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PISESEIiY ATION OP VEGETABLES
-iXMXTER. ' -
The following timely articfo is a chapter
from -Mr. Henderson s forthcoming work on
Gardening. ' ..-,--., ;.; ;
.'rOiir manner of preserving vegetable
roots in winter is, 'I think, peculiar to this
district, and is very simple and safe. After
taking tip Euch crops as tee ta, carrots, horse
radish, parsnips, turnip?, potatoes, etc. ,n fall,
' they are put into temporary oblong heaps,
on the surface of the ground on which they
have leen growing, and covered up with 5.
or 6 inches of soil, which will keep off srih
Blight frosts as are likely to occur until time
can he spared to put them in permanent win
ter quarter this is done in this section usu
ally during the first part of December, in the
following manner: A piece of ground is
chosen as dry as possible ; if not naturally
dry, provision must bq made to carry oil the
water, lower than the bottom of the pit. The
pit is dugout from three to four feet deep,
about six feet wide, and of the length requir
ed ; the roots are then packed in sections of
about two feet wide across the pit, and only
to the height of the ground level. Between
the sections, a space of half a foot is left,
which is filled up with the soil level to the
top ; this leaves the pit filled up two feet
wide in roots, and half a foot of soil, and so
on until the whole is finished. The advan
tage of this plan is, thafit is merelya series
of small pits, holding from three to five bar
rels of root3, which can be broken out for
market without exposing the next section,
as it is closed off by the six inches of soil be
tween. Also that we find that roots of all
kinds keep safer when in small bulk, than
when large numbers are thrown into one i it
together. In covering, the top is rounded
so as to throw off the water, with a layer of
" from 18 inches to two feet of soiL This way
of preserving roots, with perhaps the excep
tion of potatoes, is much preferable to keep
ing them in a cellar or root house, as they
not only keep fresher, retaining more of their
natural flavor and color, but far fewer of thcn
are lost by decay than when exposed to the
air and varying temperature of a cellar. Unmatured-
heads of cauliflower or broccoli,
however, are best matured in a light cellar
or cold frame, by being planted close togeth
er ; in this way good heads may be had till
January. Cabbages are preserved very sim
ply ; they arc left but as late as they can tc
pulled up by the roots, in this section about
the end of November, they are then pulled
tip and turned up side down the roots up,
the heads packed close together, in beds tix
feet wide, with six feet alleys between, care
being "taken to ; have the ground levelled
where the cabbages are placed, so that they
.pack aicely. They are left in this 'way for
two or three weeks, or a3 long as the grou.nl
can be dug between the alleys, the soil from
which is thrown in on the beds of cabbage,
so that when finished they have a covering
of four or six inches of soil. -This is not
enough to cover the root however, which is
left partly exposed, but this is in no way in
jurious. Some prefer to cover them up at
once by plowing a furrow, shoveling it out
wide enough to rccieve the heads of the cab
bages, then turning the soil in on the heads,
and so, continuing until beds of six or eight
feet are thu3 formed. This plan h rather
more expeditious than the former, but it has
the disadvantage of compelling them to be
covered up at once by soil, while the other
plan delays it two or three weeks later, and
it is of the utmost importance irt preserving
vegetables that the operation (particularly
the final covering) be delayed as late in the
season as frost will permit. Generally more
is lost by beginning too soon than delaying
too late. Onions, we find are best preserv
ed in a barn or stable loft, in layers of from
8 to 10 inches deep, covered up with about
a foot of hay or straw on tho approach of
severe frosts. The great point to be attain
ed is a low temperature and a dry atmos
phere; they will bear L'O degreesof frot with
out injury, provided they are not moved
while frozon,'but they will not stand a reduc
tion of temperature much lower than tin
without injury. American AgrievlturalLst.
nUSK MATTRESSES CHEAP, COM
FORTABLE, ASD HEALTHFUL.
Oar rural friends are very hospitable, when
we visit them they treat us during the day
with the greatest kindness, but they are of
ten cruel to us at night, and mostalways con
sign us to a feather bed, in the smothering
depressions of which we pass a sleepless
night. That a feather bed is a fit thing to
sleep on, is an idea rapidly disappearing, we
are happy to fay ; yet in many communities
feathers still prevail, and they are looked
xipo as silk dresses are, in somemcasxire an
index of the wealth, or complctence cf the
owner. It is quite time that all . this was
changed, and comfort and health consulted,
rather than show. We tay comfort, for
no one after having slept for a few weeks on
a hard bed,.would willingly return to fcath-
' crs. Curled hair makes the very best mat
tresses, but is expensive, the next beat thing
is corn husks, a cheap material, and accessi
ble to alL The inner husks, or shuck, as
they ara called in Eome places, allowed to
curl up a little, are often used without any
preperation. A softer bed L made slitting
the husks in strips, half an inch or so in
width ; a fork maybe used to facilitate strip
ping. The1 lest husk, bed we ever saw was
made from the husks of grctn corn, shred
ded by drawing through a flax hatchol.
Husk-beds should be opened about once- in
six months the husks shaken, out from the
' fine particles and dust, be sprinkled, and al
lowed to lay in the sun for awhile. Treated
in this vay the husks will, bo almest a3 good
as new. We give this timely hint, in order
thai at husking time, those who would en
joy, the luxury p a husk bed may take, mea
sures to secure the neccessary material.
. , - . . ' '
Bearing stems of all raspberries except
the ever-bearing kinds, should bo at once
cut away a3 soon as they have done fruiting.
Blackberry plantations are also much easier
in lied by cutting the bearing canes away
ir.i i ;.y -,Ciy after they are done " fruiting.
arc rotting in
Ir'.S-af" - "sWi: i
PURE BONE DUST."
On a ran teed by printed Certificate to be entirely
free from adulteration.
tlConccntratnl Bone Eertfltzer,"
a reliable qaick yicl Jin? manure.
E7"- Farmer cau order direct or throujh any re
sponsible dealers. E7 A liberal discount allowed
Dealers A J. IIREIMG.
August 1.1SUG 2m. Allnntown, Pa.
