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THE COLUMBIAN, B
Yho PrHlt (larcWii.
Ok ninny farms, orclinnllng for mar
ket purposes la of doubt fill profit, but
on ovcry fnrra n tninkn tlovotcel to
Browing frulti for fmnlly use would bo
remuncrntlvo In overy senso of tho
Tho fruit garden should not bo large
tw It will not bo taken caro of well
enough It should bo located near tho
dwelling, both for convctilenco In cul
tlvatlng nnd pleasure In beholding It i
it should bo sheltered under tho loo of
tho buildings, or a hill, and tuirrounded
by a dense, high evergreen hedge, or a
tall, close board fenco or stono wall.
eunny, warmly exposed location should
bo chosen, nnd tho coll xhouhl be
thoroughly drained, well enriched, nnd
deeply dug up. In short, mako a good
beginning, for when tho trees are plant'
cd you cannot drain, subsoil, or chango
tho location without incurring great ex
Half an aero will mako a fair sized
fruit garden. Let us say that It Is eight
rods ono way and ten tho other: that It
Is the longest north and south, and Is
Inclosed with n tight board fenco or
etono wall olght feet high.
Now lot us boo what wo can plant m
It. First, wo havo n border on tho
south, west, and cast sides, four feet
wide, planted to grapes, apricots, and
nectarines, which nro trained against
tho fence. Next to this border on tho
west and cast sides only wo will havo
strip of grass eight feet wide. Tho tw
entrances to the garden flinli Iks on the
south end, opening to tho cutis of theso
grus strips or walks. Theso aro only
walks'; they servo for turning places for
tho horses In cultivating tho garden,
and thi grass will mulch tho strawber
ry I (1. Along tho south end of the
garden dovolo ten feet to strawberries,
tl i -i t seven rows, llvu feet apart,
w i ' i . pberrles, blackberries, currants
aU'i .v osuberrles, thou fuur rows of
tlwui , prars, and as many of peaches,
planting tho trees eight feet apart each
way, and heading them low ; nnd then
you will havo room left for two rows of
cherry and ono of plum and ono of np
This variety and quantity of fiult
well taken caro of will amply supply
an ordinary family. Itural -Ve-ir York-
It Is a surprising fact that sweet corn
Is not abundantly grown among far
mers. Every farmer thinks ho must
raise his flvo or ten acres of Indian corn
every ycarifn order to fatten his pork,
and to furnish fodder for his stock, etc.
Now, Ifevery farmer would grow threo
or flvo acres of sweet corn every year,
his crop would prove of much moro
value In proportion to tho numbors of
oorcs of Indian corn for feeding purpo
ses. Last spring I planted six acres of
iweot corn tor tho purposo of taking it
Into markot, green. But after tho mar
ket bocamo 'glutted,' I concluded to
savo tho balance of my corn nnd euro It
to feed. I cut and fed my hogs corn
(In tho stalks) every day, and they
would cat stalks and uli as clean as they
would groen clover. I would recommend
It to thoso that sow com In preference
to any others,
Be careful to truce up your seed In
the fall, nnd then you will not fall to
havo good seed when you come to plant
Lie. on CMU and Sheep
The Spring Is tho setvan whon most
annoyance Is caused hy theso parasites.
Wo havo so many letters asking for nnd
recommending cures, that wo are in
duced again to alludo to that wonderful
effoctlvo destroyer of such vermin, ;
boHoactd, Thlsisusedln the form of
soaps, which may bo easily applied, in
water, making n moderately ttrong
Cresylic acid Is a eoptirtlo suhstanco,
almost always uocanl with carbolic
acid, and umW the tmtle name of "Cre
sj'Hc ftaaj., an excellent nrtlclo Is ad
vertised and furnished. We hnvo cm
ployed this soap to rid our shelves' of
nnts, our cup-hoards of cockroaches,
poultry of lice, dogs and tuts of fleas,
and not having occasion to uso it upon
our horses or neat stock, luvve supplied
acquaintances whose stables wero In
fected. Wo havo seen prescribed a bath
of Or nylc Soap and water for a newly
arrived Immigrant, nnd in every cftso
of it application havo had tho satisfac
tion of learning of 1U efficacy. Fare
well In mercurial ointment, that cfll
cicnl, but very dangerous nrtlclo In
can 1 i hands 1 So long ns wo can ob
tain carbolic compounds wo banish it, .
It la a poor economy tutetyour stono
heaps lay In the field year after year,
l? Hl thc'n' -My-mwth
.. .mriuS m my gram aiutsowlng
wy gross seed, which I think should not
be harrowed In. onlv hnui.-wi n-i
Stones can boploked much cleaner and
Cheaper then than nt nnv ntim it.nn t
haul them offln tho Fall nftcr taking off
hj Brum, Ji uio ground Is not too wet
ou, uny umo nrtcr It freezes. Anv
former can find tlrao to clear off his
ueius anu nt, tnom for a mowing ma
chine, Clear out all tho fast rocks nnd
All up tho holes. Seo to It yourself nnd
uuu-i irusi u w tno boys: onco welldor.i
is twlco dono.
