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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
DRY GOODS, &c.
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
TOBACCO 8c SEGARS.
IRON, TINWARE, 4C.
Hcnieily Vat tlir Holer.
Mii.Editor, Iilcitro tosiiysoinctlilntf
nliout tlio ntp1i-trcu borer, nn vni'iny
from wlilcli wo lmvotfrnitly HitlToreil In
our nttcniiiU to rieeurolionltliy trow mill
rikhI crop?. Ho fur nsmy own trees tire
coiifcriU'd. I tlilnk 1 linvo found n
1 planted an tipple orelinnl eighteen
y.enrs ago, nuil the tree thrived very
well for live or six years, when they
began to droop and loo): plckly. Upon
exnuilulnir them I found the borer In
great numbers, having done consider
able damage, and miiiiu of them appear
ed to be past recovery. I went to work
and tool; tliem out. Aftvr removing
them I was about to aplily coal tar, but
I wastoldthat It would bea wori-eenemy
than the borer. I thought awhile, and
decided to apply urine, from the cow
stable, having tanks and appliances to
i-ei'iire all this valuable, liquid manure,
as every farmer should have. 1 applied
this copiously around the bottom of the
trecs,and washed the trunks thoroughly.
The result is that I havo not a borer In
my orchard, and tlio trees havo com
pletely recovered, and give mc abundant
I havo been Using this remedy for
.three years, and it has well repaid me
for tho labor required; and I think 1
can commend It confidently to my broth
er farmers who will first carefully re
move tho borer, and properly apply It,
say twice a year afterwards.
It will bo seven yearsthlssprlngsinco
I planted five applo trees. Three of tlio
five wero attacked by tho borer, killing
one, and tho other two looked very
sickly. I removed the wonns.and upon
the remaining four used tlio urincfrcely;
they recovcrcdand bore Inst season very
Three years ago the coming spring, I
planted thirty-six apple trees, and at
once applied tho urine copiously, and
there is not, to my knowledge, a single
borer in tlio whole of them ; beside they
have grown and look remarkably well.
Someof my neighbors, wlio planted trees
at the same time, obtnined at n good
nursery, complain of the depredations
oft lie borer,
relieving this, Mr. Elltor, to boa
remedy, when properly used, I think it
my duty tocommunicatelt to my broth
er farmers through your interesting
columns. II. D.
More than half of nil tho wear and
tear, breakage, and bother of dull
tools, comes from a lack of proper
knowledgeand practice ingrlnding. All
steel, however highly refined is com
posed ofindividual flbreslaid lengthwise
In the bar, held firmly together by cohe
sion, and in nlmost all farm imple
ments of tlio cutting kind, tho steel por
tion which forms tho edge, is from a
section of a bar laid in and welded to
tho iron longitudinally ; so that it is tlio
sidoof the bundle of fibres, hammered
nnd ground down, that forms the edge.
Hence by holding on the grindstone nil
edgo tools, as axes, drawing-knives,
knives of reapers, scythes, knives of
straw-cutters, Ac, in such a innnnor that
tho action of the stono is at right angles
with tho plane of tho edge or in plain
er words, by holding tlio edge of the
tool suuaro acros tlio stone, the direc
tion of the fibres will bo gradually
changed, so as to present tho eiyls in
stead of side as a cutting edge, by
grindingin this manner, a finer, smooth
er edgo is set, tho tool Is ground in less
time, holds an edgo a great deal longer,
and is far less liablo to "nick qttt" and
break. Farmers will do well to bear
these hints in mind, andact accordingly
always in grinding scythes, cutlery,
and knives of reapers and foddercutters.
Tho New York. Times, in reply to an
inquiry as to tho causo of tho horn dis
temper or hollow horn, imputes it to
hard usage, to a lack of proper food,
drink nnd shelter, in consequence of
which thecattlo come out in tliespring
lean and dispirited and with little re
cuperative force. Such cattle, it is nfar
med, are alone subject to the horn dls
temper, or if exceptions exist, they nre
so few as to nfilrm rather than disprove
tho correctness of tlio rule. In most
caes tho hollow horn can bo detected
by the coldness of tlio horn near tlio
ba'o at the head. It is customary to
seek a euro by means of boring tho horn
near tho base, when, if tho disease ex
ists, bloody matter will exude from tho
oriflre. Some plug up the holes when
tin discharge caor, while others leave
them on,en. The former Is tho boat plan
at least tho horn looks better than
when left llkea flutestallc.
