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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUIIG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
A fuwtlnys stnco wo wcroilluliigwltli
n frloml who lmd gathered a bovy of
pretty girls nroiiml his hospltablo hoard,
mid during tlio meal wu received n
liuiKiituhlo cvldeiK'ioftho iguorauco of
our latter dny younc Indies of tho
first rudiments of making ruunu happy.
Wo spoko of eabbajro liuddiiii:, and
heavens I what a flutter Klght pretty
hands clasped at onco In holy horror j
eight bright eyes turned up their whites
in refined surprise, nnd eight rosy Hps
chorused in refined disbelief, "Cabbago
pudding! who over heard of such
If indeed, so bo that this comfortable
way of cooking tho vegetable, has passed
from tho memory of housekeepers, let
us recommend a trial of our recipe,
given merely from recollection : After
boiling tho cabbago well, placo it In a
baking pan with layers of crumbled
bread; butter, salt and black pepper
liberally used, sprinkled well on top
with grated cracker and bako gently
until a crust Is formed on top. Tako
our word for It nnd wc nro no mean
Judgo of tho crcaturo comforts It is
good and dcllcato enough In llavor for
tho finest lady that over fainted at tho
pinell of turpcntlno soap nnd then used
hair oil. l'dcrsburg ( Va.) Index.
How to Double the Value efSnw ril Shingles
Fir, hemlock and somo other kind of
fchlnglcs can bo mado to last about twico
as long as usual, by Immersing them for
a few minutes in strong lime water,
which lias about as much salt as will
readily dissolve in it. Old meat or ils
picklo will answer. In proof of this.
you will find that any old picco of n
mortar pen, or any wood Impregnated
with lime, will not rot readily. J. have
known common fir shingles, prepared
as above, to last well, raising twenty
years, on the fcido of a roof of a building
whereas, tho other sido shingled with
sawed iedar, without being put in lime
water, did not last as long. No sawed
shingles will last as long ns shaved.
My father's houso was shingled, 37 years
ago, with shaved pin, tho north sido
hardlyncedingrcshlngllngyct. It might
bo a benefit to many of your rodders to
hear from others who havo tried tho
above named experimont,'or it is quite
an extra cost to reshinglo onco in eight
or twelve years.
Heceliit for the cure of scab on Sheep.
To 1 pounds tobacco, add nbout 2
gallons water, and boil strong, reducing
to 1 gallons ; then add oz. salt petre,
21 oz. blue vitriol, 2J oz. wliito precipi
tate, 2 gillsof common orsoaft soaplgili
nut an Dolled together. In puttingln tho
toap, care should bo taken when first
put in as to foaming over, which it will
readily do, and should bo over a slow
fire, or whero it could bo readily hauled
off from tho fire. From ono to one and
a half gills is sufficient for a sheep. I'art
tho wool on tho back from tho noso to
near tho root of tho tail, and pour tho
liquid along tho back, which will run
down tho fchoulders and sides of tho
Feed plenty of sulpher and salt, to
cleanso tho blood. Onco doctoring has
mado effectual cnrcs.although I applied
it twice, as mlno had it very bad, at
an interval of about two weeks, not
withstanding onco might havo been
A PoiTcr-al Fertilizer.
Every farmer has soot at command,
whoso presenco In stove-pipes or chim
neys is not unfrequently tho causo of
fires, occasioning tho loss sometimes of
both property and life. This agent for
ovll is ono of tho most vauablo manures,
and nothing but tho most culpablo care
lessness and indiirerenco will suffer it to
remain a standing menace to lifo and
property when it can bo easily removed
and turned to good account in tho field
or garden. Twelve quarts of soot in a
hogshead of water will mako a powerful
liquid manure which will improvo tiio
growth of flowers, garden-vegetables or
root-crops. In cither a liquid or solid
state it makes an excellent top dressing
for grass or cereal crops.
InaeeU on Plants.
