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AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJ11G-, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
or Hhf itoung'cithisi.
Matter turiicil out exactly as ho nn
tli'lintcd, fur tlio On'r.i nwiiki'iiltiff nt
midnight, regretted having doforred
tllliu morning wliut ho might hnvo
diJrrfUio evening before. Ho therefore
jumped suddenly out or bed. nnd seiz
ing his big knife, "Let m go," wild he,
"mill rco how our young rogues nro by
thin tlmo i wo won't tnnlco two bites nt
i cherry." Therewith ho stolo on tip
toes up to his diuighlcre' bedroom, nnd
nppronched (ho bed In which lay tho
llttlo hoys, who were nil nlcep except
'rhutiibllng, who wuh dreadfully fright
ened when tho Ogro placed hU hand
upon hla head to feel It, as ho hail In
turn felt thoso of hU brothers.
Tho Ogre, who felt tho golden crowiis
said, "Truly, I was nbout to do a pret
ty Job 1 It's clear I must have drunk
too much last night." Ho then went
to tho bed whoro his daughters' slept,
and having felt tho llttlo nightcaps thnt
belonged to tho boys. "Aha!" cried
ho. "Hero nro our young wags I Let
us to work boldly I" So saying, he
cut without hesitation tho throats of his
s o v o n daughters. Well patlsflcd
with this exploit, ho returned nnd
Btretchcd himself beside his wife. As
soon as Llttlo Thumbllng heard the Og
re, snoring ho nwoko his brothers, nnd
budo them dress themselves quickly
nnd follow him. They went down soft
ly into tho garden and jumped over tho
wall. They ran nearly nil night long
trembling all tho, whlo land not know
ing whither they were going.
Tho Ogre, awaking In tho morning,
aid to his wife, "Get thee up stairs and
dress tho llttlo roguos you took In last
night." Tlie Ogress was astonished nt
tho kindness of her husband, novcr sus
pcctlng tho sort of dressing ho meant
her to glvo them, nnd fancying ho or
dercd her to go and put on their clothes;
she went up stairs when sho was greatly
surprised to find her daughters mur
dered and swimming In their ownblood.
Tho first thing sho did was to faint (for
it U tho first thing thnt almost nil wo
men do In similar circumstances.) The
Ogre.fearing that his wife would bo too
long about tho job ho had given, her to
do, went upstairs to help her. Ho Was
not less surprised than his wife, when
ho beheld this frightful spectacle.
"Hah I what havo I havo done?'' he
ox claimed. "Tho wretches shall
pay for It, and Instantly 1" Ho then
throivajugfall.or water In his wife's
face, and having brought her to, said,
"Quick! give mo my seven lea'guo boots
that I may go and catch them." Ho
set out, and after running In every di
rection, came nt last upon tho track of
the noor children', who were nofinoro
than a hundred yards from their fa
ther's house. They saw tho Ogro strid
ing from hill to hill, nnd who stepped
over rivers as easily as if they were the
smallest brooks. Llttlo Thumbllng,
who perceived a hollow rock closo by
where thoy were, hid lu.s brothers in it,
and crept In nfter Ihcm, watching nil
tho whilo tho progress of tho Ogre. The
Ogre feeling very tired .with his long
Journey to no purpose (for sovcn-lenguo
boots aro very fatiguing to tho wearer,)
was inclined to rest, and by chanco sat
down on tho very rock In which tho
llttlo boys had concealed themselves..
As ho was quite worn out, ho had not
rested long beforo ho fell asleep, and
begun to snoro so dreadfully that the
poor children wero not lesj frightened
than they wero when ho took up tho
groat knlfo to cut their throats.
Llttlo Thumbllng was not so much
alarmed, and told his brothers to run
quickly Into tho house whilo tho Ogro
was sound asleep, and not to bo uneasy
about him. They took his advlco and
speedily reached homo. Llttlo Thumb
ling having approached Ogro, gently
pulled off his boots, and put them on
directly. Tho boots were very largo
nnd very long ; but as they wero
fairy bootn,they possessed tho quality of
increasing ordiminlshing in slza accord
ing to that of tho person who wore
them, so thaathey fitted him as perfect
ly as If they had been made for him.
Ho went straight to tho Ogro's house,
where ho found his wifo weeping over
hor murdered daughters. " Your
husband," said Llttlo Thurabling to
her, "Is In great danger, for ho has been
seized by a baud of robbers, who hnvo
sworn to kill mm, If ho does not giyo
them all his gold and silver. At tho mo
ment they had their daggeis nt his ho
throat perceived moandentrcated moto
como and tell you tho situation ho wrs
In, and bid you glvo mo all his ready
cash, without kcopingany out, as olli
crwiso they will kill him without mer
cy, As time pressed he Insisted I
should tako his scvcn-leaguo boots,
which you see I havo on, In order that
I might make'.haste, nnd also bo suro
that I was not Imposing upon you."
Tho good woman.vcry much alarmed
immediately gavo him nil tho uionoy
sho could And, for tho Ogro was not n
bad husband to tier although ho cat llt
tlo children. Llttlo Thumbllng thus
laden with all tho wealth of tho Ogro
hastened back to his father's house
where he was received with great Joy,
Tneroaro many persons who dllfer
In their account of this part of tho sto
ry. nnd who pretend thnt llttlo Thumb
ling nover committed this robbery, and
thnt ho only eonslderecl lilmsoirjustl
lied In taking tho Ogro's sovon.-Ieaguo
boots, becauso ho used them oxprcssly
to run after llttlo children. Theso peo'
plo assert thnt they havo heard It from
good authority, and that they havo ov
en eaten nnd drunk In tho Woodcutter's
hou.e. They n&uro us that when Lit
tlo Thumbllng had put on tho Ogro's
boota, ho wont to Coit, where ho know
thoy wero In much trouble about an ar
my wliioli was within two hundred
leagues of them, and anxious to learn
tho success of a urtttlo that had been
fouglit. They say ho went to Bcek
tho King, and told hlin that
it ho desired it, ho would bring him
back nows of tho army bejpro tho end
of the day. Tho King promised him
a largo sum of money If ho did bo
Llttlo Thumbllng brought nowa that
very evening, nnd this llrst journoy
having made him known, ho got what
ever ho chose to ask ; for tho King paid
moat liberally for taking his orders to
tha army, and numberless Indies
l'&yo hint anything ho choso fsr nows
from their lovers, and thoy wero his
best oustomen. Ho occasionally met
with 6oaio wlvos who entrusted him
wltii letters for Uielr liusbaiidw.but they
uuld LIm 60 poorly, und tho nmoun
wan altogether so trifling, tho ho did
uk wjodeaoond- te put down uiuongst
uu moelpu what ho cot for that bit
Ylie. Alter lit had been a courier for
Fomo time, and saved n groat ileal of
money, ho leturned to his futhor.wneru
It Is impiMslblu to imiigliiti tho Joy of
tho family at M'lilnghlmiigiilii.ltoiiiiiitii
them till comfortable. I In bought mm'-ly-mudu
olllces for his father and his
brothers, unit by those means (MtnhlMi
oil thorn nil, making his own way nt
Court at thu satuo lime.
