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FATTENING ANIMALS. .
..There are some roles vrLichraay bo ad-
Vanta'rrcouslv adopted in feeding animals,
which, however obvious, are often passed
over or neglected, and we propose to lay bc
foro our readers a few of theso rules.
Innt that when we rrish to fatten
an animal, we must not expect any labor of
him, and hence the food lor alattemng ani
isal should bo given to him in that form,
which will require the least labor on his part
to convert it into the proper shape' for ewal
lowing. The ox that 13 obliged to wander
over an acre to get the food which ho should
lind on a few square rods the horso that is
three or four hours eating the coarse food he
" would swallow (just as well masticated) in
fifteen minutes, if tho. grain was ground, and
thehaycut as it should be the sheep that
Ppends hours in making its way into a turnip
which, if it were sliced, it would eat in as
many minutes tho pig that would consume
time and waste grain in eating corn off the
cob. when it would make more fat and less
work for it if it had been ground and mixed
with water may indeed fatten, but much
less rapidly than if there food was given to
them in a proper manner. From this we
may deduce the rule that all food, intended
for a fattening animal should as far as possi
ble be put into proper swallowing order be
fore the animal gets it
JTroin the time the fattening process begin3
until it ia fully accomplished, the animal
should never be without food. Health and
appetite will be best promoted by a change
of food rather than by limiting tbie quantity.
The animal that i$ Btuffcd and starved by
turns may have streaked meat, but it is made
too slowly either for tho pleasure or profit
of the farmer. When asked to account for
, the fine appearance of his pen of fat hogs, a
farmer answered that "he never allowed them
to squeal" Thi3 is a great point "When
we approach a hog pen, and the contents set
up a universal squeal, we know something
is wrong either in bed or board ; and when
on going into a sheepfold causes a universal
bleating, it is a sign that food or salt is wan
ted there. v
Another important point, which is second
only to quantity, is that the food should be
given at regular periods as well as in regular
quantities. If fed irregularly, the animal,
although it may have enough, will soon ac
quire a restless disposition, is (disturbed by
every appearance of its'keeper, iand is never
in that quiet Btate which so much promotes
the laying on of fat To those who have not
tried it, it will be surprising how soon an an
iinal acquires habits of rcgukxity in feeding,
and how soon the influence or this is felt in
the improvement of his condition. When
at the regular hour the pig has had its "pud-
din," and the sheep his turnips, they com
pose themselves for rest with the conscious
'ness that their digebtion will not be disturb
ed or their quiet broken by. unwonted invi
'tations to eat .
... ; All animals fatten better in the dark than
. in the light, and this can only be accounted
for by the increased quiet In the dark the
animal remains perfectly quiet, while in the
light the revcrso is often the case. Some
kinds of stock which are the. most irritable
in confinement, as turkeys and geese, are
found to lay on fat best when confined in the
dark and fed only at stated periods. There
i3 no surer proof that a pig is dozing well
than to see him eat his meal quickly and go
to bed to sleep until feeding time again.
; " Animals while fattening should never be
alarmed, never rapidly driven, never fed at
unreasonable hours, and above all things
never be allowed to be in want of food even
for half an hour. Gcrmantovcn Telegraph.
' HOME FACTS FOR FARMERS.
. To Find the Weigiit op Sheep. A good
way to ascertain the weight of sheep that
you wish to sell for mutton, is to take it alive
and weigh it, and divide the amount by sev
en. Thus, a sheep that would weigh 14S
pounds, divided by sevqn, would give twen
ty pounds dead weight, equal to the weight
of a quarter, or clgty pounds for the whole
mutton. The pelt and rough tallow would
make about twenty pounds more, thus ma
king what is called in the Boston market
four quarters to the animal Of course sheep
poorly or extra fattened, will go above or be
low this average, but on the whoje I ask our
farmers to test it, and see if it is not cor
rect 1 Majtuiiino Treks. It is a mistaken no
tion that farmere have got into their heads
of applying all the manure close around the
foot of the trees. The roots rcn off for a
long distance, whence they obtain but slight
nourishment Flow to a slight depth around
the trees, in a circle, say from eight to ten
feet, and apply well-rotted barn-yard manure
end carefully dig away the dirt around the
base of the tree, and see if the borers are at
work. If so get a small piece of wire and
probe the wound and it is" quite likely you
may hit the worm, if you see that you probe
it out, and then apply some wood ashes
around the base and . carefully replace the
earth, and you will see new vigor infused in- i
to these barren scrubby trees. Famrers neg
lect their trees too much in Fennsylvania
if nowhere else.
-Clover. Where clover can be mown
more than onco in a season each time it i3
cut the root3 penetrate to a greater depth
in ths soil and subsoil, in search of food ;" it
is therefore evident that this plant does not
receive all its support from the active surface
soil, put a portion of it from a greater depth
in the subsoil than most ordinary farm crops.
Besides this, I have been led to believe from
experience and observation, that tho roots
cf clover not only obtain a portion of their
fjodfor a greater depth in the earth than is
penetrated by the plow, but that those roots
ia thus penetrating the subsoil in. seareh of
food, actually bring up something which in
their decay strengthens and enriches the soil,
fcr future crops.
. Black Cake. One pound of sugar, one
pound of butter, one pound of flour, twelve
e ?s, quarter cf a pint of brandy, two pounds
cf raisins, mace and cinnamon, two table
spoonfuils raked; two nutmegs, one glassful
of wine, half a glassful of rose water, one
pound cf citron.'
J,PURE BONE DUST."
Guaranteed by printed Certificate to-be entirely
free from adulteration.
"Concentrated Bone Fertilizer"
a reliable quicK yielding manure.
D Farmer can order direct or through any re
sponsible dealer. E7 A liberal discount allowed
A J. BRF.IMG.
