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MECOLtlMlAN iND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBIJRG COLUMBIA COUNTY. PA.
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IDAY, JUJIB 4, 1801).
;jwffcrlng pain can havo
Mved and modlcal ndvlco
FkfwWMi calling on tlio ngent of
rifjblcott'a Pain Paint at tlio Exclintigo
V)tel," JJIoonkBrfifr; after 3 T. M. each
ibhV this week oaly. Pain Point leaves
yftslcln and wwywany pain in a fow
ubarb, or pto plant,
pi' MMi Bnlnss you want to kill
U(jnr wle. It will flnlsli the pork
hWm ftre uuthorired to ntnto tlmt tho
Jl.....!.. A I li. Un,.nA..
wnheM etfatr lifo tho l3.h, 14th and
jjgfc dtys of next October on their
taimas m utoomsuurg.
y WiTHIH ft few days our sanctum has
ip uea honored with tho prcsenco of Dr.
!rji R. LlndermaB, lato Director of tho
hlhwUH.fcWMiit; and Col. J. W. Cako
te Collector of Customs at I'hllndcl
v,'JVk have on hand a few moro copies
the -R Jtmiefde. Thoso desiring
'pfes siibufU seiTd'in their orders at
Ice; as It will be Impossible) to gel
Kem when tho coition Is exhausted.
niVico 25 cents,
nH. Frysinqer, Editor of tho True
rjjfemocrat called Db.us last Friday. Jlr.
Jryalnger la making a vigorous content
" ybl'i,QfIuaocrfttIc principles in
Ifflln county, and, though fighting
-gainst htay&&4< has hopes of seeing
Ls principles triumph in that locality.
THE8erle45)iT(b4lcIe3 wo aro publish
g conceraln .yigj 'Columbia County
iBitynrfMM Me State. Our state
entfl arell sapportcd by tho best au
brftyMMfTSttr ojipononta havo not
"'iewiedktOjpefrqut a slnglo error or
a ltts8taieWit. I)a tho Uepublieon thore
liMaoeioiiratt cry. for help, nnd wo
)1plirIo&uBoawfiat defence Bradloy
X$feqlTWfoF tjik SON.-On
m(gu8i7th'.ft iotal eclipse of tho sun
r'JH oewH-y agblMiiU bo tho most in
Mag Jcllsejfcaljlias been witnessed
omiithla eeiiBtty for ".many years, and it
UnoijMfcfifei.aKaln until tho lost
irof,tfce eeatwry.9 Tho shadows of
iprrth wHl eotatteaee crossing tho sun's
N-T. 'abodfoir'clock in tho afternoon
clvw1ltnotHtlrely pass from it until
'A .11 'Tat'io-Mt-l
k ioBK TKtJcTCli' some of our farm
;jln9tftlng their fields to
uoilnBMt','corn and potatoes
VAiii'ye,;'wolS,turn their attention
... .1 t&Vrc&W&m vegetables, they
,uldfepUWjdoble tho money they
flDJr,tf.lTha'pri9BJ which tlieso artic
inii have commanded in our market
i paflt-yerpoht- certainly to bo a
cIenVlnVrueenMto make the trial.
Htt Xtpublloanln its account of the
ric&tnll 'Meeting held on Saturday
;Ltt,ky8'W0e: alio wed fifteen dol
inl tor lowPiroattfaotl in printing last
, un This la not so. Tho Mepublican,
xdte,wA'JJemocra.t, were allowed
tHy'd'llars'ft'iwlvcrtlsing, and tho
'" LUVnjJ5,tHt fifteen. Wo only asked
be placed on. the tamo footinc. and
pleased to' kaew "that the request
Qius unamfioyty granted.
Mm&mtl Walter was ar-
ted on SatOrday night by Constable
onjSilwSra aWpJaeod iu Jail, but was
;i;J4 J&Hewlng morning. Wo
tMptbe arresting of dis-
MS'Wiii eventually navo
Mica. But if the im-
GfMiV?WW$l!nBer, or a fine wcro
ed ftosewW break the peaco,
ly bo loss "whlskoy
ty.profealLa&d obscenity heard
t . A
ictuj fred Sjcklfrev tho former pro
tii'etc.oTH'KMto Hotel, has sold
w'abftHaNM performer's genial face
i 4 AMMtjjHra.1ta havo reason to be
ue)aeasor is competent to
;tga?Biftyireceat trip lnto Sullivan,
'iuon4WWjrwwted us with a baby
fti-.ylThe;,lttIo fellow Is as do
iMKUMailMdsooms to enjoy civ
JAWiBA tact was tho day sot apart
''ffijwkH'jimh flowers tho graves
nhAJtoMtMWbo.fcll in tho Rebel-
,Tuahi eoantry, tho public or
";fcWnM&&& Washington and
tot"') where; Md we stores in many pla-
.prWOMB'' bat ''Wt of tho day. In
miam then was a procession, pro-
liOyyWiotfeausle, which vlslt-
UL A'-i-.W-it-J..!- ,,,,v,laniI ilrnwnl
i wcro ODservcu,
irbelng, oTcred by
f thls'place, 3tov.
MtmbttHfrjhaW) mi but a small at-
-Td(Mct tijlttler enthusiasm
Ai 'noW.leW-tyiBg however, assom
v td.aja-BiwooQttod ,U tho. crave yard
iMD-By PCjWtidtlnens wont to Catawls-
SjP&rTMT'i&WURE. On Wedtica
-BBSKtMiy Mthyk0.Qovcrnment oul
!iiBctottVUti o'ntour county. Al
'"tefafWWr.JHh regard 'to tho
ir cmwBg and MMBpteff 'or wnukey was
.1 wttise: ''The'feeta aa related to U9
itmPeM&, Government aro
' mml1 Elcht barrels of whUkey with-
.v.!i'tMW-t.WM found covered with
i. it- raw la .a .now two barrels In tho
LuVtoaMni of tke baVu, twonty.fl ve lar-
,,, VlwaW) Mtttilda of tho bonded
!! mJtatXwSkr.a wood nllc, thirty-,
HI ono und a naif
about four mllod uia
reisin a aioro room
lllery, Ono hundred
i all were uolrod. Wo
to oveu Indlroctly
itw borne so good a
ly Investigated' and
own. Wo will Inform"
further action of tho
"'grinunrint. AUoftho barrels boro
tl$mSmm UiQ QteW fouml In thq
Y'fW? -''' '
la. I'. lUee MM JUV. MX
mVA'i wwiWiM ir inn
Titr. Inst Lftisiuturif tnado "flood
Friday" a legal holiday In this State.
