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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBUIIG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Fomittallnii Of UlilMltiRi,
Tliuuiirubltlty nr miy butlillns will
tie urt ntly ciiluum il dy menus of mi
I'l'lli'iit fiiiiiiiliitlini. It U iinwlsii policy
lit iit it fouiuliitliiti that will yield In i
row yeni-H. In ninny luculltlp tlioonrtli
li Mi Hift Mint itnllitr imy bo Mink to
any ilcslml dvptli wllli it shovel. When
liiuvy Inilltlltins uru tTivtfil on hui-Ii
Crouiuls, there U tmteli duiiiriT thnt
wine, eorner nmy ecttle, to tho serious
Injury of the ciUIUin Boards or plunk
Inif nru frequently lulil on tho ground
beiientli tbu foundation wall. But such
11 pna'tlro etiunot ho denounced in too
Htroiitflunsuatfi', hi boariH In such ptiv
WK, m f.ivorablo to f pecily deciiy, will
won lo-o their colldlty, and tliui allow
tlio wall and n portion of tho super
Mruriuru to pettlc. Tim Inn; way to
pivp.iivu roiiudallitu In iicli places l.i
to iwcavato the till I, my fix ImlKtilow
it than the bottom ol" the cellar, and
lliieo nr inorn feet wide, Mump the
e.ivth tliorouulily vttlli a rammer, and
lay llilcl; llaitKliiif Moiien on tlir bottom
iotliij,'im a bed of cement. Such n
Inundation will mil be expensive, and
it will remain Intact forae-i iil'ler the
men who built tho wall liavo been for
gotten. Iftboland U al all epilnsy,
let drain tiles bo laid entirely mound
tliiMint-iileof the I'laindatlon, In catch
and conduct away tiiu i.iim of moist
uro in u wouiti rentier tlie irii.ir or
ba-eiueiit luuleslnibly ilauip.
A few dollars expended In a proper
manner, and at a corn et period, will
not fall oiiielliiiis to inliaiuo the value'
of a biiIli!ln;;ora cellar moro than a
hiindred dollars. A poor foundation
beneath a lino suporMriietmo, is often
aoii-ee of jrier, that n few dollars can
never mitigate. And let mo urj;e, nt
this point, tlio Importancoot preparing
a permanent lounilatlon for every barn
and other outbuilding' I f the country
anorin no other inaleriiil-i than hr ck
miles away, lay a lino foundation, if
inosuper.structuru is to bo nothing but
a hennery. And let tho bottom stones,
or bricks, bo plated so far beneath tho
earth that frost will not disturb them.
When the earth freezes and thaws be
neath a wall for a few successive win
ters, somo p.irt of tho building will
most nsjurcdly bo thrown from Its de
sired position. Always exerciso unu
sual caro in placing tho foundation
Mones at each corner. So long as tho
corners continue unmoved, tho founda
tion wnlNnml tho superstructure will
remain firm and whole, ll.irns and
otheroutbulldlngs, that do not stand
over a cellar proper, should Juivu a con
venient basement beneath them. Kven
on level ground tho earth may ho ex
cavated two or threo feel, and tho con
venient room of ono story moro be se
cured beneath tho earno roof, by the
expenditure of only a few dollars moro
than Is required to placo a building on
a half foundation. Practical Farmer.
rabPagrs u u I'trlil Crop.
Farmers who keep cows for milk,
and have tried eabbages, nro pleased
with tho results. They furnish at a
small cost a very largo amount of fod
der, at a tlmu when tho pastures fall.
They nro highly relished by cows.socure
a large How of milk, ana If fed but once
a ilny, Immediately after tho morning
milking, they Impart no unpleasant
taste to the milk. Either old ground
or fresh sod may bo taken, and It should
bo manured very liberally. We have
succeeded well by planting cabbages as
a succession crop between rows of early
potatoes, setting the plants the last of
Juno or first of July, and digging the
potatoes from the -Ith to the aitli, of the
latter mouth. In this cn-e, superphos
phate of lime, bone-dust, or some con
centrated fertilizer, should he applied
as soon as the plants aro uilrly establish
ed. If no other crop Is attempted, plow
with a double Michigan plow, and ma
nure thoroughly early in the season.
Keep the weeds down with the harrow
until June, nnd nt any time, from June
lt to July 1.1th, set out the plants, three
feet a part, and two feet in tho row. Six
or .-even thou'and plants can bo raNcd
to the acre. The transplanting and cul
tivating ran all he done by boys, vo-t-ing
not moro than one half as much as
the labor of men. If tlio cultivator be
Marled soon enough after the transplant
ing, the hoe need not bo used at all. A
good deal depends upon getting the
right varieties or cabbage and seed ol
tho best finality. Tho llcrgcn Drum
head, Premium Flat Dutch, and stono
Mason aro among tho best varieties for
Held crops. Sow tho seeds in well work
ed, rich seed-beds threo or four weeks
before tho plants are wanted. Auicrt
TMi.llttg rut mote l.umt.
).i: of tho most grievous errors ot
the paM and present generation of
American farmers, is tliemost insatiable
thirst for mora land. Not one In tithou-s-ind
though postesncd of llvu times as
many acres as ho can profitably or suc
cessfully till, is satisfied. Whllo this
Is perfectly natural It is at the same
tlmu very unwise. Tho farmer recogni
zes his wealth In tho multiplication of
ins orontl acres, lust as tho merchant or
banker does Ids, in the accumulation of
greenbacks, but the differences between
tho two Is that tlio farmer may add aero
to acre, without tho ability to render
the Investment productive, whllo the
meichaut or banker has no diniculty in
finding prulltublo investments for ids
greenbacks. It Is always bad policy to
buy moro land, and givo manure In
homeopathic doses to that already In
poscsidoi!. The snfo and suro guide for
tho farmer Is to attempt tho cultivation
of no moro acres than ho can keep In
perfect good heart, and ovcry day's ex
perlence demonstrates the fact, that
with occasional exception?, n little farm
well tilled Is more profitable In tho end
than a largo onelmllfforoutly cultivated
Wo once raid a story of a Frenchman
who had two daughters. One of them
married, and received one half of the
patrnid vineyard as her dowry. To tho
old man's surprise, tho half ho had re
served, receiving as much cultivation
as ho formerly bestowed upon the
whole, yielded us much as ho had done.
Tho second married, and hogavo her
ono iiairof what ho hud loft, and still
luul as many grapes from his remaining
fourth at housed to get from tho whole.
'I hero isavolumo of pratlcal truth
this llttlo anecdote, its moral Is, at
tempt tho cultivation of nonioru laud
than you can cultivate well, Journal
nf the l iirm.
'I'm: march of Radical despotism
no election In Virginia no election In
Mississippi no election in Texas no
election in Florida. " Let us havo
Husband In tho Kitchen A
OstT. on a lime there was u man, mi
surly and ero-s, lie never thought his
wife did anything right In tho house.
So one evening, In haymaking time, hn
camo home scolding and swearing, and
showing his teeth and making a dust.