Sillies vii. Homes.
Which is tho most profitable to raise,
tho horse or the miller Isthus answered:
1st. An nverago lot of two year old
mules will sell foras much as an nverago
lot of three-year-old colts, and perhaps
moro. 2nd. It does not require tho
samo amount of food for a mule ns for
a horse. 3rd. Tho mule Is less liablo
to diseaso and unsoundness. -1th. The
mule lives to iv much greater age thnn
the horse. Oth. Tho mulo will preform
moro labor, according to Ills size, on
feed on which tho horso would starve,
Mending Urokcn Vessels Cement,
To halfa pintofmilkputlnasiifllclcnt
quantity of vinegar in order to curdle
it; separate tho curd from the whey,
and mix tho whey with tlio whites of
four oggs, beating tho wholo well togeth
cr; when mixed, adit a little qulck-limo
through a siovo until It acquires tho
consistency of a pato. With this ce
ment broken vessels or cracks can bo
repaired j It dries quickly, nnd resists
tho action of fire nnd water.
A Certain Motliodof Keeping Kggs
from Hpoiling. Kat them whllo they're
Recntly at DiirncsvlIIc, Ohio, n gen
tlcmnu fell dead whllo leading u prayr-meeting,
Tho Fishorman and his Wlfo.
There was onconflsherman who lived
with his wlfo in a plgstye, closo by tho
sea-side. The fisherman ued to go out
all dny long a-flshing; and one day, ns
he sat on tho sca-shoro witli his rod,
looking at tho sparkling waves and
watching his line, all on a sudden his
float was dragged away deep into tlio
water: and in drawing it up lie pulled
out a great fish. Hut tho fish said,
"I'ray let me live I lam not a real fish;
I am an enchanted prlnco: put mo In
tlio wntcr again, nnd let mo go I" "Oh 1
hot" said tho man, "you need not
mako so many words nbout the matter;
I will have nothing to do witlt n fish
that can talk : so swim away, Sir, as
onii as you plcao I" Then ho put him
back into the water, and the fish dart
ed straight down to tho bottom, nnd left
a long streak of blood behind him on
When tlio fisherman went homo to
his wife in tho plgMye, he told her how
ho hnd caught a great fish, and how it
had told him it was an enchanted prince
nnd how, on hearing it speak, lie had
let it go again. "Did not you ask it for
anything V" said the wife. "No,"snld
tlio man; "whnt should I nsk for?"
"Ah I" snld the wife, "we live very
wretchedly here, in tills nasty dirty
plgstyo; do go back and tell tho fish we
want a snug little cottage."
Thc.fisherman did not much llko the
business; however, ho went to tho sea
shore; and when ho camo there tho
water looked all yellow and green
And ho stood nt tho water's edgo, and
'Oh tnnn of tlio sial
Hearken to mo I
My wife Ilsablll
Will have licr own will,
Anil lmth sent me to bog n boon of tlieo !'
Then tho fishcnmoswlmmingto him,
and said, "Well what Is her will ? what
docs your wife want?" "Ah I" said the
fisherman, "sho says that when I had
caught you, I ought to have asked you
for something before I let you go; she
does not llko living any longer In the
plgstye, and wants n snug little cot
tnge." "Gohome, then," said the fish ;
"she Is in tlio cottage already I" So the
man went home,nndsaw his wife stand
lug at the door of a nice trim llttio cot
tage. "Comoin, como In!" said she;
"is not tills much better than tho filthy
plgstye we had?" And there was a par
lor, and bedchamber, and a kitchen ;
and behind the cottage there was a llt
tio garden, planted with all sorts of
flowers and fruits and there was a court
yard behind, full of ducks and chick
ens. "Ah!" said the fisherman, "how
happily we shall live now 1" "We will
try to do so, at least," said his wife,
Everything went right for a week or
two,nnd then Dame Iesabill said, "Hus
band, there is not near room enough for
us in tills cottage; the courtyard and the
garden are a great deal too small ; I
should llko to have n large stone castle
to live in: go to the fish again nnd tell
him to give us a castle." "Wife," said
tho fisherman, "I don't like to go to
him again, for perhaps he will be an
gry; wo ought to be easy with this pret
ty eottago to live in." "Nonsense!"
said tlio wile; "ho will do it very will
ingly, I know; go along, and try I"
The fisherman went, but his heart was
very heavy and when ho came to tho
sea, It looked blue and gloomy, though
it was very calm; and he went closo to
tho edgo of tho waves, and said,
" Ohman oftho seal
Hearken to mot
My wife Ilsablll
Will havo her own will.
