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' AGEICULTUKAL. :
. . FAHMEHS BE SOCIAL. . ' .
We have on several occasion?, in this de
partment of the German toicn Tele ffraph,
urged upon our fanner3 the cultivation of a
more social dispositiona duty and a pleas
which haa always been more or Jess neglect
ed by them. ' Naturally the farmer is an un
selfish man. 'Ilia labors are mostly out of
doors. His calling takes him much abroad,
and enables him to mingle considerably with
the world. Yet looting at this and the very
large proportion of the population embraced
in hi3 pursuit, and the important influence
exercised by it over all our public afairs, it
is a subject of cVmir.oo remark, even by ag
riculturalists themselves, that their foeial
intercourse should be so much restricted.
There is no other cause for this seclusivc
ness on the part of farmers that we can see,
than the "treading in the footsteps of the'r
predecessors." Be this as it may, there are
other causes operating which appear to be
changing this for the better. County fairs,
bringing agriculturists together from districts
euSicicntly near to each other to make ac
quaintanceship pleasant and lasting, and put
ting them in friendly emulation in matters
and things involving their agrestic skill and
Buccess, are clearly working to form more
close companionships between those whose
domestic- comforts and family enjoyments
must be greatly promoted in the future.
Another cause operating to this end are
thanumerous charitable societies of women,
which sprung up all over the' loyal country
at the breaking out of the rebellion, for the
purpose of aiding the Nation's eick and
wounded eoldier?. Among the most effi
cient of these societies were to be found in
the agricultural districts ; and one of .heir
regulations we believe wa?, that their meet
ing were not strictly con Sped to the ladies,
but gentlemen often joined them, whose
presence, if it did not add much to the
amount of work, performed, had something
to do in making the time pass pleasantly,
and was almost indispensable in the matter
of waiting upon the ladio3 to their home?.
Little clubs among the farmers of a neigh
borhood, to meet once a week, or discuss or
talk over the innumerable iuljecta connect
ed with the intelligent prosecution of their
noble profession, produce a decidedly frater
nizing and socializing effect. While these
local associations should not be too formal
and restricted, they thouliL have an official
organization a better calculated to cause
punctuality at the meetings, aswella.3 to add
to their permanency. On these occasions
the wives and daughters of families thould
always accompany their husband, fathers or
brothers not to participate of course in the
proceedings that may take place, but to in
crease the agrceability of the meetings, and
to share in the pleasure of these delightful
interchanging of good neighborhood. In
deed, if the truth must be spoken and we
are ready to do it upon all occasion;?, espe
cially upon such an one as this there is very
little social enjoyment in the world which is
not refined and made doub!y enjoyable by the
presence of woman.
While we therefore urge upon our agri
culturists, as a rule, more social congeniality,
whether for the improvement of the soil or
mind, or the happy relaxtion of friendly in
tercourse, we are. gratified to find that cir
cumstances are tending to acconiilih what
we have so long wished to see inaugurated.
PUTTING DOWN BUTTER.
There is no peculiar art or my.-.tery about
putting down butter for winter use so that it
will keep sweet, sound and good a very I jug
time. It only needs a proper rcct p'.alle, to
know how, and scrupulous cleanliness and
all who make butter may easily enough have
a prime article cither for sale, or for winter
use, with very little trouble, and no extra
. The last time we went round Cape Horn,
wo bought in Baltimore a fc-'.v days before
sailing two tubs of ordinary Western butter
for cabin stores. It was cheap Ohio I utter,
tut happening to have been made right and
properly put down, it was capital butter all
the voyage outward bound, through the
tropic3, roun the Horn, doTn through the j
tropics again in the Pacific to Guayaquil,
two months in that oven, almost under the
Equator ; then homeward bound, through
the troj ical heat in two oceans, and at last
at the end of a year and ten days th i bottom
layer of the last tub came out for service cn
the day we made the Pelawarc Capes, as
sweet, fresh and sound as it was when we
went to sea outward Lound.
That butter had been correctly made and
put down in sweet, new red cak tub?, hold
ing about eighty pounds each, in this man
ner : The bottom of the tub covered with
fine, clean sa!t, half an inch thick. Thon a
solid layer of butter about 1 inches thick ;
then half an inch of salt again, and so alter
nately, salt and butter butter and salt, so!il,
to within two inches of the top of the tub,
that space being filled with strong brine, and
the head put in tight. During the entire
voyage care was. taken to keep the butter
covered with brine ; and whatever was taken
out for . ure wa3 simply rinsed off in sea
Agrea deal of tha celebrated Orange
county or Goshen butter is not nearly up to
its reputation on account of being packed in
one solid mass from bottom to top, or in lay
ers of from three to five inch.93 in thickness,
without any salt strata between, or being
covered vr'.Vi pickle. Butter put down in
that manner will not keep good very long
with all the Goshen reputation ever got up
to back it. -
Of all the woods used for bntter tubs or
kegs, the red beech, common in several of
the northern counties of Pennsylvania and
in many pnrta of New York, is the best.
Then well seasoned redoak, then white elm,
then wbita ash. After these, all our woods
are more or less bad for butter, and ought
never o be used. Of course the very best
receptacle to put down butter ia for long
keeping Lj a strong, well glazed stone jar,
-svith a close-fitting coyer. But as ttuh vessels
sxe too fragile for th hard knocks of trans
portation, they are "only suitable for home
use. Beech, red oak or ash ought to be used
Trhcxevcr rcu-rh handling is the rule. ' 1
PUKE BONE DUST."
Guaranteed by printed Certificate to be entirely
free from adulteration.
"Concentrated Bonn Fertilizer,"
reliable quirk yielding manure.
ITT" Farmers can order direct or through, any re
sponsible dealer. E7 A liberal discount allowed
dealer A J. BRKlNIU.
August 1. 1306 2m.
J. URRAII FOR
THIS VAY FOR BARGAINS
Goods to compare with stringency of the Money
.Market, Look and compare price before nurrh:..
ing elsewhere. Just rail at toe favorite hii-ines
stand of Mc Vim:h fc Sh mum. ami you will lie nu t
ty the obliging Prrprietors or iheir Clerks an. I shown
through their great variety More free of charge, i.f
enur.:. they will give you a fair chuuee to -peud your
loose change, they (rust inoch uiore profitably than
it ran be spent elsewhere. Their
STOCK ' Or DRY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in all It varieties than
usii.il. Their Ladies Dress Good a re of the nicest
styles in Market. They have a fine assortment of
Hats, Cap;, BuoUaml Shoe.
Puminer Cloths, Casinct. Caimers and Venting.
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, besides a general assortment of
Queensware anil Groceries, all at greatly reduce I
prices. 1 hey wtsn to concutl tneir business ou the
sy stem, f
dav ac vnii rsrvi
anil they think they can afford to sell very cheap.
