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TOPPING COIIN AND CQ11SFODDFR.
TV'e are ia little danger of over estimating
tho' value of well-cored, or only tolerably
well-cured, corn-fodder. As feed for milch
C0W3 it ia hardly surpassed by very good up
land hay, and has to enconnter' only one
serious drawback, namely : It must bo cut
up fine, salted and wet up with a little meal,
bran; or oil cat e of somti sort, in order to get
the full benefit. The necessity of spending
bo much labor upon it detracts from its value
so that while in New England a fanner may
pari aps afford to pay two-thirds what he
would have to pay for hay, at the West,
where fair hay may be had for the cutting
and hauling, its valua is less in proportion.
Still, fed whole, it is highly relished by all
kinds of stock, and constitutes the chief liv
ing of the young stock in winter over a large
portion of the Northern States. At the
"West the- great corn-fields, upon which sUdks
are left standing after the cars are picked,
afford winter feed, pQor and weathered
though it 13, which helps many a herd
through that might perish otherwise in the
When the corn-stalks are very large, it is
hardly worth while to attempt to cure the big
butts and rat them up for fodder. There is
probably a small gain in the weight of the
grain, if after the kernels glaze well the com
be exit up at the ground, rather than topped
above the cars. ' Yet where the great dent
corn is planted, we incline decidedly to the
opinion that there is a decided advantage
gained when it i3 topped, and the tops and
Btickera.(earless sidcstalks) are well cuied.
The practice at the South of breaking out
" the suckers together with the lower leaves of
the corn, while yet it is green and the ears
not glazed, certainly affords a very excellent
fodder, and, if enough of the strong growing
suckers, which would make good male flow
ers, be allowed to stand to fertilize the tips
of the cars, it is probably economical Wlic-e
the smallkinds of corn are grown as through
out Canada, New England, and New York,
we regard it as a poor policy and a loss of
fodder to top corn for the sake of getting a
kind of fodder which the cattle will eat up
clean if not chaffed. With' a little pains and
labor, but a very small portion of the stalks
are refused by the stock.
Dr. R., of Hartford Co., Conn., had a
cornstalk stack accidently put up too green,
(or perhaps, it got thoroughly rain soaked,)
bo that it heated, and the interior came into
a condition of very active fermentation. The
result was, that he thought it mostly ruined,
and as soon as he could, threw off the unhurt
portions to. save them, and thus opened
what appeared to be. a mass of corruption
1 jt mi i . . ., .
peneam. xhq uuns were tne only paris
which retained their form, all the rest was a
brownish or black mass,, smelling, however
not unpleasantly. The cows showed their
preference as once by rejecting the soupd
Btaiks and eating the others, the softened
oncSj with great gU3to. The fermentation
had proceeded just so far as to form the fa
mous ."brown ha," the stalks being Eoft,
sweet and fiaversome. The Doctor has, we
believe, repeated tho .operation with suc
...... GOOD CIDER.
We saw last season the following going
the rounds of the papers, but we know not
where it originated. It is said to preserve
cider in a sweet state any length of time.
We give it for what it i3 worth , and as it
looks right, we trust it will be generally tried
this season which may be truly denomina
ted a cider year and the result communica
ted to the public through the Germantoicn
Put the new cider into clean casks or bar
rels, and, allow it to fermcntfrom one to three
weeks, according as the weather is cool or
warm. When it has attained to lively fer
mentation add to each gallon three-fourths
of a pound of white sugar, and let the whole
ferment again until it posesscs nearly the
brisk pleasant taste which it is desired should
be permanent Pour out one quart of the
cider, and mix it with one quarter of an
ounce of sulphite of lime for every gallon
the cask contains. Stir until it i3 intimate
ly mixed, and pour the emulsion into the
liquid. Agitate ths contents of the ca.sk
thoroughly for a few moments, then let it
. rest, that the cide may settle. Fermentation
will be arrested at once, and will not be re
sumed. It may be bottled in the course of
a few weeks, or it may be allowed to remain
, in the cask and used on draft' If bottled,
will become a sparkling cider better than
most of that which is called campagne wine
THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE.
The instant you enter a house, whether
rich or poor, you know whether it belongs
to a clever housekeeper or not It is not in
the kind or amount qf property and furni
ture, but it is in ita disposition, in the art
with whch everything is made to look its
best She ia never taken at a disadvantage.
She it is who keeps the house on tho.ce fab
ulous sums which drive the more lavish Lou.se
wifes to despair, and cause a frenzy of admir
ation in their less fortunate possessor?, yet
who always has a well filled larder, and can
produce a better supply at a moments notice
than many others with double her weekly al
lowance. With her full to overflowing, she
never lets fall the smallest remnant cf duty,
and even contrives to hold to the skirts
f some pleasure as well ; she finds
time for everything she has to do, and a proper
place for everything she has to keep ; Ehe is
never hurried, but punctual, timely, and ex
act. The clever housekeeper has rarely un
ruly children. Industrious herself she com
pels others to be industriousas wellr and thus
cuts off a large source of rebellion and dis-.
To Head BEDECG9. A lady ' who has
tried it sends us this method of extirpating
the repulsive bedbug : y
If ary of your readers need a sure remedy
or bedougs, they can have mine, andc'.eanse
the house of this troublesome vermin with
out expense. They have only to wash with
salt and water, filling! ho cracks where tW
freq-1-ntwiih salt, and you may look in vain
f :r them, fc'alt seero.-i inimical to bedbug,
iud they will not trail through it I thick'
it preferable to all ' 'ointments,' ' and the
buyer requires no certificate a.s to it3 gen-
PURE BONE DUST."
Guaranteed by printed Certificate to be entire It
free from aduNcr.liou.
"Concentrated Bone Fertilizer"
a reliable quick yielding manure.
