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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
I'lr-ei-vlna; 41 ttru Com brWInliri
Till; cnnntiiK of corn In fumllltM t
miMcrnlly fnlW tliiit c enniiot rccntu i
mend tlio trtnl. Thu noxt lwt tliliit? to
rnntK.il corn U Hint which U iroierlj
tlrl'il. Tlic flrnt I'.'iontlnl Is good com.
mut tlitMiuHNtoitry It ciirofuHy lipfor.- ;
It futdtoo old. Mr. 51. li. tinge, o
Hois Co., Ohio, eonimuiilrntcs thu ii).
lowing fcnflhlo Ulcfli alxiut nroimrln,
it: "U Iju wondpr that m fuw xlioulu
Imvc nny thine hilt field com for tabl
n-" j und for drying (hero U aitlll (jrcai
(r con trout between thoeoininon Ik'd
mill the jr.irdl'n vurlctlc. I Imvcuu'
n-iil for yenrs to ilryliit? corn, lloll tti
jfrit'tt eara u lilliititi or two, Jn.t 1
builen the mill;, then cut from thoim
uud apretut on u cloth In tliotum for t
iluys, tkln It hi nl night j It will tin
Keep nny where. When cooked, It '
tvtter to ."onk It n few hour", mid boil i:
tho ennui water. In cold wnitlier u I
Hint l.t wanted for a week or two niuj
be wet. It cook!) iuli'ker nnd tit-u
bitter. A little milk mid Hour bt.ilcu
in U almost us irood as cream. I bav
not jrlVen un Urylns corn, but for tv
yrarspaetl Imvopnt joniedown ln salt
which irls'w imolhcr vurlety, anil
uom niilrkly preparcil. At firnt I had
difficulty In freshening It, and then It
was comparatively, tastelesi;, but now
boll tho corn In one water a mlnuto' or
two, turn tio water off, ndd a few sliced
otHtice, boll until they arc done, drain
olftho water, anil aim cream or butter,
Wo think this preparation tasted more
like summer corn than tho dried com
ilotx. In salting, I cut the nieen corn
without boiling, and pack It, alternat
ing oiiu pint of corn and a small hand'
fill nftalt. When the vessel Is about
full, put on a cover that will tit down
to the com, and place a small weight
on it, n- It must bukept under tho brine
which It makci from Its own Juice.
have for thobist two year been canning
Ktevn corn with tomatoes. I itso about
imiMbtirth part corn, cooking tho two
together. I have never heard of but
onurnso wherourecn corn canned by It
self did not poll, but corn and tomatoes
utnneil together Is a perfect succesi,"
Parsing Made Ea.y.
Farmers who can remember forty
y ar ago must ba homewhat amazed at
tho preRroiH marie In agriculture Itnplc
menu and tho labor of the farm. Only
tliiuk ofu wooden mould board fur the
plow! tho common tooth-harrow, the
bay-fhelvings made of fence-rails fur s
i-trt and the wide dangerous skiletot.
for the wagon ; tho hoo that was used,
Hie two-pronged manure fork, and tin
thiky consumed by harvest baud-'
Tho rpapors with their sickle, with
which we nearly severed a linger, aim
tlm mark of tho wound is as distinct to
day as then; tho Innovating "cradle'
with its grand' 'SwlRic," the old rlgh
horse-nifcc,' then BBoVfclty and theoli
log roller, 'filch'Hoi mb"fc tt'inn.onc fai
iiierfn tcni,V"c6iiM;Ril'i lifj tholum
Now we have livfcr.vf lillii off a differ
(tit scale, rellcvrug',iho ngrlculttirti
imicle from ninny it rftrilirl: ', Vu coin
iiience with thu rciiprnlfriiachliie, lal.
many yearn tdrrttt' ltj then tin
twitting :n:icliliie, JvlllclJ was a will
jrcakr curiosity; thferi trie coinbinua
mower and najer; then the power
IhrHicr; and wliiiiowerj then the re
volving horso-rako then two or thru
nthir kinds of borse-rakesj each allow
lug tho driver to ride, almost llko
Jockey; thin the hnfio-power 'liny fork
tin n tliy hSy tedder The nM hurron
jiiivu way to tho " ciiltlyator," aiiiVtha'
tn everaVimiiroVe'nreiit') tintll vi have
the "sulkoy 'cultivator," whtcVfurhUh
m a comfortibleVeat for tlio'drlver'nwi
tho work )i" better 'do'n'o; The rYcit in
novation uint bo a ploW with similar
accommodation to be guided aiid indn
aged with kk'Vor.
"iirmlng IS becoming a groat science,
ami more ami more every year men aro
being educated up to it. Laud for cul
tivation is lull three times more valua
ble now than forty yeais n;jo; the op
erations are conducted with about one
half the l.iborand at mure than twice
the cost, while tliu products command
in tin) public markets, in mod nrtlcles,
about three times as much. Gtrinun-l
town Tdejroph. j
This crop is regarded by many as a
prolltablo one on land designed for win
ter wheat, in a two fold way as a fer
tilizer In retaining moisture, In attract
ing and conveying to tho soil the inan
urlal agencies floating In tho atmos
phere, and, at tho samo time, furnish
ing, in a result, a welcome portion of
bread maUrlal for fauilly.consiimptioii
without detriment to tho crop of win
ter whiat which is to succeed. Instead
of letting the gruimd rest, as It is term
nl, in a fallowed state, it Is mado to
furpi-'h an extra crop countcil as so
much clear gain. It would bo absurd to
m-simie that a crop of anything, draw
ing nourishment from tho soli, does not
weaken, at all, Its productive force, un
lers It can bo shown that with the
draft mado there Is coupled a compen
rutins power which serves to balance
tho account. This restoring furco Is
ascribed tobuckwhoat by many who
bavo grown the article and watched the
effect of tho HubwqiU'nt.crob. On a cer
tain occasion a field of ten acres an old
pasture was hummer fallswed quite
tarly. It was a heavy clay soil, and af.
tcr It bad hren turned over a couple of
wi-ekK, two acres of It were sown to
buckwheat. It wn well harrowed, In
thu dlreitioii ol till) furrows, and a very
tolerable K'ul bed wured. Tho result
was a good yield "f buckwheut, while
that of tho winter variety, which fid
ir.u-i.il wHxnr.ii nuarter ticttcr on the
buckwheat jround than that on the
portion which wa nilowtxi 10 rest ami
recnperiito In fallow, Tho stolen crop
"teemed to give a HvellncMand claJtlel
tv lo tbe soil of tho section iifeil, which
tho fallow rest failed to Impart to the
remainder. V. i . Observer
CHAKl.M Dowsi'NP fftye that he once
wltneshcd a remarkable change produc
ed on the body of a pear trtu by means
of wrapping It In straw, Thotrce wasn
brown llcurre, grafted ubout seven feot
high from tho ground upon a mock
which for years had not grown as ropm
I ua the i:mrt, and presented a very do
cidul buho urswellinpnt thojundlon
of tho graft. This smaller portlon'wiix
Incased In straw ubout two Inches thick,
and at the end of two seasons ho fouud
on ri moving tho etrawthattiia contract
oil or heretofore smaller stem hud swol
len to tho fulli-Uo of the graft above,
printing but a flight Indication of tho
jolnt of union between graft and stock.
fx the un n oths.
