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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Work In In l'armla MniiWti.
Viimt, we uruT rvory farmer to make
ft (jimhI Kitrtlon j It would Hcciii HUpcrflu i
wit toiire-MtliUiiiiillfriinuclni'i which, I
nioro tlmii any otlu'r,t)(isics tlip fucll
HIps for milking (.inlctis, mul which,
lorhnH need, mnrv tlmn nny other,
Its product rtml thu InlUii'iii'it which Its
culture nml jmvwssIoii exerts on th?
liliyslcul mill Kuchil elements of the
iiiiuwhold. Thefnrmcr I11.1 the liuul,
the tvHiiiA, tho tooli, tho mnnure, nuil
thii tlmo neeesHiiry to tho creation of n
Knrden, mul If ho iloo not iimj them to
thl end ho comes ,hort of performing
n wry Important duty to hlitiM-lf mul
those dopomlent on htm. Yet Me fenr
It U a fiict that the majority of funnel
In thli country fall to perform this duty
mid they sutler, ie n tinttirot mid Just
punlHhment, not only tho want of the
comforts and luxuries thoftarden would
product), but disease aro Induced by
the u.so of uusensoimblc food, and dis
content of tho farmer's life and voca
tion reigns In tho family. Make tho
farmer's llfo and work pleasant, a, It
Is designed to be, and another genera
tion will seo the cities overflow Into tho
country, Instead of draining as now,
Its energy f ambition and very life-Wood
for their maintenance. The garden
should be for the whole family, and
each member should plan for It, havo a
personal Interest In tho cultivation of
sotuo of Its products, and share In lis
labors nml rewards. It should produce
vegetables, fruits and flowers, be a spot
to which all turn with enjjerness to la
bor, and where every rural desire may
In miiiiu miasureat least, llnd gratifica
tion. It lsllmonowto engage vigorously
In tho work of plantlni;; the fruit vard
should bestoeked with trees for a fami
ly supply, early and late cherries,
plum", pears, quinces, two or three ear
ly apple trees, peaches, nectarines and
apricots, l'iaco tho hardiest trees on
the most exposed side, and leavo the
sunny, warm part for tender ones and
for vines, Ac. riant grape vines, and a
very liberal space to currants, raspber
ries, gooseberries, blackberries, and
lastly, but not least, strawberries. The
berry fruits will supply you for three
months In thu summer, each day, with
frech fruit, and If you are wise and
grow enough, during tho other nluo
mouths you may havo them almo-it as
fresh In cans. If wo could only per
Huado a farmer to grow enough of these
fruits for ono year, wo would havo no
feurs, unless ho was decidedly heathen
ish In hischarncter, that ho would nee-
led their cultivation In tho future. Tho
vegetable garden need not bo so largo
as tho fruit yard. Uut tho soil should
be-of tho very best kind; It should bo
dry, freo from stono, rich, and well and
deeply worked. (Jet a good locution
and you can supply the other require
ments. First In the season us soon us
Ioss)blo now plant peas, early and
late varieties, potatoes, lettuce, onlous,
beet). Later in tha season, corn, enh
bage, melons, squashes, cucumbers, to
matoes, 4c, Have. also, an asparagits
bed, and ecow celery, parsnips, radish
es, salsify, Ac. Vu cannot hero gi vo a
manual of oorat!on ; but If you only
get about tho work In earnest, knowl
edge or its requirements will come In
We said you wanted to cultivate) flow
ers. Perhaps we were mistaken ; you
do not. You think these are useless,
costly, and you can't seo that they pay.
Well, your wife wnnts them, your
daughters will prize thorn higher than
the matter-of-fact corn, cabbage and
potatoes j and If you only aid, theiu In
preparing tho ground furnish suitable
toolswo Mill answer for It they will
give you no further trouble about the
flowers. Ofcourse.you cannot bu ellUH
and refuse to their more retlncd tastes
that which may not gratify your own,
and we will predict that after tho flow
ers have bloomed for one season you
will make no objections to them, and,
indeed, If need be, will bo willing to
dovoto considerable work t.o, their culti
vation. Saw IHvr ami Chip Manuhu, or
Unu pieces of wood and bark from tho
wood house, are excellent articles for
promoting the growth 0r viU(Si shrubs
and small plants. They should bo
thrown Into a pile, after removing tho
coarser portions of tho mass, ami thor
oughly saturated onco or twice a week,
with a mixture of urino and soap suds.
This will Induco Incipient fermentation
and bo far break down tho texture, of
tho mass as to preparo It to act with en
ergy when applied to any soil or crop.
Salt and Asiius foii Animals. a
in.Ix.ture of wood ashes and salt, three
parts of tho former to ono of tho latter,
constitutes an excellent mixture for all ,
domestic anlmuls. Its alkalescent and
sallno qualities, aro both congenial to
the animal system, and when used In
proper quantities, and at proper times,
aro highly promotive of health.
WlHTISM'ARH ON FltUW AND OllNA-
mental Tiikks. Tho practice of coat
luir tho bark of fruit and ornamental
treea with whitewash, Is ono that can
not bo too severely deprecated. The
obstruction of the perspiratory organs
and orifices of tho trunk, whether ef
fected by the application of whitewash
or any other adhesive material, always
acts as a fruitful source of disease, and,
In time, proves fatal to tho tree. When
tho bark becomes rough or Incrusted
with moss, it should bo cleansed by
scraping anU washing down thorough
ly with a solution of potash or soda in
water, affording smoothness to tho surf
race, wunoui ousirucung mio pores-
Occui'V all Tim Hon,. Whon lands
havo been plowed, and prepared for tho
reception or smi.i, it siiouiu an bo occu
plud no Waste land allowed. Wide
margins around com and potato fields,
unit largo baulks may bo profitably oc
cupied with u variety of croiw. Tho
corners of tho fields, and Indeed many
pmces on thu premises which it cost
money und labor to enclose, should
never be unoccupied, but filled by tho
introduction of some production that
may bo turned to valuable account.
An Itkm roil Kwimkus, A corres
pondent to an agricultural Journal, who
writes over tho nam tie plume of " Far
mer," says that tho tiros on his wagons
wear out beforo they get loose, and thu
ronton U, ho at urates the felloe thor
oughly with Unseed oil before the tires
are set. The felloes aro placed In hot oil
for about an hour, nnd uro thus render
til perfectly water-proof, so that the
shrinking and swelling that loosens tho
Uro urn prevented.