A gentleman who had many vears
cxpcrlenco as a florist, states that thoso
wiio aro troubled with insects on plants
In their dwellings, and who do not
prefer tho smoking out process would
do well to try tho following remedy,
wuicn iio na3 never Known to fall
Tako water heated to a temperature of
nbout ono hudrcd.and twenty decrees.
nndaftcr filling a syrbigo witli it, shower
tne plants copiously, and tho death of
tlio insects will certainly follow, and no
injury no caused to tho plants. An ox
cellent way to pre&ervo bounuets is to
occasionally clip tho ends of tho stems
that rest in tho water which will furnish
more nourishment to tho ilowcr.
A correspondent writes "I havo had
n pretty good'oxperienco of what it is to
run Into debt for a farm mid pay for it.
wo can raise better corn now than any
of our neighbors, but grain will not pay
for us to raiso nt present prices. Fat
toning cattle Is tho principal business In
this section, buying them In March, and
selling In September nnd October. Most
of tho cattlo fattened here, como through
Kentucky Agilciiltural College.
Tho Lexington Gazette says thnt
"thcro aro now ono huiidred and forty
11 vo students matriculated lnthlsdepart
ment of Kentucky University, and ns
boon as tho urrangeniculs are completed
which nro now In progress, two orthreo
times this flumbcr will bo accommo
Mce White. Cake.
I havo used tho following recipe, and
find It good: 2cups sugar 2 cups flour
J cup butter 3 cup milk with of 8
eggs i leaspooniui cream laricr j tea
Plough deep, that you may have
corn to soli and keep.
the younn Mollis.
Tho l'oi mill Hit Lion,
A Fox who had never seen n Lion,
when by clmnco ho met him for tho first
time, was fo terrified Unit ho almost
died of fright. "When ho met mm
iignin, ho was htlll nfrnld, but managed
to dlsguiso his fear. When hp saw him
tho third tlmo, ho wa? so much embold
ened that ho went up to him and asked
him how ho did.
Familiarity breeds contempt.
The Files nml the Itnliey-pot.
A pot of honey having been upset In
n frniw's shon. tho Flics camo around
it In swarms to cat it up, nor would
they movo from tho spot while thcro
was n drop loft. At length their foot
became so clogged that they could not
fly away, and stifled in tho luscious
sweets they oxclalmcd, "Miserable crca.
turcsthntwo are, who, for nn hour's
pleasure havo thrown away our lives 1"
A Mulo thnt had grown fat and wan
ton on too great nn nllownnco of corn,
was one dayjumping and kickingabout
and nt length, cocking up her tall, ex
claimed, "My dam was a Racer, and I
am finite as good as Mio ever was." But
being soon ucd up with her gallop
ing and frisking, she remembored nil at
onco that her siro was but an Ass.
Every truth has two sides ; it Is well
to look nt both, beforo wo commit our
selves to either.
The Ant nml the CJrnsshoppf r.
On a cold frosty day an Ant was drag
ging outsomo of tho corn which ho had
laid up in summertime, to dry It. J
Grasshopper, half-perished with hun
ger, besought tho ant to givo him i
morsel of It to preserve his life. "What
were you doing," f-aid the Ant, "this
last summer?" "Oh," said tho Grass
hopper, "I was not idle. I kept sing
ing all tho summer long." Said tho ant
laughing and shutting his granary
"Since you could sing all summer, you
may danco all winter."
Winter finds out what summer lays
The Fighting Cock nml the Englr.
Two young Cocks wero fighting as
fiercely ns if they had been men. At
Inst tho ono that lmd been beaten crept
into a corner of tho hen-house, cov
ered with wounds. Hut tho con.
qucror, straightway flying to tho top of
tho house, began clapping his wings
and crowing, to announce his victory.
At this moment nn Taglo, sailing by,
seized him in Ids talons and bore him
away; whilo the defeated rival camo
out from lus hiding place, and tool
possession of tho dunghill for which
they had contended.
The T.lon anil the Fox.
A Fox agreed to wait upon n Lion in
the capacity of a. servant. Kach for n
tlmo performed the part belonging to
his station ; tho Fox used to point out
tlio proy, and the Lion fell upon it and
seized it. But tlio Fox, beginning to
think himself as good a beast as his
master, begged to bo allowed to hunt
tho game instead of finding it. His re
quest was granted, but as ho was in tho
act of making a de.-ceut upon a herd,
tho huntsmen camo out upon him and
ho was himself made tlio pnzo.