'Dear love, don't be so angry; tlioro
Is a good mini," said Ids goody j "to
morrow let's change our wcrk. I'll go
out with the mowers and mow, and
you shall mind the house at home."
Yes I tho husband thought that would
do very well. Ho was quite willing ho
So early next morning his goody took
a scythe over Iter shoulder and went In
to the hay-Held wllli the mowers, and
began to mow; but Ihn man was to
mint', the hoiw,tintl wink at home.
First of all, be waiilnl to churn but
ter, but when he churned awhile ho got
thirsty and went down to the cellar to
tapa lurrel of ale. So, Just when ho
hud knocked in the bung, and was put
ting the tap Into the cask, lie heard tho
pig come into tin kitchen overhead.
ThcnoIVlie ran up tho cellar steps, with
the tap In his hand, ns fist as ho eoutd
to look after 'tho pig lest It should upset
the churn; but when he got up nnd saw
the pig had already knocked tho churn
over, and stood there grunting amongst
the cream which was all over the floor
lie got so wild with rago that ho quite
forgot the ale-barrel, nnd ran nt tho pig
as hard as he could, lie caught it, too,
Justus It ran out of (toon, and gavp It
such a kick that piggy lay for dead on
tho spot. Then all nt once ho remem
bered ho had tho tap in his hand; and
when ho got down to the cellar ovcry
drop or ale hail run out of tho cask.
Then ho went Into the dairy nnd
found enough cream left to fill tho churn
again, and so lie began to churn, for
liuttcr they must havo for dinner.
hen lie had churned a hit, ho remem
bered that their milking cow was still
shut up in tho barn, and hadn't n bit to
eat or a drop to drink nil tho morning
though the sun was high. Then nil at
onco ho thought 'twas too far to take
her down to the meadow, so he'd Just
get her up on tho hou-e-top for tho
noiiso you must know, was thatched
with sods, and a fine ciop of grass was
growing there. Now their house lav
close up against a steep down, and ho
thought Irlio laid a plunk across to the
thatch at tho back, he could easily get
tho cow up.
Hut still he couldn't leavo the churn.
for thero was his llttlo babo crawling
aiiout on the floor, and "in Icavo It,"
ho thought, "the child is suro to upset
It." So he took the churn on his back.
and went out with it ; but then hotho't
he'd better first wnter tho cow, before
he turned her out on tho thatch ; so he
took up a bucket to draw water out of
the well ; but, ns ho stooped down at
tho well's brink all tho cream run out
of the churn over his shoulders, and so
down Into tho water.
Now it was near dinner time, and ho
litirt'iit even got tho butter yet j so ho
thought he'd best boil tho porridge.and
filled tho pot with water and hung It
over tho nro. When lie trail dono that
ho thought the cow might perhaps fall
off tho thatch and break her legs or her
neck. So ho sot up on tho house to tio
her up. Ono end of tho ropo ho mad o
fust to tho cow's neck, and tho other
end ho slipped down tho chimney nnd
tied around his own thigh; and ho had
to make haste,for tho water now began
to boll In to pot, and ho had still-to
grind tlio oatmeal.
So ho began to grind nway ; but whllo
ho was hard at it, down fell tho cow off
tho house top after nil, nnd ns she fell
she dragged the man up thechimnoy by
the ropo. Thero ho stuck fast , n nd, as
for the cow, alio hung hair-way down
tho wall,swliiging between heaven and
earth, for she could neither get down or
And now tlio goody had waited sev
en lengths nnd seven breadths for her
husband to come and call them homelo
dinner ; but never a call had they. At
lust she thought sho had waited
long enough, and went home. Hut
when she got there and saw tho cow
hanging In such an ugly place, sho ran
up and cut tho rope In two with her
cythe. Hut, ns sho did this, down
camo her husband out of tho chimney ;
nnd so when his old dame camo Inside
tho kitchen, there sho found him stand
ing on Ids head In thoiiorrldcc-not.
Hens leads mo to remark, in tho fust
place, that thus far they nro a success.
'1 hey are domestic, nnd occasionally
That is owing to t licit not being blled
enough lit their younger days ; but the
hen ain't tow blame lor thK
Hlled hen Is universally respected. j
Thero is a great deal of originality too
in tho hen exactly how much I cannot
tell, historians tight so much nbout cm.
Sum say Knower had hens with him In
the nrk, nnd sum say ho did not. So it
goes, which nnd tother.
I can't tell yu which was bom fust.
the hen or tho egg ; sometimes I think
tho egg wuz, and I sometimes think 1
don't kuo, and I can't tell now which
is right for tho lite of me.
Laying eggs Is tho hen's best grip.
A lien that can't lay eggs-Is laid
One egg is considered a fair day's
work for alien. I have heard of their
doing better, but I don't want a hen of
mine to do It it is apt to hurt their
Constitution and by-laws, nnd thus im
pair their future worth.
The poet sen beautifully;
"Hrtinel.ii.ly has stole our Mew hen,
X w Ish they'd It t tier bee,
She used tolnySfeWladny,
Ami Sundays she laid 8."
This sounds now enuffforpoetrv. but
I will bet 7" thousand dollars that It
nover took place.
A 1'itixcixs' W.iiimoiiE.--Tho ward
robo of tho 1'rlncess Mcttcrnlch has been
carefully enumerated, and contains tho
following garments: J19 dresses of silk,
trimmed with 1,900 yards oftrlmtnlngs;
i in gowns oi various materials, adorn
ed with ono million of buttons; 01
watKing dresses and cloaks, ornament'
ed with ono ton of bugles; fil shawls of
various sizes and colors; 162 petticoats,
in variety; L75other under garments!
3f pairs of stocklugs; ISC pairs! of
gloves ot overy known color ; If) pairs
of boots nnd shoes ; 71 sashes and belts;
Hi brooches, in vnrioty; T2 pairs of ear
rings, in variety; 31 fans; L'l parasols;
1 umberella. Jt will bo observed that
tlio consus taker lias skipped all aliu
Blou to bonnets and hat. The odious
word calico Is pointedly Ignored. I
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Hoofland's German Tonic.
Prepared ly Dr. ('. Jl. Jackson,
S'Ae Great Xemedlet
toft all munis or tie
LlVF.lt, STOMACH, or
Hoofland's Gorman Bittera
ta compounded ot tha pura Jutcca, (or h lliey sr.
mtdltlitally term ti, Kitradn ol
tod lUrkt, nu.k
m (JLi aMt
lyru from Al-
CbAM0 adtnUiurt qf dnjr Imd.
Hoofland's German Tonio,
U & eoroMrifctl'in ot ll Iht tmrrcdlrnU ot tlx
Bltler. with tli lureil qn kilty of Santa Vrui
nun. Orange, ci. nuking out of tht mml
pleMni ttvl ateuaUo remedies m crfferai to
Tdom preferring t Uedldnt trm tram A.k
hii'lo fcdmlit'jre, will uh
Hoofland's German Bitters.