They r' turn their thank for mauy past favor, and
a-k the future patronage of theu former customers
and the public g- nerally.
McNlNCt! i EH UMAX.
May 16, ISt.6. If.
THE undersigned begs leave to announce to the
ritizens rf Bloomshurg and tlx? surrounding
country th.-t he keeps ronslan tly on hand at his old
stand, ui the south east corner of Main and Iron sts.,
a pr.-uie lot of
G REEN AND BLACK TEAS,
CoffVe. Pugar. FyruD. Tobaccc, Cigar. Pried Fruit.
Coal Oil. ?n .ff. Spices, Butter. Eggs, l ard
Cheese. Dried Beef, Crackers. Drugs. Parlor
and Hand Lamps, Paints i f all Kind.",
and paint brushes. Dye Piutis, Dry
Goods, Calicoes. Cloths for boy's "
wear, iroap. Flour, Chop,
Queen are. Glass. Put
ty. Salt. Finn. Meat.
Hosiery. Took. Writing Pap.-r. Ink. Hardware.
Ticket Knives. Combs, ice. its. kc.
lie keeps in fct everything appertaining to a first
Grocery and Variety store.
He is determined not to be undersold1. All kinds of
produce taken at tha
WG:n:vr market pricks.
Having Just received anew i-tock. the peoDle are
earnestly invited to call and satisfy themselves, fly
slrii t attention to business, he hopes not only to re
tain hi. pairnnaze b:it to increase it. He feels thank,
ful fir pat favors, and ni:h many years experience
in the business, he feels confident he can render sat
isfictiua to all who fav or him with their pit' onaee.
JOHN K G1UTU.X,
Bl'-nmsbrirs;. June 20, 1306.
433 Broadway, New Yrk.
THR ATTEXTIOV rf th publie and the trtd is
invited to est r NEW flM Lf., tfKVKV C r.AVL.
ROStWO D Pi M) FOUTK. nlii.h f r vlan.e
and pmity .f tone are iinrivall -il by any h tl:ert of
fored in this m-irket. They rontun nil the m.idi rn
improvement. Freiu-li grand aetion, harp pednl jrtn
frame, o v er-t-lr ing b.ts. etc., and a h iiirlr,iiiieii
beieg made r.n-icr the per-onal yupervisin of Mr.
J II. fiRovrmn. who h i- ;i ;ua Heal ep-ri, nre ..f
over 1 1 : a . ty years in tli"ir iii.'inu taclure, is f jlly war
ranted in evrrv i rnilar
the Okonm vy.r.x pi.yi-foi te-'
Keceivld hie u:oiikt o or sksit T the cels-
KATro Wmid's rim
Where wrr! e.tuilit il 1:1 ir u tin -n t - fr;m the beat
makers -f ' riidoii, Paris, Gern:any. In la Jel;-liia.
Kaltitnore, IJo.-fn and rev York ; an.l nlso at the
A merit-j n I nt'tuie I'-'r live snrre.tyr? .nr. the
(o:.o and Jht.vtH AliBiu from b- tii cl vthichcan be
nee'i our ware-r-oms.
itv the iiilrihluctMni of improvements we niiike .1
(till moreperfict Piano f.irte. an4 by ii,.intif;i' t irii-g
l.-ccely. with .i liii'tly ca h y-tem. are eii itled t-
4tf r the e iuMruiiK'Ms at a price liich u ill precludu
all iitnipetilrin .
Our prices ure from !!U0 to SiiO cheaper than any
first ila! Tiaiio-ftirte.
'J X" Mrf 1 t '..h in enrrent funds.
I Cecriptive circulars se-it Iret:
July II, lrW. ly. II. ic. P.
ESy, Cvlt.mljia Co. Pa.
The iindersizned havin? becomi; sole prorrj tor ol
litis wtil know nan I on vennntiy Iocit.l jtin I.
respectfully informs hi friend, and the public in'
general, that U.: hai, put ln hoii-e in complete order
for the ac omi!io,itjiin of boarders, and fr t:ie r- cep.
tion and entertainment of Iravil ers wh iii.tv f,.,.
ilposed to favor it w it!l their ciit.;'i. S-t expense
has been spared in preparing this II - tel fir Ih e nt-'r
ta in mei, ofpuets, aiiti notliinf? li.ill be tiiinp. on
hi p- rt. to u. mister to their peri-nnnl eorrilort. The
locution, as well as the building. i a good one, and
all togelhei is amply arranged t please th- nnrlie
r.ry. April U. IH4.-tr.
JJLOOMSBUIW FANCY" TRIMMING
fjetond dcor below llart.usn's 3Iain gtrcet.
Just received a new stock of
ZKi'li V RS WOOLEN AVD COT
TO YARNS, CORStT6.
MCSL1V. EDGING?. Dtt3 '
and every variety of articles usually kepi iu a
A'sFcuool Books. Hymn Hooks, Bibles, Sunday
School llo' ks. an 1 dlars-! I t of
MI Sil ELLA XEO CS II O OKS,
Account b:i I yiemorandiim . Ilooka , Plank Deeds.
B indan I Mortgages, and a g-neral and well-selected
as ?'.rt iii:ct of i'.iptr, Luvelopus, ie.
A. V. WECB.
Bloorafhurg, June 21. 1?GG. -.f
TFIE tinder ignod repectfu!ly announces to the
public that he keeps constantly on hind, at bis
olilmiuj, one door below Lulx's I'm; store.
Oil Cloih. and Tpper V'ilrr Sliadcs, Cnrd-. Tas
sels and Fixtures, for Pictures., tc. ol the very
latest styles aid is prepared. to do ail kin Js of paper
hanging to crder.
K. J. TIIORTON.
Cloonrbur?, April 4 lte.tf
ATTOItSny - AT - L1W,
Office opposite Pot rjjke, orer Htnlmttn't store.
Back 1'ay, Bounty, Pensions and Gcv
rrnment claims promptly collected.
Bloomsburg. Apr. 4. 'Cti
WRAPPING AND MINING PA
PERv.I.TaZin"thor00,,,'o",r 'i''' my rn
per Mills at Mil! Grove, near Hloomsbarg. Columbia
County, Pa I am now prepared to llll all orders for
Wrapping, Dry Blasting ana Water Pnf Paper on
snort notiee and fair prices. I bare opened a ware
house in Wllken Barre. and appointed Joseph Rrown
ol I the firm ot Brown. Gray l'o., my agent to dispose
or my paper in Loizeroc County.
Bloomsbnrg. Bept. 16. WGS.
