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KILLING HOGS. , '
Killing lios ia a business in "Wicli tbe
whole community is interested, and perhaps
& EnaH portioa acquainted with. 'It is term
ed "butchering," and is often carried on in
a butchering Btyle, while it is a business wor
thy of being conducted "fes a decent and sci
- entiSc way; I do not propose going Into-. a
long programme of telling how to catch a
hog, and bow to hold him, &c, but to throw
'4ut a few hints. -
Do not suffer the hog to be run over and
worried by men, boys and dogs, getting his
Hood" and flesh heated, just before killing.
- I believe that is one causa of meat spoiling.
Fomotimea we drive a hog or two to a neigh
bor's bo as to "kill together," as it is termed
"making use of the same force, same fire and
. other filings ; and we have known the hams
and shoulders of hogs thus driven to come
out a little short before the next summer was
oyer. ,'. '
Let the hogs be killed with as little noise,
and worriment, and excitement as possible,
A Jersey man has one man to go into the pen
broad faced hammer (like a shoe maker'B
hammer knock down the hog, when other
men come immediately and stick, others
drag out, and go- to scalding, and so on with
larrrer mrmber of hoes.
Scalding machines have become very com-
jnon, and are a good institution but every
body has not got one, and still use tubs. I
like the tub, and want nothing better for or
dinary times ; but I want a rope and tackle,
and one or two hands o help work the hog.
I would not allow a hog put into water wh"ile
there is a sign of life in him : but when dead,
' make an opening to tho gambrel strings and
hook in, hoist the hog and dip him head and
shoulder into the scald ; do not let him re
main more than a second or two, lest the
hair "sets," hoist him and air him, and if
needful, dip him, again and again, till done,
then hook into the lower jaw, and scald the
hinder parts. I like slow scalds the best, as
( least likely to "set the hair." "While the
hind parts are getting scalded, the face may
.be cleansed. . Too little attention is generally
. given to cleaning the head, as also the fee,
leaving them for the women to worry over
bv the hour in some cold outkitchen. As
oon as the hog is hung p and washed off,
let the head be taken off and set upon a bar
rel or block, and regularly shaved and cleaned-
And now, while speaking of the head, I
want to say how I cut up the head. I lay it
on its side and take off. the jowl (or lower
jaw) I then saw down across the face, above
' the eyes, but careful to run. into the eye
- sockets, and on through, leaving the eye
- balls with the snout end, so that there is no
further trouble with gouging the eyes out of
face piece, then, without further separating
v of the parts, starting between the ears, saw
up and down wise, not caring to extend fur
ther down the snout than tha saw-mark across
the face, but clean through at the other end.
Now, having done with the ears for han
dles, I cut them off, then take out the brains
for pickling skin the snout, and take off the
flesh for scrapple, and throw the nasal organs,
away. The faces are to be corned. I use a
gaw, but never an axe, in cutting up a hog ;
eorneiinently the meat is clear of splinters
and chips of bones: In "chining a hog" to
cool, I saw down the ribs instead of hacking
them wtth a hatchet A smnll sizad hog
hook flattened, answers very well for taking
of the hoofs and toe nails of a porker, or
you may use a pair of pinchers. German
MAKING AND KEEPING MANURE.
However much may hava been said on
- this subject, it does not seem to have had
the desired effect, when we see so many of
those whe are considered as our bet fL
xaers neglecting to take any steps toward
promoting" this end ; who, instead of devis
ing means for increasing its amount, even
Buffer a large part of that already obtained
ta be wasted. Now, I believe that most of
those who permit this are entirely ignorant
of the great injury they are doing themselves,
and there may be a few who, though they
have had their attention called to it, yet fail
to adopt aiy means for remedying so great
I wiH endeavor to point out a few of the
most prominent sources of waste anl the
means by which they may be obviated.
To begin with the most important of all
. manures, which is that obtained from our
tables and cow-houses, and which is usual
ly thrown out into the barnj-ards to remain
there without any protection from the wca
" ther, until after it has been soaked by rain
. after ndnr it is carried out into the fields to
restore the waste occasioned by the removal
ef preceding crop?.
Now, if this water, after soaking through
the manure, and extracting, from it a large
amount of its usefulness, wascarefully saved
' by being caught in tanks, the loss would not
be as much felt, but even this is not done,
and as barns are generally built on the eide
of a hill when possible, the water which falls
into their yards run off almost immediately ;
and when not so situated, drains are usually
cut from them to permit it to escape, and
thus a quantity of the most fertile part of the
manure is lost
, Now, this loss could easily be prevented,
and with slight expense, by the erection of
-a shed nnder which the manure could be
stowed, or what would be better stiil, if a
covered pit could be prepared, in which it
might be deposited," and any expense incur
red in this way would soon be repaid.
Ammonia is also- constantly escaping from
the manure in the form of gas, and as it is a
ubstance which contains a large amount of
nitrogen, which is especially beneficial to
rops, it would be well if it were also saved,
Now this can be accomplished by the appli
plication of several substances to the ma
nure, among the cheapest and beet of which
a the sulphate of lime or plaster of Paris,
ditdocsit in this way: the sulphuric,
acid in the sulphate of lime has a greater
affinity for the ammonia than it has for the
lime, and it therefore leaves the lime and at
taches, itself to the ammonia, forming the
Bulphata of ammonia, which is a fixed salt.
There u another point to which I would
call attention, and that is the ways by which
we can increase cur stock of manure ; and
though they are many I will only speak of
two of tie most prominent : The first is by 1
mear.3 cf the coznnot hea jv and the second
by the- pig pen. If yoa voir enfy-give- your
T; r?t!f nn'-'-rial.' tne -onsnMt- of mmr '
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS
Goods to eonrpar witfc trlngacy of the Money
Mar net, Losk and compare prices before purchas
ing elsewhere. Just call at tbe farorite business
stand of McVinch St Shumsn. -and you will be met
by tbe obliging Proprietor! or their Clerk and shown
through their great variety Store free of charge, of
course. tbey will give you a fair chance la pead your
loose change, they trust much more profitably than
It can be spent elsewhere. Their
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
this Spring is much larger jn all Its varieties than
usual. Their Ladies Dress Goods areof the nicest
styles Market. They have a fine assortment of
Hals, Caps, looU and Shoes,
Summer Cloths, CasineU. Cassimera and Vesyngs.