Keep to your place, and your place
will keep you.
The Onc-cycil Doe.
iV Doo that had but ono cyo used'to
grazo near thn sea, and that sho might
bo tlio- moro secure from nttack, kept
her cyo towards tho land against tlio
approach of tho hunters, nnd her blind
sido toward tho sea, whonco sho feared
no danger But some sailors rowing
by in n boat nnd seeing her, nimed nt
her from tho water and shot her. When
nt her last gasp, sho sighed to herself:
"iH-iatcu crcaturo Mat i ami l was
safo on tho land side, whence I expect
ed to bo attacked, but find an enemy in
tho sea to which I most looked for pro
Our troubles often como from tho
quarter whonco wo least expect them
The I.ton nml the llotvmnii.
A man who was very skillful with
his bow, went up Into tlio mountain to
limit. At his approach there was In
stantly a great consternation and rout
among nil the wild beasts: tho lion
alone showing any determination to
light. "Stop," said tho bowman to him
"and await my messenger, who ha;
somewhat to say to you." With that
ho sent an arrow after tho Lion, and
wounded him in tlio side. Tho Lion
smarting with anguish, fled into tho
depth of tho thickets ; but a Fox, tec
ing him run, bado him tako couni;
and face his enemy. "No," said tho
Lion, "you will not persuade mo to
that; for If tlio messenger ho scuds is
so sharp, what must bo tho power of
him who sends it!"
The Wulf ami the Crnne.
A Wolf had got a bono in his throat
and In tlio greatest agony ran up nud
down, beseeching every animal ho me
to relievo him: atthosamo tlmo hint
Ing nt a very handsome reward, to tlio
successful operator. A crano, moved
by his entreaties and promises, von
tured her long neck down tho Wolf
throat, nnd drew out tlio bone. Sho
then modestly asked for tho promt:
reward. To which tho Wolf, gilniiing
and showing his tooth, replied with
seeming indignation, "Ungrateful
creature! to ask fur any other rowuv
than thnt you have put your head into
a olf'sjaws, and brought it safo out
Thoso who aro chnrilablo only in tho
hope of a return, must not bo surprised
If, In their dealings with ovll mcn,thoy
meet with moro Jeers than thanks.
A Tailor, who was bleating fell
through tho Ice, declared that ho never
would leavo hi t , "'" for a cold duck.
DRY GOODS, &c.
1 HANI) OPENING
Of 0I1ANI) OPENING
FA Mi AND WINTER 0001)8,
l'AUi AND WINTKIt GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
l'AM, AND WINTER GOODS,
rAI.Ii AND WINTER GOODS,
1 1 ATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS (AND CAPSJ,
hoots and miois,
hoots and shoes,
hoots and show,
BOOTS and hiiokh,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
TAINTS AND 011.1,
l'AINTS AND OILS,
l'AINTS AND OILS,
l'AINTS AND OILS,
l'AINTS AND OILS,
CHAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
(111AIN AND SEHIH,
GUAIN AND SEEDS,
GItAi:l AND SEEDS,
alcKELVY, NEAL A CQ.'S,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
McKELVY, NF.AliA CO.'S.
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
Nortliwcit corner of Main nnd Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main nnd Market Streets,
Norths efct corner of Main nml Market Sticets,
Northwest comer of Main and Market Slreets,
NorlUwi nt co rntr of Main and Markot fatrcets,
HLOOMHlllIRG, ' PA.,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAIIX,
IRON AND NAIIxI
In !srKfuantltic andV reJured inu-i, oTway
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HUG AND CI1UM1CAL STORE,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, FAINTS, FEnFUMEHY
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
KYEH & MOYEIt
respectfully Invito a rontlnunnca of patronage.
Tholr Drugs nnd Medicines nro nil selected with
tlio greatest cure, nrokllng ns much ns possioio
tho Introduction of delirious nostrums, nnd nro
purchased from tho best Importing houses In tho
of' nil lilnds, Including Ayer's, Jayno's, Hollo-
way's, IIostcttor'K, Wlslmrts, HooIlantlB, Ac.
constantly on hnnd.