Tun fathcrcjiibraccd the lucky youth,
told his sir nuts to thruw tho coarse. lin
en In to the sen, nnd said to hli children,
"Now j;ou must set about tho second
task which I am to give youj bring mo
homo a little dog so small that It will
lie In n nutshell."
Ills pons wero not a llttlo frightened
at such A task i but they all longed for
tho crow n, and made up their minds to
go and try their hands j and so, after n
few days, they set out onco moro on
their travels. At the cross-ttwy they
parted ns before; mid the-youngest choto
lit- old dreary rugged road, with all tho
bright hopes that his former good lucl
gave him. Scarcely had he -at himself
doM'ii again at tho bildgo foot when
his old friend tho frop jumped out, set
ItseIfbrsldohlm,nudas boforoopencd Its
big wldemouth.and croaked out," ha
Is the matter?" The prlnco had this
tlmo no doubt of tho frog s power, mid
therefore told what ho wanted. "It
shall bo dono for you," said tho frog
and springing Into tho stream It soon
brought up a hazel-nut, laid It at his
feet, and told him to tako it homo to
his father, nnd crack It gently, and then
seo what Mould happen. Tho prlnco
went his May very well pleased, and
tho frog, tired with Us task, Jumped
back Into the water.
Ills brothers had reached homo first
and brought with them n great many
very pretty little dogs. There were
Wog-talls, Cur-tnll.s,and llob-tulls,Crops
and Brushes, Spitzes, and Sprlghtlies,
Fans and I risks, Diamonds mid Dashes
enough to stock tho bowers of all tho
fair ladles In tho land. Tho old king,
willing to help them all ho could, scut
for a largo walnut-shell, nnd tried it
with every ono of tho llttlo dogs. Uut
one stuck fast with tho hind-foot our,
another with the head out, and a third
with the fore-foot, a fourth with Its tall
out in short, some one way and t-omo
another ; but nono were at all likely to
Bit easily In this new kin 1 of kennel.
When all had been tried, tho youngest
mado his father a dutiful bow, nnd gave
him tho hazel-nut,begghg him to cruel
It very carefully. Tho moment this
was doueout ran a beautiful little whito
dog upon tho king's hand ; and It wag
ged Its tail, bowed to and fondled its
new master; and soon turned about
and barked at the other llttlo beasts In
tho most graceful manner, to tho de
light of tho whole court; and then wont
back nnd lay down In Its kennel with
out a bit of either tall, ear or foot peep
lng out. 'iho Joy or every ono was
great; the old king again embraced his
lucky son, told his people to drown all
the other dogs In tho sea, and said fo
his children, "Dear sons, your weight
lest tasks aro now ovor,llsten to my last
wish : whoever brings homo tho fairest
lady shall be ftt onco tho heir to my
The prize was to tempting, and the
chance t-o fair for all, that none mado
any doubts about setting to work, each
in ids own way, to try a nil bo tho win
ner. Tho youngest was not In mch
good spirits as bo was tho last time ; ho
thought to himself, "Tho old frog has
been ablo to do a great deal for me, but
all Its power must bo nothing to mo
now; for where should it find me a fair
maiden, and a fairer ma Idcn tea than
was over seen nt my fatheir'a court? Tho
swamps where It lives havo no living
things In thoru but toads, snakes, and
such vermin." Meant! mo ho went on,
and sighed as ho sat dow n again with
a heavy heart by the bridge. "Ah, frog!"
said he, "this time thou canst do mo no
good." "Never mind," croaked tho
frog, "only tell mo what is tho matter
now." Then tho prlnco told his old
friend wlmt troublo had now como up
on him. "C!o thy ways homo 1" said
the frog; "tho fair maiden will follow
hard after : but take eare, and do not
laugh at whatever may j, npjicn I" This
said, It sprang ns befo ro Into tho water,
and wns soon out of sight.
Thq prlnco still siajhett on, fir ho trust
ed very llttlo this tlmo to tho frog's
word ; but ho had not set many steps
towards homo beforo ho heard a noiso
behind him, and looking round saw six
largo water-rats dragging along, nt full
trot, a largo pumpkin cut out Into tho
shape of a coach. On tho box sat an
old fat toad, ns coachman ; and behind
stood two llttlo frogs , as footmen ; and
two fine mice, with st ately whiskers,
an on before, ns outriders. Within sat
his old friend tho frog,rntheriii!s3haien
and unseemly to be sure,, but btill with
somewhat of n graceful alsv aslt bowed.
nnd kissed its hnnd, to iim lu passing.
Tho prlnco was. much too deeply
wrapt up In Oioutht as to hLs chance of
finding tho fair lady whomho wasseek
ing, to take 3iiy heed of tho btrango
scene before him. I Io scarcely looked
at It, and Jind still less mind to laugh.
Tho (touch passed on a little way, and
soah turned a corner that hid It from
his sight; but how astonished was
lie, on turning tho comer himself, to
flnda handsomo coach and six black
horses standing there, with a com-hman
In gay livery, and with tho most beau
tiful lady hohad ever scon sitting Inside!
And who should It bo Uuh tho long-lost
Cherry for whom his, heart had solong
agopantcd.and wlucm he know again the
moment ho saw: lier 1 As ho enmo up,
ono of tho footmen mndo him n.lo w bow,
as ho let down tho steps and. opened
tho coach door ; and ho was allowed t
get In, und seat himself by tSio beauti
ful lady's side.
They soon camo to his father's city.
where his brothers also came, with
trains of fair ladles;, but ns soon as Cher
ry was seen, all tho court', with ono
volco, gavotho prizo to her, as tho most
beautiful. Tho delighted father em
braced his son, and named him the
heir to his crowu; and ordered all tho
other ladles to Is sent to keep company
with tho llttlo dogs. Then tho princo
married Cherry, aud lived long and
happily with her; and Indeed lives
with her still If ho no not dead
Tin hliplld ami the No.