In cmci of nerrone deprtuloo, whta tost
ftlcotioilii iLlrauiUi ! Dceeiiu-j,
Hoofland's German Tonio
LCOld It UMd.
Tht Blttcra or tho Tonle are both oqoal!
good, tod contain tlia Mm titclteloal Irtuta.
Tho atomoch, from variety of canaca. aach M
odlueaUoo, Uja Ppa!, Ncnoua
Uali.ltv. te. la ST ,.r.intiA)r.
1U ruiicllona do ( im ratiiai. IT. a ra-
ault ol Khlih ta.
1B. BmO tl.ftt fh na.!an.
auRcra from aevcVal or moro or tlo folionlng
ConaUpitlon, Flutulcnco, InwiM Pile.
Fulnau of Blood to tho Head,
Aridity of th Stomach, Natuaa,
Hoariburn, Dloiruat for Food,
Fulnrai or Wolirht In tht
Stomach, Sour Eruc
tatiom, BLnkLns or Flut
tering; at tho tit of tho
Stomach, Stvlmmlna; of tna
Bead, Hurried or Difficult Breath.
lnr. Fluttering at tho Heart, Choklnz
or BuObcatlni Seniatlona whan in
Lyini Foature, Dtmncia of
Vialon, Dote crWebt before
the Sight, Dull Fain In
the Bead, DoflcloncT
of Peraplratlon, Yellow
neea of the Bkln and Kyea,
Pain in the -j-p. Side, Back.
ChSiu wLlm, (iWlfc ba. etc., Bud.
denFlu.heaof IMJp Heat, Burn.
In In the .S, Fleah, Con.
titani Imaaininfa of Evil, and
Oreat Depreaaion of Spirit.
Thcao remedlea trill offcctoallr curt Mrer
lora.laltt, Janodlco, Dyapopalt, fbronlo or
Ntrvoua DtoUlty, Cbroolo tflarrtuae, Ulaaato ol
tho Kldncja, and aU blwuta arliln from a
tllaorderod Llrcr, tilomacn, or IoUaUse.
llaarLTlfo mom ivr Carta vaiTivai!
PKOSTUATION OV TBS SYSTEM.
UneoiD ir Strata luaoa, Diuiaira,
Biroigii, Firm, aro.
Then It ae medicine extant equl Ui thtat
rtmtdlet In iiita cam. A tone and vlk-or II lav
Iff" J" !";VU Sraltm, tko AnMu U
Dtrtnthnied,food - u tnjoyei, tht
aUanoch dig tilt TWi prom 4tVr. lb.
Uood It tmiided,. JMI Co ubnltrloo
tMwoiacatouadaDd ataWi btalUir, tht ytl
low tingi It oradlcttod from the ovta, a hloom
ta glvta to tht ehtokt, tad tht weak and mrrou
laajd bocomeaa atroaf and health Ulag,
rertotu Advanced in IAf,
AM fttllof Iht hand of tlma velgnlnf Martn
a poo thru, with all Ita ttumtanl tfla, wIU find la
tht u of thlt UilTEKH, or tht TONIC, aa
tllllr thai wtU In. ul now lift Into their Telia,
reatoro In a tocaauro tho energj and ardor of
mora youthful daje, build op their l&runken
forma, and give health aod htrplueat ta their
It ll a well eatahllahed fact that fulli one half
pf tht fetuali ror tlon of our popn-
laUon art leldotu TT In tht enJoiu.Hit
oliood l.enlthior, H a to oat their own
llpreaalon "ne,rr heaVtaW ftol well." Tliev
are langul.1, JovoM of all merge, cttrtiaely ner'
eoua, and hat a no tpcUte.
.r'!'!,'.cl,,0, Pctiont tht mTTERS.orlU
n M fj, la taeclally recotnsictided.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Art mxtle Hrong If the nit of either of theee
remediM. I'll? will curt every wee of MA
IlASMUa, wHLyut fall. 7
Tltounii of crtlflct4 hare Keumnlated 'n
tne hnJe of the proprietor, but ir see will eJlow
of the putlicUun of but a few. Tboee, It wUI
UoUcrtcJ.ue inert of not ted of such tUaJ
Lng thftt Uiey rauil U beUered.
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward,
Cftt'Juitu.t of tfu Suprtmt Court er, writ
. . rSitiMphia, Usreh 18. 1M7.
i mia iiooi- - . lund i
DHtere ' le 4 kimkJ ym toiilc, 1
ia-.eMMejf tlifai Jg iiive
ndof rreat Un CaH ULK iinr
"I fliiJ Iioof- lund'i Ucrriuil
uiity, iii want of ntrvoue laloa lu tht ej item.
"ULU. W. WOODWAHD."
Hon. James Thompson,
Judkt ( tht .Sufrtm Cvurt i'tnniylvanfa.
Arlj.V,,.""-., A prtl 2M,
"I comliUr 'Hufllaiid'e Umiun linto'
fdiwt meidtit In cn.e of ltm ke of lifliyr
tluD or I'jf;.i!. 1 cad ceriifi ll.le from uj
tlj'trlsiire vt il.
" Voure, with ripcct,
From Rev, Joseph II, Keiiwrd,
Faster nf Vu JtiUH Hijut Chunk, I'lHldJ'tfUt.
Ir, Jartim Dirnr Hir: 1 lm m f-i'nutiilly
rerjiieiaj.l to ctiiinitt my ti irne wih r-tw miitfii-
ua.lWIIB Ul UllU-irili ftllaUa Ul HHIIiniH.,, I.u ry,
girding the .r rj-,ry r n ' "t "
nproprlMte lkT ei-Urv, 1 U, lii
Jlcn.i.tJll.nJ; II Jpy I but MM. dwr
proof In virloje Ud liiitAiir.'ai-iu.ltd r.
tlculnrlyln tny own fumlly, of th unr-rulntM of
Dr. .lonllaiufe Oirnun ll.lti-r, I ieMU rr oin
from my uiuul course, to eiiri'm ui fit i iouIl
tion tlittt, fur gtntral Jtfcii-y f Iht ty$'tm, 0rl
ippftvilly Jut Ittir VvmiJamt, ti ti a f atnl
inxiuabU prrjKirvtion. In eniiw cuvn uwy r.lj:
buluni-.il, J doubt not, It will Uv() Ui iltt.,.1
to U.o ho uifor from the hIhi caum,,
Vourn, very mim-lfullv,
. II. KhNNAltl.,
Lilitb, Ulow Coatve Hi
From Rey. E. D. Fendali,
Jlifitinj editor Chrittian Chroirttt I'hiUdti-
h',.I1,,e'1 dcHe4 levftl from tbe uh ot
IIooBeM e Utrnittn llitteri, tTiid feel it my prM
le ge ui rewmmeu.l ti.eui i raoii f alunlfe toolc
Uj U who are iiitlfring from goner debility or
from dlee.a iu..lng from derangemeut of tba
Ufer. luure truly,
llooflanij'e Orrroan lUmedlea art aoartterfelt
JACttrfONieoo m tho wrapper of
rrlnclMl Offlet an 4 Uanufulory at Iht Oar
rnaa Uejiclne btore.No.aJl ARCII UuetL VhU
adelphla. CUA.BI.Ea, it. EVANS,
itermaa Drurlal. 1'roph.tor,
For tali y all proijlau and Dealer! in Utdl-
Hoonand'l Qerman CllUn,cer hotu
rr..., " aoiea..... I at
ClUoi.. .. r ' uiqttan
yar bultlt, or a Lalf dozen for
ItT Do not for, tt to tiamlnt well Ut anlcla
sbj, la eider le fit thi iiuulna.
