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V 'TPreriota t xa'cid;i& says a 5 writer; who
Will "be ecca, ta ir bis horse with a search
12, "yet cnaffecteil glance,"' and fondling Lis'
-horse as if to conceal hi? object, he almost
' impcrcepHLIj , will pas3 his fingers under the
curb chain, or between ; the girth and th;e
'horse3 skin, with a view to. ascertain their
proper tightness for the latter may he too
tight at starting; and a horse will go fretful
ly as long aa the former is too much curbed
'His Very manner ""of. placing" the' reins be
tween h ; fingers, and laying hold of the
- mane lock, will tell you at once whether he
is at home or to : for he vill do all this, as
1 also mount, vdevoidf ell embarrassment or
"bustle, thereupon to riddhiiS horse away in a
-walk, andwifh perfect eaic, which is ! insep-:
.arable from true elegance, and therefore not'
ony distinguishes the riding of a gentleman,;
but also clearly .proves his familiarity with
'the excercise.. ; . , ........ ... . t. : , .
Beware of falling into the mistake" of mark-,
"ingliim'down as' a novice, ;mcrely : because
. you may see him mount or dismount on the
.""offside for it requires a thorough horse
man to practice mounting and dismounting
on either ride ; and may such a one not have
reasons for prefering the "off' to the near
"aide" ? But when you see a dismounted ri
der (one that is not compelled to do so by
'some hurt) shufSe about or shift 4iis horse
about, or when you observe his cutting un
necesarily at hi3 ahorse, and generally hide
(as he fUtteTS himself) his own blunders or
awkwardness if you see him clamber up a
if his foot was on the round of a ladder, eith
er to lay : 'iis diest -on the pummel, or to
'Swing himself into the sad'lle afterward
like a eaek,: and if he allows the horse to
walk off with him before he has Hied him
self properly in his teat, then you may make
sure that he is an awkward or a new hand.
.Most of these will mount and start off imrne
diately, nta full gallop, or at a round trot,
ao doubt -pleasing themselves With the idea
that everybody must be convinced by such a
Btyleof riding that tbey are "capital horse
man thrft L, if sticking fast (but any how)
to the saddle can make them so in the , ab-
sence of all other claim.
Uaving finished my critique as to horse
men and drivers, I feel the difficulty of in
structing you how to Jcnorw a really good;
liorse whereforei and as the srubject is fully
nd very ably treated in so -many publica
tions, I will eontent myself by tendering you
theeepy of some ancient, but befitting ver
ses, for I too, say with that poet, give me a
horse that :' '
In a'pe)in courage, color, pace and bone.
Excel common one
Soand-hoofed.'shert jcinteJ. fetlock ahng and lens.
Broad -Dreast, full eye, amall bead, and noetril
wide, .. '
High crest, short ear, short legs and passing strong
Thin bmd, thick tail, broiI buttock tender bide.
IlEMETJY.FOR WABTS ON COWS' TEATS.
Andrew Borfars, Lewis Co., N. Y., inquires
- '"what!. the best remedy for warts on the
teat3 of a cow ?' Warts on cow's teats usual
lyextend oo deeper, than the tkla. . They
ehould not be removed while the cow gives
milk. ' The ruost effectual way is to to take
hold of Ike end of a wart with pliers and cut
it off with sharp bhear?. The cut f hould
cot be deeper than the skin. Thb remedy
will not hurt a cow. a3 much as clipping the
. ekin 3oca heep when, they are being shear
ed; or a pieceof small wife may be twisted
around alargi wart sumciently tight to pfc
" struct the rirculalioa-of'ihi; 'blood, c and left
AMf 1 S. t fell. I . . .
on uii wart oropB oir, leaving xne sunace
smooth. . -; " ' ,
Mullein Leaves to Drive Away Rats.
-At the suggestion of a friend, the writer,
with little faith in the : measure, once - tried
laying Mullein leaves around the rat holes
in. his cellar to'driVe the rats awar. In a
.short time, the leaves were mainly gone.
More were laid do wn but 'were not taken
away. The rats were gone. These are the
facta in that ca?e. Why the rats went,'
not known, unless the leaves gave them pain
or. alarm. Other like experiments will be
eay, where '31 ulleln growt ' ' -
.. i in.. I.
lARra the Fboo. "W. IT. B.," Dan
bury, Conn, j asks ; "Should aliorsehe shod
eo that tho frog will touch the ground ?'".
. In a state of nature the hoofs of horses wear
quite fiat and even., We shoe a horre only to
protect the hoofs against injury on our hard
road?,- and to prevent too mu:h , wear, and
the ehoa should never be made so as to con
tract the hoof; neither should the frog be
pared away, except when it is torn arid rag
ged. Let it touch the ground if it will." ' Do
not have any nails driven more than half-way
from the . toe to the heid of the shoe. 1
To Bcnxa Makers. Aa this is the sea-
jeou cf the year.when those engaged in the
dairy badness are much troubled by a small
fiy (well known to housekeepers) getting, in
their milk and cream. I offer the following
, timple and "clEeaeiousrernedy-for the remov
al cf theannoynnce.', "Take the leaves of the
elder buth, (very commen ia most localities)
and hang them in several places about your
' milk room cr vault, renewing thtra . as they
become old and wilted. Yon will find your
self rid of a disagreeable -vexation, at but
small expense of time and . trouble. ' Try
it I ' , . - - , . ,. . .
. . . . r
Blacic ICot ox the Plum. A corres
pondent cf the, "Boston" Cultivator" states
that he has been very succeful in removing
or preventing the black knot, by burying iron
'tanclr.ga Intkc earth and then promptlycut
tingoGf whatever of the black knoC may ap
pear. He thinks that driving nail3 in ' the
ground beneath , the tre'e will answer the
"Eamepiirpote as the iron turnings. ' This is
; jrbbably a remedy. ; .
.How to Catch IIoRSEs.Horses ought
to be trained when colt-, to be easily caught.
When a horc is incorrigibly bad to catch,
rever torn him loose without a La'ter head
stall cn. Then, always carry, seme oat
.roc 5, meal, salt, fcn.irar, or something else
that Le hkc?, and after he hai tasted a few
tlra, take hold gently of the halter, ' ;Whip
picg or any harshness immediately ' after a
hens h cr.r ht, r:akes a bad habit worse ;
but erv-; if Lard to cetcb. regard hizi when
X 13 A rEOTi;CT0 SOLUTION Of T3E
' Protoxide of Iron,
h gv ftes'disebvery fa msSaotae itfmVlTJ
-.i. STRIKES AT THE EOOT Off DISEASE, BY
upp'ying -. tka Elood wni- it vtxt& . ramctvu, a
. . - um BLaaKRT IRON. . . .
Thi a tta aecret of the wonderful Mecca 'Of Ibia
' 4,kt rameay la caring ; , tU!
Dyspepsis, LiTer Oomplaint, Dropsy,
Chroniff Diarrhea, Boils Nervous
Afftions,"Cliill8 and Fevers,'
,Ci, Humors, Tjoss of Consti- .
tntional vigor, Diseases
I of ihe Jvjdneys &
f Complaints, - ' ' '- :
and jtll'diseaiea CrigiiiaUng'in a
BAD STATE-OF THE BLOOD .
or aecouipauied by Debility or a lwr .atau: of the
' sraiem .
Bing free from Alcohol in any form, i energi
iM cfTfcta are not fnllownd by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infusing gitnstti, vigor and
New Life inte all partsiof tbe yteui, and buiiJing
up in iRo.v co.NsrrruTiu.v.
