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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBU11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
or the Itouitfl oU',jj.
DRY GOODS, &c.
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
IRON, TINWARE, &C.
j'a niter's Jcimrtmcnt.
Tobacco for l.lce mi Animals nml I'lnuls.
Mr.xux, Kditous In your imjierof
April Itli, n corrii'oi dent Inquires.
"What Is tho best nn.'thoilorklHInj'lIco
on culvw and cattle, mill will the kuho
tlilngldll ileus on (loirs?"
I havo found by experience that iv
ptroiif? decoction of tobacco, will destroy
vcrniln on cither animals or plants. I
havo used It extensively during many
years, for destroying ticks onshcop and
lambs; havo dipped thousands of them
In tobacco water, niiuluby boiling conwo
damaged, cheap tobacco, or stems and
waste, In water, and have found it an
effectual curofor tlio trail), which disease
Is caused by the working of an Insect or
mlto In the the skin of tho sheep. It Is
a sovereign remedy for tho blue lice on
cattle aud horses.
Tobacco water will destroy tho nphls,
or plant louse. Gardeners find their
grceli-houso plants need tobosubmltted
to ix deluging of this wash occasionally,
to place them In a condition to becomo
healthy and vigorous. "When applied
to fruit trees, if coarse waste tobacco Is
used, add one pound of copperas to fivo
gallons of tho wash. Plug tobacco con
tains copperas In quantities sufficient
to kill nny animal, who has not accus
tomed himself, by slow degrees, to its
Almost every tree or plant is infest
cd with an Injurious Insect, peculiar to
itself, which preys upon its substance,
nnd will, If in sufneient numbers, do
stroy its vitality. The hop, in sections
infested with tho hop aphN.is frequent'
ly cither wholly or partially destroyed;
when, by onoor two thorough applica
tions of tobacco water, by means of a
forco pump or garden engine, ns they
commenco their work, the wholo aphis
army might bo swept away. AVlien tho
vino is trained low, upon seven feet
stakes and twine, a garden engine is
unnecessary, as tho wash can bo applied
as effectually, and with less waste, with
a common largo hand syringe.
Tobacco smoke will stupefy nny animal
andif used in a sufficient quantity, has n
fatnl effect upon all which plug tobacco
will destroy. Indeed, therosccms to be
but oiioanlmal-mammalia-upon which
tobacco in either shape, does not havo
nn immediate fatal effect. However, If
that animal would otherwiso bo infested
with insects, even triclilnrcous in their
nature, in tho mouth, tobacco will keep
tnem away. Perhaps that is their case.
If n sheep or calf Is covered with
rubber or leathern spread, or thick blan
ket, and a smoko of tobacco is mado
under this covering, in half an hour or
less every tick and nit will bo destroy
ed. Currant worms may bo served in
tho same manner. This is not only an
effective remedy against vermin, but n
good uso for a most obnoxious weed,
F. W. Collins,
No other root, plant or vegetable that
wo havo under cultivation, tho tomato
alono excepted, is such an inveterate
back-slider so prone to run backwards
to utter ruin as tho potato. I havo
watched and worked with him long, and
under all manner of conditions. Inher
ently, ho is an unreliable scamp ; never
content until hohasgono back to his
original worthlessncss, as tho Batata
Colorado of the Pacific Andean slope,
or tho hill sido of Guatimala. There.
nnd back to that status, ho is content to
go on forever, producing littlo purplo
tubers tho size of grapo shot and con
sistency of putty. Starting with six of
tho besj; varieties, and experimenting
with them nino years consecutively,
keeping them wido asunder, I found
overy potato of them backsliding nt
nbout tho samo rato of speed, all con
verging, toward tho common point of
wortiiiessness. Then, by changing
tactics planting sections of tho oye ends
oniy, or rather laying them out on tho
surfaco of clean, coarno sand, a foot in
depth, having a subsoil of clay so im
pregnated with nitro that it kept tho
sanil continually moist in tho hottest
weather, and covering with a foot of
btraw nnd leaves litter, but first sowing
over tho surfaco a dry compost of wood
ashes, salt, hen manure and loam in
tho second year all tho potatoes camo
back to something better thnn their
Innately tho potato is n vagabond re
quiring to bo closely looked after, and
his status of respectability maintained
by absolute coercion. Just let him have
Ills head and ho goes headlong to ruin
as fast as n potato cnn. Somo eccen
tricities and mysteries too nbout. tho
potato nro not very clearly understood.
