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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
jgnrmrr'? 5cii.wtmc.it .
Ckhtais Cum: rou roi-.NDi:it. Ah
noon ips yoiijdl'covor tlint llio horse l
foitmlerctl, tnki lilm to tho neiircst
ItrniKli or stream of unlcr und tlu litiu
In It, Atntutltig In the wntvr nearly up
to lils belly liN ln-.iil being o high
Hint ho cannot ilrlnl;. If tlio vcitlicr
U warm, let lilm Hlunil In the stream
several hours) then tiiko lilm out, rub
his legs thoroughly to promote, clrcula
Hon, and ngnln tlo him In tho water, If
ho Is still lrtme. By repeating thli pro
ecs two or thrco times, tho liorr-o will
bo effectually cured. If tho weather 1
cold when tho horso N foiinilercd, that
I. If It U In the winter, the horso mini
not bo allowed to Mnnd In tho water
moro than about twenty minutes at n
time, lie should bo taken out and leu
rubbed diligently till they becoino dry
and warm and the circulation of the
blood made active, and this process
mint bo repeated till the horse is cured
which will bo generally within twenty
four bourn. Tills remedy will cost
nothing, can do no possible hnrm, and
will, In every Instance, cure, If tho tils-
eao has not been of too long standing,
Don't bo afratd to try It. llttral WorUl
I coui.n never understand why farm
era do not keep ducks; ai a matter ol
profit they aro moro profitable than
hens. It may bo that tho lmpi.-nslon
that In order to keep ducks a person
must navo a pona or stream of wate
near by, has deterred many from keep
ing them; but thoro Is no need of any
thing of tho kind. It is true that It is
hotter to have a pond or Mica in, but
you can raise ducks just iw well else
where. I know of parties that aro verv
successful In raising them, that have
only a shallow tub set In tho ground
and tilled from the pump oceaMonatlv
In fact, tho trouble of raising ducks
and about tho only one, I letting the
young go Into tho water too soon after
they are hatched. They should not be
allowed to go into tho water for a week
or ten days after they leave tho nest
When I speak of the profit from
ducks, I do not liavo referenco In the
common duck that Is seen every day,
i mean a urceu oruuclts that will weigh
twelve, pounds to tho pair, alive, such
as ltoucn and Aylesbury, and both ex
ecllcnt layers, easily kept and reared,
and being very large and excellent for
tho market, mid It costs no more to
rear them thau tho common ducks that
will only weigh on tho average about
eight pounds to tho pair.
Tho Itoucn is a very handsome duck
In plumage; tho drako lias a glossy
green head dowu to u whito ring around
his neck, tho lower part of tho body Is
a .beautiful mixed gray, the wings are
of a beautiful green brown gray and
shaded wrth brown on tho back." The
duck Is of a beautiful brown, with ev
ery other feather shaded on tho outer
edge with black. They aro acknowl
edged the best of tho varieties, laying
very early, and continuing tho season
except In moulting season, and lato in
Tho Aylesbury Is puro white, bith
tho ducks and drake, and about tho
samoblzo as the Rouen. Both become
very famlllar.and being largonnd heavy,
do not caro to roam a3 much as the
commou kind. Maine Farmer.
The harvest of tho earlier grasses
will soon bo on hand. As to tlmo ol
cutting clover, wo havo thought, for
somo years past, that tho common prac
tice delays It too long, and th.it tho con
sequence of .such delay Is tho very bad
quality of tho nrtlclo; tho black stems,
tho burnt loaves and tho Impalpable
dust that unfits It especially for horses.
Tho common Indication of lltness for
tho scytho Is tho turning brown of two
thirds of tho bloom. Wo daro to sug
gest that a better rule would bo to cut
whero tho bloom is well developed,
and before it is browned at all. Cut at
this stage of progress, and cured quick
ly, without such exposure to thu sun as
will scorch and crisp tho leave", It will
make a winter provender for cows, mi
pertor to any other, and for horses,
hardly inferior to the bast.
Trofcssor Ilorsford determined by ex
periment that tho clover cut when tho
heads first begin to appear, produces
only 0.80 per cent, of sugar ; but when
fully developed 1. 15 per cent, of sugar
very near fifty per cent, moro than
that cut first. " If clover," ho says, " is
not cut when sugar is most prevalent,
it goes to perfect tho seeds, and tho
samo loss of nutriment is tho result.
Orchard grass should bo cut when In
bloom, it makes very poor hay if al
lowed to stand longer. American for
mer. Hllllt Win III I'ullatiliiK.
The following hints aro from tho
Oardcncr's Monthly, nnd aro truo to tho
As toon as a plum or cherry knot can
bo discerned swelling out, cut It away
nnd burn it. When youscoany sign
of change In color on tho bark of your
pear wees, cut away and burn that also.
And when you bcpany black marks on
tho leaves of applo trees, livid snots on
the grapo foliage, or any chango what-
nvur irom thu normal hue, cut away
and burn tho wholo thing. Ily this
means e!i!til you prevent their seeding
and thus only can you uver keep In
fiicvu. u trcuurKu which is really, in soino
neighborhoods, a mighty obstacle to
So with Insects : as a soldlor
say, they must be attacked dlreetlv in
front. Strategy Is of not
Hand picking, treo (.baking, and col
lecting grubs nnd larva), must bo the
cmei reuanco of tho practical man. ire
who has not "tirao" to attend to ti.em,,
things, will havo to buy his fruit of
inoso who nave. It Booms hard-heart-ed
topronouncosuchadoom, but we
iix-i ii to oo a irutn ; and the uooncr nil
ronusto it tho better, if it must bo.
Con ef ItalalMkr Corn,
SKVr.ltAL neighboring farmers lately
iiiev in mnmpaign county, III., to coup
paroresultsof thelrf.irmlnir oneratlons.
In respect to corn raisins thov mudn nn
estlmato based on tho dally wagej of
men nnu teams, which seemed to skow
that at tho present tlmo corn cannot bo
rniscuat less than fifty cents nor bushel.
unless over forty bushels to tho aero
can bo obtalnedfcwhlch amount was
considered a full average Am tlu west
ern part of that country.
"I HAD rntlier Jiavo newspapein
without a government," wild Jeirer.on,
"than a government without newspaper."
ov the ilouiin otitis.
The Vt'nItT of 1,1ft,
l.oxci before you or I were born, then
reigned, In a country a great way off, u
king who had three sous. This king
once foil very III, --mi 111 that nobody
thought he could live. Ills sons were
very much grieved at their father's
sicklies; and as they were walking to
gether very mournfully In thu garden
of the palace, n little old man met
them and asked what was tho matter.
They told him that their father was
very 111 and that they were afraid noth
ing could save him. " I know what
would," said thu little old man; " It Is
tho Water of Life. I f he could havo a
draught of It ho would bo well again
but It is very hard to get." Then tho
eldest son said, "1 will soon find It:'
mil ho went to tho sick king, and beg
ml that he might go In search of tho
Water of I.lfe, as It was tho only thing
that could savo lilm. "No," said tho
King, " I had rather die than place you
In such great dauger ns you must meet
with in yourjourney." But ho begged
so hard that tho king let lilm go;and
the prince thought to himself, "If
bring my father tills water, ho will
mnko mo solo iieir to ids kingdom."
