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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUHG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
T line for ftllliiaj 1'lmlter.
Tim nr. li an opinion unicrnlly enter
tallied that Umber slioulil bu felknt only
ilti ring tlio declliiL' oftlic moon; for If
tt bo cut tlowu (Hiring Its Increase, It
will not bo of a irood or n ilurnblo quill
Ity. This linpreuxlon tircvnlla In vnrl
oils countries. It Is ncluil upon In
Englrttitl, unit I' inndo tlm ground or
legislation In France. Tho forest Invvs,
of the latter country Interdict tho cut
tine of timber during tho lncrcnso of
tho moon. M. Auguto do Saint 1111
alro itntes, that ho found tho sumo
opinion prevalent lit Ilrar.ll. Hlgnor
Kranel?cOj 1'lnto, nn cnilnont nprrlctil
tnrlot In tho provlncoof Eplrlto Snnlo,
itusuml hluias tho remit of lih expert
nice, that the wood which wni not
felled at tho full of tho moon was Im
mediately attacked by worm, mid very
In tho extcmlve forest's of (iurniany,
the snino opinion U cntertnincd and
acted upon wltii the mint undoubtliif-
eonndencolu Its truth. Saner, u super
Intendent of some of thcuo districts, an
ulana what he believes to bo Its physical
cause. According to him the lncrcnso
of tho moon caucs the sap to rwciul In
tho timber; and on tho other hand,
tho decreno of the moon causes jts tic
scent. If the timber, therefore, be cut
during the decrease of the moon It will
bo cut In a dry state, the sap having
retired; and tho wood, theruibre, will
be compact, solid nnd durable. Hut If
It bo cut during tho lncrcnso of the
moon, It will bo felled with the sap In
It, and will therefore bo nioro spongy,
more easily attacked by worms, more
cllfllcult to season and more readily
split nnd warped by changis of temper
Admitting for rt moment the reality
of this supposition concerning tho mo'
tlon of tho sap, It would follow that the
proper time for felling tho timber
would bo the now moon, that being tho
epoch at which tho deicent of tho sap
woulil have been made, and tho ascent
not yet commenced Hut can there be
Imagined in tho whole range of natural
science, n physical relation more extra
ordinary and unaccountable than this
supposed correspondence between tlio
movement of the sap and tho phases of
the moon? Assuredly theory affords
not tho slightest countenance to such a
supposition; but let us iniiulru as to the
fact whether it bo really the case that
the quality of timber depends upon the
state of the moon at tho time It is
jU. Duhamel -Miuuvnii, a celebrated
French agriculturist, has made direct
and positive experiments for the pur
posoof testing this question; and has
clearly nnd conclusively shown that
the qualities of timber fetlod in d lifer
cnt parts of the lunar month are tho
ame. M. Duhamel felled a great many
trees of the same age, growing from the
samo soil, and exposed to tho same as
pect, and never found any difference in
the quality of tho timber when lie om
pared those which were felled in tho
decline of the moon with those which
were felled during Its Increase, In gen
oral they have afforded timber of tho
came quality. I Io adds however, that
by a vlrcumsta ce, which was doubtless
fortuitous, a slight difference was man
ifested in favor of timber which had
beon felled between tho new and full
moon contrary to popular opinion,
Don't KM flu limn.
Tin: lcsjon to be drawn from tho re
cent cases of trichinosis in Springfield
Is summed up in Just these four words.
While anthorities differ In many other
things with regard to this new disease,
all agree that If ham and pork are
lioroiighli cooked there Is no daiigcr
In eating either. Sometimes tho li?no
has been communicated by eating im
perfectlj cured "dried beef," hut here,
too, all danger disappears when tho
beef Is well cooked. Theo and other
facts of especial interest to tho medical
profession aro admirably set forth In a
communication to tho New York Med
ical Jlecord by Dr. Itustlnc, nf. Marlon,
hid., who hat treated several cases of
tho disease. Dr. RNtlne sums up tho
caso as follows :
1. That symptoms Indicating tho
presence of young trlchlmc In tho tls
sues are observed as early or earlier
than tho fourth day after the Ingestion
ol the trlchlnous meat.
2. That cysts aro formed as early as
tho twenty-fifth day.
:t. That, otiier things being equal, tho
seventy or tho symptoms is in direct
proportion to tho amount or trlchlnous
1. That an active cathartic irlvcn
Whllo the worms are still within the
Intestinal canal is effectual to a certain
degree Jn causing their expulsion and
mitigating tho severity of tho disease.
6, That youth affords no immunity
fiom tho effiets of the dlsi-use.
0. That salting and smoking do not
destroy tho vitality of tho parasite.
7. That thorough rooking accompli-
M thll ofljlct.
AdTanUge ufFunl Kenning.
Mn. C. N. 1)i:mi:.nt, in his J'oultei-cr'e
Companion, says: There should bo a
poultry yard connected with every
farm established ; a farm Is Incomplete
wttnwHIt. ami thcro Is no reuoii whv
noultry should not bo turned to a good
ttccoant both for producers nnd con
sumcrs. Indeed, every person that has
tho room should not bo without them.
Tho Industrious mechanic can, by this
means, easily add to tho comfort of Ida
homo, as well as tho stock In tho larder.
As a general average, twenty fowls
will produce not far from fifteen liun
dred eggs, nnd ono hundred chickens,
during n year.
HOL'SKS, VARDU, inc.
Whether fowls are suffered to run ut
large or not, thero should always bo n
houso for them, and with a good yard
attached. Tho warmest place Is tho
bet, whero on a cold winter's day the
sun may shine in upon tbcui, which
will greatly promote their laying pow
ers. Tho Interior, or fitting up depends
entirely upon tho taato of the reader.
Fowls aro of all birds the most easy
to feed ; any alimentary substance seCms
to agreo with them, and a fow general
remarks will sufllco upon this subject.
Some kind of gruin, (of which corn is
the best,) should bo before them at all
times; meat and some green food
should bo supplied occasionally. Pow
dered llino or chalk should also he con
dkhiiiajili: mt j:i:i.
For poultry rearing on a small scale,
tho "overlastlng Inyers,"so called, are
preferable. Such aro tho Hluck Span
ish ; Crested I'olauds, and Leghorn.
For winter laying tho RrnmiH aro unsurpassed,
.gov the (ountj -golhfl.
Thf l-'l njr elrstl lug ii King,
In tho days of old, when tho Frogs
were all at liberty In tho lakes, and had
grown qultu weary of following every
ono his own devices, they assembled
one day together, and with no little
clamor petitioned Jupiter to give them
a King to keep them In better order,
and niako them lead honester lives.
Jupiter knowing the vanity of their
hearts smiled at their request, nnd
threw down a log Into tho lake, which
by tho splash and commotion It made,
s.ent tho wholu commonwealth Into the
greatest terror and amazement. They
rushed under the water and into the
mud, and dared not come within ten
leaps' length of the spot wheie It lay.