School Fund. Tho Legislature ap
propriated for common school $300,
000. Tlio amount paid to County
Superintendents is deducted from this
amount, also some special appropria
tions, such as Normal schools. The
balanco Is then divided among the dif
ferent districts of tho Stato on tho basis
of tlio number of taxablcs, all districts
receiving GO cents per taxable
Temperature ov May 18G!) at
llr,ooMsnuna Observed at sunrise
Maximum 03, on tho 30th. Mlmlmum
42, on tho 2d, on tlio 3d, on tho Clh
and on the 23d. Averago 17'.
Tho character of tho weather was
rather wet and cool In tho beginning
and middle, but towards tho ond it was
exceedingly favorablo to vegetation.
Wk notico that several of our exchan
ges from hp tho river, announce tho
death of Conductor Wm, Barrett, who
was Injured by a fall from his train In
Bloomsburg, a couplo of' weeks since.
This Is not tho case. Mr. Barrott Is not
dead but on tho contrary Is rapidly
gaining his usual health, and Is not
thought to bo In any danger. It must
bo unpleasant for him to havo pcnplo
Insisting on his being dead When ho Is
doing ids best to live.
W. II. Day, a mulatto orator of some
reputation, delivered a lecturo In tho
Court IIouso on Monday ovenlng last
on tho subject of "Tho march of frco
dom around tho world." Soino sixty
ncrsons wcro present one-fourth of
whom wcro negioei. Tho "faithful"
endeavored to creato an excitement and
ralsort crowd, but tho attempt utterly
failed. Considering Mr. Day's reputa
tion, and tho fact that ho was a colored
man,wooxpecled to soo tho Court IIouso
.Accident. On Sunday night last
as Messrs. D. A. Becklcy and Anthony
WItmanwero returning from church
at Espy, their buggy was driven into
by somo young follows from Danvillo,
laboring under strong excitement
not produced by tho rollglous exercises
of tho evening, nnd, getting among tho
building material in front of Stohner's
now building, was upset. Tho liorno
was stopped at tho Exchango Hotel
with uo injury to himself whilst tho
two gentlemen wcro unhurt.
Would Almanac Wo havo yet on
hand somo copies of tills valuablo book.
No other publication of its sizocontains
as much useful information; Political
and general. Statistics Interesting to
tho Farmer, tho Merchant and tho Me
chanic, nro put into tho most conveni
ent and rcadablo form. Tho important
events of tho year aro chronicled for
tho curious, whilst tho Politician will
find tho votes of all tho Slates at the
last Presidential election and hundreds
of political Jottings important to 'havo
at hand for reference. Price only 20
Oun nolzhbor of tho Iiloomsbura Re
publican, has publlshod a nent little book
. . . ji1. a.ii -.ml . . T
containing uiaiuiiinui in inuii uun
ohue, arraigned with Patrick Hester,
Michael Prior and John Dully nt
Bloomsburg for tho murder of Alexan
der W. Itca, the Superintendent of the
Coal Ridgo Improvement Company.
Mr. Ilea lived at Ucntraiia, and was
found on Sunday morning, October 18,
1868, at a watering trough, pierced with
six bullets. Tho testimony Is all civen
and tho verdict. Prico 25 cts. llccor d
p the 'dimes.
Wo would suggest to our cotemporary
the propriety of looking at tho imprint
of tho book abovo mentioned. It was
printed at this office and not at that of
The Executive Committee of tho
Agricultural Society havo determined
to rebuild tho main shed on tlio I-alr
Grounds, nnd make some other im
provements. Wo aro strongly of the
opinion that a three story building
should bo erected. It could bo built In
such n manner that it could easily bo
removed or taken apart In case of a
failure to renew tho lease for tho
grounds. Tho adyantago would bo that
a better and moro general display could
bo made, less spaco on the ground
would bo occuplod,moro security would
bo given to exhibitors, and better pro
tcctlon from sun nnd rain to tho goods
and spectators. Such a building would
take but little moro lumber tnan the
shed proposed to bo erected, and would
add considerably to tho number of ex
hibitors, and tho quality of tho articles
About Advertisements. Do not
fall to read advertisements. Tho per
son who takes a newspaper now-a-daya
and neglects to read over tho advertise
ments, is ant lo loso much valuablo
information. Tho advertising patron
age of a paper Indicates not only tho
onterprlso of tho city and county whero
it Is published, but It is also an Infalll
bio proof that tho business men nro pos
sessed of vim and go a headatlvoiioss.
Show us a business coirimunlt who
don't advertise and we'll show you a
community whero business Is stagnated.
Tho man who advcrtlsos In a liberal
and yet discreet manner, Is suro to take
tlio lead of Ills neighbor who don't
spend a cent for printer's ink. It Is also
conceded that tho man who' advertises
keepi a larger,- bettor and moro com
pleto stock of goods, and sells them
cheaper than tlio man who uon't adver
tlse. If you want good bargains, call
on the man who advertises. Lancatter
The Bloouisburir Columbian is nub
lUhlnc a liUtory of tho moucrcl outra-
". . T ... . . ...
ges anu arrests in ioiumum tjoutuy uu
ring tno war. jjeuewme traicnman.
Bet the editor is a copperhead, and at
tho tlmo was a loud mouthed robol
sympathizer, and If ho wasn't, ought
to nave oeen arrestee; anu impnsoiicu
We'll take that llttlo bet. Capt.
Brockway, tho editor of tho Columbi
an, served In tho Union army during
tno entire roncinon, anu our array coiv
tallied no truer or braver soldier. Un
Uko tho editor of tho IttnUter, ho
provod ills "loyalty" by deeds, not
words: nnd whilst tho former was ran-
mug mourns at tno jonnnics in uio
rear, tho latter was peppering them
wiin grapo anu canister ai tno iruut.
Try a&lu.lieilefonte Watchman,
We'll back you on that, friend Meek.
If thrco years aud nluo months contin
uous service in tho army constitutes "a
iopperheatV and "loud mouthed rebel
Bympaihlzer,1' wo supposo wo aro ono.
As to belng'arrcstcd and imprisoned"
wo tr otl Llbby at Hlciimonu once,
which ought to satisfy our blood-thirsty
friend of tho Retjltter. WhaUs tho rec
1 of t,lo editor of tho Retlstert
A Mutant ln'Bcotl:Town"shlp Wmcd
ti. C. Johnson had his rleht hand crush
ed last wook'whlid at 'Work 110 was
employed In Hon. Peter Ent's mines.
Otm receipt list for May shows well,
and wotendor our patrons our thanks
for their promptness. Header, suppose
you gl vo us a chauco to print yonr namo
at tho close of this month?
TiiEwiro of Alox. Colloy of Bonton
Township passed through our town on
Tuesday morning last on her wny to
tlio Lunatic Asylum at Harrlsburg.