Then lie set out: and when ho had
gono on his way somo tlmo ho camo to
a deep valley, overhung witli rocks and
woods; and as ho looked nrouud, ho
saw standing abovo lilm on one of tho
rocks n llttlo ugly dwarf, with a sugar-
loaf cap anil a scarlet cloak ; and tho
dwarf called to lilm nnd said. "I'rlnco
whither so fast'.'" "What Is that to
thee, you ugly imp?" said tho prlnco
haughtily and roduon.
But tho dwarf was enragod nt his be
havior, and laid a fairy spell of Ill-luck
upon lilm; so that as ho rode on, tho
mountain pass become narrower and
narrower, and at last tho way was so
straightened that ho could not go a step
forward : nnd when ho thought to havo
turned his liorso around and go back
tho way ho came, ho heard a loud laugh
ringing round him, nnd found that tho
path was closed behind him, so that ho
was "hut In all round. Ho next tried
to get olfhls horso and mako his way
on foot, but again tho laugh rang In his
aw, ami ho found himself unablo to
movoa step, and thus he was forced to
Meantime tho old king was lingering
on in daily hopo of his son's return.
till nt last thoseeond son said, "Father
l wlll.go In search of the Water of I.lfe."
For ho thought to himself. "Mv broth.
: is surely dead, and tho kingdom
will fall to me If I find tho water."
The king was at first very unwilling to
lethinigo, but at last yielded to his
wish. Ho ho set out and followed the
same road which his brother had done;
and met with tliosamo littlo elf, who
stopped lilm nt tho samo spot in tho
mountains, saying, as before, "Prince,
prlnco, whither so fast V" ".Mind your
own affairs, busy-body!" said tho prlnco
cornfully, and rodo on.
But tho dwarf put tho samo spell upon
lilm as ho had put on his elder brother;
.mil lie, too, was nt last obliged to tako
p his abode In tho heart of tho moun
tains. Tims it 13 with proud silly neo-
lo, who thiulc themselves above every
ono olso, and uro too prou d to oak or
Who n tho second prioco had thus
been gone a long time, tho youngest
son said lio would go aud search for the
Water of Life, and trusted ho should
soon bo able to mako his fathor well
again. So ho set out and the dwarf met
lilm too at the samo spot in tho vailoy,
-irnoug the mountains, and said.
"Prince, whither so fast?" And tho
prlnco said, "I am going In search of
tho Water of Life; because my father
is ill, and likctodio: can you help inc?
Pray bo kind, and nld mo if you can!"
"Do you know whero it is to bo found?"
asked tho dwarf. "No," said tho
prlnco, "I do not. Pray tell mo If you
know." "Then as you havo spoken to
mo kindly, and aro wLso enough to seek
for advice, I will tell you howand whero
to go. Tho wttfor you seek springs
from a well In an enchanted castlo : and
that you may bo ablo to reach it In safe
ty, I will give you an iron wand and
two littlo loaves of bread ; striko tho
Iron door of tho castlo thrco times with
tho wand, and It will open ; two hun
gry lions will bo lying down insido
gasping for their prey, butifyou throw
them tho bread they will let you pass ;
then hasten on to tho well, nnd tako
somo of tho Water of Life before tho
clock strikes twelve ; for if you tarry
longer mo Uoor will shut unon vou for
Then tho priuco thanked his littlo
friend witli tho scarlet cloak for his
friendly aid ; nnd took tiio wand nnd
llio bread, and went travelling on nnd
on, oversea and over Ian, till ho camu
to hisjourney's end, and found every
thing to bo as tho dwarf had told lilm.
Tho door flow open at tho third stroke
of tho wand, and when the Hons were
quieted lie went on through tho castlo
and camo ut length to a beautiful hall.
Around it ha saw icveral knights sit
ting In a franco; thou ho pulled off
their rings and put them on his own
fingers. In another room ho saw on a
table a sword and a loaf or bread, which
ho also took. Further on ho camo to a
room where a beautiful young lady sat
upon n couch; anil alio wolcomod lilm
ioyfully, nnd mill, If ho would set her
frco from tho spell that bound her, tho
kingdom should bo his, if ho would
como back In a year nnd marry her.
Then sho told lilm that the well that
held tho Water of LIfo was lu tho pal
ace gardens; aud bado him mako haste,
and draw what ho wanted beforo the
clock struck twelve.
Ho went on; and ai ho walked
through beautiful gardons, ho camo to
ft delightful shady spot In which stood
couch ; and ho thought to himself, as
ho felt tired, that ho would rest lilm-
self for nwhllo, and gazo on tho lovely
ccenes mound lilm. Bo ho laid himself
down, and sleep fell upon him unawares,
so tnat ho did not wake up till tho clock
was striking a quarter to twelve. Then
no sprang from tho couch dreadfully
frlgli toned, ran to tho well, filled a cup
that was standing dy him full of water
anil hastened togct away In tlmo. Jut
as iio was going out of the Iron door It
struck twelve, and tho door fell so
quickly upon lilm tiiat It snaptoff n
piecuor his heel.
When ho found himself eafe, he was
overjoyed to think that bo luul got tlio
v titer or mo j nnd aa bo was going on
hie way hoiiittwnrds, he pasted by tho
littlo dwarf, who, when ho saw tho
sword and tho loaf, said, " You liiwo
made n nobio prize: with the sword
you enn at a plow slay wholo nrmle.s.
and the bread will novcr fall you."
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Hoodand's German Tonlo.
Prepared by r. c. 11. Jackson,
Ae (Treat Xentedltt
rOBALl DIIBiaBS Of til
MVr.lt, STOMACH, or
Hoofland's Gorman Bitten
In compounded of lha part Jalecs, (or at tfc.y art
m.iHclu(iI!y terra -. ed. tMtatUs of
Kools, llcrlia aa,lUrka,uk
Ira a preparation, ! hlahly toocen
trite, iii,1 entire -MU OMt lyruron M
cv Wic rtilsul.rl iff any linil.
Hoofland's German Tonio,
Is a eofnlit nation of a'l the Ingredient of th
Jltfur, ltlt tha imreil aiulity of Santa Out
tun, vrmnea, eie mauog on Ol Ina ROM
plennant tnd agrcl)lo rtmediei cr ottered to
Thow rrrerrinB ft Mcdlcliw fr from A1
Mtc JiTiittur, til uu
Hoofland's German Bitters.
In enift of Cfrvoni dpprculoo. wlien iina
tlcohollo lUmalui U Eceeswy,
Hoofland's Gorman Tonlo
afcoutf tt tteO.
Tlit Dlttera or tilt Tenia art totli aqtallv
Kno,, and contain tlit a&ma madlotnal Tlrtara.