DYSPEPSIA AXP DEBILITY
From t lie Venerable Archdeacon SCOTT. f. n.
- Dcnuam. Canada East. 3Iarcli 2i, 1865."
( n iu an inveterate, Dyp.plic of more
than 2i vaara taotirna."i .. . ..--
. J bare ao wondfrful'y benefitted ia the
thrPe short weeka during whii h I have used the Pe
ruvian tirup. that I can scarcer? persuade myself of
ihe reality. People wbo liavtt known me are asion
ifhrd at the change. I am widely known and can
but recommend to others that which bat done so
much for me "
A CASE OF 27 YER3" BTANDINQ CURED.
From IN6LEV JEWETT.No 1 Avon Place .Boston
"I have suflered. and aomclimcs everely, for 27
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced taking the Pe
ruvian Syrup, and found immuiiiate benefit, from it.
In tbe coarse of three or four weeks I was entirely '
relieved from my sufferings, and have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since."
AN EMINENT DIVINE (F BOSTON, PAYS :
I have beeu using tUa Foruvina yrup for sme
time past; it cives me new Vigor. Buoyancy ofspir
its. Elasticity of Muscle. " '
Thousands have tn changed if it ust of this remedy
frem tceak, iicklyjujjermf erealmret. tg trmf.kealtif:
and happp men and teamen; and invalid cannot reaaotut
i.'y httuate to gift It trtal, .- .... .
A paniphlet of 3-2 pages containing certificates of
cures and rccouimenduiiobs . from some of the iuot
eminent physicians, clergymen, and others, wili be
sent rRFK tOBf-y address. . i
ttv':B that euch bottlehas Vhkovih Svacr blown
in the glass. .
FOR SALE liY
J. P. UIITSMre. Proprietor. 36 DevSt Wcw York
. - SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
"All jredicat Men igrrv th.it lOniNR i the P.EST
RC.MEUY for Scrntula anrf all kindred duetts-s ever'
discovered. The ailficulty has been to oblum a i'uac
5LnTioN of it.
Ur, II. Anders' JutJinc Water
Is a hiire Polutiun of Iodinr, W'lTUUUT. A SOL
VENT) I Couiantiog n Foil Cruin to each ounce of
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agcnl and
uxs eurcd and will care SOR.OTULA in all its mani
UXCER3. CANCER3. SVrillLlS.SAi.T RHEU.M ;
and it hns been rnsed with atonihing sueces in c
tea of KhcuinrrMain. Iy spep -iaf Consumption, Female
I'omplnints, Heart, Liver and Kidney Lie ies.-e
Crcul tr will be sent rite tuauy one seiwing their
Price $1.(0 a bnUie, or R for $5.00
Prepared by Dr. H. A.VUCt'.d, Pliysician Ss. Chemist
For Sale by
J. P. UI.N SHORE, -3G Dey St. New Y
' ' And by all Drdpsista. " 1'- -
.y ISTAR'S BALSAM OF
WILD ( HERilY
HAS BEES USED TOft NEARLY
, - rllALF A CENTURY,' '
with the most ajtoui.-hing success in curing
Coughs, CoI'ls,Uoar:-euc3, Sure TLroat
ItflasLn, Whoopn congb, Croup,
, ' Liver complaint, jironcbitiSjL'iffi
. . cultyof BrealLicp;, AatLiiia,
. a d ever y aU'ec-
THE THROAT,LUXUS CHEST
which rnrrtea bflTmore victims' than any cthrr dis
ease and which batfl. sthe skill of the Physicians to
a greater extent than any other molaify. oftca
YIKLD8 TCTTH13 REMLDY .
when all others prove ineffectual. 1
AS A .MEDICINE
Rapid in EcliL-f, soothing ia EfT.-tt, safe ia its Oper
ation. IT -IS UNSURPASSED ! .
WTwIe-aa a preparation.-free Yrm noxious ngrerlinent
poisons, or mineral ;'inlling skill, seirm e.acd medi
cal knowledge ; combining all that i valtiaLle in the
vegetable kingdom for this class cfilisra-tp.it is
..INCOMPARABLE f .
aids ewtife. netts, and receives -the general con
fidence of the public,
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M:D.t
nC Herman. Ti. Y.. writes as follows: . .
'VVuth i Balsm or Wiia Untticr gie onlversal
aalirfartioiK Useenisto cureatnugh by lexiung
and clrartting the luns.and allnyta irrit.-;un ihut
reniovina the cm. instead af drying up me coush
and leaving thr? cause behind.' 1 consider t?ie rai;im
as go d as any, if not the best, Cough me-iciuc nb
wbtoki 1 am acqusn.tcd."
Ker. Jacob Secii leu, of Hanover, Pa.
Well kaewn aod iuucJi respected among iheGerian
popnlatiO'i in this country. nukes the folluwing Etutc-iu-nt
lor the benefit of the afflicted,
D laa -Baviag realjced r n y family impor
tant benefit from the ua -of your valauJile prepara
tion Wistaks Balsax or Wild Ciurky it ad'ordsme
pleasure to recommend it to the puhlie. c-ome eight
years aco oue of my da-ushter ee ned to be in a flr-
cline STi iliHle hopes other recovery were entertain
ed 1 then procured a bottle o: you r eieellem Ciaai,
and before she bad takn ihe whole of the conunlsof
the bottle there was a great in-pruveaient in ber
health,. I bwve.tn iny tmlividaal cae made frequent
use of you i valuable wdiciae,aud have always beeu
benefitted by iL
. . ' . ; . JCOB SECHLER.
Trice One Dollar a Bottle.
TOR SALS BY.
J. P. D1NSMORE. J6 Ley Street.' Vew York
EErH VV FUWLE. . fcON.Froprielors Uoston
AKB MT ALL SlCbS SXS.
Q. RACES ' . . . .
' CURES CUTS, BL'RN'3, SCALD3.
Grace' 'Cetebrared ?ate ' O '., y'. '
LURES WOUND3.l!RUI3E3, STRAINS,
Grace 8 Celebrated Salve
tCP.ES LCILS, ULLER3. CANCERS.
Grace's Ctlebrated alve -
CURES SALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELAS. '
Grace's CeUbrated Salve
CURES CHAFPLD HANDS. CHILBLAINS, .
Grace's Celebrated Salt j
HEAIS OLD SGRES.FRESU WOUNDsltc
It is prompt in action, removes pain at onee. and re
duces the luM aDgrv-lot.fcing swellincs and imfla
matlons. as if by magic thus affordiaij relief aud a
Only 25 tents a box r (Sent y snail for 7i cents,)
: .: For Sale by .
J. P. DIS.MORE36 De Street. Vew York,
S. W. FOWE Sl SON. Proprieta.s.lWwtoo, and by all
Dru;?its. Grocers, and Couuuy store. -t
-'aauary 87, ltson ly. .. .
LIOTJClrtS i ; LIOUZIS i
'VliocnIe nnd i:ctail.
'rHE subscriber would annnunee to
1 Btoomsbarf and 'Vicinity, that
LIQUORS ia large and amall quanti
fies, and at liferent prices, at his
new store, on Man street, north sitte
two doors south of Iron street. Bloai s
burc Uis stock o Foreign, and Do-,
the citiens tf
be is selling
1 1 1 1 1 as
consists of Co;nae and Rochel e, Blackberry, Gin
per. Kafsberry and Lavcndi.r, ila ttas a largs ass-
sortnient .if " "
Old Rye, gray with tigs, fine Old Bourbon, old F -Iks
Wliiskey, and anjr quantity of cotrmon. lie also has
PURE HOLLAND GIN,
Madeira, t-ibon,' CTarct. Sherry' and Canpa)e
Wines ; and taut bat not least, a quantity of good
doub e extra BROU N HTUT ; a U 01 &icb he ll
sell at the lowest cash prices. The public, urere
pettfully soiicned to give bis IH'tor a trial.