August 1.136C 2ra.
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
r.nndm t.i rnmnara with stringency of the Money
Market. Look and compare, prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Just call at the favorite business
land 01 nicmcn ec. zuuuiau, anu vu rm uc iu
by the obliging Proprietors or their Clerks and shown
through iheir irreat variety Store free of charge, of
course, they will give you a fair chunce to pend your
loose change, they trust much more profitably than
it can be spent elsewhere. Their
STOCK OF DIIY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in all Its varieties than
usual. Their Ladies Dress Goods areof the nicest
styles in Market. They have fine assortment of
S2ats, Caps, 15ools and Shoes,
Summer Cloths. Casinets, Castimers and Vestings,
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, besides a general assortment of
Queensware and Groceries, all at greatly reduce 1
prices. They wlh to conduct their business eu the
"PAY AS YOU GO"
and they think they can afford to sell very cheap.
They return their thank for many past favors, and
ask the future patronage of their former customers
and the public generally.
McNINCH Sc. SMUMAN.
May 16, 1306. tf.
THE undersigned begs leave to announce to the
citizens of Bloomsburg and the surrounding
country that he keeps constan tly on hand at his old
stand, on the south east corner of Maiu and Irou sis.,
a prime lot of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
Coffee, Sugar, Syrups. Tobacco, Cigars, Dried Fruit.
Coal Oil, Snuff, Spices, Butter. Eggs, Lard
Cheese, Dried Ceef, Crackers. Drugs, Parlor
and Hand Lamps, Paints of all kinds,
and puint brushes. Dye Stuffs, Dry
Goods, Calicoes, Cloths for boy's
wear, Soaps, Flour,. Chop,
Queensware. Glass. Put
- ty. Salt, Fish. Meat,
Hosiery, Conks, Writing Paper, Ink, Hardware,
Pocket Knives, Combs, tec. Sec. Sec.
He keeps ia fact everything appertaining to a first
tJrocery and Variety Store.
He is determined not to be undersold. All kinds of
produce taken at the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
Having just received anew stock, the people are
earnestly invited to call and satisfy themselves. By
strict attention to business, be hopes not only to re
tain bis patronage but to increase it. He feels thank
ful for past favors, and with many years experience
in the business, he feels confident he can render sat
isfaction to all who lav or him with their patronaze.
JOHN K. CIETOX,
Bloomsburg. June SO, ISM.
HEAD 1 AHEAD I !
Latest and Grandest opening of 'the season
"bOGART So KREAMER'S
Climp and Exjfnsive Dry Goods Empori
Where they will offer the newest and most desirable
sty lei and qualities of FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
embracing all the latest varieties and styles in the
In the Dry Goods line they offer the following,
among many other articles sold by them, at
Plain Black and Fancy Dres Silks, Calicoes of every
description and figure, P.Uck and Colored
Mohair Alpaccas, Real Organdy Jaconet
31usliiis, Sheet in ffs, FiiJoiv
and Linens. Ti kings. Checks. Cotton Pantalwon
Stuffs, Lineu Drillings, Flannel. Cotton and
Linen Table Cloths, For the latest style
of PARASOLS nnd L'MBUEt.LAS,
for Ladies and Children, cull upon
LOG All T &. KREAMER.
They also keep on band a complete assortment of
A'oiaons and Groceries,
consisting, in part. Gloves. Hosiery of all kinds,
Balmorals, bonnet Ribbons, Summer Hats for iuen,
women and children. Head dresses, lace veils, pen
knives, combs of every description. pencils. pen. paper
and ink ; Also, (Sugars. Molus-es, (good syrups.) t alt,
popper and spices, Alaekerel nf good quality, cheese,
butter and eggs, hams, shoulder and sides.
1 hey also have a full assortment of
such as axes, nails and spikes, screws, hinges and
bolts. Paints and Oils, Cedar Buckets and Willow
'Baskets, See. ice.
130UART & KREAMEIi,
sell cheap for Cash, or Country Produce, which will
betaken in exchange for goods. Give them a call
and examine their extensive assortment for your
selves before purchasing elsewhere
BOG ART Sc. K REAMER.
July 4. lFCC,-tf
LOOMSBURG FANCY TRIMMING
AND BOOK S70HH,
' Second door below 11 art man's Main Street.
Jan received a new stock of
ZEPH ?B3, WOOLEN AND COT
TON TARNS, COflSETS,
MUSLIN, EDGINGS. DRES3
aud every variety of articles usually kept in a
Also School Books. Dymn Books, Bibles, Sunday-
School Booksand a large lot of
M1SUELLANEO US BO OKS,
Account and Memorandum Cooks, Blank Deeds.
Bonds and Mortsaxes, and a general and well-select
ed assortment of Paper, Envelopes, fee.
Bloomsburg, Jane 20, 13GC,- -tf
A lit. TJAjPISK.
THE undersigned respectfully announces to the
public that he keeps constantly on band, at his
old stand, one door below Lutz's Drug til ore.
Oil Cloth, and Paper Window Shades, Cords, Tas
sela and Fixtures, for Pictures,, fcc., of the very
latest styles, and is prepared.to do all kinds of paper
hanging to order. v v
Bloonubarg, April 4 1866. tf
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Office opposite Post office, over Hartman,a store.
Back Fay, Bounty f Pensions and Gov
ernjnent claims promptly collected.
Bloomsburg. Apr. 4, 'M.