Tht atomacb, from Tarlttv of canaaa. anch aa
InJIinUon, Da tpala, Nervoua
UtUUtjr, tte, la jT Tart apt to ban
lu fanctloni dt (KJH nnaL Tht re
tail of ldrn la, ma tliaT lha palltnl
mffere front ifTtral or mora of tht following
CopstlBttlon. tfatulanc. Inward Pllta
Fulneaa of Blood to toe Head,
Aclditr of Um Stomach, Hatuaa,
llnrtbaxn, Dlaaruat for Food,
Pulntna or Welirht In tht
Stomach. Sour Eruc
tltlont. Hinting ox Flut
lerinir at tha Pit of tha
Stomach. Bwimmlnfcr of tho
Head, Hurried or DlHloult Breath
int. Fluttering at tha Heart, Choklnz
or BulTooatlnv kmatl:ne when In
a Lying Poeture, Dlmnota of
Vlelon, Dota orwaba beforo
tha Sight, DuU Pain- in
tho Head, OeflclxnoT
of Feraplratlon, Yellow
ncaa of the Skin and Kyet,
Cheat, . Llm Jrk ba, ate., ttud.
tlen Fluehea of
inn; in tno
Oreat Depreeaion of Spirits.
,1111 ttmedlea will effectual! tart Llm
.umpuurt. Jaundice, Djrapepale, Ohronla or
Ntrvoua Dtblilty, Chronlo rlanhaa, IllaeaM of
tin Ktdacya, and ell Dlatuea arMna from a
rtaordcrd Liver, titomach, or IuUaurjea.
RisFiriiro vaoai aar Ojiraa VBiriraa:
PH08THAT10N OP THE SYSTEM.
liovctD av Haraaa Labob, UiEoeair?,
Sxroioaa, Varita, aro.
Thtrt It to mtdlclct aslant tout u. then
itutdltaln aoch emApa. A ..i .... .
gartad to tht whole BjUem, the Appetite la
Strengthened, food yjjj. U enjoned, tht
etomachdliteta W?el KteraDttV.Uie
ttood la porUkd, JVal ua tompltzloji
tiecomea Bound and eaaaal htalUlj, the yal
Im glfeo to the chceaataod the weak and atrroot
lovallj bteomea a atroog and healthy being.
feraotu Advanced in Li,
And feeling lha hand of Uma welthtna heaTlre
opou theni, with all lit attendant uV erlB find In
Ultima of thle MTTl!IB,or lha TONJC, aa
ellilr that wlU Inatll new Ufa Into their feint,
reatort to a rmaauro tht tnergy and ardor of
port joulhful daj-e, tmlld up tlielr ahnlnien
forme, and giro health aod happluaaa te their
Il ia a wellaUUIthed fact that fully OLf ha'r
or the female por . Uon of our popu-
laUon are eeUum TJ" In tha enjoynwal
olgoal tnuthior, to uee lliirf owr
tipmelon.'-nttar liiil-TBal f well." Ter
are langu! 1, detold of all energy, ailnmely t,;
vie, and hate no appetite.
."2 i!.0' of Pwaona the nriTKUS, or II e.
roIO, U eepculally recqnuneuted.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Art made alrong lie tht ue of either of three,
oTJu. 1!1T vS" "t ler? ol MA
Thouianda of certuleatet hart accumulated 'i
the luutda of the proprietor, but apace will allow
of the publlcallon ol but a few. Thoee, It wilt
be olecrred,aia men of note and ol luch ataid
Log tlut tliey miul bt belle, rd.
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward,
CMJutlt4 on i.rrim, tVurl . J"o., wrltte.
mi.j.r.... k, l
.,1 e.j ,,,... '"" ."'S? '"I
tonic, na.ful In,
andof grt ben .laab (J&U ix , m ', ,,5
oimy, ana want of nervous action In tha arelem.
I oure truly,
"UCit. IV. WOOMVARli."
Hon. Jamoi Thompsoo,
Jmlf) o IU .tufrmi Cmrt 0 r.n.ijI.Hiul).
., ,, JflaWr.Ue, April SI.IVA
M con! Jet UoollAuda Uirmen llition,' a,
uJnnile eieiiicfiM In caao of alUrke of ln.utfie
tloo or UjepepJa. 1 cun Mrtllr tlila lioiu my
eipcileuee of ft -"
Youn, alth reepirt,
Trom Rev. Joseph II. KcsnanV,
P&ntja.t Tinlh rijOII Cliurth, riihJ'li'.LiJ.
Pr. ncVron-ncir Pir: I h,t been f'cifi cml-.
requeued to connect my nume Kill) rn oilmen
datlune of dlllercnt klula of meOkline, bul. re
gardlng ll.t prao II o. ,,u ut ,u,
appronrtatt .plicre, I lui. ,
all ca.ee declined l II & I but l V. a etv
proof In varloue Ut S9 h,uuii.r .,,,'ptr.
Urularlyln my own family, ol the saeMi.it aa of
Dr. Ilooflaod'a Herman Uiltcre, I dej an tir onet
frora rny uiual couree, toiii.rtM no full-Hit
Uon that, fur gtturixl iltl iify c ti li(f t, ana
414tltly Jtir llvtr CmnjUiut. it U ,11 uml
altiofci prumrauon. lu witan ,A.ir It may f,U :
but usually, I doubt not, It will be tir) I oiMkltl
to thoee who Buffer from llio atrfi-t i-a-jk.
t'ours, rtry rctntlnl'i,
J. II. kk.n.n'aiiii,
Eighth, biauie (Joatts h't
From Iter. E. D. Fend&ll,
JjliKant JUfiler CArnIiai, CKremcli, J'AileiU
I hart derlted dcd.led berm from the uee ol!
iioonand a Herman iiiikre, end feel It niy onvt
lege to receiuiaclel them aa a moat taliubla lonk
to all whoaieauir.rlng from genoml dkblllli o,
groin dlMWee arl.lng from derangement of thai
llrtr. a oure truly,
E. 1. rKNJlALU
Hoofland'e Oermao ntmtUta are toenttrfMV.
tAS."JA!f! "' filta-liiT algneturtofO.II.
JAOKelONlaon 1 '"eiatA the wranner nf
each botll.. All j .J lliT'L.
Principal Offlea and Uanufactory tUtLt Ote,
ad"pUla7 t'u",iii04'31 AKOirdtreet, I'ldl
0HA11IJ!3 JL EVAJTS.
Uerman XlrugglaL lrour,ew3r,
. i. v. n r'm"r O. K. J.oiloa Co .
For tale ty all Drugglsta end llealeialnaltdl..
IlooBaad'e Oeraan Blttera, per nottl
"utu04 ' 0wm Tuale, put uptoijuArt
tr botUt, or t hall down for!!
tT Do not forget tj tiArolne well the anlllt
tot buy, U erdar to g.l Ut gunjnt.
FIIESH AnuiVAt, OF
FALL AND WINTER 0001VI.
Tlio eubtcrlber haa Jntt retarned from the i lllwt
with auothor lnrxu ithd tele ct aaortmenl nl
BrUINO AND fitlMMKll 0001W.
purchased In Now York nnd Philadelphia itl the
lowtHt flguro, atid which ho la determined tit unit
on as tnodernto terms ns can be procured t-lae.
where In nioonulmrg. Ills Block comprlaes
LAUIDS' DIIEHS HOODS
of the choicest alylea nnd latest fashions, together
with a large assortment of Pry Goods and Gro
ceries, conslsllns of the following articles!
noots nnd Bhoes,
Hats nnd Caps,
AND NOTIONS GEN KALLY.
