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It may, perhaps, appear to some rather
out of plico to talk of manure at this eeason.
It is, however, a subject of too much practi
cal importance, to bo really out of place at
any season. Farmers arc not always over
attentive to those matters, upon the careful
consideration cf which the future product
iyeness of their farms depends, and I shall
therefore offer no apology or excuse for giv
ing their remissness and inattention a 'gen
tie jog", it this time, by way of an awake-
"A etitch in time eaves nine," says the old
adae. ' Every one must be aware that in
order to succeed in agricultural efforts, one
.must necessarily understand something of
the philosophy of manures ; and I would ob
serve tLi y object at this time is far less
to embody speculative opinions and theor
ies, than to arouse attention to certain phil
osophical principles, as illustrated by famil
iar results, in the practice of individuals to
tvhom the investigation of these principles,
and their exposition, have been subjects of
patient and long pursuit The really little
accurate knowledge we possess at present on
this all-important topic, must oierate as a
powerful incentive tonewefforts, rather than
as a sedative; and the little we have learned,
whether by dint of actual practical experiment
or by the ritings of others, can only be pro
ductive of the bestresults, when it is permit
ted to excite an interest, and to arouse the
understanding to a full and just appreciation
of the extent we have yet to learn.
The world abounds with therories, and to
Bift the true from the suppositious and rad
ically false, i3 the task imposed by necessity
upon all who would behold their efforts pros
perous, and their labors crowned with suc
cess. It is time that we arouse from these d re ams !
"We must look about us I Reason must no
longer remain subordinate to fancy ; and if
we would progress upon principles of gobcr
reason and philosophy if we hope ever to
Bee ourselves successful in the prosecution
of not only the most ancient, but the niot
honorable and the most useful, alo, of all
human employments, and which has, in
every age, constituted the basis of national
prosperity and glory, wherever civilization
has diffused its kindly beams, Reason and
Philosophy must direct our course and the
method of its pursuit
While one labors to build up or remodify,
another, equally sanguine, perhaps, in the
truthfulness of his own system, is as assidu
ously laboring to pull down ; and hence it
is that notwithstanding the discrepancies of
"philosophers" and the opposing nature of
their "creeds," which, as we become ac
quainted with all, deter us from adopting
any of them, in detail, we haveyet amid the
brick and mortar, enough perhaps of adapt
ed material to erect and finish what may be
a consistent and valuable edifice of our own.
On this subject my advice to every one is
look well before you leap ! adopt no system
without candid consideration ; consult the
minutes of your own and your neighbors ex
perience, and when an experiment has prov
ed successful, whether sanctioned by theor
ies or not, let.it bo tested on a limited scale
at first, preparatory to its adoption or rejec
tion, as it may subsequently appear to de
Eerve. It is not always the case that an ex
periment which has been attended with good
results on one species of soil or crop, or in
one season, will prove equally so when the
circumstances are varied. Hence opinions
predicted upon data thus obtained, are not
safe, and are as likely to mislead as to di
rect aright It is only oft-repcated and uni
form results that ought to satfy us in suth
matters ; and hence the importance of pre
serving study and observation, and of candor
in conducting all experimental efforts tend
ing to thi.-t great end. Gcrmantoicii Tcle
. .KEEPING APPLES IN .WINTER.
At tho last State Fair in this city, Delos
Randall had on exhibition Russet Apples
grown ayearago. These apples were plump,
fresh and of good flavor, quite as good as
the same kind of apples are ordinarily ou
the approach of spring. We inquired a3 to
"the manner of keeping, and were informed
that the apples were put up in refuse boxes
obtained at the groceries, and in the follow
ing manner : A layer of dry saw-dust was
sprinkled at the bottom of the box. and then
a layer of apples placed in it so that they did
not touch each other. Upon these was pla
ced a layer of saw-dust, and so on until the
box was filled. The boxes after being pack
ed in this way were placed on a wall in the
cellar, up from the ground, where they kept,
perfectly retaining their freshness and flavor,
until brought out and exhibited at the Fair,
lie say3 that he has kept apples in this way
gome months later than the time named.
s From experiments made with dry saad,
packing the apples in the same way, he finds
that saw-dust is much superior to tho sand,
the latter, he thinks, being too heavy a ma
terial, and pressing the apples too much,
causing them to decay more rapidly than
with the saw-dust. The above experiment,
perhaps, may be,suggestive to those desiring
to preserve apples late in the season of the
It will be needless to remark, perhap?,
that no apple will keep late, by any process
cf packing, that has been bruised or injured
in picking. Apples should be handled care
fully, andthe less moving aljput, after hav
ing been picked, tho better. A large part
c the fruit grown and sold in market, has
been so injured by careless gathering, pour
ing intxbarrels and rouph handlingwhile be
ing driven to market, that it soon decays,
under whatever treatment it may be subject
ed for the purpose of keeping. Utica Her
ald. A correspondent of the Country Gcntlc
vian. on the same subject say3: "You ask
for the experience of others Li reference to
packing apples. My experience is that ap
ples should be kept in a dry building until
quite cold weather; then very carefully pick
ed over and headed in an air-tight barrel
and removed to acoolcellar. They will keep
better than any other treatment I have ever
tried. A cellar for keeping fruit should be
well drained, but should not have the bot
tom, made of hydraulic -cement. Cement
rrevents evaporation, and as the coolness of
a t V. it i? -H7rvl by evaporation mainly, it
"" bo doc to prevent
"PUKE BONE DUST."
Guaranteed by printed Certificate to fc entirely
free from adulteration.
"Concentrated Bone Fertilizer,"
reliable quick yielding manure.
w ' i..- r tnrmi(n nnv re
uy- ranuers can oruer , - ,
sponsible dealer ZJ liberal .d'e1?""t '"wed
Dealers A R. N i
Au"ut 1. 13C6-2uj. Alluntuwn, Pa.