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
Goods to compare with stringency of the Money
M artel, Look anil compare prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Just rail at the favorite business
stand of McNinch Sc. Sh umati, and you will be met
by the obliging Proprietors or their Clerk and gtiovvn
through tbeir great variety Store free of charge, of
course, they will give you a fair cbaur.e to pend ynur
loose change, they trust much moio profitably than
it can be spent elsewhere. Their -
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in all It varieties than
usual. Their Ladies Dress Goods arc of i lie nicest
styles in Market. They have a fine assortment of
Hals, Cap, 5j;oN a:id NIioo,
Summer Cloths, Casinets, Cassimers and Vesting.',
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, besides a general assortment if
Qtiecnswsre and Groceries, all at greatly reduce I
prices. They with to conduct their business on the
system, of '
"PAY AS YOU GO''
and they think they can afford to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for runny past favor, and
ask the future patronage, of their former customers
and the public nerally.
McNIXCU &. SUV MAS.
May IG.16U6. tf.
CREAT ATTRATION 7
Ce? T r n a ry
THE underpinned begs leave to announce to the
citizens f Blnomsburg and tli surrounding
country that he keeps constat! lly on hand at In 3 old
stand, on the south cast corner of Main nd Irou sts.,
a prime lot f
G KEEN A NO BLACK TEAS,
Coffee, Sittrar, Syrup. Tobacco, Cigars, Dried Fruit.
(.oal Oil, nntr, Spices, Flutter. Eirgs. l.arJ
mouse. Dried Beef, Crackers. Dings. Parlor
and Hand Lamps, Piiints of all Hindi,
aud paint brushes. Dye Stuff. Dry
Goods, Calicoes, Cloths for boy's
wear, Soaps, Flour, Chop,
Uueengware. G!as. Put- ,
ty, Sa't. Fish. Meat.
Hosiery. Hooks, VVritinir Paper, Ink, Hardware.
Pocket Knives. Cuiiibs, dec. &cc. tc.
He keeps in fact everything appertaining to a first
Wrocery and Variety Store.
He is i.'ej.'rmineil not to be undersold. All kinds of
produce t.lfcen at the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
Having jul received anew Hock, the people are
earnestly iuvilcd to call and satisfy themselves. By
striet attention to business, he hopes not only to re-
tain his pairnnase but to increase it. He feels thank
ful for past favors, and with many years experience
in the business, lie feels conQdent h; ran render sat
isfactiuu to ail who favor him with their p-ttrona;.
JUIJN K. UlttTUX,
Bliomsliurs;. June 23, IpuTi.
493 Broadway, Xtxv Yrk.
THE ATTENTION of the public and the trade is
invited to our GV fCt,r:, SRVEV OCTAVE,
ROSEWOOD PIANO FORTE3. which for volu.e
and purity of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto of
fored in this market. They contain all the modern
improvements, French grand artion, harp pedal. iron
frame, over-strung bass, etc., and each instrument
beinz made under the personal supervision of Mr.
J. H. Groves-teen, who has a pra'tical experience r f
over tnirty years in tneir iuuiiu tacture, is fully war
ranted in everv particular.
THE "UROyF.STKF-M' PMyn-FOBTFT
Received tub highest award or mkk.it at the cele
brated World's Fair
Where were exhibited instruments from the begt
makers "f I nmlon, Paris, Germany. I hiladelpliia,
Baltimore, Ronton and sew York ; aid also at the
American I iiiiiute for bve successive years, the
Gold and Silvfr Medals from bot!i of which can be
seen at our ware-rooms.
Kv the introduction of improvements we make a
Mill more perfect Piano forte, and by manufacturing
la'iely, with a stiictly ca'h .y-lem, are maided to
oiler tbc e instruments at a price which will preclude
all competition .
Our priees are from IU0 to $ 0U cheaper than any
first clas Piano-fort".
TIC'-'MS Net Cash in current funds.
Inscriptive cirrulnrs sent free! i
July 11, 1c 60. ly. II. it P.
Ey, Colis:!i.i Co. Pa.
'Phe undersijned havin? become sole proprietor ol
1 well known and conveniently located stand,
respectTuIly informs hi friend", and the public in
ireneral, that h ; has put his boiie in complete order
for the ncrcmiiioftrftimi of ho.-.rders, and for the reren-
tioti and entertainment of travellers who may feel
disposed to favor it with their custom. i expense
has been spared in preparing this Hotel f r th" enter
tain men I of guests, and nothing shall be wantin". on
his p irt. to Miinistur to their personal comfort. The
location, as well as the buildins, is a rood one. and
all togutbci is amply arranged to please Hie pnt.lic
Kspy. April II, I.-JC6. tf.
LOOMSBURG FA'CY TRIMMING
AT30 SOOK S70H,
Becond dcor below ll.irtrnan's Main Street.
Just received a new stock of
ZEPHSU3. WOOLEN AND rnT-
TO V YARNS, COBSETS,
and every variety of articles usually kept in a
AlsoSciiool Rmiks. Hymn Hooks, llibles. Sundav-
School Hooks, and a large lot of
MI WELL A NEO E.S B O OA'S,
Account and Memorandum Bonks, Llank Deeds.
Houds and Mortzu;es. and a ceueral and well-select.
ed assortment of Paper, Envelopes. Sce.
A. D. WEDB.
Btnombiirg, June 20, 130(5, -.f
THE undersijned respectfully nunonnce to the
l public that he keeps constantly on hand, at his
old Maud, one door below Lutz's Drug Store.
WALL PA FEU,
Oil Cloth, and Pfper Window Shades, Cords. Tas-
-.. iiciurps,, acc., oi me very
Eloom'burf , April 4 166C. If
ATTOISIY - AT - LAW,
Office opposite Post ojjice, over Harlmun's store.
Back Fay, Bounty, Pensions and Gov
ernment claims promptly collected.
Elooinsbnrg. Apr. 4. 'Pi.
WRAPPING AND MINING PA
PEK. Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
per Hills at Milt Grove, near Bloorosbur. Columbia
County, Pa.. I am now prepared to till all orders for
Wrapping, Dry Blasting aud Water ProofPaper, on
short notice and fair , rice. I have opened a ware
house in Wilkan-Rarre, end appointed Joseph Brown
ol the firm of Brown, Grayi Co., my agent to dispose
of my paper in Luzerne County.