. -. , D. W.ROBB1NS. Agent.
1 lOO PEIt.YliAK!. We wrut
V-",c'VfV asenn evpry wher lo m-li
ur imprnved $30 Sewing Machines. Three new
kinds. Under and upoer feed. Warranted five
years. Above salary or larre commission paid.
The ONb.Y rcmcnines in the United States for levs
than tfO, wbieif are fatly licensed by Howe, Wheel
er ac Wi'soa, Grover c Baker, Bi Bger sc Co., and
lachelder. All other cheap Machines are Infringe
mer.tsand the seller r ur are liable t arrest, fine
and imprisonment. Circular fre. Addresser call
upon Euaw ft Ciark, fiddeford. Me.,orCbica?o I5U
reeember 3, lcEaly.
A. J. EVMS' v
f C LOTH IN G EM PORIO W,
TVea'ltf opposite the lEpiscdpal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL-DESCRIPTIONS, '
"jlt'T ktoek'is composed of line "clotnlrrg. 'tnedium
11 and low priced adapted to all conditions,
tarts and wants, fie baa tbe latest styles for toe
season a fine assortment of
Overcoats and Gentlemen's Shair.s,
from low to the very best
His Goods are iathiun ible and well Made.
In adifition to my stock of rsnrty-maJe clothing. I
have piece goods fur custom orders.
Clothe Casiiuere, &c, &c.
Aud having one of the first class cutters, I guaran
Ueafilin all eases and give satisfaction. Maul
variety of (
TV00LEX AXD LISEX SLIRTS,
Stocking, Nekttes, Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's line of clothing.
Also, tiats, boots and Shoes, Trunks and Carpet
I will sell at the lowest Market prices. Please give
me a call before purfhaing eiewhi'T.
ANIREV' J. EVANS.
DIoomBburg, Nov. 16, ISCj.
Calaivissa Kail RotI,--Oii
and tfftei MONDAY, A pril 5. IMtiS. pa?eneer
trnrns on the Cntawissa Railrcad will run at the fol
lowing named hours-;
Mail ouih ' -'r statioks. '" Wail North.
Li . fc.4o a rn : . Villiain sport. Arr. tt 15 p.m.
" 9.17 " Clancy Dep. 5 45 "
- 8.4 Watsontown S.ltf
lo.OO" Milton ' 5 01
!, Danville ... 4 2J ..
- '1I.00' '.. Knport ; '4.t0
11.10" Catuwima 3 50
12.18 p ro Kinjitown 8,35
12 58 ' S ii 111 111 it . . 1 35
1 0- " Ciu.ikake J 4U
1.90 " K Mabuuoy June. J .20 '
S.Ij Dine Taiiiaqua. Dine "' 1.10 "
.. 41; - Heading 10.40 M
rr 7.00 I'liilatleiptiia - 8.00
' ' m"" ! in or Mauch Chunk. . C 00 ,f
No change of cars between W illi.-unort nml Phil
adelphia. tiSO. W. WECIS. Satt.
April 13, ISCO ,
A LLtTIRE TO TCCXG MG..
Ji-M publtlicd. In a sealed enve
lope. Price G Lents. A lecture on the
nature, treatment nnd "radical enre of
Spermatorhoea. or Seminal Weaknnss
Tnvo'nntary emissions, sexual liability and Imped
iinonts to Marri ise generally. Nrfrvousnesis. Con
sumption, Epilepsy, and FiU ; vieiilal and Physical
Incapacity, r.riiltinj? from Self Abuse, see. Uy Ko b
ert J. Culverwell, M. D.. author of tin 'Green Uook,'
The world renowned author. in tins admirable Lc
tiir. clearly proves from hi nun experience, that
the hwf.il coiisr.qiiences'rtf Sel f-Abuse may lie elTwct
ually reuioved ithout MecJioiue. and without dan
suroiu surpical operutiores, bongles. internments.
rin;s. or cordials, pointing . out a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, by winch tvery sufferer.
110 niatter hat his condition mav be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately anil radically. This Lec
ture wil I prove a boon to thousanus. Sent under
seal to auy -address in a plan envelope, on receipt
ot six CCD is or t wo rn,nSe stamps. Also Dr. Cul-
verwell's Marriage Ouiile. price S5 cent-i. Address,
CliAr. S C KLINE t CO..
, . 1-.7 Bowery, New Yoik, P. O. box 45:6.
April 13. liCB. ly Peas it Cx
N. E. Cor. Tenth and Cbetcut Streets.
The most complet and thnrrn rMy arfpif. irted Busi
ni'sor t'ommeicial Colleze in the country.
1 he only erne in the city posseins a Lgislative
Charter, and ihe only one in th-i Unit.l state author
ized to confer DeT.-en of 1 ril- liiaplomas awarded
to graduates in the Commi-roiHl Courxe under its cor
porate sent hy authority of 'law.
Condurfil bv eeiittemrn of liheml edncatinn and
eileiMive experience in biiin-. and atfnrdinit upe
qnul'.eil n'dvaiilaces for the thironfi ih.-ore tical and
piacticnl edncaiirm nfynuiis men '!r the various du
ties and employni'-nl of linini life.
THEORY AN U PRA.C1I.CC COM RIVED
by a cf syitti-m
A TUAI. BUSINESS TRMNINO
"rijinal and pre minent y practic-il e vinsr the stu
dent in the shortest time a eo:ip lete ir-Mi-hl into the
srirnre of nrroant, nrT--d an t ,1 1,1 1 ;! i.y the
proprietor ?f this Institution ex luivf ly for1ii own
use. saving one-half tbe ordinary labor ofthe student
am' iriviiif him aro'iipflexe knuwleile of thr practice
jf the best accountants. .
TUE COMMERCIAL COURSE
Boo Keeping, Coat mcrcial ArithrnetiCjPtn
maoLip, Business Correrporjdence,
Comaicrcial Law, Lectures on .
1 Uasit-ess Affairs, Comruer
ci&l Costoms, Form3,
' aoJ Actual Uusi
ilgtbra and lie ffijkcT Mitkematie. Phono?vphti, Or
. naimtntaL Pcnmantkip. tkt Jin . L'eUtiuig.
Ciruutcrfeil JUonry, Flncinrttivg 6'ar
reyi.ii, JVaciii'.un and
' tei-E(;p.-i ui vg; ;
The arranci nit nt for Teh-gritpning: arc far nie.re ad
vance of anything of the Kind ever oflt red to the pub
lie A regular Tele raph Line i conoectqil with the
In.-litn'i m tot'ti twenty rirsutfi otaces i.l various
parts of the cl"y,w here public bunim M is transacted,
and in which the student of tin tustitntioii are per
mitted to practice. NJ regular otlice practice ran be
had in anv other school of instruction in te country.
ithout w hirh no one ta:i obU.in a p -jitjon jim prac
tical operator. Youii( men ar? c-iutioiied niiniot the
deceptive representation f those who, without any
such facilities, pretetd l t ach Telegraphing.