COAL OIL AND ALCOHOL.
HAII1, TOOTH, NAIL, AND
FAINTS AND CHEMICALS
of cvciy variety, nnd of tho best quality.
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES.
Tlio public may lcly at nil times on procuring tho
nbovo articles, with nil tlio new useful prepara
tions kept In tho best conducted establishments.
and Family Receipts compounded with the great
est accuracy nnd dispatch.
17Ui:SII A1UUVAL OF NKW
I ; GOODS, Tho undei signed has Just arrived
from tho Clly with n largo assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oil", Vnrnlshes.and Dyo Stuffs,
neady-MadoClothlng, l'ci fnmery, Toy nnd Fancy
Articles, Druggist's Glassware, llrushes, Tiusscs
nnd Supporters, and n general assortment of every
thing that belongs ton well-appointed Drugstore.
Also Patent Medicines ofnll kinds, suchas Jayno's,
Aycr's, Wlsbart's, WJnslow's Soothing Syrup,
Drown' Troches, Swain's Panacea, linker's Cod
Liver Oil, llootland's Hitters constantly on hand.
MOROCCO LHATllEIl, KID, FRENCH MOROC-.
CO, FRENCH CALFSKINS. PINK
by the dozen or naif-dozen. Also
SHOE-FINDINGS, FISHING-TACKLE, Ac.
Having had n large experleneo In tho drug busi
ness, I would respectfully Invito thoso wishing
nnj thing In that line to cull and sco my stock bo
forepurcliaslngelsewhere. "In medicines quality
1, of tho llrst importance." J0N K MoyEn,
POYAL & IlOYElt,
GILI1ERT, ROYAL A CO.
Importers and Dealers In
DRUGfl, MEDICINES, PriCFX, FAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, DYIJ STUFFS, AC,
Nos. S09 and 311 North Third Street,
JOHN STItOUP & CO.,
Successors to Stroup A llrotbe r,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH,
No. SI North Whirves, nn 1 2 1 North Witter St.,
lAVEIl & Sl'ltANKLK,
WHOLESALE GROCERIES ANDCOMMISSION
Nos. 223 nnd 227 Arch Street,
gCHKLL, BEIlOKIt & CO.,
Ul..L,ltAlJ LUJUUSBIU .MHUllAiN in
FISH, SALT, CHEESE, PROVISIONS, Ac,
Nos. 122 and 121 North Wharves, above Arch St.
Solo agents for Wilcox's Wheel Grease, In bar
rels, kegs, and cans.
JORDAN A BROTHER,
nnd Dealers lu
SALTPETRE AND HRIMSTONE,
No DUO North Third Street,
QOTTKELL & AYKES,
wnoiesnio ueaicrs in
FISH, CHEESE, Ac, Ac,
No. 100 North Wharves,
second door abovo Arch Street,
JJ V. I'ETERMAN,
With LIFPINCOTT& TROTTER,
No. 51 North Water Streit,
nnd No. 20 North Dclawaro Avenue,
LOOJISUUKG FANCY TRIM-
MINO AND HOOKSTORH,
second door below Harlmiin's, Main Street,
Just received a new slock ot
ZEPHYRS, WOOLEN AND COTTON YARNS,
CORSETS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
MUSLIN EDGINGS, DRESS TRIMMINGS
and every variety of nrtlcles usually kept In a
SCHOOL HOOKS, HYMN HOOKS, DIUI.ES,
nnd n largo lot of
ACCOUNT AND MEMORANDUM HOOKS,
HLANK DEEDS, BONDS AND MORTGAGES,
nnd a general and well-selected assortment of
PAPER, ENVELOPES, Ac.
A. D. WEI1I1,
J R. I'URSEL, -
HARNESS, SADDLE, AND TRUNK
nnd dealer in
' CARI'ET-HAGS, VALISES, FLY-NETS .Ac,
Main Street, Rloomsburir, Fa,
rj.MIE UNION HOTEL,
Arch Street, between Third and Fourlh Streets.