, i THOMAS TEENCO,
Bloomsburjr. gept. 16,
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
-L 13 A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF THE
Protoxide of Iron,
a new discovery in medicine which
STRIKES AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE, IJY
supplying the Blood w ith its vital i-rihcipl. or
This is the secret of tho wonderful success of this
- . remedy in curing
Djspepdia, Liver Ooruplaint, Dropsy,
Cbronic Diarrhoei, IioiU, Nervous
. Affettions, Chilla and Fever,
Humors, Loss of Consti
tutional vigor, Diseafes
of ihe Kidneja &
nd 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. Irs enerviz.
ins eft", cts are not followed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infusing strength, vicor nnd
New Life inte all pnrtsof the system, and buiidim
up an IRON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon Si'OTT. I. D.
Dunham. Canada Ea-t, March H, 105.
am an inveterate Dvsnentie of
than 25 years' standing."
"I have so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks during which I have ued tho Pe
ruvian oirup.uiai i can scarcely persuade niysdlnf
Ihe reality. People who liav known me are aston
iurd at the change, tutu widely known an, I can
but recommend to others that which has done so
mucn lor mi: m-
A CASE OF 27 YEARS STANDING CURED.
From INSLEY JEWETP, Nn .i Avon Place. Boston
1 havl snflered. and so:iiet:ines veverely. for 'J
years, Imm dyspeptic, I coiniuenced taiu? the Pe
ruvian syrup, and found immediaie benefit from it.
In tle course ofthre. or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my sulieritigs, and have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since."
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON, PAYS:
I have been using the Peruvian Sj rup for some
time past; it gives me new Vigor.Buoyancy of spir
its. Elasticity of flu-cte."
Thousands have been, chavged by Ihe ve vfthia remedy
from weak, tir.klg, suffering creature, to strati-. hra!tlaj:
and kappm men and romen; mnd invalid cannot reasona
bly hesitate to gire It m trial,
A pamphlet of 'ii pajres containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of the most
eminent physicians', clergymen, and others, will be
sent prkk to any address.
(Tt'ee that each bottlehaa Plrovi Syrup blown
in the glass.
FOIl SALE BY
I. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor, 3d Oev Kt.N'en York
SOLD BY ALL DKUCULST-S.
"All Medical Men apree that IOpiNE is the BEdT
REMEDY for rrifula and all kindred diseases ever
discovered. The Uitficulty has been to obtain a Pure
Solbtiom of it.
15i, 5. A aiders' Icdine Water
fsa Pure Solution of Iodine, WITHOUT A SOL
VFXT 1 1 Containing a Full Gram to each ounce of
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and
iixseuredand will cure SCROFULA in all its mani
ULCERS, CANCF.Rd. SVPHILIS.SAt.T RHEUM ;
and it has been us .-d with astonisbin success in ca
ses of Rheumatism, lly epep-iaf ton sumption, Fein ale
Cn:np!aiiits, Heart, Liver and Kidney liae ist s..
Circulars will bu sent fkes to any one seuimg their
Price $1,(0 a lioUlc. or fi for $j.:m)
Prepared by Dr. II. ANDERS, Physician Sc. Chemist.?
For Sale by
J. P. DINSMORE, 3G Dey St. New Y
And by all Druggists.
yyiSTAR'S BALSAM OF
HAS BEEN USEI FOR NEARLY
HALF A CENTURY,
w ith the most asto!.ihing success in curing
Coughs, Col'J?,lIoarceness, Sore Ttiroat
Itflueczt, Whooping coagh, Croup,
Liver complaint, Bronchitis, biffi
cultj of Breathing, Asthma,
a 1 ever y affec
THE TMOATtLUXGS CUES7.
which carries ofT more victims than anv other dis
ease and which hatH 's the skill of the Physicians to
a greater extent than anv other malady, often
YIELDS TOTHI- REMEDY
when all others prove inelfjctual.
AS A .MEDICINE
Rapid in Relief, southing in Elfjct, safo in its Oper
ation. IT IS UNSURPASSED !
while as a preparation. free from noxious 'n?rerjnent
poisons, or minerals ;iniling skill, scirni e.ai:d medi
cal knowledge ; combining all that is valuable in the
vegetable kingdom for this class of disease, it is
and is entitled, merits, and receives the general con
fidence of the public,
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of Mermrn. N. Y.. rit--s a follows :
Wistar's Balsm or VVn.o Oaf rkt fives trniversal
t-altai tion. It seems to cur-: a ou'li by loose mug
anil cl aiiMii? the Iiiml's an.l ull.iyiH irril;Mioii thus
removiiis the cause, niirt' a.l of drying up the couuli
and leating the cause behind. 1 consider the liaSam
a go d as any, if not the best, Coun'h medicine wnh
which am acquainted."
Rev. Jacob Seculf.r, of Hanover, Pa.
Well known und mucli respected amon; the fiennin
pnpulal-oii in tins country. makes the following state
ment (or the benefit of Hie nlllicted.
Dear ibs Having realized in my family impor
tant benefits from the use of your valuable prepara
tion V.'i.taes IIalsam or Wild Ciikrry it atlorile me
pleasure to recommend it to the puLlic. rome eiht
yeurs ago one of my daughters seemed to be in a de
cline an-i little hpe of her recovery were entertain
ed 1 then procured a bottle of your excellenr ts.ilemn,
and before she had taku the "hole of the contents of
the bottle there was a great improvement in her
health. I Tive,in my individual case made frequent
use ot your valuable uicdicioe.aud have always been
benefitted by it.
. J AC03 SECIILER.
Trice One Dollar a Bollle.
FOR SALE BY
J. r. DIXSMORE.36 Dey Street. New York
tsETII -W FOWLE, U SON, Proprietors,, lloston.
AS J BT ALL SRUOQISTS.
CURES CUTS.BURNS, SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES WOUNDS.BRUISES. SPRAINS,
Grace's Celebrated iSalve
CURES EOILS. ULCERS, CANCERS.