I Klrx HlAr)-.
In a large house, whero all the chief
noiiis were panelled, there lived, once
upon a time, ii farmer, whoso III fato It
ios that every nervant of Ids that win
eft iilonu toguard the homo on tho night
l" Chrl-tmus-evi', while the rest of tliu
mlly went to eburli, wns found dead
hen the lamily returned home. As
xjii as the report of this was spiead
broad, the fanner had the greatest dlf
lenity In procuring servants who would
( iiseut to watch olono In tho liouso on
' at nlglit; until at hist one day a man
.1 strong fellow, offered him hl services
sit up tdotii1 and guard tho house
lie farmer told him what fato awaited
m for his rashness, but the man de-
. Ised Mich u fear, and persisted in his
On Christmas ove, when tho farmer
.nil all his family, except tho now man
servant, were preparing for church, tho
larmcr said to mm :
" Come with us to church ; I cannot
ieave you hero to die."
Hut tho other roplled, " I Intend to
stay here, for It would bo unwlso In you
to leavo your house iinprotecteil ; and,
beddes, the cattle and sheep must have
their food at tho proper time."
" Never mind tho beaMs," nuswered
the farmer. " Do not bo AO rash as to
remain In tho houso this night, for
whenover we have returned from church
on this night, we have always found ev
ory living thing In tho honso dead,
with all Its bones broken."
Hut the man was not to bo.pcrsuadcd,
as he conMdcrod all theso fenrs beneath
his notlco; so tho" farmer and the rest
of the t-ervants went away and left him
behind, alone iu the house.
As soon as ho was by himself, ho be'
gan to consider h6w to guard agaiust
anything that might occur, for a dread
had stolen over him, in spite of his
courage, that something strango was
about to take place At last ho thought
that tho beat thing to do was, llrst ofnli,
fo light up tho family room, and then
to find someplaeoiu which toliidonim
self. Aa toou as ho'had lighted all tho
candles, ho moved two planks out of tho
wainscot at tho end of tho room, and
creeping Into tho space between it nnd
the wall, restored tho planks to their
places, so that he could see plainly Into
tho room, nnd yet avoid being himself
Ho had scarcely finished concealing
himself, when two fierce and strange-
looking men entered the room nnd be
"an looking about.
One of them said, "I smell a human
' No," replied tho other, " there Is no
luiimn being here."
Then they took a candle and continii
J their search, until they found tho
nan's dog nsleep under one of tho beds.
I'hey took it up, and, having dashed it
in tho ground till every bono In its
'Ody was broken, hurled it from them.
When tho manservant saw this, he con
gratulated himself on not having fallen
uto their hands.
.Suddenly the room was tilled with
people, who were Inden with tables and
II kinds of tublo furniture, stiver.
ioths, and all, which they spread out,
ml having done mi, sat down to a rich
upper, which they had also brought
with them. They feinted noisily, and
pint the remainder of the night in
iritiking and dancing. Two of thorn
t ere appointed to keep guard, In order
o give the company due warning of
no approach either of anybody, or of
ao day. Threo times they went out,
Iways leturnlng with thonows that
hoy raw neither tho approach of any
human being, nor yet tho break of day.
Hut when tho man-servant suspected
the night to be pretty far spent, hejump
ed from his place of concealment into
the room, and clashing the two planks
together with as much nol-o as ho could
make, shouted liko a mad-man :
"The day! the day! tho day!"
On these words tho whole company
rose scared from their seats, and rushed
headlong out, leaving behind them not
mly their tables and slls'cr dishes, but
even tho very clothes they had taken off
for eabc In dancing. In tho hurry for
flight many were wounded and trodden
uuder foot, while tho rest ran Into tho
darkuess, the man-servant after them,
clapping tho planks togothcr, and
shrieking, "The day! tho day! the
day ! until they camo to a largo lake,
Into which the wholo party plunged
headlong and disappeared.
J-roni this tho man knew them to be
Then ho returned homo, gathered tho
corpses of tho elves who hud been kill
ed in the flight, killed the wounded
ones, und making a good heap of them
all, burned them. Whon ho had finish
ed this task, lie cleaned up the houo
and took possession of all tho treasures
tho elves had left behind them.
On tho farmer's return, his bervaut
told him all that hud occurred, and
showed him tho spoils. Tho farmer
praised him for a bravo fellow, and con
gratulated him on having escaped with
Ids life. Tho man gavo him half the
treanires of tho elves, and ever after
wards prospered exceedingly.
This was tho last visit tho water-elves
over paid to (hut houc.
T.uslE hU I'lK
Ttir.iu: is n miser in Liverpool who
was considered Impregnable to charita
ble ii.-.oclailoiis, until a Hibernian geni
us "camo Paddy over him."
Teddy went to his olllco onu morlng,
and told u piteous story about losing
Ids pig, tint only ono ho had'
"Khure," mid Teddy, "Mlsthress
" (nunilng u very excellent lady,
whusu good opinion Old Hordflst was
unxlous to retain) "towld mo to come
to ye, for yo wnr very rich, and gov a
power ov money to tho poor, Gou bless
Jul I only want to ralso enough to buy
mo another little shlip ov a.plg."
The miser couldn't resist tho Influ
ence of Mrs. , to ho gavo Teddy a
crown. A row days after ho met him.
"Well, Teddy," said ho, "did you
nny another plgY"
" Troth I did, and n lino ono it is."
" Then tako bet I er earn of It than you
did of tho other. What did tho pig you
lo.,t die oil"
" Dlo of 1" said Teddy, raising his
eyebrows ; "shure, ho didn't dlo he
was fat enough and I kilt him."
No man will ever bo ablo to build n
house by carrying bricks In his hat.
Ol,n women seem to think that tho
autumn of life should bo decked in gay
colore, because the autumn of the year
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
HooilancTs German Tonic
Prtimrtd bj nr. n, Jacktea,
TAe Great Xemetie$
voiiLt email cr tii
LIVER, ftTOttAfjy, or
Hoofland'fl German Bittora
U ccmotitulcd of tbt par Jatcet, (or
i, or m tier tr
trttctL tnd entirt
tnd Btrki, auk
coholic aJmitturt tfeny nd.
Hoofland's German Tonic,
U fomWnitton at ft'J tin lnfrMIenU of th
Itirtrrn, with It tuifit quality ol Santa Owt
Aim, UutiffC, CtO.,
UtiffC CtO.! tDUin on at th tniut
tlefti&MruaTecl)l remedlei eter offered to
Tfioie rtcfcrrlDg Uclldo fiti from Alc-
tiolio tdmitture, wUt dm
Hoofland's German Bitters.