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, besjJes a general assortment of
Queensware and Groceries, nil at greatly reduce I
prices. They wuh to conduct their business en the
"PAY AS YOU GO''
and they tbink they can afTitrd to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for many pnsi favors, and
ask the future patronage of their former customers
and the public generally.
McNIXCH Sc. 8I1UMAN.
May I6.1SC6. tf.
CI REAT ATTRATION
COISiQ? :35T 9 S33
C HOC 12 El Y STOKE.
THE undersigned begs leave to announce to the
citizens of Blooinsburg and the surrounding
country that he keeps constantly on band at bis old
stand, on the south east corner of Main airfl Iron its.,
a prime lot of
GREEN AND BtACK TEAS,
Coffee. Sugar. Syrups. Tobacco, Cigars, Dried Fruit,
, Coal Oil. rfnuff. Spices, Butter. Eggs, I.ard
Cheese. Dried Beef, Crackers. Drugs. Parlor
and Hand Lamps, faints of all Binds,
and paint brushes. Dye Stuffs, Dry
Quods, Calicoes. Cloths for boy's
wear, Soaps, Flour, Chop.
Queensvt are. Glass. Put
ty, Salt.. Fish. Meat.
Hosiery. Cooks. Writing Paper, Ink, Hardware,
Pocket Knives. Combs, sec. Sec. Itc.
Hekseps in fact everything appertaininj to a first
Cii'ocery and Variety Store.
He is determined noC to be undersold. All kinds of
produce taken at the
HIGHLIT MARKET PRICES.
Having Just received anew stock, the people are
earnestly invited to call and satisfy themselves. By
strirt attention to business, be hopes not onlv to ru-
tain bis pa-.rouage but to increase it- lie feels thank
ful for past favors, and with many years experience
in tbe business, he feels confident be can render sat
isfaction to all who favor him With their patronage.
JOHN K GlttTON,
Bloomsburg. June -20, 1366.
499 Broadway, New York.
T'llrl ATTENTION of the public and the trad i
1 invited to our NEW MM Lfi, SEVEN OCTAVE,
ROSEWOOD PIANO FORTES, which for volume
and purity of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto of
Cored in this market. They contain all the modern
improvements, French grand action, barp pedal. iron
frame, over-strung bass, etc-, and each instrument
being made under the personal supervision of Mr.
J. 11. Gbovistieh, who has a practical experience of
over tnirty years in tiieir manufacture, is fully war
ranted in every particular.
TlE' GROrt:STEFjr PIAJfO-FORTET
Baoatvso tbk b:ohest iwiid or merit at tub cele
brated World's Fair
Where were exhibited instruments from the best
niakers of ondon. Paris, Germany. I'hiladclphia,
bultimore, Boston and new York ; and also at the
American Institute for fve successive years, the
Gold and Silver Mxals from both of which can be
seen at our ware-rooms.
By tho iutroduction of improvements we make a
still more perfect Piano-forte, and by manufacturing
largely, w ith a stiictly eah system, are enabled to
offer the e instruments at a price which will preclude-
Our prices are from $1U0 to $200 cheaper than any
first cIsks Piano-forte.
TERMS. Net Cash in enrrent funds.
Descriptive circulars sent free:
July J I, 1C66. ly. H. at P.
Eij'j Columbia Co. fia.
T he undersigned having become sole proprietor of
ibis well known and conveniently located stand,
respectfully informs bi friend, and the public in
general, that he has put his houe iu complete order
for the accommodation of boarders, and for the recep
tion and entertainment of travellers who may feel
disposed to furor it with their cutom. No expense
has been spared in preparing this Hotel for th-eiiifr
tain me i I of gnevts, and nothing IjoJ1 be wanting, on
hi p rt. to Hiinislar to tbeir personal comfort. The
location, as well as the buildm. ii good one, and
all together is amply arranged to please the public.
Hspy. April 11, l806.-tf.
IJLOOMSCUKG FA-NCI' TRIMMING
A31D BOOK STORE,
Second dcor below Uartmaa's Xaia Street.
Just received, a new stock of
ZEnitHS, WOOLEN AD COT
TON YARNS, COB2ETS,
MUSLIN, EDGINGS. DEES3
and every variety of articles usually kept in a
A'sPcuonl Hooks. Hymn Hooks. Titles, Sunday
School l!oKs. and a large h-t of
Account and Memorandum Books, Blank Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgages, an J a general and well-seUct-ed
assortment of Paper, Envelopes, 4te.
A. D. WEBB.
Bloomsburg, June 20. 1SC6. -tf
T CI 85 K E A T C A US E
VWroh JUST published, in a sealed enve
-" lope. Trice C cents. A lecture on the
nature-, treatment and radical cure of
Seminal Weakness or Spermatorhoea.
Induced by Self-Abuse; InvolnnUry Emissions. 1m
notenrv Nervous Uebihty and. Imp dimeuts to
Marriase generally ; Consumption, t'pilepsy, and
Fits : Mental and Physical Incapacity, fee. By
Robert J. Culverwell, M, 1- author of th-s 'Green
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lee
iure. clearly proves from bis own experience, that
the awful consequences or pen-Abuse may be en.cl
ually removed without Medicine, and without dan
gerou surgical operations, bougies, instruments,
rjn;s, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at
once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer,
no matter bat his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately anJ" radically. This Lec
ture will prove a boon to thousands and thousands
Sent under seal to any address, in a plain envelope.
on receipt of six cents, or two postage rtamps.
Also Pr. Culverwell'a .Marrige Guide, price 25 ecu is.
Address. Cll AS. J. C. KLINE l CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, I'. O. bos 43d
October 17, 1S66. ly Peas St Co.
QUR STARCH GLOSS
Is the only Arlicle.flsed by
First Class floteU, EamifJ.
l ies, and Thousands ol
Ea mi lit-s.
It gives a beautiful polith, making the iron pasa
smoothly over tbe cloth, saving mdch tme and labor.
Goda done up with it keep clean much longer con
sequently wilt not wear out so soon.
It make Old Linen look like New.
OUR IMPERIAL BLUE
la rnr Burn the Woslo.