THIS VAY ROR BARGAINS
Good to compnrc with stringency of the Money
Market, Look anJ compare price before purchas
ing elstwhere. Jur-t mil at the favorite bitumen
stand of Mcinr.h St Shuinan. an.l you will be met
by the nbliglng Proprietors or their Clerks and shown
through their rrat variety Store free of charge, of
course, th-y will gi ve you a fair chance to spend your
loose change, they trust inurh more profitably Vlan
it can be spent elsewhere? Their
STOCK OF DRY G0OD&,
this Spring is much larger in all Its varieties than
usu:il. Their Ladies Dress Coods areof the nicest
styles in Market. They have a fine assortment of
S2ats. V aps. J3ool9aaatI SEaOce.
cmniM.i i..f!i. i-n.iupt. rimrr and Veslin?.
and numerous articles common In such establish
ments, besides a general assortment of
Qiieenswore and Groceries, all at greatly reduce i
prices. 1 '.J win"
"PAY AS YOU GO '
and they think they enn atTord to sell very cheap
They return their thankt for many past favors, and
ask tho futurt) patronage of their former customers
and the public g neraliy.
OIC.M.-.ll St OUL.U.V..
May lC.lcGC tf.
f 1 HEAT ATTIIATIOX
TUB undersigned begs leave to nn nnunee to the
citizens of Hlooiiisbiirg and thr surrounding
country that he keeps constat! lly on hand at his old
stand, on the soutb east corner ot Alain and Iron sis..
a prime lot of
GIIEEN A XI) B LA CK TEA S,
CofT:e. Fugar. Syrups. Tobacec. Cigars. Dried Fruit.
loal Oil. fniU. Apices, Hotter, Eg. I.arl
Cheese, Dried Beef, Crackers. Ilrus. Parlor
and Hand Lamps. Paints of all Kinds,
and paint brushes. Dye Slutl", Dry
Goods, Culicoef, Cloths for boy's
wear. oap. Flour, Chop,
tlueensnare. Glass. Put
ty, Salt. Fish. Meat,
Hosiery. Cooks, YVritins Taper, Ink, Hardware,
rocket Knives. ( eiuhs. &-C. Sec. ace.
He keeps iu fact everything appertaiuiu" to a first
CjJroccry and Variety Store.
He is determined nol to be undersold. 'All kinds of
produce taken at llio
III&UC&T MARKET PRICES.
Having Just received anew ttock. the p-od!o are
earnestly invited to call and satisfy themselves, lly
strict attention to business, he hopes not only to ru
tain his p.nronase but to increase it. lla feels tli inK-
ful fr past favor s, ami w nil many years experience
in the business, he feels confident he can render sat
isfactiun to all who favorlum with their patronase.
JOHN K U1UTUJ1,
Bl'wmsburg. June 29, 136.
HOVEb'TEEN &. EO.
4D3 Broadway, New York.
THK ATTENTION of tho public and the trade is
invited to our N EW LC,8EVE. CCTAVB,
R05EVVOOD PIANO FORTE A whuh f.r volume
and purity of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto of-
fored in this market. They contain all the ni,li-rn
improvements, French grand action, barp pedal. iron-
frame, over-strung bass, etc., ana earn ins! rumeiit
being made nn.ler the per-onal supervision of Mr.
J. II. Gkovicstckk, who has a pra' tical experience of
over thirty years in tli;ir tuanu facture, is fully war
ranted in everv fpartiriilar.
THE "UROrESTEFJV PlAJVO-FOETfr"
Received iuc bighet award or merit at the celr-
ut iTiD World's Fair
Where Cre exhibited instruments from the best
makers f ondon. Paris, Germany. I hilarlelliia.
aitimorc, Boston and new i ork ; and also at the
American I nstitute for live successive year, the
Gold ami SiLvm Medals from both of which can be
seen at our ware-rooms.
Bv the introduction of ni:provemnts we make a
still mere perfect Piano forte, and ly nianufarloring
liireely, w Hh a strictly ca-h tystem, are enabled Irt
olTer the e instruments at a price which wiil preclude
Our r rices are from SIUO to $200 cheaper than any
fir st class Piano-furle.
TEliMS Net Cash in current funds.
Descriptive circulars scut free!
July II, Jj-GC. ly. 11. it F.
Epy, Cchiciahi.i Co. Pa.
'"Phe tindersicncd havini become sole proprietor of
L this well known and eonvetiie.ntly lrcatrfd stand,
respectfully informs hi friends, and the public in
general, that !!; has put hi houe in complete nriler
for tht accommodation of bourlers. anil f.r the recep
tion and entertainment of travellers who may feel
disposed to favor it with their custom. No expense
hav been spared in preparing this Hotel f.ir the enter
ta i ii men I of ruests, and nol lung shall be wanting, on
his prt. to wilnistcr to their personal coinfuit. The
location, as wtll as the buildme. is a good one, and
all toguthei is amply arranged to please the public.
ISRAEL M CMEY.
Espy. April 11, ISO. tf.
JL003WBLTHG FANC1' TKDIMLNG
AT3D SCOX S70R2,
Second dcor below II artniau's ilaia Street.
Just received a new stock of
ZRPM y 113, WOOLEN AND COT
TON YARNS, COnsETS,
MUSLIN, EDGIXTGS, DREid
and every variety of articles usually kept in a
Aisnc'uool Books. Hymn Books, Cibles, Sunday
School Book, and a large let of
JHSCELLAXEO L'.S B OOKS, .
Account and Memorandum Books, Blank Deeds.
Bands and Mortsases. and a general and well-selected
assortment of Taper, Envelopes, fee.
Bloomsburp. June 20. 13G6. -:f 1
THE undersigned respertfu'ly announces to the
public that he keeps constantly on hand, at Ins
old stand, one door below l.utz's Drug More.
Oil Cloth, and Tiper Window Shades, Cords, Tas
sels and Fixtures, for Picture., Slc, ol the very
latest styles, and is prepared. to da all kiuds of paper
hanging to order.
' E. J.TIIORTON.
Bloomsburg, April A 18G6. tf
ATT02:rVEY - AT - L1W,
Office opposite Post office, over Ilarlmun'a store.
Back' Bounty, Pensions and Gov
trnment raims promptly collected.
' Blooiajiborg. Apr. 4. 'Co.