Onco I planted half an ncra with what
I purchased for full blood.puro Clicnnn-
gocs, nnd at digging they camo out
yellow, red, bluo, white, and drab
more colors, shapes and varieties than
nil tho sorts wo havo on our latest potato
Tho Benmulnii potato planters go to
Now York forpeed.ncverplnntlngpota
toes of their own growing. Hanging
along West street, they gather up all
tho potatoes of all tho low-nriced sorts
thoy can find, usually buying largely of
becauso of tho low price nnd general
fcoundness. In their stock they may
,,".'on 'lozen varIctles,rnngingas widely
different ns over potatoes did. These,
thoy plant mixed promiscuously as they
buy them.and at digging tlmo'tho cron
comes out every potato Is fair, full
blood Berrriiidan. every traco of Ynnkeo
paternity lost. On tho wholo tho pota
to is a tricky, unrollablofcllowwlth too
many eyes by half. If wo can manngo
to DUt OUt Savnbout lllllrnf thnn, T 1.7.
Hove, wo can bettor keep him It subjec
tion. Curing llerf.
Tho following receipt for curing beef,
wliich I havo used for thopast two years.
I consider superior to any that I havo
For 100 ihs. of beef, lako 1 quarts of
corue salt, i lbs. of sugar, ! ounces
saltpeter, 1 ounco of saleratus. Mix tho
iiJKii-uii-uis jyuu logetner, and sprlnklo
tho composition on tho becfas you pack
It. Thojulco of tho meat will tlI,.,olvo
tho composition nnd makebrinoonoiiirh
for tho meat. My beef, cured in this
way, keeps perfectly sweet until it is all
u'e(l "P C T. Alvoim).
Tho Pishorman and his Wlfo.
CONTINITI1 FlluM LAST WEEK.
Well, wife," said tho fisherman,
"nro you king?" "Yes," said she, "I
nm king." And when ho had looked
at her for n long time, ho said, "Ah,
wirol what n lino thing it is to boklng I
now wo shall never havo anything
more to wish for ns long as wo live."
"I don't know how that may bo," said
sho ; "never Is u long time. I am king,
It Is true; but I begin to got tired of
that, and I think I should like to bo
emperor." "Ala", wlfel why should
you wish to bo emperor?" said tho fish
erman. "Husband," said she, "goto
tho fish 1 I say I will bo emperor."
"Ah, wlfo!" replied tho fisherman, "tho
fish cannot mako an emperor I nm euro
nnd I should not llko to nsk him for
such a thing." "I nm king," said Ilsa-
bill, "aud you aro my slave ; so go at
So tho fishorinain was forced to go ;
and ho muttered ns ho went along,
"This will como to no good, it is too
much good to ask; tho fish will bo tired
at last, and than we shall bo sorry for
what wo havo done." Ho soon camo to
thosea-shoro; and tho water was quite
black and muddy,and n mighty whirl
wind blow over tho waves and rolled
them nbout, but ho went ns near as ho
could to tho water's brink, nnd said,
"Oh man of tho seal
Hearken to 1110 I
My wlfo Ilsablll
Will havo her own will,
Anil hath sent mo to beg a boon of theo I"
"W hat would sho have now?" said
tho fish. "Ah !" said tho fisherman,
"sho wants to be emperor." "Go home,"
said tho fish; "sho is emperor already."
So ho went homo again ; nnd ns ho
enmo nenr ho saw his wlfo Ilsablll sit
ting on a very lofty throne mado of sol
id gold, with a great crown on her head
full two yards high ; and on each side
of her guards nnd attendants in n row
each ono smaller than tho other, from
thotallest giant downtoalittlodwarf no
bigger than my finger. And beforo her
stood princes, and dukes, nnd earls
and tho fisherman went up to her nnd
said, "Wifoaroyou emperor?" "Yes,"
said sho "I am emperor." "Ah !" said
tho man, ns ho gazed upon her, "what
a fino thingit is to bo emperor!" "litis
band," said she, "why should wo stop
at being emperor? I will bo pope next.
