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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSffipm COLITMBIACOTOTY, JA.
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:Tho Fox's Brush..
Tin; KliiK.ortlm Hust luuln bcnutlfiii
garden, linillti tlio burden, sloqU nth-
ttant btb UnUlun rippled. Lest tiny
vaHMAT.f; KARM8 MO.ST PllOFlTAIlLi:
I? n- i
innii.iiiriiisimviiyH tio rulimi mo Mrtf.
.Ci?l prolliTliorom-a tlumaiiiuts of farm
tiw; till over thu' United fcSuilm, vli6
thorio tipplcis phouldbq stolon, t hoy
Mwnya rountrOt hut nhout thn tini6
when ttipy hegm to fcrow rlpo, II wtib
found thnt nvprynlKht rtnb of them whs
(tone. Tho king liptwmn very niiury iu
this, mill told : EnnU'ner lo keep i
watch under thn treo nil nlclit. !
Tiirj fihhTener Bc'iit4 elitcst son lr
wntcli, hut nhout twolvo o'clock ho roll
asleep, and In tho'morhliiR nnotliur up
dIo was tiilssliiir.
I'lieil 'tho'Sct'Ond ton' win but to watch
and nt nildnlRht,ho.too full uoteop, nnd
In tho mornliit; another applo was iont;
Then tho third toil 'dlrcrcil lo keep
Watchj hut tho gardener at first would
not let him, for fear somo harm should
coruolo him. llowover.at lust ho yield
cd, and tho young man laid himself
under tho treo to watch. As tho clock
struck twolvo ho hoard a rustling nolso
In tho air, and a bird camo Hying and
sat upouMho treo. This bird's feathers
woroallofpiirogohhand nn ltwiustmii-
pini? at ono of tho apples with Its beak1,
tho gardener's boh Jumped up and shot
an arrow at It. Tho irow, however",
did tho bird no hnriu, It only dropped A
golden feather from Its (nil, and flow
awnv. Thn trohlen fiddlier wiim f liorV
brought t8 tho king In I ho morning, nnd
alt his court wcro called together. Every
ono agreed that It was tho most beauti
ful thing that had over been seen, and
that It was worth more than all (tip
wealth of tho kingdom: but tho king
said, "Ono feather Is of no uso to nio, I
must and will havo tho wholo bird."
Then tho gardener's eldest son set out
to find this goldon bird, and thought to
find it very easily; and when ho had
pono buta littlo way,lioeatno to a wood
and by thosldq of ,tho Wjiod ho saw a fox
sitting. Tho lad was fond of u little
sporting, so ho took his bow and made
ready toshootatlt. Then Mr. Reynard,
who saw what he was .about, and did
not like the thoughts of being shot at',
cried out, "Softly, softly I do not shoot
me, 1 can glvo ypu. good icoun&ei. i
know what your busluess is, and that
you want tp ftnd tho goldeu bird. Yoit
win reacu u vmugo in mo evening, am
when you get thero you will sco t'wi
Jnnsj built ono on each sido of tho streei
Tho rightrhand .ono is very plcasan
and beautiful to look at, but go not in
there. Heat for tho night In tho other;
though it may seem to you very poor
and mean." ."JjYhat.cau such a beast
as this knowabout thomattcr?'! though
tho silly lad lo hiinscif. .So 'ho shot his
arrow at tho fox but ho missed it, anil
it only laughed at hire, set up Its taij
above its back, and ran into tho wootU
Tho young man went.hla way. and lu
tho evening came to tho vyisga where
tne two inns were. In, tye right-hand
ono were people sjtigl and 'dancing,
and feasting bii tfro, other looked very
"Sci .'Vi vwr. j. buoiuu do very Bit-1
W said lie, "if I went to that shabby
kWW, and. left this charming place;"
so Ijq wont Into, thosirmrt liouso.and nip
and drank at his ease; and thero. ho stay'
d, and forgot the bird, and his, country
Tiuio passed 'on, and as tho eldest son
did not cor0 hack( ana uo tiding were
heard oflilm, tlio second sow set ouL
'.'.i tho Ramo. thing happened to him.
Ho met with tho fox sitting by the road,
Bide, who gavo him tho same good ad
vico as he had given his brother; hut
when ho camo to the two inns.his eldest
..brother was standing at tho wlwjov
whero tho merry-making was, and call
ed to him to come in; and ho could not
withstand the temptation, but went in,
joined the merry-making, and there
forgot tho golden bird and his vonntry
in tho Mime, manner.
Time passed ou agaln.and the young
est son too wished to set out into tho
wido world, to seek for tho golden bird;
but his father would not listen to him
for a long while, for he was very fond
of Iris mii, and was air.. id that some Ill
luck might happen to hlii) nlt,o,amVhln-
der hts coming back. However, nt last
lt wasngrecd liohhmihi go; lor, lujtell
tho truth, ho would not rest at homo.
As ho camo to (ho wood ho met tho fox
who gavo lilm tho' tamo good counsel
tnatliohad given the other brothers.
Hut ho was thankful to the fox, nnil did
, notjShoot at him, as his brothers had
done.' Then tno fox said, "Sit upon my
tall, and you will travel faster." So ho
sat down; and the fox began to run,
and away they went over stock nnd
atone, so quickly that their hair wills
tied In tho wind.
W'hen they camo to tho village, the
young man was wiso enough to follow
tho fox's counsel, and, without looting
about him, went straight to tho shabby
inn, aim rcsicu mere an night ut tIs
easq, In tho morning eamc tho fox
again, and met him as ho wa3 begin
.ning his Journey, and said, "O , stroght
forward till you como to a castle, before
which Ho a whplo troop of soUIIetB fast
asleep and snoring; take no notlco 'or
them', but go into th"e castle, and pa.s
on and on till you como to a room whero
tho golden bird sits in n wooden cago;
clofo by it Htands a beautiful golden
cage; but do not try to tako tho bird nut'
of tho shabby cago and put It into tho
haudsomo ono, otherwise you will bo
Borry for it." Then the fox stretched out
his brush again, and tho young man tat
himself (lown.and away they went oyer
stock and stone, till their hair whlstlod
In tho wind.
lleforo thocastlogatoall was as tho
' fox had Mild; so tho lad weut In, and
found the chamber, where the golden
mm nung in n wooucn cage, itciow
stood tlio golden cage; and tho threo
golden apple.--, that had been last, wcro
lying cloiuhy Its side. Then ho thought
la hlmself.ttlt will bo a very droll thine
: to bring away such a flna bird ' in 'this
shabby cage;" so ho opened tho dcor
and took hold of the bird, and put it in
to tho gulden cage, Iiut it set up1 nt
' wicu Mich a loud H'i'Cam, .that al the
hdldlers awoke; and liey took him prls
uiier, and carried him beforo the king.