In short. CTeo'tltlng usually kept in country
stores, to which ne Invites the attention of the
public generally, Tlio highest prlco will be paid
for country produce In ezchango for goods.
H. II, MII.LKIl 4H0.V,
Arcmle Buildings, nioomsburg, Fa,
rillEAT REDUCTION IN PIUCE8
AT l'llTER KNT'H htohe,
in light bTnr.i:T,
srnixa and sumsieii goods.
T1IK subscriber hns Just received and has on
hand at his old stand In Light Street, a largo and
ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE
purchased nt the lowest figure, nnd which he
determined to sell on ns moderate terms as
Im procured eLsewhero In Light Street,
mil cash oil couxTJir ntoDvch.
Ills stock consists of
liADIES' DRESS GOODS,
' choicest styles and latest fashions.
Kilfes, Shaw Is,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Cottonudt-N, Kentucky Jeans.
AC, AO 4C
tiueeusware, Ccdnrware, Hardware, Medicines,
Drugs, Oils, Ilihite, Ac,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS A CAPS.
In short everything usually kept In n country
store. The patronage of his old friend and tho
public generally, Is respectfully solleltcd.
Tho highest market prlco paid for country pp
ilucc. rCTKIl KNT.
Light Stretl, Nov. 8 lSo7.
J J. B R O W E R,
is now onering to tlio public his Stock or
consUtlng In part of a full lino of
INGRAIN, WOOL AND RAG
Fine clotlis tuid catsimerc for Ladles' outs,
HANDSOME DllEhS GOODS,
of all patterns nnd qualities, Inlalds and I'rlnU
of various e,ualltles and prices,
BLEACHED A'D BROWN MUSLINS,
LA DIE'S FRENCH CORSETS,
Good assortment of
ladies' cniLDitsysoAiTiutas. BOOTH.
Fresh Groceries nnd Spleen. New assortment
GLASS AND QUEENS-WARE,
FX NO. 1 MACKEREL
lu one-half nnd enfoiuth bantU,
Now Lb tho time to make your atlecUont, &a X
rio offering goods At Tery low prices, and crnr
motto la fair dealing to all, nnd not to be under
sold by any. J. J. unoWER.
moo run burg, April 13, 1867.
EW YORK 1'IANO FORTE
GRAND AND SQUARE
No. S40 and 312 Second Avenue.
(coknek or SOth btbilt,)
Send fordesfrlptlvo Cntaloguo nnd 1'rlee List.
April 2I,'0S im.
liOKiaon's Crown Crinolines
Aro Charming for Lightness.
'homson's Crown Crinolines
Aro Superior for Elasticity,
homson's Crown Crinolines
Are unequalled for Durability,
Tbomsou's Crown Crinolines
In n word, aro the best In tho world, and
moro widely known than any other.
At wholesale by
THOMSON, LANGDON 40o.,
April JI.'M-Srii. 301 llroadway New York.
al.4KTM.AN, C, If, DILLINURR, E. It. KATAtAN
RTMAN, DILL1NGER A Cf).,
KO. 2M JiOltTH THinO BTIIETT,
(.Vearj oppottte Jamei, Kent. Sunttt ti fb.)
Wholesale Dealers In
YARNS, 11ATTINO, WADDING, CARPETS
OIL CLOTHS, HUADra, rLT AETV,
GRAIN HAGS, CORDAGE, AC. AI-SO,
WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE,
riKlSIfU, TKUNKS, LOOClrTO ULABSEA, ETC'.
May 10, IW-ly,
JOWE, KUSTON & CO.,
Manufacture -t and Wholesale Dealer . li
COTTON YARNS, CARPET CHAIN,
HA1T8, WICKS, TIE YARNS, C01UI 1.K
DKOOMS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARh
LOOK'U. BLAfcSES, CLOCKS, FANCY IIASKLTh
TABLE, FLOOR, AND CARRIAGE
OIL CLOTHS, de.,
No. UO Market Street, aouth aide,
T) 0 0 fin a. t.
HOOKJNU costlns much lew, -ni more durable
UOOFINOthatcau'be applied by any ardlimo
A?(riA-iinn " "
nOOFJKO that wilt not t?ipnd or contract by
KOOFINO that U adapted to utif per flt roofn.
Hend foraumpleuudclicu.ar. ItKADV l.OOT
INCi CO., 81 Maiden Laue, New York,
GALK8 COPVEIt BTIilP FEKD
fur hand or hone-poirtr, acknowledged the ltst-ri-t.
etuleit. and In every wiy ben la me. For
fcale by J. it. DECATUR A CO., Deal en la Ag
ricultural Inipltwitiiu, tic., fteud lor Jlluttrattd
Circular, May, lVW-8m.
JOHN 0. YEAQEB A CO.,
Wnolueale Dealers Id
HATW, CAV8, HTRAW OOODfl, AND
No. 357 North Tlilrd Htrett,
CJTUAIi LIFE INSURANCE 00.,
OF NEW YOU.
Uktm JLfcttj Feb. 1. im M L,319,319 63
I ftootoefor )ri47 M ,tho.im ijO
LtvUeutl paid loUcy holders iu M7, SWTllia tm
.art Uutaal Company la tb woild.
Illortiou of lUt.
v. FJIEEZE, At,
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL'
On and after Mny IDtli 1S(W, Trains will
leave NonTlll-MlisnLANn ns tullows t
IS A. M., Daily to WllllamsKirt.(exeeil snivtnyj
forKliulra, CanutidsUnn, Rochester, Uuir.uo,
HuiHtnslt4ii llrtdi;e, ami N. I alls.
iWi r. m., Daily, (exceiit Hinulnys) for Klnnra nnu
lluilalo via l.rle Itatlviny from Clnilr:,,
'1.18 P.M., Dally, ll-xcel,tHundiiH for Willl..ms-
pi"'' trains Miurnw.Atin.
11.18 A. Mi Dully (cscept Monday's) for llalllmore,
WIIiMINOTON AND I'lIlLADHI.I'illA.
II. VI A. Ai Dail.v(exrpl."undnv's)f,)r llalllmorp,
t iishlngtou aud Philadelphia.
I:i). H. YOfNO,
General ras-engor AkciiI.
LACKAWANNA AND 11L00MS
on and after May lllli, ISO1, l'asscngcr Trains
will run ns follows I
Going South. Going Nurtn.
Lcavu Iave Atrlvo Atrlto
n ni. p. in. a. m, p. m,
Scrsuton CM 3.30 11, lu IM?
rutston uon 4o? iwb 9.1"
Kingston o.:s 1. 1.', 10.W 8.10
I'lyniouth 6.12 4M T.il .2'
ihickshlnuy 7.2J ti.ul 7.18
llerwick 7..V O.I., S.R) 0.5s
llloom KM BM 7,19 0.10
Itupert M0 7.01 7.30 O.til
Danville I'.H 7.1i 7.0J 5,'H
Arrive Arrive Leavo Leave
North'd ll.tt : (l.i) l.li
The 11,10 Train at Hcranlon makes eonneeilons
Willi Kxpress Train for New York nt 3 o'clock
p. in,, arriving In New York D.Oo p. in.
