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' -A GEICULTDR A L.
''"IULo ycur o;va clover gcej' ' fiJid', so it
trit! an' iwrarlss har 3," like noarly all ag-
-rienktiral precept, need qualification. On
aIicat farm it Li not easy to grow too much
clover, provided it is all consumed on the
' farm, or plowed in aa a manure ; but it is
quite easy tu raioc .
Clover K perhaps, all thingsconiidcred, the
- best renovating crop that can be grown . on a
wheat farm. Like peas and beans, clover 13
.a Wsuaihioua plant, and draws a considerable
quantity of ammonia from - the atmosphere,
while Iti deep roots penetrate the subsoil and
bring up potash and other iugredients of
plantrfood. It b admirably adapted to our
climate," and a3yet "clover sickness," -which
ia 60 troublesome on the light soils of Eng
lAncL L3 known in few localities in.thia coun
try. , " - " " .
Whether it is best for farmers to , raise
their own seed is a question which deserves
consideration. ."We have urged them to do
go because we think they will be more likely
to sow more if they have plenty 'of seed of
their own, man u- mey uuvo w uiwuwv.
But it should be borne in mind that the main
OUjt-Ci VI CJ"i"o 0 vVv- w
: the land, and it is undoubtedly true that let
: ting clover go to seed changes it from a ren
l ovating to an exhausting crop. ' J
John Johnston.in a letter now before us,
" says'he has frequently sold from $700 to
$1000 worth and over of clover seed, in a
TT ,1 1 Ij. - P 1.1.
ycAT. . X1C 11 um. ui xxivoM vuvu.
ble crops the farmer can grow, put he adds,
'I have known a crop of clover seed exhaust
the land more than a crop of wheat.' ' The
conclusion is this : , Clover is a great renova
ting crop when grown for hay, for pasture,
or for plowing under, and should consequent
ly be sown liborally. On the other hand,
raising seed is highly profitable, but some-
what exhausting to the land. Eaise clover
seed, but use the money obtained from its
sale to enrich the land. , A bushel of clover
seed will usually buy six or eight bushels of
peas or beans, and these fed to stock on the
' fimi will rofn fn f riff soil, in the form of
manure, six or eight times as much plant
f.A aa Tiavm-nn rf r-lnrrr peed removed!
OnJ kU VI V s- V. w-i ,
Tin TiA ro rhMt. the soil. Do not induce
-f V uv J -v
it to eive you a cood crop of clover seed,
and then refuse it a share in the profits.
In raising clover seed, cut the first crop
early say in this latitude, the first or sec
ond week of June. It is also important that
. the first crop should be mown as evenly a
possible that the plants may start equally,
n-rl Hatnfnro nynr rt cvrl nriPTi nil nr. thft
LUVA WiAUl.U4V WVf V v- -
same time. ' It is desirable to get the seed
early, say the first or second week in Sep
tember. Occasionally a large crop will ripen
in October ; but at that season the weather
is usually un propitious, and a large number
of the heads when'rlpe are apt to drop off in
i A . V .. Trt Vt Itn-fVkWk and Dl Vi rT- lira
cut" ' A large growth of foliage is sometimes
obtained by so wing gypsum on the clover
after tlie hay crop is removed, but in a cool,
growing season, the seed in this case is apt
. to ripen poorly. -
" The largest crops are obtained, other things
being equal, from land seeded with nothing
butelover and in this case the seed should
be sown pretty thickly, say six or eight quarts
per acre. This thick seeding has a double
advantage : You get a finer quality of clover
hay, and the plants being thick on the ground
the crop is not so apt to lodge, ane can be
mown" more evenly.. Six. bushels per acre
is sdmetimea grown- on good land when clo
ver alone is sown, tut three or four bushels
is a fall average.- The expense of growing,
harvesting, and hulling is very little, and the
seed is practically nearly all profit.
Let not the farmer wha neglects and
starves his land think that he can get rich
by growing clover seed. The profits are not
for him. There is no better indication of
good land and good treatment than luxuri
ant crops of clover. The land that will pro
duce good clover will produce good ' wheat
or other grain and the negligent farmer de
serves neither one nor the , other. . Let him
him give the land good tillage and liberal
treatment, and it will prove grateful, but if
lie starves the soil tEe soil will starve him.
Hot "Weather If farmers get what they
hope and pray for, we shall have hot weather
throughout this month wih just rain enough
to keep things vigorously growing, and the
rain will most of it come in showers, without
wind, at night. A few drizzly days, coming
in . parte, at intervals through the 'month:,
would be most gratifying to those who want
to reset tobacco plants, or to plant out cab
bages, but what we most need is bright clear
weather tor haying. VV e caution our read
ers not to over work, and so lose an hundred
' fold more than they gain. ' Let farmerf see
to it that their men and teams have time to
eat and rest. Give the hands good wages,
-treatment, and exact, in return, prompt, ac
tive, cEigent labor, and devotion to' their
' employers interest A word to those who
have never had the charge of farm hands :
Take care yor. Inow how much a man should
do in an hour or day, and never exact too
much, nor be satisfied with too litthi. He is
a very faithful man who will not taie advan
tage of the ignorance of his employer in these
particulars. . When there is necessity for
lively work, or work during hours or rest,
the men will always give it freely if they see
the need, but a few "spurts" gotten up with
out cause, will do much toward-: spoiling
ethcrwise good Lands. - . . . .
Ctniixa IIat, Stir well a3 soon as the
Ettn is hot, and when the grass is well wilted
and hot, rake it into loose windrows ; turn
these frequency, shaking out wet locks until
say 3 o'clock, then cock up and let these
He a day or two if, need be, but employ' the
first convenienf sun-shine after the next day
to shake the cocks out and warm them
through ; thenTgct the hay in. . This curing
in the cock is especially good for clover, " but
all hay is sweeter for it. " It should nerer get
dry and parched. . If dried slowly, the iuiees
iave a sort of honey-like character, and will
neither sour, -mould, nor. ferment in the
nor wia tlio icaves and .heads drop
s in I r:-.r ' 'Ccm
..rzll ha very
is J'ict dra
THE PERUVIAN-SYRUP i -
13 A PROTECTED SOLUTIOM Ot" THE
Urotoxhlz ot Iron, X
a new discovery in rut dieine which '
.. BTR1KE9 AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE, BY.
gupplyinf tua Ciod wiLb x'.a vital ruiicuu, bi
TUii ! the iee'rei of tbe wonderful laeceil of thia
remedy io curing - ., . ,
Dyspepsi, Lifer OompUint, Dropsy,
. Chronic Diarrhoea, DoiI Nervoas
Affettions, Chills and Fererg 1
... Humors! Lost of Cou8ti- .
tutional vigor, Diseases
,' , of the Kidnejs &
- Bladder, Female
and all diaeages originating ia a
BAD STATE OP THE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a lour atato of tb
Being free from Alcohol in any form. lt enerpi
in j effVcxa axa not f..llowd by correaponding reac
lion.but are permaneul.iiifuang a'rength, vigor and
New Life inte all pnrtnof the ayateui, and bundinj
lip an IRON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY .
From the VtnerabU Archdeacon 8COTT. n. D.
Irwai. Canada Eat. March 24,1303.
' 'l am an inveterate Dyapeptie of more
than SS yeara" standing."
. have ao wonderfully benefitted in the
three abort weeka during which 1 have used the Pe
ruvian tifrup.ihat lean acarcely perauade myaclfof
the reality. People who bavx known me are aaton
ifhed at the change. J am widely known and can
but recommend to otbira that which haa done ao
much for mo
A CASE OF 27 TE.E3' STANDING CURED.
FromlNSLEV JEWETT. No. 15 Avon Place. Boston
' . ! hva auflered.-and aomctimca severely, for 27
yeara, from dyapeptie, I commenced taking tbe Pe
ruvian Syrup, and found ftninediaie beneAt from it.
In tbecoarae of three or four weeka 1 waa entirely
relieved from my fUlTuring, and hava enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever ainc." '
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON, PAVa:
I have been using the Peruvian Syrup for aome
time pat; it rjvee me new Vigor. Buoyancy of apir
its. Elasticity of Muscle.?
Thausmdt have itn ckanftd tf tkt um of tkii rematfy
from wemk, tuklg.nfferimf creatures. ttrtnjr.kealtnw:
and happp men d dun; mmd invalid cannot rmni
bljf AetUote tm five U trial,
A pamphlet tf 32 pagea containing certiflcatea of
eurea and reeommendaiiona from some of the most
eminent pbyaieiana, clergymen, and others, will be
sent men toauy addresa.
0"Uee that each botUebaa Fiacvia Stbop blown
in the glaaa. -
FOR SALE BY
J, T. DIWSMOEE, Proprietor, 36 Dey St.New JTork
BOUO BY A Li DllUGGlSTd.
All Medical Men asree that IODINE la the BEST
REMEDY for Scrofula and all kindred diseases ever
discovered. The difficulty has been to obtain a Pure
tJoLnnow of it. ' . .
Dr. 12. Anders' Iodine Water
Is a. Pure Solution of Iodine, WITHOUT A SOL
VENT 1 1 Containing a Pull Grain to each ounce of
: . . water. . ' , . . . , .
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and
has eared and will care SCROFULA in all iu mani
CLCER3. CANCERS. 8YPHILI3.SALT RHEUM ;
and it tins been used with astonishing success in ca
ses of Rheumatism, fly spep-iaf Cousutiiptioii.Feuiale
Com plaints. Heart, Liver and Kidney Dise jses. e.
Circulars will be aent mi to any one aenifiug their
adilress. . . .
Price SU0 a boUle. or 6 for $5.00 . .
Prepared by Dr. U. ANDEHd, Physician Ac Chemist
Pur Sale by
J. P. DLNSMORE. 36 Dey St. New Y
And by all Druggists.
yff ISTAR'S BALSAM OF
WIIiD CHER II Y
HAS BEEN USED FOR NEARLY
HALF A CENTURY,
with the most astouisbing aucccaa in curing
Coughs, Colds, lloareeoess, Sure Throat
' Iiifluanzi, Wbonpiog cough, Croup,
Liver complaint, Bronchitis, biffi
cult j of Breathing-, AstLma,
ad every affec-
THE THR OA T, L UJVU S 4- C11ES7.
which carries ofT more victims than any other dis
ease and which balfl the skill of the Physicians to
greater extent than any other malady, often
YIELDS TO THIS REMtDY
when all others prove ineffectual.
AS A MEDICINE
Rapid in Relief, soothing in Effect, aafe in it Oper
ation. IT IS UNSURPASSED !
while aa a preparation, free from noxious ingredinent
poisona, or minerals limiting skill, acim e.ai:d medi
cal knowledge; combining all that is valuable in the
vegetable kingdom for Ibis class of disrate , it is
and is entitled, merits, and receives the general con
fidence of tbe public,
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of Herman. N. Y-. write as follows :
"Wistar's Balsm of Wild Oijirrt fire universal
aatikfartion. It seems to cure a lough by lo. ning
and eU-anring the lungs. and allaying irritniion thus
removine the cause, instead of drying; up ine cnnph
and leaving tb cause behind. 1 consider the Ral.ain
as go d as any. if not the best, Cough me-iciue with
which 1 am acquainted."
Rev. Jacob Sechlee, of Hanover, Pa.
Well known and much respeetad among the German
populatiorf in this country. makes the fallowing state
ment fur the bvm-fit of tlif afflicted,
Dkak Mas llaviog realized in my family impor
tant bmeiits from the use of your valuable prepara
lion WuTAtu Balsam or Wild Chebxt it alfords me
pleasure to reconimund it to tbe public. Some eight
years ago one of my daughters seemed to be in a de
cline ann little hopes of her recovery were entertain
ed 1 then procured a bottle of your excellent Balaam,
and before she bad taka the whole of the contents of
tbe bottle there waa a great itcpruvement in ber
health. I buve.in my individual cae made frequent
use of your valuable medicjne.and have always been
benefitted by it.
, Trice One Dollar a Bottle.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE, 36 Dey Street. New York
BETH W FOWL.E, at fcON. Proprietors,, Boston.
AMD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
CURES CUTS.BURN3. SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES WOUNDS.BRCISES, SPRAItfS,
Grace a Celebrated Salve -
CURES BOILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
Grace's Ctlcbrated alve
CURES SALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve .
CURES CHAPPED HANDS. CHILBLAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salva
. HEALS OLD SORES .PRESH WOUNDS.te.
It is prompt in action, removes pain at onee. and re
duces tbe mmst angry-looking swellings and iuifla
nations, as if by magic tuna affurdimg relief and a
Ouly25 eents a box I (Sent by mail for 15 cents )
For Sale by
I. P. DIV3MORE 36 Dey Etreel,New York
3. W. FOWE SUN, Proprieto -s.Bostoq, and by all
Drnggists, Grocers, and Country stores.
January 27, lrton ly.
LiqTJOBsS i LIQTJSi
AVhocsnle anil Ilctail.