' SAMUEL KNORR,
Office over Hartman't Store, oppoute Port Office
Bloomsburis April 4, 15C8.tf. - , .
npnE PERUVIAN SYROP
J-13 A PROTECTED SOLUTION OP THE
Protoiide of Inni,
a new discovery in medicine which
STRIKES AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE nY
supplying the Blood with its vitl ramcirLE. o
This is the secret of the wonderful success of this
remedy in curing;
Dyspepsia, Liver Oompltint, Dropsy,
ronic Diarrhoci, IJaih, Nervoas
Affeetions, Chills and FeTer,
Humors, Loss of Consti
tutiqnal vigor, Diseases
of the Kidneys &
and all diseases originating in a
CAD STATE OF THK BLOOD
or accompanied by Dtbilily or a low stale of the
Being free from Alcohol in any form. Its energiz
ing cir. tis are not followed hy rom-FpoHding reac
tion, but are peruianeiit.it fusing strength, vigor ;ind
oitw Lilt? inte all parts of the system, and buiiJing
up luliitj.4 Ct).'jTll UTIuV.
-DYSPKPSU AND DEBIFJTY
From the Venerable Archdeao u Hi'OTT. I. f.
LXmiam Cina. la Eat. Alinh 24. I -to.
"I am an inveterate lsp ptic of more
than Si years' -tanning '
"I have so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks (luring wbn h 1 have used the Pe
ruvian ri)rup,tliHt lean scarcely ptrxuade nixfof
the reality. People who havtr known me are aston
ished at the change. am widely known and can
but recommend to others that which has done so
much for me
A CASE OF 27 YE R3' STAXDIXG CURED.
From IVSLEY JEWETP, No M Avon Place. Boston
I hav-J sufJertit. and sometimes severely, for 27
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced taking the Pe
ruvian Syrup, and found immediate benefit from it.
In the course ofth'ee or four weeks 1 was entirely
relieved from my sutferinc. and have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since "
AN ElIlNliXT DIVINE OF BOSTON. SAV3 :
. "I have been lining the Peruvian Syrup for some
time past; it gives me new Vigor.Buoyamy ofspir
Its. Klanticity of Mucle."
Thousands hare been changed by the e of this rtmedy
from trrak, strk!y.njeriiig creature, to strong. h'tlllhy:
and haprt vien and tr omen; and invalid cannot reasona
bly htsnale to gice ft trtal,
A pamphlet of 'Si pages containing certificates of
cures aud recommendations front some of the ioot
eminent physicians, clerfjunu, and others, will be
sent FRtg to aii y address.
E7eSee that each boitlehas Ptaoviii Svacr blown
in the glass.
FOIl SALE BY
J. I". EinSMMEE. Proprietor. 36 I)ev St.ew York
SOLD BY ALL DUfUUlSTd.
AH Medical Men agree that IODINE is tha PEST
RK.MEIiy for Scrufula and all kindred diseases ever
iliscovered. TUu difficulty has been to obtain a Puna
SoLnTms; of it.
Utr. II- Anders' Eccliisc Water
Is a Pure Solution rf Iodine, WITHOUT A SOL
VFNTI! Containing a Full Grain to each ounce of
A most Pcwcrfui Vitalizing Agent and
UASeuredand will cure SCROFULA in alt its mani
UI.CER3. CAVCERjj. SYPII I LIS.SALT RHEUM ;
and it has been used with astonishing success in ca
ses of Rheumatism, Uvspep iaf Consumption, Female
Complaints, Heart. Liver aim Kidney 1'iae nc.
Circulars w ill be sent fikk to any one sent id g their
Price $1.(0 a bottle, or f for $5. ml
Prepared by Ut U. ANUEHd, Physician it Chemist.!
J. P. i)I.SM0RE. 30 Do v St. New Y
And by all CruUt.
yyiSTAR'S BALSAM OF
WELI5 t I3S1KV
U.VS BEN USED FOR NEABLY
HALF A CENTURY,
with the niOFt ato!,i-hing success in curing
Coughs, Cr.i'Jsslloar.-eues-i, iore Throat
ItSueczt, Whoopnt; cough, Croup,
Liver com;. taint. Bronchitis, L'ifH
culiy of BreatLiu";, A?iLaj,
u I ever y affec
THE TIMOAT.LUyUS 4- CI1ES7A
which carries ofTmro victims than any fther di.
ease and which b.itfl sthe -K i I of the I'hysuiaus to
a grtatcr tst nt than ai:v other m;,l.i.!v. oltcu
YIM DS To'THIr RKMlDY
when all otio-rs prove in irt tu.it.
AS A MEHICING
Knpi;t in II lief, &o- Uunir in Kff.-cl, saU in in Of t-
IT is UNSUltPASSED !
while as a preparation free frotn noxious Migrei'i.ien?
poi-ons. r minerals ginning Ki!. seirn e.ni: 1 ni(;,i
cai knowledge; C':iitiuii.i; all lll.il is tuI. table In il;
vegetable kingdom for tnn ctais i f lisi a e .it is
and is entitled, "mei its, and receives the general con.
njence of the public,
SEYMOUll THATCHER, 31. D.,
if llermi-n. N. Y.. writes as follows:
Wistar's UA!.sjt or Wild Uhkrht gives universal
sat i. -I'm lion. It seem to cure a ouh by liwKr nine
and c. auring the lungs. and allaying irril:(itn t it u a
removing the cause, instead of drying up the cough
and leaving the cause behind. 1 consider the llaisaiu
go d a any. if not the best. Cough mc iciue wi;h
whith 1 am acquainted."
llev. Jacob wECIilf.r, of Ilaoover, Pa.
Ytll known and mucli respected nmong th German
irpulatio.i in tins country iinkes the foliowin- state
ii nt (or the bem fit of the aiilicted,
DeakMRs -Having realized 1.1 u y family impor
tant bencUts fr. in the uu of your valuable prenara
lion V. iri Balsam or Wild riiiRRT-ii affords mc
pleasure to recommend it to the public. rome ei-ht
y arsagoone r.f my daughter, see. ned m be in a de
cline aui little hopes of her recovery were entertain
ed I then procured a bottle of your excellent- Balsam
and before she had takn the whole of the contents of
the bottle there wa, a grest in provement in her
health I lwve.,11 ,y individual ca-e oiade frequent
use ot orv-luable medicme.aud have always beeu
beneittod by iu 1
Brice One Bolter a Bottle.
F'TR PA LB BY
J- P. D!NSVORE.?6 Dey Strett. VeW York
SLTU W FOWLE. & M.N, Proprietors., Boalon.
AND BT ALL DBLOO kls.
CURE3 (X'TS.BURNS. SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES WOUNLd.i;RUISE3. SPBAINS,
Grace 8 t'elefirsted tSalve
tURE3 BOILS, ULCER3. CANCERS.
Grace's Celebrated alve
CURES SALT BHET7M. CRYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celfbrated Salve
CURES CUAPPtD HAND3, CHILBLAIN'S,
Grace's Celebrated Salve
HEALS OLD SORES.FRESII VVOUNDS.tc
Itia prompt in aetion. removes pain at onec and re
duces the most aogry-ookinp swellings and luifla
matlons. as if by magic thus affurdimg relief and a
complete cure. j, .