It Is a fact not generally known, per-
haps, thnt Washington drow his last
brcnth lit tho last hour of tho last day
of, tho last week of tho last month of
tho year, nnd In tho last year of tho
century. Ho died on Saturday night,
twelvo o'clock, December 81st, 17UU.
Wotlt to lie nne Now.
MANY gardeners and others who linvo
gardens delay work through tho winter
which can Just ns well bo dono then,
when three Is llltlu or nothing clso to
do until March, and then aro so hurried
with other work as to at least par
tially neglect tho other.
Wo refer to tho gathering up of tho
rubbish scattered about tho Btones,
stakes, boards, posts, henps of brush,
decayed roots pruning of tho rose
bushes, vines, and shrubbery generally;
pruning of tho fruit-trees, when tho
branches aro not too large, which ought
to bo deferred to June; pruning of tho
roots of tho dwarf-pear trees, when they
fall to fruit from rapid growth, as wo
havo often recommended, by thrusting
tho spade- down to tho handle from eigh
teen Inches to two feet from tho stem
all nround It. I'runo or clear out tho
dead or surplus sHalks of tho currant
and goose-berry bushes; scrapo and
wash with Whalo oil soap and water,ono
pound to a bucket, tho stems or trunks
of tho fruit trees that may need it.
Itepatr tho garden Implements; put
In now handles where needed; teeth In
tho wooden r.ikcs; prepare tho brush
for tho peas; tho polos for tho beans;
tho stalks Tor tho raspberries; and make
trellises for flowers and vines as may bo
necessary. Every good gardoner should
mako himself familiar with tools, and
becomo competent to do nil this work
satisfactorily in tho many days of com
paratlvo lciiuro during tho winter nnd
early spring months. Tools should bo
carefully sheltered nnd always kept In
tho best order.
Overhaul occasionally tho seed-chest
to sco that tho uilco havo not, desplto
your efforts nt safety, got among them
" Tho hot-bod,? should now bo mado for
tho eropof caulillowcr and lettuce.. In
some gardens theso beds havo already
been rando, our own moro than two
weeks ago, tho cuiliflowcr plants nro
growing finely, nnd tho long scarlet rail
ish is up. But It Is not too lato yet for
theso beds; in cold springs they are bet
tcr late, for tho heat of the manure
sometimes becomes exhausted beforo It
has performed Its ofllco when mado up
at too early a period. During tho com
Ing month tho hot-beds for cabbage, to
mato, beet and eggplants must bo under
way. livery farmer sr.ouiu Jiavo ti not-
bed or two, as ho has plenty of horso
manuro and thoy nro very simply mado
ns described by our Chcsapcako City
correspondent in another column.
Thero Is a grcatgaln In tho work of tho
season to havo tho tilings wo Jiavo
named attended to, so that when tho
active labors of tho garden begin thero
will bo no draw-backs or hindrnnccs,
but everything can go on steadily and
regularly. Gcrmanlomi Telegraph
jyj- A T I O N A L
LIKE INSURANCE CO.
UNITED STATES O V AMHHIUA,
WASlttNUTON, I. ft
ArritovKD July 2.", IMS,
PAID IN FULL.
l RAN Oil O PI' ICE:
KHUr NATIONAL BASK I1CIMIINO,
1' II I L A 1) E L P H I A,
Whero tho ccncral business or tho Company is
transacted, nnd to which nit general correspon
dence should be addressed.
O F P I O E R 8 !
r.r.Aitnvf'P. n. CLARK. President.
JAY COOlUS, Chairman Finance, and Exccullvo
HENRY 1). COOKE. Vlco-I'rcsldcnt.
EMERSON W. PELT, Secretary nnd Actuary
Ti.iPnmnnnv.Nntional in Its character, offers
by reason or its Largo Capital, Low Kates of l'rc
mlum and New Tables, tho moitdoslrablcmcaus
of Insuring llfoyet presented to 1110 puiuic
TLin mini nf nromlum being largely reuuecu
are made as lavorauio io uw wuiv.. . .
the best Mutual Companies, anu nvoiu an me
complications and uncertainties or nonce, uiv
dends, and tho inlsunderstandlngswhlchtholat
ter nro so ant to causo tho policy-uoiucr.
Several new and attracllvo tnuics aro now pre
sented, which need only to uo unuerstoou io
t.rnvnnni'nrilnlilntOlllO miUllC. SUCH iw mu i-
rnMK-lMtOIlUCING POLICY AND RETURN
ini-iTHM POLICY. In tho former, tho policy.
i.M.iar not onlv secures a lifo Insurance, paynblo
at death, but will receive, lr iiving.aner a periou
of n few years, an annual Incomo equal to ten
per cent. (10 per cent.) of tho par of his policy. In
tho latter, tho company agrees u i .- . v.v
assured the total amountoi money no uiwiiuiu,
in mlilltlon to tho amount or his policy.
Tho nttcntibn of persons contemplating insur
i n, fir i!iunr Increasing tho amount of in
suranco they already have, Is called to thcspcclal
advantages offered by tho National 1.110 insur
Circulars, Pamphlets nnd full particulars given
on application to tho Branch oinco or me torn
pan-, or to . .. & CQ r)liaaelphla.
General Agents for Pennsylvania and Southern
JOEL E. BRADLEY, IiloomsbLrg Pa.,
Special Agent for Montour&Columbla Counties
Feb. 18,'S0.-lyr .
FIIESH AltniVAL OF
FALL AND WINTEU 0001)3.