Tho next morning tho court wit to
Judgu him; and when all was heard, it
doomed mm iu tno, uuius.s no should
bring tho goldeu horso, that could run
rs fast as tho wind, If ho did this ho
was to havo tho golden bird given him
So ho set out onco morooii his Journey
sighing in great ucsiiair: when, on a
sudden, lie met Ills good friend the fox
taking his uiornlng't walk. "Heyday,
young geutleinanl" said Iloynard; "you
sto now what has happened from your
uot listening to my advlco. I will still
howover, tell you how you may llnd
tho golden horse', If you will but do us I
would make nioro clean money to ills
pn?o of one half their latid.nrill yirU
tho remainder thoroughly, than they
now mako by going over such n large
I .IM. tlltll f ... 111
Hirudin, mm largo larius can do eiuii
vated with hioro net profit to tho pro
prietor than ' Bumll ones, by proper
management. Yet arcordliig lo thi
present system of management, Hiimll
farms do return tho most profit. ' ;
The' reason of this Is, Unit it farmer
with only a small mtmbvT of acres is
iiidio npt to ttll heller, manuro morp
bountifully, and perform every opera
tion more thoroughly than if ho wcro
required to work double tho number ol
acres. If a farmer, for Example, work
twenty acres, ho must necessarily koop
a good team, anil uncomplete an assort
ment ,of tools and farm implomcnts as
If ho wcro cultivating fifty acres. A
good team will usually perform all tho
labor on llrty acres and rcqulro very
liltto morn euro and feed than If they
perform only tho laborofn twenty-acre
farm. Taking this view of tho subject,
it will bo perceived that It costs com
paratively moro lo carry on a small
farm than a lnrgoone. Hut the chief
argument against largo farmers Is,:that
farmers nro llablo to work over a great
bieadlh of land without doing every
part of tho cultivation thoroughly.
Tho. man with n small farm will make
moro manuro In comparison to his
neighbor who cultivates twlco as much
land as himself. For tills reason tho
farmer who has tho greatest breadth of
cultlvatablo acres will not usually ralso
as bountiful crop3 as if ho tilled only
half of tho amount of land. A thor
ough going farmer may cultivato fifty
acres wltii as satisfaclory proflt.ocro for
acre, as ho can till twenty, if ho manage
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS,
IV. W. SAMPLE CO.,
Cornor of Moln Street and L. & B. Iiail Iiond,
t St A. H
BLOOM3BTJBQ, "EVf- y IV U
Tho nmlfrelirnra would riwpetftilly announce
to the publlo that ho Iim opened a
FinaT-CLABB CONFECTIONEIIY RTOUK.
in ihnhnilillnirlMolroMnpK'duy Pox & mu
iliirA hn la nrpnftrcilto rumlHh 111! ItlntlA Of
, w . - ;
MAOlliNISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUND E R S ; '''vnuSNDira.13'
DLA0KSM1T1IS AND UOlLElt MAKERS.
MANUPAOtTUHERS -OF1 ' '
STEAM ENGINES & WATER WHEELS; j
Gi:i:uAii ai.iciiiAfn work am itr.i'.vins.
MILL (llUUINO, DIIAFTINO, TULLEYH, HANQKtW, HEAD DLdCKS,
MILL C3-E A-DRHSTO- OP ALL .KHSTIDSj
OASTINOH 1'Olt FUItNACKS
F011EI0N & IJOMESTIO E11U1TH,
NUTH, llAINtNS, &(!., 40., AC.
WII0I.K9AI.IS OK nKTAIIj.
In ihorl. n ftill iwoilmcni or mi roou in
ti in lino nf liualncu. A erwit varieiy 01
DOLLS, TOYS, Ac,
suitable for tho HollJnys. rartlculnr attention
11 HEAD AND 0AKE8,
of all kinds, fresh every day.
OH It 1ST MAS OANDIEK,
A Mil Is solicited, and satisfaction win w
NOV. 22, 1SC7. ECKIIAKT J AlAJim.
AIBO OAK WHEELS yVNU AXLUS
AWD GENEUAL MINING CASTINGS.
BRASS CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS,
AND I1AB11IT MRTAIi
BELPIEIiD'S OEIjEDUATED QLOUE VALVES,
STOP COCKS, i
, CHECK VALVES, . . ' ' '
' ' AIIl' COCKS, ' .
OIL CUPS, , ,
SXBAIUC OUAOES, CTEATO nrD AKTD riTTINOS
CONSTANTLY OlST HATsTIJ.
Agents and solo Manufacturers of Hall's Patent Doublo
Discliarg-o Turbine Wheels.
BLACKSMITH 1 1ST O-.
The Fahmeii's Shop. Every turn
er should havo n shop fitted up frith
such tools as aro used by tho carpenter,
Joiner, machinist nnd blacksmith, or
with thoso that would bo valuable In
making ropulrs. Abovo nil, wo consid
er utjooil font latlio very desirable. It
would bo impossible, within tho limits
of n nowiipnper articlo to moroly notlco
tho ndvuutagos of this, machine nnd Its
varied uses. A goad foot lathe costs
from sixty to ono hundred dollars, mid
tho money Is well oxpeuded lu tho pur
chase. Arliclw of uso nnd ornament
made of wood ami Ivory nnd metal,
may bo turned out by tho foot lathe con-
voaloui lor uso in tho'houso or on tho,
ftkrm. tlio practice on tlio latho is, ono
of tho jnobt fascinating pastimes, for a
'litormy day or un unemployed evening.