"O wife, wife!" said he, "how can you
bo pope?" tlicro is but ono popo at n
time In Christendom1" "Husband,'
said she, "I will bo popo this very
any." "Hut," replied tho husband
"tho fish cannot mako you popo,
"What nonsense!" said sho; "If hecan
mako nn emperor, ho can mako a popo;
bo tho fisherman went but when ho
camo to tho shore tho wind was raging,
nnd tho sea was tossed up nnd down in
boiling waves, and tho ships were in
trouble, and rolled fearfully upon tho
tops of tho billows. In tho middlo of
tho heavens thero was a littlo pieco of
blue sky, but towards tho south all was
rod, as if a dreadful storm was rising.
us uus sigiu ino lisnerman was
dreadfully frightened, and ho trembled
so that his knees knocked together?
but still ho went down near to tho shoro
"Oh man of tho sea I
Hearken to mo I
My wlfo Ilsablll
Will liavo her ow n will,
And hath sent mo to beg n boon of thee I'
"What does sho want now?" said tho
fish. "Ah !" said tho fisherman, "my
wife wants to bo popo." "Go home,"
sain tno nsu ; "sue is popo already."
'l lien tho fisherman went home, and
found Ilsablll sitting on a throne that
was two miles high. And sho had threo
great crowns on her head, and around
her stood nil tho pomp and powerlof tho
church. And on each sido ofherwero
two rows or burning lights, of nil sizes,
tho greatest ns largo as tho highest and
biggest tower In tho world, nnd tho
least no larger than a small rushlight
Wife," said tho fishorman.as ho looked
at all this greatness, "aro you popo ?"
11 es," saidsho, "I am popo." "Well.
wire," repjicd no, "it is a grand thing
to bo popo ; ana now you must bo easy,
for you can bo nothing greater." "I
will think about that," said tho wife,
Then they went to bed : but Damo Ilsa
blll could not sleep all night for think'
ing what sho should bo next. At last.as
sho was dropping to asleep, morning
uroice.anu tho sun rose. "Ira !" thought
she, ns sho woko up and looked at It
through tho window, "after all I cannot
prevent tho sun rising." At this
thought sho was very angry ,and waken
ed her husband, and, said, "Husband. iro
to the flilwand tell him I must bo lord
of tho sun nn'd moon." Tho fisherman
was half asleep, but tho thought frltrht-
ened him so much that ho started and
fell out of bed. "Alas, wife !" said, he,
"cannot you bo easy with belntr none?"
lo," saiu sue, "i am very uneasv as
long as tho sun and moon riso without
my leave. Go to tho fish at onco !"
Then tho man went shiverlnc wltl
fear; and as ho was going down to tlm
shoro a dreadfulstorm arose, so that tho
trees shook-. And nil tho heavens bo.
camo black with stormy clouds, and tho
lightnings played, nnd tho thunders
rolled ; nnd you might havo seen In tho
sea great black waves, swelling up llko
mountains with crowns of white foam
uponlhlr heads. And tho fisherman
crept towarts the sea, and cried out as
well as iio could, .
" Oh man of the sea I
Hearken to met
My wlfo Ilsablll
Will hove her own will,
Ana hath sent mo to beg n boon of thco I"
"What does sho want now?" said tho
nsu. "All!" said he, "sho wants to bo
ior oi tnosuii and moon." "Gohome."
said tho fish, "to your plg-slyo again."
And there they Hyp to this very day.
"Jim, I c-euu t-tell you how t-to s-soli
J-Just twico as in-much o-oll as you do
"Well, how?" groaned ho
"F-flll your measure."
When is n tired man liko n thief?
hen ho needs a rettiny.
. READY-MADE CLOTHINO,
LOOK INO-G LASSES,
GRAB.' AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'H,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO8.
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'H.
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
Northwest comer of Main nnil Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets
mharnd.qUanUtlM aua ai M, MtW.alway
DRUGS 8c. MEDICINES.
jrjnua and chemical stow-:,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PERFUMERY
AND TOILET ARTICLUS,
EYER A MOVER
respectfully Invito ncontlnuanco of patronage.