This Institution is now enjnyins the largest pntrou
tron:ige ever bcloived up-n au;f Commercial cfioH in
tl"e Male. Over tivn hundred students were in atten
dance the fn st year, and over seven hundred during
the pant yfar The bet class of students may inva
riably be found here, "and all its associations are nr.t
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS,
l itis lustitutxKi is located in tho most central part
.f the city, and its ac ommoditions. for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are - unsnrpa-eed. All the
rooms have been At led up in tlie very ovst ftvle with
BUSlMEriS Or'FICES ua tJUN i l V; UoUSia.
TELtCUAPlI OFFICE. STATIONARY STORE,
iso a tmii -BANK
OF DEPOSIT AND 13176.
supplied with finely engraved lithographic note used
as actrculating medium 10 the Department of Actual
TO YOUIVG .121:
who difire the very b, tt facilities for a
- Practical Ltincaliou for Business,
w guarantee s tnni of instruction no where lt
er,ulled, whi! the reputation and standing of the
Institution among busintss men make its endorse
n:ent the best pasf port to success and advancement.
A.I contemplating entering any Commercial College,
are invited to send for an I LLCSTUATED
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing cotDptfte interior view cf the College,
and full particulars of the courjc of in strain 011
L. FAIBBAMiS, i. M ,
T. E. XERt'PIANT, SapL of Office Business.
. Nov. 4. 15-lim.
MFK HEALTH STttEVG I II.
IJFE HEALTH STilEXGTil.
Rundreds and thousands an n.naUy die prematurely
wbea, if iey would give the Great French Remedy,
DR. JUAN DELAMARKE'S
' Celebrated Specific 'rills,''
Prepared byCmwiEiii fe DtrpoirT, No ?14 Rue Lom
bard. Paris, from the prei-cri jtion of Dr. Joan Dela-ma-rre.
Chief PhVfician of thu Hoppital du Nord ou
Laritioisicre fair irial. t h-y sioril.t ttna nnindtiiaie
relieC and. iu a shorttinie.l.e lu.ly restored to llnalik
mud S'rrvgih It is es"d in H e practice of many emi
nent Freeh physic ians.with uniform success. and high
ly recommeaded a the only positive ad pecific Rent
rfy for all persons stidering t'oin General or Sexua
Debility, ail deran;eiieeiit ofthe Netvou Force
Melancbbly, Spermatorrhoea tr Semin.il t missions. al
Weakness arising from sci'ial Ex-Unergy, Physical
Prostratioa, Nervonsness, Weak Spine.tLowne .f
spirit, liimnur of Vision, Hysterics, Paia in the
Bnrk and Limbs, Impotency, kc -
No I injure can convey an aetuate idea of the Im
meiiiate and almost miraculous change it occaions to
the debilitated end shattered ryaem In fact.it tt.io.is
unrivalled an aufaiUag care ot tbe maladies above
Hotter no mre. bat tis T f?rrar French Rented it
will effect a cure where all others fi.II. and althojgh
a powerful remedy. roniHins nothing burlfui to the
most delicate constitution
Pamphlets. routainine full paitirhlars tad directions
for Ufciog. in English. French. iipahish and German, ac
company ea h box, and also sent free to any addrus
Priee One DHtar per box; Sir boxes for Tive Dollar
Sold by all Druggists throughout the world ; or will
be sem by n,ail. securely sealed from all observatioa,
by inclosing specified- price t any authorized agents
JBRHjIRR OF COUXTKKFUm J-VX) LMlTjITiaSS.
Proprietors exclusive Aeeau for AmTien. VSCJX a
JUCSCS. 4- CO.. 27 Conrltand 1?t Vcw Ydi,
AuUortzed Agent for filod-nibnrg.'
pen: 3, kmL,??"'- w: ifrcoac
READING .RAIL ROAD.
SUM 31 Lit AnHAISGBJIEXT.
June .11th, 18G5.
real Trunk Lino From The North
and North-West for Philadelphia, New York.
Reading, Pottsville.'TavtiaKma. Ashland, Lebanon. At
lentown, Easton. to. . ..
Trams leave llarrisburg for New, Yor, as follows :
At 3 00,8, 10 and fl.OS A. M..and 2 10 and 9.13 P M.,
connecting with similar Train on the Pennsylvania
Rail Road, and arriving at New York t 6.W)and lu.10
A. M. and 4.10. i 2U and 10.45 P. M. Sleeping Car ac
companying the 3.00 A. M. and 9.15 P. 31. Trains,
Leave llarrisburg for Reading, Putuville, Tamaqua,
Minersvillc, Ashland, Pine Crove. Allentown, and
Philadelphia at 610 A M. and 10 and 4 10 P M . stop
ping at Leliunoo nnd principal Way c-'tations; the 4 10
P.M. Train making connections for Philadelphia
and Columbia only. For Putt sville, Hc.iuylkill Ha
ven and Auburn, via c-chuylkifl and Huc.queliar.na
Rail Road, leave Harrisburg a. 3 )20 P.M.
Returning ; Leave New-York at 7 8.i0 A. M. 12.00
noon und 8 WI P. M. ; Philadelphia at rt 15 A. M. and
3 3d 1 tM. Way Tasseuger Truin le.ives I'hila del
phiu at 7 .10 A. M. returning from Reading nt 0.31) P.
Al. slopping ot all gtxtion ; Poltvitlt: at rf 4.5 A. M.
and 2 4.' P M Ashlaiul b 00 and li M A M. and
I Oj P.M. Tamuquu at U 4j A. .11, and i Ou and c.jj
f Leave Pottville for llarrisburs, via Schuylkill and
-uiivhinns Kaii Uoud, til 7.IH1 A .
Rendiuir Ai.t.iinuioil.uioii 'Pram ; Leaves Reaoing at
6 to A. M .. returnmc from i lnliiil-llii;i at o.tit) P. M .
Columbia Kail Road Trams leave Readiii" at ti 45 A.
M. Ki)5 Noun and 0 laf. M. for Lph rata, Lilie,
Lancaster, Coluiidiia, .c. '
Os futi'lajs ; l.euve NtW York at fi 00 P M, Phila
delphia ti. 0 AM,; nnd 3.15 I'M. the g.00 A. M.
Tiaiu running only to Reading. PotUville C UO A M,
Tainaqua 7 30 A M , Harrisburs 9 05 A . M aud Read
ing at 1.3.1 nnd 7 3d A. .M.- f Harrisburg, and 10 ai!
A. M. for New Vrk. and 4 Bo P. M lor Philadelphia.
Cuiumu'ation. Mileage, Season, bc.iool and l-Jxcur-
ion Tickets o and from all points, at reiluc d Kat-s.
- baggage checked tbnugd ; bO. pounds allowed each
Passenger. t. A. ..OLLS.
Reading. Ta. June 2o, 13i;6.
Spring Siistianrr floods.
I II E subscriber has just returned from the cities
X with another liirge and select ant-orwnenl of
SI'RLNG AND SUMMKR GOODS,
purchased ut Philadelphia nnd New York, al the
lowest figure, and wliieb be is lie' erinmd to s,-ll
on u moderate Wrrai as can be procured cls,uhere
His rl.itk comprise
i'f the cboicet styles anil latent fats ions together
with a larye assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and V stings. Also. Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
Warc, liollow-w are. Nails, Iron,
Hats and Caps. cc. In short, everything usually
kepi in a ronntry .tores, to nhich he invites the at
tention of the public generally.
The highest price will bs pa-id for country produce
in exchange lor g 00 J s.