Graces Celebrated J- alve
CURES SALT RHEUM, ERYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celebrated Salve
CURES CIIAPPtD HANDS. CHILBLAINS,
Grace's Celebrated Salve
HEALS OLD SORES, FRESH WOUNDS.tc
Itis prompt in action, removes jain at onec. and re
duces the most angry-looking swellines and imfla
mations. as if by magic tbua afiordinig relief aud a
complete cure. '
Only S3 eents a box I (Sent by mi ll for 13 cents,) .
For -Sale by
J. P. DIVSMORB 36 Oey Street, New York.
8. W. FOVVE tc SON, Proprietors, Boston, and by all
'1 r-. ...... M r- -. .-i,,,., ,
N. E Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Streets.
The most complete and thorousbly appointed Busi
ness or Commercial College in I be country. ..
The only one in the city possessing a Legislative
Charter, and the only one in the United States author
ized to confer Degrees of Merit. Diuplomas awarded
to graduates in the Commercial Course under its co r
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted by geutleiuen of liberal education and
extensive experience in business, nnd affording une
qualled advantages for llio thorongli theoretical and
piactical 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!
original and pre eminently practical, giving the stu
dent in the shortest time a romp lete iriclit into the
routine, dctnls, riiiitoin and forms of business in
ireneral. as conducted in the best regulated commer
cial and financial establishments.
THEORETICAL IIOOK KEF.PIVf
Upon a new plan, with an original exposition of the
science of accounts, arranged and published hv the
proprietor ofthis Institution exclusively for bis own
use. saving one-half the ordinary labor of the student
anil ci vi up him a complete knowledge of tin practice
of the best accountants.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
Uiansl.ip, Business CorrerpoDdence,
Commercial Law, Lectured on
Business Affairs, Commer
cial Customs, Forms,
and Actual Busi
Hgebra and the Higher Mathematics, Phonoirrnphif, Or
namentat Penmanship, the .1rt o, lrtec'ig
CoHHtmfeit ,1jnry, F.ngine.etng Sur
veying, A'ariga'.ijn, and
TEI.EtiH . I'll I VfJ.
The arrangements lor I eirgrapuing are far more ad
vance of anything of the kind ever oflered to the pub
lic. A regular Tele raph Line is connected with the
Institution wi'h twenty branch offices in various
parts of the ciy, where public business is transacted,
and in which Ihe studcHts of this Institution are per
muted to practice. No regular ntfiee practice can be
bad in anv otter school of instruction in t'te country,
without which no one can obtain a position as a prac
tical operator. Youue men are cautioned against the
deceptive representations of those who, without any
such facilities, pretend in t neh Telegraphing
This Institution is now enjoying the largest patron
tronng ever betowed upon ilny Commercial school in
tne Mate. Over five hundrec students were in atten
dance the first year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. The best class of students may inva
riably be found here, and all its associations aretfrst
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
This Institution is located in the most central part
of the city, and its aceommoilations. for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unsurpassed. All the
rooms have ieen fitted up in the very best style with
I'USIXESS OFFICES OR COUNTING HOUSES.
TELEGRAPH OFFICE, STATIONARY STORE.
AND A RKOTLAR
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with finely encraved lithographic notes used
as a circulating medium in the Department of Actual
TO YOUWa .TSBJ
who desire the very b-st facilities for a
rraclical hducatio:. lor tasinrss,
we gitaran tee a course of instruction no where elst
equalled, while the reputation and standing of the
Institution among business men make its endorse
inent the best passport to success and advancement.
Ail contemplating entering any Commercial College,
are invited to send for an I LLl'STK ATED
CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the Colleee,
and full particulars of the course of instruction,
L. FAIS3.L!$, 1. M ,
T. E. MERCHANT, Supt. of Office Business,
Nov. 4. lci,5 l-Jin.
RUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Medirines, at John R, Mover's Prui Store.
corner o Main and Market Streets. A good assort
PVR 13 ES!irS,
Medicines. Taints. Oils and Varnishos, alwavs on
hard, and will be cold cheaper than at any other
Dri g Store in lown.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at Moyer's
Ayers and Jaynes Medicines sold at Moyer's Drug
Wi-hirt s Tar Cordial. Baker's Cod Liver Oil,
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, sold at foyer's Drug
For any reliable patent medicines, call at Moyer's
Leather of all kinds, wholesale and retail, at J. R.
Moyer's I'rug Store, Blooiusburg, Pa.
May a, l.-iio. tf.
JEW QOAL YAllD-
The underigned respectfully informs the citizens
of l.loom-b'irz and Columbia county , that they keep
II Hie different numbers of stove coal an J selected
lump coal for sanjliins purpose, on their wharf, ad
joining VcKelvv, Neal itCo's Furnaee ; with a good
pair Buffalo scales on the w harf.to weigh coal, hay and
straw Taken ne a horse and wagon, to deliver coal
to thoe who desire it. As we purchase a larce
amount of coal, w e Intend to keep a superior article,
and sell at Hie very lowest priees. Please call and
examine for yourselves before purchaingelscu here.
J. W. IIKNDEt.S'iOT.
THE undersisned will tnke, in exchange for Coal
and Groceries, the following named articles :
Wheat. Rye, Corn, tints. Potatoes, Lard, I'aiu. Slioul
der, and side meat. Butter, Ktrg. Hay, 4.C , at the
highest cash prices, at his Grocery Store, adjoining
their cnaH yard. J. W. II E N DEttSIIOT.
l;iooiu-burg, April 2., liiti, ly.
y tt r 1 .0 0 M S V, U KG , C 0
OSILUMIJIA CO., PA.
U 3 1 ,v" THE siiborrihe
pi Si I -l.Ti tensive establish
v--i- f1" pared to rc
ME subscriber, proprietor
ment, is now
Ail Ki:ids of Machinery,
for Co'leries, Pdast Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILLS, THRESHING M ACHI N ES. &C-. 4.C.
He is also prepared to make Stoves, nil sizes and
pHttcrns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
fu st -class Foundries.
His exu-nsive facilities nnd practical workmen, war
laut linn in rec.iving the largest contracts on the
in -t rejgonable terms.