RAPPING AND MINING PA-
PER. Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
per Mills at Mil! Grove, near Bloomsburg, Columbia
County, Pa.. I am now prepared to fill all orders for
Wrapping, Dry Blasting and Water Proof Paper, on
short notice and fair price. I have opened a ware
house in Wllken-Barre. and annnin tori Inwnh e,w.
of the firm ot Brown, Grayfc Co., my agent to dispose
, THOMAS TEENC1I,
Bloomsbnri.Bept. 16, IBM. - '
rpHE PERUVIAN SYRUP
-L IS A PROTECTED 80LUTION OF THE
Protoxide of Iron,
a new discovery in medicine which
STRIKES AT THE. ROOT OF DISEASE, BY
supply iug the Blood with its vital raiKciPLa, on
LIVER ILIXEKT- 1RO.V.
This is the secret of the wonderful success of this
. remedy in curing
Dyspepsia, Liyer OorupUint, Dropsy,
Chronio Diarrhoea, Boila, Nervous
Affections, Chills and Fetere,
Humors, Loss of Consti
tutional vigor, Diseases,
of the Kidneys &
and all diseases originating in a
BAD STATE OF TEIE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a low state of the
Being free from Alcohol in any form, its enereiz.
ing effects are not followed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infusing strength, vigor and
New Life inte all partsof the system, aud buiiding
up an IRON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon. SCOTT, II. D.
DuaHAM.Cauada East," March 24, IrtCo.
"lam an inveterate Dyspeptic of more
than S3 yeara! standing.'
"I have so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks during which 1 have used the l'e-
ruvian Hrrup.lhat lean scarcely persuade my self of
the reality. People who have known me are aston
ished at the change. I am widely known and can
but recommend to others that which has done so
much for me "
A CASE OF 27 VERS STANDING CURED.
From INSLET JEWETT, No-lS Avon Place. Boston
I have su tiered, and sometimes severely. l"nr 'J7
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced taking the le.
niVKlll up, au IUIIUU IIIIIIICUIUIIJ D.IICill TOill
Ill the course of three or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my sullorings. aad have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since."
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON, SAYS:
I have been using the Peruvian Syrup for some
time pam; it gives me new Vigor.Buoyaucy of spir
its. Elasticity of ,Mu.'Cln."
TkoMJands hart been changed by the ve cf this remedy
from trtak, tick!jf,svjj'criitg creature, la ul rong.htallky:
and kappp me and tcomen; and incalidt cannut reasona
bly hesitate gict it a trial,
A pamphlet of 3:1 pages containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of the most
eminent physicians, clergymen, and ulht'r9, will be
sent trik toaiy address.
DT'Sce that each bottlchas Perovin Syrlt blown
in the glass.
FOR SALE BY
J. T. DINSMORE, Proprietor. 3J Dev St.New York.
SOLi) BY ALL, DRUGGISTS.
All Medical Men agree that IODINE is the BEST
REMEDY for Scrofula and all kindred diseases ever
discovered. The difficulty baa been to obtain a Pure
SounTton of it.
$r, LI. Anders' Iccline Water
Is a Pure Solution of Iodine, WITHOUT A SOL
VFNTII Containing a Full Grain to each ounce of
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and
has eured and will cure SCROFULA in all itsmani
ULCERS, CANCERS. SYl'H 1LI3.SALT RHEUM ;
and it has been used with astonishing success in ca
ses of Rheumatism, lyspep-iaf Consuuiption, Female
Complaints, Heart, Liver and Kidney Dine jses.fce.
Circulars will be sent runa to any one sending their
Price tl.fO a bottle, or 6 for S5.IMI
Prepared by Dr. 11. ANDEiid, Physician St. Chemist.
For Snle by
J. Y. DLNiiMORE, 36 Dey St. New Y
And by all Druggists.
ISTAR'S BALSAM OF
WILD t I3EStEiY
HAS BEEN USED FOR NEARLY
HALF A CENTURY,
with the mot-t astoni-hing success in curing
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat
Ifjflaenzi, Whooping cough, Croup,
Liver complaint, Bronchitis, L'ifii
culty of Breathing, Asthma,
ad ever y affec
THE TlIItOAT,LUNGS CUES'!
which carries oft" more victims than any other dis
ease and which batil'-s the rkill of tho Physicians to
a greater extent than any other malady, often
YILLDS TO THIS RKMbDY
when all others prove itieifjctual.
AS A MEDICINE
Rapid in Relief, sooihin; in Cffct, safe in it Oper
ation. IT IS UNSURPASSED I
while as a preparation. free from noxious InSrerfincnt
poison, or minerals '.uniting skill, scicn'e,ai:d medi
cal knowledge; combining all that im valuable in the
vegetable kingdom for this class of disease, it is
" INCOMPARABLE !
and is entitled, nieiits, and receives the general con
fidence of the public,
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of Herman, N. Y.. write as follows :
"Wisria's Bls or Wild Oiierrt rive universal
satisfaction. It seems to cure a tough by loosrniug
and cleanrinc; the lungs. and allaying irritiiiion thus
removing the cause, instead of drying up the con pit
and leaving the cause behind. 1 consider the l!alf.,i:i
as go d as any, if not the bsst, Cough mc-icine tviiu
which 1 am acquainted."
Rev. Jacob Seciilke, of Hanover, Pa.
Well known and much respected among the Germ.-in
population in this country, makes the following state
ment for the benefit of the aiiiictcd.
DbaR Sirs Having realized in my family impor
tant beneiits fromtbe usu of your valuable prepara
tion Wutars Balsax or Wild Cukrry it aiiordu mo
pleasure to recommend it to-tiic public. Some eiphi
years ago one of my daughters seemed to bo in a de
cline ann little hnpes of her recovery were entertain
ed 1 then procured a bottle of your exc.:l!ei.l I!;.l-aiii,
and before she had taku the whole of ilio coutc til of
the bottle there was a great iupruveinrnt in her
health. I hove, in my individual cae made frequent
use of your valuable medicine, aud have always been
benefitted by it.
