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Good R cttzp. vs. Focl Cellars. Good
tetter can't be made in foul celkrs. Noth
ing received a taint mere easily than butter.
It becomes '.infected readily -by offensive
odors. iMucH Eeeter, better butter is made
in BDrinsr bouses than in cellars. Decayed
cabbage, turnips etc., in a cellar do not im
part any virtues to biriter, but deteriorate
it badly. Good butter w one of the great
luxuries of the table, and nothing but scru
pulous care and neatness will secure it.
Farly in the spring give the cellar a thorough
cleansing and scrubbing, if you please.
Then whitewash, it from top to bottom.
A little Iixne gcattered about in Leaps is also
. beneficial. Have an opportunity to venti
late cool nights and mornings. But be able
to close it tight in warm weather.
Shut in the cool air and give it no chance
to escape. Then, if you will scald your pans
and crocks, and buckets with boiling water
- daily, and use the proper skill and care, you
, ran make and pack butter that it will be a
pleasure to eat Rural World.
Steamixo FODDEIL-Coarse fodder may be
made to go a great way,with a little art Cat
... t!eand horses refuse cornstalks, not because
1 Vthcy are not good feed, but because they are
J ..2iard to chewk and they choose not to chew
them. Cut up by a good Btalk cutter that
either cuts them in half-inch pieces, or slices
them very diagonally, and soaked twenty
four hours, wet ith hot water, meal and
the hardest salt being added, will almoEt all
Le eaten. Still, steaming ia better, for it
does not necessitate keeping twenty-four
Lour's stock of prepared feed on hand all
the time. . The most convenient steaming
- apparatus is propably a hogshead hung in
, trunnion?, the steam being passed to the
bottom through a rubber hose from a boiler,
With such an arrangement all kinds of fod
der, etraw, stalks, hay, roots, etc., may be
cooked for cattle or swine, and the greatest
possible economy in fodder attained.
, Half Hardy Plants. It is well known
that certain plants will pa3s the wint-er tafe
j ly, if they have only a slight protection, but
most cultivators do not seem to be aware that
this protection Is given as much against heat
as it is against cold.- Like the man who was
reported aa Laving died, not of hid disease,
but in getting well, many of our plants cin
it and freezing better than they can thawing
and if protection to so-called tender tilings
U cot fciven until midwinter, it often answers
perfectly.. ... A barrel, putover a shrub, bhields
it fcora sudden changes. A good light and
dry cellar is a great help, in absence of a
rrecn-Lcute. Tender roses, Lantacas, Ole
anders, and many other thing that arc very
tseful, when put in a cellar and just kept
t-ffWirlezfng, will "worry along" nicely,
t an J they will generally come out all right in
ths spring.' '
Over-feeding Stock, It is wcl!-known
that the evils of the system of ovcr-lecding
show stock of all kinds have been frequent
ly derlorcd, and strong representations made
cn the subject ty LreeJcrs, and ly; ths agri
cultural press. Yet, up to the latest shew
of bretding stock that wa3 held, there was
not the slightest symptom of improvement.
It set His strange that the parties most inter
ested in tho matter should be to much op
posed to it, and yet that nothing is done to
remedy the eviL
The reason 13 elm ply tlu3, over-feeding
Las become a fashion, and breeders know
very xrJH that unless they yield to it, they
may kejp their stock at home, for if they
ventured to show their cattle or sheep in the
state these would be kept fjr breeding, no
cue would look at them.
- 2Iashes foe Houses. The following re
cipe was given me by a celebrated steeple
chaser I never knew any horse refuse it :
Take a feed of oats, a double handful of
linseed for each horse, and boil for thre
Lours, then turn into a large tub or earthen
ware pan, and add so much bran, with just
enough of warm water to moisten the whole
through, rut a cloth over it, and let it stand
aa Lour, then mix it wellr and feed as soon
as it 13 coll enough. Thi3 mash is very use
ful whea Lorses iu hard condition "dry up"
and grow thin in spite of continual feeds of
eorn. I give it once a week all the year
around, but oftcner if required Ly any par
ticular horse. A few beans may be boiled
with the corn if tbe Lorse is in a very low j
eondition- London Picld.
ToFurFisn. The ordinarynianner of
frying fish i a shallow pan withtinly a small
quantity of grease, may be much improved
upon by imitating the Greeks, from whom
we may also learn many other useful kstons
in the culinary art Take a large quantity
of lard in a deep kettle, and let it boil as
for frying doughnuts. Whita boiling, drop
in the fish, having previously rolled them in
four or meal. In a few minutes they wHl
be of a rich, uniform brown, when they may
Le taken out and served while Lot They
will be found infinitely more delicate in fla
vor, aa well as more inviting ia appearance
than, when, cooked ia the old wav.
Fanr Growing fou Stock Feeding!.
If apples are abundant, and you Lave not
Lelp sufficient to gather them for market, or
to make them into cider, it will cf course
pay to feed them to Logs, especially if tLey
are sweet ones. Good, rich, early winter or
late fall apples of high-toned yet subacid
. avoiy make- the bast cider, though a large
admixture of sweet apples is co disadvantage
t as it adds strength. So much for the general
policy of raising apples to feed Logs the
least profitable way of disposing cf them,
provided you can, do anything elss with
To Vhzyzst Rats from Damaging
Leather. It is not uncommon to find in
factories that where machinery is station
ary, rats gnaw the leather belting where
they can get access to it A correspondent
of the Scientific American states that rats
TViil net taoia anything containing castor oil
0! "wli-at 13 covered with it and he rcccynmends
tlit the-Lching be rubbed with the oil.
Any leather exposed to tho depredation of
rats will te reserved by this remedy.
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
Good to compare with stringency'- of the Money
Alartet, aim compare price nciore purclm'
itiK elsewhere. Just rail at the favorite business
stand of McXinch &: 3Muiif.,i. nnii yon will be met
by the obliging rrrprielor r iheir Clerks ami tttown
through their great variety Store free ol charge, of
course, they will givo yon a fair chance to peud your
loote change, they trust much inuia profitably than
it can be spnl elsewhere. Tu ir
STOCK OF MY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger in nil It varieties than
usual. 'J'hfi- Lndie Dress Goods areof ilir nicest
styles in .Market. They have a fine assortment of
U.iUr' Cap. ISootsaud shoes,
Summer' Cloths, Casiueli, Cassimers and Vetin.
and numerous articles common tit such establish
ments, besides a general assortment of
Qocenswnre and Groceries, all at greatly reduce I
prices. They vt ir h lo coudutt thei r business on t lie
"PAY AS YOU GO''
ami tbry think they enn afford to sell very cheap.
Thry return their tliankk fur many past favors, and
ark the future patronage of their former customers
and the public g-uerally.
McNt.YCII 4c SMUMAN.
Slay 16, 1SU6. tf.
C REAT ATTEATION
urogeky si one;.