It is soluble in bard aa w-ll as soft water. It Is
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is HarrauteU not to Streakf tbe
Agents wanted everywhere, to whom we ofTr ex
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So. Sia Fultan St.. Ksw York.
September 36, J6M. 4ai. A& Co.
Manufactured to order at H EURICO jMILL, Rosa
Township, Luzerne County, Pa-,
Oak, EI cm lock, maple, 5a,
FINE, POPLAR AND BEACH. tc for Sle at the
MILL, or delivered at any point on the Railroad,
reached or connected with it.
(L- Address, tbe subscriber, at Wvoming. Le
xeme Coonty.or JAMEd JACKSON, the Sawyer, at
Tbe MM Property, with twa-Haases, Barn and oth
er improvements, surrounded by about 1430 Acres of
Laad, 13UU of which remains heavily timbered, i
avow fur sale at a bargain, by
nHHE PERUVIAN SYRUP '
-- IS A PROTECTED SOLUTION OP THE
Protoxide of Iron,
a new discovery in medicine which
STRIKE3 AT TH F! DfulT fir rtiaoao n
supplying the Blood with its vitaiT prihci'fle, or
I ., t B MWMV I D i kM
Thi is the secret of the wonderful success of this
riueuy in curing
Djspepdia, Liver Oomplairit, Dropsy,
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or accompanied by Debility or
low trtatc of the
Being free from Alenhni ., rv.n - ... :.
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New Life inte all partsof tbe ystem, and bunding
up an IRON CONSTITUTION. "
DYSPEPSIA AND DEBILITY
From the Venerable Archdeacon SCOTT. P. O
Dunha. Canada Eat. March 24, IHt5.
l'l am an inveterate Dyspeptic of more
than 35 years xtandlng."
"I have so wonderfully benefitted in the
three short weeks daring which I have uned the Pe
ruvian drrup.that lean scarcely persuade myselfof
the reality. People who have known me are aston
ished at the change. 1 am widely known and can
but rccommeud to others that which haa done so
much for me "
A CASE OP 27 YE R8" STANDING CURED
rrou, INSLEV JEVVETr.No.15 Avon Place .Boston
"1 Iiava sutlered. and sometimes severely for 27
years, from dyspeptic, I commenced taking the Pe
ruvian Hyrup, and found immediate benefit from it
In tbe course of three or four weeks I was entirely
relieved from my sufferings, and have enjoyed unin
terrupted health ever since." yeuuniu
AN EMINENT DIVINE OF BOSTON PAYS -
I have been using the Peruvian Syrup for some
time past ; it gives me new Vigor.Buovancy of spir
its. Elasticity of Muncle."
77oiuand, have bten ckanStd by Ike rue of this remedy
from vtak, euktf. suffering creatures. ( elrang.ktalthy
amd kappa men and women; and invalids cannot reanoua
tg kesitate to gitt tt trial,
A pamphlet of 32 pages containing certificates of
cures and recommendations from some of the most
eminent pbyslcians, clergymen, and others, will be
sent rREE toauy address.
0"See that each bottlehas Perovim Strop blown
in the class.
FOR SALE BY
J. J. DtlfSMOHE, Proprietor, 36 Dey ft New York
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
All Medical Men agree that IODINE is the BEST
nwifcur lor scruiuia and all kindred d nouses ever
discovered. The difficulty has been to obtain a Pure
Solution of it.
Dr. II. Anders' Iodine Water
Is a Pure Solution of Iodine. WITHOUT A SOL-
VFNT I ! Containing a Full Grain to each ounce of
A most Powerful Vitalizing Agent and
has cured and will cure SCROFULA in all its mani
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Price $1.10 a boUie, or C for $5.00
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For Sale by
J. P. DI.NSMORE, 36 Dey St. New Y
And by all Druggists.
yiSTAR'S BALSAM OF
HAS BEEN USED FOR NEARLY
HALF A CENTURY,
with th? most astoui.-hing success in curing
Coughs, ColJ:,lIoar.-euesi, Kore Throat
Influenza, Whooping cough, Croup,
Liver complaint, Bronchitis, LiS
culty of BreathiDff, AstLma,
al ever y affec
THE TIMOAT,LUNUS $ CHEST.
wliieh carries cfT more victims than any other dis
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a greater extent than any other innlady. often
YI ELDS TO TH 13 REMbD Y
when all others prove ineffectual.
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Rapid in Relief, soothing in Effect, safe in its Oper
IT IS UNSURPASSED !
while as a preparation, free from noxious irtrertinent
poisons, or minerals ;inlting skill, scirne.ai:d meiii
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and is entitled, .merits, and receives the general con
fidence of the public,
SEYMOUR THATCHER, M. D.,
of fierman, N. Y.. writes as follows :
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and cleanring the lun;s,and allaying irritation thus
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and leaving the cause behind. I consider the liaisam
a, go d as any, if not the best, Cough lue-iciue with
which l am acqunititea.
Rev. Jacob Secoler, of Hanover, Pa
Well known and much respected anion? tbe German
population in tbis country. makes the following elate-
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Dear Sirs Having realized in my family impor
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ion v istaks DALfis of w ild L.HERRT it atlords me
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years ago one of my daughters see.ued to b in a ile
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ed 1 then procured a bottle of your excel lenr K.-ilay:.
and before she had takn the whole of the contents of
tbe bottle there -was a great improvement in her
ncaitn. i nvve.in my inuiviauai case made frequent
use oi yourvaiuaoie meaioine.aua nave always been
benefitted by iu
Trice One Dollar a Bottle.
FR SALE BY
J. P. DIN9MORE. 36 Dey Street. New York
BETU W FOW1.E, . boN, Proprietors., Boston.
AliD BT AtX DKUOejTS.
CURES CUTS, BURNS, SCALDS. .
Grace's Celebrated Salvo
CURES WOUNDS.BRUISE3, BPS A INS.
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CURES BOILS, ULCERS, CANCERS.
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CURES 8 ALT RHEUM. ERYSIPELAS.
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CURES CHAPPtD HANDS. CHILBLAINS,
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HEALS OLD SORES .FRESH WOUNDS, fcc
Itia prompt in action, removes pain at onec. and re
daces the most angry-looking swelling and imfla
mauona. as if by magic thus ajlordimg relief and a
Only 23 earn box I (Sent by mail far U cents,)
For Sale by
J. P. mVORg 30 Dey HruH,w Tork.-
JgARGALNS IN WATCHES.