Jauuarjr il, lu.
fiiesii AimiVAL of
FALL AND WINTKIt GOOIW.
i Tlie su Wrlbor liai Junt returned from t he ri t leu
with another largo nnd nelect OMortment of
HPIHNO AND HUMMEIl (100DS.
piirchitscd In Now York nnd riillndelplilrt nl the
iowe ngure, nna wiilelt ho l determined to oell
on iw modernto terms nn enn be procured ehe
wneroin luoomsuurs. JUiBtocU comprise
liADMaW' DUH8M OOODH
of the choicest Mylca nud latest fashions, ttethor
with n largo ;nrtsortment of Dry UoodA mid (Irn
cerles, consist Ing of the folton lug nrtlcles t
Li nen n,
Queensware, I lard Hate
Hoots and Shoei,
llatu and Cnpa,
AND NOTIONS GEN KALLY.
Iu short, everything usually kept In country
gtorefi, to which tie Invites the attention of the
public generally. The highest price will be paid
for country produce In exchange for goods.
8. II. MlXLt.lt A. HON.
Arcade Building, nioomsb'irp, Pa.
REAT REDUCTION IN PRICK
AT PETKIt KNT'S 8TOIIK,
IN I.iailT HTKEET,
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
THK dtilncrlbcr Itns Just recclvo.1 itn.l lutu on
linnil nt Ills old tniid In Light Street, a large anil
ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE
purchased nt the lowest figure, nnd which he
determined to sell on ni moderate terms na
bo procured eNewltere In Light Street,
tvn cAsrr on cou.vtkv rnonttch.
Ills stock consists of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
choicest styles nnd latest lashlons,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Cotlouades, Kentucky Jntn.
AC, in i(i
Qlteenswnre, Cedarwnre, Hardware, MedlcltteSj
Drugs, Oils, Taints, io.
BOOTS A SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
In short everything usually kept lu a connlry
stere. The patronage of his old friends nnd the
public generally, Is respect fully solicited.
The highest mat ket price paid for conntry pro
duce. FETEH KNT.
Light Street, Nov. 8 1607.
J J. B R O W E R,
Ik now oiiermg to tne public nis Ktock or
.y p n i A" a goods
consisting lu part of n full line of
INGRAIN, WOOL AND RAG
Fine cloths and casslmere for tiltcs' coat,
HANDSOME DIIKS8 GOODS,
of all patterns and qualities, Inlalds aud Trlnts
of various qualities and prices,
BLEACHED AND BKOWN MUHLINS,
LADIE'S FRENCH CORSETS,
Good assortment of
LADIES' it CIlILDnEXa UA1TEK84 HOOTS.
Fresh Groceries and Splccs. New assortment
GLASS AND QUEENS-WAItE,
FX NO. 1 MACKEREL
lu oue-half and one-fourth barrels.
Now Is tho tlmo to luako your selections, as I
am offering goods at very low prices, and our
motto Is fair dealing to all, and not to bo under
sold by any. J. J. IlttOWEU.
Bloomsburg, April 12. ISG7.
jg A U G II'S
1IAUOII & .SONS, I'hlladelphla,
NOHTII-WESTEIIN FE11TILI7.INO CO.,
v IIAUdU'S HAW HONK l'HOSPHATK,
(M rer 2000 pounds.
HAUGH'S CHICAGO HONE FEllTILIZEIl,
f.V) per 3K) pounds.
HAIIOH'H CHICAOO I1LOOD MANUllE,
SV) per 2(100 pounds.
The nboe Manures are furnished In both bugs
ttnd barrets.whlchever tustonters prefer,
44'The bags,are,nnlfornt lit weight 100js)itnds,i;
The attention of Farmers is especially directed
to the. fact that tho souices of thu Haw .Mnterlul
of which the above Manures ure com posed, are so
wen ttnuer control mill wo call jurtllsii inem of
ssrlctly uniform qualliy and condition, imdthut
thoy couutltt it larger percentage of nmmoulit tlian
any other rlass of mtttiufaetttred mantlles In lite
'-O H. Delaware Aeniie, I'lillit,
N0HT1I WESTEHN FEUTILIZINfl (O.,
for, Ijtke and Ijisttlle sis,, Chicsgo,
i- Ilitttgh's Comtntrelal Manures may be pro.
cured Irom dealers lit any of the prlnclul towns
In tlie Udlttd Htates or ltomlnhiu of Canada.
I). V. Masters, Mlllvllle, nnd W. Kcott.offut.
nwlssa, Agents, (July W.'W-Siii.j
. AHTUAN. C. II. MI.UNaEK, F, K, KATMAK,
RTMAN, DILLINGER & CO.,
NO, 220 NOKTH Tlllllll STItEET,
Xrarly ciqwslte Jamtl, Kmt, HmUt it Co.)
Wholesale Dealers In
VAlt.NH, HATTING, WADDINO, CAM PETS
Oil, CLOTHS, HHA11ES, FLY KKTtf,
GRAIN RAGS, CORDAOE, AC. ALSO,
WILLOW AND WOODEN WAKE,
miVBIIM, TKU.NKS, LOOKINO ULABXK1I, BTC.
May 10, 18U7-ly.
JOWE, EUSTON & CO.,
Manufacturera and Wholesale Uealera In
COrrON YAIINH, CARPET CHAINS,
DATTH, WICKS, TIE YARNS, COUDAOK,
BKOO.MS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
LOOK'O OL.S.SHKS, CLOCKB, KANCY BASKETS
TAI1LE, FLOOR, AND CARRI AOE
OIL CLOTHS, Aa, '
No, 630 Market Street, south aide,
JOHN O. YEAQEIl & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
HATH, CAlW, STRAW OOO DH, AND
No, 257 North Third Stre.t,
yyAIlTMAN A ENQELMAN,
TOHACCO, SNUFF A HEUAIt
JiO. S13 SOKTU TUIRUSTltaiT,
Second poor below Wood,
J. W. WAKIMAW I. KwsatMAH
VOR NEAT AND CHEAP
CALL AT TUK COLUMBIAN OYrtUK
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL
WAY. On nnd niter May 10th 1N1S, Trains will
leavo NottTllf Mnr.ni.ANn ns follow s i
125 A. M.. Dally to Wllllnmsport, (earcpl ftinday)
forKlmlrn, t'ntinndnlgtta. Hot hosier, Ilullalo.