II, A, l-ONDA.Snp'l.
JL 1 A I JjHU A I).
WiNTEIl TIME TATlLi:.
TlinOCOlI AND DIRECT ItOCTE llETW'nE.V J I1II.A-
PKI.rillA, BALTIMOItE, HAltltlHll flin, WII.
LlAMiroHT, ANI TUB
a it hat oil ni:aioN of pennsyia'ama.
ELEGANT SLEKriNft OAltti
On nil Night Tuilus.
On ami utter Moniiat, May 11th 1MW. tho
Traiim on the 1'hlladclphia d l.rle lttiil Itoud will
ruu oi ioiiuwb;
MAILTItAI.lcacs l'hllndclphlii , ,.ll.l"ip.M.
" " " Ni)rtliuiubeiiand...H.lin.m
' " arr.t Erie N..7'i.m.
" nrr. nt 1r1
KLMIRA MAIL letucN HilhxMphiu
t.i p. in
4(nii ii ,
" " nrr. nt Luck Hum u
MAIL TRAIN lonvrs llrlp
North'il Uii) H.1I1
" " nrr. nt VJitlmJcli'lilJi 7.h n. in,
HltlK i:XPltnS lenvts Uric... .T.l't p.m.
" " " NorUt ii.iH.ni.
" arr.ntl'hllnilrtphm 1.00 p.m.
KLMIKA MAIL leaves aU lfuiu .7.!0n.m.
" ' arr. nt rhlliutclphln 0.10 p.m.
Mull iiut Exprcfts connect with nil trains on
WAHltENA FIIANKUN ltAILWAY. llimM-n-
Kcrs leaving rhllndclphla al IZ.W M, nrrlto nt Ir
vine ton nt i-.Wu.in. nnd OH fitv nt n.tn.
Lcuvlnir rhlhulelphlantb.W) r. eM.nrrUt' Oil at
vny ui i. to p. in.
All trnln on W'nrrcn A rmiililln nullum
tn.iko cliw connccttnn iit Oil city with tniliin fr
I riinkiinniutlMrolcuui Centre. inkf.itjtcliiMui(
A. L. TYLT.lt,
ndcn . Vlllluiu"pirt.
HUMMHlt AnitANGKMPNT, M.-v anth ImJ..
Oreat Trnnlc I.lno fnm ihcNcit'i nnd orlh
West for 1'htliLilclphla.New oik, lt ita.', I'oiis
vtll,Tiimi,iiiia, ArJihitiJ, IHini.ni, AlM-nt.).wi,
KnMon, Lphratn,.LHl2, Luncu'tiT, C ..uiuI1ji,ac.,
'1 ruins U-iivG IfarrifinirK fur Now urli, .ih -iii-Iowa:
At 2,y 6,-jnnd ,lu u. in., I.'.lii noon nnd
'2.uo & 0,Hop.m.,conntcUiiK with Miuilni imlimoti
ino r. itaiiTO'vi, iinu nrnving m .mv inru m
6.W), W,W A 11.W n.m., A- jU 7,1(1 : l'VI'lp.ltl.
Hlecptng curs ncconipnuyhiK the n.m. ami
PAI p in. trains wilhuut chniiko.
Luttve Hatribburglor lluutliiK, I'ottsvilU. Ta
Wrtqua, Mli.cihVllJt', AshlaMil, I'lnu (.ru , Allen
town nnd 1'hilndelpliln ut K.ld n.in., mid nud
1,10 p.m., shipping nt ,.hin'i nnd prMiclpnl witv
fin t tuns; the 4,lup.m. m.iklnt; I'onm'fthHiH it,r
I'lillade'pUla nd luinhlnimlv. l'"V l.t llio
Schuylkill llnven nnd Auhuin, . M-I.iiylkill
nndbU'jquehKnnu Itallin-id, h ' o Him "MnirK t
3ri p.m. licturnlng! Leave New Ymk nt
a.m. nnd li-VWin ,nnd S.oound p.m. .Stfi
citrHaecuiiipHiiyliij iJic I ui. .uui.i.n un K
P. m., trulnx ulrh'Hil ihnngt. Yu 1 1. vt.$
Iruin Ic'iivcs t hlludelphlnui 7.titn.m , ii'turnint;
from Itt-adingut o.tiip.m htopplm; nt nil -tatl n;
i'otuvlllo athM.'n. in., ml if.i j p.it... AshiMid ii,n,i
u.miindl.lDiHHin.niiil ,00 p.m., Tiuiuquu ut
8,:i0 a. m.and l.mfitnd t,i' v, u.
Lavo Voitrtvlllo lor lluii'K.junr, via schuvlklll
and Hubquclmtiim, Hallroad nt 7,10 n.m, and LVa)
Heading Aorommoilatlon Tmln Irnvcs Ucndhm
nt 7,:W a.m., returning rrom rhiladclphU ut .Vj
i"ottftnwn Accommodation Traln:lracsrotts
town at (1,43 a.m.,, returning, leaven l'hll.iddphln
At 4,.0 p.m.
Columbia Railroad Trains: Icno IlcadliiB nt
7,00 a.m., and (M5 p.m. for Euhrutn, Lltlz. lmc-as
or, Columbia, A.c,
1'erklomen llail ItoadTralnnKnvo Vcrklomen
Junction nt 9,00 a.m., und 0.55 j. m. Heturnlng:
Leavo Hklnpnck iu 0.45 a.m,, and 1,11 p.m., ton
tieetliiK with fclmJiar trnltiH on lt-ndlnu JUlIroad
On Huudiu's. Jonvo Kfiw Yoilr ut mini ii.ni.. I'hll.
adejphlas.od n.m. nndf.J5p.jn., then uuii.iu, ir.itn
runnlUK onWfto Itondlng; l't)ttKllln b.ou a.m.;
Heading at 1.10 nnd li.&'i and 7,1ft n.m. for Harris- 1
bur, and 7,00 am,, nnd 11,10 p.m. lor New York,
and i;X p.m. fur l'iilladelphla.
Commutation. Mllenuc. HinKon. Hehool nnd Hx
cur&ion tickets to and Irom all point-, nt reduced ;
UaiiBKC cheek cd through ; 100 pound allowed to
Heading, Ta., May iiO, ls.
rjiIIE HE.ST IS THE CHEAPEST
'JHESINOm MAVJNO MAtTllNi:
IIKAP3 1UC I.11T,
And lends the column 4,01'S nliead of nil otUei.
'Jhli JVDchluels tho
MOST rOPL'LAU IN UaK.
It uses tho flncbt needle of any Machine lu ex
istence, Any liuly wanting a good
HE W INO Jl AC II I N 12,
M'lll eonsult her own InteiiM ly hmliiK n
IMN(1KK. It tnslcr lo um. It tun ui.d kiip In
ordir than any Miuhlne In ilu umlii,
ovi:n oftiilm in usi:,
Tho fullest InRtruetton Riven thno who pur
chaise, and tho Machine will m; w.u'tArKn to
on for one ear,
I'leuse mil nt tnv Htori' luul mttl yonui 1 e.
Hero you will find Need It-, 'lhund nnd Milk,
DAVJD LOW1.NH Aftent
April 3,-tI. Ulnm.fbtir. I .i.