She was stark mad, and screamed and
raved horribly, ns wo nro told, all tho
way from Benton. Tho poor woman,
fortunately for herself did not know oi
tho pain and nnnoyauco which sho In
flicted. On last Tuesday night, wo wero arous
ed from our first sleep by a quai lotto of
voices inviting us to "Coino whero my
love lies droamlug.'.' Wo declined be
causo It would not bo exactly' proper to
call upon tho young lady when In "tho
nrms of Morpheus." Ono voice moro
strenuous than tho others demanded wo
should "Como with a lute." Wo had'nt
any, and our mclodcon is not only cdm
bersonic, but n little out of order, there
foro wo tried "to sleep tho happy hours
away," out did'ntl
INTERESTING AllITIIMKTICAIj FACTS.
To multiply any number of figures by
5, annex n cypher and divide by 2. To
multiply any number of figures by 25,
annox two cyphers and dlvido by 4. To
multiply any number of figures by 125,
annox three cyphers anil divide by 8.
Can any ono tell why these results
aro obtained V
O.v and after Juno 1st, tho Delaware
Lackawanna & Western ItH., Co., will
run an Expels over the Lackawanna
and Bloomburg road to this place.
ThoExprcs3 Co., which has hereto
fore carried packages, now havo their
goods left at Ilupcrt Instead of at tho
Depot hero. Tho principal offlco of tho
now Express Co. is No. 1 Park Place
Best Book von Eveiiy hody. Tho
now illustrated edition of Webster's
Dictionary, containing thrco thousand
engravings, is tho best book fur every
body Mint tho press lias produced in tho
present century, and should bo regard
ed as indispensablo to tho well-regulated
home, reading-room, library, and place
of buslncw. Golden JZra.
The human family is so numerous
that a birth and,n deatli occur every
moment. Every second a child Is born j
overy second somo ono dies. The pre
valence of sickness In tho world may
bo realized In Dr. J. C. Ayor's Labora
tory, whero medicines .aro made for all
mankind. ,It would scarcely seem that
there aro throats enough to swallow tho
dotes ho Issues dally, Ayor's Sarsapa
rllla, Ague Curo, aud Cherry Pectoral
by tho thousand gallons, and Ayer's
Pills literally by the ton. But they
must all bo wanted, or ho could not
make such quantities for so many years.
To Oiitain the Good Will of Ed
itors. As to obtain tho esteem of a
lady it Is only necessary to caress and
pet her baby, so tho key to tho good
will of an Editor is to show your up
preciatlon of his paper by subscribing
for it yourself and getting your friends
to do tho same. Do not make the mis
take to supposo that you can com pen
sato lor a neglect to suOscriDo for a
newspaper by throwing somo profitable
patronago in Its way, any moro than
you could retain tho good opinion of a
lady by throwing cold victuals at her
children, after calling them all the hard
names in your vocabulary. Thoro aro
fow pprsons in any community who are
not at somo timoof their lives behold
en to the local papers for a good word
In their favor or In favor ot somo pro
ject In which they aro interested, and it
cannot bo expected that an editor will
take cnpeclal pains to hold up the mer
its of ono whoso neglect to subscribe
shows a selfishness which belles all
We would call attention to tho iluo
assortment of Spring goods now offered
by Julia A. Barkloy. Tho newest and
prettiest Drees Patterns and trimmings
from tho well known establishment of
Mrs. Binder In Philadelphia havo
Just been received. Dress nnd Cloak
making attended to. Tho ladles should
certainly call on her. at.
The Increasing number of sudden
nnd unexpected deaths occurring in our
mld.it, warn us -to securo somo cortain
sum for tho benefit of vur families'
should tho Destroying Angel visit us,
Thero is no better wny than to tako out
a policy In tho Mutual Life Insurance
Company of Now York, tho oldest and
wealthiest Company In tlio United
States. Assets thirty-two millions of
dollars. F. Cooley, Agent,
Worth Seeing Tho Spring styles
of Dry Goods, Orocorles, 4c., displayed
by Millor i Wolf. It is a pleasure to
go into their well kept storo and notico
tho endless variety of patterns tho soa-
son has brought forth. Purchasers aro
never deceived by thorn as thoy havo
determined to keep nothing but the
beat and never to charge excessive pri
The Cincirs brought a largo number
of visitors into town tho other day.and
we wero both pleased and surprised to
see what a largo proportion of thorn
wcro well dressed. At a lato hour In
the tlay wo discovered tho reason. Ev
ery 'one uf thorn had been to David
Lowcnborg's to get their Spring nulla
that explained tho matter. Of course
thoy wero well dressed everybody lu
Uloomsburg knows that his Is the place
for clothes. Just stop and seo his uew
goods. You will not leave without buy
lug somethlug wo aro suro.
The Very Latest. Last arrival of
new goods at McKolvy, Neal it Co's,
Any thing you need which Is known
to tho civilized world they've got, and
of tho best kind made. Don't'tako our,
word for It but go thero and If what wo
say Is not truo-wo'U apologize.
Attention Ladies 1 Tho best as
sortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars
and Culls over offered In Bloom can
now bo found at Lutz's Storo Exchangq
Hotel Building. .Seo them.
We announce" a fow additional names
this week in tho "Candidates" column,
The ofllclal account of tho proceed
ings of tho Agricultural Society pub'
Ushed by us last week state, that W. B.
Koons received 19 votes for Treasurer,
and E. Mendcnhall received 40. It is
hut Justice to Mr. Koons to stato that ho
did not destro tho office, and that ho
and his friends voted for Mr. Mendcn
On. Cloths. Oil cloth ought novcr
to bo wot, if It cari bo possibly avoided,
but merely to bo rubbed with a flannel,
and polished with a brush of moderate
hardness, exactly tlko a mahogany ta
ble, and by this slmplo means tho fad
inc of tho colors, and tho rotllnir of tho
canvass, which aro Inovltaiily attendant
upon tho oil ctoth being kept In n stato
of molsturo Or dampness, nro entirely
An Excellent Appointment.-
Our friend John P. Colllhan, Esq., of
Ashland, lato ono of the Deputy As
sessors of Internal Itevcnuo for this
district, has been, appointed Superin
tendent of the Continental Colliery,
belonging to Messrs. Goodrich & Audcn
ricd, near Ccntralla, Columbia couuty.
This li an excellent appointment. Wo
hopo we shall not loso Mr. Colllhan as
n citl7.cn of Schuylkill county, but wish
him a full mcasuro of happiness and
prosperity wherever ho may go. Potts
Wk aro surprised that General Grant
did not appoint a Quaker to look after
tho Interests of the Alaska Indians.
Tho way in which our troops aro killing
off theso poor wretches, and burning
their huts, Is dlsgracoful to tho country,
llloomnlmrg Market JXtport.
Wlic-it iwr bnhhcl...H
llva ' ........