Their Drugs nnd Medlelnesnroall selected with
the greatest care, avoiding ns much ns posslblo
tho Introduction of delirious host! urns, nnd nro
purchased from tho best (inputting houses In tho
of all kinds, including AVer's, .Toyno's, Hollo
wajs, Ilostetter's, Wlshart's, Hoollatid's, Ac.
constantly on hand.
COAL OIL AND ALCOHOL.
HAIR, TOOTH? NAIL, AND
PAINTS AND CHEMICALS
of every variety, nnd of tho best quality,
FANCY TOILET ARTICLUS.
Tho public niny rely nt nil times on procuring tho
nbovc nrticles, with nil tho new useful prepara
tions kept In tho best conducted oslnbllshiucnls,
PHYSICIAN S PRESCRIPTIONS
nnd Family Receipts compounded with tho great
est accuracy nnd dlsjinlch.
"IRESII ARRIVAL OF NEW
JL? GOODS, Tho undersigned hrs Just nulcd
from the City with a large assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Vnrnlhcs,nnd Dye Htuirs,
Rendy-Mndo Clothing, Perfumery, Toy ami Fancy
Articles, Druggist's Glassware, finishes, Trusei
and Supporters, nnd a genei nl assortment of every
t hlug that belongs ton wcll-nppolntcd Drugstore.
Also Patent Medicines of all kinds, such ns Jayno's,
Ayer's, Wlshart's, Wlnslow's Soothing Syitip,
Ilrowji'H Troches, Swain's Panncea, linker's Cod
Liver Oil, Hoofl.ind'R Hitters constantly on hand.
MOROCCO LEATHER, KID, FRENCH MOROC
CO, FRENCH CALIKKINS, PINK
by the dozen or nalf-dozcn. Also
SHOE-FINDINGS, FISHING-TACKLE, Ac.
Having had n large oxperlenco In tho drug busi
ness, I would respectfully invlte'thoso wishing
anything In that lino to call nnd see my slock be
foro purchasing elsewhere. " In mcdlclrcs quality
Is of the first Importance."
JOHN R. MOVER.
JOYALi & HOYEK,
GILnEItT, ROYAL & CO.
Importcis and Dealers In
DRUGS, MEDICIN11S, SPICES, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, DYE STUFFS, Ac,
Nos. 309 and 311 North Third Street,
pONFKCTIOXKItY, PItUIT, NUTS,
' stC. AC.
HTOIINER A WIDMEYER,
n.AIX AND VAXCY COXrVCTIOXr.KY,
AND DEAr.EIts IS
FOKKIGN FJtUlTS AND NUTS.
Exchange Block. Illoomshurg, Tn.
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS, PRUENS,
FIGS, DOLLS, AC,
BREAD AND CAKES,
of nil kinds,
esr- All orders promptly attended to. -EJi
Tho undersigned having formed n copartner
ship under tho name and (Inn offeToUNruA
WmjiEvnn, will continue nt tho "Old Stand" tho
business of confectionery, fruit, nuts, Ac,
FRED. E. WIDMEYER.
Bloomsburg, April ,"), 11117.
E M O V A Ii OF
O. u. MAR R'H
N E W STORE
TO fiUIVK'N II LOCK,
ON TIIK COKSUU OF MAUKCT AND IKON STllFXTS.
Tho undersigned having received from tho city
n full and complete supply of
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
TIN-WARE AND HARD-WARE,
CF.DAli AXD WILLOW-IVAIU:,
II A TS A XI) SHOE S,
FLOUR, SALT, FISH, AND MEAT,
all of which I proposo sclllngat a very low figure
ior casn or produce.
All- Call nnd see.
A prll 12, 1MS7.
C. C. MARR.
JOHN STROUR it CO.,
huecessors to stronp it Brother,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH,
No. ;i North Whirves, nnd 21 North Wntor St.,
yEAVER & Sl'RANKIiE,
WHOLESALE GROCERIRS AND COMMISSION
Nos. 2i3 and 227 Arch Street,
gCHELL, RERGEU & CO.,
OI..M.UA1, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FISH, SALT, CHEESE, PROVISIONS, Ac,
Nos. 122 and 121 North Wharves, above Arch St.
Solo agents for Wilcox's Wheel Grcaie. In bar
rels, kegs, and cans.