'r"HE subscriber would announce to the eitizns of
J Bloomsburg and vieioily, that he is selling
' LiaUOHS in large and small qiianil- ...
iiee and at different prices, at kis
ew atore. on Maia atreet. north aide
two doors south of Iron street. Blooms-
burs:. Ussstocaor roreiga aaa) bq. i;,'
consists af Co? aac aad Rochel e. Blackberry, Gin
ger. Raspberry and Lavender. Be has a large ass
- sss Da a S3 Us, a rm
Old Rye, gray with agi. fine Old Bourboa. Hd F lks
Whiskey, and any quantiiy of coirmoa. He also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeiras. Lisbon. Claret, Sherry and Canpagne
Wines ; and last but not least, a quantity of good
doube ex.ua BROWN STOUT; a U ot which he will
slt at the lowest eaio prices. The public are re -pectfully
solicited to give hrs 1 1 711 or a trial.
; , D- W, ROBB1NS. Agenu
CHARLES B. CilOCKWAY,
Bounties, Back-pay, Pensions, $c.t '
. - - . ' . collected. ' -
FTecia! attestion paid to matters arrisinr under
the Internal Revenue Laws.
C7" OFFICE, oca door wast of tbe Conrt Hoasa,
CLOTHING, E MPORIUM;
Acay opposite the Episcopal Chvt 'ch.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
V stock is composed cf fine clothing, mediom
and low priced adiipied to all conditions.
tastes and wants. ' He has the latest styles for the
season a ine assortment f
Overcoats and Ge atlcaen's. Shawls,
from low to the very best '
His Goodi ate. iathit nnble and well Made.
In addition to my stock of ready-made clothing, I
have piece goods for custoia orders. ,
Cloth, Cas-simcrei, &c, &c.
And having one of the first class enters, I guaran
toe ant in all eases and give satisfaction. Also a
variety of " : - : ? .
H OOLEX AND LIXEX ShIRTS,
Stoeklnr, Neckties. Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything In the gentienea's line or eiotniiig.
Also, hats, Boots and Siloes, Trunks and Carpet
bags, ' .
I will sell st tne lowest niaraet prices, riease give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
ANDREW J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg, Nov. 15, 186,'i.
Cntawissa Rail Rod.-On
aad after MONDAY. April . ldt'5. passenger
trains on tbe Catawiasa Railroad will run at the fol
lowing named hours ;
Mail t-outh statiohs. Mail North.
De. H.45 ant Willis.insport Arr.HI5p.rn.
9.17 . Muncy Dep. 5 45 "
9.4(5 Watsontown 5.16
1 11.00 Mi'inri ", 5 01
" 1U43, Danville - 4 2'l "
" itJIU Rupert 40
II.IO" Calawlssa 3.50
- 18. 18 pm Ringiown - V.35 "
12 . Suuimil. . 155
10't Quakalte " 1.40 "
1.20 " i E Mahimoy June. - I.S0
S.15 Dine Tamaqia. Dine 1.10
- 4 85 .Reading 10 40 it
An 7.00 " Philadelphia 8.00 "
10 35 ' lNrW York Kead- - BOO
JU I in-or Mnuch Chunk, j 0 00
No change of cars between Will js;n4oort and Phil
adelphia. GEO. VV. WEUB. Sapt,
April 18. 1P66
A LECTIKE TO YOUNG ME..
JUST published, in a sealed enve
lopo. Price 6 tents. A lecture on the
nature, treatment tnd radical cure of
Sptrtnatorhoca, or Seminal Weaknnss
fnvo'uiitary Emissions, sexual Debility and Imped
imcnts to Marri.ige generally. Nervousness. Con
sumption. Epilepsy, and Fits ; Mental and Physical
Incapacity, reaultinS from ?elf Abuse, fcc. By Rob
ert J. Culverwell, M, D.. ai.thor of th'j 'Green Book,'
The world renowned ant tor. in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from his own experience, that
the awful consequences of Sl f-Abuse may be effct
ually removed without Medicine, and without dan
gerous rurvical' operations, bongles. instruments,
rings, or cordials, poinlir g out a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, ay which every s 11 tit-re r.
no inalter what bis condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately and radically. This Lec
ture will prove a boon to thousands. Sent under
seal 10 any addresa, in a plain envelope, on receipt
ot aix cents or two postage stamps. Also Dr. Cul
vcrwell's Marriage Guide, price V5 cent. Address,
CHAS. si. C. KLIXE fc CO..
I'.'T Bowety, Ni:w Yoik, P. O. box 43r'C
April 18, le!ti. ly Peas 4; Co.
N-E. Cor. Tenth ani Cbtwtcut Streets.
The most complete and thoronshly appointed Easi
ness or Commercial College 111 tbe country.
The only one in the city pos.essinjr a Legislative
Charter.and the only one in the United States author
ized to confer Degrees of Mi-rit. Diaplomas awarded
to graduates in the Commercial Course under its cor
porate senl by authority of law.
Conducted by geutlemen of liberal education and
extensive experieoee in business, and affording une
qualled advantaees for the ihoronph theoretical and
piaclieal education of young men for tbe various du
ties and employment of business life.
THEORY ANU PRACTICE COMBINED
by a of system
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
oririnal and pre tnninrnt'y practical giving the stn-
dent in the shortest time a romp Icte irKieht into the
science of accounts, nrraiued an. I published bv the
proprietor of this Institution exclu.ively for his own
use. saving one-half tne ordinary labor of the st-idrnt
andcivinf him a complete k nowledgu of iht practice
of the bent accountants.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
mandbip, UusinesB Lorrerponderjce,
Commercial Law, Lectures on
Business Affairs, Commer
cial I'atoms, Forms,
aad Actual Busi
tlgebra and the Higher MatAewatie, PAonographf, Or
nancntrl Penmanship, the JiH o LletccUng
Counterfeit Money, F.ng ineelmg Sur
ttying, JVatigatisn sad
Tele-rra'f king .
The arrangements for 'leieirapning are far more ad
ranee of any thine of the kind ever our red to tbe pub
tic A regular Tele raph Line is connected with the
Institution wi'h tw nty branch offices in various
parts of the ci'y.where public business is transacted,
and in which the students of this fustitntion are per
mitted to practice. No regular rfice practice can be
bad in anv other school of instruction in the country.
without which no one can obtain a position as a prac
tical operator, vonnz men lire cautioned against the
deceptive representations of those who, without any
sucn facilities, preienu m ( sen 1 eiegrapnmg,
This Institution Is now enjoying the largest patron
tronnge ever betowed upon any Commercial school in
tfe State. Over nve hundrec students were in attt-n
dance the first year, and ov.?r seven hundred during
the oast year. Tbe bet class of stuilents mav inva
riably be found here, and all its associations are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
Thia Institution is located in the most central part
of the city, and ita ao ommcdaUons. for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unsurpassed. All th
rooms have Seen fitted np in the very best style with
HUSlN EdS UtTH'Gtl UK UUU tfTIU HOUSED.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE, (STATIONARY STORE
ATI 9 A BOtLAR
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND IS:HTE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes used
aa a circulating medium mine uvpartment or Actual
who desire the very brst facilities for a
Practical Edncalion for Easiness,
we guaran tee a course of infraction nowhere else
equalled, wbi'e the reputatisn and standing of the
Institution nmong business men make its endorse
ment the best passport to success and advancement.