And hath sent me to beg a boon of thee 1"
"Well, what does she want now?"
said tho fish. "Ah!" snld the man dole
fully, "my wife wants to II vo In a stono
castle." "Go home, then," said tho
fish; "she is standing at thegato of it
already." Sonway went tho fisherman
and found his wife standing before the
gate of a great castle. "See," said she,
"is not this grand?" With that they
went into the castle togetlicr,nnd found
a great many servants there, nnd the
rooms nil richly furnished, and of gold
en chairs and tables; and behind tlio
castle was a garden, nnd around it was
a park half a mile long, full of sheep,
and goats, hares, nnd deer; nnd in tlio
courtynrd were stables and cow-houses.
"Well," said tho man, "now wo will
live cheerful and happy in this beautl-
tul castle for the rest of our lives.
"Perhaps wo may," said the wife; "but
let us sleep upon it, beforo wo mako up
our mini! to that." So they went to
The next morning when Dame IIsiv
bill awnko it was broad daylight, and
she jogged tho fisherman with her el
bow, and said, "Get up, husband, and
bestir yourself, for wo must bo king of
all tho land." "Wife, wlfo," said tho
man," Why should we wish t6 be king
I will not lio king." "Then I will,"
said she. "Jlut, wife," said tlio fisher
man, "how can you bo king? tho fish
cannot mako you king." Husband,"
s'dd she, "say no more about it, but go
tindtry! I will bo king." So tho man
went away quito sorrowful to think
that his wife should want to bo king.
This time tlio sen looked a dark green
color, and was overspread witli curling
waves nnd nnd ridges of foam as ho
"Oh manof the sea I
I our ken to me)
.My wlfo Ilsablll
Will have her own will,
Ami hath sent mo to bog a boon of thee!"
"Well whnt would sho havo now"
said the fish. "Alas! said tho poor
man, "my wlfo wants to be king," "flo
home," said tlio fish; "sho Is king already-"
Then tho fisherman went homo; nnd
ns lio enmo closo to tho palaco ho saw
a troop of soldiers, and heard the sound
of drums nnd trumpets. And when ho
went in ho saw his wlfo sitting on a
high throne of gold and diamonds,
with a golden crown upon her head ;
and on eacli side of her stood six fair
maidens, each u head taller than tho
CONCLUDED NEXT WEEK,
a hand opening
. ' Ci
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
FAINT8 AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Stain and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets.
Northwest on rner of Main and Market Streets,
In hu-jta quantities and at reduesd rates, alway
en nana. ' -
-QUUG AND CHEMICAL STOKE,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PERFUMERY
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
respectfully Invite n conllnunnco of patronage.
Their Drug and Medicines arc nit selected with
the greatest euro, avoiding ns much ns possible
the Introduction nf delirious nostrums, and nre
purchased from the best Importing houses In the
PATENT MEDICINES .
of nil kinds, Including Ayer's, Jnyne's, Hollo-
way's, Hnstcttcr's, Wishnrt, Hooflauds, Ac.
constantly on hnnd.
COAL OIL AND ALCOHOL.
HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, AND
TAINTS AND CHEMICALS
of every variety, and of tho best quality.
PANCY TOILirr ARTICLES.
The public mny rely nt nil times on procuring the
nbovo articles, with nil the now useful prepara
tion kept In the best conducted establishments.
nnd Fnmlly Receipts compounded with the great
est accuracy nnd dispatch.
ItEHII AHHIVAL OP NEW
GOODS. The undersigned has Just nrrlveu
from tho City with n large assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Taints, Oils, Vnrnlshes.niul Dye Stuffs
Ready-Made Clothing, Perfumery, Toy nnd Fancy
Articles, Druggist's Glassware, Ilrushes, Trusses
ami Supporters, nnd n general assortment of every,
thing that belongs too well-appointed Drug Store,
Also Patent Medicines of ull kinds, such ns Jnyne's,
Ayer's, Wlshart's, Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,
Brown's Troches, Swain's Panacea, Haker'a Cod
Liver Oil, Hoofland's Hitters constantly on hand,
MOROCCO LEATHER, KID, FRENCH MOROC
CO, FRENCH CALFSKINS, PINK
by the dozen or nnlf-dozen. Also
SHOE-FINDINGS, FISHING-TACKLE, Ac.