CHRIST A WEIIER,
C'vrner of Ninth nnd Chestnut SlrecW,
II. W. KANAKA,
A GOOD MILCH COW,
Part Duiliam. Slin linsnflno calf thren week
old, nnd Is In all respects aitcslrnhlKharirnlii. For
pHruriunrs innuueai 1JI1 Ul FKE,
Msrrll 1, Hr7.
URRAII FOU CATAWfSSA!
THIS WAY FOR HARGA1NS.
Ooods to compare with stringency or tho money
market. Look nnd compnio prices beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Just cnll nt tho f.ivorlto busi
ness stand of
McNINCH A BHUMAN,
nnd you will bo met by tho obliging proprietors or
thelrclcrks.nnd shown through, their great variety
storo free of charge, of course. Thoy will glvo oil
n fair chance to spend your loose change, they
trust much moro profitably than It cnu bo Bpcut
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
this Spring is much larger in all Its varieties than
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
nro of tho nicest styles In market. They hnvo n
lino assortment of
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES,
SUMMER CLOTHS, CASSINE1S,
CAS9IMERES, AND VESTINOS,
nnd numerous nrtlcles common to such establish
ments, besides 11 general assortment of
HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWAHE,
all at greatly reduced prices. They wish to con
duct their business on tho system of
'TAY AS YOU GO,"
nnd they think they enn nll'ord to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for many past favors,
and nk tho future patronage of their former cus
tomers nnd tho public generally.
McNINCH A SHUMAN.
RMBRUSTER & BROTHER,
importers uuu jouueis ui
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
THREADS, SEWINQ SILKS,
TRIMMINGS, FORTH MONNAIES,
SOArS, TERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, AND
,lso Manufacturers of
BRUSHES AND LOOKING GLASSES,
nnd Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BROCMS, ROPES, TWINES, Ac
No. S00 North Third Street, nbovo Vine,
g L. BETTLE,
with VUSII, IIUNN A CO.,
No. 19 North Thhd Street,
,jy M. JIARFLE,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, OLOVFA AND
No. M North Third Street,
g J. LESTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, Ac-
No. 20 North Second Street, opp. an 1st Church,
JgARCROFT & CO.,
importers nuu jouuers in
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHS
CAbSIMERES, I1I.ANKLTS, LINENS,
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, Ac,
NDREWS, WIL1UNS & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
No. 503 Market Street,
JOSEPH S. DELL,
aiamnaciurer or ami wnoicsaio neater in
CLOTHINO, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND
No. 13 North Third Streot,
"yATSON & J ANNE Y,
Jmpoiters and Jobbers of
SILK AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
No. 323 Market Street,
QUR STARCH GLOSS
U the only artlclo used by
FIRST-CLASS HOTELS, LAUNDRIF.S, AND
THOUSANDS 01- FAMILIES,
It gives a beautiful polish, making tlio iron pass
hmoothlv over the cloth, saving much timi: and
lalxir. GoiHlsdono up with It keep clean much
louder, cuiisciiqeniiy w in nui w car out so soon.
IT MAKES OLD LINEN LOOK LIKE NEW.
OUR IMPERIAL BLUE
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
It ls soluble In hard as well ns soft water. It Is
put uplu tho safest, neatest, anil most convenient
mm! oi tiny oueieti to too punitc.
IT IS WARRANTED NOT TO STREAK Till
Agents wanted everywhere, to whomwooffe
CMiaordluary inducements. Addiess
NEW YORK STARCH GLOS CO.,
s;p22-t in-ii.ic 21S Fulton Hurt, New York,
JOWK, EUSTON & CO.,
Manufacturers und Wholesale Dealers In
COTTON YARNS, CARPET CHAINS,
11ATTS, WICKS, TIE YARNS, CORDAGE,
BROOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
LOOK'O G LASSES, CLOCKS, FANCY BASKETS,
TABLE, FLOOR, AND CARRIAGE
OIL CLOTHS, Ac,
No. 130 Mnilfet blleet, south side,
MEADVILLI- TIIKO LOG 1 C A L
M'liooi,. Tho Fall term began Scptcm
ber ,i. 1 ho Faculty of Instruction consUlsof lour
resident and toui-iioii-resldeut prulessors, and n
tutor, llienbji-i t N tn eilueato i iniug men lor
tho riirMlim Mlnlstiy. Tliero Isa preparatory
class lor lluiso w lui have not received it collcglato
i-ilui'iillnu. ono hundred and sixty dollars n year
nro granted lo beneilclarles. with an additional
mm In special cases. Tlio tuition, use of Llhraiy
uuu text-lioiilis, nrofiva to nil. Tho School wits
founded by the Unitarian mid Christum delimit!
