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KAUM Hlt'S COLUMN.
It 1'ayn to Koop Good Stock.
Wlillo tho writer wiw recently riding
In company w.ltli i well known sliifjo
proprietor, In tho eastern turt of Now
York State, tho latter pointed out n
lino farm lying in n fortlln valley, of
wlilch ho was proprietor.
"StnKO routes must bo prolltabto hero
nliout," wo remarked.
"I assuro you," was tho reply, "that
I havo never paid n dollar on llio farm
from my stago route. There," pointing
to a liitmhoiuc brood maro in tho (leld,
"Is where tho farm camo from."
Tho ntilmul, a "Ulack Itnwk." hnil
foaled eleven colts j seven of theso had
been sold for tho nggrcgato of $8,1(10,
nnd this had nearly elenred tho farm of
debt. Great caro bad been taken in
chclco of tho sire, and as tho stock bo
camo known, each colt brought a higher
price, until tho last ono sold, a few
weeks since, realized tho handsome llg
uro of $,1,000. So much for good blood
although it should bo added that tho
owner's personal attention was given to
each animal. II o would trust no other
hands to feed, groom, or twin them.
(Would ho havo done this with less val
uable stock'.') Tho sumo expenso for
feed and caro of ordinary colts might
havo brought, pay an uvcrago of $200
per colt SI , 100 la all ; showing a gain
of over $7,000 resulting from breeding
first class stock.
Similar examples can bo found In
every line of farm animals. A breeder
ofhwino in Pennsylvania has realized
it fortune, in a few years by keeping tho
best. Vermont sheep raisers havo found
$.-),)00 to $10,000 bucks prolltablo to buy;
a poultry fancier of our acquaintance
paid $;J00 for a siuglo trio of fowls, and
will make money by tho operation.
Wo do not advocato a mania for pay
ing enormous prices, but theso cxtremo
cases provo what every farmer should
feel that he cannot ntrord to breed in
ferior animals. Tho ratio of increaso in
profit Is far greater than tho outlay for
good stock. Tho few wido-awakc farm
ers who are taking advantage of this
fact have it all tho easier, because1 so
many of their brethren havo not yet
"faith in high farming. " a. E. Todd,
in tho "Church Union."
Tho Tomatoo Worm.
Wo do not beliovo pcoplo aro suffi
ciently alarmed about tho worm w hlch
lustseason, for tho first time, wo bellevo,
nuulo its nppcaranco on tomato vines.
A gentleman of this city ha3 within a
day or two discovered theso poisonous
insects In his garden. Wo copy tho fol
lowing from tho Utica Observer:
"Tomatoes in this vicinity aro ripen
ing daily, and pcoplo should bo on their
guard lest, In picking them, they should
bo poisoned by tho worms which Infest
tho vines of tho tomato plants. Thcro
has been considerable question of lato
as to the manner in which tho tomato
worm poisons persons, some believing
that it did so by means of a sting.whilo
others have asserted that it communi
cator) its poison to any object by squjrt-
Jng it. .Recent developments In Syriv
euso provo that tho last theory is tho
correct one. Thrco persons havo recent'
ly died In that city, of poison adminls-
tired by tomato worms, nnd tho mem
bers of tho medical profession thcro aro
much excited over this now enemy to
human existence. Dr. Fuller, of that
city, recently captured ono of theso
worms in his garden, and now has It
securely enclosed in a glass bottle. Ho
finds upon experimenting that It cats
and digests daily about twenty times it
own weight of tobacco nnd tomato
leaves. It eats constantly, only stop
ping to rest occasionally for a minuto or
two. Investigation shows that tho mat
ter ejected by this worm is as poisonous
as tho bite of a rattlesnake. It can
throw this poisonous matter a dlstanco
of ono or two feet. If any of this mat
ter falls upon tho skin of any person, it
immediately causes tho parts tp swell,
anil In a few hours death will put an
end to tho agonies of tho sufferer. Per
sons picking tomatoes should wear long
wriated gloves, nnd should In some
manner protect tho face, if necessary,
A very serious question arises in con
nectlon with tho destruction and deatli
caused by theso worms, and ono which
it is quite important should bo answer
cd so fully and clearly as toset all dotibst
nt rest. Tho question is as to whether
a tomato which has been partially de
voured by theso worms has not had suf
ficient poisonous matter left upon t to
poison tho ono who may cat it. Until
this question Is fully nnswercd, tho only
safo rulo to observo is to throw away
all tomatoes which havo been partly
eaten by theso worms, bo tho portion
which has been devoured over so small.
aiUNniNO IlAY FOK FEED. A WrI
ter in tho Maine Farmer says : For somo
timo past I havo been making observa
Hons and experiments in animals' food,
and obtaining what I beliovo to bo nn
Improvement, I tako tho liberty of com'
munlcatlng to your club tho results,
Qrass being tho natural food for live
stock, it Is easily and properly lnnstlca.
ted, nnd as a consequenco its nutritious
matter Is easily extracted. With hay,
however, tho caso is different; for, when
fed in sufficient quantities, tho animal,
especially if Its teeth havo becomo Uat
tencd by gi attempts to satisfy itself
ly selecting tho leaves and tender
branches. To obviate tills difficulty
and prevent wasto, cutting hay In short
lengtbshas to an extent beconiogeuenil,
nnd Is, no doubt, a step In tho right dl
rectlon. My belief Is that wo should go
still further, and grind the hay as wo
now grind oats ami corn. It is thought
that owlng to its glutinous nature, hay
could not bo reduced to a stato of meal,
or, If to reduced, tho cxpenfo attending
It would not Justify. To test this I eon
structed n cutter and crustier on now
principles, and tho result was beyond
my most sangulno expectations. Ten
tons a day ran bo ground with ono ina
ehlno, at n cost not to exceed ono dollar
per ton. Ground In this manner hay Is
not unllko ground oats, snvo In color,
Its weight being from 32 to 30 lbs. per
uutiii'i, iMixui wiui ciioppeii kcu,tucii
as corn or oais, it inauesa cnoap, excel
lent food. Thus wo ell'cet liy ino
chanlciil means what tho hard wnrklui?