THE undersigned begs leave to announce to the
citizens of Uloomsburg and the surroondins
country tli.it lie keeps comtuii tly on hand at his old
stand, 011 the soulli east corner of Main and Iron sts.,
a prime lot of
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
CofiVe. Susar. Syru;. Tobacco, Cigars. Dried Fruit,
Coal Oil. ii'itT. Spires, llutter. Eggs. Lard
Cheese Dried Heel", t rackers. Drugs. Parlor
and llaud Lamps, Taints of nil Rinds,
and p.iiut brushes. I've Stuff's. Dr
Coods, Calicoes, Cloths fur boy'a
wear. oiip. Flour, Chop,
Uu.cnsw are. Glass. Put
ty. Salt. Fish. Meat.
Hosiery. Hooks, Writing J'.iper, Ink, Hardware,
Tucket Knives. Csintis. ce. &c. &c.
He keeps iu fact everything appertmuing to a first
Ciroccry and Variety Store.
He is determined not 10 be undersold. All kinds of
produce taken at ihe
H!Glli:sT MARKET PRICES.
Havlnjjul received anew rtock. the people are
earnesiliy invited to call and satisfy themselves. Ity
sirii t attentinn to business, he hopes not only to ro
lain his pnirunaze but to increase tL Il! feels thank.
ful fur past favors, and with many years experience
in the business, lie feels coofueni he can render sal
isfcetiun to al! tvuo fuv or him with their pat- onane.
v JOHN K UIRTON,
Dliomslnirff. June 20, 1SCC.
TtOVESTEEN & 1:0.
439 Bro&dfray. New Ycrlk.
fpllfi ATTENTION of tiie puMie anl t!ie trade i,
I jnviicii 10 t-nr m; vv m; u.r., seven oci avk.
ROSi;VO'U TIAXO FORTES. !iih fir volume
and ri'rty of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto 01'
fored in this market. They rottt;nn all the inmli rn
ii:iprovenient!. French srand action, harp pedal. irou
frame, nver-lrun; bniis. etc., and each iusirument
bem; made under the per-onal supervision f Mr.
J II. GuoVkSTKKX, who has a pia. tical experience of
over thirty years in their luanu facture, is fully war
ranted ia very pnrtiriilar.
TilK -QHurtJiTb.F.3r PIjS.VJ-FuRTIC
BECEIVKD 11IE UlUHKKT AWARD Of MERIT AT Tilt CCLC-
MATtD World's t ai r
Where were exhibited instruments from Ihff bet
niukers tf endon. Tnris. Gi-rmnny. I liiladelplii.i.
Baltimore, U-.t n and rev Vork;and also at the
American I nslitute for live successive yenrs. the
Gn..i ami Silver AIedals Irom botli of which cu.ii be
seen at our ware-ronins.
llv th.: intrn.iuctio'i of improvements we m ike a
still more perfect Tinno-fortc, an I by manufact iring
la'eeiy, n uli a stnttly cah y-t. iu. are cn3lled to
ort'..r the r instruments at aprice which will preclude
ail enmpetitou .
Our pries are f:o:n Si 10 to ?0 cheaper than any
Cril cias riauo-furte.
TKKMS Net Cash in current funds.
l'eyenptive circulars sent tree:
July II, IcGO. ly. 11. &. i'.
Epy, Calnnsbia Co. Pa.
The undersigned Lavins becom? sole proprietor nl
this well known and convcr.ict!y l.lUd stind,
respectfully informs In friend, nnil the public in
Eiwral, that hr; has put his hmi-e in eniupletc order
f l lii ; ci uaiuiOi'ation of hoarders, nnd for the recep
tion mid ei.lerlaiuineut of travelers who may leel
disposed to f.ivui 1: w ith their c:lt int. N. expense
has been spared 111 prcparms this Hi te! for lli etii..-r
taiumeni ol H'liJij, an 1 iii.thii j fIi.-i!! be nantii'j. on
bi.- p ri. to M.ii'inter lo their personal com'oit. The
!oration: es wtll us the building, is a good one, and
all together is amply arranged to please Hie public
Hspy. April II. tf.
HLOOUSBUKG FANCY TRLM3II.G
AND O00H S70P,,
Fecond dcor below ILirtman's ilain btr:cu
Just received a new stock of
ZKTH V E3, WOOLEN AND COT
TON YARNS, COCSETS,
SllSSLV.l, EDGINGS. DREad
and every variety of articles usually kept iu a
A'soFcitool Cooks. Hymn Hooks, Ciblcs, Sunday.
School !loi;!ts. and a larg.: U t of
MI tiki ELL A NEO ES B 0 OA'S,
Account and Memorandum Pocks, HUnk Peedj.
liinds and Alortxnses. an. a general and we!l-;elecl-ed
assort L'lert of Taper, Envelopes, &e.
' A. D. WEC3.
Eloomshurr. June SI. 13r.G. -:t
THE GREAT CAUSE
Just PuUiskcd.i aS'aled Enrelape. Priet ?z tents.
A Lecture ou the Naluie, Treatiiient, nnd K.-nlical
Cure of Seminal Weakness, or fcperniatort hoa. In
voluntary Einisions, iiexu.it Debility, and Impedi
ments to Marriage generally. Nervousness, Con
sumption, Epilepsy, and F'Im ; Mental and Thyic:il
Incapacity, resnll mr from Self Ab.ise. A c Hy U !!.
ERT J. CHLVRaWULL. M. 1 Author ol ihe
'-Green Book.'- to
The wurtd-renow ned author, in this admirable I,eC.
lure, c early proves from his own experience that
the awfui ronxenuences i'f Ke'f Abue may br effort
ually removed without medicine, and without rfan
jreruussu gicnl operations, bougies, iniiruiiieiitj,
rins, cr cordials, pointins out a mode of cure at
or.ee certain nnd effectual, by wcicli every sufH-rer,
no matter what Lis condition may be, may cure hi-.u-ulf
theapl y. privately, ami radically. I il IS l.KC
TURK W ILL I'lioVU A LOON TO THOUSANDS
Sent, under seal, in a p'ain envelope, to any ad
dress, on receipt of six cents, or two postage slumps
bv addressinc tbe p-iblishcrs.
"Also. Dr. CU L V Ell W ELL'S "Marriage Guide,"
price ii cents.
Address tliu publishers.'
I IU? J. C.KLINE t CO,
1-27 Howcry, New York, Tost office at x, eC
QUE STARCH GLOSS "
Is thr.only Artir.lc;n3ed by
First Class Hole!, S amid
i ics, and Thousands ol
It gives a beautiful polish, making the iron pas
smoothly over ilia eloih. savin? siocn Tina ami labor.
GoAds done up with it keep clean much longer eou
aoquenlly will not wear out so soon.
' maJccs Old Linen IdoJc like A'cic.
OUR IMPERIAL HLUE
Is 'ue Rest in Tim World.
It is soluble in iiarj as w-ll as sort water. It Is
puiupiothc saiest, neatest, and most convenient
I'or.ii of any cfl".;red to the public
xs ttirraiited noi io SireakJ (he
Agents wanted everywhere, to whom we ofler ex
traordiuary liiduceiueni-. Address,
NEW VUKK STARCH GLOSS.CO.,
.No. -jib rulin St., New Vork.