WRAPPING 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 Proofs) per, or
short notice and fair prices. I bave opened a ware
house in Wilken Barre. and appointed Joseph Brown
ol the firm ol Krown.Grayfc Co my agent to dispose
of my paper in Luzerne County.
rpUE PERUVIAN SYRUP
13 A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF TUB
Protoxide of Iron, .
a new discovery in medicine which
BTRIKE3 AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE. BY
"ipp'ying the Blood with its vital fRmciPLR, or
liver element IRON
This is the secret of the wonderful success of this
remedy in curing
Dyspepsia, Liver Oompliint, Dropsy,
Chronic Diarrhoea, DoiU, Nervous
Affections, Chills and Fevers,
Humors, Loss of Consti
tutional vigor, Diseases
cf 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 encrciz
ing effects are not followed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infusing strength, visor and
New Life inte all pnrtsof the system, and buiidini
up tulKUN CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon SrOTT. D- D.
DiMijiM. Canada East. March 24, I3U5.
"I am an inveterate Dyspeptic of more
than 25 years' rtandini."
."1 have so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks during whirh 1 have ucd the Pe
ruvian 3)rup.thnt lean scarcely persuade my self of
the reality. People who havw known uie 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 CAjE OF 27 YEARS' STANDING CURED.
From I.VSI.EY JEWETP. No. 1-1 Avon Place. Boston
I h.ivs s'lrtereil. and sometimes severely, for 27
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced taring the Pe
ruvian Syrup, and found immediate benefit from it.
In tbe course of three or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my f urtVrinss, and have enjoyed nniu
tempted health ever since "
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON, PAYS:
"I have been using the Peruvian yrup for some
time past ; it gives nie new Vigor.Buoyancy ofspir
its. Klastirity of iMuscle."
Thousands kare been changed 4 the ust of I hi rrmtilv
from tceuk, ttrUy.mjfcring trtaturcM. to rong.hrallky:
and kappp me and irotaen; svd ihtulidt cannot r (at on a-
b:y itntutr to girt u m trial,
A pamphlet of 32 pniie containing certiorates of
cures and recommendations from some of the most
eminent physicians, clergymen, aud others, wiil be
sent )Rin to any address.
OCT" See that each bottlehas Pkrovim Syrup blown
in the glass.
FOR SALE BY
J", r. DIWSMore. Proprietor. 3d Dey ft.New York
ISOLD bV AL.L DUUGGI3T3.
AH Medical Men airree that lOniNE is the BEST
REMEDY for Scrofula and all kindred diseases ever
discovered. The diiiiculty has been to obtain a I'lks
Soi.nTto!f of it.
Dt 2. Anders' lot'sssc Water
Is a Pure Solution of Iodine, WITHOUT A SOL
VENT II Containing a Full Grain to each ounce of
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and
has eured and will cure PCROFL'LA in all itsmani
Cl.rEKS, CANCEKS. SYPII I LIi .SALT RIIECM ;
and it tins been osi'd with astomsliiu!? ieress in f.1;
ses r.f Ulieiimiitlsm. )vspep-ial (.'oiisuinption, Female
t'ei:i l u.ils, ili'urt. Liver ana Kidney L'lp'f is- s , e
Cireul irs will be sent t ur.t to any one sending their
Price Sl.fO a tottle, or 6 for $5.!K)
Prcoiireil by Dr. II. A.N UEKd, Physician Sc. Chemist.
For Salt- by
J. P. DI A SMOKE. 3G Dey St. New Y
I STAR'S BALSAM OF
LIAS BEEN USED FOR NEARLY
HALF A CENTUBY,
with the most astoni.-bing success in curing
Coughs, Coids.Hoar.-enes.'?, Sure Throat
Ii.flueEzi, Whooping cough, Croup,
Liver complaint, Bronchitis, Diffi
culty cf Breathing, Asthma,
al ever y affec
THE THROATtLUXGS CI1ES7.
which carries ofT mora victims thrtn any other dis
ease and which hatH -s the skill of l li-r Physicians to
a greater fTteiit than ni:y ottier maladv. often
Yl tl.l.-t TO T 1 1 1 5 R EM tli V
when all others prove ineffectual.
AS A MEDICINE
Rapid in Relief, soothing in Effect, safe in iti Oper
ation. IT IS. UNSURPASSED !
whitens a preparation. free from noxious iniue dinent
poisons, or minerals ".'inltiiiif kill. srirn'e.ai:d me. Il
eal knowledge; coiiibiiiins all is 7alualile in tlie
vegetable kingdom for ibis class ofdisease.it is
and is entitled, merits, and receives the general con
n Jence of the public,
SEY.MOUll THATCHER, 31. D.,
of Herman. N. Y-. writes as follows :
VVistar"s Bls3 or Wild Oherrt rives universal
satisfaetion. llseeifsto cnrealouzh by 1 ' ning
and cli anrin" the lunrs.and allaying irrilo;ion thus
removing the cause, iiintead ofrirying up the couzh
and leaving the cause behind. 1 consider the Balsam
as en d as any. if not the best. Cough medicine with
which 1 am acquainted."
Rev. Jacob Sechler, of Hanover, Pa.
Wtll known and much respected among the German
population in this country. makes the following state
ment or the benefit of the amVted,
l)Ka iks Having realized in my family impor
tant benefit from the use of your valuable prei,ara
tion Wistrs Balsam or Wild Ciikkht it adonis me
pleasure to recommend it to the public. Some eiirtu
years ago one of my daii'hters seemed lobe in a de
cline am little hspes of her rei.overy were entertain
ed I then procured a bottle of you r excellent Balsam.
and before she had taku i he whole of the contents of
the hotile there was a great improvement iu her
health. 1 hwe.in my Individual case made frequent
use ot your V'I'dable mcdiciae.aud have always been
benefitted by it."
Trice One Dollar a Bottle.
F-iR SALE BY
J. P. PIN5MOU E, ?ti Dey Flrett. New York
SETii V FOWLE, a. SON. Proprietors,, Boston.
A5u bt all pat'Ga ars.
cfRE3 t'CTS, BURNS, SCALDS.
Grace's Celpbrated Salve
CURES WOt'NDS.BRL'ISES, SPEAIN3,
Grace s Celebrated ISalve
CURES BOILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
Grace's Celebrated alve
CURES SALT RHEUV. LRTSIPELA3.
