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PULVlirjZATION OFXIIU SOIL.
Host farcers sn tv JI aware of the excel
lsnt eT?ct.i re.-:;'::-:' 3 from a ticrocsL pulver
ization of tLo soli lefors sowing or planting
tic-irseetJ. It was tle opinion of the cele
brated Jvtbro Tall, that good crops: migit
te produced frora a soil for an indefinite per
iod, simply by maintaining the earth in a
finely pulverized etate, thereby facilitating
the expansion of the roots in every direction
in quest ef food ; and notwithstanding the
fallacy of lila deductions so far a3 regards the
mere efUcacy of pulverization without the
assistance of other physical means, - no one
tan doubt the very great, I had almost caid
indispensable, necessity of the thoroughly
commingling the soil we intend to crop. A
very considerable proportion of the actually
available fertility of every soil is derived from
the atmosphere, by which it becomes im
pregnated or imbued with fructifying gases
the legitimate action of which, under cer
tain circumstances, and the laws of a well-bal,
anced economy, are so indispensable in the
primary development and final maturation
cf the plant. That such is the case i3 easily
demonstrated by the rapid acquirement of
the fertilizing principles by soil taken from
great depth, and. exposed, on the surface
where the action of the atmosphere is unin
terrupted, and which occurs in the case of
cand thrown from cellars and wells. In a
few seasons such a soil becomes covered with
a dense and luxurious vegetation, even when
no effort has been made on the part of man
to aid or forestall the operations cf nature.
: This results in part from the absorbtion of
' fertilizing gases, and from the solution of
soluble silicates, under the action of certain
agents of a strictly atmospheric character,
It is frequently remarked by practical agri-
j culturists, that soil thrown from ditches, ce!
I lars, wells and other deep excavations, be
I comes, in a few years, remarkably prolific
i under cultivation ; and this is what might be
: reasonably expected, as the soil in its primi-
tive position was below the range of vegeta-
tion, and consequently its soluble silicates
' have never been exhausted by supporting
I vegetable life ; but on being brought to the
I surface, exposed to the pulverulent action
j of the plow and the chemical and mechani
j cal action of the atmosphere, they become
immediately available, and exert a most po-
tent and beneficial influence upon crops of
! every discription, and for a . considerable
; length of time.
; Of the many substances imbibed by the
j soil, the most important as well as valuable,
; perhaps, so far as regards its action on living
j plants, is ammoniacal gas, and which being
; copiously involved wherever large quantities
of animal manure are used, or permitted to
i ferment and decompose in a free atmosphere,
f is greedily absorbed by the soil. But the
i capacity of the soil to absorb this principle
j is always in a direct ratio to its fineness, its
; prosperity, and the minute disintegration of
j the granules of which it i3 composed. If the
j surface is soli3, or presents large isolated
lumps, or if it is compactly and finely trod-
den, the absorbtion is slow and slight. The
more thoroughly therefore we stir and mix
, the soil, the more copious, of course, will be
! the influx of fecundating matters from the
air, and the more permeable will be the soil
' to the roots cf the plants by which it is to be
taken up. No toil that has not recently
1 been broken up, can be worked too much,
j for the more we plow and harrow, the more
certain shall we be of a crop.
1 In gardens the effect of thorough pulver-
ization are more favorably and obviously
j evinced than in field culture, where less at-
tention and labor are bestowed. Qne great
J reason, probably wby so many failures are
experienced from tho non-germination of the
i smaller kinds of seeds, it is to be found in
1 the very imperfect manner in which the soil
, is prepared for their reception. The min
; uteness of many seeds almost invariably in
j Eures their destruction, if sown in soil of a
j coarse quality. :
The moisture contained in the earth in-
sures the germination of the seed, tut the
I least circumscription of the fluidified pubu
5 lam. after this process has commenced, and
j before the development of the plumule and
; rofitel has sufficiently progressed to either
j enter deeply below its primary position or to
extend above the surface, proves almost im
mediately fatal, .the nascent plant withers,.
xnd if it does not actually die, it experiences
LfetultiScation and emasculation, of energy
; from which it never wholly recovers and re
mains sickly and dwarfed till it3 death. Let
any person who is at all skeptical concerning
the correctness of this doctrine, submit it at
! once to the ordeal of experiment, and he will
. find the reasonings herein advanced amply
corroborated by the result. ' ,, .
Although the utmost degree of pulverizar
tion which it is possible to secure, will not
insure fertility to a radically poor soil, with
out tb.9 assistance and conjoint action of oth
er accessories, yet it will be found to aug
ment the productive capacities of the rich
est and most fertile lands: Soils reduced to
-reat fineness, are also much more easily till
ed and managed than those of coarser texture
rrranuso acts with greater energy upon them,
,nl the crops are always more forward and
2ss liable to blight, mildew and rust Ger
:mntotcn TdegrapJu -
Hot and sultry are the days of this month
niT the firmer has nowreaped some of the
"mits of hi3 toD, and should turn his , atten
lon to a general clearing up and improve
ment of the soil for the next year's crop.
rjCt all work be done thoroughly. '
Manure ot all kiads should be looked after
rid got ready for distributing over the land
reparatory to fall plcnsing
A' Wonx OtT FAPJX.Can be made rich
y thorough culture, and by taking eare of
U the manure made, and applying i5 to the
-.nd. Let the land for foil planting be. p re
ared in the besfr possible- manner. Do not
!bw too much land; orsFy just such an
-; ?unt a3 you can cultivate thoroughly. '
YzirzL&XLWj Horses twd cattle should
ive-free-ventilation. Let the cow houses
1 ciclhs hara a free current of air, end
: r stcci rill ba heritby. It is a good plan
keep t!.?zi up during hot days and tarn
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
JL 13 A PROTECTED SOLUT JO OP THE
Protoxide ol Iron,
a new discovery io medicine birb
STRIKES AT THE BOOT OF DISEASR. BY
snpp'ying Ibe Blood with its vital mucin.
UVIB SXIMEIVT- IRON.
Thl is the eret of the wonderful success of Ibis
..... remedy in cuxisgr
Dyspepdia, Liver Oomplaint, Dropy,
Chronic Diarrboe, l$ui-i. Nervous
Affeetioni, Chills and Fever,
Huroori. Losa of Consti
tutional vigor, D)seaes
. of ibe Kidneys & -.