Ail contemplating entering any Commercial College,
are invited to send lor an 1 iIjIsiKATlu
aClRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and full " particulars of the course of instruction.
- L. FAIUBIAKS, i. M ,
T. E. MERCHANT, SupU of Office Business.
Nov.4, ItHtS 12m.
LIFE HEALTH STUEXGIII.
LI FE HE A LI II- ST KE.XGTII.
LIFE HEALTH STltEXCTU.
Handreda and thousands annually die prematurely
when, if they would give tbe Great French Remedy,
DR. JUAN DELAXARRE'S
Celebrated Specific rills.
Prepared by Gabakciehi Sr. DrrWT, No. ?H Hue Lom
bard. Paris, from the prescription of Dr. Jnan lela
raarre. Chief Phvsiciau of the Hospital du Nord ou
Lariuoisiere a fair riat. th'y sioul t Dnd immediate
relieC and, iu a short time.be fully restored to Health
and Strength It ia used in tbe practice of many euii-nt-nt
Freeh physicians.witb uniform success. and high
ly recomuradedasthe only positive ad pecific hems
rfy for all persona suffering lrm General or Sexua
Debility, all derangements of the Nervous Forces
.Melancbaly.Spermatorrhoea or Seminal t.missions.al
Weakness arising from sexual Ez-Eoergy. Physical
Prostration, Nervousness, Weak Spine.t Lowness-of
f-pirita. Dimness of Vision. Hj-stencs, Pains in the
Bark and Limbs, Impotency, ate "
No I tnguagfean convey an actuate idea of the Im
mediate and almost miraculous change it occasions to
inedeomcted and shattered system In fact.it tan. is
unrivalled as an anfailing cure of the maladies above
Suffer no more, bat use 71 i 7rrf Frrnch Itemed ; it
will effect a cere where all others fail, and although
a powarful remedy, roaiuos naiag hurtful to the
most oVIieate eonstitotioo
PaVpblets.eoiitaining fullpaitknlars and directions
for using, in English.French. Spanish and German, ac
company each box, and also seat Ire to any address
when requested. ...
Pree One rHlar pr bo; Six boites for Five Dollars
80U by all Drat gists tbroujrliotit tbe world ; or will
be sent by mail, securely sealed from all observation,
by inrto'.m? sppcilVrl priev to an-r 8ur&orizrt arms
BKWJtRg, OF COUJtTEKFErTs itVD iMITATlOJfS.
Propt-ietors exriusive Ageat for America, &3CvfJl Q
MOSi-ZkJf CO., 27 Courltand St. New York,
AuUiorixed Agents for filoomsborr.
' . J rAJt f MOTFtb.-
JPaar'Ue rV. LJYCCCXi
READING ; RAIL ROAD.
hlMEIJ lilt ARUAKGliMEAT.
: v- April 23J, 1806. " '
freat Trunk Line From The North
X and North-West for Phlltdelphia. New York.
Beading, Pottsville.Tamaqua. " Ashland, Lebanon. Al
lentown. Easion. ate.
Traina leave llarrisburg for New Yora, aa follows .
At 3 0U. 740 and f. (15 A. M.. and 9.00 and 9 20 P M
connecting with alnrilar Trains on the Pennsylvania
Kail Hoad. and arriving at New York at 5.40 nd lo.ou
A. M and 3 40 and ltl.35 P. M. Bleeping Cars accom
panying the 3.00 and 9.30 A. M. Trains, without
Leave Harrisbarg for Reading. roiisviile.Tamaqua.
Mineraville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allcntown, and
Philadelphia at 7 40 A M. and 8 tm and 9 SO P M, stop.
ing at Lebanon and principal Way tHationa; th V.'iO
.M. Train making no close conneciinna for Potlsvillu
or Philadelphia. For Pottsvillo. Pc.iuylKill linven
and Auburn, via Schuylkill and Rusijuebanna Rail
Itoas. tens uarnsourg ai u r.iw.i
Returning ; Leave New-York at 0 Ii0 A. M. 12.00
noon and 8 30 P. M. : Philadelphia at t) 00 A. M. and
3 30 P. M ; Pottsvjlle at 8 M A. M. and 245 P M;
Ashland b 00 and II 15 AM. and 1 Oj P.M. Tamaiia
at 9 45 A. M, and 1 00 and H.io P. M
Leave Pnttsville for Harrifburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Rail Koad,at7.00 A M,
Reading Accommodation Train : Leaves Reading at
8 10 A. M- returning from Philadelphia at 5.00 P. M.
Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at 6 10 A,
M. and 0 15 P. M, for tphraU, Lttiz, Lancaster, Co
Oa Sundays: Leave New York at P.30 P M, Phila
delphia 8.' 0 A M. and 3.15 PM. the 8.0O A. M.
Ttaiu running only to Reading. I'ottsville B 00 A M,
Tamaqua30A M , ilarrifburg 0 05 A. M and Read
ing at 1.30 A. M. for llarrixbure. nnd 10 A. AI. for
Nw York, and 4 35 I. M lr Philadelphia.
Coiumu'ation. Mileage, Season, Sciiool and Excur
sion Tickets .o and from all point', at rdtir-d Hal-s
KaeEage checked thmusil ; cO pounds allow.d each
Passenger. G. A. Mi.llLI.S,
. Reading, Pa. April S3, lSoti.
Spring .anil SuniisiPi nod.,
rrllE subscriber has just returned from the cities
-l with another large and select assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York, at the
lowest figure, and which he is determined to sell
on as mo If rite terms aa can be proeured elsewhere
Ilia rtbek comprises
LAD;ES DHES5 GOODS
of the choicest styles and latest fagsiona together
with a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vt stings. Alio, Groceries,' ITardware, Cedar
Ware, Ilollow-ware, A'ais, Iron,
55 00 Aim GUOVS,
Bats and Caps, .c. In short, everything usually
kept in a country tores. to which he invites the at.
temion of the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for country produce
in exchange lor goods.
S. II. MILLER.
Rloomsbnrg. Nov. 92 I PAS.
iiv s UK a i c a ; co .ti pais y,
CAPITAL AND SIJlTpurs, - - $150,
Stock not called in, - -Bills
U. 8. 5-20 Bonds,
Temporary and call loans.
103 shares Wyoming Mann etora.
56 shares First National Bank at Wilks-Barre, 5.000
70 shares Second National Hank at Wilkes-Barre 7,000
46 slieres Wilkes-Uarre Bridge Stock. - - 2.50
Real Estate, 1,519
Judgment. - - - - - 10-2
Due from Agents and others, ... 7,414
Cash in hand and in Bank. ... l,e4i
G. M. HOLT.ENBACK, I. D. SHOEMAKER,
JOHN REICH ARD. M. M HOYT,
SAMUEL W A DMA MS, O. ;oLI.IVS.