(E7 Farmer can order direct or through any re
sponsible dealer. A liberal discount allowed
uelerj A J. BRt-INIG,
August 1.1366 2m. Allentuwn, Pa.
pq UKRAII FOR
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
Cood to compare with stringency of the Money
Market, Look and compare prices before Dure bal
ing elsewhere. Just call at the favorite business
stand of MeNinch & Shuraan. and you will be met
by the obliging Proprietors or their Clerks and shown
through their great variety Store free of charge, of
course, they will give you a fair chance to spend your
loose change, they trust much more profitably than
it can bo spent elsewhere. Their
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in alt Its varieties than
usual. Their Ladies Dress Goods areof the nicest
styles in Market. They have a fine assortment of
E3nts, Cap, JBootsand Shoes,
Summer Clothe. Casiuet. Casciiuers and Vestings,
and numerous prticles common to such establish
ments, besides it general assortment of
Qtieensware and Groceries, all at greatly reduce 1
piiiTd. They wiu to conduct tneir dumhoss eu I lie
"PAY AS YOU GO '
ami ihey thi-ik ibey can afford to veil very cheap.
Tiiev .etiM-.i i.iP'r iiiauUs lor many pam tavors, and
atf lie I'litn-e patronage of their former customers
and tiie public j' uerally.
itIO l.lwll Bl Oil L .tl.V.AI.
May 10, 1906. tf.
HEAT ATTRA TION
jr?.Tr TT. gr? rT pT S ?1
ri'Ilt. Uliucfaijru utfs leave lu Hiiuuuni.1: tv iiic
X citizens of Bloomsburg and the surrounding
country mm ne ncrpi iimibuiuii mi uanti at un uiu
stand. on the south cast corner of Main and Iron sts.,
a prime ot of
GREEN AXD BLACK TEAS,
Coffee. Susnr. Syrups. Tobacco, Cigars. Dried Fruit.
Coal Oil. Sniin, spices, Hotter, teg, urd
Cheese. Dried Beef, Crackers. Drugs. Parlor
and Hand Lamps, Paints of all kinds,
and paint brushes. Dye Stuffs, Dry
Goods, Calicoes, Cloths for boy's
wear, Soaps, Flour, Chop,
Queens ware. Glass, Put
ty, Salt. Fish. Meat.
Hosiery, Books, Writing Paper, Ink,' Hardware,
Pocket Knives, Combs, sic. Slc. Slc .
He keeps in fuct everything appertaining to a first
Uroccry and Sanely Store.
He is determined not to be undersold. All kinds of
produce taken u the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
Uavingjust received anew frtock. the people are
earnestly invited to call and satisfy tliemselves. By
gt.iri retention to business, be hop- tot only to re
lain lit piiironage butto increase it. He feels thank.
liil -a-- o.-sf ."avers, and with many years experience
in in liusiitess. he feels confident he can render sat
isiuCiioa to all who favor him with their patronage.
. JOHN K. GIUTON,
BloorDHuo.;. June 29, 1800.
HEAD ! AEAD 1 1
Latest and Grandest opening of the season
"bOGART. 6c. KREAMER'S
Cheap and Extensile Dry Goods Empori
Where they will offer the newest and most desirable
styles and quaiiiie. of FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
embracing all the latest varieties and styles in the
Ji.oDrv Goods line they offer the following,
among ui? ay other articles sold by them, at
Plain Blact snd Fancy Dress Silks. Calicoes of every
descrlptto end figure. Black and Colored
Moha'. AV.icc.is, Real Organdy Jaconet
31usline, Sheetings, Tilloiv
and Linens. Tit kings. Checks, Cotton Pantalaon
Stuffs, Linen Drillings, Flannel?, Cotton and
Linen Table Cloths, For the latest style
of PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS,
for Ladies pnd Children, cull upon
BOG ART & KREAMER.
They also keep on band a complete assortment of
rVoiions and Jroccrics,
consisting, in fart. Gloves. Hosiery of all kin Is,
Balmorals. Konnet Ribbons, Summer II at for men,
women and children. Head dresses, lace veils, pen
knives, combs of every description, pencils. pen paper
and ink ; Aln, Sugars. lol a -e, (goo.1 syrups.) salt,
pepper and rpices, Maekerel of good quality, cheese,
bui'e.- am' e?ss. bams, shoul Icrs and sides.
1 hey ito uave a full assortment of
such as axes, nails and spikes, sevens, hinges and
bolts. Paints and Oils, Cedar Buckets and Willow
Baskets, &e. Slc.
BOG ART & KREAMER, '
sell rheap for Cash, or Country Produce, which will
betaken in exchange for goods. Give them a call
and ex active their extensive assortment for your
selves btTjre purchasing elsewhere
BOGART tc KREAMER.
July 4. 1 66.-tf
LOOMSBURG FANCY TRIMMING
AND BOOK -STORE,
Second door below Hartmaa's Main Street.
Just received a new stock of
ZF.PHfRS, WOOLEN AMD COT
TOV YARNS, CORSETS,
MUSLIN, EDGINGS, DRESS
and every variety of articles usually kept in a
Also School Books. Hymn Books, Bibles, Sunday
School Books, and a large lot of
MISUELLAXEO US B 0 OKS,
Account and Memorandum Books. Blank Deeds.
Bonds and Mortgages, and a general and well-selected
assortment of Paper, Envelopes, &e.
Bloomsburg, Jane 29, 13C6, -tf
THE onderiijned respectrully ennounees to the
public Uia: tie keeps const.tnt'v on Hand, at bis
oldxand, one t'oo' below Lutz's Ortrj Si ore.
Oil Cloth, and Piper Window Shades, Co.-dt, Tas
sels and Fixtutes- for Pictures . ice., o, toe very
latest Ftyles. and is prepared. to no all ilus o. ntiper
hanging to order.
E. J. THORTON.
Bloomsburg, April 4 1S6G. If
ATTOiriVEY - AT - IjW,
BLOOMS BURG,' Pa,
Office opposite Post oJJicei over Hartmans store.
Back Eayt Bountyt Pensions and Gov
ernment claims promptly collected.