or decrepit animal is incapable of doing
A oviT nt ono of our hotels, tho
other evening, was discovered by tho
iiroprlctor rullier 'tenderly embr;ieing
tho chambermaid, Tho landlord re
buked him fcomewhiit angrily, and
wanted to know tho rcw-ou of fcuch con
"fciiuply oboying tho rules of tho
uoum, "Mini wiegueBtdioinungioiiniru
tacked to tho room door, "Don't it read
'Any neglect of servants tdiould bo re
ported ui tho ofUcoV I do'l want to ho
reported nt tho olllco for nrglcrt of fer
vi'iils, do 1 V"
TUB YOtJiVO FOLKS.
In the midst of tho llnrlst forests
there is a high mountain, of which the
neighbors tell nil corts of stories; bow
tho goblins mid furies daneo on it by
night; nnd how tho old Emperor Red
beard holds his court there, and sits on
his marblo throne, with his long beard
sweeping on tho ground.
A great many years ago thcro lived
In n vlllago at the foot of this mountain
ono Karl Kntz. Now Karl was a goat
herd, and every morning hodrovohls
Hock to feed upon tho green spots that
are hero and thcro found on tho moun
tain's side. In tho evening', ho some
times thought It too lato to drive his
chnrgohomo; so ho used in such c.es
to shut it up in a spot amongst tho
woods, whoro tho old ruined walls of
somo castlo that had longago been do
sorted woro lcftstaiidlng,nnd wcro high
enough to form a fold, In wide! ho
could count his goats, and let them rest
for tho night. Ono evening ho found
that the prettiest goat of his flock had
vanished, soon after they were driven
into this fold. Ho searched everywhere
for it in vain; but, to his surprise and
delight, when ho counted his Hock In
tho morning, what should he see, tho
first of tho flock, but his lost goat!
Again and again the same strange thing
happened. At last bethought ho would
watch still moro narrowly; nnd, hav
ing looked carefully over tho walls, ho
found a narrow doorway, through which
it f-eemed that his favourite nuulo her
way. Karl followed, nnd found a path
leading downwards through a cleft in
tho rocks. Oil ho went, scrambling as
vell as ho could, down tho side of tho
rock, nnd nt last came to tho mouth of a
cave, where he lost sight of his goat.
Just then he saw that his faithful dog
was not with him. He whistled, but
no dog was there; and ho was therefore
forced to go into tho cavo and try to
find his goat by himself.
He groped his way for a while, and at
last camo to n placo whore a little light
found Its way in; and there ho wonder
ed not a llttlo to find bis goat, employ
ing itself very much at its ease in tho
cavern, in eating corn, which kept drop
ping from some placo over Its head. Ho
went up and looked about him, to seo
where all this com, that rattled about
his cars llko n hail-storm, could conio
from; but all overhead was dark, and
ho could find no cluo to this, strnngo
.At lasf, as ho stood listening, lie
thought ho heard tho neighing nnd
stamping of horses. Ho listened again;
it was plainly so ; nnd after a whilo ho
was sure that horses were feeding nbovo
him, and that the corn fell from their
mangers. What could theso horses be,
which were thus kept in tho clefts of
rocks, where none but tho goat'j foot
over trod ? There must bo people of somo
sort orotlierllyinghore; nnd who could
they bo? and was It safe to trust him
self in such company? Karl pondered
awhile; but his wonder only grow great
er ami greater, when on a sudden bo
hoard his own namo,"Knrl Katzfecho
through tho cavern. Ho turned round,
but could seo nothing. "Karl Katzl'i
again sounded sharply in bis ears ; and
soon out camo a llttlo dwarfish page,
with a highpeaked hat and a scarlet
cloak, from a dark corner at ono end of
Tho dwarf nodded.and beckoned him
lo follow. Karl thought ho should llko
to know a llttlo about who it was that
thus nought his company. He asked:
but tho dwarf shook his bead, answer
ing not a word, and again beckoned
him to follow. Ho did so; and winding
his way through ruins, ho soon heard
rolling overhead what sounded llko
peals of thunder, echoing among tho
rocks: the noUo grew louder and louder
as ho went on, and at last ho camo to a
court-yard surrounded by old ivy-grown
walls. Tho spot seemed to bu tho bos
om of a llttlo valley; abovo rose on
every hand high masses of rock; wide
brancliiiig trees throw their arms over
head, bo that nothing but a glimmering
twilight mado its way through; and
here, on tho cool smooth-shaven turf,
Karl saw twelvo strange old figures
amusing themselves very sedately with
a game of nine-pins.
Their dress did not seem altogether
strange to Karl, for in tho church of the
town whither he went every week to
market there was an old monument,
with figures of queer old knights upon
it, dressed In tho very samo fashion.
Not a word fell from any of their lips.