A Bhethehii moved down his flock
to feed near the shore,and beholding the
Kca lying In a smooth and breathless
calm, ho was seized with n strongdeslro
to Kill over It. So ho sold all his sheep
and taught a cargo of dates, and loaded
a vessel nnd set sail. Ho had not gouo
far when a storm arose ; Ids ship was
wrecked, und his dates nnd every thing
lost, and ho himnelf with dlfllculty es
caped to land. Not loug after, when tho
Hea was ugnln calm, and ono of his
friends camo up to him mid was admir
ing Us repose, ho said, "Havo n care,
my good fellow, of that smooth surface,
It Is only looking out for your dates."
or tllf lOUIlfl
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
HooflancTs German Tonic.
rrcpnrrd by Or. ?!. .IncUntn,
I'm u i) mm i, Vl,
TAe Ovettt fiemtdtet
FOR 1 LL rIJIillOf tB
LlVEtt, STO.TIACII, or
Hoofland's German Bitters
ta cnmiwuiijcj of th pnra Juices, (or iu thtr trt
medicinally Icrm r.j rwa J lrae(o ol
Knot , Horbt TET TrV mmuhi.mak
Inir it ('reparation, 'lrTil lilgtiij concen
trate.!, atyl entire C-aw UElia lyrttrmJU
cvheltc wlmUturt trf any kind.
Eoofland's Gorman Tonic,
Is b comMnatlon of all tho Ingrcillrnta of the
Illrtcrp. with tho purot quality of Fanta Crut
Hum, OniiBP, etc.. matin one of the moH
fdcHiunt and Kjfieeallo rorncdlca eur olfi-rcd to
Tiii-M iirrfpirhiK a Medlclno free from AIc
hoi I.) admixture, vll um
Hoofland'a Gorman Bitters.
In ratn of ncrroui K-rrat!on, wUo tome
alcoholio timulu U nma.try,
Hoofland's German Tonio
LouM le Med.
Tlie Jllttnl or lb Toftla are both equally
Kmkt. and contain the lame modfcltial vlrtut-n.
Tlio atoraach, from a Taricty of canici.aucb ai
Ueblllty, tie, la (Mffc myat.l to have
Iti function! do Wl W ranged. Tlio re
ua of which li, Wi Iliac the ratlenl
ufiVra from eevcral or more of the fyflowlnB
Constipation. Flntulence, Inward Pllo
Fulness of Blood to the Head,
Acidity of tho Stomach, Nausoa,
Heartburn, Dlng-ust for Pood,
Fulness or Weight in tho
Btomach, Sour Eruc
Utlons, Sinking or Flut
torlni at tho 1'it or tho
Stomn.cn, Swimming of tho
lloncl, HurrloJ or Difficult Breath-Ins-,
Fluttering; at tha Heart, Choltlna
or Huirocatlni Sonsatlnns whon In
"Lylnp; Posture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots or Webs beforo
the flight, .Dull Pain in
the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellow
ness of the Sklu and yos,
Polnintho , - j-,- Sldo.Back,
Chejt. JUm bs, etc., Bui-
deu flushes of MjP.Heat, Burn
ing in the Flesh, Con
utans Imaginings of. Evil, and
Groat Depression of Spirits.
Theaa remAllea will efrctaall eur Lircr
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyinepalo, Uhronlo or
Aervoua Debility, Cbronla DlarracM, lllMaae of
tbe Kldncya, snd all Dlacases srUlng from a
Di'ordored Urcr, Utomocb,or laleitlnea
lliscLTito raoH isr Olns vsltxtas!
PItOST (ATION OF XttB 8V8TJEM.
Jsorczn bt Hitski laaox, IIiacsMirH.
Kiroscss, JTbtsss, sso.
There la no medicine extant eqaal U tLet
rcmedica ia lucb catea. A tone and rigor U bo.
(.atteJ to the whole Byalem, the Appetite t.
BuetktLcmJ, food U enjoyed, tbe
steaiacadlEssts ! US prouplly.the
blood U purined. Am tbe complexion
kecomeaooandand healthy, the yel
low tinge la eradicated from the ejiii, a bloom
la given to the cbbk, and the weak and oerroua
tnt a'ld beoomea a etrong and healthy being.
Persons Advanced in Lift,
And feeing tbe hand of time welshing fiaaTlry
epon than, with all In attendant lilo, wlU Hod la
tbe u of llila UIlTJiHa,or the TONIC, an
ellilr that will Inalll now life Into Ihoir Telna
teitora In a meaaure the energy and ardor of
more youthful dJo, build up their abnmxeu
forms, and gUe health aud harplueu U then
It la a fcHhlfuiry one-Ulf
pf th female ror r--, Uon of our ponu
UtloD are nelloio in tho enjoiment
otfoo.lhalih;c, IB to uae theft- own
ti4ir.ihluii. "nuur 1 r mm feel well." TLey
are 11111(4, dtfVOi,i vj R encrity, eitreQiely uer
von, nnd have no appetite.
.rxTv i1'i,,cIt"or I1"0"" CITTE113, or tlie
lUMt. U tie.llly recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are nm-le utronn Um line of either of thcue
remeiUea. 'ilu-y will euro every eaaa of MA
U ASM US, nllhoutf.nl.
Tliounandaof certlllcntea hae aceumnlated 'ti
the Landa of the .roi rlttor, hut apace will allow
of the puhlicatlun of tut a few. Tlione, It will
ho ohfrvt''l,aie nun of true anl of aucli atonj
In If that Ihey muat Le telierct
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward,
ChitJHc ot, Suprtuu CWl of Jfa.t write.
. . l'hUa,Ulyhia, March 19. 1807.
l r.nd UM,f- Uernian
and of ifreiit tm
tonie, uofful In
hility, tui'l wiutl vt nirrona acUoo In tbo
i in c&ava 01 ut
auo. v. AvoonwAitn.1
Hon. James Thompson,
Jlgt J ih Suj-rmt Court o rfwugttant.
rhtUiJelphia, April 'J', Wt
"I conaldiT 'llootlaud'a Ocrnuit Uutii' m
taluallt tntJieint In cuse of att.uk of livOgi'--tlon
or Uj iwnl,t I cjii certify thli frua my
Iptrlcuce of It.
" Voura, tlth reperi,
Prom Rev. Joseph IL xCcr.nara,
raikrtf tht Tvith Itytiit aAmvA, rhilUlj,M.