nations, but Is npi-ii to all who bellevo lu tho ill
vlneoilglu or 1'hrMIaulty. Thu Library consists
Application may bo mado to Rev, A, A. Llver
iiioit;. President of tho Board of Instruction,
Meudvllle, Pa. liu17-ly
TOUVIN'H KID GLOVE CLEAN
W ER.-litabllshi-d 12 cars, Tho only t.,ni
nrtklii lor Instantly tlt-anliig Kid Glows. They
can be cleaned, while upon tho hand, and worn
Immediately, H is Inodoiotis, Ono boltlu will
elcali .H pairs. Prlto aici-nts, Retailed by ltmt
DrugclMs and Fancy Hloros. Wholcsalo bv He.
mas Harm A Co;, F, C Wills A Co., and "tbors,
Str Ysrlc, nv:i dm
TOBACO & SEGARS.
rplIE ONLY PLACE
to get tho best
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Ls nt IlUNGSDERGERS,
s, few doors below tho American House,
Ho lins tho largest nnd most select of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TODACCO
cvcrofTcred to tho citizens of Bloomsburg. All
the fancy brands of
nnd tin best Fine-cut nnd Flug
can be had nt his counters.
In great variety aro among his largo stock.
DON'T FORGET TO CALL.
H. H. HUNSHERGER.
JJAQEN, BOYD & CO.,
1U.u.uinmu.s .uL.utiwi.i Are,
nnd Wholesale Dealers In
LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
No. 01 North Third Street,
Consignors can forward ihetr stock "In Bond,,
without prepaying tho United States tax.
JJ W. RANK'S
W11U1.1.SA1.1J 1U1IAUVU, W.tJl-1 , A.MI
No. HO North Third Street,
between Cherry nnd Race, west side,
JTUSSELL & WOODRUFF,
Wholcsalo Dealers In
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, PirES, Ac, Ac,
No, 13 North Third Street, nbovo Mnrkot,
pRISimUTH, BROTHER & CO.,
WHOLESALE TOBACCO DEALERS,
No. 131 North Third Street,
flvo doors bolow Race,
Factories, Nos. 223 nud 223 Quarry Street,
J II. WALTER,
ljtto waiter tv Kaun.
Importer nnd Denier In
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWAIU3,
No. 231 North Third Street,
' betw ci-n Race nnd Vino
CARPETINGS, WINDOW SHADES,
OIL CLOTHS, MATS, AC,
No. 33 North Second Street,
(J. W. BLABON & CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES,
Warehouse, No. 121 North Third Street,
No. 12 North Third Street,
J V. LAMBERT,
with ROSS, SHOTT A CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, Ac,
No. 301 Market Street,
T0VDER KEGS AND LUMBER.
W. M. MONROE A CO.,
and dealers in nil kinds of
givonotlcoth.it they nro prepared toaecomodat
their custom with dispatch, nud on tho cheapes
jyILLER & HOST,
Successors to Franklin I'. Seltzer A Co.,
Importers and Wholcsalo Dealers In
LIQUOItS, WINES, Ac,
Nos. 110 nnd 112 North Third Street,
To Hotel nud Saloon keepers of lllooms.
burg nnd Columbia County. I havo appointed
Mr. II. Stolmer agent for tlio salo of my ale, jiortor,
brown stout, nnd Inger beer, who will supply you
at the same prlt-o (and with tho same nrtit-le), ns I
would furnish you from tho brewery. Knoowlng
that ho will be punctual and attentive to nil who
may favor htm with their trade, I solicit for hhu
your support. Very respect fully,
Steam Brewery, Reading, Pn
E. A II. T. ANTHONY A CO.,
Jlanulacturers of l'holograplilo Mateilals,
WHOI.l'SAI.K akii itnrAir,,
. 4111 BROADWAY, N. Y,
In nildltlolt to our innln Imslnevs of 1'llnTO,
GRAPHIC MATERIALS wiuire Headquarters lor
inn ii.iiuii iiiu, I . .