Tho subscriber lias Just returned from tho cities
Willi another largo nnd select assortment nf
BPniNO AMD SUMMEIl CIOOIW,
purchased in Now York nnd Philadelphia at lh
lowest figure, nnd which ho is determined to sell
on as moderate terms ns can bo procured eiso
wlicro In Uloomsburg. Ills stock comprises
LADIES' DltESS GOODS
of tho choicest styles nnd latest fashions, together
with a largo lassortment of Dry Goods and uro-
cerlcs, consisting of tha following articles!
Boots and Shoes,
Hats nnd Caps,
AND NOTIONS GEN KALLY.
In short, everything usually kept in country
stores, to which no Invites tho attention of tho
publio generally. The highest prico will bo paid
for country produce In exchange for goods.
8. H. MILLER & SON.
Arcodo Buildings, Bloomsburg, To.
TTNFAILING EYE PKESERVEItS,
Messrs. LAZAUU3 & MOIUUS,
OPTICIANS & OCULIST
lInvc,wlthnv!cvlojMcettho Increased demand
C E L E II 11 A T E 1)
WlIEAT-IJllAN POK MlLCU COWrf
Cows that glvo milk rcqulro feed that
abounds In albuminous mntter, in order
to bo ablo to maintain a satisfactory
ilow of rich milk. Buckwheat-bran
will produco nbout as largo a quantity
of milk as wheat-bran. But tho milk
mado by feeding buckwheat-bran will
bo thin and poor, and much Inferior to
tho milk which a cow gives when her
feed is composed largely of wheat-brau,
which contains a largo amount of nlbu-
minous matter. But wheat-bran under
goes n great Improvement by being
cooked beforo it is fed. Agricultural
chemists tell us that bran contains
raoro than fourteen per cent, of albu
men, which is an excellent feed for
making rich milk. Besides this, wheat
bran contains about threo percent, of
phosphoric acid, which is an excellent
article, in tho lino of fertilizing mater
ials, for producing bountiful crops of
any kind of grain or vegetables, whero
a person has only one or two milch
cows, it will always bo prolitablo to
scald tho bran beforo feeding to tho
cows. Let n few quarts bo put in a tub,
and boiling-hot water turned in nnd
mingled with It until tho mass isnsthlu
as gruel ; then allow it to stand over
night, or during tho day, covorcd closo
ly. A good cow, fed with such a mess
and prlino hay, will roll out tho rich
milk almost as abundantly ns if sho
wero "fed on grass, provided sho has a
comfortable shed or stable, In cold
. M.,rnlly to Wllllnmsport, (except Bindny)
iri:lmlrn,C'annndnlgua, lturlioskr, Buffalo,
uspenslnn Bridge, nnd N, Falls.
. M Dally, (except Sundays) for Elm Ira nnd
iuiralo via l!rlo Hallway mini Mnilra.
'OltTIIEHN CENTRAL HA11--
WAY. ..... . ..
oh nnd after May lutn lbos, jrauis win
leave NoiiTiiUMiiKii:.ANn ns follows I
423 A. M.,nnlly lo Vllllamsport, (except fjnndny)
i o r 1. i m l ra , '
0.10 p.m., Dally, (except Sundays) for Williams
P TIIAINS S0UTHWAUO.
LM A.M. Dally (except Monday's) for Ilattlmoro.
WILMINGTON AND PHILADKLrJUA.
9.30 P.M. Dally (cxccptHundny'sJforllaltlmoro
wasningion uuu i iiiiiiucij;. YOUNG,
General Pusseuger Agent.
T ACKAWANNA AND BLOOMS-
1J 11111.11 UAil.AOAl)
On nnd DftjrNov.TOlh, l rnssongcr Trains will
run ns iumowsi
n. m, p.m.
Berwick R 7.55
it loom n:m
North'd 0.13 0.05
Tho 11.10 Train at Scranton makes connections
with Express Train for New York nl 3 o clock
p.iiipHrriviUEiuj.iuw "". ""y.'i'jt . .,
a. m. p.m. .
Tho underslrned would respectfully aunonnco
Io tho publlo that ha lias opened n
F1I1ST-CLAB3 CONPECTIONEIIY STOW-,
PLAIN & FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC KHU1TS,
NUTS, 11A1SINH,;AC, AC, AC.
11Y WHOI,15BAl.lt Olt HKTAlt.
n mil nxmrtmcnt of nil goods In
ills lluo of business. A great vnrioty of
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac.,
.nitnbloforllio Holidays. Particular nltcntlon
DUE AD AND CAKES,
of all kinds, fresh over day.
OIIKIBTMAS CAN 1) I EH,
A call Is solicited, and satisfaction will be
Nov. 22. 1SC7. ECK1IAUT JACOBS.
IRON, TINWARE, &C.
Tho subscriber, proprietor of llio nlK.vo-1 amed
cxleiislvo eslabllshmenl, is now prcm -celvo
orders for nil kinds of
MACIIINEHY Port C0LLIEU1E3, 11LAT
FU11NACE3, STATIONARY ENGINES,
MILLS, TlIltESlIING MACHINES, AO
Ho Is also prcpaicd to mako Btovcfl of all slr.es
and pntlcrus, Plow-Irons, nnd everything usually
mado In first-class Foundries.
His oxtenslvo facilities ond pr.wllcal workmen
warrant litm in receiving the largest contracts on
I he most reasonable terms.
Grain of nil kinds will bo taken in oxeiiaiige lor
This establishment Is located near vuo jjioho
wanna nud Bloomsburg Itnllroad Depot.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
V, o..i i.ivnri:onniInlnt. BroiiM.in. "il
dfieasesof tho Throat, Chest and ,C
...n.i miflrnlv nr roots nud her Im. n...'
will cunylncoaiiy ono wlia ' Rives It a t,i,J
bottles, prcpurru nun BU j, .""imu nn il
fcCo. Schuylkill Haven. Pn, ami i,,,J"j
'I' A Y L O It ' B
1J 1 T T E 11 8
rtREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
n.-m.Ei c . rr. 1 1 I..
AT uii 1 il OAVAfc-,
IN LiailT STREET,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
THE subscriber lias Just received and has on
hand nt his old stand In Light Street, a largo nnd
ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE
purchased nt the lowest flguro, and which ho
determined to sen on ns moueraio ikiu
bo procured elsewhere In Light Street,
FOIl CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
nis stock consists of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
choicest styles and latest fashions,
READY MADE CLOTHING
Cottonadcs. Kentucky Jeans.