Apart from its uso in raakini; nnd re
pairing, it is a pleasant companion for
tho business haunted mid brain weary.
Ono who adopts it as a companion of
Ills leisure hours will soon become nn
adept,and tho moro ho usc3 and becomes
acquainted with it tho better ho will
liko It. Ho will bo surprised at tho
number and clegaueo of the littlo, nrtl
eles of uso and ornament ho can produce
from tho rough material, tvnd at tho
pleasure that tho practlco of a mechan
ical art can, afford.
HEAVY OH LIGHT FOItaiNOS,
AGENTS FOR Sl-IIVE'S GOVERNOR,
AOKNOWLEDCIED TO UE THE RIMI-LEST AND IHST IN THE WORLD.
"HEAMEItS, TAPS AND DIES,
MADE TO OUDEH.
HOLTS AND NUTS OF ALL SIZES.
OUDEHS FOR, U1UDGE DOLTS AND I HONS SOLICITED,
AND ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FUItNISHEl)
OF THE LATEST IMPROVED PATTERN.
A SPECIALTY. - .
Buckeye Reapers Repaired,
'i . .
AND ALL EXTRA PARTS KURNIHIIED. - ;
MAJJUFAGTUREItS AND PBOPRIETORS OF '
HORTON'S PATENT HAY : RAKE. . .
ALL ORDERS EXECUTED WITH PBOMPTNESS
AND SATISFACTION CIIVEN
OP. MONEY REFUNDED,
Hints on Horse-Flesh. As flvo
years aro required for tho completion of
tho bono structure of the horse, it Is im
portant that ho bo carefully used until
that ago. If ho Is early over) aoKcd.tho
ligaments which, unite his on a hundred
and thirty bones nro prevented from bo
comtng sutllclontly llxed to tho frame,
and ho is dwarfed, and wears out or
dies long before reaching tlio, full twen
ty-five years which should bo tho aver-
ago duration of his life nnd vigor. Tlio
muscles of n fine horso ought to bo thick
nnd very long; tliickncas ensures
strength nnd length an extended sweep
Propoily constructed harness is an es
sential to tho comfort of a horso as easy
clothes aro necessary to tho comfort of
a man. If hiirupxs is not well fitted o
tho form, tho veins nro compressed, cir
culation is retarded and diseaso ensues.
When in motion, tlio horso regulates
ins centre of gravity by using his licnd
and neck. Tho check rein Is therefore
Inhuman and injurious.
If a horso Is compelled to run when
his head U held in a vertical position,
tho gravity is thrown too far back, and
lie advances with difficulty. Tho cars
may to culled indices of a horse's mind
Jutellisont animals prick up their cars
when spoken to, vicious ones throw
their ears back. A blind horso directs
ono car forward and ono backward, and
In a deaf horso the ears aro without ox
Tlio ears of tho best horses aro short
and wldonpart; tlio eyes aro well open,
and tho forulu-nd is broad, A broad
forehead indicates good brain. Tlio
Arab tnys: "Tho horso must lmvo tlio
flat forehead and thu courage of n bull."
Tho horso treathes by his noso nnd not
hy hla mouth, hence tlio nostrils should
ho hrge,so tho free air may bo taken in
freely. Dealers enlargotho nostrlls.of
their horees by artificial mcans.Tho
moutu oi a young noreo is rounu; in
i. i. . -1 . i i
ugu ii uui:ujiiur.liHriuw uuu uiuilgiliuil.
Tho Arab says, speaking of his horse:
"Tho first seven years aro for my young
brother, tlio next seven for myself, and
the last for my enemy,"
A horso has only ono Jugular vein, a
man lias only three. Tho wltliors can
never bo too high. Tlio higher they aro
tho cosier tho animal travels. Tlio
loins should bo short, tlio chest sqtmro
and tlio shoulders well dovcldped. Tlio
veterinary surgeon wha said, "No foot, nq
horso," was perfectly correct. Tlio hoof
Is a curium and complicated median
lam ; an elnitlu buxk which expands and
contracts its thu horso raises or puts
down tho foot. Shooing should hu done
with caro aiu'.silll.or tlio natural form
of tlio hoof is- destroyed. Above nil so
nobio an ualmal should bo treated with
tho grccJvst kindness, nod no pains
should, V) snared to mako his bonds, us
easy t w.iiir.iw may be.iJc. Lrmcioter.
The sooth of tlio willow begin to
sprout within VI hours after falling to
tho ground. Those of clover, wheat
and other grains gerinlnnto In threo to
flvo days. Tho fruits of tho walnut
pi no and larch, Ho four to six wccka,bo
foro sprouting, whilo tboseof souiospe
cles uf a-ili, beech mid maplo, aro said
not to germinate- before the expiration
of 11 to 2 years. Thobo sceU which nro
starchy and thin skinned gormlnato
most readily; thu oily socdi nro moro
slow, whilo thoso envolved in thorny
envelopes require tho longest tliuo to
ThaantAcrlber.nsentofllio Lowlbbure Clotli-
ao.ooo rouNi op wool in excii anoe
for all kinds of eloth, casstmers, satinets, and
all kind of llannelsnnd blanfeeU.
Ho la also urenarea louorou canuncana inn-
lug, coloring nnd clotlk dressing In tho best man
ner. Address ...,.
Junel8,'(0-3m Oraugovlllc, Pa.
CIIAllTElt OAK LIFE insurance
Mr. E, W. Sweeny agent for Columbia and Lli-
rcrno Counties. Dear Sir.
I bike nleofiuro In acknowledclnctliorccclntol
live thousand dollars from your company, beluc
for tho Insurance on tho life of my husband
Calvin II. Kclfenydcr, and take this occasion ot
recommending the CHARTER OAK LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, for its promptitude and
i.ur ueaiing. 'jniscoinpanymaKcsnoueuuciioii
ot 0UTH1ANUINO i'HEMIUM NOTES, but
raiiccis aim riiurns lut'iu iu mu iiiKuit-u.
liATE 1. UEiraNYDEn.