The UNION WATCH CO., aoanafaetarers, M9
Broadway, New York. ofTsr their entire sioek at less
than cost, for cash. Tbi. affords a rare opportunity
for dealers wishing to replenish for boHday trade, to
select from a great variety unsurpassed for richness
nf rieaie . iimk,iiniii nnl it ica. and real worth.
POLDlEftS" WATCH Ed, Europesa made, in Stout
Silver and Cold Plated Cases warranted cor re, t
time-keepers beautifully engravea. wnne uiai anu
fancy finished haiias ; a superb ornament. Trice, per
case of six. t). The samo.gold plated, per case of
ix. 4S. SOLD ONLY BY THE CASE! We do not
deviate from this rule upon any couilition.
HUNTING SILVISB. WAKIlliS, bnglisb move
ment, perfectly adjusted, and warranted correct time
keepers ; beautifully engraved stout double cases,
white dial and fancy cut bands bold only by the
esse of six. p. ice $37. Tbis is tbe cheapest really
good article in tbe market, furnishing a stout hunt
ing durable watch, which WILL KEEP GOOD Tl.V L
at a MODERATE PRICE In justice to mauy retail
dealers whom we are supplying, these watches will
not be sold to any one at retail, or in any quantity
leva than a case of six.
GOLD PLATED WATCHES. 18 K. plate, 'same
movement as above, and i.- precisely the same style
of watch, with the exception that these are heavily
plated on composition metal. Price, per case of six,
557, Sold only by the cKe I
HUNTING SILVER WATCHES, in superior fin
isheJ cases, full engraved, s ic.i that reailjlv sell at
retail at from $io each upward-, per enseof si,J7-i
Same in gilt casus, per half dozen, STi. Sold ouly
by tbe Case 1
Improved Heavy Silver Duplex Chronome
ters infullj ruby action movement.
Those wishing a superior time-piere, that can be
relied upon in all seasons and weathe rs. should buy
this, ror Railroad men and others requiring an ac
curate lime-piece this it unsurpassed. Cased in best
liver in m handsome aud durable manner, per ease
of nx. $-204. A ample will oe sold for Sii. Thse
watches retail at from $T5 to 93011
AMERICAN WATCHES. OF OUR OWN MANU
FACTURE AND WARRANTED.
Two ounce Silver Cases. Have the best running
apparatus of any watch ih existence. Per case of six
8IH0. Singlt one t-U. Retail at til) anu upwards.
Also Gold and Silvei Watches, a superb stuck of
silver ware, and gold, plated and Gill Jewelry for
Country Merchants. Pedlars, Jtc.
Goods sent to any part of the country by Express,
C- O. D to be paid for when received. Order atones .
No advances required. Send for Circular.
UNION WATCH CO.,
14'J Broadway, New York,
October 10. 18..
JKW QOAL y
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens
of Bloomfburg and Columbia county , that they keep
II the dilfereut numbers of stove coal an J selected
lump coal for smithing purposes, on their wharf, ad
joining McKelvv, Nee.1 AtCo's Furnace ; with a good
pair Buffalo scales on the wharf.to wei;h coal, bay and
straw .iKcwisea nor.e ami v agon, to deliver coal
to those who desire it. As we purchase a large
amount of coal, we Intend to keep a superior article,
and sell at the very lowest prices. I"leae call and
examine for yourselves before purchaingelewhere
J. W. IIKNUtP.iHOl'.
rpHE undersigned will take, in exchange for Coal
1 and Groceries, the following named articles :
Wheat. Hye, Corn, Oats. Potatoes, Lard, l.'nm.bhoti
der, and side meat. Butter, Bgg.o. Hay. fcc, at the
bighestcash prices, at his Grocery Store, adjoining
their coal yard. J. V. HtADLKSHUT.
Bloomsburg, April 2.5, ldiiti, ly.
JJ UliUUJlOuUIlU, CO-
JSLUMBIA CO., PA.
s7i B'lj HE subscriber, proprietor
S uak r WtXFli of lhe ahwve named e
m 'kI E tensive establishment, is now
JAJiUteJ prepared to receive orders
All Kinds of Machinery,
for CoMeries, Blast Furnaces, Stationary Engines,
MILL:. THRESHING MACHINES. &C. &.C.
He is also nrDared to make Stoves, all sizes and
ialterns. p!ow-irons, and everything usually made in
His extensive facilities and practical workmen, war
lanthiniin receiving the largest contracts on tbe
m t rejsonable terms.
jy Grain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
This establishment is loca.ed near tbe Lnckawa-
na A- Bloomsburg ttaiiroaa uepoi.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 12. I6G3.
C. HOWE R,
RFSPEC'TFULLY offers hia nrnre..
ional services to the ladiea and emtio
riA men of rii.iomstiurgand vicinity. He i
L ' rirenared to attend to all the i,ln
operations in the line of his profession and is provided
wilht'ie hitest improved PORCFJJtlJH TEJCTf; which
n il liin -terted on golu.platiua. silver and rubber ur
tolookw ll as tbe liatuial teeth.
Ml ler-il plate and blix-k teeth manufactured ar all
0 er'tionson teeth. carefully and properly attended to
Kricnce and office a few doors above the Court
II iii-e. same side.
El jo.iibburg, June 6 1SG3
A. J. EVANS'
ear!y opposite the Episcopal Church.
C:OrHlNG OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
" 1 Y stock is composed cf fine clothing, medium
it I and low priced adapted to all conditions,
tastes and wants. He has the latest styles for the
season a fine assortment of
Overcoats and Gentleisen's Shaw.s,
from low to the very best
tits Goods are lathiunfible and well Made.
Iu addition to my stock of ready-made clothing, I
have piece goods for custou orders,
And having one of the first class cutters. I gtiaran
te a fit m all eases and give satisfaction. AI.o a
UCOLLX AM) LIXKX MiIRTS,
Btockin?, Nr-ekti:-. Collars. Stocks. Handkerchiefs
everything in th.. tentlemen- line of clothing.