CHARLtS DORRANCE, Wat. S. ROSS,
R D. LMHJB. fHARLE A MINER,
STEWART PIERCE, G M I1AKD1NG.
CM nOLI.EA:K. President.
L. O. SHOEMAKER. Vies Prea f.
K. C SMITH. Secbatabt.
F. liROWN. Agent.
March 25. 1PC3 " msburg, Pa.
. OMNIBUS LINE.
TIIE nndersigned would refpcctfully announce to
the citizens of Bloomsburg. and the public gen-
cmiiT. inni re is running
an OMNIBUS LINE, be
tween thia lace and thedif
ferenl Rail Road Depot, dal
ly. (Sundays excepted) to
ennnert with the aev:ral Trains goin? South a West
on the Calawissa and William.port Rail Koxd. and
with those going North and South on the Lack. Sc.
His OMNI BC3-ES sre in pood condition, commo
dious snd comfortable, and diaries reasonable.
Persons wishisg to meet or see th-ir friends
depart, can he accommodated, upon leasonrhle
charges, by leaving timely notice at any of t be Ho-
JACOB L. GIRTON,
Bloomsburg. April 27, jor
S28. WOOPSKiirrS, G28.
Hopkin s Own lake."
Mamcfactubcd and Sold
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
No 628 ARCH Street, Philad'a,
The most complete assortment of La. lies' Mises
and Children's HOOP SKIRTS in this City ; rotten
u-a expressly to meet the warts of fibrt olass
Tbads ; euihraeins the newest and most desirable
Styles and Sizes of -Gore Trails " of every tenth
from 2 J-4 to 4 yds. round. -M tn M Sprtngs. at 8
to $5 00. Plain Skirts, all lenstha, from 2 to 3 yds
round tbe bottom at SI 40 to $1 15.
Our line of Misses'and Children's SKIRT?, are
proverbially beyond all competition for variety of
styles and sizes -as well as :or finish and durabili
ty ; varying-from 8 lo 33 inches in length. t to i
gp-iajs at 35 eents to ft? 85. All Skins of "OUR
OWN MAKE." are WaBB anted to give Satisfaction ;
but But honb as .cch. unless they have, -Hopkin's
4toop Skirt Manufactory, No. biii Arch Street'"
Stamped on eat h l ab I
- Also constantly on hand, eooo Skirts. Manufac
tured in New York. and the Eastern States, which
wcsell at very ow Prico. A lot of chean Skirts
15 springs. c5 cents ; SO srrings. I 00 35 sprtngs.
$1 l5-3' prings. $1 25 and 40 springs SI 5U.
CP Skirts made to O drr and Repaired.
0 r Tsaas Gash. Oub Prick uili 1
, March 7. IBtiti. 4inos. .
ATTOR1VEY - AT - JLAAV,
. BLOOMSBURG, P.
Office opposite Pot office, over Horfnian's store
Buck Iay, Bounty, Pensions and Gov
ernment claims promptly collected.
. Bloomsburg. Apr. 4. '66.
,Wx. c. bkxszxt, aioi. w. cabpzktib.
. . Eitablislied 1828.
G. TT. CARPEXTEE, UEXSZET & CO.
737 Mabxe-i St. one door below Elh. Pfilapblthia.
- DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS.
- FAINTS OILS. GLAr-S. VARNlSlltS, DTES,
And every atber art iele. appertaining to the
baaiaess. of tbe Kest quality, and at tbe
lowest Market Rate
If arch 33. 1S6G.
C'OQA IflOTH! Agents wanted
Vr for tr entire! nrn mrtk'n. j1'"' oot. Ad
dresa O. T. GAREY. City Eujlding, Bedford. Maine.
JFl.-MARSHAUL'S - .
This Snuff has thoroughly proved Itself to be the
best article known for curing ihe CaTarbu. ColU ik
thr Nut and lliimciis. It has been fxnud an ex
cellent ivniedy in many eaces of Sore Eyes, Drat
Bess has been removed by it aad Hsaboih has often
been greatly improved by its use.
It Is tragrani anl agreeably, and
(JIVES IMMKtllATE REUFF
To tbe doll heavy pains rauaed by diseases of the
Head. The sensation a'ler using it are delightful and
InVigorating.K opens ami purges nut all obstructions,
strengthens the glands, and gives a healthy action to
the parts affected.
More tnan THirty Years'
OfSaleand use of Da. Marshall's Catarrh and
Hsabachb Snuff, has proved its gr t value for all
the common diseases of t he Head, and at thia moment
itsinnda higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the best physician,
and i a used with great succesa and eatiafaclion eve
rywhere. Keadthe Certificates of Wholesale Drug
gists in 1854
The undersigned, having fo- many years been ac
quainted with Dr. M aBshasr's Catarrh and Head-
At he t-wurr, and sold it in our wholesalelrade cheer
fully suite. that we elieve it to be equal in every re
fcl'ecl, to the ree mti.cnd ationa given of for the cure
of Catarrhal Affet lions, and that it is decidedly the
best article we have ever known for all common dis
eases of the Head
tturr t Perry, Boston.
Barnes Park. New Yoik
Reed, Austin dt Co
Brown. I.amson It Co "
Reed, Cutlur st Cs "
A r sc D Sands, "
Stephen Paul Si Co
Israel Minor Co
M'Kesson It Robbina "
A L Scovill at Co
M Ward, i lose at Co "
Seth W Fowle,
Wilson. Fairbank Ic Co.
lieusliaw, Edmands It Co
II II liay. Portland. .Me.
Bush It Gale, "
For Sale b all Druggists
Feb. 3, 1BCC ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
CJ-The original Medicine eatiblitbed in 1837. and
first article of the kind ever introduced under th.
name of "Pdlmohic Waters." in this or any othr
country; all other Pulmo tic Wafers are counterfeits.
The genuine can be known by the name BRYAN be
ing stamped on each Wafer.
TlK'se Wafers hnvu been before the public for nearly
Thirty Years and Ihe immense sale alia ced.net only
in America dji hi foreign countries, fully attest their
intrinsic w-r'b. The medical properties are superior
to any other article offered for the cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial adVctioiis.and the quantity conuined in
each box is nearly double that of the many worthless
Lryan s Pulmonic Wafprs
cure Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat. Hoarseness.AMhma.
t'atarrh. Bronchitis. Difficult Breathing, Spittins of
mood fains in tne cnei iu ipieiit uonnumption and
all liseases of the lungs. Notaffordiug o ily temporary
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting cure and are
warranted to give satisfaction in every instance.