Grace's Oelrbrati-d Srtlve
CURES CIIAPPhD IrAXDS. CHILBLAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salve
HEALS OLD SORES. FRESH WOUNDS, tc.
It is prompt in action, removes pain at once, and re
duces the most aiiery-lnoking swellings and imSa
tnatioos. as if by magic thus affordimg relief and a
Only iS cents a box I (SenTby ma il for 35 cents,)'-
For Sale by
J. P. DTVSMORE 38 Dey Street. New York.
8. W. FOWE 4c BON, Prop rieto.s, Boston, and by all
.TuACu.r - - -
N. E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets.
The most complete and thoroitehly appointed Busi
ness or Commercial College, in the country.
The only one iu tho city possessing a Legislative
Charter, and the only one in the United States author
ired to confer Degrees of Merit. Dinplomas awarded
to graduates in the Couimercinl Course under its cor
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted by gentlemen of libera) education and
extensive experience in business, and affording une
qualled advantages for the llioronirti theoretical and
piaclical education of young men lor the various du
ties and employment of business life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a of system
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
orisinal and pre eminent'y practical, giving the stu
dent in the shortest time a romp lete letieht into the
routine, dclals. customs and forms of business in
general, as conducted in the best regulated commer
cial and finaurial establishments.
TIII-OU. KlU-AL. BOOKKEEPING
Upon a new plan, with anori-inal 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 st'iiJ'-nt
anil ci viiif biin a complete knowledge of tlr; practicw
of the best accountants.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
BofceepiDgoiBmcrcial Arithmetic, Pen
iuanliip, Business CorrerpoDdence,
Commercial Iaw, Lcclurfs on
Busioe?3 AfTairs, Coruiijer
ciai (..'u?toms, Forms,
and Actual Busi
SPECIAL B.T ANCIJES.
Algebra and the Higher Matkematieii, Phonography, Or
namenfal f'cnman.iliip, the Jin a Detecting
CoUMt'rfcit Money, t:gineetig Sur
veying, JVacigation and
The arrangements for I eiegrupning are far more ad
vance of u n Hi i ii ? r.f the kind ever ollered to the pub
lic. A regular Tele raph Liriu is connected with the
Institution wrli twenty branch ollices iu various
parts of the ci'y, where public business is transacted,
and in wlurh the students of this Institution are per
mitted to practice. No regular office practice ran be
had in auv ntr.er school of instruction in the country,
w itlioul w Inch nn one can obtain a position as a pruc.
Heal operator. Young men are cautioned against the
deceptive representations of those who, without any
such facilities, pretend In v ach Telegraphing.
PATRON A(5 E.
This Institution is now enjoying the largest patron
Ironage rver bctowed upon any Commercial school in
tPe State. Over 6vu uundrec students were in atten
dance the fi'sl j-ear. and over seven hundred during
the past year. The ben class of students may inva
riably be found here, and all its associations arc first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
Tbis Institution is located in the most central part
of the city , and its aceomuiodalions. for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unsurpa-sed. All the
rooms have been fitted up in the very best style with
BUSIVESS OFFICES OR COUNTING IIOUSKrf.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE, STATIONARY STORE,
AND A Rlon.AR
BANK CF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with finely engraved lithographic notes Used
as a circulating medium in the Department of Actual
who desire the very b. st faril'ties for a
Practical hducativn I'yr Business,
we gnaran lee a course of instruction no where rlst
equalled, whi'e the reputation and standing of the
Institution nmong business men make its endorse
nient the best passport to success and advancement.
Ail coiitemplntmg entering any l-omui"rri.il College,
arc invileil to send for an ILLUSTRATED
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing rouiidete interior views of the College,
and full particulars of the course of instruction,
L. FAIUB.lMwS, .1. 31.,
T. F.. MERCH ANT, SupL of OrHce BusineiiS.
Nov. 4. 15-IS m.
RUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure M'Tlirines, at John R. Mover's Dni; ?tore.
corner oi Main and Market Streets. A good assort
Medicines, Paints. Oils and Varnishos, always on
hard, and will be fold cheaper than at any other
Dri g Store i:i town.
Presrriptions carefully compounded at Moycr's
Ayer and Jaynes Medicines sold at Moyer's Drug
Wi-hart's Tar Cordial. Baker's Cod Liver Oil,
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, sold at foyer's Drug
For nny reliable patent medicines, call at Moyer's
Leather of al! kinds, wtrlsa!e and retail, at J. R.
Moyer's Drug Store, Blooiusburg, Pa.
May 2, Li6. tf.
JkTEW QOAL "Y"ARD.
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens
of l;loorn-bar g and Columbia county , that tbey keep
si 1 1 the ditf.'reiit numbers of stove coal anj selected
lump coal for siui!iing purposes, ou llieir wharf, ad
joining MrKelvv, Nenl Sc Co's Furnaee ; With a good
pair BurTalo scales on the barf.to eigh coal. hay and
straw .ikenisea horse au-l wagon, to deli ver coil
to those who desire it. As we purchase a large
amour. t .f roal, we Intend to k, ep a superior ariic'e.
and sell al the very low est pri es. l'leae call and
examiue for yourselves before purrhasingelsr here.
J. W. HKNDEI.S'iiri'.
AUGUSTUS MA SOX.
THE undersigned will take, in exchange for Coal
and Cro-eries. the following named artirl.s :
Wheat. Itye, Corn. Oats. Potaf'H's, Lard, ('am, Shonl
der, and side meat. Butter. Eggs, Hay. ic , at the
highr-Ftrash prices, at his Crocerv Store, :ii!j,;uin
theircoal yard. J. W. HE N DEKjIIuT.
Lloomsburg, April 2-, ly.
' T TllPTi en It
a 7't ' 1 " r smisrrioer, proprietor
t. t- -,.S. ' oi in.- nr.ove iianieil e-
lilii-A f tensive establishment, i, no
'A-- j'y.Ltfh-J.t. prepared to receive orders
A!I Kinds cf Jlnciiiafry,
for Colleries, Rlast Furna'es, Stationary Engines,
MILLS, THRESHING MACIIIX ES. fcC. fct:.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
patterns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
His extensive facilities and prrn'tiral workmen, war-
tant h!u in receiving the largest contracts on the
m st reasonable terms.