In cmpi of nenooi ifrrtn!on, wl.ta ok
ftlpohollo iUraulni It secewtrj,
Hoofland's Gorman Tonie
Th B.Uer or th Tonlo ra both aotI1y
TLo itomKh. from rulety of araHftitufh m
Uetlilty, its, U
lu runcUoDi d m W nzgti T6 r
u:t of nhkh I, m that th patient
uffi from Mvtr&I or nor cl a lollowln
Coutisfttlon, lUtuluios, Xnw&rd Piles
Fulneu of Bloo4 to th HacL
Assart burn Dla&rtut for Food,
Btommiih. flour Hnin.
tAtiona, Sinking or Flut
terlnst: at th Pit of th
fltomaob. flwlmmlnr of tbe
XIfjd, Harriod or Difficult Breath
ing. riuUerintT at the Heart, Ohoklnii
or Buffocatincr Seziaattuna when In
vistou. or wen
Pain n tlia , miA- ti.I
ilnIluhMof (TW g5t. Burn
lug In Mm Jtaft FieaS, Oon
etnt imavtnlnf or StU, nd
Ort Dpruon ot Spirits.
'l'bcu temtdlM U1 tSlKlullj enra Utu
i l ojnpUlnt, JiunllM, DraixpiU, Chreolo or
MerTotiiUdUltj.giiraDlo DUnbat, Dluut of
tht KMnf7, uj aU IMimih ulilni trom
Uliordered Unr, Utommdl, or XotciUnM.
PROSTRATION OF XtD SYSTEM.
Iiocoid it Biriti Liioa. Uiioasirs,
Biroicftit Fauu, iro.
If M BtdldlM nUnl caul t Uiua
wtei to lh wbolo Byitlltb'AppUtt U
blrnjj;f nJ, food U.tflJord. tbt
tOBuhdlfOiU V promptly, u,i
b.'oof1 It purUUd. - tftni'- Cb oompletloa
bewnirtioaDdaiM litftltbv. u jtl
low ulx u miletui from u ru.a Mooa
Ii lTn to Uu obMH, ud tht wnk ud rurron
ttiTftlld bMOOM ft troag ud hwluj btkig
rertant Advanced in Lift,
Aod fMHnr tb bud of tlrno irflgblos bwn
poo tbem, will) si lu attcndul UIb, will Bad u
lb m ol Into 11ITTKKS, cr Un TONIO, m
elixir will loiul paw lifo Into tblr td.
mton la a meaisro tbt tafrgr and ftrdor ol
aor ;outbful dsfi, build cp tbelr tbrjakorj
formi.Rnd rlre beftllli ul turrloHi to tbelr
NmtlDU g ywa
II U well MtbUhed ficl tlal fu'Jr one-liill
lb Umtit por . tlon of our popu-
"rn A "Mom T" In tho tnlojmrat
olioodbwllbjor, m m to bh tbt own
nprctilon. "never tU feel well." Tbej
re linju.,1, derold ot ll eoerjj, eiuemelr ttr.
foue, mid btve no ppetit.
.r,T,!!'!e,u,,,, WW tbe IHlTEUS,orUn
lOIC, u tepecJeJIy reeommeoded.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made elronj b the uat of eltber of tbeee
rvmedlee. Ibn will cur ever? cat of MA
Tboueamle of cerdnratce hate aecnmolaUd a
tbe bacdf of tbe proprietor, but trace will allow
pf the publ!ctlcq ot but a few. Thoee, ItwUl
U obeerred, are men of Dole and ot tucb. itaad
Int. that ll.rj mutt t-e btUetil.
Hon. Oeo. W. Woodward,
Cliff Jvtttci fith Suprtm Ctwi qfra,, writ
........ . fMhMr(a, atarth IS, 1M7.
BilUrt'lea.ood JTm to0 KKUi ln
dieeaeeaof ll.tdl ."aV. grttiTt orfftia,
jndof great ben W ItJtV elltlucaaetofde
Wllty, and waut of nerroue tctlon la U. etettnk
' 1 oure truly,
"UKO. W. WOODWAKD."
Hon. Jamei Thompson,
Judgi e I'.e SujTtnt Ourl a f'.rmtrfranto.
rtitlad'tiMa, April M, HCO
"I conilier II(K)rlaiid' OLnuiui I!jiije a
CdlUJlJe vteitciiM In caet of attarka tit
tlon or U,rciela I can eeillfy Ibli from my
" Youre, wtlh rreptTt,
From Eev. Joseph H. Kennard;
Fitlurr, a Jm'Ji )j,irl CAurca, ndiMMi.
Ir, Jarifoti-Detir Bin 1 bare been In-'iuenUy
requited to ronncel iny name will, rwuinitieii.
daliona of dlfferunt klnja cf rnediclnta, but, re
gardlng llie J.rao Uco nut t.f my
appropriate ifWr apbere, I tmva In
alluueadwllnuilj II k I ullt t clear
(roof In varloje Ua1 aM li.a!ii'iai,dpur
tlcularlyln my own family, cf the tiaofulnvia cf
lir. llooflanl a Uermtn Il.llera, 1 dtpiirt rr on
from ray taual couiae, to eipreee m tu.l in lr
tlon that, fur cntal dtliht pt Vn (ya'rc, an.1
tnaruuy Jar .ipr (V,?r.;ij, u II a l'e o4
av j'rrf'irwn. in aoute faa.e 11 may rati,
but uaually, I doubt not, It 111 t w ti j bei.wi:,-jl
to Ifccaa who euflr from Ibe abo e cauar
Voiire. tery rMrntfully,
J. II. KK.Mf)AI!I),
Klg-lttb, l-vlow Cotw Bt
From Hev. E. D. Fendall,
a1irttnl Jifar CArtafiert CArentcle, rhibdti
fAia. 1 liart derlied decided tei-rdl frora tbt uee U
IIooflaM a Oerman Illltera, and feel II my pnil
lege to reommei..l tbem aa a moat i aluabfe Vn.1
to all wbo art eutfrlng from general deUhly or
from dlate arlilng from deraugemetil of tbe
Urer. Voure truly,
K. D. fSSDAt-L.
Ufltnd'a Ocman ftoTnedla art) aounterfalv.
".'1 cttXif ! ' 1 - tlgiitlurtofUK.
JArHVONIlon ""fc lit wrapper of
tahbctUt. All M.W Oltert wlou.!
J'rlf deal Ofuet and Manufactory al lb Oar.
"dSfbitr " fl Alsw "'"'i n
OBARLSS at. KVAJfs,
Oerman Druff.it rroprleUr,
. i v , '?rmerly 0. . Jacilot at Co.
tint! 7 I'rugglatl ltd Drain, h Uti-
iltotad1 Carman Btttr,fer bolll p cat
tr iwtUt.'wV wyiVienforli!',"." W
SaV Do not forget to tiamlnt wall Un arUal
lit bij, U order M gal lit gtuutat.
rrtEsii AnnivAi. op
VALL AND WINTEll QOOIS.