It is poor economy to drlvo vnr t.
tlo to your neighbors or to tho spring to
water, week after week, brcnuso your
pump has failed. By so doing you not
only troublo your neighbor but you Ioso
money overy ttmoyou tnkoyour cnttlo
muw uio yaru. lryour pump Is old and
worn out, get a new one at onco. I find
PunP to bo the cheapest and
Mm). peuuj. uuw in use.
"u Poor economy to hitch colts In
the barn floor, where they aro liable to
ew,uuuK mm mo nailer t poor ccono-
- iu wmp more nogs than you can
well feed and poor economy to food
meadow hay and straw to sheep, or
It Is poor economy to got In doht for
anything you do not need, or borrow
wiui no prospect or being ablo to pay.
Too many barns aro deficient In win-
Afinn-. Invuln,! I.. ... .
, ureucu tools pny
uigu per cent.
The moro corufortablo you keen your
anlmahj the moro they will thrive.
A food cow la a valuable machine ;
tho more food ho properly digests tho
creator the proa t.
A. few roots, dally, to all stock, aro us
welcome as apples to lioys and girls. I
-for Uu lounn Mollis.
Never he niicnnrngtd.
In n remote field Mo.l a large tulip
treo, apparently ofa century's growth,
and ono of the most gigantic of this spo-
clos of trees. It looked like tho ratner
of tho surrounding forest. A single tree
of hugo dimensions, Maiming alone, Is
a suhllmo object.
On tho top of tho tree, for years, an
old eagle, has built her nest every year,
and. unmolested, raised her young,
What Is remarkable, tins treo sioou inn
Inn miles from tho s;a shore. It had
long been known ns tho "Old Eaglo
On a warni.Btmny dav.tho workmen
wero hoeing corn In an adjoining Held.
At a certain hour of the day, tho old
eaglo was known to set off for tho sen
sldo to gather food for her young. As
sho this day returned with a largo fish
In her claws, tho workmen surrounded
tho tree, nnd by yelling arm Hooting,
nnd throwing stones, so scared tho poor
bird that sho dropped tho llsli, anu tnoy
carried It off In triumph. Tho men
soon dispersed-, Joseph sat under a
bush near hy, to watch and bestow un
availing pity. Tho eaglets at onco set
mi a crv for food so shrill, so clear, and
so clamorous, that tho boy was greatly
moved. Tho parent bird seemed to try
to sootho them j but their appetites wero
too keen, and It was all In vnln. Jjho
then perched herself on n limb near
them, nnd looked down Into tho newl
with a look thnt seemed to wiy "i
know not what to do next." Hut her
Indecision was momentary. Again sho
poised herelf, uttering ono or two sharp
notes, ns if telling them to " Ho sun,"
balanced her body, spread her wings,
nnd was away ugnln for tho sea.
Jimeiili now determined to seo tho rt
suit. Ills eyas followed her until sho
growsmall, smaller a tnerospeck In tho
sky and then disappeared. Sho was
gono nearly two hours, about doublo
her usual tlmu for a voyage, when sho
again returned, on a slow, weary wing,
flying uncommonly low, In order to
havo u heavier atmosphere to sustain
her, with another fish In her talons
On ncarlng tho llold,sho mado a circuit
arouud,to seo If her enemies wero there
again. Finding tho coast clear, sho
onco moro reached the treo, drooping
faint, and evidently nearly exhausted
Again the eaglets set up their cry.
which was soon hushed by tho dlstliba
tiou of n dinner, such ns savo tho
cooking, n king might admire.
"Glorious bird!" cried tho boy, in
ecstasy and alone; "what a spirit I
Others can sing moro sweetly ; others
can scream moro loudly; but what oth
er bird, when persecuted and robbed,
when weary and discouraged, when so
far from tho sea, would do as thou hast
dono I 1 will learn a lesson from thec
to-day. I will never forget, horeafter,
that when tho spirit Is determined it
can do nlmostanythlng. Others would
havo dropped tho head, nnd mou rn cd
over tho cruelty of man, and sighed at
tho wants of tho nestlings; but thou, by
onco recovering tho loss, lias forgotten
nil. I will learn of thoc, noblo bird ; I
will remember this, and Iwlll set my
mark high. I will try to do something
nnd to be something in tho world ; and
I will never yloid to discouragement."
The elek Kit.
A Kite, who had been long very ill,
said to his mother, "Don't cry, mother,
but go and pray to tho gods that I may
recover from this dreadful dlscaso and
pain." "Alas! child," said tho moth
er, " which of tho gods can I entreat
for ono who has robbed all tholr altars?"
A death bed irpenttnce Is poor amonds
for tho errors of a llfo tlrao.
The ttte,ik Frog.
A Fuoo emerging from a swamp, pro
claimed to nil tho world that he- was
como to cure all diseases. "Here!" ho
cried "como and seo a doctor, the pro
prietor of medicines such as man never
heard of boforo; no, not JKscuInplus
himself, Jovo's cuurt-physlclan I" "And
how," said tho fox, "daro you hot up
to heftl others, who are not nblo to euro
yout- own limping gait, and blotched
nnd wrinkled skin?"
Test n mini's professions by his prac
tice, riiyslcian heal thyself.
Tho Hound mid (lie Hare.