Jir, Jailton Dear Pii I h.. u heen fn-'iuenlTr
requealed lo tonm-ti iny imme with rfHiinnen
datlmia of dilUrcu. kJndi vi ii.t'illuli,.-. t ut, tv
tardlmi the i.rw f- V(Bj tl.oi.. wt t tuy
alluwcadecll'ifd; IB NVV 9 tut ulih it cienr
proof iu. vatIou WU cJ lhitauo.iindM.r
itculMrlylo inyownf.uiill),of thu uKfuIi.if r.f
Ir. UooJUnd'a Otnnan Jliltcru, I dtpurl f riupt
ffoci my uaual courae. ta eiiin- mj fi 1 ci..c
tlDtl th..t, or utnttal titbiitly uf t'u lyi'tm, ant
ujciallyJor Uotr (V.mj7,u, i( u j ift ant
vaiuallt in-f;miai)rt. Jn -mnu cu-l It m.iy full
hut yau itty, I dauU not, It will ha Tiry U-klkUl
to lUait who auUVr from the above c-iiw-v
Vuur. vtry n'tpeiifultj,
XUhth. Ulaw CoitcatJt.
Trora Ilev. E. D. Fendall,
t,1 ll.tT,?rl,Te'J decided ten-fll frora tU ua o'.l
IlooiUnd a Ucrman Itinera, "ud htl It my pnvh
lege to reeoimni'iid lliemaa a moat tali-uhl toula
to all who 01 e iiimrlrg from fcncral dt-UUty ov
from Oiaaaa.a ari.lne from dfrajigaiLW.t of Him
U.r. vuri trrly,
nooflanrVt Germaa r.wilM art ooLt--rfDlt..
i. iU rmi m lnalurofO.M.
each toUl'e. All I1
liiO wnniwr r.f
I, othcra ar oouik-
I'rinclpal umee tutl Manufactory at the Her-
- ' CHAnrEfl M EVANS.
Ueotiao iVutfvtrt, riupritor,
t . wlfUM JacnoCo
Imi! y IUBflata and Ih aleicla Hedl-
HooftnJ'i Qerman Dlltera, per botu i rjtji
ptt bottle, or a half 'doVen for!!
. I aU
. 1 Ut
DO LOt fiH-L'tt tai.mlau UAM it..
0D lay, Id Qtin to gt tU itiouliie.
GERMAN TONIUu J
FHESH AlUUVAIi OP
FALL AND WINTHIl GOODS.
Tho subscriber htti Jiwt returned from tho cities
with another lnrso nnd select nsaortmeut of
BPIlINfJ AND flUMMnri ooon
pnrchrtaed In New York nnd Ihlmdelrhti. hi the
lonoat figure, nnd which ho Is determined to sell
on m modern to tcrmn na enn bo procured else
witcro in itKntniaburg. llln stock comprises
LAP. US' DUI'AS OOODfJ
of tho choicest My lea nnd luteal oshIon-i, toKfther
wiinnmriro nuaortmrnt of Dry uoods nnd Grr
corio. consiatiiiK or tho follow In r nrtlolea I
Oil Clot li s,
Finn tK Is,
LI net) a,
Cedar w tire
Doota and Kliocs,
Data nud Cnpf,
Look ln U.nises.
Co trt c,
AND NOTIONS GHN It ALLY.
Iu short, everythltis usually kept In country
torei,to which no lnlte the nttentlou of tho
public generally. The highest prlcowlll bo pntd
for country produce In exclmnae for rihkIs,
H. JL MILLI.UA SON,
Arcnde UulhUng'f, lUoomsbunj,
Ci II EAT RKDUCTIOX IX P1UCKS
AT PKTKtl IINT'H STOUT,,
IN L101IT HTUKLT,
FA Mj AND "WINTKIt OOODS.
Till', aubacrlbcr has Junt tecelvt-d nnd liaa on
hand at bla old stand In Light Street, a largo and
ASSORTMENT OF MEKCIIAND1SE
purchased at tho lowest ilgxiro, und which he
determined to sell on ns mntlrrnto terms as
be procured elsewhere In Light SlreH,
Y;( CA8It0R C0UXT11Y PHOOUCh,
Ills Moek consists of
LADIKS' UllKSS GOODS,
choicest styles ftinl latent f.iihioii',
JtKAUY JtAUi: CLOTHING,
Cultonailcs, KenlucUy Jeans,
AC, .in ac.
Quceusware, Ceilanvale, Hanlwate, Medlolues,
Drugs, Oils, Taints, Ac.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In short eei') llilng mnally kept iu n conntry
atere. Tlio patronnso of his old friends and the
public (generally, W respectfully solicited.
The highest laarkct price paid for country pro
duce, I'KTI.'U KNT.
LlgM Btroet, Nov. 1807.
J J. H It O AV E It,
Is now oflerlng to the public his Stock of
SI 11 IX a GOOD 8
consisting in part of n full line of
IXGItAIN, WOOL AND BAG
ca it r i: t 8,
Vino cloths and cnmlmcre fox LfcJlen' coats,
IIANDSOMn IIRMI3 OOODH,
of all patterns and qua.lUU, Inlslds nnd Prints
of various qualities &xul prices,
IIISJICIIES. AND UUOW.V JIUSL1NH,
LADJE'S FItENOII CORSETS,
Good assortment of
la DHdr it cjiiLnnuys o.t iters jtoorn.
Kresh Oroccrles and Hplcf h. .New abortment
GLASS A.VI) HUKKXH-WAltE,
PX-NO. 1 MAC II E It E L
in one-half nnd oue-fuurth barrels.
Now Is the tlmo to mako yfnr selections, as I
nmorrcilni; t;oods at very low prices, and our
motto Is fair dealing touil, and not to be under
sold by any. J, J, liltO W.It.
lllooin-burg, April 13, 17.
JCTUltHAII FOII CATAWISS 1
THIS WAY FOU IlAItHAINH.
Goods to. compare with stringency of tho money
marku. Look and comparo prices beforo pur
chasing iieuhere. Jiut call at the f.ivorllo busi
ness stand of
McNINCH A S1IUMAN,
and yon will bo met by tho obliging proprietors or
their clerks, and shown llnougli their great variety
store free of charge, of courbO. They will gle 5011
a fair chanco to spend your lom.s change, they
trust much moro profitably than It can be spent
HTOCIC 01'' DIXY OOODS
this Hprlng Is much largei tni,U Us varieties than
LADIES' IIM&.S GOODS
aro of the nicest styles, ta market. They have ft
flno assortment of
HATS, CATS. BOOTS AND SHOES,
HUMMUU CLOTHS, CASSINLIS,
CAS.SIMl;itIX, AND VUSTINGS,
and numerous articles common to such establish
ments, beside a general assortment of
HARDWARE, TINWARE, QUEHNHWAItE,
all at greatly reduced prices, They wish to con
duct their business on tho system of
"PAY AS YOU GO,"
nud tliey think they can afford to sell cry cheap.