JORDAN A BROTHER,
nnd Dealers In
SALTPETRE AND RUIMSTONE,
No 200 North Third Street,
QOTTRKLIj ct AYRES,
Wholesalo Dealers Ju
FISH, CHEESE, Ac, Ac.
No. JOO North Wharves,
second door abovo Arch Street,
JJJ V. I'ETERMAN,
with LUTINCOTT A TROTTER,
No. 21 North Water Btiect,
and No. 20 North Dilnwaro As enne,
J D. PURSER,
HARNESS, SADDLE, AND TRUNK
and dealer in
CARPET-BAas, VALISES, rLY-Nirrs, Ac,
Mnlu Street, llloomsbiirB, Fu.
UllltAlI I'OU CATAWISSAI
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS.
Goods to compare Willi stringency of tho .money
lunrket. Look nnd compnro prices beforo pur
chasing elsowheie. Just call nt the fnvorlto busi
ness stand of "
nnd you will bo met by tho obliging proprietors or
their clerks, nnd shown through their great variety
storo frooof charge, of course. They will give you
n fair clnnco to spend your looso chnuge, they
trust much moro profitably than It can bo spent
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
tills Spring is much larger In nil Its varieties tliiiu
LADIES1 DRUSS GOODS
are of tho nicest stjlcs In market. They haon
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS AND SI10F.S,
HUMMER CLOTHS, CASSINE'IS,
CASSI.MERES, AND VIWTINGS,
nnd numerous nt tides common to such establish
ments, besides n general assortment of
HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE,
all nt greatly reduced prices. They Uh to con
duct their business on tho system of
"PAY AS YOU GO,"
nnd they think they can afford to sell very cheap.
They return their thanks for many past favors,
ami nslc the future patronago of their former ens'
tomcrs nnd tho public generally,
McNINCH A S1IUMAN.
Importers nnd Jobbers of
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
THREADS, SEWING SILKS,
TRIMMINGS, I'ORTE MONNAIES,
BOAFS. PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, AND
Also Manufacturers of
BRUSHF-S AND LOOKING GLASSES,
nnd Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BROOMS, ROPES, TWINES, Ac,
No. .TOO North Third Street, nbovo Vine,
g Ii. UETTIE,
No. M North Third Street,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES. AND
No. 51 North Third Sticet,
Wholesalo nnd Rctnil Denier In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, Ac,
No. 29 North Second Sticet, opp. Christ Church,
J) ARCROFT & CO.,
Importers nnd Jobbers of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, CLOTHS
CAKSIMERES, BLANKETS, LINENS,
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, Ac,
N DREWS, WIEKINS & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOJIRSTIO DRY GOODS,
No. 5ft) Market Street,
JOSEPH S. DELL,
Manufacturer pf and Wholesale Dealer In
CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND
No. North Third Street,
ATSON & JANNEY,
Importers and Jobbers of
SILK AND FANCY DRESS GOODS,
No. 323 Maikct Street,
JOWE, EUSTON & CO.,
Manufacturers nnd Wholesalo Dealers In
COTTON YARNS, CARPET CHAINS,
BATTH, WICKS, TIE YARNS, CORDAGE,
BROOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
LOOK'G GLASSES, CLOCKS, FANCY BASKETS.
TABLE, FLOOR, AND CARRIAGE
OIL CLOTHS, Ac,
No. S30 Market Street, houth side,
rpiIE KEYSTONE CLOVER SEKD
S T R I 1 I E R .
l'ATENTEIl OCTOIlEIt 2, 1SW.
This simple, thouh ell'eettvo machine Is ndmlt
ted by all scienllllo observers to bo tho most direct
ilcvlej lor gathering clover seed vet discovered,
A mens glaui o nt it Is hulllclent to convince, tho
most obtuse mind of Its practical utllllv.
It snips thn clover head Irom theMulk leaving
thaktiuWfctiiiidlnK upon tho ground. It Is easily
draw n by one horse, and lcuulres butouo man or
boy to wui kit.
It iscoinpait. simple In structure, nnd not 11a
Ec' out of order, niul can lw cheaply got up.
I ho great advantage In this muclilnu is, wo
havo the w ed galliensl In tho chair, ready for tho
;locr mill or huller, besides saving tho great
U nglh nf tlinonnd labor of mowing, handling nnd
threshing it noiii thu straw, It will nlsopay ov
ciy farmer to gather lilsse.il with this machine,
mi account or I ho saving of tho seed which U lost
in tho old way of gathering it.
men who wish to pui chasoHtatoor county Rights.