Only i5 eents a box J (Sent by ma il for 33 cents,)
For Sale by , . -
3. P DIV3VORE 36 Dev Street. Sew York.
S. V. rOWE 4. SON. Proprieto-s,Boston, and by'all
Druggists. Grftcers, and Country stores. ...
January 27. 1806 ljr ' ' "
N. E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets.
The most complete and thoroughly appointed Busi
ness or Commercial College in the country.
Th.? only one in thu city posesing a Legislative
Charter, and the only one in the United States author
ired to confer Degrees of Merit. (Haplonias awarded
to graduates in the Commercial Course under its cor
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted by geiiileincn of liberal education and
extensive experience in business, and affording une
qualled advantages for the thorough theoretical and
pi act teal education of young men lor the various du
ties and employment of business life.
THEORY ANW PRAClICli COMBINED
by a of system
AC TUAL BUSINESS TR AIN INO
original and pre sminent'y practical g ving the stu
dent in the hnrtet time a romp lete itml-Iii into (he
routine. tet lis. customs and firms of business in
veueral ns conducted in the best regulated roiniiier
tiul and hmiuiil estih isli meiit s.
TIII-OllEri ' Al- IIOOKKKCPIVU
Upon a new plan, v it h unoriginal exposition of the
n-irnrc of accounts, a'lanJsM an, I put.lulie I ty the
proprietor of lhi I nutilutioii exelu .i vely f.ir Ui- own
ue s.iving one-half t lie ordinary labor if the st'nl. nt
audgiviiit' him a complete knowledge of tin practice
jf the bejit aicountants.
THE COMaMEUCIAL COURSE
EM 13 HACKS -t
U lokeffcirjgjComiLierfial Ari;bmetic,Ptn
inaostiip, Uusineha Correrpondeiice,
Commercial Law, Lectures on
BusiLe Affairs, Commer
cial Ctf-toms, Foruii,
a ad Actual Bum
tlgebrm and the Higher Mathematics, Phonography, Or
nameatil Penmanship, the 1n o letecling
Ceunt'rfeit Money, h'ngineeting Sur
veying, .Vaciifa'iju and
TEl.E.'iP u HIN.
The arrangements for I eiegrapning are far more ad
vance of anything of the kind ever oflVrd t;i the pub
lic. A regular Tele raph Line is connected with the
Institution wfh twi nty branch oirices i.-i various
parts ol the ci'y. where public hunine., i transacted,
and iiMvhich tiie students of this lntilution are per
mitted to practice. No regular niriee practice can be
bad in anv otl.er school of instruction in t'ie couutry.
w ithout which no one can ojtain a position as a prac
tical operator. Young ni-n are cautioner a5;ii:,si inu
deceptive representations id' those who, without any
such facilities, pretend M t arh Telegraphing.
This Institution is now enjoying the largest p-itron-Ironage
ever belowd upon any Co'umer.cial eh'..,l in
IPt! Mate. Over liv bun Ire- students were in atten
dance the fl- st year, and over seven hundred during
the patl yar. The be-t cla4 of stuilenti may tnv.v
riably be found here, aud &I1 its association are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
1 l.i I ii I tin nori islucated in tne tami central part
i-f I lie city, and its ac ouimodations. for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are utisiirpa.-serl. All the
rooms have been fitted up in the very ne?,i style with
lCSIEdS OtKlfErt OR IMCNTIVi; IIOCSKM.
TELLCRAPII CtTlCE. STATION Alt Y SloUB.
AND A BCOCLAR
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND IS.-CR,
Bfipplipil wiih tinely engraved li:hographie notes used
as a circulating mediuai in the I'rparlaiL-tit of Actual
TO YOJTAG MUX
who desire the very b tt facil'tie far a
rradical l.tlucalii si lor Lcisiarss,
we gnarsn tee a course j.f ininir!ion no wh-re elt
t qu .lle.l. v ln'e til" reputation aud st unfing of the
Im-liiiition nuioi.g bn-ui. s men .urike its en lor'e
iiient the best past port to suervss and adv inri'iniit.
A.I com. iiiplniing e-ttering any omm rrial College,
are iuvite.l to Kt-ud lor an II. 1. 1 Sl'HArf.U
ClKCULMl AND CATALOGUE
contrjtiing complete interior views of the College,
and full particulars of the course of instruction,
L. FAIuBlMi, .1. n .
T. E. MF.Rt'HAXT, Supt. of Office Business.
Nov. -I. l-i 5 Id iu.
HUGS, DRUGS, DUIGS.
, Pure MeHirinrs. at John R. Mover's Drug Store.
corner ot Main and Market gtrects. A good assort
Vedirinei, Tais ts. Oi!s and Yariiislio, always on
hai (.', and wi: I be f old he:.per than at any uiiur
Dri g lor.' i:i l-nv n.
Q 1 1 L T r V G U A f A N T E L D .
Prescriptions carefully compounded at Moycr's
A er- and Jaynes Meiiicines eoM at Moyeg's Drug
Wi hirfs Tar Corr!iil. Baker's Cod Liver Oil.
Winslow's Soothiig t?yrtip, gold at -.oytr"s Urug
For any reliable p.itent mcdirines, call at Moycr's
Leather of nil kinds, wholesale sail retail, at J. R.
Mover's I'rue Store, BlnLiiisburg, Pa.
-Vay -2, IrCii. tf.
The undersigned reppectfully informs the citizens
of l;looin-burl and Columbia county, that they ke p
II the different numbers of stove coal an J selected
lump coal for saiij'unz purpose, on tlieir whirl', ad
joining MrKelvv, Ne.il & Go's Furliaee ; with a good
pair tutfal scales on the w barf.to weigh coal. hay and
straw Z.ikew ise-n. horse and wagon, to de;i ver coal
to those who desire it. As we purchase a large
amount i T coal, w e Intend to keep a superior article,
at'd sell nt the very I. w es-l prices. Please call an. I
examine fur yourselves before purclia-ingeleu here.
J. V. II i;x iK"S hi p.
, AUGUSTUS MASON.
rr HE undersigned will tike, in exchange f.ir Coal
I and (Jro-eries. the following named articles :
Vhe.,t. Kye.i't.ru. O.it. Pot.itoe. L--rd. i am. Shoul
der. and tite moat, hutt'r. Ljgs. Hay. ic, at the
highest ci-fcli prijes, at Lis Cr.icerv Store, a.ij"innig
tin ireeal yard. J. V. HLNDLRIIOT.
I'.l'.i in .-"burg, April i". 1 .ti. I y
NATIONAL FOUND III'.
'v: IU OOMS!iUI(G, CO-
LUM1UA CO., PA.