They moved about soberly and gravely,
each taking his turn at tho game; hut
tho oldest of them ordered Karl Kat z
by dumb signs, to busy himself In set
ting up tho pins as they knocked them
down. At first his knees trembled, as
ho linrdly dared snatch a stolen sidelong
glnnco nt tho long beards nnd old-fash-ioncd
dresses of tho worthy knights;
but ho soon saw that as each knight
played out his gamo ho went to his seat
and there took a hearty draught at a
ilagon, which tlto dwarf kept fllled.und
which sent up tho smell of tho richest
Llttlo by little Karl got bolder; and
at last ho plucked up his heart so far as
to beg tho dwarf, by signs, to let him,
too, toko Ills turn at tho flagon. Tho
dwurf gave it him with a gruvo bow,
and Karl thought ho never tasted any
thing half so good boforc. This gave
htm new strength for his work; nnd as
often ns ho flagged at all, ho turned to
thosaino kind friend for help in his
Which was tired first, ho or tho
knights, Karl nover could tell, or
whether the wine got tho better of ills
head: but what hu knew was, that sleep
at last overpowered him, nnd that when
hoiiwoko bo found himself stretched
out upon tho old spot within tho walls
whoro hu had folded his flock, and saw
that the bright sun was high up in the
heavens. Tho samo green turf was
spread beneath, ami thu same tottering
ivy-clad walls burrounded him, lie
rubbed his eyes and called his dog; but
neither dog nor goat was to bo seen;
and when ho looked about him again,
.tho grass seemed to ho longer under his
feet than It was yesterday; and trei
hung over Ills head, which lie bad eith
er never seen before, or had quite fur
gotten. Blinking ids head, and hardly
knowing whether hu was lit Ids right
mind, hu got up and stretched himself:
somehow or other ills Joints felt slitter
than thoy were, "It serves mo right,"
told he; "this comes of sleeping out of
ones own bed," Llttlp by llttlo ho rec
ollected his evening's sport, and licked
his Hps as hu thought of tho charming
wine hu had taken so much or. "Hut
who," thought he, "can (huso people bo
that come to this odd nlaco to nlav at
COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY,
COLUMBIA IRON WORKS,
moo. ocrronuw ihod.
IIP YOU -W-A-nXTT
NOTI O N K i
M. P. LUTZ.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
REAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
AT PETER UNT'H HTOHK,
IN LIGHT HTIIEF.T,
SIRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
THK subscriber has Just received ami has nu
linmt nt his oM stand In Light Hired, n large and
ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE
purchased nt the lowest figure, and which lio
dotermlnedtosetlon as modernto terms ns
be procured olsewliere In Light Street,
FOK CASH OR COUXT11Y PKODVCK.
Ills Ktock consists of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
choicest styles nnd Intent fashions.
HEADY MADE CLOTHING,
Cottonadca, Kentucky Jeans.
AC, A" AC.
Quocnswaro, Cclarwnre, Hardware, Medicines,
Dru;s, Oils, Paints, Ac.
BOOTS A SHOES, HATS &, CAPS
in short cvervthiuir usually kept In a conn'ry
storo. Thp patronage of his old friends li"" the
puuuc generally , . icn(itviiMu nu"".
The highest marUct price paid for country pro
duce. VEI&tt KMi
Light Street, Nov. 8 16tf7.
HIST CLASS GOODS.
Tho Mibscrlher has Just thoroughly restocked
his store. In Cntuwlsm, lately occupied by M'
Nlnch & Shuinnn, nnd now oilers for sale
A COMPLETE STOCK OK Dili- GOODS,
Groceries nnd general merchandise which for
ounllly and vnnely will compare, lavornbly Willi
uny In idu country. Ho lias a fresh nssort
which ho will dispose of for cash or country pro
duce. Among Ills liry Goods will bu found all
llio latol ami bent patterns of
I'AIN T M,
11 ATS A. ''APS, HOOTS & SHOES
ami, In lad, a complete lino of guisK Is longing
lo his buslines. Ah lie nil) h nml sells inr eaMl
lie enll nllnr.' lo lliep in prices as iimv ii ntn
lower limn must deateis. II is motto Is
"UIM1K Mi.l-S AMI hMAI.I. 1'IIOKIIS."
COAL OP ALL KINDS
Constantly on linnd and lor salo at tho lowest
Mono l'liiLLirs piiospiiati:,
lspecial attention paid to the selecllonol llulld
Ing iii.iterlnl. Cutlery, Mechanics' Tools, nnd
HarUwnieol all kinds, to which llio attention ot
builder. uudolheiH Is ieUesleU.
GllAIN P 11,11 CHASED.
A fulr sluirn nt nnltlie etlstlom Is lleslted mill
(no etlorts will bo omltKd to give entire sallslac-
JOSEPH 11. KNITTLF.
Apr. 10,00 lira Catawlssn, P.i.
J M P O it T A N T NOTIC E.
DRESS GOO I) S,
at Tin: NEW
STORE, HROWER'S BUILDING,
The i-plelidld looms of J. J. IIUOWEll, arc
completed nnd now open to the public Willi the
K I N E 8 T KTOCK
ever offered in liloomsburg. All the
NEW E S T STYLUS
of Dress aoods, Silks, Cloths, Cnsslmei-s, Linens,
of every fclylo anil for all prices,
A full lino of
, Oil Cloths In
SUP E R I O R
warranted puro nnd good,
GLASS AND QUKENSWARE,
In carefully assorted variety.
a io ves, hosier y,
J!OOI BKIItTH, CX)ItSKTH AND A C0M1I,ETK
Tho public nro earnestly
Invited to examine Uk-ho line K'mhIm, before jmr
clmhliitf elMitlKro fiml uro Kiinnuitccd fcatlsluo-
tlon. Nocxitnsuorlroubloliai. Uvn PpurcU to
Till! MOST COMPMCTK
i-ktnliliriliiuent In this net Ion or llio Btato.
j. j. imownit.