September 25, ISt'6. int.- A h Co.
Manufactured to order at MILL Bon
Township. luzerue County, Ta.,
Oak, He iu lock, illaIe, Ha,
PINE. TOPLAR AND BEACH, fcc. for Sale at the
M ILL, or delivered at any pojnt oo th Kailroad,
raciH.-d or connected wim it.
Address, the subscriber, at Wvootinf. Lo
acrne Cuv . or J AMES JACKfON, iu' -Sawyer, al
ll.irvtyill P. O.
Tins Ml l-froperty. wiUl two Houses. Burn and oth
er iiaprovetuetiis. surrounded by about MM Acres of
Land. 1 Jim of which reuiHins heavily timbered, ia
now for sale at a baigaia, y
THE PERUVIAN SYRUt
-L 13 A PROTECTED SOLUTION Ol THE
I'roioiidc ol Iron,
a new discovery in rapdicine which
STRIKES AT THE ROOT OF DISEASE RV
upptying the Blood wi.h its vital ramciPLa o
HVIX KLLMKMT IRllN
This is the secret ..f the wonderful success of this
remedy in curin
Dyspcpaia, Liver OompUint, Dropsy,
Cb ronio Diarrbcei, Boil, Nervous
Affectiona, Cbilla and Fever?,
Ilumors, Loss of Consti
lutional vigor, Diseases
of the Kidneys &
and all diseases originating in a
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
or accompanied by Debility or a low state of the
Bein free from Alcohol in any form, l't energiz
ing euVcis are not followed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, ii. fusing strength, vijfor and
New Lite inte all psrtsof the system, and buiiding
up n I HON CONSTITUTION.
DYSPASIA AP DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon Ri.'OTT. D. D.
1H sua m. Caiuula Eat. March -4, IHtj.
"I am an inveterate Dyspeptic of more
than 2j years" Mauding."
" "J have su wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks iluriug wbirh I have used the Pe
ruvian drup.lh.1t lean scarcely persuade myselfof
thi reality. 1'eoplu who liavo kuotvn inc are astou
i.brd al the change.. I am widely known and can
but recommend lo others that w huh has done so
much for un; "
A CASE OF 27 YE R3" STANDING CURED,
rrom IN3LEY JEWETP, Ko.I5 Avon Tlace .Boston
I hnvv suflered. aud sometimes i-overcly. for ST7
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced takins the Pe
ruvian yrup,aitd I'onud immediate benefit fro.n it
Iu the course oflhre or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my suffering, and have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since
flN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON. PAYS:
"l have been u. in- the Peruvian S'yrup for some
ti:nepat; it aives me new Vigor, buoVancy of spir
its. Liaiiticity of Vuscle."
Thousand have beru t hanged iy the use of this remedy
from tftui, ick'.y,ujjcrig creatures, to Urong itallhj:
nnd kappa men and ttomru ; and invalid cannot reasona
bly hetHate ta gi'l It 0 trial,
A pamphlet t.f 3 paes containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of the most
eminent physicians, clergymen, and others, will be
sent rHFK mai.y address.
!H7ai'e that each boutebaa Flkcvis Sraur blown
in the glass.
FOR SALE BY
J. 1. SIKSMOHZ. Proprietor. 3G Dey ft. New Vork
fcOLli bV ALL, fcUUGGlSTS. "
AM Medical Men aree that IODINE is the P.EST
RKME1IV for erufula and all kindred diseases ever
discovered. The diificuUy has been to obtain a Pure
olhtios of it. m
IV. 12. Anders' Iodine Water
Is a Pure Solution of Iodine. WITHOUT A SOL
VENT! 1 Containing a Full Grain U each ounce of
A. most Powerful Vitalizing Agenl and
has eared and will cure SCROFULA in all its mani
ULCERS. CANCERS. S VP1I I LIS.SALT RIILUM ;
and it has been used with astonishing success iu c i
ses of Klii.iiuiutlsm, livspepiaf Con sumption, Female
Complaints. Heart, Liver and Kidney 1jim; lai s.l e.
Cireui.irs will be sent re it it to any one seuting their
Price f 1,10 a fcottic, or f. for 53.03
Prepared by lr H. ANUEHi, Physician St Chemist.!!
For sal: by
J. 1'. 1JL SMOKE. SG Dey St. New Y-
AaJ by ail Cruggisti.
"yiSTAR'S BALSAM OF
HA9 BEEN USED TOR WEAKLY
HALF A CENTUKY,
with the most astoni-bing success in enring
Coughs, Coidslloarci.cs, tore Throat
iLflaeLzt, Wboof inj ccuh, Croup,
Liver complaint, BroocbitiSjL'ifa
cully of BreathiDg, AsiLma,
ai ever y affection-
THE TIinOAT,LUXUS CUES7.
which carries nfT more victims than any other dis
ease and Inch l.artl -s the j-ki;i of the Physicians to
a greater extent than ni:v oilier miilailv. ollcn
YIELDM TO THIS REMEDY
when all others prove ineffectual.
AS A .MEDICINE
Kapi;! in Hclicf, soothing in C.Tocl, safe in it 0?r
alioi. IT IS UNSURPASSED !
whitens a prcparr.tiun.free f.otn rro.TioaS- ingredinent
pni-i.n-", or minerals rinltms sVill. scirrl c.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 coa
lid'.'iice of the public,
SEYMOUIl THATCHER, M. D.f
r,( Herman. N. V.. writes as follows :
"Wum'i 1Ja!.m or Wild Ohekrt pive nnivcrsal
satirfarlioii. It seems to curciiu;h by looming
and cl.-an?ing the luncs.and allaying irrit.-Hi..n thus
removing the cause, iusti ad of drying up liie couiti
and leaving the rausc bi t in.. 1 consider Lie lia:raui
as go it D4 any. if not the best. Cough iucvicm with
uiurli I am ucu.'iaiiited.'
Itcv. Jacob Seciiler, of Hanover, Pa.
Well known and murii respectvd among the German
population in tins country .snakes the following ttate
ni lit lor the benefit of the titilicted,
I'eak tins Having realized in my family impor
tant beuelils fr. in the ue of your valuable prepara
tion Wistabs Ualsam or Wild Ciikrry it atl'or.ls mc
pleasure to recommend it tu the public, oine tijut
years aso ine -f my dauzhtcr secned to be in a i.e
cline ait'i little napes of her recovery were niter tam
ed I then procured a bottle n? yocr exo lieur l!.il.-.nn,
and before she hint t.ikn ihwlioli of the coiittulsof
Hie bottle tliere was a jrn nt in proveincnt in her
health I h.ve.in uiy iaiiividual cae made frequent
use ot your valuable medicine, aud have always been
benefitted by it.
J AC03 SECHLER.
Trice One Dollar a lioLdc.
FIR SALK BY
J. P. mxS10ttE.3GIcy Street. New York
6ETU W fUWLE, u to. Proprietors,, Uoslon.
AOID bv au obuso sts.
CURES CUTS.BURXS, SCALDS.