M 11 I A nous E,
II n It N A 11 D B T O II N U It .
Havi( lately pnrehtiRed and ntted up tho
well-known Hnblson Hotel Property, located n
TEW IXHiIW AliOVE THE lOUItT UOl'SK,
onthommo Bldo nf tho fitreet. In thu town of
l)I(-omhbnrgi and havtug ohtulucdn llctu-o for
(he name h ii
It E S T A U U A NT,
the I'ronrletor luis determined togUo in iho co
pi vUltlnn the town on htihlneHH or pkuhurc,
A LITTLK MOMK ItOOM.
itln HtabllnK u1m U extensi(.t and u fitted up
ut put hungleHtind earrhiKCM iu the dry. He nrom
iettthut over t liliu uUmt hit eHtahlUhmt-nt idinll
be conducted In tin orderl and 'uwiul nniiiiif r;
Hud ho respectfully solicit u thurf or tint puhllo
1 vtrooage, Imyl7'j7-fim.
J P. 1JEAIU),
with (1 LIPriNCOTT, BOND A CO.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
HATfl, CJJU rUIW, AND BTKAW GOODH,
gNYDEU, HAUHIS IJABSETr,
Manufnctureri and Jobbcru of
MEN'S AND JIOY'H CLOTUINO,
Noa. 535 Market, and 2 Commerce Jtre-t,
Q W. IILAHON i CO.,
OILCIiOTIIH AND WINDOW P1IABW,
Waj-ehonse, No. in NortU TlilrU Blroel
J II. WAIiTEK,
Ijile Waller d Kauli,
Importer and Dealer lu
CHINA, OLAW), AND QUJCCNSWAIIE,
No. m North Tlilrd Btreet,
between Race aod.Vlne
t'.U.U0KNE. Vi Si KIHdi ' J, a, samaitT
JOHN STROUP 4 CO.,
Bncctesora to BUronp A Ilrollier,
WU0LE8ALB DllMJUW IN TIBII,
No. M North Wliarvea, and a North Water St.,
1 O X 1M0 0 T I O N E II Y .
rh im h .Ricrtinil uu.. rr?w etfullr announce
10 ilip putIU Ihiil hi his upt-util ii
I'lasT-CLASM (.'ONI'KCTIONHIiy STOKE,
In Uu'lnilldlnii lately wcnplnt by llernanl 8toh
tier, u-lio v hi'ls prt parril In luriil.li all kinds or
PLAIN A RANl'V CANIIIIH,
Nll, ilAl.sl.N-, Al'.,4C, AC.
nr w i n i. ts, i. c on iikiail.
tn short, ii lull iissiirtuu nt nf nil aofKls In
his Hue of IpuhIiuss, A urtut ui.dly ol
UU Is Lk, TUVH, Ac,
Miltnhlr for llm Holl'liij s. l'urtlcnlar attention
Bin: A I) AND C.UtlJS,
of all kinds, frrsh eery day,
0 11 U I H T M A H CANDIES,
A call Is solicited, nnd satisfaction will be
Nov. a, 1807. IXKHAItT JACOflS.
J E M O V A L OP
C. C. M All Il'S
NEW S T O 11 E
TO UltlVK'S 11 LOCK,
ONTllRCORXEn OP MARKET AND IKON ST a SETS,
The undersigned Imvlng received from the elty
a full And complclo supply of
BI'UINO AND BUMMER
DHY GOODS AXD OHOCERIE8,
TIN-WAllE AND IIAKD-WAIIE,
CEDAll AXD W1LI.OW-WAKK,
TO 11 A 0 CO,
11 A T S A aV J) S II O H S,
FI.OUII, HALT, 1'IMH, AND MEAT,
all of which I propose hclll'int a ery low figure
for cash or produce,
S- IVill ninl see.
April lli, 1C07. (.'. C. MAUR.
V.T (IRANI) OI'UNINO
rAI.Ts AND WINTI'.Il (ioOI)H.
I'AIili AND M'INTKR OOOUS
TAI.I, AND WINTKII (100IW
I'AI.I. AND WINTK1I OOODS
I'AI.I, AND WINTKU COODH;
ttati wr riiN,
II TM AND I'AI-S,
It NTS AND r,.-i,
HATS AS-l O.UW,
HATS A NO CAPS,
Iinnm A Nil Hirnjru
ROill'H AND Mlorn
HOllTH AND HllllIX
li'iOT AND sIKiKS
IIOOTH AND rJ110l:s,
RKADV V 'l,nnilN(l
IIKADY- .ii'" I IIINd,
RK.ln-! Mill CI.OI I1INO,
U H A U Y-.M A DM CI .1 1 III I "i I J
I.'" 'KINli-UI. ll',s
Nil TP )Ns,
I'AINTS AND OILS,
FAINTS AND OILS,
FAINTS AND OILS
FA1.M-S AND OILS
FAINTS AND OILS,
OIUIN AND BKHDfS,
ORA1N AND HKKDS,
(1RAIN AND HKKDS,
DRAIN AND hKKUS,
UltAIN AND HLHDS,
.tr., ie. .,
McKEI.VY, NKAL CO.'S,
McKKI.VY, NKAL 4 CO.'H,
MlKKI.VY, NKAL A CO.'H.
McKKI.VY, NKAL & CO.'H.
MlKKI.VY, NKAL 4 CO.'H.
Norlhwi'sl uirncr of Mum ulid Murket Btreets,
Nortliwi'sti-oiiH'rof Mutuant! Market Htreets,
Northwi'slLorucrof Mum and Murket streets,
NorthMCNti-ornerof Main and Market Btreets,
Neithwi'.t co rucr ol Main und Market Btreets,
IKON AND NAIIJi,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS
IRON AND NA1IA
IRON AND NAII-S,
In lsui iiUHlitll'ri. slid at reduced rates, alway
VCUi;i.l., UKIKIKU A CO.,
UCNIJRAJ. tOMMIlWION MKRCIIANTH
I'J-SII, HALT. CIUXSK, FUOVIBIONS, AO.,
Nos. Iuud 12i Nurili Wlinrr,ahovoArcbHt,
Bole ugonls fur Wilcox's Wheel Ores.-., in bar
if N, keos. ntid ' nns.
y.viNwiui..:. i ;u,,
W IIO I. KB A I.n HROriEKH,
N. II. ConiT Bctond and Arrh Htreels,
TEA4. HYl(rri COFI'Ki:, KHUAR, MOLARHI7 ,
lurr:, sruti, ui cam, npA, c c.
vs. Orders will receive prompt altentlnn.
with LIFPINCOTT TROTTKR,
No. 51 North Water htrect,
and No, 'J North Delaware Avenue
yyiUVEll & BI'UANKIsE,
WIIOLKHALE ailOCERIES ANDCOMU1RHION
Nos. !i3 and SW Arch Ktreet
Y M. SUVHI'IaE,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, ULOVKS, AND
No, 11 North Third Street,
T ATKI.Y OPENED,
""The linilrrtlgnid would irspeclfully Inform the
i iii.i ii.ui iiiiiiiiiii iii. miii H-II1II7, luat lie naa
Just oik in d ii hiipouTionHirni, between Main
and Th lid, silurr l.e is 111 lollow the rablnet ma
king buslni .s In oil lis hiumhes, Ordcrafor
METALLIC OR OTHER COFFINS
filled with piempliKss nnd de.pateh. Repairs
cheaply nioiif in nil kluda of lurullure, luclud.