May 7,ClMf llloornhburtf I'h.
nNT INlEND AbTONISHlNO
AJ TllHW'UKMJ I'UMI'INU OIL, HUT VA TICK,
K A Y'S P U M V S,
UHIIU AM) ADMIIUU) JIY KVKUV ONK.
Fjtnecl.illv tho hull ph. l.olnii 'trulv the hulltn1
IrU'iul, worltlnj much ltituruinl i-ukUt Ihnn Ihn
oM trt'U) limp They don't maun Mich ii Mop nml
don't (ilUet mi niueh leonnmnd lUo Ihnir In Urn
winter, the wnti-r nut running xn Iouk idler ui Hitt
ing. llavliiK t alt tn thu ttl iiri'inlum at every
luir iney imvu neen uxunmeu: uuu reemiuiU'D
dedhyult liiKumnco ltiniaidcM, mi acenuntnl
ueUum out inure water in lt lluuinml with leh
labor, they throwing a hnrrel ut water a minute.
All wo jukUn trial, and wo are conlldent wo can
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
For rcslorinrj Gray Hair lo
ils nalural Vilalily and Color.
A iliesMiig uliicli
H n1 unci) agicealilo,
IkmIiIiv, niul fUcrtuul
liir pi'i"-(ir lug lliu
Imir. Fmhd or grtiy
Inn's it soon restored
In iV.i urtyimil color
tetlt the gloss and
fic-hness of youth.
Thin Imir Is thick-
ciii-il, falling liair ilieikcd, ami lmlil-Iti-n
nlluil. Ilmiili Hot alway.", cured
by it inc. iVutliiiu tan icstoio llio
haii1 vlici3 tlu follicle nro destroyed,
or the gland atrophied nnd decayed.
Rut such a remain can ho ncd for
usefulness by tins application. Instead
of fouling tho ha'r with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional uo " ill prevent llio Imir
from turning gray or fulling olf, mid
consequently prevent baldness. Preo
from tlio'o deleterious mhstniiccs which
mnko i-omo preparation ihingeioiis and
injurious to tho hair, tho Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing clso can bu found so dcsjr.'dy
Containing neither oil nor dye, it uoe
not toil whito lanibric, and yet laits
long on tho hair, gmug it n rich glossy
bistro ami a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co.,
PltACTICAI. AND AKAI.VTICAI. ClIMIlSTS,
tho purposes of a Lasativo
jv rerli ip3 n oiip ineili-
JJ cluo U . nniveiMilly io-
fy ipiiiu-l hy fveryhoily as
a c.illi.iin.jiur h.is ever
A iiny hol'me so univci'R.d-
1 nd)itctl .Int.i tiic. In
nil t-l.iM!4, as tliU inil'l
hut e indent nnriMlUc
rttl. Tho obvious lea
Mia 1?, that it U a nioiv re-
itlA rCmciiy than any
other. Thoao who h.ivu
tiiml it, know tlut It cured Ukmu: those who havo
not. know th it it rurtM theh neighbors nnd fi lends,
mid all know that wli.it it iloei once It does always
that It never 1'alU tlirou,;h any Dull or ncslector
in composition. Wo luo thousands upon thou-
uid n ccrtliKatc3 uf ttien rcinai kablc en res of tho
ft.llowliu eomplaiaU, hut Mich cures aro known In
c ery nei?Iiioi hood, and wo need not publish them.
Ad iiited to all acs ami conditions In nil ellmatc? ;
nuit dniiu' neither calomel or any deleterious druc,
Uwv may ho taken with safety hy nnyhixly. Xheir
t-u'.ir co itini piesercthem cverfre&h and makes
tln'in tleaaut to Lake, lillo bclns purely cgetablo
tin liai in c.in aiinc fi out their wta In any quantity.
They operalo liy their powerful Inlluenco on tho
inteiii.il viscera to purify the blood nnd stlmulato It
into healthy acllon remove tho obstructions of tho
htmn.ieh, boweh, liver, and other orpans of tho
body, rcitnrln? their irrofrular nctlon to health, and
hv loncetins:, uliercver they exist, Buch dcrangc
uicuH tu aro tlio ilrst oriKht of disease.
Minute directions aro given In tho wrapper on
tho box, for tho following complaints, which theso
rtlli i.iptdly cure:
For Ii NpeiKtl.k or ffiidi?ftlon, Untlrit
ne, jj.'msriior nnd Mt of Appettto, they
i-hould ho taken moderately to ttimulato tlio stom
ach anil restore Its heatthy tono nnd action.
l-'or fdri-r Coinilaint and its various nymp.
touis. Billion Ifi'iiitaclii', Mck Iltuidaclio,
Jutifiitlt'H or J re on McLnrsii, lllliuu
Colic and IIIIIoiiN JfcV'r, tliey should bo Ju
ilklously taken for each cac, to correct tho diseased
iii'lioii or temovo tho obstructions which cause It.
For llj-fti'iitorynr IHurrhoea, but ono mild
do-o i (rencrally lequired.
For 1lliiMiitmtUui,OMt, Ornrol, Ialpl
tatlon oT flit Heart, lain In tlin
llurU nnd Aiin they should bo continuously
t iken, as required, to change tho diseased nctlon of
llio fcystcin. With Eticlt chango thoso complaints
For lripjr nnd lrop4ca3 .Hn ellinirs they
thouM bo taken hi largo and frequent doses to pro
dut'c tho elTcct of a drastic purge.
For Miippri-xitliiii alarpodoao should bo taken
ns It produces tho dcsiml effect by sympathy.
As a Dinner I'ilt, tako ono or two J'ills to pro
mote digestion and relievo tho stomach.