.... $1 .10
Flour por tiarrcl...........
... in ou
... s ou
.... 2 IM
. 'JJ uo
Hliles Hml HhotiWleni...
LAM per pouml
Hay per ton .................
Hemlock Hoard per Uinunantl reft-
lMlio 14 mitt liifh)
Joist, HrantlliiK, rinnk, (Hemlock) ......
niniiKieM, rju. jwr uiousano,
Hiiiinic ru "V.r."V.'.'.V
No. I HciiU'U p'n . .
Mloom...... !...r7....... ....
I.lRbt Street Markets,
Corrected weekly by Peter Kut. wholesale nnd
retail dealer in grain, flour ft feed nnd geneinl
Wheat per bushel Jl 60
Rye " ' .. 1 :kl
Corn " ' Do
Buck Wheat .
Wheat Flour per MO tt.s....... ........
Buck Wheat Flour
Corn Chop, ,
Butter per lb
Eggs per dost H w .
Potatoes pr bus n H
Smoked Side meat pr lb..
Northwestern superfine at....
......... s.so :a
nllv 70 7.75
Pennsylvania and western suncrane... 5.00(U0
Pennsylvania and Western exiiu...MMHS.75s 0.75
Pennsylvania and Western family HH..H 9.50(311.14)
Pennsylvania and Western fancy ll.OuyUii
Rye.Qour. . 87.23
witKAT l enusyivania red, v bus...... ii.sxsu.
California " "
" . whlto ' ...
Rye Pennsylvania rye, V bus.........
Cokn Yellow, " .........
Poyision8 Meu Pork, I bbl..... ...
Meifs Beef, " ............
Dresbed Hogs, ft lb.....,
Smoked Hams M .
, Lard, V lb. 17c20o
Skids Cloverseedv bus 7.uomi.75
riuxseeu " ..
Cattle Beef Cattle lb....
H incur pit.
Hoaa n 100 lbs
U ENDALL GORDON. On tho 50th ult..ln Shlck
sninnv ov luiv. ljr. lvinaoro. abisititi uv lie v.
Georito S. Battersbv. Johu Gendull aud MUs 1.
Elizabeth Uurdon, bom of Hnicksninuy I'u.
Ti-.PEL-HILL.-On tho !9th ult, by Rev. 1).
iiecuner. iMr. vnuam uepei uj iiiiKs iiiary
Hill, both of Franklin twp., Col., co., I-a.
BARTON.Ou tho Kid lilt., lu HaElcton, Klsle
wiruor John a. lurinn, livi., ageuiKyinranuu
SMITH. In Miniln twp., May 21. Celestla, wife
ot Hamuei umun, aged auoui .u years.
Nns.AtFiilrmountorlnis Luierne county
May ISlh 13W, Dorcas r. Youngs nged ii!) ycurs.
TILES. At Asbury Col,
'm Vnv 59.1 riAnrLfe
Clydo Infant sou or.
Johu'rltlles.aged 11 months.
NATURE IS THE GREAT PHYSICIAN
This Is now admitted, by tho medical profes
sion osa fundamental prlnclplo of heaUngsclenee.
It Is wisely provided hy tho human economy
thutwouevor anything Is wrong in the physical
system tho naturul forces ol tho body are brought
to bear tooxpel the diseases. The great nlui,
therefore. Is to t,trengthen tTie natural powers
This hns liecn kept in vlow by the skilful com
pounders of HOSTETTElPfl STOMACH BIT
TERS, which operates to glvo fresh vitality to all
the organs ot the body, Tlu effect of this medi
cine upon, the stomach,tho liver aud tho kidneys.
Is prompt and decisive. The patient, who Is wise
mougu to quit drugging nud try the BITTERS,
soon feels as If he had takeu a now loose of life,
and as lie continues the use of the article, lie Is
overjoyed to flud the streams of health coursing
through his frame. It is prepared with great
care, and Its component part are entirely vege
table. It Is free (rout the objections so oflea
urged against preparations of the kind. Aa a
MEDICAL AQENT It has no Kjosl, while Its
pleasing lUvourand healthful effects have made
it a general favourite. It Is free from all pro
perties calculated to Impair the system, and lis
operations are at ouca mild, soothing and ef
ficient. All who havo usod HOBTETTEH'B
STOMACH BITTERS attest 1U virtues.
Even those who are In tho enjoyment of per
fect health frequently have ued to have reoourse
to tonics a preventives of disease We are never
too well armed against the assault of "the His
that flesh la heir to." lu health or sickness this
toole cannot be takeu regularly without giving
V Itallty and elasticity to tho system.
TvBAVNESS. BLINDNESS AND
w laiurrn irenieu wiui tun utuiiMv uwibi. j
1iiAn M.1b.hiu1 ProfeMor ot DUeaieM or Vi4
of reiitiMytvania, liyeari tirxritMc, (formerly of
Ti'hlllUOUIUla t'nu Utittcu t unumct, Jim imui'
cat lacuiiy areinviieu 10 ciAiiuwuy vuvir w
tljtnfii au Imlioji tin tac rtiu him itraptlce. AT-
tlflclMl eve InkertcU wlUiout pulu. No ihrito
KT.MnOLD EXTRACT SAIISA
'AlViUliA Clf flUVVI UUU rvuuVhlVI lW Mtuuu.
n.i Im ll.nvlirnrnr beuHll lUlO tllB MVftleLll. ami
purge oui U9 iiuuiof uuu uiajlo uuuwct
GALE OF VALUABLE
The well known ilohr farm near llohrnburs,
nniiitnl.ln nnnnlv urtll Un n tterol at nrlvnta Bait).
I'llhur lnloUor the whole property a maybe
more or less, on which Is erected a frame house
aud log barn with orchard, good well of water
Ao. About 70 acres cleared Und. For particular
recaruiug lerius upnir mi
k NICOLAS KINDT, Or ecu wood twp.
or MAT1UAS KIND!, MU l'lrasunl '
P E(f I A L N O T IO E.
LAZARUS A MOmtlS'
AND EYE GLASSES.
6nu of tho firm will bo at tho Storo of
Miss' A. D. WEBB,
Ono (1) day only
Monday June Mth, 1809.