Bloomsburg, Apr. 4, 'GO. -
RAPPING AND MINING PA-
PER. naving thorough! v overhauled mrPi
per Kills at Mil! Grove, near Cloomsbnrg. Co!itai!iia
County, Pa I am now prepared to fill all orders for
wrapping, vry Blasting tod Water ProofPaper. on
short notice and fair price. I bare opened a, ware.
hoofe in Wllken-Barre. and appointed Joseph Brown
of the firm o Brown, Gravfe Co., my agent to dispose
' '"j rle( tuurBC uouniy.
x.. . - THOMAS TSEXCH, '
HE PERUVIAN SYRTTP
13 A BfiOTECTED SOLUTION OP TH V.
JProtoxicIe of Iron, ,
a new discovery in medicine which
STRIKES AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE, BY
supplying the Blood wifli hn v.tal PRmciru. ob
This is the secret of the wontlert'ul .nccess of this
remedy in curing
DjspepatJ, LiTer Oomplainl, Dropsy,
Chronio Diarrhoea, Doil. Nervous
AffettioBs, Chills und FererB,
Humors, Loss of Consti
tutional vigor, Di'eates
of the Kidneys &
and all diseases originating in a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a low state of the
Being free from Alcohol in any form, its energis
ing effects are not followed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent,isfusing strength, viifor and
New Life inte all part of the system, and buiidiug
up an IRON CONSTITUTION.
DVSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon 8COTT. D. D.
Dunn jm. Canada Eat. March 4i4, 18(15.
"I am an inveterate Dyspeptic of more
than 25 years standing."
"I have so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks during which 1 have used the Pe
ruvian srrup.that lean scarcely persuade my self of
the reality. People who bav 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 YE IRS STANDING CURED.
From IXsLEY JEWETT, No l i Avon Place. Boston
'I hit v.! suffered, and sometimes neverely, for -.'T
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced taking the Pe
ruvian Syrup, and found immediate benefit from it.
In the course of three or four weeks 1 ivas entirely
relieved from my sufferings, and have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since."
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON. SAYS:
have been using the Peruvian Syrup for some
time past; it gives me new Vigor, Buoyancy of spir
its. Elasticity of Muscle."
Thousands hart been changed by the use of this remedy
from weak, ncklyjutfcrimg creatures, to itrong.kealthu:
amd kappft men and rotten; and invalids cannot reasona
bly hesitate to girt it m trial,
A pamphlet of XJ pages containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of the most
eminent physicians, clergymen, and others, Will be
sent rats to any address.
n7See that each bottlehas FcKCvuf Sru,vr blown
in the glass.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE. Proprietor. 36 Dev st.New York
SOLD UY ALL. DRUGGISTS.
All MedicaKMen agrre that IODINE is the BEST
REMEDY for Scrofula and all kindred diseases ever
(li-icnvered. The difficulty has been to obtain a Peas
Soinnow of it.
Utr M. Anders' Io!inc Walcr
Is a Pure Solution of Iodine. WITHOUT A SOL
VENT I! Containing a Full Grain to each ounce of
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agenl and
Hiseuredand will cure SCROFULA in all its mani
ULCERS, CANCERS. 8YPII1 LIS.SALT RHEUM ;
and it has been used with astonishing success in ea
ses of Rheumatism, ly f pep i a f Con sumption. Female
Complaints, Heart, Liver and Kidney Disejses.fce.
Circulars will be sent rite to any one seizing their
Price $1,(0 a bottle, or 6 for $5.00
Prepared by Dr. II. ANDEKS, Physician Jc Chemist.!
J. p'dYnSMORE, 36 Dey St. New Y
Aad by all Druggists.
yiSTAR'S BALSAM OF
AVJID CHERRY .
HAS BEEN USED FOR NEARLY
HALF A CENTURY,
with the most astonishing success in curing
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat
iLfluenzt, Whooping cough, Croup,
Liver complaint, Bfonchiti3,Difli
culty of BreathiDir, AstLma,
ad ever y affec
THE TIIROAT,LUNUS CIIES7.
which carries ofTrnore v;clim tb.-o pov other di
eae and whir Itrffl ...c -i o" tie C'ty Mciaai to
a greater extent . o. '?r piiit-y. often
Yl EL. Da '''O '-'HIS EMEU?
when all others prove t ietTxkiji.
AS A MEUICLNE
Sapid in Relief, sootiiin; EfTecl a fe in its Oper-
IT IS UNSURPASSED !
while as a preparation. free from noxious ng.-ediricnt
poisons, or miueraJs ;'Jnlting kill, gcirnie airc medi
cal knowledge; combinins all that is valuable 'i Uie
vegetable kingdom for this class of disease, it is
andi entitled, inei(,, and receives the general con
fidence o. iUe pii; ic,
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of Herman. N. v- v.v'.e p "ol'orr-i :--
' VVirr kn' C of Vi uOiCi ives universal
sali-fact'O't. 'ceai o r' e .. I onii br iof ning
ant' clejof'-i : r-tii ".rt; i-r;ii-:oii tiius
removi.5 t,'e c. i. e. o- t..-yi.- v, .oe con-ii
and letivi , -. e aii'-ot tou'iicuie ('..I'vim
as go i r- ; .iv. ""to, ..ie oeit, Coiij aicuiciue with
wliicu 1 p fcit. '.et-.
Kev. -Jacod Secbler, or Hanove pa.
WeP ttiow.'prtp iHi'fJ esoer.pt pion -Jie Ceuinn
populniio-i '' . coii.t-i v .dh'i-j .te -oi owij L.sie
itient for i tie itemed o ' . ie urti'i ed.
Dear S.ss IHi-i 15 .-citii.et' '. atv 'sm' impor
tant benefits "oui ,ue . -e o" on V a .'e i-ei j ra
tion W.sTAtf CtLxii or W i.o CHt itrv- i, eiii-,.s me
pleasure to recouii.i.i- " .0 onoi t. -'o.ie
years ago one o.-ny finw.e,-, it-eaied ioue -i a de
cline ant little hopes o.'ue.- -e,ove'.v we-e " etuin
ed I then procured a bottle o vot-. eiC' ''e '!; I9u.
and before she had takn toe vvoo'e o" . le coi cnt of
the bottle there Was a g.-en. ;..,.rve.(e.H j.) i,,
health. I buve.m my intliviutt.i r.. j .ipt.e ..ei,uent
use 01 your valuable mediciae.aub Cave ai.vutr ueen
benefitted by it.
Trice One Dollar a JiolUe.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMOP.E, 36 Dry Street, New York
SETH W FOWLE, It SON, Proprietors,, Boston.
AND BY ALLCRLOOlSIi.