A Hound after long chasing a Hare
at length canio up to her, nnd kept first
biting nnd then licking her. Tho
Ilnro not knowing what to mako of
him Mild: "Jf you nro a friend, why
do you blto me? but if a foe, why en,
A doubtful friend Is worso than a cor
tf.ln enemy. Let n man bo ono thing or
tho other, ami wo then know how to
The I'otkemiiil the Bhetp
, ., -i-oneCp. Ono day the
shepherd laid hold of him, when lv
squeakod nnd struggled with nil bis
might and main. Tho sheep rej,rxieli
ed him forcrylngout,and.sald,uiooft.n
lays hold of us, nnd wo do ot cry."
"Yes," replied he, " but owearo Is not
the samo ; for ho catches you for the
sako of your wool, but mo for my fry."
The old Woman ami her Maids.
A TmtiFTY old Widow kept two
Servant waliN, whom sho used to call
up to their work at eock-crou-. Thn
aiatiU dUllkcd exceedingly this early
ir, mm ueicrmined between them
selves to wring off tho Cock's neck, as
uu -. uiocauso or their troublo by
wiiKingineir mistress so early. Thoy
.me. uu Buuiiur U0I10 tills, tlinil tllO Old
lady missing her usual alarum, and
afraid of oversleeping herself, contlnu
ally mistook tho time of day, und rous-
m mum at nuunignt.
To much cunning over-reaches Itself.
The Vine nnd the Goal'
Tjijsiie was a vino teeming with rlpo
fruit and tender shoots.
uuai caino up and imawl hn i,nrir
and browsed nnon tho vminirii ui
will mvengo myself on you," sold tho
vino, -lorinisinsu t: for. whim in
tow days you aro brought as a victim to
uiier, mojuico of my grapes shall
luuucwoiueoin upon thy forehead."
"vinumion inougn lato cornea at last.
The Lamb aud the Wolf,
A La Mil pursued bv aAVolftnnk rnf.
ugo III a temple. Unon this tho wnii
ii. i , , . . -
i-iiru om w mm. and said. (i.t i,n
pnw woum amy mm Ifho caught Mm.
'He It so," said tho Lomb: "It is bet
ter to bo sacrificed to Omi. ilm.. i.
devoured by you."
None but tho bravo (ltonrvn i)n r.il
and nono but tho bravo can livn wti!
Homo of ibom.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Hooflantl's German Tonic.
Frcparcd tiy nr. C. 71. Jackson,
TAe Great ICemedlet
FOB ILL DIStillS or tl
L1VCU, STO.nACH, or
Hoofland's Gorman Bittors
It comiwiimlcj of tlio flirt) jutcet, (or m th?y art
mwictnaiiy wrm rj -j tiija ffU'
I iiii a tirpiinratlon.
lyfrte from Air
tmiiil. niul cntlra
cohvlK uJmUturt any Vitxd,
Hoofland's Gorman Tonioi
I & coint-t nation of all the Ingmltcntl of ttift
inner, ivlili tho purckt auallty of Santtt Crui
Hum, Oranco, etc . maLfnif ou of the rooit
iileMant null nrcfaUd rcinctllca cut otfuvJ to
Thow f reforrlnff a Medicine free from AIco
hullo atlmUture. is ill ui
Hooilaud's Gorman Bittors.
In cnira of ncrvooi (crrcs1on, whoa tome
alcohol lo atlmulaa la iicccaaary,
Hoofland's Gorman Tonio
The Blttera or the Tonic are both equally
rooj, aol oontaln the a.ime medicinal Tlrtuea.
The atomach, from a variety of cauacs, auch aa
Indiffatloui Dya pepala, Ncrvoua
Debility, cte , la rfw very apt to have
Ita functloDa do lK JU ranged. The re
ult of which la. that the patient
utfera from aevcral or more of the folio Ina
ConsUvatlon. Flatulence. Inward File a
Pulneas of Blood to the Head,
Acidity of tho Btomach, Kauaea,
Heartburn, Distrust for Food
Fulnesi or Wetirbt In the
Btomach, fl-.ur Eruc
tatlona, Sinking or Flut
tertna at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried or SilHcult Breath
Ins1, Flutterins at the Heart, Choking
or BulTocatlnic Senaatlona when In
a Xjyinsc Posture, Dlmneaa of
Vision, Dots orwobi baforo
the Sight, Dull Pain in
the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration. Yellow
ness of the Skin ftnd Eyes,
Pain in the - Side. Back.
Chftt, Lim lTsm bs, etc., Sua
den Flushes of MJ Heat, Burn
inst in the KSI Flesh Con
stant Imastalnu of Evil, and
Great Depression of Spirits.
Theae remedies will effbotaally core Lifer
Complaint. Jaundice, Dyrpepala, Chronic or
KcrToaaDehUJly.Chronlo Dlarrhua, Dlaeaae of
the Kidacya, and all Diseases arlilng from a
Ulaoidcred Iiror, titonib,or InteiUnea.