At length one Frog, bolder than tho
rest, ventured to pophls head above tho
water, and take a survey of their new
King at a respectful distance. Present
ly, when they perceived the Log He
stock-still, others began to swim up to
it and around It ; till by degrees, grow
ing boldernnd bolder,theyat last leaped
upon It, and treated it with tho greatest
contempt. Dissatisfied with so tame a
rule.tliey forthwith petitioned Jupltern
second time foranothcrand moroactlve
King. Upon which lie sent thorn a
Stork, who no sooner arrived among
them than he beirau laying hold of
lliem devouring them one by one as
fat as he could, nnd It was In vain that
they endeavored to escape him. Then
they sent Mercury with a prlvato mes
sage to Jupiter, beseeching him that he
would take pity on them once mora ;
but Jupiter replied, that they were only
.suffering tho punishment duo to their
folly, and that another time they would
leant to let well alone, and not bo dis
satisfied with their natural condition.
Tl Dog Iuvltcd to Supper.
A tli.2rri.KMAN, having prepared u
great feast, invited a Friend to supper;
And tho Gentleman's Dog, meeting tho
Friend's Dog, "Come," said he, "my
good fellow, and sup with us to-night."
Tho Dog was delighted with tho invi
tation, and as lto stood by and saw thu
preparations for the feast, said to him
self, "Capital fare, Indeed ! this Is, in
truth, good luck. I shall revel in dain
ties, and 1 will take good care to lay In
an ample stock to night, for I may have
nothing to eat to-morrow." As ho said
this to himself, he wagged ills tail, and
gave a sly look at his friend who had
invited him. Hut his tall wagging to
and fro caught tho cook's eye, who see
lug a stranger, straight way seized him
bv the legs, and threw him out of the
window. When he reached thoground,
ho set off yelping down tho street; upon
which the neighbors' Dogs ran up to
him, asking him how ho liked ids sup
per, "i'faitli," said he, with a sorry
smile, "I hardly know, for wedrauk m
dec;) that 1 can't even tell you which
way I got out of tho house."
They who enter by the back-stairs
may expect tu he shown out at tho
The Mlrj 111 Council.
O.vci: upon a time the Mice being di
troed by tho persecution of tho Cat
resolved to call a meeting, to decide up
on tho best means of getting rid of this
continual annoyance. Many plans
wcro discussed and rijeeled ; nt last a
young Mouse got up and proposed that
u Hell should bo hung round tho Cat's
neck, that they might for tho future al
ways havo notice of her coming, and so
be enabled to escape. Tills proposition
was hailed with tho greatest applause,
ml was agreed to at onco unanimously.
Upon which an old Mouse, who hail
at silent all the whllo, got up and said
that he considered tho contrivance moot
ingenious, and that It would, no doubt,
be quite successful ; but lie hail only
ono short question to put, namely,
which of them It was who would Hull
tho Cat t
It is one thing to propo-e, another to
Tlia Wolf and tlie Ilora.
Ah a Wolf was roaming over a
farm, ho camo to a field of oats, but not
being able to cat them, ho left them and
went his way. Presently meeting with
a Horse, hehado lilm come with him
into tho field ; "For," says he, "I havo
found some cnpltal oat ; and I have not
tasted one, but havo kept them all for
you, for the very sound of your teeth Is
music to my ear." Hut tho IIoio re
plied: "A pretty fellow! If Wolves
were able to eat oats, I tu-pect you
would not havo preferred your cars to
Little thanks are duo to him who only
gives away what Is of no usoto hiiii.-eif.
The Am and liU llrlvrr.
An Ass that wits holmr driven nlrino-
tho road hv his Muster, started on fihriiiL
and, leaving the beaten track, iiiailo as
Iiii-t as he could for tho edgo of a precl
nice. When ho was lust on the uritiit
of falling over, his Muster ran up, and
seizing him hy tho tall, endeavored to
pull him back; but tho Ass resisting i
and pulling tho contrary way, the man
let go bis hold, saying, "Well, Jack, if
you will bo master 1 cannot help it. A
wilful beast inut go his own way."
Tlir llraitrr anil 111 Dog.
Tm:ur. was a certain IVazier who"
had n little Dug, Whllu ho hammered
away at ids metal, tho Da slept; but
whenever ho sat down to his dinner tho
Dog woko up. ".ShiL'L'ard cur!" said
the llruzler, throwing him a boue ;
"you sleep through tho noiso of ths
anvil, but wake up nt tho first cla'.tcr of
Men aro awako enough to their own
Interests, who turn a deaf ear to their
The IVuirand the float
A Wolf seeing a Cioal feeding-an tho
brow of a high preelpiei-wliere he could
not come nt her, besought her to come
down lower, for fear she, should lniss
her footing at that dlizy height; 'and
moreover," said he, "the grass is far
sweeter and nioro abundant hero bo-
low." Hut tho tlnftl replied: "F.xcuso
me; It Is not for my dinner that vou
Invited me, but for your own."
The Widow milks lieu,
A AVidow woman kept a hen that
laid nn egg overy morning. Thought
tho woman to herself "if I double my
Hen's allowance of Parley, alio wliriay
twice a-day." So sho tried her plan,
and the hen becamo so fat nnd sleek-,'
that sho loft ofl'laying at all.
Figures are not always facts.
To what would n man, taking break,
fast with his betrothed, bo most likely
to object ? To tnko any butter ibut her.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Hoofland's Gorman Tonic.
l'rcpurcd Ljr Ilr. '. 31. Jackson,
The Great Remedies
iob Alt buimi or tub
I.IVEIt, STOMACH, or
Hoofland's German JJittors
Ii compounded of tho pure juices, (or as tbey ire
medicinally Icrm ra ImB es. Fftracli) of
noon, ncros iB aa inauftrKfl.mAK
cofioltc aamixturt 0 any ' ma.
Hoofland's Gorman Tonio,
7 a comllnntlon of all the Ingredient of Oha
liirtcri, with tho purcit nullity of Santa Ciui
Jlum, Orange, etc , aaluoft one of tho moit
plcanant and QgrccaUo rcmvdlce CTcr offered to
Tlioip preferring a Medicine free from Alco
holic, admixture, will uia
Hoofland's Gorman Sitters.
In ca.cb of nerrotu depreialon. when loma
alcoholic- illmultM la necessary,
Hoofland's German Tonio
abould bo used.