CURES CUTS, BURNS. SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES WOUND3.BRUISE3, SPRAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES BOILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
Grace's Celebrated fralve
CURES 8ALT RHEUM, ERYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES CHAPPED HANDS. CHILBLAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salve .
HEALS OLD SORES .FRESFI WOUNDS.tc
Itis prompt in action, removes pain at ooec. and re
duces the most angry-loohinx swelliotn and imfla
rnatioas, as if by Biagic thus aiTortitai; relief and a
Oolyi5eets a hoi J (3ent by mail fori! cents,)
For Sale by
J. P. DIVSMORE 36 Dev BtreeLNew York.
S. W. FOWE dc SON, Proprieto.-s.Boston, and by all
Druggists, Grocers, and Country stores. , .
January 27, 1J Jy.
N-E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets;
The mot complete and thoronehly appointed Busi
ness or Commercial College in the country.
The only one in the city pos,esiog a Lejihiniitre
Charier, und the only one in the Uniietl States uutlior
ized to confer Degrees of Merit- Diuplomas KtVKrded
to graduates in the Commercial Course under itscoi
porate seal by authority of law.
Condocled by geutleuicn of liberal education and
extensive experience in bti:ines, tiod uflording ue
quailed vtl vantajes for the lhoion,i .lieoretical and
piaciht education oi'ynung men lor the various du
ties and employment of businen- lue.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a of system
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original and pre eminently practical, giving the stu
dent in the shortest lime a comp leto irtishl into the
routine, detnls, customs and farms of business in
general . as conducted in the best regulated commer
cial aud financial establishments.
Upon f new plan, with an original exposition of the
science of accounts, arranged and published by the 1
proprietor 01 inia initiiiuiimi exclusively tor 111 own
use. saving one-half the ordinary labor of the student
and giviup him a complete knowledge of tli? practice
Of the be hi accountants.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
Bookeepiog, Commercial Arithmetic, Penman-ship,
Commercial Law, Lectures oa.
. Business Affairs, Commer
cial Customs, Forms,
and Actual Busi
'Qlgebra and the Higher -Mathematics, Phonography, Or
namental Penman kip, the Jlrt 0, Detecting
Counterfeit Money, Kngweeting Sur
veying, MacigattJn and
TEl.LtiR A I'll I VO.
The arrangementi .'or 'leiegrapning are tar more ad
vance of anythins o..ne kind ever oflered to the pub
lic A regular Te'e.raph Line is connee'ed with the
Irigliliilion wih twenty branch offices in various
partM ofthe ci'y. where public business is transacted,
and in which the student of this litgiiimion are per
mitted to pructit e. No enlar office practice ran be
had in anv o'eer chool oT instruction in i'ie country,
without whicu no one can obtain a position as a prac.
licitl operator. Youns men are cautioned against the
deceptive representations of Uioe who, without an?
such facilities, pretend in t ach Telegraphing
This Institution is now enjoying the largest pntron
tronage ever bctnwed upon any Commercial school in
tfe State. Over five bumlres students were in atten
dance the first year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. The bel class of students may inva
riably be found here, aud all its associations are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
This Institution is located in the most central part
ofthe city, and its accommodations, for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unsurpassed,- All the
rooms have been fitted op in the very bet nyle with
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COUNTING HOUSE..
TELEGRAPH OFFICE, STATIONARY STORE,
AD A REori.AR
BANK OF DEPOSIT AXD IS.-UE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes nsed
as a circulating medium in the Department of Actual
. TO YOVKC JIEIV
who desire the very b-gt facilities for a
Practical l.ducatiou lor llusinrss,
we guaren tec a course of instruction no where else
equalled, whi'e the reputation ar.d standing ofthe
Institution among business men make its endorse
meiit the best passport to success and advancement.
All contemplating entering any Commercial College,
arc invited to seud for an I LLCSTKAT ED
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and full particulars of the course of instruction,
L. FAIRDAXKS, .1. 31.,
T. E. MERCHANT, SupL of Office Business,
Nov. 4, lsiia 12m.
JRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Medicines, at John R. Moyer's Drug Store,
corner of Main and Market Streets. A good assort
Medicines, Paints. Oils and Varnishos, always on
hard, and will be sold cheaper than at any other
Dri g Store ia lown.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at Moyer's
Ayers and Jaynes Medicines sold at Moyer's Drug
Wihart's Tar Cordial, Baker's Cod Liver Oil,
Winslow'g Soothing Syrup, sold at A'oyer'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, Pa.
May d, leGO. tf.
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens
of l;loorii,liii r- ;rtd Columbia county , that, tiiey Keep
nil the dirT.-retii .iiimliers of stove coal anii selected
liliitp co il f'if I'iiliing pur;toscs, on their w harf", ad
joining VrKe'vv, Ne;il & Go's Furnace ; with a good
pair Bufltiio tuples on tile wharf.to weih coal.hev and
straw. 7.i.evvie . horse and wagon, to ilclivc- coal
to Iho-e v. ho tlei.e it. As we purchase a larse
autouni o ro.il. tve ip.end ko keep a fiiperior ai licle,
and sell P; uie vcr. loue-i u.-ii-s. Picae cni and
examine fo- jot'isetves oe.o e nun hpiii''lewhere.
J. V. Hi;UEl..Sltr.
"pHE nnde'i'Tned w-l1 trte, 'o exchange for Coal
I ?nd C,-o"e ies .ie "o'oiv. named ariir.leg :
Wheat. Rye Cor.t.Oai-. lo.;io. I.;ird. Ham, Shoul
der, unt: sioe nie,.i. diner Ksg llav. ic1 at the
highest si ttrces, pi i: t'.oce.v Store, a.lj iiiiing
theiicox'va u. j. W. M UNDERSHOT.
Blooui-.iti-3. Apri' It 'iKj. ly.
All Kinds of Machinery,
for CoMeries, ftiast Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
M1LI.S, TH P E'H C MACdl PS. .C &.C.
He is also prepared -o e S.oves, pii t,ie and
f ntterns. p'ow-irons, -i.iti everytJiu usually made in
ni stias r oumlrieis.
His extensive facilities rnt pra't;ca' wot kmen. war
lanthimin recviviii; me largest contructs ou the
m M-t rejsonnhle term".