LLT Grain of all kinds w III be taken in exchange foi
HJ This estallihment is located near the t. ark a na
na & r.Ioom.-burg Railroad Depot.
blaoinsburg, Sept. 12. IiC3.
XT C. II O W E R,
JL SaRGION DBKTIST.
RFSPECTr ULLY ortershis profej,,.
ional services to the ladies and eentle
men of PI omsburgand vicinity, lie is
npfttnreft in ulTpiirf li all t h .. .
. i i i ar iqii
operations in the line of liis profession nnd is provided
withtlie latest improved P')HCF.l1 JV TF.KTlf; whirl
w-II lu inserted on gold platina silver and rubber br e
tolo(wll as the natiit.il teeth
Mi'tpnl plate and block teeth manufaettired nn all
0 eriilions ou teeth .rarefy !ly and properly attended to.
Itewitence and otrire a few doors above the Court
II u-ie. same side.
lJIxi.iisburg, June 6 1G3
A. J. EVAiVS'
JSearly opposite the Epicojml Church.
LOTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
T Y stock is composed of fine clothiny, medium
ill and low priced adapted to all conditions,
tastes and wants. He has the latest styles tor the
season a fine assortment of
Overcoats and Gfiillenien's ShawJs,
from low to the very best
His Goods ate Faifiionnble anil well Mailt.
In addition to my stock of ready-made clothing I
have piece goods for custom orders,
Cloths, Casiisierey, &c, &c.
And having one of the first class cutters, I guaran
var ?' " eage anJ Klre at'5faction. Also a
V" "U'COLEX AXD LIXEX ShIIlTS,
Stockines, Neckties. Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's line of clothing..
Also, liats, lioots jud thoes. Trunks aud carpet
1 will sell at the lowest Market prices. Please give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
ANDK.EW J. EVANS,
Bloomsburg, Nor. 15, I8A5.
g90 A MOXTUU Agents wanted
rT for fr' tntirelu m In.i A a.
out. . Ad-
Spring niirt .Susciisipr Good..
rpllE subscriber has just returned from the cities
JL with another large and select assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
purchased at Philadelphia and (Vew York, at the
lowest figure, and which be is determined to sell
on as moderate terms as can be procured elsewhere
iu Blotimshurg. m
His rtock comprises
LADIES BBESS GOODS
nf the choicest styles and latest fasuions together
wuli a large assortment of
DRY-GOODS, MUSLINS, CLOTHS,
and Vtstings. Also. Groceries, Hardware, Cedar
Ware, Hollow-ware, Nails, Iron,
& O. O X & A tt U JS It O E ,
lints and Caps, tc. In short, everything usually
kepi in a country -tores, to w hich lie invites the at
tention of the public generally.
The highest price will bo paid for country produce
in exchange lor goods.
S. II, MILLER.
Illoomshurg. Nov. ?i. Hfia.
I i U It A i C Hi CO. 12 5A A Y,
CAPITAL AXD Sli7fuTs, - - $150,
Stork not called in, -Hills
S. 0 -JO lion-Is,
Teniporarv and call loans.
I It:) shares Vt joining llir.k Stoefc,
5ti hares rirst National I'.anK ;.t Wi Ik -I! tr re, 0 tiltO
T'l shares Second National l:ank at ilkes-llarre ?.' i
4i cliiires Ilkes-ISarre bridge Mock, - - -J .V-0
Real Estate, I.jl-.l
Due from Agents and outers, ... 7,414
Cash in hand and in Hank, .... 1,1-4.2
G. M. HOLt.EN HACK, L. D. SHOEMAKER.
JOHN It E I C 1 1 A K D. II. M. lloYT,
S X.MI'EL U'ADIIAVIS, O. OLI.V5.
CHARLFS DOURANCE, Wm. S. ROSS,
R D. l,Milli. CHAlil-E-A MINER,
SiEWART PIERCR, ( M HARDING.
CM HOLI EN'tAl K. President.
L. D. SHOEMAKER. Vice Vret't.
II. C. S.IITI1. SecraTarT.
F. BROWN. Agent,
March 3. lCj . i msbiirg. Pa,
REAT IMPROVEMENT IN
SE If JNG MA Cll W: S
Empire ShJitlJr .12:n'.isic !
SALESROOMS. 53f Hroadway. N. Y.,
2.".0 Uashinton ft eet. Ilo-toii.
i'-I Che. nut Street. Philadi Iphia,
PATENTED FEB. 14. Io0.
THIS MACHINE is constructed on entirely new
prm.-iplcs of mechanism, pnsesing many rare
and valuable iuipri vemenls. i:avin2 been examined
by the most profound exports and pronounced i o
St'nij Ji'cif! nnd Prrfcction Combined.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular nrtinn.
makes the LOI K or SHI TPLE f l'lTCII, which will
neither RIP nor RAVEL, and is a ike on both sides ;
performs perfect lewing on every description of
material, from leather to the finest Nansook muslin,
with cotton, l:nen, or silk thread, from the coarsest
to the finest number. Having neither CA V? or COG
VUEr;i-and thel.'ast possible friction, it runs as
smooth as glass, and is
Emphatically a A'aiWIcss Jfitchittc.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power o drive
itlbanany other machine in the market.' A girl
twelve years of age can work it sleaili y. witnout
fatiiriie or Injury to health
Its Strength an J womlerful Simplicity ofConstruc
tion renflers i. Hlnmf t impossible to get out of order,
and is G 1' A R -VNTEED by the company to give en
We respectfully invite all those who may desire to
supply lliemst Ives wittf a siiperi r article, to come
and examine this UM(IYALLKI) MACHINE.
One half hour's instruction is eutiu i. nl to enable
any person to work this machine to their cul-.re tal-i-l.iclion.
Agents wanted for all towns i i the United States,
here ng-ncies are not already established Also,
for Cuba. Mexico. Central and South America, to
uLiUiii a lilieral discount will h civen.
tMPlRESEWlG MACHINK MF'fi CO..
53' Krnudway, N. Y,
TO YES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT.