The Bitter or tho Tonts are both equally
good, and contain the lamo medicinal Tlrto.es,
The stomach, from a variety of causes, auch as
Indigestion, lljs . pcpala, Nerv0ns
Debility, etc, is Srm very ant to havo
Its functions de IfM )W ranged. Tho ra
suit of vrhloh Is, siafi that tho patient
suffers from several or more of tho foiloslns
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Files
Ifulneas of Blood to the Head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Distrust for Food,
Fulneas or WeUht In tho
Btomach, Sour Eruo
tattons, Sinking or Flut
tering at tho Pit or the
Stomach, Swimming of the
Head. Hurried or Dinicult Breath
Ins:, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or SulToc&tlns; Sensations when In
a, Lying Posture. Dimness of
Vision, Dots or webs beforo
the Sight, Dull Pain in
the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellow
ness of the Skin and Eyes,
Pain In the Side, Back,
. Chest, Llm jrKk bs, etc, Sud
den Flushes of ITA )W Heat, Burn
ing In tho fc.ft Flesh, Con
stant Imaginings of Evil, and
Oreat Depression of Spirits.
These remedies will effectually euro Liver
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyppcpeia, Ohronlo or
Nervous Debility, Uhronlo Diarrhna, Dlssaw of
taa Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a
Disordered Uver, fcltomach, or Intestines.
ItssrLTlso mom 1st Crsa wnivtvtR!
MOST UAT ION OF THE SYSTEM.
iHDrCID 8T fcJSVIItS LlBOB, UiRDsmrs.
Exposes-, Iarias, iro.
There Is no medlclna extant flqaal t. these
remedies In such rosea K tone ana vigor Is Im
parted to the whole Bystem, the Appetite Is
tltrengthened. food r Is enjojed, the
stomach digests lTj promptly, tho
blood Is purllled. the complexion
becomes sound and Raw healthy, the yel
low Unge Is eradicated from tho eyes, a bloom
is given to the cheoks.and tho weak and nervous
Invalid boeomesa strong and healthy being.
1'evsons Advanced tn Life,
And feeling the bend of time weighing heavily
upon Uiam, with all It. attendant ills, will find In
the nse of this MTTlillU, or the TONIO, an
elixir that will Instil new life Into their veins,
restore In a measure the energy and ardor of
mora youthful days, build up their shronkea
forms, and give health and hlpjtac.s to their
Il ls aweU'CstabUehad fact that fully cue half
of the female por . tlon of aur pepa
Utloo are seldom TB" In the en)eyDMat
ol good health; or, ui the awu
expression, "never Gssmvaal feel wulL" Then
ars languid, devoid of all energy, extremely ner
vous, and nave no appetite.
m J?,Si.cU" persons the DITTER3, or tho
TOHIO, is especially recommended.
WEAK AMD DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made stnmg by the tua of diner of tbeao
!f?!".?- Tb,y " eu every an of MA
UA8MUS,wlth0Blfan. Thousands of csruueates bars aceomoltted ta
the banes of the proprietor, but spaea wia allow
of the publication ol hat a few. These, U wiU
M observed, are men of nota and of roeh tana.
tog that they must be believed,
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward
ChliJutlia efflj Suprmi Court Qfm., writes!
. . . .Pnaid!p(e, Ifsrcb 15, 1MT.
"I find 'Hoof. land's Oerman
Bitters Ms a good tonio, nsoful la
diseases of thedl f gestlvs organs,
and of great ben GsH saw erit In esses of de
bility, and want nf nerrotu action in ths sj stem.
" Yours truly.
"at'O. W. W00DWA11D."
Hon. James Thompson,
Juifi s fA a'urrime Court e iNftneylvama.
JiMrtpAfa, April 5', IS!",
"I consider 'Iloolland's Oerman Hitters' a
valuable udcfn In case of attacks of lodlgcB
tlon or Dyspepsia. 1 caa certify this from my
experience of ft
" Yours, with respect,
From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard,
arr e JtntX Loftiil C7,urcA, rli&ibhia.
lr, action Dear Bin I have been frequently
renuosted to connect my name with recommen
dations of different kludB of medicines, but, re
garding the prao . . tlee bs out ol my
appropriate TlmrT sphere, I have In
ull cases declined II Ll but vsilli a elear
proof In various beu -UJ Ins'ancesaud par
ticularly in my own family, of tho usifuiuess of
Dr. iloolland's acrnua Outers, 1 depart for once
from my usual course, to express my full com lo
tion that, for otntrat dtbitUjf e IA lyiCM, aiuX
ripectaly for Ltvir C'emdinl, Una 13t and
ittltMfclejrraralion. In some esses It may fall;
but usually, I doubt not, It Hill be my bcticik'lal
to those tlio auQcr front tho nboe causes.
J. II. KENNAIID,
Eighth, below Coates El
From Rev. E. D. Fendall,
Jlliitaut Xlttor Chrtttian ClttonicUMritf
I lisvs derived decided ber-fit from tLeuee of
Iloolland's Oct man lllltere, aiid feel II rny privi
lege to recommend them bb a most valuable tonio
to all who are suQcrleg from general debility or
from diseases arising from derangement of tb
Ulcr. Yours truly,
11. 15. PEKDALL.
IToofland's Oerman Remedies art onnterfull
JACKSON ll on Mm lie wrspper of
I'llnclpal Onice and Manufactory at the O.r.
man aledlclne Utore, No. 031 AHUII Uueet, 1'hll.
OnAIUVCS M. EVANS,
Herman Diuggi.t, 1'ropritlor,
. . v .Formerly O. it. Jicnos eV Co.
For Bile by all DrogUUand DealctslnUsdl
Uoontnd'B German Blllers, per bottle ft
n " " ''" doiea.,.. t 00
JTponsnd's German Totde, rut op in quart
bottles 1 0
per bottle, or a half doxen fur I M
KT" Do not forget to examine well the artlils
joa buy, la ordit lo gel the genuine.
Jmuury ill, hut.
riunii a uiii y a i j ur
FALL AND WINTEtl OOOIW.
Tho MuMcrlbcr limJtiNt rclurncil from the clUe
Willi nnotlicr large nnj select ninortment of
HI'UIXCI AND HUMMHH GOOlw,
I'UichiiflCt,l In Now Yotknml Diilatlclphla fit the
louont figure, ftnil which ho li determined to ell
on in muderato tcrnn n enn bo procured eUe
w hero In Uloomshnru. His utock comprlien
laDIUS DltlXS GOODS
of thecliotcoM, itylen nnd Intent fiishlom.toKCther
ivlth a lnrfjo.iissorttnent of Dry Ooou-t nnl Uro-
eerlen, ronM-thiK of tho followlnfl nrtlcles :
Quecnu nre, 1 Innlw nit
llooti nuu Hhoi'H,
lints nnd Cnp1,
iloop Net t,
AND NOTIONS GEN KAMA.
In short, everything iminhy kept In country
storeH, to which no Invites the nttentlon of tho
public RenernUy. Tho highest price will bo pfild
for country produce In oxehnnge for Roods,
8. II. milu:u&"sox.
Arendo luilMlng, HlwunsburK, l'n.
QltKAT ItKOUGTION IN PUICICS
AT Dl.TKU UNT'H BTOUK,
IN MOIIT KTUi;r.T,
FALL AND AVINTKH GOODS.