ITT Oraiu ol all kinds will be taken in exchange foi
XL? This establis-hmem is 'oca.ecl near the l.ackawa
na a Bloouisburg uaiiroad Depot.
Bloomsbury, Sept. 10. IG3.
HC. HOWE R,
fm-j' .''k. KcSI X IrLLLV ofcrs-iis ornfess-f-ionai
services to the tiiies i.n, 2Cntie
IXfy men of t:i..o.ibtr3.,.. vic'-nvtle is
' '' prenareti oriieno.o Hie vxrions
on.ralions in Ilia linn n.' ...n.a .. : . ,
l " .-..w ... .. . .-. ... at,, .www f ,,,, -IIVIUI'O
ttrtt hlliA InlAdf ...n,nn..: Citi,fi i . .......... . . .
will he inserted on ?old.pii'titi,i.siVer?iiu ruiioer be e
tolooliwi-ll as 1I10 11 rj is i a I 1 nut f
Mi'ieril n'te anu block teeiit nanufirtitred nn all
ut iw-m-.ircit'1-jr . "in tiropT'V flieiltleti lO.
Residence n.il office a tet' doors above the Cou.t
BloOiiisburj, june C 18C3
A. J. EVANS'
Nearly opposite the Episcopal Church.
LOTHLN'G OF ALL DESCRIPTIOaNS.
MY stock is composed of fine clothinj. medium
aud low priced adapted to all conditions,
tastes and wants. He has the latest styles for the
season a fine assortment of
Overcuals and (.endeDien's Shawls,
from low to the very best
His Goods are lathionnble and well ALtJe.
In addition to my stock of ready-made clothing. I
have piece goous for custom orders.
Cloths, Casiiiicies, fcc, &c.
And having one of the first class cutters, I guaran
Ue a fit in all eases and give satisfaction. Also a
H 00LEX AXD LIXEX ShIRTS,
Stockings, Neckties, Collars, Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's Hue o- clotnin?.
Also, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Carpet
1 will sell at the lowest Market oricss. Please eive
me a call before purchasing elsew tere.
ANDREW J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg, Nor. 15, 1865.
CQO A SlOXTHl Agenta waniea
j . mfoXVz ntrely nem artUl's. just e-nt. Ad.
2iTg.EJctVBiialiBs Bedford. Main.
DcS3, 1805. If,
J$ LUMBIA CO., PA.
j-ff "E ',,b!,r-ri,"r. PrnP"ctor
1 1 a r 'TfC'5 a'",v! named ex-
FiZ -if-.' 1 "?3 """"'ve establishment.is now
jJiXaJj' prepared to receive orders
Spring mid Summer Oootls.
ryH e : subscriber has just retnrned from the cities
JL wiih another large and select assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
purchn-ed at Philadetnhia nnd New York, a', the
lowest Autre, tind wnicb lie is 0 el er mined to sell
on us moderate terms as can be procured elsewhere
II s totk comprises
LADIES DKESS GOODS
i if the choicest styles and latest fashions together
with a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vtstings. Also, Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
Ware, Hollow-ware, Nails, Iron,
ROOTS AHS SMOZB,
Hats and Caps, ice. In short, everything usually
kepi in a country 'tores, to which he invites the at
tention of the public generally.
The highest price will be paid for country produce
in exchange for goods.
S. H. MILLER.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 22 18R5.
INS IR AW 'V i: COJJ PAN Y,
W1LKES-D ARRE. PENNA.
CAPITAL AXD SIIfITs, - - $150,
Ptork not called in,
Bills receivable, -I
r tf. 5 -20 Bon rig. -
Temporary and call loans.
UK! shares Wyoming liank stock.
5 shares First National Bank at Wilks-Rarre, 5
?(! ah.rpi KntiiinnI Itnnlr fit IV i I )ram. Sin a 1
4 shares VVilkcs-Uarre Bridge Stock. - . 2
ueai entitle, ...... j
line from A rents and others. ... 7
Cash in hand and in Bank, 1
G. M. HOLT.ENBACK, L. D. SHOEMAKER.
JOHN REICHARD. H. M. HOYT,
SAMUEL WADIIAMS. O. VOLLINS,
CHARLES DORRANCE, Wm. S. ROSS,
R. I). LM:i)E CHARLE- A MINER,
STEWART PIERCE, G M HARDING.
G. M IIOLLEMKACK. PrenUent.
L. D. SHOEMAKER. Vice Yres l.
W. C SMITH. SecRATAar.
F. BROWN. Agent,
March 25. 18G5 msbtirg, Pa.
QREAT IMPROVEMENT IN
Empire Shuttle JSacItisie I
SALESROOMS, 5.10 Broadway, N. Y.,
S!.)0 Washington tt eet, Boston.
UJ1 Chet nut Street. Philadelphia,
PATENTED P'EB. 14. IW0.
"tnil IS MACHINE is constructed on entirelv new
X principles of mechanlHin, possessing many rare
ar.d valuable impri vements. having been examined
by the most profound experts, and pronounced I o
Simplicity and Perfection- Combined.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular action
makes the LOCK or SHI TTLE STITCH, w hich wil
neither HIP aor RAVEL, and is a'ike on both sitles :
performs porfect sewing on every description of
material, lnini trainer to me nnesi oausoorc muslin.
with cotton, linen, or silk thread, from the coarsest
to the finest numbor. Having ncitlier UAVI or COU
W 11 EEL. and tho l?ast possible friction, it runs as
smooth as glass, and is
Emphaticully a Noiseless Jfachine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power to drive
it than any other machine in the market A ;irl
twelve years of age can work it steadily, wttuout
laligue or injury to neaiin.
Its Strength and wonderful Simplicity of Contruc
tion renders i'. almost i in ioh? i ble to get out o' order,
and ia GUARANTEED by the company to give en
We respectfully invite all those who may desire to
supply tiietutif Ives w ith a superior article, to come
and examine this UNRIVALLED M ACHINE.
Cne half hour's instruction is sufficient to enable
any person to work this mac hi ne to their entire sat
Agents wanted for all towns i I the United States
where agencies are not already established. Also.
for Cuba, Mexico. Central and South America, to
whom a liberal discount will h civen.
LMP1KE SEWING MACHINE MF C CO..
