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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOM SBU11G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
&9t $be $oung olhs.
Prince Fatal and I'rlnee fortune
There vim oncoiipon a tlmo a Qtircn
who had two Httlo liny.a, who woro por
foctly liciiitlliil. A Entry, who w n
Kroit friend of the Quern, hint I won re
quested to ho RoilinotluT to Hump t'rtn
ws, and to endow each v Itli rmtnc (flft.
"I endow tho eldest," ...il alio "w'.lli
nil sorts of mWortmie nit It liu f tlnlns
linn)taof twentyvi', nnd t nntiiolittt
Futa!," At thoo v nrds tlio Queen lit
torsd plerctnR crle, nnd conjured tlie
Knlry to chnngo tier gift, "You know
not what you nslc," until she to 'ho
Queen. "If he ho not luiflirtunnlr he
will ho wicked," Thu Quest' din t ,ny
no more, but she bcptrcit ti.e Vi'y to
hIIow her to eliomo 11 gift fur herecoml
"Perhaps you will iiinlco a bud
.choice," replied tho Kulryj "but novo1"
mind I will agreo to Rlvo him nil that
you shall request of mo for him," "I
wish," said tho Queen, "that ho may
succeed always In everything ho may
dcslro to do that Is tho way to make
him perfect." "You may bo deceived,"
said tho Fairy; "therefore I grant him
this gift only for 11 vo-nnd-t wen ty years.' '
They selected nurse? for tho two llttlo
Princes i but on tho third day tho nurse
of tho eldest Prince rwuglit a fevrrs
they pavo him another, who fell and
broke her leg ; a third but her milk a-
soon assho was appolntc 1. A.il tho
report hcln? sp'-nivl thit the Prinze
brought inUforfuno on n't ltN tuiraps,
no one would snnklu , ; 'ii or nnproaeh
him. Tho poor child v '-o .-nt faiuKlied,
cried, nnd no nno pitied i 'ni. A fine
stout countrywoman, who had a rmut
number of children whom sho had
much trouble in supporting said that
sho would tako caro of him If they,
would trlvo Jicr ti larpo sum of money ;
and as tho King and Queo" did not like
Prince Fatal, they gave tho nurro what
she tpskeel, and told her to cir.y him to
The second Prince! whom they had
named Fortune, got on wonderfully.
Ills papa nnd inamina loved him pas
sionately, and never thought of their
eldest-born. Tho wicked woman to
whom they had given hlni was no soon
er In her own liouso than sho took from
him the beautiful clothes In which hu
was enveloped, nnd gavo them to her
own son, who was thesamo ago as Fatal;
nnd having wrapped tho Prlnco In an
old petticoat, sho carried him into a
wood where thero was an immense
number of wild hoasta, and put him
Into a hole with three llttlo lions, In or
der that ho might bo devoured. But
ihe mother of theao Hons did him no
harm; on tho contrary, she suckled
him, whlcn mado him Hit strong, that
he ran quite nlono nt six month-.
Meanwhile tho son of tho mine, whom
she made pass for the Prince. dl"il, and
the" King nnd Queen wen charmed to
think they had got rid of lilui.
Fatal remained in tti wood until lie
was two years old; nnd n nohlcuiiri ol
tho Court, who went to limit the re, wo
astonished to fin 1 him In tho midst o
tho beasts. lie to il' pity on him, car
ried him tohis hou-e, nnd having learnt
that they sought for a child to keep
Fortune company, ho presented 'dal
to tho Queen.
They gave a master to Fort i.ie to
teach him to read, but the., forbad" the
master to make him cry. Tho joung
Prince, who had overheard this, cried
every time that he took up his book
eo that at flvo years old ho did not know
his letters, whilst Fatal read perfectly,
and already knew how to write. To
frighten tho Prince, they commanded
tho master to whip Fatal every timo
that Fortune failed In his duties. Thus
Fatal, however good ho might he, did
not escape being beaten; whilst For
tuno was so wilful and so naughty, that
healways Ill-treated his brother, whom,
however, he did not know to bo such.
If any one gavo Fatal an apple or n toy,
Fortune snatched It out oi his hands ;
he made lilin bo silent wh"n ha wished
to speak; obliged htm to speak when
ho wished to bn client; In a word, ho
Was a liuli. nwtyr, osi whom no one
had any pity.
They lived thu-tt'l "iey wero ten
years old, nnd the Queen v.u much sur
prNed at the ignorance nt her t.n.
"The Fairy hiis deceived me," said she;
' I. thought that my wn would bo the
wlaost of Princes, beciu-ie I wished lie
might succeed in all that he should de
sire to undertake.'1 bho went to con
sult tho Fairy on tliu subject, who s-ald
to her, "Madam, you should have wish
ed your son to have a good disposition
rahter than talent, llu only desires t i
be wicked, nnd ho succeeds In being s ,
as you see." After having s.dd thoo
words to tho Queen, sho turned her
back on her. The poor Princess, much
ntlllcted, returned to tho palace. Sho
would have scolded Fortune to oblige
him to do better ; but Instead of prom
ising to correct his faults, ho paid that
If they vexed him ho would starve him
self to death. Then tho Queen, quite
frightened, took him on her knee, kiss-
ed him, gave him sugar-plums, nnd
told him that ho should not study for a
week If he would but cat as usual.
Meanwhile Prlnco Fatal becamo a
prodigy of learning nnd of gentloness ;
no was so accustomed to bo contradict'
ed, that ho had no will of his own, and
uevoicii muiseii 10 lorcstau tne uncles
of Fortune. But that naughty child,
who was enraged at soeln,' him more
clever than himself, could not bear linn,
and the masters, la order to plt-io the
young Prlnco, beat Fatal ovi-ry minute
At length tho wlckO'. boy told tin
Queen that lie would not havo Fetal any
longer In tils Big'' , and that ho would
sot cat till thoy ! nd driven him from
tho Palace. Thus poor Fatal was turned
into the street, and us they wero afraid
cf displeasing tho Prlnco, no ono v .ukl
Ho passed tho night under n. n dy.
Ing with cold, for It was winter, nnd
having nothing lor his supper hut n
morsel of bread which somo ono had
given him In charity. Tho next morn
ing ho said to himself, "I will not re
main hero doing nothing ; I will work
to gain my livelihood until I shall bo
big enough io go to tho wars. I remem
ber having read In history that common
eoldlera have become great captains j
perhaps I may havo tho same good for
tune If I am an honest man. I havo
neither father nor mother, hut God Is
the Father of orphans; Holms given
mo a lioness for my foster-mother! Ho
will not forsako me." After having
said this, Fatal arose up and said his
prayors Cor ho never failed to pray to
God morning ami owning and whwi
ho prayed hoit down hh yesjolm 1
hh haw!, and did not Juok about him.