THE subscriber lixw JuM received nnd hns on
hand nt his oU sLind in Light Htrrct, n lnrgo nnd
ASSORTMENT OF MKIICIIAKDISK
purchased ut the lowest figure, nnd which he
determined to sell on ni moilernto ternts ns
ie procured elsowhcro In Light Stutt,
tX)Jl C.LS7 OH CO UXTJi V PJIODUCF..
Ills stock conslKts ut
IiADIES' DltKSS GOODS,
choicest style, nnd latest fusil Ions,
Hosiery, Cm pets,
HEADY MADK CLOTHIXO,
Cottonailes, Kentucky .Tenn.
AC., AO AC,
Querniwnre, Cednrwnre, Hnrdwnri', Medicines,
Drugs, Oils, ruluts.Ac.
HOOTS A SHOES, HATS it CAPS.
In short everything usually kept In n country
store, Tho pntronugo of his old friends nnd the
public ftenerutly, is respectfully solicited.
The highest market price paid for country pro
duce. PKTEIl ENT.
Light Street, Nov. 8 1SG7.
Q.UEAT ItEDUCTIOX IN 1-IUCES
AT D. K. SLOAN'S STOIIE,
IN OUANOKVIlljU, PA.,
FAlih AND WINTER GOODS.
The subscriber has Just received nnd has on hand
ut his store In Orangcvllle, a liiruo and select
ASSORTMENT OP MERCHANDISE
purchased at tho lowest figure, and which ho Is
determined lo sell on an modemto terms as can
be procured elseviheio In Orniifrcville,
FDIt CAHI Wit COUNTltY I'llOIlI'CIi.
11U stock conslsU of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
CllOlt'K.sr 8TVI.K4 ANP I.ATKST KASHIONS,
UallcucH, Muslins, Ulnghnms, rlaunelii, Hosiery
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Oittonades, Kentucky Jtans,
AC, AC, AB
Quenswaro, Oeilarwnre, Hardware, Medicines
nnuos OILS, l'AINTX, .ic.
ROOTS A SH01K, 1 1 ATS & CARS.
In short everything usually kept Inn country
store. Thopatronago of his old ftlcnds and the
public generally, Ii respectfully solicited.
The highest market price paid fur country pro
duce. I). K. SI.WAN.
Orangovllle, May 21, 1VS7.
J J. imo AV E It,
Is now oircrlm; to Iho public his Slock of
.S' J 11 IN a GOO I) ,s
consisting In part of ft full lino of
INGRAIN, AVOOL AND RAG
OA HP r. TS,
Kino cloths and cnsslmcro for Iidlcs' coats,
IIANDSOMC 1)11124 (100IIH,
of nil patterns ami qualities, lulalds nnd Trlnts
of various qualities and ptlees,
IlI.EAUIir.I) AND 11IIOWN .MUHUNS,
LA DIE'S FRENCH CORSETS,
flood assortment of
IAMKV .t CIUUini:.-H aMTlCKSJt 110OTX.
Fresh Groceries and Splccs. New assortment
GI.AfcH AND QUKKNS-WAHi:,
V X N O. 1 MAO K E R E h
In one-hnirand one-fourth bands.
Now Is tho tlnto to make your selections, ns I
am offering goods at cry low prices, and our
motto Is fair dealing to nil, and not to bo under
sold by uny. J. J. llltOWKlt.
Kloomsbttrg, April 12, 1S67.
URRAH I'OR CATAV1SSA !
THIS WAY I'OU 11AUOAINH.
Goods lo compnro with stringency of the money
market. !.ook and compare prices beforo pur
chasing elsowhcre. Just call at th favorite bus),
ness stnnd of
nud you will bo met by tho obliging proprietors or
their clerks, and show n through their great variety
Blore free of charge, of course. They will give you
ft fulr chnnco to spend our loose change, they
trust much more profitably limn It enn ho spent
tisowhero, Their ,
STOCK 01' PHY GOODS
this Spring 1b much larger In all Its varieties than
I.ADILW DUHS3 GOODS
am of tho nicest styles lu market. They have r
n no assortment of
HATS, CAIS, HOOTS AND SIIOKS,
SUMMHIt CI.OTHH, CASSINI.-IS,
CASSIMKItUS, AND VKSTINOS,
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, beside a general assortment of
IIAllDWAItn, TINWAUU, QUHISsWARK,
nil at greatly reduced prices. They wish lo con
duct their business on tho system of
"PAY AS YOU GO,"
and they think they can afford to sell veryckeap,
They return their thanks for many past favors,
nnd ask tho futuro patronage .f their former cus
tomers and Iho puhllo genorally,
MoNINL'H A BHUMAN.
JOWE, EUS'l'ON it CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dculiri In
COTTON VAItNS, CAItrCT CHAINS,
IIATTH, WICKS, TII3 YARNS, COItDAOK,
nitOOMK, WOOD AND WII.IX)W WAlllt,
LOOK'Q GLASSES, CLOCKS, FANCY IlASKITrs
TAIII.H, TLOOn, AND CAItrUAQK
No. 630 Market Street, south aide,
JOSEI'H 8. DEIiD,
Manuraoturer of and Whol.ss.lo Dealer In
OIXJTIIINO, CLOTHS, OASHIMEKES, AND
No, 11 North Third Street,
1SS LIZZIE I1AHK1.EY
lim lust rtvrlvnl. nt her old rdnce nn JInlti !.,
FAt.t, A.NII WINTI'-H HTOCK
of mlllliicry Bomte of every qnnlltjr nml style,
I, ATI ST HTVI.I! IlO.NNin-rl.
of thnvpry tipstinrtterlMt togetlicrwllhtliovcry
lettt navnritnrnt uf
THIMMINUK, IIII1110NS, U,
illicit nroonvreil for nalo nt llio lotvrst ioBtl)le
rnlee. t'nll nml are,
llloolnaburK, Oft. 8 17.
Ttin iittiiifatrrttnil lircr lnfivf In Inform her
friends nnd tho public Eentrnlly, thnt sho hns
ft fiesh stock
of goods tn tho lino of
MILLINEUV nmt TUIMM1NG4
In connection Mlth Dics Making; nnd Is pre
pnrcd In addition, to
on the shortest notlce.nnd In tho best stjlc of
tlio nrt, 1'ilcfs cheap nnd work naiitrncioiy.
MUH, IJ, K LI l .
LtRhtsStrett, October 4, 1S67,
TVEW JlIIil.lNEHY ESTAHL1S1I-
'J ho Mlmea llnrmnn vvotiM reMicclftilly n"
noutico to their frletuU in town run! country, that
I hoi- l,nn tnt vepptvml nt. tlielr nhlco nf litlslllpm
oiiMulilst, below American House, n, largo nnd
new Rttppiy of
m 1 1, ii i n mt y a o o n s
of nil description Milted for l-'ull nn,l Wlnler'a
Weftrt lucltidlnir llnniuta of tho latest atylea.Hlti
botie.trlnimltiKHOfiitl aorta, titul 111 fart keep n
Renerut rmnUliltiK htoro for IikIIpb. Their pat
terns nnd alylea ore nntonir Hie latest, nnd tlio
prices hut ft trlllo In ndvnneo orihose In thf City.