Catnwlssa, Pa. Apr. 21th 110).
InsuraiH-o t-uu Iwcllecled with
It. W.H WEENY, Agent,
At Catawlsba ur lUooiusbui,
HT AMMOTII OrtOCEUY.
J. 41. IIAI z.i:
MAIN ANP IIIOK STKEET, IlLOOJISUUIlfl l'A,
TheLargestnnd Best Btoclt of Groceries aud
Provisions In tho tJonnty,
A splendid lot of Hams, Bldo-meat and Khonl-
ders, Teas Coffees and Spices. Foreign and Do-
mestlo Frnlts a specialty., a largo lot of
PliUI T J A It S
on hand of tho best patterns.
GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PA11T OK THE
TDOWDER KEGS AND LUMBER.
W. M. MUHllUU X LU,
and dealers In all kinds of
glvo uotico that they are prepared to accomodate
tholr custom with dispatch, and on the cheapest
II. C. 1I0WER, DENTIST,
Iteinectfully oilers his professional services to
mu luuteH uuu euniiemen oi iiioonisuiirK uuu vi
cinity. Ho Is nrenared to attend to all tno vari
nus operations In the lino of his profession, and
Is provided with the latest Improved Pouceuun
i kkth which win ue inserteu on Roia piatlni
silver and rubber base to look as well nsflin nai
urai icein. Teem exiracieu by an tno new ana
most approved methods, and all operations on
tho teetu careful Iv and nronerlv atLfmlcul tn.
Residence and olhce a few doors above lho
l,ouri Jioufce. i.ame sine.
LOU It AND FEED.
I he nnileralfrneil llinnunil fur n.tt inntmittifn
bi ts to anuouco to his friends and In tlio publlo
N E W M I Jj It
Ireparcd lo do all kinds of Milling without delay
Arties from n distance can hnvo their grists
is now In complete ruunlni?order,and tliat liols
ground without delay, so as to tako them homo
mu kuino uuy, uuu us a rule nil worj urouifiu lo
tho mill can bo done in twenty-four hours. My
present nrrangmeuts are such as toprecludo tho
iicreshiiy oi niupping me mm on account or ice,
iwitu ur low waier.
THE BEST FAMILY FI.OUU.
ns w ell as the lower grades, aud all kinds i
CI10V AND FEED
kept on hand tn nnantltv. andforsnloat tho low.
est current rates. Uraln of all kinds purcluMI.
Liglil Blrect, Dec. VCS-tf. PETER 12T(
CHAIN II O It 8 E-1 O AV E It.
t Light Streot from
Tho subscriber hereby gives notice that ho hat
euurcnusea Llie old sluna
Win. hcuuyler, wliere lie Is now manufacturing
repurchased the old stani
W 11 E E li E It
V A T li N T
FALL AND WINTEH OOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
FALL AND WINTEH GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
HATS AND CAPS,
boots and snores,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
READY-MA OB CLOTHING,
PAINTS AND OILH,
PAINTS AND OII.t
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS AND 0I1-H
PAINTS AND Oll.s;
HALT, M '
r i lit
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
GRAIN AND SEEDS,
GRAIN AND HEEDS,
IRON, TINWARE, &C.
QTOVKS AND TINWABE.
A. M. RUrERT
announces to Us friends and customers i that
Customer) can ho accomodated with
of all kluds, Blevcplpes, Tinware, and ovtry va
rlely of article found In a Btovo and Tinware Ls
i nn thomost rcasom
able terms. Kcralrlng 'one at the shortest notlco.
S3 DOZEN MILK.-?ANB
on hand for sale.
DRUGS & MEDICINES
TONATHAN HEISDElt'S TONIt
J oi -imtfii l.ns never failed to euro tho wors'
kind of DvsrcrslAt 1" th most nwcftl mV
IclHO fit illcovered for lho euro of Consump lo;
Dvineimln. Liver Complaint, Bronchitis, and al
D(.e..ra lho Throat, Cl,e st and Lung
Vmylkill Haven, Pa, and bf I)rngr
will convlncoany pne'wno
No family siiouiii
A Co. Be!
ion pCTIiiifiKO tub ia..
EW STOVE AND TIM SHOP.
. v AnnnnlTtt MlLLElt
ON MAIN BTHieet i "
undersigned has JnstfltW up and opened
Tim t-i.niitstlon tlds ex
cellent mcdlclno cajoys.
Is derived from Its cures,
many of which aro Iru
cases or scrofulous dis
ease, where the fyslcm
teemed saturnted "n Itli
corruption, havo been
purlOcd and cured uy It.
y nnpnn.i i,v iim Rprorii.
tons contamination until
orrntTV A Nil TfN SHOP,
i... where he Is prepared to mako up th(,TWeT0 pnlnfully affllctlnir, Imro been rnillcjl ly
R wAMo fnll kinds "a his line, and do rcj uch .Treat numbers In almost erciy tcc
n wUh ncatnUs and dlsratch, upon the ff7ne Couatry,that lho public scarcely need to
uk".."- ' ..A tl nnaicu. ui'ui. ."v
. ..li niirnhascrs. enemies tiv: ""N" "v;.Vii..;nStiih,iion.
"IlKiWi'JSr ffe 1. n R0, mec-haulc. and -ffi,Do enfecb Warn1
.,"i:?.il.,,,rfi,nrubllepatronage, i, hniiteicltinuasiispiolonofitsprocnco. Agnin,
llloomsbnrg, April M, 1867.
J. R. Bkltzcu
t. ' .
tmnn if. Smith.
Q III I T II & IS E D T Z IS li,
Imioi tors nnd Dealers lu Fort Ign and Domcslio
Into ono or other
in tlio latter, tuber.
tie" may be suddenly deposited In the lungs or
hcait, or tumors formed In lho liter, ,r '''l'
lis presence uy w - " ,r " , ,.r.