Grace's Celebrated Salte
CURES VVOUNDS.bllL'ISES, EPRAIVS,
Graoe a t'clebrned Salve
CURES LOILS, ULCERS. CAN'CERS.
Grace's Celebrated t alvc
CURES SALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELAS.
Grace's Celebrated Salvo
CURES CHAPPED HANDS. CHILBLAINS;
Grace's Celebrated Sal?a ;
HEALS OLD S0K,FRE3II WOUNDS.ie.
It is prompt irr action, removes pain at enec. and re
duces the uicst' angry-lookiog swellmrs and imfla
mations. as if ty magic thus aSTordiuig relief and a
Only 25 seats a box I (dent by mail for U ecata,)
For Sale tty
J. V. TMVSMORE 38 Dv Street. New York.
ARGALNS IN WATCHES.
The UNION WATCFI CO., manufaclorcrs, 143
Brcadwav, New York. oHVr their entire slock at less
than cost, for rash. This affords a rare opportunity
for dealers wishing to replenish for holiday trade, to
select from a great variety unsurpassed lor richness
o' design . timeleriine qualities, and real worth.
OMIEKS' WATCHED. European made, in Stout
Bilvernnd G'old Plated Cases warranted enrre. I
time-keepers beautifully engraved, white dial and
fancy Bnishel hanus ; u superb ornament. Priec. per
case of fix. S If. The saniJ. sold plated. p-r case of
six, 93. 80l.l ONLY MY THE CASE! Wedonot
deviate from this rill." upon unr r.m.lir 1011.
HUNTING SILVf'.R WATCHED, English mnvc
nn ul. perfecllr ailjuted.aud warranted correi t lnti.
keepers ; beautifully engravfj stout double eas -s.
nlntcdi.il and f.nuy rut hands Sol. I only by the
case ol ix. p. ice 5.17. This i the cheap-jl r-jn'ly
aood article in lh nnrket. t".i r 1 - Ii i o a lout hunt
ing durable wateli. which Wll.l. KELP UOOll I I V E
al a MODERATE PUI''E In justice to many retail
denters wtiom tro-ri supplying, these watches will
not be s.ild to any one at retail, or in any quantity
les than n case of ix.
COLD PLATED WATCI1E3, 13 K. plate, same
inoveiuent as above, and i precisely the same MVl'.
of watch, with the cxcepliou that these are heavily
plated on composition metal. Trice, per case .l'si.x,
837. Sold only by the case !
IIUNTINU ali.VEIt WATCRE.5. in superior fin
ished cases, full engrave.l. s id that readily sell nt
retail at from $15 each upwnrd, per case of si'.IT'J.
Same in gilt cases, pur half dozen, ST-. tiold only
by the Case 1
Improved Heavy Silver Duplex Chronome
ter in fully ruby action Movement.
Those wishing n superior time-piece, that can be
relied upon in all seasons and weaihe r, should buy
this. For Railroad men and others requiring an ac
curate time-piece this is unsurpassed. Cased in best
silver in a handsom' and durable manner, per case
of six. $-201. A ample will be sold for These
watches retail nt from ?To to $.1(10.
AMERICAN WATCHES. OF OUR OWN MANU
FACTURE AND WARRANTED.
Two ounce Silver Cases. Have the best running
apparatus of any watch ill existence. Per case of six
$lro. Singlt one Retail al $10 an J upwards.
Also Gald and tiilvei Watches, a superb stock of
silver ware, and gold, plntej and Gilt Jewelry for
Country .Vterrhants. Ped'ars, Ac.
Coods sent iu nuv part of ihe country by Express,
C' O. D to be paid fur when received. Order iilouce.
No advances required, e'cisd for Circular.
UNION WATCH CO.,
HU Urosdway, New York,
October 10. 1305.
NORTH AND SOUUT,
Tlirourh between Baltimore and liocltcster
Wiilaoiil CIsa5ig,e of Cars,
N and after August Cth, I6G0, Trains will leave
as luilows :
r.UFFALO EXPRKS3 leaves n.-.ltimorc 10 0. tiai'v,
Philadelphia 9 CJ P M. Ilarribburg 2,tij A. M , ileliv
ering pa?semrcrc at Nortl11111.l1Crl.1nd, 4,5 A. M. for
train ou Lackawanna and ISIiHunsiiur? Rail Road,
lenviug at T.no A, .M. arriving in Dan v illo 7. 1(1 A.M.
Rlooinrburs A.M. Ki ngbtuu 10.40 A. M, l?cran-
ton l.ftll noon.
MAILIeqves Ra'tiinore P.2. A. V. rinilv, (except
Sundays) Philadelphia 10. IU A. M. Harri-hurg 2.j
F. M.. lieliveriin. passengers t Voitliumberlaii.l 4.14
P. M.for train r,n Lack.t.vanna and H!o' lisbura Rail
Road, leavi .r th -rrf at .".- I I. M. arriving in HaiiviSe
6 Utl P. M. l.l'Miiibur 4j r, M. Kiiii'fton 9 t'l . ,vt .
ronton ; p.-erecdinj- north und arriving in
Williamspnrt at ti S P. M.
FAST LINE, leaves llaitiinore, dailv ( except fun
dav) 12.11 P.M. Philadelphia U iinou. Ilaniliur;
4,10 P.M. N'crthumbcrland '. 43 P.M. re.nain over
niht. and lef ve fojjnwiug iioruing al 7. , arriving
iu cra.uton l.'.iK) uncn.
F.7rrifTeS3 TRAIN, leaves Nortliuiiibcrland 113.
P.M.dai'y (fXCfpt ondays ) receiving iaseni-rs-leavine
Straiitou 4.40 P. M. Piltston P. M. Kins
ton G (Ml P. M- P:MiUi;.hurf rt (7 P. M. ariivinp in PI11I
a.'i l.l ia 7.00 A. M. iiarrifburg 2.30 A. M. Ralliiuorc
7.CII A M
WAIL TRAIN, leaves Northumberland 102GA.M.
daily, (xi epl Sundays) reci ivmg paseitgers. leaving
Scrantoii nt S.S0A. M. PiClor u SiO Ji 1 Kiiijslan
6 i J A . V. ! Io..uist.urg f.07 A. M. Danuille 9.54 A. M.
ana a:rivins in llarrirberg I.Ij P. M. Philadelphia
5 3d l M. Baltimore ul P. M.
l!y this route fright from Buffalo, rusper.sion
Kr:igc, Rochester and Canandaisua orany intrrme
dial.; point on New York Central can be sluppi d
through, nhen in full car loads lo any point on the
l acka WRima and Rloomsburg U11I Road, without
bre iking btlka Rate of freight aud Passenger L.re
as low as ! any 01 her route
J. 1. HcBAKKY. C. 3. YOUNG.
Gcn'l Sup't. Harnsburg, Pa. Cen'l Pass. Agent,
Baliiui ire. and
15 A AC M. SCHEOMERHORN.
Cen'l Western Freight Agent, Euiilo, N, 1 ,
fpt :ruher, li. Ii!lii.