5:iii Broadway; N. Y,
TOVKS AND TIN WAKE.
A. M. RUPERT,
Annonnces to nig many friends and numerous rut
tomers that he continues the above business at his
old place uf business on MAIN STREET, BLOOMS
His customers and others can be accommodated
of all kinds, Stovepipes.Tin ware, and every ? J
artirle found in all well regulated STOVP'"
AND TINWARE ESTABLISHMENTS in the cities
ami onineniosi reasonable terms.
Uy E-riu l l M., tir nouses and torns, will be put
" r "n nonce, nim, an Kinus oi repairing done
I'i.'.iijmi j anu u iivi iiucrat icrins.
He also keeps on band a larc supply of Milk
i .in., oi uiiit-r-ui sizes anu prices ; Deijes a fine as
sortuient of Fisher's Patent M-lf-Scaling Fruit Pre
cti f..sc v. . . , itc iiiiu a can.
July Id. lr. tf.
,T y neressary.
mar's by anv one with
il Too Is No experiencs
try. The President. I'ah.
iers, and Treasurers of 'J liank indorse the circular.
Sent free with samples. Address the American Sten
cil Tool Work. Springfield, Vermont
August I, letiti. Sin.
J 00,000 SHINGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FECNING BOARDS I OR
salo. The undersigned oilers for sale upon the
most reasonable terms, at his place of business in
BEN'TOV. COLUMBIA COC.NTY, o.ie hundred thou
sand tliin;les -nil la ree lot of fencing boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlock.
J. J. McHKNRY.
Benton, May 9, ISflG.
W. C. HEKtfZEY,
CKO. W. CARPENTER.
G. W. CARPEYTER, HEXSZE & CO.
737 Market St. one door below in, Philadelphia.
PRCGi, MEDICINES. CHEMICALS.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISHES, DYES
And every other article appertaining to the
business, of the best quality, and at the
lowest Market Rates.
March 23, 1Titi. .
T 1 (11 ! I I ( II ! ITCH !
JL SCRATCH ! SCRATCH ! SCRATCH
WHE ATOM'S OINTMENT
H ill lure The itch in 48 Hours.
Also curesSALT RHEUM. CI.CFRS run
BLA INS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIV "rice
50 cents For sale by all Druggists. By ending i.Q
cents to ULtKS St POTTEK.Sole Aeents ITn Wash
ington street, Boston, it will bo o warded bv mail
free of postage, to any part of the United States
June 6, lt'titi. ly.
GEO. IF. 3IAFGER, Proprietor.
The above well-known hotel has recently nnder
gone radical changes in its internal arrangements,
and its proprietor announces to his former custom
and the travelling public that his accommodations
for the comfort of bis guests are second to none in
the country. His table will always be found sup
plied, not only with substantial food, but with all
the delicacies of jhe seaseu. His wine aad H-juors
(except that popular beverage known as 'JfcZcsry.')
purchased direct from the importing houses, are en
tirely pure, and free from ail poisonous drugs, lit
is thankful for a liberal patronage in the past, aad
will continue to deserve it in the future.
JunelMS-lf. GEOEGB VV. MAUGEK.
JYcid Stock of Clothhv
Sjirinj and Slimmer Goods-
INVITES attention to his stock of cheap and fash
ionable Clothing si his Store, oa
MJJ1X STREET, BLOOMSBURG,
two doors above Ike American Bouse,
where be has .Inst received from New York and
I'm laneipma a tu1) assortment of
ITIcu and Roy's Clothing,
including the most feshionahle, durable and hand
some, tea uuuus, consisting of -
lioxt Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Coats, and Pants,
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. Ha also ha replen
ished his already large stock of Fall and Winter
Shawls; striped, figured and plain Vests, shirts
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penuers anu tancy articles.
N. II. He has constantly on hand a larze and well
selected assortment of Cloths and Vestmcs. which
lie is prepared to make up to order, into any kind of
cunning on very su jrt notice and in the best of in in
All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
or home ranuufacture.
Of every Description, Fin- and Chenn. His Case of
Jewelry is not surpassed in this place. Call and ex
amine his geueral assortment of Clothing, Watches,
jeweiry, ate. ate.
Bloomsburg, April 20, 18G5.
AT PETER ENTS STORE,
IN LIGHT STREET,
OF SPIS AWD SU.T2JIKU
CE DD 223 o
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
HAS just received from the Eastern
Cities and is now open ing-at the old stand a
splendid asgoitrretit of
L OP OH si CO. Cfl 0. 23 a
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE !
His stock consists of Ladies' Dress Goods, choicest
styles and latest fashions.
CALICOES, A UJiLlNS. GINGHAMS,
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, CARPETS,
silks, shawls, EScariv iTln.lc
Clothing, SATINETS, CSSIM
ERES.COTTON A DES. KENTUCKY
JEANS THREAD, &C.
QUEENS WARE, CEDAR WARE,
HARDWARE, M EDICI N ES,DRUGS,
BOOTS AM) SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
In short, everything usually kept in a country
The patronage of hi. o'd friends, and the puc'ic
generally, ia respectfully solicited.
1 he highest market price paid for conutry produce.
Light Street. May 2. 18G6.
Lar kawam:a & Bloomsburg Railroad.
UssSr TWO DAILY TRAINS. ?&a
ON AND AFTKR NOVEMBER S7, lM, PAS
SENGER TRAINS WILL RLN AS POLLOVS:
LEAVE SOUTI1WA 1 f,
P M P il AM,
Leave S.-ranton, 4 4d ti .rx)
" Kin2ln, 6.00
" Bloomslurg. 8.i!0 9.2U
Arrive at Northumberland 9.50 l'J.3o
A M PM
Leave Northumberland, 7.00 5 1'0
" Danville, 7-40 5 40
' Bloom sburg, e.'ii C it'i
Arrive at Scranlon. 12 40 10 15
Trains leavinp Kingston at S.30 A: M for Scranton
connect with Train arriving at New York at 5.-'0
Leaving Northuuihe'l.ind at 8.00 A M. and Kingston
2 30 P. M , connect with Train arriving at New V'ork
at P. M.
Passenger taking Train South from Scranton at 5 5il
A M via Noithiimberland.reai h Harrislmrs 1-2 30 P M.