Ilonot fall toeatl and cxautlnethelr Koodslicforo
Tj EVEItETT & 1)11. J. II. CASE'S
' xmv Diwa htom:,
JUS T () 1' E X E 1)
WITH A Hl'LENtlin AMI VAR1KD ASSOItTMLNT OF
(lOOIM AlTiniTAISISO TO TIIK UltlO IlfSISr.ss.
luriii: diiucim, citr.stit'Ap, i:tc,
A1.WAVS ON HAND.
In short finy nrllclo Hint enn ho nnined in the
limit lino enn lie hnd nt their More. Ur. .1. II.
L'ase Is n l'ractloner, nnd nlso undcriitiiiuls l'hnr
macv: 11. llverilt Is a Mrdleal Sludent. hns at
lendeil one term nt tho Jcllerson Mcilleal College,
nnd understands the compimndltn; of limits.
Thev rcvpeclflllly Itivlto Ilia patrunairo of Ihclr
friends, nnd tho public Kcnerolly, nssurlnij them
"MAHl," nnd whatever will he putehascd of them
will he fresh nud pure. apri'tl (7
S T A II L I S 11 E 1), 1
tt 1 U i i lb 1
NMV SO.M.K, OVKIWTItUNO, TVth IltOS t il AMI:
l1 I A x o r 0 It T K s.
.S T O D A II T A .M O It It I H.
Manufacturers of Ornnd, Hf"are niul Vinno
Portes. Our new Hcale I'lnno I'urles In uddllltm
to their peculiar merits, contain ecry really
valuable modem lmproenu'nt, icnderlns them
tho most eompleto nnd pcrltct instrument ever
ottered to the public, and for purity of tone, Del
Icacy oftoudiduinblllty, and also MantlUm the
test ofKDcru clliuulcs. tho new scalo Htoduit Pi
ano Korte stands unrHalcd. Tho Pianos of tl.pt
manufiu-turi' hu o stood thn tt'Ht of more than n
tjuartt r or a century, and the manufacturers aio
at liberty to refer to our Twenty lto thousand
families who havo had them In use, tn nearly
all partsoftho rhlll7ed world. All letters will
be promptly atiswend by
1 1 ' SlODAUTA MOIHtl.H,
rchT'ti'Mni, C"! liioaduay.New Voile.
JJ C. IIOAV Kit,
bus opened n Ilrst-class
HOOT, HlIOi:, HAT C.r, AND FX'It hTOIti:.
at the old stand on MalnsStrect.I.loomsburp.afeAV
doors nboo the Court House, His stock it com
posedorthovervhilefitrnil betttstyles ever oiler
ed to tho citizens or Columbia County. He can
accommodatu tho public with tho following Roods
at the lowest rates, ilen's heavy double so ed
htopa boots, men's double nud fcltiKlo tap soleu
kip boots, men's heavy stoa shoes of all kinds,
men'N (Ino horns and shot h of all unult, boy k
doublet so led boots imd.sboes of all kinds, men h
Kloe kid llalmoral ehoes.men's, vomen's.bo.Ah's
and misses' hihtlUK palteis, vouun's k1oo kid
l'ojish cry flne.v. omen's tnomeco Ualmoials nnd
calf shoes, women'H very tlno kid buttoned patt
ers, lu short booUot all dertCifptlonH both peg
ged nnd sewed.
Ho would also call attention lo his flno assort
IIAT.4, CAI'H, 1'UIt.S AND NOUONH.
Ashleh coiiipriseH all the new and popular arl-
s.iliiu nt nrli-fti v. lil h rnmiol full to milt nil. TIiohu
(COOtlH aiu OlUieti hi 1110 iiivtfM iiimi iuhh uu'i
will bo uuarnntetd toKle satlnfuetion. A. rnll
is hoilcited beiiii purthsslns eUeAvheie an It is
beltCMtl that bettt r bniRHiiis ate to be roNlul
man ta any oiuer piaeo in meeoumj-
riMlK AMKIUCAX JIAY KXIKK
J AND roilICs We the uuderslsned eltl7ens
oi Columbl.i County wltneed the trial of hay
Torks on tho farm of Mr, rurvl, lu Hemtoek
Township, on Monday, .May 7,imi, neiween me
Ampilniii llav Knlfo and l oik manufactuud by
hhiri:it, W'AI.l-S SHItlNIlU A Co., of I.eAls
lilinr ln liMM I 111! HlllltlllH I'.IU'IIL I1I1V 11UIIK.
Ti... Atiiiirli-nn I'nik llftf-il mote liav In one
iirnmrht tlmn the Itiniilel In three, earosatls-
IleU U AMll in km h muen imy imo iuu nun in n.u
co'1 hornet, can draw, wo also saw it cutting
and iluerfully iceommend It as tho best hay fork
nna Kline Ave navo eer wm.
('. jiirrrNiii:NHKii, im. i . u. uaukisok,
Y. U. IvCtONS, .loitN Doaic,
.lojtx Drthcuk, Danifi. Novfk,
II. Dioi.kmim.i:k, SYi.vwmt rirr-sn,,
M If 'II A t I, I I Rl.lt- It. JoIlS WOl.t'.
They also nmnulaeturo tho celebrated Buckeye
Ilea per and Mower, and other agricultural imply-
in en is.
liinuiiisi.iii, , a,
m. c. sidan & nnoriiKit
Hie Miccessors of
WILLIAM SLOAN i SON
continue tlio huslucss of making
and e ery htyle of
which they havo constnnlly on hand to tult cus
Unners. Never using any tnalerlal hut the hesi
and cniploylng tho most experienced woiUnun
they hope to contlnuo as htreloforo to glveenllic
Batlsrncllon to every customer. An Inspection nt
their woilt, nud of Iho reasonable prico nslted for
tho tnme, Is sure to Insnro a sale.
J 11. I'URSEIi,
MAN UFA CTU Unit,
CAIirKT-HAO.!, VAtIHI, TJA'-NLTH,
J1UFFAI.O itoiir.s, IIOnsn-ULANKF.lS, AC,
which ho feels confident ho can sell at lower
rate limn auv oiner lierson m wis country. i-v
mn In it f.ii vniirvs'-ltr-i..