For particulars addres
WERTMAN A REINHOLR,
Jan25 ot.J Columbia County, Pa.
SCHOOL. Tho Fall twin began Keptem
ber .l. Tho Faculty of Instruction consists of lour
resident and four non-resident professors, und n
tutor. Tlin object is to educate young men for
the Christum Ministry. Thero Is n piepnrutory
class lor those who hno not received a collegiato
education. Ono hundred and sixty dollars a year
1110 granted to beucnvinrlos, with nu additional
sum in sieclnl eases. Tho tuition, uso of Library
and tPxt.lMHjkK.iiru freu to til 1. Tho School was
luuniled by the I'nltarl.in and Christian dcnoml.
nut ions, but Is onen to all u lio li,.ll,v, In l...
vlne orlglu of Christianity. Tho Library consists
application may no inaiio to Rev. A. A. Liver
nunc, President of tho Hoard of Instruction,
JJnadvllle, Pa. no17-ly
roin and ullcrOi-tolmr isa-, iimirrn.,..iii
pass ItuiH-rl ns follows t
GniNU Noiirn.-Elniirn Mall nt i I'.st.i Erie
Hoivu Sol rii.-Phlladclphla Mull at 11 A.H.:
New York Expi ess an p.m. '
GEORGE WEBB, Supt.
rj-iIIE ONLY PLACE
to got tho best
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIH
n fow doors below tho American Homo,
Ho has tho largest and most seloct of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO
evcroirored to tho citizens of Bloonisburg. All
tho fancy brands of
and the best Fine-cut and Plug
can bo had nt his counters.
In gi cat variety nro among his largo stock,
DON'T FORGET TO CALL.
H. H. HUNSBERGER.
TTAGEN, UOYD & CO.,
nnd Wholesale Dealers In
LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
No. CI North Third Street,
Consignors cnn forward their stock "In Bond,1
without prepaying tho United States tax.
TT W. RANK'S
WHOLESALE TOHACCO, SNUFF, AND
No. 110 North Third Street,
between Cherry nnd Race, west side,
JUSSELL & WOODRUFF,
Wholesalo Dealers in
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, PIPES, Ac, Ac,
No. 13 North Third Slreet, above Market,
"t MUSIMUTII, BROTHER ct CO.,
WHOLESALE TOBACCO DEALERS,
No. 131 North Third Street,
fivo doors below pace.
Factories, Nos, 223 and 22j Quarry Street,
J II. WALTER,
Loto Walter A Kaub,
Importer and Dealer In
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE,
No. 231 North Third Street,
between Race nnd Vino
CARPirriNGS, 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,
J H. LONGSTRETH,
No. 12 North Third Street,
J V. LAMBERT,
with ROSS, SHOTT A CO.,
Importers and Jobbers ot
CLOTHS, CASSIMERIX, VESTINOS, Ac,
No. 301 Market Street,
pOWDER KEGS AND LUMBER.
W. M. MONROE A CO.,
and dealers In nil kinds of
give notico that they are prepared to accomodate
their custom with dispatch, nnd on tho cheapest
jyILLER & HOST,
Successors to Franklin P. Seltzer A Co.,
Importers nnd Wholesalo Dealers In
LIQUORS, WINKS, Ac,
Nos. 110 nnd 112 North Third Street,
To Hotel nnd Saloon keepers of Illooms-
b'. rg anil Columbia County. I havo appointed
M . r . Stohner agent for tho sale of my ale, jiorter,
l vn stout, and lagor beer, who will supply you
n 10 same price (and with tho samo article), ns I
s 'Id furnish you from the brewery. Knoowlng
that he will bo punc tual and attentlvo to all who
may favor him with their trade, I solicit for him
your support. Very respectfully,
Stenm Brewery, Rending, Pa.
E. A II. T. ANTHONY A CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic Materials.
WIIOI.r.SAI.K AND UCTAIL,
S01 BltOADWAY. N. Y.'
r.?.nnV!',,...!! .t.'.,!."r ."mln business of PHOTO
GRA11IIU MATERIALS woarolleadquartcrs for
tho following, viz.!