.Bladder, Female .' i
and all disease originating in a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a low atato of the
Bring f re from Alcohol in any form, le energia.
ing effect are not followed by corresponding reae-
tioo.but are permanent,! fusing strength, vigor and
New Lire inte all partsor the system, aud bunding
np an IKON CONSTITUTION.
WYSPKPSll AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon 8COTT. D. P.
Vvuhmu Canada East. March 21. Ii3.
"taiu an inveterate Dyspeptic of more
than 23 years landing.'
"i nave so woaaeriuiiy wnenuei in ine
tbrre short weeks during who h I hare used the Pe
ruvian J rup.ibat I can scarcely peraunde niym lfof
the reality. People who bar known mr are aston
ished at the ehang. I am widely known and can
bat recommend to otbrs that wbicb baa dooa ao
much for rue
A CASE or 27 YEARS' STANDING CURED.
From INSLEV JEWETT. No 15 Avon Place. Kot on
"J bava auflered. and sometimes reverely. for 37
years, from dyspeptic, 1 commenced taking tbe Pe
ruvian fcyrup, and found immediate benefit from it.
Ill th tours of tb'ee or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my tnflurings. aad bare enjoyed ania
terrupted b.-alth ever since
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF ROSTOV. PAYS:
I have been Haiug Ihe Teruvian I'yrup for s"rae
timepaxt; it KiVfS me n-vr Vigor.Buoyancy of pir
its. Elanlicity of Mufcle."
Thousands kawt tetn ckangtd by tki Hi 4 of this rvmtdf
from tceak, ttcklgHjerxng crraturu. ( Uramg.kealtkg:
aad kappp ate and icomtn; and invalid cannot rmma
bly kiHlatt U fie it trial,
A painplilt-t of i'i pages containing certificates of
eures and recommendatioias from some of the most
eminent physicians, clergymen, and otbera, will be
sent rasa toauy address.
ZJ-Skm tbatcacb koiUebas rcxcvui STkcr blown
in the gtaas.
FOR SALE BY
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BOLU BY ACL DUUGQISTd.
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Ur, II. Anders' Iodine Water
Is a Pore Solmion of Iodine, WITHOUT A SOI
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Circul irs will be sent rsas to any one seiiwing tboir
Price $1.(0 a boule, or 6 for $5 (to
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And by all Druggist
ISTABS BALSAM OF "
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ad uver j affec
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which carries ofl more victims than any other dis
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when all others prove ineffectual.
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vegeiaoie muguum ii tun ciass oi uufsT.ii is
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fidence of the public,
SEYMOUR TIIATCIiER, M. D.,
nf hermitn. N. Y.. write an follows :
"Wistak's Bals( or Wild Ohckbv rive nnivrrsal
aaliffartion. It seeing to cure ough by lo.f ning
and cl-awrinf tbe lunes.and allaying irntflion thus
removing tlie ranse. iiikt-ad of drying up ine cnub
and leaving tlir rause tx riinJ. 1 consider tht Rain.mi
eo d a any. if not the bent. Cough lue.icine with
whirl) 1 am acquainted."
Iv?v. Jacob Sechleb. of Hanover, Pa.
Weil known and much respectad among the German
population in this eonntry. makes the following state
ment (or the bem-fit of ibe afllicted,
Dbab. rias Having realized in my family impor
tant benefits fri-m the ua of your valuable pre para
lion WisTAas Balsam or Wild Chckt it affnrdn me
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yars aeo one of my daughter see.ned lobe iu a de
cline an-i little hopes of her recovery were entertain
ed I then procureQ a bottle of your excclleur Baleain,
and before sh haTuka iha whole of the conunts of
tbe bottle there was a great irrpruvement in her
health 1 btrve.m uiy individual care made frequent
use nt your valuable medicine, and have always been
benefitted by iu
Trice One Dollar a Bottle.
FR 8ALB BY
J. T. DINSMOUE. 36 Dey Street. New Tork
" 8ETH VV rtlWLE, x fcON. Proprietors,. Boston.
; amd ar a u. barea.sTa.
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CUBE3 BOILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
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S. w. FOWE it SDN. Proprieto 'f.KiiKton, and by all
urug'sms. t;rocers. and Country stores
tnuaty 27. lHti ly.
hoenlc and Uclail.
'pllE subscriber would announee to the rittana uf
eioomsourg and vicinity, tbt be
LiaUOUa in iarfe and small quanti
ties, and at different prices, at his
new store, on Mat street, north nj.
two doors south of fnu street. Hrooio a
burg. Uia stock of Foreign and Do
mestic consists of Cognac and Rocbel e. Blackberry, Gin.
ger. Raspberry aad Javendrr. Ha bas a large ass-
Old Bye, gray with fine OiJ fiourbon. old P lks
wiusf ey. and aaj quantity orcorrmou. tie aio bas
PURE HOLLAND Q IN,
Madeiras. Libon. Claret. Sherry and Canpagne
Wines ; and last bat not leaet. a quantity of good
doub eestta tJBOv'N STOUT ; a '1 oi which ho tvill
cell at rhe lowest eab prices. The public are re -peetfully
aoliciied us gi v his liquor a triar.
- D. W, BOBBINS. Agent.
fmr improved W Sewing Machine. TBrea .
kmJa.- Under and apper feed. Warranted five
ytfara. Above salary or large commissiona paid.
The OHit Y machines h tbe United States for less
then $40. whirq are fully licensed by Howe.Wkert
er at Wi son. Crevvr It Maker. 8i ngnr c Co.. and
Kacbelder. All other cheap Machines are Infrinre
mentsand the seller or user ara liable to arrest, fine
and imonsonmeat. Circulars free. Address or rail
npon Saaw fcclaTk, Biddafor, Mt ., trr Caieaga Dl.
Cersa:feer X ja;3. !y. "
C L OTH I N G E M P O R I U M ,
ewy opposite J fie ' Epicopal Church.
t LOTH ING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
- ' i - mmm
MY stock is composed of fine clothing, medtnm
and low priced adapted to -all conditions.
tasUs and wants. He bas the latest styles for tbo
seasoa a fine assortment of .