. S. H. MILLER.
tilonmsbiir:. Nov. 22 I8K5.
I i & UR A is c 1: CO Ai lli Y,
WILKES-BAR RE. PENNA.
CAPITAL AXD Sliil'LlS,
!?tock not caTled in, - - -Bills
recei vntder, . -
U. S. 5-'0 Honds. -
Teioporarv and carll loans.
103 ehares Wionniig liana Eloea,
50 flinrei Firet National KaiiK l Wilks-P.arre. 5.000
0 shares Second National Ha.kat Wilkes liar re 7.ikm
4i vliare VV iikts-U.rrre Utidge S totk. - 2.5.-0
Ri al Estate. ..... . 1.519
JildiimellK. - - -. - - - 10-.'
Due Irom AserTrs and others. ... 7,414
Cash in haud and in P.ank. .... lii
in !i3;c ions.
G. M. HOLLKN B ACK, L. D. SHOEMAKER.
JOHN UEICHARO. Il.il HHYT,
SAMUEL WAHHAM3. ". OLI-INU,
CHARLES IXiRRANCE, U'm. S. RO.-4,
R P I.M11B 1 II ARLE A MINER..
.S.EWART PIERCE, G ,M HARDING.
G. M POLI EVK.VK. Presiieit.
L. I- s-HOEMAKLR. Yice Vres l.
It. C. SMITH, Secratakt.
F. BULWN. Ag.-nt.
March '.'5, IPCa " ' inkburg, Ta.
THE undersigned would rc-pectfu'Iy announce to
the citizens of liluoinsburg, and the public gen
erally. thHt l:e is running .
an UMMUfS LINE. Iih- fXii.r3r
tween this t lace aud thedif- -ft
f rtnt Ril Koad Iiepoi iIhi- T f i" "liV
ly. (Suiiday a excepted) t- "-"","-?il
connec t with tho several Trains gnim South a West
on the Cat.tivis.a and Wiiiiamsport Rail Koad. and
ith those going North and Houth on the Lack, i.
BloomsburZ Rnad. -
His OMNIliUSES are in rood condilirn, rommo
clioiis and comfortable, and char: cs reasonable.
CC7" Persons wishisg to meet or see tr--ir friends
depart, can be acommodated. upon leasonrhle
charges by leaving timely notice at any cf the Ho-
JACOB L. GIRT02T,
Bloom (.bur?. April 27, ir
Wm. C. UEHrTET,
tiso. w. cir.rtsTtR.
g. w. cirpi:xti;r, & co.
WHO I ESA L X It H U(S CIS TV.
737 Masklt St. one door below lh, PriLADCLrHiA.
DRUGS. MEDICINES. CHEMICAL.
PAINTS OILS. GI.A-S. V ARNISIIE3,'I)Yn-,
And every thr article appertaining to tjie
business, cf tb'3 t et quality, aud al the .
- lowest Market Rates.
March 23. 1S0G.
J0Hx C. YEAGER & Co., .
MAN! FACTURER at T HOLES ALE DEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, BONNETS AND
ARTIFICTA L FLO WE R S, -
No. 257 North Third Street. Phila'd.
D'EPINELUL & EVANS,
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors.
No. 435 WALNUT STREET.. PlUVAfciLrHlA.
PATENTS solicited Consultations on Engineering
Draueliting and Sketches, Models and Machinery
of a!i kinds mad and rkll'ullv attended to. Special
attention given to REJECTED CASES and INTER
FERENCES. Authentic Copies of all Document
from Patent ( dire procured.
N. H. Save yourselves useless trouble and trav
eling expenses as there is uo actuai ueed for person
al inlervirw Willi us. All business with these ltv
ces cau be transacted in writiug. For further inf r
mittion direct as above, with stanp enclosed for Cir
cular with rHerence.
April Id, Ifftiii. ly. J VV.
. ATTOIilVK V- VT-LAW,
. CL103ISCIT1G. TA.
Office over Hi rtmn n's Store nppiaie Pofl Office
Uloomeburj, April 4. ie6o.tf.
ClURLES B." BliOCKWAYj
Bounties, Back-pay, Pensions,
collected. . ; ,
tecial attention paid to matters arrislag under
the Internal Revenue Laws.
C7" OFFICE, one door west vt the Court Hotse,
Bloomsburg. Pa. . - . -
January 17, t""f.
This Snuff has thoroughly proved Itself to be trie
best article known' for curing tbe CaTakkh, Cold nt
Tiec II bab and Itntiicni, it baa been fonud an ex
cellent K"nie'd.y in many cace of Sore Eyes, Dsr
ness ha been removed by- it and Hiitsin has often
been graatly improved by its use.
It is fragrant and agreeably, and
GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF
To the doll heavy pains caused by diseases of the
Head. The sensation a'ler using it are delightful and
invignrating.lt opens mud purges out all obstruction,
trengthens the glands, and give a health j action t
the parts affected.
More than Thirty Years'
Of Sale and use of Da. Marshall' Catarrh and
Heaoacrc SNcrr. has proved its gr 'at value for all
the common diseases oft he Head. and at this moment
itstands higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the best physicians,
and i s used with great success and satisfaction eve
rywhere. Ktadthe Cert fie ates of Wholesale Drag
gists in 1854
The tinder.iirned. hiving fo marly years been ac
quainted with Dr. Mittmitis't Catabrh an 1 IIsad
ach fNurr. ami sold it in our wholesaletrade cheer
fully state. that we . elieve it to be equil in every re
b ert, to the rec.mi..cnd ations given of for the cure
of Catarrhal Affji tions, and that it is decidedly the
best article we have ever hliou u lor a'.l rommou dis
etises of the Head.
Iiurr & Perry. Boston,
Reed, Austin & Co
Hrowu, Latrhjnn '& Co "
Reed, Cutlr 4t Co '
!?eth V Fowle.
V:lgon. Fairbnnk k. Co.
Henstmw, Edmands Sc Co
11 II Hay. Portland. Me.
) Barnes Park, Nw Yoik
A B &l D Sands, "
fruel (Minor & Co
M'Kesson 4k. Robbins '
A L Scovill Sc Co
t lA'nrd rin.a A. t.. If
I Uush Sc Gale,
For Sale bv all Druggists. Try It.
Feb. 3, lew ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers.
Ify-Tho original Medicine rstiMit lied in IS37. and
'first article the kind ever introduced under th
iiami) of "Pulmonic Waw," in this or Hiiy other
ronntry; all other Pulmo tic Wafers are rounterleiis.
The genuine can be known by the name BR VAN be
ine etaiiipeil on enth Wafer.
These Wafers have been before the public for nearly
Thiity Years. and the immense pale atta ned.uot only
in America li.il in foreign countries, fully attest their
mtrinic wr'h. The meilical properties are superior
toany other article offered for the cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial affections and the quantity contained in
eaeh box ii nearly double thai of the ui'ariy wor: bless
Lryaus I'ulmonic .rafi-rs
cure Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat. Monrseue-s. Ai-thm.i.
t.'atarrh, llronrhitis. Dificoll llreathin, Spittini of
Iliood Pains in the Chest lori(,ient t'oiiKu:uitinn an.l
all disease ol the lufrss. Notuft'ording o ily temporary
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasliue "cure and are
warranted to give sal i -faction in every 'iriFt.nice.