A couutryinan, wh wm passing, and
taw that Fatal was praying with nil his
heart, said to himself, "t am sure that
must boon honest boy; 1 should llko to
take him to keep my sheep ; Ood will
lilpn tnu for his sake." 1 hu country
man wult.tt till Fatal had finished his
prayer, uiid.theii mid, "Mv llttlo friend,
vlil you eiinioand keep my sheep? 1
,vill lent mid take cure of you.'1 "I
will, certainly "repllid Fatal; "and!
wld do 'ill In uyiowe" to servo you
l'lils countryman was a largo farmer,
who had it grtat number of servants
who -obbed hi n very often, and tw
Wllo .nut chlldien robbed him nlso.
When tin y s.i. Fui.ll, they wero ory
well t'e'litcuttu. ' He Is n child," t.ild
tbiv. IujUi, do nil wo wish." Ono
d.i' the wife .said to him, "My 11. tin
frh iid. mv hn .land Is a miser w1iolo-
ei'i.'tvesmo my money; let mo ina.fi u
s a ep, mid iu ;au t.iy tho wolf has itu-
r 't it oil'.' ' Madam," replied i iuai,
' would ii . lc you u service with ail
n hi art, i .it i would much rather die
d.un tell a 1 toi or bo n thief." "You
no a lllle foi. " -aid tho woman ; "no
ono wllll.no. wnat you havo done."
"God w'll t now It, Madam," replied
Fatal: "He knows all that wo do, nnd
Ho will iunlsh liars and tboso who
steal.' V hen tho farmer's wife heard
these words, sho threw herself on him,
beat him ami toto out a handful of his
h lir. Fatal cried, and tho farmer hear
' him. asked his wlfo why sho bent
the child? "Because," said she, "ho Is
uL'lutlon: I saw him this morning eat
a pot of cream which I was going to
i.tUe to market." "Flo! how horrid It
to be greedy," wild tho fanner; and
Immediately railed a servant, and bade
him whip Fata).
Wintering l'urio Slock.
As Winter approaches, tho farmer Is
reminded that Ids live stock can no
longer wander over tho fields and collect
ttii'ir food from day to day. Tho grass
lias ceased to grow. The frost lias bound
up the surface of the Held In Its cold
embr 'Co, and tho cattle aro attracted
toward tho stablo with hunger, lowing
as they go, to draw tho attention of the
herdsmen to their dependent position
pleading for something to cat.
The barns aro well stored with liny
and grain; stalks and ricks of hy nnd
fodder surround tho barn and stables as
a enrns tie reserve, showing the thrift!
ne.s3 and fnre-lght of tho Industrious
firmer in providing for tho coming
winter; hut what of winter? We read
lly perceive when It begins, but who
citit predict when It will end? Some
u'initTs are short nnd pleasant, but wo
en n only dl-eover thb when wo nvrlvo
it tho other cud. Soni" nro very long
mid very were; the-earo theo'.es wo
-Imiild ni:'kt our calculations by, nnd
niter Into th -m as n eiutlous General
enters into a .-ampnlfii. Graduato tho
ii'iiintity of ,tock by tho amount of
food In store; if you havo too much
stock dispose of part; If too little, add
mom; better too llttlo than too much
alwi ys bcarln j In mind that It pays bet
tert ikcep sb ol; well than to keep It
Here we c inie ton print where many
fii-mer grea .ly err. They look over
tl'j large nrrumutntion of food they
liuvo provided for wintering their stock
nnd I stop hero to glvo thorn credit for
Loir aid ,s' and perseverance in
i.itherinp . u uch nnd curing It well)
.'onw p" -o t link that when butter Is
ilcntv It s, ion d bespread thick on tho
bread, withe t thinking that It may
bcome sjan. , and then the bread will
not be e itct ivitlt so good a relish with
a thinner s iread, or wlthoutjany at all
So with to winter fodder they begin
to fuid v Ty lavishly at tho commence
mentof winter; not only lavishly, but
wastefully, thinking that so large an
amount of food can hardly bo eaten by
tin ir stock during tho winter, forget
ting that tho winter may boa very long
Thero Is a deeper view of tho matter.
and ono that Is worth looking Into. All
that n fanner grows on his farm Is
worth money worth dollars ; that Is
tho word talk of dollars, and every
nno can appreciate; it. Now, alt this
hay, and straw, a.id corn, nnd oats can
bu converted into dollars. A farnie
will not scatter his dollars about care
lessly, but ho will sometimes waste or
let go to waste, that which, If properly
applied, can be converted into dollars
The important question presents itself
here how all this great accumulation
of stock food can bu converted Into most
money? Not by throwing it In largo
quantities before tho stock to bu tram
pled under their feet. This, you say
will make manure. So It will; but ut
what cost? Did tho farmer toll and
sweat and biro help during tho whole
summer to collect all this great amount
of fodder merely to mnko manure?
Better to havo left It whero It grew
on the ground, by which tho additional
advantago or mulching would havo
been secured. Valuable as Is manure
it may bo purchased too dear. Do you
suppose that itock will thrive any bet
ter by having largo quantities of food
continually at their disposal to either
I'sit iir wnfitn? 'n . ill 41..I
' , Tho ..ppt'tlte becomes eloved
ami itlatnl by the cry abutubnco
l.rtMUU'U lu hem through kindness;
ihf elevt Utumoat palatable ptuUaud
r Joi tm remainder ; they thm cultl
van- a iiutld. )U3 npjiclttu that becomes
mnii) uud mo'o critical overy Uny,
chock will thrlvo better with Just aa
much food glveu aa thoy will eat up
clean. This &hould bo at stuttd periods
and regularly attended to. If by ft od
ing economically, a Jarijo surplus is
fuui.d to be u hand at tho end of tho
ben-ton, it Is Uttu- than to havo wasted
u; hut it w ud huvobcen better and
p- no piollt- ulo to havo added mora
al ck, which would havo yielded moro
f.-olit. Don waato tho food, novertho
ss;youri:i 49 may not yield so ubund
'iitly the 11 .1 eefason, nnd your Jmy
ctiug wcl : e. red vrlll loso nono of its
rtura h. I clng Uept over. American
To l't Wi a ilooM. Sot a pitcher
of water In . room, and lu a few hoars
It will ha u absorbed all tho respired
gat.es In t io room, tho air of which will
become purer, but tho water uttoily
filthy. Tho colder tho water U the
greater tho capacity to contain thceo
PitoMivr HlU'lAV-"Why did Adam
, blto tho applo1 said aschoolmate to a
I fciud tho urchin
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
HOiFIAND'S QERUAi! BITTERS,
Hoodand's German Tonic.
I rerretT by Dr. 0. 7X. Jatkson,
T U Great Remedies
t 1 L.. Ptfiiin or tti
I.kVKIl, ST4M ICBI, or
HooQand's Gorman Bitters
U cotnjiotitiJ.'J o( th purt Jtilec. (or u thy rt
mf(llctnIlr U'tm r j sj 1. tettvcH) of
ltooti, norba "XJT 11 rtlUrk,mk
lrifrtrviratirn, 'f.SJ MjTii'jT ronrn
irntoj, ni'l i-iitlT Waj 1 yr rtrt JJ-
cfafkiMt admijriuit of) tifnt
Hoofland'a German Tonic,
t comt4niUrn of H th tnTtillftit of th
itfni-riij with tht pnrftt mitlliy of .f.tna C)-u$
nm, wni"(i tic. nmiiuit vu. ut ma iiiu
blvMAfit rnn.l Mirrvktit rmJlw vvpr offerM to
Tfiofic rrrfrrltift n UeJlcIn from AW
holi iJimilur, ulll ua
Hoofland's German Bittor2.