Trice One Dollar a Bottle.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE, 36 Dey Street, New York
SETII W FOWLE. it SON. Proprietors,, Uoston.
AMD SV ALL DROOS1STS.
CURES CUTS,BURV3. SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES WOUNDS.CRUISES, SPRAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES BOILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
Grace's Celebrated jralye
CURES SALT RHEUM, ERYSIPELAS,
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES CHAPPED HANDS, CHILBLAINS,
Grace'B Celebrated Salve
HEALS OLD SORES, FRESH WOUNDS.fcc
It is prompt In action, removes pain at onee, and re
duces the most angry-looking swellinga and imfla
nations, as if by magic thus aff ordimg relief and a
Only 25 eents a box 1 (Sent by ma il f0r 25 cents.)
For Sale by
J. P. DIVSMORE 36 Dey Street.New York.
S. W. FOVVE &. SON, Proprie to .-s. Boston, and by all
Druggists, Grocers, and Country stores.
J ait nary 27, fcaitt lj
N. E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets.
The most complete and thoroughly appointed Busi
nrxsor Commercial College in the country.
The only one in the city possessing a Legislative
Charier, and the only one in the United states author
ized to confer Degrees of Merit. Diaplomas awarded
to graduates in the Commercial Course under its cor
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted by geutlemcn of liberal education and
extensive experience in business, and affording une
qualled advantages for the thorough theoretical and
piactical education of young men for the various du
ties and employment of business life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a of system
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original and pre eminently practical, giving the stu
dent in the shortest time a r.omp lete ipmsIh into the
routine, detnls, customs and faring of business in
general, as conducted in the best-regulated commer
cial and financial establishments.
Upon a new plan, with an original exposition of the
science of accounts, arranged and published bv the
proprietor of this Institution exclusively for his own
use. saving one-half the ordinary labor of the student
andpivinp him a complete knowledge of the practice
of tie best accountants.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
mausbip, Business Correrpondence,
Commercial Law, Lectures oq
Business Affairs, Commer
cial Customs, Forma,
aad Actual Busi
Vgebra and the Higher Mathematics Phonography, Or
namental Penman t hip. the Art o. Ltrtecling
Counterfeit Money, Kngineetmg Sur.
veiing, Jfarigatwn and
TEI.EWKAPI1 1 SG.
The arrangements for 'I f-lcgrapning are far more ad
vance of anything of the kind ever otlered to the pub
lic A regular Tele:raph Line is connected with the
Institution wi'h twenty branch offices in various
parts of the ej-y, where public business is transacted,
and in which tho students of this Institution are per
mitted to practice. No regular office practice can be
had in anv nlker school of instruction in the country,
without which no one can obtain a position as a prac
tical operator. Young men are cautioned nsaintu the
deceptive rt presentations of those who, without any
such facilities, pretend In t ach Telegraphing.
This Institution is now enjoying the largest pntron
tronnee ever betowed upon any Commercial school in
the State. Over fiva hundret students were in atten
dance the first year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. The ben class of students may inva
riably be found here, and all its associations are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
This Institution is located in the most central part
of the city, and its accommodations, for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unsurpassed. All the
rooms have been fitted up in the very best style with
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COUNTING HuUSKS.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE, STATIONARY STORE,
AND A KKOCI.AR
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND IS.UE.
supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes used
as a circulating medium in the Department of Actual
TO YOUKG JVlEJtf
who desire the very best facilities for a
rraciical Ldncation for Business,
we guaran tee a course of instruction no where else
equalled, while the reputation and standing of the
Institution among business men make its endorse
inent the best passport to success and advancement.
All contemplating entering any Commercial College,
are invited to send for an ILLUSTRATED
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and full particulars of the courve of instruction,
fL. FAIR BIX JS, X. M.,
T. E. MERCHANT, Supt, of Office Business.
Nov. 4. lio3 12 m.
RUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Medicines, at John R. Mover' Dm? Smri
corner of Main and Market Streets. A good assort
Medicines, Taints. Oils and Yarnishos, always on
hard, and will be sold cheaper than at any other
Dn g Store in lown.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at Mover's
Ay crs and Jaynes Medicines sold at Moyer's Drug
Wi-harCs Tar Cordial. Baker's Cod Liver Oil,
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, sold at Aioyer's Drug
For any reliable patent medicines, call at Moyer's
Leather of all kinds, wholesale and retail, at J. R.
Moyer's Drug Store, Bloomsburg, Ta.
May 2, IcoG. tf.
JTKW QOAL y
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens
of t;lnoirburg and Columbia county , that they keep
II the different numbers of stove coal anJ selected
lump coil for smithing purpose, on tlicir wharf, ad
joining McKelvv, Neul AtUo's Furnai-e ; with a good
pair Buffalo scale on Hie wharf.to wti-;h coal, hay and
straw, .ike wine a horso and aj.)ii. to deli ver coal
lo thoe who desire il As we purchase a large
amount of coal, we Intend lo keep a superior article,
apd sell at the very lowel prices. Pleae call and
examine fur your tclvcs before purctiauuigrlewhore.
J. W. II KSihCKSHoT.
'TMIE undersigned will take, in exchange for Coal
1 and Groceries, the following named articles :
Wheat. Rye, Corn, Oat. Potatoes. Lard, llaiu.Shoul
der.and side meat, butter, Kci, Hay. ic , at tho
hi;hegtrah prices, at his Croccry Store, adjoining
their coal yard. J. W. HENDE1ISU.UT.
l:ioomburg, April S3, IsCti, ly.