Tbe aukscrlkcr hu Just returned from llic cltlot
with another Iftrjo nnil eclcct rusortment of
sntiNa and ku.mmi:h aotms,
ruircliMeil In Now York nnd riaiadelfhla nl the
lowest flinire, nud which ho it determined to sell
on as modernto term, nt enn bo procured else
where In nioomsburg. Ills Block comirlse
LADIES' DIIEBS 000D3
of tho choicest etylcs nnd latest fashions, together
with a lnrgo ;nssortment of Dry Goods and Urn
cerlcs, consisting of tho (oIIowIhk nrllclca :
Hoots And Shoes,
Data and Caps,
AND NOTIONS GEN RALLY.
Xu short, everything usually kept ln country
stores, to which no Invites tho attention of tbe
public generally. Tho highest price will be paid
for rountry produce In exchange for goods.
H. II. MILLER A HON.
Arcade IlitUdlngs, nioomsburg. Pa.
HEAT REDUCTION IN i'KICES
AT PET EH ENT'H HTOHE,
IN LIGHT 8T11EET,
SPJUNG AND SUaMMEU GO()fS
THE subscriber Jia-s just rccelveJ nnil ms i.
hand tit hla old stftiul Iu Light Street, v laieHUil
ASSORTMENT OF ISIEHCIIANDISE
purchiueUut tho lowest retire, nml -which It
detrm!n(Hltoscllon nmlcrato terms ah
b procured elsewhero In I-lKht Strei t,
rox CAsrr on cauxrrtr mod re k.
Ills stock eousKti of
LADIES' DIIESS GOODS,
choicest styles and latest fashions,
HEADY MADE CLOTHINU,
Cotlonndes, KenluclEy Jcai's,
4C, M CC
Queensware, Cedarware, Hardware, Medicines,
Drngs, oils, Paints, 4e.
BOOTS A SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
In short everything usually kept ln a conntry
atere. Tho palronngo of Ids old friends and the
public generally, Is respectfully solicited.
Tho highest market prlco paid for country pro'
duco. PETER ENT.
Light Street, Nov. 8 1S07.
J J. BBOWE II,
Is now offering to the public his Stock of
consisting In part of.n full line of
INGRAIN, WOOL AND RAG
O A llf liTH,
Fine cloths and cnsslmero for Ladles' coats,
HANDSOME DRESS GOODS,
of all patterns and qualities, lulalds and Prints
of various qualities and prices,
BLEACHED AND I1R0WN MUSLINS,
LADIE'S FRENCH CORSETS,
Good assortment or
ladies' i- cjniDitt:.rs oaitsrsa hoots.
Fresh Urocerlea and Hplcea. New assortment
GLASS AND QUEENS-WARE,
V X N O. 1 MACKEREL
In oue-haU and one-fourth barrels.
Now Is tho tlmo to make your selections, as X
am offering gooda at very low prices, and our
motto Is fair dealing to all, aud not to be under
sold by nny. J. J. BROWER.
Bloomsburg, April 12, 1S67.
11AUGH & bONS, Philadelphia,
NORTH-WI-STERN FERTILIZING CO.,
HAUCIII'8 RAW HONE PHOSPHATE,
(50 per HOW pounds.
llAUQH'H CHICAGO HONE FERTILIZl.lt,
KO per socio pounds,
nAuaii's ciiit'Aoo hlood manuiu:,
t50 per 'JWMl pouuds.
Tho nbovi, TtlnnurrR nr., fiirnul..,! hi lu.l h l.n,.a
and barrels, whichever ttiMou is merer.
ftY-Tho bagNare.untforni In weight lGOpound.-Ta
Tho attention of Farmers Is csneelnllv direr,, ,1
to the fact that the aotirrett of the Hjiw Matcrtnt
or which the alMive Manures aro eonipostHl.ure ao
well under control that we eau furnish them of
strictly unliorm quality and condition, atidthat
itivy vnnutiii larger licrceningeniiiiiinionia tpan
any inner rum 01 nianttiaeiuieu iiiunures iu the
JIAUUJ1 S rU.R
W B. Dclawaro Avenue, l'lilla,
NORTH WESTERN FERTILIZING CO.,
Cor. Lake and Lusalle bis., Chleuso,
ts" Uauuh's Ponimorclnl Mnnurr-a mav hf. t.rn.
cured lion, dealers In any of the principal towns
in the Udlted Stat, snr Dominion of Canada.
I). W. Mnktt-rs. Mlllvlltp. 11ml W. Spoil. ,.f I'o,.
tiwlssa, Agents, July I7,'ui-3m,j
M.ARTUAS. ('. II, PII.LINOKK. E. R, IIATMAN,
IITMAN, DILIalNQEH & CO.,
NO, 2 NOllTlt TUMID 8TRKKT,
(.Yrrirlj oppoitte Jamtt, Kent, Hinln t ft.)
Wholesale Dealers ln
VAIINH, 1IATTINU, WADDINO, t'Altl'ETH
Olb CLOTHS, MIAOU, FLY nIT,
OIIAIN BAOS, COKDAOK, 4C, ALSO,
WILLOW AND WOODUN WAIIE,
BKESUtl, TRCrlKS, LOOKINU tlLAUUEr), RTC.
May 10, lb7-lr.
JOWE, EUSTON & CO.,
Manutaeturers and Wholesale Dealers In
COTTON YAltNS, CAIU'ET CMAINH,
BATTB, WICKH, TIE YAltNS, COKDAQE,
BU00M8, W90D AND WILLOW WARS,
LOOK'Q OLAHSES, CLOCKS, FANCY BAHKETH
TABLE, FLOOIl, AND CAniUAQE
No. &30 tlarket Street, aoutli aide,
ItiiUE'.KP. ,n rolls, ready to bo nailed down.
JlOOFiNU eoatinB ninth lees, raid more durable
, than Tin,
iltOOKINO that run boapiillidby any ordinary
IIOOFINO llislwai not expand or contract by
,.... lne aetlon of the iuther.
IIOOFI NO that la adapted to Bleep or flat rooh.
i,f.n.1lPr? njnleaudclreular. ltKAHY HOOF.
IN" C..,81 Jlaldeuljino, New York,
JkJUTUALi LIFE INSUKANCE CO.,
OP NEW YOUK.
'. S. WJt3'JVN, I'rtiMeiU.
Ilruaa AweU yeu. 1, utw ,.. 2a,SI,ia
Ineomefor werr e 70 4aui
WtWh( iH rolicy holder. In iwj, 3,m',W M
LeUfMt Mutual Company In the irorld.
lledaettnn of Ilateit.