Also, Hats, Boots aud tiojn, Trunks aud Carpet
I will s.ll at the lower t Market prices. Please give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
ANDREW J. EVANS,
Rlnoirtgburg, Nov. 15, 15C6.
tr 1 IKIl YUAIl! We
VA,U U ajrents evtry wher
our imnroved 20 Scwinr Machines. Three
kinds. 1,'nder and upper feed. Warranted five
years. Above salary or larre commissions paid.
The ONh Y raacnines in tbe United Stiles for less
than St1), whicq are fully licensed by Hon . Wtiml
cr & Wi son. GrOvr & Baker. Si nger 4. Co.. and
Bacheldcr. All other cheap Machines are lnfrine
luentsand the seller or usei are liable to arrest, hire
and imprisonment. Circulars free. Address or rail
upon Shaw & Clark, Biddeford, Me., or Chicago 111.
Deeesuhar 30. 1SC5. ly.
j 00,000 SHINGLES & A LARGE
LOT OF FECNING BOARDS I OR
sale. The undersigned offers for sale upon the
most rvasonahle teruia, at his place of business, in
HEVrON. COLUMBIA COUNTY, one hundred thou
sand shingles and a large lot of fencing boards, of
the very best quality, both pine and hemlock.
J. J. AlcriJiNRY.
Benton, May 9. I8A6.
W. c. nEftezET,
SCO. W. CaarEXTEK.
G. XV. CAUPEMER, HEXSZE V & CO.
737 Market St. one door below eth, Ppiladklfhia.
DRUGS'. MPDICINES. CHEMICALS.
TAIMi, OILS. GLA;-S. VARNISHES, DYE?,
And every other article appertaining to the
business, of the best quality, and at tbe
lowest Market Rates.
March 2?, I860.
In Sbive't Building, on Main Street.
luforms the citizens of Blooinsburg and vicinity that
he has opined a New
in this place, where he invites hit old friends and
customers to call and partake of his refreshments.
It is his intention to keep the best
LAG EE BEER AND ALE,
constantly on hand ; Also. Porter. Sarsaparilla. Min
eral Water. Fancy Lemonades. Raspberry and Lent
on tyrups, can always be bad at his Restaurant.
Iu the eating line he presents a
not surpassed in this place; viz. Pickled Oysters
Clams, Sardines- Fish, Barbecued Chicken, Pickled
Tripe and Beef Tongue, A.C, eVc. lie also bis a good
Cigars and CJiewing Tobacco
for his customers. 0 Give him a call.
Bloomsburg, Jane W, 1806.
T I CU I ITCH ! 1TCU !
J S3RATCH ! SCRATCH SCRATCH !
Will Core The Itch in 48 floors.
Also cures SALT RHEUM. ULCERS, CHIL
BLAINS, and all ERUPTIONS OP THE SKIN. ?rire
50 cents. For sale by all Druggists. By tending 60
cent to WEKE.S ec rOTTEK.Sole Agents. 178 Wash
' i 1. 1 i m in.ii" nn.it iiU4qJat' s ZiLf. Trvjr"
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $150,
Ftock not called in,
it k 5 20 Bonds. ...
Temporary and call loans,
. '. ... ; f-..k- Cfnb
103 shares Wyoming
m snares rirsi nuu' "- - -
70 shares Second National Bank at V ilkes-Barre 7
IU BUBrCl ,1 ii.ci-vuu. - - - ft
no-il P.tatp. - - - I
'Judgments, - - " "
Due from A;ents and omers, ... ,
Cash in hand aud in Bank. - 1
O. M. HOLLENBACK, L. V. SHOEMAKER.
JOHN RtUCHARD. H. M. HOYT,
SAMUEL WADHA1S, O. .OLLINS,
CHARLLS DORRANCE. Wit. S. ROSS,
R D. LACOB CHAR LE A. MINER,
Si EWART PIERCE, G M llAHunu.
G. M HOLi.EAL.iv. rrestaevz.
L. D. SHOEMAKER. Vice Vrcs'l.
R. C. SMITH. SxcRATAkT. "
r. linutv IV, Agent,
March 25. 13G5 - U'sburg, Pa.
QREAT IM FRO VE3IEN T IN
Empire Shuttle .Tliichinc !
8ALE!RX)M3. 536 Broadway. N. Y.,
250 Warbincton tt eet. Boston.
921 Che-nut Street. Philadelphia,
PATENTED FEB. 14. IbOO.
nillS MACHINE is constructed on entirely new
X principles of mechanism, possessing many rare
and valuable iuipn vements. having been examined
by the most profound experts, and pronounced to
Simplicity and Perfection Comhined.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular action,
makes the LOCK or SHI TTLE STITCH, which will
neither Rll tor RAVEL, and is a'ike on both sides :
performs pprfect sewing on every description of
material, irom i-caiuer i ine imei nausuoa, luusnn.
with cotton, linen, or silk thread, from the coarsest
to the finest number. Having nrunertAH oruuu
WUCEU and the least possible friction, it runs as
smooth as glass, and is
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT, less power to drive
it than anv other machine in the market. - A girl
twelve years of age can work it steadily, wltnout
fatigue or Injury to neauu
"- Us Strength and wonderful Simplicity of Construc
tion renders i'. almost iu)poBible to get out of order.
and is GUARANTEED by the company to give eu
We respectfulry invite all those who may desire to
SUDDIV tnemseives wiin a suneri' r aiunir, iu tumo
and examine this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
One half hour's instruction is sufficient to enable
any person to wcik tbis machine to their entire sat
Agents wanted for all towns i l the United States
where agencies are not already established. Also,
for Cuba. Mexico. Central and South America, to
whom a liberal discount will be given.
IMPIRE SEWING MACHINE MF'G CO..
53ti Broadway. X. Y,
TOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT.
Announces to his many friends and numerous t n
t oiner that he continues the above business at his
old place of business ou MAIM biUl.El, ULUWli
n i ii n
His customers and others can be accommoditcd
ui ail aiuua, ci"i cji int. mcj.'tu tisij
article louiiii in an well reguiaiea Mint' f
AMI TINWARE, I'sTA Bl.ttUMLNTS in the cities
and on the mot reaKonable terms.
SPOUTING, for bouses and b rn. will be ou
up on short notice. Also, all kinds of repairing dune
promptly anu uoon nocrai terms.