SrHREOSCOPlOS A STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS,
Oi American and Foreign Cities nnd Landscapes.
OroiiiiSj Htatuary, etc
Horn negatives made In tho various campaigns,
nnd tunning n complete Photogrnphlo history of
the vrcnt cotitnut.
HTEREOSCOPIC VIEWH ON OLABS,
Adapted for either tho Magic Lantern or tho
Stereoscope, Our Catalogue will bo sent to any
uddiess on receipt of stamp.
Wo manufaeturo more largely than nnv other
Iiou8c,!iljout2i varieties from rti cents tof.i0each.
Our ALBUMS havo tho reputation of being supe
rior In beauty und durability to any others.
Card Photon raphs of Generals, Statesmen, Actors,
A0"? f,'"!01"0 embraces over FIVE THOUS-
-y ., ""' , i .... 1? lepiiKiucilous
"'""" J.ngniviiigs, runnings,
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1'hotnLrmiilii.ry nnd nil,.... ,,.i..i.... , .!
ti',e!r1'.1,Me?rc""t -3fcr tl''"-"Hho amount w:lti!
'fl1 Plera nnd quality of our goods cannot
all to satisfy, novl7-ly
rpiIE AMERICAN HAY KNIFE
-fv. .AND FOUK.Wo the undersigned citizens
oi Columbia County witnessed the trial of ha"
,i iiiu iiinn oi .nr. I'ursei, in Hemlock
lottmhip.ou Monday, May 7, W, between llio
fcVVK'-w" ,fi'1,:l,'.V!,A!'.,k ifae!ured by
burg, Pa., and t ho. Rundel s Pulent lluy H k.
Tho American Fork lilted moro hay In o no
'. nlVVi'lii'i T.,"'" ---"-f'"- Ihreo. Wo aro sat s.
tied It will tako as much liny into tho mow as t,o
good horses can draw. Wo also saw It euttliig
hay.atu think It cannot bo beat nsnli'iy in 111?
SH f.'.'.'irJl!11? rnm"onl R M the best hay fork'
mid knlfo so have cer seen.
i' ii P"'. Du. 1 O. IIAIUIISO.V,
)) !! )y0S!l- John Doak, '
John DKTumc-K, Danifi. Novnn,
s.'J.Jf'!!1'1'11"1 HviA-Birtn PuiUkl,
ri i ,1:"l John Won-.
....... iTieiiruieu iiueseyo
munis' U"'1 cli" "Sflcultural lmplo-
Illoomsljurg, Columbia County, Pa.
Thft ftnbscrllicr. nrntflrtl rril.n t
. ,,,u iiuuvc'T nmoj
cxtcnslvo establishment, is now prepared to t
celvo orders for nit kinds of
MACHINERY FOR COLLIERIES, BLAST
FURNACES, HTATIONA RY ENGINES,
MILLS, THRESHING MACHINES,
Ho Is nlso nrennrcd to mnlcn Rln. r n
and patterns, Plow-Irons, and everything usiti
,,. ni-i.ib-i', i-uiinuiies.
Ills cxtcnslvo facilities nnd prnetlcnl workmen
warrant him In rccclvlm? tlm inn.of
tho most reasonablo terms.
Grain of nil kinds will bo taken In exchange f.
Castings. 14 ror
Tills establishment l lnpnln.1 n. t.. t..
wnniia nnd llloomsburg Railroad Depot,
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT
announces to his friends and customers that
continues tho nbovo business nt hlsold place on
MAIN STREET, I1LOOMS11URO.
Customers can be accomodated with
of nil kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, and every vn.
rlcly of nrtlclo found InnStovonnd Tlnwnro U,.
tabllshment In tho cities, and on the most reason,
nblo terms. Repairing ilonc nt tho shortest hollne,
23 DOZEN MILK-PANS
on hand for Rale.
STOVUS OF EVERY VARIETY,
and all kinds of Castings, on hand or supplied on
tho shortest notico and at tho cheapest rates.
COAL BREAKERS AND COAL BCHUTM
made to order.
piKENIX STOVE DEPOT.
HEATERS, RANGES, AND STOVES,
Wholesale and Jlctnll.
PATENT ANTI-DUST COOKING STOVE.
for heating two or moro rooms.