Announces to his many friends and numerous ru
tomers that he continues the above business at his
old place of business on MAIN fcl'KEET, llLOO.MS
11 L KG.
His customers and others can be accnmmodited
nr.1l L ii .4 .. Ct..An:n.. 'T' : .. .. 1
article found in all well reculnted STOVE
AD TINWARE LSTA IlLlSli M ENTS in the cities.
and on the most reasonable terms.
Zy SPOUTING, for houses and h'rni, will be put
up on short notice. Also, all kinds of repuriur dona
promptly and unon liberal terms.
He also keeps on hand a larie supply of Milk
Pans, of dirter-nt si.es and prices ; b.-sides a tine as
sortment of Fisher's Paten. .-elf-Scaling Fruit Pre
serving Cans. Give In in a call
July H. IrV.ti.-lf.
AYKAR ina.'e by any one with
leurii l oo is ,o experience
:."lrV ll,.. ... .. : J .... a ....
'T ' nenes-
iers, and Treasurers ol J Hanks indorse the rirrular.
Sent free with samP'es. Aildre-s III'! American Sten
cil Tool Works. Springfield, Vermont
August I, I .-!')(. Hill.
J 00,000 SHINGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FECNING BOARDS I OR
sain. The undersigned offers for sale upon the
most reasonable terms, nt liis place of business, in
KENTON. COLUMI IA COUNTY, o.ie hundred thou
sand shingles and a larce lot of fencinir boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlock.
J. J. McilEXRY.
Rtnton, May 9, lt-Cfi.
' . in. i iviinL'ii., .au-
Wit. C. llt.NS7.EY,
Oro. W. CARFC.HTKR.
G. IF. CARrENTEII, IIEXSZE V & CO.
737 Markkt St. one door below th. Pi-iladelpitia.
1 DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS.
PAINTS OILS. GLASS. VARNISHES, DYES,
Aud every other article appertaining to the'
business, of tlntiest quality, and at the
lowest Market Rates.
March 2. 1?r.r..
T I til ! Mill ! lTf!l!
JL SrRATCH! SCRATCH! SCRATCH !
Will l ure The llcli in 4S Hours.
Also cures SALT RHEUM. CM'ERS. CHIL
RLA1NS, and all ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, "rice
id cents. For sale bv all Druggists. By sending r0
cents to WEhKS &. POTTER.Sole Acents, t7u Wash
incton street, Boston, it Will bo forwarded bv mail,
free of postage, Jo any part of the L'uited States.
June 0, l?o0. ly.
r x - - - j; - ir.s -. . v v.-. l
GEO. IF. MATGER, Proprietor.
The above well known hotel has recently under
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 liis guet-ts are second to none in
the country. His table will always be found sup
plied, not ouly with iubstantial food, but with all
the delicacies of the sea-on. Hi wine and liquors
(except that popular beverage known as 'Melhnry;)
purchased direct from tie importing houses, are en
tirely pure, and free fr( m all poisonous drugs. He
is thankful for a liberal patronage in'Uio past, and
will continue to deserve it in the future.
JYcw Slock of Clothing.
Spring a ii (I StiBGistser opSs.
1NVITFS attention to liis stock of cheap and fash
ionable Clothing at his Store, on
MjJIS STREET, BLOOMSBUBG,
two doors above the Ji mi ricau Iuuse,
where he has jut received from New York and
Phi ladelpbia, a lull assortment of
Ulcfli and ISuy'sClothiiig,
including tho most fesbionahlo, durable aud hand
some, DlibSS GOODS, consisting of
hx, Hack, Fiofkt Cum and Oil Clot!.
Coals, and Pants,
of all sorts. ize, and colors. He also has replen
ished his alieady largo stock of Kull irtid Winter
Shawls; striped. Mgured and plain Vests, shirts,
cravats, stiM-k. collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and faiify articles.
N H. lie bus constantly on hand a large and well
selected assortment of Cloths mi l Vesting, w hich
he is prepared to make up to or! r, into any kind of
clothing on very short notice-and in tun best of in. li
ner. All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
of home in n nil lac tu re.
Of every Description, Fine and Cheap. His Case of
Jewelry is not surpassed in this placf. ("all and ex
amine his geueral afsortiuent of Clothing, Watches,
Jewelry, Sic. ice
Hlonuisburg, April 20, IcUJ.
J JENRY G1GER,
Hast oprurda first diss BOOT, SHOE,
HAT AND CA? ST0HH,
At bis old stand r,n Main Street Rloomshuii;. His
stock is composed of tlm very latest and bet styles
ever oirnred tu Ihe riti7.-ns of Columbia C uiny. He
ce u urcoMiiiioilnte tfie public with the follow ing kinds
nnd price -:
Men's calf boots, fine, gl.l 0 to 9.01
kip. double sole, 3 75 to ." 7.
Hoys child's bouts. I.T5lo4..
Men's glove kid. Congress, &.C., S all to 5,70
" " Hal. Shoes, 1 tin to 3.0 I
women's boys and mis-cs glove
kid listing (tniti rs, 1.75 10 5.7."
Women's Bl.ive kid, very fine, 3 J jto5 75
fine goat uioror.co bilmnrpls, 2 5n to 4 00
'' nn n's morocco and call shoes, !" to .Ml
cniiimoii shoes, 1 M to -i 5:1
Misses and Child's shoes, 0.-5 to 1 tiU
Men's, w omen's, misses', boys and childs
lipp.-rn. 0,25 to 1.00
He also keeps a trreat variity of HATS, CAPS and
a TEA II' GOODS
of every kind, at the lowett prices, both for Cash an
Remembei the attraction is in our good. Don't
be alarmed at tho cry of Inch priees, but call and see
for yourselves. Respectfully,
HENRY G IGER. -
Lloomsburg. July II, l.-'f.O.
Lackawanna & Clooiusburx Railroad.
C-3T TWO DAILY TRAINS.
ON AND AFTFR NOVKMRER 27, IS05, PAS
SENGER TRAINS WILLRLN AS FOLLOWS:
P M PM A M.