Marek WM-U illcwnuburf, tV
NOUTIIEItN CENTltAli HAIL
WAY. On and niter Ma; 1Mb im, Trains will
leave Nor.TiicMnrni.AND rut follows t
123 A. M., Dally to WUllamtport, (except Sunday)
fnrElmlra, (tnandalgnn, Itnchester, lluffnlo,
Huspenslen llrldge, and K, Falls.
CM r. ii., Dally, (except Hundaya) fur Elmlra nnd
llufralo vln Erie Hallway from Elmlra,
6.15 p. M., Dally, (exceptHundnysl (or Williams.
0. IS A. M. Dally (except Monday's) for Raltlmore,
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
1 1 ..VI A. A. Dally(exceptflunday'a)forllaUlmore,
Washington and l'ulladclplila.
ED. H. YOUNG,
General Passenger Agent.
LAC1CAWANNA AND BLOOMS
Un and after May Uth, 180.1, passenger Trains
will run as follows 1
Going South. Going Nortn,
Leave Leavo Arrive Arrlvo
a, m. p. m. a, m. p. m.
5.30 dJO 11.10 Ml
.... e.ii l.tw lo.au n.io
.... U.2S l.U 1(1.00 A4l)
... H.2 I..V, 7.11 IUH
.... 7.IB 0.40 ll.ftl 1J
7.Vi 0.15 .30 e.cs
... 8.30 tl.M 7.40 11.16
.... .l0 7.01 7.30 B.0U
...9.10 7.42 7.W 6.30
Arrive Arrlvo Leave Leave
. 0.50 8.Z3 t:Z 4.
The 11.10 Train at Scran ton makes connections
with Express Train for New York at 3 o'clock.
Pt ui.t urriviuK m aiuw v.wiu m .
H. A. FONDA, Sup't.
T)IIILADELPIIIA AND EllIE
WINTEll TIME TABLE.
TUKOtJOrt AND DIRECT ItOUTB BKTWItKS DltLA
DELrillA, DALTIMOKE, IIAIlUlHDfnO, WIL
LtAMurOUT, AND TUB
U It EAT OIL UKOION OP TENNHYLVANIA.
r.LEOANT BLXKVtVQ CABS
On all Night Trains.
On nnd atVr Monday, May 11th 1WS8. tin
Traiuit cm the riillaacipiua & Erie llall UonU will
run aa ioiiowb:
.MAIL TltAIN Irnvca riiUntlclliliu 11.15 p.Mi.
arr. il En. rVUnun
Jallirj IjAI IVl IClll Uf I IMIHlM'll'Illllatlalaf Wf III.
" " Ntirl'd 6.rvip.m
" " nrr. nl Krti lU.O'm.in
KLMIHA MAIL U'hwm Ilitltult-lpliln MMIilid
' " ' North .1 p.m
M " nrr. Ht In-k lliivrn 7.1p.m,
MAlLTItAIN li-ftv. Kilo ..n.iJ0a.in
" " Nurlh (1 1I.W ii.rn,
" " uri.iit Chhii'tL'lphln ,.7,10 a. in.
I'.UIE EXl'lUSUvfc i.iti... m7nnp.in.
" " Nurt'it li-.Hti.m.
" urr.utriinti u n-lila- i.io t.iu
ELM1UA MAIL Ivawa Ix-lt . :incn 7.luu.m.
ri Hi J IU.JffU.11i
M " arr. at I'tniudoiitbia. e.iup.ni
Mnllnii'l nxprLfis conni i U wltli ull trultm on
WAltllKNA FIE AN K ilN U A 11. WAY. Hiwn
KvrsltnviUK 1'litlr.aclpiiUui I'irtt M. nrrlvo at 'r
vtiicton at 11.10 a.m. un ' oil cnv u( (i50a,m.
Lt AVine rttiii','li.l.Uat8.U)l'. M.urrivii Oil at
uty nt ..Jap, ru.
All trnliiH on Wiimn A Franklin lbilhva
m.-altn I'ln.nH noli' t lln nt Oit I'ltv with t ruin 4 for
Frnnklln nml IVtrolcum CVutre. llaKKugeclieckta
A. L. TYLEIt,
Oeumil Bupr-rlntendrnt, WllUamnport.
SUMMEU AIUIANGLMENT, Jlay Sth 1H63.
Great Trunk Lino from the North nnd North-
wvni Tor I'liiiaiicipiiia.New Yoru, iU'auing, roU
vllle, Tamnquft, ARhlnnd, Lebanon, AUtntowu,
Easton, EphrutH, Lltlz, Laucntitcr, Columbia, dec,
Trains have linrrlNburc for New York, as iol
Iom'h: At'AjO.tVnndH.ion. m,, U.io noon aud
A pl;i.tp,m.,rouncctlnff with similar trnlnH on
tho 1'a. Hiillruiul. ami urrlvlni nt New York nl
5,oo. i.ou & lin a.m., & s,w 7,10 A lo,rop.n).
Sleeping cars itrcompanylnR tho ,00 a. m, aud
u p.m. iruiuN wiuiuui enaiiKc.
Iauvo HarrUhttrK for IUaUttiff, PotUvlllo. 1'a
manua. fiiltierovllle. A&hlnnd. Pino Grove. A linn
town and Philadelphia at 8,10 a.m., nnd 2,05 nnd
4,10 p.m., b topping at Lebanon nnd principal May
ions ! tho 4.10 n.in. innlrlriir rnniK-etiotiK for
Philadelphia nnd Columblaoniy. For IVUkvIIIp
tSchuvlklll Haven and Auburn, vln, Hchuvlklll
andHUhquelianna Rjillroad, leavo Hani burs nt
S.tkt p.m. Iteturntngt Leave New York at t,00
a.m. and 12.00 in., nnd 5,00 nnd 8,00 p.m. Sleeping
care accompanylny the tt.00 a.m., nt.d5.00 and 8,oo
. in., trains wiriumi mange, wny I'SHnenger
'rain leaven 1'hllndelnhln at 7.30 a.m.. returning
from Iteadlnent i))p.m Htopplng nt all BtatlonB;
I'otts vllle at 615 n. m.. nnd 2.45 n.m.. Ashland fl.Ou
n.mand 12,19 noon, and 2,00 p. m,, Tamaqua at
8,30 a. m.aud 1,00 and H.4.S p, m.
Y .AnvA arntlet-llld fun llnerlaliilM ! Jstlll1tlL.1. 11
and Bnsquehauna llaUroadnt7,i0n.m. andl.'.oo
Heading Accommodation Tniln leaves Itendlnc
nt 7,ao a.m., returning from Philadelphia at 0,15
PottAtown Accommodation TrntmleAven Potto
town nt O.tj a.m.,, returning, leaves Philadelphia
Columbia Kan road Trains: leave Heading at
ter, Columbia, Ac.,' ' ' '
rerklomtn Itjill Itoad Trains leave Prklnrain
Junctional 9,00 a.m., and 6.55 p.m. Upturning t
IeavoHklppackat0,i5a.ra., and 1,15 p.m., con
nectlng with similar trains on Heading ltallroad
On SundavH. leave New York at .0O n.m.. Phil.
adelphta 8,00 a.m. and 3,15p.m., the A.00 a.m. truln
running only to lUindlng; Pottsvllle 8,0 a.m.:
IlnrrUburg 5,25 a.m. and 4,10 aud ,35 p.m., and
Heading at 1.10 nnd 2,5.pnnd 7,15 a.m. for HRrrin-
UUI UU l,W u ui,, nuu u.iu i'.ui, lJI HOW lUIJa,
and 4,25 p.m. for 1'hlladelphla.
