diseases originating in a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a low state of tbe
Beins- Tree from Alcohol m any form, Ps energi
inr effms are not followed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, fining strength, vigor and
New Lire jnte an part oi me system, aua nuuaing
up in IRON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AP DEBILITY
From the Vnerable Archdeacon Pi 'OTT. D. D.
Durham Canada Eat. March 24. IHti5.
"1 uiu an invelcruie Dyspeptic of more
than 25 years standing."
"J nave so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks during which 1 have used the Pe
ruvian a irup. that 1 can scarcely persuade mysel Tor
the reality. People who have KSiown me are aston
ished at the change. 1 am widely known and can
but recoiumend to other" that which' has done so
much for me "
A CASE OF 27 YE.RS' STANDING CURED.
From INSLEV JEWETT, No 15 Avon Place .Ho-ton
'I hav suflered. and sometimes severely, for 2i
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced tasin; the Pe
ruvian Syrup, and found immediate benefit from it.
In the course of three or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my surf-noga. and have enjoyed nnia
terrnpted health ever since "
AN EMINENT DIVINE t'r IJllsrtJN, CAYS :
"I have been using the Peruvian Syrup for gome
time pat ; it gives me new Vigor. Buoyancy ofspir
its. Klaslinty ot .viuscle.
Thousands nave been changed by tie use of thit remedy
from weak, $tc k!y, Buffering creature, to H rang. healthy:
and kappp men and icomen ; and invalids cannot rtanona-
oiu hesitate tit gft U 0 trial,
A pamphlet of ij pact's containing certi tieat',s of
cures and recommendations from some of tile most
eminent physicians, clergymen, and others, will be
sent true loan; aiiures.
ILoee that each bottlehas t'kEuvi!t strlp blown
in the glass.
i Oil SALE BY
J. P. CR7SM'RE. Proprietor. 3t (lev St.Ncw Vork
SULD BY AL.L. DltUGGI3Ts.
AU Medical Men aeree thst IODINE is the RE3T
REMEDY for Scrofula and all kindred dio-astrs ever
discovered. The Uilficulty has beea to obtain a 1'ta
Solutiok of it.
Dr. 1- Anders Iodine W ater
Is a Pure Solution of Iodine, WITHOUT A SOL
VENT ! I Contaiuin; a Full Grain tu each ounce ol
A most Powerful Vitaliz'og Agent and
has eured and witx care SCROFULA in ell its mani
CLCER3. CANCERS. SVPH I M 3. SALT RHEUM ;
and it has been used with astonishing success in ca
ses nf Rheumatism, Hvpep-iaf Consumption, Female
I'omplaiirts. Heart, Liver and Kidney Dii'e ises.e.
Circulars will be sent FIK to any one seniiing their
Price fl.tO a bottle, or B for $3.00
Prepared by Dr. H. ANDEUd, Physician fc Chemist B
For Sulo hy
J. P. DlASMORE. 3G Doy St. New Y
And by all Druggists.
ISTAR'S BALSAM OF
WIID C I1ERIIY
iiaTj been USED FO.R nearly
HALF A CENTURY,
w ith the most astonishing success in curing
Coughs, Coids, Hoarseness, Sore.Throat
iLflasrjzi, Wboopicg coagb, Croup,
Lver complaint, Bronchitis, Diffi
culty of Breathing, AstLma,
ad over y affec
THE TIinOAT,L(jXGS C11ES7.
which carries ofl" more virtiins than any ether dis
ease and which baS -s the i-ki J of tin; Physicians to
a greater titent th.m any other malady, often
YI KLDS TO THH RKSIbDY
when all otlicrs prove ineffectual.
AS A .ME!ICINC
Rapid in Relief, soothing in E3oct, safu in Its Oper
ation. IT IS UNSURPASSED !
while as a preparation. free from poxiotis inKrertinrnt
poisons, r minerals j'uilting skill, scirn' card medi
cal kiuiwleilse ; combining all that is ralualile in the
vegetable kingdom for this class of ilixt-a-e , it is
and is entitled, merits, and receives the general con
fidence of the publict
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of Herman. N. Y- writes as follows :
Wistar's Blsm or Wild Oiisrry pives universal
satifartion. It seems ti curealouih by loos ning
and cli-anring tha lunes.and all.iyinj irrit;ion thu
removing the cause, instead of drjim up ihe cuih
and leaving the cause behind. 1 consider the Haicam
an go d as any. if not the bst, Cough me -icine ivnh
which 1 am acquainted.'
Rev. Jacob Sechler,, of Hanover, Pa.
Well known and much respected anmnj the German
populutiou in this country. makes the follow ing state
ment for the benefit of th ctilicted.
Dear ifs Having realized in my family impor
tant benefits frm the de of your valuable "prepara
lion Wistars Balsam or Wild i.'herrt it nll'or.lx me
pleasure to recoinmeml it to the puldic. r-"ouie eiahl
years ago one of my daughter seemed to bu in a de
cline am little hapes of her recovery were entertain
ed I then procured a bottle of yoir exci llenl K.il-ain,
and before sh? had takn ihe whole of the contt nt of
the bottle there was a great irrpruvement in her
health. I li we, in-my individual cas made frequent
use ot your valuable medicine, and have always been
benefitted by it.
Trice One Dollar a lioUte.
FOR SALE BY
J- P. DIXSMORE. 35 Dey Street. New York
EETH W FOWXE. it fUN, Proprietors,, Boston.
A!(D BT ALL DBCHO.SIS.
CURES CUTS, BURNS, SCALDS.