They return their thanks for many iast favors,
nnd ask tho future patrouago cf their former cus
tomeis und tho public generally,
JIcNINWI A BHUMAN.
IJW YORK PIANO FORTE
C O -M V A N Y.
(CIUIITUU1P ARCII IS6I.)
GRAND AND HQUARE
AGRAFFE 1'IANO-FORTES. '
No, SW and 812 Second Avenue,
(oiimcu or a)tb STKEEI,)
'ic.ni!, 1?.r 'Il'llve Catalogue and Trice List,
April Vi,'6s 8m,
piiomson'B Crown Crinolines
J. Aro Charming for IJghtnc .
liomson's Crown Crinolines
Are superior lor Elastldly.
rpiiomson's Crown Crinolines
Are unequalled for Durability,
rphomson's Crown Crinolines
X In n word, aro the best In the world, ami
more w Idely know u than nny other,
At wholesale bv
April !l,'ts.3m, ail llroadnayNew York,
M. ARTMAN. C II. IllLLINGKll, X. H. KATMAN
RTMAN, DIEL1NGER & CO., '
MO.SS) MOUTH TUIlin UIRStT,
(.Vfffry ()'j.cli(e Jamil, Ktnt, flantet A Cb.)
Wholesale Dealers' In
YARNS, HATTING, WADDING, CART1TH
Oil, (LOTUS, HIIAUM, KI.Y hhfs,
OILtlN 1IAGH, CORDAGE, AC. AI.RO,
WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE,
usisurs, TKDKKS, T.OOKllia OUISU, f.TC.
May II, lsn-ly.
JOWE, EUSTON t CO.,
Mannfaetursrs and Wholesale Dealers in
tWTON YARNS, CARTirr CHAINS,
IIAllfl, WICKS, TIE YARNS, CORDAGE,
UROOUB, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
LOOK'U elMfiW, CLOCKS, FANCY IIASKIITB
TAblX, KIOR, AND CARRIAGE
No. aw Market Street, south side,
The nnderslirned ttM leave fn tnfnrm her
friends and tho public, generally, that she lias
a fresh stock
of goods In tho lino of
MILLINERY mill TRIMMINGS
In connection with Dress Making; and la pre
pared in addition, to
C0I.OHST11AW It ATA
011 the shortest notice, nnd In tho best style of
tuu hii, 1 lives cneap nnu wora nausiaciory.
MRS. E. KLINE.
Light Street, October f, 1807.
ISS LIZZIE UARICLEY
has Just returned from Thlladclphla, nnd has
bought, and is now offering tho best assortment
I10NNETB Ac. Ac,
ever exhibited in llloomsburg, and is prepared to
make up dresses and all other articles of female
wardrobe, nt short notice, nnd In tho best and
LATEST STRING STYLES.
Rooms 111 tho Ramsey llulldlngs, on West
Main Street, Call and fee her varied stock of
THE OREAT PRIZE t
ExrOSITUX UNIVF.11SELI.K, TAKtS, lb57.
"THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE CO."
Awarded over Eighty-two Competitors,
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM,
TI1K ONLY CROSS OP THK I.KfllON OK H NOR
GOLD Jl 12 1) A I.
given to American Sewing Machines, per Inipc
llnl Decree, published in Iho "Mnnltcur Unlver
sel" lOlllelnl Journal of tlio French Empire),
Tuesday I'd July, lt.ro, lu these woidsi
IFabrlcante, tie Machines
Manufacturer of Hewing
This dou bio first honor is another proof of the
great superiority of the Howe Sowing Machines
SIHLEY & STH00P3,
No. 23 South Eight Street.
Agents for Tcnnsylvnnla, New Jersey, Delawai e
and Western Virginia.
I el). II IH-3UI.
rpiIE REST IS THE CHEAPEST!
THE hlNGEU SF.W1NG MACHINE
HKAIH TIJF. LIST,
And leads Ihucolumn J.WS nhead of all others.
This .MiuMlin Is I he
MOST TOI'l'LAIt IN USE.
It uses tho fines! needle of any Machine in ex
istence, Any lady wanting n good
S E W 1 N G M A 0 II I N E,
Will consult her own Interests by buying n
MNfJKlt, Jt lo f nbier to run, letirn nntl keep In
onlcr tlmn nny Mn chine tn thf world.
ovr.n Mo,fto ok tiiks; in cki:.
The fullest intrnctlon tflven thwe who pur
chase, nud the Mnchlne vii.i. iik WAii'iANrEn to
you fur one j cur.
l'lcnn' cnll nt my Store nnd fcsitbtfy yournclt:H.
Here you wilt hint 'e ilUs, Tiimid uml Hlllc.
HAVI1) I.OWLNIirdKJ, Awiit
April Ii,aj-tr. Kloonihburi;, In.
rpiIK AMKUJCAX HAY KNIFK
X AND l'OUIv. W'v IhouiMleiHlKiied citizens
u Columbia I'ounty wllnessdl tho trlul of h
UnkH on the farm of Mr. I'tin-fl, In Hemlock
Township, on Hominy, Muy 7. 1M)U, hetwein tho
Aiuerlrnu Hay Knlft) nnd Fork innnufuctured by
HMFJUt, VALW, SUUINKH A Co.. of Iwli.
liurg, I'a., nnd tho HiiikIcI's Patent Hay Hok.
Tho Amerleun l'ork lifted moro hay In ono
drnucht tlnn tho Itundel In three. Wo nre satU
lied it will tako ns much Imy Into tho mow as two
uood horspi enn drnw. Wo nlHo saw tt cnttlnR
Imy, nml think tt nmnot ho bent, ma liny knife,
nnd chec rfullv recommend It nn tl.ftlvst hay fork
and knife iu lme ever seen.
t. IllTTKMtKMi:i(, Hit. I C, llAltUWON,
Y, 11. Koons, John Dovk,
John Dhtiiuck, IUnih. Novfh,
Jl. DlGLEMIIXLH, HIV-STElt TlTlWUL,
MiciiAi:n Heli.kk, John Woi.k.
They nlso mnnufitcture the celtbrnteil Huckeye
Kenpcr and -Mower, nml other iigrleultural lmpfe
QOJiUM B I A 1IOUS E,
it 1: it n a n i) hto n x i: n .