They don-t nauseate like alcoholic compounds, and
the medical properties are combined in a form so
agreeable and pleasant to' the taste, that any child
win reaaiiy taae mem. une dose wil I always atford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists and Public Speakers, the Wafers. are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove the
most severe occasional hoarseness : and Iheir recular
use for a few days will, at all times.increase Ihe pow
er ami neximpiy oi tne voiee, greaiiy improving its
one. compass and clearness, for wbich purpose thi-y
are regularly used by many professional vocalihts
The very great ceiebrily of this valuable remedy has
m ii. a unprmcipiea persons to prepare bass imita
tions, which disappoint the jut expectations of the
purnhaser, ana injure tne character of the genuine
See that the word "BRYAN," is stamped on earh
Wafi.r. and also observe the fan simile of the signa
ture ofthe Proprietor. "JOB MOSEsS" on each wrap
per, to countefeit which is forgery, OCT" Offending
panics win ne ni-nii w n u m wic inn extent o l tne law
Brtar'r Pulmonic WafilBs are for sale by'ail Drug
JOB MOSFS. 8ole Proprietnr,27 Cortlandt St , N. Y
t ub. a, lsoo ly.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
PROTECTED BY ROYAHLETTER3 PATENT.
SIR JAMESCL VRKE'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
Prepared from a prescription Sir J.Clarke. M. VPAf
sician Exiraordiuaoy to thi Queen.
Thia invaluable niepirine is unfailing in the cure of
all those painful and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is shiiji ci. II moderates all ex
cess and removes all obstruction, from whatever eauae
and a speedy cure may be relied on
iO MAURI ED LADIES,
it is particularly suited. It will, in a short time, bring
on tne nioniniy periou nun regularity.
fcr.arn bottle, price une uoii.ir, Hears tne l.nvernment
Stamp of Gleat Britain, to prevent couiiteifeils,
Thete Pills 9hould not he taken he Females during the
FIRST TURF.E MOJVTHSof Prcnanr, the are sure
tohring on Mcariage,but at any other time they aresafe
Eveiy women knows that the bloom cif health mu.l
fade, with the slightest irreguinrity -r obvtructiou of
t he menses. 1 hese Pi. Is are truly the woman's friend
iu the hour of trial, snd the only sure, positive and
never failing rure and re gulator "I Miprei.n f na
lure from wha ever cause So mild Inat thefeehet
ran takfthem with perfect security yet so powerful ia
their eJects, that tuey may be safely called, never
In sll raes of Nervous and Spinal Aff-ctins Pains
in the Back and I.iuibs. raliguea light erertion.l'al
pitation of the Heart, Hysterics, and Whites, the-e
Pit's will eff ct-a cure when ailothermeans have fai
ed : and although a powerful remedy, do nnt contain
iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the
FuH directions in the pamphlet around cacb package
which snoum ne cnreiuiiy preserver.
SOLO BY ALL DR VOOISTS.
Sole General Agent for the Coiled States and British
JOB MOSES. 91 Cortland St.. New York
N. B fl 00 and 6 three cent postage stamps en
closed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottle
containing 60 Pills, by return mail, securely sealed
from a'l observation. ,
Feb. 3. 't.0.-ly.
HC. HOWE R,
KFSPEl Tr ULLY offers his profess
lonal services to tne ladies and gontlc
men of lt.ontburgand vicinity. He is
prepared 10 at'end to 'iill th various
opjraltons in the line ot ins profession andis provided
w-tli fie latest improved P'JHCF.LAIJi TKETH: w hirl
w II bd inserted on gold.platina, silver and rubber br e
toloi-sw II as the nntuial teeth
Ml ipmI plate and blck teelh manufactured ar all
oi er; li'-ns on tecth.carefuily and properly attended t
Residence and office a few doors above the Court
H Hiie. same side.
Pl K.ii8biire. June 0 rf3
rilUTUtiRAMS I tUUHjURArliS 1 1
A NEIF GJILIAZRY IN BLOOMS
TIIE undersigned takes plpasrue in announcing
that he lias opened Gallery in the large. Koom
over Hartman's Store, in Bloomsburg. Pa., for Pho
tographic and Kindred Art. tie is prepared to take
i Kiurci nil niuus.
Havinr procured the service of an experienced
nm irum new rora.ne is prepared to do all
s u ay iciurc KslaVlf'.
C- Call aud aee before going elsewhere.
A. a. UtiMrSTEAD.
January 31. 1656 3in.
2?r . BI.OOMSHUKG.CO
to receite orders
All Kinds of Machinery,
for Colleries, Blast Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILLS, THPESHING M ACHIN ES. fcC. 4.C.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
patterns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
His extensive facilities and practical workmen, war
i a nt him in receiving the largest contracts on the
m t reasonable terms.
lC7 Grain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
ft This establishment is loea-ed Bear tbe Lackawa-
na 4 Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 13. 18G3.
JOHN C. YEAGER & Co.,
MAM FACTUREa It WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Q. HATS, CAPS,
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
No. 257 North Third Street. Phila'd.
Nov -SI. 18153
D EPINEUIL & EVANS,
Civil Enjineers and Patent Solicitor.
No. 435 WALNUT STREET.. Philadelphia.
PATENTS solicited Consultations am Engineering
Draughting and Sketches. Models and Machinery
of a'l kinds mads and skil'ully attended to. Special
attention given to K EJECTED CASES and INTER
FERENCE. Authentic Copies of all Documents
from Patnt t'flice procured.
N B. Save yourselves useless trouble and trav
eling expenses as there is no actual need for person
al Interview with us. All busit)es with trrse ra
ces can be transacted in writing. For farther in for
matioB direct as above, wirts stamp enclosed for Cir
cular with references.
JYew Stock of Clothing.
Sirin mid ui.itiicr Goods-
I NVITpS attention to his sto k of cheap and fash-
i lonaoie uioiinug at nia More, on
MsJX STREET, HLOOMSBUIIG.
two doors uhove the JJmirican House,
where he has jut received from New York and
rat ladeiphia, a lull assortment of
ITIcii and Boy's Clothing,
ncluding the most feabionable. durable and hand
some. DK ESS GOODS, consisting of
liox. Hack, Frockf Gum and Oil Cloth
Coals, and Pant 9,
of all sorts. size. and colors. He also has r-nle-
ishnd his already large stock of Full and Winter
Shawls ; striped, figured and plain Vests, shirt.
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sua-
peoura ana ianry articles.
N B. He hnaconstantly on hand a larae and well
selerted assortment of Cloths tin I VestuiKs. which
he ia prepared to make up to onl. r. into any kind of
cunning on very siurl notice ana in tie best of in .li
Ai: his clothing la made to wear and most of it ia
of home manufacture.