Ho nttemts for tlie purport) uf iuikIMIiik
Miss A. D. WEBB,
IN VITTINO THli HYH'IN DIFFICULT Oil
TIiohc MiirertiifS fintn llnpult-eil ordtxeaied vision
aro vcfoinmencleil lo avail themselves ol fliln
omt Hvr.ci acliu and i:ye-oi.ahheh
Alii! ACKNOWLEDGED H) UK
THE MOST l'F.lllT.Cr
ahKUtanee tohluhl tut- iiinuurnctuied, and can
alway lo relied upon as' uflordlne perfect cao
nial comfort while slrcnellienlng and preserving
tlio E eH uiOHt thoroughly
We take occahion to notify the Public
Mint wo employ no pedlars, and to
mtitlon them against those pre
tending to havo our goods -
The ftuhicrlbcr linn Junt thoroughly rcHtorkpd
hi Hture, tn CntnwIxMi, Inti'ly wcupltit hy M'
Nlnch A Hiiuman.nnU now oUur Jor wilo
A COM 1 'LET K BTOCK OK DUV 0001)8,
Urorerles nnd generrtl nierclmintise M'hlch for
iunllty ntut vnru-ty will rotniare mvornhly with
any In Uie country. Ho litut n Ircsli tutNorl
s p it i k a a o o d s
which bo will dispose of lor cash or country pro
duce. Alnnnn tils Dry Uoods will Iks found ull
tlio latest nnd best patterns of
JEANS Ac. Ac,
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES
and, In fact, ncompletallnoof goods, belonging
to his business. As bo buvs nud sells for cash
bo can anbrJ to keep his prices ns low If not
lower than most dealers, ills motto is
"QUICK SALia AND BMAI.L l'BOFITS."
COAL OF ALL KINDS
Constantly on hand and for' sale nt the lowest
MORO PHILLIPS THOSPHATE,
EHnecial attention paid to the selection ot Build.
11117 material. f:ullerv! Mechanics' Tools, and
Hardware of nil kinds, to which the nttenllon of
uuuuers auuoiuers is reciuesieu.
A fnlr khnre ot mihllc eustlom Is desired aud
uo euurts will he omitted to ghe entire satlslac-
JOSEPH B. KNITTLF.
Apr. 10,69-6m Cabiwlssa. Pa.
j- A- T I O N A L
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
AM ERIC A,
CHARTERED 11 YSPECIALACTOFCONGRESS
ArrnoVEO Joly3, 1808, . .
PAID IN IX'LL.
rilLST NATIONAL 1IAMC UUII.U1MU,
Where the geueral business of the Oomiuiuy Is
transacted, aud lo which all geueral correspon
dence should be addressed.
CLARENCE H, CLARK. President.
JAY COO ICE, Chairman Finance and Executlvo
HENRY D. COOKH Vlco-l'resldent.
EMERSON W. l'EET, Secretary jnd Actuary.
This Company oilers tho following advantages:
It is a Natloual Coinpauy,Chartere.l hy spoclal
act of Cougreus, IbOS.
It has a puld-up capital of tl.uiv.txv.
It oflers low rate, of premium.
It furnishes larger Insurance than other com
panies for the satn. money.
It Is uenaiie ana cenaiu in iia terms.
It Is a horn, oompany lu every locality,
Its pollctaa are exempt from attachment;
There aro'uo unnecessary restriction? in the
Every policy is uou-iuriujiaoie.
Polices may be takeu which pay to the Insured
tin I r full amount, and return all the premiums,
so that the lnsurauce costs only the Interest ou
the anuual payments.
No extra rate Is charged for risks upon the
Uvea of females.
It Insures, not to luiy dividends to policy-hold
ers, but at so low n cost that dividends will be
Circulars, Pamphlets aud lull pal oculars given
ou application to the llrauch OOlce of the Compa
ny, or to
l.. w. U1.A11K Jt uu., i-iiuaueipiiia,
General Agcuts for Pennsylvania and Southern
JOEL E. BRADLEY, Uloomsburg IM.,
Spoclal Agent for Montour A Columbia Counties
rpiIOBE WHO DESIRE BrUlluncy
I of Coinolexlon must nurlfv aud enrich tha
blood, which Helmbold's Concentrated Extract
of Kursaparina luvariauiy uoes. ask lor ueim
hold's. Take uo other.
J. ft. M A I a E,
MllS ANU IIIONBTIIKLT, 11LOOMSUUUG PA,
THE CHOICEST GROCERIES AND
constantly on haid and for sale at the lowest
t-OUMTUV I'ltODLTU TAkKN IM EKH ASQf ,
EW BTOGK OP CLOTHING.
Fresh arrival of
FALL AND WINTEIl UOOIM.
lnvlUs attention to his stock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING.
at his storo on
Main Blrect, two doors alwvo tho American House
where he has Just received from Now York aud
Philadelphia a full assortment of
MEN AND tlOYB CLOTHWU,
Including the most fonhletiablc, dnrablo, and
110X, BACK, llOCO, UUM.AriU U1L-U1AJTJ1
COATS AND PANTH.
or all sorts, sites and colors. He has also replen
ished his already large stock of
FALL AND WINTER MIAWLB,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PIA1N VISITS,
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLAIiH,
HANDKERCHIEFS, (J LOVES,
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
He nas constantly on hand a large and well-Mi-
eeted assortment of
CLOTHS AND VE8TIN0S.
which he is prepared to make to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnd in the
bust manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
and most of It is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Of overy description, line nnd cheap. Ills eao!f
Jewelry Is uoturpaseed;in thlsiplnce. Call aud
cxamluo his general assortmen of
CLOTHING, WATCHES. JEWELRY , AC.
E It C II A N D I S E .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
To my friends nnd the public ganerally, that all
kludsof - ,
are constantly on hand and for sale
AT BARTON'S OLD ST4ND,
JAMES K. EYKR.
vtIo, Hole Agent forlEius' PuosriiATi or
my. Largo lot constantly ou hand. IthS'67.
"MPOItTANT NOTICE. '
t O 1'"
I) It K S S O O O i) S,
AT THE NEW
STOItE, BltOWEIl'S BUILDING,
The splendid rooms of J. J. BROWER, aio
completed and now open to the puhlle with the
over offered in Bloomsburg. All the
NEWEST S T Y L E S
of Dress Goods, Slllcs, Cloths, Casslmers, Linens,
of every style and for all prices. Oil Cloths In
A full line of
Coffees, Teas, Sugars, Spices,
warranted pure nnd good.
GLASS AND QUEENS WARE,
In carefully assorted variety.
HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS AND A COMPLETE
The public are earnestly
invited to examine thci.0 fine goods, before pur
cbaslug elsewhere and aro guaranteed satlslac.
tlon. No expense or trouble lias been spared to
THE MOST COMPLETE
establishment In this section of the State.-
J. J. BROWER,
May 7,'o9-tf Bloomsburg Pa.
I. W HAUTMAN'S,
TP YOU WANT CABPETS
from 37 cts. to $1.05
l'ER YARE OO TO I. W. HARTMAN'H.