The undersigned respectril!r inform? the citizens
of bloouifburg and Columbia county , that they keep
II the ditf.-rent numbers of stove coal an J selected
luaip eo.il f r s:iiif!iiiz purpose", on their wharf, ad
joining MtKirlvv, Nenl t Oo'e Furiiaec ; with a good
pair Uuffalo Fcales on the n harf.to weiuh roai.liay and
straw .iken iue a horse and waaon. to i!e'ier coal
to thoe who doirc it. As we purchase a large
amount of coal, V. c Iniend to keep a rtiperior arlii'le.
tid sell at the very loeti prices. l'l'-ae call and
examine for youreclvts before purchaiuci-Neu here.
J. W. UllM'EI.S (i.
A UU UST J S M A O.V.
THE iinr'ersi;ned will tnke. ia exchange for Coal
and Cro-eries, 1'.ie following named ariirl.'x ;
Wh-Jat. Rye, Corn. O it. Potatoes. Lard, I'.-itu. Shoiil
tier, and rida meat, l.uttrr. Ei'g. Hay. e.c ., at th.:
liti'beEt cash prices, at his Urocery ift.irn, aajoii.ing
Uuir coal yard. J. W. II ENDEUsilOT.
Rloiunsliurj, Apr'l liiG. )y.
; LUMlsIA CO., PA.
fin subscriber, proprietor
tne alcve named e-
ivc establishment, is now
pared to receive orders
All KiuHs cf !scliinerv,
for Co!erie, P-last Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILLS, THRESHING MACHINES. fcC. tC.
He is also prepared to make Stve, all sizes and
f nttenis. p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
His extensive facilities and practical workmen, war
rant him in rec.ivinj the largest contracts 00. tbe
m -t rejsonahle t.-rnn.
iXT" tirain cf all kinds will betaken in exchange foi
C"? This establishment is loca.ed near the Lackawa
na A Blooiusburg Railroad Dtpnt.
Uloomsburg, Sept. 13. 1SC3.
nC. II O W K R,
.ly ..... . - w - - .... -
." g-r ionnl services to the ladies and gentle
J-;jA me'f I.I nuiKbur;aud vic.'nity. II.? is
prepared 10 at:eud to all the varion
nivralions in the line of iiis prufession audi provided
Wlh lie latest improved f'JUCt.L.1 1. TF.ETH, w hirj
w II Ij inserted on roid.plat ina.sil ver and rubber br e
to lmw II as the natu: al teeth
Ml teral plate and blrek teeth manufactured ar all
0 Pr. IH'iis on tectlLcarefuUy and prop rrly attended to.
Uriieitee and oliitc a few doors above the Court
U n,e. same side.
Bljojisburg. JuueG 1863
A. J. EVAiNS'
bi early opposite the EviscGjml Chuich.
I.OTHING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
MY stock is composed of fine cloth'ny. medium
aud low priced adapted to all conditions,
tattcs and wanls. He has the latest styles for tbe
teasitn a fine assortment of
Overcoats and GenilcnAen's Sliaw.s,
from Lw to the very best
His (loods aft tuskion il'c an:l well Made.
In addition to my stock of r:.v!y-iniJe clothing, I
have piece goods fur custom orders.
Cloths, Casiiiiere., &c, &c.
And having one of the first class cutters. I goaran"
tee a fit in all eases and give satikfac'iou. Also a
H COLEX AM) LINEN SliIRTS,
Stockings, Neckties. Colfars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in the gentlemen's line cf clolhiii;.
Also, Hato, boots and Shoes, Trunks and Carpet
I will sell at Ihe lowest Market price. Please give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
AN DEE W J. EVANS,
Eloomsburg, Nov. 15, 13ti5;
All! We tv.ii
evrvwlicr lo ppII
our improved $20 Sewing Machines. Three nw
kinds. I'nder and upper feed. Warranted hve
years. Above salary or large commissions paid.
The ONLY machines in tbe United States fur less
than $41. whiet are fully licensed by Howe. Wheel
er at Wi-son. Grover Jtc (laker. Singer fc Co.. and
Hachelder. All other cheap Machines are Infrinse
mentsaod the seller or user are liabie to arrest, tine
and imprisonment. Circulars fre. Address or rail
opoo Sbaw Claik. Biddeford, Me., or Chicago III.
Deeember 30. lr?bi. ly.
g9QA flOiMai-Agents wanted
fe-T"" -t fo
' W1LKE3-BARRE. PEN NA.
CAPITAL AXU SUafuTs, - - $150,
Stock not called In, -Hills
t. 5 'JO lloii'ls, -
Tetnporarv and call loans.
Kill shares Wioiuiiir iwiiik cior
iii'fh.nes Firfl Nntional Rank t Wilks-Rarre. 5.1100
hhures H'Toim BIionai i'huk ni imcs-uurre
4'i eharea VV Ilkea-Karre Bii.lge Slock. 'J.5H0
Rent Estate. I-5'9
Due Irom Asents and others, . 7,414
Cash iu hand and in Bank, .... i.ttli
G M. HOLLENHACK. I.. D. SIIOEM AKEH.
JOHN RKICIIARD. H. M IIOYT,
SAMUEL WADHAMS. O. OLI.lVf?.
CIIARLLS DORRANCE, W. S. ltO?3,
7 T l,M tE CIIARLK-A MINER.
SitWAUTl-iniCE, G M IIAKDIXO.
G. M IIOLI.EN'tA'-K. Preldent.
L. D. SHOEMAKER. Vice Prss L
It. C. SMITH, SECBAT.aT.
F. BROWN. Agent,
March 2. JAGS insbiirg, Pa.
QREAT LAIPROVK3IENT IN
Ei.i)irc Sluittli liacliinc !
SALESROOM. 530 P.roadway.N. Y.,
S.'.O Wa-hiii;:ton tt eet. lloston,
SJ1 Che. nut t-'treet. Philaiirlplua,
PATENTED FEB. 14. IciiO.
TinSMACElVE i cnntrurted on entirely new
principles cT nu-rhaiiiMii. j-rteseing many rare
and valuable inipri vemenls, havin? been exunined
by the most profound experts, and pronounced lo
Simplicity and Perfection Combined.
It Ins n Ktrnijht ii"edl", perpen-ljcular action,
makes the LOCIiVr Srlll TI LE STIT( 'II. which will
n-ii!v r Kll' Mr i; AVICI., and is a'ike on both fides ;
performs perfert icuiiir nn every description (,f
miiterial. from Lcalher lo ihe finest Nansook muslin,
wi:h rntton. l-nen, or siik thread. l"ro-ii the coarsest
to the finest number. Havina nritiicr CAM or COG
WtiEEI.. and tael.-at possible friction, it runs as
smooth as glass, aud is
Emphatically a Noiseless Jfachine.
It reqiires TIFTY PER CENT, less power to drive
il limn any other machine in the market. A rirl
twelve years cf r.ge can work it steadily, witnuut
fjttirue or li.jury to health
It Slrenstli aud wonderful Simplicity of Construc
tion renders i'. alioort impossible lo get out of order,
and is GUARANTEED by ihe company to give en
tire salnfai liori.