Hv LUMBIA CO., PA.
a a s
,5 of the nhve tinmed ex
tensive establishment, is now
prepared to receive orders
All Kinds of Machinery,
for Collcries, Blast Furnaces, Staiionary Engines,
MILLS, TUPESIIING MACHINES. tC.
Ue is also prepared lo make Stoves, all sizes and
patterns, plow-irons, and everything usually made in
His cxK-nsive facilities and practical workmen, war
taut him in receiving the largest contracts on the
ni M reasonable terms.
Zy Grain of all kls will be taken in exchange for
r. Tliii establishment is loca.ed near the Lackawa
na S. Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
Uloomsburg, Sept. 12, 1803.
C. HOWE R,
DrDL'fia'iri i . -
Hint i.v. i ouersuis protess-
, " iotial services to the ladies and gentle
(ijQ jf-VV 9 "en 'on,(,burgand vicinity. He is
L--r prepared to attend to all the various
operations in the line of liis profession andi provided
Wilhtlie latest improved PORCELjUJ TEETH; which
will heinertcd on pold.platina. silver and rubber be s
to look w II as the natuial teeth
Mineral plute and bl-ck teeth manufactured ar all
o en tiens on teeth.carefully and properly attended to.
Residence and olfire a few doors above the Court
II tn e. same side. -
Bloomsburg, June G 1SC3
A. J. EVANS'
iewli opposite the Episcopal Church.
CLOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
MV stock is composed of fine clothing, medium
and low priced adapted to all conditions,
tastes and wants. He has the latest styles for the
season a fine assortment of
Overcoats aud Gentlemen's Shawis,
from low to the very best
His Goods are taihiunnble and veil Made.
In addition to my stock of ready-made clothing, I
have piece goods for custom orders,
CIolSis, Cassimeres, &c, &c.
And having one of the first class cutters, I guaran'
ue a til in all eases and give satisfaction. Also a
if OOLEX ASD LINEN ShlRTS,
Stocking Neckties, Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen' lion of ciothiiig.
Also, fiats, Boots aad Shoes, Trunks and Carpet
1 will sell at the lowest Market prices. Please give
me a call before pureba.ing elsewhere.
ANDREW J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg, Nov. 15, lfGj.
CQQ A MOIVTR! Agents wanted
rr for ifz entirely new artk-'-r, Jnst out. Ad
dress O. T. OAREY. City Buildine Bedford. Main.
Dec 23, lSW.-ly.
Sprin? and Slimmer (soods,
rpilE subscriber has jut returnert from the cities
J with another large and select aoriiueiit of
SPRING AND SUMMER COODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and New York, at the
lowest flpiire. and which he is determined to sell
on as moderate wrms as can bo procured elsewhere
His rtock comprises
LAD.ES DBSS G00D3
of the choicest styles and latest fashions together
with a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vestings. Also, Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
Ware, liollow-ware. Nails, Irou,
. KQOASil SHOE?,
Hats and Caps, fcc. In short, everything usually
kepi in a country stores, to which he invites the at
tention of the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for country produce
in exchunge for goods.
S. U. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 22. 13C5.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, - - $150,
Stock not called in, - - f.'tO.rKK)
Bills receivable, - 4ti,(HM)
U. S. 5-20 Bonds, . . . . w 25,0(HJ
Temporary and call loans, - . C.CMJO
103 shares Wyoming Bank Stock, . f,l-u
50 shares First National Bunk at Wilks-Rarre, 5M0
70 shares Second National Bank at Wi!kes-Barre.7.0lK
46 shares Wilkes-Barre Bridge Stock,
Judgments, - -
Duetrom Agents and others.
Cash in hand and in Bank,
o o o
C. M. HOLLENBACK,
JOHN REICH ARD.
R. D. LACOE,
L. D. SHOEMAKER.
II. M. HOYT,
Wm. S. ROSS,
CHARLES A MINER,
G M II AR D1G.
G. M HOLI.EVK ACK, President.
L. U. SHOEMAKER. Vice Pre'.
K. C. SMITH, SicBATAitT.
F. BROWN. Agent,
March M. ldC5 msburg, Pa.
QREAT IMPROVEMENT IN
Empire Shulllc Tacliisie !
SALESROOMS, 53G Broadway, N. Y.,
250 Wanhinston tt eet. Boston.
iril Chei nut Street. Philadelphia,
PATENTED FEB. 14. IcOO.
THIS MACHINE is constructed on entirely new
principles of mechanism, possessing many rare
and valuable impri veiiients. having been examined
by the most profound experts, and pronounced to
Simplicity and Ftrfcction Comhincd.
It .has a straight needle, perpendicular action,
makes the LUCK or SHLTTLE &TITCH, which will
neither RIP fcor RAVEL, and is a'ike on both sides ;
performs pwri'ect sewing on every description of
material, from leather to the finest N'ausonk muslin,
with cotton, linen, or silk thread, from the coarsest
to the liue et number. Having neither CAM or CO(J
WU EKL. and the leat possible friction, il runs as
smooth as glass, and is
Emphatically a Noiseless 3fac7iinc.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power to drive
it than any other machine in the market. A girl
twelve years of age can work it steadily, witnout
fatigue or injury to health
Its Strength and wonderful Simplicity ofConctruc
tion renders it almost impossible to get out of order,
and is GUARANTEED by the company to give en
We respectfully invite all those who may deoire to
supply themselves with a superior article, to come
and examine this CMtlVALI.LD MAOUN'K.
line half hour's instruction is sufficient to enable
any person to work this machine to their entire sat
isfaction. Agents wanted for all towns i i the United States,
where agencies are not already es-taMislied. Also,
for Cuba. Mexico. Central nnd South America, to
whom a liberal discount will be given.