LsIIIa thl ftili-MitlHII'Uht I ill
visible, even lien no acta on inplouis of dlwn'e
appear, persons amiricu w u" i.- y
.Sore j:rt, and oihtr citiMlons ;r
II A It I) W A It E,
GUNS, CUTLERY, AC,
, 109 N. THIRD SrilCKT, All.CALlOWIIII.b,
Nov. S2, C7-tf.
lar and nervous fjsicui-. , , .,..
NHIillll I or I curl Till mi,j.tn,t " ,,
aro emeu bylt,theuRh a lonirlraioH required lor I
subduing Uicr c obtlliinte niiiladles bj an)-im -But
lonj continued nro rf mis mcftij lac ! ' f
lho connilaint. Ltmmrliaa or II hllii, I Iflliif
monly soou icllevcd and ullimnlcly eureil i' IN
purlljlng and Intlgomllng t'pt. J unite lniee.
Inn" for each Clie are found In our A minnr. sup.
i.llml mills. Hlmimnthm and (lout, idi
EW STOVH AND TIN SHOP.
. ..... ..""i'Vi
. -tlio subscriber hs i. .. -":
his Htoreln Catawlssi i..'.'i?'oCi,brM
much Hhtuniui, and iiowY&SSltH
i;uMn,mK STOCK Or t. i
arworlcs and ksneral m..-.. '3HJ
.luniiiy ami vnricly wui .wk . i
in thoconnlry. i.:"PrUlts1
hp JUNG OOmnMri
which he will dlsposo of r .. ll'Vtl
iluce. . Among hli Vrt "aiS.ti VI
tno latest nnd best patleri TV ( .
' - IIARDU'lnn
. . , i. CEDAnWAIti:
DRUGS, OILS, 0WE1
paints. r ab
HATS & CAPS. I!.inTo,,lil
nnd, in rac n complete llnenf
to his business. As ho buys,
lower tlian mostdenlem nL VijT.tn"
"(iniCK SALES AMD SKll..1
COAI. OF ALT. iffji
Consfnully on hand and In.
markot rales. ""IlYZl
MORO PHILLU'S rri(m.relrM
Especial attention paid tothrt,wM BEl
ing material, Cutlery, MectanSiiin J
Ilnnlwnrn of all ItlnilJ )V;irJ,t',0,1
builders nndothers ls request, J Vv
O II A I N PUUCHi!lryvl
A fair sharp ol public cullloB,," ' 'I
mi uuuii inn uu omuieu togiTeeJ I
ipr. iivij'tiiu (l.
Main Street ono door abovo E. McndcuunU'i
A largo iissuiiniL-iit ui emu-., j.v.,,.-.
Ilnnges constantly on hand, and lor' sale at tho
lowest rates. . . . ,
Tinning inall Us branches carefully attend!
m,.l .nl(.rn.tln Pllfirniltr Pll.
Tin work of all kinds wholesale nnd retail. A
trial ls requested.
rTUIE NEW HAItDWAltE STOBE.
I NE PLUS ULTRA.
Having enlarged onr Storo Room and Just 1
OPENED A NEW SUPPLY,
directly from tho Manufacturers, purchased for I
cash, on a declining raarkct,w oaro prcpalned to I
offer tho samo to
FAltMEKS, MECHANICS, BUILDERS.
and tlio rest of Mankind, n ccnernl stock, com
prising all lho kinds nnd qualities usually kept 1
In a city Hard Waro Storo, suitable to tlio wauls I
fir Hie rnuntv. nt imnstinllv low nrlces. I
iiiosowiiourcut'Kirjousui jiuri;iiai.iiig gumig
In our lino can savo Money by looking In at tho I
Now HarilwnroHlore. I
I'lcaso give us a can ami exainino our siocic Ac. i
ituisiArt iv wiiitui-jis,
Apr. 23.19-lyr Bloomsburg, Pa.
n. .i.n n,.n .1... r. nni Mm llilitjintr 1 iii.,n lull.
blood This AIKMIMff..l la gicat u
slorcr fur llie flicnglli and tljmr el llie Oflim.
Tliosotilio me .nii.fi.M aall l.t'llnt, ie;nn
.Idil.MiTlitMS.and lioublcil Mllli .yiions .I.
nrefiriisfous or I'mrs. nrany ...I li e aireptUiiis
PyinilUllllUUU Wl. t.rri.".-- -
iclicf and convincing itldmte r lb u- tnratlid
pott cruiton trill.
nr. "-i n r. i v. i
Dr. JT. '. AlEll . c:., i.unpii hisi :
rrartlcal omf Aunlulltnt I'll' ft- I I
SOLD BY ALL Dr.UMiHT KVI'L.V !n i.i
JglliUAItDS ! .BILLIARDS ! I
alcKELVY, NEAL & CO.'S,
MCKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
McKKLVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'S.
Northwest corner ot Main and Market Streets,
northwest corner or Main ana Market streets,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Streets,
Northwest earner of Main nnd Market Streets.
Northwest earner of Main aud Maiket Streets,
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAII.M,
IRON AND NAIIJSi
IRON AND NAILS,
IRON AND NAILS,
In darge quantities and at reduced iaU-H. alwuv
AT K ? GOAL Y A
I J. i The unuerslgncd rcKprclfully
In form tho
gHARPLKSS & 1IA11MAN,
EAGLE iOUNWIYAKI) MANVI'ACTUKINO hllOl
BTOVIiS fc PLOWS WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Till: CKLE1I HATED MONTROSE IRON 11KAM AND
TIIK 1IUTT0N 1VOOIIF.N 1IEAM PLOWS.
CiRtlncn mid Flroltrlckfor rernirlnirplt vRfovrs.
All kin Us' of llrass or Irou casting miulo to order 1
iijiuu hiiui t injure.
Illoomsbnrir. I'u. i'rnnrlctnrfl.