We respectf illy invite all those who may desire to
t tipf.lv ther.tsi'lves witii n sujieri . r arlii le, to come
auu exaunne this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
C'ae half horn's liuttifn is scfiicieni lo enable
any perron to worV this machine to their entire al-i-laci
Agent wanted for atl towns j i tin United States,
ti here agencies are not already established Also,
fr Cuba. Mexico. Central und South America, to
whom a liberal discount will b riven.
L Ml' IRE SEW1G MACHINE MF'G CO..
530 ISrnadway. N. Y.
:0VLS AND TIN V, ARE.
A. M. RUPERT,
Announces to his mauy fuemlsanj iiuincrnns mi
tinners thai he continue Ihe aliove l.ti.iue.s nt his
old place of butiu-ss ou MAIN STREET, C LOOMS.
His customers and ethers can be accommod ilod
c- A m O T
I f 1 i w I O I W V l J-STl.
ui un Riuuf, riui clpes. i inw are, anu every
aiiicle found in ell well reeulated STOVE
AMI TINWARE f S-TAKLlSHMENTS in thecities
and i n the mort rensniiable terms.
tp" SPOUTING. f"r honie ami b mi, will be put
up on short in.tue. Also, all kinds of rejiairinc dJn
;r'.nirty ;ud unoii liberal terms
He also k.-eis on hind a lar.'e supply of Milk
Pans, of diirer-ut sir.es and prices ; b :it;es n fun; ns
si t:n.iii of fa liar's l'aten selxt'ealm" Fruit Pre
set i it: I.'lik. Give him a call.
Ju! lo. li-.id. if.
1.1 Shive'f Cuilding.on Main Street.
Informs tha citizens r,fuioomsburg and vicinity tht
he has opined n New
in this place, w hero he invites hi old friends and
customers locall and partake of hit refreshments.
Il is his intention to eep the best
LA GEE BEER AND ALE,
constantly orrhand ; Al,o. I'orter, Sarsaparilla. Min
cral Water, Fnet v Lemonades. Raspberry and Ia-iii
on r-"y r;.,n , can al way s be hnd nt his lietlaurant.
In tbu eating line he presents a
not surpns-ed in this place, viz. Pickled Oysters
Clams, t-trdiiie Fish. Laiberued Chicken. I'irK led
Tripe and liecf Tongue, &c.. 4tc. He also bis a good
Ci;ars and Chcvsinfj Tobacco
for his customer IT?" Give him .1 Call,
ltloomsburg. June l.'l, iM.ii.
AR mai'e by any one wiih
Stencil Tools No experience
liecessarv. 1 he t residents. Cash
iers, nnd Treasurers of 3 Hanks m,!orso the circular.
Sent free with samples. Ai!ilre-s Ihe American Sten
cil Tool Works, Springdcld, Vermont.
August 1. l?iiU. 3m.
J 00,000 SHINGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FECNINC; BOARDS I OR
sale The undersigned f.fTers for sale upon the
most rs-aseniMe ti-ruis. at his place of business, in
15 E V TO N . COLUMBIA COUNTY, o.-.e hundred thou
sand shingles and a larcc lot ol fencing- boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlock
J. J. Mctf:.NRY.
Benton, May 9, I fed.
Wm. c. be.et.
CSOk . CAR1EKTER.
C. W. CARPEMEK, HEXSZEV & CO.
737 Markkt St. one door below Eth. PriLADELrm a,
DRUC. Mr.DlCiNES. CHEMICAL?.
TAINTS. OIL. ULA--S. VARNISHES, DYES,
And every i: ....' arlirle ?ipertainlng to ihe
business, of the best qu.i:i'y. unJ al Ihe
lowest Market Hates.
March 2?. 1560.
Tini ! ITCH ! ITf U !
X s:ratch : schatch sceatcii !
WH EATON'S OINTMENT
Will (lire 'ike llch iu 18 Hours.
Also cures SALT Ril EUM. UI-CF.R.-s. CHIL
BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OF Til E tK.l. "rire
50 c-nls. For sale bv all Druceists. I!y sending fo
ceals to WEtK!" tc. POTTER. Sole A-ents, 17" Wash
ington street, Koston, it will bo forwarded by mail,
free of portare, lo any part of the United Plates.
June o, 13io.- ly.
1 EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON MAIN STREET. (NEARLY OPPOSITB
MILLER'S c-TORE.; ULOOMSCUR5, PA.
THE undersigned bat j isl fitted Bp, and opened,
STOVE A ? I TI. SIS OP,
in this lce. wlter h is-pre jrcd to make up nesr
Ti W ARK of ill kinds in his line, and do repair
ing w ilh neatness and dispiicb, upon the most rea
sonable terms, llealso keeps on hand STOVE of
various patterns and styles, n hich he will sell upon
terms tu suit ourcba;rs.
Give hi.t .:!!. He is a goo4 mechanic, aad de
serving of the pubile patronage.
JACOB MET 2.
Elocmsbnr. Pent. r l-'CB. ly.
ATTOISIV E I AT - Ij AW.
i imam WsMm
JYcw Stock of Clothing.
Spring and Sumisicr Ooods.
INVITES altention to his stbeit of chsap and fash
ionable Clothing al bis aiture. on
MjIN STREET, BLOOMSJiURG,
two doors above the Jlmtrican louse,
where hn has jut received from New Vork and
Phi ladelphia, a lull assortment of
including the most feshionahle. durable
S4UIK. UK tts (iUUDS, consisting of
Box, Sack, Frock t Gum and Oil CotL
Coats, and 'arils,
of all sorts. sizc. and colors. He also ha replen
ished his already large stock of Fall and Winter
Kb wis; striped, figured and plain Vesn, shirts,
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fu?y urtn.les.
N II. lie has roii-taui ly on hand n larcc and well
selected assortment of Cloth an I Vesting, which
he is prepared to make up lo order, i.iin tny kind of
clothing on very slurl notice aud in tUe best of nun
tier. All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
of home mnuufacture.
AN D .
d? OS La ZZZ a
f't every Description, Fir. and Cheap. His Cnse of
Jewelry is not surpassed in this place. Call and ex.
limine his geueral atsortuiem of Clothing, Watches,
lewelry, ic. &.c.
DAVID LO WEN C U KG.
Bloonitburg, April 20. ISM.