. LMPIRE SEW1.VG MACHINE MF'G CO
3ti Broadway. N. Y,
TOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT,
Announces to his many friends and numerous cus
tomer that he continues the above business at his
old place of business on MAIN STREET, CLOO.MS
His customers and others can be accommodated
of all kinds, StovepipesTinware, and eve
article found in all well rerulated STOVE
AXD TINWARE 1'STA BLiSHMENTS in the cities.
and on the mn't reasonable terms.
L?5" SPOUTING, for holmes and birns, will be put
up on short notice. Al.io, all kinds of repairing dona
promptly and upon liberal terms.
He also keeps on hand a large supply of Milk
Pans, of different sizes and prices ; be.iJos a fine as
sortment of Fifher's Paten. f-elf-Sealiug Fruit Pre
serving Cans. Give hint a call.
July 18. lfHio. tf.
m&-l2&S? TO YOUNG MEN.
Jnst Published. ii a Sealti Envelope Priee nx. cent.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment, and Radical
Cure of Spermatonhooa, or Seminal Weakness. In
voluntary (-.mission, Sexual Debility, and impedi
ments to .Marriage generally. Nervousness, Con
sumption, Epiledsy, and F-l ; Mental and Physical
Incapacity, resulting from Self Abase. A.C lly'UOJ.
ERT J. CULVERWELL. M. I Author of the
'Green Bfxik.' 4to.
The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, c early prnves from his own experience lhat
the awful consequences of Self Abuse iu.iv be effect
ually removed without medicine, and without dan
gerous su gical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain und tir. dual, by which every sufferer,
no matter what his condition may be, may cure him
slf theapl y. privptely. ana radically. THIS LEC
TURE will i'RoV e a jjoon to thousands
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, post paid, on receipt of six cents, or two post
age stamps, by addrescing
CIIAS. J, C.KLINE Sc. CO,
127 Bowery, New York, Tost Otiice b x, 4ii
JOly 18, IdtiG. ly .
V M. C, BKKSZET, OEO. W. CASPEMTEK.
G. W. CARPENTER, UEXSZEY & CC.
737 Market St. one door below 6th. Philadelphia,
DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS.
TAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISHES, DYES,
And every other article appertaining to the
business, of the best quality, and at t lie
lowest Market Rales.
March 28. 13fG.
J 00,000 SHINGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FENCING BOARDS FOR
sale. The undersigned oflVrs for sale upon the
most reasonable terms, at his place of bnsiuess. in
BENTON, COLUMBIA COUNTY, one hundred thou
sand shingles and a la rge lot of fencing boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlock.
J. J. McliENRY.
Benton, May 0, 1800.
TTCU ! ITCH ! ITCll!
A . SCRATCH ! SCHATCH ! SCRATCH !
Hill lure The Itch in 48 Ilours.
Also cures SALT RHEUM. ULCER3. CHIL
BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE 8K1N. "rice
50 cfhts. For sale by all Druggists. By sending 60
cents to W EfcKS St POTTERoie Agents. 170 Wash
mgton street, Boston, it will bo forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the United Etatei.
Jane 6, 1306. Jy.
t'f y.riA,'Jj7rT Trrhe-x
Sl'i-in? anil Siisiiisicr Goods.
T NVITRS attention to bis stock of cheap and fash-
j. lonnoie Lioining at nis Btore, on
MM1N STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
two doors above the American House,
where ho has jut received from New York and
Phi ladelphia, a full assortment of
Men and Hoy's Clothing,
including the most feeliionable, durable and hand
seme, DitESS GOODS, consisting of
liox, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Coats, and Pants,
of all sorts, size, and colors. He also has replen
ished his already large stock of Fall and Winter
Shawls ; striped, figured and plain Vests, shirts,
cravnls, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fancy article..
N. II. He has constantly on hand a large and well
selected assortment of Cloths and Vestings. which
he is prepared to make up to order, into any kind of
clothing on very short notice and in the best of m in
ner. All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
of home manufacture.
A N D
Of every Description, Fine and Cheap. His Case of
Jewelry is not surpassed in this place. Call and ex
amine his geu:ral assortment of Clothing, Watches,
Jewelry, 4.C &c
DAV1D LO WEN BURG.
Bloomsburg, April 20,16(33.
AT l'ETKK EN'FS STOKE,
IN LIGHT STREET,
Or SPS:iIV AND SUMMER
GREJ1 T RED UCTION IN PRICES
HAS jast received from tho Eastern
Cities and Is now opening at the old stand a
splendid assoitrrent of
(ss of 32 Da si csi dQ. 2. zz 1 1 e
which will be sold cheap for
CASH UK COUNTRY PRODUCK !
His stock consists of Ladies Dress Goods, choicest
styles and latest fashions,
OA I, ICOES, MUSLINS, GINGHAMS,
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, CARPETS,
SILKS, SHAWLS, EScidv M:w!c
Clothing:, SATINETS, CSSIM
QUEENS WARE, CEDAR WARE,
HARDWARE, M EDICIN ES, DRUGS,
BOOTS AM) SH03i:s, RATS and CAPS,
In short, everything usually kept in a country
The patronage of hi o'd friends, and the puclic
generally, is respectfully solicited.
1 he highest market price inic' for country produce.
Light Street, May 2, 1206.
Lacliavautia & Cloonisburg Railroad.
ttsT TWO DAILY TRAINS. a
ON AND AFTF.R NOVEMBER ?7, IflCo, PAS
SENGER TRAIN'S WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS:
P M P M
Leave Scranton, 4.40
" Kingston, 6.00
" Blooinsl-urg. S.S0
Arrive at Northuiuberland 9.50
Leave Northumberland, 7.00
" Danville, 7-40
Arrive at Scrar.ton, 12 40
Trains leaving Kingston at 3.30 A: M for Scranton
connect with Train arriving at NcwYork at 5. JO
leaving Noitliumbeil and at H.IK) A M.and Kingston
2 3U P. M , connect with Train arriving at New York
at 10r5 P. M.