An occasional doo stimulates tho stomach and
bowels into healthy nctlon, restores the appetite,
nnd invigorates tho system. Henro it Is often ad
tiuitageons whero no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, nllen finds ttmtadoso
of lhee J'ttt makes him leel deciiIMt) tietter, from
their cleansing and renovating effect on tho diges
., f, AYJin .C- CO., VrnctUnl Chemists,
X OW7:i;. MASS, U. S. A,
Again: Jt U moro blinple, It having no lower
uox luu'KtKi wiin tow mm mnow, nicii u mo
uruatest trotiblo lu Uwltve piiiiip. Another great
HilvantuL'Q is. 1 hat when you uit
j'ounronottimipellod tudiliik foru wholoyear
riTCH I'INi: OH I1LACK OAK WfKIt,
Our pump Ulng inadoof wild cucumber wood,
wiucu in irto innn tahie, uimi inmu longer in wa
ter. It bus 11U0 moiiv other ndvantaets. which
4'auonlr Ik) foutid out by 111111; them. Thev havo
U't'it lit 110 In too northern part of tho Htute for
tuenty yearn 1 Killing rapid ly v very where.
All orderN tltrougli tho ii?t olllco or kit at ItU
resldeueo Jlepburu stnet koutl) Hldu of the Jliu
lu, wilt bo promptly alio tided to, by
WlLidAUitpoKr. I'A, MuiuifHcliirer,
a. j, ruicorr
UATAW1S.-4A, I'A. Agenl,
Nn orders will bo received mi I on nddrcbued 10
Mr. K'uy or to Mr, i'lt-heutt tiUngeiif,
Nu W. SAMPLE & GO,
' Corner or Main Street and L. & B. Hail Uoud,
. tin if Tl11llO
MACHINISTS, IRON AND 1 liAoo ruuJNiin.o;
BLACKSMITHS AND BOILlilt MAKKUS.
STEAM ENGINES & WATER WHEELS,
j!:m:uai, JIIACIIIMl WORK AUD UIUMIIIS.
MIMi (inAUINd, BIIAFTINO, l'UM.KYH, HANCIKIIM, llliAl) 11I.OUKH,
saw hvexxjXj a-EA-nnsra- of all .kihstdS;
CASTINGS FOlt FUUNACKS
(!AU WltHlII.S AND AXU
AND UOIiTjINO JltliT.
AN-I) UHNI'.UAI. MININd UASTINOB.
BRASS CASTINGS OP ALL KINDS,
OA It HON l,
CO M I 'OS 1 1 1 0 N C A S 1 I N U H
AND IIADIHT JIKTAIi
HUliFIHIiD'H (JHIiHIUt.VTHI) (II.OI1M VAI.VIW,
A III COOKS,
STEAM OUAOE3, STEAM FIFE AMD FITTINOS
a03MST.JSTTI.-Y ON- HAND.
JOOK, KRi.D, AND LEAltN,
Urcat Slioshonccs Kcmcdy I
OK THIS CBI.EII1IATKII INDIAN
Dlt. LEWIS JOSIIKIMIUS,
nf tnuillitliifpilli('tl Trllioof Slioslinncci.C'oliira-
uii. , vi riiury in ni.w liir MUU III I tlu UUIOU.
'IhlHnll IHiKhrKMllli. LTcnt ritniilv. iciirrnnloil
niul lu liroail nml cnipliiitlc liliiKiinKe. wo ciiu
unli ly my, may Im rulloil ukiii tu iinku u pernia-
ueni. curu 111 till uisrusi'H 01 mo Tliroal. l.lUlL.
Llvei. Kllllll'VN. Dll'sLlvn Oririitiu. i'lp. Ah i-1I
uHsrrnriilu, iIih vnrlous Kklu iIIi-hivs, Huninr.,
ami alllmpniUyor IliBbloocl.exctptlns tlm tlilrd
.H'li" IM VIllMllllHIlll.
Ill Canada wlit-ru tills great remeily liai tieen
In uku for a Kliort tlnm It liau lndct'il cirt'cteil
Buino nf tho most uiarvclnua curt'n ever ri'cordeU
111 llio iinnalN iiflilhiorlcal mrdlciiip. Snclibelni:
llieriibti In addition to IIh funuc r ri'iioun in t'ol.
iiinlilaTi'rrliory wo defy humanity m uisniite
thefiict that tills llreat Minshoneix Uemt'ify la
tliorcinidy ofreincdli'H nftho lu-h Century, anil
thoureatcstljoou ever laid at tho altar of Miller
iimliumanlty. l'rlce of tho Heme ly In largo pints, 81,53.
Manufactured by Dr. Voiihb a llron., at Hyra
cumj, H. Y.
Kor halo by all dealers lu MeUlclclne.
JQhuooists wniTE tiiuboi-' the
QHEAT SIIOSIIONEES HEMEDY 1
(AMTIUCTS Of J.ETTEUS.)
Geneva, N. V Feb. 13th, 18(19.
l)u. louNO 4 into. I find my hule of your
valuahlo llemcdlcii greatly lncreanlni:, in fact
your (IreatHhoahoneeH ItemedyU KlvliiKlhobei,t
al i willRracllon,andilolni!lut us It la recommend
ed toiln, bcveral ImvlliBeveu eomo In to tell ino
how much they had been benefited from lu use,
1 liuvo hold out of It again, etc. etc.
WH.LAItl) N, HMITII.
Micrman, N. V.,Marcli, SJth, 1W.1.