AC. AO AC.
Quccnsware, Ccdarware, Hardware, Medicines,
Drugs, Oils, Taints, Ac.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS
In short everything usually kept In n conntry
store The patronage of his old friends nnd tho
nubile cencrally. is respectfully soucneu.
Tho highest market price raid for country pro
Light Street, Nov. 8 1SC7.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE
WINTEU TIME TABLE.
Timonau anddikeot nouTE unTwisEH riiiLA-
BELrnrA, haltimoue, iiAitmsnuno, wil-
MAMSronT, AND TUB
GIIEAT OIL IlEGION OF PENNSYLVANIA
r.LnaANT si.EnriNa cars
On all Night Trains.
On nnil ntlrr MojinAY. Nov. alrd 1SC3. the
Trains on tho Philadelphia AErlo Hull Iloud will
run as lollows:
MAIL TKA1N leaves Philadelphia 10.45 p.m.
EKIE EXP11ESS eaves inTlladelphinl!"!ll ju in.
" arr. at Erie 10.00 a.m.
ELMIIIA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 8.00 n.iu.
" " arr. at Lock Haven 7.15 p.m.
MAIL TllAIN leaves Erie 10.45 n.m.
' " Kortnu .30 a.m.
' " orr.ntl'lilladelnhla 10.00 a.m.
EllIE EXI'IIESS leaves Erie :....-.0.25 p.m.
" " arr.atl'hlladelphla 1.20 p.m.
Mall and Exnrcbs ronnects A 1 1 li Oil Creek aud
Allegheny Itlver Jtnll ltoad. Baggngo checked
Jt x t UI.IV
General Superintendent, Wllllamsport.
C. C. MAP.U'S
to an J viva blook,
ON TUB COUNKK OF MA1IKET AND IUON BTUEKTH.
The undersigned having received from the city
a full and complcto supply oi
SritlNG AND SUMMER
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
TIN-WARE AND HARD-WARE,
CEDAR AXD TVILLOW-WARE,
II A 1 S AND SHOES,
FLOUR, SALT, FISH, AND MEAT,
all of which I proposo selling nt n very low figure
for cash or produco.
Jty Call and see.
gTOVES AND TINAVARE.
announces to his Irlends nnd customers that
continues the nbovo business nt his old place on
MAIN STREET, DLOOMSUU11G.
Customers can bo accomodated with
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, nnd every va
riety of artlelo found in a Stovo nnd TInwnro Es
tablishment in tho cities, nnd on tho most reason
ablo terms. Repairing done nt tho shortest notlco.
25 DOZEN MILK-PANS
on hand for sale.
CIATAWIBSA RAILROAD On and
after MONDAY, Nov. S3, ltW, Passenger
tialns on the Culnwlbsu Itailioad will run at tho
lollowlng named hours:
Dep. 7.50 n.m
E. Moliouy June.
Arr, 0.10 p. m.
" 0.12 '
" J.&5 '
" 4.10 '
" 0.3.5 '
" 2.13 "
" 1.50 "
" 1.10 "
" 1.20 "
" lo.lo a.m.
April 12, 1807.
C. C. MARR.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTEU GOODS,
FA LI, AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS;
HATS AND CAPS,
JyTEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON MAIN BTKEET, NrJAKLY OrrOSITE aiLLBR'
The undersigned has Just fitted up nnd opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
In Hits nlnn. where )ir Is nrennred In make tin
new Tin WAHKof all kinds In his line, and do I
repairing wllh neatness nnd dispatch, upon me
must reasonablo terms. Ho also keeps on hand
STOVES OF VARIOUS PATTERNS & STYLES,
which hn will sell unon terms to suit nnrchasers.
Give him n call, lie is n good lnecnanlc, nud I
ucserviug ni tuo puuuo patronage.
Bloomsburg, April 28, 1SC7.
A mild nnd ngrceablo Tonlo Stimulant. 4
nclilc nnd coJininauvo
U I T T E R S ,
Extracted entirely from Herbs nud Him.u.1
ly bcucflclal In
GENERAL DEBILITY, ;
and Loss of Appetite; 1
and nn excellent Corrective for personmjj
from Disorders of tho Bowels, Klntnltiwi
Q.EORGE H. ROBERTS,
Importer nud Dealer in
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AO.,
No. 311 North Third Street, nbovo Vine,
JAcon K. Smith. J. R. Seltzer
gMITII & SELTZER,
Importers and Dealers In Foreign and Domestic
cpot, No. 4U Market Street, l'hlblt .S
J. K, TAYLOR A CO, p
Sept. 1,'GS-ly. J
I To New York via. Head
t lug or Mauch Chunk.
From New York viu. I
blanch Chunk. f
NoCliaugool cars between Willfamspoit and
Phlladeliilii.i. GEO. WEUll huy't.
Miss A. D. AV EBB,
II I,OOMI101iO, P A
As tlielrsoloAgent forthls place. They havi
taken caro to glvo all needful Instructions, and
have conlldcnco in tbo ability of their ageuU to
meet the requirements of all customers. An op.
portunlty will bo thus nfforded to procure, nt nil
SPECTACLES UNEQUALLED BY' ANY FOIl
THEIIl STRENGTHENING AND PRESER
Too much cannot bo said as to their BUPERI
ORITY over tho ordinary glasses worn. There is
no gllmincrtnff, wavering of the tight, dizziness, or
other unpleasant sensation, but on tho contrary,
from tho peculiar construction of the Lenses
they aro soothing and pleasant, causing a feeling
of relief lo tho wearer, and PRODUCING A
CLEAR nnd DISTINCT VISION, ns in tho unfit-
ral healthy tight. They nro tho only Spectacle:
PRESERArE AS AVELL AS ASSIST
THE SIGHT I
And nro tho CHEAPEST because thoBEST, nl
wnys lasting many ykaus without change bo
Miss A. D. AVEBB,
In tho ONLY Agent appointed in
6T AVE EMPLOY NO PEDDLERS.
T J. B R O AV E R,
Is now ottering to tho publlo his Stock of
consisting In part of n full lino of
TTJORATTJ. AVOOL AND RAG
Fine cloths and cosslmero for Ladles' coats,
HANDSOME DRESS GOODS,
of all patterns and qualities, Inlalds and Prints
of various qualities and prices,
BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLINS,
LADIE'S FRENCH CORSETS.,.