S 2 3
I' E subscriber, proprietor
of the aliive nam-. I e-
L i j : i- i'iif i ve esi.ir iisnmeni.
1 ' t lor
to receive orders
All Kinds of 32acli.nfry,
for CoMerte. BIat Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILLS, THRESHING M ACH I N i:S. fcC . A.C.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, all sixes and
interns, p'ow -irons, and everything usually made in
Ilis extensive facilities and practical workmen, war--ant
Iihu in rec-iviit; the largest contracts no the
in t reasonable terms.
iC7" Ura in of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
9 This establishment is loca.ed Dear the l.ackawa
na A Bloouioburg Railroad Depot.
Uloomsburg, Sept. li 1SC3.
C. II O W E II,
lis suSGrorj rT?jTTer
RF?PlA TrULLY oiT rshis profess
ional s rvtces to the laiiies and rentle
men of I I omsbiirgand vicinity, lie is
.' .hi i ne varum
np.;raticns in the line of '.lis nrof enn andis provi h d
w-iht e latent improved fHL'r:l1l. TKKTIP whir"
w II hem verted ou f old.platiiia.silvtr and rubber br e
to Imiw II as the uatuial let tli
Ml leril plate and blek teeth manufactured nr. all
o en in in on tei th.rarelu ly and properly attended to
llei('t nee and oliire a lew doors above the Court
II u,e. same side.
Lioo.nsbur i, June u 1?C3
A. J. EVANS'
Aeri-Ay opposite the' Episcopal Chunk.
LO THING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
MY stock is composed rf fine rlothin-. medium
and low priced adapted to nil conditions
(antes and wants. He has the lalett sty les lor the'
season a fine assortment of
oyerctials and (uiiemcu's Miavr.s.
from low to the very best
Goutls uie t'i'hi"n :h!c ami tceU M.ttfe.
In additiin tomy stock of r;a ly-maJj clotking I
have piece goods for custom orders,
And having one of the first class cutters, I guaran
tee a fit in all eases and give sali.facliuo. Also a
H 00LEX AM)LIXC MiIRTS.
Stocking, Neckties. Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's line of c'oliiing.
Also, lluti, Boots and Shoes, Truuks and Carpet
I will sell at the lowest Market prirg Please give
me a call before pureba-ing elsew here.
AVIKbV J. EVANS.
Bloomshnrr. Nov 15. ?'
SCO A OiTUl Aguts wauted
for slz entirely sune artit't, just out. Ad
dress O. T. G ARE V. Cirv r.nii,tln xlcA.a m.:.
Sprins: mid Siuninrr Cionl.
'I ' II E subscriber has just returned from Uie cities
J with another large and select assortment of
SPUING AND SUMMKU GOODS,
purchased t Philadelphia and New York, at the
lowest figure, and which be is determined to sell
on as mo l-rite twrins as can be prueuied elsewhere
His rtock comprises '
i f the choicest styles and latest faskions together
wiih a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vt stings. Also, Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
Ware, Hollow-ware, Naiis, Iron,
SOOTS Aria SHOES,
lints and Caps, ice. In short, everything usually
kept, in a country -tores, to which he invites the in
tention of the public generally.
The hiehext price will be paid forcounlry produce
in exchaciie forgoojs.
S. 11. MILLELI.
rioomt-burg, Vov. -2 lJfi"i.
i x u n a t: s : t :o ts paay,
V1 LKLS-Ii A RRG. PENNA.
CAPITA L AX I) fiTpLTs, - - $130,
Ptock not called in.
Bills receivable, -
U. S. S -i!0 Bonds,
Temporarv and call loans,
103 sh ire VVxomiug Bank Stock,
5i shares First National Bank .l IVjlks-Barre
7(1 shares Second National Hank nt ilkes liar re 7.ii:i
4'i shi:res v ilkes-Uarrc bridge Slock.
2 5e 0
1 .5 i '.
Jii-ltrimiits, . -
Due from Agents and others,
Cash in band and in Bank,
G. M. HOLLENB CK,
JOHN K H II A III I.
S MriiL V AIMI WIS,
It D I. O OB
I.. I). SHOEMAKER.
H. M HOYT,
O. LI l;t,
Wm is K'iSS,
( II KI A VIINER,
ti M 1 1 A ! 1) I V(J
CM HOLI.l;MA' K President.
L. I. flluKMAKEC. Yice IVrsV.
It. C. SMITH, PgCRATART.
F. I.ROW.V. Ag-nt,
March a, I.-C3 n.tt.iirJ;, Pa.
RE AT IMPROVEMENT IN
SE rf ING MA Oil INK S
Ca:isjir' S!mlllr JIacaiac !
SAI FSROOM-. 53f. Broadway, N. Y.,
Coil Ua-hington rt et. Ito-ton.
Mi Ch. nut Mreei. Philadelphia,
P T1NTLD FE.i. M. lfi:0.
'plII3 MAnilNE is conducted on entirely new
1 principles ef niechanisiii, possessing many rare
and valuable impr venients having been ex unined
by the most prof-junj experts and pronounced V o
S'( "'' ' and I rf ction Cotiiht'nrd.
It his a straight needle, perpendicular action,
makes the Lw K or e 1 1 1 TIIE .-111(11. which will
neither Kll tor 11AVLL. arid is a ikeoii both ri. es ;
perforuis perfect iri! on every description f
milerial. from L at her to i he fiuert .VansooH ohisIhi,
with rotton. linen, or si.k thread, fro n the coarsest
to the finest number. Having neither I'AM or COI
VV'I Kill., an I the loast po;.ib.; Inulioii, il runs aj
smooth as glass, nnd is
EiHphatiadly a XotMhss jlicJu'ie.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power to drive
it th in any other machine in the market A girl
twelve years of age ran work il steaui y. wilnuut
fatigue or Injury to health
Its Strength and wonderful Simplicity of Construc
tion renders i- elmost impossible to get out of order,
ami is ; I'A It ANTELU by the company to give en
We respectfully invite all those who may desire to
t-upply lln msflves withasuperi r article, to me
and r samine this UNKIVAI.LKH V At HINE.
t ne h.'ill' boo r' iuti url ion is tutiii j.-nt to enable
any person to work this machine, to their entire tat
i?nciion. Agents wanted for all towns i i the United f tates,
h'-re agencies are ir"t already e-t.ildn-ii -d Also,
for Cuba. Mexico. Central and South America, to
wbuuia liberal discount will h.- given.
L MHRE ShWltU MAt.'HlSE MF'iJ CO..
5.lo Lri.ailway, N. Y.
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT,
Announces to his niany friends an I nurnenus r tn
teiiiers that he continues the above I ti-mi s nt hi
old place of busineas 0:1 M.M .N i:F.l;, Ci.OOy,5-
Ill custemi rs and olliors can be accommod iled
FANCY STOVES M
of all kinds, tovepi pes.Tin are, and every E' .--.--.I
artiete I'irin l in all well regulated STO V F ' f J-i"-J
AD TIMVAKF. I TA Bl.f. M L.NTS in theeities.
and on the 1110-t reasonable terms.