Having had a large experience In the drug busi
ness, I would respectfully invite those wishing
anything In that line to call and sec my stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. "In medicines quality
Is of the first Importance."
JUll.l 11. JIUlftlb.
JOYAL & ROYER,
GILBERT, ROYAL & CO. .
Importers and Dealers In
DRUGS, MEDICINES, SPICES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, DYE STUFFS, Ac,
Nos. 309 and 311 North Third Street,
pONFECTIOXERY, FRUIT, NUTS,
STOHNER A WIDMEYER,
"ptAiy axd FAxcr coxFEcnoysnr,
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN FRUITS AND NUTS.
Exchange Block, Hloomsburg, Ta.
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS, PRUENS,
FIGS, DOLLS, AC,
BREAD AND CAKES,
of all kinds.
9 All orders promptly attended to. -S
The undersigned having formed a copartner
ship under tho name and firm of Stohner A
Widmeyer, will continue at tho "Old Rtaud" the
business of confectionery, fruit, nuts, Ac.
FRED. H. WIDMEYER.
Bloomsburg, April fi, pot.
U. C. MAR R B
TO S HIVE'S It 1,0 C K,
OX THE CORNER OK MARKET AS11 1R0! STREETS.
The undersigned having received from the city
a full and complcto supply of
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
TIN-WARE AND IIARD:WARE,
Cr.DAR AXD WILLOW-WAItE,
II ATS AXD SHOES,
FLOUR, SALT, FISH, AND MEAT,
all of which I propose selling nt a very low figure
for cash or produce.
W Cnll anil sec,
April 12, 1W17. C. C. MARR.
JOHN STROU1' & CO.,
successors to Stroup & Brother,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH,
No. SI North Wharves, an 1 li North Water St.,
TEAVER & SPRANKLE,
WHOLESALE GROCERIES ANDCOMMISSION
Nos. K and 227 Arch Street,
CCUELL, BERGER A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
riSH, 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 4 BROTHER,
and Dealers In
SALTPETRE AND BRIMSTONE,
No 2U9 North Third Street,
QOTTRELLi & AYRES,
Wholesale Dealers In
FISH, CHEESE, Ac, Ac..
No. 10 North Wliarves,
second door above Arch Street,
JJ V. PETERMAN,
with LirPINCOTT A TROTTER,
No. 21 North Water Street,
nnd No, a) North Delaware Avenue,
J II. PURSEL,
' HARNESS, SADDLE, AND TRUNK
slid dealer In
CARPET-BAGS, VALISES, FLY-NETS, Ac,
Main Street, Hloomsburg, Pa.
URHAII FOIl CATAWISSAI
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS.
Goats to compnro with stringency of the money
market. Look nnd compare prices before pur.
chasing elsewhere. Just cnll nt the favorite busi
ness stand of
McNINCH A 8HUMAN,
nnd you will be met by tho obliging proprielorsor
their clerks, and shown tiirougiuiieirgrcai variety
store free of charge, of course. They will glvo yr.u
n fair chance to spend your loose change, they
trust much moro profitably than It can l spent
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
this Spring Is much larger In alt Its varieties than
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
nro of the nicest styles In market. They have a
fine assortment nf
HATS. CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES.
SUMMER CLOTHS, CASSINE"!,
CASSI.MEUES, AND VESTINGS,
nnd numerous article common to such establish
ments, besides a general assortment of
HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE,
all at greatly reduced prices. They wish to con
duct their business on the system of
"PAY AS YOU GO,"
and they think they can afford to sell Very cheap,
They return their thanks for many past favors,
and nsk the future patronage of their former cus
tomers and the public generally.
McNINCH A 8IIU.MAN.