In eAita of nerroua depimtoD, when on
aJeobo'Je tlmului la tioovMcry,
Hoofland's Gorman Tonio
Th II ttri or tM Toote tr bolh eqiIlj
Ifool, nj nitiUln Die tin tnedicin! virtttr
Tito totncl1, from ft variety of rnoa, mch m
lrnl Lloti, Dya -Tr-m-- P'r"1 Nenuu
l)ell:iiy, tie, h (fT wry npt to time
U fonetlon d (11 JjJ ratnfif. Tlie nu
ult of which la, HXiC tlikt the r-iUfnt
uffi-ra from itrtraJ or tuort of th foIlowlMi
Conttlpntion. Pltuleno, Inward Tile
Pulnen of Blood to the Head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Niium,
Heartburn. Platruit for Food,
Fuln-i or Welirht In th
Btomaoh, Sour ruo
Utlona, Sinking or Flut
torlntr at the Pit of th
StomAoh, Swlmmlnfc of tho
Head, Hurried or D itli cult Broath
lnff, lUuttcrtntr at the Heart, Choking
or BuiTocatin? Bensatlona whn In
a Lyinr Poature, Dimuen of
Vlalon. Dota or Webs bsforo
the Sirbt. Dull Pain In
the Mend, Deficiency
of Perarjlratlon, Yellow
neat of the Skin and Eyes,
Fain In tho -j- Side, Back.
Chiat, Lira fttf $! ba, eto.,Sud
denfluahoaof w JkJ Heat, Burn
in in the Fleah, Con-
atnn. Imifftnlntta of Evil, and
Oreat JJeproaaion of Spirits.
Tha rDiPllaa will tfTectitlly our Iirer
Complaint, Jauodlot T)yfpua, Chroulo or
NorvonaUutility, C'tr.'(,. Diarrhea, l)l of
the KUneya, tr .i t'Boaava artniug from a
Dliordervd Uw, Hunojch, or lotcatiDua.
nisrtnaa raew art Oira whititih;
PI103THATI0N OF TUB SYSTEM,
IiDvoiB t Hariai Labor, IIikdbiim,
Kiroitria, Kitias, aro.
Tbr U no modldn axt&nt Mial t. thus
ro dlM In ma eaea. A ton and vigor U lm
baiUxl to lb wbol Hfftem, tb AppctlU la
9rtnfthcnedi food la anjoyrd, th
fVmch dlita M promiitly, th
bhiod 1 vintWA lb ooraplloQ
bteona aooad aM 5bW healthy, th t1-
I itrni tA th Awb. ad th wak
hia:id btooaaoaa fuusj asd bvaltby baaitg.
reraon$ Advanced in IAf
AjxI fMility .it hand of time wvlthlnf iimti
npoo thoin, with nil Ita attendant ill, will find to
th un f iu HlTl'KKH, or th TONIC, an
elixir tht will ltiLil ww lit Into tlicrr vdna.
tutor In a tieftiw th auvrgy atid ardor of
morv Jouthfjl dayi ImM up thotr abrunken
furtaa, atj j(lca liua. itod happlo to thtlr
a U a lv!sl!la0d fact that ftflf an4ari
of th ft urn 4 ptir r -J twn of oar popu
lution uv la n tfa enjnjmenl
of KOodbci.tli; 01 3 to umi thtfr own
txirMlon, uno ci Wriwt3 fuel well." They
aru languid duolu of u cueryy, extremttly e
VOiia, nitd hd t Api-UtUi.
To tlita ciaj-aof fjaoiia'the J1ITTKK8, or the
TONIU, U onjiuoaJly recoiaioendwL
VEAK ADD DELICATE CHILDREN
Are midv airtiLy by th UM of cither of theae
rtftnedif Tin ntjl cm every o ut MA
Tliousitida .if rvrllllcate hare accJmaUttd 'n
tht- haixla i'f tlto 1 roi ritlor, hut anr vlll allo
of the putllatiloa ul but a fuw. Tlio;, It wilt
be obaurvtfd, ate turn of Dole and of audi aUnd
n that ILvy Ciiut be telime'i.
Hon. 0?o. W. Woodward,
CkxtJuttiit it Suprtm Court o J'a , write.
J'A.Ia.HM'J. March 19, IWT.
" I Bud Hoof- lund'e Ui-rniftn
Iti'.tfra'llaK.l M.lc, u-i-fil In
(!lacMf nf tliut!! if' gtUv oiviiib,
tttJ of ct U-ii fci J r.llncuLaurde
Ulity, kt.l want of iiurvona action In tUe ajatrtn.
tlLO W. woomvAiuv
lion. Jaacs Thompscn,
J.JjcqVi Siiumi tXuttff 1't.nntfliktnli.
rKiUi ttlyUfi, A(ril i W1
UI ernnllcr 1 ll(wilud (krraan J-it't"' k
tioa or l)ci.al. 1 c-tu i.trUi tLU trtna ray
ifeneuc of it.
Voura, nllh rrtiwt,
Troa Rev. Jocepli H. Ker aard,
rattor a Vu T'tt IbjAif Vhunh, JhU f.j ftto.
i)r, JciunIuiLr iir: 1 1.4T0 burn rc((ijeDtly
rQe Ah i to twtnfot my ruitne With n .iinttf'i
4uu (4 d.4vriit klitJj w( medio , I ut, n
rdlrf the mn ;- , v-a tic a uui ut i v
appropriate TlVT ni-hgi-, 1 hve . i
l1aeJUtlt.di ! Vl tail t.h a t!-. r
proof la vwU. U-iJ Xll tnatAiiu nu 1 i r
UcuUriy In aij own Iml'y, of tho artu.i we ol
liooiUwd a (Jirman lUiu-ra, 1 dvtx; 1j o'.ro
bucu ray omm' eouiM, to ez irtH ij .4 ottvK
bki thftt, ur pra( tirfi'ry if tht t -n, a tut
aiueik rvarMM it eumn ro il ii ty ftij
but atually, 1 eVil uct, It u-lil I very lni.flc'jl
to lUoae ).o ijJVc fr-a tta rt civ.
Vwn, Turf rrirfrtf'iity,
J. n. ki:;;aki,
Uj;V.tj, lilow lWi tit
Sccki S8v. E. D. Fendall,
Mi Mftftr I'hrUHan ChrvmiU, AiUJ4
yJiio. I Iwv drlwd dec Jod Ur 'I from the vie et
Uooileiid a i4rrnn ltuCr, rtiid tv tl It my tml
a to rctwetrnMi4 - U ut mtnhwUe lonte
to ail wao m a.tK i( from Eiioul debtiitr or
from diMaava arlttvj from drttiiuietit of the
llwJuid'l flsnnnn niucd.et Iri fnlrMl.
td. Bm Ihkt Ills j----- t'fQllturvofO..