ZJ !PoUTING, f-ir houses and b rn, will be put
op on short notice. Also, all kinds of repairing done
proutp'ly and upon liberal terms.
Hi: also keeps on hand a l.irc supply of Milk
Pans, of ditl'er-iit izes and prices ; b:ijes a trie as
sortment ol Fis ner's Patent r-elf-Se ulin " Fruit Pre
serving Can (Jive him a call
July I l-;,:i.-lf.
QlO flllO AVEAR ""' by any one with
J mJ el J i; -. ncil Tool No experiem
nT J wws-ary. Th " t re,.-iits. 'a-ti
lers, and Treasurers of 3 Hanks indorse the circular.
S. nt free ilh sauiples. Addre-s th: Aim ricau ttu
cil Tool Works. Spriugfie'l.l, Vermont
AugJt 1, Iruti. Hiii.
I 00,000 SHINGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FEcNING BOARDS FOR
sal". The undersigned off. rs ft:r sale upon the
most r ascn.ii.l terms, at hi place of biiiness, in
Bl'.TOV. COI. U M 1 I A COUNTY, o.e liun.lreil thou
sand shingles and a large lot ot f iiring boards, of
the very best luallty, both pine and ln-mloi k
J. J. .Mchenry.
Denton, May 0,
W1. C. lltSsiET,
oto. w. cicrcMit,
G. Y. CRPETi;n, IIKXSZE V & CO.
WHO LES ALU DRUGGISTS.
737 Market St. one door below eth. Philadelphia.
DRUGi. MEDICINES. CIIKVICAI
PAINT.- OILS. GI.A-S, VAKNISIII.S, DYE3
And every other article appertaining to the'
business, of the beFt q Mliiy, and at the
lowest Market Rates.
March 2. 1?r,r,.
I in ! inn i nni!
VH EATON'S O I N T M f 4 T
Will (ure I he urh in Is IJours.
-Also cures S A I.T IMIi M. I'M'EHS t H I L
BLA INS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE fKIN' "rice
ri'"',J.'r','r bv " '"egists. Itv sending ..ft
rents to W ElKS & PO ITER ..e A.ent's. I7 Wash
ington street. Host. in. it w ,11 bo tor warded bv luuil
Iree po-lage. to any part of the United States.
June o. l-ot ly.
CEO. U mirGE'?, ProprfeJor.
The shove well known hotel has recently under
gone raitnal changes in it internal arrangement,
and its proprietor announces n his ormer custom
and the travelling public that his accommodation
for the comfort of his guests are second to none in
the country. His table will always be found sup
plied, not on 1 5 with substantial f-od. but with all
the d-lic-icie of the se u. Id wine aad liquors
(except that popular beverage known as 'Mc Henry )
purchased direct from t'ie importing bouses, are en
tirely pur, and free fr m all poit-onous drugs. He
is thankful for a liberal patronage in tho past, and
will continue to deserve it in the future.
GEORGtS W. JUITGEB
r .- v - ?"--;s-trioI I
JVCW Stock of Clothin
Sirin? and nmiiier fsrooris.
INVITPS attention to his stock of cheap and fash
ionable CI- thing at his ftore, on
.l.y.V STREET. III.OttMSBUIlG.
two ttoors above Vie . f marietta House,
where lie has jut received from
New York and
Phi ludelphia, a lull assortment of
173 en ami SJoyS 4'loth.ia
including the most feshiouahli;. durable aud hand
some, DdLSS GOuUS, cousititiug of
liox Suck, Frock 9 Gum and Oil Clot!.
Coa!s. und I'attl.i,
of nil sorts, sue, and colors. He also ha rrlcn-
ished his alieady large stock of Fall and Winter
Shawls; striped, figured and plain Vests, shirts.
cravats, stock, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, stts-
penti-r a no lan-y urticie.
N B. - lie ha rnn statu ly on hand a large and well
selected nss.irtin Mit of Cloths an I Vjstiags. which
he t pri-pan d to make up to or. I. r, into any kind of
ei unuig on vrf sti.irl notice an. I in iRj beet of iii.n
AH his clothing is made to wear and mott of it is
ot home iiiiiiiuiaelure.
A S I)
f every Description. Fin and Cheap. HisCaseof
j weirv is not surpassed in this place. all and ex.
limine his general utsortmem of Clothing, VVatches.
leWelry, Axe. &.C.
doom-burg, April 20 IrCj.
J ENRV GIGER,
Has opened a frst class BOOT, SHOE,
HAT AND -CAP ST0HE,
At bis old stand on Main Street Rloomsbiiip. His
slock i composed of Hie very latent anil bet styles
ever offered to the ritizens of Columbia iVuniy. He
can accommodate trie public wit's the fallow ing kinds
and pi ices ;
Vleti's calf boots, fine, $.- t (i to 0 0d
" hip. double sole, a 75 to .1 ;5
Roys child's boot. .75 to A.;:,
.Men's glove ki l. Congress, &.c, 2 .'.ilto 5. 7.1
Ca I. Sh.ies. 1 liii to 3 0
" woinen's boys ami mis es glove
kid I i-ling nit. rs, 1.75 to 5.7.1
Won.i.n's L'b'Ve kid very fine, 3.Jj to -" 75
fine got morocco balinornls, 2 . VI to 4 till
'' mi n s uioriN'co und call shoes, 1.75 to 2 511
common hoes, 1 5h to 5 I
Misses' and Child's shoes. O.io to I CI)
iens. w omen's, misses', boys and cbilds
slippers. 0,25 to 1.00
He also keep a great variety of HATS, CAPS and
of ev ry kind, nt the luwett prices, both Tr Cash an
Keiiiemhi i the attraction is in our goo lr. Don'l
be alarmed at the cry of high prices, but call aud see
for yourselves. Rer pectl'ully,
HEXRY G KiLR.
Uloomsburg. July II, lfifl.
LacKawacua tliooiasburg Uailioad.
s m m m m
C-ZT TWO DAILY TRAINS. -tDa
ON AND AFTr R NOVEMBER 27. HC5, PAS
SENCER TRAINS WII.Lkl N AS FOLLOWS:
LEAVE SOUTH W A K D
P M I'M
Leave Scr.mfui, A 4
" r.loomsl urg.
Arrive at Northumberland 9.5(1
Leave Northumberland. 7.im
" lil.vniisburg, 8.25
Arrive at Scr iMon. 1-2 40
Trains b avin; Kingston at H 30 A: M for Srranton
connect with Train .iirivin.' at New VorK nt 5 i
1 eaving Nuttnuinlie lind at f.DO A M.aud Kingston
2 Tin P M , connect with Train arriving at New Vork
at ID 55 P. M.