RMBRUSTER & BROTHER,
Importers nnd Jobbers of
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
HOOV SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
THREADS, SEWING SILKS,
TRIMMINGS, PORTE MONNA1ES,
BOATS, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, AND
Also Manufacturers of
BRUSHES AND LOOKING GLASSES,
and Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BROOMS, ROPES, TWINES, Ac,
No. 306 North Third Street, above Vine,
g h. BETTLE,
with VUSH, BUNN A CO.,
No. a North Third Street,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND
No. 53 North Third Street,
J J. LESTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, Ac,
No. 20 North Second Street, opp. Christ Church,
gARCROFr &. CO.,
Importers nnd Jobbers of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHS
CAPSIMERES, BLANKETS, LINENS,
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, Ac,
JNDREWS, WILKINS & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
No. 503 Market Street,
JOSEPH S. DELL,
Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer In
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CARSIMERES, AND
No. 43 North Third Street,
ATSON & JANNEY,
Importers and Jobbers of
BILK AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
No. 323 Market Street,
JOWE, EUSTON & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
COTTON YARNS, CARPET CHAINS,
BATTS, WICKS, TIE YARNS, CORDAGE,
BROOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
LOOK'G G LASSES, CLOCKS, FANCY BASKETS,
TABLE, FLOOR, AND CARRIAGE
OIL CLOTHS, Ac.
No. m Market Street, south side,
rpHE KEYSTONE CLOVER SEED
PATENTED OCTOHElt 2, lSSl.
Till slranle. though etTertlve mnehlnft Is ulmlt.
ted by all Bclentinc observers tolw tho most direct
uevice ior uaiucring clover teed yet discovered.
A mere glance at It Is sufficient to convince the
most Obtuse mind of 1U firnetlt-nl iilllttv.
It strips tho clover head from tho stalk leaving
.no tiuv siuuuiuB upon ine grounu. 11 is easily
drawn by ono horse, and requires but one man or
boy to work It.
It Is compact, simple in structure, and not lia
ble to get out of order, and can be cheaply got up.
The great advantago In this machine is, we
have the seed gathered In the charr, ready for the
clover mill or huller, besides saving the great
length of timeaud labor of mowing, handling und
threshing It from the straw. It will also pay ev
ery farmer to gather his teed with this machine,
on account of the saving of tho seed which Is lost
In the old way of gathering it.
Extraordinary Inducements offered to energetic
men who wish to purchase State or county Rlghta.
WKHTMAN A HEINBOLD,
. . Centbalia,
Jan25er. Columbia Couaty, Pa.
"vn,nju-.i,o ran term uegau nepiem-
" rui-uiiy ui lusirucuou consist!) 01 lour
resident and four non-resident professor, and a
imur. inuonjeci is in cmicaiu young men for
the Christian Ministry. There is a preparatory
class for those who have not received a collegiate
education. One hundred and sixty dollars a year
are granted to beuetlclarieit, with an additional
sum in special eaten, 7'he tuition, use of Library
nna text-books, nre frre to ull. Tho School was
ritiimlfil l.f II, IT.,I..-In.. rl..i,ti.,
nations, but is open to all who tx-lietn In thodl.
vine origin of Christianity. The Library consists
of H ftll volumes
Application may t made to Iter, A. A. Liver
Kor''." .President of the Hoard of Instruction
Meadvllle, Pa. novl7-ly
J From aud after October 2, 1865, the trains will
pass Rupert as follows!
UotNO NoiiTH.-Elmlra Mall at 4 r.M.i Erie
Express at 11 a.m. '
Goino SouTii.-PhlladelpUla Mall at 11 a.m.;
New York Express at 4 I'.m.
UtOllOE WKUB, Oupt.
rpiIE ONLY PLACE
to get the best
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Is at nUNOBBEnGER'S,
a few doors below tho American Hoiut,
Illoomsburg, Pa. I
He hat the largest and most select of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO
ever offered to the cltitens of Bloomsburc All
tho fancy brands of ,a
and the best Fine-cut and Plug
can br hnd nt his counters,
in great variety are among his large stock.
DON'T FORGET TO CALL.
II. It. HUNSBERGER.
JJAGEN, BOYD & CO.,
ium.iiieiu?i amm-iiAii ir
anil Wholesale Dealers lu
LEAK AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
No. II North Third Street,
Consignors can forward their stock "In Bond,'
without prepaying the United States tax.
JJ W. RANK'S
11UL,1-.BAL,U 1UUAI.W, a.lUtl, Aim
No. 11(1 North Third Street,
between Cherry and Race, west side,
JUSSELL & WOODRUFF,
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, PIPES, Ac, Ac,
No. 13 North Third Street, above Market,
pRISIIMUTII, BROTHER & CO.,
WHOLESALE TOBACCO DEALERS,
No. 151 North Third Street,
five doors below Race.