MAU111I.U H11UI" AMI! AGRICULTURAL
Tho undersigned deslrrs tn Inform Ills frlfnrls
and the publlo generally, that ho has rebuilt and
enlarged ins 1 oundry nnd Machlno Shop, and re-
movcu nu ins uusincssirom L,!gut trtel lo the
above named place, where In connection with
his Foundry ho will rontlnuo to manulnclure
Wheeler's Railway Chain Horeo-Power and
lnrcsucr, iimprovcu;, uarncil s I'uteul.
THRESHER AND CLEANER,
cither overshot for Tread-rower or undershot
with Lever-Power. He also manufactures to
.truer ami ins up ail ainus oi
Circular Saw Mandrels. Patent Kllilps r.,i Mnw
Mills, tho latest Improved lion Benin Pious of
uiuereut iiiuug tvooueu itcam plows, Double
1.UH1 i-iuwH, uuu 1'iiiw i onus oi every descrip
tion generally used throughout the county,
IRON KETTLES, BELLS
v.-iiui viiima. biuhs,oiwi UUU ClClgll 01CS, UIIU
In fact everything generally madelna country
! oundry. 'ilioso wishing to purchase Machines
would uo well lo examine his machines, and the
1 , , , 1 u luwer, ny wuicu al
...to. i-u Lkut, ji .uu i.iuuuu .a U1KC11 OU,
ALL MACHINES ARE WARRANTED
to glvo good tatlsticlion. and terms made to suit
l'uiciiii&ers. aii kiuus ci ccuntry prouiico taken
Iu exchnngo for Plows and cnsllugs.
Thankful to his friends and patrons for past
......... v..,.., run uimiuuu ill Kill I VI llieMllUC.
.om ii, D11.1.IAJI Bl.llUVl,i;i.
For resloring Cray Hair lo
ils natural Vilalily and Color.
A ilicssiiig which,
is nt uuci! (igrccablo,
liciillhv. mill cflcctunl
for lu'eicrvin;; lho '
hail'. Faded or'gMj
hfih is sopfi restored
to its original eolor
inVi the lots aud
icsuiesj of youth.
- Hun luur" is tluck-
cncil, fulling lmir vhcclttil, uuil Imlil
ncis nflon, thoiij-h not nlwnys, cured
ly its use. Nnlhinjj. enn rcloio llio
hair where tho follicle nro tlestroycil,
or tho "laiiiis ulioiiliioil nml decayed.
But Eiicli ns remain can ho mVcd for
usefulness by Ihis rriplicatioii. Instead
of fouling tho hair with a rasly sedi
ment, it will keen it clean hiul vigorous,
Its occasional mo will prexenl tlio lmir
from turning gray or falling oil', nnd
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious subsliiiiccs' which
mako somo preparations dangerous nud
injurious to tho hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but uot harm it. If wanted;
merely for a
nothing clso can lie found so dcsirali
Containing neither oil nor dye, it uoc1
not soil whilo cambric, nud yet lasts
long on tlio hair, giving it a ricli glossy!
lustro and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,, '
Practical and Analytical Chdmists,
LOWELL, MASS. j
piuoa $i.oo. i
Ercsli arrival of posltol
FALL" AND WINTER a"1
Invites attention to his stock of RY
CHEAP AND TABU IONAMI Jaiii
at ins storo on i
, . , , . ID,
.'uuu mii.-i.-v, ihuuuuin UOOYCtlitptf .
whero ho lias Just rocclted tmi
4-uiiaiicipiiia n mu assorlintntol
MEN AND BOYS' CLCItMai
lucludl.ng tho most faslilniH--
. , , DRESS GOODS, pis'
consisting of E2l
BOX, BACK, UOCO, GUM,4.vihI'K1
OATH ANII PlT(i f -1
of nil sorts, sizes and colon. H.i-it
Ished his alrendv larcrn Rtni-lmf
PAI.Ii AND WINTER Rtl AWIl I. I
B 1 1(1 1'il.lJ, i Hi U U4.1J, ACf, -
SHIRTS,' CRAVATS, Slwig
II1VNDKKRCIIIEI.-S, GLOVES, JJJJl
SUSPENDERS, AND riSn'l
lie nas constantly on hand limn
ectod assortment of
CLOTHS AND VE
which ho is prepared lo !natt!ir,-r
kind of clothing, on very slwrlM,'''
best manner. All his clothing b I
ana most ot it is ot nomo insniflj
. GOLD WATCHES ANDJI7I
of overy description, nno and clm
jewelry Is not surpassedllu thttiA.'J
oxumlno I1I9 general assortmtn :
CLOTHINO, WATCHES, JEHjH
TP YOU WANT GOOD M-J
BLACK BILK FOK MltaiJ
YOU WANT GOOD 1"S
31 LACK AND COLOUKDAUC
GO TO a J
citizens oi JUooiiiKliure nnd Columbia county
Co'h Furnacej with n good pair of llullulo HtnU-n
I that tlicy keep all the dlllercntnuinherH ofstovt)
coal ana Belecled Jump coal for Kmlthing mirpo
ses, on their wharf, adjoining M'Kelvy, Ueal A
WILLIAM II OILMOItK
Has opened a flno Billiard Saloon In Addition to
hlawfcll known It E8T A U II ANT. HohnHS tniilts
with nil the latest Improvements and In peifcct
IjAGEU BEEIl AND ALE
which the markbl tflords. OY8TE113 to bo had
nt all times when lu Reason, also lleef Tongue.
i iCHIt'U iripC VlULUli, IVU,
Tho public nro Invited to call, and are prom
Isetl fcatlhf.ictlou either lu Ullllarilnor refresh-
CIOAUS AND TOBACCO ' '
canuot be excelled.
Bloom&bure, Jan. 1,'CO.
on tho wharf, to welirh coal. liav. nntl Ktrnw
ILlkowlse a hoigennd vagon, to deliver coal to
thoso who dcslro It. As they purclmkan, larye
amount of conl.thry intend tokeep a buperlor ur-
1 1 11: if, uuu wii in 1110 vtjiy Kiwt'HL prict'H. I'lriio
ran nuu exiiminu ior yourselves neioro rurt nas-
THE Undersigned will take in ex
chnnso for Coal nnd Groceries, tho following
named articles Wheat, llye. Corn, Oats, rota
toes, Lnrd, Ilam.Blioulder.and side meat.Bntter,
EgKS Jlny, Lc.tat tho highest cnth prices, nt hih
Grocery Ktore, adjoining their coal yard,
, J. W. IIKSDEUSIIOT.