PARLOR, COOKING, LAUNDRY HEATINO,
nnd every variety of STOVES.
JOHN I. HERS,
No. 310 North Second Street, Philadelphia.
Importer and Dealer In
IRON AND STEEL,
No. CO Front Street,
Q.EORGE II. ROBERTS,
Importer add Dealer In
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, Ac,
No. 811 North Third Street, nbovo Vino,
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
I EXCHANGE HOTEL.
ll HLOOMSBURO, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The undersigned having purchased this well
knowu and centrally-located house, tin Exchange
Hotel, sltunto on MAIN STREET, In HUomsburg.
Immediately opposlto tho Columbia County Court
House, respectfully informs his friends and tlm
public In general that his house Is now In order
for tho reception aud entertainment of travellers
who may bo disposed to favor It with their cus.
torn. Ho has spared no cxpenso In preparing the
Exchange for tho entertainment of bis guests,
neither shall tlicro bo anything wanting (on tils
part) to minister to their pcrsonnl comfort. Ills
house Is spacious, nnd enjoys an excellent busi
Omntbusses run nt nil times between tho Ex.
chango Hotel and tho variot railroad depots, by
which travellers will bo pleasantly conveyed to
mid from tho respective stations In duo tlmo to
meet tho cars. JOHN F. CASLOW.
Bloomsburg, March 22, lsafl.
GEORGE W. MAUGER, lroprletor.
Tho abovo well-known hotel hns recently under
gone radical changes In Its Internal arrangements,
and Its proprietor announces to his former custom
nnd tho travelling publlo that his accomodations
for tho comfort of his guests aro second to nouo In
tho country. His tablo will always bo fonud sup
plied, not only Willi substnutlnl food, but with all
tho delicacies of tho season. His wines and li
quors (except that populnr boverago known as
"Jftllenry"), purchased direct from the Importing
houses, aro entirely pure, und frco from nil imi.
sonous drugs. Ho Is thankful for n liberal patron
age lit tho past, and will continue to deserve It In
the future. GEORGE W. MAUGER.
J1IIE SWAN HOTEL,
TUB UrPER HOUSE,
ORANGEVILLE, COLUMBIA CO.,
Ths subscriber resnect fulls Informs bis friends
nnd tho nubile, Hint iio has taken the above well
known Ilouso of Entertainment, nnd will bo
iieuseii in receive 1110 eusiom oi an wiio mu
avor him with n call.
HE WILL KEEP A GOOD TABLE,
a liar well stocked with the best of Liquors, anil
overy effort will bo made to render entire satis
faction. JOHN SNYDElt.
urniigeville, ra., March 15, lMi7-lin.
piIE ESPY HOTEL,
JiHl'Y, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The subscriber res
and the public, that ho has taken the nbovo well
known House of Entertainment, nnd will be
picnsed to reeclvo the custom of all who will
favor him with n call.
HE WILL KEEP A GOOD TABLE,
n Par well stocked with tho best of Liquors, and
every eirort will bo made to render entlrn satis
faction. WM. REM LEY.
liipy, Pa., April 12, 1S07.
ORANGEVILLE, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
ISRARL JIUMMA, PROPRIETOR.
Havlm; taken oossckrIoii of this wi.11.1rnowH
house, so lonar keot bv Sfiinncl KTerett. thol'ro-
orletor hns put In It iierinanent repalrand furnish
ed HAR AND LAUIir.Uwith thnrhnicestlinoors
and newest delleueles. Ills stnbla Is not excelled
In tho county; and no pains will bo spared to
accommodate guests. npr5'07.
Tho above Hotel has lately been purchased by
HENRY J. CLARK, and hns liecn thoroughly re
modelled, repnlred, and refurnished. It will lo
found now, In Its arrangement and nppolntmonta,
n first-class Hotel, nnd second to uono In the
country. Persons In cities wishing to spend the
hot liisinlhs In tho country, will do well to give
the proprietor ncall.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Nos. 00, 02, 01, and 00 North Third Streets,
between Market and Arch Htreers;
piIE UNION HOTEL,
Aich Street, between Third nnd Fuurth Streets,
CHRIST A WEHEIt,
Corner of Ninth and Chestnut Streets,
II. W. KANAGA,