Grapp'e Celebrated Sale
CURES WOUNDS.BR UI5E5, SPRAIN'S,
Graces Celebrated Salve
CURES EOILS, ULCERS. CANCERS.
Grace's Ctlchrated I alve
CUKES SALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES CHAri'fcD HANDS. CHILBLAINS.
Grace a Celebrated Salra
HEALS OLD SORES, FRESH WOUNDS.&c.
Itis prompt in action, removes pain at onec. and re
daces tbe most angry-looking swellings and iuifla
nations, as if by magic thus affjrdimg relief and a
OulyiS eents a box ! (Sent by mail for 35 cents.)
For Sale; by
J. P. DIVSMORE 36 Dey Street, New York.
S. W. KOWE sc. S JN. Proprieto.-s.Boston, and by all
DruESnts. Grocers, and Country stores.
LIQTTOS.S i LIQTTa.S i
Whocsnle and KeJail.
'rHE subscriber would announee to the citixn- of
1 Rloomsburg and vicinitv tht .. - .,
LIOUORS in lar.e and I7.' 2??? he e",n8
lies, and t diffrireut prices, at sis
new store, on Main street, north sid
two aoors soma oi iron street, Bloams
burg His stock of Foreign and Do
mestic consists of Cognac and Rochel e. Blackberry, Gin
ger. Raspberry and Lavender, He has a larga ass
Da a ss cs. sy.
Old Rye, gray with ngj. fine Old Bourbon, old Plks
Whiskey, and any quantity of coirmon. He also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras. Lisbon, Claret, Pherry and Canpnirne
Wines ; and last bnt not kpast. a quantity of good
doubiB extra BRO VN STOUT; atl oi which hu
sell at the lowest cash prices. Th nubile urere
pectfully solicited to give his liquor a trinl.
' D. W, ROBBINS. Agent.
CHARLES B. BKOCKWAY,
i Bounties, Back-pay, Pensions,
t - K11II1UK uuuer
toe Internal Revenue Laws.
vfZFf1'?-0 Coor weu of tfie Court Honw.
A. J. EVANS'
Newly opposite the Ephcopal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
MY stock it composed of fine clothing, medium
and low priced ndapted to all conditions,
tsstes and wants. He hus the latest styles for the
season a fin assortment of
Orercoats and Centlemen's Shaw s,
from low to tha very best
His Uoalls are fashionable anixccll Made.
In addition to my stock of rsaiy-made clothing. I
have picca goods for cus.om orders.
Cloths Catsiuicrcs, Sec, &c.
And having one of the first class cutters. I guaran"
We a fit in all eases and give satisfaction. Also a
HO0LE.X AXD MX EN SIiKlTS,
Stockings, Neckties. Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
every thins in the gentl men's line of clothing-
Also, Mats, boots and Shoes, Trunks and Carpet
i will sell nl the lowest. Market prices Tlease give
me a call before purcha-ing elucwhere.
AN DliliVV J. EVANS,
Blnomsburg, Nov. 15, Ii!CS.
Ciatatvi!aa Hail Elonl. On
and after MONDAY, April 1. leT.5. passenger
trains on tbo Catawissa Uailrcad will run at the fol
lowing named hours ;
Nail Comb stations Mail North.
Lej. H.4." a m Williamsputt Arr. b 15 p.m.
" 9.17 Mancy Dep. 5 45
9 45 Watsontown 5 16
u.00 Mikon 5 ot "
10 43.' Danville " 4 2il
11.00 Rupert 4 1 0
11.10" Catuwlssa 3 50
la.ldpra Rinjiown v,35
ia."ib Summit j 5j
1 0" " Quakake 1 40
" 1-211 " E Mthuiioy June. 120
" 2.15 " Dine Tamsqua. Dine 1.10
' 4 115 Reading ' 10 40 a m
Arr 7.00 ' Philadelphia 8 00 "
10 35 ) Nw Ynrk vla- Kea'1- - fm ,,
,0 JJ i mg or Mum Chunk. C 00
No change of cars between Wiiiiamnorl and Phil
adelphia. GEO. W. WEBB, tfopt,
April 13, 1?36
A LCCTIUE TO YOLNG ME..
jFsri!i JL.-l piibiixhcd. in a seeled enve
fl,t ri lope. Trice 6 tents. A Icrtnre on the
nature, treatment tnd radical cure of
Spermatorlioea. or Seminal Weaknnss
fnvo'untary Cmisins. sexual D-bility and Imped
imeitts to Marri tee gen-srally. Nervousness, t.'on
euuiftitin. Epilepsy, and Kit-j ; vienl.il and Physical
Incapacity, resulting frOiii Self Abtise, cc. By Rob
ert J. Culverwell, M, D.. author of th 3 'Green liook,'
The world renowned author. in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from his own experience, that
:he awful couscquences of Sel f-Abuse may be etTct
ually removed without Medicine, and without dan
gerous rurrxal operations, bongles. instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer,
no matter lint his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately and radically. This Lec
ture wil 1 prove a boon to thousands. Sentjmder
sea! to any address, in n plain envelope, on receipt
ot six cents ortwopos-nge stamps. Also Pr. Cul
verwelPs Marriage Guide, price S3 cent. Address,
CH A!. S C. KLINE k CO..
1'.'7 Bowery, New V oik, P. O. box 45-6.
April 18, Isoti. ly Peas t Co.
N-E Cor. Tenth and ClifMcut fcitreets.
The most complete and thoroiichly appointed Busi
ne or I'oiumercial College in th country
The only one in the city posse-sing a Legislative
"barter. and the only one in the Unitud tate- author
ized to confer Degrees of Mi rit Diaplomas aw arded
to graduates in the Commercial Course under its cor
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted by geutlemcn of liberal education and
extensive experience in business, and affording une
qualled advantages for the thojoiih theoretical and
piactical education of young men lor the various du
ties and employment of huin"es life.