He also keeps on hand a lirze supply of Milk
l ain, of ditlereut sizes and prices ; besides a fine as
sortuient of Fisher's Patent felt-Staling Fruit Pre
ser vhiz cans, ijive tiui a can.
July IS. l-CC tf.
JATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
J. V. Dradley's ( elcbralcd Patent
(OR DOUBLE SPRING)
Tbe Wonderful Flexibility and grent c.-inaf rt a n J
pleasure t any Lady wearing the Implex Elliptic
rkirt will he experienced particularly in a LI cmwjeu
AsseinDiies. uperas, varri ijfes, uaiiroail .ars. Arm
t'hairs, Clurch Pews, for Promenade and House
Dress, as tlm kirl can be folded w hen in use to oc
cupy a smnll place as easily and conveniently as a
hilK or Vuolin Dress, an invaluable quality in crin.
oiine, not found in any Single Spring Skirt.
A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort; and
"rr.it convenience of wearing the Duplex Elliptic
r-teel Spring tkirt for a single day, will never after
wards willingly dispense with their use. For Chil
dren. Missis and Voung Ladies they are superior to
They will not bend or break like the Single Spring,
but will preserve thcii perfect and graceful shape
when three or fur ordinary Skirts Hill have been
thrown aside as useless. The Hoops are covered
with ilouble and twisted I tire and tbe bottom roils
are not only double springs, but twice (or doablu)
covered ; preventing thcui fioui w earing out w hou
dragging down stoops, stairs, tc.
Tbe Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite w ith all la
dies and is universally recommended by the fashion
Magazines as the STANDARD SKIRT OF FI1E
FASHION A I! LE WORLD.
To enjoy the following inestimable advantages in
Crinoline, viz : Superior quality, perfect manufac
ture. slylih stupe and finish, flexibility, a.! nihility,
comfort and economy, enquire for J. VV. Citiiiuf 'i
Duplex Elliptic, or Double Spriug Skirt, and be sure
you g"t the genuine article.
CAUTION. To guard against IMPOSITION be
particular to NOTICE that skirts ottered as")L'
I'LLX" have tbe red ink stamp, viz : "J. W. lirad
ley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs." upon the waist
band none others are genuine. Also Notice that
every Hoop will admit a pin passed through the
centre, thus revealing the two (or double) spring
braided together therein, which is the secret ot their
fljxibilily and strength, and a combination not to be
found in any other skirt.
FOR SALE in all Mores where FIRST CLASS
skirts are sold throughout the United states and
Manufactured bv the Sole Owners of the Patent,
- WESTS, BRADLEY at CAR Y,
CTT'bnmbers & 79 4. el Reade talk., N. Y.
October 10, lsitt. liu
TEW STOVE AND TIN SLI0P.
ON MAIN STREET. (NEARLY OPPOSITE
MILLtU S cTOKt.J BLOOMSBCR ,, PA.
THE undersigned hat jtst fined up, and opened,
STOVE ASD'TIiY SHOP,
in this place, where he is prepared to make np new
TT WARE of ill kinds in his line, and do repair
int. with neatness and disp itch, upon the most rea
sonable terms. He also keeps on hand STOVES oi
various patterns and styles, which he will sell upon
terms to suit ourcbasers.
Give hia. a oil. He is a gooj mechanic, and de
serving of itt pnb'lc patronage.
Blooinsburg, Sept. 9, 13fl6. ly.
Office over liar (man'' t Store, ovpotite Post Office
itteoaieftarg-, April . 1SQ6 . U.
.11 PER. Having thoroughly overhauled my Pa
per Mills at Mill Grove, near Bloomsburg. Columbia
County, Pa.. I am now prepared to 611 at orders for
Wrapping, Dry Blastrag and Water Pronf Paper, on
short notice and fair prices. I have opened a ware
house in Wilken-Barre, and appointed Joseph Brown
of the firm el Kr own. Gray. Co., my agent tod repose
of my paper in Luzerne Coanty.
Bloomsburg. Sept, 16. 1965.
A IT1 0 ft T EI ! Agents wuted
f yrfjytajaasMgarrs. jnst ernt. Ad.
JV etc StocJzqf Clothing.
Spring and Summer Goods.
INVITRS sttcntion to bis stock of cheap and fash
ionable Clothing at his Store, on
MJilN STREET, BLOOMS BURG,
two doors above the Jimtrican House.,
where he has just received from New York and
Phi ladelpbia, a full assortment of
ITleii and Boy's Clothing,
including the most fesbionable, durable and hand
seme, DitESS GOODS, consisting of
liox, Sack, Frockt Gum and Oil Cloth
Coals, and rants.
of all sorts, sizes, and colors. He also has replen
ished his alieady large stock of Fall and Winter
Shswta; Ktriped. figured and plain Vests, shirts,
cravats, stocks, collars, handkerchiefs, gloves, sus
penders and fanry articles.
N. It. He has constantly on hand a large and well
selected assortment of Cloths anJ Vestings. .which
he is prepared to make up to order, into any kind of
clothing on very abort notice and in the best of man
All his clothing is made to wear and most of it is
of home oinnufaclurs.
A N D
Of every Description. Fine and Cheap. His Case of
Jewelry is not surpassed in ibis place. all and ex
amine his geueral assortment ot Clothing, Watches,
Jewelry, &ic. Ac.
DAVID LOV fc.MJLUU.
Bloomsburg, April 30. I&&).
NEW TOBACCO STORE.
II. II. 11 UNSBERG ER,
Main Street, below the li American House"
Where he keeps on hand, and furnishes to tbe home
and coutit-y trade, a t Philadelphia (lowest) prices,
FIXE ( UT AX I) PLUG TOBAlfCS,
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS, all kinds of
v ;uei.; TOBACCO,
Snuff, Meerschaum and Briar Wood Pipes, and all
articles pertaining to hi trade
Those small retail dealers in cigars and chew,
ing tobaccos, would do well to gtte buna call, in
stead ol sending to ths cities for every article tbey
need or purchasing of these country pedlars.
November -I. lebb. dm.
Lackawanna Bloomsburg Kailioad.