Factories, Nos. 223 and 223 Quarry Street,
J H. WALTER,
Late Walter A Kaub,
Importer and Dealer in
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEEN8WARE,
No. 231 North Third Street,
between Rooe and Vine
CARPETINGS, WINDOW SHADES,
OIL CLOTHS, MATS, Ac,
No. 33 North Second Street,
W. BLABON & CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES,
Warehouse, No. 121 North Third Street,
No. 12 North Third Street,
J V. LAMBERT,
with ROSS, BHOTT A CO.,
Importers and Jobbers ot
CIOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, Ac,
No. &H Market Street,
poWDER KEGS AND' LUMBER
W. M. MONROE A CO.,
and dealers in all kinds of
give notice that they arc prepared to accomodate
their custom with dispatch, and on the cheapest
ILLER & HOST,
Successors to Franklin P. Seltzer A Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
LIQUORS, WINES, Ac,
Nos. 110 and 112 North Third Street,
Ta Hotel and Saloon keepers of lllooms
burg and Columbia County. I have appointed
Mr. B. Stohner agent for the sale of my ale. porter.
brown stout, aud lager beer, who will supply you
at the same price (and with the same article), as I
would furnish you from the brewery, Kuoowlua
that he will be punctual and attentive to all who
may favor him with their trade, I solicit for him
your support. Very respectfully,
Steam Brewery, Reading, Pa.
E. A II. T. ANTHONY A CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials,
WHOLESALE ANU R VTA I L,
fill 11ROAIIWAV. V. V
In addition tn our imiln lniuinB rr nitrvm.
GRAPHIC MATERIALS we are Head nuarte rs for
htkrhosCiSpkh a RTmF.osmprn VIF.Wn
Of American and Foreign Cities and Landscapes,
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From lieimtlvH mfwtA in thu virlnh.Mmini,.n.
and lormlug a complete Photographlo history or
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Adapted for either the Magle Lantern or the
Stereoscope. Our Catalogue will be sent to any
uddress on reclpt of stamp.
We manufacture more largely than any other
tiuuBn.uinmi varieties iruui wcenia ui aweaclL
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riMIE AMERICAN HAY KNIFE
JL , AND FORK. We the undersigned citizens
ui Columbia County witnessed the trial of hav
forks on tho farm of Nr. lmrsel, in Hemlock
township, on Monday, May 7. MM, between the
A".1.r.l.';'.iU.I.,."XK,,u'ell,", F"rk manufactured by
rtLlFKK, WALLS, HHRINER A Co., of Iwls.
llna ,,u Rundel's Patent Hay Hook.
The American Fork lifted more hoy in one
draught tluin the Rundel lu tluee. We are satis
fied It will take an much hay Into the mow as two
good horses can draw. W'o also saw it cutting
hay, and think it cannot bo beat aa a hay knife
and cheerfully recommend Iran the best hay fork
W. 11. Koo.,
Dh. F, C. Harrison,
II. IIIQLXM ILLEK, HTLVEMTEB PUUSEL.
MiciiAKi, Jim.LKK, John Wolf.
They also manufacture the celebrated Buckeye
Reaper aud Mower, and ether oTlrulturl Isapte-
Hloomsburg, Columbia County, Fa.
The subscriber, proprietor of the abore-i vat4
extensive establishment, Is now prepared t r(.
celte orders for all kinds of
MACHINERY FOR COLL1EWEB, BLAST
FURNACES, STATION RY ENGINES,
MILLS, TIIRESHINO MACHINE, 4c.
He Is also prepared to make Stoves of all li,
and patterns, Plow-Irons, and everything usually
uiuui ill uifli-iinsn r uununci,
His extensive facilities and praetkal workmen
warrant him In receiving the largest contracts an
tho most reasonable terms.
Grain of all kinds wilt bo taken In excuanes for
This establishment Is located near the Lacks.
wanna aad Illoomsburg Railroad Depot,
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. IIUPERT
announces to his friends and customers that
continues tho above business at his old place on
MAIN STREET, BWOMSBURO.
Customers can be accomodated with
of nil kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, and every vn.
rlety of article found In n Stove and Tinware Es
tablishment in thecltles,and on the most reason
able terms. Repairing done nt tho shortest notlcn.
85 DOZEN MILK-PANS
on hand for sale.