ISIIOP lirSl iltHir IICIUW IIIU l tV JIHUW .HUin
htrt'et, iiioomsimra, ra.
iOV, 10, 1WJ(.
kTi:V 1-iniNlTURE STORE
AT MAIN VILLI:, I' A.
a. j. lir.iiNiNunt,
' Wrti.l.l rnunfl fntlv finiiitimrn In lite tiuhllc.
n,ni l,n ln ii.'t,l h nv I'lirttllnrf, Rlnro in
Malnvllle, where heltM-ps all hinds of clly and
T tl II N I T V It K ,
cane holtoiued n'3il hair cushloneil rhalts, nil
slltH ol littlstiaiiH ntnl hureaus, raoics mm
stunds, nnd nil goods In his Hue, Repairing ncat
I.. n,,,l ,itit.trli. .Iniif. llmik,, imttil Ini, nml nntier.
hanging done nt short uotlco and reasonable
rales; in the list luaiiuer. Also, undertaking
al sliurl nonce inovt i--
kJ Catawlssa. l'n.
The nbove Hotel hns lntely teen purchased by
IILNHY J CLARK, nud has been thoroughly re
modelled, repaired, and rcfurlticd. It will bo
found now. In lu arrangement and appointments,
a first-class Hotel, and second to none lu the
country. 1'crsons In cities wishing to spend Iho
hot mouths In tho country, will do well to give
with LUTINCOTT, 110N11 A CO.,
Manufactuiers nnd Wholesale Dealers In
HATH, VAlfi, FURS, AND STRAW (100HS,
gNYDER, HARRIS & UASSETT,
Muuuructurots and Jobbers of
MF.N'S AND HOY'S C'LOTIIINO,
Nos. 6M Maiket, and 6 Commerce blreit,
Q. W. UIiAHON & CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES, IH
Warehouse, No, 121 North 1 hlul Street
J II. WALTER,
Late Walter A Knub,
Importer and Dealer lu
CHINA, OI.ASS, AND QUF.F.NSWARK,
No, 241 North Third Street,
between Race and Vlua
C. II. IlOltri'r. W. fc. KINO. J, 11. HCVllgUT
Q 0 N V E 0 TI 0 N E II Y .
Tho ttnilrralirnpil wnnlil rpencclfutlr nnnotlllpo
to the public Umt lie lma oicticd ft
KIIWT-Ct,ASS CONKKtTIONEItY BTOnn,
In tholntlhllnp; lately rccurM ly Itcrnfjtil rjlnh
nor, whoro Iso Is ircinrctl to fnriilU nil klmli or
1T.A1N & IWNCY OANDIIM,
ronr.ioN a domhstio rnuiw,
NUTK, lt.MStNH, AC, AC, AC
by wiiotf.'iAi.r. on nr.TAif..
In Bhort, n full maortincnt of nil noorti In
hie lino of bmlncM, A grvnt vnrlcly of
IiOM.H, TOYS, Ac,
atiltnble for tlio llolldnye, Irtlciilar nttentlon
11 UK A I) ANU OAK KM,
of nil kinilj, fresh cv cry dny.
O It I H T St A S TOYS.
A rnll le sollelleJ. nml (.ntUf.tctloll will bo
Nov. 22, 1107. IX'KIIAUT JACOIIH,
T E 51 () V A Ii O V
0. C. MA It ll'S
N E AV STOIt E
ro a it i v hvi n t, o v a-,
ONTIIKCOnNEIl Of MAHKKT ANfl IrtON STRKCTS,
Tho undersigned having received from the city
full and complete supply of
BI'IUNCl AND HU.MMnit
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
N O T I O N S,
VIN-AVARE AND I1ARD-AVARE
n:n.ut .i.v iiv.f.oir-ir.i.'.',
T O II A COO,
II A T S A A' S II O K ,S',
FI.OUn, SALT, riSIf, AND MP.AT,
nil of which I propose sdllngnt n very low llgnie
for cash or produce,
3 Call anil sec.
.iprll u, 1SU7.
C C. MAltlt,
"1 ERNARD STO 1 1 N Ell,
ouui rrspecmuiy announce 10 nis irienus nn
patrons, that ho has opened a Ilrsl-ciass
where thero maj'be found nt all times, n tine col
HUIT, CONTKCTIONI.ItY, NUTH, Ac.,
as. well ns
which may bo obtained ut reasonable rates. The
toek tsnlways fresh and or the very best quallty
No nalns will bo sp.ircd to mako this cslab
Ishmout tho tlnditof lu kin 1 In town. A call is
solicited bcroro purchases are mado elsewhere,
as It Is believed that perfect satisfaction will I.
len. COI.UM11IA HOUHi:,
Main St., oppwsllo Miller's Htore,
aus9'C7. IUoomsburg, l'a,
gOIIELE, MERGER .t CO.,
ur..i,iai, li.m.iii."iij. .ir.uv.ii.v.sin
FISH, SALT, CItl:ln, l'flOVISIONS, AC,
Nos. lil nnd ICI Ninth Wharves, abnvo Arch St,
Solo agents lor Wilcox's AS'heel Urease, lu bar
rels, kegs, and cnus.
"yyAINWIlIOHT A CO.,
W II O I.ES A 1. 1: UIIUCKUN,
N. II. Corner Seennd and. Arch Streets,
Ti;AS, KYItUl-S, COFFH15, SUQAR, MOLASSC
lticE, srit'Ks, in r.itn sonA, ac, ac.
tS. Orders will receive prompt nttentlon.
May 10, ISCT-ly.
JJ V. I'ETERJIAN,
i LUTINCOTT A TIIOTTKK,
Nu. 21 North Water Street,
and No. 20 North Delawnro A enuo
"WEAVER & SI'RANKLE,
Nos. 22 and 227 Arch Street
DRY GOODS, &c.
l-'AI.T. AND WINTRII fioolw.
r.M.l. AND W1NTDR (InollH
FALL AND WINTFIt (IOOIW
FALL AND WINTFIl (loollH
FALL AND WINTFlt (J00lis
HATS AND CAT'S,
II ATS AND CAFS,
HATS AND PAFS,
IIAT AND CAIN
HATH AND CAIN,
Tinois and siiors.
IIOOTH AND S1IOIX
linoiM AND SIIOIN
HOOTS AND SIIOKS
HOOTS AND SHOKS,
iir.. i - .11 A in. ,' .li I li irsll
,r,. i -.11 A in. ,.. ill iiiisii
kahy-madf. cloth ino,
FAINTS AND OIlJs,
FAINIS AND OILS
FAINTS AND OILS
FAIN IS AND OII.H
FAINTS AND OIlis,
OHAIN AND SFFDS,
(lltAIN AND HFFllH,
uiiAiN and si:i:i,
I1RAIN AND HFLIIH,
ORA1N AND BLIUIH,
.drKri.VY, NFAL ii co.'s,
JllKLI.VY, NLA I, A CO.'S,
HcKLI.VY, NFAL A CO.'S.
McKFLVY, NI1AL A t'O.'S,
McKULVY. N11AL A CO.'S.