Baltimore 5 .10 P M.. Washington 10 00 P M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at "i 00 P M.
II. A. FONDA, Supt,
Kingston, Nov, 25. 185.
Spring & iuiii-tiek Medicine-
IODIDE OF LIME,
PR F.P.I RED FOR
C. W. PETTES, BOSTON,
JA3IES R. MCKOLS it CO.
Jd w ufacturing Chcm isfs,
ELIXIR PERUYIAX BARIC
Protoxide of Iron,
Which has become so favorably known as a
J-0.VJCJ9.YD RESTOK.n It'E,
By Physicians and Invalids in all parts ofthe eoun
The new preparation, '5.irsapn rilla In comhina-
linn w mi tiiiiiuK oi inline," presents one oi tiie most
prompt alterative agent.., in a form capable o" otcrt
ing lull action upon the system, and this '' l minute
and pleasant doses. Itis once, led that the altera
tive, resolvent, or tonic effects of Iodine, nr.. i-ihii.
ed most decidedly wen nssociited with other alt.-r-
coiuoiMaiioii : ana tne Sarsnparilla scemt.
in iuiiiii perfectly all the fa vorahle requisitions.
The first etf-ct usually observed when
'S A USA PA l ILL A WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
istnken.isanincrea.se ofapp. tite showin that it
nas tonic properties of a ni trked character. Its al
leratrve ellects are manifest in its ready combina
tion with the blood ami tissues Pale, scrofulous
women and child re n improve rapidlv tinder its use
and the vital functions assume a n a'lthv condition.
Il is admirably adapted to a larre number of chron
ic or acute alt. cttoiig peculiar to children lii.-,..t.
t:d to them both by the mildness a ml Hi, ..... r
medicinal effect and the pleasant, attractive form of
tun reiiieuy. it may to given for a long period where
constitutional iiirtuences are desired, au l no rrpug
nance, or disinclinut on to take tne syrup, encoun
tered. In While Swellings. Hip Joint Disease, and
Distortions of Hie Spine. it should be civen persist
ently, in moderate dofces. until relief is obtained
Iii the Spring nf the Yi-nr, and during the
the Prcumulatioo of morbid matters in the system
seems :o become manifest and very troublesome Las
situde, I'tauache, Boils, Cosiivcness. Loss of .ppe.
ttte, Psms in the Joints, Ind'sesiion, etc , arn very
common. Noihiiii ever devtseii rs netier adapted to
exterminate or n I ve offltiese eir c.iom ilun this n,. w
OF lVmE " of t3ARSl,,'AR,'-','A VV1TH IODIDE
Ail preparation like it, or which approximates to ii-as an
AlO'raticc, or BLhI Purijhr,
has ererocfo.toee nlaced fithi. e reach of inraltds.
Indeeo. i is i i entirely eiv poo at:iT ric combina
tion. i no respcci .eseuio'ioi aav,hi,ig hiihuttoeiu
ploveo Toe onieioo oC rnedica' -nen concerning ii.the de
scr'u.ioii o iis , iiemit.il c tarpoier. , uer-ottofic val
ue. ..miner o. use, etc. are gve.t it a circular,
whit i r?n be Und at the tiore o any aou aH Qrst
cl D n?3i,s.
O" So t- in B"ooms(l.rg wholesale and retail, by
tyi"& Mover, and aH OrU"iats
Ji'.ie o, t.-iot. om.
0 W L OST, 110 W RESTORED.
JUST published. In a sealed enve
lope. Price G tents. A lecture on the
nature, treatment and rao'cul cure of
Spermatorhoca. or Seminsl H'eaknnss
Invo'untary Emissions, sexual D-bil.iV and Imped
iments to Marriage generally. Nervousness. Con
sumption. Epilepsy, and Fits : Menial and Physical
Incapacity, resulting from Setf Abuse, i.c. By Rob
ert J. Culverwell, M, D.. author of th-j 'Ureen 'Book,'
The world renowned author, in tb's admirable Lec
ture, ch arly proves from his own experience, that
the awful ci'iiscqnences of Sclf-Auuse may be eff-ct-uly
removed without Medicine, and without dan
gerous suryical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing nut a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer,
no malt, r what his condition mav be, may cure
himself cheap'y, privately and radically, This Lec
ture wiM nrove a boon to thousands. Sent under
sea', to anv address, in a plain envelope, on receipt
ot siic-ms ortwo postage stamps. Also Dr. Cul
vcrwell'8 -Marrige fVui.le, price 25 cents. Address
CH AS. S. C. KLINE Sl CO..
127 Bowery. New York, 1. O. box 4ooC,
August 15, IfGb, ly Peas St, Co.
. SAMUEL KNORR.
OJJice over Uarlman's Store, oppotite Post Office
Bloomsburg; April 4, lifl.-tA. '
fr O U-T'SSVQ-
Hotsb iil Gatlla MMh
long ud favorably -known,
will tho -ougbly
low -spirited horses,
and cleansing ths
stomach, and inte
It Is a sure rs
Tentive of all diss
eases Iscident t
this animal, such i
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, fcc. Its
use improves the
a, smooth and
LTJNG IXVEB, GLAUDEBa
glossy skin and
into a fine-looking and spirited
of Cows this preTOiraUon Is InralnahTA
the quantity and Improves the quality
oi tne milk, it hai
Joeen proven by ao
taal experiment t4
Increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make th
batter firm and
sweet. In fattening,
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens -
iuieir nine, bw
- makes them thrive
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers f
the Lungs, Liver,
Ac, this article
acts as a specific.
By putting from i
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Paper for tl.
PB-EPASED BY -
S. A. FOUTZ &c BRO.j
ffHOLESUE DRl'O AXD MEBinXS DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, HcL
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers tkronglfi
out the United Stales. t
C7" For sale at the Orv lore of
EYER. $ MOl bltl,
Bloomsburg, Jan. 6. IfCG. l?mo.