Leave Scrantnn, 4 40 65)
Kingston. b.OO (.55
" llloomsl urg. t) 20
Arrive at Northuuiberland i.5f) 10 y.i
A M PM
Leave Northumberland. 7.00 5 no
Danville. 740 .140
Illoomsburg, 6.25 i ii.l
Arrive at Serai. ton, 12 40 10 15
Trains leaving Kingston at A: M for Scrantnn
connect with Train arriving at NewYork nt 5.-'0
Lea vin2 Nurtliumlie' land at i'.IW A M.an'l Kingston
2 .10 p. M , connect with Traill arriving at New York
at 10 55 P. M.
P.isi;ner taking Train South from Scraiiton at 5 51
A M via .N o-tliumberland.reat h Harrishurs I -J ISO P M.
Baltimore 5 V.) P M.. W ashincton 10 OOP M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at 7 OOP M.
1L A. FONDA, Supt.
Kinifpton. Nov, 25. 18(35.
IODIDE OF LIME,
C. W. PETTES, EOSTON,
JA3IKS It. NICHOLS & CO.
J fa ufacturiitf CheiH'sfx,
ELIXIR PEUUYIAX BARK
FrotoxuJc of Era ii,
Which has beccnie so favorably known as a
7'O.VC J!.YO HF.aTOH.il IFF..
Ry Physicians and Invalids in all parts of the coun
The new preparation, '5.-1rsapan!la in combina
tion with l.nll.ie of Lime," presents one of the mol
prompt alterative Hen's, in a form capable of exert
Jcs lull action upon the system, and this in minute
and pleasant doses. It is conceded that tin-alterative
resi.lvent. or tonic effects of Iodine, are eiert
ed in oi-t decidedly wuen nssoci-ited with ether alt- r
nvives. in combination ; and the Sarsnp irilla seems
to fulfill perfectly all ihe favorable re-itiigii jons.
The first lie it usually observed when
"S RSAPAH ILLA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
is taken, is an Increase of appetite showing that it
has tonic propriti.is of a marked character. Its al
leratrve ert'.'cts are uiauitesl in its ready combina
tion with the blood and tissues Pale.' t croi'ulnus
women anil chil Ire n improve rapidly under its use,
and the vital fanelions assume a nealthv condition.
It is admirably adapted to a large fluitber of ihr n
ic or acute air. t tious peculiar to clnl.iren It is suit
ed to them both by the mildness a nd efficiency of
medieinal eirect and the pleasant, attractive form of
the remedy. It may be given for a lon period where
constitutional irfl.iences are dcired, an. I no repug
nance, or uisiucimal on to take the yrup, encoun
tered, lu White Swellings. llip-Joiut Disease, and
Distortions of the Spine, it should be given persist
ently, in moderate dotes, until relief is obtained
Iu the Sprint of (he Year, and during the
Warm Wait her,
the accumulation of morbid matters in the system
serins to beconte manifest and very troublesome Las
situ.le, Heartache. Uoils, Cosfi veness. Loss of Appe
tite, Pains in tlie Joints, Indigestion, etc , are. very
coi.iiiiou. Nothing ever devise. I i b.-tier adapted to
exterminate or d ive oirihes- air ction than Him new
coinbn aiion of SARSAl'ARH.l.A WM'!1 IODIDE
OF LI mi;.
A o preparation likr ii, or vliick approximates to ii as an
Altera tt'rrt nr Bl ,'td Pu) i'h"r,
has eeer brfvrc btfu plnr, d irilliinthc rtarh of inrahds.
Indeed, it is ail entirely ! an. I s. tv.N rint: combina
tion, in no rcsrect resemoliug anything Litlieito em
ploved. The opinion of medical men concerning it. the de
scription of its chemical i haraeter. therapeutic val
ue, manner of use, etc.. are given iu a circular,
which ran be had at the elwre of any and all first
Cr- Sold in P.loomshure. w holesale am retail by
Eyerie Mover, and all Druggists
June 0, 1 SiC. (".in.
now lost now restored.
JUST robHshed, in a seled enve
lope. Price C tents. A lecture on the
nature, treatment mid radical cure of
Spermatorhoea, or Seminal Weaknass
Invo'untary Emissions, sexual D-bility and Imped
iments to Marriage generally. Nervousness. Con
sumption, Epilepsy, and Fits ; Mental and Physical
Incapacity, resulting from Self Abuse, Ac. I!y Rob
ert J. Culverwell, M, IV. author of th i 'Green Book,'
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves from his own experience, that
the aw fill consequences of Self-Abuse maybe eff-ct-ually
removed without Medicine, and without dan
gerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure nt
once certain and effectual, by which tvery sullerj-r.
no matter what his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately and radically, This Lee
lure will prove a boon to thousands. Sent under
sea' to any address, in a plain envelope, on receipt
ot sit cents ortwo postage stamps. Also Dr. Cul
vcrwell's Marrige Guide, price 25 cent. Address,
CHAS. S. C. KLINE t CO..
127 Rowery. New York, P. O. box 43G.
August 15, lfCtf, ly Peas Sc. Co.
u -" i r'r t-r
Estate of Mary JfiJJcr, bite of Mtdison
Toicnship, Columbia County, dte'd.
THE Legatees and all other parties interested in
the estate of Mary P. lliller. deceased, w ill take
notice that the un.lersiened appointed by the Or
phan's Court of said coualy, auditor, to audit and
make distribution of the balance in the hands of Dan
iel Emmet, surviving executor of the said Mary P.
Miller, deceased, will meet the parties interested in
the said estate, at th j otfire of the Register of Wills
in and forthe county f Columbia, at Uloonnburg on
1 hursday the fib. day of November next, when and
where all parties interested can attend If the see
proper and present their claims or be debarred from
coming in for a share of Hit fund
. ft.H.BALDY, Auditor.
.,r CILKBBATXS .
Hotsb aid Cattle Pollers
long and favorably
known, will thor
broken-down s and
and cleansinp the
stomach and intes
tines. It is a sure pre
ventive of all dis
eases Incident to
this animal, such
LUNG FEVEB, GLANDERS,
TF.R, II E A V ES.
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, fcc Its
uic improves the
a smooth and
srlossy skin nnd
Into a fine-looking and spirited
To keepers of Cows this prenarsUnn (.