IlaatrLTise raoH 1st Oicia wbititsr
PHOSTilATION 07 THE SYSTEM,
lie DC is st UsTSBS Lit os, ILtapaairi,
xrois, Fstsss, bto:
lliers Is so raediclBe extant qal t; theae
rumedlea in each eaaea A tone and igor la Im
parted t the whole fiyitere, the Appetite la
Htrengthencd, food r Is enjoyed, tho
tomtch dig eats M promptly, the
blood la tiuritled. ! - lh rnmnlillnn
beoomeaaounaana mmm ucaiiny, tno j
low Usge la eradicated from the eyea. a hloon
la given to the cheeka,and the weak and ocrroua
invaua oecomiMa airomj ana oeaiuy veing.
revsons Advanced in Ufa
And fee!lnc the hand of time welghlof rieavtfj
vpOD there, with all ita attendant Ilia, will find tu
theaae of this lurriilty.or the TONIC, aa
elixir that will hi.lii new Ufa Into Utelr veloa.
reatore In a mcaiure the energy and ardor of
moro youthful d.ya, huiid tip their ahrunken
forma, and gl huJih aud bapplueaa to Unlr
rem ai nlng j vara.
It la a well-eatabllihed fact that fully one half
of the female por r tion of our popu
lation are auldom TP la the inJonivnt
of good health; or, m to uio tlafr own
ciprciilon. "ntvtr &sn-ksfl feel well.' Tiiry
aru luiJifuUl, dukold of all energy, extremely mr
rotia, nnd ha e no apicUtc.
Tutittacliuaof peiiona the DITTEKU, or the
TONIC, U eBpcciiillyrecoramcndud.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made itrong hy tho uo of tithfr of theau
rcmedtca. Tin- will cure Tcry caag of MA
UAbMUtJ, without falL
Thouiamla nf ccrtllicatc Iiato accumulated 'n
tho hand of tho .ronrlttor, but aprce will allow
of the publication of but a few. Thoao, It will
be olt.crred,aio m.n of note and of amti hUa.i
tiiif thiit they liiunt La btllccii
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward,
CJiUJuttict oih Suprtmt Cviui tfr&.t wrltea,
rhiUMphi, Marth 10, 1861.
"I find Hoof. Lind'e German
imtereMasKuiftl tonic, uacful In
dlacaiceof tUdl ATSk gcitive or;&n,
and of prcat ben dam foU iiitlnroacaufde
billty, and want of ncrvoua action lu iyatcm.
"UUO. W. WOUmVAltD.
Hon. James Thompson.
lidyi a Ott Suj-rtrnd Cturi 1 JUnntyhunut.
ralditttphia, April JH, lied.
ul eonilJor MloolUndi Ut.rnun UUH't' h
MilualU MMicint lit cute of attacks of Indi'e
tion or Itj I cju certify tLU from my
ajurlcnce hf it
" Youia, with retpect,
r-m Rev, Joseph H. Kennard.
JMiiwett, TtntH By tilt C'Au.cA, VhiUdJyhU
KB. '"M' tun tktf7i, S'X
Lui til .
Ir. UuuBand'a UirmTr. uU.L i a S!?.'1''" t
l't. liooQaDd'a (Jtrman Ilht-iu 1 .( !! r
from my u.n.l c.u" to , Ji '1'""'.'!"
J. ii. kun.s'akh,
llKlitli, Uluw L'outli SU
From Hcv. E. D. Fcndall,
Juitljm zj,tur ariitian Hrenftl,, l-kfcjj.
I ti.Te derived decl.! lep.flt from tu
Jloo land'. (lem i,llltr, fflft
each botUe. All 5?f.ffWe' F
otbera are conn-
0HAMX3 M. EVANS.
Utrmm UfuaLl I'roprliu,,,
HJm4', onju Bittrfltu n m
. f Ml '"' to ounln. w0lftht
toj, lu win t cl Ult niiutoi
January SI, m.
Tut atnrrnl it. I.,
fcul u.unllv, I 0,,,Vl not, II l:i u. M,y ui it
FALIi AND vi
Tho tubiicrlbcr liaa Jnstl
Willi nnollicr largo nnil f
Bl'IlINa AND R
rturt'lmscit In New VorW
lowest flsuro, nud whlclj
on n! tnoderalo l.rms nl
whero In Illnomsunrg. II
of Uio cliolccMl alylcfl mull
with a largo rnssortmcnt i
eerie, consisting of tho fo
Hoots And Bhoes,
lints nnd Caps,
In short, everything ul
stores, to which no lnvl
ublle generally. Tho lj
fr ennntry produco In cl
C HEAT REDUCl
u .- .1
SI'lUNQ AND !
Till! subscriber has J
hand nt his old hlnnd 111
purchnstHl at tho lowc.J
bo procured clsowhero I
vn cash oit o
choicest styles o
Hall nc It?), CasHlmcrs,
Drugs, Oils, raluls, Ac.
BOOTS & SIIOEfl
In short everything vs
store. The patronage of I
public generally, is rospil
Tho highest market prl
Light Btrect, Nov. 8 ISt
T J. BROW
In now ottering to thJ
s p r in a
consisting In part of a ful
O A It 1
Kino clotlm nnd cassluil
of all patterns and qualltl
of various finalities and j
Qootl nnsortmcnt of
LADIES' it CHJLDJIF.M
KrcBh Grocerlos aud Hpil
ASH AND Ql
FX NO. 1
in oue-hnU and
Now Is the time to mnl
am offering goods at vcl
motto Is fair dealing to a I
sold by any.