TWO DAILY TRAINS. a
ON AND AFTFR NOVEMBER 27, JSC"!, TAP
BENCER TRAINS WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS:
L E A V E SOUTHWARD
P M P M
Leave Peranum, 4 4i
Kingxton. 6 1(0
Arrive at Northumberland 9.50
LEAVE NORTH WARD.
Leave Northumberland, 7.1)0
" Danville, 7-40
A: M for Scranton
Arrive at Scranton. 12 40
Trains leaving Kingston at 9.30
connect with 1 rain am vine at
New York at 5.S0
Leaving Norlliumhe'ltnd al A M.and Kingston
2 30 P. M , connect with Train arriving at New York
at 10.55 P. M.
Passenger taking Train South from Scranton at 5 5il
A M via Noiihuniberland.reath Harrishurg i 30 P M.
Baltimore 5 30 P M.. Waxhineton Itt 00 P M via Ru
pert reach Philadelphia at 7 00 I' M.
11. A. FONDA, Pupi.
Kingston. No v. 25. 1865.
fepring fc Summer Medicine.
IODIDE OF LIME,
C. XV. PETTES, LOSTON,
JAMES R. MCKOLS L CO.
Man uffieturing Chemists,
ELIXIR PERUVIAN BARK
Protoxide of Iron,
Which has become so favorably known as a
TV.YiC J!.VD RF.HTOP.il ll'F..
Ev rhvsicians and Invalids in all pails of the ccun
The new preparation. "5irsapanl1a In combina
tion with LidliJe of Lime," presents one of the ui05t
prompt alterative agent,. jn a f0rin capable of exert
ing lull action upon the system, and this in minute
and pleasant doses. It is conceded tl al the altera
tive, resolvent, or tonic clfccts of loiline ari exert
ed moat decidedly wuen associitcd w ith ether alter
alive, in coinbixation : and the SarsapariMa secm
to fulfill perfectly all the favorable requisitions.
The first elf, ct usualiy observed li :u
"SAP.SAPAU ILLA WITH IODIDE OFLHIC"
is taken, is an increase of appetite shitwin; that it
has tonic properties of a m.irked character. Its al
teratrveeirecfsaremaniie.it in ill ready combine
lion with the blood aud tissues Pale. icrfulous
women and children improve rapidly under its ue,
and tho vitil fum tioim assume a cealiiiy condition.
It is admirably aiiaptej to a large number ot chrrn
ic or acute atlVrlious peculiar It children. It is suit
ed to them both by the mildness a nd efficiency of
medicinal eflV-ct aud the pleasaul, attractive form of
tne remedy. It may be given for a logg period where
constitutional inll.ieucas are deired, and no repug
nance, or disinclinat ou to lake the syrup, encoun
tered. In While f e 'ling. Hip-Joint Duca.e. and
Distortions of the J-piue, it s'uonl 1 b given p 'rsUt-t-ntly,
in moderate dobes, until relief is obtained.
In the Spring nf the Year, cad duri.ig the
the accumulation of morbid matters in tbe ay stem
seems to become manifest and very troublesome Las
situde, Headache. Boils, Costi vene;s, Los of Appe
tite, Pains iu the Joints, Iodigcslion, etc, are very
common. Nothing ever devised i bi tter adapted to
exterminate or d.-ive off these nff.-clion than this new
combination of SARSAfAUILLA WITH IUD1DE
Ve preparation like it, or tchith approzimrtcs to i) as en
Alterative, or Blood Purifier,
has ever before bten placed tcithin the rtack of invalids.
Indeed, it is an entirely tw and scikaT.nc combina
tion, iu no res ett tesemuliog anything hitliei to em
ployed. The opinion of medical men concerning it the de
scription of its chemical character, therapsutic val
ue, manner of u.e. etc.. are given iu a orculir,
which cau be bud at the store of ai,y and all first
Zj old iu Bloomsburg. wholesale atic retail, by
Ever & Mover, and all Druggists
June li, lntiC. 6ui.
JISS LIZZIE PETE RM AN,
Would announce to the ladies of Bloomiburg and
the public generally, ih&l too has just teceived from
the eastern ci'ies her
Spring ami Stuiiai.cr
consisting of all article s iisraUy found in first class
Millinery Mores. Her goods are of the beet quality
and among the most handsome and cheapest in the
market. Call and examine them for yourselves.
Nobody should purchase elsewhere before examin
ing Miso Petermau's stock of goods. Bonnets made
to order, on the shortest notice, or repaired.
Ptori on Main street. 3d door below the store of
Mendcnhall tc. Rupert.
Bloomsburg, May 2, ISCC tf.
ALL T) A 11211.
HE undersigned respectfully announces to tbe
nublie that he keen, rnnatnntlv on band, at bis
old stand, one door below Lutz's Drug Store.
Oil Cloth, and Psr"' Window Shades, Cords, Tas
sels and Fixtures, for Pictures., 4c, of the very
latest st les. and is prepared. to do all kinds of paper
hanging to order.
E. J. TH0RT0N.
Bloomsburg, April 4 ISfMi. tf
ATTOHIVEY - AT - LAW,
Office ojmo$Ue Post ojjict, over llarlman's store.
Back Pay, Bounty, Pensions and Gov
ernment claims promptly collected.
C Bloomsburg, Apr. 4, 'S.
J WILL CO TO
Horse and Cattle Powflnrfe
Ions; and tsvonbl
known, will that
and cleansing ths)
stomach and l&tas
It Is a sure pea.
ventlvs of all uUs
eases incident aor
this animal, such as LTJNO FZYiR, QLXXUEJm.
r t . r . i rr .-rt . .
I CLLUIV WA
CO IT OH 3, DIS
L0S3 OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, 4.C. Iu
use improves the
a smooth and
fclotsy skin and
transforms I k
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking and fptrltear
To keepers' of Cows this preparation Is InvaloaM.
It increases the quantity and Improves the quality'
V or the milk. It bar
been proven by ao
toal experiment var
lnc rease the qusxv- .
Uty of milk an
ereain twenty per'
cant, and aweke the
hatter frcra a -tweet
atUa, A sjlws t-sco
aa sppaths, looacne
. uieir nia, ana
nu-ea ttlem tir
In all di-eues of Swine, luch aa Conght, Ulcen ta
the Lungs, Liver,
e., this article
acts aj a specific.