Norlhw est corner of Mnlu and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main nud Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Hlreels,
Nwthwest corner uf iluln nnd Market Slrei Is,
IRON AND NAlliS,
IRON AND NAHM,
IRON AND NAIU.
IRON AND NAlliS,
IltON AND NAHM,
In larite riunullllvs and at uduccd rates, alway
HARDWARE &, CUTLERY
QUARliES W. SNYDER,
II A R 1) W A 11 E,
iron. NAit.H. sti:i:l, ac, ac, ac.
MAIN STlltlUT, HLOOMHIlUlta, FLNN'A.
Tnkc this mcthoil of Informing Iho clll7cnsof Co-
lttinbln couly, that ho hns opened nu ixlciulvo
llnrdwaro store on Main slreit, lu IlliKinisburg,
near Iron street, and that he has on hand i
MlflF.lt STOL'K AND HF.TTF.ll AHAUllTIlD
than ran bo found any wh ro clsoln llioeouuly,
nnd which ho Inleiids tn till nt prices whlili defy
CHAINS, AXES, STEKli, JllUA.
I hnvc chains, nil sires, axes, all mnlio and
eight, sled, nil sires, Iron, all shapes, and all
llUILDIitt'S It A It D W A It 11,
.f every descriptions. Nulls, nxio pulleys, sash
cords, Inlchcs, locks and knobs, bull screws, sash
fasts, window .prill, base Unolis, strap hinges,
hasps and staples, hooks nnd hlnphs, nnd In fact
everything ni'cdid lu thnl line.
COACH A WAOON MAKL11S' HARDWARF.
embracing nlinost every thing in Hint line. Also
HAItSnsS MAK ills' IiAIlinvAiu;,
llucktes,.Iapanmd! buckles, silver platedi bills
nfcwryktnd.llAMR, Iron nml trees i It VMM,
wood jsaddto trees, rs trees, girth web, worsted
nud cotton I thread, silk, nwlsnnd needles, tools
of nil kinds.
A full nssortincut forcarpentcis, 1 have planes
nil kinds, saws! hand, pnttuel, rlp,andciimptvs,
squaics sttel. Iron, and try t boring machines,
chlsles, angels, bevel, ntallcls, blacis, gauges,
plows, rules, blls, and aiioul everything f.,r ml
for Tin: FFOi'i.i: (ifnf.iiai.i.v
I have coal
coal sifter, liinl
criis,lub!ecul!ory,iiockct cutlery, plated spoons,
plated forks, servers, tea and cof.
I'oepnls.biillcr knlcs,tnlll salts,
cross cut saw, eh cularsnws, gnngsnws,
llles, horse shoes.wt cm-lies, rlvilsjiani
mcrs, hnhhets, tnalliirks, picks, r.irks, grnli
blng line, shovel, spades, spading forks, hoes,
lake, bed pin, t lite, shale, plows, eotlln lilui
mlngs, Fmery, red chalk, whilocballc, wile,
hoi se nails, meat culler, scale, wash bonlds,
horso bucitets, wooden pall, clothes
pin, glue, door mnt. porch mat, psr
lor mat, vov.il iioppcrs. paint
bruslus, horsu brushes, shigh
bells, heel callcs.i unmcl
ed ketltes, brass kitlles,
Sled(;c, curlalu llxlure,
Thllnblcskcln and boxc
I'ump, It tat pipe, tic
Tuned ropo and hundreds of nrtlcles not .enu
merated constantly on baud nt
cl i a i: li :s w. sn yi ii :it's,
Main Street, Illuomsblllg,
QEORGE II. ROI1ERTS,
HARDWAlli:, CUTI.IIRY, OVNS, Ac,
No. 311 North Third Sin cl, al.ovo Vine,
JAI'OII K. fsMITII. J. II. SI 1.1 HI it
.M I Til .t SE lsTZEJt,
JmiM.i tern atnl Dealers lu 1'oreljjn and Dometdle
II A R D V: All I',
O FNH, CtTI. FRY, AC,
Ml. 101) N. Tlllllllhll.l 111-, .Vll.fAI.I.OV!l!I.l.,
IRON, TINWARE, &C.
Illotim.burg, Columblu Coiiuly, l'a,
Tho Mibscrlber, pioi.iie,tf)r of tho aboe-i 'l'n
e.tenvlo thtabllshment, W now prepared to ro
eelc orders for all hinds of
lto Is also picpaied to maka Htoesof all istzet
and patterns, I'low-lron, and everything usii.il 1
matlo In llrst-el.ivs I oundilcs.
Ills ex.cnvlvo f.iellllles and prnctlcal workmen
warrant hlni In leeelvlng the largest contract on
the most leasouuble terms.
drain of all kinds will be taken In exehango for
This esIablKhment Is located near tho I,acV
wauunaud Hloomvburu Uailro.ul Depot.
OTOVKS AND TIXWArtK.
a. m. nuri:nr
nnuouuceti to his friends nud ciihtomeis tint
continues the abovo huvlness at his old place on
main 8Titi:rrr, hloomsiiuho.
Customeiscnn ho utcomoxlated with
or all kinds, Moveplpes, Tinware, nnd every a
rlcty of nrllclo found in aHlovonnd Tfnwaro IN-
t.iblMuucnt lu l ho cities, and on tho most rta&oi
able terms, Itepalilrifidonuut tho shoi test notlc.
S3 DOZII.N MIIJC-PANH
ou hand for s.Uet
JVAV STOVK AXD TIX SHOP.
ON JUt.N STIllEKT, NRAItLY OITOSITF MII.X.EU1
Tiik undersigned has Just fltttd up and opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
In this idarf. whoro ho Is menaied to mako u
new Tin Wakh of all kinds In hh Hue, and d
repairing with neatness ami uupateh, upon th
mosi itaKDiutuiu leims, mt aitii ivceps on naii
bTOVIM OK VAItlOX'H l'ATTI. UN'S A'STYLl.'
which ho w 111 sell iinnn terms to ult iiiii chasers.
(llo him a call. Ho U a oud mcthaiile, and
uumtviiih oi iuu piiiiiie pairoiiiipe.
luooiiuourn, April vu, im.,.
TOBACCO & SUGARS.
rIIE ONIsY PEACE
tu get Iho best
TOBACCO AND C10A11M,
AT WlKILllSALi: AND RF.TAII,
ft few doors below tho American House,
Ho has tlio lamest nnd most select nf
RMOKINfl AND CH1VVVINU TlillACCO
cverolllrcd lo tlm citizens of llloomshun:.
the fancy brands of
nnd llu best Flue-cut nnd I'lug
can ho had nt his counters.
In treat variety aro umong his lurgo slocle.
DON'T FOItOT.T TO CALL.