F YOU WANT IJLACK
ALl'AOA FOM II) cts. TO I1.W
l'Ell YARD UO TO
I. W HARTMAN'S
TP YOU WANT A GOOD
AND NICE SUMMER SHAWL
I. W. HARTMAN'S.
YOU WANT FANCY
CLOTH FOR A SACK OO TO
I. W. HARTMAN'H.
YOU WANT A NICE
SET OF WHITE WARE UO TO
I. W, HARTMAN'S.
TP YOU WANT COCIIECO
PRINTS FOR Sl'lllNa, SfRll'E
AND UAURED. iO 'I'O
I. W. HARTMAN'S.
YOU WANT STItIPE
COLLARS AND CUFFS
LADIES OR GENTS GO TO
I. W. HARTMAN'S.,'
JP YOU WANT A NICE
AVn GOOD MAUKERALBY THE
SINGLE. A HALF OR QUARTER
BARREL GO TO
I. W. HARTMAN'H.
YOU WANT DRESS
GOODS FROM U) cU. TO 11.90
PER YARD STRIPE AND KIO'RD.
GO TO I. W. HARTMAN'S,
oiued a ftrslxlass
BOOT, BIIOE. HAT VAV, AND VUU BTOUE.
Hi the old stand on Main Btreet, Hloomsburgifow
tioors aiKvu mu uouri jiout.e, mm iiuck iscuui-ttokt-ilnr
thevLTV latest and lieststvleu ever offer
.l tit thtt ritlxciiB of (Columbia, Countv. He can
aocommouuie lite puuua wiin iue roiiowiug goous
at the lowest rates. Men's heavy double soled
stoga boots, men's double and siugle tap soled
Klixuoois, men s ueuvy sioga siloes uiaii kiiius.
IUVU hup -uuia nuu tuuvs in ni i m n4i.--f ivj
iliitililft ho ted hootk utnl fthopii of all IclndM. men'
glove kid llalmoral i. hots, men's, women's, boyu'a
aud tulsses lasting gaiters, women glove Kid
loiun very nne,women s morowio iiaimumut anu
calf shoes, women's very Hue kid buttoned gait
era. in snori uuoui ui Kiiuwcnpiiuus uuvu n
roil ntiil iwu.l.
He would also call atteutlou to his flue assort
HATH, CAIH, I'UIW AND NOTIONS,
vhlrh ciitnnrUi m all the nuw and nopul&r vari
etllis ut prices which cannot full to suit, ull. These
goods are ottered at thu lowtst cah rates aud
will be guaranteed to give satisfaction. A cull
Is solicited before pu reluming elsewhere as tt Is
believed that butter Uirgalus ure to be fuxud
tnuu ai any utner pi see m tue couuty,
ET THE BE8T.
union's 'Copper Tubular Lightning
buL urtecllon asralnst disujiiir bv llic!
ever Inviiedo, The subscriber U kgeutlor thu
bove luveutlon, and all orders by wall ur lu
wriDu win uo prom pi i y Hiu.'uutxi uj.
MsylVW K, U. IUDUOIAN
DRUGS &. MEDICINES.
T OOK, HEAD, AND LEAKN,
Great Shoshonees Bemedy 1
or tiik (.'KLicnitATEn inman
DIt. LEWIS JOSIIEPIIUS,
of tho distinguished Trllie of Shoshonees, Colum
bia Territory Is now for sale In the Union.
This nil possessing great remedy. Is warranted
anil In broad and pmnhatlo lanEUSse. we can
safely say, may bo relied upon to reake a perma
nent euro or au niseases oi me inroai, i.uug.
Liver, Kidneys, Dlgtsllvo Organs, etc.. As well
and nil Impurity of the blood, excepting the third
suige oi LfOusuinpiiou.
I In Canada where this great remedy has been
lit u for a short tlmo It has Indeed effected
some of the most marvelous cures ever recorded
In tho annals of historical medicine. Such being
the ease In addition to It former renown in Col
umbia Territory we defy humanity to dispute
the fact that this Great Shoshonees Remedy Is
tho remedy of remedies of the 19 h Century, and
the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suOer
Price of the Remedy In large pint. tl,?r.
Manufactured by Dr. Young C 1I.osmI ..yra
cu N. Y.
For sate by nil dealers In Medtclclno.
JRUOGISTS WRITE THUS OF THE
GREAT SHOSHONEES REMEDY I
(AnsTllACTS OF LITTERS.)
Geneva, N. Y., Feb. 13lh, ISfiO.
I)n. Youso & Bno. I Unit my sales of your
valuablo Rcinedlea greatly Increasing. In fact
jour GrcalShoshonccA Remedy Is glvlugthebcst
of satisfaction, anddolnfr Just ns Ills recommend
ed to do, several havlugeven eomu lu to tell mo
how much they had been benetlted from Its use.
I havo sold out of It nguln, etc etc.
WILLAUD N. SMITH.
Sherman, N. YMnrch, 29th, 18M).
Dn. Youwo A Bno. I started your Great Shos-hoiK-es
Remedy by giving away ono bottle lo a
continued Dyspeptic, the result has hoeu ample.
It itvt universal sallslactlou. luoie tlian any
other medtclnowoliave hod In Ihestoreforj-enrs.
From whiit I linvoNccn of the Shoshonees. 1 feel
Justified In recommending It. Hendmo six dot.
more, It will sell In three months, etc. ,
uiuun r j-.i.iiw
Wntetlown. N. Y.. March 15th, lRt.9.
Tin. YoiTNa A Hun. .Your Mhoshonees Itemed?
Is giving good satisfaction, and sells better tbnu
nny other new medicine wo navo ever nuempiou
to lutrodueo. ns we nro nearly out or it, send us
in nasio eic. u,uiiWinLu.
117 N. Morenn St.. Chlcneo. III. Feb. ISth. lfl!l.
Dit. YouNri & Bno. 1 havo sold over ten doe. of
your Great Shoshonees Remedy already una u
great number of the Shoshonees Pllls.1 It gives
universal saiisiaciion, i nave noi nearu nriu mi
whom I have sold, but what sneaks of lttn the
highest terms, und recommend It to others ; and
1 1 nm many out or it. please scud mo halt a
gross more al onco. etc., etc.
Price of the Remedy tu largo plnts.fl.23.
Manutnctured bv Dr. Younif A Bru.. nt Syra
cuse, N. Y.
1- or sale by all dealers in flieuicine.
SABS A 1' Alt I LZj A
XRADICATKU ERUIT1VK AND UI.CKU ATI VI; VIH
KASI- Of TJIK
THItOATs-NOSE. EYEH, KYKL1IH RCAM'
Which so disfigure tho appearance, I'll HO IN O
the evil flfecu of mercury and removing all
or otherwise, and Is takeu by Al)U17fB and
UIIILlUlKN with nerfeet HAKEfY.