Bloomsburg Mar. 19,'CO-ly,
The uuderslgnod would respectfully nuuounce to
the citizens of Dloonubnri; and the public gene
rally tha ho ls running an
between this place nnd the different railroad de
pots dally (Sundays excepted), to connect with the
several trains going South and Weston the Cuta
wlssa and Willlamsport Railroad, and with thoso
colng North and South on the Lackawanna nnd
Ills Oraulbusscs are In good condition, commo
dious and comfortable, and charges reasonable.
l'ersons wishing to meet or see their friends do-
part, can be accomodated npon reasonable charga
by leaving timely notice at any of the hotels.
JACOB L QIRTON, l'roprlolor.
-QOJIESTIO ECONOMY I
A new, chf ap durablo, healthy, aud II
flooh coYEniNa 1
X substlluto for oilcloth at one-third tho cost.
nud ls prepared to furulfcb fanners with the most
reliable machines ever otlered t the pub He. Tho
Wheeler Machine Is no longer an exrlmeut as
It lias been In constant use for years and tho
yearly saleof this patent exceeds that trail oth
Worlc done at our shop U warranted for onr
year. Also, aaeut for Wheeler's Combined
Thresher nud Winnower.
r'or further particulars apply to or address
J. M. lll.'l.SlIII-:lt,
Light Htrcet, Columbia county, l'u.
Thjt carpet Is produced by npecnllarcoinblna
tloiNBbtrong. heavy paper, printed In ornnmen
tal colors, nnd coated with a lough, elastic, water
proof cnninel which receives tho water, protects
tho colors and paper endures washing, and ren
iters tlio carpet bright and beautiful In lho ex.
tkome, Its udvuntugea are ns fuliotva t
Its cost renders it available loallclasscs 1 It is
exceedingly smooth and glossy, audit accumu
lates next to no dust j It dues not require tn bo
fatten up nnd cleaned like other carpet, aud thus
saves much lalior and troubloi 4ly re-coatlng
with the Campllllon Knaincltorcaslocally as llie
cane may require, (which costs but n trltle,) it will
last IndotluMely, even on nge,and always appear
iiewniul bright : In Ils uso uo reliance whatever
Is placed upon llie paper for wcjir, but cxrluslvo
ly tiiion sho wnler-proof coaling, tho figured pa
per being used only to secure Cue colors, l'uiier
has receully been used for a variety of puniosis,
even for trunks, roofs, Hour bags and wuirlugap
pnrel.hul the llrst attempt, either in Euioiki ur
America, to convert It lulo carpet or floor cove.
Inir.all concodo It to bo an entire suectss I
Wo have purchased lho right for Columbia
county and ian furnish tho carpet to merchants
at manufacturers pilces,
-You are Invited to call apd examine tlio
goods at our storo. M'KELVY", NKAL& CO.
FOB NEAT AJD OUEAP
Call a Tlio Colnmblau Offlc, Illocmfbur ra
North America 800,000
International ....... 1,100,000
Merchants ,.. 331,000
Farmers' Danvlllo ....... SH,000
Albany City .. 1J0.000
Lancaster Clty;...T.T:.''.... . arO.OOQ
York Horse, Death & Theft .. w,ooo
Homo, New Haven . 1,000,000
Danville, Horso Theft
FREAS I1ROWN, ffenf,
malSC9-ly, BtoOMSllURO, l'A
M. C. SLOAN & nROTHEK
the successors of
WILLIAM BIXIAN & SUN
continue (Uo business of making
CARRIAGES, HUGO I EH,
and every style of
which tiioy have constantly on hand lo nut cus
tomers. Novcr using any material but tho best
and employing tho most experienced workmen
they hope to continue as heretofore to give entire
satisfaction to every customer. Au Inspection ol
their work, nnd of the reasonable price asked for
ho same, ls suro to insure a sale.
TO 11UILI)E1U),1IOU.SEHOLHER.S 4 TENANTS,
'lho undersigned would nnnouiico lo lho elll
tens of llloomsburg and vicinity that ho Is pro
pared to t-xecuto
0 UK.!:. H I 0 N, -AND O R N A M E N T A L
P A I N T I N a
lu ull Us branches.
1' A 1' E It IIAOINO
Carefully altcuded to.
Strict attention to business and good workman
ship It Is believed will inent afalr show of publlo
Shop mi Catharine Strict between Third and
Mttr.5,'0P.ly, WM. F, IIOOINE.
QEND ONE DOMjAH AND OUT
K? ' jetuni mail one of LORINQ'u DOIJ.AIt
JlpXl-H. M lho 1 chest Initial Frencli Note fa
per. All tho Ladles are in love wllh them,
ii7.,is AddreAs LOUINU, rubllsher,
n0-3a. liostou, Mais.
E It H
YOU WANT A XIQtj
TF YOU WANT A KIQ"
FAN FROM. lilKIulJ
CO 10 Cl-
TF YOU WANT A X1CI-
LUSTER LAWN OR JIOIIAIIttM
CO TO eta
T EHiail VALLEY AOniCULTU-
XJ HAL CHEMICAL AVORKS.
"BHEINia & HELFIUCir,
H O N E M A N U It E.
A coucentinttd mauureconiblnlHgthe reliable
fertilizing propertltsofllONE DUST or GROUND
BONE, with the ncllvo elcmcnU of PERUVIAN
GUANO, AMMONIACAL MATTER, AND
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME
NOTICE. Wo preparo but the ono nriifin
aaranleelng It as slandard, rc ftb?J ui ! i, ft
'J.?1.', , .?-.'?"" Fradea ?nd varfatlons In nt n 111 tn
, " . ull i measoi pines aro eenetollv firn.
ducedbydlirerent proportions of ailiil " ration
Farmers can save money by redniini ihU 'Si'Pft
sultillllerent Ideas of pikes aro
f;('l.'.e'n.hclvei. WoiiseonfyUtmoaud no i'hoi;
i.miiiuuiiaiiuior t nospnato of Lime. Bend for
'Farmers' Mmuirn tlnl.lo 'i v.rl,"v. -uu Jor
tuur's lato by """" al "urac.