JCKXJ.flion TKJ tlw wri-jr ol
r'.i bonis, All jjf j jy) others si eoua
f rinrlusl Oflle and Us a rsctery l th Utr.
mui U.dldLt tfwto, H j.Cjl AKUII U'.rcvl, 1'lui
sdslptiU. 0HAni.E3 X. EVAJI3,
Uruisa UruKzli', Priprlulor,
Vormerlr 0. M. Jtctaos k Co.
Foi salt kjtU 1'rutjl.un.a Dt'.n la UtJl-
llooflsa i's (t irmu Iliturs,per bottis $1 M
" " unit down..,. I 0.
liouosnd's Citrnsa Tunle, put up la qusrt
boiiiM l io
ptr bltls, or a lulf dotsn f jr 1 H
KIT Do nut forget to f csmlno slt Uis trtlcls
M lay, Ul w J.r U j.l Ui f iuUas.
January U, lies.
K1UWU AUIUVAIj op
KAMj AND WINTEH OOODS.
Tp MiWrlticr lia Jmt rctnrnnl from tlio ettlM
with another lnt-go nn.l nclcct imortmont of
BritlNO AND SUMMKH OOOHH,
purclinifit In New Yotkniul l'hllmtilililat. Hi"
luwi'itflKiire.nml whlcli lio 1 determined to nelt
on ns mmlcrnto terms as enn bo procured clo
whero In Illoumnbuni. 31U stock comprlnei
LAlltlW DltlWS OOODS
of th" etiolcest dlj les nnd lntcul tfttliloin, together
with n largo 'nranrtmc-nt of Dry UikxIx nnd Oro-
ecrle, comlilliiK of tlm following nriicica i
HooH nnd filioen,
Until nnd fnps,
AND NOTIONS (If.N ItAI.I.Y.
In short. ovirythlliK iminuj- ncpi
,toie,tn which lie lllUUn tho nttentlou of tho
nubile wiierolli'. Thohtxhest price will bo Im
fur country produce In exehnni!8 for Koods.
K. It. MlllClliaus.
Arcndo llulldlnx'., HIiKiiinbiirK. I'".
nmcAT iu:i)UOTiox ix tjiaoKS
AT IM.TKU liNTM HTOME,
IN I.ICJHT bTIir.CT,
KALti AND WINTini 0001)9.
Till: Mlbicrlbcr has Jut received nnd lmi mi
hand at his old Maud In Unlit Hlreel. a lnrKc nod
AS.SOKTMKXT OP JIKUCIIANDISE
purchawd at the lowest Hmire, ami wnien no
di tennliu'd in sell on as luoderuto terms ns
bo procuu-d rlscirlu-ro In I.Uht Mtreet,
ivn cash on couxTJtr vnouuet..
Ills stock consists of
LADIES1 DKESS OOODS,
choicest styles nnd latest fashions,
HEADY MADE CLOTHING,
c.,llmiadi. Keiitucliy Jeans.
Quecnsware, Cedarnare, ltatdware, Medlclnis,
lirugs, Oils, I'alnts, Ac.
IS00T3 & SHOES, HATS & CM'S,
In short eerythlnu usually kept In a country
htorc. Thpation..aof Ids old friends nnd the
public sencralty, is resicinuiy soncu.
Tho highest market price paid for eonnlry pro.
light Street, Nov. 8
T J. 15 R O W E R,
'is now offering to tho public his Stock of
a v n i n g a o 6 J) s
eonslsttiK In part of n full line of
iVRHATK. WOOL AND RAO
Fine cloths and casslincre for La-lies' coats,
HANDSOME nilWS GOODS,
of all isitti-ns and nunllllwi, tnlalds and lTlnts
of various qualities and prlC4,
BLEACHED AND 1IWJWN MCrsLlNa,
LADIE'S FRENCH UUxiOivio,
Good aortment of
ladies- aniMiu-i-rs dArnum jioor.
Fresh Groceries and Fptaw. Now aesortment
OLAfM AND QUEEIIB-WAIVE,
FX-NO. 1 MACKEREL
in one-half and one-fotrrth barrels.
sr... i. ilir, tliTin In make jour selections, as 1
am offering goods at very low prices, nnd our
motto Is fair deallug to nil, and not to bo under-
t 1, IJ rWI-! T(
sold bv any. J " "
llloomsburg, April 12, i.w.
M. AllTVAN. C. 11. DII.LIK0X1U
ItTMAX, D1LLIXUEH A UU.,
n . 2-Jrt NORTH THIllll HTHKKT,
(.Vf urfj 'l lunle Jamc, Ktul, Hmtet .1 Co.)
wi.ntniiil.i Healers in
V111VK HATTING. WADDlJIUi "l"'1""
. n 1 1,111 '0 u
on. cLorni, siiAtuw, rut mti,
W It A I N HAGS, .01tt)A(lE, AC ALhO,
WILLOW AND WOODEN WAHE,
nitraiiEH, trunks, lookiso olasmbi, etc.
M 10, lK!7-ly.
jovii :'!.'.",ox A CO.,
.... . 1 Wholesale Dealers In
COTTON YAV.NS, OAHPHT CHAINS.
llATfS, WICKS, TIE YARNS, COHDAG E,
111100'"" 'WOO' 1 AND WILLOW WARE,
LOOirt ' - I.OCKM.FANCY lUMir.in
: .20H, AND CARRIAGE
OIL CLOTHS, At'.,
No. Ml Market Street, south side,
JOIIX C. YEAGER & CO.,
Wholesalo Dealers In
1LVTH , CAI"S, STRAW OOODS, AND
No, 2.57 North Third Street,
"lyART.MAX & EXOELJIAX,
TOllACCX), SNUFF A SUGAR
no. 313 xoktii TiuiuisntraT,
Fecond Issir below Worst,
J, W. WAKTMASl P. KHaiLWAN
QAR1UAGK MANU FA CTO H Y,
M. C. SI3AN A I1ROTHI5R
the slice triors of
WILLIAM HIIAN A (VON
continue the busliieas of making
and every style of
which tl.ey have constHnUy on hiurd to soft 1 u
tomers, Nevir tudng any maUirltkl but Ure Ims
.Hid employing tho most experienced workmen
they ho!H to ef'Utlnue aa heretofore to give entire
satisfaction to every customer. An lnsjiectlon ol
their work, and of the reasonable price asked for
ho same, la suro to lusure a nla.
KOOT, HHOi:, 1IAT CAP, ANU TUH hTOKE.