STEltEOisCUl'lM A STEREOSCOPin VIEWS.
01 AiuerU-au and Foreign Cities and I-atudscapcs,
uiuoim, niuiuary, eic.
sll.'llEOSL'llPIO VIEWS OF THE WAR.
nud forming it completo Photographic history of
ItlU Kit-ill l-Ollll-tl.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS,
Adapted for cither tho Magle ljintem or tho
nteteostope. tair uttaioguo win ue sent loiiuy
uuiiica-, uii n-i-i-ifa ui noiiiiii.
Wo manufacture, inoto largely than any other
nouse.aimut .ihi varieties iroin miceiits to &iU each
Our ALBUMS have tho reputation of being supu
1 lor lu beauty and durability lo any others,
Card Phutogiaphsof Generals, Statesmen, Actors,
Our Catuloiruo embraces over FIVE Timi'S
AND iUUt-ri-ut subjects, Including reproductions
of tho moat celebrated Engravings, 1'nluliugs,
Statues, etc. Catiiloguessi-nt mi receipt of stamp,
PJ lot omphersuud others orilei lug goods O.O.I).,
will pleasu remit lii per cent, of the amount with
if J- 'the prices nnd quality of our goods cannot
nil to sntlsly. novl7-ly
riMli: AMERICAN HAY KNIFE
L AND FORK. We tho undersigned citizens
oi Columbia County witnessed the tilal of bay
forks on tho farm of Mr, Puisel, in Hemlock
Township, on Monday, M"v 7, Iswi, Is-ttteen tho
Amcilcau Ray Knife and 1-iuk miiiitif.ietuitsl by
SI.IFER, WA1.IJS, H1IR1NER A Co., of Lewis'
burg, P.t., nnd tho Bunders Patent Hay Hook,
Tho Aincrlcnii Fork lilted more hay in ono
draught llian thu Rundcl in tluee. Wouresatls.
lied It u 111 tako as much bay into Hit mow ns two
ttood horses can draw, Wo nJso saw it culling
hay, mid think It cannot bo beat usit h.iy kulte,
and cbeerliilly rC-commcnd It tn tho best h.ty loik
and knltii w u have ever seen,
('. liirn..Nnr.NUEH, Du, F. f. ILvitmsoN,
. it, KtsiNs, John Dok,
John DEremtK, Iunii:i. Novkii,
H. IIIIII.KMII.I.EIt, SVI.Vl.STlUt PcltSKI,,
MitiiAEi, Hri.i.Eit, John Wni.i'.
Ihoy Hlso mniiiif.ii'tiiru Ilie celcbrali-d nuekova
I!enp(-nnd Mower, ml Mlisr iilculturnl Inipls.
IRON, TINWARE, &.C.
Illooinskatrg, Columbia County, Pa,
Tho subscriber, proprietor of tho nbove-t tnd
extensive establishment, Is now prepared r(.
eclvo orders for nil kinds of
MACHINERY FOR COLLIERIES, BLAST
FURNACES, ST ATI ON A Y ENGINES,
MILLS, THRESHIN MACHINES, Act
He Is nlso prepared to mako Stoves of nil sites
nnd patterns, Plow-Irons, and every thing usually
mado in first-class Foundries,
His extenslvo facilities and practical wotkrhen
warrant him In receiving ths largest contract 6n
tho most reasonable terms.
Grain of nil kinds will bo taken In exchange for
This establishment Is located near tho Lockt.
wanna und Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
.. .11. jiur,iir
anuounocs to his friends nud customors that
continues tnonuovo business nt his old placo on
MAIN STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
Customers can bo accomodated with
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, nnd every va
riety of article found In n Stovo and Tinware Es-
InlilUlimmit In lltnnlllna n,l n,i I1,ntiin.l
ablo terms. Hcpnlrlngdoncntthosliortostnotlcc,
23 DOZEN MILK-FANS
on hand for salo.