Passengers taking Train Sonlh from Scrarton nt 5 51
A M via No ihuinlc rl.in-l.rem h Harrisburg 12 JO P M.
lUltimore 5 :.U p .. a-hing..n IU till P M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia ut 7 UUPM.
IL A. FONDA, Supt.
Kinrston, Nov ,25. ITS.
Mrii: & iiiEiinicr lediciiic-
t ts u r n n a e z
IODIDE OF LIME,
Pllt P.IHTA) FOR
C. V. PLTTES, LOsTO.V,
JAJIKS Ii. NICHOLS CO,
Mint' fact n riiiff C h cm
ELIXIR PEllUYIAX BARK
Frofoside oi" Brn,
Which bas become so favorably known as a
Tv.XiC s.Y iw.yion.mrf:.
Ry Thysicians and Invalids in ail parts cf the coun
The nw preparation. '. irs.ipan'.la In combina
tion i" Ii l.eii.le of Lime." pr. .seiits one of the most
prompt alterative hgiis. in .1 'urm r.ijiahle of exert
ing full iietion upon the f)li m, and this in minute
and pleasant iIum s II is conceded ti,ai the altera
tive resolvent, or tonic elo-cls of loifine are exert
ed mot-t oi rinediy ,.en associited with other alter
atives, iu combination ; and the Sarsapariila seeuis
to fulfill perl, rtty all the favorable re'iuisitions.
'i'lie liisleir it usually observed when
"SRSAPAiilLLA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
is tken. is an increase of appi-tue stio-.vmg that it
has tonic properties of a in uked character. Us al
leratrve eiieels are loamtest in Us reaoy combiiia
ti oi with tier blood an t tis-ues Pale, scrofulous
" ";"''" and children improve rapidly iin.leritsu.se,
and tne v n.il liirn Huns u-sume a uealthv con In ion.
It is a ln.irnS y a .'.iite l to a large number ol ( hren
ic .t a. ot-.- e:i..;i pecnli ir t i chile ren It is suit
ed !- t hem i,i. tti by tile mildness a lid i Ifu i-ticy of
uie.;i, in ,! , ;;:.rt ..n,l the pleasant, uttrarllve form of
Hie rem--.:. It in iy be given for a l.inj period where
constitutional iiill ieii.es are desired, an I no repug
ii. line, or iisiiieini.-it on to take t:i r svrnp. c-nc,.j,.
in Whu,. .-we lm-s II, p. Joint' Disease, and
I'islorli ins l the (iiue. it sh i il l o given p--rsi,l-ei.tly,
in nmoe-ralc uum.-s. until relief is obtainej
Iu t.'ic Sjtiiityta the i't ti: and dan'nj the
Warm )ta titer,
the accumulation of morbid matters in the system
seems t- In come manifest and very Irunhlesnme Las
situde, l!ea.iclie. Boils, Costiveuess, Loss of Appe
tite, Pain in the Joints. Indigestion, etc, nre very
common. .Nothing ever iteise-lis better a.!a;itu.l t-
exteriiiin.ite or drive o Iflhese atf clions g ; a tn this new
co-iibnaiioii of S A ltd. -it' Alt 1 L, I. A WII'l luDlDC
OK 1.1 VI H.
A V preparation like it, or vl.it A apprei i nates :o it as an
Af lenitive, or B'ond Burt tb r,
ia ever b'fvre been placed wtthinthe reach of invalids.
Indeed, it is an entirely tiv and M-i.T.Fir combina
tion, in no re-.siet rest-uiutiu;; nii)t:nng hitae-ito e-iu-poed.
The ( pinion of medical men concerning it t'ie de
scription of it ch -imcal ch--ir.iet.-r. th. r.ip-utic al
ne. maimer of use. He., are- given i i a circul ir.
which c.m be bud at the store of any and all tirt
C" oid iii Hic.onifhurg. w licit sale auj retail, by
Ey. r St Mover, an. I all Druggists
June ii, If-if. t in.
now lost, now restored.
jT'y Jt!-! published, m a seiled enve-
. lone. Priro K . .ni . A 1.... .. .
. . " w ' ...p. irieirr fin me
nature, treatment tnd radical cure ,,f
' " Sprinatorhoea. or Seminal Weaknn.
Invo'untary Emissions sexual D bility and lmped-tm-iitsto
Marriage generally. Nervousness Con
mi uiOi--n. Epilepsy, and Flt ; vientul and Physical
Inrapsi ity. resulting from Self Abuse. Jke. py Kob
ert J. Culverwell, M. D., author of th j 'Green Hook,'
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, rl-arly proves from his own experience, that
the aw fill concquences of Sell-Abuse maybe ttT.et
u.illy removed without Medicine, and without dn
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, by v. Inch tvery sufferer,
no matter v- bat his condition may be, may cure
himself rhea ply. privately and radically. This Lec
ture will prove a boon to thoui-ancs. Sent under
sea to any address in a plain envelope, on receipt
ol six cents ortwo postage stamps. Also Dr. Cul
verwell's Marrige Guide, price 5 cent-.. Address,
CHAM. e C KLINE V CO..
1-J7 Bowery. New York. P. O. box 45id
August 15, lrbti. ly Peas & Co.
Estate of Mary P. Miller, late of Madison
Toicnfliip, Columbia County, dee'd.
rJ"HE Legatees and all other parties interested in
I the estate of Mary P. Miller, deceased, will take
notice thai the under-igned appointed by the Or
phan's ourt of said county, auditor, to audit aud
make distribution of the- balance in the hands of Dan
iel Emmet, surviving executor of the said Mary P
Miller, d. ceased, w ill no-et the parlies interested in
thessid I estate, at tha office of the Keti.terof Wills
i.VnJor,!l'! e"UBlfr,''nibia. at Kloomsburg on
1 hursday the Mh day of November next, when and
where all parties interested ran attend If the see
proper and present their claims or be debarred from
coming in far a share of tb, fnd
r,. E. H. BALDY, Auditor.
F O U TsZ'S
Horse aiu Catiiu Biite
long and favorably
known, will thor
and cleansing; tha
stomaoh and intes
tines. It Is a sura pre
jrentite of all dis
eases incident ta
this animal, such aa LUNU U LADDERS,
Y KLL O W WA
TER, HEAV ES,
LOS3 OF APPK
TITK AND VITAL
ENERGY, ic. IU
use improves the
.n n n , k n,t ,
transforms t h e 2?M6tSsJr
miserable skeleton Into a fine-looking and rpirited
Ta treerw.r of f?nora til - r.Tso- : , . .
. , I... pa...uuu u lnvaiuaoieA
It lucreaies the quantity and improves the quality
oi we muic. Jt bas
been proven by ao
toal experiment to
increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent and make the
batter firm and
sweet. In fattening;
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosens
iineir nine, and
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, fleers ia
tli Lunirs. I.iver. 7 "
A.C., this article
nets as a specific.