Lloorasburg, April 12, ll
JJEW YORK VIA
No. 310 and 3J2 Hc
(CORNER ok SOll
Semi fordrsrrlntlvo Catal
liomson's Crown Crl
rplioinson's Crown Crlnl
JL Aru unefiuatA
Thomson's Crown Crlnofl
In nword, nro tho best In f
moro widely known thnn nuy otl:
Ai wnoiebnio ny
April 2l,'C8-3in. m liroadwnyl
UTWAN, DILLINGEU &CO.,
NO. 220 K011TII IIIIItD BTlltET
(.Vrard opposite Jawt, JTen, &m(( Oj.)
Wholesale Dealers In
YAItNS, IIATTINQ, WADDINa, C'AUl'ETH
w.m wwjjua, UHAlttM, FLY NLTH
ait!IN BAOS, CORDAaE, 4C. ALSO
WILLOW AND WOODKN WAItK
llllBSUEfl, TBDKXS, LOOKING OLASSUS rrr
May 10, lS7-ly. ' c
JOWE, EUSTON & CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
COTTON YAItNS, CAIIPET CHAINS,
I1ATT8, WICKS, TIE YAItNS, COUDAOP
IlIlOOJtB. WOOD AND WILLOW WAHE
MOIC'Q LASSES, CLOCKS, FANCY BASKETS
TAIILE, PLOOIl, AND CARHIAQE
No. 530 Market Street, south side,
SSS' a fpns, ready to bo nailed down.
KOOl INfl costing muifi less, nnd morodurablo
iwijinuuiiiicjj bo applied by any ordinary
uuuriKO Hint viu not expand or contract by
n-,,?. COI'l'ER STIU1' FEED
Circular, ""V"! i'K
JOHN 0. YEAGEH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers lu '
HATS, CAPS, BTUAW GOODS, AND
No. 267 North Third Street,
yjUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OP NEW YORK,
P. .V. WXSrOK President.
Dividend paid Policy holder. In imi. SS ffi
IJirgest Mutual Compauy In tho world.
March !'! ir J0,tN ' ".'JEZE, Agent,
worch JUCS-lf, Dlooinsbuif, 'a.
and ho r
JOItDAN 1c mtOTHEIt,
aud Dealers In
SALTPETIIE AND imi'.sfTt,
No 9jO North ThlrditreI,, i
J P. ilEAUD; ,
with lippincw, ndD i;
Mnnuructur ud WhoValDalert In
HATS, CAW, KUW, ANDHTI.f' 000 DS,
gNYDEH, IIAHIS & ASSETT,
Manufactters and John of
MEN'S ANIJOY'S CLptflNO,
Nos. 625 Marketind 623 Comnco Street,
W. BLADN & CO.j
JIaifacturera nf 1
OIL CLOTHED WINDOW 8HADEH,
Impcer and Dealer fi
CHINA, OliAl, AND QUEESWAHE,
No. 231 North TU Slreet,
" between lace nnd;Vlne
k ,H. KING.
J, U. SKYHRRT
NDItEWJ WILKINH & CO.,
FOltlilON A.') DOMESTIO DUY GOODS,
fj.W3 Market Street,
JOHN KTIiTJI & CO.,
oucvssic. to awvr a mother,
W1I0L1SBU'. DEALERS IN FISH,
No. 2t North Wirvcs, and 25 N.rtli Water St.,
TUS7??1:D-T,l0 ChtPt HOOP
...PKU'T'liUio county at
nlgned would respectfully announce
t that ho has opened ft
I .ASS CONFECTIONEUY 8T0IIE,
nc lately ocenpled by Bernard Btoh
o Is prepared to furnish all kinds of
fcREIQN 4 DOMESTIC I'llUITS,
n uin, iiAimsAU., &Ui AC
.IIOLESAI.K Oil nKTAtl.
la full assortment of all goods In
IiOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
ho Holidays, Particular attention
Lead and cakes,
1 fresh every day,
pllclted, nnd sntlsftictlon wilt bo
10 V A Ii OF
C. 0. MAlirt'S
! E AV STOlt E
Isiriyn'.i it lo ox,
EU Or MAIIKKT AND IKO! STREETS.
Igned hnvlug received from the city
Inpleto supply of
I'niNO AND BUMMKH
pODS AND anoCEKIES,
liE AND IIAnD-WAItE,
in axd willow-wart:,
TO II A 0 00,
is A jY J) S Jf O li H.
It, SALT, I'JSH, AND JIEAT,
1 1 proposo m lllugat a very low figure
U. C. JIAItlk
j ANll WI.VTKII CIOODH.
, AND WINTIIIt flllDDM
ILL AND WINTKU (100DH
r.I. A XII WIVTl.MI rwuiiiu1
ILL AND WINTIilt OOODs
HATS AND CAPS.
DAI'S AND CAPh!
HATH AND (111
HATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SnOES.
DOOTS and shoes!
HOOTS and shoes!