JIavinu lately imrehnwl nnd fitted up tho
well-known Uoblson Hotel l'ropcrlytlocattdn
vhw uoorjj ajiovi: tjie tounr house,
on thetuimo Kkln of tho street. In tho town of
Jtloomsburti; nud havlun obtained a license for
thu wiine ns a
It E STAURAHT,
the Troprldor has determined to lve to the pco
plo vlslllutf tlie town on business or pleasure,
A I.11TLU MOlti: I100.M.
His stabling also Is extensive, and Is fitted up
to put buggies nnd carriages In the dry. He prom
ises that everything about his establishment shall
be conducted In an orderly nud lawful manner;
and ho respectfully solicits a sharo of the public
1 utronnife. lnyl7'ti7-tlm.
JSTAIi LISHEI) 1793.
JOItDAN & DUOTHlilt,
nnd Dealers In
HAI.TTETItE AND IIHIMSTONi:,
No a North Third Htroet,
J P. HEARD,
Manufacturers und Wholesale Dealer, tn
HATH, CAlW, KUIIH, AND HTItAW GOODS,
No. (13 Market Street,
gNYDHIt, HARRIS & BASSETT,
Manufacturers nnd Jobbers of
MKN'H AND BOV'H CLOTIIINO,
Nob. 625 Market, and 623 Commerce Street,
W. 11LAU0N & COn
OIL CI-OTHH AND WlNIXlW MIADEH.
Warehouse, No. 121 North Third Street
J II. WALTER,
Late Walter A Kaub,
Impoiternnd Dealer lu
CHINA, GLAHH, AND QUEENSWAKE,
No. Ml North Thlnl Htrcet,
betkeen Itace anifVlna
c, ii, iiokni:. w; 4. Kixa. j. n. hkyhkht
NJ)REWS, W1LKINS & CO.,
FOHEIGN AND I)OMIiTIO DUY GOODS,
No. HO Market Street,
JOHN STROUP A CO.,
Successors lo Stroup A llroluer,
WHOLrWALE DEALERS IN KIWI,
No, 21 North Wlmivcs, andSSNeitb Waler HI.,
JUST HKCEIVED TllO Clll'lipOflt HOOI'
SKIRTS lu (he county ut
The nnitdrslvneil sponlil resnfetrul1v annonnoe
to the public, that ho has opened n
FlItST-CLABS CONFECTIONEIIY STOIIE,
In the building lately occupied lu Ilernard Rtoh
ncr, where he Is prepared to furnish all kinds of
TI.A1N A FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS,
NUTS, RAISINS, e)C AC, C.
UT WIt0l.ISAI.1t OH 11KTA1L.
In short, a full assortment of all Roods In
his lino of business. A Brest variety of
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
suitable for the Holidays. Tartlcular attention
BREAD AND CAKES,
of all kinds, fresh every day.
A call Is solicited, nnd satisfaction wilt bo
Nov. 22, 1807. ECKHART JACOBS.
0. C. MA R R'S
NEW 8 T O It E
ro slum's ni.ocK,
on Tiir.conNitn or maiiket and iron strkhtts.
Tho undersigned having received from tlie city
n full nnd oompleto supply of
STRING AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
TIN-WARE AND HARD-WARE,
CEDAR AXD WlLLOW-WAtti:,
T O U A C 0 O ,
A T 8 A N 1) ,? II O 1C S,
FLOUR, SALT, FISH, AND MEAT,
all of which I propose selling at u very low flguro
for cash or produce.
S- Cnll and sec.
prll 12, 1807.
C. 0. MARR.
TALL AND WINTER GOODS,
TALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
FALL AND WINTER GOODS ,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
hats and cats
hats and cain,
hats and cats,
hats and cai"s,
hats and cats,
hoots and shoes,
hoots and shoes,
hoots and shoes,
hoots and shoes
hoots and shoes,
TAINTS AND OIW,
TAINTS AND OILS,
TAINTS AND OIIJS,
TAINTS AND OILS
TAINTS AND OILS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
orthwest corner of
Northwest corner of
Nort hwest corner of
Northwest corner of
Main and Market Streets
.Main anu ai antes circeis,
Main and Market Streets,
Main nnd Mnrket Streets,
Northwest eo iner of
3laln nud Market streets.
IRON AND NAllH,
IRON AND NAII.S,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
In large quautltUs and at reduced rales, olmy
OCHELL, BERG EH .t CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FISH, SALT, CHEESE, TROVISIONS, iav
Nos. 122 and 121 North Wharves, above Arch B9-
Bole agents for Wilcox's Wheel Grease, In bar
rels, kegs, nnd cans.
AINWIUGIIT A CO.,
W II O h K 8 A Is E QHOOK RR,
N. E. Corner Second andJArch HtreeU,
TEAS, SVItUPS, COFFEE, SUQAU. M0L-MfIC3.
hick, hpices, in oAnn hoda, ac ac.
a Orders will receive prompt attention.
.May 10, ISCT-ly,
JJ V. PETEItMAN,
with LUTINCOTT A TUOTTKIl,
No. ill North Water Street,
and No, 20 North Pelawflsf Artnne
WEAVEIt A SIMtANKL,
WHOLESALE GHOCEIHES ANDCOM3CI8HION
No. 225 and 2?7 Arch Street
NOTIONH, IIOSIEUV, OI.OVEB. AND
No. SI North Third Street,
'1 he undersigned uonld respectfully inform the
citizens of lIlooinshurKand vlclnll) , that helms
Just opened n shop on IronHtreet, between Mlnln
andlhlril, where he will follow the cabinet Ala
king business lu all Us branches. Orders for
MCTAU.IO OH OTIIEU COFFINH
filled with promptness and despatdi, llepslrs
cheaply made loull kinds of furniture, lnelud.
lug Ino reptalllngof eauu.bottoined chairs, l'ut
ttrns for castlugs made neatly and expetUtlnus.
ly. aud ordeis are sollcltetl elllier 111 personnr ty
inall. Tlcturu frames mudo lo onler at short nx
tlce. ItOIIKUT HOAX.
11 NORTH I0UHTU ST K SET,
J, Jt W. G, M'KIUIlIN, rroprtetor.i
May 1, lW7-ly.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
QIIARLES W. SNYDER,
It A It I) W A It E,
IUON. NAir.S, HTEVJa AC, AC. AO.