They do n"t nauseate like alcoholic rotr.pounds, and
the medical properties are combined in a 'form so
uprcenble nnd pleesadt to 'the th tu. that ay child
will -readily takethem One dose wiilalways afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To Vocalists nnd Public Speakers, the Wafers are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove the
mirtit severe occasional hoarseness ; and iheir regular
use for a few days will, at all times. increase the pow
er and flexibility of the voiee. greatly Improving its
one. cmopafs and clearness, for which purpose th-y
are regularly used by marry professio:ml vocahts
The veryerent re!ebrity of this valuable remedy has
im n.'ed unprincipled persons to prepare base imita
tion', vi liich disappoint the jut ettpectstiotis of the
purehascr, and injure the character of the genuine
See that the word "ETRYAN," is stamped on eafh
WalVr. and al-o observe the far simile of the signa
ture of the Prjrietor, "JOB Mtjsiis" on earh wrap
per, to coiinieff it which is roaoKRr. GT" OrTendtng
parties will be dealt with to the full extenti f the law.
I'.ktar's Pclmomc W'AitRs are fur sale by a. I Dr.ii:-
l-ls. . . fc
JOB .VOSFS. Pole Proprietor, ST Corllandt St , N. Y
Feb. 3. liGG ly.
THE GRLAT KMiLISII RE.1ILDY.
PROTECTED BY ROYALLETTERS PATENT.
ST R J A M ESCL RICE'S
Celebrated Female F1II3,
Prepared J m a prrtrription nf Sir J.Clarke. M. JD.,Pkf
tieia fliiraordiaaoy t the (Juecn.
This invaluable mepiejne is uiifailioi; in the rure of
all those painful and dangerous diseases to vt hirh the
female constitution nsul j. it. It moderates all ex
cess and removes all obstruction. from whatever cause
i!id a kpeedy cure may lie relied on
'LO MAURIED LADIES
it is particularly sintedlt will, 5n n short time, tiring
on the monthly period with recmarity.
aL'ruh bottle, price Cue Dollar, bears the Government
blarup of Cleat iirilain. r prevent coiifite-tfeitj,
i:ai; i iun.
Tkre Ptllt rhoalJ not be taken Cf FtmaUs during the
FIHT TIIRF.K MOJk'I'HSof Pregnmnry, lAey arc Ure
to bring on Miieariaf.httt at nny other time they ateeafe
Eveiy women knows that the bloom of heaP-ii mu6t
fado. with the slightest irregularity r obstruction of
the metises. These Pi. Is aretruly the woman's friend
in tl.e tour of trial, snd Mte enly sure, positive and
never failing cure and regulator ! Suppression of r.a
tore from whatever cause So mild Inat the feeblest
an takilheni with perfect security yet so powerful in
heir elect, that ttiey may be safety railed, a never
failmz Kegu'ator. - -
In all case of Nervous and Spinal Affections. Tains
in the Rack and Limbs, Fatisues liylit t jrrtion. Pal
pitation .f the Heart. Hysterics, aud Whites, the.-e
ril s will etf rt a cure when aWolhermeans have fai -ed
; ard although a powerful reiio-.ly, do m.t contain
iron, ralouiel, aiitimuny. or anything huitt'ul tu the
Full ilirections in the pimplitet around each package
winch should be carelully preserved.
SOLU BY JtLL DRUGGISTS.
Sole Cneral Agent fur itii United Slates aad Critish.
Jin MOSES, 27 Cortland Ft.. New York.
N. R-$l W) and 6 three cent postace stamps en
closed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a hottln,
containing 50 Pills, by return mai, stcurcly sealed
from a'l observation.
Feb. 3, Vi.-ly.
hc. ii o w e r,
jut? RFSPEtTl CLLY odVrsliis profess-
FT7" $ '",'i, service to the ladies and tfeutlc
'iVf r- n";,, ''',0,,,sl"lrgand vicinity. "lie is
-a-L.-' prepared to atiend to all the various
operations in the line of his profession and:s providi d
W'lhtV l.-.iest imprnved PQHCKU1IJ TrUTH; whirl
w II bein-wrted on yoldolatiua. silver and rubber br e
loluiw II as the natuial teeth
Ml ier.il plate and bln;k teelh nianufartiired ar all
o er; lions on teeth.rarefully and properly attended!
lte-.ii'euce and ctiire a fev door aUove theCuvrt
II ot -e. same side .
P.I jn.nsbnrg, JuiieG I?63
C-N CIA HLOOMSUUKG.CO-
T-i.r T I T t TT t - t
.i.W??fi "uu"it v. yj.j i -ai.
le abnve named et-
estahlishmeiit, is no
to receite orders
All Kinds cf illachinerj,
for Co'Ieries, T.last Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILL?, TI1PESIIING MACHINES. IcC tC.
He is aln prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
patterns, p'ow-irous, and everything usually made ia
His extensive facilities and practical wo; k men. war
lant lii'u in rciving the largest contract nn the
in -t reisonahl term.
iZs Grain of all kinds will be Uken in exchanae fot
t!y" This establishment is lea.ed near the Lackawa
na 4 Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
Ulanmsburg, Sept. 12. 1303.
The unil-rigiied respectfully informs the citizens
of l;looiiirbiirr ami Columbia county , that they kerp
II tbe different niiMibera of stove coal and selected
lump roal for sinnhing purpose, on their wharf, ad
joinipc McKelvv, Nenl 4c Co's Furnace ; with a food
pair De,ffalo scales on the wbarf.to weigh roal.hay and
straw Likewise a horse and wagon, to deliver coal
to those who desire it. As we purchase a large
amount of coal, we Intend to keep a superior article,
and sell at the very lowest price. Pleae call and
examine fur your selves before purchasing elsewhere
J. W. IIP.NLEK.SMUT.
THE anc-rrsigned will take, in exebaage for Coal
and Grorere, the following named articles :
Wheat. Rye, Corn. Oat. Potatoes. Lard, I'ara. Shoiil
der, and side meat, Itutter, Eggs. Hay, ie , at the
highest cash prices, at his Grocery Pt're, adjoining
their coal yard. J. W . H E NDERHu'I'.
Bloomsburg, April SK, l-si6. ly.
RUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Medirinea. at John tt n... a,-..
rorner of Main and Market Streets. A good assort
Medicine. Taint. Oil and Yarnisbos, always on
hasu, and will be sold cheaper than at any t,ib.er
Dri g Store ia town.
Prescription carefully compounded at Moyer'
Ayers and Jaynes Medicine sold at Mover' Drug
Wi-tart' Tar Cordial. Baker's Cod Liver Oil,
Winslow' Soothing yrup, sold at A-oyer'a Dru
For any relieble patent medicine, call at Moyer
Leather of all kinds, wholesale and retail, at J. R.
Moyer'-Drug Store, Bloomsburg, Pa.
May , 16W. tf.
i.'n.jLl- i ixA a prepared
JYctb Slock of Clothing,
Sirins anil Snmmcr Gouds.
MJJ1N HTJiEET, tiLOOMSnURG,
two doors above the Jimtrican House,
TIa V Kh" Jun from New York and
Phi ladeJphia. a lull assortment Of !-
Men ami ISoy C'lothiji;?,
including the most feshionable, durable and hand
some. DdLt33 OOODa. consiating of . ,
'ttox,Sack, Frock, Gum and Gil Clot'.
, .Coats, and Punt,
of all sorts, size, rind colors. He slso hss replen
ished bis already large stock of Fall and Winter
Shawls ; striped, figured nnd plain Vests, shirts
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
pender and fansy articles. . . .