HOOTS AND SHOES
HOOTS AND SHOES)
ILVDY-MADK CIXJTI1 1 nil
I)OK INM1 LAKSIos!
IJOK INU-0 LAMSEs!
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINTS ANll OILS,
PAINTS ANll OILS
PAINTS AND OILS!
OltAIN AND SEEDS,
OHA1N ANll SEEDS,
OllAIN ANll SEEDS,
OltAIN AND SI'.EDS,
OltAIN AND SEEDS,
est corner of
est corner of
est corner of
est corner of
Main and Market Streets,
Main and Markot Streets,
Main and Market Streets,
Main and Market Streets,
lest co ruer of
.uuiii niiu Aiuiitui mrci'is,
IRON AND NAIW,
I HON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NA1IW,
IKON AND NAILS,
lira-o ouantllles and at reduced rates, nlu-nv
!IIELL, BEItaEK & CO.,
GENEItAL COMMISSION MEItCIIANTS
FISH, SALT, CHEESE, PU0VI8I0NS, 4a,
Nos. 123 and 121 North Wharves, above Arch St.
Solo nceuta lor Wilcox's Wheel Grease, In bar
rels, kegs, and cans.
yAiNwiuairr & co.,
N, E. Corner Second nndArch Streets,
TEAS, HYUUPS, COFFEE, BUOAll, MOLASSES
bice, bi'ices, in caru boua, ic, ao.
Hi- OrderB will receive prompTattentlou.
LirPlNCOTT & TltOTTEll,
No. 21 North Water Btrect,
and No. 20 North Delaware Avenue
TUTEAVER & SPRANKLE,
WHOLESALE GROCERIES AND COMMISSION
Nos. 223 and 227 Arch Btreet
" NOTIONS, HOSIEltY, QLOVES. AND
No. M North Third Btreet,
T ATELY OPENED.
Tho undersigned vould respectfully Inform tho
eltlionsof liloouuburu nnd lciulty.lhathehas
and Tli Ird, where ho will follow tho cabinet ma
king business In nil Its blanches. Orders for
METALLIC On OTHER COFFINS
filled with promptness and despatch. Iteimlrs
cheaply inaap to nil kinds of furullure, liu'lud.
Ing Uio rcplaillng of eane.botlomed chairs. I'at
terns for ciuUiiks mado neatly and expeditious,
ly, and oidersnre solicited either in pcrsonor by
mall. Plcluro frames made lo orde r at short no
ftrtlHWl ItoliEUT 110AN,
jyjEROH ANT'S HOTEL,
nohtu youani btuekt,
J. 4 W. O, M'KIUUIN, Proprietor,
May 10, 1KT7-Iy,
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
QIIARLE3 W. SNYDER,
II A II D W A It E,
IKON, NAILS, STEEL, AC., AC, dC.
MAIN STREET, JILOOMSnURO, rENN.
Tako this method of Informing tho clllzcns of Co
lumblft couty, that ho has opened an extcnslvo
Hardwaro sloro on Main street, In Hloomsburg,
Hear Iron street, nnd that ho has on hand ft
LARGER STOCK AND BETTER ASSORTED
thau can bo found any where clso In the county,
nnd which ho Intends to sell nt prices which defy
CHAINS, AXES, STEEL, IRON.
I hnvo chains, nil sizes, axes, nil mako and
weight, steel, all sizes, Iron, nil shapes, nnd nil
II UI L D E It'S H A 11 D W ARE,
of overy descriptions, Nnlls, axle pulleys, sash
cords, latches, locksnnd knobs, butt screws, sash
fasts, window springs, bnso knobs, strap hinges,
hasps nnd staples, hooks and staples, and In fact
everything needed In thnt lino.
COACH & WAGON. MAKERS' HARDWARE,
embracing almost overy thing In that line. Also
HARNESS MAKERS' HARDWARE,
Ruckles, Japanned) buckles, silver plated; bltU
of every kind, Hames, Iron; pad trees t 11am ra,
wood i saddle trees, gig trees, girth web, worsted
and cotton ! thread, silk, awls nnd needles, tools
of all kinds,
A full assortment forcaneuters. 1 have planes
nil kinds, saws ; hand, pnnncl, rip, nnd compass,
snuares-stccl. Iron, nnd try t boring machlucs,
cubic, angers, bevels, mallets, braces, gauges,
plows, rules, bits, nnd nbout everything for enr
FOR THE PEOPLE GENERALLY'
I hnv c coal
conl sifters, lant
cutlery, plated spoons,
plated forks.scrvers, tea nnd cof.
fco pots,buttcr knlvcs.mlll saws,
cross cut saws, circular saw s, gangsaws,
Hies, horse fthocs,wrcuches,rlvcls,liniu
mcrs, hatchets, mattocks, picks, forks, grub
bing hoes, shovels, spades, spading forks, hoes,
rakes, bed pins, twine, skates, plows, coflln trim
mings, Emery, red chalk, white chalk, wire,
horso nails, meat cutters, scales, wash boards,
horso buckets, wooden rails, clothes
plus, glue, door mats, porch mats, par
lor mals, corn poppers, paint
blushes, horso brushes, sleigh
bells, heel calks, enamel
rd kettles, btass kettles,
Sledges, curtain fixtures,
Thllnbloskelns nnd taxes,
Pumps, lead pipe, ele.,
Tarred ropo nnd hundreds of nrtlclcs not .enu
merated constantly on hand at
CHARLES W. SNYDER'S,
Main Slreet, llloomsburg.