MAIN BTItCKT, HLOOMSIlUIta. riiNN'A.
Tako this method of Informing tho citizens of Co
lumbia couty, Hint ho 1ms opened no cxtenMve
Hardware store ou Main Mreet, in iiioomsuurg,
near Iron street, nnd that ho has on hand a
LAKUKIt HTOCK AND UKTTKH ASAOUTIID
than can ho found any where else In the county,
and which ho Intends to noil nt prices which, defy
CHAINS, AXES, STKEIj, IRON.
I have chains, all nlr.es. nxct. all make nnd
weight, idccl, all Ir.e Iron, nil shapes, and all
IlUIIi DEU'H Jl A U 1' W A H ii,
of every description. Nails, axle pulleys, sash
cords, latches, locks nnd knoVbuU screws, wash
fasts, window spring, bane knobs, strap ninges,
hasps nnd staples, hooks and tnplc, and I q fact
everything needed tn that line,
COACH A WAGON MAKI.IUs IIAUinVAHU.
embracing almott every thing In Mint line. Alo
IIAUNIH MAICJItS IIAimWAHC,
Itnckle Japanned; bucltle, ullver plated t hltU
of every kind , Uamhs, trimip-id trees: IIamcs,
wood saddlo trees, gig trees, glrlh web, wointeii
and cotton t thread, silk, aulsnnd needles, tools
of all kinds.
A full assortment forcnt tentirs. I ha o t'lain.8
all Ulndsj saws hand, pannel, rip, nnd eimi"ii.s.
SQiinrcs steel. Iron, nnd trydorlng miichlne,
chUlcs, angers, bevels, mnllcts, braces, gauges,
plows, rules, hits, nna auout everything fur car
penters fou Tim ruoi'Ln oKNr.itAiii.V'
I have coal
coal sifters, hint
erns.tablc cut lory, pocket
cutlery, plated spoons.
plated folks, server, tcannd cof
fee pots.lmttcr knl ves.mlll wiws,
crosH cu t mw s, circular wvws, gnngsaw,
niers, hatchets, mattocks, plclw, fork, grub
bing lues, shovels, spado, spading fot ks, hoes,
mkes, bed pins, twlno.skate'i, plows, roflln trim
ming!, r.mery, red chalk, white chalk, wire,
horso nails, meat cutters, cales, wash boards,
horso buckets, wooden palls, clothes
pin, glue, door mats, porch mats, par
lor mat, corn poppers, paint
bandies, horse brushes, slctgh
bells, heel calk, enamel
ed kettles, brass kettles,
Hlwlges, euitnlu llxtures,
Thlmbleskclns and boxes,
Pumps, lead pipe, etc.,
Tin red rope and hundreds of art Id en uot.inu
mended constantly on hand nt
Main Street, Illoomsbuig.
Q.EORGE II. ROUERTS,
ImporUr and Dealer In
IIAItDWAltK, CUTWCKV, GUNS, Ac,
No. 311 North Third Street, abovo Vine,
jACOll K. HSIITII. J. It. MKI.T7.KIt
g 51 1 T II it H E L T Z E R,
Importers nud Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
II A It I) W A It E,
OU.NS, OUTLH.ItY, 4C
NO. m .V. TIlllllmrittKT, AU.C'AI.I.OW'llll.t.,
IRON, TINWARE, &.C.
Bloonisbuig, Colnmbla County, Ta.
Tho subscriber, proprietor of tho nboe-t imed
extensive estnbtlsliment, Is now prepared In re
cehe outers for all kinds of
MACHINERY FOIt COLLIEUIIX, ULAMT
1'UHNACI-S, STATIONS II Y IINOINIM,
MILLS, TIIItCHHING .MACHINr.S, Ac
Ho Is olsoprepnnd to niaku htotes of all sizes
and patterns, I'low-lrous, uml eveij thing usually
mado In llrsl.cla.s I'oundrles.
Ills extensive facilities and practical workmen
vnrrant 1dm In receiving Iho largest contracts on
tho most reasonable terms.
Grain of nil klluH will ho taken in cxclinngo for
ThiscstnblUhmcut Is located near tho Ijickp
wanna and llloomsburg nallro.xl Depot,
TOVES AND TINWAttE,
A. Jl. 11UPEKT
announccH to hU friends nnd customcis that
continues the above business nt his old pUceon
MAIN STItELT, HLOOMrtllUUG.
CiiHtomcri enn ho accomodated with
of all lilndi, Stovepipes, TJnwaro, and every va
riety of artlclo found In a Stovo and TInwnro li
tabllshmcnt lu tlmcltlcM,nud on thomuit rciwou
able terms. Hepnlrlng done nt the 6hortctt notice.
25 DOZEN MILK-VANS
on hand for hale.
JEW STOVE AND TJN SHOP.
OH MAIN BTJIEKT, NKAKLY Ol'l'OHITE MILL EH
Thk underMlgucd hnsjubt fitted up and opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
lu thlH place, where he In prepared to make up
new Tin Wahk or all kinds in his line, mul do
icpnltlnu with uentncNN nml illMpatch, upon tho
immt reasonable terms, lie nUo keeps on hand
KTovrs or vauious iato:unh ahtyli
which ho wilt hell unnii tcrnm In Milt tiiiiMiiutft-K.
Ulvu him n call, lie Ih a gocd inc(hanlc, and
uiber lug 01 i iiu puunc pnirouiiLEe.
I lion in fcb urtr, April Wl. lMi7,
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
rjyilK ONLY I'liACK
to get the best
T011ACCO AND CIUAItH,
AT WHOI.r-SALi: AND IlIITAIN
s at HUNGSlir.UaElt'8,
n few doors below the American House.
He has the largest and most select of
BMOKING AND CIIIWVINO TOIIACCO
ever offered to tlio citizens of Uloonisljurg. All
the fancy brauds or
and thw best 1'luo-ciit nnd Tlug
call be had at ills counters.
In great varletyiro umong his huge stock.