STOVES OF EVERY. VARIETY,
and all kinds of Castings, on hand or supplied on
the shortest notice and nt the cheapest rates,
COAL BREAKERS AND COAL SCHUTES
made to order.
H03NIX STOVE DEPOT.
HEATERS, RANGES, AND STOVES,
Wholesale and Retail.
PATENT ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE.
for heating two or more rooms.
PARLOR, COOKING, LAUNDRY HEATING,
nnd every variety of STOVES.
JOHN I, HESS,
No. Hi North Second Street, Philadelphia.
"y I. BURKIIART,
importer ana ueaier ib
IRON AND STEEL,
No. 00 Front Street,
QEORGE II. ROBERTS,
Importer and Dealer in
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, Ac,
No. 311 North Third Stroet, above Vine,
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
I EXCHANGE HOTEL,
It HLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The undersigned having purchased tkle well-
knows and oentrally-located house, the Exchange
Hotel, situate on MAIN STREET, In Uleomsburg,
Immediately opposite the Columbia Couuty Court
House, respectfully Informs his friends and Ute
public In general that his house Is now In order
for the reception nnd entertainment of travellers
who may be disposed to favor It with their cus
tom. Ho has spared no expense lu preparing the
Exchange for the entertainment of his guests,
neither shall there bo anything wanting (on his
part) tn minister to their personal comfort. His
hmiso Is spacious, nnd eujoys an excellent busi
ness location. x
Omnlbusses run at all times between the Ex
change Hotel and the varlo' ' rallrend depots, by
which travellers will be pleasantly conveyed to
and from the respective stations In due time lu
meet the cars. JOHN F. CASLOW.
llloomsburg.'Mnrch 22, 181X1.
GEORGE W. MAUGER, Proprietor.
The above well-known hotel has recently under
gone radicalchangcs In Its Internal arrangements,
and its proprietor announces to his former custom
and the travelling public that his accomodations
for the comfort of hia guests are second to none In
the country. His table will always be found sup
plied, not only with substantial food, but with all
the delicacies of tho season. His' wines nnd li
quors (except that popular beverage known as
"Melltnrv"), purchased direct from the importlns
houses, are entirely pure, and free from all pol
sonousdrugs. Ho is thankful for a liberal patron
age In the past, and will continue to deserve it la
the future. GEORGE W. MAUGER.
rpHE SWAN HOTEL,
the uri-ER HOUSE,
ORANG EVILLE, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
Ths subscriber respectfully Informs his frieartj
and the nubile, that he has taken the above yi ell
known House of Entertainment, and will '
pleased to receive the custom of all who wlu
favor him with n call,
HE WILL KEEP A GOOD TABLE,
nllar well stocked with the tiest ef Ltnors,.nn4
every effort will be made to render entire satis
faction. JOHN SNYDER.
Orangcvllle, Pa March 15, lS67-Im.
HPHE ESPY HOTEL,
ESPY, COLUMBIA COUNTY, V
The subscriber respectfully Informshts friends
nnd the public, that lie has taken the above well
known House of Entertainment, and will be
J (leased to receive the custom of all who will
nvor him with a call.
HE WILL KEEP A OOOD TABLE,
a Bar well stocked with the lust of Liquors, and
every effort will be made to render entire satis
faction. WM. REMLEY.
Espy, Pa., April 12, 1SC7.
ORANGEVILLE, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
ISRAEL MUMMA, PROPRIETOR.
Having taken possession of this well-known
house, so long kept by Samuel Everett, the Pro
orletor haspu t in It permanent repairand furnish
cd BAR AND LAHDEE with the choicest liquors
nnd newest delicacies. Ills stable Is not excelled
in the county; and no pains will be spared to
accommodate guesu. (apr5's7,
The above Hotel has lately been purchased by
HENRY J. CLARK, and has liecn thoroughly re
modelled, repaired, and refurnished. It wilt be
found now, In Its arrangement and appointments,
a first-class Hotel, and second to none In the
country. Persons In cities wishing to spend the
hot months in the country , will do well to give
the proprietor a call.
gT. CHARLES HOTEL,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Nos. 00, M, 81, and M North Third Rtreets,
between Market and Arch Streets,
rpHE UNION HOTEL,
Arch Street, between Third and Fourth Streets,
CHRIST A WEBER,
Corner or Ninth and Cliestuut Streets,
II, W. KANAQA,