Has opened a first doss BOOT, SHOE,
MAT hm SAP STOHE,
At his old ttand nn Main Street Dloomsbtiitr. IHs
stock is composed of I lie very latest and be.U styles
ever offered to Ihe citizens of Columbia Ciiuny. lie
can accommodate the public with the following kinds
and prices :
Men's calf boots, fine. $.V(.(i to 0.00
14 ip, double sole, 'J 75 to 5 72
Boys child's boots. 1.70 to 4.75
Men's glove kid. Congress, fcc, 2 30 to 5,75
Hal. Shoes, 1 !0 to 3.0 )
" women's boys and iniscs glove
kid listing "iters, 1.75 to 5.75
Women's elove kid. very fine, 3. "5 to 5 75
' fine goat morocco balmornls, 2 5il to 4 00
" mi n's morocco and call tlioes, 1.75 to 2 5(1
common shoes, .50 to j 5(1
Misses' nnd Child's shoes. 0.5 to 1 bO
Men's, w omen's, missus', boys and cbilds
hlippera. to l.CO
lie u;so keep a great variety of HATS, CA?3 and
of every kind, at the lowctt prices, both for Cosh an
Rcmeinbi:i the nti&aclion is in our jnoJ. Don'l
he alarmed at the cfy of high prices, but call auu tee
for yourselves. Uci-peclfuily,
Eloomsburg. July II. lBfifi.
!.ackanniia & Ctoomsliurg iiailtoad.
CT TWO DAILY TRAINS. -&l
ON AND AFTI'R OVF.MBF.R U7, lnhi. TA-5-SLNUEU
TRAINS Wll.l. Rf.S AS FOLLOWS:
P M PM AM.
Leave Srranton, 4 4d C 5u
" Kingston. (i.l0 (1.55
l.lsomsl nrg. S CO e. jil
Arrive at Nurthuinhcrlnnd 9.50 10.35
A M PM
Leave Northumberland, 7.00 5 10
" Danville. 740 5 4"
Itloomsluirg, 8 25 6 2
Arrive at Scrn:lon. 12 40 10 13
Trains leavin! Kingston at S 30 A: M for Scranton
ceunect uith Tri.ln arriving al Now York at 5 v'0
l.eavins Noi Ihuin'it'l im! f .W A M.ani Kingston
2 30 P. M , cni:ecl with Train airivmg at New York
tt in 55 P. M.
Passenger liking" Train Soath from Scrarton nt551
A M via No Itiiiiiiber'an J.reai h llarrisiuirg li 30 P M.
Lnliiiiinre 5 1:0 P M.. W ashinstou 10 OOP M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia tt 7 U'iPM.
li. A. FONDA, Supt.
Kinsston. ov .25. I8C5.
IODIDE OF LIME,
C. W. TETTES. P.OSTON.
JA3IKS R. MCK0I.S L CO.
.Man vf tcturinff Ci cmitts,
MAVUFAt.TURLRS OF TU E
ELIXIR PERUVIAN BARK
lro(cilc of Iron,
Which has bscome so favorably known cs a
7 c.vc RF.yi on.n ivf..
r.y TAysicius fciid Invalids in all ( ails of the coon
The new preparation, "f.irsaparilla In cefhl.ina
tion with I oil 1 lie of Lime." presents one of Ihe most
prompt alterative agents, in a 'orin capable of exert
ice ("'I action upon the system, aud (his in minute
and pleasim doses. Il is conceded that Ihe altera
tive, resolvent, or tonic cfiecls of Iodine are exert
ed most decidedly wuen associated with ether alt-r-avive.
in combination : aurt the Sarsapariita seems
to fulfill pi.-rl'f-rily all Ihe favorable requisitions.
The first lo'ct usually observed iv lieu
SARSAPAI! 1 1. LA WITH IODIDE OF LIME"
islr.ken. is an increase cf appetite showing that it
has tonic propt-rties of a marked character. Its al-
erstrve eli'ects are iiiauiti'st in its ready combina
tion wii'i Ihe blood and lis-u?s Pale, tcrofulous
women and children improve rapidly under it use,
and I he vital I'urirtions assume a nealthy rondiiiun.
Il is admirably adapted to a large number of chrcn
ic or ncutu alT clions peculiar to children It u suit
ed in them both by the mildness a ml efTsci"iicy of
medicinal effect nnd the pleasant, attractive form of
the remedy. It may be cven fr a long period where
constitutional i:illuences ere desired, au I no r?pug
uanre. or tisiuc!inal on to lake tne syrup, cncoui.
I. red. In Whue-aweiliug. Ilip Joint Disease, and
Distortions of tn,; Sp.ne. it sh.-iul I b-; riven persist
enlly, iu moiierale iion s. until reiief is obtained
In the Spriiyof the Vcar, and during the
Ihe accumulation of morbid matters in the system
seems to become manifest and very troublesome Las
situde, Headache, Hulls, Co.stivciiess, Loss of .ppe-
tite. Pains in the Joints, Indigestion, etc , are very
common. nihiiiv ever devised is b"t:er ada;iled lo
exterminate or d.i ve oil' these- n dictions Ih an tin new
combi'.aiion of S A RS Al'AUI LLA Wil li IODIDE
A'o preparation like it, or ichich approximates to it as an
Alterative, or Blood Purifier,
bas trer before been placed rithtn the reach of invalids.
Indeed, it is an entirely ntw and scitsT.nc combina
tion, in no resj'cct resciuuliug auythiug uilhcilo em
ployed. The opinion of medical men concerning it. the de
scription of its chemical character, tberapoulic val
ue, manner of use, etc., are given l.i a rirrulir,
which ran be had at the store of aby and all first
Z7 oid in llloomshuri , whclasale anf retail, by
Eyer Is. Mover, and all Druggists
Jane 0, kkA.. Cm.
J j ISS LIZZIE PETERMAN,
Would annonnr to the laiiies ol r.oomburg and
the public generally, thit she has just leceived lrwui
the custom cries her
Spring mid Suniaiicr
consisting of ail nnicle s uea!ly found in first class
Millinery Stores. Her good, are of Ihe bet miality
and anion; the most handsoaie and cheapest in Che
nihrket Cull and examine them for yiartlves.
Nobody should purchase t'lsewhre before eiaaiin
ing M ii Feterman's stock ol goods Ronncis uiade
10 order, on the shortest notice, or repaired.
Stnr m Main street. 3d d.or below the store Of
Mendel. hall & Rupert.
Bloomsburg, May 2. J ?"sfi. if.
THE nndersi'pcd respectfully announces In tVr
public that he keeps constantly on band, at his
old stand, one door below Lute's Drug Store.
011 Cloifr. and Tsper Window Shades, Cords, Tas
sels ad Fixtures, for Pictures , Ac. o( tli very
latest styles. and is prepared. to do all kinds of paper
hanging to order.
E. J. TI10RT0N.
nioom'bnrg, April 4 ISCfi. if
ATTOKNEY - AT - L,AX',
Office opposite Pott rfiice, over TTjrfmjn'g store.
Back Pay, Bounty, Pensions and Go
.i. ii"Ms V f-m si,""t,h tf,tm,0 lfn sf n eT
Hotsq aM Cattle Fowflm
long and favorably
known, will thooi
and cleansing tit
stomach and intas
It is a sure jrr
venUve of all dlsv
".i"" eiuies inciaeni to
this animal, snch as LUNG FEVEJ1, eiiDEi4i
L0.S.-1 OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, ic. its
cse improves Uie
a luooth and
gloj.iy skin und
- .. y rwiwi y ti
miserable tkcleton into a line-looking aad spirit
To keepers of Cows this niuriiinn a tn.i viL
It lacreaies Uie quanUty and improves the quality
orche milk. It baa
been proven by ao
toal exiieriment IO
Increase- the quan
tity or milk and
cream twenty per
cent, and make ilia
batter firm and
sweet. In fattening
cattle, it gives them
an appetite, loosvxa
i their hide, and
- tnalcAS lli.tn tliriv'
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, rjToeri It
the Lungs, Liver,
ic, IN arlicie
mis as a specific.