A. J. Al.nEn.Tnnw tii.,
w J.J. ltOlllllNS A I a. IlloomkbuiL' l'n
Mar.l0,'0U.Cm. WALTER SCOn"cSawilsa ft.
fJIIE ESPY HOTEL.
ESl'Y, COLUMBIA COUNTV, l'A.
T?n 'llJf "'gued would Inform tho travelling
publlo Hint he has taken the abovonamcd cs all.
the perfect conveuleuco of his guests. 1 lis larder
will bo stocked Wllh lho best Upmarket ihmi
.1''?.;".01.'.t8l.1!1!"". wines nud cigars alwavs tii
ftPROPERTY AT PRIVATE SAI F
A?.1!S?"EATJ.IE,, 9,iAitTKns for nil kind. f
.'.V :0'.D.,1', Ncwanif Second-haiul L hS m.?
1 ihhu ui uiy coji, ' '
Wheel and Lend Team UarnL a.i i
Llsht nml Heavy liprSn. i? "nn.n WrrlLla.VC0'
unIhe(.argc-kt and best a,sorl!itCen"0l,&vo'eCveV
plkallon.r',e"CrliUve 1'"co free ,m np.
Smullmdersby Expicss. C.O D
MM UAI. UKiaicripN to whosaU mum
(formerly on Front tit. n.wi
J. la a
. -.,., vMviuiiiuBcm uy mull for II,
HE MAOIO COMU TEETH AIIF
I fWW''. A?"- Vo,Vt your haii
il'."; "'"".'t..""1' .Prouures a pel inaneni
AialldandngreeableTonlc Htlmnliint, Klonj.
nchlc and Cajmlnatlvo .
BUT E H 8 ,
Extracted entirely from Herbs aud Roots. High.
nnil Losof Anjiptitoi
and un cxcdlentComcllvofiirpeiMinssiim.ilng
fmm Dlsoriiersoflho Bowels, Flaliilcuce,,tc,
rpot, No. til MarkttSlreet, Philadelphia. '
J, K. TAYLOR i (X),
Tl.lo T. ..
IUonoSs' iVr fiSff. !J?f 2A.WfP.tto
illlons will, wlUclT tl neon X iV,," 1"..
uu ons win. ,i,i,? -."""ii u
humbuBL.e,r. i ft i-'r.itT"!''0 .'ve long
slandlug1 reward Si Vvm1""' 'Bood falilin
I cuniiot curl? 1 r " ,a" or ,!'a"'' H't
1 OR SALE 11V MOST DRUaglsTii EVERY
, , PweOnlv SOCbmts.,
i,.kJ'r?"rP'"lilstfor the UioieuY! but if h
, . 11 ""'e. UOU't bo nut oil' liVn,
ccpllug any m sernbla vnrio ii,, ,.! ...?.''
s (lute, bul enclose sixty Srits Tto ST
J:"nK0,wly bo sent you 1x1st paid, v
1 IiurrAbo, N, Y,
j Erf.ll HILLMYEIl?
tub Y- i:N RIE,
E. I. Htler. to who.,', all PcronVlndeMe'ds'M
C?1 fj A DAY.
A, J, FULLAM,
TF YOU WANT A
AND GOOD PA1R0FG13
other met ;
TW" E W F I It 31,
BILLMYER Si HBl
Tho subscribers respectfully al I
of tho business communlly Intel
ed on tho L. B. R, II. abovo the ri
M AJJU1' AOTUBl
StcamEnglnes, Boilers, Sa
Machinery, Shafting, I'uiiepi
They also mako all kinds of W
of lho mostapproved pnUenUBJ
Montroso Iron Beam rio',i
room and Work-shop STOVES.
full assortment of Flro brlcK,l
Stantlv on hand for renairlul'l
dlirerent sizes nnddeslgusort''
nro also prepared to rurnblittl
Axles for Willing purposes ana
castliiES. Iron and Brass cflsUtf I
scriptlonof Job work. AgriculWl
maue anil rennln.,1. l'arlicuuu
to lho ropairlns of all kuUi
parts on hand.
i.ooMsnuna normalsc1 I
BOARD OF INSTBrfll
HENRY CARVER, A.!
Professor of Intellectual and J!
ineory ana pracui-e -
... . . pml
auss sara 1 a. w "ijii
Professor of Auclcnt IJinpufl
.. . J.W. Ferrie,A.VI
iroii ssor or aiaiiieiuaui'
11.. ti n .Tnlin.
l'rofo sor of chemlkttf "
pny. iusi"'i -1
Teacher of Ker.grni
akki innt teacher oi ii" I
, t ur iiii""
'1 0 Miss Alice M.,fJJ
Teacher nf Musloou the pis'" I
... . Mrs- Jlnltlo I;,gfl
toaiuer vf Vcal,iiusio ami
Miss Julia M,ffl
.Thu FALL term will eolil?5l
and until our UiardluK hn. "Sil
cy.on application to theff lajji
bo furnished with hpmcs In WM
It Is better for students lorlSrj
pninnnriitn fnr. n wm-ii - i
hie they can enter at any ll"
March 20 lsua.
pviips.i pyarps fob!
llie nnderslgued begs lf,' ftf 11
iis sr mis piaco onu vic'""inii
to furnlsh.al short notice, on"-, 1
P. I'UMl'Bfor Wells uua Sjiftt
lit Hi. m,i,i,. n't.... urn RDTu
moro water In lets time and
any other pump In this pa'Ki
they cannot b.t,urscd fof fj
uess sua duraliiilly. fac" ) "or A I
ed to lierfuriu Its worU ' i,iii.Sj
Kiiuinan la agent for I oi t"
mall or oihtiwlso promptly. Ji.vSelJ