THEORY ANli Pr.AClICE COMBINED
by a of system
ACTUAJ. BUSINESS TRAINING
orizinal and pre ioiticiit'y practical g'ving Ihe stu
dent in.the shortei-t lime a comp letn n-fcight into the
science of accounts, arranged and published by the
proprietor of this Institution rxclu-i vely for his own
use. saving one-half the ordinary labor of the student
and pi v 1 n," him a complete kuuwledg.j of the practice
jf tke best accountants.
TEE COMMERCIAL COURSE
rnanship. 15u?inu9 CorrerpondeDce,
Cornme-rcial Law, Lectures on
Business Affairs, Commer
cial Cu?t JQis, Forms,
and Actual Busi
t'gebra end the Higher Ji.'athernatie. rhonofraphy. Or
namcntil Penmanship, the JIH o . lietteling
Counterfeit Jfo.iry.J'.niriae.et'Pg Sur
Trying, jfai igatijn and
The arrangements for T-iegrapliing are fr more ad
vance of anything of the kind ever off red to the pub
lie. A reffular Tele rapli Cine is connected with the
Institution wrh twenty bratich offices in various
parts of the ci y, where public business is tranacted,
and in which the ytudeals of this Institution are per
mitted to practice. No tegular office practice can be
had in auv other school of instruction in t'e country,
without which no one can obtain a position as a prac
tical operator. Young men are cautioned against the
deceptive representations of those who, without any
such facilities, pretend 10 ach Telegraphing.
This Institution is now enjoyins tlie Iar;est pitron
tronage ever beiowed upon any Commercial school in
tl'e State. Over livv hundred students were in atten
dance the fi- si year, anil over seven hundred during
the past year. The be-t class of students may inva
riably be found bcre, and all its associations are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
This Institution is located in the most central part
of the city, and its accommodations, for extent, cle
zancerand convenience, are unsurpassed. All the
rooms have'ieen fitted up in the very best style with
UUStNESS OFFICES OR COUNTING HOUSES.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE. STATIONARY STORE.
n a Rio: lar
bank of m:posiT and is.-rn.
supplied witb finely engraved lithographic nolo nsed
as a circulating medium iutUe Urpartmeiil of Actual
TO YOUJIYG .TIK.'V
who desire the very best facilities for a
- rracitcal i:dnca!ion for Casfnrss,
we guars n tee a course of instruction no where elst
equalled, whi'e the reputation and stjnding nf rhe
Institution nmon; bu'intss men make its endorse
ineni the best passport to success and advancement.
All contemplating e-itering any t'omin-rrial College,
nr invited to send for an I tXI'STKATKD
CIUCULAH AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and full particulars of the course of instruction,
L. FAIKBAMCS, A. HI.,
T. E. MERCHANT, Supt, of Office Business.
Nov. 4. 1 12 m.
LI F E 11 E A LTII STii E G I II.
LI FE HE A LI II- STK EXGTU.
LIFE HEALTH STUEXtTIJ.
Hundreds and thousands annually Cie ptrmattirely
when, if they would give the Great French Remedy,
DR. JUAN DELAMARRE 3
Celebrated Specific Pills,
Prepared by Gtiinnrxc ic Dctpokt, No 514 Rue Lorn"
bard. Paris, from Ihe prescription of Dr. Juan Hela
marre. Chief Phvsiciau cf the Hospital du Nord on
Lariboisiere a fair trial, they Vioul 1 nnd immediate
relirC and. it, a short time, be fully restored to Health
and Strength It is used in.the practice of many emi
nent Freeh physicians, with uniform success. .-md high
ly recommended as trie o ily positive ait yccijic iietae
df for all persons su If-r n' Ir 011 General or S-xua
Debility, ait derangements of I lie Nervous Forces
Melancboly.Spermat.irrhoea or Semiiril r mision,al
Weakness arising from sexual Ex Energy. Physical
Prostration. Nervo'lsner . Weak Spine t L,wn.-s of
o dimness 01 imn. Hysterics, rams in toe
Back and Limbs, Impnteucy, tic
No I inguage can convey an aeqaate idea of tbe im
mediate and almost miraculous change it occasions to
thedetiintatBd end shntt.rred synem in fact.it itaii.fB
unrivalled as an unfailing cure ol the maladies above
Suffer no more, bat nse The OreatTreach Renedu ; it
w H effect a cure where all others fail, and although
a powerful remedy, contains nothing hurtful ta the
most delicate constitution
Pan.phlets.coiitaining fi paitienlars and directions
for using, in English. Frersch.Spahish and German, ac
company each box, and also sent free to any address
Price One Dollar per box; Six boxes for Five Dollars
Sold by all Druggists t iroughout ihe world ; or will
be sent by mail, securely sealed from all observation,
by inclosing specified price to any authorized agents
BKWARR OF COUMTEAyEITS JA'Lr I MIT A 770JVX
Proprietors exclusive Aifests for America, OSCAR Q
MOSES. CO., 7 Cotirltmd St. New York.
Authorized Agents for Bloomsburg.
SC i- n f. 1 snr w n
READING RAIL ROAD.
- April 23d, 18G6.
reat Tmnk Lino From The North
"J and North-VVest for Philadelphia. New York,
Reading, Pottsville.Tamaqua. 'Ashland, Lebanon. Al
lentown. Easlon. 4.C.