Good assortment of
LADIES' A CHILDREN'S GAITERS ROOTS.
Fresh Groceries and Spices. New assortment
GLASS AND QUEENS-WARE,
FX NO. 1 MACKEREL
in ono-half and one-fourth barrels.
Now Is tho tlmo to make your selections, ns I
am offering goods at very low prices, and our
motto Is fair dealing to all, and -not to be under
sold by any. J. J.
Bloomsburg. April 12, i&ot.
ARCH LIST AT I. W. IIAHTMAN'S.
PLENDID "WINTER DRESS
doods Selling nt a low flfjure, nt
I. -V. HAItTMAK'3.
WIISTISK AUHAJNUilJJrsT, DOC. I1UI, IW;
Great Trim lit Lino Horn the North nudNorlh
Wcfst lor riiiliiUcliiliiu(lSuw York,Keauiii, iVotts
vllle, Tummiim, Ahhluud, Lebanon, AtluniOAvn,
Kastun, Kphrula, Lltlz, Lancaster, Columbia, Ac,
Trutus leave llurrisburg tor New York, as lol
lows: At 6.50aud8.luii. m.. 12.40 iiuou and
JLOo iUU,60i.m., connecting with hhnltar imlns on
inu i u. itauiouu, ami uriivuit? at rCAV lorn, ai
Jl.UO, .A 11 jU a.m., & a,0U 7,00 & lU.tti p. irl
teitt;i)lny cam accompanying tho tf,0U a.m. nnd
1U.0O p.m. trains wUUout change. I
Leave Jlairlsburg lor Heading. rottsvllle, Ta
mmma, Mlncrsvlllu, Ashland, l'inu Uroo, Allen
town and riiiladelphla al S,10 a.in., uud -,U5 and
iu p.m., Kiotipinj; ai ijtuanon una principal way
stations; thu vup.in, mailing connectiona for
'tiiladclnniaand coiumbiauniy. Fur i'ottsviUo
acliuylkill JIavcn nud Auburn, via bchuylUlll
anu Ruwmt'uai.ua xuiiiroau, xeavu uarrisuurg at
;hj p.m. uuiuiuiii),'; 1jL'uu huw ioik. ut v,w
tn. and liUU in., aud 5.1U and H.W n.ni. Hleenlmr
cars accoinpunyluy thu y,0Ua.m.,niKl 6,10 uud 8,00
. in., iruius wiuiuut ciiauu. iruy i iissif uyur
.'rain leaves Ijlilladulphiaai7fo0u.iu.,ietuining
lutn iieauiugaierK)p.iiifcioppingni an bullions;
'ottsvlllo atT'tiU a. ui., aud .Bijp.m., Abhland 7,00
.in and 12. 1U noon, uud 2.00 n. in.. Tamaaua nt
:,80 a, in, und 2,20 lor rhlladctphta
Lvavu I'otUvlllo lor llarrlhburir. via Bchnvlklll
nud Busquehanua Itallroad nt 7,10 a.m. nud 11,'W
noon. ior riuuurovu uuu irt'iuom,
Heading Accommodation Train leaves Heading
nt 7,:W a. in., returning lrum Thlladelphla nt 4,lu
PotUtown Accommodation Tralmleavearotta
town nt a.m.,, returning, leaves Philadelphia
ut 4,W p.m.
uoiumoia ituuroau lruius; jeavo iteatung ni
no a.m.. and 0-15 p.m. for Ephrata. LHlz. Ijuicas-
ltr, Columbia, Ac.,
l'erkiomeu Hall Road Trains leavo Perk lorn en
Junction at y,15 a.m., and 6.30 p. in. Heturulug :
Leave oaipi'iitit hl d,iu luin., nuaiz.-jj p.m.. con
necting wun Hunuar iraiut on iieauing ltauroau
On buuduys, leave New York nt ,oo p.m., Phil
adelphia 8,00 a.m. nnd 3,15p.m., the tt.oo a.m. train
running only to Heading; PottHvllle 8,00 n.m.i
Ilarrisourg o,oo n.m. auu 4,10 ana 10,00 p.m., nna
Heading at 1,05 nnd 3,00 nud 7,15 n.m. for llarrls
burg. nnd 12,50 n,m and 7,31 rum. for New York,
und 4,2j p.m. Tor Phlladclplihu
fMminu tut Inn. Milf-nirf. Season . School and Ex
cursion tlekeU to nud lrom all polnU, ut 1 educed
Hairaajie checked inrougn; 100 pouuus nuoweu w
Reading, I'a., Dec. 11, 1103.
FEW MORE LOHO SHAWLS
' AT A a UK AT HEDUCTION.AT
I. W. HAUTJIAN'S.
LADIE'S CLOTH SACKS
r- crmtnCim nt.
jsiuraeu ituwn 11 u w w -
I, AV. IIAHTMAN'S.
rpiIE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.!
REAKFAST SHAAYLS AND
Wool Scarfs wltlfr few Ladles' Bridal
nud oilier Hoods down In prices, at
I. W. HAUTMAN'S.
CAunoTS.-Cdrrotd noajesi not only fat
tening proportius cquul to outs, but lo
euro to tho liorso In winter flno health,
looso skin nnd n glossy coat of hair. An
aero of land which will produco sovonty
flvo luisheli of oata will produce
hundred buslieli of carrots. Wlicn first
given they nro diuretic and laxative
butVns tho horso bucolneSieccustomed to
them theso effects coasbtSbo produced.'
Horses tlirlvo on carrots, and tonio J uai
clous farmers feed their hordes witli
equal proportions of oats und carrots.
From tho healthful cflocta i-amlting
from tlicir rcfulur but moderate uso
thoy would bo advantageously purchas
od at tlio tamo price ns oats, if they
could be procured no cheaper.