BTT3" C rain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
51 y This establishment is loca.ed near the l.aekawa-
na f Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
Bloomsburg-, Sept. 12. 103.
HC. II O W E R,
- SUT.GEON DI3KTIST.
RF5PECTK ULLY ofTershis profeSS
ional services to the ladies and 2eiitl
tjj Y'fsf h men of '"I 'omsburgand vicinity. He is
-- L 7 prepared to atiend to nil the various
operations in the line of his profession andis provided
w.tht ie latest improved POKCF.L.1I. TF.h.TII; wllir
will hoinserted on gold.platina. silver and rubber br e
tolooWwi II as the natuial teeth
Mi'ieral plate and block teeth manufactured ar all
o erntir-ns on teeth.rarefully and properly attended to.
Residence and office a few doors above the Court
II oi-te. same side.
Bloo.iisburg, June C 1G3
A. J. EVANS'
1 en ly opposite the Episcopal Church.
LO THING OF ALL DESCIUITIONS.
MY stock is composed of fine clothing, medium
a-jd low priced adapted to all conditions,
tastes and wants. He has the latest sty les for the
season a fine assortment of
Overcoats anil Gentlemen's SJiaw.s,
from low to the very best
Ihs Hoods are tahwnnhle am! well Made.
In addition to my stock of r-n Iv-maJe clothing. I
nave piece goods for custom orders,
CIcSE.s. C:tsiciacri, &c, &c.
nd having one of the first class cutters. I guaran
U-eantMi all eases and give satisfaction. Alsoa
van ty ol
U U0LE. AND LI.E. ShlRTS,
St.n kings, rklie. Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
ever) thing in the gentlemen's line of clothing.
Also, Hats, bo-ts and Shoes, Trunks and Carpet
1 will sell at the lowest Market pricss. Please give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
ANDREW J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg, Nov. 15, IS65.
A MOiVjTII I Agents wanted
freirenfi r-ev v o rV'.. In ct o A A
V S BB i
Spring and Summer dondsi
rp I! E subscriber has Just returned from the ctttea
X with another large and select assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
purchased ut Philadelphia and New York, at the
lowest figure, and which be is determined to sell
on as mo.lerate terms as can be procured elsewhere
His rtock comprises
of the choicest styles and latest fashions together
with a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vtstings. Also, Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
Wkre, Hollow-ware,,,Nails, Iron,
Hats and Caps, See. In short, everything usually
kepi in a country I ores, to which he invites the at
tention of the public generally.
The highest price u ill be paid for country produce
in exchange for goods.
S. FI. MILLER.
Blooinsburr, Nov. 2"2. lyr.j.
I ftT $ U St A C B5 CO .73 PAIV Y,
CAPITAL AXD SlirfLT, - - $150,
Stork not called in, -Bills
S. 5 --'II Bonds,
Temporary and call loans.
10.1 shares Wniiung Lank Stoek,
5i shares First National Bank lit Wilks-Barre, 5.IMI!)
70 shares Second National Hank at Wilkes-liarre 7,ihi
4ii shares t likes-Burre Bridge Stock. - S..V-0
Real Estate, J,al'.t
Judgment", ------ 1DJ
Duelrom Agents and others, ... 7,414
Cash in hand and in Bank, .... i,r4.'
G. M. HOLLENIIACK,
L. D. SHOEMAKER,
II. M. IIOYT,
Wn. 8. ROSS,
CIMRLE- A MINER,
G M II ARDI V(,-.
JOHN RKK'II AllU.
R D L1COE.
CM IIOLLEV't A K. President.
L. D. SHOEMAKER. Vies PrenV.
K. C. SMITH. Pkcratary.
Jr. BROWN. Agent,
March 2V Itlo msburs. Pa.
RE AT IMPROVEMENT IX
jEcaipirr Stmtttc Iv2:sciiiscc
HAI.EROOMS. .Wd Broadway. N. Y.,
2.VJ a-hi:l2ton It eet. Potori,
til Che. nut Vtreet. Philadelphia,
PATENTED FEB. IL lei.
THIS MACHINE is constructed rm entirely new
prin,'iples r.f nierhanlum, possessing many rare
and valuable impr vements. having been examined
by the most profound experts and pronounced I o
Simplicity and Pcrfrction ConihiiirJ.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular artion,
makes Hi" Lot. K or SCI TI LE M ITCH, whir h will
neither Ell' fcor RAVEL, and is a'ike on both sih'es ;
perforins perfect tewing on every description r,f
material, from le ather to the finest Nansook muslin,
with cotton, linen, or siik thread, from the coarsest
to the finest number. Having neither CAM or COO
W II EEL. ami the least possible friction, it runs as
smooth as glass, and is
Emphatically a ATxWca Machine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power to drive
it th in i,ny other machine iu the market. A girl
twelve years f age can work it steadily, wi'.nout
fatigue or Injury to health.
Its tflrenelli and wonderful Simplicity of Construc
tion renders i'. almost impossible to get out of order,
and is GUARANTEED by the company to gtvo en
tire sat isfai lion.
We respect fa lly invite all those who may desire to
supply tiiei:iseiv.s v i t It a superi- r nrtirle, to come
an.i examine tins U.N K I V A LLEU MALHINE. .
One half lio:.r' n-iru turn is Mil!i-i--iit to enable
any person to work this macnine to their entire sal-i-tact
Aleuts wanted for all towns i l the United States,
where agencies are not already established. Also,
for Cuba. Mexieo. Central and South America, to
whom a life ral discount will b given.
IMPIRESEWIVG MACHINE MF C CO..
j;h Brnaiiu ay, N. Y,
JCS AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT,
Announces to his many friends and numoroiij rn
1 1'Hieis that he continue h". uhove Imsieess at his
old l ire of business oti MAIN t'TUEET, ULOoM?
His cuitruicra atiJ others can be accommod itcd
I kinds, f tovcnincs.Tin ware, and cverv E. -
J TINWARE I. S T A I ! L I fc I J M E N TS in the cities.
and on the nu.-t reasonable terms.