STOVES OF EVERY VARIETY,
nnd nil kinds of Castings, on hand or supplied ou
tho shortest notlco nud nt the cheapest rates.
COAL BREAKERS AND COAL SCHUTE3
pilCENIX STOVE DEPOT.
HEATERS, RANGES, AND STOVES,
Wholesale and Retail.
rATENT ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE,
for heating two or moro rooms.
PARLOR, COOKING, LAUNDRY, HEATING,
and every variety of STOVES,
JOHN I. HESS,
No. 310 North Second Streot, Phllndolplda,
importer nuu ucaior in
IRON AND STEEU
No. 00 Front Street,
1J. EORGE II. ROBICRTS,
Imiiorter nnd Dealer In
HARDWARE, CUTLERY', GUNS, AO..
No. 311 North Third Street, nbovo Vine,
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
B. H. STOIINER
hns fitted una
FIRST-CLASS EATING SALOON,
whom ladles and gentlomen can bo supplied wilo
tho dollcnclcs of the season. A suppl of
rilwnys ou hnnd,
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, AND PIES,
FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CONFECTIONS
In every stylo nnd variety,
anil everything usually found in n
FIRST-CLASS CONFECTIONERY STORK.
GEORQE W. MAUGER, Proprietor.
Tho nbovo well-known hotol has recently under
gone radical changes in its internal arrnngeinonts,
and Us proprietor announces to his former custom
and tho travelling public Hint his accomodations
for tho comfort of his guests aro second to liono In
the country. His tabic will always bo found sup
plied, not only with substantial food, but with all
tho delicacies of tho season. His wines and li
quors (except that popular boverago known ns
"Jt-A-nry), purchased direct from tho importing
houses, nro entirely pure, nnd free from nil poi
sonous drugs. Ho ls thankful for n liberal pntron
ngo In tho past, und will continue to descrvo It la
the future. GEORGE W. MAUGER.
KJ Catawissa, Pn.
Tho abovo Hotel has lately been purchased by
HENRY J. CLARK, and has been thoroughly re
modelled, repaired, nnd refurnished. It will ba
found now, In Its arrangement nnd appointments,
n first-class Hotel, nnd second to nono In tho
country. Persons In cities wishing to spend tho
hot mouths lu tho country, will do well to giro
tho proptietor n cnll.
SI. C. SLOAN A BROTHHK,
the successors of
WILLIAM SLOAN A SON,
coutlnuo tho business of making
und overy stylo of
which they have constantly on hand to salt ctig
tomers, Nover using liny material but tho lies
nnd employing tlio most experienced workmen,
they hopo to continue ns heretofore to glvo entlro
satisfy tlon to every customer. An Inspection o
their work,'nml of tho reasonable prlco asked fo
the same, is suro to lnsttro a sale.
J? C. LIGIITE & CO.,
riitsr-tuAss. ovand ash sqcAim
1 I A N O F O R T E St
Solo Ptttoiitees of I.Ighto's celebrated Patent In
sulated Iron Frame. ,roalsoiuakcrsof the very
best Piano Fortes lu tlio market.
HAVING BEEN AWARDED
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM
AMERICAN- WORLD'S FAIRI
and tho Exhibition of tho Industry of all Nations,
besides numerous other
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS,
together with testimonials from all tho most dis
tinguished Musical colebtlllus lu Europe and
America. T hey have also Just received
THE HiailEUT PREMIUM
At tho Illinois Stato Fair I
Tho Indiana Slats Fair),
Tho Iown Stifle Fair!
Tho Wisconsin Slnto Fnlr, etc.
Ill competition with tho most celebrated Manu
facturers of New York. Boston, Philadelphia.
Wnreroonts, HI Broome street, near llroadway,
New 'orkClly, Orders by mall promptly alien.
dud to. Send for Circular. (JanlS'07.
Notice. AH pitsuns lilioit Ing t Imiusflv
Indebted In cither of tho undorslgned.on Hook
Note, or Judgment, aro requested lo mako pay.
ment without delay, if tln-y would savn costs.
M'KI'.LVHV. NEAL ti m.,n,l
WILLI l jrYCM.VWY .