Overcoats and Gentlemen's Snaw.s,
from low to tbe very best
His Goods ait futkwnnble and well Made.
la addition to my-sttck of ready-made clothing, t
have piece goods for custom orders, - ..
Clollivy Cnsihicre99 &c, &c.
And having owe of the first class entters. I gnaran
ueaAiin all eases an i give satisfaction. Alsa a
MO0LEX A XI) LINES ShlRTS,
Stockings, Neckties. Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's line of clothing.
Alto, Hats, Boots ami Shoes, Trunks and Carpet
1 will sell at the lowest Market pricsa. Please give
me a call before purcbu.ing el e where.
ANDREW J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg, Nov. 15. 18G5.
Cntavrissa Hail IIoni!.--Oii
and after MONDAY, April ri8l5. pannmrer
trains on the l'olai;i Kailn ad will run at the fol
low ing named hours ;
Mail fouib statioks Mail North,
lie i, a m Williauiport Arr. ti 14 p.m.
9.17" Muiicy Dep. 4 4i,"
9.46 Wit sou town 5.a "
1.00 Mi'ton 3 01
- lu, L;n villa 4 l
11.00" Rnpert 40
- 11.10" Cala,wisa - 3 50
IS 18 pm ' Ringtowa
lite u SuiHniit " 145
1 0- ' QnHkake 1 40 '
I .SO E Hihauoy June. 1.20
" 3.15 " Dine Tamaqua. Dine " 1.1(1
" 4 ti Ren ling 10 40 a at
Arr 7.00 PlnUdHpbia 8.00
. 1 N.
l New York via. Read
i ing or Maurh Ch
No change of can between WiiM;ti-port and Phil
adelphia. GEO. W. WEUU. Sapt,
April IS, 1.36G
A LECTURE TO YOCXG
JUT poblinhed. In a sailed enve-
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pe. Price 0 tents. A lecture on the
ure. treatment t.nd radical cure of
WiSmiW Siierinatorhnea. or Heminal Weaknnsa
Involuntary emissions, sexual Debility and Imped
inrents to Marriage generally. 'Nervousness. Con
sumntion. Epilepsy, and KiU ; Mental and Physical
Incapacity, resulting fioni Self Abuse. te.. By Rub
ert J. Culver well. M, P-. author of thi 'Green Book,'
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from his own experience. that
the awful consequences of Sulf-Abuse may be eff'il
ually removed without Medicine, and with-ml dan
fernu rurrical operations, bonglt-s inhtriitiient.
nns. or cordials, poinlim out a mode fcureat
once certain and e(T.:rtiial, by which every suil'orer.
no matter list his condition niav be, tn-iy cure
himself cheaply, privately and radically. This Li e,
turn wil I prove a boon to lhnuanr:s. Sent under
sea '.o any address in a pl;nn envelope, on receipt
ot six cent nrtortstn;e lamps. Also r Cut
ver ell's Marriage Ouule, price -.5 cent. Address,
C II .,!-. C KLIV EaCU..
1'.'7 Bowfry, N"w oik, P. O. box 45:26.
April 18. I ty Pnji.i.'o.
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ized to confer Itegree of Merit Diaplomas awarded
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THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
BiioliCGptDg,Commercial Arithmetic, Pen
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vance of anything of the kind ever oflefKd to the pub
lic A regular Tele rap!i Line is connected with the
Institution wi'h twenty branch offices in various
parts of the ri y, where public business is transacted,
and in which Ihe rlud-Mls of this litlitiiiinn arc per
muted to practice. N regular tnce prncuce ran bei
hail in auv otter school of intrtictiin in the country,
without m hicb no one elm obtain a position as a prac
tical operator. Young m-m are cautioned against the
deceptive representations f those who. without any
such facilities, pretend I ! ach Telegraphing.
This Institution Is now enjoying the largest patron
tronage ever betowed upon any Commercial ehol in
tPe Stale. Over five buiidre. students were in atten
dance tbe ftrst year, anil over seven hundred during
the past year. Tbe be-t class of students may inva
riably be found here, an 1 all its associations are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
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of tbe city, and its acoinmodations. for extent, ele
ganre and con ventencis. are unxirrta.-sed. All the
roiims have been Btted up in the very b'tt style with
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Hundreds and thousand? annually die prematurely
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Dll. JUAN DELAUARRL'S
rc!ebrnti-fl Specific Tills,
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ly recommended as the only positive ad feeijie Rrme
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Buffer nu more, bat use Tht Ortat French Remedy il
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a powerful remedy, ronitjns aotbiag bnrtfiAl t-j ih.j
most delicate constitutios
Pamphlets. rmiuminc Ui lparieMJacaawl directianc
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company each box. aatd a4s ao Iree to any addr. s
Price (! fdar per box; Six boxes tot Five Dollars
-Sold by all Draggiat tbrnugli..ut the worbt ; or will
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Br.WJIRK OF COUXTEUt FAT -A"X IMITATIONS.
Proprietors exclusive Agtau for America, OSCAR O
MO&tX. t CO.. 27 Courlund St. New York.
Auiboriaed Agents for Boomsburg.
, v , . caJi tr.LArpocx.
READING RAIL ROAD.
IiiUe 1 Ilh, IbGG.
(3 reat Trunk Line From Tbe North
M and Nertb WfWt for PhiKdelphia. New York,
Reading, Pottiville. Tamaqua. Ashland. Lebanon, Al
lentowa. aston. &.c.
Trains leave llarrisbnrg for New Yora. as follows :
At 3 00. 8, 10 and ti.04 A. M..and 3.IU and 9.15 P M
connerting with similar Trains on ilie Pennsylvania
Rail Road, and arriving at New York at 6.lMland io.10
A. M and 4 10. 5 30 and 10.45 P. M. Pleepins Cars ac
companying tbe 3.00 A. M. and 9.15P.M. Train,
Lrave llarrisbnrg for Reading. Potlrville. Tamaqua,
Minersville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentowa, and
Philadelphia at 10 A M. and 3 10 and 4 10 P M. stop
ping at Lebanon and principal Way stations; ihe 4 10
P.M Train making connections for Philadelphia
and Columbia only. For Pottsville. Sc.iuylKill Ha
ven and Auburn, via rlchuylkill and Pusquebanna
Rail Rottd. lesve Harrisbuig a 3 20 P.M.