Suspension llrldgo, nnd N. Kails,
CM I". m., Dally, (except sunditys) fur Elntira and
Itttllalnvln Erie, llnttwny front Eltnlra.
(1.1! p.m., Dally, (except Sundays) for Williams.
Ml A.M. Dally (except Monday's) for Raltlmore,
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
II. On A. A. Dally (cxepnl Sunday's) for Ualllmore,
Wnsltlligtolt nnd I'nlladelpfiin.
I:i. H, YOUNG,
General Passenger Agent.
LACKAWANNA AND BLOOMS
on nnd niter May lltlt, ISOs, Passenger Trains
will run ns fnliowsi
Going South, Going North.
Leavo Leavo ArrKo Airle
a. in. p. in. n. nt. p. m.
Scintitim 5.'jo ::m il. lu i. 17
Pulsion o.no i.m m.:) n.lo
Kingston II.2H 4.n l".ll H.l'l
Plymotitli il. u l..Vi 7.11 H.23
Hhlckshluny 7.2-J 6.10 lull 7.IW
Herwlck 7M nil K.-JO 0..rS
Hloom 8.3il II. Vi 7.HI (1.10
Hlipert H.tll 7.01 7. .HI (I.M
Danville . 11.10 7.12 7.VJ IU0
Arrlvo Arrlvo Leao Iave
Norlh'd ti.SO .'i" 0.2J l.i
Tho 11.10 Traill nt Seranton makes connecliotis
Willi Exptess Train for New York nt II o'clock
p. tn .. arriving iu New York 0,50 p. m.
II. A. FONDA, Sllp'l.
WINTER TIME TAI1LE.
TllltOl'alt AND DIIIECT UOUIK Itl.TWKKN 1'IIILA
Dr.U'lIIA, I1ALT1MOUE, II AllltlSIlUlia, WII.
LlAMSl'OKT, AND T1IR
GREAT OIL REGION OF PENNSYLVANIA.
KLKCJANT SLKEl'INO CAItS
On all Night Tlnlns.
On and nfler Monday, May lllh IKIS. the
iraius on ino I'liiiauciiiiun .K lrlo Itnll itoad will
luu us luuuiinj
MAIL TRAIN hnf l'lilln.lrlnhln 11.1., tim
" " " Xotthumbeiliiiid.aO.n a.m
" " nrr, nt V.tiv 8.G0p.m,
KRIi; KXritKfcH lcne I,hllmlt'lpihu...l2.00 in.
' ' " Nort'd U..V) p.m.
" " nrr. nt Krle lO.Uia.m,
laij.Mll.A M.Mlt ICJUL'H 1'I.J UUlf'I plllll K.IMtl.m,
" " " Norlh'd 4.'i p. in
" ' nrr, at Ixjckllavcn ".ijihin,
MAILTUAIN leaves Krlo 11.00 n.m
' North'd 11-0 p.m.
" " nrr. nt riillmlclplilu .".to n. in
Kltll. IIXPUIlSHlcnveH KilP 7,111 p.m,
" " " Not I'd .M.it.i.in,
urr.nt Philadelphia l.uup.m,
KLMIRA MAirkncR ImcM Haven 7.10a.m.
" " " North'd 10.IUu.in,
nrr. nt IMilhultrhihlii Il.lltii.iii.
Mnll nnd Kxpross (onnert8 with all traliu on
cers Icavlntr Phlhulplnlila nt 12.(MJ M. arrive nt r
vlneton at ii.l0n.in. nnd Oil City nt U.50n.m,
U'HVli.jf Phllndtlphlant tww r, M, arrlvo Oil nt
uiy nt 4.'tip, m.
All truh w rin Wnrrnti .V r run kiln Iliillwnv
mnkc Iohu cnnnpctliin nt Oil City with trains Ur
rinuKHiiniuuviroieuint.1 litre. iingaajicciu'eUiM
Ooncrnl Hiiperlntemh-nt. VllllamtiiK)rt.
KADI NO RAIIiHOAI).
HUaMMint AltU.VNOnMKNT, May'JUh lnj-f,
(Jrrnt Trunk Mno from tho North nnd North
WfHt tor l,hlludeIilila,Nt'vlrk, Heading, I'otlK
lll(,Tnmnnua, Ashland, Lebanon, Allcntown,
L'aston, Lphratn, LItl, Lnncnstrr, Columbia, At.,
Trains Uhm lliirrKlinru' for Nmv Ynrlr. tin iiil
lows: At2,j.,5,'iiniidNlun. in., U,. noon and
a.Uj tX l,-kiI.III.,riIllail.'t'llIlR Willi hlllllliir llllllll till
tho l'a. ltnilroiul, and nnlvlng nt Now York nt
U.trr, ivr.uu IV. ij,.ju 11,111,, iV tl,.W i,tu it iU.-HJ Jl.ll I.
Meeplntj earn ncronipniiylnt; tho 2trj0 n.m. mul
p.iii. iruins wnnout cuniiKe,
Li'Ru lturrlshnri? tnr ltpnillntr. I'oltsvllto. Tn
mnqua, MlncrKllle,Ahhland, lli,eJro e. Allt-n-
utwn iimi i-i ti ii( e niua nio.iu n.m.. nna i:.ui nna
i,iu n.m., Miippintcni lA'uiinon nna principui way
miiudiik; uiu p.m. m:utin ccmiu'ruinis mr
l'hlladolnlilft nnd I'ohiiiihlnoiilr. Fur l'dttHVllle
Kclitivlklll 1 1 live 11 nnd Aiilmiii. via HphnvlklU
nml hnsoiu'liannii Rullrnid. Iciivo llnrrlsburir nl
V P'tn- RciuriilUKi Jituo New York nt u.tu
n.m. ni ul 12.1U in., nml fi.DO nud 11,00 p.m. Hleeplnjj
eiirsaccompanilny tl.oU."Oa.m.,nnda,0() nnd 8,(10
p. in,, iruuin wirnout riiaiiRe. nay iikhciirci
Train leaves I,lilla(lclphl.iat7.'t0n.m.,ieturnlnK
irom j.eauniKni u,.jup.m isiupmiiB ui nil kuuioiin;
I'oLtsvHIo nt h' l.i n. in., nnd '2.t iii.in.. ARhlninl H im
n.m and 12,l noon, nnd 2,00p.m., Tain aqua ul
8,:H) n, in, nml I,o)and f.t j p, m.
nnd Kusquchanua. Railroad ut",io a.m, and l,tn)
Rendlnc Accommodation Train lonvrs ltcndim?
nt7,'Wa.m.,ifturulng from I'hlladelphla at 5,1 i
Tottfttown Accommodation TrnlmlcaveHrotts
town at(j.liii.m..4rcturiihi!. lcaeH l'hlladelnhla
nt 4,:to p.m.