A N D
dj zmsr- rH rr-a m
rif every Description, Fin- and Cheap. His Case of
Jewelry is not snmassed in ihi. nlsm l'u snrf
amine his geueral assortment of ;ioihing, Watches,
eweiry, sic. ate
DAVID LO WEN BURG,
Bloomsburg, April 20. lcC5.
AT I'ETKK EN 'PS STOKE.
IN LIGHT STREET,
OF SPiilIG All SU.TI.TIKR
GREAT REDUCTION IS PRICES
I 1 AS ins! received from llio Eastern
X JL Cities and is now opening at the old stand a
splendid assQiureiii oi
tr c& Da si m c51 3. 23 cfe a
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OK COUNTRY PRODUCE
Mis stock con it of readies' Dress Goods, choices
tv I rat nml lntiL fAahinnm.
KLANNELS, HOSIERY, CAKI'E I S.
SILKS. HAVLS, lUatlv Jlmlt
Clothins:. Satin ETiS, cssi.i.
EKES.CO TTON A DES. KENTUCKY
JEANS, TUKEALl, &C.
QUEENS WARE. CEDAR WARE.
HARDWARE, MEDICIN ES,D RUGS,
COOTS AM) SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
in snort, every wing usually Kept in a country
The patronage of hi o'd friends, and the puclic
generally, is respectfully solicited.
'1 he highest market price ia i for cotiutry produce.
Light Street, May 2. ie6C.
Lackavanua& Cloomsburg Railroad
TWO DAILY TRAINS, -a
-N AND AFTKR NOVEMBER 27, 1805. PAS
J SENUER TRAINS WILL RI,N AS FOLLOWS
LEAVE S O U T II W A R D
P M PM
Leave Seranton, 4 4i
' Kingston. 6.00
" Bloomsl org. g.-'O
Arrive at Northumberland 9.50
Leave Northumberland, 7.00
" Danville, 7-40
" Bloomsburg, 8 2i
Arrive at Hcranton. 12 40
Traina l-avinr Kingston at S 30
ennnert with Train arriving at
A: M for Scranlon
New York at S.'O
leaving Not tnuuibe-1 md at e!.0U A .!. and Kingston
i 30 P. M , connect with Train arriving at New York
at lu.oi r. in.
Passenger taking Train South from Scranton at 5 5
A M via Noithiinbirland,reah llarrisburg i M P M
Kaltininre 5 :'0 P M.. Wanhington 10 00 P M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at 7 00 P M.
11. A. FONDA, Supt,
Kingston. Nov. 23. l?r5.
$25. THE $25
Union Business College
HANDEL AND HAYDN HALL,
Eighth and Spring Garden Struts.
TIIOltfAS MAY PIERCE, A. M.
President and Consulting Accountant.
Extriordinary Inducements !
NOVEL It PER A NEXT A R R . Vf! F. M ENT OF
bL'SINESS COLLEGE TERWS.
From April 1 to October I, 1866.
AND SUCCEEDING TEARS.
LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS, including Bookkeeping. Pu
siness Correspondence. Forms and Customs. Corn
nicrnal Arithmetic. Cusiness Penmanship, Detect
ing Counterfeit Money, at Commercial Law,
SCHOLARSHIPS, including same subjects as above.
Time limited to three months.
Penmanship. three months, 37
Penmanship si Arithmetic, three months - SlU
The saving of coal and cas in the summer months
is an advantage of such importance as enables the
management of tbis College 10 make a considerable
reduction in tbe summer rates.
From October 1, 1866, to April 1, 1867,
Atd succeeding years, as before.
Life Scholarships .....
Scholarships, 3 months, - - tli
Penmanship. 3 months, ... . g:n
Penmanship and Arithmetic. 3 months, - - $12
SrsctAi. Terms roa Cuss, Soldiess. and roa 1111
Sons or Ministers and Teaiuer.
DAY AND EVENING 1NSTSUC
TI0N FOR BOTH SEXES
AND ALE AGES,
in Ranking. Storekeeping, bookkeeping. Penman
ship. Pen Drawing. Phonography. Arithmetic, Men
suration, Algebra. Geometry . Analytical Ceoinetry,
The Calculus. Navigation. Surveying. Engineering.
Gauging. Mining-, Mechanical Drawing, Commercial
Law, German, Teiegraoliln, aud the English
Branches, at moderate prices.
Endersed by the public as the most successful Bu
siness College of the country, as evidenced by tbe
Four Hundred aud Two Students
have entered in the
FiRsr Six Moxtbs or its Existkhcc,
rrmripals of Drpartmrnls.
THOMAS MAY PIERCE A.M.,
GEORGE B. SNYDER. R. KARNES.
C. N. PARR. Jr., J T. REYNOLDS.
HENRY KEIVI. A E. ROC ERSO.V, a. st.c.a
fcnppoited by an able Corps of As.-istcnts.
Call or send for a Catologue. College Currency, and
Pierce's Pra;lical tducator.
OHIcc-531 IVorlli S.islilli St
THOMAS M. FEiaCE.
April 13.13C6. 3m.
Julice of flic I'cnce,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
Office Bearer V.iIIcy, Pa.
Will attend to Hking Acknowledge meats. Write
De.ds. Mortgages. Leases. Bonds. Notes. Agree
ments. &e- Sorveying attended to with despatch,
t h irses moderate. .
PHILLIPS SUPER PHOSPHATE LIME.Seymmirs
Patent Grain and Phosphate Drill. Hu metis Re
volving Hay Rakes aad llaad Kaker for sale by
PAXTON St. HARMON,
We claim for Philips Super Phosphate that K con.
tains less moisture , is more uniform in quality, con
tains mote agricultural value, than any other in the
Market, and introduce the article t farmers in gen
eral aa m rtaphs and standard article intending t
make it a permanent trade.
PAXT0N st HARMON.
X F O U TfZ'O; ;rirr
' This preparation f
ions; and favorably -knoirn,
oogbiy r In vigors te
aid, -cleansing tb
stomach and lateav.
tines. .;' . -
: It la a sure pre
' vsntive of all dis
eases Incident fas
this animal, such aa LTJNO FETES, GLANDERS,
It bLLUW WA
UUUBHB, 1)18- lr-
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
use improves tha mT t J " , j
w 1 n a , increases
glossy skin-and fTZJO
miserable skeleton Into a fine-looking and spirited)
hone. . .
To keepers of Cows this nrernratlon ( tnv.tn.M.
It increases the quanUtf and improves the quality
01 tne milk, it has .
been proven by ao-"
tual experiment to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent and make the"
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives then
an appetite, loosen
itircir n 1 a e , uia
snnkos 2hfa l.ritn
In all diseases at 8 wine, such aa Coughs, Ulcers faa
the Lungs, Liver,
ic, this article
acts as a snecifie.