Ing the liplnltlniMil iiine.botlonu J chairs. Fat
tenia lor en. tint!. Hindi, neatly and exiiedlttous
ly, und older, ui. .ulH'Hid cither lu nelson or by
mall, Flcluto liunies mudo lo order at short no
tice. ROIIKRT 110AN.
jyf EHCUANT'H HOTEL,
H .10ET1I TOVaTR STRUT,
J. W. a. M'itlBBIN, rrrletor..
May is, lserr-iy.
HARDWARE &. CUTLERY.
QHAllLES W. 8NYDEH,
II A It D W A 11 E,
1IION, NAII.M, BTKEI., C, t' AO.
MAIN STREUT, HIiOOMHIlUIKI, 1'ENN'A.
Take this method of liifornilng the cllUclisof Co
lumbia couty, Ihnt he has opened an extensive
tlnnlwnrBstnreon Mnlu street, In Ulooinsburf;,
it I run slreit.nnd thai ho has on handh
UMIIIKU MIOOK AND llETThll ABiDUTED
than um be found any where elsuln the county,
ami tthlch he Intends to sell nt prices which d.fy
1)11 AINS, AXES, STEEL, IRON.
I have chains, all sires, axes, all make and
freight, steel, all sites, Iron, all shapes, and all
of every descriptions. Nails, axle pulleys, sash
cords, latches, looks and knolis, bott screws, sash
fasts, window springs, base knobs, strap hinges,
hasps and staples, hooks and staples, and tn fuel
everything needed In that line.
COACH 4 WAOON MAKERS' HARDWARE,
embracing almost every thing In that line. Also
HARNESS MAKERS' HARDWARE,
Buckles, Japanned 1 buckles, silver plated! bills
of every kind, IlAsm, Iron; pad trees I Hames,
wood 1 saddle trrea, gtg trees, itlrth web, worsted
and cotton I thread, silk, uwls nnd needles, tools
of all kinds.
A full assortment for carpenters. I have planes
-.all kinds, saws; hand, panne!, rip, and compass.
squares steel, Iron, and try t boring machines,
enisles, augers, bevels, mallets, brnces, ganges,
plows, rules, bits, and about everything for car
FOR THE FEOPLE OENKRAM.T'
I have coal
coal sifters, lant
cutlery, plated spoons,
plated forks, servers, tea and cof
fee pots.butter linlves,mlll saws,
cross cut saws, clrrulAr saws, gatigsaws,
files, horse shncs.wrcnclics, rlvets.ham'
mers, hatchets, mattocks, picks, forks, grub
bing hoes, shovels, spades, sailing forks, hoes,
rakes, bed pins, twine, skates, plows, cofTln trim
mlngs, Lmery, red challc, while chalk, wire,
horso nails, meat cutters, scales, wash boards,
horse bnckots, wooden palls, clothes
pins, glue, door mats, porch mats, par
lor mats, corn poppers, paint
brushes, horse brushes, sleigh
bells, heel calks, enamel
od kettles, biass kettles,
Pledges, curtain fixtures,
Thimble skeins and boxes,
I'unips, lead pipe, etc.
Tarred rope nnd hundreds of articles nut ,enu
meratcd constantly nil hand nt
Main ritrcct, Rloomsburg.
Q.EOIK1E II. KOHEItTS,
Importer snd Dealer lu
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, OUNH, Ac.,
No. 311 Norlh Third Btreet, above Vine,
Jacou K. Hmith. J. It. iki.txxi:
g M I T II et S E L T 'A E II,
Importer, and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
HARD W A B E,
a U N S, CUTLERY, AC,
0. (OS K, THIRD BTREET, AD.CAI.l.OWUII.L,
IRON, TINWARE, &C.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pa.
Tin subscriber, proprietor of the above -i atned
extensive cstabllsbmont, Is now prepared to re
celve orders for all kinds of
MACHINERY FOR COLLIERIES, DLAKT
FURNACES, STATION RY ENGINES,
MILLS, THREHHINa MACHINES, Ao
He is also prepared to make Stoves of all slses
and patterns, Flow-Irons, und everything usually
mane in nrst-ciass Foundries.
Ills extensive facilities and prasllcM wnrkliien
warrant him In receiving the largest coulracts ou
the most reasonable terms.
Grain of all kinds will be taken In exchango for
This establishment Is located near the Lacke
wanna and Illoomsburg Railroad Depot.
TOVES AND TINWAIIE.
A. SI. RUPERT
announces to his friends and custonieis that
continues the above business at his old place on
MAIN BTREET. BLOOMB11URU.
Customers enn be accomodated with
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, and esery va
riety of nrtlcle found In a Klove and Tluwnro Es
tablishment in tho cities, und on tho most reason
able terms, Repalrlngdououttheshortrstnollce,
SB DOZEN MILK-PANS
on haud for salo.
EW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
OS MAIN RTIIIKT, NEART.Y OPPOSITE M1I.I.KK'
TlIK undersigned has Just fitted up nnd opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
In this plnee, where lie Is pre.nred to make uii
newTiN WAiiKofoll klmU In liU line, and do
repairing with neiunesM und dlMi-dleh, nnmi the
niont reofcoimble itrniK. lie nUu Wcjifi un hnnd
HTOVK9 OK VAU10U8 rA'ITKHNS A HI
which lie will nell noon terniR tn milt mirehatiert..
Ulvc him a cull, lit- H n ;n'd niethunlc, and
deserving of the public patiotmue.
HlooniMlnitr. April f", 1W7.
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
'Jh'ie onLy i'IaACe" "
to gel the best
TOBACCO AND CIGA1W,
AT WH0L1WALE AND RETAIU
a few doors belo-e I lie American House,
He has the rsrgrst and most select of
SM0KINO AND CHEWING TOBACCO
uver nrfered to Ih cltlreus of Iilooia.burg. All
the isncy brands of
aud Ihi, best Flne-cut and Plug
can be had at his counters,
In great variety are among his large stock,
DON'T FORGET TO CALL.
II. II. HUNHIIEROER.
WHOLESALE TOBACCO, SNUFF, AND
No. 114 North Third Street,
between Cherry and Race, wttt tide,
Q h. WOODHUFE,
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, PIPES, Ac, Ac,
Ne, II North Third Street, above Market,
The undersigned would respectfully announce to
thecltltena of Illtomsbnrg and the public gene
rally lha ht la running an
between this place ad tbedlflerent railroad de
pots dally (Suudaya excepted), to connect with tho
several trains going South aud West on the Cata.
wlssa and WllJlarnsaort Railroad, and with those
going North and South on the Lackawanna and
HlsOinulbusscsare In good condition commo
dious and comrortable, aud charges reasonable,
Tertoni wishing to meet or sen their friends de
P art,ean be accomodated upon reasonable charge
by leaving timely notice at any of the hotels.
iAOOH I. GIRTON, Proprietor.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
A VH YOU It MONEY!