.(JO n.m.. and tM. p.m. for Kotnuta. Lltiz. Luikum.
ttT, Coliiinblii, Ac,
j-i'iKioiiH'ji jtnii jiimti i rntiiM ieavo rciKiomen
Tunctlnii nt, ll.otJ n.m.. nml j-.M 11. in. ltotitrnltitr
LeavoHlclppack nttl.ln,m., and 1,15 p.m., con
necllnir wllli Hlnillar tinlnfiu Krndtni' lfjillr.irul
On HunduyK, leave New York nt 8,00 p.m., i'hll
adelphla tf.oo a.m. nnd :1,13p.m., tho H.ou n.m. train
runuliiK only tu Rinding; 1'ottKvtlIo ,M tun.;
HarrlsbutK 6,2. n.m. and -1,10 and l,:tj ji.m,, and
Rending at 1.10 aud l',i" and 7,15 a.m. for HarrlN-
and p.m. for I'hlladelplila.
Commutation, Mileage, heaon, Peluiolnnd Kx
cnrslon ttektta to nud irom nil point'', at i educed
lianBaRo cheeked through ; 100 poumNnllowed to
O. A. NICOLLM,
Reading, Pa., May 20, Uiw.
UK BEST IS THE CHEAPEST!
THK HI NO Kit HAVING MAOI1NK
1IKAPS TlltS J.IHT,
And liiuls thei olttiiin 4,tUj8 nhend of nil othciw.
i ills aiticniuu ih ino
most roruLAU IN usu.
It uses the finest necdlo ofnnv Mnchluo In ex-
Auy luuy wanting a good
SEWING M A 0 II 1 X 13,
Will ronbult her own lnterttdH hy buying a
hINGKR. Jtlseuslcrto run. Unrn nnd keep In
order thunnny Machlno in tho world.
0T.n 350,000 OF Til KM IN UKK.
TtiofnlIet lnstructloii Given lhosn nlm inir.
chaM,nnd tho Machine wii.i. itn waiwiantf.u to
you for one j ear.
l'lenhuinllat myHtorennd satisfy yourKelvcH,
Hero j on will find Needles, '1 bread uud Hllk.
DAVID I.OWKNIIKRU, Auent
April :i,'C8.tr. Kloomohurg, Pa,
O h V M IJ I A HOUSE,
Havino lately purchased and filled up tho
welNknowti Uoblson Hotel Property, located ft
FEW I100RS ABOYB THE COUltT IIOUSK,
on tlio hanio sldo of the street. In tlio town of
lUooinsburg; and having obtained a license for
the Kit mo in u
the Proprietor has determined to give to tho peo-
liu visiting u.u iuivu uu uuinea or pieuaure,
A LITTLE MORE ROOM.
Ills stnhllng also la extensive, and Is fitted up
to put buggies and carriages In the dry. Ho prom
lues thnt everything itbout his establishment shnll
bo conducted In nil orderly and lawful manner;
aud he respectfully solicits a share of tho publlo
1 atrunage. myl7'07-iu,
J 1'. BEARD,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
H ATS, CAPS, FURS, AND STRAW (I00D8,
No. (13 Market Street,
NYDER, HARRIS & UASSETT,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
Nos. 62$ Market, and 623 Commerce Street,
Q. W. IJLABON & CO.,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES.
Warehouse, No. LII North Third Street
J H. WALTER,
Lata Waller Kaub,
liuiwter and Dealer Id
CHINA, O LASS, AND QUEENSWAHK,
No. 231 North Third Street,
botween Race aud,Vlne
C. II. IIOllMK. W, H.HlKfJ. J. U, HEYHKHT
JOHN STROUP & CO.,
Successors to Htroup it Brother,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH,
No, iM North Wharvea, and 23 North Watr tt.,
GROCERIES, &c, S
ON V EC T 10 N K K Y .
The lind.rslant-tl wnttlil rfsnMlnillr nnnonnco
In tho imblla tltal he ltan opened a
FIIIST-CLASS CX)NFlXT10NnHY STOUE,
In Ihnlmlltllng laleljr ocetiplotl hy llrmnnl Blnh.
iter, svhero ho la preparedlo ruriilsh nil ttlntlstir
PLAIN A FANCY CANDHS,
KonnaN a noMnsTic rituiTH,
NUTS, ItAIHlNSiC., AC, AC.
1IY WIIOI.HIAI.C OH IlETAII..
Ill ahort, ft full nssorlmrnt of nil nomls In
lila line or business. A great variety or
DOtitiH, TOYS, Ac,
aitllahle for tlio Holiday. Particular Attention
IIIIUAI) AND CAKHR,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
A call Is solicited, and tatlsfuttlou will ho
Nov. 22. 1687. KCKUART JACOI1S.
C. C. MARK'S
N E W STOUE
to sinr k's n i.oc k,
ON THK COItNKK OK MAIIKKT AND tltOV yTKKETH.
The tttiderslgncd having letelved from the elty
n full and complete supply of
8PRINO AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
TIN-WARE AND HARD-WARE,
CKDAIt A.Vfl H'It.tOM:iRK,
TOD A C CO,
A T S A X 1) .V II O K ,S',
FLOUR, SALT, 1'ISII, AND MEAT,
nil of which I propose selling nt a very low figure
ror cash or produce.
Call and see.
April 11, 1WI7. I', C. .MARK.
FALL AMI WINTEII noons
FALL AND WINTEII (lonl)H
FALL AND WINTER (IOOIW
FALL AND WINTER OOOIls
FALL AND WINTER UOOIKs)
HATS AND CAIN.
II ATS AND CAPS
HATS AND CAl-s;
HATS AMI (.'A IN
HATS AND CAIHI
HOOTS AND SII0E9
HOOTS AND SIIOIX
HOOTS AND MllDEs'
HOOTS AND HIlOEs
HOOTS AND SIIOIW,
PAINTS AND OllJt,
PAINTS AND OI I.M,
PAINTS AND OILS.
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINT'S AND OILS!
I IN WAItE,
NEAL ft CO.'S,
NEAL ft CO.'s!
NEAL it CO.'S.
NEAL & CO.'S.
.Main ami Market Streets,
Main and Market Streets,
Maui and Market Streets,
Main aud Market Streets,
Norlhwest corner of
Northwtsl corner of
Nortltwr si .'timer of
Northwest .urner of
Northwest co rutr of
iam mm .uuiuei nireets,
IRON AND NAILS,
I RON AND NAILH,
I RON AND NA1W
IRON AND NAILS
IRON AND NAILS
In larce utinutttlts anil at L.tni.t rut.. ..tu....
on htmd. '
gCHELL, liERaER & CO.,
umhwi, (XI.M.MISSION MERCHANTS
FISH, SALT, CHEESE, PROVISIONS, Aft,
Nos. 12! and 121 North Wharves, above Arch St.
Hulo agents for Wilcox's Wheel Urease. In bar
rels, kegs, and runs.
"yy A I N WRI G IIT & CO.,
N, E, Corner Second nud;Arcli Streets,
TEAS, HYItUFH, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSI.
HICK, Sl'ICKS, III C'AltB SODA, iC, Ac.
ts. Orders will receive prompt nttcntlou.