AN INTKltKrtTINO LKTTEU Is mibllshed In
the MedlcuChirurelcal ltevlew.on (he subject of
me Extractor eamiparuia m cerium aneciions,
bv Beniamin Travers. K. 11. U.. tc. Kneaklne of
thoso diseases, and arlblng from the excoss of
mercury, ne siaies innx no remcuy is cquai 10
me iuiract oi Harsapanixe ; its power is cxiraor-
uiuary, more so man any ouier arog i am jm
iiuaiuieu wiin. it is. in ine sinciesi senses vou
lu with this Invaluable attribute, that It Is anoU
cable to a state of the sybtem bo sunken, and yet
bo Irritable as renders other substance of the
tonic cia&s unavailable or injurious.
CONCENTRATED EXTUACT BARSAPAItllXA,
Established upwards of IS years, rrepared by
II. T. HELMBOLD.
Apr.9,W)-2m H Broadway, N. V,
Havino lately purchased and fitted up the
wen-Known iwuison iioioi rroperiy, locaieu a
TEW D00B3 ASOVK TUB O0UBT HOCSX,
on the same side nf the street, in thr Ui-ni of
MoomiburB; and having obtained a license for
iue sumo as a
tbo Proprietor has determined toive to the peo
ittj visiuuk iuu iuh u uu uuiuc4 ur j'iciiiur,
A 'LITTLE 3lORT HOOSX.
Ills Etablius also Is exten . and is rltu
to nut butririfsaudcarrtaeek he dry. lie irotn
Ises that evury thing about his iitiAbllAhmenishul
be conducted In an ordeily nnd lawful manner;
aud he respectfully BoltcHsV share of the public
1 tttronage. rmyl7'tf7-fera.
J BIOMSDURO, COLUMBIA CO., IA.
The undersigned having purchased this well
known ami centrally-loeai-iMfiiiuho,Uie Exchange
Hotel, sltuuto ou MAIN HTKEET, In llloomsbmg
Immediately opposite theColumbla county Court
House, respectfully Jniorm their friends and the
fmblte in genei-at tnnt their house is now in order
or the ltji-eptlou and entertainment of travellers
who mav be dlkDosed to favor it with their cus
om. l lirvliavo snared no eznense m nrenarlnir
neither shall there be anything wanting cm their
Earl to minister to their personal comfort. They
ouue la. spacious, and enjoys an excellent busf
Omnibuses run at an tunes between the j;x-
cIuuiko Hotel und the various lallroud depots, by
which truvellrib will be pleasantly conveyed to
and from thu icspectlve stations lu due time to
uieet me cars. auuotscbAiia.
Uloomsburg, Apiu 3, istiii.
GEORGE W. MAUOER, I"roprletor.
The above well-known hotel has recently under
gone radical changes In Us Internal arraugemenls,
and Its proprietor announces to his lormer custom
and the travelling public that his accomodations
for the comfort of his guests are second to none In
the couutry. His table will always be found sup
tueu, no. oniy Willi suusiauuai louu, ou. wilfl an
he dcllcaclesof the season. .His wines and 11
uors (except that popular beverafro known as
Afi-icnrv").nurchaseu direct from the Importing
houses, are entirely pure, and free- from all poi
sonous drugs. He Is thankful fora liberal patron
ae in the liast. aud will continue to deserve tt In
the future. GEORGE W. MAUGKR.
Tiik Proprietor of the Exchange Saloon has now
ou hand a large stock of
srican qtstxkd, baudinks, ittirt, bolognas
Kiiasp Toxacc, boilxd xooa, awcrrzan en hum
LAOER BEER, ALE, AC.
- COMB ONE, COME ALL AND SEE. f
Bloomsburg, May . 1887.
li u u n u u u, i a.
Tim undttrslicned would rcsnectfullv Inform
tlm traveling publle that be has purchaseil and
refitted In the best manner the old stand former
lv ru-punled bv W. A. Kline, and thiit ho Is HOW
prepared to accommodate his friends with all the
eomtorts and conveniences. f a flrst-cluks house,
A fine new barn has been built nnd the surmun-
dings placed in perract oruer. i ue oar win ai
gars, anu ine iaoie luruiHiini wun in ."- iu
maricet affords, JAM( Y, UlLLAHl'IK.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS. Prpprlotor,
This well known Hotel has been entirely refitted
aud refurulshed, wun u view to tue perfect com
inri nnu rmivouipiicu 111 liuii.
A commodious Livery stable Is connected with
A License will bo obtaiued at May Term of
Court, when tlio bur will be supplied with Hi
cuoicust wines, liquors uuu segarv. a iair suuru
of patronage Ls reiueted,
HE ESl'Y HOTEI-.
ESl'V, COWMHIA COUNXV, l'A,
The undersigned would Inform the travelll' V
i)ublt-tlat ha has taki-u the abovo named i- -uli-Ilshuicnl
and thoroughly relllted the sane ftu
the iM-rfct-t convenience of hlsKuests. His larder
will uu stucket with the best the market aitortls.
The cholcostllrjuois, wines and clears elwa) s to
bo fouud lu his bar.
Air.Sl,l-tf Epy l"n.
jyEUUH ANT'S HOTEL,
ID koutu rouciii HTiurr,
J Jk W. O. M'KIIIHIN, IToprtvtor.
May lu tsw-ir.
BLOOMSIIURU NORMAL SCHOOL AND LIT
HOARD OF INSTRUCTION,
HENRY CARVER, A. M., Principal,
Professor of Intellectual nnd moral science, nnd
theory nnd practice of teaching.
Stlss Snrnh A. Carver. Preceptress.
Teacher of Froiuh, Ilolany aim ornamental
IsaaoO. Ilcst.A. n.,
Professor of Ancient Ijtnguage and English
J. W. Ferree, A. M.
Professor of Mnthematlea. nnd practical as.
nev. D. C. John, A. M.,
Prole eorot chemistry and physic.
F. M. Hates,
Teacher of geography, history A Book keeping
Assl tant teacher of mathematics
Miss Alice M. Carver.
Teacher of Music on the piano and melodean.
Mrs. Hattle L. Best,
Teacher of Vocal Muslo and Instrumental muslo
Miss Julia M. Guest.
Teachtr of model School.
The Spring term will commence Apr. 10, WI.
nnd until rnr hoardl-i hall Is ready for occupan
cy .1'" t' w the Principal, students will
be w...l homes In pleasant families.
I for studonta to commence at the op
en - erra, but wnen mis is impractica
ble iter at any time.
TOMIOTIO ECONOMY f
A now, cheap durable, beallhy, audllenutlfiil
FLOOR COVERING 1
A sLWtltute for oil-cloth nt one-third the cost.