Trains leave HarnsbitrgCor New Yora, a follows :
At 3 00.7, 40 and f.OS A. M., and 2 OU and SI 20 P
connecting with similar Trains on the Pennsylvania
Rail Road, and arriving at New York at 5. 40 and lu.Ou
A. M and 3 4U and 10 3j P. M. Slesping Cars accom
panying the 3.00 a.nd 9.20 A. M. Trains, without
Leave Harrisbnrg for Reading, Potteville.Tamaqua,
Minersville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allen ins n , ami
Philadelphia at 7 40 A M. and t HO and V S0HI, stop
ping nt Lebanon and principal VVsy Mations; ihn 'I.JO
P.M. Train making no close connect ion b for Potisville
nor Philadelphia. For Potisville, Sc.iuylkill Haven
and Auburn, via Schuylkill nnd Susquehanna Rail
Road. leaAe llarrisburg at 4 15 P. M.
Returning ; Ieave New-York at 9 liO A. M. 12 00
noin and 8.30 P. M. ; Philadelphia at 8 t)U A. M. and
3 30 P. M ; Potisville at H :-M A. M. and 2 45 P . M ;
Ashland b 00 and II 15 A M. and 1 j P, M. Tamaqua
at it 45 A. JVl, and 1 00 and 8.55 P. M
Leave Potisville (or llarrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Rail Road , at 7.00 A M,
Reading Accommodation Train : Leaves Reading at
ft 10 A. M.. returning from Philadelphia at 5.00 I'. M.
Columbia Rail Ko.ni Trams leave li'-mlmi at G It) A.
M. and t 15 P. .!. fur Ephrata. Litiz, Lancaster, Co
Os Sundays ; Leave Ntw York at P 30 P M, Phila
delphia 0 A M, nnd 3.15 P.M. the 8.00 A M.
Tiain running only to Reading. Potisville g 00 A M,
Tamaqua7 30 A M , llarrisburg 9 05 r.M and Read
ing at 1.30 A. M. for llarrisburg, and 10 5i A. M. for
Naw York, and 4 25 P. M lor Philadelphia.
Commu'alioii, Mileage, Season, Sciiool and Excur
sion Tickets To and from all points, at reduo d Kates
baggage checked throu0'n ; el) pounds allow vd each
Passenger. G. A. NltAlLl.S,
General ?urARiN ta.nde.nt.
Reading. Ta. April 23, 1SC6.
Spriii :ieiI uts.nici-ood.
' PflF. subscriber has just returned from the cities
1 with another large nnd select assortment of
SPRING AND SILMMKU (JOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York, at the
lowest figure, and which he is determined to sell
on as moderate. Ivrnu as can be procured elsewhere
His rtock comprises
i f the choicest styles and latest faskions together
with a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, .CLOTHS,
and Vt stings. Also, Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
Ware, Hollow-ware, Nails, Iron,
Hats and Caps, tc. In short, everything usually
kepi in a country stores, to which he invites the at
tention of the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for country produce
in exchange for goods.
S. R. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Not. 22 I3B5.
I LKES-n A R R E PE.N X A.
CAPITAL AM) SlPTlS, - - $150,
tork riot called in,
flills r-ceivaMe. -U.
S. 5 lJoii-ls, ...
Tcmiiorarv mid call loans.
103 shares Wyomiiis; Hank Stock.
5i shares Tirst National liana nt Wjlks-Rarre, S.tHXJ
70 shares Second National Hank at VVilkes-ilarre ".oo.i
4t slisres ilkes-Uarre UriJge Stock, - . 2.50
R.al Estate. 1.5l'J
Due trom Agents and others, ... 7.414
Canh in hand and in Bank. .... l.M -
G. M. HOt.LENRACK,
R D LroB,
L. D. SHOEMAKER.
11. M. FHiVT,
Wjf. S ROSS,
M II Ah DING.
G. M HOLI.EM'.At K. President.
L. D. SHOEMAKER. Vies Prs7.
K. C. SMITH, Secratart.
F. liROWN. Agent.
March 25, 1?05 uishur?. Pa.
THE undersigned would re? prrtf.ill v nnnonnrc to
the citizens cf Bloomsburg, and the public gen-
..uij. in rvniiing
an OMNIBUS LINE, be
tween this lace and tbe dif
ferent Rail Road Depots dai
'y. (Sundays excepted) to
connect with the several Trains goiny South a West
on i the Catawissa and VilIinmsport Rail Road, and
with those going North and South on the Lack. &.
HisOWNIBUS-ES are in rood condition, commo
dious and comfortable, and chari es reasonable.
C7 Persons wishisg to meet or see tt-ir friends
depart, can be accommodated, upon leasnnrble
charges, by leaving timely notice at any of the Ho
tels, JACOB L. CIRT0N,
Eloomslinrg. April 27. 1?64
S23. ri00P5KiriT8, S23.
IlooKio V Ou n sialic."
MAScrACTCBED and Sold
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
No (128 ARCH Street, Philad'a.
The most complete assortment of La lies Mises
and Children's HOOP fKIRTS. in this City ; gotten
u- expressly to meet the wasts of first oi.ass
Trade ;einhracin the newest and most desirable
Styles and Sizes of "Gore Trails of every leagth
from J 4 to 4 yds. round. -JO to 5H Springs, at 2
to 55 00. Plain Skirts, all lengths, from s.'i to 3 yds
round the bottom at SI 40 to SI 15.