Returning ; Leave New-York at 7 a 9.U0 A. M.I2 00
noon and U.MO P. M. ; Philadelphia at ( 15 A. M. and
3 3D p. M. Way Tassengur 'I rain le.ives Philadet
phia at 7 30 A M. returning from Reading at 6.30 P.
M. stopping ot all Stations ; Potl.ville at H 45 A. M.
and 2 45 P il Ashland 6 00 and II 30 A H. and
1 05 P. 1. Tamaqua at 9 45 A. M, and I 00 and U.55
Leave Pottsville for llarrisbnrg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Kail lioail, nt T.l'O A 51.
Rending Arcouinioilation Train : Inves R' ailing at
6 tO A. returning from I'tiilxd-lphiu at 5.00 P. M.
Coluiubi i Rail Koad Trains leave Ruailmt at 0 45 A.
vi. I-JU5 Noon and 0 15 P. Ai. for tphrutu. Litis.
Lanrater. Columbia fee.
Os rundaa; Leave N.w York at 8.00 P M, Phila
delphia 8. 0 A M, and 3.15 P M. the rj.00 A M.
Tiain running only t Reading. Pottsville f 00 A M,
Tauiaqua730 A M , Harriaburg 9 05 A. M aa Read
ing at 1.33 and 7 MA. M. far Harrisburg. and 10 it
A. M. for ew York, and 4 25 M lor Philadelphia.
Commu'ation Mileage, Season, Scnool and Excu'
sion Tickets o and from all point-, at rcduo d itatea
Bajrgage checked through ; bO pouuds allowed each
Passongrr. C. A. NK.OLLS.
Reading, Pa. Juno 25, 13G6.
Spring and Sitmnirr CooI.
' I 'II E subscriber has Just returned from the cities
J with another large and select assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMfcK (JOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York, at the
lowest figure, and which be is deiermiitedtusi.il
on a iiioierxte tortus as can be procured elsewhere
Ilia rtock cum prises
LftD E3 DHHSS GOODS
i if the choicest styles and latest fashions together
with a large assortment of
DRY-COOPS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS.
on-1 Vi stings. A!so, Crricerios, Hard Hare, Cedar
Ware, tlolliiA -n are, Ni!s, Iron. f
Hats and Caps, .c. I p. short, everything usually
kept in a country -tores, to which he invites the at
tention of the putfTjR generally.
The highest price ill be paid for country produce
in exchange for goods.
S. n. MILLER.
Bloomsbtirg, Nov. 2 I3G.5
WILKE3-B ARRE. PENNA.
CAPITAL AXD SUnpTFs, - - 150,
Stock not called in, - -
Bills receivable, -U.
8. 5 -20 Bonds, .....
Temporary and call loans, ....
103 shares Wyoming Bank Stock, .
5 shares First National Bank at Wilks-Darre
6. 1. -I)
70 shares Second National Hank at Wilkes-Bar
41 shsres V ilkea-Uarre Bridge Slock,
Real Extale. .....
Due from Agents and othera,
Cttth in hand aud in Bank. ...
O. M. ItOI.t.EN BACK,
JOHN REICH ARi).
S .MCKL WAWHAMS.
R II I. t of.
I. . D. SHOEMAKER.
II. M HOVT,
' S. ROS,
IIARI.K- A WINER.
G A! IlAhDIvr;.
G. M HOLI EVA' K. Preeident.
U D. SHOEMAKER. Vies Pr .
K. C SMITH, Bacraiaxt.
F. LROWN. Agi-nt,
March 25, I?65 insburg. Pa.
TIIE undersigned would respectfully announce to
the ritixens of Bloomsburg, and tbe public feu-
erany. mai ie is running
an U.MIIbUfl LINK, be- til-:
oeen mis iaceaiM menu- . 'ij JLtlfT
ferenl Rail Ro.id lepots rial- WriF
connect with th setrral Trains going Smith a West
on tbe Catawissa and Williamsport Rail Road, and
with those going North and South on the Lack, it
HisOMNIHUS-ES are in good condition, comm-v
tJiotis and comfortable, and chart es reasonable.
E7 Persons wishisg to meet or sec tlir fri-nds
depart, ran he acrnnimoihlted. upon-.sen son.-hie
charges by leaving timely notice at airy cf the Ho
tels, JACOB L. GIRTON.
Bloomsburg. April 37. 1C4
Wat. c. HtsszcT,
sco. w. carpenter.
G. W. CARPK.TKR, IIISZICF & CO.
737 aisaxsT St. one door below fitb, rVtt,ALrHiA.
D BUG it. MEDICINES. CFTEMICALS.
PAINTS lilLS. GLA-S. VARNISH IIS, DYE?,
And every other article appertaining to tbe
business, of tbe best quality, and at tbe
lowest Market Rales.
Kerch 2? I8GG.
JOHN C. YE ACER & Co.,
MANI FACTCRER . WHOLESALE DEALER IN
4LL AT: s 0
STRAW GOODS, BONNE I S AND
No. 257 North Third Street. Phila'd.
Voir at, IPfi?
" LVET0S' OFFK ES.
D EPINEUIL & EVANS,
Civil Engineers and Patn Solicitors.
No. 435 WALNDT STREET , PBitADaCrm.
PATENTS solicited Consultations on Hngineering
Draughting and Sketches .Models and Machinery
of all kinds MAoa and skilfully attended to. Special
attention give t REJECTED CASES and INTER
FESENCE9. AutlrerHie Coptes of ait Documents
frnm Patent office procured.
N tt. Save yourselves useless trouble and trav
eling expense. as there is an actuai need for person,
al mtervirw with us. All business with these offi.
ees can be transacted in writing. For farther infr
nation direct as above, with stamp enclosed for Cir
April ltf.lflo6.-ly.-J VV.
A TTO i: V- IT-1. A W,
Ojji'eprer H. ft miii'. oppoi:e Poet Offie
lii'HiiMsbuTg, AprK4, Isti'i tf.
Bounties, Iinrk puy. J'emions, 4"C
rnecial attention paid to Blatters arrising ander
tbe Interns! Revenue Laws.
CT OfriCB m door west of tbe Cort Hottaa.
January 17, 18C4.
)a. MARSHALL'S .