LjT" SPOUTING, for houses and b rns, will be put
up on short notice. Also, all kinds of repairinp; doiio
promptly and noon liberal terms.
lie also keeps on hand a lar.'e supply of Milk
Tans, of di!r-T"iit sizes and prices ; boiiies a fine as
sortment of Fisher's Patent frelf-ifealing Fruit Pre
serving Cans. (Jive hi in a call.
July I Irtii?. if.
Gt f1)fl AYK-R n.a.-V by any
tTp.VJlJvf S'S-Slencil Tools o c
' necessary. The fresiden
any one with
iers, and Treasurers of J Hank indorse the circular
Sent free with samples. Aildre-s the American t'len
cil Tool Works. Pprmgdel J , Vermont
August 1, li-ii-J. 3in.
J 00,000 SHINGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FECNIIVC, BOARDS FOR
sain. The un je rs-igned offers for sale upon the
most r- asonaMe terms, at bis place of buiness in
BENTON. COLUMBIA COUNTY, one hundred thou
sand shingles and a large lot of fencing boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlo k.
J. J. MctiKNItY.
Benton, May 9, Jr6G.
Wm. c. henszet.
oto. W. CARFEXTLR.
G. Y. CARPENTER, KEXSZE V & CO.
737 Makkkt St. one door below Eth, Ppilapelphia,
DRUG?. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS.
PAINTd, OILS, GLASS, VARNISHES, DYE?,
And every other article appertaining to the
business, of the best ipiality, and at the
lowest Market Bates.
March C?. 1?5.
T It'll ! II til ! ITCH !
JL SCRATCH! SCSATCH ! SCRATCH '
Uil! ( are The I.'cli in 18 Hours.
Also cures SALT RH El'M. ULTRS CHIL
BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKI V "rice
50 cents. For saleiy all Druggists. By sending t o
cents tr U ELKS & POTTEU.Sole Agents. 170 Wash
ington street, Boston, it will bo forwarded by mail,
Iree of postage, 1o any part Of the United States.
June ti, lHt'O. ly.
CEO. W. MAUGEu, Proprietor.
The above well known hotel has recently under
gone rai'n al changes in its internal arrangement,
and its proprietor announces to his former mtom
and the travelling public that his arrouimodatioiis
for the comfort of his guests are second to none m
the country. His table will always be found sup
plied, not only with substantial food, but with ail
the delicacies of the sea-ou. His wine tail llquois
(except that popular beverage known as 'Mcllenry.')
purchased direct from fie importing houses, are en
tirely pure, and free frc m all poisonous drugs. He
is tnankrul for a liberal patronage in the past, and
will continue to deserve it in the fmure.
v -'h i Mi 1: - -. '--VJ-r---Vv,';
JY tw Stock of Clothing.
msEsm smun if
Spring mid Sumistcr !o(Is.
INVITF3 attention to his rtcw k of cheap and fash
ionable Clothing at his Store, ou
M.JIX STB EET, BLOOMSliURG,
two doors above the smirican House,
where he has jut received from New York and
Phi ladolphia, a lull assortment of
ITI uts anti EoyXCIolhi8),
including the most feshinnnble. durable and hand
some, DKr.'Sd UOODd, consisting of
liox, Sack, Frock, Gum and Oil Cloth
Coals, and Pants,
of all sorts, size, and colors. He Also has replen
ished his already large stock of Fall mid Winter
Shawls; striped, figured and plain Vests, shirts,
cravat-i. storks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fanry articles.
N I!. He bus roust a in I y on hand a large and well
selected assortment of Cloths aril Veslias. which
he is pr i pared to make up to order, into any kind of
cioinuig on very sii. rt notice ami in the bet of m .u
ner. All Ins clothing is made to wear and tunt of it is
of home manufacture.
rf every Description, Fie. and Cheap. His Case r.f
Jewelrv is not surpassed in this place. Call and ex.
limine his general at-sortmcnl of Clothing, Watches,
lewtlry, ac. Slc
Bloom-burg, April 00. ISt.3.
f jenhy: GIGER,
Has equnrda first elms BOOT, SHOE,
HAT AfJD CAP STOP-E,
At his old stand on Main Street Bloomsbuig. His
stock is rouipored of the very latest and het styles
ever olP'red to the ritizr'ns of Columbia Ceun'y. Ho
ran arcoiriiiiodute the puldlcwil'i the follow itig kinds
and pi ices :
Men's calf bonis, fine, f.yi (I to 9.00
' nip. ilniible solo, 3 to 0 ,5
Boys rlulri's bouts. 1 to i.',r,
Men's glove kid, tongress, 2 j'lto .1,?.
" ISal. Shoes, 1 UU to 3.0 1
women's boys and misccs glove
kid lasting gsuti rs, 1.75 to 5 7.7
Women's glove kid.very fine, 3.Jjto5 7j
" fine go it morocco bilmornls, 2 3U to 4 00
'' men s morocco aud caJI siloes, l.TStoSfiU
common shoes, J ,r0 to '2 50
Misses' and Child's shoes. 0 -3 to 1 00
Men's, w oiur ns, inijses", boys and childs
sliiprs. 0,'i.l lo 1.00
He also keeps a great variety of IIAT3, CAP3 and
of every kind, at the loweft prices, both for Cash an
Kemeuihei the olirr'ction is in oor goods. Don't
be alarmed at the cry of high prices, but call and see
for yourselves. Kcrpectfully,
HENRV C 1(3 ER.
Bloomsburg. July II, li?oG.
Lackawanna L Blouusburg If ailr oa;I.
C-ST TWO DAILY TRAINS. Qa
ON AND AFTl:R NOVEMBER 27, 1SG3, PAS
SENCKR TRAINS WILL RUN AS ToLLOWS:
P M V M
Leave Frranton, 4 40
Bloomsl urg. l.i'0
Arrive at Northumberland 9..'0
Leave Nortlinnilierlaud, 7.00
" Danviile, 7-40
Arrive at scr-rMon. 1-J-JU
i 2 i
Trning lenving Kingston at t! HO A: M for Srranton
crnneet with Trtilu arriving at New York nt 5. CO
Leaving Not Hill ailie-1 md nl f.lM A M.anl Kingston
2 :m I M , connect with Train arriving at New York
at l!l..". P. M.