Our line of Misses'and Children's SKIRTS, are
proverbially beyond all competition f ir variety of
styles and sizes -as well as ior flaish nnd durabili
ty ; varying from 8 to 33 inches in length. . to 42
gP'isjs at 35 centsto i 25. All Skins of "OUR
OWN MAKE." are Wairastks togive Satisfaction ;
out But kon as fccrt, unlcssthey have, -llnpkin's
Hoop skirt Manufactory, Aio. 5iS Arch Street"'
Stamped on each 'l ab I
Also constantly on hand, good Skirts, Manufac
tufed in New York, and the Eastern States, which
wc sell at very low Prico. A lot of chCHn Skirts
15 -prings. 5 cents ; 20 springs. $1 0035 springs.
tl 15 3' springs, $1 25 and 40 springs $1 50.
tJT Skirts, made to O der and Repaired.
ft " Tiiaas Gash. O.se Prick Oklv I
March 7. JfCb. 4inos,
ATTOIW'SI - AT - LAW,
OJJl're oppose Fot office, orer Iljrtmttn's slore
Uuck l'ay, j'otmty, Pensio-is and Gov
eminent claims promptly collected.
Bloomsburg, Apr. 4, '6G.
VYjf. C. HS5SZET, CEO. W. CARPENTER.
C. TV. CARrE.VTER, IIESZE V & CO.
737 Market St. one door below th. Pn ladelphia,
. DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS.
PAINTS OILS. GLASS, VARNISHES, DYE,
And every other article sppertair ing to tbe
business, of tbe best quality, and at the
lowest Market Bates.
March 23. 18GG.
g90 A iflOATH! Agents wanted
tT for nix emfirdn w ri'.s, lust Q"t. A-
.t - -- .li ,r-""i!-'V? V 7'
m- mi-sh hi m "njjj.
Tbis Snnff has thoroughly proved itself to be tbe
best article known for caring the CiTiitn, Cold i
thb Head and IIeadachk. it has been found an ex
cellent remedy in many caces of Sore Eyes, brir
hkss has been removed by it and Hears ik has often
been grvatly improved by its use.
It is fragrant and agreeably, and
GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIKF
To the dull heavy pains caused by diseases cf the
Head. The sensation arier udinz it are delightful and
invigoratiag.lt open and purges out all obstructions,
strengthens the glands, and gives a healthy action to
the parts anocted.
More than Thirty Years'
Of Sale and use of Da. Marshall's Catarrh and
Headache S.Nt rr, has proved itsgr'at value foi all
the common Diseases oi l he Head. and at this moment
it stands higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the best pbvsicians,
and is used with great success nud oatislactiun eve
rywhere. Readthe Cert ficates of Wholesale I)rrjf
pisfs in 1854
The undersigned, having fo- many years been ac
quainted with Dr. MaRshaan's Catarrh and Head
ache Surrr. and sold it in our wholesaletrade cheer
fully state. that we elieve it to be enu.H in every re
tl ect, to the ree..iiit..nd atinns given of for the cure
of Catarrhal ArTeclioiw, and that it is decidedly the
best article we h;iveever known for all common dis
eases ol ihe Head.
Burr Sl Perry, Boston,
Reed, Austin 4c Co
Brown. I.amson St Co
Reed, Cntlwr St Ce
Setli W Fowle, "
Wilson. Fairbank tc Co.
Henehaw. Kdmniids St Co
Rarnes Park. New
A B Sc. D Sands.
Stephen Paul 4c Co
sru I Minor a. Co
M'Keggon tc llnbbins
A I. Scovill dtco
V5 Ward, i lose it Co
H II Hay. Portland. Me.
Bush tc Gale,
ForS.ile bl all DriiTixta Tor Ir
Feb. 3, 1SWJ ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
CThe original Medicine CFt-iMit hd in 1837. and
fir! article of the kind ever introduced under tin
name of "Pulmonic Waeers." in this or any other
country; all other Pulmo lie VVaf.;rs are counterfeits.
'Itie genuine can be known by the name BRYAN be
ing stamped on each Wafer.
These Wafers have been hefore the pnblic for nearly
Thirty Years and the immense sale atta ned, not only
in America but in foreign countries, fully attest their
intnnt.ir. wr'h. The medical properties are superior
to any other article offered for l he cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial auctions .and the quantity contained in
each box is nearly double thai of Ihe many wor'.hless
Lryau s Pulmonic Wafers
cure Coughs, Colds, Sore Thront. Hoarseness, Asthma.
Catarrh. Bronchitis. Difficult Breathing, Spitting of
Blood Pains in the Che. Incipient Consumption and
all iiseases of the lungs. NoiaQ'ording o ily temporary
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting cure and are
warranted to give satisfaction in every instance. -They
do n-t nauseate like alcoholic compounds, and
the medical prope.ties ar combined in a form so
ugrceable and pleasant to the las tu. that a.iy child
will readily take them One dose 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
most i-evere occasional hoarseness ; and their regular
use for a few days will, at all times. increase the pow
er and flexibil'ty ofthe voiee, greatly Improving its
tone. co pass and clearness, for which purpose they
are regularly used by many professional vocal ists
The very great celebrity of Una valuable remedy has
iniu.tcd unprincipled persons to prepare basa imita
tions, which disappoint the jut expectations of the
purehaser, and injure the character of the genuine
See that the word "BRYAN," is stamped on earb
Wafer, and also observe ihe fie simile nf the signa
ture nf the Proprietor. "JOB MOSEV on earh wrap
per, to counted it which is poroert. C7" Offending
parties will be dealt with to the full extentof the la wl
Bhtan's PclMI'Nic Wafers ere fur sale by ail Drue
gists. JOB MOSS Sole Proprietor, 27 Cortlandt St , N. Y
Feb. 3,lc;W ly.
THE GREAT EXUMSU JlE.UEDi.