This Snuifbas thor.mghly proved itself to be the
best article known for curing the CATAsari. Cold iA
tbi Hits end IIiadache. It bas been found n ex
cellent remedy in many eacea of Sore Eyes, af
ncss baa been, removed by it and liKAko m has often
been greatly unproved by its. use.,
His fragrant and agreeably, arid , --
IVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF .- ,
To the doll heavy pains ranged by diseases of the
Head. The sensation a'er using it are delightful and
invignrating.lr opens and purges out all obstructions,
strengthens the glands, and gives a healthy action to
tbe parts affected. ,
More than Thirty Years'
Of Sale and use of Da. Maris ail's Citiiir ariri
flgADACHB Sni rr. has proved itagr-at value f all
the common diseases of the Head, and at this moment
itslands higher than ever before.
It is recommended by many of the best physicians,
and i s nsed with great succesa and oalislactiun eve
rvwhere. Uvadthe Cert ficatea of Wholesale Drag
gist io 1854
The undersigned, having fo- many years been ac
qtianiteil with Dr. MsasKttN's CaTabrh an t Hkad
ahk i-nvrr, ami sold it in our wholesaletrade cheer
fully state. that i elieve il to bo eqil il in every re
k ert, to the ree mi.nil alioiis given nf for the cure,
.f Catarrhal Affe lions, and that it is rieridedly the
best aiin le we have ever known fur all ruiiiinoii dis
eases or the Head.
Ktirr . Perry. Boston,
Reed. Austin & Co
Krown. I.anison tc Co "
Reed, Cutlwr 4c C '
.-eth W Fowle.
Wilson. Fairbank 4c Co.
Ilenshaw, Eilmaiids At Co
H 11 Hay. Portland. Me.
Hnrnes Park. New Yoik
A ti at D stands,
Stephen Paul St Co
srael Minor t. Co
M'Kesson 4c Robbina
A L Scovill 4t Co
M Ward. lse at Co '
Hush Jr. Cale,
For Sale b all Druggista. Try It.
Feb. 3, liHKJ ly.
RELlEl? in ten minutes.
Bi van's Pulmonic WniVrs.
CJ-The original MerMrinr estihliihed in r37. and
first article of 'ho kind ever introduced under th;
name of l'ut,i"Ktc Warras.'' in this or any ruh -r
country; -ill other Piilnio iic Waf -r are ro'iiiterfi-na.
The genuine can he known by the tiauie liRVA .V be
ing stamped n . each Wafer.
These Wafers hav: been heforeth" puhliefor nnr1y
Thirty Years ami tlu inimeuse sal-: alia ned.net "ii!
iii Ainerii-ii b.il in fortiin eountries. fully attest thfir
iiitrinxir. v rh. Th- ine-liral propprti are superior
iany oilier article offered lor l II- cure of Pulmonary
or Uroin hnl alT ctlons and the quantity contained in
eai-h bo i is nearly double that of the many worthless
Lrjans I'lilcinnfc Unf.rs
cure Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat. Hojirean. A sihma.
Catarrh, bronchitis. Difficult Kreathing, rp tlinz of
II L: :.. .k... -I. . ..
,,i.n.M niiav ' utn NU III plton HQil
all diseases nl the lungs. Nolaft'ording o ily temporary
relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting cure and are
warranted to give satisfaction in every instance. -
They do a t nauseate like a'c-bolic compounds, and
Ibe medical prope.ties art' combined in a form so
agreeable and pleasant to tbe taste, that a.iy child
wil! readily take tliem One dose wilialwajs afford
REIIEF in ten minutes.
To Vocalists and Public Speakers, the Wafers are
peculiarly valuable ; they wi II in one day remove the
most vere occasional hoarseness; and th'-ir regular
use for a few days will, at all times. increase the pow
er and fluxiliil'ty of th voiee. greatly Improving its
'one. co pass and clearness for which purpose they
are regularly used by many professional vocal tsts
The very great celebrity of this valuable remedy has
itii n.d unprincipled persons to prepare hasu innti
tions. which disappoint the just expectations of the
purchaser, and injure the character of the genuine
See that the word "BRYAN, is stamped on each
Wafer, and also observe the far simile of the signa
ture of the Proprietor. "JOB MOE" on each wrap
per, to countefeit which is roRoaav. C7" Offending
partiea will be dealt with to the full eilentlf the law.
BetajTs Poivoruc Wapkrs are for sale by ail Drug
gists JOB MOSS Sole Proprietor, 27 Cortlandt St , N. Y
Feb. 3, 1306 ly.
THE GREAT i:GLISII KL.UKDY.
PROTECTED BY ROYALLETTER3 PATENT.
S'R J AMES CLARKE'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
Prepared front a freeripitonf Sir J.Clarke. M. D.,Phy
tician .zxraordinaoy to tke Queen.
This invaluable mepi. iuu i unlailiug in the core of
all those painrul and dangerous diseaae to which the
female constitution is subject. It moderate all ex.
cess and removes all obstruction. from whatever cause
aad a speeuy cure may be relied on
iO M AH MED LADIES.
it is particnlarly suited. It will, in a abort time, bring
on die niuuuuj yviivu win rrHiariiy.
aEach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Maiup oi uieat uriuiin. to prevent countctfeits.
Theft PtUi rkould not taken ty Females daring tht
FIRST TIIRf.K. MttMTHSof Pregntfnry, tkey are ewe
tobring on Miscariagt.bat at any other ttme racy arte aft
Evety woinen knows that the bloom nf hralln must
fade, with the slightest Areg.tlnrity wr obstruction of
th menses. 1 hese Pi. Is are truly the woman's friend
in the hour of trial, snd tbe only sure, positive and
never failing cure and regulator suppression of n
ture from wha ever cause So mild Inat the feeblest
can l-'Kethem with perfect security yet so powerful is
tne.r ejects, inai tuey may ue suiciy caned, a never
In all rases rf Nervous and Spinal A (T'ctions Tains
ID the Back and I.iuihs, Irulicues light eyertion. Pal
pitalion of ibe Heart, Hysterics, and White. the-e
Pll'a will eff ct a cure when allothermeans have fai
ed ; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain
iron, calomel, ani.uiuny, or anything hurtful to tbe
Fuil directions in the pamphlet around each package
which should be carefully preserved
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Sole General Agent for tb L'nit-d Slates and British
JOB MOSES, 27 Cortland St.. New York.