New OitciiAiiiw. Tlio high prico u(,
fruit nud Hio facilities which now exist
for shipping it to distant markets nro in
duclni; furmers to enlurgo their orchards
or to plant now ones. In tlio laying out
of tlioground for iiow-orchards attention
shonld bo given to tlio aspect nud tlio
naturo of tho soil. Thorough drainage
should bo secured. Somo soils nro situ
ated on u gravelly or porous eub-soll ;
and, being thus naturally drained, do
not rcqulro tho application of artificial
means, Sub-Boillug Is very beneficial in
preparing land forfruit-treos.nslt breaks
up tho liard-pan, deepens tho soil, und
penults tho roots to descend to suita
ble depth without coming in contact
with stagnant water,
Tnisiii! is no danger of getting too
much fruit, for tho demand for tho best
qualities exceeds tlio supply. Every
one loves fruit and but few havo nil of
It that thoy ileslro.
y E II A. V E NO
Farmers nnd Coalers w)iot,end their orders direct
to us, can avail lliain&elves of tlio
Amliai'eifle Owimiuiox. Early ordcra will lio
advantageous to liuycra.
ALLEN & NEEDLES.
FEW MORE REMNANTS
of Trlnts, DeLalns, Muslins, Casslmoru.&c.,
at cost or less, at I. W. IIAHTMAN'S,
IIREE NEW ROLLS OF
Carpet Just received at
I. W. IIAHTMAN'S.
.,0011 OIL CLOTHS
ft nlco pattern of eacli
at I. W. IIAHTMAN'S.
A M M O N I A T E I) V E It T I I, I '. E It.
PERUVIAN a U A N O .
Wo fll only No. l-iecelved direct from Uio
A hpltmlld Manuro lwkwl in tmrrilif.
OF LIME, TVTEN'S, LADIE'S, & CHILDREN'S
i . . r w HAlVPWAK'fl.
TASINS, PRUNES, DRIED
reacncH.uiierries, Appies, nuu,. ,.v..u
on hand ut I. W. JlAUTaiAm n
TVTINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL
-l-'"- ... 11.1 ,. .1,1. irni-uly
WllOllVU OJT 1TCHCIUUH BUI'JM. ...... b""
low forcosu, at i, w, iiAinwan o.
Wo ulso offer for nolo l'UiiH Lawo TLAami,
HriiiutULig Ckmkht una full assortment of
Ouv. uud Candles. A DWCOUNT TO 11EAL-
A L Ii E N & N E E I) L E B ,
lii Houth Dclawuro Avenufe, Phila
A It R E N'S
AMD wATEit riioor imi'uoved yiita
IViL T A ND CEMENT 11 0 OPING I
Tlio advantages whlcn this composition lxissessea
ureinany. H UUith water-litht and llre-prooi.
EHTAllUailEU IN 18W.
Vim .if a hr
THE llLOOMBinJW! HtON CO.,
Pob. lH.'ftl.ly, HLOOUSUUIIQ l'A
ONYDER, HARRIS & UAflSETT,
Manuauitureri and Jabbers of
MKN'B AND BOYB' C'OTHINO,
Xos. m Market, and K3 Cou rc Street,
,, ,.. ....... n-u,...i i.v h,.t. r.r iiLI. It ran bo I
li.ar..r,f lu.lni, nil flint Ih rtiulred. It is easily
unif quickly repaired. Its cost Is less than any
r,iher ilrn-nroof roof now lu use. Testliuonlala
iroru all parU of tUe country as to Its durability ,
security uuu cepu ; . SM-rjy, ,
June M'08. Aeeut, Illoomsbuig,
A lino sneelmeu of tlio roofing ran bo seen at
W 11 , Koous' new ouso on, l'lftli Htrcet,
T E D
1 000 M K N w A N 'l
entirely new, Hend for circular and Terms. No
Kill cnlerprlsii or Humbug, aiic Jcm Ji.J.lurum,
niuannou Miroll, i, T,
pUMPS ! PUMPS FOR SALE.
',.t.A ..n.njlnnMl f.,ra lunvatn Inform tho cill
kciis of tlitsulaeti and vicinity that lie Is prepared
to furnUli.atshortnotice.ouoof Hie best W OOD
EN I'UMr.S for Wells and Cisterns ever oflercd
lo Iho public. They ere guaranteed to throw
more water in less time and will less labor Uian
iliiv other numn In this part of tho country . and
they caiiuol be surpassed for beauty or nulsh, oi
simplicity of ttrrangeuicut.ulso combining cheap.
.....i .i.ip.ii.iniv iTnpli numn lielnif warrant.
d to iierform 1U V ork well or no sale, Ellas
Hhuiuun U oKfnt (or Columbia county. Trice
76 cents per fo 1 iced In tho weU. Orders by
mail or otherwise vrpinptiy oitciiuwi io.
tpt, 4,'iiH-lr EUAB'raUlJftlAN, CuUvlssu To.
THE SINGElt HEWING MACHINE
1IKATJ3 Till! I.18T,
And leads the column 4,908 ahead of all others,
Tills jnacmue a iww
MOST POrULAH IN USE.
It uses tho nnest needle of any Machlno in ox
Ally IttUy WUULUia buw
....1. .lnt.rPktfl llV ItUVllli:
HINGi:it. It Is easier to run. ieiirn uiul keep In
order than any Macuine iniuewonu.
OVER SM.OOO OK THEM IN UBE.
m... in.,,i,i.llnn clvpn thnso who mir
chase.and tho Machine will iik wauiiantku to
y'i"Sse calf at my Btoro and aatlsfy yourseU-es,
Anriis.vn.tr. iiloomshurg, l'u.
n O L U M II I A HOUSE,
Havino lately purchased and (Hied tip tho
well-known mouisou jiotei i-j-openy, ,u,iw,
raw noons auovk tuk couiit house,
ontnesame siuo m me snct, , ...
Illoomsburgi and having obtained a license for
the samo as a
tho Proprietor lias determined to glvo to the peo
ple VlSlllllg 1110 town on uusiueaa vt mm,u,
A UTTLE MOllE HOOM,
. . ., . , n,t ,B flttml u
111H SiaUUUg nisu is CAiouaiyc. . ..,-
to put buggies and currluges lu the dry. He prpni.
lses that everything about his esUibllsliiueul shall
! .;..,, I,, !...! I,, nnlnrlv RTirl liiwllll luulllicr!
and he respectfully sollcIU a share of the publio
l ttirouunv. ,.. . -
ET THE BEST.
Tlunson's Copper Tubular Lightning Mod Is
the best prtccllon against disaster by lightning
ever Invuedo. The subscriber is ageni ior mo
liovo Invention, anu an oruers py uian ur iu
erson will be promptly Btteuiiedio.
May 15. 'ta E, 11. 1IIULEMAN.