By puninjr from
one-ha.f a paper
to a papr in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given In time, a eertha
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cent per Paper, or 6 Pa pen for tj.
S. ... FOUTZ Sc 3X0.-
WTJ0LKSAIE DR16 AND MEDICI UK DKPOT.
No. 11G Franklin St., Baltimore, T4,
For Bale by Ih-uggisU and 8tor aepen (krosuja
out the C&ited Statea.
y For sale at the Drug "tore of
EYJ1R J- MOYER
Bloonisburg, Jan. 0, lt-M. 12mo.
DR. W. H. WIIITMOR,
HAS been in anccessfol practice for a BSBtsi cf
years. ilh tbe experience of ths different hs
pilnl.in Europe, also a member of the Aasly.ieal
Mediral Institute of New YTk. contiiues to altaaud
to all profsssinnal ca.es at bis office No. S Filbert
S. N putent Medicines are nsed or rsaommaadad (
the remedies administered art those whieb will ms4
break rnwn the constitution, bat renovate tbe tys
tern from all injuries it has sustained fria asiaeral
medicines, and leave tbe system ia a healthy and
perfectly rur-d condition,
3. DVsPEP!I A. that distressing disease and fall
destroyer nf health and happiness, anderminiag kr
cou-tituti in Lnd ysaily carrying tboussnds to fut
timely graves, can most emphatically be eursd.
4. Melancholy, Abberration. that state ot Al!a
tion and weakness of the mind which renders pet.
sona incapable of enjoying tbe plsasurss or petfaira
ing the duties of life.
5. KH CUM AT I aM, In any form cr eondltlen.shrosa.
ia or acute, wnrrentcd rurabls.
C, El'l I.Kl'S V. or falling fickntif, all cbroalc f
stubborn case of
I ATsE 1SCASCS
radicaMy removed ; Pa't Bhsum and every dassrfp.
tion of ulcerations : Piles and scrofolous disss
whirh have baffled all previous medical skill, caa
cured by my treatment ; and I do say all disease,
(yes CoxscMFTion) can be cured by weariag my MadW
caied Jacket, which is a protection t tbe laagi
against all changes of weather in a:t elimatess hav
ing investigated f'r year tbe cause and character !
iiitermitrenls (fever and ague) in all parts ef the
Coiled States will cure perman.ntly all cbraaia sir
acute cases of ague aud nervous pueatst ia a fsw
taccrr Cured v ltbout the knife or firawl-j
Tape Worm, thai dread to the Hamas) FaaUly fbr
years, e in I e removed with two or thjse 4 saws of
my newly discovered remedy, warranted in all ease.
Consultation in the English and Germn Langaagea
free of charge. Will mako visit any distaste, if
desired M-iy be address by letter (confl Jeauallf.)
anJ Jieuicine sent with proper diretlioos t any
part ol ta 4 counlrv.
ot i- iu :.o, vt r nosri b- re av
April 4. 186r. Jy.
DR. J. R. LVANS,
Pbvsiciau acd Jurjfon,
!f AVI Nil Im-a erl ;rtrinatiiiy t.n Main
' Sift. HLOOV.SBl'KG !., would i
frrm the nubiic genera'ly . that h t is prsprarej to
attend to all huOnuss faithfully and punctually that
umy he imrusted to bis care, on tcr s commsasn
rate wiiu the tiuies.
Z7 lis pays strict attentiaa to Sirgsry as wrU
Nov.-i. 1 803,-ly.
M. M. TKAUGH,
A TTO 11 1 13 Y-A T-L, YV,
Will practice in ths several Courts of Columbia
and adjoining counties.
All Collections promptly attendeJ to.
June .'0, I bo6.
CHAS. G. BARKLEY,
Attorney at liair,
BLOOISIiURG, C0LlIBIA CO., Pi.
WILL practice in the several Courts of Columbia.
County. All lejal bnsiness intrusted ta hia
caie shall receive prompt attention.
"(See-On Main Mrcel, Exchange Buildlagi, rvf
BlfMimsbure. April 13. ICC4
gALlRl RV, BRO. & CO., .
Extensive Manufacturers and Importers of
Gold. Plated and Oreide Jewehj,
rOl.lD AND NICKEL
AJIKPU.VX, EXULIvH . SriSr
CASED LY OURSELVES,
And every desriiptioa of
Pancy Goods and Yankee Notions,
Especially aunpled anJ. deaigncd for Souther ad
Circulars and full descriptive Prico Lists ss-s
Agents wanted evervwhire. Address,
BALISRl'Br. KO. dt CO..
1 DOkRA MCE STREET,
Providence, R. L
fVtol.r gt. ".
OMNI BUS LINE.
T H E undersigned would respectfully annonnc m
J lhe citixeos of Lilooinsburg, and tbe public pc
erally. that tie is running
an oMMML'3 1.1 XE. be
tween this 1 lace aud tbedif- Jtti
fere lit Kail oad Depots dai- yy
ly. (Sun-lavs excepted) to
connect with the several Traias going South a Tsst
on the Catawissa and Williamport Bail Koad. and
with those going North and ciootu on the Lack. sV
His (MINI bl'S-ES are in food condition, eraon"
cious and comfortable, and charges reasonable.
7 Persons isbisg 1n meet or see their (Vivadr
depart, rcn he acrommodated. upon leasoarhla'
(barges, by leaving timely notice at any of the tie
JACOB L. GIRT0N,
Ploornsburg. Apiil 87, 1864
JQRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS.
Pure Medicine, at John R. M oyer's Drag Etar
corner oi Main and Markat Streets. A good assorrr-
Medicines, Taint. Oil and Varnisbos, always ow
bard, and will be sold cheaper than at aay ether'
Drt g Store in lawn.
Prescription carefully compounded at Meyer'
Ayers and Jaynes Medicine gold at Moyer' Drtrsr
Wuhart' Tar Cordial. Baksr's Cod Liver Of!,
Winslow' Boothi-ig Syrup, sold at oyer' Drag
For any reliable patent medicine, call alMoyefr
Leather of all kinds, wholesale and retail, at J.
Moyer' Drug Store, Bloomsburx, Pa.
Way 2,Ifi. tf.
BLANKS ! BLANKS M