N. B 91 CO and 6 three cent postage stamps en.
closed to any authorized Agent, will ensure a bottle,
containing dU Pills, by return mail, sscurely scaled
from ail observation
Feb. 3. 'uG.-ly.
HC. II O W E"R,
KFSr til Tr UI.LY offers his profess
ional services to the ladies and gentle
men of III omsburgand vicinity.' He is
nrftnirtll in llmnH In nil tti
operations in the line of liis profession ands provided
W'thtite Litest improved PVRCt.LAlJ TF.HTff; whir
w ii pjin-terieu on gnio.piaTina.su vcr and rubber br e
lolooKw-ll as the nntuial teeth
Mi ienl plate and block teelb manufactured ar- all
o) emtine on teeth.rarefuily and properly alien. led t".
llr.irVnce and omro a few doors above the Court
Il-iuse. same side.
Bl joaisburg. June 6 1663
t iA. e o' uu.li3liU lili, UCJ-
. VI I tT d niTraj-a -
3 3 31 ' "J 1 I' E subscriber, proprietor
ot tne aiieive naiiii d e
tensiv establishment, is no
nrenared to receive orders
AH Kinds of Macliinrry,
fnr CoMerietf Rlast Furnaces, Stationary Engines.
MIL!,", THFEfIllNO MACHINES. AtC. tC.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all sisrs and
patterns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually inad in
His extensive facilities and practical workmen, war
lautbiiuin reewiving tbe largest contracts on tbe
m wt r4Sonahle terms.
iCT" Grain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
ft"? This establishment is leea.ed near the Lackawa-
na A Bloomsburg Railroad Dt pot.
illaomsburg, Sept. 13. 1803.
jEW QOAL y
The undersigned respectfully informs tbe citizens
of Hiooiiib'irg and Columbia county , that they ko p
II the different numlM-rs of stove coal anJ si lecteii
lump coal for s.nithing purposes, on their whart, ad
joining McKelvv, Neat 4eCo's Furnace ; with- a good
pair Buffalo scales on the wharf.to weigh coal. bay and
straw likewise a horse and wagon, to deliver coal
to tlrose who desire it. As we purchase a large
amount of coal, we Intend to keep a superior article,
and sell al the very lowest prices. Pleae call and
examine fur yfturselves before purchasing elsewhere.
3. W. HENDEhSMOT.
THE undersigned will take, in exchange for Coal
and Groceries, tbe following named articles :
Wheat. Rye, Corn. Oats. Potatoes. Lard, Hain.Shoul
der. and side meat. Butter. Bggs. Hay. 4.c , at the
highest cash prices, at His Grocery Store, adjoining
their coal yard. J.W. HE NDERsIiOT.
Eloomsburg, April 3-. l.-o6. ly
JRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Mcrjjrines. at Jc.hn R. Moyer's Drug Store,
corner oi ain and .Market Streets. A good assort
IM RIC DIM GS,
Medicines. Taints. Oils aad Varnisbo. always na
baad, and will be sold cheaper tfcaa at any other
Dri g Stare ia lim,
Prescriptions carefully compounded at Meyer's
A ers aad Jaynea Wedrcines sold at- Mbyepa Drug
Wi-hert s Tar CordiM. Baker's Cod Mver Oil,
Winslow's Sootbitg Syrnp, sold at ) oyer's Drng
Fr any reliable patent medicine, eall at Moyer's
Leather of all kinds, wholesale aad retail, at J. E.
Moyer'a Drug tor, Bleotasbarg, Pa.
JYcui Stock of Clothing.
Spring and Suimner Goods-
INVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fash
ionable Clothing at his Store, on
MjUS XTHEET, 11 L O OM SB Ult O ,
two doora above the rimrrican House,
w he-re he has just received from New York and
Phi ladelphia, a lull assortment uf
iTIi n and Boy's C lotlihi;:,
including tlie most .fesliionahle. durable and band
some. D ESS GOODS, consisting of
tioxt Hack, Frorkl Gum and Oil Cloth
,4 ..Coafs. anU Panl
of all sorts, site and, colors. He also bas replen
ished his already large stock of Fall and Winter
Shawls; striped, figured and plain Vests, shirts,
cravatv storks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fanny articles. (l ,
N II. He has cnnftanlly ptt band a large and well
selected ass. .run int of Cloths an I V.:tnii. which
lie is prerar d to make up to ord.-r. into any kind of
ci. lining on very sU-irt notice an J in the best of m in
ner. AH his clothing U made to wear and most of it is
of home mnnufatture.
A iN D
nf every Desrrijition. Fire" and Chap. His Case of
Jewelrv is not surpassed in this place. Call and ex
amine his geueral ai-sortmeni of Clothing, Watches,
lewelry, cc. fee,
DAVID LO WEN BURG.
Bloom burg, April 30. le&j.
I IU S1I ARtilVAfi
AT i ET l-.lt EN I 'S STOKI'i
IN LIGHT STREET,
of ijcii a i su.Tijirai
Gil E JIT REDUCTION .V PRICES
FTAS just received from ibe EaicrD
Cities fi'id s now opening at the old stand a
Hpl'-n.lid axsoilirent or
which will be sold cheap for
i:ah ok i:nijNrtY iMtoi-UtW !
His stock consist nf Ladies Dress Goods, choicest
styles and latest fashions.
5 A LI ; ) ti. A l U LI N S. (J I N G II A M S,
KLNNELS. IIOSIEKY, CARPE'I S.
silks. .sHAWLS. Ccadv illadr
Clothing, SATINETS, OMSSIM
E R KS.C OTTO NAD ES, KENTU OK Y
JEANS, THREAD, kO.
CC3-LS3LX iZSS 53212
QUEENS WARE, CEDAR WARE.
HARDWARE. M EDICIN ES.DRUGS,
COOTS AM) SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short, evcryth ng usually kept in a country
The patronage of hi o'd friends, end the puctic
generally, is respectfully solicited.
'Ihe highest market price pai.' for cnuutry produce.
Light Street. May 2. 18CS.