Hu, iniiNd & lluo. I alarled your llreat Hhoi.
liouees Iteinedy by giving uway one boitlu tun
Miiitlriiieil Dyspeptic, 1 1 in rekuft Ims been ample.
ltgtvt-H unlverHul balUlacilou, mote tliaii uny
ntlier modli'lnewiiliavuliaitlu tliuhtorofnryiarH.
l'riim wliut I havo heeli or the Hlioiihoueea. 1 fiel
Justlued In reeiimnioiidliiu It. Hcud mu hlx iloz,
innw, It will feell lu three iiinutliN, etc.
Walertuwn, N. Y., Manh 15lh, WO.
im. Wiu.viiA lliui. YoiirMioshoiiica Itemody
la giving good nitlfactlon, ami bella belter llmu
any other new meillcluo wobuvo everuttemiited
to Intrmluee, an Monro nearly outor II, wnil ua
In luu.10 etc, II. I.hWIH Jt to.
Vil ff. Morgnn Kl t'lilrngn, III. Feb. Isth, lsi.
1HL. lOL'Nd it lluo, I bavoaolil over ten iloz, of
your llreat Hlimlmnei Iteinedy alreiuly lnud a
greatliuniberoflho Shml eea pllln.1 tglea
uulvcrfcal MillKlaciluu, 1 havo not heunl ouo to
wnom I havo wilil. but what M'aliof It In lliu
lui!licil ternia, niul m ouuiienil It to other and
ua I am nearly out of It, plcasu bend mu balfn
gruM moro at oui'O, eU!.,elc.
l'nco oriho Iteinedy In largo plnl,SI,i"i.
lliinuiaciiind by Hr, Young i Hiiw., nt Hire
cum', N, Y.
l or nale by all dialer In .Medicine,
E OONTINU K
ToMunularluro our well-known Manureii,Miiirr
nUoliuvu furKulo '
J' Ji Ji U
VIA Ar O U A N
No, 1 (lenulna Government,
Hh Oninn r.and riaterand llydmiillnlViiient
together Willi n i ipli'loiiksiirlmentnl Uurulng
iind(JiilngOlla,at lull-mai ltd mica,
Hiiper-riinsphaliiof lline, . . Ku iK-ranuilM,
Animoiiluled Keillll.cr, . il,i.
A DISCOUNT TO DKAI.KIW.
ISHuulli Delaware Avenue", rjinaSglplilA.
KHTAUI.ISIII:)! in 1SH.
Agents nnd solo Manufacturers of Hall's Fatcn Double
Discharge Turbine Wheels.
HEAVY OU I.I01IT FOIHHNOH,
AG33NTS FOlt SI-IIVK'S GOVKllNOU,
ACKNOWI.KIIOIU) TO 111: Till". BIMPMiST AND I11XT IN TIM', WOULD.
UEAMEItS, TAPS AND DIES,
MADE TO OltDICIl.
HOLTS AND NUTS OF ALL SIZES.
OltDEUS FOlt I1RIDOE IIOI-TS AND IKONS SOLICITED,
AND ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS .
OV THK I,ATKST IMI'IIOVEI) PATTKIINH.
Buckky b Reapers Reimiimh),
AND AM, r.XTItA l'AIll'S I'llltNIHIIKD.
MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OF
MORTON'S PATENT MAY itAKK.
ALL ORDERS EXECUTED WITH PROMPTNESS
AND SATISFACTION (II YEN
O It M O N F. Y 11 F. V U N I) F. D ,
For HiilobylhulllooiiifcbuiR Iron C'niiiimny.
Aug, I i.'tiu-yni
C It A I II O K S E -1 O W E It.
Tho subscriber hereby given notlco that linluu
rf-jiiiri'lmsed thoold slnnd at IJghl Street from
Win. Schuyler, whero ho Is uuw in.imir.ielurliiK
W II E E L E II P A T E N T ,
niul is picpnrol tnfuniMi f.irmers with tlio most
rt'imuiu iiiuciiiiieN ever oueicu v uiepuiiiic, i no
Wheeler Miiehino Is no longer an experiment m
It Iiiih been In constiuiL u-o for yenm mul tlio
yearly Mile of tlilMpnientexcieilNtlmt wf all oth
Work (tono ut our shop N wnrrnnti'd for ono
year. A Ino, am-nt for Wheelor'H (.'omblneil
Thresher ami Winnower.
For further partlcularK apply to or address
J. M. lUn.slllHK,
I.lht Street, Columbia county. Vn,
ltll!httO USO" ALLEN'S PATHS TANTI.T.A.
MINA" will lie ihstied on uiuilicutlou lo the un
suhk rur.VENTivn of kcai.i: in stkaji
Tho article will ho fiirnlshcil at Hix Doi.i.aim
per Can, or wo will hill rlghu to miilto and iino
the humu for
TKN DOLLA1W 1'Klt ANUM FOlt KACH
Tho niaterlalH for making tho " Antl-Ijimlua "
will ho Mipplled liy ua, If desired, at low price.
HlghlH forC'ouutteii, stalen or other TerrlUiry
for sole at fair rated,
ALLKN & NHEDLES,
Dealors In Ollx,
No. WHoutli Delawaro Ave nuo, I'lilladelphla.
Circular will lie bent on appllcallou,
C. M A R R
linveJUHt received from llio laslciii mnikutx n
largo unJ well selected htiH'U of
D It Y a O O D s ,
Host Munched &
All wool HunucW,
A good BtlK'lC of
Ijilest hlylcs a imtlern.