May 10, 1807-ly,
JJ V. PETERJIAN,
with LIPPINCOTT TROTTER,
WHOLESALE 0 ROCERS,
No. Jl North Waler Street,
and No, SO North Delaware Avenue
EAVER & SPRANKLE,
WHOLESALE OROCERIES AND COMMISSION
Nos. 23 and 7.7 Arch Street
jyj m. siarple,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND
No. 63 North Third Street,
j ately" qpenedT
Im'!?, V,!""" '1 wonW respectfully Inform the
eltliensof llliHiiiikburgand vicinity: that hehaj
Jus t opened H shopoit Iron Street, between Mnln
and Tltlril, where ho will lollow tie cabinet la.
klug husliuss lu all Its brunches. Orders for
METALLIC OR OTHER COFFINS
tilled with promptness and despoteh. Repairs
cheaply made to all kluds of lurullufe, Inelud.
tig the lepla tlitgof raue-botlomed chairs. Pat.
terns for castings made neatly and eipcul ilous.
.'.'.n'"1,'.',";"" ' "llclled elllier lu per.ouor by
in all, picture Haines made lo order at short ntA
? ROIIKItr 1K1AN.
M BoaTu rouurn btiiiit,
. W. O. M'KHIIIIN, Proarletor.
May 10, 1887-ly,
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
IIARIjES W. SNYDER,
H A R I) W A R E,
IRON, NAILS, STEEL, AC, AC, AC.
MAIN STREET, J1I.OOMS11URO, PENN'A.
Tako this method of Informing llioritlrrtisof Co
lumbia routy, that ho has opened nn extensive
Hardware store on Main street, lu Hloomsburg,
near Iron street, nnd that ha hits on hand ft
LARGER STOCIC AND BETTER ASSORTED
than win ho round any where else In the county,
and which ho Intends In sell at prices which defy
CHAINS, AXES, STEEL, IRON.
1 have chains, all Blr.es. axes, all make nnd
weight, steel, all alecs, Iron, oil shapes, nnd nil
of every descriptions. Nails, nxle pnlleys, sash
cords, latches, locks and knobs, butt screws, sash
fasts, window springs, base knobs, strap hinges,
hasps and staples, hooks nnd staples, nnd In fact
everything needed lu that line.
COACH & WAGON MAKERS' HARDWARE,
enibrnclng almost every thlng'ln that line. Also
HARNESS MAKERS' HARDWARE,
Buckles, Japanned buckles, silver plated ; bltta
of every kind , Hames, lronipad trcest IIaues,
wood j saddlo trees, gig trees, girth web, worsted
aud cot tout thread, silk, nwlsnnd uecdlcs, tools
of nil kinds.
A full assortment for carpenters. 1 have planes
all kinds, saws ; hand, panucl, rip, and compass,
squares steel. Iron, and try t boring machines,
chlsles, augers, hovels, mallets, braces, gauges,
plows, rules, bits, and nbout evcrythlug for car
FOR THE PEOPLE GENERALLY'
I hnve con)
coal sifters, lant
erns,tnblecutlery,pocket cutlery, plated spoons,
plated foi ks, servers, tea and cof
fee pots.butler kulvcs,ml!l saws,
el oss cut saws, cl rcu lar saws, gang snws,
Hies, horse shoes.wre itches, rlvets,hnm
mers, hatchels, maltneks, picks, forks, grub
bing hoes, shovels, spades, spading forks, hoes,
rakes, bed plus, twlne,slcates, plows, collln trim
mings, Emery, led chalk, uhllechalk, wire,
ltorso nails, meat cutlers, scales, wash boards,
horse buckets, wooden palls, clothes
pins, glue, door mats, porch mnts, par
lor mats, coin poppers, paint
brushes, horse brushes, sleigh
bells, heel cnlks.etinmet
ed kettles, brass kettles,
Sledges, curtain Hxturcs,
Thlmbtcskclus nnd boxeiv
Pumps, lead pipe, etc.,
l an in ropo aim hundreds of articles not ,eniv
inernted constantly on hand at
Main Street, Hloomsburg.
Q.EORGE H. ROBERTS,
Importer nnd Dealer In
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, Ac,
No. SU North Third Street, above Vine,
JAI'OII lv. SMITH. J. It. SKI.T7.ER
gM ITH & SELTZER,
liupoitersunil Dealers In Foreign nndDomestlo
H A R D W A R E,
GUNS, CUTLERY, AC,
NO. IU!) J, TIllltDSTRFKT, AIl.rAM.OWIUI.I
IRON, TINWARE, &.C.
RATION Ah FOUNDRY,
Illoonisbuig, Columbia County, Pa.
Tho subscriber, ornnrltnr r,r ! ..tu.un..
exteuslvu establishment, Is uow prepared to ro
celvo orders for nil kinds nf
MACHINERY FOR COLLIERIES, BLAST
FURNACES, STATION. RY ENGINES,
MILLS, THRESHING MACHINES, Ac
Ho Is nlso tirenared to irnikn sinvn. nt ntt .t.n.
and patterns, Plow-Irons, and et erythlng usually
IMH.IU ut iii-hi-ciass r oununes.
His extensive fucllitlCM nml nrnotlnnt ,pn-t..n.n
wan-nut him In rrrelvlm; the lurie.t i-ntitm... n..
tho most reasonablo terms.
Grain of nil kinds will b tnken in t,.i.,, rn
This establishment Is !,wnto.t .... it... ,...,
wanna and Hloomsburg Railroad Depot.
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. M. RUPERT
nntiouuces to his friends nnd customers that
continues the nbovo busluess at his old place on
MA1JJ STREET, BLOOMSBURG.
Customers can be accomodated with
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, aud every va-
tiv,) ui uruciu loiuio. in n move nna Tiuwaro Es
tablishment In tlniMtluu .ml Il..ml
able terms. RepaliluBdouoatthoshortestnotice.
23 DOZEN MILIC-PANS
on hand for sale.
TEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON MAIN STKIET, NEAIllY OI'I'OSITK UI1.LKR'
THK linilerMtcnil line t.ict ftlta.l i.n.n.l ao..I
his new J
STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
In this place, where he Is prepared to mako tip
new T in Wauk of nil kinds in his line, and do
repairing with neatness nnd dlspntch, upon tho
most rensounble terms. He also keeus on hand
STOVES OF VARIOUS PATTERNS A STYLES
which he will sell upon terms to suit purchasers!
Hive lliln n eiill. tin lu .. n...l ....ni.
deserving of tlio publlo patronage. '
Hloomsburg, April 20. 1807. JAl-UU WtI&
TOBACCO & SBGARS.
fjiilli ONLY PLACE
to get the best
TOHACCO AND CIGARS,
AT WHOLESALE AND REI'AIU
u lew doors below the American House,
He has the largest aud most select of
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOHACCO
ever offered to the clllienB of lllooiusbtirg. All
and the best Fine-cut aud Plug
call be had at his counters.
In great variety are among his largo Hock.
DON'T FORGET TO CALL.