U It 11 A T I N I) U 0 E M E N T si
0 R KAT K RIND UOKM E N T HI
O II E A T I! 8 T INDUCEMENTS
the old Ditua btoiii:
L. N. MOYEIl,
Wtiere can bo found Iho hAiuiiT and uest as-
sortmbst ever otTcrud to the cllliens of this
lire stuffs, Mixed Faints,
nil of these nie of the best known make und are
warrnute-d as pure and uiiudullcratcd. Tho iluesi
and largest stock of
to bo found In this or mljolnlng count les
Fanry Soaps, llrtlslies.
HalrOlls, Tidlel Artleh",
Stationery, Pocket Hooka
T O 11 A C C 0 E S .
Smoking nnd chowlus,
Cigars of nil descriptions,
Pipes, cigar Holders,
Lamps, assorted sizes mid st les.
Lamps, Chimnkvs,. shapes, Ilun.Nkns,
Bponges, . Cliuinols Hklns,
Calht tcrs, Hpeciilunis,
Syringes, Iln asl Pumps,
Trusses of all npprowit paitcrns Ac., ilc.
L I (J U o R s .
A lino nssniitneul of uru lhiuurs for medical
purisises constantly on luud und thu Oct
known kinds of
Paiknt Mnnit'iMis of ee-ry de-scrlpllon, In
eluding the hest viirlelles of pills and tonics.
l'UVSItiAN'S I'lllJirilll-rioNHe'AllKl t'LI.Y prk
I'AUKll. No such stock hns et-r hieu presented to the
people eif this section eif cnunlry,
The' prle'csitro as small us the stock Is large.
Thu lCWcsue t'i icej uro olore r.evorablo to the
purchaser tli.iu e-vei, us sri'iitigi-inelits have be'en
t'llVeled with Ihi'nli'ili'sale dealers In Iho larger
.Hits, so that uiiiiils enn be pieeureul In llloouis
burgasclieiiplyns In New York ol riillnilelplilu.
e-i'ountry tlealers are earncslly Itntted to
study their own Interests, by examining this
lli'mcmlier Iho place KxcilA.N'lE IluicK-uliove
Kxe-ktuiitu lli'U-1, M.illl slrett, H'e isliurg.
Jim. :!l, ism n a
tho Curo Hint Ui
iVmiuxhi that IllJiff md.
f'.i-ii- V .r. I n is A
2X jS W'liu now Im rnven locks, tliey my
' IP' i vii th i. uro that iny
U In tlio AMiinoslv that Itiuymaile.
r(3"& n,,trr'u' 'lC nian onrP
Uho now ha rnen lacks, Ihejr aj.
' He Mfd the A.miu:osi tlint I.Iuf
4ft?r riitHMIif Prtrt'oii.wlio.tvtlitfwny
fif'J? x,nrrl,,d tlM' liaii'Jvujnt.' ftul
tr$Fyi '',, t01' ''nan oim1 tiflld ftml i;rny,
rlA 1. tr- Hut who uor hai r-mn lock, tlirr
(5?3?CT?r4".9. Itoeaaw In- und Iho (W tLit y
''JWiJ' loth iwni.iu llmt Itiiiy m vie.
Tin-1 i. iMl th:.t rhiri rwny
VK'SlrCi'1'" ,ii,ul lvct u rr"''
E. n T"i3MS ACL, Pfic?r:iTcs3( PtTEnsofio1, N.H.
Anroit 8 a i.n nv
lu N. MOYKU nnd K. I. I.1JTZ, ItiugRlKtu,
DIortniKhnrd, and M, M. llUOliST, Is-h.
Jninuuy Wl, I win-.).
J 11. MOYKU,
wjioldsam: a hktail
(uKHllIl OF MAIN AND MAHKET BTEttEl,
whero will to found a large and helect stook ol
MEDICINES AND CI1E3IICALS.
Alio all tho
r.VTCNT MCUICINKB Of TIIC DA1T,
I am al-so piepared to furnish Country Stores with
Castor Oil, Owdfiey'H t'otdlal,
and all other medkluei kept In their Hue. at City
t Prescription carefully compounded at all
In iiiedlclncH, quality Uof the flrsl lmiortance.
Illtdiuihljurg, .Iune7, M7
THE AMEIUOAN "llAY "KNIKE
X AND I'DIIIC Wo Iho undfrttlKned eltUens
nl Columhlu ( 'utility wl hiemed Iho tihtl nf hay
furlCH on tho inrm nf Mr, 1'urRfl, In lliinlucli
Tuwnshlp, uu .Monday, May 7, ISCif, between tho
, 1 1 tcr Jfii it liny Knlleund l ink iimmifaetnred hy
hhll'I'U. W'M.IA HllllINKII V nl Uwi
t"iu;, Ta., and IU liiiiiiUI's I'ati-nt liny Hook.
Tho Auu'ilniti I'oiL lilted iiion liny In ono
drmmht tlmn lh ''uiidi'l In thieo. Wo uru natlo
tied It will lukt iu iiiiK h liny into tho mow us two
uood borM'N inn draw, UoaUosaw It rutting
liny, and 1 1 it it 1c II cannot bo bent as a hay Unlit,
and ehecrfully teem n mend It aj tho best hay fotU
and Uiiiln m- haM ovcrtveu,
('. Ill f I KNItl'.NlJKH, JUL T, C. lUltUIO'lf
W, It. KtHjN'4, .lOHN J)OAK,
.loiiN IiFirnirK, lUNiEb Nover,
II, DiUI.KMII.r.KIl, HYIaVEMTEH I'UiUKt.
.MiciiAi.i. UflIaKic, John Woi.p.
Tliey also nninufaefuro tho relehrnted Ittiekrv,
Heiipi-r und Mower, and other HRrlcultnrul Inipie
j n Hu Tt a x c7 e . a i: .nTT'T
Norlh America Usi,003
.i:tnn Live Block 601,000
Insurance Company of Htato Peun'a OJO.OOO
Connecticut Mutual Life 10,000,ai
Norlh Auierlcun Truuslt SOO.OOU
KItKAH I1HOWN, Aotnt,
marKQ7-ly, ULooMsnijua, rA.
ltMMlUSTKH it 11HOTIIKU,
Importers aud Jobbers of
HIIIItTti AND DUAWUItS,
HOOP HICIKIH, IIANIiKUItUIIIEFH,
THItKAIW, HIIWINO HII.KH,
TKIMSUNUH, POIITIi MONNAIEM,
fOAPH, PlIlll'UJIKItY, I'ANUY OOODH, AND
Also Manufacturers of
IlltUMIUlVVND I.OOKINO OUWIJ1,
and Dealeis In
WOOD AND WILLOW WAItH.
llltOOMM, ItOPIil, TWINES, 4(
No. 3f3 North Thlrel nil eet, above Vine,
H.I.KU & HOST,
Hucceasors to Kiankllu P.Hellier 4 Co,,
Importers aud Wholesale Deulers In
LIQUOItS, WINI, 4c,
Nos. 110 and IU North Thlrel Blreet,
TUBT IIKCCIVED TIlO llllllIICBt HOOP
Mar,li,'lt-M' L. T.III AnrLMM'
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