DON'T FOltailT TO CALK
II. II. ItU.NHRKUGEK.
WIIOI.KSAI.F. TOIIACCO, SNUFF, AND
No. lltl North Third Street,
bttwecu Cherry and Itace, west side,
YllOlesal.1 Ikaleis In
T0I1ACC0H, CIO AT.M, Tl TF-S, Ac. Ar
No. 13 North Third Street, nle Market,
The undersigned would lespectlhlly unnouni
the citizens of illoomsburg und the public g.
rully that ho Is luiinliignii
between this hlaeound llio ilin..r..fti rull,,.,,.
pots uauy (Sundays excepted), to connect with
several trains going Houtli nnd West on tho Ci
wlnsn and Wllllumsport Itullioad, and w 1th tli
Eolug Noi Hi nud Honth on tho lAcliawauun i
His Omnlbusses aro lu good condUlon, comr
dlous and comlottablc, ami charges icasonahU
IVrsoas wishing to meet or seo their filends
1 art, cau be accomodated ujkiu reasonable chai
by leaving timely notice nt any of the hotels.
JACOll I. OIltTON, Troprletor
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
g A V 13 YOUH MONEY!
G It II A T I N D U 0 U M KNTB1
o it i: a t i: n i n n u c r. m n n t bi i
giii:ati:ht i n d u c r, m n n t hi)
Tin: oi.i) diiuo rtoiu'.
L. N. 51 OYER,
Whero enn bo found tho t.AnnF-sT and nriT A.
soiitmknt ever ottered to Iho cltl.ens of this
lljeSluirs, Mixed Taints,
all of theveuioof thu best known nmkound nro
walrau.cd as pure and unadulterated, 'iho llnest
and lari'st stock of
V A N fl Y A It T 1 0 I. I". H
to bo fount In this or ndJoluliiKio intles
1'orfuini.ry, Hair Dyes,
Fancy Soaps, Trushes,
UnlrOlts, Toilet Article",
Htatloncry, Tockct Dooks
T O 11 A 0 C O U H .
Smoltlr.i; aud chewing,
Cigars of all descriptions,
Tlpes, Cigar Holders.
Lamps, nssortcil sl7es und styles,
LAMI'S, ClIIMKKYS, HllABCS, llUHNEKS,
Sponges, Chamois Skins,
Calhclers, Hpeeulilins, .
Syringes, llrenst Tumps,
Trusses of all npproved pntterns Ac, Ac,
1. 1 Q U O It H .
A lino assortment of uro llquorsfor medical
purposes constantly on hand and tho best
known kinds of
TArr.NT JIlijicini-s of eery description, In
cluding tho best varieties of pills and tonics.
l'lIVSirlAN'H l'ltl'.SCIlll'TIn.V.S CAUKKUI.T.V l'UK
l'AHKI). No such slock has ever been piesentcd to the
pcopto of this section of country.
Tho prices nro as small as Iho stock Is large.
Tho Wholesale I't fcrj uro moro favorable lo tho
purchaser than ever, as arrangements havo been
eil'eetcd with the w holcsato dealers lu the larger
cities, so that goods call bo plocured ill Illooms
burg as cheaply as lu New York or Thllndelphla,
5Country dealers aro earnestly Invited to
study their own Interests, by examining this
llcmcniber the place UxciIANQ K IlI.ocK above
Uxchnugo Hotel, Main street, llloonisburg,
Jan. 31, IMS. Cm
fiMA Tlil l tho Curo thnt InT
fr lu tho Amhuosia that Klnff mad.
1UU U tho Mnn who mi bnld and
U'li.i now ha men ork, thejr ,
, lb uwit the Cure ttiat Iny
! In tlio amut.'j!. tint Kliiir made.
Thii ih llii) MiiliUu, hnuilfsomo and
Ym in irrit-d tlio mna onrc btiM nnd
1 Wlut nw tint rnen lorlin, they nj.
lid it"c l tlio A.MJtt.oslv inai iiwg
1 liU Ii the rrfnn, wlm.bytlit? ny,
Mnrrlcil tht m.iKiif, huutUomi' nud
To tlin man tiiii'p Iml nnd cry,
Uut uho now hftn ran. ii luolti, tl.i -I
S tlfd"l'.e ho ii-.' t tho Curr thnt lay
Mil tlM A Miti 'Tl v, t!nl ttitl-iiii'li'.
'1 ' i-t i i ! 11 tl n' a Tn t '-'..iv
to irtii' Hi i rrli' h.td tun) y
Hi.to1iii-. ftitt, whhU ) Tt ''it. ly-
Jf jl'Ut nvl I v 1 1- I't'iil i r ' '',y
i te tun .inii'Hi'n i in H it.' y 'iv
I, M, TUDD3 00., PrcrRiiroriS. Peterson, H.H.
I. N. JIOVIUI nnd r. I1. I.UTZ, DriiBKKtH,
Hloomsburi!, nnd M. M, UlUillVl, (.'ntawlssa,
J 11. MOYKK,
I) II U O O I H T,
COUNEK 01 31AIS ANU IIAKKIIT STKRKTS,
whciowlllbe found n l.iryo nnd fceleet stoolc ol
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
Also all tho
l'ATENT 3ILIUCINES OP TJIK DAV,
I am aKo prepared to furnish Country Htorea with
Civstor Oil, Godfiey's Cordial,
nnd all other medicine kept lu their lino at City
tSU I'reHciIptlons cnrefully compounded nt all
In medicines, finality Is of tho find. Importance,
Illoomsburg, Juno 7, 1SG7
LLUN it NEKDLHS,
Of their Improved (
Sl'I'KH TIIOSIMIATK 01-' LIJtE.
Also Iho AMMONIATIID l'lntTILIZIIll.
Wo sell only No. 1 iccclved direct fiomtho Gov
ernment, Super Thosphato In lings or 3Kltbs,each. Trlco
Ammonlnted Tertlllzer, III bags 1 W fts, each.
True t35 per UJU lbs.
A illscount to dealers on above prices,
Airrlcultural Wortts, lleach and Tlmn fllreels.
Olllees nnd Mores, It H. Water Htrcet, nnd U
Houtli DdiiMaru Avenue.
Dialers In nii.s. i'amii.ks and General Com
mission .Merchants. Thlladclphla.
I'eO. si 1MJ1.
J N S U II A N OK A (I K NO Y.
Commerce , 400,000
Noiih America 360,000
Ktuu Llcbtoek 600,000
Hprlngilcld . 670,CiiiO
Insuruneo Company of (state Tenu'u.,... tl.W,000
CouucctkutMulii.il Llfo I0,ooo,i0
Noi II: American Transit 500,000
I'ltttAH I1HOWN, Autnt,
nuirsC7-ly, Ui.oomhuvuu, fx.
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