Commutation, Mileage, Hotmon, School and Ex
curBlon tickets to and from nil point, at reduced
luggage checked through ; 100 poundn nllowed to
u. a. nituuA
Heading, ra., May 20, IW6.
!HE UEST IS THE CHEAPEST I
Tin: him. i u n v im. y.M niNt
liiAH.i rill, usr.
And lend, theeoliiliin 4,Uve uhiad of all others.
huh Aiuctiine ir. lue
MOST roI'ULAIt IN USE.
It uses the finest ntt-ille nf line Mnrhlmt In fx
Any lauy wautniK u ooa
B E W I K O JI A O II I IS' E,
Will roiikiilt lit r nun latfr.NtM hv limine n
HI NO Kit, UlHiablerto ruii. Itarn and keep in
oidti th.iu an Machlim In tin world,
OVrK :i,UK OF Tlll.M IN U8L.
Thefullett InKlnutloli elven thone who nur-
chaM,uml the Machine, wiu. itK WAlDtANTKU to
jou tot oneyi-ar,
pieaMncallat mrHton and satlttfy yourHelven,
lluruyou will rlud Nit dlf-.Thiend and riltk,
DAVJ!) LOWLNHHUl, Agent
April S.HJH.tr. HloouiHburg, Pa.
QOLUMBIA IIOUS K,
BKItNARD BTOIIN KH,
IlAViNn lately purchased and mted up the
FEW DOORS ABOVC TUB COVnT ItnUKIC,
on the same side of the street, ln the town of
luoonunurg; ana, naving.ooiiunean ncenue tor
i no baniu u ii
the Proprietor has dete rralneil to give to tbe peo
ple vlniiing the town on tiuslnes or pleasure,
A LITTLE MG11K ROOM.
IIlmtnbllnK4lioii'extenj.lve. and Is fitted up
to put biiKKten and corrlaf ln trie dry, lie prom
wi'h that every thing about lUatwtablUhmenltthall
be conducted ln an orderly and lawful manner;
and he respectfully nollclM u share of the public
T P. BEAItD,
Mannractarera and Wholesale Dealers la
HATS, CAM, FUItS, AND STRAW HOODS,
No. 413 Market Street,
gNYDEIl, HAIIRIS & UASSETT,
Manufacturers and Jobber, of
MEN'S AND HOY'S CLOTIIINO,
Not. 615 Market, and tea Commerce Street,
Q. W. IlLABON A CO,,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW BIIADEB,
Warehouse, No. l!l North Third Street
J II. WAIaTEU,
Lata Walter A Kaob,
Importer and Dealer In
CHINA, OLABh; AND Q.UEENSWAIIK,
No. 231 North Third street,
between lUoe ajid Vine
en. iKiEna. w, a, kino, j, u. situirt
JOHN HTHOUP A CO.,
Successor, to H troop A Krotker,
wiioleham: dkaleivh in fish,
No. SI North W banes, aud 24 Nertk Wter .,
The unrlerslffnM trotild reaneetrullr announee
to the publlo that he baa opened a
FlItST-CLASS CONFECTIONEIIY BTORG,
In the bnlldlni lately oeeupled by tlernard Btoh
ner, whero be Is prepared to furnish all kinds of
PLAIN & FANCY CANDIES,
FOIIEION A DOMESTIC FHUITS,
NUTS, ItAIBINS, AC, AC, AC.
nr wiiolksal s on uktaii.
In short, a full assortment of all kotmU In
bis line of business, A great variety of
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
suitable for the Holidays, l'rirtlciilfir att.ntlon
II 11 A D AND CAKES,
of all kind,, fresh every day.
A call la loUclled, nnd satlstoctlou will be
Nav. 93, 1697. ECK1IA11T JACOIIB.
C. O. MA It H'S
TO SIIIVK'S BLOCK,
ONTHKCORKEFl Or MARKKT AND IROK STRRRT8
Tlio undersigned having received from the city
a full and completo supply of
sritlNO AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS AND CIIIOOEIUES,
TIN-WAKE AND HARD-WARE,
CEDAR A.VD WlLLOW-WAMt,
A T S A A' D SI O US,
FLOUR. HALT, FISH, AND MEAT,
-11 tir which I propose stilling .it u very low riirur.'
'r ciudl or prrsluee.
tm I'nll nil'1 m e, '
M'HI 1 IM.. I ,), M U1M
f OltWI. )i'
' I '
il! a VI
H : 1 1' I
HATH AND CAPS,
HATS AND CArs.
HATS AND CAIN!
HATH AND CAPS
HATS AND CAPS,
ROOTS AND SHOES.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
HOOTS AND SHOES
HOOTS AND SHOES
HOOTS AND SHOtx;
LOOK I NO-O LASS Es!
1'A I NTS AND OIl4,
PAINTS AND OILS!
PAINTS AND OILS!
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND OIl-sI
MlKKI.W, NI.AI ft I U. H,
McKEl.VY, NE.M A CO.'H
Ml'KELVY, NEAI. A tD.'H
MlKEI.VY SEAl . CO.'H.
UKKI.VY. NhAI . I.II.M
Miiiiihent .Mri.ui "i V.k-tM itin: Murtcrt nireete,
Nortliu,.t rorner nl il.ui. .liul Murkwl Htreela,
rirthweM .itrnerol MaiLniiii Market streeu.
NoriliwpHi.'oriK'riil Maiu.ind Market Htreeta,
Nerlhwcn en nu r nl Main and Market Street.,
IRON AND NAILS.
RON AND NA LH
IRON AN ) NAI1
IRON AND NAI14
IRON AND NAILS
In large quantities and at reduced rates, alway
gCHELI., I1EUOEK A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FISn, SALT, CHEESE, PROVISIONS, Ac,
Nos, 123 and 121 North Wharves, above Arch Bt.
Sole agents lor Wllcox'a Wheel area.., la bar
rels, kegs, and cans.
y-AINWKIGIIT A CO.,
N. E. CVirner Second and. Arch BUeeU,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
KICK, HyiCKH, HI CABB SODA, C., C.
Orders will receive prompt attention.
May 10, lW7-ly.