PROTECTED EY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.
STR JAM ES C L A R K E " S
Celebrated Female Pills.
rrepareifrom a preieriplionof sir ..Clarke. M. D.,Phy
sician EziTaoniiuaof toth'. (Jueen.
This invaluable ineii me is unlailin; la the cure of
nil those painful and dangerous diseases to which the
f.-mal'! constitution is subject. It moderates all ex
cess and removes all obstruction. from whatever cause
and a speedy cure may be relied on
AO M AH HIED LADIES,
it is particularly suited. It will, in a short time, bring
on the monthly period with regularity,
til l' li bottle, puce One Dollar, hears liie Government
M.uop of Glcat Britain, to prevent counterfeits,
The'e rills rhouli not be taken by Females dnrin" the
FIRST TintF.E MO.YTflS of Pregnancy, they are"sure
tobring on Micariare,but at nry other lime they aresafe
Every women kuon s that thu bloom of health iuul
fade, with the slightest irregularity or obstruction of
the menses. These Pi. Is are truly the woman's friend
iu the hour of trinl, snd the only sure, positive and
never failing cure and rt guiatnr f Suppression of na
lure from wha ever cause So mild Inat the feeblest
can tak. them with perfect security yet so powerful in
their ejects, thai iney may be safely called, a never
In all cases cf Nervous and Spina! Aff-ctians. Tains
in the Back and Lioibs, Fatigues I ipht crertion. Pal
pitation of the lleiirt. Hysterics, aud Whites, these
Pil's will eff ct a cure when allothermpnns have fai
ed ; acd although a powetful remedy, do not com ain
iron", calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the
Full directions in the pamphlet arounJcach package
which should be raretuHv preserved.
SOLD Br .ILL IWUOG1STS.
Sole General Ageut for the United Stales and Driiiah
JOB MOSES, 27 Cortland St., Now York.
N. B $1 00 and 6 three cent postage stamps en
closed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottle,
containing 50 Pills, by return mail, securely sealed
from ail observation.
Feb. 3, 'Oti. ly.
HC. II O ff E R,
E--rC "1 ' I. ' I t i . ,r i
' ' -w'TW ""'-is ins proiess-
rv-?; ional services to the ladies and gentle
men of PI nmsburgnnd vicinity. He is
prepared to atiend to all the varions
operations in the line of iiis profession andis provide d
wiht'ie l.-uest improved PuHCF-LAIJ TKF.Tll; u hici
w II l.jin-rted on gold.pl.it ma. silver and rubber br e
lo loi-'xw' II as the natuial teeth
.Mi lertl plate and blcck teeth iiianufartured ar all
o en ti'-ns on teeth.cn refully and propi-rly attended t '.
Ite-.ir'eiice and oih e a few doors above the Court
I! nie. same side.
Bl e.nsl)iirc. June fi lPf,3
PllUTUUKAtilS ! tUUlUOUAl liS I !
A NEW G.ILLVJtY IX BLOOMS
BUHG. yHE tinderstpned tnkes pleasrue in announrin"
V that be has opened a Gallery in the large Room
over Hartman's More, in Bloomshurg. Pa., for P ho
tograplnc and Kindred Art. no is prepared to take
Pictures of all kinds.
Having procured the service of an experienced
Artist from New York, he is prepared to do all
kinds of Picture takiig.
Ri .Call aud see before going t Ise where .
. . A.A.HEMPSTEAD.
January 31. lSGfi-3in.
m LUMBIA CO., VJi.
4T J a y'it nb snbscriber. nronrietor
of the above named rv
tensive establishment, is no
prepared to receiie orders
All Kinds of Machinery,
for CoMeries, Rlast Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILLS, THPESHIVG MACHIN ES, kC. &.C.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
patterns, p'ow-irous, and everything usually made in
His extensive facilities and practical workmen, war
taut him in recviyiug the largest contracts on the
m -t reasonable terms.
jy Grain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
n This establishment is 1ca.ed near the Lackawa
na S, Bloomsburg Railroad D pot.
Kloomshurg. Sept. 12, 1863.
I OF NEW GOODS.
Which are to be sold cheaper than ever. If you
want bargains, call at
in ROHRSBCRG. Coliimhia Connty. where you will
find a good assortment, well selected
Any article out of the usual line can he easily pro
cured, as we have a buyer In the City ail the time.
Coimlry Proi.'uce, f all Kinds,
taken in exchange for Goods.
Eoirsburl, May 23, lSC6.-lm.
JOHN C. YEAGER & Co.,
MAN! FACTURER t WHOLESALE DEALER IN
OX HATS, CAPS,
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
JYcw Stock of Clothing
wmmsm inwiiiL if
Suriii-aiul Summer Goods.
MJ11N STREET, HLOOMSnuilG,
two doors above the Jlmirican House,
u Va? J9 Jl,",t received from New York and
Phi ladelpbia, a lull assortment of
iUi-n and I5oy i lotlun-,
including the most fesbionable. durable and band
some, D'tESS GOODS, consisting of
llox. Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Coats, and Pants,
of nl I sorts, size, nnd colors. IIu also has replen
ished Iiis already large stock of Fall and Winter
ShawU; striped, figured and plain Vest, shirts,
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fancy articles.
N P. He ha constantly on hand a large and well
selected assortment of Cloths and Vestings. which
lie is prepared to make up to order, into any kind of
clothing on very short notice and in me best of m in
ner. All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
of borne innnufacture.
A N D
r,f every Description, Fin-and Cheap. His Case of
Jewelrv is not surpassed in this place, ('all and ex
amine his geueral assortment of Clothing, Watches,
lewelry, ic. dec,
Bloomsburg, April 20. I860.