HpUva of nil kind,
UoihI hloek groceries,
S'imh1 a willow ware,
Flour A Chop,
AUo Kitchen Cryntal Hnap for cleaning Tlu,
llraiH.Ac. All good Mild cheap fur audi or pro
duce. Ho would call tho attention of buyer" to his
well ami rnrefully keiecled m.ortiuent which
comprise everything iikually kept In llio mini,
try, fetllug conlldent tlmt ho can kill them
gil at mieh price us will oimuru hatlr.iclloii.
Oct. l,XU-lf. t;,f, MAlllt.
to iiuii.dfiw, housi:iioi.di:iw atoanth.
The iitideiklguiil would uiiiiuuneu lu llio clll.
nensiif lllooniKliurg and Nlclnlly Unit Im I pio
II O Drt II, H 1 (1 N, AND O UN A M KNTAI,
lu all tlx brauche.
P A I' 15 It IIANQIN O
Cull fully utti n, lid to,
hli let iilleHlliiinobuiilneiianilgool workman,
klilpltln believed will incut u fulr khow of public
Hhop on Cuthatlno Hlrcet between T hird mid
HarJi.'UO-ly, yjf, f. UODINIi
WILLIAM II. OILMOUK
Ha opened a line llllliiird Kalmm lu iidilltlon to
his m il known HKsl'AUItANT. lie has.l tables
Willi all Hie latest iiiiprovemiul.snlid In perfect
order. Hu keep on hand Din best
LAUKK llUFK AND ALU
which the market afford. OYHTIIIW lo bo bad
ut all time when In M'Uhou, also lleef Tongue,
1'lckled tripe, clam, Ac, Ac.
The public are Invited to cull, nnd iuo prom
ised utMiii-tlon;elther lu hlllluulsor leliesh
CIOAltS AND TOI1ACCO
cannot bo excelled,
liloomsburg, Jan. 1,'CJ.
The undersigned would resioctfullynuuouuceto
theclllten of llloomshnrg and the publlo gene
rally thu ho I running an
between till placo itud the dlircrent railroad de
IHit dally (Sunday excepted), to connect with the
several train going Houtli uud Wet on the Cata.
wlssu and Wllllainsport llallroad, and with those
goiug North and South on the Lackawanna and
lIIOuinlhiiseHro In good condition, comma.
iiioun and comrortuhle, and charge reasonable,
I'ersous wlslilng lo meet or see their friends de.
part, can be accomodated upon reasonable charge
uy leaving timely notice at any of the hotels.
JACOB I. aillTON, Proprietor,
KKEMH AllltlVAI. OK
81'ItINd AND HUMMKK O0O11H.
Tlie subscriber ha lust returned from the cltle
with another large and select assortment of
Hl'HINO AliD BUMMER OOOIW,
piirchoncd In New York and Philadelphia at the
iwesingure.and whlcli ho Is determined to sell
on as moderate terms as can be procured else
wuere m uioomsuurg. Ills stock comprises
LADIES' DKESS 0001)8
of tho choicest styles aud latest fashions, together
with a largo :assorlment of Dry Uoods aud (Iro-
cerie, consisuug of thu following article
f I(mi HklrlM,
IllSllH llllll HIllM'S,
Hat and Caps
AND NoriONH UKN ItAI.I.Y.
lu abort, uerylliliig usuahy kept In country
stores, to which im Invite u, uHenllou of tho
punno generally. Tlio highest prlco will bo paid
for oouury produce lu exchange lor goods.
H. II, MII.I.KIl AriON.
Arcade Uulldiugs, liloomsburg, 1'u.
"yH HAVE ON HAND
T .NWAIIK A HOUHK FUUN1H1IINII UOODS,
At prices Unit cwi lint fall tu suit purchasers
. . HMITII HKO'H.
HepUJI.IiU-lf, Oiaugevllle, fa.
(IHAtMl II '..l,",
II IANMI OI'ENINll
DIIY (1O0 DM,
AND OA I'H,
AND OA I'H,
HEADY-MA DK CLOTIIINO,
HEADY-MA DE CI.OTHIPO,
PAINTS AND OII.S,
PAINTS AND. OHM,
PAINl'S AND OHM,
1'AIN'IS AND OILS,
PAINTS AND OHM,
110AHD OF INHTUUcrioj,
IIENItY CAUVEH, A. M.,,, 1
Professor of Intclleclual and m,,,,,, Ct
tneory inn priwtlcoof
Miss Harah A. Cnrver, VtMM.
Teacher of French, iinim,,, ''"Jin
Isaao O. Ilest. a t 1
Professor of An0,eti,1,,,,iM,1Etf
.1. W. Ferf,. ,. W
Professnv of Mathcinnllos. nn',j ' ;
Itev, I). P. Jolm, .
Piofo sorof c hemlsirv .'!
K. M. Itnln.
Tenclier nf Keogrnphy. history n,,,kly!
Aw.1 lunt teacher of iiialln.n',,,!!
MlR4 Allen f r.n..
, ...... . ,u PlIllllH,,,!.,, .
Mrs. Hnltln r.
'eaeher of Vocnl Muslonnd lustrum
Miss Julia M.lliiwi
Tenehirof model SrlinJ.
'Pli. CUT. turn. ...Ill -
ml until our boarding linll l r,. V
v n ni.tillniillnn I... i.-i. . . r
bu furnished with homes In pleiisiiifJl.
McKELVY, NEAI, 4 CO.'H,
McKELVY, NEAI, A CO.'H,
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'H.
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'H.
McKELVY, NEAL A CO.'H.
Northwest corner oi Main and Market St reils,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Htreeui,
Northwest corner of Main and Market Ht recta,
Northwest corner of Main ami Market Htieels.
NorlhwcNl corner of Main uud Market Street,
IRON AND NAHM,
IKON AND NAHM,
I HON AND NAHM,
IKON AND NAHM,
IKON AND NAHM,
In large quanlllhs and nt reduced rale, nlway
IRON, TINWARE, &.C.