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
ui uie milk, it has
been proven by ao
tual experiment to
Increase the quan
tity of milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and ttn&ke the
butter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, It frives tbeia
an appetite, loosens
their hide, and
; makes them thrive
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers ia
the Lungs, Liver,
kc., this article
sets 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.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for $L
S. V. FOUTZ .Ss BRO.,
wnoLF.suE nnin axd medicine depot.
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeeiers through
out the United States.
17" For sale at the Drug Store of
Rloomsliurg, Jan. C. IHGfi. 12mo. ,
DR. W. II. WIHTMOK,
HAS been In snecessfel practice for a number cj
years, with the experience of the different hos-pital-in
Europe, also a member of the Analytical
vieiliral Institute of New Y rk, conti lues to attend
to nil prolVssional cases at his office No. ii'U Filbert
2. o patent Medicines are used or recommended ;
th remedies administered are those which will not
break cowu the constitution, but renovate the sys
tem from all injuries it has sustained from mineral
medicines, and leave the system in a beallby and
perfectly cnr.'d condition.
3. DVSPEPSIV that distressing disease and fell
degtrnyer of health and happiness, undermining the
con titnti in r.uj ycnily carrying thousands to Un
timely craves, can most emphatically be cured,
4. Mi 'ancholy, Abherration. that state ot Allna
tion and weakness of the mind which renders per
sons incapable ol enjoying the pleasures or perfwnn
ins th" duties of life,
5. RHElJMATIvijin any form cr condition.chron
ia or acute, warranted curable.
', EPILKPSV.or falling sickness, all chronic or
stubborn cases of
radica'ly removed ; Sa t Rt.eum and every descrip
tiou of ulcerations : Piles and scrofulous diseases
w hirh have haltl 'd all previous medical skill, can be
cured by my treatment ; and I !o say all disease.
Cyes Consumption) ran be cured by wearing my Medi
cated Jacket, which is a protection to the lungs
against all chances of weather in all clunatess hav
ing tovestieated for year" the cause and character ol
iiileriniUenls (fever ami ague) iu all parts of the
United Slates will cure permanently ail chronic or
acute caccs of ague aud nervous piscabcs ia a few
tuticcr Cured without the knife or Drawing
Tape Worm, that dread to the Human Family for
years, can be removed with two or thjve aoses of
ny newly discovered remedy, warranted in all eases.
Consultation in the English and German Languages
free of charge. Will make visits any distance, if
desired May be address by letter (confidential! v.)
and tleilic.tne seel with proper directions to fcny
part ol thu country.
OFFICE r.'o, D23 Filbert SL Thila.
April 4. 18fit' ly.
DK. J. Rs LTANS',
r!ivician acd Surgeon,
f AVINli Itn-aied pfrmaneiiily on Main
turn. RLOOMIJITKG. Pa., wonWl in-
(orin the public eenera'ly. that he is preprared to
attend to all business faithfully and punctually that
may be intrusted to his care, ou tcruis commensu
rate uitu the times,
XT" He pays strict attention to Surgery as welt
Nov .'Jo. 1 to3. ly.
M. M. TUAUGII,
ATTO 11 & KY-AT-Ll W,
Will pra ctice. in the several Courts of Columbia
and adjoining counties.
JI 5" All Collections promptly attended to.
J une -'I, I rtiii.
CHAS. G. BARKLE Y,
AJJornev at L:nv,
UL003ISCIRG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
U7ILL practice in the several Courtsof Columbia
County. All leeal bnsmess intrusted to his
caie shall receive prompt attention.
(iffice-On Main Mreel, Exchange Buildings, over
Uloomsburg. April 13, Hf 4
Jnf ice of I lie Trace,
Licensed Lonreyancer Scrivener, and
r?icc Eeaver Valley, Ta.
Will attend to t, king Acknowledgements. Write
De-ds, Mortn ises. Leases. ISonds. Notes, Agree
ments, kc. isorveying attended to with despatch,
Ch rces moderate.
EPM El.tr n I. L. havine boucht L. Runyon's TRO
i VISION" tsT 'RE is now prepared to sell Grocer
ies at Whole sale or Retail, as Cbcap as the Ceap-
'ciSiHK YOU CAX FIKU
SL'GAKS, TKAS. COFFEES.
SYRUPS. SPICES, CRACKERS
STARCH. SODA. CORN STARCH.
DRIED FRUIT. CANNED FRUIT,
VOO DEN -WARE, FLOUR, FISH,
REANS. ONIONS, ic, &c.
EPH. W. EL WELL.
Plootnsburg Feb H, lgf.G.
t&l On VVAX YEAR!
4 'J lvlr IU
ur improved SJ0 Sewing Machines. Three
Kln.ta ITnHA. n.l r I . . -
"yvri iccu. tvarrantea rive
VenrS. A llll'n .l,r. nr I....
Ihe ON L Y machines in the United StMes Tories
man wiiicii are Hilly licensed by Howe, Wheel
er & i son, C.rov-r St P.aker. Si nger St Co . and
Bacheldrr. All olhrr cheap Machines are Infringe
ments and the seller or user are liable to arrest, lino
ami imprisonment. Circulars free. Address or tall
upon Shaw & Mailt. Biddelord, .Me., or Chicago III.
December SO. lfiij ly.
TI.THUn'.,"r"'enP,d.W0U,d 'opcctfully snnoanceto
an OMNIIiCS LlXli, be- f?!
tween tl.is lace and the dif. J?-'
lerein tt ui uuarj Depots dai- Ju-ijr)3t:'t
ly. (Suildavs rironic.l in
connect with the several Trains gojn South a Wet
on the Cataw,gsa and William-pfirt RaH Koad and
Hh those gomg North and South on the Lack
Clooinshurg Road, -cK, t
IlisOMMBLS-ES arc in pood condition comme,
apersonfw a K e' a"d fh"M rZZT
a . hcrs,,," vvishisg Jo meet or see tb-ir friends
depart, can be accommodated, npon ,'casoorblS
charge, by leaving timely notice atany oXteH
JACOB L. GIRT0N,
Btoom,burS, April 2T. 13C4. Proprietor.;
BLA.NKS! 13LANKS ! 1