Passenger taking Train Soulh from Srranton at 5 5d
A M via N o: tliuiiiberlaiid.reai h Harrisloirg -2 311 P M
Ballimore 5 "O P M.. Washington 10 OOP M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at 'i (MJ P M.
fl. A. FONDA, Supt.
Kingston. Nov ,25. 1W5.
IODIDE OF LIME,
C. W. I'ETTES, BOSTON,
J.3!ES R. MCI0LS& CO.
Jfanvfacf unity Chem A-.t,
ELIXIR PER (l VI AX BARK
S'roiCxitlc of Ire, n,
Whi'h has berr.me so favorably known as a
T ( V7C Jl.Vn J! F.h 7 OP A 1WF..
By rhysicians and Invalids in all parts of the roun
The new rrrraratiou. Sarsapanlla In cotnbina-
tioii u ith ludiile of Lime," presents one of the most
prompt alterative ag-n's. in a loriu capable of exert
ing full action upon th; system, and this in minute
an 1 pleasant do ses. Il is conceded tlial tde altera
tive. r-sri!vi nt. or tome eflr-cts of loilme are exert
ed ni;tt ileciilrdly wi.en associited with ether alter
atives, in com Liu. ill on ; and the Sarsapariil.l sceins
lo litlhll perfectly ail the favorable requisitions.
'J'he first fleet usually observed when
"3 RSAI'AK 1 LLA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
is taken, is nn increase of appetite showing that il
has tonic propeities of a marked character. Its al
teratrve e.Teils aro maiiilest iu ils ready couieina
tion with the blood :m. tissues Pale. cr -lulo'ii
woui mi and rhil.lre n improve rapidly under its use,
and I hi; vital fund ion t a-siime a lien .'thy r.omiii ion.
It is admirably a !.i;ted to a large nu n.'j-r of ( hr n
ic er arnla atf rttous peculiar to rlijl.'reii It is snit
ed to the:ii both ,y t,e iiii.im ss a ud ifieiehrv of
mei!i inal ell -i i arid th'i pleasant, rtt rnrtive f irm of
tile remedy. It may be giver fr a long period where
ron-t'liilioii il iiitlneiices are deired, unl no repug
nanre, or iliinrlinat on to tak? tlie -yrup. eneotni
l red. In Wlnte Swediugs. Hip Joint Disease, and
Distortions of the S;ine, il should b ? given pisist
tntly, in moderate dohes, until relief is oLlamed
In the Spriitycf the Year, and dininy the
the accumulation of morbid matters in the system
seems to become manifest and very troublesome. Las
silu le, Heatlache, Boils, Costiveness, Lossf Apne.
tit?. Pains in the Joints, Inuijeslion, etc., ore very
common.. Nothing ever devise. lis belter a!.i;ited to
exterminate or d. ive oiflhesi- arr rlion- than tins iii w
combination of S A Ua ATARI LLA Wll'il luDlUE
JS'o prcj-ara'ion liie it, or trAira cpprciimaUs to ij as c
Altera tire, or BIhI Purni-r.
ka ever brfore been placed K-iiUinthe rear h of inrahdi.
in.ieeii, il is an intireiy mw and s itMiFii combina
tion, in no respect reetuiuliug anvtliing hillieito em-
Tin: opinion of medical men concerning it. the de -srripiioii
of its chemical character. thrapuiic val
ue, loani'er of use. etc., are given in a circular,
which ran be had at Hie store of any and all first
r'old in Bloomsburg. vhiUesale anc1 retail, by
Eyer & Myer, and all Druggists
June ti, f-re. liui.
110 JT' LOST, BOW BE STORED.
"'rfr' JUST published, in a pealed enve-
lJjl-Z? ,l''' Pr,ce 6 cents. A lecture on the
frVr---"'' nature, treaiment r.nd radical cure of
V4t.A...tt Spermntorhoea, or Seminal Weaknnss
Involuntary Emissions, sexual D -bility and Imped
iments to Varriige grnerally. Nervousness. Con
sumption. Epilepsy, and Fits ; Menial and Physical
Incapacity, resulting from Self Abuse, tc. Ty Itob
ert J. Culverwell, M, IL, author of tin 'Crecn Book,'
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, clearlv proves from his own experience, that
!he awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be eff-ct-ual!y
removed without Medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain and HlVctual, by which every sufferer,
no mailer hat his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately and radirally. This Lec
ture will prove a boon to thousands. Sent under
sea to any address, iu a plain envelope, on receipt
ot six cents or two postage stamps. Also Dr. Cul
verwell's Marrige fJuirte, price 25 eent-i. Address,
CD AS. S. C. KLINE c CO..
127 Bowery. New York, P. O. box 45-G-
August 15, IrCti, ly Peas & Co.
EDITOR S NOTICE.
Estate of Mayy J MUler, late of Madison
Tjci'hijh Coliintliiet ('(unify, dcd.
'T'HE Legatees and all other parties interested in
i the rstate of Mnry P. Miller, d. ceased, will take
ii. nice thai th- under-igued appointed by the Or
I han' t ourt of , ai l rounty. auditor, to audit and
mftke ilistribulioii of the balance in the hands of Han
il Emmet, surviving executor of the said Mary P.
Miller, drceased, w ill nn-et the parties interested in
the said estate, at ths rne of the Register of Wills,
in and for the county -f 'olumbia, at isi-ioinsburg.on
1 bursday the J-ta day of November next, when and
where all parties interested ran attend if they see
proper and present their claims or be debarred from
coin in -. 1Tl,"r a re c,f r h -t "'i"d
A N r 2 23
F O UTZ'Q
Hotsg ani Cattle PoMers.
long and tavorably
known, will hor
broken-down . and
and cleansing the
stomach and intes
tines. It is a tare pre
ventive of all dis
eases 4oeirlnt tjt
this animal, gncn as LL-Mi Is-VIUL UULNDEE3.
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AXD VITAL
use improves the
a smooth .and
glossy skin and
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking- and splriteu
To keeners of Cow this tt-h t- , t.,
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
oi me milt, it has
been proven by ao
tnal experiment to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make the
batter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it Rives them
an appetite, loosen
, incir hide, ana
- makes them tlirir
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcera ill
the Lungs, Liver,
&c., this ..article
nets as a siecinc.