By putting from 1
one-bait a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
. or entirely prevented. If given In time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera. - .
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for tL
S. A FOUTZ Sc UlltO., '
WHOLESALE DRl'G AMD M1DICIYE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St Baltimore, Hi.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers, through
out tbe United States. . .
07 For sale at the Drug Ftore'of '
- EYER f MOVER,
Bloomsburg, Jan. S. lfc'615. l3mo.
DR. AV. II. WIIITMOR,
HAS been in successful practice for a number of
years, w it Is the experience of the different hos
pital - in Kuropo, also a member ofthe Aitalyicat
Medical Institute of New Y rk, eonti tuea to attend
to all protVsaioiial caes at his office No. U2d Filbert
2. No patent Medicines are used or recommended ;
the remedies administered are those wlitctt w,ll not
break rnwn the constitution, but renovate the sys
tem from all injuries H has sustained from mineral
medicines, and leave the sysK-aa is a healthy and
perlertly cured condition,
3. DYSPKPSI v that distressing disease and fell
destroyer of health and happiness, undermining the
con tituti n tnd yeaily carrying thousands to la
limelv graves, can most emphatically be cured.
4. ii laucholv. Abtx-rration. that stste ot Allna
tion and weakness of the mind which renders per
soni, inrapnble .( enjoying the pleasures or porform
ing th" dntje of life,
5. RHEL' WATIiH.in any form or condition.cbron
ia or acute, warranted rurable. : ,
. KPILKI'SV.or falling aickneaa, all chronic or
stubborn cases of
FIil2AIK DISC ASKS
radically removed ; Ki t Rbeum and every descrip
tion of ulcerations ' Piles and scrofulous diseases
whirh b:ivebafned all previous medical skill, can be
Cured by my treatment ; and I do say all di sense.
Cyea CoascmVrioii) can be cured by wearing my Medi
cated Jacket, which is a protection to the Inngs
against all ihangea of weather ih all el 1 males s hav
ing Investigated fur year the cause and character nt
iniermit:ents (fever and ague) in ll parts of the.
Ciii'cd States-will cure pennant oily all chronic or
acute cases of ague and nervous piseaaes ia a fev
Cac'ccr Cared without tbe koiTc er Drawing
Tape Worm, that dread to tbe Human Family for
years, can I e removed with - two or thjee doses of
ny newly discovered remedy, warranted in all cases.
'ons'iltntion in the English and German Languages
free of charsc. Will make visits any distance, if
desired. iUy be addresse by letter (confidentially.)
and .tiedicine sent with proper directions to any
part ot the country
OFFICE Vo, 923 Filbert St, Ptaila.
April 4. 1800 ly. .
IS6G Philadelphia & trie ISCG
This great line travers:s tne northern and Nortls
west counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, oa
It has been leased br the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and is operated by them.
Tias or rAsseaoKH trains at mobtrcmbsblarb-
Erie Mail Trnin. 11 3 P. M.
Erie Eipreis Train, 3 46 A M
LluiiraMail Train. 10 iu A 11
Ms 1 VE U'ESTH'AKD.
Erie Mail Train. 4 59 A M
Erie Express t rain. 6 54 P M
Klmira Mail Train. 4 SI P M
1'assi.ntfers 'ars run through on tbe Erie Mail and
Express Trains without ibahob both ways between
Philadelphia and Erie.
tiEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 9 00 p, m. arrive at Erie 9 30 a.m.
Leave Eric at 4 43 p m arriva nt New York 4.10 p m
Kieeat Meeping Cars on all Night Trains.
For information respecting Passenger busiiless ap
ply nt the dir. liOth cn-t Market Sis Philadelphia.
And fr Fn-iglit business or the Company's Agt's.
g.H. Kingston, Jr., Cor. I lib and Market Streets,
Wtllia.n Brown. Agent N. O. R. R.. Haiti more. '
11.11. Houston. G-u'l Freight Agt.Phil'a.
H. W. Gwinner. Cen'l Ticket Aft. Plul'a,
A. 1. TYLER. Gen-1. SupX Willamsp rt.
March 21, IcbM.
ilOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just pabtisheJ. a new edition of DR. CULVER
U'Ul. r Ccb-brated Essay on the radical enrt (whb-.
out niedirlne) of permat irrho-a or seminal Veak
ness. Involuntary Seminal Losaea, Impotency, Men
tal aud Physical inc.ipacity, impedimenta to Mar
riaee, etc, also. Consumption, r.pilepay, and Fits,
induced by sell indulgence or sexual extravaeance.
(TT" Trice, nt a sealed rmrlope, only i cents.
The celebrated author in thia admirable easay
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty year's successful
practice. that the alirimne cons-uences.of eelf abase
may be radically cured without t .e dangerous use
of internal medicine or the application oj tbe knife
point ng out a mode of rure at once aiuipie. certain
and effectual by means of wbich every sufferer, an
uutier what Ins condition in.v. be, may cure himself
cheaply, privsteiy and radically.
Q7 This Lecture should he ia the hands of every
y.utli and every man in tbe land.
Sent, undei seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, post paid, on receipt of six cents, or two post
tee stamps. Address the publishers,
CH AS 3. C. KLINE t CO,
127 r.owery. Ne York, Post Office bt x, 4658.
March 14. ly
lutU S) 1 11 LAI' GUOCLllY
On Main Street. Ploomtburg.
A large and i omplete assortment of GROCERIES
constantly on band. His clock is composed chiefly
of tbe follovtiug articles :
Candies, ' Tcys-,
FEED AND PROVISIONS,
ron.isimr of. FLOUR. CHOP. IDIAN MEM
II AM!, SHOULDER:). CHEESE, BPJTTRR. It EUGt
together with a grca many other articles, aaually
kept in a ftrst-class Grocery Store.
Country produce geaxraUy wrll be tahea ia e
chanee fr any articlvs fiMind in bis Store.
C7" The btrhest market prices will be paid for ai
kinds of COUNTRY URd. .
Cloomsburg, Feb. 22, ie6C - ..
1 rx00 prn YKAR!
a3 Xat- VfVT agents evrfywti
PER THAR !' Wo want
er lo aflt
our improved t?0 Sewing Machines. Three pew
kinds. IJader and upper feed. Warranted fiva
years. Above salary or large commissions paid.
Tbe ONUY macnines in tbe United States fr less
than S40, whirq are fally liceosed by Howe.YYbeel
er . Wi 'son. Groves 4c baker. Bi ages St Co., and.
Pachelder. All other cbeap Machines are Infringe
ments snd the seller or aser are liable to arrest. fla
and imprisonment. Circulars free. Address or rait
upon 8baw Jt Clark. Biddeford, Me., or Chicago UI.
December 80. le6S.ly.
BLANKS! BLANKS II
Of erery decTiption for rate at tLii offic
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