JJ V. PETEKMAN,
with LIPPINCOTT TROTTER,
No, M North Water Street,
and No. 30 North Delaware Avenue
EAVER & SPRANKLE,
WHOLESALE GROCERIES AND COMMISSION
Not. to and 371 Arch Street
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, ANB
Ho. U North Third Street,
"The onder.lgned would respectfully inform the
eltlieua of Iiiw.nnburg and vicinity, that be has
IV'.'SI'Vf11 asliopou InmSlreet, tietween Main
IVnlv!.1'!1' ""I"" '!!' . ".' ",llow t eahln.t ia
klngbuslniss In all Its brauehee. Orders for
METAIXIO OR OTHER COFFINS
filled with proniptnet. and despatch. Repairs
cheaply made to all kinds of furniture, Inolud.
Ing llie replannig ot eone.hoitonied chain. Pat.
terus lor luHlng. made neatly and eximdltlou..
ly, and orders are mllelud either In perton or by
in all, Picture iramea made lo order at short no
"April .Otf, ROIIERT ROAN,
4 iobtii rovaiu araacr,
J. M', O, M'KIIIItIN, Proarletear.
Majr IV, lt7-ly.
QHARliES W. SNYDER,
II A It D V A It E,
1 HON, NAILS, STEEL, AC, AC, AC
MAIN STREET, 1ILOOMSDUIKI, I'ENN'A,
Tako this method of Informing the cltUens of Co
lumbia couty, that ho ha, opened an extensive
Hardware store ou Main street, lu Illoomsuurf ,
near Iron street, nnd that ho has on hand n
LARGER STOCK AND UETTEIt ASSORTED
than can be found any whore else ln the county,
nnd which ho Intends to sell nt prices which defy
CHAINS, AXES, STEEL, IRON.
I have chains, all slits, rues, all make and
weight, steel, all slr.es, Iron, nil shapes, nnd nil
of every description,. Nails, axle pulleys, sash
cords, latches, locks nnd knobs, butt screws, sash
fasts, window springs, hose knobs, strap hinges,
hasps and staples, hooka and staples, nnd ln fact
everything needed In that line.
COACH A WAGON MAKERS' HARDWARE,
embracing almost every thing ln that line. Also
HARNESS MAKERS' HARDWARE,
Buckles, Japanned buckles, silver plated; bills
of every kind , HAMxa, Iron; pad trees t II A en,
wood i saddlo trees, gig trees, girth web, worsted
and cotton i thread, silk, awls and needles, tools
of all kinds.
A full assortment for carpenters. Ihavenlauea
all kinds, saws hand, pannel, rip, nnd compass,
squares steel, Iron, and try I boring machine,
chlsles, augers, bevels, mallet, braces, gauges,
plows, rules, bits, and about everything for car
FOR THE PEOPLE GENERALLY
1 have coal
coal ainem, lant
cutlery, plate,! spoons,
feo ots,butter kulves.mlll saws,
crost cut sun h, circular aaw, lonigsaws,
files horse Hhnen.wu belies, rttets.ham
aier, ImtwietM, mattock. piekK. forks, atnib.
NIIIK lHlt,tiiVClrt,Ki.Ml,h,K..!lt!( li.rkH, llOCK
nikc, im pin, tuiiic.kntH, ,iii,u., .-oinn trim-
nunc i.tn. rv, ni iwik, nit-iliulk, wire.
"'IM'll.l 1., ill, hi ull.'iM.. Kins, H-i.ali (Hmrdi
'" h-i'Ih. .ni.leb lulls, clothes
c' ! a:iin, io.tr ,n.,i, )Kir,i, iiinu, pat-
I.,- illl.l. .'.im IH.prl'ft, ptlllll
Orunlii-'a, h irHt- liriifl'i-t., sleigh
hell, lii-el ealka.riiuiuel.
ed KuttlL"., hrtiHH kLlllet,
cop por keltles,
sledges, curtulu fixtures,
Thltubloskclus ani boxes.
Iumps; lead pipe, etc
lancd ropoand hundreds or nrllelc. not.enu
inerated constantly on hand nt
CHARLES W. SNYDER'S,
Main Street, nioomsburg.
Q.EOROE II. ROBERTS,
Imiiortcr aud Dealer In
HARDWARE. CUTLERY, GUNS, Ac.,
No. 811 North Third street, above Vine,
JACOIt K. HMIIII. J. It, MELTXBK
g 51 1 T II it SELTZER,
Importers aad Dealers In Foreign andDomestlo
HARD W A R E,
OUNS, CUTLERY, AC,
.NO. 409 N, TniKD HTBXBT, AB. CA1.I.OW11I LI,
v , riULADELPlIIA.
IRON, TINWARE, tC.
Bloomsburg, Columbia County, Pa,
The subscriber, proprietor of the nbove.r amed
extensive establUhment, la now prepared to re
ceive orders ror all kinds of
MACHINERY FOR COLLIERIES. BLAST
FURNACES, STATIONARY ENGINES,
MILLS, THRESHING MACHINES, AO
IT. la nlBnnnn.AJ .- ... ... .
. ... .w wmo cujvcs oi ail aixos
and patternn, Plow-Irons, and everything usually
...itu uniiBia rouBdrieSi
111a extonalvA raltlilaa n.n.,,.i . .
. Huu r'nuvw n VII
warrant him ln receiving the largest contracts on
" uiw i ciutuuuoie terms.
Grain of all kinds will be taken ln exchange for
Tola establishment Is located near the Lack!
wanna and Bloomsburg Railroad Depot.
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT
announces to bis friends and cuttemera that
eouunues ine auove iiusiuew at lilt old place on
MAIN HTREKT, HlAXiMHIIURG.
I 'u.tonierH can bo aeeoniiNlutaJ with
of all kind., stovepipes, Tinware, and every va-
,i. vtiit-.n u.uiiu iu r niinei ana iiuware Ka-
'I'llllHlllllll, In (liMiittl... .r.., .... II.U..1..U .........
auie leraia. Repairing done ai the shortest uotlc
Bi DOZEN MII.K-I'ANH
on hand for sale.
KW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON MAIN UTRXXT, NEAK1.V orrOSITB UILLIB'
Tub imderi.lirn.il haB tlit..rf nn I
STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
In this place, whero he is prepared to make up
new Tin Ware of all kinds ln his line, and do
repairing with neatness nnd dtsrinrch. nivtn tit
iTAsunuiiir iiiiiis. air nii.fi acep. ou nanu
hidvkh (IF VARIOUS. I ATTERNH AHTYLES
Khleli he will sell upon terms to suit nurchasers.
Glvo him a rail. Hit I. n ..null m..l,.nl. nn.i
... . jawu Mr.ia.
Illonmsburg, April al, IMn.
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
fpiIE ONLY PLACE
logei me best
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
a few doors below the American House,
He has the largest and most select of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO
ever offered to th. cltUens of nioomsburg. All
" urauua Ol
aud th. beat Fine-cut nud Tlug
can bo had at his counters,
ln great variety are among his large stock.