Bt the nhl utand on MuInHtrwet.lllooinftbnrs.nfuT
uaiiBNiiuiu .flUUJUIk JIUUaW, Jill iuk (;in
itOBQUfintuivcry UNiBtniKl IrettttTluti ever oiTer-
eU to the c-UUens of Coluinll County, lie can
nwomt nodule iltu publlo with tbefollowlnnBtMHU
at tho lowust r meg, Mcu'a lunrr doable noletl
Bitniti uoois, nuii'MUoublH tliu. ftlDitla Up hult-u
Ehi bOf.t. iiicii'h htMtvy Hlow ulux at all kluJi.
mn nitu IxmiU Mini htiow of all uriMltw, buy'
ibiubluteolftd bout untl.fclKWi of 611 klntH, nien'u
Kloyo klU Italmorul hIi(m1iiu'U,, womci.'K.Uiyi'i
una luUstV lftiirii(HuUni, vroinun' wlove kM
1'olUli very niie.womtn'mnorocui itulmornbitntl
n.lfnboM, Huittvit'a very line Idil buttui)il kU
nnd new in I. 4
it wnuta uUo call atlentton to UU.flat tuorV-
JIATH. CAlS, VVllH AWIi NOTIONS.
which cAinnrl&cm all the now and nnmiinr vmrt.
ellhs At prit'i'KwliUh CAiinut rati to hull ull, Th
K(mhU tiio ollwrtU ut the lout-Hi cult raUn and
Will bt) UtlQlltlltt-IHl tOUlU UUtUfltcllftli. A on 1 1
W Hollcitrd bufore purcbuktlnii t-Uewln re ai It U
bellovinl that btlUr burtialun ure to bu foxnJ
TVOllTIIKHN or.NTItAIi HAIL-
On nnd niter May luth INW, Tialns will
lenvo NoRTUUHnRKLANP as follows!
425 A. M.t Iinlly to WltHnmsport, (except Sundny)
forKlmlm, C-tmnndnlBjun, Itochester, lluffnlo,
Huspenslnn ltrlilno, nnd N. I'nlls.
r. M., Dully, (except Hundnysj fur Lllnira nud
llulbito vliv Krlo ltnllwny from Kllntrn.
(LIS p. ., Dully, (except Mundnys) for Wllllnms-
ti.M A.M. Dully (oxcept Monday's) for Ualtlmore.
WII.MINOrON AND I'lIlLADKLPJttA.
11.&) l'.M. l!illy(oxccptHunduy's)for lhiltlinore,
WuslilliuLou unit l'ullndclinln,
ht. a YOUNO,
Clenernl 1'm.icnKcr Agent.
XJ llUIld ! .iUVOAU
On nnd v rMay Illh.lKW, riwicngcrTrnlnswlll
run us futlowsi
n. in. l
l'i iiimith a.rl
JILTW1CK n lvt
uuuviuo H v.io
Tin. 11.10 Train nt Hcrnntnn makes connections
with Impress Train for New York at 3 o'clock
p. in,, arriving In How York O.W) p. in.
II. A. t ON DA, Sup t.
DHILADELl'HIA AND EltlE
WINTIUI TIME T.U1LE.
rllllOUdll ANDllIHrLTIlOUTK I1KTWKKIS ritlLA
DI'.U'IIIA, 11AI.TIM011K, II AHillNHUHO, WIL
LIAMSl'OHT, AMI TUK
OUl'AT OIIi 11EOION OP PENNSYLVANIA.
1.K(IA?IT BLKRI'INCl CAIW
On all Night Trains.
n.. , ........... Wn.. 1C9 ll.n
iiii.i iinrr ..i.i.t i. i , ...... .n. in-
Trains on the Philadelphia A Krlo Ilall ltoad will
run as louowsi
.MAIL TItAIN leaves l'hllndelphla 10.45 p.m.
iiirLuuiuueriaiu.. .0.1)1 H.IH.
" arr. nt l:rln. l.fiOn.ml
EltlE i:Xl'IH-a leaves l'JilI.lclphla...ll.riO m.
isori u o.w imii.
' " arr. ati:rlo lo.lla.m.
EI.MUIA MAIL knvos I'lilladelplila 8.00a.m.
norm ii i.i imii;
" " arr. ntlck Haven 7.45p.ra.
MAIL TItAIN leaves Erie IO.Vi n.m.
. " isorin ii . wu.iii.
" arr.nt l'hllailelphla lo.oon.m.
Ultti: EXIT.Ess leaves Erie oV.Up.in.
" Nort'd U.:s)a.lill
" " nrr.ntl'hlladelphl.i 4.20p.ln.
Mall niul T'.xnres connecm with Oil cm k nnd
AlliKheuy Ulver Kail lUwi. llaggnire checked
U,rU'1"- A. L. TYLEIl.
General Superintendent, Wllllanisiiort.
Mir II 1 ImX.
Great Trunk Line from the North and North
west for l'hiladi'lphla.New York, Hoaolna, Potts
villi', TulniHiua, Ashland, Lebanon, Allentown,
Easlon, Ephrnln, l.ltK, Ijiucasler, Columbia, Ac.,
'1 ratus leave llarrlsburi: for New York, as ml
loaal At2,.V,5,'Jfinud8,loa. m., l.'.IO noon and
l'a. luillioiui, anu arriving in neiv iiiih. l
3,wi, 10,00 it 11,5.1 a.m., 11,50
7.10 A 10.30 11.111
Sleeping cars necoinpanylng the 2,50 n.i
11 !". ,. t.i. Iiiiltis u'ilhniit riiimire.
U nvo liiirrloburg lor IteadlnK, Pottsvllle, Tn
mauua, Mlliersi'llle, Ashland, l'lue Grove, Allen
tnn and l'lilladilphlaal 8,10 a.m., and 2,ir, nnd
4,10 p.m., Btoppli.K nt Lebanon and principal w ay
stations ; Ihe 4, In p.m. making connections for
PlillHilelplila mid Lolumbia.mly. For Pottsvllle
hcluiylklll Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill
.....iiiioIhiiiiii, liiillriiiitl. lemn llarrlsburir at
3..V1 p.m. llelutnlligl Leave New York at 0,00
a.m. and 12.0.) in., and 5,oo nnd 8,00 p.m. sleeplna
c.usaccoiupalijlliy lliell.OOn.m.,alHl.i,00 aud 8.00
p. in., trains iilrliout ehanga. Way Pussenaer
Iraln leaves I,lillailelphlaat7,il0n.m.,reiuriilni
from lteadlnital H,'lp.m stopping nt nil stations;
potlsvlllr at' tin. 10., and 2,4j p.m., Ashland 6,rX)
a.m uud 12,111 110011, nnd 2,00 p. ni., Tnmnqua ut
8,:io a. m.und l.Kiand 8.1.1 p, 111.