Tlils carpet Is produced by apecu
ion of troue. uenvv oaner. itrfiitcl
intcd lu oinauii-n-
tal colci , ami coated wilha tough, elastic, water
proo enamel which receive the water, protecw
mo ct'iors nnu imcr euuuren waniuos. aim rm
deni the enrpet bright unci bcAnllmln tho ex.
Ueiae, Its iwlvantiiRes ore ns follows :
Its cost render tt available to nllctnsseH It li
exceedingly nmoolh and elossytaud It accumu
lutes next to no dust: It docs not require to Ih
taken up aud ckanwl Uko other carpet, and thuM
saves much labor and trouble; By re-coatlng
with the (iim pill Ion Kuamclloccaslonnlly tut thu
ciisn may require, (which costs but a trlilo.) It will
last ludeflniiely, even an nffe.and always appear
new ond bright; lnit uxono reliance whatever
In placed upon the paper for wear, but exclusive
ly upon she water-proof coatlnfr. the figured pa
)et Del iik used only to tseenre the c!or. rajH.-r
has recently tcen usod for ft variety t purposes.
even for trunks, roofs flour bags and weurtngap
parel.bul the first attempt, either In Europe nr
America,, to convert it Into carpet or floor cove
lutr, an concede it to he an entire success I
Vo have purchased the rifht for Columbia
couuty and can furuUh the carpet to inerehants
ad iiianuiuciurvra pricva,
4-You are lnvitcil to call and examtue the
goods ntonr store. M'KK1VY, MIIAIjA: CO.
iiiouiusour.i'uc. n uvn.
jglLfJAKDS ! UILLtAItDS ! !
WILLIAM II. OII.MOEF.
Has opened a line Billiard b.tloon lu addition to
bis well known REHTAURANT. lie has 3 tables
with all the latest Improvements aud In perfect
order. Ho keeps on band the best
LAGER BEER AND ALE
which the market affords. OYSTERS to be had
at all times when In season, also Reef Tongue,
lMclcled tripe, Clams, Ac, &c
Thepublle are Invited to call, and are prom
Ised satisfaction .either In billiards or rclrcsu-
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
cannot be excelled.
uioomsDorg, Jan. j.'isj.
TO BUILDER8,1I0USEU0LDERS & TENANTS.
The undersigned would announce to the cltl
sens of Bloomsburg and vicinity that he Is pre
pared to execute
HOUSE, SIGN. AND ORNAMENTAL
In all Its branches.
Carefully attended to.
Strict attention to business aud good workman
ship It Is believed will meiit afalr show of public
t . ..Ino Street between Third and
M. WM. F. B0DINE.
LOUR AND FEED.
Tlieumlerkitmedtlitnibful for iuisL imtrniiiif i
be,' 'ounaoucetohlifiaiuNandto Iho j-ul.lic
Is now In complete ruiinlnt order.nnd that ho In
prepareuio uoan uinusor Ainiiug wunouidcmy
Turtles from n dlHtanco run havo their grUU
ground without delay, so as to take them home
the same day, nnd as u rule all work brought to
tho mill can be done In twcntsMonr hour. Mv
present arrnngmenls are such tin to preclude l he
iieeeHsity of Mopping the mill on nerount of Ir,
high or low water.
THE HEhT FAMILY KLOUIl.
as well as the lower grades, and all kinds tt
CHOP AND FEED
kept on hand in quantity, aud for.nlent tho low
tii, cuircni rules, urum oi uu ainus purcnuseti.
Light Street, Dec. J.'flS-tf. IU.TKIt KNT.
The undersigned would respectfully announce to
the citizens of Bloomsburg and tho public genv-
ally tha he Is tunning au
between this place aud thedilfeieut railroad de
pots dally Sundays excepted), to connect with the
several trains going South and West on the Cuta-
wUsa and Wllltainxi-ort Itallroad, and with those
going North and (South uu the Lackawanna and
llUOuinlbussetiaie In good condition, commo
dious ami comfortable, imd chuigcs reasonable.
Persons wishing to meet or tee their friends de
part, can be accomodated upon naouable chargfi
by leavlitg timely notice at any of the hotels.
JAWU u (JIHTON, Proprietor.
A n M K 11 B!!
ALTA "VELA .'ilOKl l.A'il!.
ilcoutaina mree per cent, oi Aininouiu. an
mleauaniliyio Vive itciivuv wunoui. injury
th rvatatfon. and a larce iteirontsse i.f so
luble Don l'honpuate of IJnu. tnyrlher with
l'otash and Soda, the tsviillnl clrmcuta of a
COMl'LETE MANURE. Th llii-l en-d sales to
farmers who are using It with hlshly saturu lo
ry result. IsHttureeuaratitre of Its value. Irtce,
Uert0Qof lu hats au lbs each. Send for a
8. S. 1)181101" A Co. AseuU,
VUON. Del. Ave.
Attut for reuusylvaula, l'hlladelihta aud
South New Jersey.
JulyV--y 67iiroauov, N.y.
u-nntil amiounre to ibu cltlKCliaof II loom h
uru and vicinity, that he has Just received a full
aud complete assortment of
W A LL PAl'K It, WINDOW 8HADEB,
riXTUllE8, COU1W, TASHKlJt,
aud all other goods In his line of business. AU
the newest and most approved patterns of the
day. are always to be fouud In hUt-tabllkhmeuL
Msr.V'tf Main HI. below Market.
SALE OP VALUABLE
The uuderslEued, deslrlug to retire from active
business, otters for sale his
VAl.UAULE FOUNDRY A MACHINE BHOI',
located near the Depot, ou thn Lackawanna fc
lllooiushuri- R. It. The main bulldln Is n Urge
brick 60 by W feet with a slate roof, aud oilier
hulldluKS attached. There la also connected with
ONE AUK. UJ?' UllUUKiJJ.
A1W, ai iuo (-...cilia, -i -. m J i.u.av 1' "
engine, and th material usually fuund lu a first
class foundry. Itlsallrstrateopentug, aud tho
purciiiuttT can t .-ure uu uuinuiiuu -mugia ui
In. mt i!tronni-c, Terms easy. Apply In person
01 ly Idler to wn'Kll B1U.MEYER.
pr '-li. iituuiuauuia t .
HS.J.JH MOLV, . C, UAUTOK.
(aucccaors to H. O. Shlve.)
rpiIE SUliSCniHEUS HAVING
X. Leased the Planing Mill aud Machine Hlwp
toriiietlyiwcuple.lbyH.0. hhle, will contlniui
lite buslueas of manufacturing
DOORS, SASH, ULINDS. MOULDING ,
Brackets do. W. are also prepared to furulsh
Siiutfed in the'crMflucUuu of I'UlldlllW All
kinds ol lurulug Uoueut short notice. lUlla lor
joist aud other tnune slull tilled will; pjulupt
iiesi aud care. Older, rispeellully solicited.