DON'T FOROET TO CALL.
H. IT. 1IUNSBERGER,
JJ W. RANK'S
WllOMSSALK TOBACCO, HNUFF, AND
No, lt6 North Third Street,
between Cherry and Race, west tide,
Wholesale Dealers ln
TOBACCOS, CIOA1W, PIPES, Ac, Ac,
Ne, 18 North Third Street, above Market,
The undersigned would respectfully announce to
Ih.ClItZ.n. nf Tll&nn..,.. .
,. Z . """"a u me puuue gene
rally tha he la running an
between lbta rlu..j ti.a.,iM-. . . .
- , m.wu.u.,su raiiroau ue
pole dally (Sunday, excepted), to conuect with the
eural trains going Houlh und West on the Cata-
wlaaauurl Willi. n... . ,.i . . ... 7.
. ,..wu..Pji, .wtiinimi, auu wim those
gulug Nortli aud South ou the Laekawaiiunaiid
iii.ii!iinlhu.Hcr lu gisslioudltlon.oomiuo.
Hons and luiulnriable, uud ehargea reasonable.
IVra.uia Vrlahln I., ... . , .. ..
' . ' .in-ir invnii. ue-
P art, nau be acooniodjiied u (K)n f eaiinaLe pliarg .
y leavlaa llmelt noli a, ... .,?;.;.....;.
- " J v. .un uuwiii
DRUG3 & MED1CINE8.
jAVE YOUIt MO N KYI
GREAT INDUCE MKNTHt
(1 R EATER INDUCEMENTS!
THE OLD DRUG BTORE
L. N. MOYER,
Where can be found the LAnor.1T and iikst as.
BOnTMENT, ever offered to tho citizens of this
DyoStuffs, Mixed Paints.
all of these nro of tho best knou u make and are
warranted ns pure and unadulterated. The finest
nud lnrgcst stock of
to be found In this or adjoining counties
Perfumery, Hair Dyes,
Fancy Soaps, Brushes,
HalrOUs, Toilet Articles,
Stationery, Pocket Books
Smoking and chewing,
Cigars of all descriptions,
Pipes, Cigar Holders.
Lamps, assorted sires and styles.
Lamps, Ciiimnbvh, Shades, Bobneiui,
Sponges, Chamois skins,
Syrlnires, llreaat Pumps,
Rubber Hot nlh,
Trusses, of all approved pulterna Ac., Ac.
L I Q U O It H.
A tine assortment of uui lltiiiors .for medical
purpoaei constantly ou hund end tho bent
known kinds of
Patent MKDici.vrjof every description, In
cluding the best varieties of pills nnd tonics.
rni.tciA.v'B ritEHCitinioNs cnEjri.r.T tkk-
No such stock has ctor been present cd to llin
peoplo of this section of country.
Tho prlecsnro n.smnll nt the stoik la large.
Tho imolMa'e n tea aro more favorable to the
purchaser thau ever, as arrangements have been
eircctcd with tho wholesale dealers lu tho larger
cities, so that goods can bo procured In Blooms
burg as cheaply us In New Yurk or Philadelphia,
Country dealers nro earnestly Invited to
study thetr own Interests, by examining this
Remember tho place Ex cn ano e Block above
Excknnge Hotel, Main street, Bloomsburg.
Jan. SI, lKfill. Cm
IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE!
G rny-IIoadod Fooplo have their
lock, restored by it to the dark, luilrous,
iMtn Irrues of youth, and arc happy I
hare tbeao uofathlonablo colors changed to
a beautiful auburn, and rejoice I
People whoso head, aro covered with
Dandruf and Human, use It, and have
clean coat.i nnd clear and healthy scalp, I
IiuIl-lTuudMl Veterans, have
their romnining locks tightened, nnd the
baro spots covered with a luxuriant growth
of Hair, and dance for joy I
Young Gentlemen use It because it is
richly perfumed I
Young Ladies use it because it keep,
their llslr in placet
Everybody mtuf and wiiY uso it, because
it 1, tho cfeantil and Utt article in the
For Silo by Druggiits generally.
AND fOR BALE BY
L. N. MOYER and E. P. LUTZ, Drugglstti,
Bloomsburg, und M. M. BROBST, CatawLii.
January 24, IblH
J R. MOYER,
WHOLESALH A RETAIL
COKNEIi Of MAIN AND UABXET BTEEBTS,
where will be found a large and select stoek ol
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
PATENT MEDICINES Or THE DAY.
I am alsu prepared to ruralth Country Store with
raitor Oil, Godfrey's Cordial,
and all other medicines kept In their line nt City
3. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
In medicines, qtiollty Is of tho first Importance,
nioomsburg, Juno 7, U07
"PIIE AMERICAN HAY KNIFE
A. AND FORK Wn (l,nnn.!Ar.l..n.,
of Columbia County witnessed thu trial of hay
.... ,,.w v, hi,, a uini.i, im aai'iiiiuva
Township, on Monday, May T, Ihoo, between the
Amf.r.'.1nu.,.!"'. Kn"B and 1 '" munufuetured by
SLIFEll, WALIJJ, S1IR1NER A to., of Lewis,
burg, Pa., ami the Itundel'a Patent Hay Hook.
The American Fork lifted more bay In one
ilrniiBlit than the Hundel In threo. We aro satis
fied It will take ns much hay Into the mow as two
good horses can draw. We also saw It cutting
hay, and think it cannot bo beat as a hay knife,
and cheerfully recommend It ns the beat hay fork
aim knife we have ever seen.
li ,. Ifn"NDEK, DR. F. C. HAItniSON,
W. 11. Koons, John Doak,
John Dktkiiicit, Daniel Niiver,
II. DIOM.MILLER, Hylvlsteh Pusbel.
Michael Heller, John Woir.
Thev also itiaiiiiru..nrA n.a ..i.i.iui n...i....
Reaper and Mower, nnd other agricultural laipfe.
men ts, r
41-iuia miu mum u,
Insurance Company of State Peun'a.,
Connecticut Mutual Llie
North American Transit
FHICAS IlimwrJ Jn,.l
mar8o7-Iy, BLOoauBOBa, Pa
RMIIRUSTER & BROTHER,
Imnortera anrl .Tnl.lu.rB nt
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
illltEADS, BKWINO BILKS,
TRIMMINGS, PORTE MONNAIEH.
SOA1-S, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, AND
Alto Manufacturers of
BRUSHES Attn rxinirivri nr iK,
and Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BROOMS, ROPES, TWINES. At;
No. HOO North Third Street, above Vine
yjILLER A HOST,
Huccttsor, to Franklin P.Bellter A Co
Importers and Wholeaale Dealers lu '
LIQUORS, WINEfl, 40.,
Nos, 410 and 413 North Third Street.
JVkiI.1ES,Y,ED-T1' clHWpWt HOOP
SKIRTS In Uieeounlv at "
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.awb u uaauvN, rroprl.tor. ,