Le.i e Puttsv lllo for ilurrlsbiirt, via Schuylkill
and ouoquchauna. Itallroad at 7,10 a.m. nnd 12,00
U 'iti'lidlng Accommodation Train leaves Reading
a 17,30 n.m., returning from Philadelphia at 5,lo
Pottstown Accommodation Tralnileaves Potts
town at 0.L5 a.m.,, rctuinlng, leaves Philadelphia
" t'olunibla Itallroad Trains: leave Reading nt
7,110 n.m., and 0-15 p.m. for Kplirata, Lltlz, IincaH
ter, Columbia, Ac., . ....
perklonicn Hall Road Trains leave Perkloineu
Junction at 0,1x10.111., nnd 5..V6 p.m. Keturulngi
IaeHklppackat0.4.5a.m., and 1,15 p.m., con
ntli Willi similar trains on Heading Hallrnad
On sTindsys, leave New York nt 8,00 p.m., mil
adclphla 8,0.1 a.m. and 3.13 p.m., the s ,00 a.m. train
runtilnw only to IWadiua; Pottsvllle 8,00 a.m.;
llarrlsburg S,'.'3 a.m. and 4,10 nnd 0,13 p.m., and
i.n..iuu... 1 In n,i V. nnd 7ir. a.m. fur Harris-
1...... .T.M,!.nm nn. I 11.111 n.in. fnr New York.
and l. p.a'i. for l'hllailelphla.
cuisiloH tickets to and from all points, nt reduced
"liwijnKo cheeked through; 100 pouuda allowed to
each pnmenger. . .
Itonfllng, IV, May , liJ.
IE BEST IB THE CHEAPEST !
THE SINGER BEWJNG MACHINE
IIEAl'3 THE LIST,
And lends thecolumn 4,0118 ahead of all others.
This Machine Is the
MOST POPULAR IN USE.
It uts tho finest needle ornny jiacnine m ex
Any inuy wauvioB b"1"
S E W I N Q M A C II I X E,
Will consult her own Interests ny baying
SINGER. Htsinslerto run. learn and keep In
utr llian nny iiiaeuiue iu iww
OVER 330,000 OF THEM IN USE.
-ri. n,iiaLi tniiirtictlon clven those who pur
chase, nnd tho Muchluo will he WABiusxau to
'pieaSoealf nt'll.y Store and satisfy yonrscHcs.
Here you will Hud Needle. Thread and Silk,
' iiivin r iiwi-fNlikKG. Auent
ii r. ii n A n d
it.-.Bn loiutv nupclinaMl and fitted up the
well-known Roblson Hotel Property, locatwl a
rltwr 110011a AIIOVK Tllk COUHT IIOCBa,
11 the same side of the street, In the Uiwn of
llloouvsburw: and having oblaiui-ua license jur
tlio same us n
R E S T A U R A N T ,
the Proprietor has delermlned to give to the peo
plo visiting the town on business or pleasure,
A LITTLK aiuur; uuu.
Ills slnlilljii' also It eiteuslve, and ta. .fitted up
to put buaglesand carriages In the dry. He prom
Isti that everything about hlsestalillshmenl shall
l,sinduetil In an orderly and lanful maul isjrj
IUK1 ta. remHSnrUUy SUIICIW suio e"''""
I atronase. my!7 7-om.
J 1. UKAItl),
With Ln'PINOOTT, I10HD A CO.,
Manufaetarers and Wholesale IMalcn ta
HATH, CA1H, FURS, AND STRAW GOODS,
JJ0.41S Mat ket Street,
gNYDER, HARRIS A RAH8ETT,
aianiii'HaurorB mm uuwn ui
MENU AND 1)0 Y'H CLOTH INO,
I7os, OIi Market, and 63 Commerce Street,
Q. W. DLA1JON A CO,,
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW HHADEfl,
Warehouse, No. Ill North Third Utrset
.ET THE REST.
iitisnn's Conner Tnlitliar J.lanlnlnr ltoi
the best prtectlun against disaster by riahtnlng
ever Invnedo. Tho subscriber Is agent for the
bove Invention, and all orders by mall or In
erson wiu ue promptly atienoeu in.
May 15,'8 E. 11. HIDLEMAN.
ALL KINIJS OF JOIJ PIUNTINQ
neatly executed at TnaOoL omtAa Htamin
I'ruiling I tore.
T I O E .
ALL persons knowlna themselves Indebted to
the underslgued,or to the drm of Sloan at allllard,
on mile or book account, are renueslari to make
linineillaleisiyinent. Alt isirsons fs'.llnatodo
sn soon, their accounts will be left with lb pro
per laucsr lor cousctlon,
D, E. HbOAjr,
The nnderslffnrsl would reHiMtfullr luoaDCfl
to the publlo that he has opened a
KlItST-CLABS CONFECTIONllIlY fWtlB,
In thebntldlng lately occuplcsl by Tlernard Bloh
nor, where he is prepared to fnrulsh all kinds of
rtAlN A FANCY CANDIKfl,
FORK1UN A DOMKHTIC FUU1TS,
NUTH, UA1H1NS, AC, AC, AC,
UT WHOLESALE On UTAII
In short, a full assortment of n'l goods In
his line uf busiiieas. A great variety of
DOI.LH, TOYS, Ac.,
suitable for the Holidays, Particular attention
nilF.Al) AND CAKES,
of all kinds, fresh every day,
A rail Is solicited, and satisfaction will tie
Nov. 22, 18o7, ECKHAUT JACOI18.
c. c. MAitn's
ro aitirx'a block.
oj the consrxn or AnKET Airn tnox htbeets.
Tiio anderslgned having received from tht city
a full and complete supply of
SPIIINO AND SUMMER
DltY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
N O T I O N 8,
TIN-WAUE AND HARD-WAIIE,
CISDAll AXD W1LLOW-WAIW,
T O II A 0 0 0 ,
HATS A iXD SJIO S,
FLOUIt, SALT, FISH, AND MEAT,
all of which I propose selling at a very low figure
for cash or produce.
V Call nnd see.
April 12, 111J7. C. C. MAHIt.
FALL AND WINTER GOOD1.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER. GOODS
FALL AND W'INTKIl GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CM'S,
HATS AND CA1W,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAW,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOIX,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MADE CI ATT 1 1 1 N,
PAINT AND OIL",
PAINTS AND QIIJ4,
PAINTS AND OIIJ4,
PAINTS AND OIIJ4,
PAINTS AND OILS,
!UIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GltAm AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
Northwest corner or Malnnnd Market streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main unit Market StreeU,
Northwest eorner of Main mid Market StreeU.
Northwest co rner of Main uud Market streets,
IRON AND NAII.H,
IRON AND NAILS,
IKON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NA11JS,
IRON AND NAILS,
In lame Quantities and at reduced rates, alway
gCIIELIi, UEItGEH & CO.,
ur-ir.iv.-vij .u.iiiinniui -m'.jhUiiAisin
FISn, SALT, CHE1ME, PROVISIONS, 0.,
Noe. 1Z1 and 131 North Wharves, above Arch nt,
Sole stents fur Wilcox's Wheel areas., In bar
rels, kejes, and cans.
-yAixwnicwT a co,,
N, E. Corner Second aud. Arch StreeU,
TEAS, STRUm, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
airs, sric-as, ai cahb sow, ac, ao.
Ortlers will receive prompt attention.
May Id, IW7-ly.