- - - . . . - "II I 11 lln-.i 11
ling in inu icrui, nut when u,i, r
o I Lev can enter at auv 1 1 .. 'if,
J.UOVKR A HAKKIfN
rpHE NEW HARDWARE STOR1
I NE I'LUH ULTItA.
Having enlarged our Store Hoom and Just
OPENED A NEW SUPPLY,
dlrettly from Ihe MnuiifiielurerH, purehaseil fur
cash, on u declining in.-irkcl, w e are pri-pulus! lo
olh r the Hiiliu- lo
FARMERS, MECHANICS, HUILDERH.
andtherestof Mankind, a general slock, com
prising nil llio kinds and iilnlllb'N usually kept
In a city Hard Ware Slore, suitable to the wauls
of the coillily, at unusually low price.
All thosewhoariHleslrioiiKorpurt basing good
In our line can suwiMomy hj looking lu at Ihe
New Hardware Stole.
Please glie u no ill and evainluo our slock Ac,
HUN YAN .V WARDEN,
Apr. M.0!)-lyr lllooiusburg, Pa.
gTOVErf A N 1 ) TI N W A 1 IK .
A, M. RUPERT
anuouuecs to his friends and customer that
contluues the ulxive bust lies ut his old place on
MAIN HTREirr, ULOOMSIIUHO.
CusUimers cuu tie accomodated with
of all kinds, Stovepipes, Tinware, and every va
riety of article found lu a filovo and Tinware Es
tablishment lu Huiiltles, iiiHlon the most reason
able terms. Itepalrlugdoneutllieshortostnotlco.
25 DOZEN MILK-PANS
on hand for sale.
jEW STOVE AND TIN SHOP.
ON 2CAIN STREET, rlEARLY OPPOSITE HILLKK'
The undersigned has Just fitted up and opened
STOVE AND TIN SHOP,
n this place, where be I prepared to make up
uewTiN WAKKof all kinds lu Ids Hue, and do
repairing with neatness and dispatch, upon the
most reasonable terms, lie also keeps on baud
HTOVES OF VARIOUS PATTERNS A STYLUS,
which ho will sell upon terms to suit purchasers!
Olvehlinncall. Hut n goud mecliaulc, aud
deserving of the public putrouage.
Bloomsburg. April a. 1W. J AC0U M ETZ-
Jacoh K, Smith.
!. It. Hei.tzku
g M I T II & S E L T Z E R,
Iraportersand Doaler In Foreign and Domestic
II A It D W A It E,
OUNfl, CUTLERY, AC,
A U O II S
,''''' '!' V'1 Vjlrl.,I-lba ts. !m that K
; ' ' Iirlved of Uielr organic malier--ti,u
4T, IIHOADWAY, SUV VOI'.K
Cheslnnl Slrwl Plill.uli J
IM) I NTH o v i:xi i:i(mj
ltcauty nml rjfutklty of Hllch.
lVrffCtlon and Simplicity of M.wlur
Uhlnj; linth llircmlH tllroclly fromltf
No rustt'iilnK of ni-aiii hy h-uij m
Wltlo rano of niipllcalUm viw .
Tho (.nun lelalnn ItKlHiuilyninlCr
wnhhlnt; ami IrontiiK.
IU'Nhlr Kilolng all UlmNnf umkili
Hcwlim Madilncta, thcbo Miu)ilnu
most I ieaut I fill ami pennant nt Yjuk
3 -The Highest rreinhiiiiNiit alMIif
KxhlhltloiiH of tho Unlli.l Slain t; '.:
have heeii nwanluil llio (lm'i .iE.it
MnchlneH, nnd tho woik iloiu lit Uirin
exliltiltetl In competition.
l;r senls m ,1,'e uso",', K ' IV f WSS
1- liriilirw urn n.. ......i . i. .. . .
I K V E H
W IRE O L O T 11 ,
a A N V 1' A V T U 11 IS II II v
OS! Muilset HU. el, l'lilhulilphlii.
4-Tho vely hlghist pn . rtli
THE LEdlON OF HllNlili, -tlio
reptiseutatlvo ol tlie dioi. i ..I
Machines, at tho ExpiHltlon I nu"
1V17, thusnllesllngllieli' glest mi'
all olher Hewing Maeblues,
F 0 R H A 1. 1!
r. .a., id obaS?
Julio ri.'llD-ly 11
September and Oct. Pi
I. W. IIAKTMAN W
FOR HUMMER lll!ISt''"l'Sj1
l,ai DRKSS C()()l aT
l,00 DRESS (iOODS AT
aid. URICSH !()OlS AT '
2(ld. DKHKH (K)Ol'.i'u
THUMB CASH OR IltOI I
Wet, DRHRSUOOIW aT
Id ft. DRIW.S (MOW AT
aid. DRKS.S OOOIW AT
CARD TO TIIK hM
Mr. H, O. Collins wishes lo lii"fj!
lllooiiiuuilvlclullythath.' '''vjn p
do Dulles hnlr-worlc wllh n. at"'" v ,11
Ills worlt .ouslals of Hwllch.s. V ,
Curls. Ac., Luillea wishing a'O U1,1";,! i ft
llll , IIIU IM IUISII1.IW. .I"." HI "1
.ailing on mm hi in , ..i.iiirft1' .
llloik uptlulis. Cash uii .''."isH.i'r
H. C. t!v,1':. UnJ '. lo
N. ii,-uuiies liair cu"i" i.l1iii
me ut Uulr reBldunco If duslr.-u.'