W. BLAI50N & CO.,
OIL CLOTim AND WINDOW BHADEH,
Warehouse, No. 12i North Third Btrtet
nonrs and snorcpt,
HOOTS AND Kiions
HOOTS AN11 HlKlIW.
llOOTH AND H1IOEH
HOOTS AND H1IOIW,
HUA 11 Y-M A III J CU1TI 1 1 NO
l'AINTH AND OILS,
l'AINTH AND OILS,
l'AINTH AND OILS,
l'AIN PS AND OILS,
, l'AINTH AND OILS,
For restoring Gray Haji1
its natural Vitality andCj
hair i sooni.T-,!
with Ih, , IX
II A R D W A R E,
a U N S, CUTLERY, dC,
NO. 1W N. THIRD STREET, AB. CAI.LOWUII.L,
TOBACCO & SEGARS.
JJ W. RANK'S
Wllill,l'..l,tt iuiialcu, niN uri , j.u
No. 119 North Third Street,
between Cherry nnd Hare, west hide,
ARTMAN & ENGELMAN,
TOBACCO, SNUI'I'' 4 HEOAH
VO. 313 HOKTII THIRD 8TKKKT,
Second lloor below Wood,
J. W. Wartman P. Enoklman
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
801 BROADWAY, NEW YOEK,
f ntll Ihi ticntloi of th Tfid ta Ibrli ittntit MrlmM t lit
bef, of Ihsjir rabtmtiua, unmiriiir ami ifrndr.
W pnbllib tr Far T tubird of UtrfOMtpU Vl
0f ImpeHJ Vli tn
thoicol pfoJutUdB of
libii iuiltit tibaipfrBiihi-ii
irff Ur(t otimiTit, UelHlo tkt
a, tjiiHrW, . W Mion, Limy, a4
, ruii!t (f
I ami fui,
--aK5fX3P" TIliu hair iQo
cncil, fulling Iimr I'lictUtl, k ,
no oficu, though not almv-U
liy its use. Nolliins tan n--
hair where thu follicles uicig,-,
or tlio rIiukIi utropliicil and ' '
Rut such ns remain can he
usefulness by this npjilicnlicii.
of fouling Iho hair with arif,1
mcnt, it will keep it olonn mil777,
lis occasional tiso will pretcnt Hi
from turning gray or falling it
consequently prevent liaMnci-ji
from those (lelctcrious iik-Iau iSJ
make Eomo preparations
injurioiis to tho hair, the Viali
oiily benefit but not harm il.
merely for n Ue
nothing cbo can bo foiiml w 'jjj
Containing ncitlier oil nor tit'. '
not toil wlnto cambric, uua
long on tho hair, giving it a r 4
lustro nuil u grateful pcrfunie. jrj;
Prepared by Dr. J. C. A)er'
Practical and Analvtr a (V'
phich tl.OO. ti
TOR MJIMFTflXQ THE B
Tho n put '9!
rdlent inul J
many oi mlih
case, tii'K "
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'H,
MeKELVY, NEAL & CO.'S,
JIcKELVY, NEAL i CO.'S.
Mt'KliLVY, NEAL & C0.'8.
MeKELVY, NEAL cS CO.'S.
Northwest corner ot Main nud Market Streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Nortliweht corner of Main nnd Market Streets.
Northwest corner or Main and Market Streets,
Northwest co rner of Mnln and Market Streets,
iron and nails,
iron and nails,
iron and nails,
iron and nails,
iron and nails,
In larco Quantities and at reduced rates, alwav
CIIICKERlNa & SONS,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS
Received Hie First Grand Gold Medal, and still
THE CROSS OF THE LEGION OF IIONOIl
UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION, PARIS, 1SOT.
Theso were Iho hluhost awards of the Exnosl-
tlon, and the honkaof CnicKi:i:iha&Bo.sb was
too only iiMEHi imuoreu.
In Iho Untied States wo havo heen awarded
Sixty-nine First PltKMiriiH In direct comne-
tlllon with tuo icuiune muiiuiaciurers oi 1110
country, 'nu ntlho ureal i:xiiiiiition in lxinuon
wo receivea iho ntKiichi nwnui mven to any
liianufuctureiB In the United statts. Total Hev-
enty-ono Fir.t Premiums, aud the most ilalter
lnit testimonials lrom the leuiliij artists of tho
NO. 11 EAST FOURTEENTH ST., NEW YORK,
Ilctween liroadway aud Fifth Avenue.
The undersigned Itcgs leavo to inform iter
frlcmiH ana mo puuue generally, mat sue uas
a fresli stocli
of goods In the line or
MILLINERY Uiul TRIMMINGS
In connection with Dress Making; and Is nro.
pared in tuiuiuon, to
COLOR STRAW HATH
on the shortest notice, and In tho best stylo of
llio uri rru'cstncupuuuwon.huuMaciury.
MRS. E. KLINE.
Light Street, October 1, 1S17.
LII'PINCOIT t TROTfER,
No. 21 North Water Street,
aud No. 9) North Delaware Avenue
Late Walter k Kaub,
Imiwrter and Dealer la
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUKENHWAHE,
No, 421 Market Street.
JOHN STROUP & CO.,
Successors to Stroup & Ilrother,
WUOLESAIJ! DEALHIta IN V;SII,
No. 81 North WMrvt, .nd2J Ntilli Wntil fct,
THE LANDS OF THE BIBLE,
A aii and littmttlf 1ntrtIln rl . Alio. Illomlnattd and Tratari
fat Vtw. IP vraal rli. W ara alia tirluma Airuti lu Amrra
tur - rrnattR'a ola ifw, of wbUb a tiitnn
asaaitmtal. Aftati far Irlih a brrira (1 I 4 6 1 si la. I boir!all
IU HotUcilauJ, Iba l.Bioa, ).Uluil, bkatlaud, WtU, 4.