ISy putting from
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
"fcarrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prerentsd. If given In time, a cerUia
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Ceat3 per Paper, or 5 Papers Cor tV
8. .A.. FOUTZ z BRO.t
WHOLESALE DUrO AND MEDICIVE DET0T,
Ho. 11G Franklin St., Baltimore, H&
Far Sale by Druggists find Storckcaperi tirougjls
cat the L'nitcd Sutes.
Zj" for sale tl the Drug tors of
Eloomstitirg, Jan. 0. Id50. ISmo.
DR. W. II. WIIITMOB,
I'f. S been in rnccssaul practice for a nnrnfcer ef
I I years, w ilh the experience of tlie different bos
pital - in l:utoii. a!o a minber of the Analyical
Me'tirnl luslilute of New V tk, ronti tees tosttcad
li al! r ff'ssional ci-cs at his ofSce No. tii Tilbert
afreet, Pliilndelpl ia.
2. Ni i.cler.t M' Lirines arc used or rrccmineeded s
!l:C r:medic a l:iunitsreJ are move which will nt
break rown the rnn.tirutinn. Irflt renovate tbe ty
teni from all injuries it has sustained from mineral
medicines, and leave Ihe system io a liealUiy and
perlectlv cured condition,
3. DYgPLPs! A. that distressing disasse aad fail
destroyer of healili and happme. undenaluiDf in
con tituii m end yeaily Carrving thousand la utf
timely graves, can most einpha ically be cured,
4. Al.iautho! v. Abberration. that sis l et Alia,
tion ami w eahuess of the nund which isnders per.
soiifcinr.ipnble.it enjoying the pleasures or psrfist
ing th" duties of life.
5. IIH EU vi ATI tl,in any form or ondiUea.shraa- .
ia or nente. warranted curable.
n, LPILKl'SV. cr fa'i'.ing euknett, all ebranU me
stubbcrn case cf
radica'ly removed ; Pa t RUsum and srery daerfa
lion r.f ulcerations Piles and scrofulous disease
vt hich have baffled all previous medical skill, c&a b
cured by my trentment ; nnd I do sty alt diseases,
Cve Cgsji'MptiiiiO can be cured by wearing uiy Menl
ctted Jacket, v hich is a protection to the lgs
agninst all thrnrrs of weather iu a:l cllinstes hav
ing tn veti:ated fur year- the cause aad character 1
iiiuriiufeiiK (fever an 1 ague) in all parts of ta
L'nited Slates will cure permanently all chronis ssr
arute cases cf s;us and nervon piseabes ia I few
t&Lcrr Cared vrilliczt the koife or Dr&TTls;
Tape W.irtn, that dreadloiha naman rtmPy frf
ycai. eu I c removed with two or tbise uf
wy new ly c'i-coverril remedy, warranted in all cassa.
nnsultation in the English and German Langaagssj
fre of charge. Will make visiis auy distanxo. It
desired. M .y be addresse by letter (confljeoLiallv.)
and Jklcdicins sent wnti proper tirrectioos t any
part ol IUj country.
orricc-vo, tu n:tsrtBL ruia.
April 4. leza lj.
riiysiciaii asd Surgeon
f TAVJNis Int-a'e;! pMinaiierii!' on Mai
5 Sirffi, KLOOMSBUKG. !'., wooi.i in
(orin the public genera'ly . list he Is prsprarnJ ts
attenJ to all business faillifuliy and punsloslly tkat
mny be intrusted lo bis care, ou teru-s comoisasa-.
rate ilii ihr times.
CL7 lit pays strict attsntioa ta Surgery a wa
Nov. 25. 1 G3,lv.
M. M. TUAUGII,
BLO OMSB UR G, Pa.
Will practice iu tha several Courts of ColgBbaJ
and aiijniuing counties.
C- All Collections promptly atundsd t.
June -2'). Ibbti.
CHAS. G. DARKLE Y,
Atiorwcy nt Law.
DLOOiiSBURG, tOLt.lIBIA CO., PA.
WILL practice in the ssvernl Conrtssf Oelaukia
'ou ut r. All legal unsiucss inirusied to bi
eate shay receive prompt attention.
OCce-Un .Utckt. Exchange Ealldiags, wvar
I.loomsburc. April 13. IFC4.
gALISRURV, JiRO. & CO.,
Sztensivs Xlar.ufactuiers and Importer
Gold, Plated ar.d Oreide Jcictlrj,
FOLIO AND NI' KEL
Aiunr.icAX, a.j svtisj
C ASED CY OURSELVES.
And every description of
Pancy Goods and Yankee Notions,
Psprrially auapled aaj designed for Soutkera aad
C;rculf and full deseripliv Price List ta
Agents wanted evervwbere. Address.
SALLJIiUR V. tHO. ft CO..
Ai DOUUA NCE 8TKKET.
Providsacc, B. L
fVtol'cr tfi . 3n.
OMNI BUS LINE.
THE undersigned would respectfully anaosae tt)
the citizens cf liloomsburg, and tbe pubii ge
erisllv. thai l:e is running
an OMMBi:s LINE, he- C&K'
iwcen this lace nnd tliedtf. , ', Ct'e. '""j
ferent Kil Koad li.-pnis dm- -T7f''.";r"V"
ly. (Sun fay excepted) to St5sj
conneri w ith ibe s. v -r.it Trains goint South a Witff
ou the Cnlawisia nnd Wi'liamtport Kail Koad. aad
ith ilme gong NortU and 4'jutli on lb Lack, V
His O.MNIKL'S.-ES are in good condition, roosn
tfiou :id ccniforlaale, aud char; cs reasonable.
C7 Persons v. ishig to meet or tee tir finda4
depart, can lie arrntmnodated, upon asofirbla'
charges, by leaving tiinuly notice -I any cf lb Oo"
JACOB L. GIRTOaV,
BleorniBorg. April 27. 1C4
JTJRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Medicine, at John B. M oyer's Drag Blf
corner oi .Mam and JJsrket Btrecls. A food asaart'
Medicines. Taint. Oil and Varnishos, altray on.
hartl.and will be sold dieaper than at any hb
Dri g Store in n n.
Prescription carefully compounded at Meyer""
Aycrs and Jayncs Mci!Iciae sold at Meyer' Draf
V.'i.harf Tr Conliil. Bakr'a CcJ Livr OU,
Window' Soothing Syrup, sold al JCoycr' Drag
Far any reliable patent tuedicin, call at MyrV
Leather cf aUlind. wholesale and retail, al J.aVi'
Koyer Drug Store, Bloomsburg, Pa.
HljJ, I80ti. If.
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