Q.EORQE II. ROBERTS,
Importer nnd Dealer In
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, ic,
No. 311 North Third Street, nbovo Vine,
Jacoii K. Smith. j, r. kei.tzeu
g 31 IT II & SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers lu Foreign nnd Domestic
II A'R D W A R E,
NO. lOil y. THIRD STKEET, An. CALI.OWHIM.,
IRON, TINWARE, &.C.
Iiloomsburg, Columbia County, Fa.
Tho subscriber, proprietor of tho abovc-i awe d
extenslvo establishments now prepared to re
eelvo orders for all kinds of
MACHINERY FOR COLLIERIES, RLAST
FURNACES, Sl'ATIONA RY ENGINI,
MILLS, THRESHING MACHINl, Ai!
Ho Is also prepared to mako Stoves of all sizes
and patterns, Flow-Irons, nnd everything muully
mado'ln Mrst-class Foundries.
His extenslvo facilities nnd practical workmen
warrant him In receiving tho largost contlacts on
the most reasonable terms.
Grain of all kinds will bo taken In exchange for
Tills establishment Is located near tho Luckr
waunn nod Uloomsburi- Railroad Depot.
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT
announces to his friends nnd customers that
continues the nbovo business nt his old place on
MAIN STREET, IILOOMSHUP.U.
Customers can bo accomodated with
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, and every va
riety of artlclo found In a Blovo nnd Tlnwaio lis
tnbllshment In the cities, nnd on the most reason
nblo terms. Repairing dono at tho shortest notlco.
23 DOZEN MILK-PANS
on hand for sale.
EV STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
O.N MAIN HTUEET, NEAltlY 01T01ITK MILLEH'
Tnii undersigned has Just fitted upaud opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
In this plaro, wherohn Is prepared to mako up
new Tin Wauk of all kinds In his line, and ilo
repairing with neatness and dispatch, upon tho
most reusouablo terms. Ho also keeps on hand
ST0V1M OF VARIOUS PATTERNS & ST YLES(
which ho will sell upon terms to suit purchasers.
Glvo him n call. Hols n goud mechanic, nnd
u.ov, ..I.,, u, i.tu I'UUIIU liUlIUUUUt.
Iiloomsburg, April 20, ISC7.
TOBACCO & SUGARS.
rjrtHE ONLY PLACE
to get tho best
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
8 nt HUNGSDERGER'S,
n few doors below tho American House,
Ilo has tho largest and most select of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOIIACCO
ever ottered to tho citizens of nioomsbure. All
the fancy brands of
nnd Iho best Fine-cut and Plug
can bo had at his counters.
TOIIACCO PI PES
In greatarlety aro among his largo stock.
DON'T FORGET TO CALL.
It. H. JIUNSIIERUER.
TT W. RANK'S
WHOLESALE TOIIACCO, SNUFF, AND
No. 110 North Third Slieet,
between Cherry nnd Rnce, west side,
Q L. WOODRUFF,
Wholesalo Dealers lu
T011ACC0S, CIGARS, PirES, AC, &c,
No. 13 North Third Btreet, nbovo Market,
Tlifftinderslgned would respectfully aunounro to
the clllzcns of Uloomsbnrg nnd tho pnbllo geno
rally thn the Is running an
between this placoniid Ihodlilircnt lallioaddo
pots dally (Sunday, excepted), to connect with tho
several trains going South aid West on tho Cata.
wissa and WUlUmsport Railroad, and with thoso
golug North and Boulhon Uio liicknwonnn and
HlsOmulbusscsuro In good condition, commo
dious and comfortable, and charges reasonable,
Persons wlshlug to meet or seo their friends do.
p art,cau be accomodated upon reasonable charg.
by leaving timely notlco at any of the hotels.
JACOII It QIRTON, Proprietor,
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
gAVE YOUR 3I0NEY!
GREAT I N 1) U 0 I. M I". N T SI
a n i: a t i: r i n d u c e m ij n t si
GREATEST I N 1) V C E M 1 1 N T S
THE OLD DRUG STORE
L. N. 31 OYER,
Where can bo found tho una est nnd ni-sr at
sohTMENT, ever nnercd to Iho clllzcns nfthii
DyoStuirs, Mixed Paints,
nil of theso nro of tho best known mnko nnd nro
warranted ns pure nnd unadulterated. Tho finest
nnd largest slock of
to bo found lu this nr ndjolnlngcountles
Fancy Soups, Drushcs,
HnlrOlls, Toilet Articles,
Stationery, Pocket Hooks
T O It A C 0 O 11 S .
Smoking and c hcwln?,
Cigars of nil descrlpl Ions,
Pipes, Cigar Holders.
letups, nssorted sizes nnd styles,
Lamps, Chimneys, shades, llun.Ni.ns,
Sponges, Chamois Skins,
Syringes, Rrcasl Pumps,
Trusses of all approved pallellis Ac, Av.