Passengers taking Train South from Scranton at 5 5ii
A M via Noiihuiuberland.reatli iiarris'.'iirg - 30 P M.
Baltimore 5 :0 P M.. Washington 10 OOP M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at 7 00 P M.
II. A. FONDA, Supt.
Kir.gston, Nov, 25. 18o5.
Spring & Summer ITIcdicinc
5ARSAEARELll.A COMBINED WITH
IODIDE OF LIME,
P HE PA RED FOR
G. W. PETTES, BOSTON.
JAMES R. MHIGLS k CO.
Jhiii uf-tcturuij CJtcmi.!.,
ELIXIR PERUVIAN LARK
Xroloxidc oT Ee'ch,
Which has become to favorably known as a
TO.VJCAA'D RES7VRA1 iVE,
Py Pliyficians aud Invalids in all parts of the coun
The new preparation, "Sarsaparilla In combina
tion with Iodide of Lime,' presents one of the most
prompt alterative aeeng. in a form capable of exert
ing rail action upon tli system, and this in minute
and pleasant doses. Il is conceded that the ull'-ru-tive,
resolvent, or tonic t-fleets of loiiine. are cu rt
ed most deci.ledly w,.en arsoci-ited with ether alter
atives, in combination ; and the Sarsaparilla seem
lo lulfill perfectly all the favoraMc re",iiigiiioiis.
The first ell".;ct usually observed wlun
"SAHSAPARILLA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
is taken, is au increase of appetite showing ttKll it
has tonic properties of a marked character. It al
teratrve effects are manifest in in ready combina
tion with the blood ajid tissues Pale, scrofulous
women and children improve rapidly under it use,
and the vital functions at-sume a Healthy condition.
It is admirably adapted to a large number of chron
ic or acute atlVrtions peculiar to children. It is suit
ed to them both by the mildness a nd efficiency cf
mediciual effect and ilia pleasaul. attractive form of
ihe remedy. It may be given for a long period where
conslilutiunaLi'ifl;ieiices are deircd. and no repug
nance, or l i c i awHi n at on to take tue syrup, encoun
tered. In While Swellings, Hip-Joint Disca.-c. and
Distortions of the Spine, it should b given porUt
ently, in moderate doaes, until relief is oblaiued.
In the Spring of the Ij-ar, and during the
the accumulation of morbiJ matters in the system
seems to become manifest and very Ironblesome. Las
situde, Ileauacb. Hoils, Cosiiveuess, Loss of Appe
tite, Pains in the Joints, Indigestion, etc.. arc very
common. Nothing ever devised better ada ;ited lo
exterminate or drive ofTthcse affection than this new
combination of 8AR3AI'ARILL.A WITH IODIDE
JVo preparation like it, or ichich approzimates to ij.es an
Alteratice, or Blood Purifier,
ban ererbrf ore been placed tcithintht rear h ef inraltds.
Indeed, it is an entirely kew and ikies uric combina
tion, ia no rssj ect resembling anything hiihei to em
The opinion of medical men concerning it. the de
scription of its chemical character, therapeutic val
ue, manner of use, etc., are given in a circul-ir,
which cau be had at the store of any and all first
Sold in Eloomsliurg, wholesale and reuil, by
Ever Sc. Moyer, and all Druggists
June UjJriuC. tiin.
d'epineuil & evans,
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors.
No. 435 WALNUT STREET., PHiL.rBLnttA.
PATENTS solicited Consultations on Engineering
Draughting and Sketches, Models and Machinery
of all kind madc and Kkilfullv attended to. Specjui
attention gtn to REJECTED CASES and INTER
tEKENCES. Authentic Copies of all Documents
from Patent Office procured.
N. B. iave yourstlvcs useless trouble and trav
eling expenses. as there is no actuai uced for person
al Interview with us. All business with th' se Offi
ces can be transacted in writing. For further infor
tnation direct as above, with stamp enclosed for Cir
cular with relerences.
April IS, lfjtib. ly. J W.
Office over Hartman's Store, oppoiiie Port Office
Lloomsbnrg, April 4, 1S00. tf. u
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY.
Bounties, Back-pay, Pensions, $c,
Social attention paid to matters arrisinj under
the jnternal Revenue Laws.
ttv OFFICE, one door west, of the Court nousc,
1 January 17. lkCfi.
x F O U T Z'O
Era tmfl. G&tns Wm
Ions; aad favoniblsy
uon, wm iner
and cleansing tha
tomasb and ia tea
tines. It it a sure pre
ventive of all di-
this animal, such as JXSQ nVfiB, GUUlLtm,
TER. HEAVES, .
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, kc. Its
use improves the
a iffloou and i
glossy skis and
t ran affirm . t t, m. -
miserable skeleton lnto'a fine-looking and spirited
To keerers of Pavi thf. r,wn.,tA. i- , v , .
1 r.r...a a mruaiiDin
It increase! the quantity and Improves the quality
i wc mui. it cas
been provsn by ao
tnal experiment to
Increase the quan
tity of milk ao1
Cream twenty per
cent, and make the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it trives them
an appetite, loosens
j their hide, and
makes them thrive
In all diseases of Swine, such a Coughs, TJloen ia
the Lungs, Liver,
Sic, this article
acts as a specific.
By putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If liven in time, a eertabl
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers tat tl
y HEP AILED BT .
S. FOUTZ & BRO.,
AT THXXJt f
WHOLES A IK DRrQ AXD MEDICIYE DEPOT,
llo. 116 Franklin Et, Baltimore, Hi.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers thrugl
cut the United States. .. ..