Fit KS II ARRIVAL
AT I'ETKK ENT'S STOKE,
IN LIGHT STREET,
OF AiM SUJMIEII
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
HAS just received from the Eastern
Cities and Is now opening at the old stand a
splendid asgoitment of
LL C23 ur cs ZEi si jiq. cL 0. 23 '. 3
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OU UOUN I'KY PRODUCE !
His stock consists nf Ladies' Dress Goods, choicest
styles aud latesl fashions,
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, CARPETS,
SILKS, SHAWLS, Kcadv Made
Clothing SATINETS, CSSIM
E RES.COTTO N A I) ES, R E N T U CK Y
JEANS, THREAD, &C.
C3 tsi CE CJ 12 122 2 S
QUEENS WARE, CEDAR WARE,
HARDWARE, M EDICIN ES,DRUG S,
COOTS AM) SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short, everything usually kept in a country
The patronare nf hi' o'd friends, and the puclic
generally, is respectfully solieiied.
1 he highest market price paid lor country produce.
Light Ftrfcet7May2, 13Co.
Lackawanna & Bloomsburg Railioad.
ilm a e spssi
CT TWO DAILY TRAINS.' -a
ON AND AFT' R QVEMRRR 27, 1C5, PAS
SENGER TRAINS VTll.l. ktN AS FOLLOWS:
LEAVE SOL" T II W A R D.
P .M P. VI A M.
Leave Srranton, 4 4) 6 Su
Ksna.-ton, COO F..5
" liloomslurg. tj.-.M) S.Sd
Arrive at Noithuinherland 9.5(1 10 35
LEA V t. NORTHWARD.
A M PM
Leave Northumberlatid. 7.U0 5 "0
Danville. 740 5 4"
" P.loomsburg, 8.'J5 6 j5
Arrive at Scrniti.n. 12 41) l'i 15
Trains leavin? Kingston at S.30 A: M for Prranton
connect with Train arriving at New Yor at 5 M
Leaving Noi tliumhe'lind al f.Ot) A M.and Kinsston
2 M P. M , connect with Train arriving at New Vork
at 10.55 P. M.
Passencer taking Train Sooth from Scranton at 5 50
A M via tliiiinberhind.reai h llurrislnirsj -J :t'l P .M.
lialtiniore 5 : 0 P M.. V ashitL'tn 10 00 P .M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at 00 P M.
II. A. FOXDA. Supt.
Kingston, Nov, 25. 1SC5.
Union Business College
II AN'DEL AXD HAYDN II ALL,
Eighth and Spr'ing Garden Streets.
THOMAS MAY PIERCE, A. M.
President and Consulting Accountant.
Extraordinary Inducements I
NOVEL A: PER A VENT A R R WG EMEVT OF
LCSINESS COLLEGE TERMS,
From April 1 toOctoter 1, 1855,
AND SUCCEEDING YEARS.
LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS, including P.opkkerpina, Tu
siness Correspondence. Forms nnd Customs. Com
mercial Arithmetic, lliisines Penmanship, Detect
ing Counterfeit Money. St Commercial Law,
SCHOLARSHIPS, including same subjects as above.
Time limited to three months,
Penmanship, three months, - 7
Penmanship At Arithmetic, three months . $!u
The saving of coal ami cas in the summer months
is an advantase of such importance as enables t he
management oi'this Collcxe to uiuke a considerable
reduction in the summer rates.
From October 1. 1365, to April 1, 167.
Acd succeeding years, as before.
Life Scholarships 535
Scholarships, 3 months, - $jj
Penmanship. 3 mouths. ... . 5 ti
Penmanlup and Arithmetic. 3 monthr, - . si 1-2
ecil 'Perms roa Cilbs, Soldiers, no ron mE
Sons or Ministers and Tkicuers.
DAY AND EVENLN G 1NSTSUC
TION I OR ROTH SEXES
AND ALL AGES,
in Pankms. Store-keeping, Tlookkceping. Penman
ship. Pen Drawing. Phonoiraphy. Arithmetic, ITen
suration. Algebra. Geometry , Analytical Geometry,
The Cairuliis. Naviaation. Surveying. Kogineering'
Causing. Mining. Mocnanicnl Drawing, t ouimercial
Law, Gvrman. Telecraolilnf. aud ihe English
Branches, at moderate prices.
Endersed by the public as the most iiccesful Bu
siness College of the country, as is evideucrd by the
Four Hunilrf d and Two Students
have entered in the
FtR.r Sis Mohths or its Existence,
Principals of Drpnrtmrnls.
THOMAS MAY PIERCE A.M .,
GEORGE R. SVYHER. R. s BARNES.
mVN Alt? .J"" 1 T KKYXOLD3.
UL.NRYKLIVI. A K.ROGERSO.V. a.K..c.E
rppoited by an able Corps of As istcnts.
Call or send for a Catolocue. College Currency, and
Pierte's Practical I ducator.
fiicc-oai IVorlh Tilifh St
THOMAS M. PLIKCE.
April IS, lfdi. 3m.
Justice oT flic leacc,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scritrcner, and
Office Reaver Valley, Pa,
Will attend to liking Acknowledgements, Write
De.'ds. Montages. L.-iKes, Bonds. Notes. Agree
ments. See. Sorveying attended to with despatch.
Ch rres moderate.
PHILLIPS SCPER PHOSPHATE LI l E.Seymours
Patent Craia and Phosphate Drill, burnetii Re
volving Hay Rakea and Hand Kake for b.iIo by
PAXTON tc HARMO.V.