N. II. He has constantly .on hand a large-and well
selected ;iHi..rtiii.Tit -of Cloths and Voslioss. which
he is prerared to make up to order, into any kind of
clothing ou very slurl notice uuJ in the beet of man
All his clothing is made to wear and tnost of it is
of home ninnufuclure.
A . D
'if every Description. Ein? and Cheap. His Case of
Jewelrv is not surpassed in this place. I'nll and ex
amine his geueral assortment of Clothing, Wutches,
lewelry, 4tc. Slc.
Bloomsburg, April 20. ItCS.
e e:i;su arrival
AT I'ETKU KNT'S STOKi:,
IN LIGHT STREET,
or &int?.u aiu sunnim
GREAT REDUCTION I A 'RICES
HAS just received from the Eastern
Cities and is now opening at ihe old stand a
splendid assoitn'eit of
CE? Li" 25 Xl Si Si 1 H 23 . s 3
wl:c!: will be sold chritp for
CAfill or cnu. ritY pro nun r. !
His stock consists of Ladies' I'ress Goods, choicest
styles and latest fashions.
O A L 1 1 J O E S , M U .-5 1 . ! N S . ( 1 N C, 1 1 A ,M S ,
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, CARPETS.
SILKS, SHAWLS, SUatlv TI:ifU
Clothing SATINETS, CSSIM
E R CS.C OTTO N A L) US, K E N T U U K Y
JKANSj THREAD, iiC.
C SSs SX 12 S3
QUEENS WAKE, CEDAR WmE.
HARDWARE, M ED1CIN ES.DRU (1 S,
COOTS AM SHOES, HATS and ('APS,
In short, everylh'ng usually kept in a country
The pa'ronage of hi o'd friends, and the puc'ic
generally, is respertfully solicited.
'1 ha highest market price paii' lor coitutrv produce.
1 iglit Ftrttt, May 2, lc'&G.
LatLawaiiEa i, Clocrcsbiir? Hailioad.
Sf TWO DAILY TRAINS, -a
ON AND AFTKR MlVEMRF.R 27, lf.."., PAf
EENGLR1RAIN8 WILI. KI N AS loLLOWS:
LLAVE d OUT II VV A It H.
P M P M
Leave frrntiton, 4 4d
' Ki nekton. b.Wl
liloomsl urg. P.vil
Arrive at Northumberland !' ol
LEAVt. N U il T H W AH D.
Leave Northumberland, ".oil
" Bloointlnirg, P.ti5
Arrive at S ruitnn. ViW
Trains leavins Kingston at S 30 A: M for Frranton
comieet with Trio ai ri ing at New York nt 5..U
leaving Noitiiumhe I ind at rum A M. and Kin?ton
i! :M P. M , connect with Train atriving at New Vork
ut 1).05 P. M.
Passenst'T taking Train ?oui.h from Scratiton at 5 .'
A M via No-thiiiiibert.-ind.reaih Harri"lmrg li JU P M.
Baltimore -5 :0 P M.. Washington IU DU P M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia al 7 tW 1' M.
II. A. FONDA. Supt.
Kingston, Nov , "-I. lSt'5.
Uuion Businrss College
HANDEL AND HAYDN HALL.
Eighth and Spring Garden Slietts.
THOMAS MAY PIERCE, A. M.
President and Consultir.j Accountant.
Extriordinary Inducements !
NOVEL fc FF.R AVENT A RR C. F.MENT OP
LL'alNESS COLLEGE TERV13,
Troa April 1 to Cctctcr I, 1S65,
AND SUCCEEDING YEARS.
LIFE SCHOLARSHIPS, inrTiif!in Coofckeepn. Pti
siness C'irrpsponderice. Forms and Customs. Com
mercial Arithmetic. Uusines Penmanship. Detect
ing toanterteit Monev, Sc. Commercial Law,
SCHOLARSHIP?, incln.lfnj same suljert as above.
Time hunted to three months,
Penmanship, three months, - $7
Penmanship 4c Arithmetic, three mon'hs - 310
The savin; of cool and eas in tae summer month
is an advantage of snrfi ttuportan.-e as enables the
management ol'lhts Co!lete to make a cousitierahle
reuuciion in the summer rates.
Trcm October 1, 1866, to April 1. 1867,
Ar.d succeeding years, a before.
Life Scholarship - 55
Scholarships, 3 months, - ..j
Penmauphip, 3 month. ..... .i
Pemnani-liip and Arithmetic. 3 month., . . $12
M-alial Ttaxs oa Clubs, Svldikrs. ad rua tus
Sons or Mihistkr ad TsAinKas.
DAY AND EVENING 1NSTSUC
TION FOR BOTH SEXES
AND ALL AliES,
in Rankm. Storckeepine, Snokkeepins. renman
ship. P.n Draw in):. Phnor.'tphy. Arithmetic. Men
uralion1 Algelira. Gt toutlry . Analytical fieniaetry.
'Ihe t.'alrulus, Navisation, urveyine. Kneineerin
iau;m(t. Mining, Mechanical Drawm;, Couimerrilii
Law, Gurtnan, Telepra't.hlnj, aud the Enrlish
Branches, a', uiorieiate prices.
Eudersed by the public as the most succesf il T.u
siiies College of the country, as is evidoncrd by the
Four Hundred and Two Stadents
have entered in the
. Fiar Jii Mo.vTns or it Kxtntim,
Trinripalx of Drpartrnrnts,
THOMAS MAY PIERrG A M .
GEOHGE l. SNYDER. R. KARNCS
m vnKv ,-',.R" 1 T' KKVNOLDS,
ULNR KI.IV1 A E.ROGERSiON. A.s .c.s
Snppoted by an able CVrp of As-intent.
Call or scud for a CtoloRe. College Currency, and
I'icrte,a Pratnal 1 ducatur.
CITicc Sit I IVortli TihHi S
THOMa'S M. PLIUCE.
April 13, 1?)6. 3in.
Justice oTUie S'oacc,
Licensed toaceyar.ccr, Scrivctier, and
Oliicc IIcaTcp Valley, Pa,
TVil! attend to taking Acknowledgement. Write
De;d, Kortcage. Lne. Bonds. Notes, Agree
ments, 4.C dorveying atteuded to with despatch.
ATTOKrVEY ' AT - LAW,
Office epposVe Post cfice, over Hartman's sJorr.
Back l'ay, Eouriiy, Pensions and Gov
ernment claims promptly collected.
Bloomsburg, Apr. 4, 't-6. t
H0TS8 ail GatUB Powte
long and favorably
known, wui nsr
'oughly rein vl go rat
oroken-tlowa asl -low-spirited
aad cleansinc Qm
etomaoh and iBt
tine. It is ft fur pre
ventive of all dis
ease Incident to
this animal, inch aa LCNO fEYEB, GLANDERS,
1 ULtOW WA- wS
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, Lc. It
use improves the
the appetite- gives
a smooth and '
plosy skin and 3
'tuisenible skeleton into a. fln.ln,irin. .-.a
To keeper of Cows this nrecarmtlon l ir,..i.KT.
It increases the quantity and improve the quality "
vi uie mm. 11 naa
been -proven by a
tuiU experiment to
Increase ,tha qua
'Uty ot milk and
'cream twenty per
cent, and make tlt
'batter firm and
sweet. In fattening
'cattle, it give them
an appetite, loosen
their bide, and
. v m- cro-i" ? - mmci tuna umv
, - 1
In all diseases of Sfrine, such aa'Coughf, Ulccri in
'the Lungs, Live,
fcc, this article
.net as a specine. X jf.