Lackavanua & Bloonisburg Hailroad.
tor TWO DAILY TRAINS, -a
ON AND AFTi R NOVEMRRR 27. IPGS, PAS
SENGER TRAINS WILL Rt. N AS FOLLOWS:
P M P M
Leave Srrantnn. 4 4d
Rlaotnsl nrg. B.-Xi
Arrive at Norihiiuiherland 9.50
Leave Northumberland. 7.IH)
Arrive at rH-rtilon. Ii4
Trains leaviar Kingston at 8 30 A: M for Srranton
connect tsuh Train airtrin at New York al S"-M
leaving Nuituuniiie-l'i'.d at e.tio A M.and Kingston
i Mt P. 1 , coiu.ect with Train arriving at New York
at I0.M P. M
Passenger' taking Train Soaih'from Seranton at 3 5t)
A M via No thumb.-rlan J.rea. h Harrinburs I.' 3U P 1.
Baltimore 5:0 P M . V !iinrto 10 OOP M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at 'i 00 P M.
II. A. FONDA. Supt,
Kinestnn, Nov .25. trT5.
rjMIE NEW .
Xrinj; Ac JSiihiiiicr Iflcdicinc
AICS PAIS I Mai A
IODIDE OF LIME,
C. -VV. PETTES, BOSTON.
JAMES R. MCHOLS & CO.
Man vfacturing Ch cm isfs,
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
ELIXIR PERUVIAN BARK
I'rotoxidc of Iron,
Which has become so favorably known as a
TOA'lC A.VO RESTORAIIFE,
f!y Physicians and Invalids in all parts of the roun
The new preparation. 5jrsapa rilla In combina
tion with lodiiie of Lime." presents one of the most
prompt alterative agent,, in a 'orin capable of exert
ing full action upon the syi-tem. and this in minute
ami pleasant doses. It is conceded ttat the altera
tive resolvent, or tonic effects of Iodine are esert
cri most decidedly wcen associtted with other alter
atives . in couihiaatioti ; and the Sarsapariila seems
to fulfill perfectly all Ihe favorable requisitions.
The first ff.-ct usually observed whn
'SA K8APAK ILL A WITH IODIDE OFLMIC
is taken, ia an increase of appetite showing that it
bas tonic properties of a marked character. Its al
teratrve effects are manifest in Hs ready combina
ti'iiu with the blood and tissues" Pale, ter'fulotis
women anil children improve rapidly under its use,
and ihe vital functions arsume a nralthy condition.
It is admiraKly adapted to a lane number ol chron
ic or acute aff ctions peculiar in children. It is suit
ed to them both by the mildness a nd efficiency of
medicinal t fl".:rt and the pleasant, attractive form of
the remedy. It may be Biven for a lonu period where
constitutional influences are desired, anl no repug
nant e. or liisinciinut on t- take tlie syrnp, encouu-t-red.
In White Sweilmc. Ilip-Joinl Disease, and
'istortions uf the Spine, it shotl-l bn given persist-'
ei.tly, in moderate dotes, until relief is obtained
In the Spring of tlie Year, and during the
the acenmirlartion of morbid matters in tbe system
seems to become manrfesl and very trorrblesome Las
situde, lleaiiache. Boils, Costiveiiers, Loss of ippe
tite. Pains in the Joints. Indigestion, etc . are very
common. Nothing ever devised is better adapted to
exterminate or drive otTthes a If ctions thia this new
cmh..a(iou of SARSAI'ARILLA VMTU IODIDE
A preparation like it, er which approximate! to it at an
Alterative, or Blood Purifier,
hat ever before been placed ttilkinike rear h of invalids.
Indeed, it is au entirely navr and sctLKTiric combina
tion, in no reared resemuling anything tiiltict to em
ployed. The opinion of medical men concerning it. the tie
scription of its chemical character, therapstunc val
ue, manner of use, etc.. are given in a circnlir,
which can be had at the store of any and all frrst
tCr Sold in Bloomshnrgi wrwfcnie afl'd rcfarl, by
Eyt-r Sl Myer. and all Drugrins
June i, ImiiC. tint.
J. T. nE ABLETS
Complete in TWO VOLUMES, also in ONE. It is
ailniitle.l t" be the most ixTcassrina, Forot.A. :md
VALrsai a History of tbe Rebellion, which is fully al
teted by the enormous sale of isJO volcmes. and
a ttrce portion of the country still uncanvassed.
We are obliged to run our presses ni-bt and day to
enable us to supply our Agents.
Men of charai ter and ability, who desire a lucra
tive emploj ment will find this inn opportunity.
The price nf ihe work to one volume is so low.
(eompa'ed with oiier Hutories) as to bring it witbm
the teach of all classes
For lull particulars send for circular- Address,
AMERICAN PCIIHSHING COMPANY,
149 Asylum St.eet.
The higk price ff Potatoes warsante-a liberal use
sed-aleng tit" rows or hills, ann covered when eul
llvatinr : in like manner on corn. Prepared by
WILLIAM El LIS CO. Chemists,. Nos.724 aad
7v3, Market Street, Philadelphia, and for sale by
A. & KXiTTER, Agontl
Vsv 18, Sra.
Hotsb wi CatUB Wm
long and favorably
known. wUl lhar.
oughl y Ttln rigoratd
and cleansiag thst
stomach and Lolas f
It Is a sara yrs
TenUve of all db
rssns 4m.(4ma aa
this animal, such as LtTNCl
I SLLOW WA
V ERS, FOUNDER
LOSS OP APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, ic. lis
use Improves the
a smooth and
glossy skin and
miserable skeleton into
a fine-looking asd, ipirltedi
To keepers of Cowt this vrvparitloa Is intra'nsVU.
It increases the quantity and lie proves the quality
ei uie buk. It hatf
been provea by ao
tual elperlment 4
Increase the quan
tity, of milk and
Cream twesty per
cent, and make tbe
batter flraa and
sweet. Ia fatten ing -cattle,
it gives tbeaa
an appetite, loosens
. their hide. ao4
Atnakea Lhsm thrlva
In all diseases of 8 vine, such as Coughs, TJloen ta
the Lnngs, Liver,
&c, thii article
acts as a specie c.
By putting from o&i5 "
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel or 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 0 Papers for t3
S. A.. FOUTZ &c BRO.
AT TEXTS .