We claim for Philips Paper Phosphate that it eon
tains less moisture , is Diore uniform in quality, con.
tains mote agricultural value, than any other in the
market, and introduce the article to farmers in gen
eral as 1 a rtaple and standard articl intending to
in-.l'-p. it Tir.nan,.t lr,ln
F? O U T Z'3
- - CILEBK1TED - , . '
Hotsb anfl Cattle Fowflers
I long and favorably
known, will tnor
and cleansing tha
stomach and intes
tines. It is a sure prs
entivs of all di
eases incident 1m
ints antmal, such as Ll'SU ILYtat. ULACRS.-
M. r, xj 1, v' 1 1Y A-
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, ic. Its
use improves the
a smooth and
glossy skin and
miserable skeleton into a rlne-lookincr ni irnA
To keepers of Cows thlg orenaratlnn ! tn..in.Mi
It increases the quantity and Improves the quality
01 me muic. it baa ,
been proven by ao
tual experiment la
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make the
batter firm and
weet In fattening;
cattle, it gives them
an anrjetite. loosens
3 their hide, and
mac as fhom thrtvA .
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcer in
Wim Tut. rr. T tvn,
" " . ' 1 ,
&c, this article
acts as a specific.
By putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Pfice 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for SL
s. foutz sc uro.,
rnoiEsn.E Dr.ro and medicije depot.
Ho. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggist and Storekeeper through
cut tbe United States.
IL7" For sale at the Drug Store of
EY1ZR 4- MOYER,
Bloomsburg. Jan. 6. lfC6. I2mo.
IEW SEHRT rOEl 18 GO.
The Great Invention of the Age in'
J. V. BRADLEY'S Kew Patent DUPLEX ELLEPTIC
(or double) SPRING r-KlRP.
THIS IVVFNTIOS ronsit of Duplex (or two) E'
lipticPure Refined Steel Springs. ingeniously Braided
I ightly and Firmly tosethi-r, ede to edge, making;
the. Toucticst, most Flexible, F.lastic and durab e
Spring ever used. They seldom bend or break, like
the Single Springs, and consequently preserve their
perfect and beautiful shape more than twice as long
as any Single Spring Skirt thai ever lias or Can be
THE wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex Eliptir Skirt
will be experienced particularly in atl crowded As
semlilies. Operas, Carriages, Railroad Cars, Church
Pews, AP111 Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress,
as the fckut can be folded w hen in oe to occupy a
siiihII plce as easily aud coaveuiently as a Silk or.
A Lady having Enjoyed the Pleasure, Comfort and
Orcat Convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic
Steel Sprine Skirt for a single day will N'iver afler
war.'s v timely dipente with thcir nse. FofCWl
dren. Misses and Voting Ladies they are superior to-
1 1 ... i. .. . ..
THE HOOPS are rovered with 2 ply double twisted
tin i nl and will wear tw ire as lung as the Single yarn
covrini; which is used on all Single Steel Hoop Skirts.
The thiee bottom rodon every Skirt are also Double
Steel and tw ice or double covered to prevent the cov
ering from w. aring ort the rods when dragging down
si.iirs. $tne steps, etc . etc., which they are constant,
ly sulij":t h-n in use.
All aie made oi the new and elegsnt Corded Tip",
and are tli b--t quality in every pari, giving to the
wearer the mod trraceful nnd perfect shape, possible,
and are unquestionably the lightest, most desirable,
comfortable and economical Skirt ever Tuade
WEST S BRADLEY St CAKY, PROPRIETORS of
tbe Invention, aad SCL!i- MANL FACTURf.RS. M
4.11 AMULKS, and TO & El REibE CTRLEI'S, New-
Ft;R SALE in alt first class Stores in this City, and
ih'.rtiehuul the Tinted States and Caanada. Havana de
Cuba, Mexico, South America, and theWest Indies
Clr" lii'j'iire for Hie Duplex Elliptic (er doable)
March 21, If,r,.3miA it C.
MY HAPPY HOME-
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
Wild Cherry Bitters
Are pcrf-ctly pure and contain no poison or ox.
i mi substance. Tliey are compounded upon sMeii
tihcprineipies. and ars adapted to the old and the
N inin;, the rtrong acd the Weak, and ae destined
tobe f.mud in every city. town, and hamlet in tha
civilizou wori.i. They speedily cure
Jaundice, Dysptpsiat. all forms of In
digestion, Hour Stomach 9 Rheumz
tism, Scro'vla, an.t all
IMPURITIES OF THE I3E00D,
Drop.y, Nervous AfT-ctinns. Kidney Diseases Liv
er Complaints. General Prostration, anl Ner
As a Morning Appetizer no other Tonic or Stimu
lant in the universe ran equal them. For disorder
ed digest on. imperfect circulation of the blood, and
exhausted vital euemy they give permanent ard
For CouL'hs snd Colds they aie superior to any
Cherry Pectoral. They cleanse the stomach and
purify the bl od. acting direi tly upon the Liver, the
creat sent of disease ; thev soon restore it lo a sound
and healthy state.
To persons of Sedcntsrv habits, delicate Female
and nursing .Mothers, and those who fee 1 a loss of
strength, or a ant f ambition, these bitters wil I
be fsuud ot incalculable valuu. One tiial will con.
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It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad
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U:UE LAST Vt AUD.
Erie Mail Train.
Ens E.Tprem Train,
II 3ft P. M.
5 40 A M
Llmira Mail i ruin.
10 S6 A n
Erie Vail Train. 4 59 A M
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Flmira Mail Tiaiu, 4 4 P M
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Philadeipbia and Erie.
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