-p- V. PKrEIlMAN,
with LHTINCOTT TROTTKR,
WHOLES A I. K G ROOERS,
No. 21 floTth Water Btrcsrt,
and Nn. 30 North Delaware Avenue
TyEAVEK 4 Bl'HAXKIiE,
WHOLEnALls uitutinitinn AisLiuussaijaniuis
Hot, 129 and XI7 Arch street
jyj M. JIAllPLE,
NOTIONS, HOSIERT, aiXlVES. AND
No. H North Third Street,
Late Walter Kaub,
Importer and Dealer In
CHINA, QLABH, AND QUEENSWABB,
No. in Marke Hire.
, ncmWE. w, s.'Eina. i.i.iiiiiit
JOHN STnOUP A CO.,
Buoceaeors to Htroup A llroth w,
WHOLLHAI.K DEALP.IUI IN PIHH,
Bo. It North Wbarvee, and 39 Nerth Water Bt.,
IRON, TINWARE, AC.
Illoomabnrg, Columbia County, l'a.
The subscriber, proprltor of the above-ramed
extensive eslabllshment, Is now prepared to re
oelvo orders for all kinds of
MACIIINEIVr FOItCOU.I Kill KB,!! LAST
FUIlNACBB.flTATIONA I1Y ENUINEH,
MIUfl.TintEHHINO MAC1IINK8, AO
He Is also prepared to make Stoves of all stres
and patterns, IMowlrons, uud everything usually
made In first-class Foundries.
His extensive facilities and practical workmen
warrant him In receiving tho largest contracts on
the most reasonable terms.
Uraln of nil kinds will be taken In exchange for
This establishment Is located near the Lnctr
wanna nnd Bloomsburg Itallroad Depot.
gTOVES AND TINWARE.
A. fit iiurr.ni
announces to Ms friends nnd customers that
continues the above business at his old place on
MAIN BTltEET, DLOOMSUUHU.
Customers can be accomodated with
of all kinds, Bloveplpes, Tlnwnre, nnd overy va
riety of nrtlclo found In a Stove and Tlnwnre -tnbllshment
In tho cities, nnd on the most reason
able terms, Itepalruig done at the shortest notice.
23 DOZEN MILK-FANS
on hand for Rale.
EW BTOVE AND TIN SHOP.
O.f BAI5 STOUT, NKAULT OPPOfllTB Ml I.LI II'
Tiik underslnned ban lust fitted tin ami opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
lu this place, where ho In prepnrtu! Io mnko up
lifwTiw W'AHRor nil klndn lu hi line, nnd do
repairing with nealncM mid itlnpatch, upon the
i n on t reasonable termfi. Jle nUu keept on hand
HTOV1.S OK VAIUOUH TATTKItNH AHTVLKH,
which ho will ell inwn termi to suit purchasers.
Gle him a call, Jlctl-i n koh1 mecuanlc. and
do!crvlmj or tho public patronage.
IlhxmitbnrK, April 6, 1S07,
Q.EORGE II. ItOUEItTS,
Importer nnd Dealer In
JIAIIDWAUE, CUTIEUY, (1UNS, AC,
No. 311 North Third Street, above Vint,
Jacoii K, HM1TH,
J. It. tf KLTZKIt
SKLTZ E llt
Importers nnd Dealers In Foreltu nnd Domestic
II A It i W A II E,
GUNS, CUTLER Y, AC,
btt. IX TUlltll STRKhT, AR.CALLOW11ILL,
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
J W. IIAXK'S
WUUl.r.SAL.fcTOilAl.VU, HHUFr, AJVD
No. 115 North Third Street,
between Cherry and Race, west side,
Wholesale Dealers Iu
TOIIACCOS, CIGARS, PIPES, ic, Ac,
No. 1J North Third Street, alwve .Market,
The undersigned would respectfully nnnouuco to
tneclllccns or Jllooinsbtirg and tlio ubllo gene
rally tha he Is running an .
between this pjaco aad thodllTereut railroad tie
pots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect with tho
several tralnt going South and West on the Cata-
wlssu and Wllllamsport Railroad, aud with thoso
going North and South on the Lackawanna and
Ills Oinnlbusses aro lu good condition, commo
dious and comfortable, nnd charges reasonable.
Persons wishing to meet or see their friends de
part, can be accomodated upon reasonable charge
by leaving timely notice at any of the hotels.
JACOU L UIRTON, Proprietor.
HEATIICOTE A COMPANY
BOILER WO It K S,
conn mi or wm atrkkt A iilackIiiorhh ali.f.v
Ilavlnu Increiwed tmr facilities In the way of
hop room, ntaehlru'ry, Ac. we nre prepared to
niannfectare IjOCUII UTJ VK.KUJK.nnd nil kinds
Hinwcr-IitTWi Wohk.Ac. All workrouiptly done
W19CIAL ATTIWTION PAID TO IlEPAIIW.
Ymr ittt(stitlnii k miwCaIIt' itaIUsiI tn Ihn tiicrn-
bern of our Mrm-nll belnit J'rnctieal JloiJtr Muktr.
Mr. iiKATiirurK uhh nan nn experience or oter
thirty .ears In the manufacfctrn of nil kinds of
Ht"m Hollers; nnd from our lonflfxp-vrlence wo
re fully awaro ot the neccnilty orn well-mndd
and hufrlclently largo Roilkii, to m emo not only
mfcty bulnatlsfaetory refiultn; nnd we shall give
cmr cuhtomers only iIioho of tlto best quality ns
rttftrnfl inaieriai.worKinansnip, anunmpie neni
liisf hiirfaro. and feel coiitldent that wo can ren
der HniUraction, nnd nt jirlces fully ns low ns nny
miier ouuuers uhihb iuo saiuo nuuiuy oi in aie ri
al. we would call the attention of Hallway Com
imnlea to our facilities fonlnln LOCOMOTIVK
.VOltlC. Einiitit URi'Aius ou nkw. ns wo mako it
n point for ono of tho arm tonlunys glvo his per
We are also ore pared to do nil kinds of Htenra
FlttliiKS, such as Heating I'ubllo and l'rivale
HulMlnKS, Factories, fitting up Hteam Ho Hern, Ac,
Constantly on hand all kinds of Htkasi Fit.
TlN(lH.HrKAM ANU WATKKOlTAOrS KTEAM FU'ES)
HiHl illl 1UVIUK1 Wllllll lt'll I. II IUU IIUklllL'MB.
AUo.CattliiKsof nil klud,HollerFroiils,Uratrs,
Htoe, Flows, nnd nil work comit-cltd with the
general foundry builiieHs.
itebptcuuiiy buueinuK your orders, we aie
Yours ery truly, J. HCATIICOTn A CO.
Jji A It M E It St!
AliTA VELA l'lIOSPflAT:.
Itcolitnlus threo per cent, of Ammonia, an
ample quautlly to alve activity without Injury
to the m nutation, nnd a laiue percentage ul so
luble Hone l'hosphiilc of Lime, together Willi
Potash and Hisla, the essential eltluenls of a
IJ0M1'I.I:T1:MAM11I1:. The Incrcateil sales to
rarniers who a rousing It with hlahly satisfacto
ry resulls is a suroguarauloeol lu value, price,
50per loa of lu baas LUu lbs each. Hind for u
THK ALT. VKLA OITANO CO..