By putting from
one-half a pnrier
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 th
S. -A.. ITOXJT55 &z BRO.,
WHOLES ALE TtniQ AND MEDICIXE DEPOT,
XTo. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Dni?irist3 and Storekeeper! through
out the United States.
O"" For sale at the Drug Ftore of
Rlnomibtirg, Jan. 6, ItTsI . 12mo.
mi. Y. II. AVIIITMOfi,
HAS been in successful practice for a number ol
- years, with the experience of the different hospital-in
Europe, also a member of the Analytical
Medical Institute of New Yi rk. conli lues to attend
to all prof'.-ssinnal ca-i'i at his office No. V26 Filbert
2. No patent Medicines are used or recommended ;
the rm ;diM administered are thoe which will nut
break rown the. constitution, but renovate the sys
tem from all usuries it has sustained from mineral
medicines, and leave the system in a healthy and
perfectly rur-il condition,
3. DYssPl.PSI that distressing disease and fell
destroyer of health and happmes. undermining the
con tn'u'i in end yeaily carrying thousands lo un
timely graves, can most emphatically be cured,
4, Melancholy, Abb-rration. that state ot Allna
tion and weakness of the miud which renders per
son!, incapable ol enjoying the pleasures or perform
ing the duties of life,
5, RH EU 1 ATlM,in any firm cr condition.chron.
ia or nrute. warranted rurable.
ti, EPI LEI'S v, r falling sickness, all chronic or
Stubborn casr of
radira'ly removed ; r'a t Rheum and every descrip
tion of ulcerations : piles and scrofulous disease
wlin )i havehatlled all previous medical skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and 1 do say all diseases,
(yes (.'uNscmr no) can be cured by wearing my Medi
cated Jacket, which is a protection to the lungs
against all changes of weather in all climaless bav
mg tn vasliiialcd for year the cause and character ol
iiitertuitretiis (fever aud ague) in all parts of the
I'niied Stales will cure pennant ntly all chronic or
acute cases of a;uc and nervous pieaes ia a fewf
tanctr Cared without the kaitc or Drawls;
Tape Worm. Ihat dread to the Human Family for
years, can l e remove', with two or thjc aosea of
tiy new ly discovered remedy, warranted in all cases.
Consultation in !!; English and German Languages
free of charge. Will make visits any distance, if
desired. Tjny bo nJdresse by letter (confidentially.)
am! 'u.iieine sent with proper directions to tny
frt ol tlu cou.iry.
OrHLli-0, V2t t iioertct. 1 una.
April 4. 18CG ly.
DIl. JR. KVANS,
rijysiciaa aud Surgeon,
J FAVlNi lnfa'tl pfr.naiiftiily on Main
SirpHt. HI.O()MSj;iTK(; Fa., wonl.l in
lorm the p'lb'ic genert'lv . that he is preprared tr
atte nd to all business f.iiihlully and punctually that
may be in'riisied tn his care, on terms cuiunieusu
rate w it U the ti mes.
Z7 He pays strict attention to Surgery as well
Nov.-Jj. 1 (S;3, ly.
1! LOOM SB ERG, Pa.
Will pra rtirn in tha several Courts of Columbia
and adjoining enmities.
X. T All t oiieciietis promptly attended to.
June -JO. I -liti.
CHAS. G. DARKLE Y,
AJSorsscv nt L:nr,
CLCCSiillKi, ( OLOIBIA CO., PA.
practire in the severat Court of Columbia
foiinty. All legal bnsinr-ss intrusted to bis
caie shall receive prompt a'tcntion.
Dllire tut Main Mr eel. Exchange Buildings, over
Miller's Store. '
itlof.iuslur. April 13, l-r
Licensed Lonreianccr, Scrircner, and
fHcc Elcavcr TaHer, P.i,
Will attend to taking Acknowledgements, Write
Du'-ils, -Vortgsges. Leases, Ponds. Notes, Agree
ments, See. Purveying attended to with despatch.
IPaoasaacDmB 2 2
Eril. El. WELL, having bought L. Runyon's TKO
V Is8 ION STORE is now prepared to sell Grocer
ies al Whole sale or UcUil, as Cbcap at the Ceaf
""'EISiSZE VOUT CAX Ffirvi
SUGARS, TKAS. COFFKES.
SVKUFS. SPICES, CRACKERS
STARCH. SODA. CORN STARCH.
DRIED FRUIT. CANNED FRUIT,
tV00DEN-W A RE, FLOUR. FISH,
CHANS. ONION'S, &c, &c.
F.I'H. W. ELWELL.
Bloomsbarg Eeb 14, 1WG.
Ct ZQ() I'ER YEAR! We w.nt
x,uvu amenta evervwher lo soli
or improved $-20 Sewing Machines. Three Pew
kinds. I'nder and upper feed. Warranted five'
year. Above salary or large commissions paid.
'I he -i,Y tuacninVs in the United States for less
than S 4'l. whicij are fully licensed by Hfwe,Wbeel-
or &. VV i son, Grover c liaker. Si nger Sc. Co., and
'achtl'ler. A II other cheap Machines are Infringe-'
met.ts and the seller or user are liable to arrest, firo
and imririsonment. Circulars free. Address or ral t
upon Miaw i Clark, Iliddeford, Me., or Chicago UK
Deeember 211. 1(15 ly.
'f-IIE undersigned would respectfully announce M
l the citizens of liloouisbtirg. and the public gen
era! v. that lie mnnh,. ; gen
an O.MMtCS LINE, be-
I w fen fhi llr n,. ,f.
feretil Kail Koad Depots dm. ')-rjr
ly, luii::avs eirrntrdi f o I M I ll'l
conneri w ith the l -r:, I ivin. a
.Vh'Tk- JnJ u ,11"""Prt Kail Road, and
with those go,,,? Nona and .South on the Lack
Bloomsburg Roud. or,
liiaO.viNiBCS.-ES are in good conditio., eommo
d.on, and comfortable, aud charge, reasonable.
. l- Persons wishisg to meetr see tbir friend,
depart, can b. accommodated, .poo .easonable
charge., by leaving timely notice MPMy of til Ho!
JACOB L. GIRT0N,
Dloomsburg, April 27, 1864. Proprietor.
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