C7" For sale at the Drug Stare of
EYER 4- MOVER,
Bloomsburg. Jan. 6. lfc'60. 12mo. .
DR..W. H. WHITMOR,
HAS been in successful practice for a number of
years, w ith the experience of the different hos
pital in Europe, also a member of the Analytical
Medical Institute of New Vrrk, conli lues to attend
to all prnt'vasional cases at his office No. W2i Filbert
2. No patent Medicines are used or recommended ;
the remedies administered are those which will not
break cown the constitution, but renovate the sys
tem from all injuries it has sustained from mineral
medicines, and leave the system in a healthy and
perfectly cured condition, . -
3. DYSI'EPSM. that distressing disease and fell
destroyer of health and happmexs. undermining the
con tituti in end yeaily carrying thousands to uu
limely graves, can most emphatically be cured,
4. Melancholy, Abberranon. that state ot Alliga
tion and weakness of the mind which readers per
son incapable ot enjoying the pleasures or perforat
ing the duties of life, v -
Z, KIIECMAT14Y1,in any form or condition.chron
ia or ncute. warranted curable.
(i, El'ILEPSV.or falling sickness, all chronic or
stubborn cases of
radically remnred ; Sa't Rheum and every descrip
tion of ulcerations : I'ilea and scrofulous diseases
whirli have baffled all previous medical skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all diseases,
(yes Consumption) can be cured by wearing my Medi
cated Jacket, which is m protection to the lungs
against all changes of weather in all climatess hav
ing investigated for year the cause and character of
intermittens (fever and ague) in all parts of the
United Stales will cure permanently all chronic or
acute cases of ague and nervous piseabcs ia a few
luuccr Cared vilbout ihe knife or Drawing
Tape Worm, that dread to the Unman Family lor
years, can l.e removed with two or thjee dose of
ny newly discovered remedy, warranted in all cases,
t'onsullaliou in the English and German Languages
free of chare-. Will make visits any distance, if
desired. May be addresse by letter (confidentially,)
nn. I Medicine sent with proper directions to fctiy
part ol the country.
OFFICE No, 92d Filbert St. Phila.
April 4. ISUfi Jy.
drTj. r. evanS
rbysician and Surgeon.
J FAYING located permanently on Main
8 Strt, RLOOAISBUHCa. Pa., woulJ in-
lorm the public eencrally. that he is preprared to
attend to all business faithfully and punctually that
may be intrusted to bis care, on terms commensu
rate with the times,
Zy He pays trict attention to Surgery as wel I
NuvA 1 SG3, ly.
M. M. TRAUGII,
ATTO 11 K UY-AT-L 1 XV,
Will practice in the several Courts of Columbia
and aiijoinlng counties.
iy All Coilectious promptly attended to.
June '.'0, iM.ti.
CHAS. G. BARKLEY,
Atlorsicv at l;nr,
DL003ISBIIIG, (OLIMCIA CO., PA.
"ITrif'L practice in the several Conrtsof Colurjbia
County. All legal bnsiness intrusted to his
taie shall rt ceivs prompt attention,
office On Main Mreet, Exchange Buildings, ever
M liter's Store.
Uloonihburg, April 13, li.fi
Ijr W vi 'ci.l fcmVi
Jisfice of the I'cacc.
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
OfKcc Heaver Valley,
Will attend totikirrg Acknowledgements. Wrfct.
Do.'ds, Mortgages, Leases, Bonds. Notes, Agee
nient. Sec. forireying attended to with despalcsi,
EPH. ELWEI.L. having bought L. Runy on PRO
VISION STORE is now prepared to ell Grocer
ies at Whole sale or Retail, as Cbcap as tfhe Ceap-
e,lHEKE YOU CAIV FIND
SUGARS, TEAS. COFFEES.
SYRUPS, SPICES, CRACKERS
STARCH, SODA. CORN STAtlCH,
DRIED FRUIT. CANNED FRUIT.
tVOODEN-WARE, FLOUR, FISH,
BEANS, ONIONS, &c, &c.
EPH. W. ELWELL,
rloomslurg Eeb 11, 1866.
S1 .00 PEBl YER! We want
jl,uvu a2ents everywhere to aell
onr improved $20 Sewing Machines. Three new
kinds. Under and upper feed. Warranted nv
years. Above salary or larre commissions paid.
1 he ONL.Y machines in thn United States for les
than St'l, whirt, are fully licensed by Howe.Wheel
er Sl Hi son Grover tc Kaker. Singer ic Co.. and
Hacheldcr. All otht-r cheap Machines are InfrMrce
inents and the seller or uset are liable to arrest, ftirw
and imprisonment. Circulars free. Address or cal
upon Shaw fcClatk, Uiddeford, Me., or Chicago III.
December 20, 105. ly.
THE undersigned would respectfully announce to,
the citizens of Bloomsburg. and the public rem
erallv. that ! .. ,nni. " gea-
an OMMIll'S LINE, be-
moan it. . I .. I . - . e
. " ,... i nuc nuu IUO UII- A .
fi rent Kail Uoad Depots dai- V-
ly, (Sundays excepted) to
connect with the several Trains going South a Wot
on the Catawi.sa and Williamsport Eail Road and
with tho.e going Morth and South on the Lack
Clooinshurg Road, Mtl'
HisOMXlBUScESarein good condition, eommo
dioiis and comfortable, and charges reasonable.
ZJ- Persons wuhisg to meet or sea their friends,
depart, can be accommodated. poa ieasonabl
charges, by leaving timely notice at any of tbe He-
JACOB L. GIRTQN,
Bloomsburg, AprilST, 1864.
Of erery desoription for aale at tbiio lTc.
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