JulyS.'OS-ly Mllroadwoy, N.Y,
NDKEWS, WILKINH A CO.,
FOIIK1GN AND DOMMTIO DUV OOODSJ,
No. SID ttarket Rtreet,
Q.EOUGE FOELKEIt A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
WOODEN A WILLOW WARK, YARNS,
Oil-Cloths, Wicks, Twlnes.'Ilaskels, etc, etc,
tts A 251 Market fit., A 850 Church St., Phllada,
ItMllltUSTEIt A UltOTHEtt,
Importers and Jobbers of
BlllRTM AND DRAWERS,
HOOP SKIRTS, HANDKEHCHIEKH,
THREADH, BBWINU HILKH,
THIMMINOH, 1-OHTK MONNA1IW,
BOAIH, PKRFUMERY, FANCY GOODH, AND
Also Manufacturers of
IMimillW AND LOOKING OLAWjES,
and Dealers In
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
UltOOMS, HOPES, TWINEB, AO.
No, 9bo North Third Street, above Vine,
jyj7L,LEIt & HOST,
Successor to Franklin I. Beltier A Co.
Importers aud Wholesale Dealers la
I Lio.uomy wines, &a,
Nos. 110 and US North Third Street,
itOETii rourrni btkeit,
J, W. O. M'KIUUIN, IToprletor.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
gA VK YOUR MONEY!
OUEATEn INDUCE MENTHI
G HEATEHT I N 1) U C K M K R T )
THE OLD DRUG 8TOI1E
L. X. MOYEIi,
Where enn be founil the laroest and jikst as.
bortmrmt, ever ofTerea to the ettlicns of this
DyeStutTs. u,i i'nt,.
all of these aro of tlio best known make and aro
warraniou as rmre nnu unadulterated. The flnesi
anil largest stock of
to bo found In this or adjoining counties
Perfumery, Hair Dyes,
Fancy Soaps, lirushes,
Combs, Cosmetics, '
Hair Oils, Toilet Articles,
Stationery, Pocket Uoohs
Smoking aud chewing,
Cigars of all descriptions,
Pipes, Cigar Holders.
Lamps, assorted sties uud styles.
Lamih, L'lii.M.MEVs, Shades, nenstm,
Sponges, Chamois Skins,
Syringes, llrcast Pumps,
Trusses of all approved patterns Ac, Ac.
A lino assortment uf tiro liquors. for nn ilka
purposes constantly on huud-aud tho besl
known kinds of
Patksjt Mr.mctsraof every description, In
cluding the best varieties of pills anil tonics.
PHYSICIAN'S l'llKSCIUITIOKS CAHErtJI.LY rnH
l'AItED. No such stock has ever been presented to the
people of this soctlon of couutry.
Tho prlccsnro as small ns the stock Is large.
Tlio Whole late Pt tcet nro more favorable to the
purchaser than over, as arrangements have been
errcctcd with the wholesale dealers In the larger
cities, so that goods can be procured In Ulooms-
burg us cheaply as In Now York or l'hlladelphl
-Louuiry denlers nre earnestly Invited to
study their own Internets, by examining this
.Remember the place EXOHAKOK II lock above
Exchnugo Hotel, Main street, Bloorasbnrg.
Jan, ,11, 180K. dm
13 THE MIRACLE CF THE AGE!
Orny-IIoadotlX'ooiilo hire their
locks restored by it to tlie daik, It.itjoui,
iMen Irttttt of youth, anil are liappyl
have these unfalliionable colors (.'Unfed to
a beautiful auburr, and rejoice I
Pcoplo vrhoio heads arc covcrul with
Dandruff and Itumon, mc it, and lute
clean coats nnd clear anil healthy scalps I
lultlirciilett VolcimiiH laie
their rcmaininK locks tightened, anil tlie
liare spots covered with a luxuriant gronth
of Hair, and dance for joy I
Young Gentlemen tiso it became it il
rlcldy perfumed I
Young Ladies use it because it keeps
their llair in placet
Everybody jnwif and trill ue it, because
it U tho tUantil and Ittt article in the
For Salo by Druggists generally,
AH 1) run HALE nv
L. N. MOVER nnd E. I'. LUTZ, Drusglsls,
Dlooinslium, and SI, M, HIIOIIMT, CaUivilssn.
January 4, 1nj&-:i,
J II. MOYEH,
WHOLICHALE A RETAIL
eoEn or main aud market 8Tbbbti,
whero will be found a large and select stoek ol
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
Also all the
PATENT MnDICl.NltS 01' TUB PAY,
I am also prepnredUi furulsU Country Rto:es wl u
Castor Oil, Godfrey's Cordial,
and all other medicines kept In their line at Cllr
B- Prescrlrtloni carefully compounded at ali
In medicines, quality !js of tlio first Importance,
nioomsburg, June 7, 1W17
QITOSITB AMKUICAN HOUflS.
AVhere may bo found complete assortment of
fresh nnd pure
MCniCINER, DYE; HTUFFS, COLORH, 01IA
WimiU'.GLAS3, LAMPH, LANTERN , PO-
DAS, hOAIW, ALCOHOL. WINfH "LHloOnl
AND FANCY ARTICIJW,
which are offered at old time prices. Prescrip
tions accutately prepared.
jan 3 os-ly,
qUIE AMERICAN HAY KNIFK
X AND FOHK. We the undersigned eltlsens
ol Coluaibla County witnessed the trial of bar
forks on Ihu mrm of Mr. Pursel, In Hemlock
Township, on Monday, May 7, 1WW, bilween tin
&'!i!'.au),Hy Knife nnd pork manufacturel br
MLIFLR, WAI.I, HHlltNER A Co., of Lewis,
burg, Pa., anil the Rnodel's Patent Hay Hoot
Ihe American Fork lifted more hay In on.
draught limn the Itundel lu three. We are satis-
iieu ii win eaae as inucn Jiay into tho mow as two
'id horses eon draw, Wo ulxo sat, It sultlejj
hay. and think It cunnnt i,. iuu.i n. .. huv unlrfc
and cheerfully recommend It us the bst hay fork
and knife we have ever seen.
Dn. F, O. aUaalsoa,
W. II. KOONS,
it. Dioi.k!iiLL, Sn.va.sriu Posuuti.- .
They also luauufHctUre the celebrated Hockey.
Rearer aud Mower, and other agricultural Imple
SUIl A NOE AQENCY.
Wyoming ....... flSO.000
tna .T.' l.ooo.onc
Commerce ,., loo txie
actna Live Stock
Merchants , ;
Insurauce Company of Btalo Peun'a
Connecticut Mutual Life ,
North American Transit ,,.
FRUAH IlltOWN. Aoenl.
luarS 07-ly, llLOOUSUDMU, 'A
CIIAI, 1, tWAlC
"gltOWN & EWALI),
' WHCi.EHAI,U ailOCERB,
N. E. Ctr. TJiirU A Vino Btrocs,