II. II. HUNMlFIianit.
JJ V. RANK'S
WHOLLWALF. TOBACCO, BNUFF, AND
No, I W North Tlilrd Wreet,
be tvt ecu Cheiry and Race, west side,
Qf lu WOODRUFF,
Wholesalo Dealeis In
TOI1ACCOH, CICIA1IS, FIl'W, dr., Al'.,
No. n Nuilli Tlilrd hired, ubovo MarUtt,
ypinn-nt et HOST,
hucressors lo Franklin F.Bellter A Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers lu
I LIQUORH, WI.NIW, ie'., .
Nos. UO and 113 North Third Htreel,
AlAi Ournitiitn mntlti In tlielnttst niui
most apvrovrd stylo at CUEiiiiiini.iM'i!
Wtilhluil btoie. 10-3iu,
LmUGS &, MEDICINES.
g A V li YOU R Jt 0 N E Y 1
tl It 11 AT I N D V V II M 11 N T St
O 11 1! A T II It IN D V C F. M F. N T SI I
II It F. A TF.S T I N D t' C H M I! N T SIM
run old Diirn stoiii:
ii. n. jioyi: it,
Where cnti be found the i.AUtiraT nnd limt Ai
boiitmi-.nt, ever oirv'ted lo the cltlrens nf lids
D3olulni, Jllved Faints,
nil of these nrenf tho best known make nnd nro
nnnulcd ns pure and unnililttomtist, The finest
nd largest stock of
F A N C Y A 11 T I C I, 11 H
bo found 111 lids or unjoining countlm
'crfuniery, Hair Dyes,
Hull Oils, Toilet Al title.
Stationery, l'OCkct Hooks,
T o 11 A r i ' i ) 1'S.
Cigars of all descriptions,
l'lpes, Cigar Holders.
Lamp, assorted sizes nnd styles,
LvMr, cni.MMivs, siiaih, Ht'itsr.iiH,
Sponges, Chamois Skills,
Syringe, llrcnst l'uiup,
Tiiisscs of nil approved patterns Ac, Ac,
I, HI U o It S.
A Hue assortment of un lUitiursfor medical
put poses lonsliuiliy on u.uiu unu mu oesu
know n kinds of
Faii.nt .Mkihcimw of every disirlpllon, in-
eluding Ihcbi-tvnllctiesof pills nnd tonic.
l'insii t.vs'i liiiw ltti-iiuvM r.vmrri.t.v I'uk.
Nosuchstnclehns ever liccn presented lo tho
people of Ibis heeilou of count!'.
'1 ho prices are as small as tho sluek Is large1.
'Iho llViofejitc i'd'c aro nioro f.ivolnblo to Iho
put e baser lb en ever, ns arrangements have been
virectetl with Ihe wholes lie denlers In the larger
cities, so thnt goods can bo piocurcd In lllooms
huiBnseiie'nplyasln Now YorLoi 1'hll.ulelphla,
tu Counliy deeilers mo earnestly lnvlled lu
stud) Ihclr own Interests, by examining this
Reiiiember the place IlxeiiAKOi: IIlock nbov e
Fxch.ilige Unlet, Main street, llloomsburg.
.Inn. ill, h'ls. linv
eit'l'ilMTK AMTttlt AN IIUL'bi:.
Where may he found n complete asset tment of
fie h and puru
MF.DKiNFH, DYF HTfFFH, COLOHH, OIL",
WlNIiOW-dLA'SM, I.A.MFS. LANTFIINsl. O-
DAS, MlAFrl, ALF01IOL, WINl 1 A Lit; ..Oils
AND FANCY AllTlCLFS,
whliii nro e-in red at old llino prices. Fre scrip,
lions accurately pieparcd,
IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE!
n rtiy-IIcuttcfl lVsoiilii have their
loeles rcstorcil by It to the ilaili, lustrous,
sil'iCn tresses of youth, and nro happy !
havo tlicso tmf.ishlon.ililc colors changed to
a beautiful auburp, and lejoke!
I'eoplo vvlioso heaiU nro covered vvitli
Dandruff and Hm.iors, mo It, and lmve
tlcan cu.il3 nnd clear and healthy- scalps!
Jtnlel-lTuneli'il VtiturniiH have
tlielr remaining locks tlghteneil, and the
bare tpot covercel with iv luxuriant growlli
of Ihtlr, and elanco for joy J
Young Gentlemen ti'o it because it U
Youns Ladies uu it Lccatito it keens
their ll.ilr in place!
Tver) body wust nml trill use it, because
it is tlio iltamst nnd Itst article in the
For Salo by Druggists generally.
I.. N. ilOYFIl nnd F. F. I.FTZ, IIiukeMs,
lll.ioinshurir, nml M. M. lllloll.si', cuWlssii.
Jununiy it, lsos-.'l.
A U (i IPS
CO MM nil CI A I,
IHB- We nuuouuco to farmers nud deuleis In
1 i'lllll7cs, thai Iho following prices have hem
adopted for Iho present Hpi lug season t
llAl'llll'H HAW HONi: FIKhsI'HATF.
l'l lee, "iu per '.'.Ooel lbs,
II WHICH CIIICAOO IIONI! FIlltlTLIZi:
l'l Ice, i let pcr'Aouulbs.
llAl'lilFSl'llIOAdO FLOOD MANURF.
This ell-known popular trade-mnrlc will I c
found upon every pai huge of the nbove m nnui is.
The hlt'h enimnili.n Invibleb llAre.ii's Ron
31 AN 1'litshnve hi en held, during tuuilien jears
nil,, niiiy uMiiiii in ino luiuie, line
ug now ihe i til Ire eonltol oi tho gttnt tesources
ol Iho cite ol Ihleiilto. lor t
iiiiii rnospiinie ylelillug mil el u . v Zl Hones,
111 l i d 1 loll, IIIoiaI, ,tc uohave, lu eouuecllon
Willi our ii,s lu Flillndclphhi.'lholnrgost facil
Itltsi for luiulshlng tbe'so mauuies, at Iho abovo
llnugh A fsviis, Fhlladelphla.
Norll.VV'isrtsin 1 erlllling Co., Chicago.
John RiiKotnv Co., Henna! Agls., New York,
(li oige W, Kliho A Co., " Hosloti,
eJeotgc Dugdale, Wliolesalo Ast., I'altlmore.
For luformallotuispcetlng Ihe abovo Manul es,
address eithcrof the above houses, IjauHl'cls-Dm,
W I T II THU CAT Hl'T OUHIIION
(Falenled Deeemhcr tatli, IMU.J
And niknuwlulgnl by emlnenl pl.ijcrs tube the
bestlll use', Kind fordescilpllvooliiuliir.
KAVANAllll A DI.CKI.lt,
Coiner Canal and CinlioHls., N. Y.
JHTAIIMSIIED 1 703.
JORDAN A IIROTHF.lt,
nud llenters lu
HALTFLTItll AND IlltlMHTONK,
jVJ M. MAItl'l.l-:,
NOTIONS, HOSIFRY, flLOVFX. AND
N0.MN01II1 Third Hlreet,