H. Jl. HUNSBEllGER.
JJ W. RANK'S
WHOLESALE TOBACCO, SNUFF, AND
No, 119 North Third Street,
between Cherry and Race, west side,
Q L. WOODRUFF,
Wholesale Dealers In
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, PIPES, Ac, Ac,
No. 13 North Third Street, above Market,
The undersigned would rcsiwctfully announce to
tha citizens, of Bloomsbnrg and the publlo gene,
rally tint he Is running nu
between this place and the different railroad de
notSllalll'tMlin.ln... ..l.ll . . ..
. ... , ,.-.iTO, iu ruiiuect wnn tne
several tralus going South nnd West on the Catu
wls.u nnd Wllllamsport lUllroad, nnd with those
Itolnu N'nrli. .mil Mnnit. n. .1.. v -..1
Tn ".7 .7 aJieautvanna BUtl
HlsOinuibussesaro la good condition, coraino
dlotis and comfortable, and charges reasonable.
Persons wishing to meet or see their friends do
P art, can be accomodated ujkju i easonable charge
by leaving timely notice nt any of the hotels.
JACOB L GIRTON, Proprietor,
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
AVE YOUR MONEY!
G REAT E U INDUCEMENTS!
GREATEST INDUCE M E N T S
THE OLD DRUG STORE
L. N. MOYER,
Where can be found tho i.aiicif.st nnd nrsr as
soitT.wr.ST, ever offered to tho citizens of this
DyeSlufls, Mixed Palms,
all of theso nro of the best knuwu make and nrs
warranted as pure nnd unndalterntnlr The nm si
and largest stock of
FANCY ARTICLE s
to be found In thlsnr ndjnlulug counties
Perfumery, Hair Dyes,
Fancy Soaps, Brushes,
HnlrOlls, Toilet Articles,
Stationery, Pocket Ilnnks
T O 11 A C C O E H .
Smoking and chcwlns,
Cigars of nil descriptions,
Pipes, cigar Holders.
Lamps, assorted sizes and styles,
Lamps, Chimneys, Siiadks, Buiinsiis,
Sponges, Chamois skins,
Syringes, Breast Pumps,
Trusses of nil approved patterns Ac, Ac.
A fine assortment of nro liquors for medical
purposes constantly on linnd and the he.i
known kinds of
Pati:nt MEiiiciNKsof every descrltlnn, In.
eluding tlio best varieties of pills unit tonics.
No such stock has ever been presented lo Uiy
people of this section of country.
Tho prtcesnro assinnll ns the stock Is large.
Tho Wholesale Jt icca aro moro favorable lo tlie
puichitser than ever, ns nrrungcineitts have bet it
effected with tlio wholcsnlo dealers In tho lart r
cities, so that goods can bo procured In BIikiiiin.
burgascheaplyns In New York or Pkilntlelphlii.
S-Country dealers nro earnestly Invited tn
study their own Interests, by examining this
Remember t lio place Exciianu r Block abo e
Exchange Hotel, Main street, Bloonisburg.
Jan. 31, lstis. Cm
IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE!
Orny-IIciiltil XV-njiln li.no tlttir
locks restored by it to lite tlatl, lustrous,
silken trtses of youth, nml aro happy !
liao theso iinf.isliiounblo folots changed to
n beautiful auburp, anil rejoice I
People wlioso heads aro covered with
Dandruff and Humors, use it, ami lt.it e
clean coats ami clear and healthy scalps!
lIall-IT-nlt-l VctomiiH lmie
tlteir remaining locks tiglttcnetl, and tin
haro apots covered with n luxuriant crow III
of Hair, and danco for joy I
Vounj? Gentlemen use it because It li
richly perfumed I
Younu Ladies u.o it because It keeps
their Hair In place!
Kvcrybody must anil iciVi use it, liccatue
it is thu cleanest and Lest article in the
For Sale by DruggisU generally.
AND 1011 SALE 1IY
L. N. MOYER and E. P. LUTZ, Dmgglsta,
BlonmsburK, anil M. M. BROIiBT, Catav. Issa,
January HI, lsos-3.
J R. MOYER,
WHOLESALE A RETAIL
COIl.NEll OK MAIN AND MARKET aruELlS,
where will bo round n large and select slock ,.
MEDICINES AND CIIEJIICALS
Also nil tho
l'ATENT MEDICINES OF THE DAY,
I am also prepared to furnish Country stores nil It
Castor Oil, Godfrey's Cordial,
and all other medicines kept In their line at City
09- Prescriptions carefully compounded at nil
In medicines, quality is of the first Importance.
Bloomsburg, Jnno7, HOT
fHE AMERICAN HAY KNIFE
1 AND Kflltk'.WA Ih. IIN.HlMI.1 ttl.l IIS
01 Columbia County witnessed the trial of hit)
lorks on the farm of Mr. 1'ursel, In Hemlock
Inwushlp, on Montlny, May 7, ihul, between the
Amerlt iili Hay Knife iitnl Fork luitiiurttctured by
SLIl'l It, WALIJs, SHRINER A Co., of wls.
I'lirg, 11i and the Rundel's Patent Hay llisik,
Ihe American Fork lifted moro hay III one
1 raugltt than the Ruiidel In three. Wo are sails
lied It will take as much hay Into tho mow ns two
l'ihsI horses can draw. Wo also saw It cutting
j, iimi miiiik 11 canuot no Dent as a liny mine,
and cheerfully recommend It as the best hay fork
nnd knife wo have ever seen.
l;v".'.IT.fNlltriu'I"i O. HAllillsos,
W. II. K'OOSS, JoilN DOAK,
John DtTEiticK, Daniel Novek,
H. DiaLESlll.LEK, SVLVESTElt 1'UK.SEL,
Mlt'HAKI, llKLLEH, JOHN Wol.F,
'J hey also manufacture the celebrated lltlckeya
Reaper and Muwer, and oilier agricultural Imple
J N S U R A N 0 13 A OK N U Y .
Noi Hi America 3CO,ooo
jEtua Llvo SttK'k 600,000
Insurance Company of State Peun'n KW.OiiO
Couneclleitt tnliinl T.tr., tni.ml.vi
North American Transit. Wldoo
FRIiAS BROWN, Agent,
mar8o7-Iy, Bloomsuuiiu, Pa,
RMBRUSTER & BROTHER,
Importers and Jobbers of
Slum's AND DRAWERS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
TJIIIKADS, SEWING BILKS,
TRIMMINGS, PORTK MONNAIEH,
SOAPS, PERFUMERY, FANCY GOODS, AND
NOTfnvH nvvt-ii . t t s-
Also Manufacturers of '
BRUSHES AND LOOKING GLASSES
and Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BROOMM, ROPES, TWINES, Ac,
No. 800 North Third Streol, above Vlue,
jyILLER it HOST,
Successors to Franklin p. Soltzor A Co.,
Bl aTLKl X VI V
importers and Wholesale Dealers In
I LIQUORS, WINES, Ac,
Nos. 110 and m North Third Street,
JUrsRS,Iy.EI-Th0 CllCMJHt HOOP