L I l U O It S .
A lino assortment of nro llcniom.ror medical
purposes constantly on hand and Iho best
known kinds of
Patent Mi.Mi'ixr-s of eery dcscilpllnu, In
cluding Iho best varieties of pills nnd tonics,
l'insiciAN's I'lti-scniiTioNS CAm:rt.T.t.Y mu
No such slock has ever been presented to tho
peoplo of this section of country.
Tho prlcesntc nssmnll ns tho stock Is large.
Tho Wholesale n ices nro moro fnvornblo to tho
puichascr than ever, ns arinngemcnts havo been
onvclcd with tho wholesalo dealers In tho larue r
cities, so that goods can bo procured lu Iilooms
burg ns chcaply.as In New York or Philadelphia.
3Country dealers nro earnestly Invited In
study their own Interests, by examining tills
Remember tho placo Exchange Ui.ocKnboe
Exchango Hotel, Main btrect, Iiloomsburg.
Jan. 31, lsns. Cm
a 'j TUalsthoAJtiiiiosUtUtlUiiemiJ-,
(lii Curo that hy
AMnnosiA that Uin maJd.
fcojy una h lliu -iaiuin, nauiidoiiio anu
ilVM .i -
W'lio now liat rncn lo,kf, tliry py.
fr'j iSfci ill iiC'l le A3ii:i.obi lim 1.1
Thn U Hi" rnrron-w.io.liyllie va
Mrrlcl lli iiialkU'ii, huinffuiiu . I
To tin? man onco ImKl unit friy,
Itut who now li'i- r.nt-ii Un'l ,ty
.Ucni.rio lie tiii t 11m Cure lint 1 ty
In tlic Aiiminiiv lint King iiiii'li'.
TMil-tlti IMl tliftl rlu. iiu
C sJ!iiJl"nllhUfii.w1i.rhIi r l.
-KV 1 ?&JfVOH U'oit-lvi t - fc - t
clM.-MjSnJ' A.viwobii tit t A ti
E. H. TUBB3 fiiCO., PnopniETons, Petereop.O', K.H.
AND lOUHAI.r. IY
L. N. MOYI'Jt ami 1'. I.VTZ, 1HU(:rU(s
lllooinstjurK, nml M, M, illtUKST, Cntuwlt .a,
J It. MOYEU,
I) K V 0 0 I H T,
roKNi:it or maim anu mauki:t smiuM,
M-hci-llltjo touiul a laro mul nolocl hlotflt nl
jMEDICINES ANJ) OIIEJIICAKS.
AKo nil tho
tatj:t JirDiciNi op thi: day,
I am also iircjiarcil to Airnl&li Country Hlorcw wU
Castor Oil, Ooaficy'a Conllal,
and nil other mediclnei kept in their lino nt City
tV2-I're8crIptlonscnrcrnlly compouiulcd at all
In mcaiclnes, quality It of tho llrht importance,
nioomsbure, Juno7, 1807
LI.KN et NUKDIiKS.
Of their Impioved
SUl'KIt I'HOSl'HATK OF LIM I..
Also tho AMMONIATED PEIlTILIZini,
We sell only No, 1 received direct from Iho (Jnv
Super Phosphnlo In bags of auo lt,s,ench. Pilce
Ammonlated l'crtlllzcr, In hags 130 in. each.
A discount to dealers on nbovo prices.
Agricultural Works, lleach and Plum Slice Is.
oillces nud Stores, 11 H. Water (street, nnd I.'
bouth Dcluwolo Avenuo.
Scalers In oils. rANin.Fje nnd General Loin,
mission Merchants, Philadelphia.
1'eb, VI, 1M,3.
Norlh America CflO.iXsl
International , l.lOO.oue)
.Etna Llvo fitock JW.OUO
Insuninco Company of Ktnto IVnu'n e'!ii,is0
Connecticut Mutual Llfo lQ,foo,ii
Noilh American Transit 5,),ii
MtEAH llllOW.V, Aoail,
mur8C7ly, Hloomsuukci, Pa,
IvMIlHUSTKH & jmOTJIKll,
Importers nud Jobbers of
WHIItra ANll DItAWEItH,
HOOP NKIU1X, HANDKEItCHIEI-H,
THItEAUS, BEWINO HILKH,
TUIMMINOS, P011TE MON.NAir.-l,
HOAIW, PEHPUMEItY, I'ANCY COODfe, , NH
Also Manufacturers of
IlllUHHES Ami LOOKING (iLAKSUH,
aud Iiealcrs In
WOOII ANll WILLOW WAHE,
nitOOMH, ItOPIX, TWINI'.t, dr
No. 300 North Third fitrect.abovo Vlun,
ILIjKH & HOST,
Successors to Franklin P. Hclticr & tVi
imiKjuers nuu Wholesale Dealers lu
I LIQUOIW,- WINES, c
Nos, 110 nnd 113 North Third Htre.,1,
Fsyttff This 1 1 tlia Man lio wis bull nnJ
viife V Uray,
VS'.A A, Who now lins raven lories, lliry say.
fl KPT " "sed the Cure tint lay
In Iho AMIIUJSIA that lilus iiuJa