Kv finttinir from f TvS
. one-half a paper
'to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, ft certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera. -
Price 25 Ccat3 per Paper, or 5 Papers for CI.
v. ToTJ'r:: &-BRO.',
AT THEIR .i
WnOLESlLE Pr.lG AXD JIEDIflJfE
No. 116 Franklin St, Baltimore, Mi,
For Sale by Drupgif U aud Storekeepers ihrongh
cat the United States.
i'or sale at the Drug Ptore of , .
EYEIZ f MOYER,
Bloomsburg Ta. '
Cloomsburg, Jan. 6. Ik'W. 12mo. . .
HAS been in snecessfu! practice for a nntnber'of
years, with the rxprieTtte df th rfrflWeut hr-piliil-iu
Europe, also a lnertitier of the Anafy-ical
vie. lical Institute of New Y rk. coirti lues to attend
to nil protosional ca-es kl his office No. bki Filbert
aftreet, Plnl.idi tpi-'ia.
il. No patent Menii ines a're uited oT'reeommendd ;
the remtdie ailioiiiirlered are I hove which will not
brbafe rotvii'tlie conKtitulion, but renovate the sy.
tern from all injuries it has sustained from mineral
medicines, ami leave the sycleiu in a healthy end
pi'rleetly cured condition,
3. liV.-'I'l- I'Sl A.tluit ilistressing disease and fell
destroyer of health and h.ippiues. nnderuiining the
con tituti m lii J yeaily cairving thousands to aft
timely graves, can iro.it empha. ically be cured,
4, Mt ianrholy. Abterrtiun. that state ot AMfia
tion and weakness of the mind which rentiers peY
snnKinraputile.it enjoying the pleasure Orferfartr
iii th" rluties of lite,
5. RHEUMATISM, in any f rm cr coniKtion,rf(rn
ia or anile, w.irranted rnrable.
ti, LPII.EPdv.ur falling rfeknes, xil til route or
ctubbern cae of
radically removed ; ia t Rbeuin and every dessrip.
linn of uleetiiti jns ' Piles and scrofulous disease
which h:ive battled all previous medical skill, can bs
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all disease,
iyes 'o.nsoipt.on) can be cured by wearing my Mu
ruted . .lai kt-t. which is a protection to the lung
ncuinxt all ihnnpes of weather ia all elimaless hav
ing tn vesiiitHted fir year' tbe cause and character of
interniitrents ((ever aud azue) in all parts of the
l.'fi'ed r-'tates w ill cure penuam utly all chronic etr
mure tus of ague uJ ucrvuu piseaav ia a few
luucir Cared willioni the kaife or Drawio;
Tape W.irin. th.-tt dread to the Human Family for
years, can I e removed with two or lje dose of
li' y newly dircoverud remedy, warranted in all case.
ousollntion in the English and Rermaft language
free nf chnre. Will make visits any Ci stance, if
desired. My be addresse by letter (confidentially.)
ami tietiiciue sent ;iu proper directiuus to any
part ot liio countrv.
OPFICE ?'o. H23 Filbert SL Pbila.
April 4. 1SG Jy.
ISC6 riiHadelphia & Erie !SG$
This great line traverses the Northern and North
west conntws of PcaUt jlvania to the city of Erie, ua
It has be-n leased bv the Pennsylvania Railroad
Con-'pany, and is operated by llieui.
TLX, or rASeE.NCtK TRAINS AT SORTHTJHMSkAKe
Eric Vail Train. i jr,
Erie Express Train, & 4i A M
LIuiira.Kail Train. IM Km
M:i VE UTSTH AIiD.
Erie Mnil Train. 4 59 A M
Erie Express 1 rain, , 6 4 P M
I. limra .Mail Irani. 4 SI P M
!'. titer 'ars run thrnBfh on the Erie Mail and
PxpreK Trains without cuamus both ways betweca
Pfctladcpfcia and Eri.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 00 p, m. arrive at Erie 9 30 a.m.
Le.ive Erie at 4 45 p in arrivo nt New York 4 lu p ia
Eiceaiit r-lcepine Car on all Niyht Trains. '
For information respecting Passenger bueidrss atv
ply at the Cor. :!0th en-l Market Ha Philadelphia.
And for Freight butjnes of ihe Compaoy's Agfa
8.H Kmfston, Jr.. Cor. loth and Market Streets.'
YViUia.ii Brown. Asettt N. C. R. R . Raltiraore.
II. 11. Hnustnn. Gen'l Freight Agt. Phil'a.
11. H". i; winner. Oen'l 1 icKt AhI. Phil'a. '
A. L. TV LEK , Gcn'l. Sup t. VViilauisp rt.
March 21, l-:od. '
' MANHOOD :
a-2y HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Ju-t pub'isheJ. anew edition of DR. CL'LVER
WM.L d Celebrated Esav on the radical cars (with
out merticme) of -spermatorrboee or r-eruiuai Weak,
ness. Involuntary Seminal Loses, I mpotencv. Men
tal and PliVMcal i nciipacity. laiperiiin. nts to Mar
naze, etc, also. Consumption, i-pilepsy. and Kits
inilured by sell indulgence or sexual xtravagance.
Price, in a sealed tnxrlnpr, only 6 cent.
Th? celebrate! author in His admirable esay
ctrarly d uinnstrales, frem a thirty year' successful
practice. that the alarming eons- 'luences of self abuse
may be radically cure.t without t e fiangernu s
ol internal mediciue or ihe application nj the kajl
KOtnt ug o;it a mo te rf core at once rimptu. certain
and eff rtual hy weans ,f which tverv u3"-rer. nn
n.atier hat his runrtitiori mav.be. may cure himself
cheaply, privatciy and radically.
This Li cture eh on 1. 1 he in th band of every
y nth and every man in the land.
feut, niider eal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
drr.. pot paifl, on rect ipt of nx cents. Cir twopoot
cge .t.unps. ddres the pnb'.ih r.
HAS. J. C. KLINE Sc CO.
127 Bowery. N York, Postt'ffic b , 46id- .
Marrh 14. IV
GMohlt-& lilh.li GKUtLUV
r no vision store
On Main Street. .Blonnuburg.
A large and r omplef assortment of GROCERIES
mtistanily on band. His ttock is composed tbiedy
ol" tbe following crliclcs:
Candies, - Tys,
FEED AND PUOVISIONS,
ronsistinr of. FI.OCR. CHOP. I D I A N-M E ATL.'
II AM S, ssHOCLUKRS. CHEESE, BtJTrE,S
together with a ;rea'. many other articles, usually
kept in a rtr?t-ciKs Grocery tUire.
Country prfnlnce generally will be takea in ex-"
ch.nie for any artlrl-s fuiind in his tore.
ZJr" The Inehekt market price wilt be paid for air
kind of COUNTRY PL lid.
HENEY GICER. .
Bloomsburg, Feb. 22, 160C.
F O U T Z
r V ' U''"f
Attorney nt Law,-
DL0G31SBIRG, tOLEMLIA CO; F&
' t .
WILL practice in the several Cnurtsol Colaubia'
t cunty. All fegal bnsines iiitructed I ft!'
caie shall receive prompt atlenrion.
Oince-tin Mm rueet, Excbang Cailding. over
Miller' Store. - - i
Eloomsburg, April 13. IPC4
QJJQA JIOtfTH! Agenta waoted
for sir rntirety art '-. Just out A4
dress O. T. O ARE v. Lit .Uaildint; Bedford. Wtuaa.
tec li, IbW.-Jy. .