WHOLES 4 IE DHCB 1SD MEDinil DEPOT. .
No. 116 Pranklin St Baltimore, HL
For Sale by Drnggisu and Stsxekeepara tkraagac
ut the United State. .
H7 For saie at lite Drug Stare of
EYER $ MOVER,
Bloomsburg, Jan. C. 165. l?mo.
DR. W. II. WHITMOR
HAS been in successful practice for a number oy
years, with the experience of the different hos
pital- in Europe, also a member of tbe Analytical
vleillcal Institute of New Yt rk. rnnti lues to attend
to all professional ca-cs at bis office So. bid Filbert
2 No patent Medicines are used or recommended ;'
the remedies ad jiimstered are tboe which will art
break rown the constitution but renovate the ays.
tent from all injuries it has sustained from mineral
medicines, and leave the sfsteia in a bealtay aad
perfectly enr'd condition, "
3. DYSI'KPSI . that distressing disease aad fell
destroyer nf health and happiness, anderniiaiag tha
con tttuti m mi yeaily carrint; thousands to un
timely graves, can most einpha ically be cured. . ,
4. M.'ancholv. AMierration. that state ot Alla'a
tion and weakuess of tlie miad which readers per
snnkincapablK.it enjoying the pleasures or perferas
ins; the d'lties of life.
. RHEl M ATliM.tn any ftrm or eonditiea.skroa
ia or anile, warranted curable.
ti. EPILfcrS. or falling sickness, all ck reals af
stubborn case of
radica'ly removed ; a t Rteuin' and every dserla.
tion of ulcerations ' Piles and scrofulous diseases
whirh have battled all previous medical skill, can b
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all diseases,
(yes CoNsi'MFTiiiK) can be cured by wearing ray Medi
cated Jacket, which is a protection to tbe langs
against all chanrea of weather in all elimatess bar- '
me luveslisalcd fur year the cause aad character at
iiiterinitrents (lever and arue) in all parts of tbe
United Htates will cure permanently all chronic ar '
acute cases of ague aud nervous piseases ia a few .
lancer Cored wiiboct Ihe knife or Drairlup
Tape Worm, that dread to the tinman Family far
years, can l e removal with two or tbjee doses of -try
newly discovered remedy, warranted in all eases,
t'ons'iltation in the English and German Languages
free nf charge. Will make visits any distance, if
desired. Mty be address-: by letter (confidentially.)
and xeiiicine sent with proper directions te any
part ot Ibe country
OFFICE Vo. 623 Filbert St. Phila. .
April 4. ISGfi ly.
IS68 I'hi ladelphia & Erie 18S0
This great line traverses the Northern and Nortb'
west counties of Pennsylvania ta tbe city af Erie, cat
Il has been leased by tbe Pennsylvania Railrsae)
Company, and is operated by them.
time or rAsscRoaa trains at anaTarasrsLAST.
LKA1E blSTU ARD.
Erie Mail Train. H S6 P.M.
Erie Express Train, i 4ft A M
Llmira .Wail Train. It 26 A af
I i IT iri'CTlTl Ir Ik
t-t u nil ti aso a ir auv,
Erie Mail Train. I All
r.rie Liprcri rarvi, b dt I a
Klmira Mail Train. 4 54PM
Patsmgers Car run throorh on tbe Erie Mail aad
Pxpress Trains without cBAxaaboth way betwecaV
I'biladcpbia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTrCJT.
Leave New York nl 9 00 p, m. arrive at' Erie f 30 a.m.
Leave Erie at 4 45 p in arrive at New York 4 10 p us
Klixant rUeepiric Cars on all Night Trains.
For information respectint Passenger busidest ap
ply at Ihe Cor. :0ih cn i Market Pis Philadelrha.
And for Freight business of Ihe Company's Agfa.
S. H. Kingston, Jr., Cor. I-Hb aud Market Streeta
Willia.u tSrown. Agent N. C. A. R.. Ralliraora.
II. H. Houston. Geti'l Freieht Art. Phil'a.
II. VV. Owinner, Cen l Ticket Act. Phtl'a.
A. L. TYLER. Gen'L Sup't. Willamry rt.
' March il. lrbli.
DlSt J. R. EVAtS,
rh)ican and Snrgfon,
r"FAVIN(i nra'Mi prrtnatrtiily on Main
1 Sirr.Pt. ItLOUMSBPIU;. Pa., won!,! in.
Inrm the public rencra'ly . that he ia prep ra rod to'
attend to all business faitlilully and punctually that
may be intrusted to ins care, on terms coinaicasa
rale with th- times.
ttv" He pays strict attention to Surgery as ve I
Not .25. I SC3.-ly.
M. M. TKAIIG1L
ATTO R A E Y-A T-l 1 W,
Will pra ctiee in the several Court af Cain bra
and adjoining counties.
ITJ" All Collections promptly attended to.
June -JO, !t?bti.
CHAS. G. BARKLEY,
Attorney nl Eaw,
DL003ISlitl, lOLUJlKlA CO., fhi
UJ ILL practice fn fhe seeraf Cnortsof ColauhVe
Ctmuty. All legal bnsiness hitrusied to hi-'
cate shafl receive pionipt allentson.
tlflce-tin Ham treet, Exchariife Bihldnjg, is
Bloomsburg. April 13. IPC4
W Am mm.
tiusuicc oi me rrncci
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener and
Ofllcc Beaver Valley, P
Will attend to tnklng Acfcnnw Wgements, Write,
Deds, IKortasges. Lea.es, Bonds. Notes, Agrees
inents. i. Sorwjing attended to with dsspalcsj, -Charges
3 S5TCPl VV fl r t rrr rr O 9
EPH. EL WELL, having boughs L. aVaayoa'e PIO
VliMON STORE i now prepared to sell Croaar
let at Whole sale or Retail, aa Uup lb Caaa.
"nKUE YOU CAN VllSU
SUGARS, TKAS. COFFEES.
sYaurs. spices, crackers,,
STARCH. SODA. CORN STARCH.
DRIED.FRUIT. CANNED FRUIT.
Tv'OOOEM-WARE. TLOUIL FISH,
RClNi OMiriV i- a,.
j am -. V a V a Ws tatl jii IT'i
EPH. W. ELW ILL. -
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