BTFBtOBCOrrs W maaaractar rr Ui(lTt "ft but U'i
lot 1 e( IU till it(, at tha (ml rati
PIIOTOOBtnilC ALBUMS. Our Hiaufaf lar nf Altnma la H
koawn iu(uu(but lot country aupaiicr In uualit; aud tiri ta ail
All aril a r malt In mr air FarlM-a. tan our alt Ira art diHrHOt
from tboa af aaf Mbar luatrr. Vwjata afaauld ul fail la
ataik aafoit mtliwl lhair purchaara.
they wero painfully afflicting, hate 1 1 J
I, lhat ttxnei It s)iliaraitaJ fim II
LubiIsbi lliiliu, ViauaA au) Htm, au4 auflj I be ttad nt iba
Tbaa bioiful rtrti
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
SOI llROlDWAT, N. Y.,
lmiorUrs and Monufr" uf 0tar3t'biQ MatcrUl
The undersigned would respectfully announce to
the citizens of Uloomsburg aud tbo public gene
rally tha ho Is running an
between tills nlacoand tho different rallioudde
liots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect with the
several trains going South and West ou the Cata
wlssa and Wllllamsport Railroad, and with thoso
going North and South on tho Lackawanna and
His Oinulbusses are lu good comlltlou, conirao.
dloiis und comlorlable, aud charges n asonable.
Persons wishing to meet or see their menus ao-
part.canba accomodated upon reasonable chargo
by leaving lliaely notlco at any of tho hotels.
JACOI1 L GIRTON, Proprietor.
cured In fuch preut nutnlicra in nln. J st
tlon oi uio country, mat mo imiiiic ta mm
he luforincil ot iU lrtucs or uses. t ,
Scrofulous poison in ono of the me !
enemies of our race. Often, thUun-u' i
tenant of tlio organism undermines Ik'?1
ami Invites tho uttack of cnfucbliiifrcr
Itliout excitinj; n suspicion of iu pre r,
It Beeiiis to brceil infection tlirotin'liuu!.'l '
then, on eomo favorablo occasion, ra ,
intoonoorotlicrof Its lihleous luiinf v:
biiri'aco or anionp tho itals, In tlie-rr
clea may bo suddenly deponiletl in -ri
heait, or tumors formed in tho Iiut.t,
Its presence liy cruptionn on the tlr
ntionaoneoincimrlof tho body. H'SST
tioii.il uso of a tjoltto of thU .S'iiit'1'.,;(
i isalde, even lien no ncttvo pj mp . (
nmiear. I'ersons ailllcted with the
plaints generally find immediate r C
lenRtli. cure, by Uio tiso of this .!' J
T. it St. A.,tli,,,.i' If'Jrx. lintR Of. V
Tcticr, nan Jtiieumt actiut vir'ir -ttuvo
I'uvsi ori JUira, aud othti V
moio concealed forms, as liiinl
UibIo iorms of Scrofutou din-wu
ami inu uiioua ulcerous uuutiivi"
larnnd iutvoih (syetems. fif
$VIh lUi or t'encrcnl and Mcrrw j
nio cuied by it, though a loufrllmi
nihdiiingUieo obstinate maladies 1 .?;
Hut long rontiuued uso ofthi3 "' i'-v
tho complaint. Lrurorrha n or II
VtcvrutUtuSf and JV-muM J'fJ"rj
nionly eoon relieved and ultimately I ,
jmrlUhitf and fnlgoratlnK eflect.
ilnnH'ntr eaclt caso uro found in ourr
plied gratii. llhrinnutlum "d cs
caused by accumulation of cxirt
lu thu blood, vield nu icily to HHXt,
Complaint, Torpidity, Voutint Vil
VKttlvnoY iho m et; amiff tiui
as they otten do. from tho raiir-lintr
blood. ThU NAlUiAVAItii'Wwmj
Hoicr for the Btrength and vigor IT j
'iliosoMlio are huumtUl and Lt
unit, tilcrple$nt aim irouuieawmi
prthcnnlana or Fears, or any
A It M E It SI I
xr.y tii i;
ALT A VELA PHOSPHaTE.
It contains threo per cent, of Ammonia, an
ninidu quantity to nive activity without Injury
to the vegututlou, and u large percentage of so
Inlil.i ltmio I'linkiiluilH of 1.1lm. leeelher wllh
IMIiikh nod Hmla, the essential eltmiuls of u I
COMl'l.l.TKMANUIlIi Tho lncnond Hilento
lariuers whoaio ubIui! il with hiRhiy munacio
ry results is n sure guurnnti o ol lis value. Price,
$511 per ton of 10 bugs nu IbH each, bend for u
11 Till! ALTAVRLA GUANO CO..
H. S. 1IIS1IOP A Co. Agents,
a N, Del. Ave.
Agent for Pennsylvania, Philadelphia nud
South Now Joucy.
Jtily3,'0S.y 6711roAdwov, N.V,
O'nipteaiatlo of IIViilnNi, "'".far
. idler aail eonvlnchjg cvldcaco el f
Mr. J. C. AYKll iV :.,I"'jag
Practical and Analytical 0g
SOLO I1V ALT, I)ltUGOIST3 IVSuM
JJ E N ID E II S II O TT'jl
ri i?r Tir a isi riAtm'r.i''. rt)il
V. .....r..ti v.k .... -
A IlMUHUSTEIt & UnOTIIEIt,
Importers and Jobbcrspf
81iiuts and drawkiw,
HOOP SKIRTS, llANDKKRCHIKFS,
THRRAIJS. SKWINO SILKB,
TRIMMINGS, rORTB MONNAIIM,
SOAPS, IT.RFUMliRVi FANCY GOOES, ANU
Also Manufacturers of
JUtimilliS ANIl LOOKING GLAWjlW,
aud Dealers in
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
RROOMS, ROPES, TWINES, Av.
No. 303 North Third Sti eet, above Vine,
This Towder Is bellevod to lie i
llorhe or Caltlo Powder in u-a v
blood, cleanses tho system, ami B 1
tlon nnd tone lo the stomach. i)' 1
will lmprovo in llosli, and the (
smootli aud glossy, i vv
Cows lattcn and glvo twenty I ' '
Slicep Improve and produco nN .
Hogs fallen and aro fieo from soro
temper, and all pen diseases.
Wholesale and Retail Dep
HENDERSHOTT'S Drug :
Feb. 10,'69-lf 1ILOOMS1
SUItANOE A Q
Q.EOUQE FOELKEIt & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
WOODEN 4 WILLOW WARE, YARNS,
011-Clolbu, Wicks, Twiues.'Jlaskcts, etc., cte.
2HAS51 Market HU.i. 230 Church St., I'lillada-Juao5,'68.
FOU NEAT AND CHEAP
Call at Tho Columbian Olllce, Dlooiusbur I'a,
North America... .
A-'.lna Live Stock
Insurance Company of Stole I
Connecticut Mutual Lire
North American Transit ;