By putting from i
one-hair 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.
Pries 25 Cent3 per Paper, or 5 Papers for SL
PREFACED BY .
WHOLES IE DIU'U AD MCDICIVE DETOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers through
out the United States. .
For bale at the Drug ?tere of
EYBR 4 MOYER,
Tiloonisbtirg. Jan fi, IHOO. I2mo.
DR. N- WIHTM0R,
HAS been In surcessfel practice for a number ot
years, w ith the experience of the different hospital-in
F.urope. also a member of the Analytical
Vrdic.il Institute of New Y rk. conti lues to attend
tt all profvxsioual caci at his office So. b3d Filbert
2. No patent Meuieines arc used or recommended ;
the remedies admiiiir-tered are thoe which will not
break rowu the cnrtituiion. but renovate the sys
tem from a; injuries it has sustained from mineral
meiii. ines, and leave the system in a healthy and
perfectly curd condition,
3. DVI'i:!'! . that distressing disease and fell
destroyer of health and happiness, undermining the
eon tiiutitnt.nl yeaily carrying thousands to tin
timely grave, ran most empha.ically be cured,
4, Sl lanrholv, Abberration. that state ot Allna
tion and weakness of the mind which render per
soiii. incnpabli; ol eLjoyiiig the pleasures or perform
ing the duties of life,
j. RHKL'vl A I'liM.ln any f irm cr conuition.chron
ia or iicut... w irranled curable.
i'. tl'l Ll.psv . or f.iltiug siekneis, all chronic or
stibbern cases of
radica'lv removed ; a t Rheum and every descrip
tion of ulcerations - piles and scrofulous diseases
bii h have battled ail previous medical skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all disease-,
(ye- Consumption) can be cured by wearing my Medi
cated J.icket. which ism protection to the lungs
agHinst all changes of weather iu all climates bay.
ii:g Investigated for yenr- Uie cause and character ot
inte rmttreuts (fever and ague) in all parts of the
Cnited States w ill cure perms. m ml y all chronic or
acute cases of ague anJ nervous piseacs ia a few
laiictr Cured v.itliout the knife or Drawing
Tape Worm, that r!redtothe Human Family fog
years, cm be removed with two or Ihjje doses of
ii-y new ly discovered re tuetiy. warranted in all cases.
oiisull ation in tin- bu-linh and German Language
free of charge. Will make visits any distance, if
desired M iy bi: ajdress-! by letter (confijenliallv.)
on I x.euicliic scut ila proper direcliuus to any
part ol tli- eoiiiitr v.
OFFICE J o. C2i Filbert St. Phila-
April 4. l$ZC ly.
DIN J. Rs EVANS
riiictan and Sarjpon,
?rA"l.N(i lni-a eil friTidiifiidy tin Main
' Mre-et. HLODMSBI'KH. Ph., uoul-l in-
(.rm the public ge.-ieraily. that he is preprared to
at i. ml to all Imi-iio--. faithtuliy and punctually that
in i y he int rusted t i bis care, on tcru.i coinuieusu-rat-'
u it u ii. times.
lT7 lie j ays .tri-jt att.-ntioa t ir;ery a well
as :ue 'i ine,
.Nov.Cj. 1 p. .1.- ly.
ATTCJ E:. Ll-AT-L l XV,
) L 0 OMSB UR G, Fa.
Will pra ctiro in thi several Courts of Columbia
and a.'j.'i'iing counties.
XT All 'oilections promptly attended to.
J -ine -JO, I fi'.ij.
CHAS. G. BARKLEY,
Al.r:iev nt L:nv,
DL003isaill(., 10L13UJ1A CO., PA.
UJMLL practice in the several Conrtsof Columbia
Co'inty. All legal bnsiness intrusted to his
caie shall receive prompt attention.
t Kile -i in la;n . street. Exchange Buildings, ever
.Villi r's Store.
liloou.i-burg. April 13. Ff4
JuJkc oi" ISjc tfacci
Licensed Loitrfin.ccr, Scrivener, and
ilicc Sicavcr Valley, ln.
Will attend totiking Acknowledgements, Write
De-os. 'Jortig.-s. Leies. Bonds. Notes, Agree
tuents, kc. Surveying attended to with de, patch,
Ch rges mode rr.lc .
EPH. ELtrpi.L. having bought L. Runyon' TRO
VISK.iV STORE in now prepared to rell Grocer
ies at Whole rale or Retail, aa Ccap as IheCeap-
e9,"Hr.s:sj you cai nxu
SUGARS, TKAS. ( OFFKRS.
svklts. sncEs, cracl;ei5
STAKCII. SODA. CORNSTARCH. "
DKIKD FUUir. CANNED FRUIT.
'.VOODKN.w.RK. FLOUR, FISH,
BKANS. ONIONS, kc, Le.
EFH. V. ELWELL.
Plonmshnrg E. b IL IPtjfi.
till 'nOO l'rn TKAR! U' W"t
a2ent evprywlicrp lo fll
our improved SJ0 Sewing Machines. Three new
kinds. I nder and upper feed. Warranted bve
year. Above salary or large commissions paid.
The ON'.. Y midline in the United Stites for b'ss
than $10. wbirir are f J Ily licensed by Howe. Wheel
er At W i son. (.'rover At iiaker. Si nger ic Co., anil
ItaehelJer-. All other rheap Machines are Infringe
iner t and the seller or uei are liable to arrest, firm
and imprisonment. Circular free. Address or rail
upon Shaw Ac t.'Iaik, Biddeford, Me., or Chicago III.
Deeember 211. ft-j I y.
OMNI BUS LINE.
n-HE und. rsigned would respectfully announce to
1 the citizens of Kloomsburg, and the Public reu.
erally. that he is running , ttu
au OMMBCS LINE, be- (
.reii mis i.-ice aiiu me an- stZi
fereni Kail Road Depot dai-H
IV. ISllll'lavs evee,iiM,n tn SK&agsafl
connect with the sev -ral Trains going South a We.l
on the Caiiiwi.ua unit W,lii.n,,7... t,rT.
With those nm. Knri l . - - j 7- : ! . , 1
. ' 9 f, aou OUUIU On the I .,b
IllS 0l N I Itl'sl-Va Bra I ,
, . " . " a.S 111 !UII (Mlln - ,
dious and rnmfr.rti.sl .i 1 . "' eoi
try !.. 1 ' " l"rf es reasonable.
LS l ersons wi-bisg to meet or see U-i friend,
depart, can he acconimo,a upoV .el.onVbll
charts, by leaving tiuiely .ot.tr, .tPa"y V ll uct
JACOB L. GIRTON,
BIoorasbnr. April 27. 1864. ''Prtelor.
BLANKS ! !