Dlt. AV. II. WHITMOR,
HASbeea in successful pracr'.ce fo t aairber oj
ve. wild the ejner'eoce or ihe i-ideieni ios-
pita's i .1 Europe, n'so a member o" the Analytical
Medical Institute o,' New IfY.k, eon' toes to attend
to nl' n.o.'vssional cses at bis office No. V-iA Filbert
2. No paleni Medicines rre used or recommended ;
the remeuics au.M.iiie.eo n:e ttiose which will not
break cown tiie constuo.'oii. oot renovate the sys
tem from a iiju.ies i'. has sustained from mineral
med'ciics acu leave toe system in a neauny and
perfee.'v ci1 et. condit'on,
3. DVS"SA.liiat distressing disease tnd fell
destroyer n- 'ea- h :id Happiness, nnderiuiniiig the
con I'ltiti in (.Md e,.,l eairvtii thousands to un
liniely graves, co r.ios. emnha.jcsi'y be cured,
''.leianci'O' Ai)errsl'0i. thai stnte ot Alina
tio.i td weakoesb o" te n'Ou v.hich rentier per
so.is iocaiiaole o' enjoying tie p'easures oi terftfn-.
in i-ie ri-;- or fi.e.
5; rTHEiJi. ATiiM.o any .'orm or cofHiiton:csnon.
ia o i ente. T.in-i aiuett to t itle.
ti, EPILEPSV, or failing sickness, alt rhtonic or
stuboorn cases of
FE.TS A L.E DISEASES
radic?" v temoveu ; . t Poeu'U f.nd every descrip
tion o. i ice a'lio.is Pi'en anf scroft-'ous diseases
whir"' have lipped r1' ncef'Oj n'ecica' s' i'l, can be
cureu w t.iv t eai.tie-.. ; aiu I t-'o say ell eiense,
(yes CoNso.nrT o .) cn ue cined by vcaring my Medi
cated Jacket- v.:ich s a nro-ec;ion to tne lungs
againi,' M cnanges or r ea ler in a'l ci'ma.en hav
in,? in vestisfieu for y pjc tne cwose nd clar?cr o i
iiitermit:ents (-ever fnd pgue) in all p; ns of the
United States wi II cure perinwtK ni.lv all chronic or
acute cases of ague sad nervous (liseakt-s in a lew
lauccr Cored willioul the kaiTe or Drawing
Tape Worm, tha: dread to the Human Family for
years, can be removed with two or thjee doses of
my new ly discovered remedy, warranted in all cases,
t'onsultation in :e English and Germttn Languages
free of charse. Will make visits any distance, if
desired. Mt. be fudresse by letter (confidentially.)
and Xei'ictiie sent with proper directions to any
part oi iho cou.t. v.
OFFICE Ko. 928 Filbert St. Phila.
April 4. 18Cf. ly. ' ,
rbysicinn am Surgeon,
nAVli loca'etl ptpt?tieinly oil Main
Sireei. r.LOO?.lCIJRfJ P?.. vvorUl in-
form i'ie oi'O'x ?ene.j ' tict he i- nceprari d to
attend to .""I ues. ie's pi .i I. illy r no nunclnally tbat
nmy ne i.i.rtts-et-in ns care, oa terms coinuicusu
rate w .tie tu es.
C7 He .iays strict attention to SJrgery as well
M. M. TKAUGII,
ATIO 11 W EY-AT-Ij IV,
ill pra ctico in the several Courts of Columbia
and adjoining counties.
XT All Collections promptly attended to.
June 'M, ICGii.
CHAS. G. BARKLEY,
AHorncv :l E:.v,
DLOOJlSDUJi;, I0LIMBI.1 CO., PA.
U7 ILL nract-ce it H e sevcrnl Conrtsof Columbia
Con uy. A1'! 'ez onsines intrusted to his
ca-e shall receive O'oin.i. sltention.
l.nce-in Main Mreei, clxcbange Buildings, over
Lloonisliurg, April 13, IC1
Justice or flic Ieacc,
Licensed Conveyancer, Scrivener, and
Office Beaver Valley, rn.
Will attend to Inking Acknowledge ments. Write
De-.ls. Mortgages, Leases. Bonds. Notes. Agree
ments, .c. purveying attended to w ith despatch.
EPH. F.LWELL. having hourht L. Rnnvon's PRO
VISK.IN STORE is now prepared to ell Grocer
ies at Wholesale or Kitail, as Cheap as iheCeaD
est. IIEISE YOU CAi' HD
SUGARS, TEAS. COFFERS.
SYRUP M'ICES, CRACKERS
STARCH. SODA CORN SI AHCH.
DRIED FPU.!'. CANNED FRUIT,
YOODEN-WAriB. FLOUR FISH,
CEANs OMONs &c, &c.
E'H. V. ELWELL.
Bloomsbnrg Eeb 14, I8K6.
1 .00 VER VIIAR We wan
i4 a?ent8 every wherf lo t?e
our improved Sewing Machines. Three new
kinds. Cnder and upper feed. Warranted five
T-'iar,A- ove ,a,arV or large commissions paid'.'
V. ONl,Y machines in the United Ststes for les
than 840. whicq are :uMv licensed by How-,Vheel-er
St i boh, Grover Ac Baker. Snner St, Co.. anrf
Bachelder. All other rheap Machines are lnfrrr'
merits and the seller or user are liable to arrest, hirer
and imprisonment. Circular Tree. Address or call
upon Shaw Sz Ci;ok. Ciddeford, Me,, or Chicago 111.
Deeember 20. l.Mi.'!. I v.
THE undergijrnpij would repeciruUy announce ly
the citizens of B'oomsiurs, anU Itte public ren-'
r.tlttr I. ..as. 1 - :
"""J tu, lie I b ruiinHIE -SJSSBTSBBSW
an OMNIBUS LINE, be-
i ween in is lace aud the dif
ferent Rail Koad Ienois dai
ly. (Sundays excepted) to"
connect with the several Trains going South a West
on the Catamssa and Williamsport Esil Koad. aatf
w ith those going North and South on tbe Lack. St
Bloomshiirg Road, ,
HisO.wMBC8.-ES are in good condition, commo
dious and comfortable, and eharnes reasonable.
C7" Persons wiebisg to uicefor see Irtu friend r
depart, can be accommodated, upon reasonable'
charges, by leaving timely notice at any of tbe Uo-
JACOB L. GIRTON,
Bloomsburf, April 87, 1864. Proprietor.
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